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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 8-THE LETHBRIDGE July Travelling to Europe for Book early Book new with ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Phcmi Dunham enjoys big aboard trio of winners By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor Bouncy Betty Dunham made it Ladies Day at Whoop- Up Downs as the 1974 Whoop- Up Days Race Meet kicked off Monday before a sparse gathering Hampered by a freak acci- dent to a horse as the first race was about to and a small crowd due to the after- noon the seven race card was late in getting away from the post when it did get un- der way Dunham provided a great deal of the action. No stranger to Whoop-Up Dunham scored a hattnck as she won the fifth and sixth races She won the fourth aboard Mans came right back in the fifth atop Ta Tayet and then completed her fine after- noon of riding with Croft Lake Besides her three wins she also chalked up a second place finish. Dunham and Sharon H followed Heavenly Min across Whoop-up Downs Selections FIRST For 4 and 5 yr. old FIVE FURLONGS Now vir Should be cloce Good enough for show Miss Thirteen at Haarls.........121 Kentucky Astro...............115 Acrobat Boy 121 Lets Rehearse 115 Lady Edison 114 Light The Town 112 Satos Winnie 115 Is improving Very Disappointing Popular rider Needs experience Could surprise SECOND For 3 yr. olds and FIVE FURLONGS Could go well with theta Should be in the money Will run by tome Speed on the rail Not Himself Would be a surprise War Tramp................119 Mr. Rideabout.............. 122 Well Received................119 Famous Terry 121 Shootalong 119 Shamrock Billy 110 Where You Go 115 Bad post position THIRD For 3 yr. olds and FIVE FURLONGS Oscar A ................122 Wynscope........119 Miss Moniro.................109 Beren Baron 124 Should beat this bunch Could be second Has surprised before Should b3 close Not running well Unknown This could be the spot Reserved Speed 119 Penihawk 119 Stormy Summer 115 FOURTH For 2 yr. THREE FURLONGS Probable favorite Recent efforts good Stable high on this one Could be close Needs experience Need more distance Will be away and winging Outside post hurts Jill's Jewel ..................112 Billy Comancho .............117 Brown G................114 Chantrella 112 Heppner s Fairy 115 Miss Art Auction 107 Kenyon Field 114 Shmmg Doll 114 FIFTH For 4 yr. and FIVE FURLONGS Looks like a winner Has speed Has been running well Long shot Not with these Will watch this time Some good efforts Outside post hurts Miss Lisa B ...............116 Charlesworthy............121 Haydns Doll.................. 111 Wilysabie 116 Twilight Mood 121 Johnny Red 117 Ibhs 116 Summer in Rome 121 SIXTH RACE-S250 For 4 yr. and 1 MILE Should getiby these Could be set Good enough for show Not in best form One step from wagon Not much fire Setyoursights ........119 Swishaway................. 117 Expanding...................122 Nipawm 119 College Count 122 Sky Fire 122 SEVENTH For 4 yr. olds and 1 MILE Tickle Your Fancy.......116 Favorite Shi'owan Sam...............121 Recent effort good Speeds Beauty...............116 Good enough for show Bib Bambi 121 Return to form needed Tomboy Gody 119 Could be a sleeper EIGHTH For 3 and 4 yr. olds-Claiming FIVE FURLONGS Good enough for show Recent winner Could be set Need more distance Should run away from home Could be close Chlno Son God...............121 White Fleet.............. 114 Rae's Auction 105 Yael 114 Magansir 119 Beau Tango 119 SCRATCH TIME A.M. POST TIME P.M. BEST No. 4-7th Race LONG No. 2-2nd Race Local lawn bowlers tops Kay Rowntree and Mladen Bosnjak of Lethbndge picked up the only individual awards handed out in the Southern Alberta Lawn Bowling Association tournament stag- ed at the local greens recently Rowntree walked away with the ladies' singles title while Bosnjak took the men's crown. Bosnjak also teamed up with Kurt Larsen to win the men's doubles event while Cec Gordon and Bernice Schweitzer joined forces to capture the mixed doubles event. Chris Don MacAulay and Fernie Huber also shared a title as they won the men's triple event A Medicine Hat contingent carted home the remaining titles up for grabs in the tourney as they won the mixed ladies' doubles and ladies' triple events. Healing Substance... Shrinks Checks Itch Exclushc healing substance proven to shrink hemorrhoids...and repair damaged tissue. A rerKWncd resc.irch institute lus found n unique healing sub- stance tlie ability to'bhrink hcinoiihoiiU painlessly. It TC- Jiul discomfort in minulcs and speeds up healing of the inflamed tissues. One case his- lory aliei another reported sinking Pain promptly and gently actual reduction or place. And most improvement was maintained in cases clinical observations were continued over a period of many months. these tests and observations svcrc made on patients with a wide variety of condi- tions. All this was accomplished with a healing substance quickly helps heal injured cells and stimulates grcm th of new tissue is oflercd in ointment and supposi- tory form called Preparation H. In addition to actually shrink- ing Prcpai ation H lubricates and makes elimina- tion less painful. It helps prevent infection which is a stated cause of hemorrhoids. Just ask jour druggist for Prcpai ation II Suppositories or Preparation H Ointment a special Satisfaction or money refunded. the finish line in the first race and the two combined for a payoff. Heavenly Mm was ridden by Elijah Bourne. There was no daily the payoff was a the first of three for the day. Fire with Al Jeffries and Who's ridden by Howard Boggs paid even in the third race while the combination of Ta with Dunham in the saddle and with Boggs paid 70 Bourne rode Reserved Speed to victory in the seventh race of the afternoon C C Magic was second with Sharon Willis doing the riding The two combined for a exac- tor. Monday's crowd wagered Racing continued to- day and will end Saturday. Post time each day has been set at 2 30. RESULTS RRST three tour and ve yesr old seven furlongs Heavenly Mm 25 00 7 90 4 20 Sharon H 4 70 Gallant Senor 2 80 Time 1 29 Too G. Miss also ran Track scratch Eaniaki's Son SECOND three year old maidens five furlongs Lynn Rocks Pebble 90 610 Kentucky Astro 2 50 2 20. Gallant Sis 2 70 Time 59 Silent Quaintly Quick and Bold also ran THIRD claiming three years and seven furlongs Fire Line 3.90 2 90 2 Who's Laughing 3 70 2 Ryslo 2 60 Time 1 30 Short Spot Hunter Twilight Mood Shuswap Sam also ran FOURTH 500 three years and seven furlongs Mans Pass 6 00 3 60 2 70 Dreamm Demon 3 70 2 90 Kokhua 5 00 Time 1 30 Sky Fire Speeds College Count also ran FIFTH 500 claiming three years and five furlongs Ta Tayet 8 30 2 80 2 Wilysabie 310 Mint Green 3 70 Time 59 Wynscope Mr Rideabout also ran Track scratch Denver Spread SIXTH three years and up seven furlongs Croft Lake 7 60 3 50 2 Joanie Pie 3 20 2 Canels Pride 2 40 Time 1 30 Duel Acrobat Cariboo Raes Auction also ran SEVENTH three years and up five furlongs Reserved Speed 7 60 590 270 C C Magic 490 2 Fleet Nickel 2 30 Time 59 Where You Go Robins Ranger also ran Softball Rittway Flames squared the City Women's Softball League playoff finals to one game apiece by outlasting Great West Tires Majesties 19-17 Monday night. Starter Gail Blanchard and reliever Brenda Lazarick allowed only 12 hits in leading the Flames to their first win in the best-of-five finals while Ruth Miller gave up 20 hits in taking the loss Judy McNab had a perfect night up at the plate stroking two triples along with three singles in five at bats Herald- Sports LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD 7lh SlrMl Shopping Albwta 328-7411 HOME AND OFFICE SAFES Fierce battle Lynn Rocks Pebble nipped Kentucky Astro at the wire as Whoop-Up Days Race Meet opened Monday. Garland toyed with then lost So close and yet so far away THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pitcher Wayne Garland of Baltimore Monday lost a no- hitter and his Orioles lost a 1 game all in the ninth inning. has to be the most dis- appointing loss I've ever said Garland after dropping an American League baseball decision to Oakland As 6-4 was so close to being in the record books and yet so far away The Oriole rookie was in command with a 4-1 no-hitter until Dick Green singled on an 0-2 count leading off the ninth. By the time the A's were they had knocked Garland out of the game and shelled two more Oriole pitch- ers for five runs In other American League Chicago White Sox whipped Detroit Tigers Minnesota Twins nipped Mil- waukee Brewers Kansas City Royals downed Boston Red Sox 3-2 and California Ar.gels tripped Cleveland In- dians 4-2 who was mak- ing only his third major league stifled the world champion A's on three walks and one unearned run until the ninth Ken Henderson's one-out homer in the ninth inning pow- ered Chicago over Detroit. Henderson drove his llth homer of the season off Lerrin 7-8. The Tigers had tied the game 2-2 in the eighth on Gary Sutherland's two-run single. Run-scoring singles by Jorge Orta and Carlos May gave the White Sox a 2-0 lead in the third inning. Rich was the winner Steve Brye's run-scoring single in the ninth inning pro- vided Minnesota with a close victory over Milwaukee A single by Luis Gomez and dou- bled by Ed Borgmann preced- ed Brye's game-winning hit to left The Brewers had tied the game at 3-3 in the eighth inn- ing on Charlie Moore's RBI single. Borgmann's two- run single capped a three-run seventh that gave the Twins a 3-2 lead George Brett highlighted a three-run second inning with a two-run double to help Kansas City beat Boston. The Royals scored their runs off Reggie 7-7 Their winning rally was started on a two-out walk to Tony Solaita before the next five men reached base. Carl Yastrzemski hit a home run off winner Nelson with two men out in the fourth for Boston's first run Nolan Ryan broke a per- sonal three-game losing streak with last-inning relief leading California over Cleveland ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES Optimists win tourney The Lethbridge Junior Op- timists scored five straight wins and captured the seventh annual Medicine Hat in- vitational women's softball tourney over the weekend. The who recently won the Alberta junior gals softball had victories come easy to them as they registered four of their five decisions via the 10-run ruling They started their successful bid for the Gas City title Saturday by defeating a pair of Medicine Hat entries handily. In their opener they dropped Assinaboia Inn 7-4 and in their second match of the day they blanked Moose Angels 10-0 Sherry Gardin picked up the mound win in the opener while Val Price fired a no-hitter to score the win in the second The Optimists continued their winning ways Sunday as they recorded three con- secutive decisions to walk away with the title hands down In Sunday's the locals whipped Lethbridge Labor Club Larks stunned Medicine Hat Lionettes 12-2 and thumped Medicine Hat Elkettes 13-3 in the cham- pionship final Gardin picked up a pair of wins during the day as she threw a one-hitter against the Larks and a two-hitter in the final Price won the Lionettes match-up by hurling her se- cond no-hitter of the tourney. Twelve teams had taken part in the two-day double- knockout event Minor soccer The Lethbridge Royals were handed their first loss of the 1974 Calgary Soccer Association Second Division League season as they dropped a 5-3 decision to Red Deer over the weekend John Stropnik led the locals with a two-goal outing while Angelo Mauro chipped in with a single The Royals trailed 5-0 at halftime Meanwhile four minor soccer league games were staged on the weekend In Mite League the Royals and Cougars battled to a 4-4 draw and Green's Pop Shop blanked Queen's Pizza 4- 0 In Pee Wee the Celtics were upended 5-3 by Taber Roadrunners while in a Bantam League the Miners edged Fiorino Rovers 3-1. STANDINGS MITE W L T Green's Pop Shop 5 0 4 14 Mite Royals 42210 Queens Pizza 1435 Cougars 0544 PEE WEE W L T Taber Roadrunners 7 0 115 Leth Celtics 4 2 2 10 leth Elks 2337 Rangers 0800 BANTAM W L T Fiorino Rovers 3128 Leth Miners Library 3317 Taber Vultures 1213 NATIONAL LEAGUE East W 46 44 42 39 38 38 Weil Phila St Louis Montreal Pitts Chicago New York Los Angeles Cmcm Houston Atlanta San Fran San Diego 61 54 49 49 40 40 L 43 45 44 49 49 49 30 38 42 44 52 55 Pet. GBL 517 494 2 488 443 437 437 7 7 670 587 538 12 527 13 435 21 421 23 TODAY'S GAMES Chicago Hooton at Atlanta Harrison Houston Dierker at Pittsburgh Rooker Cincinnati at St Louis Forsch or Curtis Montreal Renko at Los Angeles Sutton Philadelphia Ruthven at San Diego Greif New York Seaver at San Francisco Barr MONDAY'S RESULTS Chicago 000 111 8 0 Atlanta 000 002 8 1 LaRoche Todd Frailmg Zamora and Swisher Mor- ton J Fnsella and Casanova Dates HRs Garr Cmcm 010 000 9 0 St Louis 000 000 9 1 Kirby and Foster Garman and Simmons HRs Cm Morgan AMERICAN LEAGUE East W L 48 41 47 41 46 41 Boston Bait Cleveland Milwaukee Milwaukee Detroit New York Pet GBL 539 534 Vi 529 506 506 494 494 MONDAY'S RESULTS Califor 021 000 8 1 Cleve 000 000 5 0 Ryan Qumtana Sells and Rodriguez Arlin Hilgen- dorf Buskjy and Duncan Boston 000 100 8 0 Kansas C 030 000 9 0 Cleveland and Montgomery Briles Mmgori Bird and Healy HR Bos Yastrzemski Detroit 000 000 7 1 Chicago 002 000 9 1 LaGrow and Moses Lament Johnson Pillock Gossage and Herrmann HR Milwau 100 000 9 1 Minn 000 000 7 2 Champion Rodriguez Travers and Moore Burgmeier Campbell and Borgmann Oakland 010 000 4 1 Bait 020 200 000-4 7 2 Abbott Knowles Odom Fingers and Haney Hosley Garland Jackson Reynolds and Williams LEAGUE LEADERS National League AB R H Pet 386 55 143 370 280 41 92 329 300 52 98 327 285 42 91 319 369 57 117 317 295 57 93 315 369 53 115 312 316 38 67 310 327 57 101 309 259 33 80 309 45 44 45 44 44 45 44 45 Oakland 51 39 567 Kansas C 45 43 511 5 Chicago 44 44 500 6 Texas 44 48 478 8 Minn 43 48 473 Califor 35 37 380 17 TODAY'S GAMES Oakland Holtzman at Baltimore Alexander California Figueroa at Cleveland Peterson Texas Clyde at New York Medich Boston Lee at Kansas City Busby Milwaukee Wright at Minnesota Decker Detroit Lollch at Chicago Kaat All SL Gross Hou Pgh Cash. Ph Schmidt. Pha LA Cm Brock SL Grubh SD Home runs Los Angeles 20 Cedeno Houston. 19 Runs batted in- Cedeno. 73 65 Pitching 8 Los Angeles. 10-2 833 John Los Angeles 13-3 813 American League AB R H Pet. Carew Mm 348 50 131 376 Hargrove. Tex 215 30 71 330 Jackson Oak 276 51 89 322 Yastrzemski Elos 301 53 97 322 Chi 241 38 77 320 Randle Tex 276 38 88 319 Braun. Mm 274 31 86 314 Robinson Bal 306 24 96 314 Stanton Cal 222 29 69 311 KC 303 43 94 310 Horn runs Allen Chicago 22 Mayberry Kansas City Jackson. 17 Runs batted in Burroughs. Texas. 71 Allen 60 Rudi 60 Pitching 8 decisions G Perry 15-2. 7-1 875 Ellis wins first in a month Reds close gap to 7 Vz games ASSOCIATED PRESS Cincinnati who trailed Los Angeles by games less than a week have climbed to within off the leading Dodgers in the National League's West Division They blanked St Louis Cardinals 9-3 Monday night behind Clay Kirby's nine-hit pitching. In the only other NL baseball Pittsburgh Pirates ended Houston Astros' six-game winning streak 3-1 and Chicago Cubs scored four times in the ninth inning to defeat Atlanta Braves 7-3. The Reds have won nine of Ihoir last 11 aamoc while the Dodgers have dropped three of four. got 70 games but we're a long way manager Sparky Anderson said. I'm not giving up. We've got nine games left against The Reds broke through Alan Foster with two out in the second inning. Dave Concepcion drew a walk and scored on Ken Griffey's hit- and-run double. Joe Morgan slammed his 12th home run of the season in the eighth and the Reds added a run off Mike Garman in the ninth on singles by Concepcion and Cesar fternnimo around a sacrifice Pittsburgh's Dock Ellis scattered eight hits for his first victory in a month The Pirates tagged loser Dave Roberts for two runs on five singles in the fourth including runscoring hits by Manny Sanguillen and Frank Taveras. They added an un- earned run in the seventh on another single by a an infield out and an error by second baseman Tommy Helms. Andre Thornton's two-run single highlighted Chicago's four-run ninth inning against the Braves as the Cubs ended a four-game losing streak. A bases-loaded walk to Billy Williams broke a 3-3 tie and preceded Thornton's hit Williams scored the final run on a wild pitch The Cubs took a 1-0 lead in the first inning on singles by Williams and Thornton and Bill Madlock's RBI grounder. They made it 2-0 in the fifth when pitcher Dave LaRoche was sacrificed to third and scored on Jose CardenaPs bloop single Steve Swisher's sacrifice fly in the sixth produced the Cubs' third run before the Braves tied it on Dusty Baker's two-run homer in the sixth and Ralph Garr's solo homer in the seventh. DUAL STEEL RADIAL TIRES MILE Written Guarantee ELRICH TIRES LTD. Complete Tire and Service 402 lit Ave. S.-Phoni 327-6886 or 327-4445 ;