The Brandon Sun from Brandon, Manitoba, Canada on May 26, 1973 · Page 10
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1 0 THE BRANDON SUN, Soturdoy, May 26, 1973 Juniors sign compiled from dispatches National Hockey League and World Hockey Association teams continued Friday to sign graduated juniors at a record pace. Vancouver Blazers of the WHA announced they have signed their first and third amateur draft picks. Club president Jim Pat-tison announced that Coiin Campbell, the team's first-round draft choice, was signed to a multi-year contract. Campbell, a defeneeman, had seven goals and 40 assists with Peterborough Petes of the Ontario Hockey Association Major Junior A series. He also was drafted hy the NHls Pittsburgh Pen-, gums. Pattison also announced that Ed Humphreys, a goaltender with Saskatoon Blades of the Western Canada Hockey League last season, had come to terms with the Blazers. Humphreys was a third-round draft choice of Montreal Canadiens. Blazers' general manager Phil Watson said the team also is close to NICKLAUS briefly SMITH ATLANTA Jack Nicklaus shot a six-under 66 and matched the biggest lead of the year four strokes Friday in the second round of the $150,000 Atlanta Classic golf tournament. Nicklaus, who hadn't competed since taking his third title of the year April 22 in the Tournament of Champions, left a strong field gawking in bewilderment at his course record-tying 133 total, 11-under-par on the 6,883-yard Atlanta Country Club course. Nicklaus didn't make a bogey. 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 birdies. He lipped out two other birdie putts, missed an eagle by an inch and left two other birdie at tempts just inches short of the cup. "We all ought to be getting handicaps, the way that guy is playing," said Tom Weiskopf, the only other player in the field able to keep Nicklaus in sight. He was alone in second with a 07 for a 137 total. George Knudson of Toronto shot a 72 and just managed to qualify at 148. WINNIPEG Winnipeg Blue Bombers today announced the signings of veteran Canadian Bob Kraemer and rookie import Dick Ruppcrt to their Western Fool-ball Conference club. Kraemer, a 23-year-old. 175-pound wingback-quarterback will be starting his third season with the Bombers. Ruppcrt, a six-foot five-inch offensive tackle from the University of Hawaii, is 25 years old and was drafted 10th in the i972 National Football League draft by the Kansas City Chiefs. PARIS Stan Smith and Arthur Ashe set out in successful pursuit Friday of the $15,000 first prize in the French tennis championship, but Cliff Richey was upset in the first round. Richey was defeated by a 16-year-old Swedish boy, Bjorn Borg. Smith, favored in the tournament, defeated Georges Govcn of France while Ashe, seeded fourth, defeated Hungarioan veteran Istvan Gulyas. CHARLOTTETOWN Carroll Morgan of An-tigonish, N.S., scored a technical knockout over Jack Stevenson of Vancouver at 2:10 of the first round Friday night to win the heavyweight crown at the Canadian Amateur Boxing Association championships. Leo Sauve of Montreal won the lightweight crown with a three-round decision over Steve Ross of Winnipeg. Marv Arneson of Winnipeg retained the light welterweight title with a three-round decision over Michel Briere of Montreal. JERSEY CITY, N.J. Santos of Brazil, paced by its superstar Pele, recorded its 10th straight soccer victory Friday night by defeating Lazio of Itaiy 3-0 before a crowd of 2,614 fans. Pele scored the first goal on a penalty shot after nine minutes of the first half. CSeKBaaBBWEidtlaBBBBBB Biondor Junior Chamber of Commerce GAS-A-RAMA I Brnkley Motors Ltd. Saturday, May 26, S a.m. 9 Balloons for Childre Dogs, Cokes Car Wash 1.50 Hoi The Order of Ihe White Shrine of Jerusalem Pinks and Lilacs STRAWBERRY TEA Masonic Temple 302-Bfh St. Thurs,,Mcy31, 2-5 p.m. 1 ' agreement with second-round choice Brent Leavins who played with the WCHL's Swift Current Broncos last year and fourth-round pick Jacques Tetreauit of Drummond-ville, Que. Meanwhile, Detroit Red Wings of the NHL announced the signing of Nelson Pyatt to a multi-year pact. Pyatt, Detroit's second pick in the amateur draft, is a six-foot. 180-pound centre from Thunder Bay. The 20-year-old Pyatt played part of last season with Oshawa Generals of the OHA, where he scored 13 goals and had 19 assists before being sidelined with a broken wrist. In other NHL news, general manager Punch Imlach of Buffalo Sabres was discharged from hospital after undergoing treatment, for a viral infection. And Philadelphia Flyers made an addition to their infamous Mad Squad. Flyers acquired Bruce Cowick from San Diego Gulls of the Western Hockey League in a swap PELE i School Division Music Department FINALE CONCERT Thurs., May 3 1,7:30 p.m. Involving all instrumental groups in the division Conductors: Daphne E. Marshall, Strings S. G. Harris, Band R. Duane Hendricks, Bond Adults $1.00, Sr. Citizens and Students 50 Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium Tickets at the Box Office POLYNESIAN LUNCHEON and FASHION SHOW Brandon Golf and Country Club May 29 and 30, 1 : ,T 0 r Admission S3. 50 and sign and... for three players, Cowick, a 21-year-old 200-pound left wing, will move to the NHL club in return for centres Tom Trevelyan and Jim Stan-field and left winger Bob Hurlburt. At San Diego last season, Cowick scored 17 goals and had 13 assists, and had 165 minutes in penalties. "He has the size and he's a fighter," said Keith Allen, general manager of the brawling Flyers. "He fits the mould of the Flyers." The American Hockey League announced its all-star teams top defeneeman, most valuable player and Busy weekend If you're undecided as to what to do this weekend, then look no further than the next few lines. If you're a sports enthusiast, then this FIRST S1.500 claiming, year? old mill up, fi fiii'lnncs. Terob (Driedgcr) 6.80 Time: 1:14.6 Bit CT Good. Keep A Coin, Swantinii, Tiz Atibhiii, Lana Gail. Lisa B. Goode and Calsomine also Speedv Wheefcr (Howland) 14.30 6.50 3,50 Jakes Pet (Padron) S.40 4.20 College Bound (Dimma) 2.90 Time: 1:15.4 Daily double: 92.60 Firm Bull. Miss Slar Cruz, Our Ki-b.H..-. KI.M.il ;i!;, JliMV's Klnsli and Furkliall Lila also ran. THIRD 81,500 claiming, 4 -vii s oM and up, 6 furlungs. !. Hubr-Sub (Vimsn) 6.30 3.90 also ran. FOURTH $1,500 claiming 4 year; ";n r,nr n;. I. !urlr.ni;s. Howdy Hi Hilday (Hnlnhi) 6,110 r. -m :: in Oic Juno iiiirrl) :.!)() 2.80 Fred's Orphan (Phipp.s) 3.20 Time: 1:15 QuinelU: 9.50 St) s.iiior. Midnijshl Award, Mini Beau Rail, Bumpy Boys and Essie Princess Lottie was a irack scratch. FIFTH SI, 500 claiming 4 years oM ami up, a'. . furlongs. Hnnl Tassel (Dimma) 7.50 3.20 2.30 Amber Kim tPhipps) 2.90 2.40 Cedar Stick (Bird) 2.70 Time 1:07.2 (Juinel!a:H.5() Jampton Crcen. Gray's Choice, BncMon liv, l.atlle Bjorn and TipuiuiH I. ad aiso ran. SIXTH 81,500 claiming. 4 years old and up. furlorms. Or.mis War (Bird) 6.60 3.00 2.90 lailden Thrust dimma 5.20 Mm Gallant Gitm (Phipps) 2.90 Time: 1:14.6 QuiiR'Ua: 27.40 Stirpes. Dandy Kuason, Dour Hon. Spring's Prince and Royal Eatilc also ran. SEVENTH 51.500 purse, 3 wars oid. all'iv.aau:. C furlongs. Bolero .let (Wiseman) 7.50 4.60 3.00 Captor's SUreel ( Reticle) 0.70 3 10 Western World i Bray) 4.(50 Time; t:I4.4 CJuinella: 81.40 Apache Trail, llhnnria's Put, Dakon. "loom Puppet, Our Dancer, George's Pet and Syl-vadust also ran, EIGHTH $2,75042.500 claim-inj;, :! !llri 4 wars old. 5V4 furlongs Prince Robbv (llendncksl 7 30 3310 3.30 Distant Sunrise (Dimma) 0.303 60 Huella (Corea) 5.60 Time: 1:07.4 Quinella: 34.H0 Cool Belle. II, H. Ate. Forever M;tw.-ll, Gentleman Joe. Restless Slar, Miss Jumble and Restless Spar also ran. THE SWISS COFFEE HOUSE )pl 7 df o ink & am. 2 a.m. FULL COURSE MEALS STEAKS and CHOPS SHRIMP and CHICKEN f taste and appetite Parents Council of Brandon 8 p.m.. May 3 1 YMCA All Purpose Room Everyone welcome (o discuss school-parent relationships. St. Mary's Anglican Church RUMMAGE SALE Fri., June 1 , 9 a.m. - T 2 noon Firs! and Louise Assiniboine Historical Society Meeting Man., May 28, 8 p.m. Agricultural Extension Centre Speaker: Rooul J. McKay "The History, Culture and Rolespf the Indian of Manitoba" Race Results rookie-of-the-year selections. Left winger Yvon Lambert of Nova Scotia Voyageurs was the only unanimous choice on the first team. Joining Lambert are Voyageurs Bob Murray, on defence, and right winger Tony Featherstone. The Voyageurs also placed goalie Michel Larocque and centre Morris Stefaniw, former Estevan Bruin star, on the second team. Two Cincinnati Swords, defeneeman Ray McKay and centre Billy Inglis, rounded out the first team, with Virginia Red Wings in the West - weekend is for you . . . that is, if stock car racing and golf are favorites of yours. IN STOCK CARS ... the Chater Raceway" is the place to be Sunday starting at 2 o'clock as the Brandon Stock Car Club kicks off its 1973 season with a 14-race program. There is $500 in prize money up for grabs and if this show is anything like past years' performances, then the excitement should be high. IN GOLF . . . three tournaments are on top this weekend in the West-Man area, at Souris, Rapid City and Sunnyside Golf and Country Club. The tourney at Sunnyside is open to players, coaches, referees, executive members and former associates of the Southwest Hockey League. It's scheduled for Sunday, with tee-off times between 8 and 11 a.m. Following the golf, trophies will be awarded for last season's hockey performances. A few golf 12 goaltender Doug Grant named to the goaltender position. Right-winger Ron Anderson of Boston Braves, left wing John Gould of Cincinnati and defeneeman Ralph Keller of Hershey Bears and Rick Pagnutti of Rochester Americans complete the second squad. McKay won the Eddie Shore Trophy as the league's ' outstanding defeneeman while Inglis was voted the most valuable player and picks up the Les Cunningham Trophy. The Red Garrett Memorial Trophy, for rookie-of-the-year honors, went to Anderson. Man prizes will be also awarded. At Souris, it's the annual spring men's open, and golfers may play either today or Sunday. Or, if you wish, play nine holes each day. There are five flights with entry fee set at $2. At Rapid City's Valleyview golf course, par 28, it's a men's open tournament. The tourney is on today and Sunday, with golfers playing 18 holes either day. Tee-off times are from 1 p.m. on Saturday and until 1 p.m. on Sunday. There are five flights, with the entry fee $2. 8 25OFF j On the purchase of Bucket or Pall j of golf balls. 5j tfftctrv Man. to Jot Mot to Jun Z 1 FAIRWAY GOLF Hi 1 8th Street N. BOHMwiwb "TRUCKS ARE OUR Bill Wilton (left) and Elmer Klock of Wilton Mercury Sales Ltd. presenting the keys to a new Ford Truck to Connie Christianson (right) of Christianson Ltd., Brandon and district's John Deere Dealer. The new Ford L8000 Model Diesel Powered Truck and trailer will enable Christianson Ltd. to provide their customers with fast and efficient machinery pickup delivery service. It's official: Rodgers is the latest A louette MONTREAL (CP) Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Rodgers of Nebraska made it official Friday when he signed a three-year contract with Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League, Neither the Alouettes nor lawyer Barry Lang-berg would disclose exact terms of the contract, believed to be. worth $100,000 to the all-America halfback. But Langberg said that he would like to clear up "a few things" concerning the pact, "I never said the contract was in excess of six figures as some reports I've read have indicated," Langberg said. "I also read that the Alouettes would be required to pay a triple penalty if Johnny was cut or traded there is absolutely no provision for this in his contract." Rodgers had been quoted as saying the Als won the battle for his services over the National Football League San Diego Chargers because the latter wanted to use him strictly as a punt return specialist and wide receiver. But the five-foot, nine-inch Rodgers, who weighs 173 pounds, said that was only part of the story. coupon festWTO WILTON MERCURY SALES LTD. 1 Oth and Victoria Ave., Brandon Phone 728-6656 "The people here and the city had more to do with my decision than money. I'd still like to live here even if I wasn't playing football." He said he did not come here because Montreal "was more advantageous to the black athlete," but because he thinks the longer and wider field in Canada "will be to my advantage." Head coach Mary Levy was asked how he expected the remainder of his players to react to the rich contract signed by Rodgers. "I've been asked this several times since negotiations began," Levy said. "The players are elated that we have a man here 96 "WHERE THE Just FEATURING . . . Maverick Burger Steer Burger Onion Rings Bronco Burger Hound Dog Lil'Buckaroo Burger Bacon Snack Fish Burger Fish and Chips Flavor Crisp Chicken Delicious Pizza "MANITOBA'S BIGGEST BUSINESS" who is going to help us win." Rodger's decision to choose the Alouettes over the offer made by the Chargers was announced in Los Angeles Thursday. Rodgers said the San Diego offer "was a very good contract but not as good as the contract offered by Montreal." Sam Berger, owner of the Alouettes said that negotiations with Langberg and Rodgers had been "imicable throughout" and there had been no contentious hassles. "I'm sure that the other clubs in the league will have to treat us with respect this season," Berger said of his 1972 third-place club. OF ALL BRANDON HOUSEHOLDS READ THE BRANDON SUN Advertise ft Pays ACTION IS" DRI VE INN RESTAURANT North of inti Strtot Ovorpait 728-7700 Coke, Root Beer, Milk Shakes, Orange, Coffee. Hot ' DRIVE - INN RESTAURANT"

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