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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD Saturday, Farmers and Ranchers European Tour Calgary Oct ZS 1974 Retun Nov 22 1974 Priced S149000 per person doubit. occupancy Airfare Accommodation Meals Many Extras For nformat on and book ng deta Is contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The Herald Sports lelhbridgsOffici Furniture Ltd. Lower Level 7th SI Shopping Mill Lethbridge, Albert! Phone (403) 328-7411 FILING Hill's putter is hot SI I I (A Mass I i) Hill s putter is acting a httk strange I in making the long ones and missing the makeable OIKS Hill said Fndav alter t iMng a two shot lead in the suond round ot the I'll sant Vallev goli tourna muit But I know what it is he ud On the long ones. I in just living to get in two I in lagging and some of (him ire going in On tht 15 looters the ones I should make pit i> beating mv brains out I in hokmg th it much the ucn t going in Hil1 dropped tour putts ot 20 tut )r moie and holed out a ard shot Irom the laiiwav tot an eagle two on hi- to a course matching 65 on the 7 119 aid lav out lorn plaving ibout tive minutes behinJ Hill aNo had a 75 and was ihmi in second at 136 six un du par and two behind Hill s Ic idmg total I plaved verv well slid Weisknpt who uidn t make a bogev and missed on'v om giccn I m ven satisfied with mv plav I m back in the t.olt tournament It is another two stroke to Jem Heard who put together live consecutive threes it one time but double bogevcd the 17th alter driving into the deep tough He finish cd with i 70 1 M fim W lechers and Srx id lollowed at 1 39 had a 67 and Snead m itc litd par 71 Southern Alberta Summer Games all set to go in Fort Macleod Disappoin ted Tom Weiskopf missed his putt on 18 Friday and is now one stroke back of leader Dave Hill Garibaldi group-turned down VhR (Pi The Bntish olumbia government tumid thumbs down on the Garibaldi bid tor the 1980 Winter Ohm pus (ittng high costs that distort the "ovetnments recreation pnonUes Resources Minister Bob Williams and Recreation MimsUr Jack Radtord told a n t. s conference that itlruting the Winter Games HOVEY ROOFING AWNINGS 10% OH Phone 327-5994 to the Garibaldi area would reouire provinc lal subsidies We see this js wrong in terms ot recreation priorities Mi Williams -.aid Sid Young chairman ot the Vancouver Garibaldi Ohm pic ommittee said the group would be disbanded and no bid tor the OKmpics would be made 1 he uH had tried earlier to attract the 1976 Winter Games that time with provin cial government support from the Social Credit ad ministration but were turned down bv the International Olvmpic Committee which awarded the Games to Denver The Colorado Citv STAMPEDE WRESTLING Exhibition Pavilion MONDAY, AUG. p.m. NORTH AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH BIG JOHN QUINN vs RAMIREZ MULUMMBA LANE PRINGLE vs IVEY SCHROEDER 5 Big Bouts Watch Stampede Wrestling on CJOC-TV latu backed out after voters in the state wouldn t agree to provide financing and the amcs were awarded to Innsbruc k I akc Placid Y and (hamonix Fiance have bid for the 1480 Winter Olvmpics The committee said that plavmg host to the winter festival wouldn t cost tax pavers but the {government disputed the figures The ministers said one high cost area would be the upgrading of the highway from Vancouver to Whistler Mountain about 80 miles north ot the citv where the committee planned to hold skiing events Hie government said bnnj. me that road up to standard to handle the expected volume o! traffic would cost from million to S100 million Mr Williams said past ex penences of other countries the Olvmpics were white elephants and suggested that perhaps it was limo the Games were held at the same sites rather than building new ones each time the competitions were held everv lout vears He also suggested more peo- ple m B would benefit if the province continued its already established scale of recreational priorities rather than taking money from other projec ts to pav for the Olym- pic s The work that s alreadv The largest and most spectacular participating event held in Southern Alberta during the summer months is all set to get its wheels in motion for another year Officials for the 1974 Southern Alberta Summer Games announced Friday that preparations for the 5th annual sports classic have been finalized The Games which will take place in the town of Fort Macleod as part of its Centennial celebrations Wtll get under way as scheduled Aug 7 10 inclusively Since its inception in 1970 the Games have stressed mass participation physical and social involvement for everyone regardless of age sex or ability This year s edition of the Games will not be an exception as one out of 40 (2 400) people living in Southern Alberta are expected to participatp in the Games finals Some 10000 athletes and officials have already been involved in the Games which concluded its regional playdowns recently In years past only nine representatives of zone 1 (Southern Alberta) as defined by the Alberta Department of Culture Youth and Recreation have taken part in the Games but this year s event will see the addition of two more zone representatives along with a county on a trial basis The Peigan Reserve and the Blood Reserve will represent their areas in the Games while the Countv of Vulcan will be included on a trial basis Other regions participating in the Games finals include M D of Willow Creek M D of Pincher Creek M D of Cardston Crowsnest Pass Warner Countv County of 40 Mile Lethbridge County City of Lethbridge and Taber Each region will have representatives in each of the 12 Games events which include track and field trapshooting competitive swimming slow pitch tennis golf cycling archerv been carried out by Mr Rad lord in terms of recreation facilities has seen a range of facilities established across the province on a scale we ve never seen before said Mr Williams GAINS FOR FEW The ministers also suggested the Games would provide windfall gains for a lew private developers in the Whistler area The provincial government earlier clapped a temporarv on develop- ment m the region Weekend sports menu Golf Country Club Invitational f rst round action (18 hole qualifying round) JCCA championship at Henderson Lake Golf Course with a 12 o clock noon tee off time Softball Alberta intermediate C women s finals at Dave Elton Park Lethbridge Lpqionettes vs Calgary Richfield Phillies at 6 30 with the losers fac ng Lougheed Alia at eight Lacrosse Alberta senior B men s serm final playoffs at Adams Ice Centre Taber Ebony Hawks vs Calgary Irish at 6 p m Lacrosse Labor Club Lancers vs Ednorton West 830pm Adams Ice Centre Baseball Alberta Major Baseball League Lethbridge Lakers vs Barrhead Cardinals at 8 p m at Henderson Stadium SUNDAY Golf Country Club invitational tourney second round (match play) Alberta JCCA golf finals at Lakeside Golf Course tee off time 7am Softball Alberta intermediate C women s f nals at Dave Elton Park Games scheduled for 11 a m 1pm and possibly 3pm Lacrosse Alberta senior B men s semi final playoffs at Adams n.e Centre Taber Ebony Hawks vs Calgary Irish at 3 30 p m Labor Club Lancers vs Edmonton West 2pm Adams ice Centre Baseball Alberta Maior Baseball Leaque Lethbridge Lakers vs Barrhead Cardinals al I 10 p m at Henderson Stadium MONDAY Golf Country Club Invitational ends Horse race 2pm DON KIRKHAM INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. Continues to Serve Southern George Foreman taking ballet PLEASANTON Calif (AP) Had someone a few years ago told George Foreman who grew up in a tough Houston neighborhood that he would one dav take up ballet Foreman probably would have knocked him out But the world heavyweight boxing champion has been do- ing just that in prepara tion for his Sept 24 fight in Zaire with Muham mad All Foreman said he took up the dance to strengthen the knee that he sprained in Caracas Venezuela before fighting Ken Norton last March I just had a little ballet about a month in order to learn what I can do with the knee he said It wasn t for rhythm or anything like that It was a real educa fon for me and III tell vou I loved it You re up on your toes and pull- ing yourself up and down at the same time It s really an education m itself He called ballet the most rewarding past- time I ve had so far in life and I intend to go back to it for a month or so anyway whenever I can equestrian horseshoes synchronized swimming and small bore competition All 12 events will be staged at the Games site with the exception of trapshooting which will be hosted by the Lethbridge Trap Club Winners of each sporting event will be awarded one ot the 1621 medals purchased just for the Games along with a berth into the Alberta Summer Games slated for Aug 22-25 in Calgaiv Meanwhile a number of well known dignitaries such as Honourable Horst Schmid, Minister of Culture Youth and Recreation Dwight Ganske Director of Sport Alberta Max Gibb Regional Supervisor for Southern Alberta Department of DOUGBOYER Siles Representative 308 9th St. S. 328-1228 Race results CALGARY (CP) Stampede Park race results Friday FIRST S1 500 claiming 2 year olds 6 furlongs After Gift (Niblett) 6430 1640 1260 Data Entry (Ray) 400 410 Centa Sail (Coombs) 5 10 Time 1 16 Gracious Host Dutch Rouser Connies Prince Hurricane Hank Huny Munky also ran SECOND S1 700 claiming 3 year olds 1 mile Touch Of Frost (Gold) 830 400 330 Free Aid (Pearson) 310 250 Macks Alibi (Sorenson) 3 20 Tme 1 42 Al Blanco Brother Beau Magic Mover Foxy Fire also ran DAILY DOLBLfc. S14290 THIRD S1 500 claiming 4 olds and up 6 furlongs Progue Si (Hedge) 23 50 9 90 5 80 Spotted Turk (Parsons) 560 410 'i Wiseman) 3 80 Time 1 15 Pixie Belle M dnight Ko al er Chinos Haydn Ky Chino Winkmy Princess Joys Premium Goldcrest Champ also ran QUINELLA S6060 FOURTH 700 cla mmg 4 year olds and up 6 furlongs Kool Turk (D Wiseman) 10 80 7 00 5 40 W th Speed (Nor is> 19 50 8 50 Day Will Come (Phelan) 3 20 Time 1 Air Str ke Northern Skipper Underground Hopi Joe West Wind Gal Lovely Jewel also ran Short sport ON RECORD PACE COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) Herve Filion is maintaining a pace that will break his one season record for North American harness driving vic- tories the United States Trotting Association announc- ed Friday Filion from Angers Que, is averaging 52 7 victories a month com pared with slightly more that 50 a month in 1972 when he rolled up a record 605 vie tones He currently has 369 triumphs 193 in front of runner up Shell} Goudreau Lucien Trembles Que is third with 154 and Henri Filion Herve s brother fourth with 140 WILL HONOR HARMON BOISE Idaho (AP) The state of Idaho will commend baseball slugger Harmon Killebrew at a special day in his honor on Aug 11 at Metropolitan Stadium in Bloomington Minn Gov Cecil D Anarus said Friday a state envoy will present the Minnesota Twins star with a sterling silver tray and cer- tificate Killebrew, born in Pavette Idaho now is in his 21st American League season and stands fifth on the all time home run list behind Hank Aaron, Babe Ruth, Willie Mays and Frank Robin- son TAKES OVER SITES MONTREAL (CP) The organizing committee of the 1976 Summer Olympic Games announced Friday it has assumed responsibility for preparation of training sites not administered by the city of Montreal This includes the Autostade, Montreal Forum and various university stadiums to be used for the 21 Olympic events The city retains responsibility for the Maurice Richard Arena, the Olympic stadium pool and velodrome CONhAD SIDELINED MONTREAL (CP) Montreal Alouettes of the Eastern Football Conference announced Friday they have placed centre Wayne Conrad on the 21 day injury reserve list Conrad suffered a sprain- ed knee during the Alouettes' 20-17 victory over Ottawa Rough Riders Wednesday night The team has given Barry Mclntyre of the Univer sity of Calgary a five day trial in an attempt to find a replacement for Conrad FIFTH 32 100 claiming 3 year olds 7 furlongs Snow Joke (Head) 1540 1200 430 Carys Son (Ray) 1160 630 Blue Bouncer (Kipling) 3 20 Time 1 27 Raneeio Carriageway Over Your Head Old Cudge Sars Faute also ran EXACTOR S32200 SIXTH 400 claiming 3 year olds 6 furlongs King Waltzer (Coombs) 19 10 8 60 510 Libation (Rasmussen) 1300 5 80 Miss Norge (Giesbrecht) 3 40 Time 1 13 Sante Fe King Tw n s Answer Gold Costume Stormy Spirit Morning Page High Octane also ran SEVENTH 52 700 claiming 4 year olds and up 1 mile Nestime (Whittle) 12 40 5 10 3 60 Sh eld Of Hope (D Wiseman) 6 70 4 40 Flight Count (Phelan) 5 20 Time 1 46 N n ane Valtown Hylo Ruler Jamie s Victory Mr Murphy Summer Stan also ran EIGHTH 53 000 claim ng 3 year olds 7 furlongs Lord Ruken (Olhve) 1200 340 3 00 Sherwood Park (Rasmussen) 3 20 2 50 Morning Knigh' (Beserra) 3 10 Time 1 26 Tantwen Dainty Damsel also ran NINTH S1 800 claiming 4 year olds and up 1 mile Red s Pride (Sorenson) 14 RO 7 10 5 50 Kyed (Norns) 510310 Dan s Art st (Giesbrecht) 5 60 Time 1 46 Go Gypsy Tmga Whippet Solar Record Another Mission Arctic John Whonnock Willie Fleet ng Bar also ran QUINELLA S37 70 ATTENDANCE 4962 Culture Youth and Recreation Ken Hurlbert Member of Parliament for Lethbridge Leighton Buckwell Member of Legislative Assembly for Fort Macleod Ron Butlin General Chairman of the Alberta Summer Games Keith Lees Manager of the Canada Winter Games Vera Ferguson Vice President of the Canada Winter Games Charlie Edgar Mayor of Fort Macleod Sgt W Becker Commander of Fort Macleod Detachment Roval Canadian Mounted Police and Bob Bartlett Supervisor of the Lethbridge Community Services Department will attend the official opening ceremonies Aug 7 Five sporting events which include track and field trapshooting competitive swimming slow pitch and tennis will start the Games off Aug 7 while golfing is the onlv sport to open the following day Three sports archerv equestrian are set to go Aug 9 while the remaining three sports horseshoes synchronized swimming and small bore begins Aug 10 The following is a list of the sporting events along with the dates when they 11 be held and their sites Track and field Aug 7 8 at Fort Macleod High School Trapshooting Aug 7 at Lethbr dge Trap Club Competitive swimming AL g 78 Col Macleod Pool Slow pitch Aug 789 10 at Little League Park Midnight Stadium Fish and Game Park and Water Tower Tennis Aug 78910 at Fort Macleod Tennis Courts Golf Aug 8 910 at Fort Macleod Golf Club Cycling Aug 9 at Fort Macleod Airport Archery Aug 9 10 at F P Walshe High School Equestrian Aug Q 10 at M dnigty" Stadium Horseshoes Aug 10 at F sh and Game Park Synchronized swimming Aug 10 at Col Macleod Pool Small bore Aug 10 at Willy Sup Farm ELRICH TIRE SPORT NATIONAL LEAGUE East W Philadelphia LEAGUE East W St 7 New Los i San San Diego 1 20 000 200 000 000 000 15 1 Pittsburgh 000 200 000 000 11 2 Forsch Hrabosky (8) Garman (9) Folkers (10) Pena (13) (5 2) and Simmons Demery Giusti (10) Hernandez (13) (1 1) and Sanguillen Hrs SL Toree (8) Pgh Oliver (7) Montreal 001 001 001 3 7 0 Philadelphia 000 000 110 2 7 0 Rogers (11 13) Taylor (9) and Foote Carlton Watt (9) (1 1) Richer! 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