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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Gals win four races Thursday Friday, July 23, THl IETHJRIBOE HIRAID 11 Rycroft, Suitor win three By PAT SULLIVAN Hi-raid Sports Writer TWO WAGONS HIT THE TRACK TOGETHER OPENING NIGHT THURSDAY Shmvn Davis scores 8i in saddle Stock hard on bareback riders By GARRY ALLISON Herald Staff A former world champ i o n saddle bronc rider and a for- mer world champion bucking horse got together during the opening night of the Whoop-Up Days rodeo and the result was a sparkling mark of 81. Shawn Davis of Whitehall, Montana, three time world sad- dle bronc champion bested the always tough Hat Rack, a Kesler world champion of years I past, to take a commanding lead in the saddle bronc event. Following behind Davis' 81 was Mel Hyland of Surrey, B.C. Hyland, who garnered 74 points is currenty sitting in second place in the world saddle bronc standings and beat out this year's leader, Bill Smith of Cody, Wyoming, by two points. Close to appreciative rodeo fans look in the first night of action at tlie 75th annual Whoop-Up Days rodeo Ivith the chuckwagons kicking tilings off. The Harry Irving Ranch chuckwagon with Roy David at the reins took the early lead in the race for top money in the always exciting chuckwagon races. David rounded the barrels in the fmirth heal in a time of one minute, seven and five tenths seconds, just two tenths of a second faster than the run- ning time of the Newall Eros, rig with "bouncing" Bobby Cosgrave in the driver's seat. The High Standard Charolis rig, with Bill Thompson up had a running time of the third fastest time of the night. He turned in his time in the fourth heat. ONE STAYED ON In the bareback bronc riding event, only Gary Malsanr, of Havre, Mont, was able to slick to the back of his animal for the full eight seconds and pick- ed up a mark of 51. The tough Kesler bucking stock easily tossed the other five competi- tors. A George West, Texas cow- boy, Phil Lyne, who is current- ly leading the world for all around and calf roping honors, lied his calf in 11.2 seconds to take the lead in his favorite event. Buzz PeUi, Bow. Washington, holds down second spot with a time of 11.6 seconds with Raymond's Duke Helgerson trailing them in third place as hs wrapped his call in 13.7 sec- onds. Cecil Breland of Blackfoot, Idaho has the inside track on the in prize money offer- ed in the steer wrestling event as he tossed his animal hi 5.9 seconds. One tenth of a second be- hind the leader was Chuck Eliminations make up team The Summer Games_ tennis eliminations for the City of held at the Lethbridge were Civic Centre courts during the past week. The winners will repre- Seniors tourney at Henderson It is expected Bill Townsend of Bow Island will be on hand to defend his Le'hbridge and District senior golf title this weekend. Henderson Lake Golf Club will host Ihe two day event for golfers 55 and over. The winner will receive the Norrie Macleod memorial rose bowl with the Bill Holberton trophy will go to the low net winner. The Jim Freel and Jim Mc- Cready trophies are up for' grabs in the C and D section of the tournament. Group A is for golfers 55-59, group B 60-64, C for 65-69 and D 70 and over. Tlie tournament all senior golfers is open to from Medi cine Hat on the east, Creston, B.C. to the west, Nanton in the north and the International Boundary to the south. Eighteen holes of medal play will be held each day in the main trophy competitions. Only nine are scheduled groups C and D. Entry fee for the two days of action "has been set at which includes annual dues and a din- ner Sunday evening- dent the City of Lelhbridge in the finals which will be held in Claresholm August 6-7. Jim Peever and Perry Mirko- vich will compete in the boy's 14 and under singles class and will also team up for the douu- bles event in the same age group. In boy's 18 and under singles George Garner and Tim Jost made the spot on the team while Sue Balfour will represent the girls in this age group. Garner and Balfour will also learn up in the mixed doubles Murray S i h v o n and Herb Curran will be teammates in the men's open doubles com- petition and will also compete against each other in the sin- gles event. In the open mixed doubles Phil Gaffncy and Sharon Giduk will play together while in the veteran mixed doubles Gerri Noble and Marvin Kirchner will team-up. Noble has also been matched with Doreen Durfee for' the vet- eran ladies' doubles. Durfee will also compete in the singles event veteran wo- men while Bob Dwycr will and Marvin Kirchner will represent Lethbridge in the veteran mens singles. Dwyer and Loren Heppler are teammates in the mens' doubles event. Meanwhile the Lethb ridge Tennis club tournament will come to a close Sunday after two weeks of competition. Lethbridge Sash and Door PRODUCTS AND SERVICES WINDSHIELDS INSULATED SEALED PICTURE WINDOWS PIEXIGLAS MIRRORS GIASS AIL TYPES ALUMINUM STORE FRONTS ALUMINUM DOORS AND WINDOWS I if ARISTOCRAT WOOD WINDOWS I if ARISTOCRAT WOOD CUPBOARDS and CABINETS ALUMINUM SIDING and AWNINGS I if GARAGE DOORS and HARDWARE if BLACKBOARDS ond TACKBOARDS I if HARDWOOD ond SOFTWOOD LUMBER PLYWOODS LETHBRIDGE and DOOR rornor 5th Avo., 4th St. S. Phone 327-1581 Packers open large gap Packers have opened a big gap between first and second place in the Country Club golf league after Thursday night's action. Sixteen points separate Pack- ers from Gentlemen III as the two clubs own 121 and 105 points respectively. Four other teams arc cur- rently fighting for third place with Parsons leadiilB the way with 102 points. Lilydale trail only by two points with 100 while Lakeview and Beny's both have 97 points just five points back. In last night's action, Barry Kimery of Lethbric'ge Office Furniture earned himself Ihe low gross honors firing a 37 round. Bill Mundell of Atlas took home Ihe low net score with n while Lilydale won Ihe low Icani net with a 141. T h e Lilydale foursome n f Derail Berlando, Gordon Mc- Dfivid, Ralph Effler and Ayden Byrne also picked up Ihe only eight point sweep. Lakeview were HE victims. COUNTRY CLUB Packers .....................121 Gentlemen III ................los Persons ......................It" Ulyilnle ......................lnn l.nkeviow neny'r. DorKHiM] Win'. Ollice CHIIC All.s Wl EfttAin..................... _ Boatwright of Clarkson, Wash., while another Blackfoot, Idaho bull dogger, Sam Hutchinson is in third with a time of 8.2. The rubber-necked steers had the advantage last night with no less than 12 cowboys failing to pick up any time on their animals. A 74 in tlie bull riding waf more than enough to give Meil- cine Hat's Rocky Rockabar the :irst day lead hi that event. A mil named Flintstone helped Rockabar pick up his high marking. Ken Hart of Outlook, Mont., marked a 65 in second spot and Phil Lyne, working in his sec- ond event of the evening, scored a 60. Marion Witcher, Miles City, Mont., took the lead in the la- dies barrel racing. Using a new electric timer, she completed her run in 16.033 seconds. Alexa Ogilvie was in second RESULTS spot, rounding the barrels in 16.000 seconds and Calgary's Greta Robinson was in third with a miming time of 16.105. In the first heat in the chuck- wagon races Suburban Propane with Bill Thompson in (lie dri- vers seat was first, followed by the Les David outfit with Sun- down Hank in third. The Mel Rodager rig took Ihe second race with Tom Sin- clair doing the driving. The Les McLaughlin rig was next while the John Irwin team came in third. Bob Baird drove the Lee Price entry to victory in the third heat followed by Tom's House of Pizza and Per 1 i c h Bros. The Irving Ranch entry took the fourth race beating Hi Standard Charolis and Doug S'elson to the wire. The final heat was taken by Newall Bros, edging out the Rose Borek rig with Janko Bros, bringing up the rear. BEHIND THE CHUTES Rodeo announcer Bill Holt do- ing triple duty as he also does the horse racing during the afternoon and tlie chuckwagon races at night Infield clowns, Karl Doering and Mic- key Bagnel, keeping the crowd entertained with their antics wild horse race competitor Jim Smith okay after a bad spill in the exciting wild horse action Vicky ManderiUe moving Taster as r runner, get- ting various results for Herald staffer, than she moved in the barrel racing Five of the six saddle bronc riders lasl night are currently in the top ten in the world The chuck- wagons will hit the track to- night at 7 sharp and the rodeo will get under way at 8, fea- luring many more of the world's top competitors. The battle lor equality con- tinued at Whoop-Up Downs Thursday afternoon as day number four of the Whoop-Up 3ays race meet went by the wards. The six-day race meet ends Saturday with a nine-race card set for a post time rather than the regular 2 p.m. start. It was an even split Thurs- day as (lie gals won four races; equal to the amount of victor- ies for their male counterparts. For the first time in the his- tory of thoroughbred racing in Lethbridge female jockeys earned first place money in four races, as Barbara Suitor chalked up tiiree and newcom- er Cindy Moore of Spokane rode one. Suitor had to share the vic- tory spotlight with leading jcc- key Delbert Rycroft as the young rider also chalked up three wins during the course of the afternoon. The bettors were out in full force, some strong, and wagered It was by far the biggest day of Suitor's career, as she rode both ends of the daily double as well as the featured seventh race. In the seventh race she brought Beat The Bull home a whisker ahead of Rycroft's mount, Sundance Chief. A photo showed Suitor the winner by a nose. Dexter Boy, third in the race, was also involved in the picture as he just missed edg ing Rycroft. With the win in the seventh race Suitor won the Fort Mac- lecd Auction Market purse of ?700 for her father Wendell Eresman of Arrowood, who also trained the winner. Suitor's other wins came aboard Feeling Giddy in the first race and Meo Class in the second. The daily double of the two was worth to 17 ticket holders. Thursday's dou- ble was somewhat short of the record pay on Wednesday when one ticket holder cashed in on Rycroft's wins were aboard Lloyd's Image, who combined with Twilight Mood in the third I for a quiiiella. He also brought Miss Warlcu home in front of Nerva in the fifth for a exactor and Bet Late in the eighth, combined with An- other Indian, paying a quinclla of TRACK Moore won the fourth race in an out- standing start to finish romp aboard Lenny Delbert Ry- croft was dumped from his first mount Thursday, High; Tenor, truti came back as strong as ever after catching his breath Max Gibb, of Lethbridge, had his horse, Sun- dance Chief In the seventh race, claimed by the original owner The smile on the Ex- hibition board officials' face! are getting wider and wider as the pari-mutuel figures continue to show an increase over last year. Race results EDMONTON (CP) Race results rom Northlands Park Thursday. First claiming, 7 furlongs, 4-year- and up. I Go Go Glen (Billingsley) 6.10 2.90 j 2.60, Kiiam (Pacheco) 3.70 3.60, Fare Union (Kipling) 5.40. i Time: Amber Day, Bay Chief. Bazza, Prince Gray, Newlynne also ran. I Second claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 'furlongs i Polish Rod (Shields) 5.60 3.60 3.20, Smolderin' Embers (Parsons) 4.001 3.30, Big Bambi (Whittle) 4.30. Time: Round River, Jacopo's Susie, fle, Tom's Award, Something High also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: Third claiming, 2-year-olds, 5 fur- D Palatial (StadnyM 8.10 3.JO 2.90, Count The Spots (Barroby) 3.20 2.50, Student League (Coombs) 5-30. Time: 2-5 Winking Princess, Hot Beet, Big Edge, Saucy Morn, Dike's Pnnress also ran. QUINELLA: RACE By Willie Ketchum SATURDAY'S SELECTION FIRST RACE S500 Calming for three-year-olds and upward. FIVE FURLONGS 117 Hally hurries to the winners circle iu Place horse in this event 122 Has been raced in last................' Could make amends today 6 117 Don't care tor this one 7 122 Fleet? 122 Falls to make turns at limes 112 Possible longshot, but save your money SECOND Claiming for three year old maidens FIVE FURLONGS HURRY HALLY GALE NORTH STOVE PIPE TURKS CLASSIC BON ANIE FLEET ATOM 51CKIMI LONGLEGS ETT Firsl S50D claiming SI ,500, 3-year-olds, 7 lurlonas Feeiino Giddy (Suitor) U.50 5.20 ,.00, Red Mount (Jewell) 6.20 4.50, Luslrous Star (Leonard) 3.10. Time: 1-5 Sir Denger, High Tenor. Flashe's Champ, Miss Tess, Silent Secret also Second S500 claiming 3-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs Meo Class (Sutler) 19-30 6.10 3.40, Prairie Dew (RycroM) -UO 3.60, Hy- den Chimes (Willis) 8.00 Time: 2-5 Berma Sportn Yukanhetme. Secret Dot, Proud Nylon, Lc Tigue also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: 5105.70. Third claiming, 3-year-olds and up, Lkivd's Image (Rycroft) 17.60 8.00 550, Twilight Mood (Jewell) 5.40 3.20, Berngale (Schilling) 3.50. Time- 2-5 Bobalis, Longlegs Ette, Royal Kim- bo, Freddy Joe, Turks Classic also QUiNELLA: Fourth claiming, 3-ycar-olds, 5 lur- (Moore) 6.30 3.BO 2.60, Haydn's Doll (Wiseman) 4.50 2.90, Ace High [Jewell) 5.80. Time: 2-5 Gypsy Beauty, Cantincl, Quiet Riot, Petite Belle also ran. Fifth claiming, 3-year-olds and up, Miss Warlou (Rycroft) 4.50 3.80 3.30, .lerva (Willis) 5.BD J.VO, Parkhill Lila (Baril) 12.30. Time: Trustee Abe, Mystic Miser, Some Class, Tara Atom, Sorrel E also ran. EXACTOR: 170.30. Sixth claiming, 3-year-olds and UD 7 AliSV. Wiseman) !0.00 9-60 3.90 ,ic Tac (Leonard) 6.20 A.3Q. Hurry Hally (Suitor) 3.00. Time: 2-5 Ned's Hood, Liltlr Pablo. Hansonv Nero, Piloi's Count, Prince imbroE also ran. Seventh claiming, 3-year-olds and up furlongs Cheat The Bulls (Suitor) 9.20 -Ml 3.20, Sundance Chief (Rycroft) 5.3( 380, Dexter Boy (D- Wiseman) 4-20 Time: 1-5 Miss Monarch, Moorgate, Ky Eter nal, Flights Call also ran. Eighth SI ,000 claiming, 3-year-olds and up 7 "furlongs Bet Late {Rycroft) 8.50 4.00 3.10 Another Indian (Jensen) 3.BO, Sy Bern (Jewell) 4.20. Time: 3-5 Esprit's Son, Count Quill, Eva Don bin, Icon Amble. Count Show also OUtNELLA: 140.40, Fourth il.500 claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 fur- Ion 05 Natural Power (Hunt) 15.40 6.50 3.0, Love Success (Stednyk) 5.50 3.10, Jeanoui (Coombs) 2.60 Time: Solar Record, Atlantic Star, Miss Rouser, Flying Lightning also ran. Fillh allowance, 3-year-olds, 1 M6 'seven's Best (Sanchez) MQ 3.10 2.60, Rockin' Ruler (Kipling) 3.20 2.70, Atomic Tommy (Coombs) 3.50. Time: 4-5 Kim's Kid, Game Song, Power ul Pop, Tis Foolery, Table For Tony also EXACTOR: 51S.9D. Sixth Claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 'Golden Compass (Kipling) 14.10 7.50 530 Kuckee Lad (Morris) 19-30 7.20, Eagle Hill (Rasmussen) 6.20. Time: 4-5 Dewey Boy, Great Gale, Vast Op- portunity, Bronselene, Hermme's King also ran. Seventh claiming, 4-yea Stoke's Road (Rasmussen) 5.60 3.50 2 60 Sinful Pappa (BillingsleyJ 4.10 3.00, Bahram Iran (Hunt) 2.BO. Expediat'e, Rapid Kaiak, Coal Dusi and Haydn's Ace also ran Eighth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 Prince95Bally High (Stadnyk) 8.60 3.50 3.10, Little Baifie 3.30 4.10, Wolf's Go Go (Shields) 3-90. Grlnde Stride, My Escudo, My Sil- ver Queen, Silky Page, Deletus also ran. TOUGH COUNT RED MOUNT COUNT QUILL LUSTROUS STAR LUSTROUS QUEEN ICE ROSE MISS TESS SIR DENGER THl'KD RACE PRINCE IMBR05E SWAN BABE NED'S HOOD..... LOUIS ALIBI DIAMOND CHEO MIKADO R..... ICON AMBLE i BOMB AGAIN 'FOURTH RACE i WHIRLING WAVE MAGNA ED LLOYD'S IMAGE TH1GG NERVA BARON BEREN P1NEDOO PETITE BEL 11B Well placed for this one........ 7 ......118 Will pay a price if wins.........3 118 Look for improvement here 110 Would like to break maiden 6 Shot in the dark Not much to Will get shuffle in the turn........' 115 Not with this bunch .......8 Claiming for four and five year old maidens FIVE FURLONGS 123 Came with smart stable .........5 114 Could redeem self today........7 116 Problem horse-gets in trouble R 109 May topple the top three 6 117 Draws rail, may lack early speed i .1M Chance off of best race 2 ild Raced with less and defeated 3 109 Watch this one closely SnOO Claiming for four year olds and upward FIVE FURLONGS 117 with a good ride the winner 15! Has (ailed to run best here 117 Will be close in tough race 122 Might come right back if sound 122 Ran well Thursday 122 Check the tote action today "-1 Not much to offer..... Could bo the sleeper in the 5 7 FIFTH Claiming for four-year-olds and upward. 1 MILE DOUBLE HEELS TIE TAC FAMOUS BAYBOY COLLEGE COUNT DEAN'S DELIGHT U. HOPE FINE KID 109 117 Loves ihis distance should win 2. Showed an improvement Thursday- R Get another chance ............7 Suitor rides this our Would like easier group ........3 Chance play off of best efforl Not with these ..............5 Won Thurs. will have to scratch IfxTtMlACE S600 Claiming for four year olds and upward MILE -olds and up. OuiNELLA: 117.M. ALVAREZ RELEASED INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Dr. Vicente Alvarez of Buenos Aires, who suffered a skull fr'ac- ture when the pace car hit a ihotographers' stand at the start of the Indianapolis 500 auto race April 29, has been re- eased from hospital. ANOTHER INDIAN AURNOI CHIPS GAL MAGIC MINK JAMIE S SEVENTH RACE JIM KEEFE DEXTER BOY CHEAT THE BULL SHOOTALONG SUNDANCE CHIEF MARGAN JUSTA ROAR BUNKY BOO EIGHTH RACE FRENCH BAR MISS WARLOU CANTINEL..... PLEASANT HOUR FIERY DOLL LE TIQUE GIFT GUY EVA DOBBIN NINTH RACE Canada's Arctic Frontier While attending the Lethbridge and District Exhibition why not visit the ARMED FORCES CARAVAN AND DISPLAY It's and entertaining. A Military Career Counsellor will be at THE BRIDGE TOWN HOUSE MOTEL on Thursday, Friday and Saturday 22, 23 ond 24 July, from neon until 8 p.m. Why not see him to learn n-.ore obout the opportunities he has to offer. GIVE IT SOME THOUGHT THE CANADIAN ARMED FORCES II? Just missed in last outing .......121 Beaton in tough contest before 8 115 Has won at this distance m states 4 H7 Bred for long races 2 113 Runs Friday may not come back 6 S700 Claiming for three year olds and upward SEVEN FURLONGS 135 Best bet of the day if he likes track 3 116 Ran impressive race Thurs. 1 114 Won Feature Race Thurs. Improved 7 117 Has not come up to best race .....4 .112 Claimed horse looks upset jj .......115 Ran with cheaper 2 116 Other half of strong enlry....... 5 .113 Mot with this bunch S30Q'Claiming for four year olds and upward SEVEN FURLONGS .......114 Choice In wide open 10V credit iwo wins at this meet......i 119 Almost upset in last out ".......it9 Close up in final 109 Gets light weight of 109 127 in and out type of ......122 Question of fitness..............3 111 Oulside chance Claiming for three year olds and upward SEVEN FURLONGS BUSTER KID FAMOUS TERRY FIRE LINE GYPSEY BEAUTY MACKEREL SKY MINT GREEN BEDROCK JET WAYWARD BOY BEST BET LONGSHOT POST TIME Ill Looks besf in close affair..... V.'on with authority before 119 Has Speed with hold on for perl over-rated when claimed Ill Has apprentice for chance 119 Upset in this 119 Make like this track 117 Won against cheaper........ JIM KEEFE in 7th Race MINT GREEN in 8th Race P.M. PLUS SAVINGS! LOW MILEAGE DEMONSTRATORS All Units Have Balance of Factory Warranty Quaker State "Lifetime" Power Train Warranty KC34- 1971 Coronet Brougham KC11- 1971 Coronet Crestwood 3 seat V-8, A.T.. P.S., P.B. Ton. Many other options. Reg. NOW KC16- 1971 Polara Custom 4 Dr. V.8, A.T., P.S., Vioof. Reg. 5152.55. NOW......... ICC 13- 1971 Polara Custom 2 Dr. V-8, A.T., P.S., P.B. Gold. Re8. NOW KC18- '971 Polara Special 2 Dr. H T. V-8. A.T., P.5., P.B., V roof. Bornze White. Reg. NOW 4 Dr. V-8, A.T., P.S., P.B. Blue. (tOOOC Reg. NOW KC38- 1971 Chrysler Newport X Dr. 383, A.T., P.S., P.B. Dark Green. Reg. NOW KC95- 1971 Charger 2 Dr. 318 V.8, A.T., P.S., P.B. radio. Bronze. R.g. NOW ?077 J KC32-A- 1971 Tradesman B200 127" w.b. Van. V-8, A.T., Many o.h.r option.. Reg. NOW See the "DODGE BOYS" Now! WE CARE! King Chrysler Dodge 3rd nnd lllh Street South InhbridflO ;