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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 12-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD July 1974 Travelling to Europe for Book Book now with ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centre Mill Phone Herald Sports LtthbridgiOfflct Furniture Lover Level 7th St. Shopping Mill Alberta Phone 321-7411 FILING a No sense we missed While his mount digs in expecting a clean this calf roper will have to try again some other time. It may have been but no cigar. New faces pop up in steer wrestling Little change in riding event leaders By GARRY ALLISON Herald Staff Writer The leaders in the three riding events at the Whoop-Up Days rodeo remained the same as the first night after completion of Friday's rodeo. The calf roping and the steer had some new faces appearing at the top of the list. Mel Hyland's 80 point outing on Silver Tip remained the score to beat the saddle bronc riding. The closest anyone came last night was a fine 76-point performance astride the Reg Kesler Hard Twist by Edmonton's John Gratton. who won the Southern circuit bronc riding title last moved into se- cond place with that ride ahead of Jim Kelts of Consort with a 74 and Jerry Sinclair with 71 points. Both Kelts and Sinclair rode Thursday. Kirby. of the rodeoing Kirby family from New retained his lead in both the bareback bronc riding and the bull taming. a National Finals saw his 76 or. the 1973 bareback horse of the year in the rodeo world. stand up under the onslaught of four new faces in the top four standings. Former Canadian bareback champion Jim Clifford had a STAMPEDE WRESTLING TABER ARENA July 22 p.m. North American Championship DANNY LITTLE BEAR vs BIG JOHN QUINN THE KIWIS vs LAflflY LANE ind BILL CODY SCHHOEDER vs MULUMMBA 5 Big Bouts Watch Stampede Wrestling on CJOC-TVS ANYTHING FIBREGLAS we can REPAIR at Jim McQuarrie Manager WESCAN CAR TOP Coutta Highway But. 328-4676 Res. 378-4589 72 on Reckless Red and moved into second spot in the stan- dings to date with one night of rodeo action left. Jirn Cammert of Standard had a 70 to move into third and fourth place was split between Brent Thompson and Bob Kartell with 65 point rides last night. Kirby's 77 Thursday aboard Ivory Lightning still stands as the best bull ride of the show and Bobby Berger remained in second spot with a 75. Mark Misner of scored the top ride Fri- day with a 74 point outing and took over third position. Three Jerome who rode and Jim Solberg and Leonard who were out last are bunched in fourth with 68 points. Rodeo clown Jerry Olsen turned serious for a few seconds last 6.4 to be exact. That's how long it took the big man from South Dakota to toss his steer and take the lead in the steer wrestling event. Times were still extremely with Olsen's run being the only one not in double figures. Danny Gittons of DeWinton moved into second with a time of 10.1 which was a pretty fair time considering that Gittons was completely turned around in the box when his steer was released. Harley Hook of B.C. had an 11.5 second run and holds down third spot. The calf roping continued to be brilliant. Jack Wallace led the ropers after the first night of action with a dazzling 9.2 second run and looked like he might end up the winner of the roping award. But Roy Grover of Carseland forced Wallace to at least share the laurels as he roped his calf in the identical time of 9.2 seconds. While there are many more ropers to go it is safe to say these two boys will be in the if not the eventual winners of the event- Larry Winkler's run of 10.2 seconds Thursday is still good for second spot but Sam Hamilton of DeWinton felt he'd like a share of that money and roped his animal in 10.2 as well. Dan Boettcher of Hanna is in the running with a 10.5 recorded last night. Pat Sparks of Taber took the first go round in the gal's barrel racing with a time of 15.5 seconds. Joy Brown of Granum was second with a 15.7. however is in the best position to grab the rodeo championship as she has the fastest time on two 31.1 seconds after a superb time of 15.4 seconds last night. Sparks had a 15.7 last night and is in second spot behind Brown after two runs. Don Coppithorne of Calgary repeated his first night's per- formance and won the wild horse beating the Albert Hunt team of Lethbridge over the finish line. BEHIND THE CHUTES Jim Clifford knocked pick-up man Greg Kesler and his horse flying as he dived to safety off his bareback horse Jim and the downed horse all walked away un- harmed Jerry Olsen and his buffalo Sam were once again the marvel of the nearly people in the Whoop-Up Days grandstand Dave scheduled to ride here will not appear due to a broken back suffered at Man. Merlin Litchfield took a couple of hard knocks from his horse in the wild horse race bull fighter Mickey Bagnell was literally up a tree trying to coaxe his pet the giant Texas down from his lof- ty perch prior to the rodeo assisting Greg Kesler in the pickup work is well-known Gordon Ross timers for the three day show are Judy and Liz Kesler the an- nouncing duties are handled by one of the best in the Bill Holt of Mont tonight's show will decide champions in all the events and gets under way at 8 p.m. Lewis replaces himself as chuckwagon leader THE BENY BOYS HAVE STRIPPED DOWN for You can talk ALEX TOKARIUK out of anything He'll give you a great buy on one of our remaining 1974 models in your choice of colors and options. The Beny boys have gone mad they've stripped for action. Come in now. Deal with Beny-You'll BENY-Fit. BENY CHEVROLET 2nd Avenue and 8th Strati 6. Phona 328-1101 J By GARRY ALLISON Herald Staff Writer Dave handling the reigns of the Lyle Adams out- had everything going his way last night at the Whoop- Up Days chuckwagon races. Lewis moved his Adams rig into first place in the stan- dings after two nights of run- compiling a time of He rounded the course in the second heat last night in the fastest running time thus to take the lead over the first night none other than himself this time in the box for the Stewart Farms rig. Stewart Farms have a total running time of after two runs. The Lewis monopo- ly is finally broken when one reaches third place in the overall standings as Maurice Normand has the Tercier Motors wagon holding down that position with a clocking of Fourth place was taken over by the L. 0. Nelson rig with the owner having a total of Action should be plentiful tonight as any of these four wagons still have a shot at grabbing the Whoop-Up Days title. Lewis has two shots at it whereas Nelson and Normand have no room for mistakes. Lewis guided the Adams rig to first spot in heat number well ahead of Tercier Motors and the Tom Healy rig with Larry Meade of Lethbridge in the box. Heat number four was a two wagon affair but-it proved to be a great race with Ken Dallas Dorchester at the nipping the L. 0. Nelson outfit. In heat three Ward Willard guided the Bob Allen team to victory. Reids Welding with Normand at the reigns and Erresman handled by Meade. Heat number five was a dandy. Bill Thompson guided the Hi Standard Charolais chuckwagon around the track ahead of the Rose Boreck rig with Dorchester up and Lewis in the Stewart Farms rig trailed the field in an ex- tremely close race. Lethbridge's colorful Sun- down Hank was left to run alone in the first heat again and made a vast improvement on his opening night's run but is still well back in the stan- dings. The Ted Salmon chariot moved into the lead after two nights of running with a total time of 113.1 seconds. Carl Salmon retained the se- cond position he held after the opening night's racing with a two-run clocking of 114.6 seconds. In third is Bill compiling a two race time of 115.3 only one tenth of a second ahead of Jack Salmon in fourth. In the first heat of chariot racing it was Carl Salmon besting Bill Thompson in a two-chariot race. Ted Salmon won the second heat with Tom Healy coming in second and Allan Hegge grabbing third spot in one of the better chariot races witnessed in Lethbridge. Jack Salmon ran away with the third heat after passing Ceaser Coppieters Jr. on the back stretch. The finals in both the chuckwagon and chariot races go tonight at 8. DUNLOP FORD Salesman of the Month Daku Mr. Lyndon General Sales Manager of Dunlop Ford is pleased to announce that Steve Daku is the Dunlop Ford salesman for the month of June. Steve is to be con- gratulated for his fine ef- forts In attaining this prestigious achievement in the sale of quality new cars and trucks. Steve extends his thanks to all who helped make this achievement possible. DUNL. FORD Panasiuk lead shaved somewhat CALGARY Bob Panasiuk of Ont. staged a late surge Friday to maintain his two-shot lead in the second round of the 1974 Canadian Professional Golfers Association championships. Panasiuk had a two under par over the Willow Park for a 133 total. Moe Norman of who had the best round of the and assistant pro Dave Garner of fired a 66 and a to tie for second with 135 totals. Panasiuk is trying to become the first to win three successive CPGA titles since Stan Home of Montreal did it in 1938. And he would like to capture the Canadian Open next week at Toronto. I'm playing so well that for the first time I feel I can win against said who plans to seek a playing card for the United States pro tour soon. Norman and Garner took different approaches when the field was chopped to the low 70 and ties for the final two days of the 72-hole tournament which carries a total purse of and a top prize of you have to do is shoot straight to score well on this said a former CPGA KEEPS IT STRAIGHT keep it straight. That's why I score well at Willow- Park. I always score well Garner said solid but unspectacular putting has been the key to his success. haven't missed a putt of more than four feet since I got Norman and Garner moved one shot ahead of John Morgan of Victoria who had 136 after his 70 Friday- He told reporters his hot during a 66 in the open- ing had cooled off but he played well otherwise. Bobby a former CPGA champ from Richmond. turned in a 68 for a two-round total of 137. and joined Bill Tape of Kitchener and Herb Holzscheiter of at five under par. Ben Kern of a semi-regular on the U.S. had a 68 that left him tied with Frank Whibley ol Toronto. Al Kennedy of and Brian Kayo of at 138. Among those inside the cutoff level of 150 was Al Balding of who struggled to a 76 Friday for a 149 total. ELRICH TIRE SPORT National Philadelphia Pittsburgh New York York Los Angeles Cincinnati Houston San C. San Diego FRIDAY'S Pitts. 000 010 8 1 Atlanta 000 000 5 0 Brett Guisti and Sanguilien. P. Niekro Frisella and Dates. Chicago 000 100 8 0 Cincin. 000 300 5 0 LaRocne Stone Todd Frailing Pina and Billingham Borbon and Plummer. Houston 300 000 12 0 St. Louis 000 100 6 0 Griffin and M. Bare Garman Folkers Pena and Hill. Simmons May Philadelphia 000 000 000 0 3 1 Los Angeles 100 001 20x 4 9 2 Twitchell Scarce 7. Wall Schueler 8 and Rau 8-6. Marshall 8 and Ferguson. New York 000 004 000 4 4 0 San Diego 000 100 010 2 5 1 Matlack and Spillner Palmer Hardy and Ken- dall. SD Gaston Montreal 000 000 020 2 6 4 San Francisco102 020 01x 8 1 Torrez DeMoia Murray and Caldwell Molfitt and Rader. League AB R H Pet. All 402 57 146 .363 Zisk. Pgh.........300 47 99 .330 SL ........293 43 96 .328 Gross. Hou...... 317 54 101 .319 Pha.....311 61 99 .318 Buckner. LA..... 327 42 103 .315 Pha....... 385 59 121 .314 Davis. Mil 345 49 108 .313 LA...... 377 55 118 .313 SL 342 59 107 .313 FRIDAY'S RESULTS Oakland 000 000 0 0 Cleveland 002 200 7 1 Hamilton Knowles and Haney. Bosman and Ellis. Cal. 001 002 100 6 0 Bait. 202 000 000 Lockwood and Rodriguez. .Hood and Williams. Cal Doyle Bait Baylor Minn. 300 021 9 0 Detroit 400 000 9 1 Goltz Burgmeier and LaGrOw Fryman and Lamonl Del Stanley Freehan Kansas C. 000 040 10 1 New York 000 101 9 1 Dal Canton and Healy. McDowell Upshaw Lyle and Munson. Mayberry Boston 000 012 9 1 Texas 000 010 8 4 Tiant and J. Brown Thomas and Sims. Mil. 000 100 200-3 5 2 Chicago Oi2 030 12 0 Sprague Kobel Rodriguez and Johnson Forster and Hermann. Mil Scott Porter Chi Henderson League Leaders AB R H Pet. Carew. Min...... 363 52 138 .380 Yastrz'ski. Bos 317 59 105 .331 Hargrove. Tex 229 32 75 .328 Orta. 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