Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
12 THI ICTHBKIDGI HERALD Saturday, July M, 1572 Alberta open inn'lcr irav a I, Rdmontwi Rhoades, Klatt share the lead EDMONTON (CD Ama- teur golfer liny llhoiules of Ed- monton says he'll have to keep his wecige hot to take sole pos- sesion of (he lead in tlie secoart round of the Alberta open golf championship today. Rhoades and a 23-year-old Ed- mon ton professional, Hoger Klatl, each stroked live-under 65s Friday to share the open- ing-round lead of the three-day tournament. "The wedge is my key nhoiidcc, 32, 5. id in an inter- view. Ho says lie has rot bem play- ing well ant. the 68 was his 'l-it sub-par round of the tLnSon. II also tied his Dest lifetime .score. Klatt said his key club his driver '.IE figures he only made five mistakes on the pir 7! Highlands Golf Club. One ol thoso errors cost him two strokes. He was one stroke better liian Rhoades on the 18th hole when Race results EDMONTON tCPi Northlands FIRST allowance, 1 year old mai- dens, 7 (jrlongi. Baltic Prince (Hamill) 4.BO 3.10 260, So-i'Cia) Sleek 10.10 S.JO, Belmonf Read (Kipling) 3 90. Time; 2-5. Vic's Girl, Tudor Beau Arctic, Sheba's Shade also ran. SECOND I1..1CO, claiming, 3 year olds, 7 fur- Family Blue fCombsl H 10 5.70 i.JO, Barry T tHedcei 6.00 5.00, Chino'S (Kipling) i.ED. Time: 1-5. Clever Boy, Count Dirk. Old Time Money, Three 01 Hearls, Happy Holi- day also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: 147.50. THIRD claiming, 4 vear olds end up, 7 furlongs. Jer Courier (Rasmussen) 5.90 3.30 310, Silky Page (Kipling) 3.iO 3.30, I Miss You (Biliingsley) 3.BO. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic Capitol Furniture Bldfl. "4 SAND GRAVF1 ASPHALT TOLLESTRUP SAND AND GRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd. PHONE 328-2702-337-3610 A Time: 4-5. Bally Go Go Anlla D, Touch 0 Erin, Some Turk also ran. QUIHELLA: HMO. FOURTH claiming, 4 ytor olds and UD, l1 a miles. Le Brigadier (Sanchez! 6.10 d 10 5.60, Parkland Prircp (Levine) fi.iO 4.30, Shy Pirate 'Kipling) Z.W. Time: 4-5. Opera Slsr, Reserved Speed, Flag Reaction, .Vionty B, Dewey Boy also FIFTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs Noacceplion (RcSTiusserO 12-50 5.10 3.30, Morning Mas'tr iHedge) 5.00 Crows Mile (Gould i -UD. Hungryhawk Tropical Treasure, Time: Johnny Red, Fermerrt also ran. EXACTOR: J49.20. SIXTH clalmlnfl, 4 olds, 7 lur- Isla'nd Master (Rasmussen) 5.00 3.10 3.50, Success (Combs' 3.30 2.30, Western Runner (Shields) 2.50. Time: 3-5. RuMah Country, TwIligM Mood, Rov- ing Doctor, Faslascanbe also ran. SEVENTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, 1 1-14 miles. Carmengay (Combst 16.50 700 400, Pandora's Bax (Hedge) J.60 3.50, Blue Caral 'Sanchez) Time: 25. Vast Opporl unity, Mlghly Hawk. Slokes Road, Pocket Boss, Nulkl Bay also ran. EIGHTH handicap. 3 7 fi IQIOG Run For l.ifr 'Lcvinnl W nn W 6.50, Co Existent-? 7.in Blue Bonus- 4.50. Time: Bofinie Brier Maple. Grandchere, Sweet Byeandbye, Llltle Gypsy, ilor- also ran. NINTH claiming, t year oldi and up, 7 furlongs. Sabre Wind (Billingsley) 3.90 3.10 3.10, Jcllico (Rasmussen) 3.HO, Multl Special Wiseman) 3-BO. Time: J-5. Polish Rod, Miss Joacl, Buster Kid, Lyndon Valley also ron. OUINELLA: 113.70. he overshot the and wont one over par for the hole. Had he pared it, he would have brought in a 65, MARTEL HAS MARK Thw course record nf 04 is held by resident professional Henry Marlcll, who shot a 72 Ono stroke behlmi leaders were Boh Cox Jr. of Vancouver, Greg Fitter of Pali- sades, Calif., anu frank Fowler of Calgary. Cox tore up courses across Canada In 196D when he won five major tournaments includ- and Alberta opens. Pitzer has won on the C an a d i a n tour this season, winch makes him the No. 2 money-maker on the tour, Al- berto Rivadeneira of Colombia has earned but isn't play, ing in this tournament. Five golfers, including ama- teurs Don Graham of Medicine Kat and Ken Gray of Calgary, were tied for third place with 68s. The others were Toronto's Gary Pilchford, John Calabria of Rochester, N.Y., and Don Fairfield of Palm Springs, Calif. Ten golfers carded 69s and nine brought In one-undcr par 70s. Well-known Canadian profes- sional Moe Norman of Gilford, Ont., was one of the golfers fit 70, but Al Balding of Toronto hod a 74. The winner of the 54-hole event will receive Ine Alberta Open Is the sixth stop on the seven-tournament Cana- dian tour- Both Klatt and Rhoades know the Highlands course well. Rhoades has been a member of the club for 17 years and Klatt, although he Is the pro at an- other course, has been playing at Highlands for the last six weeks. Weather forecasts called for continued sunny weather when the second round began at a.m. today. SIMPSON INK PACT NIAGARA FALL, N.Y. (AP) Running back 0. J. Simp- son, in the final year ol a four- year contract, signed a new multi year agreement Friday with Buffalo Bills of the Na- tional Football League. ANDY CAPr AN TORGET. 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