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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta W.drmdny, July 11, If 71 TH1 ItTHIRIDOt HERALD 11 Tom Bews well back despite fast time Jim Gladstone takes over calf-roping lead CALGABY (CP) Canadian Cowboys, headed by Jim Glad- stone of Oardslon, d o m i- nated the second go round of the Calgary Stampede's calf roping competition Tuesday. Gladstone had a time of 13.0 seconds and coupled with his first go round time of 13.5 placed him first over-all. Tom Bews of Pekisko, Alia., had the best time in the second go round with 13.2, but his first go round time of 48.2 puts him out of the running. A go-round is one perform- ance by each cowboy and each involves separate prize money. Cowboys with the best average scores from the go rounds enter the finals a one-..... affair which lakes place urday, when the Stampede cludes. In calf roping Tuesday, Mark Schricker of Canon City, Colo., who von the first go round money with a lime of 11.8, look 16 seconds to rope his animal which cleared the way for Gladstone. In the North American sad- dle bronc riding event, Darryl Kong picked up 65 points in the second go round after tak- ing the first with 80. He nipped Mike Dayton of Walla Walla, Wash., who got 64 points. Kong's two go round lolal of 144 poinls will be the mark lo shoot at in the next three days, wilh defending world champion Bill Smith of Cody, Wyo., having a chance after E 73 in the first go round. Ned Londo, also of Cody, who tied for second place in the first round with Smilh, only had a 59 Tuesday. In the bareback evcnl. Gary Tucker of Carlsbad, N.M., was Ihe high man Tuesday wilh 71 poinls lo go wilh a 68 in the firsl round good for the early lead in the two go-rounds. The hull riding competition wenl with a "slack" section lo accommodalc an overflow of riders at Ihe slampede. The top mark was recorded in the morning when Ben Cal- houn of Canon Cily got a 73 on a bull called Double Cross. COME HERE YOU An unidentified cowboy tries to control his horse during ths Calgary Srampede'i wild horse race Tuesday. The horse wasn't having any part of of his plans. (CP Wirephoto) Giants' Parr upsets Jimmies CALGARY (CP) Left- hander Ray Parr defeated leading Calgary Jimmies for the second game in a row Tues- day night, leading Calgary Giants to a 10-1 victory in Al- berta Major Baseball League action. The win moved the second- place Giants within two games of the Jimmies in the six-team league. Parr limited Jimmies to two hits and struck out nine. Last week, he stopped Jimmies on three hits and fanned 16. The Giants mounted a potent offence in the Tuesday game, ramming 11 hits off two Jim- mies' pilchers, five against loser Doug Homme. Lyle Moffat broke a 1-1 tie In the fifth inning with a three- run homer off Homme. The Giants added six runs against reliever Malcolm Lynn in the last three innings. Parr drove in three runs with double, while Bruce Lofting and Phil Kelber contributed Iwo hits apiece for Ihe winners. In Red Deer two first-inning errors by Edmonton Blue Wil- lows gave Red Deer Elks a 2-0 Alberta Major Baseball 'League victory Tuesday night. Winning pitcher Ballou shut out the visitors on four hits and no walks. He retired the first 12 batters before giving up a single to Bruce Gullelt to lead off the fifth inning. The Elks managed only too hits off losing pitcher Stu Hen- derson but Edmonton handed the game away with a total of eight errors. Gullet led Blue Willows wilh Iwo singles while Ballou had a base on balls and a single. Jimmies 1M DM 1 2 J Giants 100032 10 11 5 Homme Lynn (6) and John. slon; Parr (5-1) end Davrcon, McCaul- ey HR: Giants Moffat (21. Angel) _ ..Mono TOO- o Elks 200 000 2 Henderson and Gullettj Bnllou and Van Ornum. 8 SOUTHERN ALBERTA SUMMER GAMES EQUESTRIAN ELIMINATION Date: Saturday, July T5 at am. location; leihbridge Community College Who May Compete: Any resident of the City of Lethbridge Age Groups: Class A 11 and Under B 12 lo 16 years C 17 lo 21 years D 22 lo 34 years E 35 and Over Evenb: English Classes English Equitation Faulr and Out Gamblers Choice Course Jump Western Classes Western Equitation Indoor Trail Class Reining Cltiss ARCHERY ELIMINATION Date: Tuesday, July 18 at p.m. Location: Archery Club Range in Indian Battle Park Who May Compete: Any resident of the Cily of Lelhbridga Ago Groups; Cndels 10 to 14 Years Junior 15 to 17 Senior 18 and Over Classifications: A, Frcostyle (bows equipped with aiming nids) B, Barobow (howi nnl equipped wjlli ing nids) SMALL BORE ELIMINATION Dnin. Monday, July 17 ol p.m. Location: Fish and Gnmn Ratine Who May Compolo: Any resident of Ago Groups; 17 Years and Under IB Yoari and Over EvcnlGi 20 Yardi Iron tight prone 50 Yards Iron or icopo tigfif 20 Ynrdi 4 positions Cost for abovo it an ovenr Rogislrnlionf. and furlhnr Information may bo obtained at Iho Cily Hnll Annex or by phoning 0-0876 SULLY SAYS I p -By Pat Sullivan m m J B ACTIVITY, in preparation lor the 1972 Southern Alberta Summer Games, has reached a feverish peak. All regions in the south will see action, in one or more events, leading to the games this weekend. The games are to be held in Bow Island, in con- junction with the Diamond Jubilee celebrations in that town, August 2-5. This year marks the third year for the annual games and Bow Island officials, like the town's Diamond Jubilee, promise a glittering show to say the least. Earlier this week the equestrian and horseshoe events for Lethbridge were staged while tennis was run off at Cardston. This evening tennis will continue at Cavdston under the direction of Leroy Walker. It is due to wrap up July 13 and 14. Also on tap tonight is small bore and trapshooting at Barons with Ken Kotkas on hand and Del Cleland supervising slow pitch at Bow Island. Friday the special golfers will compete with Wayne Bowes directing that competition while Mrs. Emma Smith will look after the golfers in the Nanton area. Saturday's agenda is full with action in nine events leading up to the Summer Games. Dee Olson will conduct the equestrian events here in Lethbridge. The remainder of the activity is plan- ned for the district. The County of Warner will be holding their swim- ming eliminations, as well as diving, at the Raymond pool Saturday at one o'clock. In case of rain the eliminations will be staged Monday. Down in Del Bonita Joe Gruninger is all set for the horseshoes while diving and swimming will occupy the time for Walker in Cardston. Cleland, who is part of the comniitlee that will host the actual Games themselves will take care of the continuation of slow pitch as well as special golf at the Foremost Golf Club. Archery will share the spotlight at Magrath and Coaldale. Joan and Hans Miehe will direct things at Magrath while Buck Geldert is in charge at Coaldale. Out Fort Macleod way Cyrt Alder will look after ten- nis while in Nanton Mrs. Smith is in charge of swim- ming. Trapshooting and horseshoes at Nanton round out the action Saturday. Guy Cochlan will look after the shooters and Mrs. Smith the horseshoes. There has been special diving clinics In Leth- bridge but response has been poor to date. The charge had been set at ?1 per session but due to the lack of interest the cost is now for the next two weeks. At the conclusion of the clinics the local elimin- ations will be held. A mix up that occurred with regards to the price of booster buttons for the Games has been cleared up. They are in all regions. Some regions may offer a 25-cent incentive for selling them but the buttons are a dollar. Rhodes wields hot bat in loss Terry Rhodes blasled two owering home runs for the ,abor Club Athletics, but they urned out to be of no avail as lis teammates were stopped )-3 by the M and K Generals n Commercial Men's Fastball ue action Tuesday night. Tron hands Warlords win Vic Tron scored his second goal ol the evening with one second remaining in the final period lo give Ihe Lelhbridge Kinsmen Warlords n 6-5 win over the Taber Bantams in Bantam Lacrosse League play Tuesday nipjil. The visiling Warlords also re- ceived a two goal performance from Don Wilson while Tim Emerson and Dave Snopek added solo markers. Elwood Mikalson lod Taber wilh a pair of goals while Cdiy Pollnrd, Herman Freiscn and Randy Sparks chipped in with singles. In a Pec Wee Lacrosse League match, the Tuber Pm Wees whipped tha Lelhbridga Kins- men Gomcta 1-3. Winning .pitcher Tom Yip held the Athletics lo six hils while losing hurler George Jackcl gave up 10 during the seven innings. Yip also aided his own cause with a home run while Bill Pereley and Lloyd Yamagishi added a double each. Hani Earle rapped a pair of singles lor the Athletics while Richard Dietzen chipped in with a double. Meanwhile in Uie exhibition match, George Santoni threw the third slrike past 16 batters and led the Miners' Library to a slim 2-1 win over the Lelh- bridge Holel Juniors. Sanloni allowed only two hils while loser Ron Zasadny gave up Ihree hils while fanning 10. STANDINGS M nncl K Genernh Holo' Labor Club Minor baseball 'llie Cardinals whipped the Giants 22-0 in Senior Little League playoff action. Doug Kilajniucl belted two doubles while Mark Baldly stroked double and a single. Kirk ATcNah added a double vhile Rick Collier chipped in with calf of All good things come to those who will wait By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Patience is a virtue lo be ad- mired. Everything comes, it has been said, to Ihose who wait. Montreal Expos and Atlanta Braves wailed and found out lhat the adage applies to base- ball, loo. The Expos and Braves both struggled inlo extra innings Tuesday night and were re- warded with National League victories. Montreal trimmed San Diego 6-5 in 12 innings and Atlanta went 15 innings to beal St. Louis 5-3. In other National League ac- lion, San Francisco Giants de- feated New York Mets 6-1, Phil- adelphia Phillies tripped Los Angeles Dodgers 4-1, Cincinnati Reds shut out Pillsburgh Fir- ales 5-0 and Houston Astros split a doubleheader wilh Chi- cago Cubs, winning the opener 6-5 but dropping Ihe nighlcap 9-5- The Expos overcame home runs by Derrell Thomas and Clarence Gaslon which slaked San Diego lo an early 5-3 lead. Ken Singleton had homered for Montreal. Clay Kirby had 10 strikeouts through the first six innings but when he walked the first two Montreal bailers in Uie scvenlh, manager Don Zlnmer went to the bullpen. Reliever Mike Corkins got Ihe next Iwo batters but walked Bools Day, loading the bases. Tim Foli followed with a two- run single, tying the score. II was still tied in the when Singleton opened wilh a single. Bob Bailey was credited with a hit when his grounder struck Singleton, retiring the runner. But Clyde Mashore fol- lowed with a double, scoring Bailey from first wilh Ihe decid- ing run. Hank Aaron poled his 658th career homer for Allanta bul Seniors golf July 22-23 The annual Southern Alberta senior men's golf tournament is set for July 22 and 23 al Ihe Lelhbridge Country Club- Registrations for the two- day event are set for a.m. Saturday July 22. Golfers will tee off Immediately follow- ing registration. Sunday (he golfers tee-off at a.m. The Calloway system will be used for all flights. A banquet will follow Sunday wilh Ihe presen- lalions of prizes al the same time. This tournament is open to all seniors 55 years of age and over. The boundary covers Cranbrook lo Ihe west, Medicine Hat to Ihe east, Vulcan to the north and the U.S- Border to the south. the Cardinals caught Ihe Braves in the seventh inning, lying Ihe score on Lou Brock's fourth hit. second stolen base, a throwing error by Earl Williams and Ted Sizemore's sacrifice fly. It wasn't much of a hit, a single thai just eluded Boston second-baseman Doug Griffin and didn't effect the game's out- come, but it might be Ihe big- gest hit Red Sox pitcher Marty Pallin ever allows. "I guess that's as close as I'll ever come to a no-hitter, said Pallin, who was just two outs away from lhat goal when Oak- land's Reggie Jackson con- nected in the ninth. As it was, Pallm pitched a powerful one-hitter as (he Red Sox downed the Athletics 4-0 in American League baseball ac- lion Tuesday night. The pilch lhat Jackson caught was a high fast ball wilh "something on Patlin said he'd throw it again in the same situalion. "I'm not going (o second- guess myself aboul lhat said Patlin. "Most of all, I wanted lo win Ihe game." In Tuesday's olher American League contesls, BallLmore Ori- oles defealed Kansas Cily Roy- als 2-1 in 10 innings, Delroit Ti- gers nipped Texas Rangers 6-5, Chicago While Sox trimmed Cleveland Indians 4-3, New York Yankees stopped Califor- nia Angels 7-3 and Milwaukee Brewers beat Minnesota 5-4. Combined with his first round tolai of 62, Calhoun has 135 poinls for the lead in the aver- age race. Tom Silverlhorne of Tonas- ket, Wash., was one of two riders who survived a disas- trous afternoon session in which JO of the 12 con-boys made a quick departure from Iheir bulls. lie got 70 poinls for a strong ride aboard Missoula, which was good for second place in the second go-round. He also holds second over-all with 132 points. In steer wrestling, Wes Zieffle of Monitor, Alia., recorded a sparkling 3.9 second high- est mark at Ihe stampede this year. A Flow time in the first round, however, will likely pre- vent him from taking the go- round average. Richard Todd of Wood Moun- tain. Sask., checked in a 4.7 for second place Tuesday. Tom Elliot of Colorado Springs, Colo., who placed sec- ond in the first round with a 4.1 marking, was knocked out of contention when his steer got away. Penalties a curve at the championship hopes of the Archie Hackwcll outfit from Grande Prairie during the sixth day of the Calgary Stampede races Tuesday. Hackwell, wilh Kelly Suther- land driving, had been leading since the second day Friday. But he had his margin erased Tuesday when he was piven six seconds in penalties, leav- ing firsl place open for Ihe Newell Brothers' rig from Rockyford, Alia. The Newall wagon, guided by Bob Cosgrave of Rosebud, Alta. eased into first wilh a penally- free running time of one min- ute, 10.62 seconds. That gava him a total time of a 94-100ths of a second lead over Sutherland. Four days of running remain. 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