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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Boggs opens second half of race meet with wins. Jockey Howard Boggs open- ed the second half of the 1974 Whoop-Up Downs Race Meet schedule in the right direction by scoring three victories at Whoop-Up Downs Thursday afternoon. who had completed the first three days of the six- day race meet with just two five seconds and four third place broke loose in the fourth day of ac- tion and placed in the money five out of the seven races. After finishing out of the money in the opening Boggs came back to win the third and seventh races while placing runner-up in the fourth and featured sixth race. Jockey Elijah Bourne con- tinued his torrid pace in the annual event as he racked up his eleventh victory while adding a second place finish along with three thirds. His only victory came in the featured sixth race as he guid- ed Canels Pride to a five- furlong win in 58.4 seconds. Boggs on top of Mister Bewitched gave Bourne and his mount a run for their money but fell a half-length short of the win and the Pic- ture Butte Feeds Limited blanket. Canels Pride is owned by Brent Jensen of Raymond. Meanwhile jockeys Jim Betty Dunham and Al Jeffries fared well in the six- day meet. Woods picked up first place finishes in the first and fourth races while Dunham recorded a pair of seconds and the like number of thirds. FIRST 3. 5 year old maidens. 7 furlongs. Two Golds 31.30 14.00 6.20. Muy Malo 5.10 Gallant Sis 3.60. 4-5. Majestic Rule. Silent Ned and Baby Prize also ran. S76.50. SECOND 4 year olds and up. 5 furlongs. Who's Laughing 4.80 3.50 2.50. Brilliant Request 4.60 Wee Tosca 2.40. 1-5. Lustrous Hillcrest Lucky Von and Johnny Red also ran. THIRD claiming. 3 year olds and up. 5 furlongs. Flying Exit 5.30 2.60 2.50. Reserved Speed 2.90 2.50. Bella County 2.80. 2-5. Ferment and Lynn Rock's Pebble also ran. S6.40. FOURTH 3 year olds snd 5 furlongs. Exigent 9.00 4.60 Tiny's King 4.40 3.70. Mr. Rideabout 2.80. War Bright Flight. J Bs Girl and Twilight Mood also ran. Track Carevent. FIFTH 3 year olds and 5 furlongs. Western Runner 12.20 6.50 Denver Spread 3.80 3.30. Mint Green 4.50. 1-5. Symbaoe. Wild Tommy Two College Count and John Bristol also ran. SIXTH 3 year olds and 5 Canels Pride 5.50 3.80 Mister Bewitched 4.20 2.90. Croft Lake 3.20. Night Joanie Pie and Some Talk also ran. SEVENTH purse. 3 year olds and 3 furlongs. Exceptabull 4.40 2.80 Twenty Jets 4.90 2.60. Kum Kum 2.60. Alberta Threatnin Jet. Big Bout also ran. Track Speedy Kim. The LARGEST ASSORTMENT of imported styles in LETHBRIDGE EDMONTON Race results at Northlands Park FIRST 2 year Swoon For Peace 28.60 11.90 Troubled Queen 12.60 Blue Electra 10.50. Brilliant Evers Arctic. Quizville. Aler Whistling Fred. Kalahanie Wizard also ran.. SECOND 2 year 3Vi furlongs. Queens Are High 10.10 4.20 Peanut Snapper 3.30 3.50. Diamond El 5.60. Wee Dorty. Papan's War Times Love To Fleet Murphy's Special also ran. DAILY THIRD 3 year 6 furlongs. Hijo Toke 6.40 2.90 Second Table 2.50 2.50. Cleo Knows 3.50. Chanson Du Regal Midnight Soon Magic Mr. Ophiree also ran. S5.90. FOURTH claiming. 3 year 6 furlongs. Steve's Ego 19.10 8.50 County's Choice 5.80 Sawridge Boy 3.40. Blue Over Your Old Cudge. Gary's Frozen Planet. Cool Venture also ran. Track O'Bibi Asset. FIFTH claiming. 4 year olds and 6 furlongs. Pleasant Mistress 5.70 5.50 Whataruler 6.80 Lady Peep 3.50. Porque Si. Mary's Green Tis Joy's Premjum also ran. I90.M SIXTH 4 year olds and 6 Overzealous 12.40 5.60 Klondike Charm 4.10 Skinny Dipper 3.90. Dark Coal Dust also ran. SEVENTH allowance. 3 year 6 furlongs. Prince Miche 4.80 2.80 Miss Norge 2.90 2.90. King Waltzer 5.40. Morning War Version. Phan- tom Gold Costume also ran. EIGHTH 3 year 1 mile. To Say Girl 12.70 5.10 Hadahoney 3.90 3.80. Dainty Damsel 5.40. Mrs. Malaprop. Silver Madam Pride also ran. Whoop-up Downs Selections FIRST For 3 and 4 Majestic Rule.................115 Thirteen of Noralta Midge 115 Baby Prize 108 Famous Panorco.............. 115 Missile Magic................. 119 Miss Galena Bay.............. 114 old FIVE FURLONGS Hit last chance to be a winner Should be dote Good enough lor thow Improvement needsd Is a bashful sort Not from a running family Could surprise A long shot SECOND For 3 yr. and SEVEN FURLONGS The one to beat Rarely runt bad Could like the board Not with these Some good efforts no Who's Laughing 119 Shuswap Sam................119 Roly Minx....................119 Exigent....................... 122 Win N'Grin Lustrous Fleet 119 Wee Tosca 119 Surprise winner Speed's Beauty............... 116 Not in best form THIRD For 3 yr. olds and FIVE FURLONGS Speed in the rail running well Outaide post hurts Wynscope....................119 Haydn's Doll..................109 Famous Terry ................119 Campus Faith 122 Ferment...................... 119 Kum Kum 122 Tiny's King 122 Pilgrim Maid.................. 117 Watch out for this one Too much to overcome Ran Thursday Not in best form In a little tough FOURTH For 3 yr. and SEVEN FURLONGS Has been running well Fast closer Has speed Improvement needed John Bristol..................124 War Tramp...................121 Bella County .................111 Shady Request 116 College Count 124 Not in best form Twilight Mood 124 Chance for a slice Nipawin 121 Would be surprise Tommy Two Bits.............. 116 The long shot FIFTH For 4 yr. olds and 1 MILE Last start impressive May catch them all Always close Closes well Big Bambi ...................119 Tickle Your Fancy............114 Brilliant Request..............121 Grinner 114 Expanding...................122 Arts Shadow.................. 121 Where You Go................ 119 Recent winner With tougher bunch The long shot SIXTH RACE-S200. For 3 yr. old maidens FIVE FURLONGS Should beat thane Good enough lor place Could surprise Has stable blue Kentucky Astro...............119 Silent Ned ...................114 Light the Town...............109 Quaintly Blue................. 109 Famous Rinorco 119 Quick And Bow............... 119 Two Penny Mist 116 Sato's Winnie................. 114 Miss Aronica 115 Improvement needed Unknown Not likely Slim chance Outside win nun SEVENTH For 3 yr. and FIVE FURLONGS Recent winner Might go all the way Good enough for show Possibly 3rd A long shot Needed last start Not very consistent A contender Acrobat Boy..................117 Payday Pat...................107 Chino Son God...............121 Duel Fair..................... 121 Let's Rehearse................ 115 Miss Star Speed.............. 116 Robbins Ranger 119 Short Lu 115 EIGHTH For 3 yr. olds and upward SEVEN FURLONGS Should be tough could be short Could return to form Consistent sort Will be closing fast With tougher field Jans Sharon.................. 122 Ky Winner....................118 Some Talk ...................115 Joanie Pie.................... 114 Quilation 112 Marls Pass 115 Next Shorter.................110 In a little tough NINTH For 3 yr. olds and 1 MILE Returning to form Improved last Mart Could catch them all Would be a surprise Has slipped a little Speed Setyourslghts.................121 Mister Bountiful ..............121 Swishaway ...................118 Hillcrest Red.................. 121 Male's Image................. 121 Baron Beren.................. 119 SCRATCH TIME A.M. POST TIME P.M. BEST BET OF THE JOHN BRISTOL-4th Race LONG SHOT WITH A SHORT LU-7th Race THESE V KIDS 0 MINE ANX THEIR MATES ARE ME DING-PONG.' QUICK THE SECRET OP IS 10 SEND 'EM OVER1D WUR NEIGHBOUR'S lOUSe BEFORE 'E CAN SEND 75 OVER TO SURPRISED AT ARTHUR. YOU SHOULD KNOW THE PRILL SY Panasiuk rips registers nine birdies CALGARY Defending champion Bob Panasiuk of led an assault on par Thursday by firing a record 64 for a two- stroke lead in the first round of the 1974 Canadian Professional Golfers' Associ- ation championship. The 32-year-old player col- lected six birdies on the front- nine and three on the second during his tour of the tightly- par-71 course. drove said Pan- Canada's golfer of the year in 1973. His performance erased a course record of 65 set in 1966 by Wilf Homenuik of Winnipeg and matched Wednesday by Ben Kern of in a pro-amateur tournament. Panasiuk achieved his per- formance with the help of only one sizeable I got a few breaks and shots from the fairway 'and from a couple of Panasiuk was one of 25 to break par during the windless day as temperatures reached the high 70s. Another nine matched par. Short sport TAKE TENNIS TITLES SAINT N.B. Janyce of Moncton captured the girls' 14 and un- der singles title Thursday in the New Brunswick junior open tennis championships. She defeated third-seeded Lisa Charlottetown 6-3. Top seed Steve of Ot- tawa won the boys' 12 and un- der singles title by downing Don Godin of Bathurst 6-1 in the final WIN'S ALBERTA TITLE RED DEER Betty Cole of Edmonton won the Al- berta women's golf champion- ship for the 10th time when she eagled the par 425-yard 18th hole at the Red Deer Golf and Country Club Thursday. Miss Cole trailed the defending champion Barbara Home of by one stroke heading into the final hole of a 54-hole tournament. BOUT DATE SET LOS ANGELES -The Bobby Chacon-Alfredo Mar- cano World Boxing Council featherweight championship will be held Sept. 7 at the Olympic promoter Aileen Eaton an- nounced Thursday. The 15- round bout had been set for Aug. but Chacon suffered strained ligaments in his right hand July 7. U.S. YACHT WINS England The American yacht skippered by Al won the opening race of the international One Ton Cup series by a wide margin Thursday. She finish- ed the 27-mile course four 40 seconds ahead of the second American Magic Twanger. Golden Apple of Ireland was third. EAGLES BUY POLAND N.Y. Syracuse Eagles of the Ameri- can Hockey League announc- ed Thursday the purchase of veteran defenceman Nick Polano from New York Rangers. Polano will be starting his 15th year in pro hockey this fall.The purchase of the 190-pound Polano was part of an earlier arrangement made with the National Hockey League Rangers. O'SHEA RETURNS ST. Minn. Minnesota Fighting Saints of the World Hockey League an- nounced the signing Thursday of Danny a five-year veteran of the National Hockey League who sat out last season. a played three seasons with Minnesota North Stars and then with Chicago Black Hawks and St. Louis Blues. He was released by the Blues prior to last season. ANNOUNCE TOURNAMENT ATLANTA The Ladies Professional Golf Association announced Thurs- day the introduction of a 36- hole triple crown cham- pionship tournament with a first prize of to be held Jan. in Miami. An LPGA spokesman said the top nine points winners in three major 1974 tourneys would participate in next year's two- round event. Bantam final Lethbridge Sansei will host Medicine Hat in the Southern Bantam Z one Baseball final at Dave Elton Park Sunday at p.m. The Medicine Hat club defeated Calgary last weekend to advance to the final against Sansei. Club pro Bill Quilley said the high scores would not con- tinue in today's second round of the tournament. pin placements were as easy as they can I guess. be tougher the rest of the way. We have to find out who can play this game and who who has won the last two CPGA cham- led John Morgan of Victoria and Al Kennedy of by two with four others another shot back at four under par. Morgan told reporters he achieved his round of 35-31 de- spile a feeling of weariness feels like a former Quebec tied Panasiuk for the lead after nine holes. Dan Halldorson of joined Bob Hogarth of He and Ontario golfers Dave Garner of Woodbridge and Bill Tape of Kitchener three shots behind Panasiuk. Herb Holzscheiter of was alone at with former CPGA champions Moe Norman of Bobby Cox of B.C. and Wilf Homenuik of Win- 69. Homenuik used the back nine for a 32 to establish his as did Al who struggled to a first-round 73 that would have been worse except for an eagle and a bir- die on the last two holes. couldn't get the club back far said who has won four CPGA titles. course was playing so easy that I only wish I had been driving the ball the way I used to. Finn from White joined a group of eight at one-under-par 70. He had a 33 on the back nine but sagged to 37 coming home. Panasiuk said of his is the ninth round in a row that I have led this tournament. I only hope I can still be leading after 12 Kern had his troubles in the early stages Thursday. He set- tled for a 70 after an erratic 37 on the front nine. Ed professional at the Country Club in carded nines of 41-37 for a 78 while Earl Fran- cis of Henderson Lake was in at 82 with 42-40. Perry John sidelined THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Cleveland has learned to hold its beer. But Gaylord the toast of the can't get rid of his Oakland hangover. Almost every time Perry faces the world champion he winds up with an ache in his loss column. The A's beat the right- hander Thursday for the 10th time in 12 lifetime decisions as the Indians lost 3-2 on 10- cent beer night. Elsewhere in the American New York Yankees outslugged Kansas City Royals Texas Rangers nipped Boston Red Sox and Detroit Tigers beat Minnesota Twins 5-3. The last time they held a beer night in June some of the fans carried their party onto the field and the umpires forfeited the game to Texas Rangers. The fans caused no problems Thursday night. HUNTER WINS AGAIN Jim 14-8. tossed a six-hitter en route to his sixth straight triumph. Sal Bando's run-scoring single in the sixth was the margin of victory. Ferguson who won 20 games in six consecutive seasons while pitching for the Chicago has got his sights set on another 20- victory season. think I can win 20 games this the native said after pinning down No. 12 while giving up eight hits to the Red Sox. got 16 or 17 more starts. It's com- ing Los Angeles leaders in the National League found out Thurs- day night they may have lost one of their best pitching arms going into a frenetic pennant chase. But they gave themselves a shot in the arm by beating Montreal Expos 7-5 to get a bit more breathing room. In other National League baseball Philadelphia Phillies beat San Diego Padres Cincinnati Reds slipped 6Vz games back of Los Angeles Dodgers by losing to Chicago Cubs Pittsburgh Pirates silenced Atlanta Braves 4-0 and Houston Astros belted St. Louis Carinals 8-3. New York Mets and San Fran- cisco Giants were idle. Tommy at 13-3 the winningest pitcher in the league this is going on the 21-day disabled the Dodgers said. And the rup- tured ligament in his left elbow might knock the ace left-hander out for the rest of the especially if he needs surgery. John was hurt in Wednesday night's loss to Montreal. CALL UP HUDSON With a left arm Los Angeles officials said they were calling up right-hander Rex Hudson from Albuquer- que. Hudson has a 13-3 record. Andy Messersmith kept the Dodgers rolling with a seven- hit. 10-strikeout performance against the a perform- ance he wasn't too happy with. pitched the righthander said after raising his record to 11-2. was just lucky the guys .got a lot oi runs. Mike Schmidt put a Bill Grief pitch-deep into the left field a three-run tie- breaking homer that capped a five-run eighth inning and led Philadelphia past the Padres. Oscar Zamora helped Bill Bonham helped himself in the Cubs' squeaker over Cincinnati. Golf league LAKESIDE GOLF Low net Jim Reay. Herald 30. Low gross Jim Reay. Herald 34. Low team net Sugar Beeters. J. F. Turner. G. Laurie. R. Becker 143. STANDINGS Jubilee.........................96 Flemings .......................92 Fraches.........................89 Singers ........................87 Ace............................87 CHEC..........................85 Parsons........................79 Pahulje.........................79 CJOC.........................76 Dorigatli........................75 Imperial Life....................73 Union 76 .......................72 Herlad........................70 Sugar Beeters.................69 House of Lethbridge ............67 Walkers........................64 A W .........................50 Owens.........................49 IW SHOOTERS W TsnoRpROARnr SCOREBOARD Congratulations to BEN SCHMIDT who won the Sharpshooter Three Position Canadian Championship in Quebec a week ago. Ben also placed 5th in the Dominion in the Master Class prone competition. Ben is a young just breaking into and we can look forward in the years to come to some able representation at the Domi- nion and International level. A reminder of the eliminations for the Alberta Summer for and hunting rifles of less than 9 pounds and 6X scopes to be held on Sunday at the Fish and Game range. The word Alberta has purposely been underlined to emphasize thai these trials are not to be confused with eliminations for the Southern Alberta Summer Games which have already taken place. Also note that this is to select a team from Southern and not just Lethbridge. Many of our top shooters are not eligible because they have participated in Dominion so it is hoped that those who are thus not in- eligible will compete. We understand that BILL PETERSON of Claresholm broke a perfect 100 straight at the Dominion Trap shoot in Vancouver to win the Class singles Championship. BLAIR McNEELY of Bow Island scored 39 to win the Class and was leading for the High Overall until the very last event. This was indeed splendid shooting un- der difficult Another Bow Islander. DARREL broke 197 out of 200 to win the Provincial Class B Championship at Calgary. Former Lethbridge resident. JIM MACLEAN took the Doubles Championship with a score of 92 x 100. At Pincher Creek the 4th Annual Trophy Shoot of the Oldman River Gun Club went off without a hitch under perfect weather conditions last Sunday. A full report on the scores has already been but we would like to comment on the fine shooting of Jack Appelby from Pincher who can make the finicky Black Powder rifles perform. Presi- dent Ron Babin and his officials ran a fine much enjoyed by all. PLAINSMAN SPORTS WESTERN CANADA'S LEADING SUP- PLIER OF QUALITY TARGET EQUIPMENT. RELOADING LIGHTWEIGHT CAMP- ING AND ALPINE GEAR. COMPLETE GUNSMITHINO SERVICE. HI 3M-7th SI. S. ALTA. 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