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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta J4 THE LEIHBRIDCE HERALD Friday, July 7, 1572 JanJfo Brothers top chuckwfignn Vamvoras sticks to Cindy Rocket CALGARY (CD Clyde Vamvoras nf Devnl, Okla.. ranked fourth in the world bareback bronc riding lisl, got off to an impressive start in the event at the Calgary Slam- pedo rodeo Thursday. Vamvoras had full conlrol til his high-bucking mount Cindy Rocket for n score or 69 points ANDY CAPr WHOGOTVQU IN THIS In Ihe first go-round. Second 67 Paul Mayor of Fort Worth, Tex., and Lied third with fiii points were Jack Ward of Odessa, nnd Allan Thorpe of River. The harchack division was hamperrd hy lifeless perform- ances from some of Lhc horses. One IIOI-SR called find father cnntprcd I a inely nround I he arena wilh rider ,1, C. Trujillo i-azier not recognized ;as c lin imp f MY AMIES AREN'T GOOD I ENOUGH F< 1ERU OKLAHOMA CITY (API The Oklahoma Boxing Commis- sion announced Thursday it is withdrawing ils rccocnilion of [Iominated by the animals Joe Frazier as world heavy-1 wilh five riders weight champion and mil recog- ing scores_ T h e most dJ5. rrcscoll, Ariz., trying des- pcrntely to get some action out of it. Trujillo and (wo other riders were issued rcrides but Ihe poor standard of the mounts prevented thorn from achiev- ing high scores. The main attraction, the bull riding championship, was easily won by the bulls in the first go-round. Eight of the first J4 riders hit tlic dirt. Jack Kelly of Deer Lodge, Mont., took a one-point lead at Ihe end of the day's activities in bull riding. He received a score of 67 for holding on a bull called Creme Puff for the required eight seconds. Kelly nipped Andy Conforth of Hermiston, Ore., who scored 66 for a ride on Panhandle. Pe- ter Gave of Mesquite, Tex., got 64 points after going the dis- tance with Killer and Steve C o s c a of Oakland, Calif., wound up third with 63. The saddle bronc event was Turcolte taken lo hospital NEW YORK CAP) Ron Turcolte, the regular jockey of star three-year-old Riva Ridge, was taken to hospital Thursday efter he went down hard when his mount, Overproof, dropped dead of a heart attack during the running the eighth race at Aqueduct. Turcotte, of Grand Falls, N.B., complained of severe chest pains. Overproof fell at the sixteenth pole, and a track veterinarian said the four-year-old colt had suffered a heart attack. nize the winner of a planned bout between George Foreman and Oscar Bonavena in Okla- homa City this fall. The commission said it would refuse to recognize Frazier be- cause of his "failure to defend his title against a bona-fide con- tender in 1C monlhs." or since Frazier won a unanimous deci- sion over Muhammad Ali in New York March 8, 1971. John Miskovsky, chairman of the commission established by the Oklahoma legislature last i for year, said the commission ilc- GET A HONDA MINI OR TRAIL BIKE FROM Fold-up, go anywhere, Smoke-free, 4-stroke overhead cam engines like the BIG Hondas! Now your Honda dealer offers special savings during Honda Mini and Trail Bike month. Test one! ol entry, Vancouver plus freight and handling. tcrmined ''the most logical hnna-fido contender to be Olym- pic heavyweight champion George Foreman, who is unde- feated in 36 professional fights." Foreman, ranked behind Ali as the lop challenger lo Fra- zier's title, lias scored 33 knock- outs. "Who else Is goinp In recog- nize it (Bonavena-Forcman) as a title said Bill Bren- nan, president of the World Box- ing Association told of the Oklahoma commission's action. Frazier stopped Tom' Daniels and Hon Slander in title bouts this year. Bonavena, the South Ameri- can champion from Argentina, has fought Frazier twice, losing both times by decisions. He has been consistently ranked among the top 10 heavyweight boxers the last few years. Foreman is ranked No. 3 by the WBA and Ring Magazine tinguished ride was made by New Zealander Darryl Kong who now resides in Kaj-cee, Wyo. Biding a horse named Hat Rack, Kong picked up 80 points, 13 more than Jerry Sinclair of Paradise Hills. Sask. Tliird was Bart Brower of Chase, B.C., with 65 points. A well-timed leap by Leon Early of Tow, Tex, gave him the early lead in steer wrestling. He caught the sleer off-balance and held on its back for a time of 4.8 seconds, .3 seconds faster than Barry Burke of Duncan, Okla. Meanwhile the Janko Broth- ers outfit of Red Deer, with driver Bill Greenwood in the box, took the lead following the opening round of the chuck- wagon races Thursday night. The rig, including the custo- mary four outriders, circled the half-mile brack in a pen- alty-free time of one minute, 14.63 seconds. The performance gave the 1965 world champion a lead ol 43-100ths of a second over (he Lyle Adam rig of Grande Prairie, driven by Dave Lewis. The Adam outfit actually had the fastest time on the program of but a one second pen- alty for a late outrider cost them the lead. Stewart Ranches of Airdrie, who under 62-year-old driver Tommy Dorchester won the stampede crown the last two while Bonavena is No. 7 in the j years, placed third with a time I WBA rankings and No. 5 in of Close hehind were i Ring's. t h E Archie Hackwell rig of Grande Prairie In and Newell Brothers of Rockyford, i i 11 Alta.. in baseball THE WORLD'S LARGEST MOTORCYCLE MANUFACTURER DISTRIBUTED BY: CLARKE SIMPKINS HONDA 760 ALDERBRIDGEWAY. RICHMOND, B.C. LETHBRIDGE HONDA CENTRE SALES SERVICE 2nd Ave. S. Phont 327-6889 Southern Alberla'J Largest and Most Progriuive Motorcycle Dialer Mike Matkin liurled B one- hitter and guided the Sox i to a 13-9 win over tlie Orioles in Lakeside Little League play Thursday night. Jamie Henderson look the loss giving up 13 hits. Matkin aided his cause with a double and a single while Frank Novak stroked three singles. George Hiraga managed a double and a single for the losers. MOBILE HOME Double Wide 24'x40' 3 Bedroom MIDWEST MOBILE HOMES PHONE 327-1986 DARTS COLTS CHARGERS 2-DR. HARDTOPS 4-DR. SEDANS As Low as 5-DR. HARDTOPS 4-DR. SEDANS STATION WAGONS 05 As Low as POLARAS MONACOS 2-DR. HARDTOPS 4-DR. HARDTOPS 4-DR. SEDANS 2-DR. HARDTOPS STATION WAGONS DODGE PICKUPS PRICED TROM 2-DR. HARDTOPS 4-DR. SEDANS 4-DR. HARDTOPS Low DEAL NOW AT YEAR END DISCOUNT PRICES! BEST SELECTION EVER! Accepted Chrysler Crodil Finonr.iiif) SEE THEM TODAY AT KING CHRYSLER DODGE 3rd Ave. and 11 St. S., Lelhbridge. Phone 328-9271 Race results CALGARY fCP) Victoria Perk race Thursday: FIRST claiming, 3 year 7 fur- Trip (Rycroft) 11.70 3.50, Conita fLevIne) 4.DQ Never Silent (Wiseman) UO. Time. Summer In Rome, Miss Ballaspree, Gallant Apollo, Celdor, Wild Roujer also ran. SECOND Sl.iOO, claiming, 3 year olds, 7 fur- V.'ilfi Speed (Inda) 7.60 X.OO 3.2D Reved Up (Sanchez) 2.90, Shining Cloud (Sladnyk) 2 90. Time: 3-5. Canalta Rocky, N i t e, Madam Fitzgerald, Sparkle's Lair also ran. Track Scratch- Fix A DAILY DOUBLE: THIRD claiming, 2 year olds, fur- Star Pine (McCaulevl 12.30 S.30 4.40, Minil's Sister (Indal 12.90 10.90, Aqua- delle (Shields) 5.10- 1-5. Swift Cash, Return Fare, My Ela- tion, Rapsodia, Chine's Sun God also ran. QUINELLA; FOURTH claiming, i year olds and up 7 iurlongi. Broken Ruffle (mdal 590 3.70 3.10, Some Hand 'Sanchez. 5.30 3.60, Day Will Come (McCaulcy) 2.EO. Time: ExnlDratp. Cheat The Bull, Junif Veen, Kool Turk, Balcony Girl also ran. FIFTH si.JNi, claiming, 4 year olds and up, I1 q miles. Royal Rouser 3 70 J.'O 3.70, WoMrrn Punnnr 7.11) S.70, Big Limn Bull 'RarrobV) 5 M. TJmp. 1 M -1-1. SIXTH chiming, 1 yni Vi JflrTik'i Victory (Rnsmuisen) 7-1. HO P, 'n 510, Rfltjal Point 'Sanchen 4.10 3'0, Shield 0' Hope (Kipling) 3.70. 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