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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 1971 g THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Tuesday, July 13 Horse racing returns Whoop-Up Days near, get under way Monday By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Writer The quiet that has enveloped Hie Lethbridge Exhibition since last fall will be As Ls Uie case each year the show promises to be bigger and better. Each new show seeking to better the one past. This year there will be three Wednesday Morning at SIMPSONS-SEARS tough ads to deness Mondav. Whcop-Up year's rodeo, chuckwagon races Davs are here for six days. and thoroughbred racing were 'NEVER WILL- Race results CALT-ARY -Rats results from Victoria Park Monday: clalmlnq. 3 yesr olds, 7 lur- longs _______ Packers gain only sweep Packers picked up the only eight point sweeP 'm. Club golf league action Mon- Doug6Brown captured the low gross honors as he fired a 37 and also aided Packers to gain the low team net score. Brown along with Max Dm pie, Ralph Thrall and Reg Turner combined lor a 142 low 5CDaen Peters of Lethbridge Of fice Furniture took home the low net score with a 30. Harry Blacker of CHEC Radio swept individual honor: at Henderson Lake in Golf League action. Blacker- stroked his way tn a 34 low gross and 31 low net round. Low team net went to the Parsons foursome of Nazum Kirk Van VanOrman, H. C. Brown and Fred Harrison. Two sweeps were registered at the Lake as Kimuras dump- ed the House of Lethbridge and A and W took all eight points from Pahulje. LSKESIDE Revorss Current 8.10 Thumb Hill (Norrls) Return's Mad (Suitor) 5.50 DiSyVD.Ve'r, Lord Hairy, Silky's et. Dainty Hope, Debbl. Jean .150 an. Second claiming, 4 year olds up, ''HufT'icho (Stadnyk) 5.00 3.10 7JQ Polar Mound (Watson) 2.80 Hot Flight (Whittle) 2M Mistake, Finagle, Random Rage, Reprah also ran. DAILY DOUBLE claiming, 2 year olds. J lur "rSmt The Spots (Barrohy) 1.10 1.50 '''country Doctor (Kipling) 2.BO 5.40 Halgson (Rasmusscn) 3.M Front5Desk, Round A Town also ran. QUINELLA SS.BO Fourth claiming, 3 year olds, IV- mTroj.n (Whittle) 6.10 Tally Boy (Rasmussen) 10.10 6.20 Sione (Barrooy) 7.70 Time: 3-5 Artie John, Lonely Street, Th Wisp, Sandy's Splendor also ran. Fifth (Exactor) 1 yea olds and up, IVa miles, claiming pnc Market (Hedge) 10.80 4.90 ''jasper Park (Kipling) 3.60 3.00 Justa Roar (Sutor) 4.20 all termed successes and all will be on display this time around. The big hit of the 1970 Whoop- Up Days show was the initial staging of thoroughbred racing and pari-miituel betting. i The six-day meet attracted I better than bettors who wagered some Once again the Lethbridge and District Exhibition will join forces with the Rocky Mountain Racing Association to bring in Uie top thoroughbreds from Montana, Idaho, Washington and various pails of Alberta and British Columbia. Post time daily has been set at two o'clock with eight races. I Each day, wilh possibly the es- j ception of Wednesday, will have a feature race besides the reg- ular daily double, exactor and j quinella. Gerry Kipling proved to be Uie meet's top jockey as he romped home a winner on 18 mounts over Uie six days, an average of three each day, and it is expected he will lead a contingent of top notch jockeys back this year. Three nights of rodeo action and chuckwagon racing will be yet another feature of the six- day show. With the Whoop-Up Days rodeo close on the heels of the Calgary Stampede a good num- ber of first-class cowboys are expected to compete in the in- field events at the rodeo. Supporters will see competi- i lion in saddle and bareback rone riding, calf-roping, steer wild horse race, and ullriding as well as barrel acing for the gals. The chuckwagons, wilh up- of 12 wagons in the run- ing, will be featured each eve- ning before the rodeo. Rodeo action and the chuck- ragons are set for a seven 'clock start each evening. For six days, starting Mon- lay, the Exhibition grounds wiii fee filled with the cries, 'they're off and and 'em Pahulie CHEC Doriqatt! Flemings Owens f-oulh. Alta Hoi, Fir., Bor Skinny, News Media and Tin Brothe also ran. Sixth claiming, 4 year olds and u (Shields) 13.30 6.50 4. Max Wing (Sanchez) 4.90 Chained Flag (Rasmussen) 3.60 Onf Explorate, Deletus, Thumprince, Fermet also ran. Seventh claiming, 4 year olds and up, (Rasmussen) 6.803.403.20 Wise Pride (Blllingiley) 15.00 4.40 Cash Deposit (Barrooy) 3.90 Time 2-5 Jim Ketfe, Rovinq Doctor, Sen Bar, Curra Tip, Slsf- ran. CO-OD House of LclHBridqe Herald McGuires COUNTRY CLUB Gentleman Parsons 1 Lilydale A and W Basledos flenvs Doriqattis Eatons Alias S1.700, claiming. voar olds and up. "priddTs3 Dandy (Hedge) 8.40 S.10 Mister Bountiful (Norris) 7.906.30 Mighty Willing (Sanchez) 3.40 Chantage. Lolita's Hope. Peace-Man, Ice Alley, Tidal Breeze also ran. 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Nfld., lost to heavyweight Luis Piros of Brazil by a techni- cal knockout in the eighth round. In the main bout, Davey Vas- quez of New York successfully defended his North American bantamweight title by flooring Ilicardo Delgado of Mexico twice on his way to a imani mous 12-round decision. avenging the onh defeat in his brief professiona career, weighed llS'.i to IM'.i or Delgado. Vasquez has won 0 bouts, while Delgado's record is 9-1-1. Paduano's fists were quick, both on offence and defence to the semi-final. But they failed to mpress the judges as much as he never-say-die rallies by tfcAloon, who had solid backing 'rom Irishmen in the crowd of about Pires, winning his fourth con- secutive fight at the Garden, had little trouble with Drover to a war of attrition which ended abruptly after 50 seconds of the eighth round when referee Zaek Clayton stopped the bout after Drover had taken an eight count. 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