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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta juiy Race results FIRST RACE For 3 yr. CMmlng ABOUT FIVE FURLONGS TappirMM...................115 wlnrwr Will tough Net Hkriy In too tough Unknown quantity Not performing well Does not like these horses Butler KM ...................11S Mr. RlcUlbout................122 Gypsy's Freedom 115 Denver Spread 119 Tiny's King 122 Tommy Two Bits.............. 119 Shady Merry 114 WIN beat some SECOND RACE For 3. 4 and 5 yr. ABOUT FIVE FURLONGS Could tw Should go well Should Does not like to win Needs experience Has never run good Should be close B.C. invader 119 Rule.................121 Shiron H Eanakis Son.................. 119 Amor Eternal 118 Noralta Midge 115 Bright Flight.................. 116 Missile Magic................. 124 THIRD RACE For 3 yr. and upward CMmlng SEVEN FURLOKQS K Should Trw danger Could clove Is froze up Not running well Fleet Flitter...................112 Image.................119 Little Beck ...................119 Ice Alley...................... 122 College Shady Request 114 Lesha K...................... 117 Not likely Washout FOURTH RACE For 3 yr. and upward Claiming SEVEN FURLONGS Should make In here Should go well with Late charger Good enough for show A contender Stormy Summer..............114 Payday Pat...................105 Lait ............119 Auction Art................... 118 Wild Rouser.................. 119 Mr. Go Lucky................. 115 Lucky Von.................... 119 Will need somebody's luck Not likely FIFTH RACE For 4 yr. and upward Claiming SEVEN FURLONGS Probable Speed and rail Will pick up tome Tickle Your Fancy............114 Milter Bewitched.............122 Viva Hope....................119 Big Bambi.................... 119 A slim chance Wee Tosca................... 119 In a tough spot Win 'NGrin................... 117 A contender SIXTH RACE For 3 yr. and upward ABOUT FIVE FURLONGS Should go all the way Will be coming Has surprised before Will watch this time Fun Sale.....................119 Kum Kum....................124 Romano Brandy..............119 Campus Faith 124 Majestic Eddie'............... 121 Fiying Exit.................... HE Miss Star Speed.............. 116 Le Flame D'Hiver 109 Not with these A contender Too much speed for her In too tough SEVENTH RACE For 4 yr. and upward Claiming SEVEN FURLONGS Should beat these Could be a sleeper Consistent sort Top Chief.................... 122 Bucket Man..................122 Roly Minx....................119 What A Blend 119 Quillation..................... 119 Virouche 112 Star K Lady 117 Could surprise Could be in the money Watch out for this one An in and outer EIGHTH RACE For 4 yr. olds and upward Claiming 1 MILE Brilliant Request..............117 Arts Shadow .................119 Teriaki.......................122 Mister Bountiful............... '117 Meo Class.................... 115 Grinner 114 Tough campaigner Back home Could be In the money Improvement needed The longshot Not likely SCRATCH TIME A.M. POST TIME P.M. BEST YOUR FANCY No. 5-5th Race LONG SHOT WITH TERIAKI No. 5-8th Race Lacrosse roundup Lethbridge Midgets found it very profitable to travel to Calgary over the weekend for lacrosse action. The Locals came up with three and didn't even have to play to win the third one. After knocking of Willow Park 11 by the convincing margin of 16-9 and Willow Park 19-6 the locals won by default against Tri-Wood. Paul Byrne continued his hot scoring pace as he pumped in six goals in the first game and added two more in the second. Ken Hall and Tony Simioni each tallied three times for the winners Saturday while Morgan with two and Gary Mikla and Darryl with one completed the scoring. Bob Benson accounted for five goals in a losing cause. In the second game Simioni led the way with three markers. Munroe chipped in with two along with Byrne while solo efforts were turned in by Rick Wilson and The YMCA Bantams scored a hard fought 6-4 victory over the Kinsmen Warlords in Ban- tam Lacrosse League action over the weekend. The Bantams led 2-1 after the opening period and 4-2 by the end of the second in the Friday night encounter. Brian Kanewischer and Bill Doyle paced the winners with two goals each while singles went to Blaine Bartel and Rod Baldry. Mark Robert Lanny Tron and Ken Romaniuk tallied in a losing cause. MIMS JUMPS DETROIT Detroit Wheels of the World Football League said Saturday they have signed Jessie a 5 foot 203 pound veteran running back from Calgary of the Canadian Football League. Around the turn and home Jerry left of Great Rex Turple of Red centre and Art Colvin of Edmonton round the final turn and head home. Jinx of Lytham St. Anne's still intact Bob Vissar was sharp on cycle Nicklaus comes up short LYTHAM ST. England This place-is not popular with American it has one of the most famous seaside courses in the but no American has won the British Open cham- pionship here for 48 years. When Jack Nicklaus failed to catch Gary Player Satur- and the little South African won his third British Open the jinx kept its played with a bigger-sized golf ball. pros should play the big even on tough and exposed courses like this Player said. Dizzy has attack The last time the champion- ship was held here was in when Britain's Tony Jacklin won it. Since it has gone around the big courses of Eng- land and and Ameri- cans have chalked up an un- broken string of victories. Now this taxing course of windswept sand and bushes has beaten the Americans again. Player won with a 72- hole total of Britain's Peter Oosterhuis was second with and the best of the finish- ed third at 287. Johnny top money winner on the U.S. circuit this was one of the Americans whose hopes were shattered among the sandtraps of the inward nine holes. He finished 10th with 294. Americans playing British it is like roll- ing Miller said. can roll them just but you don't know what numbers are coming up. made four mistakes in my final round and every mis- take cost me either a bogey or a double the most con- vincing winner of the British Open for said the Americans should do better in the future because this championship now is Miss. Dizzy former pitching star with St. Louis Cardinals of the National is in hospital in after a heart attack. Friends of who now lives in this south Mississippi said he played in a golf tournament in Lake Wednesday and complained of chest pains. Dean won 30 games for the Cardinals in 1934. Americans that's why they're so The big ball was used in the British Open for the first so Player made golfing history. After his which was worth Player said he has discovered the secret of concentration. was able to get into a kind of a state of hyp- in which all other things are shut out of my Player said. American Hubert Green took fourth piace with 288. Danny Edwards of the United a rookie finished at 292 and shared fifth place with Liang Huan Lu of Taiwan. American Tom the defending tied for seventh with Bobby Cole of South each with 293. Robert Vissar of Raymond picked up two victories in the Lethbridge Motorcycle Club's Vz mile flat track derby Sunday. Vissar rode his Yamaha to victories in the 125 c.c. expert class and lightweight expert class events. Following are the placers in the six class events which were run off. 125 JUNIORS 1. Neil Med. Hat. 2. Ken Wong. Warner. 3. Dave Lelhbridge. 125 EXPERT 1. Robert Raymond. 2. Brian Hardieville. 3. Darrell Macrae. Calgary. LIGHT WEIGHT JUNIOR 1. Daryl rierbers. Lethbridge. 2. Bruno Scrigner. Lethbridge. 3. Clayton Lethbridge. LIGHT WEIGHT EXPERT 1. Robert Visser. Raymond. 2. Dwayne Hammond. Red Cliff. 3. Bill Wood. Bowden. HEAVY WEIGHT JUNIOR 1. Don Marino. Lethbridge. 2. Jim Lethbridge. 3. Richard Hardieville. HEAVY WEIGHT EXPERT 1. Rex Turple. Red Deer 2. Art Colvin. Edmonton. 3. Jerry Raymond. Great Falls European ice league ready LONDON A new European Hockey League will open its first 48-game schedule in delegates to a meeting Satur- day decided. J. F. president of the International Ice Hockey said after the meeting it was ex- pected the new league will have teams from Finland and the Netherlands. He listed West Germany as a probable fifth country in the league. ANYTHING FIBREGLAS we can REPAIR at Jim McQuarrle Manager WESCAN CAR TOP Coutts Highway But. 328-4676 Res. 326-4569 Football sides no end to strike seen By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The dispute between the National Foot- ball League Players' Association and the NFL Management Council has entered its third with the two sides apparently no closer together than when the strike of- ficially started July 1. No progress in negotiations has been an- and the two sides have not agreed on a date for resuming talks. The college all-star the annual summer fixture run by the Chicago Tribune has been and the next casualty may be the July 27 Hall of Fame game in which nor- mally kicks off the exhibition season. NFL particularly the league's star appear to be solid in holding the union line. All around the United as training camps picket lines are being set up. And for the most the veterans are refusing to cross them. After meeting with both sides last federal mediator James Scearce said he was by the more con- structive attitude on both But Ed executive director of the said no progress was made at that and John ex- ecutive director of the NFL Management said nothing about progress A number of training camps opened to veterans but few players with NFL experience showed to picket. A total of 69 players showed up at Washington Redskins including nine but only one of Ken was on the team's active roster last year. 12 BENGALS RELENT In something of a 12 Cincinnati veterans arrived at the Bengals' training camp. Among the veterans on hand were tight end Bob quarterback Greg Cook and kicker Horst Muhlmann. Veterans were on picket duty as Detroit Lion rookies gathered at Bloomfield as St. Louis Cardinal rookies re- ported to camp at 111. and as Pitt- sburgh Steeler first-year men showed up at Pa. There were no pickets at Vero when the first 17 rookies reported to New Orleans Saints' but they were expected July 20 when veterans were scheduled to arrive. Miami Dolphins' Coach Don who originally had scheduled veterans to start training pushed that reporting day back to Wednesday. Complete Car Inside and Out. CYLINDER HEAD SERVICE MAJOR TUNE-UP EXHAUST SYSTEM CHARGING SYSTEM COOLING SYSTEM SERVICE FRONT END SERVICE WINDSHIELD WIPER SERVICE BATTERY SERVICE STARTER SYSTEM LUBE AND OIL CHANGE SHOCK ABSORBER REPLACEMENT TIRE REPAIR AND TIRE ROTATION WHEEL BEARING AND SEAL SERVICE FUEL AND CARBURETOR SYSTEM BRAKE SERVICE HEADLIGHT ALIGNMENT WHEEL BALANCING WHEEL ALIGNMENT Here's what you can wherever you see the Complete Car Care exacting standards of automotive repairs. A qualified mechanic to work on your car. With all the modern equipment and a well stocked inventory of parts. Plus the dealer's written guarantee on all work against defects in materials and workmanship. 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