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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta -fafcntay, July 10, Wl THI IITHMIDOI HCTALD JaMin, Lu trail leader in last round Trevino closing in on British Open title ON WHAT YOU SAID! Tony Conigliaro, California Angels got in a heated dis- cuision with umpire Hank Soar, right, during game with Oakland last night and ai lost the argument. Manager Lefty Phillips (map of California on back) triet to calm his irate outfielder. Message board cautions the audience with "Censored" sign. Garstad latest victim of world champion bull CALGARY (CP) A Texan I handle is MV61 came out on top Friday in the Wi- nding at the Calgary Stam- pede. The funny name isn't so funny to rodeo cowboys be- cause MV61 is a brahma bull weighing nearly a ton and re- puted to be "unrideable." In six years, only one cowboy has lasted the minimum eight sec- onds required by rodeo rules. Friday, it was the tarn of Gid Garstad of Black Dia- mond, but he didn't last as the hump -backed brahma tried to turn itself insidt out to get rid of its rider. Only six of 14 riders scored any points. John Q'tintana of Eugene, Ore., retained his hold on first place in bull riding with 75 of a possible 100 points with his ride Thursday. Friday's bull riding was the half of the first go round started Thursday. There will be two go rounds In this event and the final will be held, together with finals In all other events, on July 17, the last day of the stampede. All other events will feature toee -go rounds. Rubber necked longhbms in steer wrestling continued to make the cowboys look silly as they refused to lie down and do as they were told. Only Steve Gramith of Tim- ber Lake, S.D., was able to score a good time 4.7 sec- onds. This put him well into the lead ahead of Billy Hale of Checotah, Okla., who scored a 6.3. In bareback bronc riding, Sid Savage of Melrose, N.M., took over first place with 78 of 100 points in the event which required the rider to stay on the horse for at least eight sec- onds without touching the ani- mal with his free hand. John Holman of Kaycee, Wyo., who posted 72 points Thursday in saddle bronc riding, retained first place after Friday's part of the go round. Tim Pratfer of Chico, Tex., was timed at 11.7 seconds hi calf roping Friday, taking over first place from Gary Murphy of Ricky, Mont. Meanwhile Tom Dorchester of Edmonton, 1970 chuckwagon champion at the stampede, took over first place Friday after the second day of racing. Dorchester, driving the Stew- art Ranch rig from Airdrie, posted a time of one minute 10 seconds Friday for a two-day total of Ralph1 Vigen of Grande Prairie, driving the R. J. Keen outfit from Fort Nelson, B.C., now is in second place witti an aggregate of and Tom Glass in the Toole and Peet rig from Calgary is third with SOUTHPORT, England (AP) Lee Trevino put on a near-in- credible putting exhibition, builied five of his first seven holes and moved out to a whop- ptog five-stroke lead today mid- uvay through the final round of the British open golf champion- The flamboyant Mexican- American, already the winner this year of the American and Canadian Open titles and gun- ning for an unprecedented sweep of three national titles in four weeks, made the turn in 31, four under par and appeared to have this ancient title wrapped Lee Trevino of the United States won the British Open goll championship today in a dramatic finish. k Trevino had a 63-hole to'al ol 239, 15 under par on the seaside Royal Birkdale links as he Bought to become the first man since Ben Hogan in 1953 to win both the American and British opens in a single year. Only Trevino's playing part- ner, liang Huan Lu of Taiwan could keep the streaking Super Mex in sight in the mild and balmy weather. The chipper Chinese, dubbet "Mister Lu" by the British press, matched par 35 out, was 10 under at the tarn and, at 244, was a distant sec ond, five strokes back. JACKLIN FADES England's Tony Jacklin, tiec for second one stroke bac! when he started the final round took a disastrous fwo-over-par six on the second hole--he was short in two and and never really recovered. H made the turn in 38 for 24" seven under par and eigh strokes back. Jacklin was tied with Smith African Gary Player, who matched par 35 going out. Trevino, who has picked u four titles on the American cir- wasted no toe in puD- ig away from the international eld. The stocky, swarthy guy, an- ered when British fans cheered as mistakes in Friday's third ound, banged in a 10-foot birdie utt on the opening hole. He caved par with a 25-footer on the second. Then came a 12- foot birdie putt on the third. He saved par from five fcfct on the fourth, and birdied the next two, giving him six putts on six holes. He paired the short seventh and then rammed in a 29-foot par-saver on the eighth. He used only 11 putts on the front nine. Jack Nlcklaus, defending champion and pre-toumament 'ontrol hurts Maxwell Cubs edge past Miners It's pretty barf to take when you fire a three-hitter and lose. It happened Friday evening at Henderson Park as the Leth- jridge Miners dropped a nar- row 2-1 decision to the Leth- bridge Cubs in Southern Al- berta Senior Baseball League action before some 160 fans. Randy Maxwell had control troubles and it proved costly in the bottom of the ninth inning as the Cubs came up with the tie- breaking run and handed the Miners only their second loss of the season against 14 wins. ANDY CAPP cuit this year and is the leading I money winner with more than I The Cubs are also 14-2. Maxwell, while fanning 10, walked nine and hit two bat- ters on the way to his first loss of the season. Winning pitcher Dennis King Jave up eight hits but was near flawless on the mound striking out 10 juniors and allowing jusl one base on balls. Cubs scored the winning run after Maxwell walked two bat- ters and hit a third. Howie Heggedal then stroked a single knocking in the winning run. Cubs led 1-0 after seven in igs. as they scored a un unearned run when Miners catcher Doug Yorgason threw the ball into left field on an at tempted steal of third base by the Cubs Tony Sutcliffe. Miners knotted the score a 1-1 in the eighth inning wher Tim Negrello's single knocker in Bob Turner who had doublet down Che left field line. Miners had scored wha seemed to be the first run o the game in the second inninf when Len Chalmers was in volved in a close play at horn plate. Umprie George Yoshina ka called Chalmers out on tine play and when Chalmers ar gued excessively he was ejecl ed from the game. The same two clubs are scheduled to play Sunday In twin-bill with games at two am seven. The game at two is a: exhibition encounter with th second game a regular leagu contest. yorite, Just couldn't get it oing. Nickl aus turned mder for the day and six under x the tournament, nine of Trevino. Doug Sanders, who lost to icklaus in a playoff for this tie a year ago, fired a 67 and as the early leader in the cusb- ouse at 285, seven under par. Australia's Kel Nagle had a or 287. He was tied with former .S. Professional Golfers asso- ation champion Stock. .on, who had a 71. At the end of Friday's third round Trevmo was confident he ad tamed a couple of tigers. Klnatana, cJLtd. INSURANCE IS JUST NOT PART OF OUR BUSINESS -IT IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS Phone 327-3009 CONN VAN HORNE JACK WARBURTON 507A 7th STREET SOUTH EL RANCHO (TEXAN] SERVICE "NEW LOOK" in "CAR CARE" Come In and Meet Our "New" Gas Hostesses Try our FAST MODERN GAS ISLAND SERVICE! Holiday Time is Tune-Up Timel Tims to vitit Ernie Rosvold our fully licensed mechanic We specialize in tune-ups, carburetor and ignition All work guaranteed EL RANCHO [TEXACO] SERVICE 6th Avenue, M.M. Drive Phone 327-5406 Race results CALGARY (CP) Victoria Park results Frldayi Flrtt claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 fur- longs Centennial Pageant (Barroby) 13.M 480 3.40, John Cyclops (Hunt) 3.20 2.70, County Scandal (Rasmussen} 6.10 Time: 1-5 Fleet Scalna, Silent Bel, Grin Fizz. Miss Tally, Dandy Speed also ran. Second claiming, and up, IVa miles Bum Money (Morris) 40.72 17.70 6.70, Bull Hunk (Barroby) 4.90 3.50, Shar- on's Star (Kipling) 5.60. Time: Haydn's Belle, Merry Sailor, Fancy Fella, Wings Of Silver, Old Army also ran. DOUBLE: Third claiming, 2-year-olds, 5 fur- Prize (D. Wiseman) 4.60 130 2.50, DIs Is (L Wiseman) 4.10 2.80, Do A (Hedge) 3.10. Time: 3-5 Rugged Art, Fire Return, Catatiouj, Davey's Hope, Kahula also ran. QUINELLA: Fourth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs Air Strike (Starfnyk) 65.20 20.50 7.50, Game Boy (Whittle) 8.00 5.60, Win- ning Gloree (Shields) 3.80. Time: Carol's Pet, West Wind Gal, Indian List, Lots O Zip, Rushing Girl also ran. Filth claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 fur- longs Miss Resolve (Jackowlak) 4.90 3.30 2.70, Willow Belle (Hedge) 6.60 3.90, Ranee Page (Morris) 3." Time: 1-S Elaine's Beauty, Kaps Call, Our Val- ley, Black Kate, Miss Tess also ran, EXACTOR: Sixth clalm'ng, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs Raider Boy (Haynes) 14.30 10.40 4.W. Extra Strength (L. Wiseman) 11.10 4.30. Sinful Papa (Kipling) 2.90. Time: 2-5 Rapid Kalak, Great Gale, Paddygo- easy, Little Gypsy also ran. Track Scratch: Passo Starmore. Seventh handicap, 3-year-olds, 7 fur- Helkey (Sanchez) 4.40 3 00 7.70, Star- ry Prince (Whittle) 3.40 2.90, Moon- light Shadow (Barroby) 3.30. Time: 3-5 Kim's Kid, Rexequas, A Powerful Pop, Maxles Heir also ran. Track Scratch: She's A Eighth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs Tallyho Joe (Bllllngsley) 75.60 5.30, Pleiades Fortuno (Haynes) 5.50 3.50, Tolo Klna (Whittle) 4.20. Time: 1-5 Chlm Cherce, Tux N Tails, Blue Lor. atn. Tlvoll Bel ID, Cariboo ran. QUINIUAl M3.JI. Get together with the easy-going flavour of Molson Golden. If s the great get-together beer for good company and good times. Molson Golden ...the great get-together beer? Minor ball The Twins belted the Royals 7-8 Friday in Lakeside Littla League playoff action. Tim Hisaoka was the winner with relief help from Kim Kirk- patrick. Doug Menatnko, who ;ave way to his brother David, luffered the loss. Brian Duckett came up with j double and a single for the winners. Ted Slusar chipped in with two singles. Jeff Virtus managed a double and a sin- ;le in a losing cause. In another Lakeside game Indians shaded the Angles with Lome Osmond picking up the WEI over Harvey Pocza. Osmond aided his own with a grand-slam home run and a single while Morgan Munroe stroked a double. Poczi came up with a double. I SPORTS FANS! by GARY KIRK KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. Htre'i thal'i hard to believe, but It'i true Stan Musial made more extra baso hill in his career than Babe Ruthl Ruth, in hil career, has a total of extra bate hili (506 doubles, 136 triples ond 714 homers) while Musial had (725 doubles, 177 triples and 475 homers) Almost nobody would guess that Musial had more extra ban hits than Ruth, but he did. What was the longest auto race ever held? It wasn't anything like 500 miles or over They held a special duration auto race in Paris in 1933 that lasted 133 days, from March to By the time the drivers had finished going around the track for 133 days, they had covered ovir mllesl Did you know that Canon- ero II, tho horse that took the Kentucky Derby and Preak- ness this year, winning hun- dreds of thousands of dol- lars, was purchased as a one- year old for lust I bet you didn't know Kirk's still has a limited sup- ply of famous Uniroyal Tiger Tread Tires at a special low price. This Is the balance of a Special Offer and purchase made directly from Uniroyal by us this spring and once they're gone you'll have missed out on one of the best tire buys to come along for quite a while. If you need new rubber for vacation better hurry in and get in on these great buys while they lastl See KIRK'S for The Best Deal For Every Wheel! KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. "The Tire Experts" Your UNIROYAl Dealer 1 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU 1621 3rd Ave. S. PHONE I 327-5985 KIRK'S FERNIE, B.C. Phone 423-7746 If KIRK'S TIRE (TABER) LTD. I 6201 SOlh Avenue I Phone 223-3441 ;