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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Sstutdny, July 17, 1'71 Horse races lead things off injnMd Whoop-Up Days ready to go Monday Polish up the cowboy boots, get your cowboy hats out mothballs and rhanee all the grocery money into bills. lie firs? two aTe good suggestions while the third may take some thougM. All three however, are brought about because of the fact that Whoop-Up Days get under way Monday at the Lethbridge .llilllllllllll RACE 'SELECTIONSlfU By Willie Ketchum FIRST RACE Claiming for three year olds and upward FIVE FURLONGS BELLE COUNTY FRISKALATE RED MOUNT JUNE MANNERS LUSTROUS STAR SIR DENSER ICE ROSE FLASHES CHAMP Has last years leading rider Could Make Amends. Looks like show horse Likes early speed, could stay Could be upset Not today Filly has light weight Could be better than this NOW THIS IS MORE LIKE IT Marilyn Fleming, and Gary Coleman, of Calgary, give Two Eyed Bing a refreshing scrub down Friday at Exhibition Track. The colt on. of some 150 who w'll be on hand for the six-day racemeet which gets under way Monday ni part of the Whoop-Up Day celebrations._________________________________. Tourney officials happy Trevino makes the cut CHICAGO (AP> "Whew" boyant.Loe .Trevino had, sur- hadta'tmade added, sighed one official the Western Open Rolf tournament SECOND RACE Claiming for three year olds upward I'lVtj TIK PAN BLOW MIGHTY TERRA ATOM SILVER SIMON TERIAK1 CRANKSHAFT FIRE LINE CHANFIELD Picked good spot Montana horse looks good Veteran rider might surprise Bug rider shows promise Watch the tote action Old campaigner Seller races later on Runs some good races when it was determined flam- Miners, Edmonton open action The tethbridge Junior Mm ers opened defense to their crown as the Alberta Junior Baseball finals commenced at 2 p.m. today at the Henderson Baseball Park. The Miners who opened the two-day double knock out play- offs against the Edmonton Blue Willow Angels will be followed by the Calmar Bobcats and the Red Deer Moose at 5 p.m. Action will resume tonight at 8 p.m. when the two loser's make g last effort bid to stay alive. The undefeated teams after the first round Saturday will meet in the "A" section final at Sunday morning. The loser of this game will then take the field again and meet the winner of Saturday's eight o'clock contest for the "B" final. At 5 p.m. the A-B finalists will meet for the championship. Tile "B" finalists must beat the "A" finalists twice in order to win the title. Ontario honors to Gary Cowan TORONTO (CP) Gary Cowan of Kitchener, Ont, shot a final-round 68 Friday to win the Ontario amateur golf cham- pionship with a 54-hole total of 205. It was the third time he had won the title. BIG BAT Tim Negrello has been weilding a big bat for the Lethbridge Miners and his big bat will be needed this weekend. 'we would have lost, at least in cash customers." The colorful Mexican-Ameri- can winner of the United Steles, Canadian and British Opens in the last four weeks, trailed co- leaders Dick Lbtz and Bobby Nichols by 10 strokes going into today's third round. Conceding "I've got no Trevino said: "I've hit the ball just about like I've been hitting it for the last month. But the grass on the fairway is so long you can't anything with the ball. You get nothing but flyers. TRAILS BY in Two consecutive lliree-ovcr- par 74s assured Trevino that lie would be back for the final two rounds. His 148 total was one below the cutoff point but far behind Nichols and Lotz, who shared the lead with four un- der-par 138s. Lotz, winner of two tourneys last year, fired a sparkling 32 on the front side of the Olympia Fields Course Friday, but strug- gled to a 37 on the back nine for a 69. Nichols, the 1964 PGA champion, had the day's best round, a four-under-par 67, de- spite a one over par on the final hole. Ben Kern of Toronto fired a 73 Friday for a 147 score but Vancouver's Wayne V o 11 m e r missed the cut with a 79 and 157 total. One stroke behind the leaders at 139 were first-found leader Bruce Crampton of Australia, who had a second-round 73, and Jerry Heard, with a 68. Grouped at 140 were Dale Douglas, 72, Babe Hiskey, 69, and Phil Rodgers, 71. Billy Casper, one cf the pre- tourney favorites for the first prize, carded a 72 and was seven strokes back at 145. THIRD RACE Allowance for three year old maidens FIVE FURLONGS TD.VCP TALK draws inside and can BO to lead TRAVEL TALK. or come bgck JUMS JOY Comes from smart ttabla APTHUR D LITTLE PABLO HURRY HALLY HANDSOME NERO TURK'S CLASSIC COURT FINNEGAN M'9M M belttr Prove betler tnls one FOURTH RACE Claiming three year olds and upward PRINCE IMBROS Ml WARLOU SWAN BABE ESPRIT DE SPEED NEDS HOOD ESPRIT'S SON SORREL E RED GALLOPER FIFTP RACE Claiming for three year olds and upward Looks best In a wide open race Tall Chlet II colt likes distance FIVE FURLONGS Draws bad post position, may over- come Lighl weight, good horse Best of the riders draws a competent Might have an edge down on the rail Watch and see who rides this one Ran bad races In past No line on this one, but not much to offer Will need a race first BET LATE ANOTHER INDIAN MACKEREL SKY BILL'S CHOP CHOP BRIGHT VALLEY PILOT COUNT U HOPE WILSON RADIVA e Route race could provide this one awards Best race to be seen yet Mud Runner hasn't raced well on dry Question of conditioning for long one Later with possible lockey change Not much class, can't recommend SIXTH RACE S800 Claiming for three year olds and upward UTTDT rasr. FLIGHTS CALL GYPSEY BEAUTY BOBALIS GOOD FORTUNE RYSLO RECTIFIER LENNY BANQUET KNIGHT SEVEN FURLONGS Came across border to pick up purse Ran well in Montana should do here Good horse from Utah stable Might topple top three Distance of this one much better Might be overlooking this one. Not with this group Has been raced with better SEVENTH Claiming for four year olds wid upward i 1 MITT? BUNKY BOO KY ETERNAL SHOCK TROOP SHOOTALONO ROCKY BOB SAME AFFAIR MARGAN 1 MILE Good horse and competent rider Weight of 109 might make this winner Has speed, stopped going longer at Cnlgary Won four on coast last year Won Allowance Bl Boise, Idaho Good veteran rider Look for easier spot than this EIGHTH RACE Claiming for three year olds and iipwara FIVE FURLONGS pDirNDLY LAD should capture the late race today OWNERS EVENT Might like this track better. WAR DOCTOR Old campaigner might gel the win CANTINEL Usually gets In trouble, bad luck horse nAIE'S MISTAKE Dale could be right TWII IRHT MOOD Shows promise but not with these PRAIRIE DEW action now ne feels STOVE PIPE Longshot choice over these, could be shorter price. BEST BET TRAVEL TACK LONGSHOT BANQUET KNIGHT POST TIME 2 P.M. tefnoon and won't cease imtU the final bull is ridden Satur- day night. For six days the silence that hangs over the rodeo grounds be loudly broken by horse racing, rodeo and chuckwagon racing. Pari-mutuel betting and thor- oughbred racing are the fea- tured attraction in the lid-lifter of this 1971 edition of. Whoop-Up Post time Monday is set for two o'clock and Exhibition Board officials along with their Rocky Mountain Raring Asso- ciation counterparts, are hope- ful of successful six-day meet. Horses from, various parts of Alb eft a, British Columbia, Montana and Idaho are expect- ed to compete in the meet. Along with the regular daily double, quinella and exactor each day, a special feature race will be staged and should attract some of the finest young thoroughbreds ever to race in Lethbridge. The Exhibition Board took on the hofse racing venture for the first time last year and were more than pleased with the final outcome. Better than took in the six days of racing and the pari-mutuel wickets saw more than wagered. last year's success with the horse racing almost demanded a return visit by the ponies. This year the chuckwagons and professional rodeo will share the same billing-each evening the last three days of the Whoop-Up Days show. In 1970 the wagons came In for the first three days and the rodeo followed but tin's time out they will both be presented on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings. Calgary's stampede wraps up today and Lethbridge organ- izers are confident a fine ar- ray of top-notch cowboys will be on hand vying for the purses up for grabs'at the local show. Competitors will take part in steer wrestling, bull riding, saddle and bareback bronc nd- ing calf roping and wild horse racing. For the gals, it's baf- rel racing as part of each eve- ning performance. Upwards of 12 wagons, which allows for four exciting heats each evening, are expected. including Tom Bews, Arnold Hafaga, Canada's all round champion last year, Harold Mandeville, who is having pos- sibly his best year on the South- ern Alberta Rodeo Circuit this year Jimmy Gladstone, at pre- sent in second place in the calf roping event at Calgary, Rocky Rockabar and Malcolm. Jones have been on hand at a good number of the Lethbridge ro- deos and this year should be no exception. Monday and fig- I ONE JUST 1WO MINUTES ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LBA6U6 Pittsburgh Chicago New York St. Louis Philadelphia Montreal East W L Pet. 31 .41 .544 41 .534 43 .527 52 .429 San Francisco Los Angeles Houston Atlanta Cincinnati San Diego West 56 36 .609 a .543 44 45 .494 IDVi 4! 49 .479 13 52 52 .447 15 33 59 .359 23 TODAY'S GAMES San Diego Norman (0-41 at Pitts- burgh Ellis (14-3) Philadelphia Fryman (5-3) al Chi- cago Hands (9.9) Montreal McAnally (1-7) Bl St. Lou. Gibson (6-8) N Los Angeles Alexander il-0) at At- lanfo Stone (2-3) San Francisco Marlchnl (10-5) at Cincinnati McGlothlln (4-6) N New York seaver (10-6) at Houston Dlerker FRIDAY'S RESULTS Philadelphia 000 7 1 Chicago 202 16 Short (5-11) Champion Ci) Brandon (5) Wilson (6) and McCarver; Jen- kins (14-8) and canniziaro. HRs- Pha Montanez Chi Santo SS! men-411 Houston 311 110 20X-914 Ryan (B-7) Taylor McAndrew (5 Williams (8) and Grole; Bllllngham (5-9) Gladding (9) Edwards. Montreal .000 WO 000-0 5 1 SI Louis 010 032 6 Rftnko (8-103 Marshall (7) Raymc (8) and Bateman; Cleveland (8-8) I Simmons. HR; Los Angeles 000 Oil 000-1 Atlanta 100 020 3 Sulton (9-8) Mlkkelsen (8) and Hal. ler; Nlekro (10.8) and Williams, Di San Francisco 300 Olt Cincinnati 000 100 002-3 7 Perry (8-8) Johnson (9) and Dietz Nolan (7-10) Cloninger (7) Grange: (9) and Corrales, Bench HR: CH COO 000 100-1 t PlttsBurgn .100 oto OU-4 Arlln (4-13) and Barton; John sol (6-6) and SanguIIIen. HRs: SD-Co! bert LEAGUE LEADERS 1214 17 17'A .437 19 akland n Shellenback (3-5) N Cleveland Paul (1-0) at Kansas City lc'nicIaQOl7Horlen (3-6) at New York 'Milwaukee Pattin (8-9) and Slalon (4-1) at Boston Lonborg (3-3) end Culp 7 EL RANCHO EEXACO) SERVICE "NEW LOOK" in "CAR CARE" Race results Come In and Meet Our "New" Gas Hostesses Try our FAST MODERN GAS ISLAND SERVICE! Holiday Time h Tune-Up Time! lima to visit Ernie Rosvold our fully licensed mechanic Wo specialize in tune-ups, carburetor and ignition All work guaranteed EL RANCHO SERVICE 6th Avcnuo, M.M. Drive Phono 327-5406 Minor BasebaE HaiVie Pocza hurled a no-hit- ler and gave the Angels a hu- miliating 29-0 victory over the Tigers in Lakeside Little League playoff action Friday night. Darrin Pepper suffered the loss as he was tagged for 15 hits in the seven inning game. Pocza also did most of the damage at the plate belting three doubles and two singles while Mike Sheen chipped in with a double and four singles. Alex Gepneris aided in the win with a double. CALGARY (CP) Race reJUltl from Victoria Park Thursday: First claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 fur- Scalna (Hedge) 15.30 6.00 3.30, April Wonder (Barroby) 3.60 2.50, Mys. tic Heights (Hunt) 2.40. Time: 3J Kay D Orsay, Artanns Miss D Or Love Success Miss Tess, Lustrous Queen also ran. Second il 400 claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 Girl (Bllllngsley) 3.JJ 2.90 240, Northern Emperor (Hedge) 4.9B 3.20, Hellen Grey (Shields) 2.50. Bold 'Leader, Mellowdale, Hour Ma- gic, Prairie Dew, Jums Joy also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: SH.40. TMrd claiming, 2-year-olds, S lur- Jo. (L Wiseman) 3.70 2.80 5.60, Messenger Lad (Hedge) 4.50 3.20, Fly Ing wing (Kipling) 3.60. Shining Princess. Si- lent Forest, Frenesl rln. QUINELLA: Track Scratch: Shiner.______ WRESTLING TABER CiVIC CENTRE Monday, July p.m. Baitle of the Giants Black A.iflUf Campbell Mighty N.A. Champion Ics Thornton Bud International Tag Team Bouf Midget Tag Match-6 Exciting Matches 51.50 BOX OFFICE OPIN5 7 P.M. Walch STAMPEDE WRESTLING on CJLH-TV Fourth SI .500 claiming 3-year-olds and up, action (Rasmussen) 11.50 j.50 3T60, Miss Joact (Hedge) 10.20 6.80 Jelllco (Sanchez) 6.70. Time: 1-5 Sione, caroufer. Reserved Speed, Plentlus, Dreamln Demon also ran. Fifth claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 fufr 'speeds Beauty (Barroby) 480 3.90 2 80, Reverse Current (Haynes) 7.10 4.00, Batslas (Rasmussen) 4.30. Time- 2-5 Legal Term, First Footln, Bomb Striker Foolish Discretion, Speedy Kim also ran. QUINELLA: Slxln claiming, 4_year.olds and up Day Will Come (Pacheco) 23.00 9.10 S 70, Madam Judge (Kipling) 5.70 3.70 Law Boss (aarroby) 3.20. Time: 1-5 Chuckle On, Canada's Year, Mall Halo, Goldcresl Champ, Htlls Of Snow also ran. Sevtntn claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 fur Atomic Tommy (Coombs) 27.00 1.30 480 Rapid Stride (Parsons) 9.60 4.20 Rexequus (Shields) 2.70. Time: 4-5 Flying Clem. TIs Foolery, Toll Mynph, Miss Stuart also ran. Elghln claiming 4-year-olds and up tittle Beck (Kipling) 19.80 4.90 Sum Money (Morris) 5.70 3.30, Hand- some Champ (Rasmusstn) 4.20. Time: 1-5 Lord Nascn Western Champ, Hut jon Valley, Fined For Speeding, Ted die also ran. QUINELLA: SU.CO. entertainment at its finest. loyals must win H the Lethbridge Royals want a shot at first place in the Calgary Intra-dty Soccer League they must come up winners against the Calgary Croatia Sunday afternoon at bur o'clock. This do-or-die battle will be staged at the Civic Centre. Team picked oil 54 hole basis CALGARY (CP) The Al berts Golf Association lias dc ciderf i.hr.l the provincial Wil lingdon Cup team will be select ed on the basis of 54 holes o ploy rather than the usual 108 Team members nre In be se lectol from the lop amatou golfers in the Alberta Ope July 29-31 in Cnlgary. Torre, SL W. Davis, LA Brock, SL i Pepitone, Chi Clements, Pgh. Bsckert, Chi M. Alou, SL Girr, Atl ..364 357 253 312 340 3JO 370 R H PC 54 125 .35 59 129 .35 70 122 .3. 45 84 .3" 53 105 .33 53 113 .33 40 111 .32 A2 120 .32 MERICAN LEAGUE East W 54 altlmore oston slroit ew York leveland 51 47 39 52 35 53 West sa 31 Pet. 33 .629 37 .580 41 .534 .467 .429 .398 14Vi 18 20'A .652 .512 .461 .457 Chicaqo 002 2 Washington 000 000-0 000 0 i 0 400 oox- 4 S 0 Cain (5-4) Denehy (6) and Free- han; Blue (18-3) and Duncan. Cleveland .030 131 11 Kansas City 010 010 101- 1 1 Dunning (7-7) Farmer (6) Henni- uan (B) and Suaret; Dal Canton (8.4) Fltzmorrls (5) York (7) Nelson (9) and May. HRs: Milwaukee 001 J New York .300 030 olx-7 9 0 Pattin (8-10) Krausse (S) MorrU (7) and Rodriguez; Bahnsen (9-8) Me- Dan-el (6) and Munson. HRs: Bbmberg (J) Murcer (17) Minnesota 001 000 OM- I Btston 203 020 9 13 1 Slyleven (7-12) Haydel (4) Sticklend W Hall (8) and Roof; Slebert (13-4) am; Montgomery. HRs: Min-Carde- nas Nettles Lahoud Smith Baltimore 010 001 I. California 00! 002 llx-511 0 Cuellar (13-2) Boswell (7) Hall (7) watt (8) and Etchebsrren, Hendrlcks (8) Wright (9-9) Allen (7) and Moses. HRS: Cal-Cowan (2) Spencer Allen LEAGUE LEADERS AC Ollva, Mln Murcer, NY Otis, KC Buford, Bal Rolas, KC F. Robinson, Bal Relchardt, Chi Tovar, Min F. Howard, Wash 320 305 322 265 291 369 R H Pet. 49 10J .374 52 104 .341 50 102 .317 71 83 .313 39 91 .313 46 80 .313 28 83 .309 46 104 .294 36 94 .294 CALL 327-2224 327-3838 327-4440 UNITED CABS Gorald luktr-Earl Colllnt l.ynn Tonnaht Mlko Tlnordi- Htnrv 8 in. dii., SO, anii 70 ft. lingthl t OOLUK, MAYRATH AUGERS MOVE IT FASTER AND EASIER. m M Ut HKtM YOUR ALBERTA DISTRIBUTOR ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE 40] I it Avt South Phone 01 3J7-4445 ;