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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD TuMday, October 23, 1973 MacDonald wins in close battle By GARRY ALLISON Herald Staff Writer The official final standings of the Chinook Rodeo Associa- tion have been released and Dave MacDonald of Langden finds himself a repeat winner in two events, but only by a few dollars MacDonald topped the all around listing, compiling a total of a scant 50 ahead of second place finisher Brent Thompson. MacDonald also captured the bareback bronc riding honors, duplicating his feat of winning two championships from last year Last year though, his se- cond title was in the steer wrestling, where he failed to place in the top 10 this year Only separated MacDonald from Brent Thompson in the bareback race With the addition of a mere over the entire year Thompson could have been the two-event champion instead of MacDonald Bill Reeder of Cardston was also a repeat champion as he once again captured the calf roping laurels Reeder was the only cowboy to earn over SI 000 in a single event this year and out-distanced second place finisher Dave MacDonald by more than S200 Keeping up with the returnees to the winners cir- cle was Tommy Ross of Warner Tommy banked over the year, moving from second place late in the year to win the saddle bronc riding crown. Ross passed Jim Hicics at the final rodeo to move into the lead. Lethbndge's Tommy Ivins garnered 50 in the steer wrestling and grabbed the ti- tle with a healthy margin over second place finisher Ted Bly The bull riding cham- pionship went to Jim Holman of Taber. winning out in a tight race with Leonard Morton as the two see-sawed from first to second in the latter stages of the year Other champions were Stanley Simpson in the junior cow riding. Bill Akins in the team roping. Pat Sparks in an extremely close senior barrel race and Charlotte Johnson in the junior division of the gal's barrel racing Tommv Ross Bombers victorious The Bombers finished their 1973 Lethbridge Minor Foot- ball League schedule on a winning note as they defeated the Stampeders 27-13 at Henderson Stadium Monday night The Bombers took over sole possession of first place with their season record of seven wins and a loss, but will have to await the outcome of the Lions-Eskimos' match in Drder to find out their final eague standing The Lions, who were idle ast night, have a 6-1 record ind realize a victory is a must text Wednesday night. Meanwhile in last night's the third place itampeders failed to hit the coreboard in the second half if play and dropped the hard- ought encounter with the Jombers The Stampeders held the Bombers to a 13-13 stalemate )t hf.lffime but juat couldn't tang on Dominic Santangelo led he Bombers' attack with two ouchdowns and a pair of con- certs while Mario Cattoni and Pirn Gross added six points ipiece. Earl Ingarfield also chipped n with a successful convert it tempt while Darryl .angridge and Glen Lef- ingwell managed a major in a losing cause. In another game staged last ught. the Eskimos blanked St. Gary's 24-0. Jess Wilde scored a pair of ouchdowns in the victory i'hile Dave Mentanco also hipped in with two. Eight competitors earned more than over the ten rodeo season. The Chinook amateur circuit has 462 members and they were com- peting for a total" of The top five listings in each event follows BAREBACK 1 Dave MacDonald Langden S934, 2 Brent Thompson. Fernie. B C S930. 3 Dave Wagner S766. 4 Peter Whitlow. Cramona S369 5 Alai Smith. Helena Mont S303 STEER WRESTLING 1 Tom Ivans. Lethbridge S849. 2 Ted Bly, Cardston S590 3 Oscar Walter. Lethbridge S526 4 Phil Van Cleave. Taber 5 Alan Smith, Helena Mont S514 LADIES BARREL RACING 1 Pal Sparks, Taber S654. 2 Greta Manlier, Lethbridge S634, 3 Donna Brantner. Wrentham S388 4 Caen Bly, Cardslon S297 5 Georgie Icenoggle Cutbank Mont S191 JUNIOR COW RIDING 1 Stanley Simpson. Pmcher Creek S244. 2 Brian Feko Taber S189: 3 Bruce Kostelansky. Lethbridge S169. 4 Frank English Cardston S131, 5 Brian Hicken, Raymond TEAM HOPING 1 Bill Akms, Cowley 2 Akms, Fort Macleod 3. Lawrence Draper 4. Wally French S407. 5 Bob Hibbs. Mont 6. Rodney Hibbs, Mont CALF ROPING 1 Bill Reeder, Cardston 2 Dave MacDonald, Langden 3 Bill Icenoggle. Cutbank, Mont 4 Roy Groves. Carseland 5. Wayne Syverson, Med. Hat SADDLE BRONC 1. Tom Ross, Warner S560, 2 Jim Hicks, Fernie, B.C S445, 3 Steve Reeverts. Greai Falls S374; 4 Roddy Ross. Lethbridge S353; 5 Oscar Walter. Lethbridge S312 JUNIOR BARREL RACE i Charlotte Johnson, Cutbank. Mont S292, 2 Diane Krause. Skiff Carol Wilson, Cardston 4 Duane Collett, Taber S96, 5 Lola Icenoggle Cutbank, Mont BULL RIDING 1 Jim Holman, Taber 2 Leonard Morton. Cardston 3 Dave Wagner S614, 4 Brent Thomp- son, Fernie S574, 5. Calvin Fox, Cardston S469. ALL AROUND 1 Dave MacDonald, Langden 2 Brent Thompson, Fernie S1 835, 3 Bill Akms. Cowley 4 Bill Reedei. Cardston 5 Dave Waqner Si.380 Roundup of bowling Bill Reeder Tom Ivins Simpson hobbling BUFFALO (AP) Running back O. J. Simpson of Buffalo Bills was hobbling around on a sprained ankle Monday, but the Bills said he probably won't miss the National Foot- ball League club's next game. A spokesman for the Bills said he anticipates Simpson will be ready for next Mon- day's home game against Kansas City next Monday. Simpson was hurt in the fourth quarter of the game Sunday against the Dolphins at Miami Miami beat the Bills 27-6. After returning to Buffalo Sunday night, Simpson under- went x-rays, which showed there were no broken bones He gained just 55 yards against the Super Bowl cham- pions after gaining more than 100 yards in each of the Bills' first five game CAPRI BOWL DOUG'S MUSIC SPORTS Ann Duval 250. Mary Nicolson 236, Mary Mihalik 243, Maureen Vaykovich 249, Irene Lynde 251 Dorothy Bussell 232, Maggie Oliver 261, Patsy Peacock 231, Laura Zahorejko 220, Kay Dyck 216 Y.B.C. SCHOOLS Mahnda Hamilton 214 Mike Gerla 270 Dave Benando 186, Tom Miklos 192. Robert Miklos 214, Michele Maclean 225 Judy Maclean 175 Bintimi Jackie Pearson 157, Mark Grel- zinger 182, Heather Doyle 153, Terry Kirschenman 191, Mark Witwicki 220. Brenda Graveland 143. Mark Sharun 138. Lisa Coutts 143. V.B.C. JET BOYS Duane Seibel 131, Kevin Chaki 138, Robert McCracken 143, Jimmy Lawson 136. Craig Ellis 225, Tommy Doyle 133. Stephen Craigs 143. Doug Piekema 167. Y.B.C. BANTAM BOYS Darren Swaren 220, Russell Derksen 184, Edwin Burwash 202, Stephen Taylor 166, Geo( Krokosh 158, Perry Allen 155, Greg Schaelfer 155, Greg McCallum 143, Gerald Saccardo 143. Rick Williams 146 Y.B.C. JET GIRLS Patti Stanton 150. Lee Ann Tunstall 193, Darcy Shigehiro 146, Pamela McDonald 149. Laurel Harris 140, Nadme Poch 107. Margaret Smyke 107, Sharon Mezei 118, Judy McKay 131 HOLIDAY BOWL CIVIL SERVICE Alice Kolibas 253, J. Enckson 253 Mel Amatto 257 Byron Hirsche 250 Duke Helgenon 274 Lyle Smyke 319 Ber- nice Hay 253 Bill Cralk 273 Edna Todd 255 Agnes Sinclair 301 (687) C.P.R. 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