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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE 16THBRIDOI HERALD Saturday, May 26, 1973 Cardston rodeo honors RCMP Ivins, Thierman leaders in opening round action By GARRY ALLISON Herald Staff Writer The second annual Cardston amateur indoor rodeo served as a vehicle to honor the RCMP who are in the midst of cele- brating their centennial. The scarlet tuniced police were presented with aerial pictures of the town and were special guests at the rodeo. On the rodeo end of the agenda two Lethbridge cowboys, Tom Ivins and Len Thiermaii, were leading in the timed events at the close of the first night of competition. Len's time of 14 seconds flat in the calf roping made him the early leader in the one go round, three performance rodeo. Vul- can's Richard McNiven was next in line with a clocking of 14.6. Sons take over where fathers had left off INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Two racing drivers whose fathers crashed to their deaths against the concrete walls of the In- dianapolis Speedway will be gunning for victory in the famed 500 Monday, but with dif- ferent motivations. "Dad never won the 500 al- though he had a great Gary Bettenhausen, 31, said to- day." "He left three boys, every one with a legacy to achieve where he failed. "Sure, I'd like to win one for my father." Bill Vukovich Jr., 29, golfing .partner and closest friend of 'Bettenhausen. finds it impos- sible to gird himself with the same inspiration. 4 "Don't get me wrong, I loved aiy father and he loved me." JVukovich said. "But my fa- ther's racing record has hung over me like a blanket through- put my career. "People always are asking ,why I don't race like my father. I suppose in a way I have re- sented it. "I'd like to win to prove I am 'e racer in my own right-" Tony Bettenhausen was auto racing's national champion in 1951' and 1958. In every In- dianapolis race between 1948 and 1959 he led at one stage or another, finishing second once, ninth once and fourth twice. He never won. He was the favorite in 1961. but on May 12 he crashed in a tunexip and died, leaving three the oldest at 31; Merle, 28, and Tony 22. Merle lost his right arm in an acci- dent last July at the Michigan International. Tony is a rookie. The elder Bill Vukovich be- came a racing legend. He won the 500 in 1953 and 1954 and was leading in 1955 when his car crashed, sending him to his death. Minor baseball The Braves had an easy time of things Thursday night as they crushed the Cardinals 11-1 in a Norcrest Little League encounter. Merlyn Bunnage fired a four- hitter striking out eight batters for the win while Dave Field suffered the loss. Grant Weins led the Braves at the plate stroking a triple. double and a single while Lau- ren Leroux rapped two dou- bles and a single and Allen Smith three singles. Field tagged Bunnage for a double and a pair of singles. Do your own Plumbing and Heating Repairs COMPLETE PLUMBING and HEATING PARTS STOCK FREE DESIGN ond REPAIRING ADVICE DISCOUNT PRICES EUDORF PLUMBING HEATING LTD. RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL INSTALLATIONS 1811 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-2533 Open Monday Thru Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. In a Senior Little League match, the Dodgers whipped the Braves 14-6. John WagontaE recorded the victory while Alvin Yellowfly took the loss. Wagontall cause while with Dave aided his own two home runs Koskoski added two doubles and a single. Dave Snopek poked out three singles for the losers. Meanwhile in Norcrest Little League play Friday night, the Cubs edged the Dodgers 9-8. Ricky Van Lyck hurled four- hit ball in seven innings for the win while Reg Heggen took the loss after relief help from Kenny Ohno. Emilo Mantello belted a dou- ble and a single in four times at bat for tbe winners while I Bnice Anderson managed a double and a pair of singles 1 in four appearances at the plate for the losers. TMLACH DISCHARGED BUFFALO (AP) General manager Punch Imlach of Buf- Sabres was discharged j from hospital Friday after un- dergoing treatment for a viral infection. Imlach. who was admitted to the hospital Tuesday, imme- diately went to work at his desk, a spokesman for the Na- tional Hockey League team said. Wayne Akins of Fort Macleod held down third spot with a run of 16.3. Tom turned in the only fast time in the steer wrestling, put- ting the drop on his steer in 7.5 seconds. Lome Earl of Fernie was a distant second with a slow time of 14.1 seconds. If you didn't come from Leth- bridge in the timed events you were left out of top money and in the riding events Montana and in particular Great Falls, was the place to hail from. Big Fork's Jim Helman mark- ed a 76 in the bull riding, the best mark of the night in any event, and grabbed the lead. He was hard pressed however, by Browning bull tamer Dale Bird with a 75 and Chuck Chrissman of Great Falls with a 73. A Great Falls bareback rider, Jan Tietjan, raked out 71 points aboard a Shade Bros.' bronc called Buster to take the lead in his event. Lethbridge's Glen Thompson had a wild ride and earned 65 points, good for sec- ond spot. Another Great Falls rider, this time it was Steve Reeverts, bested Crystal Star, a saddle bronc, and went to the lead with 6Q points in that event. Strath-more's Charles Simmons turned in a 65 while Jim Hicks and Sam Lane had 64s. Robert Heggie was the only one to complete his novice bare- back ride and marked a 54. In the gals barrel racing Sharon Krause of Skiff led the senior girls with a time of 14.3 while Dorothy Nielson and Carol Wilson both had runs of 15.8 in the junior class. Bill and Wayne Aikins of Kal- ispell grabbed the lead in the team roping with a dme that will be hard to top, 14.4 seconds. BEHIND THE CHUTES Cheeseman Memorial Arena was decked out in a salute to the Til get it! Although they're built closer to the ground, these 5- from Vancouver East and Port Moody at New Westminster, year-old lacrosse players were obviously having their p r problems picking up a loose ball in a game between teams Eastern boxers win six CABA finals Morgan scores TKO for title RCMP centennial Rodeo HOCKEY SCHOOLS LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA FOR BOYS 9 -15 YEARS FULLY QUALIFIED INSTRUCTORS VIC STASIUK NHL COACH (Guest Instructor) Plus other fop instructors GENERAL INFORMATION 214 hours ice time daily Chalk talks and instructional films Hockey game on final day of eeiih school REGISTRATION FEE PER BOY CITY OF LETHBRIDGE RESIDENTS JUNE 25th 30th 9 years to 10 years will accept T1 yr. olds. AUGUST 13th 18th 11 years to 15 years This session filled SOUTHERN ALTA. DISTRICT RESIDENTS AUGUST 20th 25th 9 years to 15 years Applications Accepted On First Come, First Served Basis THIS IS A CITY OF LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY SERVICES PROJECT SUPPORTED BY YOUR LOCAL BOTTLER OF PEPSI-COLA Name.............................. Address Age Medical Number Applications to be accompanied by registration fee. All applications must be in by May 31, 1973. Applications must be addressed to and cheques made payable to the CITY OF IETHBRIDGE (in cars of Community Services Department, City of The applicant agrees that the Game City Hockey School will not be responsible for any accident or loss that may occur during the duratiton of School. Each boy must furnish all his own equipment (goal tending equipment will be Parent's Signature For further information Phono 328-2341, Ext. 256, or 327-1310 for 1973 is DeeDee Mac- Glen Griffith was hurt in the riding when he fell into the fence Barry Black Plume and Gary- Fox were both assisted from the arena in the boy's steer rid- ing after being bucked off Brian Kicken of Raymond won the event with a 73 bull No. 71 just didn't want to leave the arena tonight's final performance goes at eight sharp. Midgets see action tonight The Lethbridge Midgets will be out looking for their third victory in four starts as they host Calgary Fairview in Cal- gary Midget Lacrosse League action tonight. Game time is set for 6 p.m. at the Adams Ice Centre. The local midgets joined the Calgary league this season and have held their own after three encounters. In their season opener, the locals whipped Calgary Aca- dia 17-2, dropped a 14-5 deci- sion to Calgary Bawden in their second and came back to trounce Carstairs 12-2 in their Isst contest. CHARLOTTETOWN fCP) Carroll Morgan of Antigonish N.S., scored a technical knock- out over Jack Stevenson of Van- couver at of the first round Friday night to win the heavy- weight crown at the Canadian Aroatsur Boxing Association championships. The 211-pound slugger stag- gered right to the head, then floored him twice with heavy right shots to the body before referee Bert Lowes of Vancouver halted the bout, scheduled to go three rounds. Sterenson was substituting for Jack Meda of Prince George, B.C., who was unable to com- pete after suffering a sprained ankle in training. Morgan held a 12-round weight advantage. Eastern Canada boxers won six of the 11 bouts presented at the Simmons Sports Centre be- fore a crowd of Immediately prior to the fea- ture match, Dennis Belair of Edmonton scored a three-round decision over Ron Atyeo of Sar- nia, Ont., to take the light heavyweight title. Belair, a stand-up fighter who showed some good foot work, drew blood from Atyeo's nose in the first round and won handily against an opponent who dis- played a tendancy to brawl. The only knockout of the night was provided by Claude LeClair of Montreal, winner of the 165-pound middleweight di- vision. LeClair, who forced the fight from the start, caught Bill Gariepy of Richmond, B.C., with a left hook to the jaw at of the first round, sending him to the canvas for the full count. Only other match that did not go the scheduled three rounds was one between welterweights Sestino Ricci of Montreal, and Fred Buckel of Vancouver, who was a substitute on the card for Dennis Bercier of Prince George. B.C. Ricci bloodier Buckel's nose early in the first round and then floored him twice for the mandatory eight- count in the second before tak- ing the title on a technical knockout at Ian Clyde of Montreal won the 112-pound flyweight crown by default when Joe McCaffery of Vancouver was unable to ap- pear because of an injury re- ceived in training. Clyde won an exhibition contest against Miles Fisher of Anligonish, N.S., by a decision. Results: Light Flyweight (105 Snaith, Van- couver, won by decision over Danny Arsenault of Amherst, N.S. in three rounds. Flyweight (112 Clyde, Montreal, by default over Joe McCaffery of Van- couver. Bantam (119 [us, Vancouver, over Bill Chais- son, Bathurst, N.B., decision, 3iree rounds. Featherweight (126 )ale Anderson, Prince George, B.C., over Camille Huard, Ihandler, Que., decision, three rounds. Lightweight (132 Sauve, Montreal, over Steve Ross, Winnipeg, decision, three rounds. Light Welterweight (139 Arneson, Winni- Four strokes ahead at Atlanta peg, over Michel Briere. of Montreal, decision, three rounds. Welterweight (147 Sestino Ricci, Montreal, over Fred Buckel, Vancouver, tko at of second round. Light Middleweight (156 Taylor. Samia, Ont., over Mike Frank, Prince George, B.C., decision, three rounds. Middleweight (165 Claude LeClair, Montreal, over Bill Gariepy, Richmond, B.C., knockout, of first round. Light Heavyweight (178 Belair, Ed- monton, over Ron Atyeo, Sar- nia, Ont., decision, three rounds. Heavyweight (over 178 Morgan, Anti- gonish. N.S.. over .Tim Steven- son Vancouver, Iko in of first round. cLRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East Chicago New York Montreal Pittsburgh Philadelphia St. Louis W L Pet. GBL 25 17 .595 20 18 .526 3 17 19 .472 5 16 19 .457 5V: 16 24 .400 8 14 24 .368 West Houston San Francisco Cincinnati Los Angeles 25 19 .568 Atlanta 17 24 .415 San Diego FRIDAY'S RESULTS 27 18 .600 28 19 .596 25 17 .595 V2 IV: 8 16 28 .364 Houston Pittsburgh 000 013 7 11 000 252 Reuss (6-1) and Jutze; Moose (3-4) Johnson McKee (8) and May. HRs: (2) Chicago Cincinnati Nicklaus takes big lead ATLANTA (AP) Jack Nicklaus shot a six-under-par 66 and matched the biggest lead of the year-four in the second round of the Atlanta Classic golf tourna- ment. Nicklaus, who hadn't com- peted since taking his third title of the year April 22 in the Tour- nament of Champions, left a strong field gawking in bewil- derment at his course record-ty- ing 133 total, 11-under-par on the Atlanta Country Club course. "It's as good as I can said the 33-year-old veteran. Nicklaus didn't make a bo- gey. He hit every fairway for the second day in a row. He hit every green. Only once was his approach shot more than 25 feet from the flag. He had six bird- ies. He lipped out two other birdie putts, missed an eagle by an inch and left two other CANADA'S NO. T LOADER BOBCAT PHONE 328-4765 Unloads Hauls Lifts Fills Shovels Swaept AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTOR -fa 4 wheat -dr 4 models 500 Ib. to Ib. Rent with of without operator if Contract prices available C and J EQUIPMENT RENTALS 1410 2nd Ave. S., Lethbridge birdie attempts just inches short of the cup. "We all ought to be getting handicaps, the way that guy is said Tom Weiskopf, the only other player in the field able to keep Nicklaus in sight. Weiskopf was alone in second with a 67 for a 137 total. It was another two strokes back to the group tied for third at 139. It included Al Geiberger, Lou Graham, Hubert Green, Dwight Nevil and Larry Wise. At 140 were Orville Moody, Dave Marad and Bert Greene, whose 65 was the best round of the day. South African Gary Player improved to a 71 for 142, 14 strokes back. Masters champ Tommy Aaron was a victim of the 36-hole cut with a 74 for M9. Leading money-winner Bruce Crampton of Australia, Lee Tre- vino and Arnold Palmer are not competing. Dave Glenn, who shared the first round lead with Nicklaus, faded back in the pack. Mc- Lendon blew 10 strokes higher with a 77 for 144. Glenz went from 67 to au i 101 100 t 1 000 010 2 4 1 Reuschel (4-3) Locker (6) and Hun- dley; Gullett (5-3) Sprague Hall 81 and Bench. HRs: Cardenal '51; Bench Atlanta 001 000 152 it. Louis 000 001 470 Reed and Fosse; Perry, Hiller (2-2) (12) and Sims. Cleveland Chicago Bosman, Strom Lamb f2-l) (4) and Duncan; Gossage and Torborg; Parsons Lockwood (5) and Rodriguez. HR: Cal Pin- son 207 130 I 11 i 010 290 3 S 0 000 1 13 5 100 000 3103 DUAL STEEL RADIAL TIRES MILE Written Guarantee ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE SERVICE or J ;