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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE ItHTBRIDCE HERAID Monday, July 24, 197J 4WV-V J sSw v" victory for Oklahoma Kesler cvcnl Salurday bul missed liis horse oul and gol goose-egged Phil Lyne was named the rodeo's all around winner, jusl bcnling Kenny McLean Though he didn't win as much money as Berger, Lyne com-pelcd in the limed and riding events to quality tor the all around Tom Bews got bucked off his saddle bronc and had a bad lime in the roping Heg Kesler was anchor man for the winning Dorin wild horse team Despite the bad weather director Ernie Snow-den had the stands well filled and put on another good rodeo Rocky Hubley made riding the bulls while 1 lly OA11I1Y AI.USON tlcralil Slaff Writer Bobby Berger, the number eight man in the world in the race for the all around UUe, took full advanlagc of Ihe Iwo top horses he drew at Whoop-Up Days and won both Ihc tr pion saddle bronc Rodeo News and an equally prestigious bareback champion bronc called Moonshine. He spurred oul a 76 aboard Eoclco News and fiave the fans on hand Saturday a real thrill as he turned in a great ride of CO on Moonshine. The 76 and 80 were the on to that were above the next hcst score of 07. Rodeo News bucked well lor Berger and Ihe American rider easily ouldislanced second place finisher Mel Hyland of Surrey, B.C. Ilyland marked a 65 in the rain on Thursday night and the score held up until Berger came along. Berger of Norman, Oklahoma, had the 1970 world rides recorded in the riding events over the three for his victory. Third place in the saddle bronc riding was split between Canada's great Kenny McLean and Bobby Brown from Texas. Both recorded rides of 64. Berber's 80 alop Moonshine was the best vide seen in the rodeo's hard luck cowboy as he missed his champion Sam Hamilton pocketed says El II circuit this year in any of the riding events. Allan Thorpe -was a distant second to the rodeo's only double winner as he scored a 67 opening night in the bareback event. Third and fourth t CALGARY (SpeciaD-Alberta amateur golf champion team Earl Wilder of Calgary finished sixth with a 444 and Bob wo TORONTO (CP) Clarence Campbell, president of the piay "We tee! we've made a sub-stanLial contribution by Cramps turned in identical 65s. Rocky Hubley broke Berger's domination of the riding events as the Fort St. John bull rider recorded a mark of 67. Ben Hern was right behind of Medicine Hat, Calgary veterans Keith Alexander and Doug Silverberg' and John Souter, also of Calgary, won berths Sunday on the provincial Willlngdon Cup team. The team was selected on of Calgary, was at 445 after shooting a closing 69. The four member junior team also was selected in the three-day tournament at Willow Park Country Club. Making the team were: Edmonton's SHARE TOP HONORS Paul Oster, left and P. M. Gooch of Calgary shored top honors at the 1972 Whoop-Up Days race meet which ended Saturday. Oster was the top jockey while Gooch was the five-day meet's top trainer. Suitor, Gibb a Toronto television station Saturday night and offered the NHL version of Everything Vou Wanted lo Know About Bobby Hull and the Canada-Russia Series But Were Afraid to Ask: l. The Golden Jet can't play for the Canadians in the September series because he signed a contract with a World Hockey Association learn instead of coming to terms -with Chicago Black Hawks of the NHL. 2. He can't play for Winnipeg Jets of the WHA because he still belongs to the Black Hawks, contract or no contract. The NHL contends that the option clause in its standard contract binds a player to his team when the contract expires, 3. Campbell is confident that the Hawks will be successful when they seek an injunction in an Illinois court, probably within Iwo weeks, that would prevent Hull from playing hockey for any other club and 4. Just in case the court doesn't see it their way, Hull will be barred from joining the NHL players on the Canadian team because "there is no reason why we should put on parade the showpiece for the other side." DEFENDS CLAUSE In the TV appearance on To-ronlo slation CFTO and in a subsequent interview, Campbell defended the clause in the agreement setting up the Canadian team that required players to sign NHL contracts before reporting to training camp. Of the 35 players invited to join the team, Hull and defence-man J. C. Tremblay of Montreal Canadiens have signed with WHA players represent a tremendous expense to the National Hockey Campbell said. "Is there any rational reason we would want to help the World Hockey Hockey Canada, the organization o[ government, business and sports figures sponsoring the national learn, has been urged to intercede with the NHL on Hull's behalf by a number of Canadian hockey fans including Prime Minister Trudeau. Campbell's advice to Hockey Canada was to play it cool. "I don't want to predict anything in the nature of a he said. "I just hope no course of action will be recommended that will be impossible for the people involved." AGREEMENT CAME FIRST The agreement selling up the leam, including the stipulation that players sign their NHL contracts was drawn up by the NHL and Hockey Canada three months before Hull and Tremblay joined the WHA. "I[ hockey Canada asked us to reconsider Ihc Hull question il would he Ihe end of Ihc Campbell said. "They have declared Iheir support of our agreement and they're nol going lo ask us lo change il." The NHL had made a "tremendous sacrifice" in providing players whose salaries lolalled for the eight-game scries at a time when they might be drawing crowds io NHL prc-soason exhibition games, Campbell said. Some governors felt public criticism of the NHL for the Hull ban showed ingratitude. "They feel Ihc NHL has supported hockey in Canada, by providing its players for Ihis series and by contributing financially to minor hockey for years and received in return is abuse." Campbell acknowledged that his office has received some copies of a printed petition demanding that Hull be allowed to play but said "they go right in the barrel the way they come Iran the post office, in a 65 while Dale Rose and Brian Whitlow followed t h e others in the riding events and split third and fourth with a pair of 64s. Berger picked up some loose change in the bull riding, tieing for fifth with a 63 with two other riders. Berger's earnings in the three riding events totalled Arnold Haraga did his steer wrestling Saturday morning in the slack and apparently the former Canadian all around champion enjoyed his early outing as he dropped his catch in a winning time of 4.1 seconds and came away richer. Don Helmig also went Saturday morning and took second spot with a time of 4.8 and strengthened his lead in the race for the Southern Circuit doggin title. Dillon, Montana's D. J. Smith was sitting in third .spot when it was all over with a time of 4.9 seconds one tenth better than Ben Hern in fourth. The top four times in the steer wrestling were all run off in the slack and under fairly good conditions Saturday mom-ing. A DeWinton calf roper, Sam Hamilton, also found the slack to his liking and look the calf roping title with a time of 11.8 seconds. The world's all around leader this year, and last, Phil Lyne of George West Texas was only one tenth of a second slower in second place. Kenny McLean was third with a 12.1 while Taber's Ed Sparks took home fourth place money with a time of 12.3. Bonnie Lemaire was the overall winner of the gals barrel racing, recording a two run time of 31.7 seconds. Marion Gramith was right behind in second. Bonnie won both go rounds. The wild horse race winner was the team of former Canadian champion Ernie Dorm. The top money winner at the Whoop-Up Days rodeo had to be chuckwagon driver Dennis Dorchester. Dorchester pocketed over the three nights of racing, driving the championship Lee Price outfit from Calgary and also the fourth place team sponsored by Time Airways of Lethbridge. Dorchester had a total running time of and received for his winning effort. Second, with a total time of seconds on the track, was the Evan Bodrug Ranches of Calgary driven by Ed Als-tott. Third position was held down by the Jack Curzon rig of Calgary with veteran driver Lloyd Nelson at the reins. BEHIND THE CHUTES Conditions were good Saturday night in sharp contrast to the mud-howl-infield Thursday and Friday Alan Hern turned n a fine ride in the 54 holes played two weeks ago at Lelhbridge. Alexander, who made his ]0lh team, was the over-all leader with a six over par 432. Graham was 433, Silverberg 437 and Souter 441. Silverberg made his 20th team, Graham his second in a row and Souter his first. Ken Tamke of Edmonton finished fifth, one stroke behind Souter. He bogeyed the final hole for a final round 73 while Souter scored a par with a 76 18, of CalfTary; Rich Andreachuk, 17, of Lethbndge; and provincial junior champion, Kirk Manning, 17, of Calgary. Alexander is the son of Keith Alexander who was named to the Willingdon team. The four junior team members along with Doug Lecuyer, 14, and Brad Miller, 18, both of Edmonton will represent Alberta in the tri-cup competition against Mexico and California next month in Calgary. Oster By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Writer If life truly begins at 80 then Paul Oster of eastern Montana is just a teenager. Otster, a lively 58-year-old jockey, walked off v.ith top honors in the five-day Whoop-Up Days race meet which ended at Up Downs Saturday afternoon. It wasn't easy for Oster but he didn't seem to mind and he SATURDAY'S RESULTS FIRST claiming, 3 year olds and up, 3 Fa Terry (Sullor) 18-50 9.00 IM, f k Troop (Depew) 4.10 3.40, Arthur D. and Bench; Blass (11-4) R. HfrrnandM) (9) and Sangulllen. St. Louis ODD MO 020- 1 10 1 Atlanta 900 ON 3 B 1 Wise MD-10) and Simmcns; Niekro. Hoerner (2-1) (BJ Jarvis 19) and Williams. WO 583 Los Angeles ODD 100 DOD- 0 5 C Car Ion (H il and Baleman; John (B-5) Rictierl (B) and Dlerz. New York 100 010 7 4 1 San Francisco 000 040 Olx- 5 7 4 Seaver (12-7) nnd Dyen Bryanl (9-4) and Rader. HRs: Bonds (15) Henderson Chicago Ul 5 t t Houston 2DO Oil Oil- 6 10 1 Jenkins (12-9) and Hundley; Roberls Gri (in Ray Gladding (3-4) (8) and Howard. FIRST Monlrea? 100 000 010- 2 7 1 San Diego 100 OM 1 4 3 Torrez (10-5) and Humphrey; Arlin (8-11) Grlel 19] and Ktndali. SECOND Montreal 010 203 300- 9 12 0 San Diego 010 000 1 3 0 Moore (2-4) and McCarver; Kirhy (6- 1) schaeffer (6) Severlnsen (7) Acosla [9) and Kendal. HRs; Baiey Colbert SATURDAY'S RESULTS San Francisco 7 New York 1 Cincinnali 6 Pittsburgh 3 Atlanla B St. Louis 7 Houslon 1 Chicago 2 Montreal 3 San Diego 1 Los Angeles 4 Philadelphia 3 MINOR LEAGUE SCORES Pacllic Coast League Salt Lake 7-1 Portland 3-3 Tucson Tacoma 1 Albuquerque 4 Eugene 1 Hawaii 11 Phoenix LEAGUE East W 1_ Pet. GBU Dctroir 5" 37 .575 Baltimore 51 3B .568 1 Boslon -15 4} .523 5 New York A1 43 Cleveland 36 51 .414 4Vi Milwaukee 35 52 .402 15 West Oakland H 35 Chicago Jl .SU M Minnesota -15 H .5U 9 Kansas Cily M AS 11 California JO 53 .435 Texas 37 53 .411 18VJ SUNDAY FIRST Minnesota OtH 001 3 fl 1 Milwaukee 000 100 0 4 1 Perry Slrickland (9) and Borg-man; Lonborg (B-S) Sanders (9) and Felske. HR, KMIebrew SECOND Minnesota 900 110 2 12 1 Milwaukee 000 000 201- S 1) 1 Gollz (1-0) Granger (7) Slrickland (81 and Roof; Slephensnn (7-41 Reynolds (1) Ryerson (6> Limy (B) and Rodriguez. HRs: Killebrcw Scott (10) Rodrlquez California 310 110 8 11 0 NEW Yorlc 02D DOD 3 n Wriqht (11-5) Fisher (9) and Kusn-yer Stepnenson Kckich 9-9) Beene (5) Lyle and Munson. Hrs: McMulIen (61 Kosto Oakland 200 000 310- I 11 Boslon OM fin2 370 Odom, HoMiman (138) (6) Pinners (7) and Duncan; McGlothen (3-3) Ratlin (7) LPP (7) Williams (7) Krauze (8) and Fisk-Defroit 000 DM) 1 4 0 Texas 300 WO 3 S U Timmerman (7-85 Slayback (1) SeDl-bach 'fit Ecnerman (61 and Freehen; Hand ffl-6) Pina (71 and Billings. Baltimore 400 DOfl B 7 0 Kansas Ciiy 000 000 1 6 0 Cuellar (9-6) Walt '81 Alexander (B) JacKson (fl) and Drago (7-1H Nelson (7) Del Canlon (9) and Kirkpalrick. HRs: Bal-Crowlcy (i) Baylor FIRST Cleveland ooo 010 ooo- 1 t opening The Lethbridge Labor Club Athletics will move on in the Alberta intermediate "B" men's fastball playoff trial as they defeated Claresholm twice in the first round series. The Athletics dropped Clarc-s-holm 4-3 Salurday to eliminate their opponeneLs in two straight games in the best-of-three series. In Saturday's contest, the Athletics scored three big runs in the first inning and once more in the second extra win round ning of play to stop Claresholm. George Jackci wenl Ihe distance for Lelhbridge, giving up eight hits and striking oul six for the win while Ron Fix took the loss. Boh Scloguiclii rapped a double and a single and Richard Dietzen a pair of singles for the winners while Frank Keller managed a double and a single for the losers. Meanwhile the Lelhbridge Charlie Drown All-Stars travelled to Calgary the provincial bantam girl's fastball championship- but come home cmply-handed on Ihe weekend. In Ihe opening giinie, the local gals suffered a defeat lo Calgary Haysboro- but came right back and defeated Peace River 16-1. Sunday morning the All-Stars were dropped 14-9 lo Calgary H6-B1 and Fosse; Wood 05-101 and Herrmann. HRs: Johnson Allen SECOND Cleveland ool "IB nnn- 3 t 0 Chicago DID DOB 4 1 3 Dunning, Lamb (fli. Farmer (1-3) 'B> and Moses; Lemonds, Acosla Kealey (4', Gossage (61. Forster (5-3t (9) and Herrmann. HRs: Bell Chi-May Herrmann SATURDAY'S RESULTS Chicago 5 Cleveland 3 Wiinnesola 9 Milwaukee 5 California 1-1 New York 0-7 Oakland 5-0 Boslon 3-3 Delroil 6 Texas 2 Kansas City 8 Baltimore 3 CAFF 9 HIGH SPEED T1RE TUBE 1 SALESMEN REQUIRED! One for our complete line of Motor Trucks and One for our complete line of Farm Equipment All fringe benefits Guornnleed Monlhly and Transportation WO.' MISSED THE WEDDING Contocl: K. G. Supina or R. H. House International Harvester Solos A Service HyHuB 304 Stafford Driva Lothbridge, TONIGHT! EXHIBITION N.A. TITLE BOUT: K Tomasio and Pirio Suparhawk vi Vil S2 P.M. AUDITORIUM AMATA vs KROFFAT vs Portz and ELRICH TIRE LTD.I COMPLETE TIRf SALES t SERVICE 1 401 lil AVI South PKont 327.6806 or 337-4445 U- ;