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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LKHBMDGE HMAID September __ Southern coivboys show well for 1972 Uj RARRV ALLISON The Ilcr.ild Souilicm Alterta cowboys arc doing quile well Lliis year on belli tlie American and Cana- dian circuils. Wliile no soulhcrn Albertans arc in the lead in any one cvcnl in CaJiada, one competitor, Jimmy Gladstone, is ranked 10th in (lie world's calf roping standings. Gladstone, twice Canadian calf roping king, is running sec- ond this ye.tr in Canada behind loader Kenny McLean o[ Vcr- WE SOLVE PROBLEM WATER IRON ACID CLOUDY BAD TASTE BAD ODOUr IF your Taueel wnlcr is sluinino your Fixtures, ruining your laundry, or is otherwise obnoxious you have a PROBLEM, ll's lo easy and 10 economical to have clear, filtered, con- ditioned CULIIGAN WATER CONDITIONING (LETHBRIDGE) LTD. HON. MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE, IETHBRIDGE Frr '-OB analysis and Just phone 327-7867 and SAY a mon who non, B.C., but lias managed lo pocket thus far in both (he U.S. and Canada. Only the top 15 ropers in the world qjal- ify for the national finals rodeo at Oklahoma City Dec. 2 to 10. Jimmy, though liis earnings might not show it, has Iiad liis share of bad luck this year. In a jackpol rope-off with. eifiht- time roping champion Dean Oliver, he was leading in Ihc six-call event when his rope broke and he picked up no time. Oliver went on to win the match and Jimmy lost the JIMMY GLADSTONE Then, in the finals of the Cal- gary Stampede, his calf kicked free and cost Jimmy the cham- pionship and more than in prize money. On the brighter side of tilings, Jimmy has picked up the first place cheque at rodeos at Bas- sano, BTUCC, Killam and Knl- lispell. lie also won the South- ern Circuit roping title and is currently in the lead for the Central Circuit honors. A well known rodeo hand, Tom Tekisko, is not having year he had last season when he won the Cana- dian all-around, saddle btroac and steer wrestling titles. Tom has won this year and is sitting second In (lie Canadian all-around race and third in tlic saddle bronc. Cardston's Lynn Jensen, the southern Circuit all-around and bareback chump in 1971, finish- ed third In the circuit's all- around race lliis year, the some position ho holds down in the Canadian standings with in the bank to date. Jensen, a school teacher, is also tliird in the Canadian steer wrestling and sixth in the bare- back rankings. Lynn hits all the events at one time or an- otlier, riding bulls, roping 'calves, steer wrestling or hang- ing on bareback broncs. Among liis money making outings this year, he took lop honors in Hie steer wrestling at both Swift Current and Slcttlcr. Canada's ageless of rodeo, Harold Mandeville, just seems lo keep on rolling along. He is silting in sixth spot in the Canadian calf roping race and is sevenlli in the steer wrestling. He was pocketed more than 250 thus far, splitting that amount almost equally between the two events. He the Ijeal sleer wrestler at both Saskatoon and Vauxliall this year. Dr. D. C. Lund of Tabcr, who look the steer wrestling event at Hnyinond on the South Cir- cuit earlier this year, has add- ed more loot lo his Raymond winnings and finds himself in second spot in the Canadian steer wrestling race. Darwin, a veterinarian, lias earned in his event. He also finished second on the southern circuit, just a scant four points behind the leader. Arnold Haraga ot Skiff is a past Canadian all-around cham- pion and slecr. wrestling king and tliis year finds himself listed in the lop 10 In both the doggin' and roping in Canada. Two ot Amie's biggest wins this year came at Brooks and Coronation ho look the steer wrestling Ironors. He fin- ished third in the Southern Cir- cuit steer wrestling. Canadian cowboys in general are liaving a good time south of Ihe border and seven of them MACLEOD FARM CENFRE owned and operated in FORT MACLEOD fay VANEE BROTHERS, has all your NEW and USED MACHINERY NEEDS! Including Grinder Mixers Hay Conditioners Forage Harvesters Balers Baler Twine Liquid Manure Tanks "WE ARE AISO YOUR AUTHORIZED DEALERS FOR BEATTIE EQUIPMENT, ALLIED EQUIPMENT, and WHEATBELT EQUIPMENT MACLEOD FARM CENTRE Phone 234-4428 in FORT MACLEOD or Phone 328-1477 in LETHBRIDGE HOLLAFSD ALJTHfOOlZEO DEALEH Grain Augers Manure Spreaders Bale Wagons Swathers Combines HAROLD MANDEVILLE arc riding high in tire world .standings, Hiding highest of all is Mel Kyi and of Surrey, B.C. who is currently leading the world in Ihc saddle bronc race with more Uian in winnings. He is sixth in the all-around race and IKI is leading the Canadian race for saddle bronc honors. In fifth place in the all-around race in world competition is Kenny McLean, liaving earned in rodeo in 1972. Kenny is lllh in the world calf roping race and in Canada he finds himself at tlic head of three events, the all-around, steer Wrestling and the roping. lie is second iu the saddle bronc. Ivan Dames of Innisfail is 12th in the all-around race and third in the world's saddle hronc standings while John Dodds erf Ponoka is holding down 12th position in bull rid- ing. Dodds is the leading bull rider in Canada. Two Canadians appear in the world bareback standings. Dale Trollier has won more than in Ilth spot in the world while Allan Tha-pc is silting in seventh spot with ARNOLD HARAGA FLOmCULTUIlE Floriculture the science and practice of growing, har- vesting, handling, design, use, and marketing of greenhouse and ouWoor grown ornamental and flowering plants (amiuaLa and perennials) as cut flowers, poltod plants, and bedding plants. DON'T BUY ADVERTISING SPACE IN THE DARK The Lelhbridge Herald's CHINOOK CIRCULATION is (Guaranteed) ;