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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta C THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, 29, 1973 Named all around champion cowboy Spotlight falls on Smith at Cardston By GARRY ALLISON Herald Staff Writer The spotlight at the Cardston Chinook Circuit rodeo Saturday night fell on Allan Smith of Hel- ena, Mont, and home town calf roper Bill Reeder. Smith was named the all around champion cow'ooy of the two-day, three performance amateur rodeo and also took home tha steer wrestling hon- ors. The capacity crowd Saturday night applauded wildly as na- [tive son Bill Reeder put the wraps on his calf in 11.5 sec- onds and moved into first place in the calf roping. It was the second champion- ship in as many weekends for Reeder as he was also the top roper at the Taber profession- Orphans lose twice Sunday Pincher Creek Alberta Hotel Orphans dropped a pair of Southern Alberta Major Fast- ball League games on their home grounds Sunday. The Orphans were victims of a 7-4 drfeat against the Pic- ture Butte Rae Motors and a 6-0 shutout to the Lethbridge Miners. In the first encounter, Pic- ture Butte rallied for six runs ir. four innings to hand their hosts the loss. Ron Fix earned the mound win but needed relief help from Hartley Phillips in the fifth inning. Ken Kaip was tagged with the loss as he gave way to Mike Metzler. Fix aided his own cause with a home run and a single while Tom Tamura chipped in with a double and a pair of singles. Kaip poked out a double and a single for the losers while Ken Weins belted a double and a single and Metzler a home rim. In the second gafie staged Sunday, the Miners scored four runs in the first inning and went on to blank the Orphans. George Santoni gave up only four hits for his second win of the season while Darryi Leavitt took the loss allowing eight safeties. Corrido Santoni led the Min- ers' offence with a double and a single while Ron Shewchuck blasted a home run. Winning pitcher Santoni also aided his own cause with a pair of singles. Al Gorzitza managed a dou- ble for the Orphans. Meanwhile a board of direc- tors meeting will be held at 8 p.m. at the Lethbridge Hotel tonight. Cosmos blank Apollos al show the weekend previous. Bill earned for his quick tie at Cardston. Allan Smith carted home for being the fastest steer wrestler with a timing of 6.6 seconds and picked up an- other cheque worth for placing second in the bull rid ing. Right behind Smith's winning time in the steer wrestling was a 6.9 second run turned in by Roy Groves of Strathmore. Groves, like Reeder, is a'so I making his presence felt on the Pepitone quits again ST. LOUIS f AP) Joe Pepi- tone, who was obtained by At- lanta Braves in a deal with Chi- cago Cubs on May 19 has de- cided to quit again. Pepitone informed Manager Eddie Mathews of his decision before Saturday night's Na- tional League baseball game with the St. Louis Cardinals. He said that he probably would have quit regardless of what team he had been traded to. He said that he had many personal problems and ex- pressed the desire to play ball in Japan. He called General Manager Eddie Robinson in Atlanta after announcing his decision. Last season, Pepitono quit the Cubs in May but returned in July and batted .262 in only G6 games. By THE CANADIAN PRESS Joe Fink wasted little time making himself known to his North American Soccer League rivals. The New York Cosmos rookie, playing his first game of the season, scored three goals Sat- urday to pace a 5-0 victory over Atlanta Apollos. The win moved New York into a first-place tie in the East- ern Division standings with I Philadelphia. Rochester Lancers over- powered St. Louis Stars 3-1 in the only Sunday game and Miami Toros and Dallas Tor- nado played to a 3-3 stalemate in the other Saturday contest. Fink opened the scoring at Uniondale, N.Y., and the Cos- mos never looked back. John Forrester and Randy Horton completed the New York rout. The Cosmos put the game out of reach with four second-half goals. The Stars opened the scoring at Rochester with Dennis Van- I inger's goal in the 24th minute. I Fifteen minutss later, Tony Ru- I nac got the equallirer and the j Lancers put the game away with late goals by Florian Gal- lassin and Carlos Metidieri. The Toros needed two goals two minutes apart late in the game to salvage the tie at Miami. Dallas took a 2-0 lead on goals by Ilija Mipic and Nickey Jennings before David Sadler, on a'penalty kick, put Miami on the Scoreboard. Kyle Rote Jr., son of the one- time National Football League star of the same name, made it 3-1 before the two fast goals by Warren Archibald and Ronnie Sharp pulled the Toros on even terms. In exhibition play, Toronto Metros, the NASL's Northern Division leaders, blanked vis- iting Finn Harps of Ireland 4-0 on goals by Bruno Pilas, Gene Strenicer, Joe Schilaldi and Tim Burns. Looking for a soft spot GARRY ALLISON photo Gary Ivins of Cardston is eyeing the ground looking for the best spot to land at the Cardston Indoor rodeo Saturday night. Gary, astride a bareback bronc with the un- assuming name of Funeral Wagon, found that spot a few jumps further on and got no marking for his exciting ride. Captures fourth golf title STAMPEDE WRESTLING EXHIBITION PAVILION Tonight! p.m. N.A. TITLE BOUT: STOMPER vs VIKING YOKOUCHI and FUJI vs ANOIA BROTHERS 5 Exciting Matches Nicklaus wasn't worried Planning to go HIKING or CAMPING! Check our SALE PRICES on various lines of Hiking and Camping Boots 9 Light weight tents Back Packs We are pleased to announce MR. DON CLAY, an experienced bicycle mechanic has joined our staff. If you have bicycle repair problems let Don solve them for you. For fast and reliable service see the experts at SKI and SPORT COLLEGE MALL PHONE 327-053J ATLANTA (AP) Jack Nicklaus made the Atlanta Golf Classic his fourth title of the year Sunday and regained his customary spot atop the money winning list. But after rushing to a com- manding lead in the final round, he had to hang on for the vic- tory by two strokes after blow- Ing seven shots over the last 11 holes. ''I was never in a position to really Nicklaus in- sisted. "I just had to watch out and make certain I didn't make any dumb mistakes." Nicklaus, who won the Tour- nament of Champions five weeks ago in his last previous start, virtually won this one on his first, three rounds of 67, 66 and 66. In Sunday's final effort over the Atlanta Country Club course, he could do no belter vhan a one-over-par 73 for a 272 total, 16 under par. Tom Weiskocf was the only one in the field able to keep close to Nicklaus during the first three rounds. And it was Vv'eiskopf who put the pressure on over the finishing holes. "I'm jusi glad I was able to make it close." Weiskopf said. "I think I played as well as Jack did. I just made more mistakes.'' Weiskopf finished with a 69 for 274, a score good enough to win any previous Atlanta Clas- sic. KNUDSON FAR BACK Al Geibcrger was third with a and J. C. Snead finished with a Hubert Green, with a final 73, and Doug Sand- ers, 68, were next at 281. George Knudson came in at the tail end with rounds of 77 and 74 during the for a 299 and finished out of the. money. South African -Gary Player, making his first start of the year in this country, finished with a two-under-par 286 total. Lee Trevino, Arnold Palmer and Australian Bruce Crampton did not compete. Cranipton's absence cost him the leading money-winning spot. Nicklaus collected from the total purse of and took over the money lead with Crampton is second with Nicklaus, winner of 48 tour ti- tles in a career that started in 1962, began the day's play a six-stroke margin. It went to eight when Weiskopf hit his sec- Pomahacs will titles Representatives of the Leth- bridge YMCA Judo Club tra- velled to Edmonton and fared well in the Edmonton Sherwood Park Invitational judo tourna- ment Saturday. Four of the six local en'.ries, who took part in the one-day event, placed either first, sec- ond or third in thdr respec- tive divisions. Neil Pomahac captured the junior 55 pounds and under class as he bested teammate Neil DeLude in the final. Guy Pomahac walked away with the senior middleweight crown while Al Bailey placed third in the senior lightweight division. Pierson wins cycling event HAVRE, Mont. (AP) Dick Cambell of Pinehurst, Idaho, captured two of five events to take individual honors in the Havre motorcycle hill climb Sunday. Mcrritt Chamberlain of Bill- ings set a new hill record in the open class of 18.1 seconds. The new record bests that of 21.5 set by Tommy Glenn of Billings In 1972. Other event winners were Jack Fauth, Great Falls, in the 175cc class and Brian Pierson of Hardieville, Alberta, in the 500cc class. ond shot into the water and took a double bogey on the sixth hole. And Nicklaus took advantage of a break to send it to nine shots with a birdie on the fifth hole. His second shot, over the trees, hit a spectator and bounded back on to the green. He made the 18-foot putt. But after that, had five consecutive fives on the eighth through 12th holes. Two of them were pars. Weiskopf collected three more birdies fnd suddenly the margin was three. "From that point on, I was just trying, to win the golf tour- nament..'' Nicklaus pro circuit, capturing the rop- ing at Stavely a few weeks Third place in the doggin went to first night leader Tom- my Ivins of Letbbridge with a time of 7.5. Bill Icenoggle of Cutbank, Mont, turned in the second fast- est time in the calf roping, clocking 12 seconds flat. Groves showed up at the pay window once more, this time for his third place roping time of 12.7 seconds. British Columbia bull rider Tony Kreps stopped Smith from winning another championship when he bested a bull owned by Shade Bros, tagged The Duke, for 83 points, one more than Smith. Third place went to Jim Helman who had a 79 point outing. Krecs banked for his winning ride. Dale Gunn tcok out a re-ride saddle bronc Saturday afternoon and when the Fort St. John rider was through he had a mark of 77 and was richer and owned the rodeo's saddle brcnc championship, Steve Rsvert had a 69 Fri- day and finished second while veteran Browning, Mont, rider Bud Connolly spurred out a 67 and earned i'hird place money. Peter Whitlow, a Cramona bareback rider raked out 77 points for top honors in his event, adding to his bank account. Robert Bower of Fort St. John was next in line with a and Great Falls rider Jan Tietjan garnered 71 points, good for third spot. Lethbridges' G reta Mant'er was the ssnior bar-el racing queen with a run of 13.9 sec- onds and a Hil'spring gal, Cory Ton: and. took the junior crown with a clocking of 15.2 seconds. The Hibbs brothers, nod and Bcb, made the trip up from Cutbank pay off as they pack- eel home ths team roping honors and S340. They had an amsring- .y fast time of 9.4 seconds. Rcbert Heggie was the only to csmolete a ride in Jhe novice hardback brcnc riding and the Raymond lad earned for his troubles. Frank Simpson of Pincher Ireek was richer when he captured the boys steer riding. Bruce Kostalansky of Leth- Dridge was second, two points jehind Frank with a 67. BEHIND THE CHUTES Hundreds of kids took in the peanut (and hunt Saturday afternoon the pony chariots proved exciting in the indoor setting more than people wacked the Cheese- man Arena for the three shows announcer Vern Arnold left tb? mike and raced against rodeo chairman Redi Kearl in a pony chariot challenge clash Reid won. but Vern claim- ed it was a better 'earn and not better driving feat gave him the edge the next rodeo slated for the Cardston srena is a high school affair on June 1st. More sport on page 10 if you can wait 3 days Snap-up hot bargains from an inventory of millions of dollars. They're a real steal! Shoppers Stoppers start Thursday, May 31 Simpsons-Sears ANDY CAPP VOU KNOW THE UE WlTM US, DON'T VER? NOU DON'T REALLY LOVE CHECK THF WITHDRAWAL? SHOWED THAT'S ELRICH TIRE S55! SS3 NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division Chicaco New York Fiitsburrh...... 17 20 W L GEL 27 17 .614 20 20 .500 5 Montreal Phila. St. Louis 17 21 .447 19 24 .442 16 24 .400 West Division San Fran 30 19 .612 Hc'JSicn 23 19 .596 LGS Angeles 27 19 .537 Cincinnati 2? 19 .543 San Dicno TODAY'S GAMES 17 16 10 16 31 13 AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division W L Detroit 23 20 New York...... 22 22 Baltimore 18 19 Milwaukee...... 19 22 Boston 18 21 Cleveland.....19 23 West Division Chicago........ 24 Pet. GBL .535 .500 IVi .486 J .443 3 .462 3 .452 3'A California Kansas City Minnesota Oakland Texas T2 18 21 19 23 21 13 27 51 .632 .550 .543 .525 .523 .325 12 Houston Wilson (4-4) at Pittsburgh Ellis (3-5) Chicago Hooton (5-3) et Cincinnati Billinsham (7-1) Mew York McAndrew (3-4) at San Frcndrco Wlarichsl (5-4) Alianta Harrison (0-1) at St. Louis Wife (5-2) Montreal McAnally (2-1) et San Die- go Corkins (3-4) Philadelphia Ruthven (1-3) at Los Angeles Messersmith SUNDAY'S RESULTS Houston C22 010 IS 0 Pittsburgh OCO 001 250 Roberts f5-2> and Jutze; Blase McKee Johnron Rooker (8) and May, AteNertney HRs: Hou Chicago 000 HI 13 1 Cincinnati 000 OCO 030 Jekins and Gates; Cleveland Folk- ers Segul (8) and Simmons. HRs: FIRST Philadelphia 300 010 441 San Dieoo Ml 001 010- 3104 Twitchell Wilson Scarce Lsrsch (9) and Boone; Graif ROT.O (9) and Kendall. HRs: SECOND Philadelphia San p'erjo Chrisitenson, 000 501 030 100 4 Brandon borcj (3-5) Scarce (9> and II 1 8 0 t_o n- Ryan; Arlin Troedscn KIrby (5) and Correles. HRs: New York OCO (181 7 0 Los Angeles 010 010 0 Koosman (5-3) Hennigan (5) and Dver; Sutton (6-3) and Ferguson. HRs: (ID. SATURDAY Chicago 605 HO t 7 5 Cincinnati COO COO 0 4 T Pappas Aker (7) and Rudolph; Grimslev Sprague (SI, Borbon Hall (9) and Bench. Montreal 000 000 J 1 San Francisco 200 120 14 0 Moore Stoneman Stroh- mayer Walker Scott (8) and Humphrey, Boccahella Bradley Sosa and Sadek, Rader Philadelphia 000 000 430 San Diego 4 1 Carlton (5-6) and Boone; Caldwell Ross (9) and Kendall. Atlanta 000 OM 4 1 St. Louis .MO Mil 282 Niekro (3-2) and Dates; Gibson (2-5) and Simmons. New York 300 050 S 1Z 1 Lcs Angeles 013 003 16 Parker, MeAridrew (3-4) Moore (8) and Dyer; Downing, Culver (2-3) Richert (7) and Ferguson. HRs: TODAY'S GAMES Baltimore Alexander U-B) at Min- nesota Kaat (5-J) Texas Hudson or Merrill (0-D> at Kiev: York Peterson '3-6' Oakland Bice (3-2) at Detroit Cole- man (8-3) Boston PaMIn (3-2) at Kansas City Drago (4-4) California Singer (7-2) at Milwaukee Bell (4-5) Cleveland Johnson (2-2) and Wilcox (3-0> at Chicago Wcod (ll-3> and Wood (11-3. Resumption of suspended game May 26 precedes regular game. SUNDAY'S RESULTS FIRST Boston 001 000 3 10 1 Krnsas City COS 023 15 1 TIant Moret '5) and Fisk; Garter (4-1) and Tavlor. HRs: Kirkpatrlck Hopkins SECOND 10 Kansas City .000001110-2 1 1 Curtis (2-5) and Fisk; Busby Wricht Simpson and Healy. Texas 10 t New York 000 010 1 i 1 Sletert (2-D, Goqolewskl (7) and Suarez; Kline Maanuson (4) and Munson. HRs: Baltimore at Minnesota, ppd., ra California at AVIwaukce, ppd., Oakland at Detroit, ppd., rain. Cleveland at Chicago, ppd., rain. SATURDAY Texas 030 001 S 14 I New York 250 003 11 1 Stanhouse (0-5) Dunning (2) and Suarez; Stottlemyre (7-4) (6) and Munton, Hrs: Murcer 000 Silt Detroit.....000 032 810 Holtzman, Pins (42) and Fosse; Fryman, Timmerman Seelbacn (1-0) Miller (9) and Freehan. HRs: Johnson California tM MO 4 0 Milwaukee 030 Oil 9 1 Ma" (4-51 PerranoskI (8) and Tortorg, Stephenson Colborn (S-11 end Rodriguez. Baltimore OM 010 T 10 3 Minnesota 101 000 SO Cuellar (2-5) and Hendricks; Wood- son (3) and MItterwald. HRs: Bumbry Boston at Kansas City, ppd., rain. Clevelsnd et Chicaqo suspended after 16 by curfew. PA5ES4LL RESULTS SUNDAY American Assoclat'on Denver 16 Tulsa 5 lown at Fvansville pod., rain Indianapolis at Omahe ppd., rain Wichita et Oklahoma City ppd., rain Pacil-c Coast League Spokane 11-2 Phoenix 1-1 Eugene 6 Tucson 1 Tacoma 3 Albuquerque 1 Eastern League Piltsfiefd al Reading ppd., rain West Haven 0-6 Waterbury 2-3 Sherbrooke 8-5 Quebec 7-7 Trois-Rivieres 7-3 Bristol 6-8 SATURDAY American Association Iowa 2 Evansville 1 Tulsa H Denver A IndisnppoHs 3 2 Wichita nt OMahoma City ppd., rain Paelf'c Coast Phoenix A Spokane 1 Tacoma 4-0 Albuquerque 2-1 Eugene 9-2 Tucson 1-9 Salt Lake 3-3 Hawaii 1-1 DUAL STEEL RADIAL TIRES MILE Written Guarantee ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPUTE TI8t SERVICE ;