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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THf HFWAin W'lfninifffy, II, 1971 Races lead lliings off Ready to whoop it up starting this Monday? Tlic countdown lo kick-off For Hie 1072 Whoop-Up Days cole- brnlions reaches five days Iwlay and preparations are being completed for the biggest and best show ever at the Leuh- bridgc Exhibition. A firsi year experiment, in 1970, thoroughbred racing and pari-mutual bctling will be one of llic main allraclions of the slum- when it unfolds next Monday. There will he eight, races daily with a post time of 3 p.m. There had been early reports that Ihe races would start at two. the same as Hie fall meet. The story is incorrect. Andy Andrews, manager of the Lclh bridge Exhibition, pointed out why. "With the extra hour of day- light it won't hurt to start an hour later." he said. "This way Ihe eight-lo five office workers will get a chance to get in for the last three or maybe four races each day." Once again the races are the sole responsibility of [he Lclh- bridge Exhibition Board. To dale some 230 applications for stalls have been received and there is every reason lo believe that that many horses could be on hsnd for Ihe meet. Thursday, through Saturday, results CALGARY (cn Rdc? result Tuesday ?t Park. FIRST M.iCO, Llainiing, 1 year olds, i fur- lencs. Mi5S Easter Dsy (Levind 5.50 350 190, (Havnesi 3.10 2.50, Ky Charger Ti'ne: 1 02 1-5 While F'epf, Kid, Bycking Hope. Rayal Resclve, Sullans Diary also ran, SECOND 51 400, claiming, 3 year olds. 7 fur- longs. Eriks Blue (RycrofH 14.70 7.10 NEW York Maliack (8-5) Lta Angeles John (7-O tf Philadel- phia Selma (1-B) N Houslon Roberts (7-4) BT Chicago Rcuschel (3-1) Atlanta Schuebr (3-3) at St. Louis Gibson (8-i) N Pittsburgh walker (3-4) Cincin- nati Simpson (4-3) N TUESDAY'S RESULTS FIRST Houston Oil oni 10 1 Chicago 101 001 S 1 Forsch (5-3) Gladding (8) and Ed- wards) Hooton (7-8) Phoebus (7) Aker I9> and Hudney HRs: U7> wynrt SECOND Houston 02D Wl 10 B Chicago loo ill t o Wilson New York (7) Griffin Gibson (7) end Howard; Hands (7-6) Aker (8) and Rudolph. HRs: Chi (2) (P) Williams (IB) Pepl- lone Los Angelei 000 flH I 0 Philadelphia 040 000 44) Sutlon (105) Mikkelsen (7) and Can- Inaro; Carlton (11-6) and Baleman. Pittsburgh 000 000 07} Cincinnati 202 000 5 a 1 Moose (5-5) Johnson (5) Garber (7) imd SanguUlen; flilllngham (5-9) and Bench. HR: San Francisco 012000 I 4 New York no Oio 2 l Bryant (7-4) and Radcrj Kosdman Sadeckl and Dyer, Grott (3) HR: SF-McCovey San Diego 032 DM ooo-5 7 i Montreal ..no 001 Mo 000-6 14 7 Kirby, CorWns Norman (1J> and Sim- mons. HR: Atl-Aaron AMERICAN LEAGUH East Delrolt Ballimors Boston 34 36 37 J2 43 30 44 Pet. .553 .539 .SCO .491 .405 Oakland 4 19 Chicago -14 34 AAinnesola .....38 37 Kansas Clly 39 33 Texas .33 45 .507 .50fi 13 TODAY'S GAMES Emton Curtis (5-3> QaWend Hanv Illon (5-3) N New York SWtlemyra (B-10) at Cal- ifornia Allen (2-5) N Milwaukee Brett (5-6) at Minnesota Blyleven (8-10) N Texas GogolewskI (3-7) af Detroit SlflVbacK (1-3) N Chicago Wood (129) at Cleveland Kilkenny (2-1) N Kansas City Nelioo (2-3) at Balti- more Dobson (10-B) N TUESDAY'S RESULTS Chicago .DM 1DO 4 Cleveland 020 100 9 I Bahnsen, Gossaqe (2-0) (6) Forsler (7) and Herrmann; Tidrow (5-9) Rid- dleberger (7) Hennigan (S) and Fosse. HRs: Allen (IB) Relchardl ti} SpelUo