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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tueidoy, July It, 1972 THE 1ETHBKIDM HWAID 7 Mutuels exceed first day last year Kool Turk wins first feature By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Writer Kool Turk received an excel- lent ride from jockey Yves Barll Monday and romped home ahead of the pack in the featured seventh race at Whoop-Up Downs before a first- day crowd of better than Whoop-Up Days got under way Monday and so did the What do Russians think? The excitement generated by the upcoming Canada-Russia hockey scries has surpassed all early expectations. Canadians, as a whole, have greeted the series, an eight- game affair, with open arms. It is about time we settled the, "Who's the best in world hock- ey has been the reac- tion. ,The Lelhbridge Herald, as soon as they are received, will Carry six pieces, filed out of Moscow on the scries as seen from Moscow. All six stories arc written by the sports editor ol Ihe Mon- treal Star. Canada, made up of players from the National Hockey Lea- gue, and the Russians will play four games in Canada and an- other in Moscow. The four games in Canada will be staged in Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg and Van- couver. Only Canadian-born players will lie allowed to take part in the series. Pupp fires top round in barebow horse races. Eight races daily are planned for the remainder of the week wilh post timo dally at 3 p.m. Kool Turk and Baril com- bined to win the Valley Feed- ers Ltd. feature race for P. M. Gooch of Calgary the owner and trainer of the six-year-old horse. The winner survived a strong challenge from Banquet Knight ridden hy veteran Norm Jewell, Tliird place In Uie feature went to Cariboo Red wilh Hon Leon- ard up. In capturing the seventh race Kool Turk paid J10.50 to win, to place and to show. The winner covered the five furlong distance in 58.4 seconds. His time was three-fifths of a second off the track mark of 50.1 set in 1967 by Glorious Pete DA P E SELECTIONS By Willie Ketchum WEDNESDAY'S SELECTIONS FIRST RACfc S500 Claiming lor three year olds and upwards SEVEN FURLON'GS HAYDN'S DOLL ...............in Gels the call here...............6 ANDY'S FJOUSER............ m Speed the poll ..............1 HOW MAN ...............Ill Now I! the time........3 JUSTA ROAR 115 Can catrh a slice...............7 FLYING ENTERPRISE.......109 OUIElde post hurls chances........8 DAINTY HOPE Hi May moye up...............1 VAGABONDS DREAM .........120 Will one lime.......J FAMOUS TERRY.............11! Too much speed.................1 SECOND RACE S500 Claiming for three year olrls and upward SEVEN FURLONGS WAYWARD BOY ..............114 Well spoiled lo win..............3 MEO CLASS ..............us A consistant sort................7 LUSTROUS STAR .............n; watch it end ..............1 HURRY HALLY..............112 Likes Ihis Irack............... 6 WINNING SKIP...............112 Inside posl may help..........2 May nMd llle HOLA FIRE 120 Needs to be cheaper 115 Unknown guanlily during the Fall Race Meet. Leonard, runner-up in Ihe feature, emerged as Uie leading jockey Monday with tliree vic- tories. He rode Sulascha to victory in the second race and bined with Delbert Rycrofl's mount Fleet Flitter in the first race paid a daily double of Leonard and Hod Weeder won the third race. Mr. T. L., rid- den by Rod Haynes, was sec- ond. Together the two provided a S29.80 quineUa. Leonard also figured in the second and final quinelJa of Uie day as he won the eighth race aboard Bold Sal. Beaver Cat, with Paul Oster up, was sec- ond. The quinella paid Monday's best payoff. The exacta in the fifth race was worth as Rycroft, riding Lolita's Hope, was first followed by Another Indian, with Mark Jensen in the saddle. The afternoon crowd wagered as compared with 495 on the first day last year. 1970, the first races were leld during Whoop-Up Days, the muluel handle was INSIDE TRACK The tote- ward, a portable setup, had a typical Monday, nothing went right which led one bettor to remark "At least the chalk didn't keep changing its mind" Sharon Willis, one of tliree female jockeys on land this year, won the fourth race Monday aboard Gallant THIRD RACE S500 Claiming for year old maidens FIVE FURLONGS GALLANT KIN 114 Benefit of condilion 2 DELL'S DOLL 106 Outside posts doesn't help B HOPE YOU HURRY 114 Will have lo hurry today 3 CAPASIN KID 109 Unknown quarlily 7 TEARS PRIZE In? Unknown puanlily 6 MUFF'S CHANCE 106 Jackey may have a laclor 5 FANCY FRIARY Ill Not Ihis ti WHERE DID YOU COME FROM? Buich Bourne, aboard Firey Doll seems lo be asking Ken Gold, the jockey on (7) Winning Skip just where he came from. Firey Doll soon lost Winning Skip in the slrelch but finish- ed second lo winner Fleel Flitter piloted by Delbert Ry- croft. Aclion took place in the first race Monday as the six-day Whoop-Up Days race meet got under way ol Whoop-Up Downs. (Ed Finlay Photo) RUBY PETITE Ill Unknown quantlly..............t FOURTH RACE 5300 Claiming for two year old maidens FIVE FUKLONGS 111 Wins If breaks..................1 MR. TED M WILSABIE NIZLEY DOES IT 1 M4 Oulside post huris B LUCKY VON .109 May move up..................3 JOEY'S ARCHE 109 Condition hurls ...............5 JOEY SOMETIME ............11-1 Outside pcsl hurls ...............6 GREY HOPE............... 1U Condilion hurls.................5 FIFTH RACE Claiming for four year olds and iifnrard SEVEN FUKLONGS JIMMY A GO-GO FARE UNION FIERY DOLL ARTHUR D MUSTARD CALL POLAR MOUD MYSTIC MISER MAINLY CLOUDY Lnok to be best Old class horse..... Bid try In lart Jockey may help r'av belter Ihis Will Ihis lime Ihis lime Nol wilh these..... QLC lllullunj' cuualu udlmllb ml 7 f Kin... The wiiiis-Gaiiant Kin 1 liree night peiToriiitmces at each evenmg combination paid a heallhv--------------------------------- P rodeo go Thursday healthy S16.50 for a win ticket The other gal riders are Barbara Suitor and Cindy Moore Delbert Rycroft, who won two races Monday, will not, in all likelyhood, retain his tup jock- ey honors he won last year He apparently will only be here until Wednesday The start- By GARRY ALLISON Herald Staff Writer Whoop-Up Days chuckwagon ing line for seven furiong races Md rodeo action vil1 8et is back Lo where it is now a full Thursday night ui front of seven furlongs Exhibition Grandstand and though MONDAY'S RESULTS and conLinue Saturday nights. The "chucks'" ivill hit the oids end up, tracks each evening sharp with the wild E pletion of the races. at woolly exciting wagon CALGARY (CP) Wayne Pullen of Dorchester, Ont., posted of a possible points Monday to lead the free- style competition at the Cana- dian Archery chamionships. The 130 entrants each shoot 12U arrows every day in their divisions at distances ranging from 40 to 70 metres. John Brooks of Vancouver was second with points, followed by James Walton of Kitchener with John Horvath of Taber, led the men's barevow writh 952 points, ahead of Pete Thauber- ger of Penticton. B.C., with 914 and G. Poitras of Saskatchewan wilh 071. Dorothy Lidstone of Vancou- ver led the women's freestyle in the five-day competition with 1.059 while Honor Lemacher of Toronto was second with 991 and Anne Marie Eichelbaum of Calgary third at 984. Terry Pupp of Lethbridge headed the women's barebow competilion with 812 points. Poitras of Saskatchewan was second with 777 and Brenda Lehmann of Calgai7 third wilh 735. SIXTH RACE ,'500 CIMming for three year olds anil upward one mile and onc-SIXTEENTH COLLEGE COUNT............ 114 Big Iry In last................6 AURNOI....................121 Post hurt chances...............8 PREZAMI ..............114 Posl hurt chances...............7 SMOLDERING EfflBERS Ill Rail may help ..................1 SILVER SIMON ............122 Speed In last.................5 BILLS CHOP CHOP ...........Ill Walch out for Ihis ...............3 IRON TONY ............119 Not wilh these .............2 LUSTROUS QUEEN ...........1H Not wilh IhcEe.................4 SEVENTH Claiming for three yrar olds nnd upward SEVEN FURLONGS Warlords win easily The Lclhhridpe Kinsmen Warlords whipped (he l.clh- bridge YMCA Arianacs in Bantam Lacrosse League play Monday night. Don Wilson paced the War- lords wilh a hat-trick while Tim Emerson added a pair. Vic Tron, Keith Miyashiro, Steve Campbell and Clayton Woo managed n goal npiccc. The Adnnnr-s, who trailed C-2 afler two periods received a two-goal performance from Ken Hall and solo markers (ram Tom Siminoni nncl Paul Byrne. CROFT LAKE KY ETERNAL 5HOOTALON6 FIRE LINE "ULLET STAR HYDIJ CHIMES MARIA'S GALL..... EIGHTH RACE LITTLE MISS SWISS I.UREDALE PANCAKE SIS ANRRY SEA SIZE SCAT'S BROTHER WAR TRAMP LUSTROUS FLEET 117 Wins If fil no Will set Ihe paca us May move up 116 Like Ihis Irack lid Starts quick, stops quicker 117 M-' with these 115 Will force Ihe pace 117 UnkDwn quantity FIRST claiming, 3 yea 7 furlongs. Fleet Fliller (Rvcroft) 3.PO 3.00 1 dO, Firey Doll (Bourne) 350 390, rOOGO flPtlOn to follow the COTTl- Knrghts Up fSi'ilor) 2.70. Time: 2-5. ElectrolEx, Trui; Pclar Mound, Lillle MUs Swiss, Winnlno Skip also ran. SECOND claiming, 3 year olds, 7 fur- longs. Sula: Julles Color Me Amber (Jewell) Time: 2-5. Canadian Breeze, Adic Bird, Call Me Paly, Bar's Scope, Handsome Arches also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: 17. THIRD claiming, J yeaf olds 7 furlongs. Rod Weeder (Leonard) 9.00 5.00 3.20, Mr. T. L. (Havnes) -1.30 3.00, Le Tlnue (Rycrolt) 3.00. Time: Meo Class, U Mope, Generous also ran. QUIHELLA: S59.BO. clowning and bullfighting world and has gained plenty of know- ledge and skill that comes from spending years in his danger- ous profession. Mickey Is second-generation In the rodeo arena and at 24 years of age is quickly becom- ing one of the tops in his trade. A husband and wife team, Bill and Ramona Holt, will also be contributing their talents to the three-day show. Bill is the voice of rodeo here j selves. bridge in particular. He has been keeping audiences inform- ed with his knowledgeable re- porting for quite some time In these parts and Is a highly re- spected professional. He presents a complete pro- gram at every rodeo, giving the fan up to the minute infor- mation on what is taking place as well as including much of the colorful background of tho events and the cowboys them- Rodeo has been increasing in''" southem Alberta and Leth-1 Ramona. wliile she will not I e f.prlnni 1 t S500 Claiming (or lour year olds FIVE FURLONGS ..........117 Looks like speed............... 2 114 Had much class................J 114 Pole posilion....... ..........11! May move up ..........Hi Condition may tell .........117 May pass a few 119. Ncf today .........114 Needs more distance POST TIME 3 P.M. Gerela sinks Blue Bombers WINNIPEG (CP) Ted Ger- ela's 23-yard field goal with 27 seconds remaining gave British Columbia Lions a 15-14 victory over Winnipeg Blue Bombers in a Western Football Conference exhibition game before spectators Monday night. The three-pointer climaxed nn 82-yard drive Hint consumed nearly six minutes ol the final quarter. Quarterback Don Moorhead look the Lions first- string offensive unit from their own three-yard line and utilized the talents of rookie running hack John Musso and veteran Jim Evenson to set up the game-winning boot. It was Gcrela's second suc- cessful field goal in six attempts from inside the 35-yard line. Oorela accounted for two sin- Pics nnd a field goal in Hip first half, and a convert on Larry WANTED IMMEDIATELY! PARTS COUNTER MAN (EXPERIENCED PREFERRED) Apply in Person July 19, 70 or 21st., 8 a.m. lo 5 p.m. FLEMING MOTORS PARTS DEPARTMENT 7lh Slrcol, Isl Avn. Souhi Phono 327-1591 Highbaugh's third-quarter touchdown. Louis Scott took a seven-yard pass from Don Jonas in the third quarter and Mack Herron squeezed through from the one- yard line for Winnipeg's two touchdowns. Jonas converted bolh. The Lions dominated most of Ihe game offensively but had difficulty moving Ihe ball inside Ihe Winnipeg 20-yard line. Four times in the first half the B.C. club moved inside the Winnipeg 20 but each time the Bombers defence tightened up and held the visitors to only five points. The Bombers' offense was in- effective throughout the final half and it wasn't until coach Jim Spavital sent Jonas back into the quaiierbacking spot thai last year's most explosive oflcnse began lo move. Aflcr alternating players freely through (he first half, bolh conches wrnl mainly with their No. 2 lineups for Ihe final 30 minutes. B.C. led hy quarter scores of 1-0, 9-0 nnd 12-7. popularity in southern Alberta over the past few years anc Leonard, 7.10 ,.20 ,.50. UlC Whoop-Up Day S show las Auction iRycrofi) s.oo 2.60, year was one of the best in his- tory. Top name cowboys anc chuckwagon outfits, from both Canada and the United States will be seeing plenty ol bone- md up, jarring action here this year as they meet head on with the al- ways lough stock of Reg Kes> ler. Kesler stock is among the tops in North America. He has had more animals at the Na- tional Finals rodeo in Okla- homa City the past lira years than any other stock contractor in the business and also supplies many of the top ani- mals at the world famous Cal- gary Stampede. Kesler, who will also be run- ning the chuckvvagon races, brings in such highly regarded bucking broncs as Rodeo News, if, channeid. Bills chop the 1970 world champion buck- Slar, Ridgeview Hope ,L ing horse and Red Top the best bucking horse in Canada FOURTH ilnp, 2 year old maidens. Gallanl Kin fWlllis) 14.50 8.80 4.50, Muffs Chsnce (Baril) 9.10 4.90, Hcnesl To GosdnBs (Rycrolt) 3.30. Time: 3-5. Lucv Von, Mr. Ted M. Willysabie, I Hope U Hurry, Dells Doll. FIFTH I claiming, A year olds and up, l.olila's Hope (Rycrolh S.40 Time- 1-52 is College Count Chop, Lusti EXACTOR: J3B.10. SIXTH SI, 500, claiming, 3 year otds and up, in 1970. Moonshine, Hat Rack, The Lloyds f'maqe fBarii) 9.50 uo 3.60, Spaniard and Willie Rock are J'M 3'10' Wod araonE the tops in rodeo's world 4-5." of bucking horses while tho RylhM, Lenny Kesler fealurjng Ivory SEVENTH Lightning, Bonaver.ture and lino, a year olds and up. King] strjng 10.50 6.40 3.50, one of the most respected in the country. A rodeo without clowns Is Billin9! sadly lacking and Whoop-Up Days will not come up short in tliat category. Two oi the zan- in Die liusiness. Karl Doer- 3 furloncis. CMI Turk -_ Eanquel Knlqht (Jewell' 5.60 3.60, Car- Red (Loonardl 3.50. Time 4-5. Ky Eternal, billet also ran. EIGHTH 3 year olds and i SI.500, clai 7 furlonns Bold [Leonard! B.5fi 6.20 3.90. P-eaver C.it (Ostpr) 5.30 5.60. Swinging Lane ISullcr) Time: 1.30 2-5. Expanding, Sliver Simon, Hurry hally. Robin Atlploe, Lustrous Queen ono-lon bulls. Karl be working In front of Lhe pub- lic, Is an intricate part of lhe rodeo picture. She will handla the secretarying duties, 1 Job lhat involves the collecting and paying out of monies as well as the tabulating of official scores and times. The five major rodeo evento will be featured during the show as well as wild horse rac- ing, gals barrel racing, boys steer riding and of course the chuckwagons. Pennant races fade in three divisions Ey THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Snap crackle pop. That's not breakfast cereal you hear. That's three of base- ball's four division pennant races falling apart. season, to batter the Cubs. It was the seventh consecutive vic- tory for the National West lead- ers loser on The Reds hopped Rick Reuschel. 3-3. for three runs in the fourth inning wilh All of a sudden, Oakland Afh-1 two Or lne rurls on Cesar letics, Pittsburgh Pirates and c e r o n i m o 's single. Rose's Cincinnati Reds have opened up j came in the fifth and healthy leads in their respective divisions and all three added lo their margins on Monday's scarce schedule of games. Oakland, rained out at Mil- waukee Monday, picked up an- olher half game on Chicago While Sox in the American then the Reds added three wrap- up runs in the sixth. Wayne Simpson, 6-3, earned (he victory with reliever Clay Carroll picking up his 21st save, tops in Ihe majors. Meanwhile, pursuing Houston League West as Detroit Tigers dropped its fifth straight game mocked off the Wliite Sox 3-1 'or Mickey Lolich's 16lh victory, the Athletics now lead the divi- sion by a fat eight games. Pittsburgh came from behind o wlu'p Atlanta Braves 6-5 wilh Willie Stargell driving in four uns. That gave the Pirates an- other half-game pickup on idle York Mets and a five-game julge in the National League East. Cincinnati belted C h 1 c a g o 375 hits on 400 targets. Cubs 7-2 and when St. Louis j Platz, winner of the Canadian 'ardinals nipped Houston As-1 championship two ing and Mickey Bagncll. will be entertaining 'l h c Whoop-Up j games over ,he slipping As- crowds and fighting the mean, Woo Avins trophy CALGARY (CP) Jim of Edmonton won the Al- berta trapshooting champion- i ship during the weekend with championship two weeks ago, Iros 3-2, it widened the Reds grabbed the singles crown West lead lo with I9S of 200 and the doubles a veteran in Ihe AINDY CAPP PHILLIES ADD WINE PHILADELPHIA (APj-Vet- cran shorLslop Hobby Wine, re- leased by Monlrenl Expos ot the Notional League last week nffcr II yenrs in baseball's major leagues, hns been added lo the Philadelphia coaching .slaff, Ihfi Monday. Phillips ntinotiiHTil DON'T FUEX ANbV, I CAN ALWAYS BE A SISTER' T1 VK WHAT D'VEI? 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