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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE UTHBRIDGE HERAID Tuesday, July si, 1970 Thoroughbreds Kick Off Wlioop-U p Action Kipling Opens With Four Victories By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Writer Chalk up day number one of Up Days as Gerry Kip- liiig Day. Before an opening day crowd of some southern Alberta bettors Kipling the show with foui' wins in the eight-race card. It was, to say the least, a his- tory making performance as horse racing, of the thorough- bred variety, has never been staged with the exhibition and stampede in Lcthbridge. It was a first for Lethbridge and a day Kipling will long re- member. Kipling got off on the right foot in the first race and miss- ed riding in the money hi only the third race. His biggest win of the day came hi tlie featured seventh race, the High Society Handi- mp as ho rode Croft Lake to victory in record time. Owncc and trained by Matt Lytle o Santa Rita, Montana, Croft Lake covered the seven furlongs in one minute 25 and two fifths seconds and knocked two fifths of a second' from the old record set in 1966 by Hare Photo. A QUICK CHECK OF THE TOTE BOARD UPON FINISHING Ottaiva Loses Fourth Straight Game Stampeders Roll Past Ti-Cats CALGARY (CP) A pmve ful passing attack under th direction of rookie Lary Lawr ence and Veteran Jerry Keelin carried Calgary Stampeders a 29-20 win over Hamilton T ger-Cals in a Canadian Footba League exhibition game Mon day night. The victory before fan, gave the Stampeders an undi feated record of three wins an a tie in pre-season games. The Tiger-Cats, with a victor) and two defeats, play their fina exhibition contest Thursday i Hamilton against Ottawa Houg Eiders. Lawrence, from the university of Iowa and expected to be the Stampeders' backup quarter back, threw touchdown passes to Gerry Shaw, a seven-yarre-season game. Aloueltes have won two and tied another .n their exhibition series. Wade completed 13 of 26 pass attempts for 235 yards. Evan- shen caught three passes for 121 Wood threw 39 times and completed 14 for 238 yards. Flanker Billy Cooper caught our for 75 yards. The rain-soaked field was a u n n e r's nightmare. Ottawa managed only 79 yards on the ground while Alouettes were teld to 30. Ottawa fullback Jim Mankins arried 11 times for 30 yards, lach quarterback had two in- erceptions. MacMillan missed all three of is field goal attempts while Guindon was good on two of i four tries. I Alouettes were penalized 20 I Croft Lake paid to win, 4.30 to place and a show ticket was worth 3.50. Kipling guided Magna Ed to victory in the first and com- bined with Flume in the second for a daily double, 81 bet- tors held a ticket on the dou- ble combination. Irish Colonel, with Elijah Bourne in the saddle and Bern- gale, ridden by Norm Jewell, paid 28 bettors for tho exactor. Kipling shared in the quinel- la spotlight as he rode Timid Tammy to victory in the eighth race. Timid Tammy was follow- ed by Two Cents, ridden by Bob Lewis and (lie combination paid to 121 ticket holders It was Quiet Ride in the fourth that gave Kipling his oth- er sin. All told, besides his four firsts, Kipling earned a third finish in two other races. Barbara Suitor, the pert young gal who last year re- ceived her jockey licence, romped home a winner in the sixth 1'ace aboard Mackrel Sky. She also had a second on Pleas- ant Hour in the seventh. Bright skies and beautiful weather saw the bettors push through the turnstiles. AT THE TRACK -Crowds hard to figure as people come and go continually A few wrinkles have to be ironed out first day jitters saw the pace slow for an eight-race card A couple of jockeys were thrown from their, mounts nothing bruised but their prida The young man. looking after tlie........ field fell to a poor start" just little things that are bound to be for- gotten as the week goes by RESULTS MONDAY i young man.looking tote board in the in- through it to get off J p r. J..-1 1Ii.il.. 'x FlrsI claiming, 3 year olds and up, 5 furlongs Magna Ed (Kipling) 3.90 5.90 4.1 Gemelo Jig (Leonard) 8.70 12.20, Tim Delight (Jewell) 2.80. Time 4-5 Hurry Hally, SqUHrenader, Call Sonny also ran. Second claiming, 3 year nlds and u 5 furlongs Flume (Bourne) 4.00 2.90 2.30, Bin lact (Leonard) 4.70 3.70, Flo Qull (Kipling) 2.60. Time: 2-5 Eternal K, Wagon Boss. TRACK SCRATCH: War Doctor. DOUBLE: TMrtf allowance, 3 year olds, 7 fu longs Willow Lee (Leonard) 15.60 3.40, Sislcr Beck (Lewis) 4.70 3.20, Phi (Jewell) 3.30. Time: 2-5 Ned's Hood, Fiery Doll, Pellfa Bi also ran. TRACK SCRATCH: Ras Of Gold. Fourth 5500 claiming, 3 year olds and up Quiet Ride (Kipling) 9.00 5.60 3.90 Some Class (Jewell) 5.50 4.30, Tin Pa 2.80. Time: Genoa, Hitipper, Dusking, Park So- ciety, Meo Class also ran. Fifth claiming, 3 year olds and up S furlongs Irish Colonel (Bourne) 10.10 4.00 2.50 Berngale (Jewell) 4.40 3.20, Wfl "ruce (Kipling) 2.90. Time: 59 1-5 China Maori, Raging Round, Ticke Jipper also ran. EXACTOR 547.30 Sixth claiming, 3 year olds and up furlongs Mackrel Sky (Suitor) 6.20 3.70 2.50 Acre Regards (Haynes) 3.90 2.90, Ne ;el's Choice (Wiseman) 3.30. Time: 59 4-5 Owner's Event, Canal Pat also ran, Seventh claiming, 3 year olds and up, furlongs Croft Lake (Kipling) 10.50 4.30 3.50, leasnnt Hour (Suilor) 4.70 3.30, Caria [at (Lewis) 3.00. Time: 1 Miss You, Flrellne, Esprlt's Son Iso ran. Eighth claiming, 3 year olds and up, furlongs Timid Tammy (Kipling) 9.70 3.30 30, Two Cents (Lewis) 2.10, lue Sleeves (Hanson) 2.30. Time: Woddah, Mahmoud Miss, Travel alk Flying Dasher also ran. UINELLA GERRY KIPLING AS HE WINS AGAIN High Scores, Poor Placing At Bisley By JOHN LcBLANC BISLEY, England (CP) Ca- a total of 132 yards. Ki- ders were penalized 10 times for 80 yards. 4NTA RHYMISS I5H INTEREST NGRY SEA URRY HALLY LOQUILLO SPRIT'S SON LACK SURT 0 LA CYLLENE Iso Eligible: Wilson Radlva EVENTH Claiming for four year olds and upward 1 .MII.E I RIPLB BANNER 117 picked an easy spot i Gty Team Clobbered Tho Dunlop Ford crew cloh- Lowther picked the iBLE in surnrise....... YSLO 10? i'; liahl 1GHTII RACE Claiming for vc'nr nlds and upward win for the Dunlop club'while riVK KUKLONGS Bob Byrne suffered the loss. ttV 'his winncr I Dunlop wtting attack 111 IS Kwm a homc ICTOR'S CHAMP 117 Not without cnance BEAU 122 In anri outer ERNABAX Not with this bunch HINA MOON 11? Dissapointed in first out ratched: Plus (Wnner Monday, agna Ed (Winner Kim's elight POST TIMK: '2 P.M. BEST BKT: Triple Banner LONGSHOT; Dr. Page run, two doubles and a single. the cause high scores at the National Rifle Association meet, but not doing correspondingly well in the placings this year because of an unexpected surge of tough com- petition. Observers say the general standard of shooting is so high that it is more difficult to get a good ranking than at any time in the last 20 years. A couple of fine shots on the Dominion of Canada Rifle Asso- ciation team ran up against this obstacle in scores compiled Monday. Doug Fraser. 32-year-old To- ronto native serving with the RCAF in Ottawa, shot 147 in a series called the dementi SVnith aggregate over several events. This was one better than last year's winning score, but Fra- Bob Pcpin aided with a home run. Other hitters for the winners were Garth Larson. John Low- ther. Peter Ziibcrsky, nnd Rol: Sloan all poking out three j gregate competition but Up in 4Slh BAndR League Champs The final league games in th Country Club League were play ed last evening with the B am Men's Wear team carting home the first place spot. Finishing the league with 10! points B and R led the second >lace Packers by 13 points whi ended with 95 points. CHEC ended the season in third spo with 90 points while Beny's anc Atlas finished a close fourth with 89 points. John Mldes finished his son off well by picking up both he low gross and the low nel wnors. He scored a 39 for low gross and a 32 for low net. The Lethbridge Office Furni- ure crew took home the low earn net with a 148 score anc hooting for. this team were; Cecil Holmes, Steve Dubetz. Murray McKay and Stan Wor- Meanwhile in the Lakeside Golf League Safeways still eads the pack with 110 points. Valkers shot into sole position f second 103 points while Pah- Ije and Flemings are tied for lifd spot each 'with 100 points Last evening Garry Jones of Flemings took homo thn low ross honors with a 36 score Jim Dundas of Owens icked up the low net score with a 30. The foursome of B. Williams,