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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, July 23, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 RACE r FRIDAY'S SELECTIONS FIRST RACE Claiming for four year olds and upward SEVEN FURLONGS PANCAKE'S SIS 11! Should be there PLUCKY MENU 122 Breeding runs well TRUE TRUST.................... II' Will gel part M'LORD 117 Should gel close BERNGALE 112 May do beller MIKE'S DOO 122 Leaving this one out HI TIPPER "2 Not today SECOND RACE Claiming for four year olds and lip SEVEN FUKLONGS CARELESS RULER 1" Looks good here KRI5KET 11? Right there FIRE LINE 11? Due lor better race here TYPICAL BLUE 122 Has sliot WILD BRUCE 117 Jockey could move up FLOQUILLO 107 Running Wednesday THIKD RACE Allowance for three year olds SEVEN FURLONGS WILLOW LEE T2 Stand out TIZ A1IBHAI 1" Will go the distance NIPPERETTE Figures with These GAY STITCH 112 Close to olhars EVA DOBBIN "7 May show something here FOURTH RACE Allowance for two year old maidens FIVE FURLONGS MISS MISTY ALIBY MURRAK ALBERTA DUSTER FLASH CHAMP FIFTH RACE 114 Gets the call 117 Good apprentice rider 111 May get [ob done 117 Maybe 112 No consideration Claiming three year old and up FIVE FURLONGS MAGIC EVE "2 Shows edge here Winner before Won for tag May be looking for upset Give consideration In with toughies STARSNIP 20 FLUME 10' SPOT O SCOTCH "5 IRISH COLONEL FREDDIE JOE 117 THUNDER CHIEF................ 1W SIXTH HACK Claiming for four year old and np 1 MILE RULLTRUMS BOY 1" Outsider with good chance HURRY HALLY m FAMOUS BAYBOY 11? Will make them run for It IRON TONY 117 Always strong RYSLO 112 Outside post may not bother here MAGIC 1" MW surprise with better SEVENTH RACE SSOO Claiming for three year old and up SEVEN FURLONGS HIGH INTEREST................. 117 Will run TIMID TAMMY FINE KID TRIPLE BANNER GRANDE BADGE MISTIC MISER ESPRIT'S SON ESPALIER'S SON WILSON RADIVA..... May not be so timid 112 Will make the board 117 Is capable 112 Will make bid 113 Has run some bad ones 117 Not without possibility 117 Watch 112 On the also's POST TIME: 2 P.M. BEST BET Willow Lee LongShot in Fifth Irish Colonel Race Results Results from Whoop-Up Downs nesday: First SSOO, claiming, 3-year-olds, 5 furlongs Grande Badge (Kipling) 8.30 3.80 2.90, Banquet Knight (Hanson) S.rjfl 3.30, HI Tipper (Suitor) 3.50. time: 4-5 Irish Way, Savagt Warrior, Nipper- also, ran. Second ISW, claiming, 3-year-olds, 5 furlongs Novatete (Kipling) 8.20 5.30 4.00, Sa- Diver (Jackson? 8.80 4.10, Already Chlftf (Leonard) 3.10. Time: 4-5 Christopher Bean, Neo Class, Requtl- lo. Alma's Picture, Gift Buy also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: Stampeders Release Four Players CALGARY (CP) Calgary Stampeders of the Western Football Conference Wednesday released four players, including offensive halfback Sam Gipson who caught a 77-yard pass against Hamilton Tiger-Cats Monday night. Gipson, from Weber State College in Ogden, Utah, re- ceived the pass from rookie quarterback Larry Lawrence. Gipson collected 19 yards on three rushing attempts in the Canadian Football League exhibition game. Other Calgary players re- leased were offensive tackle Tuffuli Uperesa of the Univer- sity of Montana, guard or de- fensive end Mike Becklund of Utah State and Rich Trautwein, offensive guard or defensive end, from University of Wyom- ing. The Stampeders, with 43 players still in camp, heed to cut 11 more to reach the CFL player-limit of 32. Third S500, claiming. 3-year-olds, 5 furlongs Liberty Park (Cuthbertson) 4.00 2.70 2.40, Tiny Tfrn (Hanson) 3.70 2.90, Laby's Son (Jackson) 2.90. Time: 2-5 Handsome Champ, .Naughty Imp also ran. Fourth SSOO, claiming, 3-year-old miidens, 5 furlonas Jumping Giant (Jewell) 3.BO 2.20, Fiery Doll (Bourne) 3.40 2.30, Dr. Page (Leonard) 2.30. Time. 3-5 Flag's Best, Bel also ran. Fifth claiming; 3-year-olds and up, 5 furlongs Typical Blue (Wiseman) 7.60 4.90 4.90 Vondonna (Leonard) 4.00 3.60, Corral Dust (Hanson) 7.00. Time: 3-5 Handsome Nero, Miss Thara, Espa. ller's Son, Jerlkel also ran. EXACTOR: Sixth SSOO, claiming, 3-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs Flouuillo (Kipling) 10.90 5.10 3.70, An- gry Sea (Jackson) 5.20 4.70, Black Burt (Leonard) 3.90. Time: 2-5 So La Cyllene, Santa Thymlss, Es- prlt's Son, High interest and Hurry Hally also ran. Sivtnln claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 1 1-16 miles Ryslo (Wiseman) 4.JO 2.80 3.50, Sa- ble Hero (Hansen) 4.SO 2.60, Two Cents (Bear) 2.70. Time: 5-5 Call Me Nell, Triple Banner, Bernt- gale also ran. Eighth 5500, claiming, 3-year-olds and up, 5 furlongs Brae Loch (Kipling) 3.BO 3.70, Sandy Beau (Jackson) 7.10 3.BO, Fred- dy Joe (Leonard) 3.90. Time: China Moon, Canel Pat, der, Victor's Champ, Burnabay also QUINELLA: Undefeated CHICAGO (AP) World ban- tamweight champion Ruben Oti- vares of Mexico City, boasting 54 knockouts in his brilliant car- -eer, had to extend himself to score a unanimous 10-round de- cision over Japan's unranked Shuji Chiyoda in a nontitle bout Wednesday night. Four Victories Again Wednesday Kipling Must Enjoy Winning Uy PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Writer Gerry Kipling is fast turning the Whoop-Up Days race meet into a one-man show. For the second lime in three days the young jockey rode four winners in an eight-race card. Kipling got off to a flying start Monday as the first ever race meet was held in conjunc- tion with Whoop-Up Days as he crossed the finish line a winner four times. Tuesday he rode a pair of winners and then turned the four-win trick Wednesday before the best crowd of the KIPLING MAKES HIS MOVE IN THE STRETCH Both Clubs Finish At 2-2 Esks Surprise Roughies EDMONTON (CP) Edmon- ton Eskimos, with superb field goal kicking by Dave Cutler and. excellent pass receiving by Tom Nettles, upset Saskatchewan Roughriders 25-21 in a Western Football Conference exhibition game Wednesday night. Cutler, a Ca.nadian from Simon Fraser University, kicked four field goals, includ- ing a 57-yarder in the final quarter. The Canadian football League record is 58 yards, held by Bill Mitchell who also was an Eskimo. Cutler's other kicks were from 50, 46 and 39 yards. Nettles caught 10 passes for 131 yards, including too for touchdowns. His first was on a three-yarder from Don Trull and his second on a 14-yard pass from Trull. Most of his gains were in key yardage situations. The other Eskimo point was a convert by Cutler. His other at- tempt was blocked. The Roughriders, using Ron Lancaster, Terry Southall and Don Weiss at quarterback, got eight points from Jack Abend- schan who kicked field goals of 24 and 18 yards and converted touchdowns by Lancaster and Bobby Thompson. Alan Ford kicked a 61 yard single. START FAST The Roughriders started ths game as though they would run up a big win against the Eski- mos who were trounced last week 47-7 by Toronto Argonauts. The game ended the exhibi- ion schedules for both teams. Both have 2-2 records. Abendschan opened the scor- ing with his 24-yar'd field goal a little more than six minutes into the game. Edmonton took over, but on the third play from scrimmage starting quarterback Rusty Clark fumbled and it was re- covered on the Eskimo 27 by Saskatchewan. The Riders drove to the Edmonton six where they had a third-and-goal situation. Abendschan lined up for a field goal, but Lancaster, who holds for him, ran 12 yards for the score. Edmonton then took over with Clark calling nine consecutive passing plays. The result was a 39-yard field goal by Cutler, who added two more field goals in the second quarter while Ford kicked his single. At halftime, the Riders led 11-9. In the third quarter, Abend- schan put the Roughriders fur- ther ahead with an 18-yard field goal, but Nettles edged the Es- kimos ahead with his three-yard touchdown.' That lasted less than a minute. John Pleasant returned the Mcfcoff 67 yards to the Edmon- ton 37 and on the first play from scrimmage, Wiess handed off to Thompson on a draw and be went in for the score. Edmonton got 10 points in last quarter on Nettles' second touchdown and Cutler's 57-yard kick. Gurney Leaves McLaren Team EDMONTON (CP) Dan Gurney, points leader in ths Ca- nadian-American Challenge Cup road-racing series this year, has been forced to leave the Mc- Laren team because of conflict- ing contracts, it was announced today. Gurney, of Costa Mesa, Calif., joined the McLaren team after Bruce McLaren was killed test- ing a new car at Goodwood in England June 8. The American won the first two of the 1970 11-race series which has prize money totalling nearly Team-mate Denis Hulme of New Zealand won the third race two weeks ago at Watkins Glen, N.Y., the 16th consecutive victory for the McLaren team. A spokesman for Edmonton International Speedway, where the fourth race is to be held Sunday, said Gurney had a con- tract with Castrol Oil Ltd. whils the McLaren team had one with Gulf Oil Lid. The spokesman said the con- flict of interest forced Gurney to leave McLaren. No successor to Gurney had been named but it was specu- lated Peter Gothhi, 30, of Eng- land would get the ride. Gathin won the 1969 Formula 5000 title, Europe's version of North America's Formula A series, and is the points leader in the 1970 series. With Gurney out of the way for the Edmonton race the Mc- Laren team's domination of the Can-Am of the last 25 be ended. Orioles Gain More Breathijig Room Thanks To Tivins Perranoski Delivers Relief Goods Again By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Reliever Ron Perranoski, the veteran southpaw, picked up his 24th save of the season Wednes- day night, nailing the last four Detroit Tigers batters and pres- erving Jim Pfirry's 15th victory of the season as the Minnesota Twins edged the Tigers 2-1. Perry's record of 15 wins is tops in the American League. Baltimore Orioles streaked to their 19th consecutive victory over the Kansas City Royals, a triumph. The Twins lead over Califor- nia in the West Division, and the Orioles edge over the Tigers in the East increased to five games. Elsewhere, Boston Red Sox swept a day-night twinbill from the California Angels, 7-4, and 8-3, Oakland Athletics edged Washington Senators 4-3, Mil- waukee Brewers topped York Yankees 4-1 and Cleveland Indians belted Chicago White Sox 6-2. "Ron came in and did the said Twins' manager Bill Rigney. "Perry, Perranoski and Killebrew, that's an act I'd like to have for three or four more he added. Perry, 15-7, pitched five per- fect innings and allowed only two hits before Perranoski came lo the rescue in the eighth with one Detroit run in and the tying run on second with two out. The left-hander got Jim Price on a grounder and retired the Tigers in order in the ninth. Loser was Mickey Lolich, 9- 11. The Orioles kept their string alive when pinch-hitter Chico Salmon drove in ths winning New run with a two-out infield hit in the 13th inning. Baltimore dropped its first and last game to the two-year old expansion club on May 9, 1969. Meanwhile in the National Lcgaue Bruce (Dal) Canton :ame through with a key relief job for the Pittsburgh Pirates as a starter. "I'd rather be a starter but know I'll be back in the bull- Dal Canton said Wednes- day night after working 7 2-3 in- nings and getting the victory in the Pirates' 5-3 triumph over tho Atlanta Braves that boosted to two games the Hratcs lead in MIC Tvational League East. Second-place New York Mets lost to San Diego Padres 54 in 10 inninga. Dal Canton started because the Pirates have three starters out with injuries. Bob Veale, sore arm, is ex- pected back Saturday or Sun- day, but it is not known when Bob Moose, sore elbow, will re- turn and-Steve Blass is on the disabled list after being hit on his pitching arm by a line drive. Elsewhere Wednesday, Hous- ton Astros hammered St. Louis Cardinals 13-9, Los Angeles Dodgers outlasted M o n t r e a 1 Expos 12-10, the Chicago Cubs clubbed Cincinnati Reds 10-2 and Philadelphia Phillies topped San Francisco Giants 5-3. HAD 5-HITTER GOING Dal Canton, a 28-year-old right-hander with a 5-1 record, bad a five-hitter and a 5-1 lead before running into trouble in the eighth and being saved by bullpen colleague Dave Giusti, Gil Garido opened the eighth with a double and, with two out, scored on Mike Lum's triple that finished Dal Canton for the night. Orlando Cepeda singled in a run and the bases were loaded before Giusti got out of the inning. The Pirates scored twice in the first, one run soaring on Willie Stargell's double, and twice in the third on Dave Cash's bases loaded single. Ivan Murrell's RBI single with two-out in the 10th off Nolan Ryan got San Diego by the Mets, who had taken a 4-3 lead on Bud Harrelsm's sacri- fice fly ill the ninth. The Padres tied it 4-4 on Nate Colbert's leadoff homer in the bottom of the ninth. Murrell followed with a single to knock out Tom Seaver for (he first time since May 6. six-day event. Some bettors poured through the turn- stiUs. Dark clouds greeted track en- thusiasts but Kipling was quick to change the day to a bright one. In the first race he booted home Grande Badge ahead of the pack and then turned the daily double trick by whining aboard Novatate in the second. Thirty-six ticket holders pick- ed up for Kipling's ef- forts. He-had his problems in the third race however. Seeking three straight wins he took spir- ited Naughty Imp to the start- ing line but was thrown twice. The determined jockey climbed aboard again but finished out of the money. Ron Leonard, who on Tues- day rode four winners, was shaken up when Liberty Park took a page from Naughty Imp and dumped his rider. Leonard, who returned the following race, was riding back to the jockey quarters in an ambu- lance when Wayne Cuthbertson won the third race on Liberty Park. Kipling won the sixth race on Floquillo and then combined with Len Jackson in the eighth for a quinella of Kipling rode Brae Loch while Jackson piloted Sandy Beau. A total of 97 tickets were held on the quinella. Wednesday's exactor, a com- bination of Typical Blue, ridden by Duane Wiseman and Von- donna, with Leonard up, paid 85 bettors Another eight races were slated for this afternoon and a like number will be run off Fri- day and Saturday to dose out the meet. Today's feature, the seventh race, will be the Youth Fair Board Handicap while the joc- keys will be out to win the Coa- dale Handicap Friday and the Whoop-Up Downs Claiming Handicap Saturday. AT THE TRACK With the best crowd of the meet thus far on band Kipling continued his outstanding riding He has had a variety of track con- ditions and seems to like them all the same Times were relatively slow Wednesday after the down pour Tuesday evening but no spills, from the horses standpoint, occurred The track could be slow again today after a heavy shower Wednes- day. CHALK UP ANOTHER WIN Linor The Pirates picked up the Norcrest Little League cham- pionship last evening by gaming a 4-1 victory over the Braves. Scott Jarvie allowed one hit against him and struck out 10 batters to pick up the win. David Miskulin chucked a good game in a losing cause striking out eight batters and al- lowing only 4 hits. Gordon Tokariuk and Gree Kveder each slugged a homo run to aid in the win. Tom Block pounded a home run in a losins cause. SEE THE RELOCATABLE HOME OF THE FUTURE 1970 DOUBLE WIDE PARKWOOD 24'x52' of Luxurious living Thit home tomei completely furnished in 2 or 3 bedroom models. 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