Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
Whoop-up Downs Selections FRIDAY'S SELECTIONS FIRST RACE-S200. For 4 and S yr. Oldl ABOUT FIVE FURLONGS Stfvtd In Owntr high on thlt ona A contender LMha K......................114 Wanta Kentucky Aatro...............117 Pwo Penny Mist Vlazie's Day Miss AroriiCo -leet Billy Eternal 115 Back with her own kind 114 easier tleld this time 112 Probably needs experience 121 Not likely 117 Long shot SECOND For 3 yr. oldt ind ABOUT FIVE FURLONGS Improved lot out Contender oil form Not today Good enough for show No hope Mr. Rldeibout................124 Shootalong...................121 WPM Received 121 Stormy Summer 116 vtagansir 121 Dscar A 122 Outside post hurts fHIRD For 3 yr. old ABOUT FIVE FURLONGS Should go well with these Could be eloee Chance lor a piece Long time between wins Disappointment A fugitive from the rodeo Has surprised before While Fleet.................115 Beau Tango..................116 Wild Router.................121 Lustrous Fleet 121 Auction Art 121 Shady Merry 116 Vael 116 FOURTH For 3 yr. oldi and Miu Star Speed..............116 Sharon H ...................112 Mist Monairo..............116 SypSy-s Freedom 117 _e Flame DHiver 119 Bucket Man 124 ABOUT FIVE FURLONGS Lait ttart good Improving each atari Good enough for thow Has been a gyp Should have speed Watch out for this one FIFTH For 3 yr. SEVEN FURLONGS Overrated Consistent sort Just latt start Charlesworthy ..............120 Woddah ......121 C C Magic...............119 Tiny Toes 115 Ahead of Me 124 Bedrock Jet 122 Sky F.re 122 Expanding 122 Would be a surprise Will bear watching Jet is plugged Is improving Will run by some SIXTH For 4 yr. olds and SEVEN FURLONGS Mister Bewitched............119 The logical horse Last Ryslo ice Alley Meo Class Reserved Speed Ta Tayet Romo Brandy .119 Fantastic latt time 114 Always close 119 Won last start 112 Keeps trying 119 Surprised last time 109 Will need the breaks 117 Outside hurts SEVENTH For 3 yr. olds and SEVEN FURLONGS 124 .....121 116 121 What a Blend fickle Your Fancy N Grin Jeftaway Buster Kid Summer In Rome Star K Lady 124 121 121 119 Favorite in Lethbridge Will be tough Likes local track Nol with these Wait and see Has good form Longshot In a tough spot EIGHTH For 4 yr. olds and 1 MILE The one to beat Could upset Good enough for show Dreamin Demon............116 Little Beck .119 Fleet Flitter ........114 Tenaki 124 Cariboo Trail 119 Long time between wins May need one SCRATCH TIME A.M. 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Phone 327-5767 Available at PLAINSMAN SPORTS 329 7 St. South Phone 328-6822 Bourne means in the money every race Show stealer Elijah Bourne is having things his own way Wood's knuckleball urns great Gibson passes mark By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor Jockey Elijah Bourne is fast turning the Whoop-Up Days race meet into a one man show Overlooked as he rode three winners Monday as the six- day meet got under way at Whoop-Up Downs Bourne went to work finishing in the money in six of seven races Who would have thought it was simply an in- dication of things to come'7 Wednesday in 85 degree Bourne was in the money eight straight four of them being victories Thus far Bourne has 10 vic- tories to his credit for the meet Picking up exactly where he left off in the winner's Bourne won the first race of the day aboard Acrobat Boy and followed up with wins in the fifth and eighth The only thing eluding Bourne is a victory in the feature race of the day Wednesday Al Jeffries brought Big Bambi home ahead of the pack in a disap- pointing four-horse feature race Owned by Phyllis Dunham of Vulcan and train- ed by Ron Dunham. Big Bambi covered the one mile and one sixteenth distance in 1 524 Bourne's win in the first joined with second place Kentucky was worth in the first of four quinella's The quinella on the third a combination of Wynscope and Reserved Speed paid 90 while the fifth race saw Summer In Rome nip Miss Lisa B at the wire and paying 30 The last quinella of the the seventh race paid 40 ad favorites Big Bambi and Tickle Your Fancy cross- ed the finish line one-two Wednesday's Exactor was worth 30 as piloted by Bourne won with Rae's Auction second Wednesday's crowd Fastball playoff The Rittway Flames and the L. A. Legionettes will meet in a best of three Women's Intermediate provincial fastball playoff this weekend at Dave Elton Park The playoff will determine Southern Alberta's represen- tative to the Intermediate Provincial Playoffs August 3 and 4 in Lethbridge The first game is set for 7 p.m Saturday the se- cond Sunday at 10 a m and the third game if necessary will go at 2 p m at Dave Elton Meanwhile Rittway Flames are just one win away from capturing the 1974 City Women's Softball League title after doubling the score 6-3 over Great West Tires Ma- jesties Wednesday night The Flames lead the best- of-five final series 2-1 Gail Blanchard gave up eight hits to earn the mound decision while Ruth Miller suffered the loss after allow- ing the same number of safeties The York Farm Generals ripped four extra-base hits off Hartley Phillips and whipped the Picture Butte Rae Motors 6-3 in a Southern Alberta Ma- jor Men's Fastball League game Tuesday Bill Persely had two doubles and the Generals got one double each from Rich Jankowiak and Mike while Tom Yip gave up only five hits to Pic- ture Butte batters en route to the victory wagered the best day thus far in the meet Racing goes again at 2 30 today as well as Friday and Saturday. FIRST Allowance three four and five year old maidens five furlongs Acrobat Boy 4 60 2 60 2 10 Kentucky Astro 2 70 2 10 Lady Edison 230 Time 1 00 Thirteen of Hearts Miss Robs Leti Rehearse Light The Town Satos Winnie also ran QUINELLA CICOND 000 claiming three years and up live furlongs Shootalong 1000 680 420 Famous Terry 11 10 5 30 Mr Rideabout 2 90 Time 59 Well Received War Tramp Shamrock Billy Where You go also ran THIRD Si 000 claming three years and up five furlongs Wynscope 1230 490 4 20 Reserved Speed 3 30 2 50 Miss Monairo 4 70 Time 1 00 Penihawk Beren Baron Oscar A also ran QUINELLA 90 FOURTH 52 500 claiming two year olds three furlongs Shining Doli 500 340 3 10 Heppners Fairy 630 4 60 Billy Comacnho 5 10 Jill s Jewel Chantreila Miss Art Auction Kenyon Field Lloyd s Spirit also ran FIFTH S1 500 claiming years and up five furlongs Summer In Rome 1870 6 30 3 00 Miss Lisa B 5 00 2 70 Charlesworthy 2 30 Time 1 00 Haydn s Doll Wilysabie Twilight Mood Johnny Red Ibhs also ran QUINELLA 30 SIXTH 31 000 claiming four years and up one mile one six teenih Expanding 9 10 4 70 2 70 Sky Fire 4 60 2 70 Swishaway 2 50 Time 1 52 1 5 Setyoursights Nipawm also ran SEVENTH S1 500 claiming four years and up one mile one six teenth Bib Bambi 5 70 2 30 2 10 Tickle Your Fancy 2 30 2 10 Stiuswnp Sam 2 10 Time 1 52 Speed Beauty also rap Track scratch Tomboy Goody QUINELLA S5 40 EIGHTH 500 claiming three and tour year olds five furlongs Yael 8 90 4 20 2 60 Rae s Auction 3 20 2 40 Beau Tanqo 2 60 Time 1 00 Magansir White Fleet also ran EXACTOR S22 30 ASSOCIATED PRESS Bob Gibson has more strike- outs than any major league baseball pitcher except the great Walter Johnson whom he trails by 505 Gibson reached the stnkeout plateau Wednesday night during the St Louis Car- dinals' 6-4 12-innmg loss to Cincinnati Reds Only Johnson with has struck out more batters The Cardinal right-hander got his strikeout by fanning Cesar Gerommo in the second inning and added three more before departing after seven innings with the score tied at 4-4 thought he was getting a little St Louis Manager Red Schoendienst said of who is in his 16th major league season. In other National League San Francisco Giants beat New York Mets Pittsburgh Pirates routed Houston Astros Atlanta Braves turned back Chicago Cubs San Diego Padres blasted Philadelphia Phillies and Montreal Expos nipped Los Angeles Dodgers 5- 4 Long after Gibson had George Foster's two-run dou- ble in the 12th inning gave the Reds their victory. A walk to Darrel Chaney and a single by Dave Concepcion preceded Foster's game-winning hit Willie Davis hit three singles and Mike Jorgensen knocked in the decisive run with a sacrifice helping Montreal nip Los Angeles had a great knuckleball because it was hot and catcher Ed Herr- mann said after Wilbur Wood won his 15th garne of the a three-hitter in a 7-1 Chicago White Sox victory Wednesday night over Detroit Tigers 'ask me but when it's hot and humid the ball breaks all over At one Wood retired 20 consecutive batters In other American League Oakland A's beat Baltimore Orioles Boston Red Sox topped Kansas City Royals California Angels defeated Cleveland Indians 7- Minnesota Twins pounded Milwaukee Brewers and Texas Rangers blanked New York Yankees 2-0 was another good said who tied Cleveland's Gaylord Perry as the winningest pitcher m the major leagues The sixth White Sox victory in seven games left them six games behind first-place OaK- land in the West Ken who had three singled in a Chicago run in the three-run first inning Brian Downing also singled in a run and the other came on a sacrifice fly by Dick who hit his 24th tops in the with a man on in the fourth to increase his RBI total to 66 Bill Freehan's single and Marv Lane's double produced the Detroit runs in the second Vida scored his eighth victory in 12 games and Oakland won its fifth straight as Reggie Jackson scored on Mike Cuellar's wild pitch in the sixth inning and doubled home Sal Bando in the eighth The loss was Baltimore's six- in seven games. 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