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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 10-THE LEiHBRIDut a UMday. September 3, Travelling to Eastern Canada Book now on (he 8 to 30 day excursion (Effective Oct. 1) and Save ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centre Village Mall________ __________Phone 328-8184 Herald Sports LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lowr 7th Strtwt Shopping Mail (403) 329-7411 ADDING MACHINES Monday's gallery looks on WALTER KERBER photos The biggest crowd of the year was on hand Monday as the horse race while below him is Peter Morley, low net winner. Putting is Lloyd Kanewischer brought the Southern Alberta championship to a close. At left is Cliff Stroh, who lost the horse race to Gelleny on this shot, tourney champ while inset at right top is Tom Gelleny winner of the horse race Gelleny., Morley cart home silverware as well Stroh leads way as locals dominate By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor With club champion Cliff Stroh leading the way, Henderson Lake shotmakers stole the show afthe Southern Alberta amateur tournament staged at Henderson over the weekend. Stroh, who admitted he hadn't been playing that well but was still winning, fired an even par 70 Saturday and never looked back. Meanwhile, low net honors in the three-day event went to newcomer Peter Morley a 14- handicapper and the horse race saw Tom Gelleny emerge victorious. A record 204 entries tested the Lake Layout over the three days but it may have been the last time that many will take part. According to club professional Earl Francis, it congested things somewhat, not nearly as bad as one may have been led to believe but enough to be uncomfortable for a number of golfers. "I haven't been playing all that said Stroh, "but I've been winning or coming Soccer violence This was the scene outside the stadium at Cardiff after Manchester United defeated the home side. Po- lice arrested scores of people involved in fights. Roundup of weekend race results 5 Wj '-'J. C-'fli 5 furlongs Dala Ewry 4 10 250 220 War P.aiflfr 'Norriji 270 230 03 Person H SECOND S2.10D "Ja'-T-ing. 3 '..'rji 1 i. e, 41 so 14 so 6 3D. La Tia 3 3 OD. 4 70 V'M M.iis'de Herb. Mean Miss County Eskimo Ki-'S O'Tty. Day 3153 rSr, DAILY DOUBLE: S 102.50. T-e'rssww.i 3 2 "0 flpaciion S 50 BO Darvj. i.-i'ii 4- 10, Time 2 ?2 4'? Barry T QUINEU.A: FOURTH 32300. Mailing 3 ciios. 6 bqo 4 SO 360 2 TJ 6.00 3 60 2 1 11 Nfrnvc-oTir) oifj Cudge. vVir.f) 0' "C'SCf ran FIFTH 51 .TOO. 4 year olds and :ib 1 Tlllfc. Sfrf; X 4. i 30 3.60 Buckskin Ivllv 9 JO S 60 Shpbs's 5 Time- 1.45 1 'S Rc'urri TO Dsnoc. SlJfiblmp Club SOM also 'in. OUINELLA: Trar.k Snatch Cc-inur MK Lucky SIXTH tlsrming 4 year olds anrt uD 1 mile Gi'b 1720 650 360. Powerful Pop 390 290. So Fsrilas (Oiiivci 3.00 Time 1-44 fligM Couni ftijyy Rouscr Duk-e CM Alba wares SEVENTH 4 year olds ana uo 1 milT Wir-dsai-'s Jimmy Ipbeian) 700 4 00 2.90. Jam-e' ZlitlCfy 'Sarensan) 10.50 460. Grarrdm (Olltvej 300 Time: 1-44 r.. 'ver Double Cypress Cove. close." Stroh wasn't certain as to exactly how his season record stood. He won the club championship, finished second or at least third in other tour- naments. After missing better than two months of the season with an ailing back, Stroh felt it was great to win. "It's also nice to keep the title in he said, "rather than see it go to Calgary or somewhere else." It was the seventh Southern Alberta Stroh has played in. He had been, as he put it. a bridesmaid but never a bride. Twice Stroh has been the runner-up and on three other occasions was third. What will he do with his win- nings? His wife Joanne has taken up the game so more golf equipment will come in handy. In winning the Southern Alberta Stroh finished six strokes better than clubmate Lloyd Kanewischer and Taber's Ted Smith. Stroh enjoyed a par 70 Saturday and followed with a 74 Sunday and closed with a 73 Monday. Kanewischer was one stroke back after play concluded Saturday but fell three back Sunday. Smith. who started with a pair of 76's. was hot Monday with a one- over 71 but it was not enough to catch Stroh. Calgary's Jimmy Loftus had rounds of 72. 76 and 76 for fourth spot at 224 while Gelleny was fifth al 226 on scores of 74. 73. 79. Rounding out the top 10 in thr championship flight were Terry- Kirnme3! 227. Norm Gray 229. Gary McLellan 230. Al Kenwood 2X2 and John Soutcr 233. A3! ba1 Kenwood arc OJgary shotmakers. flight golfers had a crack at Morley in low net play and they finished well off the pace. Meanwhile, it was another dramatic finish in the horse race and for Kanewischer it was a case of being close again but no cigar. After finishing in the runner-up spot in the cham- pionship division, Kanewischer appeared to be in the driver's seat in the horse race. Playing Gelleny head-to-head after Calgary's Loftus bowed out on the next to last hole. Kanewischer watched as Gelleny flew the green and landed at the back, in the short rough. Kanewischer. on the other hand, was on the green in two. He put his third shot about four feet from the pin, a white-knuckler. Gelleny, as he later put it jokingly, had no other choice but to can his ball from off the green. With his putter Gelleny sunk his fourth shot from off the green hoping for at least a tie and a chance at a chipoff. It never came about as Kanewischer slid past the hole. Another highlight of the three-day event was a hole-in- one Saturday by Bill Persley. Playing in a foursome with Rod Belheumer. Dean Barker and Bill Karbashewski. Persley canned his tee-shot on the new eighth hole. He used a wedge for the shot. "It was my first and probably my last." he said. Following is the complete list of division gross and net winners: dhfeion, grott i. C'ift SlTOh. telbtrndge 70-74-73 217. 2 Ooyd Ka-ntwisciheT. lelhbt'dge 71- 76-76 3g3: 3 Ted Smflh. TatHf- 76- 76-71 lew TWI CMf Stroh 211 Svoond dhrWcm. grou i A I 2 Bill 76. 7B-61 T35. EIGHTH year o'cLv 1 milf- PilOl Bird (Pheian) f. TO 4.PO 3.70. Icy Child Undal 330 7ops in Design (L. Wiseman) 6 90 Time 1-44 Tracy Jay Carmr-ngay. sutler's O'pam. Klondike dakcndsri. Golden 6aske1 Wlamselle. Vickies Chamr. also ran NINTH claiming. 4 year cilds. 6 Mills O1 fir-cm (Phelani 560 3Wi 3.10. Hapoy WnisllCT iO 7 30 3 90. Amber' Day 1 13 Claire C. Duchess Nan. Nor- ".x Nizely Does M also 'an S34.10. h's winning total was 237. Smith and Kanewischer were in at 223 In the championship division's 3ow net race it was Slroh, Gelleny, Kanewischer and Smith all tied at 211. Kenwood followed (lie leaders at 237 In capturing Sow net honors Moriey put his M handicap k> good use. Saturday he came in at If, and then added rounds of 81 and 83 for a 242 total, good enough to win the fourth divi- sion title, the 3ow net honors in