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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, July 14, 1972 THE LETHBR1DGE HERALD 11 Rodeo, chuckuoagoiis Lo follow Whoop-Up Days kick off with horse races HEADING FOR WHOOP-UP DAYS Action such as this will be part of the 1972 Whoop-Up Days show which gets underway Monday at the Exhibilion. This scene is the Calgary Slampede as Floyd Daniels hangs on his heels just before biting the dust during novice saddle bronc riding at Calgary. The rodeo slarls Thursday at eight at Lethbridge and runs for ihree days wilh some of ihe top cowboys in ihe business ex- peeled to be on hand. (CP Wirepholo) Giants hammer Maxwell They're off and running, Lethbridge Exhibition in the second round, i roping with a lime of 12.9 sec- 1 ond round, a 71 lolal of 134 lowed by the scream of meet offers the best lime of 13.1 seconds in head. bettors, will ring from from Alberta. second section put him in traffic jam developed the saddle bronc compeu- grandstand and surroundings Montana and the place tie with Pat top 12 positions in high marks were not an Downs Monday Casper, Wyo., for the final of the task and it appears Darryl noon as the 1972 edition electric tote-board championship, of Kaycee, Wyo., will be Whoop-Up Days kicks off make it easier for best time was Alexander of Cora, lo dcfenl because of thoroughbred lo follow the odds. Even David Brock of a total of 145 points 145-point total. Post time Monday Is camara system has who snaked liis head, is expected to Berper of Norman, Okla., o'clock and will remain on to afford the his steer and Iwo go-round the day's point ride same each day for the luxury of remaining animal in 11.5 Jack Ward of a 65, but he was bucked olf meet. The regular post time grandstand and still gave him the lead in Tex., and Pete Gayc Ihe first go-round, leads the two has been changed due track of the changes in go-round, which Tex., marked section wilh 68 points. daylight saving time and although he had no point rides in the slecr wrestling, Ihe Iwo hibition officials are hopeful new finish line, the first section which round leaders encounter- one hour later start will the one at out of the running for have 132 points after difficulty.. office workers a chance to will also be in use 13 points behind Muchmore of Helena, maybe the last three of McDowell of winner of the first round races each paddock area has took over second Mahan of Fresco, 3.8 seconds, got a 7.7 drop Whoop-Up Downs, itself, a new look for the meet and things are all set to the second go-round of the nigh mark, for the fiflh place over-all. never looked better and officials are oplimislic of a banner Calgary Rex Placing was experimented Trent, Tex., with the CALGARY SHAMROCKS during the 1970 show and in calf roping and ings were encouraging. headed a list of Ji LETHBRIDGE NATIVE in the south took to the who dominated the and in 1971 shattered the six-day pari-mutuel mark by Stampede's rodeo events FRIDAY, JULY Most of which has look the ARENA Adull, Sl.OO-12 and Under put right back into the meet for this lend in calf roping with a combined time of FASTEST GAME ON TWO FEET" Studenls and Pensioners Solely the responsibility of thanks to a strong Lakers come up short HOLIDAY SALE LLOYD lo hit Ihe Uie remaining two Herald Sports an American allowed only a pair "I can't make any was replaced by can commented a In the top of the Ferchuk, who Lelhbridgo Lakers' field while having a in the first ager, Doug going for six innings while Frier had just watched did some relieving Lakers suffer their the r o n s c c u live Alberta Major Basebn.ll League loss, Sonni-ag entered Jbr ball game with one away n 10-3 decision lo the he eighl h. No runs Giants at the Henderson Ball Park Thursday against Eormlag who finished the game on The loss was the for the fourteenlh in the last 16 starts which puts them well below LeLhbridge Native Sons desperately need a Keiber paced the Giants' 10-hit attack, stroking rigrr .500 Major Lacrosse while Stew Heron As in Ihe case of many over the visiting Jones chipped in with Hie Lakers' ball games, Shamrocks of singles ran into trouble right from two clubs will face start. The Giants scored four t li e r tonight in order t o make up for a postponed managed a double while three other Lakers FORD FAIRLANE WAGON In Ihe lop of Ihe first earlier in the in the and knocked losing Shamrocks in Calgary, V8 Sid Irons., Radio 1 Jr 1 1 Randy Maxwell, out of the box after seven the four-Learn league with 30 pouiLs, three more than Calgary Jimmies snapped a 3-3 tie with a six-run wilh black interior "We've got to gel our who havo registered in the sixth inning ior crs working hard in the lo triumph over Red couple of innings in order only four games Thursday slop our said Frier. "Our pitchers have to make up their minds lhat the early innings are tough, and strikes must be he added. Alter the disastrous first inning, the Lakers settled down somewhal, but ran into the Sons have to win all their remaining games and hope the Shamrocks lose three of their four. Game time is set for 8 p.m. ?.L (he Henderson Lake Ice outburst tagged righthander Al McKee his fourth defeat of the season, and propelled right-hander Chris McKinnie to his second win. McKinnie scattered five hits and was only in trouble in 1969 RENAULT 4-DR. Dark green color, overhauled 1 malor ond Irons., 4 speed, radio ble again in the fifth and when outfielder innings, which, needless lo L T Pis. Cal. Sham. 15 5 fl usually used as finally sunk the Lakers' Sons 13 7 1 stroked a Royals 5 12 2 12 Taber Hawks 4 13 3 During the two innings, Giants scored six runs on five hits and three G A Pis. Chris Roa Sham 33 53 ..400033 10 2 Lakers MO oat) 343 Loveless Wesl and Heaily MARQUIS 4-DR. HDTP The Lakers' only runs came In the bottom of the fifth Kilchon, Letri 25 35 6D Ken Boychuk, Leth 16 R. 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