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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Keen rig leading ehuckwagon event CALGARY The R J Keen outfit from Fort B.C maintained its lead in the world ehuckwagon championships after the second day of running Friday at the Calgary Stampede The Keen driven by Ralph Vigen of Grande has a total elapsed time of 2 37 05. That is mere fractions ahead of the runner- the Veren Muth outfit from Alta. who leads the national ehuckwagon retained the lead despite a 1-2 penalty for a late outrider The Muth driven by John Crawford of Alta and Edmonton's Norman Nilsen driven by Kelly Sutherland of Grande Prairie are waging a torrid dual for second spot who had the best clocking on Friday's card with a wound up with a total while Nilsen is third with Rounding out the top five are Rose Vorek of Dawson B.C. in and Al Side of Grande Prairie in The three overall leaders also split the top day-monies. Muth won 95 for setting the pace while Nilsen collected 53 for the next best time of Lyle Adam of Grande Prairie driven by Dave Lewis had the misfortune of having three late outriders which cost him as many seconds in penalties His running time of 14 was the fastest of the night but the penalties cost him dearly Instead of moving into second place behind Keen he found himself relegated to ninth spot Adam was the runner up to Merle Anderson of Alta in the 1973 raceland derby. I DON'T 00 THIS MODERN NIGHT A CAN VVMEN BLOKES WHO LIKE THAT -Twer WERE JUST TRYIN' TO SET OUT OF THE FLlPPlN' ARMY.' YOU'RE JUST SCARED 0' TRYINX NEW Short sport roundup Mahan in a familiar spot Effective Immediately DELIVERY CHARGES FOR LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS For Orders Under Delivery to site Extra charge for transfer of order to basement...................... 4.UU Delivery to West Lethbridge Orders of and over Delivered FREE Don's Building Supplies Northern Asbestos Building Supplies Ltd. Revelstoke Companies Ltd. Advance Lumber Co. Ltd. Beaver Lumber Co. Ltd. Bird Building Supplies Crestline Builders Market Ltd. CALGARY Larry the Tex cowboy with more world titles than any one else in the rodeo snatched the first-go- round lead in bareback riding from Royce Smith of scoring 77 one point better than Smith's Thursday performance of 76. Other scores in bareback riding Friday were the second-best being a 70 by Jack Ward of Tex Smith therefore stayed at second place Steve Loney of Great second with 74 dropped to third spot In saddle bronc Monty Henson of Tex turned in a respectable 83 Friday points ahead of second-placed Doug Void of Alta who scored 72 John Gratton of Edmonton carded 71 to share the third spot with Thursday's Francis Bourque of Alta In calf it became a three-way tie for first place when G. L Longgood of recorded 11 4 seconds identical with Thursday's performances of Tom Ferguson of and Bucky Bradford of Calif Steer wrestling results were disappointing as the day's best 8 0 seconds by Marvin Joyce of f 4 Congratulations to PALLISER DISTILLERS LTD on their Official Opening It was indeed a pleasure for us to have been associated with the Construction of this large industry in Lethbridge. We are pleased to have supplied and erected the MATURING WAREHOUSE A Pre-Engineered BUILDING 4 4 ARMCO DEALER Armco Building Systems PRESTIGE BUILDERS LTD. 7032 Farreli Road Alberta Phone 252-5535 4 4 was far away from leader Darryl Sewell's 4.7 seconds Thursday. Bob Marshall of San Martin. and Butch Bode of Tex remained at second and third spots with 5.5 and 64 behind who hails from Idaho Dale Ross of Medicine Hat continued as the leader in Bull riding with his 76 points scored Thursday. Jim Jacobson of Sun took over the second spot with a 72 forcing Wally Badgett of and Rusty Hatley of Mexico to third-place tie at 70 Winners of one-day events Friday Boys' steer riding Greg 60 Lloyd Big James Sarcee Indian 57 Novice saddle bronc riding Tom Red 65 Keith Randy 57 Wild cow milking placed second and third respectively. Allan Lome and Pat Dewmton Allan Buffalo of was again the winner of the buffalo ride Friday Race results CALGARY Victoria Park race results Friday FIRST 2 year 4 furlongs Shirley s Fancy 1B 50 6 50 5 Bashful Bertie 4 10 4 Re Echo S 70 Time 0 46 4-5 Alena's Honey Icy Top Love To Run Battle Faligue Fleet Dam s Luck also ran SECOND 3 year 6 furlongs Belmont Queen 5 50 3 40 2 60. Mermaid Bleu 4 70 3 Dancing Dominion 2 60 Tims 1 13 Quiet Sir. Lucky Lawman Foxy Mar Joe's Miss also ran DAILY THIRD 3 year 7 furlongs Just Magic 16 60 6 10 Blue Bouncer 470 3 Sawrldge Boy 3 40 Time 1 26 Majestic Rich N' Dangling Tip The Steve's Marsha's Battle River Bud also ran FOURTH 4 year olds and 6 furlongs Z9V Baby 10 00 3 90 3 Air Strike 370 Yalta 6 30 Time 1 12 1-5 Janna August Lovely Jewe. also ran Track Scratch Lucky Lover 4 year olds and up. 6 furlongs Count The Spots 9 00 4 60 330. Destiny s Favour 540 4 Miss Joact 6 60 Time 111 4-5 Future Mister Tally Level Off Lady. Flying Balcony Money also ran SIXTH 4 year olds and 1 mile Brown Marine 690 430 3 Nestlme 5 40 3 County Doctor 3 80 Time 1 39 Take One Shield Of New Quick Canyon Golden Compass. Tea Coffee John also ran SEVENTH added. 3 year mile Sherwood Park 4 00 2 80 2 50. Progressive Hope 3 70 2 90. Fore Advisor 5 80 Time 1 38 3-5 Wattle's Little Irish Sante Fe King also ran Park set'a track EIGHTH 4 year olds and 7 furlongs Paul's Deal 2690 1580 5 Theobold 5 60 3 Sheba's Spirit 5 60 Time 1 26 Return To Prairie Lady Celtic Maxle's Pal Narrabeen also ran REJOINS COWBOYS DALLAS Dan former Dallas runn- ing back and has been hired as coach of the Cowboys' special the National Football League team said Friday. joined the team as a free agent from the University of South Carolina in 1965. His playing which was marred by knee end- ed in 1971 BRAZILIAN SUSPENDED MUNICH Brazilian defender Luis ordered off in last Wednesday's game against Filion tops Ohio Herve well on his way to keeping his North American Harness Driving is only 152 career vic- tories short of becoming the first driver ever to reach the mark In the latest figures releas- ed by the United States Trotting the 34- year-old French Canadian from has 338 winning drives in 1974 and 848 for his career Filion's leading total this year is more than double the 145 winners for second-place Shelly Goudreau of Ont has been suspended for one World Cup soccer the FIFA disciplinary committee said Friday. Pereira was given his marching orders for a brutal tackle on Johann Neeskens six minutes before the end of the game that carried Holland to the final and saw Brazil col- lapse to its first world cup de- feat in eight years. The ban means that Pereira will miss today's third-place match against Poland YANKEES' EX-OWNER DIES Ariz Del E former owner of New York Yankees who built a construction and hotel em- pire in the died Thurs- day in Minn president of the Phoenix-based Del E. Webb Corp underwent lung surgery for cancer in but further surgery disclosed complications from which he died HARDLITE I LENSES For everyone who wears glasses Available in ALL prescriptions These Hardhte lenses are Shatterproof and backed by a warranty against eye injury Half the weight of ordinary glasses Available in a variety of shapes and tints Protective lenses are law in some countries advisable everywhere OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO ST S LETH'BRIDGE Ph'one 327-3609 TENANT APPLICATIONS FOR RENT GEARED TO INCOME FAMILY HOUSING Sponsored by ALBERTA HOUSING CORPORATION in cooperation with The Federal Government and The City of Lethbridge Alberta Housing Corporation has undertaken a program of providing accommodation for families of low income in the City of Lethbridge. Rents under this program are based on families' income and composition and the housing units are allocated to families with the most need. The first which consists of 20 townhouses and which is located on 18 Ave N between 18th 20th Street N is near completion. Other projects could be initiated under this program if the need exists. If you are interested in such you could assist the Corporation in determining the need and demand by completing the application form below and submitting it prior to July to Information Yates Memorial City of Lethbridge. APPLICATION FORM 1 2 3. Family Composition and Income Name Monthly Income Age Sex Relationship Source Amount a. b. c. d. e. f. 9- h. 4. Employment At I am employed unemployed part-time employed Do you receive social assistance 5. Present Housing Owned pr Rented Monthly Rent Dees this include payments Furnishings Heat Water Electricity Other ;