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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 16-THE LETHBRIDGE August It Is Not Too Late To Register FOR YOUR HAWAIIAN WINTER VACATION Now Enjoy the Luxurious 747 Service Regitter Now With ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The Herald Sports Lilhbridge Office Furniture Ltd. Lower '.Mel 7th St. Shopping Mall Phone (403) 328-7411 FILING CABINETS No sense looking back Tom you won this race without too much trouble eteran guides his chuckwagon into first place in Canadian final Nothing fragile about Glass in driver's seat Friday By GARRY ALLISON Herald Sports Writer Tom Glass, a 24 year old chuckwagon driver from Okotoks, literally shot onto the track out of the third barrel position lasi night to take the early lead in the Last Chance Chuckwagon races at the Lethbridge Exhibition Grounds. The races, held in conjunc- tion with the RCMP musical ride and co sponsored by Labatts Brewery and the Lethbridge Exhibition Board. attracted over 5.000 people. The races and musical ride continue this afternoon and this evening at Son of veteran driver Ron Glass. Tom was the winner of the Cheyenne Frontier Days chuckwagon races last month and is looking to make Lethbridge his second win in a row. Tom. driving the Cowley and Keith wagon, saved his fast run of until the last heat of the night. He was first on the track and quickly grabbed the rail despite coming off the third barrel position and from then on the six year driving veteran had his own way. The Rose Borek team with Dallas Dorchester at the reins finished in second place in the Stampede Wrestling Exhibition Pavilion Mon., Aug. 26 p.m. The Kiwis vs. Little Bear and Cody Quinn Schroeder vs. Pringle Ramirez Kowalski vs Martel Hurst vs. Cannon Kelly Bros. vs. Babich and Bell Watch STAMPEDE WRESTLING ON CJOC-TV HOLIDAY BOWL Openings for Morning and Afternoon LADIES LEAGUES Tuesday and Wednesday morning. Wednesday and Friday afternoon, with free coffee and free baby sitting service. Individual ladies or teams new bowlers welcome. We Still Have Openings In Our EVENING MIXED LEAGUES Evenings 7 and 9 p.m. We will be starting a YOUNG ADULTS LEAGUE Sunday Evenings p.m. Couples Individuals or teams interested call Holiday Bowl YBC BOWLERS Bantams, Juniors and Seniors may register anytime between now and the end of August. Registrants will receive a Free Bowling Shirt. Supervisors Instructors will be on hand when League starts Saturday, Sept. 7th._____________ TUESDAYS 9 p.m. Speedy's Ladies' MON. AND THURS. AFTERNOONS Senior Citizens Golden Age Leagues Starting Mon., Aug. 26th and Thurs. Aug. 29th. SATURDAYS Panda Bowls in Sept. Our Sunday Bowling Special starts in September. For Further Information on any of the above leagues (individuals or teams) PHONE 328-2855 race, ahead of 1973 Canadian champion driver Dave Lewis, handling the Lyle Adams rig. The man in the lead for the 1974 Canadian title, Kelly Sutherland, moved the Norm Nelson team into second place in the over all standings with a time of in the third heat. Sutherland romped home ahead of the Harry Irving wagon, also piloted by Glass, and the Newall Bros, rig with Darrel Hartley in the box. Dallas Dorchester, second place finisher to Kelly Sutherland at Calgary this year, holds down third spot in the fastest time listings with a run in the final heat. Fourth spot over-all goes to veteran Slim Helme in the Merle Anderson wagon with a running time of Helme was the winner of the ninth heat of the 10-heat show, edging the R. J. Keen rig driven by Ralph Vigen, and Gary Dorchester at the reins of the McCullough and Son outfit. Ralph Vigen piloted home the Al Side chuckwagon first in the sixth heat and holds down fifth spot with a run of John Crawford drove the Vern Muth team to second in that race but penalties moved him into third behind the Ken Borek team handled by Dallas Dorchester. In the eighth heat of the evening the Ray Boris wagon with Ralph Buzzard at the helm beat out Orville Stand- quist in the Cahan Woodward wagon and Kelly Sutherland and his Archie Hackwell team. The closest anyone came to Locals after Alta. title getting injured was in the fourth heat when an outrider fell to the track in the first turn trying to avoid two wagons that bumped together. L. K. Ranch with Roy David up had one of their horses tangled up after they bumped with the Bob Allan rig driven by Ward Willard. David took to limp around the track, finishing well back of Allan and the winner, Maurice Normand in the Reed's Welding outfit. In a two wagon race pop- ular Sundown Hank of Lethbridge beat out another Lethbridgeite. Larry Meade in the Tom Healy wagon, in a Short sport tonight The Lethbridge Labor Club Lancers will be going after the Alberta Intermediate Lacrosse title this weekend when they take on the Ed- monton Blues in a two-game total point provincial final series at the Adams Arena. The two teams will hit the floor tonight at p.m. with the second game set for Sun- day afternoon at The Lancers advanced to the provincial championship by downing the Bawden Braves 23-21 in a two-game Southern Zone final. Clip This Coupon and Bring It In It's Worth till ll your new muffler until August 31, 1974 v BPOLLO UlllffLER CENTRES LTD. .S. 321 -1 3th Street North 329-4666 ISRAEL IN LEAD TEL AVIV took a 2-0 lead Friday in its first round European zone Davis Cup tennis matches with Luxembourg when Yehoshua Shalem and Yair Wertheimer registered easy singles victories. RUPP RECOVERING LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) Adolph F. Rupp, 72, whose basketball teams won more games than those of any other college coach in history, was reported Friday in satisfactory condition in hospital. The hospital would make no official comment on his ailment, but Rupp was unconscious when taken from his home Wednesday. He retired as coach of the University of Kentucky two years ago after his teams compiled an 879-190 record over 42 years. WEBSTER RELEASED ELIZABETH, N.J. (AP) Alex Webster, who starred as a running back with Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League in the 1950s before joining New York Giants of the National Football League as a player and coach, was released from hospital Friday, two days after being admitted for dizziness. CANUCKS GET LOCKETT VANCOUVER couver Canucks of the National Hockey League an- nounced Friday the purchase of goaltender Ken Lockett from the Baltimore Clippers of the American Hockey League. Boilers reach fastball final City Hall simply had to show up to win the first game of their best-of-three Commercial Men's Fastball semi-final with Robot. Robot failed to field a team for the second time this season. The two clubs are scheduled to meet Monday at Dave Elton at seven. If Robot wins a third and deciding game will follow. However, a City Hall victory would move them into the finals against Liberty Boilers. Boilers won both games of a doubleheader Thursday over IGA. In the first game Al Pilling was the winning pitcher as his solo home run gave the Boilers a 3-2 win over IGA and Floyd Anderson. The second game was no contest as the Boilers, behind Frank Popson. cruised to a 13- 2 triumph. nouncement, Canucks' gen- eral manager and coach Phil Maloney said the acquisition was strictly a cash purchase. Lockett, a native of Toronto, played in 37 games with Balti- more last season and finished with 2.79 goals against average. RICHARD'S DAD DIES MONTREAL (CP) Onesime Richard, father of Maurice (Rocket) Richard and Henri Richard of the National Hockey League Montreal Canadiens, died in hospital Friday after a lengthy illness. He was 75. close race despite the fact that Meade had the lines on his lead horses scrambled up for most of the race. Pockard Ranch, driven by Smokey Wilson took the first heat ahead of Stewart Ranch with Dave Lewis up and the Jack Curzon team handled by Doug Nelson. Orville Standquist won the second heat, guiding the Western Mac Motors' wagon ahead of Sinclair Bros, with Tom Sinclair at the reins and Pahal Motors driven by Gary Dorchester. Maurice Normand brought home another winner when he crossed the finish line first with his Tercia Motors team in the seventh heat. The Doug Allan, team with Joe King up was second and the Glass Armstrong rig, handled by Darrel Hartley, was third. AROUND THE BARRELS. Dallas Dorchester had a problem in the sixth heat when one outrider released his horse and the other turned left on the track instead of right.. Ed Reid directed his first wagon race last night and did a superb job finishing 10 races in under 90 minutes The huge crowd loudly and fre- quently applauded the musical ride and even clapped in time during a section of the presen- tation the outrider who fell to the track in the fourth heat was uninjured action resumes this evening at and the Canadian champion for this season will be decided. East German girls suspect PARIS (AP) A French physician specializing in sports medicine claimed Friday that some of the record setting East German girl swimmers may have undergone treatments with hormones and steroids. Dr. Michel Leglise. the French Swimming Federation team physician, said there were physical indications that the girls at the European swimming cham- pionships could have received such treatments. "These swimmers." Leglise told the Paris sports daily L'Equipe. "have, in fact, muscle and fatty development that is unusual in girls of their age. "They have a special skin quality, a bit of hairiness unusual in girls of this age. rather curious voices and certain signs in their step. ''These charac- teristics can lead one to think of the use of hormones without being absolutely certain about it." His charge followed an assertion by the Swedish team doctor at the Vienna competition ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES National League W L Pet. St. 2 "2 6 New 11 13 Los 9 San 22 vr San 25V, Chuckwagon leaders 1. Cowley, Glass 2. Norm Sutherland 3 Rose Dorchester 7. Pockard Wilson 10. Western Mac Stnadquist 11. Reed's Normand 11. McCullough and Dorchester Lyle Lewis 4. Merle Helme 5. Al Vigen............ 6. Ray Buzzard 7. Tercia Normand 7. R. J. Vigen 11 14 Cahan, Standquist 14. Sinclair Sinclair 14. Harry Glass....................................... 17. Stewart 18. Ken Dorchester 19. Archie Sutherland 20. Doug King 21. Jack Nelson 22. Sundown Marcus 23. Tom 24. Vern Crawford 25. Bob Willard 26. Newall Hartley 27. Glass, 28. Pahal 29. L. K. David NOTICE TO SPORTSMEN Are you covered by public liability and property damage while you are hunting, fishing, shooting or camping? If not, join The Lethbridge Fish and Game Association. For more information call- Harold Janecke at 327-8426 or Bob Vair at 328-4721 FRIDAY'S RESULTS .First. New York 000 003 000 7 1 Atlanta 000 100 101 11 1 Matlack. McGraw (9) (4-7) and Grote: Reed. House Leon (10) (3- 4) and Correll. Second New York 000 000 3 2 Atlanta 021 200 10 ,0 Parker Cram Aker Miller (8) and Hodges; Krausse House (7) and Dates. HRs: (1) Evans Phila 000 000 3 0 Houston 000 001 3 1 Ruthven Garber (8) and Boone: Dierker (8-8) and Herrmann. Cincinnati 100 063 13 1 Montreal 201 003 7 14 3 Billingham. Hall C. Carroll (10- 3) (6) and Bench; Walker Montague Carrithers Renko (8) and Foote. HRs: Foote Chicago 100 000 4 0 San Fran 000 000 000-0 9 0 Reuschel (12-9) and Swisher; Barr Sosa (8) and Rader. St. Louis 000 001 8 0 Los Angeles 001 000 8 1 McGlothen Carman (9) and Simmons; Rau, Marshall (8) (12-9) and Yeager. HR: Minor League Pacific Coast League Tacoma 7 Sacramento 4 Spokane 6 Hawaii 0 Phoenix 3 Salt Lake 2 Tucson 5 Albuquerque 4 Eastern League Waterbury 4 Reading 1 Bristol 1 West Haven 0 Thetford Mines 5 Quebec 4 Trois-Rivieres 5 Pittsfield 3 American League East W L Pel. GBL Boston 70 54 .565 Baltimore 63 61 .508 7 New York 63 61 .508 7 Cleveland 61 60 504 7'? Milwaukee 61 65 484 10 Detroit 58 67 .464 12', West Oakland 71 55 .563 Kansas City 66 58 .532 4 Texas 65 62 512 6'? Chicago 61 64 .488 9'? Minnesota 60 66 .476 11 California 50 76 .397 21 FRIDAY'S RESULTS Texas 004 010 9 1 Detroit 000 000 4 0 Harqan (10-8) and Sundberg Coleman Fryman Lemanczyk (7) and Lamont. Wockenfuss HR: California 021 000 010- 4 8 1 New York 122 230 14 0 Lockwood Lange Quintana Pina (8) and Rodriguez; May. Tidrow (3) (10-10) and Munson. HR: Cleveland 000 000 001 1 72 Chicago 000 101 9 1 Peterson Wilcov. Ellington Duncan; Kaat (14-11) and Herrmann. First Kansas City 042 001 12 0 Milwaukee 000 100 11 2 Busby Mingori (7) and Martinez; Champion C. Wright Castro (6) and Porter. C. Moore HR Second Kansas City 000 000 000 000 6 1 Milwauk 000 000 000 000 0-0 9 0 Briles, Hoerrier McDaniel (9) (1-4) and Healy; Slaton, Murphy (11) (6-4) and Moore. Porter Oakland 000 000 6 1 Boston 100 002 10 1 Blue (14-12) Fingers (6) and Tenace, Tiant (20-8) and Montgomery. HR: Blue (14-12) Fiongers (6) and Tenace; Tiant (20-8) and Montgomery. HR: Minnesota 010 000 6 0 Baltimore 000 000 7 0 Goltz Campbell (7) and Borgmann; McNally (12-9) and Williams. HPi: Bal Williams IT'S BACK TO SCHOOL FOR THE KIDS! WHY NOT BACK TO CHURCH AND SUNDAY SCHOOL FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY? LAKEVIEW MENNONITE BRETHREN CHURCH 15th Ave. and 29th St. S. WOULD BE GLAD TO WELCOME.YOU Y's MEN'S NATIVE SONS JUNIOR B HOCKEY CLUB Requires a coach and managers for the 1974-75 Hockey Season. INTERESTED PERSONS Apply in writing to 1003 -4 Ave. S. Alberta ;