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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IPriBRIDGI HERALD Wadneiday, July II, 1973 Race meet continues Butchie Guy wins feature By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor Butchie Gal, ridden by jockey Ivan McDonald, stole the fea- tured seventh race Tuesday at Whoop-Up Downs. And he did it in front of racing fans. Mark Jensen, on Balcony Girl and Graham Nibblet on You Hurry, were staging brilliant stretch drive duel in fthe John Black's Men's Shop feature when both were nipped at the wire by Butchie Gal and Clark. Jensen finished second aboard Balcony Girl while Nib- "blet was third on Hope You -Hurry. Nibblet and his mount were biking for their second -feature race win in as many days but were thwarted at the finish line. Butchie Gal, owned by the Crosby and McDonald Stables, paid for a win tickst, to place and to show. The four-year old covered .the five-furlong distance in one minute, three-fifths seconds. All was not a total loss for Nibblet as he chalked up three ,.wins while sharing in two 41 He was aboard Fine Kid in fthe third race and combined .with Pilgrim Maid to pay 165 ticket holders In the Ififth race, normally an exactor, rode Wily Sabie home iahead of Wild Gypsy, piloted "by Yves Baril, to pay to ,64 ticket holders. Wily Sabie bad actually fin- -ished second to Muff's Chance Howard Boggs up but a "review of the race on film >v showed Muffs Chance had fou> sed coming out of the gate and i.he was disqualified and placed 'fourth. Nibbtef s otter win came in the fourth race as he finished first on Ginger Voya. In the double, Boggs and Baril shared top honors. Boggs won the first race on Silent Fonest and watched as -Baril won on Victory Circle to the second for a double collected by 22 bettors. Tuesday's third qumella, on he eighth race, saw Quillation, idden by Jensen, win out over Colorado Kim to pay to 208 letters. The gathering wagered 93 Tuesday. Last year Tues- day's card was rained out. FIRST S350, claiming, 3 year elds and up, Silent Forest (Boggs) 9.30 6.00 4.40, lAIster Bewiched (Kui) 7.10 4.00, Ar- hur Dee (Jensen) 3.W. Time: 2-5. Gala Fibber, Kitikatla, Mr. Hi 'est. Haydn's Doll, Nearco Shot also SECOND 2 year olds, 3 furlongs. Victory Circle 8.40 4.40 3.50, Sypsy's Freedom (Nibblert) 5.10 3.SO, t. Spur On (Boggs) 7.30. Time: :38 4-5. Fort Chimo, New Tradition, ount. Proud Piper, Quaintly Blue 'wiLY DOUBLE: THIRD claiming, 3 year olds and up, furlongs. Find Kid (Nibblert) 24.00 5.00 4.30, 'llgrim Maid (Hensen) 5.10 3.40, R U Super (McDonald) 3.10. Time: 2-5. Wee Tosca, Ta Tayet, Copper Dan, iymbaoe also ran. QUINELLA: FOURTH claiming, 3 and 4 year 5 "Ginger Voya (Nkbblett) 5.80 3.30 2.80, jrey Hope (Clark) 3.00 2.80, Lisa's Orb (Jensen) 3.30. Time: Polish Point, tblls, Julies Auction. une Rouser also ran. FIFTH claiming, 3 year olds, 5 fur. onas. Wily Sable (Nibblert) 5.20 2.80 2JJO, Wild Gypsy (Baril) 3.30 2.50, Lady Hackle (Jensen) 3.40. Time: 2-5. Muffi Chance, Lucky Von, Fire Cracker also ran. QUINELLA: SIXTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, furlongs. Color Me Lucky (Boggs) 5.70 3.90 IJJO, Marias Pass (Ollive) 3.60 2.50, Take One Step (Clark) 2.40. Time: 3-5. Gypsy Jo Mae, Monday Morn also SEVENTH claiming, 3 year olds and up. furlongs Butchie Guy (Ciark) 5.20 3.50, Balcony Girl (Jensen) 3.00 2.40, Hope You Hurry (Nibblett) 2.50. Time: 3-5. Sweet Age, Lady of the Sea also ran. Lacrosse special tonight The Lethbridge Lacrosse As- sociation wifl celebrate Whoop- Up Days with a special exhi- bition match at the Adams Ice Centre tonight. The eight o'clock encounter will feature the Lethbridge Na- tive Sons against a powerful junior dub from Armstrong, British Columbia. The Armstrong Shamrocks are considered toe top junior dub in the Inter British Colum- bia Junior Senior Lacrosse League and carry one of theii league's top scorers in Bird 'Henderson. Henderson has amassed a of 35 goals in 14 league games and will be a definite threat for the Native Sons, The two clubs will also see ;action again Thursday night 5.; JMarie Popson ares well Nationally known archer Popson of Lethbridge, -came up with a solid perfor- -jnance in the National Arch- ery Tournament staged recent "ly in Joh'ette, Quebec. Popson, who was joined by 'four other archers represent' ing province of Alberta in national event, earned a -third and a fourth place fin- ish fighting against a total of 155 competitors. Her third place standing came in the target aggregate she finished fourth on target and field EIGHTH claiming, iyear-olds, 7 fur itfuiiiniieii (Jensen) 4.30 4.30 Colorado Kim (McGhl) 4.10 Z70; Cap- tain Prefect (Ollive) 3.10. Joante Pie, Crows Mile, Tiny's King, Well Received, also ran. Track Scratch: Little Beck. QUINELLA: EDMONTON (CP) Northlands Park race results Tuesday: FIRST claiming, 4 year olds and up, JtmenRre North Whittle) 5.20 3.30 2JO, Jake the Rake (Rasmussen) 4.10 2.60, Tallyho Jo (Shields) 2.80. Time: 4-5. Precious Argent. Robing Doctor, Missyway, also ran. Track scratch Obligation. SECOND claiming, four year olds and "Speeds Beauty (Persons) 3.70 2.70 2.60, Misty (Rayhedge) 3.10 3JJO, Happy Whistler (Hedge) 4.60. Time: 1.5. Winking Princess, J Hope Doolln's Image also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: S11.70. Track Scratch Bronselent. THIRD claiming, 4 year olds and up 7 furlongs. Boy Brush (Wiseman) 7JJO 3.10 Tally Boy (Rasmussen) 3.20 2.90, Mr Marsh (Watson) 4.20. Time: 2-5. Tole Johnny, Top Boss, Will Argue Vernon Town, The Wisp also ran. QUINBLLA: FOURTH claiming, 4 year oMs and up Lustrous Sun (Norrls) 11.50 SJO 4.30 Rushing Girl (Whittle) 15.10 8.70, Mis- ter Auctioneer (Parsons) 6.10. Time: Fast Friday, Homecoming Day., Dis- pensation, Smooth Edge, Blue Must FIFTH SIJOO, claiming, 3 yen- eWs, 1 1-16 Rusty Wafer Whittle) 5.00 3.10 170, DooHn Heart (Shields) 3.80 3.60, Len's Birthday (Phelan) 3JO. Beimont'Ba'ron. Steel Cone, Kelly H, Cellum Nesh, Fays Hurrah, also ran. EXACTOR: SiTja. SIXTH 1.SOO, claiming, 3 year olds, 7 fur. lonqs. Perque SI (McCauley) 22.10 1.00 4JO. Scotch Indian (Norris) 4JO X40, Swift Cash (Rasmussen) 3-20. West "wind Guy, Tare Minlfs Sister, Fair Haydn, Alberta Rose, also ran. SEVENTH claiming, 4 year elds and up, 7 furlongs. Tays Talent (Phelan) 11.20 4.70 2.M. Burgundy Less (Rycroft) 4JO 2.60, Rain Taraus (Inda) 2.3C. Time: My Son Michael, Miss Joect also Track Scratches: Mult] Special, Bull Quartz. EI9HTH claiming, 4 yeer olds and up, 7 furlongs. Stokes Road 4.90 2JO. Jofcnny N (Hedges 3.50 2.70, Make It Magic 'Norris) 4J09, Time: 1-5. ___ Fuewes Session, txpedi- ate, Western Stria ran. NINTH claiming, 4 year elds and op, SameAHalr i.80 2.70 2JJO, Ky Honor ZHO 2JO, JI m Keefe (Stadnyk) 3.60. Julglad'ic. Careless Cat, Coal Oust, r9t rn0nT at Chicago J Bradley W) .t St. Wlw (11-4) New York SMver (f-5) at Atlanta Harrison (6-2) Philadelphia Carlton at Cin- cinnati AteOlothlin (3-3) Montreal Rogers at Houston Reuss 01-7) TUISDAY'I KISULTS fan D-ege oaO-i .....OMNI S 0 Ariin (M) and Kendall; Pappas Locker and Hundley, Rudk pMiedeipMa en m t t i Clnc-imatl MO IV 10 Lonborg end Voone; fcllllnghim Gullett (I) and Bench, Plum- mer HR: Cln-Geronimo Ln Angeles 401 M t 11 PIIMknrgn 1WOM ess-4 1 Messeramini Brewer and Ferguson; Walker Johnson Lamb m. Hernandez (9) end Sen- guillen. Pgh-Sanguillen Oliv- er New York toitil i Atunta .....112 en 10 i McGraw, Strohmayer Capra (1. 4) Parker and Hodges; Mor- ton, Devlne fO-J) House and Casanova. HRs: W-Staub MH- ner Perci Aaron San Prendiee o ft. Leoit ejeeai Bradley Sou (I) and Reder; Fotkers (3-1) and Simmons. Montreel Ml ON T Houston MO Oil 2 S 0 McAnally Marshall (91 and Stinson; WJIson tfrlli. Ptarro (7) shaw Richard (9) and Jutze. HR: Hou-May AMERICAN LEAGUE East W York..... 54 Baltimore 47 Boston........ 49 Detroit Milwaukee 45 Cleveland 34 Oakland Kansas City California Chicago Minnesota; Texas West 53 52 47 48 46 31 L Pet. 42 .543 4C JJ40 42 JJ3I 45 "U MS U Mi 41 .564 45 44 45 -514 45 JJ05 5f .344 2'A 2'A 19 TA JfA TODAY'S GAMES Baltimore Palmer (9.6) at Oakland Holtzman C14-8) Cleveland Tidrow (74) at California May (4-7) Milwaukee Colborn (12-5) at Texas BibbV (3L3) Kansas City Busby (7-9) at Detroit Coleman (14-8) Minnesota Decker (3-5) at New York Stottlemyre (12-7) Chicago Stone (4J) at Boston Lee (11-3) TUESDAY'S RESULTS Chfeago 020 003 11 i Boston......100000011-4 12 1 Wood (18-12) Forster and Herr- mann; Pattin (9-12) Carman Veale and Montgomery. HR: CM Cnlcaga 010 300108-1 11 1 Boston.....aoomaoe-o 4 a Bahnsen (12.9) and Herrmann; Culo Skok Curtis (9) and Flsk. HR: Minnesota 020 m 080 OW-1 H1 New York 101 M 4 71 Woodson, Corbln (3-5) (in and Mlt- terwald; Peterson, McDanitl Lyle (3-5) 01) and Moses. HR: Hers SECOND MiwitMta asoiooaM-i .1 i New Yerk 4 10 Bane Corbin (f> and Mttter- wald; Dobson Lyle (0) and Mun. ton. HR: NY-Munson Kansas City 4 f 1 Fltimorrls (1-0) and Hstly; Ldlch Bird Miller (9) and Sims. Freshen HRs: KC-Otls (2) Det McAullffe Mirwiokee nomtft-4 12 a Texas too eoo a Siaton Eddie Rodriguez (9) end Ellie Rodriguez. Clyde (U) Gogolew- ski Paul (9) and Suarer. HR: Tex Bammonf 000 010 aOO-1 1 Oakland .100 110 .1 McNslly (8.111 and Etcheberren; Blue (8-5) and Fosse. Cleveland 000 000 5 California 000 200 1 Bosman (3-9) and Ellis: Wright (8- U> and Stelmaszek. HRs: Robinson Epstein DUAL STEEL RADIAL TIRES MILE Written Guarantee [.RICH TiRE LTD. ;