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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 TMF LDIHBRHIGF MtRAlD _ lucsdny. Mny 23, 1972 A illen Ford low net winner over weekend survived two strong challenges A SMILE FROM THE CHAMPS Allen F ord, left and Doug Silverberg came up wilh the lions share of the silverware in the Chinook Classic golf tournament at- Henderson Lake over Hie weekend. Ford won ihe low net honors while Silverberg took home the low gross tille as well as the hcrse race honors. WH.i Tlfiiflfr By THE CANADIAN I'lU'JSS 21 from In A in c r 1 c a n Hockey 1 League seasons, SchulU showed lly PAT hl'Ll.LVAN lli'ralil Spnrls Wl-ill-r It wasn't mufli (lie fact Iliat Jloni: SilvurlicrK won Ilic IITO Chimiok Cla.ssiL-, il was Ilic f ishicm in which he won it. Silvcrberg, who in past jcai-i lias won First Chance and l.a.st Chance Honors in Lelhhriclfjc as well as liic comeu Souiii- ern AJhcrla, not to be de- nied his triumphs during the 5-vholc weekend tournament nl Henderson Lake (lolf Cluh. The three-day event, the sec- ond year's was clissic the Cclehrity Invitation- liroughl together Ihe best amalcur golfers in Alherta. The bcsl were on hand but the show belonged to Sili-erberg alone. SMvcrbcrg won the LabaLL's Brewery Irophy as Ihc low gross champion ot the event and then salted away his finest day at Henderson Lake with a victory in lire horse race. On the low net side of the ledger it was Allen Ford day, Ford, who each year proves his value lo the Saskatchewan Boughriders of Lhe Canadian Football League, took home Ihc Star-Lite Motel Irophy as low uet champion Ford, who spent Ihe early hours Monday morning jogging nround the lake, finished Ihe three days with a 212 low net score two belter thsn Wassleu and Bill Hicke. In winning Lhe tourney's low net honors Ford had rounds of 89, M and 117. TWO ALWAYS TllKllH It seemed cverylime Silver- herg (nnied around tliere were Laurie Scott of Edmonton and Ken Wasslen of Calgary. ''T sure had my hands full wilh those two quipped Silvcrbcrg. The personable Calgary golf- er finished (he 5-1-hole tourney in 217 strokes after rounds of 7f Saturday, 72 Sunday and Monday's 74. At Ihc end of 5-1 holes it wasn't enough. Silbcrbcrg, Wasslcn and Scoll finished in a three way tio forcing an extra-hole. Scott had rounds of 71 and while Wasslen came in wilh rounds of 75, 71 and 71. On tile extra hole Silvcrbcrg came up with a par while Scolt and Wasslen had to settle for bogey fives anil (he curlain are from Ihc liosl club while finisher Boyd Tucker. Fourth Kverson is from ('algaiy. l was Nclihy 'I'ajiri. Fleming also turned in Ihe best i A 272 score gave Gave Flcm- low net Sfore. ing of Ibc cily Ilic honors in Tori licrlando n! came up willi Ihc hcsl round :n I Ihc fifth division as he scored 2SII on Ml, !H and 117. Dob j who won low net, was second at 13abki is from Lelhbridge ;us is iliird place jilli division, turned in cards of 911, and M. Vince Tolli of Henderson Lake was second followed by clubmalcs Hieliard IJurke and lilmer Ferguson. CHIP SHOTS Big Roger Kramer, formerly with the Cal- gary Stampeders football club, wcnl home happy winning a sweater Kramer said ho had never ivcw anylhing before last year and now can boast two wins In a row Ernie Ilickc, brolher to Bill, was hit on the head Sunday but was fine Monday He was gelling out of the way of a shot but it caught him high on Ihe Bide o( the head Karl Francis did a whale of a jot) on Ihe three- day event and bad northern golf- ers talking (o Uicnisclvcs ahout the great shape Ihe Lake lay- out was in Harold Brown took (juile a about his new record on Ihc fir.st nine at Henderson lie shot a 52 on the par-37 round. Troller Jiiainlaiits Jiol hand, Weatherman had his fun at Taber U'aldheim, one of two M'Kiday New York Hcidcrs of lire' WJ1A lo inulli-vear cnnlracls. The anmiuiven'rrl fellow] Dave Schullz, no shirking wallflower on Ihe ice, showed (luring Ihe weekend he's not ad- verse lo triggering sparks Ix1- Iwccn the N a I i o n a I Hockey by one out nf Philadelphia set an ML standard of League nnd Ilie as-yet-fo-get- j in which the off-the-ground World Hockey Schullz had Mailed Association. J pad ivilh 'lycr.s sain Uvo-year tendency lo hibenKfli; for much of the year in llle penally box. Wilh Quebec Arcs In I penalty minutes and followed it up last year at Richmond vilh minules in (lie sinbm for (he Robins. Veteran Bill Flctl, 2.1, joined Sclmllz in the Haiders" sipninqs after five years in Hie MIL, most of them spent wilh Los Angeles Kings before moving lo Philadelphia last season. Los Angeles Sharks Ihe -signing acts an international fla- vor, placing two Yugoslavians and a Hungarian on their player SAINT .IdllN. N.B. (CPI Kryczka. a Calgary lawyer, lold rosters. The Canadian Amalcur Hockey i nle delegates Association will provide strong j rc cnnlinucd lo pa opposilion lo anv government intervention in Ihe control of iIcdcral hraU" last year, called for creation of a new structure whereby the country would be divided into regions and hockey named, "pins p; gional commissioners." amateur hockey, CA1IA presi- dent Joe Kryczka of Calgary said Monday. Speaking during the second day of. the national association's six da; annual meeting, Kryczka t.'itJiiojiefJ delegates ahout "a move afoot to create some more hurenucralic groups Wlialcr.s li.st Sun- day with goallender Bruce l.an- don pullinp his signature a Lwo-year contract. Landon p c r F o r m o rl with Springfield Kings of the Amcn- uld be divided into Springfield Kings of the Amc a commissioner of can LeaSuc this past season. aed, "plus paid re-i Whalers earlier raid "Amateur hockey operates in this country because of the vol- who would he paid commis.sion- j _ _ _ C11V crs, or (he paid employees who would run hockey in this coun- A coniplele disruption of ama- in the snowbank wilh the kids, involved nt the who Ihen eels administrative level, Kryczka teur hockey would be the result I said. of government intervention, he! saicl later in iJilen-icu. you c'.er destroy that mols .slim-lure JIK! rc- A report pi't'narcd by Dr. placr il. wilh pnid civil servants John plnsical oduca- or some other Ihe f thr people ided the NHL Lo sign forward Pleau of Montreal and dcfenc'oman Brad Selv, ood of Toronto Maple I.cvifs. Thoy also picked up fnnvanl Tim Slioehy from the t'.S. Learn. The WHA .wheduled to Iwgin opemlions Diis in al rang down on Ihe champion- ship final. It was Jilfe a repeal perfor- mance in the horse race as Silverberp, Wasblen and Scott wore still alive with (wo boles In go. Scolt hit Ihc sidelines on tfic eight hole after a brilliant performance that saw him (hree-iifjder before (he eighth hole. It was also disappointing to Wasslcn. Wasslcn cradled a putt for a birdie on the ninth bole to within three {cot of the pin but Silvcrbcrg, in true championship style, sunk a CD- foot putt for a birdie. Defending champion Keith Alexander of Calgary was in a tie for fourth with Terry Kim- mell also of the Cowtown. Ale- xander had rounds of 70, 71 and 7fl while Kimmell scored 71, 74 and 75. Tlic top low gross score for local golfers was turned in Alex Murrell with a 230 on rounds of 7fi, 7-1 and 80. Rill Karbashewski of the bost club won the first division wilh a 234 after rounds of 79, 77 and 78. Briar. Gccldes of l.ethbridge was .second in ihe second di- vision with a 235, four slrokus better than Tom Boullon and By GATtKY ALLISON Herald Staff AVrilrr If you didn't like the weather at the Tabcr rodeo cither Sun- day or Monday, all you had to do was wait a. few minutes and it would change. The 32nd an- nual rodeo had wind, sunshine and rain. Thc winners in (lie limed ev- ents missed ihe downpour Mon- day afternoon as they com- pleted their tasks during Sun- day's show. Sparky Trotter, Clawston, B.C., roped his calf, in 10.G sec- onds and won his second con- secutive rodeo calf roping title, Sparky, who won Uie Stavcly show Saturday, was also named the high-point winner at Tabcr. One tenth of a second behind Troller was a Del Bonila roper, Conrad Walburgcr. Third spol was taken by six-lime Ca- nadian calf roping king, Lome Helena, Montana cowboy, .Tim Harris, also worked on i Sunday and grahhed off the steer wrestling title with a Unto oC 5.3 seconds. Oscar Walter, Lelhbridge, dropped his sleer in 5.5 seconds and placed second, finishing ahead of former Canadian slcer wrestling champion Dave Pcnncr. Penner look seven sec- onds lo get Ihc job done, Bobby Brown, Tvan Dains and Shawn Davis, three of. (he best saddle bronc riders in the world, finished one-lwo-lhree in the bronc riding Brown .spurred out a 72 aboard a former world cham- pion horse owned by the Reg Kesler Rodeo Co. called Rodeo News. Dains garnered poinls aboard Horn Toad and Davis, a t o p a bronc with the appro- priate name of Cloud Burst, marked a fi7. Bews, Joey, look the amateur bronc riding with 07 points while (he team roping honors went out lo Roy McPeak and Cliff Vandergriff. Frances Churh beat out the- Duce family in Ihe barrel race wilh a time of 10.4 seconds. The Duce girls, Jerri and Joy, placed second and third respoc- lively. While Dale Rose ot Medicine Hat didn't win an event he earned enough money to be named the show's all around champion. BEHIND THE CHUTES Boys' pony riding highlighted NATlONAL LEAGUE -w York iltsburgh Same trio ill front at Indy INDIANAPOLIS f A PI Bohhy Unser, Peter nevson, Mark Donohue. The names are the same. They're living on the same street for a while again, although Iheir house numbers have been changed. They are the front-row sillers for Saturday's running of the Indianapolis 500-mile race. Unscr has (he pole position, Revson the middle spot and Do- nohue the outside. If il all sounds like a replay of last year, it almost is. For that one, it was Revson, Donohue and Unser. Tho similarity ends Ihcrc. Unscr, who is beginning lo ac- Murray Mills also of Lclh- bridge. The low net honors in J the- second division went to! morc rccords lhan any olher driver nrmmrl. shot the Indianapolis Motor Karbe.shew.ski as well wilh '.T i course records out nf during the first full session tion professor of New Bnmsv. irk ton. was Ihc f' Mor e on people who ;irc volun- Krcdonc- leering their time ;ire fining to say they don't want aii> part of that kind of an Any such povcninient move would be "an unwarranted in- trunnn into amateur lie saifJ, Kryaka lold reporters Can- is makinp another attempt lo have ihe International Ice Hockey Federation allow open least nine North American dl- i Third division honors went lo ics, including four Canadian Ron Cavers of Calqary and franchises in Edmonton, formerly of Lcthbridfic. Cavers Ottawa and Quebec Cily. fiit'd rounds of 711. 77 and The U.S. teams include the for a lo nip Billy Ilickc of The bull riders completed most of their rides but the scores were all bunched In the low GOs, wilh the odd exception. One of (hose exceptions was Bill Freeman of Calpary. He marked a 71 and Look lop mon- ey in that event while another exception was John Dodds with a Gti. A 03 by Mark Twogood earned him third spol, Allan Thorpe and Happy Tag- ged split First place money in the bareback event as they Leaders stayed on lop A capacity crowd jammed the Slavely arena Saturday nipht and witnessed the close of another successful two-day in- door rodeo. The majorify of (he cowboys who held leads after the first performance saw thete leads standup throughout the second night. The steer wrestling event raw the closest compelition of the j rodeo as only two seconds scp-1 arated the top six competitors. Dave McDonald of Carselaml tossed his steer in ,17 seconds and took home the champion- ship. He was also named the all around champion. Gordon Clark, Billings. Mont., was second with a time of 4.4 seconds while 4.7 seconds was good enough for third spot for Tom Bcws. Dale "Trapper" Trottier spurred1 a Void horse, called Idaho to a 72-point ride and captured the bareback honors. SJeve Dmvney of Bntle, was next in line with a 70. Sparky Trotter's opening night time of 10.4 seconds in the calf roplnR held up through- out the Fecond niphl's competi- lion, giving Ihe Clawston, B.C. cowboy (he roping (itle. Barry Edge, Cochrane, got the job done in 11.7 seconds. TIio saddle bronc honors were split between Marvin Joyce and Bobby Brown. Both riders garnered 72 poinls Fri- day evening, and ended up wilh one more point than Shawn Da- vis. Dale Rose also won an ev- ent wilh a mark of 72. Rose captured the bull riding lau- rels, earning one jnore point than John Dodds. Third spot was shared by Dave Garstad and Brian Whitlow. Dale Albrecht showed the way in the amateur saddle bronc event, marking fifi points. Warner's Tom Ross placed sec- ond wilh a Joy Duce conlinuc-d iho Duce family's winning tradition in WNOR LEAGUE SCORES MONDAY Pacific Coast PhocnlK Hawaii 3 Tucson 5 Tflcoma 3 Sail Lake 10 Porlland S both picked up 70 points lor their respective rides. Former Australian, Doug Flanigan was third with a mark of 611 poinls. The younger brother of Tom I was going (o slop for (he rain. each performance Monday's rodeo pony chuck- wagon races and pony chariot When asked if he Reg Kesler shouted "llcck no, it ain't going to get any worse" Kesler also sporting a batman-like rain cape and a brimless one stage dur- ing Monday's rain-soaked per- formance pretty Joanne Schmidt was named Ihe Taber rodeo queen Kesler bareback One Spot, n horse, sent last year's southern circuit bareback champion, Lynn Jon- sen flying in spectacular fash- ion About 200 of the near capacity crowd remained seat- ed during Ihe downpour tho rest returned from their cars when the rain let up. ELRICH TIRE SPORT Chnrleslon C Louisville Richmond 5 Peninsula Syracuse 8 Rochester t Tideivaler 2 Toledo 1 SUNDAY Pacific Co; Houston I..DS Angeles Chica ry (3-1) Ml) rl 51. Louis (0-0) nl LOT nt Clncmnoll TODAY'S GAME3 York Gqnl d-J) rMhhL'rah Btass Cleveland (3-2) N San Francisco Barr Angles Sullen (5-0) N Allanlfl Nirkro (5-4) Grirnsley (201 N Houslon Dlerker (3-3) nnd Griffin; al San Diego Kirby (3-3) and Greif (3-J) TN PlTilflrfelpMa Sefmn nl Mon Ireal iloneman CM) H MONDAY'S RESULTS Houslon 300 001 7 11 1 San Diego 000 too o Dic-rkfr N-3) and Edwards; Acustfl (1-2) Kilkenny (9) and Barlon. Ken- clail HRs: (4) May Philadelphia HI MO 000-3 B 1 Montreal 000 330 1 0 Lerith (1-2) Brandon (51 Shcrl '4) (7) Hoerner (B) and Mc. Carvcr; Torrer (i l) and Boccabella. HR: Mtl-Fairly San Francisco 105 003 11 3 Los Angelet 021 030 B 10 0 McDowell (411 Barr (8) and Ruder; John, Slrahlcr (0-1) Mikhelson Wilhelm Rlcberl (P) and Cannir- HRs: 5F Klngmnn Tt'cson Pcrffflnrt (53 Tcconin 9 Sal' Lnk? B International Louisville 3 Rochcsler 7 Peninsula 3 Tidewfltcr 1 rhflrif.ilon 5 Richmond 1 Toledo 9 Syracuse 6 SATURDAY Turc i R 0 1 clfic i 7-n Sail 1 J Hawaii AMERICAN LEAGUE Cnsl W L Clnvolfind '7 10 Henderson Williams Davis SUNDAY New York A Philadelphia 3 Pittsburgh 1 Montreal 3 findnnati 7 Ssn Diego 3 Allanla 6 San Francisco t Houslcn 2 Los Angeles I Chicago 3 SI. Louis 1 SATURDAY Pittsburgh 6 Monlreal 0 St. Lou's 3 Chfcago Los Angples 3 Ho San Diego 5 Cinci Allanla 3 San Fr Texas Kansas City Calilornifl 11 in MS 10 .6J3 11 .617 20 ,355 man .1 "J nullifying trials ami lakins j ,hc bnrrcl racinR as shc ,our. clsc lo1'J c-cl Ihc course in the winning iowcrl- time of M.l seconds. Thc HO-year-old Unscr drove I HKU1ND T1IK fULTKS Bo.sLon-hascd W h n 1 c r s, New flieko, one of Ilic cclc- Houston, Los St. nrilles on for tlic week- Paul, Minn., nnd possibly I'liiln- had scores of 7-1, and delphia which a Now York loir- "4 for n Third vn.s John vision sporLs announcer i Sharp of Medicine Hal. al one lap at I9fi.fi7n miles per I Bud spurring out hour, 17 m.p.h. faster Iban P.cv- Saturday night was in line for a franchise. SCORED 18 f.OAl-S Flcft, recovering from sur- gery lo his righl. shoulder. R4 for Sharp of while hridyo. nml Jim ol Welling had 247's. Ilickc won low net. Howard von (ho 'K slandard a year ago. Sl'KDDS ASTKR By Sunday, when every ?pnl in the field was filled, each 1 driver who Rot inln Hie field had scored 18 goals and y.2. assists fourlli wilh a threaded his way around 2'i-milc oval al speeds faster (linn Rcvson's old marks. I'jven Ihe 33rd spot qualifier, 33-year-old ex-stock car great, during Ihe 1971-72 season with up of rounds of 79. and j Calc Yarborough, got Lnlo tho the Kings nnd Philadelphia 1 Mile Tnbo was at 2H1 act. Tlis top lap and ID- while and h, Ins SchuHz tallied Ifl ponls followed by Glenn Kvcrsnn at mile average of 178.fliM would ad 2ft assists for the Rob- '250 and John Hodnarnk nt have put him on the pole last To ho and Hodnarnk fycar. pond ride atop a bronc named Vv'.-dl SI reel his .saddle came off it was a close decision a.s io uho hit the ground firM, Bud or the saddle A Vietnam returnee, Mark Van Ilouscn drew a horse call- ed Pearl Ilnrbor at Stavcly and (n make (he coincidence even more amazing he drew a bronc called Hombs Away at TODAY'S GAMES Caniornia Fooler (01) a! Oakland Odom 13-1) N Kanl (A 1) nt Cilv Urago Cl N Chicano Bahnscn (i-J) nl Texas Gn_ golp-.vshi (3-2) II I onborg (11) at Detroit Colcn-fln N Pnrry fit York Slolllpmyre 3) N Ballimo'e (O) al Elostnn H MONDAY'S RESULTS Chicago 100 004 T 10 i Texas 100 010 i fl 1 Wood, Kealy (7) FDCsler (7) Romo (1 0) iind Herrmann, Bosrnan, Panther (7) Paul (8) Llnd- Dlad (9) 2-2) and Billing California 100 000 3 T 1 Oakland 100 401 6 J l Ryan 17-'.} Queen 171 and Kusnyer; llunler (3-7) snd Dun- ran. HRs: Cal-Slanlon (3) Oak-larK- icn SUNDAY 5 CJftvrMnri n Oakland flew Yr, TC'fl5 5 ft Min Eugene 6 Albuquerque 4 c i Miiy.-aukEr 0 SATURDAY Cleveland 2 DelroM 1 TrxP5 5 Wlinncsola Oakland B Cily 3 Hnifinnrs 6 Wliwankep 0 Chlcn.-jo B Crtlilomifl 0 UoiiQT] nt Ncv; York, poslpcr Tnbcr Rob Robinson nnd Cooper formiiiR n fine announcing learn more Uinn 2'1Q entrants compclcd nt Stavclv. ANDY I'M NOT MUCH T'SPEAK BLOKE T' TALK ABOUT-' They're here! 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