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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD July FIRST WINNERS OF TROPHY Alvin accepts the Frank Miles Memorial trophy from Roy Miles Wednesday afler the Royals won the exhibition soccer game in memory of Miles Peter Durrans scored four times for the Royals as they down ed a team of former stars in the first annual at Raymond Stampede Rocky shows them how By GARRY ALLISON Herald Staff Rocky the veteran Medicine Hat came away the big winner at the Ray mond Stampede and Race Meet 10 SPEED SPORT BIKES A streamlined racing bike with plenty of go and spark ling Multiple gearing makes riding faster and eas ier for for or for just SEE THE KING OF TO SPEEDS CRITERIUM Super lightweight alloy 1645 English racing bike Other 10 by Such Names PEUGEOT GITANE PHILLIPS RALEIGH MONSHEE All 10 speeds ars ad iusted and serviced Includes free adjustments for 60 AS LOW AS We Take Trades 3e sura to pick up your brochure and application form for the Windy City Hockey School BERT MACS CYCIE 913 3rd Phone 3273221 Open Thursday and Friday Till 9 Serving South Alberta For Over 35 Years I over the Dominion Day I Rockabar showed the fans at Canadas oldest rodeo hes still one of the best around as he took home the high point donated by Herbs Western Wear of as well js the saddle bronc and bull riding Rockabars 63 in the saddle event was five points better than Doug of and Wilf Hyland of who tied for The only other rider to complete a ride was DeLynn Bingham of Card He marked a Only two bull riders stuck to the backs of their animals for the full eight Rockabar garnered 71 enough to beat out the only other success ful Phil Lyne had 6D of George is the current leader in the race for the world calf roping and all around He placed third in yesterdays roping at Ray Of 13 bareback only Dale Trotter and Lynn Jensen turned in successful rides atop the tough Kesler bucking present Canadian bare back took first place money with a ride of 10 points better than Cardstons Arnold current Canadian all around took the calf roping Haraga put the wraps on Ms animal in seconds to beat out Dale Medicine and Buzz Peth of who tied for second with a time of Another Washington Chuck grabbed off first place money in the steer Boatwright bull dog ged his animal in seconds to easily beat out Lynn Jensen who finished time of time of seconds was good for Vicky toured the barrels in the time of seconds and captured the ladies barrel race Dor othy Glenwood and Kay Doering of Oregon tied for second with a time of sec The wild horse race went to Coaldales Ron Chizmazia while second with a Jack Sullivans Moores Esso Service 3rd and Mayer Magrnth Drive OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY YOUR ONE STOP SERVICE CENTRE Imperial Oil Ice Stereo Tapes Garden Supplies Ammunition Atlas Product BorBQ Supplies DONT FORGET WE HAVE Fishing Licences Tackle Live Bait PROPANE BOTTLES FILLED MOORES ESSO SERVICE Corner 3rd Avenue and Mayor Magroth Drive Phone 3271046 from 8 to 5 Liconiod Mechanic On Duty Monday thru Tom Hicken won the boys steer Doug Void scored a 67 to take the amateur saddle bvena finishing ahead of Del Healy had a another Southern circuit rodeo was under way at with Roclry Rockabar also picking souic first place money Rockabar took the bull riding with a mark of 72 and finished third in the saddle bronc Doug Void won the saddle bronc riding while Lynn Jensen took top money in the bareback bronc Calf roping honors went to Terry Rider with Jimmy Glad stone coming in Rider had a winning time of sec Wes Zieffle threw his steer to the ground in seconds to win that event finishing ahead of Jack The ladies barrel race went to Julie The feature race of the Ray mond fiverace program was the fourth the Business mans A horse owned by called Cehonful with Wittiech finished first and look home the blanket donated by Allan and Ron Heg Another Bourne captured the fifth race of the Bill West saw his Veds capture the first race of the The second race was won by Baager owned by Rufus and the third race went to Vi Meils Ky BEHIND THE CHUTES Randy Yule took the top honors in the pony race The rodeo was in that a number of injuries were sustained by the competitors and also a race horse the race after hitting the came away with a badly battered right fore leg while his Rod Yule was taken to hospital with a sus pected broken leg Dale a bull was struck in the face as he fell off his bull and was rushed to the hos pital with a badly shattered nose an amateur saddle bronc Jerry was carried off on a stretcher after his horse pinned him against the chute gate on the way cnt The Lethbidge Community College equestrian drill team performed prior to intermission rodeo announcer was Bill Holt of BLOODY VICTOR Halifax CP Canadian featherweight boxing c h a m pion Rocky MacDougall of Syd retained his title here Thursday night when he scored a bloody 12round split decision Billy over former champion McGrandle of Pinson sinks Orioles with home run Baltimore skid puts Red Sox closer By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The offagain race in the American League East is on Rico Petrocelli of Boston Red Sox and Cleveland Indians Vada Pinson provided the latest ups and downs Thursday night with ninthinning home runs that pullet Boston within 214 games of Baltimore Pctrocellis a three run shot with one out in the sent the Red Sox winging JPISH ARE LIKE They get set in their ways and dont like to make Patterns of life are rigorously followed until something forces a change in This human like trait leads to some drastic differences in fish behavior during the hot weeks of The normal ways of fishing usually dont produce during summer yet many anglers stick to their set habits and give up fishing until the weather and the water By calling it quits theyre probably missing some good What they should do is change their habits along with the To start getting out on the lake before the sun comes be there again when it goes Skip the hot hours in Fish will change what they Summer is the time of insects ants and a multitude of other delectible to of course Artificial lures will be passed up in favor of these natural A third consideration is where to Since the supply of natural food is most abundant in shallow that is where the action will be for many Live bails and shallow water dictate a change in fishing The situation calls for lightweight fly or spin casting with light lines and fine wire FISHING IMPROVED considerably in a majority of the southern Alberta water impoundments during the past Tyrrells Lake wasnt hut there was action throughout the day on most A fivepound threeounce rainbow was taken out of Gold Springs Provincial Park southeast of Milk There was action on most beaver dams and lakes in Waterton Lakes Nalional In Hie Pass coun streams are still high but clearing Congratulations in order for nineyearold Jona than Hofer of II may have taken his brother to help him land the 22Va pound pike out of Cross Coulee but it was quite a feat neverthe Coaldale Fish and Game Associalion is holding anolher family campout July 3rd and Its In be the first campsite on the Northwest Branch of Ihe Oldman River north of The fish derby ends at noon on FRANK supervising fish and wild life officer for southern Alfcerta has issued the follow ing release This is to advise that we do not believe Ihere is any cause for concern over Ihe recenlly reported mortality of rainbow troul in Reesor Lake in Ihe Cypress Hills Provincial It now appears that very few fish were affected by Ihe dieoff and Ihere should be no apprehension involved in uliliz ing fish for domestic consumption if the trout appear to be It is not advisable that any fish in apparent dis or showing obvious signs of be con sumed in any We will continue our observations on Reesor Lake and should any further problems arise the public will be notified as soon as It very difficult to diagnose fish mortalities as these can be extremely variable and may result from a variety of Since the mortality in Reesor Lake was minor it does not appear that a major problem exists and anglers should not be detered from past Detroit Tigers about one hour after Pinsons blast with two out in the ninth gave the Indians a 32 conquest of the Bostons latest upswing has put new fire into the The same cant be said in the West where Kansas City Royals beat California Angels 72 and still stand 914 games behind idle Oakland Athletics In other Washington Senators trimmed New York Yankees 31 and Chicago White Sox stopped Milwaukee Brewers HIT BY PITCH Petrocellis 12th homer into the upper left field deck came after Luis Aparicio was hit by a pitch and Reggie Smith and marked the second time in the final two innings Boston came from Two runs had pulled the Sox even 55 in the But De troit went right back ahead on runscoring singles by Dick McAuliffe and Al Kaline in its half of the Then Petrocelli sent the Red Sox winging only one week afler they had fallen eight games behind the Orioles and appeared the Orioles sank to their sixth defeat in eight games after appearing to have things well in hand as Jim Palmer took a 20 lead into the eighth on Frank homer and Don Bufords run scoring single off Sam Mc But Frank Baiter doubled in two runs with two out to tie the game in the and then Pinson who struck out and who fanned each left after eight It rained on the Pittsburgh pitching but the who had yielded 54 runs in their nine previous blanked New York Mets 30 Thursday on the combined ef forts of four pitchers in a game that was delayed a total of an hour and 16 minutes and ended up as a twilight The llth straight and 13 in 16 to Dock the tenderelbowed righthander who was knocked out by the second rate delay after five In other National League ac Cincinnati Reds swamped Philadelphia Phillies 51 in a night game that was delayed by San Francisco Giants edged Louis Cardinals Atlanta Braves took Montreal Expos 73 and Los Angeles Dodgers nipped s a n Diego Padres The Pirates fivehit in which Willie Stargell drove in his 80th run of the lifted them to a threegame lead over the Mets in the NL His elbow hasnt been real strong the last three or four times so I had to lift him after the second Mur taugh said of his removal of who gave up two Jim Nelson relieved Ellis and ran into trouble when the Mets loaded the bases on two singles and a walk with two Nelson Briles marched out the bull pen to end the The rain delay came at Phila delphia in the third inning after Willie Montanez homered for the When play resumed it was all with the Reds getting Jim McGlothlin all the runs he needed with two in the Minor ball roundup The Expos moved into the Senior Little League A finals by trimming the Comets 86 Wednesday Greg Graham fanned eight beating Brian Maxwell on the mound for the Mylcs Fox and Wes Tuttle stroked two singles apiece while LETHBRIDGE LACROSSE ASSOCIATION JULY 3rd ADAMS ICE CENTRE CAIGARY BRAVES JULY 3rd ADAMS ICE CENTRE LETHBRIDGE NATIVE SONS VI TABER EBONY HAWKS JULY 4th ADAMS ICE CENTRE LETHBRIDGE LANCERS vs CALGARY BRAVES ADMISSION TO All GAMES IS SILVER COLLECTION Coma and Sea Canadas National Gomel Kim Speelman managed a Maxwell belted a home run and a single in a losing cause while Keith Miyashiro poked out three singles and Cliff Mi yashiro two In Norcrest Farm League ac tion the Bears bombed the Cou gars Larry E r d o s hammered a double and single while Ross Erickson chipped in with four At the Angels rounced the Canucks 110 be und David Watsons Vlskosky suffered the Alex Gepneris slammed three loubles to aid Watson while Blake Tillitson chipped in with wo Harvie Pocza fired a no ntter as he led the Angels to a I 171 romping ever the Twins in Lakeside Little League Tim Hisako suffered the Alex Gepneris pounded a grand slam home run and a double for the Angels while Pocza and Lyle Sketting each stroked a double and a single in the lop sided In Norcrest Minor Baseball tho Tigers outlasted the Bob cats 1610 behind Darren God salve who won over Mitch Bruce Olson belled two tri ples and the same number of singles to lead the Tigers hit ting attack while Godsalve aid ed Ms own cause with a triple and a Les Smolnicky managed a trouble and two singles for the Bobcats and Calvin Fuller three ANDY CAPP What Makes A Hockey Player FIND OUT AT THE WINDY CITY HOCKEY SCHOOL ADAMS ICE CENTRE 2A hours Ice time per excellent Instructional Indepth doily chalk extensive physical edu cation training and a professional coaching Enroll now to avoid Limited Dill avail WINDY CITY HOCKEY SCHOOL 1022 HENDERSON IAKE PHONE 3278649 IM JUST fcOWN TO THE1 SHOP THE A VACANCY ON THE TEAM FAFORWARB WHO CAN STAY COOL AM CALMr UNDER GREAT ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East Pittsburgh New York stLouis Philadelphia Montreal San Francisco Los Angeles Houston Atlanta Cincinnati San Diego 50 45 39 40 31 59 West 51 M 37 39 37 56 L GB 29 30 3 36 9 39 506 13 18 4S 1 39 3S 6V 39 J87 12 AS 14 44 14V 57 23 TODAYS GAMES Philadelphia Reynolds 12 and Wise 65 at Montreal Stoneman 97 and Morton 79 twinlght Atlanta Reed 76 at New York W1I 5tns 32 N Pittsburgh Moose 64 at Chicago Jenkins 117 Cincinnati Nolan 67 at Houston ierker 104 N Louis Gibson 147 at San Fran cisco Stone 56 N Los Angeles Sutlon 76 at San Di ego Kirby 65 N THURSDAYS RESULTS Atlanta 010 1 Montreal 010 100 0103 ft 5 Niekro 87 8 Upshaw 9 and King Marshall 15 8 Reed 9 and Bate HR Louis 101 Oil 7 14 0 an Francisco 012 815 1 Zachary 26 2 Drab owsky 6 Shaw 7 and McNertney Robertson 5 McMahon 63 6 Hamilton 7 Johnson 9 and HRs 13 Brock Pittsburgh ow on 3 n 1 New York 000 5 2 Ellis 33 Nelson 6 Briles 6 Gl isti 7 and Sanguillen Koosman 46 Sadecki 6 McGraw D and Cincinnati ooo 112 1 Philadelphia 010 1 4 1 McGlothlin 45 and Bench Bunning Champion 6 Wilson 9 and HR PhaMontanez 15 Los Argelet 010 9 1 San Diego Ill 0001 5 2 Sutton 86 and Ferguson Norman 03 Miller 9 and WEDNESDAYS RESULTS York 4 Pittsburgh 0 Atlanta 6 Montreal hiladelphla 7 Cincinnati 4 Chicago Los Angeles 5 San Diego 2 San Francisco 1 LEAGUE LEADERS H Pet 308 50 114 303 52 113 311 57 107 15 99 SIL LA StL Chi All Chi Pgh Att Cirt 25 39 Pgh 290 332 5fl 110 218 30 72 88 306 39 78 80 26Z 48 83 Home runs 28 Runs batted In 80 Pitching 9 decisions Cin AMERICAN LEAGUE East W Baltlmors Boston Detroit New York Washington Oakland Kansas City Minnesota West 50 SVi 1U4 13 39 1214 17Va 17A 18 Chicago TODAYS GAMES Oakland Odom 43 at California Clark 10 N Chicago Johnson 46 at Kansai City Spllltoroff 31 N Minnesota Kaat 57 at Milwaukee Krausse 311 H Baliimore McNally 124 et Detroit Lotich 116 N Washington Bosman 5B al Cleve land Hand 14 N New York Bahnsen 77 at Boston Culp 95 N THURSDAYS RESULTS New York 010 4 J Washington loo 002 9 3 Kekich 14 and Munson Shellen back 34 and Baltimore 001 7 1 Cleveland 000 3 8 1 Watt 11 9 and Etche barren Farmer 10 9 and Robinson Kansas city 300 300 B California 010 000 1 84 and Kirkpatrick Mes sersmith 78 Fisher 6 Lasher 9 Reynolds 9 and HRs Boston 010 1 Detroit 010 1 Brett 6 Tatum 8 Let 52 8 and Montgomery Chance 6 Scherman 63 7 and HRs 12 Petro celli 12 Chicago 100 fl Milwaukee ill 10 0 Horlen 5fi Johnson 7 and Herr mann Pattin 78 Sanders 8 and HRs ChiMorafrs WEDNESDAY RESULTS Cleveland 53 Baltimore 44 Boston 6 Detroit 4 Washington 2 New York 1 Chicago 88 Milwaukee 53 California 4 Kansas City Minnesota 10 Oakland 4 LEAGUE LEADERS AB R H Pcf Min 269 49 10 NY 99 341 Del 209 Bal KC KC Bal Chi Wash NY 265 279 221 227 70 74 84 86 6ft 70 83 67 Chicago 18 Runs batted In Minneso 55 Pitching 9 decisions Balti 11 36 GENERAL JUMBO 780 BELTED WHITEWALLS F781415 G781415 H781415 ELRICH TIRE COMPLETE TIRE SALES 4 SERVICE 401 lit South or 3274445 ;