Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
_ TH? inrrenroor HTHAIP Wy TI, 1971 They're off and running Monduy a I three Everything set for the opening liy I'AT SUI.UVAN llrrnld Sports Writer How far can iwo dollars lake you? All (he way to but don'L count on il. Tlie Lclhurklge Exhibition Board will once a gain host thoroughbred racing for six days during Whoop-Up Days and a Iwo dollar investment could bring you a windfall. But as was mentioned More, the chances are great it will never happen. What docs happen lov ynuv investment is a feeling of in- volvmcnl in the sport of kings, horse racing. Last year, dur- ing the Whoop-Up Days meet, one girl did cash a ticket for on a daily double. She had the only lickct on tho place. By Willie Ketchum MONDAY'S SELECTIONS FII1ST RACE 55'JO Claiming For Ihrcc year olds and upM'ards SEVEN FURLONGS POLAR MOUD FIREY DOLL WINNING SKIP KNIGHTS UP BLECTROLEX TRUE TRUST LITTLE MISS SWISS H7 Should win here ___ 1H Will be charging 119 probablo early leader ___ 119 Cliancs for share- 117 Will walch cne time 119 Lillle chance no Oldlime class horse 119 Lillle chance willi tlipit SECOND RACE S50P Claiming for IJircc year old maidens. FFVE FURLONGS iocd break COLOR ME AMBER ADDY BIRD JULIUS AUCTION BAR SCOPE CALL ME PATTY UTACHA CANADIAN BREEZE IBLIS5 ...il? 113 110 Very l Good rider Always trying Could tc in mcncy Touqh el besf Maybe! Longshol THIRD RACE Sfiflfl Claiming for 4 year olds and upwards SI5VEN FURLONGS THE FINISH LINE Art WJiams, lefl, and Jim Doyle tl-iouqM Whoop-Up Downs needed a new finish line so they went ahead and buill one. "It's just [ike ine ons at Churchill so id Williams not just because we buili il he added jokingly. MEO CLASS LE HQUE U. HOPE FUST A ROAR MR T. 1_. T- F M E R n U POD VEEDER 117 Should here 124 Will thi 119 Will be charging 117 WUh Ihs pack 117 Unknown quantify IT v.'ill Day yrll N.-l hpr- TED H 113 Race TO GOODNESS 115 HOPE U HURRY Ill CALTABULOUS HO WILLY SABIE 112 JOE 115 VON 117 p in. ii A i u DOLL -.107 FrdflV fit Symphony, Gypsy elso RACE 5500 Claiming H claiming, 2 yeer SCO, claiming. 3 year 7 HOPE 11 1 Pacific Wsvs K'pijnal CHOP CHOP 117 5. JO. Go Gvpsv iRssnfssonl 360 A Grin l Combs'1 00 J JO, INDIAN m PoHaleh Soois (Shields) 117 Tim-: 1-nj V26 5TA? 11! Vic's Gin, T-. A Town, 5ilrnf Fcrp-A PERFECT 12 Flaherty. Chief Biq Edge, Enks Blue also HOPE 11 Day also ALIBI 119 SECOND clalrrvnc, a year eld mjldrnj 7 Furlo-in" ciaiming, A year olds and ui RACE 5500 Claming Campus fln.-tfli 7 io 3. Eoulinda (Haves) 9.50 3.9P, Reved 'Haynes) 3.70 Sharp IMAGE tSanchez) 3 Timt 1 :25 KIM Indian Quid, Dream. WH Bully, Cheat Tlr> Bull, SPEED Ccunly also Finncgin, Dr. Nile also DAILY DOUBLE: RYTHM THIRD JMOO, claiming 4 year o'ds end claiming, 4-year olds and up, 7 RACE S700 Clami J Warrior (Gold) 7 tin 3 Corl Majlc 3.80 3.70, Anlln D (Hedge) 570 Silky Page (Kipling) Favour (Rasmtssen) 3.50 3.70, Siarry Princs (Hayncs) Times: BILLINGS BILLET Time: Warrior. Grey Knignl ETERNAL Swirtn Leader, Cliucklc On, RED Billie Cheri, Lillle Miss KNIGHT COOL TURK QUINELLA: claiming, 4 year glds and RACE S500 Clalmlr Boy (Levlne) 3, BO 3.90 claiming, 3 year olds, 7 Money (Norrls) 3.20, longs. Eahs Marimba 'Levlnei 7.10 3 3.20. Time: 1.10, Palatial (Phelan) 3.20 2.8G, Agenl, Ladys Trip, SIMON CGolrJ) 3.70. Time: Solar Record also ran. QUINELLA: ATIPTOE BEAVER CAT SAL LUSTROUS QUEEN LOVE BEST BET SHOT TD Young ombilious m6nf 20-27 yeors of O.QC, ferably but not necessarily married. WHY-To earn from to per year t a year only two Southern Cir- Sellina and merchand sing sofh drinks for the rodeos left lo BO, the Leth- 1 boltling planl in S. Alberta, which is expanding Ms sales Whoop-Up Days and Hie Medicine Hat show, all of the championships are still for grabs. 5AI.E5 MANAGER CHINOOK BEVERAGES 2907 2 Ave. S., all around leader, Tom Bcws, is only 10 points ahead of last year's winner in that event, Lynn Jensen, while- nnlj eight points separate the top WINDY CITY HOCKEY MOBILE HOME 10'x35' Comnlctcly rocondilioncd AUGUST MOBILE HOMES HENDERSON PARK ICE 327-1986 FOURTH RACE 5500 Claiming 2 year old maidens FIVE FURLONGS Should w'n on breeding 115 Maybe, maybe no! 117 May race It's imoorlcnt Needs a win Who's to say Will need luck Won't be ONE MILE AND ONE SIXTEENTH Class of race Qldlimcr could be lough Likes (his (rack Probably early leader Comes from behind 12? Might need (his race Not far enough Some i r year olds and upivards FIVE FURLONGS lo wire U.S. hors-s Has pcsl lo win Might go Chance en hpst races Unknown quantify Very nar Early le run every step Will be with pace Like-s this track Always well placed FIVE FURLONGS margin SEVEN FURLONGS Should 93 hero Completes quinella Could be Ot-'lslde chance Rig race gives chance Has some speed Will be charging Don'l think so Two dollar bills nnd advico will be plcnliful al Whoop-Up Downs slarling Monday at llivec o'tlotli. Pari-mulucl belling makes Ihc races all worthwhile, if you know what you arc doing. For example, the Ral who cashed in the big bonanza last year used n number .syslom. She felt cciiaiu horses ono and eight would win so she look out a ticket on the daily double for 1-8. In other words, for her to hit the jackpot horse number one had to win the first race and eight the second. They did just lhal. During a regular race a per- son may bcl P2 on any borse entered. Tickets arc for win, place or show. Place meaning second and show third. If tbe race is a quinclla race the bet- Lor must pick (he two horses lhal finish first and second. They need nol finish in order of (be number on the lickcl, say for example 4-5. If five wins and four is second you still cash in. Not so with the cxacla. The bellor musl pick Ihe exact order of finish of the first two horses in order lo win. There be eight races daily r.l Whoop-Up Downs. Posl lime each afternoon is thrco o'clock. Thursday, Friday and again Saturday, chuckwagon races and Ihen professional rodeo take over the spotlight begin- ning at Whoop-Up Days officials are hopeful some 15 top wag- ons will be on hand for tins year's show as well as some of the finest cowboys in the rodeo business today. All in all officials feel the 1972 edition of Whoop-Up Days should be the biggesl and best lo date. It will have to go some after last year's record setting pace. The horse races brought in S72.000 more than the first year. If the lolal can exceed last year's mark it has to bo termed a success. Meanwhile in Calgary Dale. Trotticr mastered Frankenstein in bareback bronc riding Fri- day at the Calgary Stampede. The defending Canadian champion from Crooked Creek, Alia., climbed aboard Frank- enstein on tbe final day of the second go-round and raked and spurred the high-flying mounl for a score of 75 points. It gave him first-place money in the second round while Larry Mahan of Salem, Ore., five- time world all-round champion, placed second with 74 points. Mahan got his points Wednes- day while riding a horse called Miss America. The day belonged to tbe bare- back ridei-s with three other high-scoring rides registered. Allan Thorpe of Edmonton got 71 points on Sad Sam to move into a third place tie for sec- ond-roiuxl money with Gary Tucker of Carlsbad, N.M. Butch Bray of Ealle Point, Ore., carded a 70 to take firth place. Finals in all events were scheduled loday. The top 10 over-all leaders in point events advanced, while the top 12 from timed events also earned Ihe right for major prize money. NOW THAT'S A GOOD QUESTION Marsha Wiferd looks as though she almost expects her horse Magic Mink lo come up with on answer os to whether or not he plant lo have a good meel during Whoop-Up Days. Miss Willard trains horses for her falh- er and will be one of very few female owner-trainers al the six-day meet which under way Monday at three o'clock. Groenen Pholo Gals opened plav todav A Play opened this morniiip in the first annual Labor Club Larks women's fastball lourna- cmtn. Lethbridgc Junior Optimists were to meet Calgary Gulf Raiders at 11 followed by Oko- toks Orphans and Medicine Hat Elkeltes si one o'clock. At the host Larks met Calgary Rockettes while Medicine Hat Joyline Transfer will take on Namaio Jets at four o'clock. Fernie Hotel and Celajiese Fibrettes of Edmonton round out first draw with an encount- er at Games will be played contin- ually Sunday commencing at nine in the morning. The conso- lation final is set for five o'clock with the tournament final set for seven. Just two shows left in south '.Kknb funoN' in our 1 wrek ichool (Aug. 6-12) THE SCHOOL WILL RUN ONLY FOR THE WEEK OF AUGUST 13 191 All boys loi Hi" of Auqiin A 17, have been moved inlo wopk ol Augmi n 19 in order lhal wo will have o full school For Ihol period. If ycu slill hnven'l enrolled, contoci in lodoy, rn on- rollmcnf is now limitrrl. STAN MAXWELL Phono 327-8649 1022 HENDERSON LAKE BLVD., IETHBRIDGE two steer Youiig Doug Void has the most comfortable margin as he leads the saddle bronc com- petition but his position is far from secure. Two of Canada's best calf ropers, Wells and Jimmy Gladstone arc in a nip and luck baltle for the title with Glad- stone having an edge at pres- ent. The standings are tabulated on a points system rather than a money basis. enables the smaller one-day rodros lo hn as mnny points as the longer shows. A set number of points is awarded to the winner of each rodeo, or a go longer shows STANDINGS round in the Saddle Bronc Doug Void, DcWinlon Bob Brown, UKiah, Calif. Tnrn Bews, PcMr.ko Trod Walker, Oycn Bflrl Rrcwer, B.C. Bareback Thorpe, Eclmonlon ___ Sieve Loney. Grefll Falls Doug Flannirjfln, Pcncka Lynn Jensen, Cardslon Happy Taqgarl, Invcrmerfl Bull Riding Larry Mlllerville Jim Gaulher, Mobloy Lnkp, R.C Tern Silverlncrn, Wasninqlon Dale ROSG. Hal Calf Roping 1. Jimmy Gladstone, Cardslon 2. Lorre Wells, Midnapcre 3- Conrad Walburgcr, Del Bonila A. Arnold Haraga, SklM t. Warren Wurrhier, Washington 4. Emil Chomistek, Scandia Slccr Wresllinq 1. Don Helmirr, Forestburt; 1. C. D. Lund, Tahrr 3. Jim Harris, Helena. Mr-nt. A. Clark Schclasser, sfavclv 5. Oscar Wallers, LelhQndge Barrel Racing I. Frances Church, Calgary 3- Joy Duce, pranum 3. Geraldine McLaughlrn, Pinchrr Creek J. Jerri Duce, Granum AM Around 1. Tom Bews, Pekisko........ 1. Lynn Jpnsen, Cardslon 3 George Myron, Edmonlon A. Marvin Joyce, Helena, Mont. RE-ROOF NOW... Before Leaks Develop Make Siinpsqns-Scijrs Your Hcndquarlcrs for Dependable, Protective. Hc.iiilifnl RpofinE (ionic In It} Your Ncsiro1.'! Slorc or MKIMC YMCA CANOEING TRIP STARTS MONDAY, JULY 17th AND ENDS FRIDAY, JULY 21 st Trip From LETHBRIDGE lo BOW ISLAND Maximum of 11 Participants REGISTRATION PER PERSON CONTACT Y.M.C.A. Phone 328-7771 ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES Pinsburph N'pw Ycrk 51. Louis San Francisco San Diego Wcsl 49 27 37 3D Pel .670 .5-12 Ml .3-16 -57B .519 .451 51 .370 19W FRIDAY'S RESULTS Allanta Oil 003 1? 1 Chicago 300 Oil U 1 Hardin, Kelley '6) Hccrner (7) Uo- shaw (1-4) (9) Schueler (9) and E. Williams, Casanova Pappas, Phce- hus (6) Aker '3-0) (9) and Rudolph, Martin (9) E. Williams 'ID, Lum (71 U> Pepilor.c Monday OOt, Fanzone Hcuslon WW 1M 141 Pilliburgh 110 201 5 11 0 Dierkrr (8-5) Culver '51 York IB) nnd Edwards; Brlles (8-3) and M. Mav HR: May M91. Cincinnati 15fl 000 t 18 fl SL Louis OM Oil 3 1 Grlmsley '7-3) and Bench; Wise '9-9) Cumberland (2) Palmer (61 Dra- (B) Grzenda (9) and Simmons. New York 001 OD2 323 San Diega 700 000 3 4 1 Seavcr (12-5) and Dyer; Arlln (7-10) nnd Carraies. HRs: Colberl Philadelphia OM 010 10 1 San Francisco 132 IN 9 1 Reynolds (O-Sl, Lerscn Twllchell Scarce f7) and Baleman. Ryan Moffirt (7) end Pader. HR: Bonds Montreal MO J30 303- 1 17 1 Los Angela "03 000 1 5 7 Macro '1-3) end Humphrey; Ostppn '7 7) WikkeUTi Slrahler Richer) Pcna (9> Roilon 300 003 6 10 4 Minnesota tO? 59" 7 11 3 Sieberl Tianl and Fisk; J. Perry, Strickland n-0> (7) and Roof. HRs: Eos-Fisk Min-Killcbrew L Pel. GBL 35 .557 30 .625 34 .556 37 .536 39 .51 3 AMERICAN LEAGUE New York Cleveland Milwaukee Oakland Chicago Minnesola Kansas Clly California FRIDAY'S RESULTS FIRST Oakland 000 000 V T B Hew York 3W1 00" 330 Hunter (11-4) and Duncan; Kline (B-4) Gardner (B) McDaruel <9) and AAunscn. HRs: (16) Ep- stein (15) Campaneris 15) SECOND Oakland loo 1 l New York noo ooo 9 1 Odofn (B-l1 '7' BnrJ Dun- can; Kekich (8-6) Lyle (B) and Ellis. FIRST Chicago OOJ 10 1 Ballimoro 120 210 7 11 I Bradley Regan Kealey Acosta (B) and Egan, Herrmann McNally (10-71, Lpcnhard Har- rison (9) end Dates. HRs: SECOND Chicago 000 MO fl 1 B Baltimore 000 300 3 i 0 Lemonds (1-3) Kealey (J) Romo (4) Regan nnd Egan; Alexander 1451 and Elchebarreni HR: Konsna City 100 1 J I Detroit 000 OM 0 0 Dal Canton (5-3) Burgmeir (8) K. (8) and J. May; Coleman (11-8) Sefifbnch (El and llflller. Cleveland ooo DOT wo DM i Texas MO 000 000 000 9 t G. Perry (15-7) Farmer Ml) inrl Fosse; Paul. Pina (15) Panther (A-A) M3i Lindblad M-i' nnrl Kinq. California 000 001- 3 1 n Milwaukee noa 001 770 Ryan (11-A) and Kusnyer, Lonborq, Limy (7.11 Sanders -9) ?nd Felske. HRs: (IP; (2) (13) Clark HIGH SPEED TIRE TUBE SI A.95 14 ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPUTE TIRI SALES 1 SERVICE 401' In 'South.