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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THI LETHMIDOE HERALD Thursday, July 19, 1973 Race meet at half way Start to finish win for Cum loops By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor The best way, I'm told, to win a race is to get into the lead early and stay there. Well, jockey Herbie Ollive and his mount Cumloops, must have received the same advice In Wednesday's featured sev- enth race. Cumloops, a six-year old from the 0. Roset Stables, left the gate from the pole posi- tion, carried a one-length mar- gin past the grandstand the first time and then fought off a late challenge from Take One Step, ridden by Ivan Clark. Take One Step could do no better than to close the gap to a half-length at the wire. Third place went to Gallant Indian with jockey Yves Baril up. Cumloops covered the seven furlong distance in one min- ute, 30 and one-fifth seconds to win the City Packers trophy cooler. In winning, Cumloops paid and Jockey Clark, in his first Whoop-Up Days Race Meet, was looking tor his fourth win of the day in the feature. The young rider won three straight including the second half of the daily double and the quinella on the third race. Riding Avenue Lady in the second Clark won out over Roly Minx to share in a double with Swan's Babe in the first race. Swan's Babe was ridden by Gerry Nibblet. In the third race, Clark fin- ished first on Little Deer while Nibblet brought Silver Simon home second. The combination of the pair gave ticket holders a quinella. Clark's third win of the day was aboard Bib Bamibi in the fourth race. ANDY CAPP FANCY THEM CL0SIN1 THAT LOVEUV OUD MUSEUM. 1 KNOW IT WON'T SET MANY PEOPUE IN BuTfO CONVERT IT iNib A BINGO HAUL.' IT'S SACRH.EGE OF ABOUT THAT- IT'S ABSOLUTELY TAILOR MAD fOR SNOOKEK I DON'T KNOW WHY I BOTHER Barbara Home still in second CALGARY (CP) Arlene MacKmtosh of Calgary main- tained her lead in the provin- cial ladies gotf tournament at the Shaw-Nee slopes Golf Club here Wednesday after complet- ing 36 of 54 holes of medal play. Having sunk a hole-in-one Tuesday on her way to a three over par 77, MacKintosh's score Golf league HENDERSON LADIES Low gross Elsie McGrath, Maxines 45. Low net Celia Fox, See- man's JeweUry 38. Low team met Seeman's JeweUry, Fox, Irene Marcenko, Doreen Ully and Diane Carrier 171. FINAL Jewellry.............S3 Haleo Manufacturing...........4S Valut Village .............42 Maxines Ladies Wear...........38 Mildred Fares Apparel.............. 27 junked to 11 over par 85 Wednesday. She still leads by one stroke with a two-day total of 162. Barbara Home of Calgary and formerly of Lethbridge shot an 84, giving her a two-day total of 163. Cathy McMillan of Edmonton shot an 83 to put her in third position with 164. Defending champion Betty Cole of Edmonton shot the low- est score of the day in the championship flight with a 78 for a total of 166. She is tied at 166 with Carin McBean of Calgary, defending junior girls' champion. The first nine holes presented most of the problems for Mac- Kintosh as she fell seven over par. She bogied the first, third, fourth, sixth and seventh holes with a double bogey on the 375-yard ninth hole and was four over on the back nine. Home also had her prob- lems Wednesday. "I couldn't putt at all to- she said. DUNLOP FORD SALES LTD. 1510 Mayor Magrtrth Drive, lethbridgo MEMBER FORD PENTA-CAR SYSTEM Office 326-9861 Res. 328-6446 FOR RENT By Day Week Month PINTO PINTO STATION WAGON MAVERICK TORINO FORD TON 1 TON -FOR YOUR HOLIDAYS We Rent Complete Truck And Camper Units 6'-9W and 11' Models ALSO AVAILABLE! A Foot Trailer {Sleeps 3) BOOK EARLY! The combination of Action Counts and New Tradition in the fifth race paid a quinella while in the eighth it was King of the Alps and Gal- lant Lou for quinella. Audrey Neubuhr was aboard King of the Alps for her first official victory at an Alberta track. Wednesday's crowd wagered for a three-day total of FIRST claiming, 3 year eldi and up, 5 furlongs Swan's Dave (Nlbblett) 17 SO 910 800, Wild Rouser (Km) 8.80 450, Haydn Chimes (Barll) 310 Time- 1 01 2-5. Meo Class Jewell Oust, Khatethon Dee, Steel Tube, Kltchatla aso ran. SECOND claiming, 4 year elds, 5 fur- (Clark) 4SO in 2.80, Roly Minx (Btgss) 570 330, Snow Vixen (Nlbblett) 320. Time 1 00 2J. Hot Beef, Wild Gypsy, also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: J35.M. THIRD claiming, 4 year elds and up, 1 1 16 miles Little Deer (Clark) 2130 780 480, -Silver Simon (Nibblett) 4.10 260, French Bar (Ollive) 350. Time: 1 54 Colleoe Count, Plxla Belle, Tlekla Your also ran. QUINELLA: FOURTH claiming, 4 year olds and tip, 7 furlongs Big Bambl (Clark) 1240 340, Grinning Sam (Ollive) 1300 480, Go Go Glen (Nlbblptt) 3.00 Time 1 30 2-S Star Snip, Red Weeder, Miss Stam- peder. Hungry HawK, Kokua also ran, FIFTH claiming, 2 year olds, 3 fur. longs Action Counts (Bourne) 570 350, New Tradition (Baril) 470 460, Pert Chlmo 'McGhle) 630 Time -38 1 5 Ned's Deliqht, Payday Pet, Sato also ran. OUINELLA: Track Scratch- Joey Bel SIXTH claiming, 3 year olds and up, 1 1-16 miles Crow's Mile (Boogs) 460 350, Wnlrlagale (Nibblett) 300 250, Fleet- ma Bar (Clark) 350. Time- 1-51 4-5 Lustrous Star, Robln-A-TIptoe, Cap- tain Prefect also ran. SEVENTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs. Cumloops (Ollive) 440 290 260, T8ke One Steo (Clark) 2W 2.80, Gal- lant Indian (Barll) 290. Time 1 30 1-5 Manas Pass, Little, Smart Bet, and Reginald also ran. EIGHTH allowance, 3 year olds and up, 5 furlonas. Kmq Of The Alps (Neuberg) 1000 700 540, Gallant Lou (MeGhla) 3.90 320, Coniur Uo (Jensen) 3.20. Time 1 00 4-5. Prince Nicola, Tiny Toes, Call Paddy, Tera's Pride also ran. QUINELLA: Track Scratch- Llttla Zulu. EDMONTON (CP) Race results Wednesday from Northlands Park: FIRST 600, allowance, 2 year ctdi, 5 fur- longs. Gold Costume (Kipling) 480 360 370, Pilot Bird (Stadnyk) 450, 380, Victorian Junole (Hedge) 430. Time 1 00 25. Hillside Hero, Flying None, Mar Jo's Miss also ran. SECOND claiming, 3 year olds, 1 1-H miles J B Girt (Haynes) 19JO 680 379, Beatties Ribbon (McCauley) 520 360, Winter Field (Norns) 3.30. Time: 2S. Doolm Lu, Glory Day, Mr. Lament, Doctors Alibi, Glen Melodee, also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: THIRD claiming, 4 year oWs and up, 7 furlongs. Patmoss (Hedge) 11 99 5 00 2 70, Special Bout (RasmuSMn) 4.20 2.30, Lonk (Phelan) 2Jo Time: 1.26 3-5. Sure Speed, Feathers Lonesome Road, Reserved Speed, Hula Mah, also ran. FOURTH claiming, 3 year elds, IVfc miles Sables Blue 1090 420 3.30, Double Way (Stadnyk) 3.40 2-50, Red Power (Giesbrecht) Z80. Time- 1-53 4-5 White Rose Erll A, Sherzad also ran FIFTH claiming, 3 year olds, 7 fur- longs. Shoes For Jimmy (Whittle) 9 20 3 60, 310, Midnight Kavaller (Rasmussen) 3.10 2.70, What Blend (Parsons) 3.00. Time- My Meteor, Fire Speed, Steel Slip, per. White Fleet, Premium also ran. EXACTOR: S25JO. SIXTH claiming, 4 year and up, miles Indian Lake (Hedoe) 17.10 6.10 360, Spurious (Norris) 390 320, Arctic John (Phslon) 360. Tirre: 21 4-S Surer Rajah, Tetra- speed, Jellico also ran. SEVENTH IlJJOO. claiming, 4 year olds and up, miles Turk fGold' 7 60 3JO Z70, Table For Tony 3.10 2.JO, Uncle Smoothie 'Ryoroft) 2-80. Time- Friendly Guy, Lucky Levee, Skipper Tan also ran EIGHTH allowance, 4 year elds and up, 7 furlongs. Kim's Kid (WtaCavlevI 3.10 2 80 Fast SWJ (Rasmussen) 7 go JJB, Down Ttw Well (Phelan) 1 JS Tops In Design, Bold Sail alS3 rtn. NINTH 700 claiming, 4 year olds op 7 Mr Wolfe 'Rssmusseni 7 30 J 70, Kv Vlimwr IM 230, Honor- fWlwman' 360 1 ;j Chsrm, Marie, fer- apouf ana Sailor also ran. McLean, Hyland, Bews all will be there KENNY MCLEAN TOM BEWS DALE TROTTIER MEL HYLAND Mueller brilliant for Royals Top names are on hand as rodeo action begins The Lethbridge Royals jump- ed into a first place tie in the third division of the Calgary Senior Soccer League behind the outstanding performance of goaltender Werner Mueller last weekend. Mueller was brilliant between the poles as he stoprcd four breakaways and led the Royals to a 4-1 victory over the previously unbeaten Red Deer squad. John Fomredas supplied most of the scoring punch tal- lying three times while AngeJo Mauro added a single. Terry Takacz was the only Red Deer player to beat Mueller in the nets. The Royals and Red Deer are now tied in first place Mearra-hiJe the Royals -vriH be on Uie road this weekend as they travel to British Columbia for the annual Kixnfoeriey Soc- cer tournament. The Royals are the defending champions of the event. By GAERY ALLISON Herald Staff Writer If you are not listed in the present Canadian or world standings, an ex-champion of any kind, or a reigning world or Canadian champion cowboy, you may feel a little self con- scious entering the Whoop-Up Days rodeo. Rodeo action will get under way tonight in front of the ex- hibition grandstand at eight and continue through Friday and Saturday evenings as well. Heading the list of "big name" entrants are men like Mel Hyland, Kenny McLean, Tom Bews, Shawn Davis, Bobby Brown, Jim Gladstone, Rocky Rockabar and Dale Trotder. Hyland is the reigning world and Canadian saddle bronc champion. He is currently sit- ting in 10th place in the race for the world's, all around title and is sixth in the saddle bronc standings. He has won over to date this season. Shawn Davis has spurred his way to three world champion- ships in the saddle bronc class and is in second spot for this year's title. He will be looking for a big win in Lethbridge to help move him closer to the leader, Bill Smith. Another former world cham- pion saddle bronc rider and many time Canadian all around and saddle king, Kenny McLean, was just one of the 28 bronc riders who paid their entry fee. Kenny is entered in the roping and steer wrestling as well Bobby Brown, in the top 15 in the world saddle bronc stand- ings, and Tom Bews, two-time Canadian all around boss are also going to ride over the three day show. The stock for the big Whoop- tip Days rodeo is supplied by Reg Kesler, who has one of the top bucking strings in North America. Bareback riders, and there are 31 of them, include four time Canadian champion Dale Trpttier; former Southern Cir- cuit bareback king Lynn Jen- sen; and such other well known names as Phil Doan, Bob Kar- tell and Allan Thorpe. BULLS BEWARE Forty-five men have paid their money and will take their chances in the bull riding. Veterans Hank Abbie and Rocky Rockabar, both former Rational Finalist bull riders, will join favorites like Dale Rose, all round champion at Calgary this year. Huey Vang, three time Canadian champion John Dodds, Ben Hern and Bud Munns are also in the race for top spot. Bobby Steiner of Austin, Texas, currently in third spot in the world standings and cur- rent Canadian leader in the bull taming, Rocky Hubley, are also entered. The timed events feature 58 calf ropers and 50 steer wrest- lers. The 1973 Cowboy of the Year, Harold Mandeville has put his money up in the calf roping as has Tom Bews, Arnie Johnson, Barry Edge, Bud Van Cleave, a three time Canadian champion in this event and Hoppy Unger. Jim Gladstone, the first Ca- nadian to finish in the top 10 in the world roping standings will be roping in Lethbridge along1 with former all around champion of Canada Arnold Haraga. The steer wrestling line-up includes Ben Hern, Levi Black- water, Tom Bews, Tommy Ivins, Ted Ely, Bob Kartell, Os- car Walters and Arnold Haraga. Wild horse racing and gals barrel racing will also be a part of the big show. Among the entries in the barrel race competition are Jerri and Joy Duce, the latter now Mrs. Bobby Brown. Fourteen chuckwagons are entered including Sundown Hank, Lloyd Nelson, "bounc- ing'' Bobby Cosgrave, Gary Dorchester and Larry Mead. FORD RENT-A-CAR THOROUGHBRED HORSE RACING July 16th thru 21st LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION P4CETRACK POST TIM! A PAR1-MUTUEL 2 30 P.M. DAIIY w BETTING The chuckwagons will get underway each evening at eight, immediately followed by rodeo action. Clowns for the rodeo include Karl Doering, Mickey Bagnell and Duane Rechart. Handling the announcing du- ties will be knowledgeable Bill Holt of Lolo, Montana. With the srtw-studded Hoe-up before them, 'the Whoop-Up Day officials look forward to a three day rodeo that will num. ber among the best of bunch. Lakers host Calgarigns Giants half-game back CALGARY (Special) A pair of two-run homers in the third inning propelled Calgary Giants to a 7-5 win over Leth- bridge Lakers in the Alberta Major Baseball League Wed- nesday. The win moved the Giants to within one-half a game of the Lakers, leaders in the league's southern division. The Giants got their home runs from Dave Edson and Larry Nakonechny added an unearned run on an error and a single by Bob Papworth and the others in the sixth and seventh innings. The Lakers opened the scor- ing in the first inning on a triple by Bob Brown and a double by Howie Heggedal. They went ahead 3-0 in the third after Heggedal got his second double and Wayne Com- modore followed with a 375- foot home run. ALBERTA MAJOR South Cal. Giants Cal. Jimmies North Division V4 Red Deer Edm. Tigers Edm. Blockers Division W L Pet. GBL 13 t 14 10 .593 Vi 11 12 .478 3 L Pet. GBL 12 11 .522 10 12 .464 7 16 .304 SVj The Lakers scored again in the fifth and eighth innings. Bight-Bander Craig Clayson scattered 13 hits in pitching the victory. He struck out 10 and walked four. Al Ferchuk, also a right- hander, took the loss as he al- lowed 12 Mis, struck out seven and walked one. Hy Lewis rapped a triple and two singles for the Giants and Papworth had three singles. Commodore drove in three runs on three hits for Leth- bridge with Brown, Heggedal and Rob Roy each hitting safely twice. Meanwhile the Lakers will get a return match with the Giants tonight as they host the second place club for an eight o'clock game at Henderson Stadium. It was announced today that ths Calgary Jimmies and Swift Current Indians will clash in the first game of the Laeombe Lions 24th annual baseball tournament on Wednesday, July 25th at a.m. This kicks off the two day sports- fest which pits the finest teams in Western Canada against one another in the scramble for prize money of and the Fred Stewart Trophy. Second game of the day sees the Lakers (a team that hasn't taken pert since 61) take on Kamloops Okonots In what promises to be one of the tight- est games of the tournament starting at 12 noon. The after- noon game at p.m. will be another game to watch Red Deer M. and K. Generals just back from taking the Barrbead Tournament take on Kinder- Toros set seat prices TORONTO (CP) Toronto Toros of the World Hockey As- sociation told hockey fans Wednesday that tickets for the 1973-74 season will cost 95 for red seats and 95 for blues. hi paid advertisements in to- day's daily newspapers, head- lined "We not only came to play, we came to the Toros invited subscriptions for 39 home games, 30 of which wifl be played at Varstiy Arena. The other nine games win be played in other arenas in the Metropolitan Toronto area be- cause a full schedule of 39 dates could not be guaranteed Var- stiy Arena. LEASE... From your Fremchiwd New Car Deafer Bttttr Facilities Regular Warranty choice) ef More Flexible (taring Plant Your least can maintenance, licence, and itifvrfitnct INQUIRE NOW INTO THE ADVANTAGES OF LEASING OVER BUYING Contort BORIS KORESHENKOV Beny Automotive Enterprises Ltd. 2nd Avenuft end 8th Street Phone 328-1101 sley Klippers, a very strong team from Saskatchewan. The final game of the first day sees Edmonton Tigers go against Saskatoon Commo- dores starting at p.m. Game times on Thursday, July 20th start at 11 2 p.m. and the final at 5 t Giants it Ferchuk (4-3) and B. Maxwell, Brown Clayson (2-3) and Ed- wards. HRs: Nakonechny Shamrocks lose to Native Sons The Lethbridge Native Sons opened their Whoop-Up Days special with a solid 134 exhibi- tion victory over the Armstrong Shamrocks at the Adams Ice Centre Wednesday night. The Native Sons scheduled two exhibition matches against the junior club from British Columbia and will end the ser- ies with the second game to- night at eight o'clock at Adams. In the last night's contest, the Shamrocks, who just concluded their 600-mile drive to Leth- bridge in the morning, seemed too tired and weary to give the Native Sons their best show- ing. The Native Sons took full ad- vantage of the Shamrocks' long road trip and pelted in six straight goals in the opening period for the decision. At the end of the first period the Sons lead 7-1 and then ex- tended the margin to 9-1 after the second. Norm Hall paced the Leth- bridge attack with five goals while Ken Boychuck and Ken Keenan added two each. Singles came off the sticks of Pete Cowan, Doug Sterm, Don Johnson and Jim Byrne. Grant Docksteader notched a pair of goals and Cliff Lock- wood and Clint Campbell one apiece for the Shamrocks, who hit eight goal posts in the sec- ond half of the game. In the penalty department, the Sons picked up 12 of 22 minors white Keenan of Leth- bridge and Shamrocks' Bob Sharp sat out five minutes each for a second period fight. Byrne also landed a match penalty for Lethbridge while five minutes each were assess- ed to Shamrocks' Kevin Kor- berg and Wayne Christian for butting and slashing respective- ly. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East Chicago St Louis Montreal Pittsburgh Philadelphia New York Los Angeles Cincinnati San Francisco Houston Atlanta San Diego W X 49 44 47 42 40 West 61 53 S3 51 45 33 L Pet. GBL 43 SX 43 333 47 .484 5 48 M7 51 .452 S 50 .444 35 .633 42 .558 7% 43 352 48 .515 11V4 53 .459 17 .355 26'A WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS San D'ego 100 301 I t 1 Chicago 000203 1 Kirby Caldwell fit, and Cor- rales; Jenkins Locker and Hundley. HRs: Rob- erts, (2) New York 031 000 053-12 IS 1 Atlanta ON 200 251 Seaver (10-5) and Hodges; Harrison Leon House Freeman Panther (8) and Casanova. HRs: (2) Milner Los Angeles 000011 000-1 7 0 Pittsburgh Oil Ml 370 John RIchert (7) and Fergu- son; Ellis Glustt (9) and San. guillen. HRs: Star- (27) Philadelphia Ml 1 t 1 Cincinnati 000 005 700 Carlton Wallace Brandon <8i and Soone, Hall Carroll (9) and Bench. HRs: Cin-Kcsco Montreal 000 Oil 000 J 1 Houston 109 000 100 50 Rogers, Marshall (9) and Stin- son; Reuss Uoshsw (1-3) Plrar- ro no) and Edwards, Jutze HRs: BrmeJni San Francisco 022002 14 St. Loolj 000 000 7 1 Bryant Sesa (8) and Rader; Wise (11 M. Hrabcnky (6X Peng