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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta THE L6THBRIPGE HERALD Monday. July 1974 Travelling to Europe for Book early Book now with ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centre Village Mall Phone 328-3201 Herald Sports LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Level 7m Street Shopping Mell Lilhbrldp. PhoM 328-7411 S.C.M. TYPEWRITERS Alex Murrell wins Elks9 golf event Alex Murrell of Lethbridge added another piece of silverware to his show- case as he easily cap- tured the championship flight of the 19th annual Brother Dubber's Tounament held at the Henderson Lake Golf Course over the weekend. who has won more than his share of golf titles over the past few was superb to say the least as he bested some 80 duffers- in the two day event sponsored by the Lethbridge B.P.O. Elks Club. His 36 hole score of 144 was six shots better than runner up Lloyd Kansewisher of Lethbridge who rallied for rounds of 76-74 for a 150 total score finish. He also handled Al Kenwood of Lethbridge who fell seven strokes away from the Elks Club Challenge trophy. Meanwhile two other local shotmakers. Bush Williams and Vince Toth. walked away with trophies that were up for grabs in the two day affair. Williams fired rounds of 85 and .87 to defeat all senior entrants and earned the Syd Wallis Memorial trophy while Toth was handed the Tom Adams Memorial trophy for finishing as the top local golfer in the event. Other flight winners during the 36 hole tourney l-'ir-i I'lichi 1. Earl Fran- 2. Jim 3. Jim Reid. 1. Harold 2. Sonny 3. Charlie Cardston. Thinl Nielli 1. Jon 2. Bill 3. Robert Anderson. l-'iiurih Hif-hi Pat O'Con- 2. Rob 3. Loggi Erickson. Picture Butte. I'ifih flichi 1 Maurice Sosisa. Picture 2. Bill 3. Joe Pic- ture But'.e. siMh riichi i. Bill 2. Vince 3. Tom Picture Butte. S'u-iiili fliphi 1. David Red 2. Darreli 3. Ken Setoguchi. Taber. riipiu 1. Dale 2. Tom 3. Bob Brown. Ninili 1. Lloyd 2. Steve 3. Don Coutts. Ti-nih niiihi 1. Floyd Toomer. 2. Albert 3. Joe Schandor. KI.-M-nili 1. Dale 2 Sandy 3. John Thompson. Picture Butte. Deep concentration helps Alex Murrell's deep concentration on the putting greens guided him to the championship flight title in the 19th annual Brother Dubber's Golf Tournament staged at Henderson Lake Golf Course over the weekend. Murrell fired a two- round score of 144 to win the two-day affair sponsored by the Lethbridge Elks Club. West Germany becomes new World Cup soccer champs West Germany It took Helmut coach of the West Germany three but he finally arrived at the top of the inlernational soccer world. His team beat the Nether- lands 2-1 Sunday to gain their first World Cup championship in 20 years. who led his team to the runner-up spot in England in 1966 and third place in Mex- Stampede leaders CALGARY An Australian cowboy moved into contention in the saddle bronc riding event Sunday at the Calgary Stampede Rodeo. Ken Coleman of Morreen. New South had a score of 76 points to move into second place behind leader Monty Henson of Mes- Tex. Henson has 83 points. CASH FOR YOUR CAR Dunlop Ford will pay you cash for your car if it is ono of the select units wo require immediately CONTACTTHE USED CAR BUYER NOW AT DUNLOP FORD COR. Itflti AVE. AND M.M. DRfVE SOUTH Lester Gurnett of Airdrie. and John Forbes of were tied for third at 74. T. J. Walker of turned in the best per- formance Sunday in bareback riding with a 73. Mel Hyland of was tops Satur- day with a 69. Larry Mahan of Tex- still leads that event with a score of followed by Royce Smith of at 76 and Steve Loney of Great at 74. Arnold Felts of took the calf-roping lead Saturday with a time of 10.9. G.L. Longgood of Walla Tom Ferguson of and Bucky Bradford of dropped to second-place ties at 11.4 seconds. Darryl Sewell of continued to lead in steer wrestling with a time of 4.7 seconds. Bob Christopherson of Sioux moved into second Sun- day with a 5.1 clocking. Larry Ferguson of was third with a time of 5.3 seconds. Lawrence Hutchinson of turned in the best bullriding performance Sunday with a score of 69 points. Dale Rose of Medicine Hat still leads with 76 followed by Jack Hobson of. Sun at 72 Meanwhile the Norman .Nilsen outfit from Edmonton has grabbed the lead after the first four days of the chuckwagon races at the Calgary Stampede. Following Sunday night's the Nilsen outfit driven by Kelly Sutherland of Grande Prairie had a total time of The Rose Bourek out- fit from Dawson driven by Dallas was second in ico in said his team's un- derdog rating had its advan- tages. He said the Dutch ed themselves as favorites even before the final was always said that a soc- oer game lasts 90 minutes and that even the strongest team of the preliminary rounds will have to prove they are the best during those full 90 What Schoen called spirit and the will to overcame what had been called the soccer wave of the future as played by the Netherlands. That wave looked over-pow- ering in the first minute when the crowd of saw Johnny Neeskens send his Dutch team into the lead on a penalty kick. 24 minutes Paul Breitner tied the also on a free kick. The West Germans went ahead 2-1 in the 43rd minute when Gerd Mueller took a pass from Rainer Bonhof and slammed the ball home on a right-footed kick from 10 yards out. half an hour in the first the Germans profitted from a weak phase in the Dutch and at half- time I felt 2-1 was a just said Schoen. Goalie Sepp Maier and Berti who shadowed Dutch superstar Jbhnan were tested time and again by the Dutch in the second half. American cowboys lead time events in Fort Macleod rodeo BOBBY BROWN By GARRY ALLISON Herald Staff Writer American cowboys dominated the timed events at the 68th annual Fort Macleod Rodeo of Champions. The best a Canadian could do in the calf roping or the steer wrestling was a split for eighth spot. The many of them ranked in the top 15 in the world standings and past or present world are in Canada for the Calgary Stampede and slipped down to Fort Macleod on an off day to take in their Centennial rodeo celebrations. Jim Warren of led the U.S. assault on the Canadians in the timed events as he grabb- ed the calf roping honors with an impressive run of 9.4 seconds. Willard Moody of Oklahoma was second with a fast time pf 10 seconds flat while Duane Eaton of Colorado was close behind with a clocking of 10.1 seconds. Of the 74 ropers nine recorded times of 11 seconds or and all of the top eight were run off in the morning slack which took nearly four hours to complete. The only Canadian in the top eight was Kenny McLean of B.C. with a run of 11 seconds. Bob Christopherson of Sioux Iowa led the southern contestants in their domina- tion of the steer wrestling. He put the drop on his animal in the event winning time of 4.6 seconds. Last year's world champion steer Bob Marshall of San was next in line with a 4.9 second run while two more U.S. Lynn Perry and Gary split third and fourth with 5.3 second clockings. Bobby who used to call Texas home but now makes his home in helped save face for his newly adopted country by winning the saddle bronc riding. Corning off a hot where he's won over in the past Bobby spurred out the highest.mark of the rodeo with a 78 atop a Kesler bronc called Calico. Two-time Canadian bronc riding Jerry Sinclair of was second with a 74. Bart Brower of B.C. had a 69 in third spot and Dave Griffith of Pincher Creek was fourth with a 66. Another Canadian sweep oc- curred in the bareback riding where young Sundre bareback rider Gary Logan came out on top. a champion of the Little Britches rodeo last struck it lucky on Lucky Strike when his 65 point outing proved to be the best of the day. Kent Butterfield of Ponoka garnered 63 points to take se- cond two points ahead of Bob Kartell of Strathmore and five-time Canadian bareback bronc riding cham- pion Dale knotted in third. United States riders turned up on top of the bull grabbing the top four places. Jim Johnson of Texas bested a tough field of 36 bull riders with a fine mark of 77. John Davis of currently in the lead for the world bull riding had a 71 in second place. John's brother Larry was tied for third and fourth with Montana bull rider Kent Hart. Both boys had 70s. Dee Watt of Williams B.C. led the barrel runners with a trip lasting 16.2 seconds. An Oklahoma Melaney was se- cond with a 16.4 clocking. Tom Robertson of Red Deer topped the amateur saddle bronc which featured some spectacular as he gained 57 points for his ef- fort. Lethbridge's Bruce Kostelansky scored 62 points in the boys' steer two points more than second place finisher Levi Blackwater Jr. of Standoff. BEHIND THE CHUTES Long overdue recognition was given to hardworking Walter Hyssop for his 30 years of ser- vice to the Fort Macleod Stampede... Walter received a gold and silver belt buckle judges were D. C. Lund and Jim Marsh Lund was the highest placed Canadian in the steer wrestling with a seven second run he placed ninth leader in the race for the world all around cham- pionship and calf roping Tom Ferguson was in atten- dance but didn't place Dale Rose and assistant Allen Hern coming to the rescue of rodeo producer Reg Kesler when they put out a behind the chutes it didn't take Kesler long to put out the fire department some of the. best cowboys in the world were down on their hands and knees in front of the bucking chutes chasing a hapless ground squirrel The slack in the morning took over four hours to complete the fine in the area of were enthusiastic 'and appreciative of the fine per- formance the which threatened all finally came down during the final two events Jack Daines aptly handled the duties behind the microphone Liz Kesler and Shirley Clark were the timers three time world steer wrestling cham- pion Harley May didn't place in the money Rather than run an entire rodeo of slack it would be nice to see the Fort Macleod show return to a two day affair. Eaglin first one to cross line THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I don't even want a rookie to get a head start on said Larry first member of the National Foot- ball League Players' Associ- ation to cross his union's picket line. a second-year cor- joined 100 rookies and free agents in Houston Oilers' first workout Sunday. Eaglin wasn't scheduled to report until July 13 with other veterans of the team that had the NFL's worst record the last two seasons. my profession and I feel I've got an obligation to myself and my family said Eaglin. The strike of NFL veterans went into its second week to- day with picket lines at four training camps and the chief negotiator for the 26 club owners saying he is ready to bargain with the players' association. John executive director of the NFL Manage- ment said no sessions are but a call from federal mediators come at any EAGLIN A FIRST Although several among them centre Jim tight end Jim Man- dich and linebacker Bob Matheson of the NFL cham- pion Miami Dolphins and linebacker Mike Curtis of Baltimore said they will report to training Eagiin became the first experienced player to cross a picket line. In New Thompson said a statement Sunday from Bill president of the that the union would negotiate the so-called freedom issues is a good sign. at the Oiler camp in that his statement contained nothing new. The P4FLPA went on strike last Monday with battle cry No Foot- The union has 63 among them the freedom issues which call for the elimination of the reserve the option the waiver system and the so- called Rozelle which allows commissioner Pete Rozelle to order com- pensation for a club when one of its athletes plays out his op- tion and signs with another team. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE Eait W L Pel. GBL St. Louis ........43 38 .531 Philadrlphis......4240 .512 Montreal ........39 40 .494 3 Pittsburgh.......36 43 .456 6 Chicago.........36 44 .450 New York .......35 46 .432 8 Wait Los Angeles.....58 27 .682 Cincinnati.......47 36 .566 10 Atlanta..........44 41 .518 14 Houston.........43 41 .512 San Francisco 37 48 .435 21 San Diego.......36 52 .409 23 Vi TODAY'S GAMES Atlanta Reed at Pittsburgh Reuss San Francisco Halicki at Montreal Rogers San Diego Freisleben at New York Parker Los Angeles Merssersmith at Philadelphia Schueler St. Louis McGlothen at Houston Griffin SUNDAY'S RESULTS Los Angeles 4-5 Montreal 1-3. Cincinnati 2-11 St. Louis 1-2. Philadelphia 9 San Diego 3. New York 6 San Francisco 0. Chicago 4 Atlanta 3. Pittsburgh 6 Houston 4. SATURDAY'S RESULTS Montreal 6 Los Angeles 1. Atlanta 3 Chicago 2. St. Louis 3 Cincinnati 1. Philadelphia. 6 San Diego 2. Houston 1 Pittsburgh 0. San Francisco 5 New York 2. Pet. 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