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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 LETHBRIOGE HERALD July 13. 1974 Travelling to Europe for Book early Book now with ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centr.Vlllafl.Mall Phoiw 328-3201 Herald Sports LETHBRIOGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower 7th Stwt Shopping Mall Albtrtc 328-7411 ADDING MACHINES Qale Rose will attend Whoop-Up Days Rodeo Cigar-smoking bull rider By GARRY ALLISON Herald Staff Writer Dale Rose has two distinc- tive characteristics. He is a good bull rider and he is one of rodeo's biggest cut-ups. Easily recognizable at any rodeo as the only bull rider who always wears a dress shirt and a Dale has now taken to smoking a cigar while he rides. tie adds a little color and humor to an otherwise frightening event. That is why I started with the cigar. I believe the only thing better than a little humor is a little more the Medicine Hat bull tamer laughed. started riding with a butt and now I've progressed to a full length Dale said with a twinkle in his eye. It is said that the rodeo judges not only mark Bale on his spurring and. his bull's but also on whether Carrolls confuse Pirates THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Carrolls had Pittsburgh Pirates coming and going Fri- day night. After Tom Carroll Clay Carroll came in to help Cincinnati Reds clinch a 4-3 decision and sweep their Whoop-up Downs Selections FIRST For 3 and 4 yr. old SEVEN FURLONGS Should beat these Mother is ashamed ol him Will be close Watch this time Has been a disappointment Good enough for place Will have to improve Miss Robs.................... 114 Eanakis Son.................. 118 G Flame 119 Too Golds.................... 118 Sharon H..................... 109 Heavenly Min................. 114 Gallant Senor................. 119 SECOND For 3 yr. old FIVE FURLONGS Northern Invader should beat these Could upset Should be in the money Is showing improvement Needs experience Not too gallant Much improvement needed THIRD For 2 yr. old THREE FURLONGS Should beat tirase Probably place Good enough show Last starts disappointing Is improving Go For Jim...................113 Silent Ned 115 Kentucky Astro............... 113 Quaintly Blue................. 108 Quick and Bold............... 113 Gallant Sis 115 Lynn Rocks Pebble 113 Dashing Blue................. 113 Jill's Jewel...................113 Heppners Fairy............... 115 Be There Julie................ 105 Kenyon Field 113 Miss Galena Bay.............. 118 Needs experience FOURTH For 3 yr. olds and SEVEN FURLONGS Fire Line.....................119 Who's Laughing ..............119 Short Lu 114 Spot Hunter 114 Twilight Mood 119 Teriaki 122 Ryslo 122 Shuswap Sam 119 Big Bambi.................... 122 Tide Your Fancy.............. 114 With his own kind Speed in the race Could surprise Consistent sort Not with these Not in habit of winning In a tough spot Recent winner Not likely- Likes Lethbridge track FIFTH For 3 yr. olds and SEVEN FURLONGS Dreamin Demon.............. 116 His kind Speed's Beauty...............117 Should go well with these Stormy Summer.............. 117 good summer Sky Fire...................... 122 Will pick up some Inconsistent sort Has been a disappointment CoL'Id surprise Showing improvement Yeal.......................... 114 College Count 122 Kokhua .....................122 Maris Pass 117 Little Beck.................... 117 Needs more distance SIXTH For 3 yr. olds and FIVE FURLONGS Can handle these Will be tough Will be close Summer In Rome 119 Ta Tayet 109 Mr. Rideabout................ 122 Wilyoabie..................... 114 Long shot Denver Spread 122 Northern invader Mint Green................... 117 Not running well Not likely SEVENTH For 3 yr. olds and SEVEN FURLONGS Young ladies favorite Consistent runner Old-timer should go well Unknown Not with these Over-matched Has been running well Joanie Pie....................119 Canels Pride 116 Croft Lake 114 Acrobat Boy.................. 114 Cariboo Trail 116 Raes Auction 111 Duel Fair..................... 116 EIGHTH For 3 yr. olds and FIVE FURLONGS His kind in distance Has speed First start Royal Horse Guards..........122 Fleet Nickel ..................117 Where You Go................ 122 Reserved Speed.............. 119 Robins Ranger................ 119 Tommys Two Bits............. 119 C C Magic 122 SCRATCH TIME A.M. POST TIME P.M. BEST PIE No. 7-7th Race LONG SHOT WITH A BE THERE JULIE No. 1-3rd Race Better use the reserve Will need one Very unlikely Last starts disappointing DON KIRKHAM INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. National League twi-night doubleheader from the Pirates. great to beat Pitt- nice to beat the hometown said Tom a rookie who grew up in Pittsburgh. After the Reds took the first game Carroll got the sec- ond-game assignment and pitched efficiently while his three brothers and three sisters looked on and cheered. He was taken out of the game in the ninth inning after giving up a leadoff hit. In came the other Carroll and the veteran got the next three outs to secure the rookie's se- cond victory in his second start. Atlanta Braves beat St. Louis Cardinals 7-3 in the first game of a double- header before losing the se- cond 10-0. Houston Astros trimmed Chicago Cubs San Diego Padres nipped Montreal Ex- pos New York Mets down- ed Los Angeles Dodgers 5-2 and Philadelphia Phillies beat San Francisco Giants 6-2. It may as the song a long way from May to but it's even longer when you haven't won a baseball game from October to July. The last time Dick Williams' team won a game it made Oakland A's world champions last October. Fri- day night. Williams' new California final- ly won one. After losing 10 un- der their new they finally won 7-0 over Boston Red Sox. That left the last-place Angels IGVa games behind the A's in the American League's West Division. The Angels had dropped a club record 11 in a but the streak started under interim manager Whitey Herzog. least we finally got our first Williams said. the first one of what I hope will be many. knows I don't like to lose. this is a little different because we have to find out a lot of different things. We've got a lot to many changes to but we've got to do it The Angels won behind the 0 10-hit pitching of rookie Ed 1' Figueroa and home runs by 11 Winston Llenas and Frank 1 Robinson. DOUG BOYER Sales Representative Continues to Serve Southern 308 9th St. S. Phone 328-1228 Cleveland In- dians whipped Minnesota Twins Chicago White Sox nipped Baltimore Orioles New York Yankees blanked Oakland Kansas City Royals drubbed Detroit Tigers 7-2 and Texas Rangers edged Milwaukee Brewers 4-3. 1a.m. to 8p.m. Daily or not he keeps his cigar lit and continues puffing. At a recent rodeo Dale and cohort Allen Hern dressed up as and hosed down a behind the chutes as well as rodeo producer Reg Kesler. Even the bossman has to keep his head up when Dale is on the prowl. Besides his antics and gim- this serious looking cowboy with the personality and tremendous sense of knows how to ride bulls. In 1973 at the Calgary Stampede he won the first go round in the bull riding by besting a bull called Devil's Nest. That bull had thrown 301 consecutive including many National Finals before Dale rode him. He received for his winning effort. He was also named the all around cham- pion at Calgary last year. This year his ride on the first worth 76 stood up throughout the rodeo and captured the top spot in the only go round. He rides to- day in the finals at Calgary. He is the top money winner in Canada thus far in 1974 in the bull riding and sits in fourth spot in the bull riding on the Southern of which the Whoop-Up Days rodeo is part of. He will be one of the main attractions at this year's Lethbridge show in the bull riding. When Dale draws a bull at a rodeo the first thing he does is find out about the animal's bucking pattern. He then tries to fit his ride to that endeavoring to out-think the bull on every jump. watch the bull's trying to see which way he'll turn. If he is a I try to get on the inside of and jump off away from the spin when the ride is He applies plenty nf rosen to his gloved hand and wraps the bull rope once around his securely snugging it down. Dale had a reputation of on his bulls a few years back but has over- come that dangerous habit of late. He has payed the penalty for mistakes on the crushing a vertebrae in his breaking his and accumulating numerous strains and including a painful upper-leg injury suffered at Fort Macleod. don't worry about hang- ing Dale said. just as soon complete a good ride on a bull and worry about getting off when the time Dale picked up the nickname early in his rodeo career. was at Edmonton eight years ago when I was starting and I wore a hat that reminded everyone of Hoot Gibson's big hat. So I got from everyone and it Dale follows a philosophy of treating people being loyal to his friends and having a good time. Part of that good time com- es from his favorite form of and gambling. He loves blackjack. And you'll find him in the casino at rodeos featuring these gambling facilities and quite often you'll spot him in Las Vegas. won in .Vegas a year ago during a good he recalled. This year he was a frequent visitor at the Calgary casino and pocketed over by mid-week and was looking for more. He has lost too. dropped a or so a number of times in he fully certain that he would recuperate these losses. who started as a calf was born and raised in the Medicine Hat area and credits another Medicine Hat bull Rocky with having had the most influence on his riding style. taught me things and gave me encouragement when I needed it. He also has given me a swift kick when I've needed that There are few personalities in rodeo to compare to Dale a funny man in an un- funny business. Keep an eye out for Dale at this year's Whoop-Up Days rodeo. He'll be the only one wearing a smoking a cigar Dress-up occassion bull riding is a dress-up event for Dale Rose Race results CALGARY Race results Friday from Stampede FIRST S4.000. claiming. 3 year olds. 6 furlongs. Toleson 58.70 21.80 Atterol 6.30 3.40. Chino's Brave 3.10. 2-5. Quiet Carpathian. Touch Of North Miss. Lehi Alkie also ran. SECOND 4 year 6 furlongs. Rain Taurus 6.40 3.90 3.30. Special Blend 3.90 Beau Arctic Arctic 3.90. 4-5. Chino's Jet Mister Alberta Prince Bully. Pequina Princesa also ran. DAILY THIRD 3 year 7 furlongs. I Forestry 6.30 2.90 2.50. Prince Miche 2.80 Stormy Spirit 2.90. 2-5. Sante Fe Rancejo also ran. S6.70. FOURTH 4 year olds and miles. Jellico 12.50 6.60 4.10. Pam's Delight 6.30 Monta's Gem 5.50. 2-5. Arctic John. Lustrous Kaps Uncle Smoothie also ran. FIFTH 4 year olds and 7 furlongs. Yalta 11.90 6.20 3.40. August Morn 7.40 Hickory Staff 2.80. 2-5. Some A Mistake. Hey Tudor Tarts also ran. SIXTH 4 year olds and 7 furlongs. Silver Double 5.40 3.20 Chief Return Fourthought 2.50. 3-5. Count Windsor's Kool Colo also ran. Enid Pepper wins title TABER Enid Pepper captured the 1974 Taber Ladies' Open Gold Tournament staged recently. Pepper finished the 18-hole event with a sizzling 89 and bested runner-up Chris Taniguchi of Taber. Pepper was the defending champion. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES ANYTHING FIBREGLAS we can REPAIR at Jim McQuarrie Manager WESCANCARTOP Coutts Highway Bus. 328-4676 Res. 328-4589 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 AMERICAN LEAGUE East W L Pet. 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