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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta g THE IFTHBRIDOE HCRAID Friday, July 14, 1970 J i i BILL THOMPSON AND THE CHAMPIONSHIP HI-STANDARD CHAROLAIS RIG Three More Gold Medals Added To Treasure Chest Canadian Wrestlers Remain In Contention Leonard Wins Trio As Well Three More Victories For Jockey Kipling By BRUCE LEVETT Canadian Press Sports Editor EDINBURGH (CP) Can- ada's wrestling team, tuned up by the world championships in Edmonton a few weeks ago, was looking for a hatful of Com- monwealth Games medals today. Nine of its 10 members were still in contention as the competi- tion entered its final day and three were guaranteed a medal as the number of contestants in ANDY CAPP Race Results EDMONTON (CP) Race resu! from Northlands Park Thursday: First claiming, 3-year-olds, 1 1- miles. Fastascanbe (Hedge) 19.40 8.70 4.X Wellington Lad (BHIIngsley) 3.60 2.8 Lolita's Hope (Barroby) 3.60. Time: 2-5. Bazza, Tricky 8abs, Tivoll Bell El Fllisleo, Mr. Stockyards also ran Second S claiming, 4-yoar-olds, 7 longs, Noble Stranger (Stadnyk) 18.00 8.W Kimbrook (Barroby) 7.10 5.60 Dashing (Wiseman) ,5.50. Time: 2-5. Bonded Stock, Roman Frost, A Black, Safari Tan, Prairie Dew DAILY DOUBLE: Third allowances, 3-year-oids, 7 fur longs. This Year Fly Suzuki T-250 II HUSTLER Twin cylinder, two stroke engine developing 33 h.p, ot r.p.m. 6 speeds and m.p.h. up to 100-105 CYCLE ITD. BERT MACS 713 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3221 'Over 300 Bicycles In Slock" Open Ttiurs. and Frl. Till 9 p.m. "Serving Soulhc-rn Albcrla For Over 30 Years" Lady Harcon (Hedge) 3.70 3.20 2.80, Silky Page (Haynes) 9.70 Tanbye (Turetsky) 4.40. Time: Cerennlappage, Easter Elehies, Speedy Son, Kid Balou, Newlynne also Fourth claiming, 4-year-olds end up, IVa Klondike Quill (B. Cuthbertson) 6.50 4.10 3.30, My Rose Ann (Turetsky) 5.20 3.70, Mister Bountiful (Norrls) Time: 1-5. Some Flag, Hudson Valley, Simalo, Judge Alone, Ridgeview Hope, Vi- brant, Dark House also ran. Flflh claiming, 4-year-olds and up, T furlongs. Game Boy (Turetsky) 16.60 6.60 -50, Chuckle On (Hedge) 75.70 Take One Step (Blllingsley) 2.8 Time: 3-5. To Be Blue, The Iron Girl, Shock -oop, Scuba Do, Merry Monroe also EXACTOR: 5301.68. Sixth claiming, Litlls Papoose landlcap, 2-year-olds, 5 furlongs. Cool Canuck (Billingsley) 3 80 2 70 .20, Cindy's Sister (Jackson) 4.60 .80, Congressman (Norrls) 2.40. Time: J-5. Gifted Scribe, DreoTiln Demon also an. Seventh allowance, 3-year-olds, 7 fur- ings. Kuckee Lad (W. Coombs) 4.80 70, stokes Road (Rasmussen) 5.90 50, Gallant Canadian (Turetsky} 90. Time: 1-5. Silverado Trail, Victory Chase, NGV- r Too Soon, Rough and Ready, Mini agic also ran. Eighth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, furlongs. Jasper Park (Morris) 8.70 5.70 3.70, ome James (Stadnyk) 4.70 2.60, Law oss (Giesbrecht) 3.10. Time: 4-5. Roundy's ;KId, Wattnaut, Hadason, iin, rarenr s Joy aiso ran. Uieir weight class had shrunk three or less. Not since the Inaugural Games of 1930, when Canada entered seven wrestlers and all won gold medals, had there been such, a powerful Canadian threat. Tlie 1866 team settled for one first in 16 years- plus three seosnd-place silvers and a third-place bronze. Heavyweight Ed Millard of King City, Ont., and light fly. weight Ken Shan of Toronto Were sure of silver medals and trying for gold as they faced In- dian opponents in their division finals. Claude Pilon of Ottawa, one of three survivors in the light heavyweight class, had In- dian and Pakistani rivals to beat. COLLECT TROPHIES Three gold medals were adde d to Canada's treasure chest Thursday as Beverly Boys of Pickering, Ont, added the tower diving championship t o her previous triumph in tile springboard event, Bill Kennedy of London, Ont., won the 100- metre backstroke and Tom Aru- soo of Montreal tok the 200 but- terfly. That brought the total for the Games to 13, one sny of the pre- vious Canadian high at the 1966 Games but far short of Aus- tralia and England. The swimmers and divers picked up three silver medals and a bronze to go with their three gold Thursday. One of the silvers was the 15th in the inter- ational career of Ralph Button RACE SELECTIONS By Willie Ketchum SATURDAY'S SELECTIONS FIRST RACE Claiming for three year olds and upward MR. LEADER MAM............. SABER DIVER 117 BANQUET KNIGHT JAMIE S LE TIQUE REQUILLO MISS STAMPEDER SALTY DIGGER GAY MAPLE...... ESPRIT'S SON FAMOUS BAYBOY SEVEN FURLONGS Will lead flit way Place horse here 112 A winner Thursday 117 Close fourth 117 Middle class here 117 Not familiar with Ihls ons....... 112 On the oulslde 122 Not with this bunch 117 Nothing to offer 112 Has chance If in i 112 Not loday ........................11 SECOND RACE-SHOO Claiming {or three year olds and upward SENATOR 6REV KIM'S BELISHT JULIE ANZA SANDY BEAU KELSEY DANCER CHRISTOPHER BEAN HANDSOME NERO THUNDER CHIEF THREE FURLONGS 155 Looks best 122 Good post 117 Gets nod for third 118 Will make a run at Ihei 111 May like three furlongs 122 Won't make showing 117 Small ollering 112 Give Consideration THIRD RACE Claiming, ihree four and "five maidens DR. PAGE PARK SOCIETY LOUISE ALIBI FIERY DOLL SUN ARRAY PRAIRIE RULE SAVAGE WARRIOR FLYING DASHER HANDSOME CHA'MP ESPALIER'S SON year old FIVE FURLONGS 118 Makes fhe call 7 117 Ouinella horse f, Light weight 108 Figures close 122 May get job done 5 112 Middle of the pack 4 -.132 Has a shot 9 112 Beaten before 3 107 Maybe later o 117 Not with these 10 FOURTH RACE Claiming for four year olds andnpwanl Ocean Fate, B.C., chased home Australian who Gra- ham White in the 400 freestyle. WAS CLOSE SECOND Nancy Robertson of Edmonton earned another, finishing unex- pectedly close to Miss Boys in the tower diving as Nancy Rollo of Saskatoon barely missed the bronze. The third second-place finish came in the women' 400 freestyle relay as Australia iron the event. Erik Fish, a 17-year-old native of Medicine Hat, Alta., won a bronze in the butterfly behind Arusoo and Mike Richards of Wales. Canada was shut out only once in the pool as Graham Windeatt led anather Australian and a New Zealander to the medals in the freestyle. Marilyn Neufville, a 17-year- cld London s c h o o 1 g i r 1 who braved the wrath of English track officials by running in the colors of her native Jamaica, was the first athlete to break a world record on the Common- wealth Games track when she won the 400 metres in 51 sec- onds flat. The old mark of 51.7, chased by two French girls, was set in Athens last year. 1 MILE 117 Will go the distance 3 1117 Going well t 117 Runs close enough 3 122 Gradually Improves position FIFTH RACE Claiming for four year olds and M'LORD CALL ME NELL TRIPLE BANNER HAPPY GO SECRET DOT WILSON By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Suorls Writer Gerry Kipling continues to make tlie first edition of the Whoop-Up Days Race Meet a one man show. The talented jockey booted home three more winners Thursday afternoon running his total to 13 for the four1 days. The best crowd of the six- day meet, scheduled to wind up Saturday afternoon, saw Kip- ling add to the cushion he has ;stablished in his best to win .op jockey honors. Kipling rode four winners Monday and Wednesday and a pair on Tuesday to stay ahead if Eon Leonard. While Kipling ticked home a trio of winners Thursday before better than ,000 fans, Leonard matched his >erformance. Norm Jewell, who has had lis problems getting untracked at tlie Lethbridge meet, opened Thursday's card with a win in the first race aboard True Trust and combined with Kip- ling's mount, Sandy Beau in the second for a Daily Double which 31 bettors cashed in on. In the fifth race, the Exactor, Barbara Suitor stormed home ah.ead of the pack aboard Ban- quet Knight and together with Peer On, guided by Kipling, paid an Exactor to 25 lucky ticket holders. The word must have been out in the eighth race as some 274 bettors told tickets on the Quinella of Gay Hhonda, ridden by Kipling, and Owners Event, with Leonard up. Kipling's other victory came in tlie sixth on Nenana. Leonard won the third, fourth and seventh for his triple. His victory in the seventh gave him :op honors in the Youth Fair Board Handicap. Leonard piloted Winning Chance to victory for owner ildon Tirrell. Winning Chance actually fin- shed second to Kenfield but a 'oul claim by Leonard against jee Hanson, the jockey on Kenfield, was 'Upheld by the stewards and Leonard was de- clared the winner. Dwayne Wiseman has had his lands full with a horse called Ticket Hipper. It seems the rorse just doesn't want to be idden. Monday afternoon Wiseman ot him as far as the starling ale and that was it. He dump- d the jockey on his backside nd proceeded to jog around le track. By the tune he was aught and brought back he ras too tired and finished out f the money. Thursday he dumped Wise- man, who showed a great dei of determination, no less thai three times and was final scratched from tlie race. Bettors poured better tha through tho turnstil Thursday, tlie week's high. A told the four day pari-mulue figure has bettered AT THE TRACK A uniqu occurence took place in th third race when a pair of fe male jockeys [hushed in th money Barbara Suitor aboard Wilson Ravida, was sec ond followed by Sharon Willi on Miss Stampeder District Playoffs Oil Tap The district Little League playoffs will be held on July 27 29 and 31 at the Dave Elton Little League park. A tournament club which represent the-Norcrest Little League will tangle with a tour- nament squad from the Lake- side Little League. The winners of tins contest will then advance to the Prai- rie Divisional champions hips which will also be staged at the Dave Elton Little League Park from August 10-13. The Prairie champions will travel east to Thunder .Bay and compete in the Canadian Little League championships the fol- lowing week. The Canadian champions will finally be entered in the Little World Scries held in Williams- port, Pennsylvania. RESULTS LETHBRIDGE (CP) Ract re- sults Thursday at Exhibition Park: First 5500, claiming, 3-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs. True Trust (Jewell) 13.30 4.50 3.40, Mr. Leader Man (Jackson) 7.20 4.W, Raging Sea (Kipling) 2.70. Time: 4-5. Hi Tipper, Le Pique, Gay Maple, Be No Surprise also ran. Second S500, claiming, 3-year-olds and up. 5 furlongs. Sandy Beau (KIplIno) 5.90 3.8Q 780, Quiet Ride (Bourne) 2.60 S.M, Square- nadcr 3.40. Time: 3-5. Western Slues, -Secret Dol, Glen- ledcn, also ran Track Scratch: Ticket Ripper DAILY DOUBLE: Third S500, claiming, 4-year-olrfs and up, I 1-16 miles. Chip's Gai 5.50 4.30 3.30, Wilson's (Suitor) 10.80 5.70, Miss Stampeder (Willis) 3.70. Tlmo: 3-5. Dr. c. C., Chanfleld, Iron Tony also in. Fourth J500, claiming, 4 and J year old maidens, 7 furlongs. Berma Sport (Leonard) ,40, Natural Way (Kipling) 3.81 Blue Sleeves (Hanson) 2.50. Time: Mystic Miser, Flying Dasher also 2.60, an. Filth WOO, claiming, 3-year-oldJ and up, furlongs. Banquer Knight (Suitor) 4.00 .60, Teer On (Kipling) 3.30 3.20, Ty- ical Blue (Wiseman) 4.80. Time: Phid, Tin Pan, Eternal K, Mr. Vlonberg, Kelsey Dancer also ran. XACTOR: Sixth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 1-16 miles. Nenana (Kipling) 4.20 3.30 !.M, andsom Lady (Wiseman) 7.70 3.10, ire (Bourne) 2.60. Time: Doc's Dream, Famous Buyboy also in. Track Scratch: Silent Orfe Seventh 5500, allowance, 3-year-olds and UB. furlongs. Winning chance (Leonard) U1 30 2.80, Kenflild (Hanson) 4.00 3.50, ackrel Sky (Wiseman) 3.90. Time: 4-5. Carta Flash, Pleasant Hour, Hour iagic also ran. Eighth claiming, 3-year-oMi and up, furlongs. Gay Rhonda (Kipling) 3.30 3.70 ?.M, wner's Event (Leonard) 2.80 2.80, rnabay (Hansen) 8.60. Time: More Regards, Goody Bear, -Pan- kes Sis, Sorrow E also ran. UINELLA: ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES AMERICAN LEAGUE Baltimore Detroit New York Pel. i .625 43 West 59 57 51 Chicago TODAY'S GAMES .537 .362 ,354 .337 npwar IRON TONY HANDSOME LADY NATURA-I--WAY" 112 Sure thing Next best 117 Likes a roule 122 In contention 112 Not beaten fa SIXTH RACE 5800 Claiming for three year olds and "lipwartt ClTOl" FIVE FURLONGS TIPPER ALMA'S PICTURE MEO CLASS NAUGHTY IMP 112 Go for show 117 Almost 117 May improve 103 Correctly named SEVENTH RACE-SI ,000 Claiming for three year olds and upward SEVEN FURLONGS 117 In front all the way 13! May oullasl No. 7 113 Could take all 107 Good chance II! On lop in 5 furlongs 112 Won in short field 132 Out for dinner EIGHTH RACE Claiming for four yc'ar olds and upward FOUR FURLONGS 112 Winning rider 132 Post shouldn't mailer 117 Apprentice rider.......... 112 In a possibility 117 Good post position 117 Nothing here 117 Closer II In 10 117 Must draw In first 112 In Friday...... 117 Blows the turn POST TIME: 2 P.M. BEST BET: Mackrcl Sky LONG SHOT: Handsome Lady STOVE PIPE TYPICAL BLUE IONA HAWK KHALS CHARM RYSUO BULLTRUM'S BOY'..... PENNEYS LINE GIFT GUY FIRE LINE WESTERN BLUES KIMBOY CALL ME SONNY FREDDIE JOE MYSTIC MISER HURRY HALLY SORREL E IN HOSPITAL DETROIT (CP) Goalie Roger Crozier said Thursday lie expects to be out of hospital in two or three days after observa- tion for a recurring nervous stomach condition. ATTENTION VACATION MOTORISTS Don't Start Your Vacation Trip Without A RADIATOR FLUSH yourself unncoisory CAR NEED A aside -1-- So roadside stops dua to ever- heated engine we son perform this work for you expertly and efficiently with our modern equip- ment! TUNE-UP? Ernio Rosvold our licensed mechanic Is the Best Tune- Up Specialist In Southern Alberla. All work Guaran- teed! El Rancho FEXACO) Service 6th Ave., M.M, Phone 327-5406 Ottawa Wins First Game HAMILTON (CP) Bill Vsj, Btirkleo's booming punts in tin fourth quarter, one a 76-yard single tliat snapped a 20-20 tie, engineered a 27-20 victory for Ottawa Rough Riders over Hamilton Tiger-Cats in an East- ern Football Conference exhibi- tion game Thursday night. The victory for the 1969 Grey Cup champions was their first in four pre-season exhibition ;ames, and left them with the same record as the Ticals head- ing into the Canadian Football League schedule openers next week. Hugh Oldham, Jay Roberts and defensive halfback Al Mar- celin scored the Ottawa touch- before about fans. Ivan McMillan, a junior Ottawa; Sooner graduate, added eight points on two field goals andj two converts. Hamilton got touchdowns from Tommy Joe Coffey, Dave Fleming and Ed Buchanan-all on passes from quarterback John Eckman. Coffey added two converts. Dallas Trim Generals In two Commercial Fastball League games the Dallas Hotel Cowboys edged the M and K Generals 3-2 while the Labor Club bombed the Letibridge Hotel 18-7 The Dallas Cowboys had to overcome a 2-0 deficit in the sixth inning and put one across ;he plate In the bottom of the seventh to pick up the win last evening. Darrell Leavitt picked up the mound verdict while Dennis Allen who pitched a strong Same suffered the loss. For the Cowboys Myron Ell paced the win with a triple and a single and Jack Fleming aid- ed the cause with a double. Dennis Allen rapped out two ingles and George Waselenak "hipped in with a double in a osing cause. In the second game of the light Greg Binning earned the 8-7 win and Bob Sapsford took the loss. Richard Collack paced the jabor Club up the plate slug- ing a home run and two sin- les, while Terry Rhodes aided two doubles. Other hitters for the Labor lub were Ed Carpenter and ob Setoguchi both poking out double and a single and Harry agata with a triple and ngle. New York Kline 1-1 at Oakland Dob- son 9.10 N Washington Brunet 7-5 ot California Messersmlth 8-9 N Boston Culp 10-8 Mllwiuket Krausse 9-10 Baltimore Phoebus 3-5 or Cuellar 13-5 at Minnesota Kaat 8-7 N Chicago Miller J-S and Janeskl 7-10 at Detroit Kilkenny 5-1 and Cain 9-3 2, TwLN Kansas Cily Rlzmorrls 4-3 and Rook- cr 6-9 at Cleveland Hand 3-8 and Chance -i-5 2, TwI N THURSDAY'S RESULTS Baltimore 012 000 570 Kansas Cily loo 110 4 9 1 Palmer fld-fil, Richer? Wall (9) and Hendricks; Drago O'RIiev Burgmeier Monteagudo (9) and Kirkpatrick. HR: Robin- son Detroit .OH 001 T 1 1 Minnesota 000 001 Z 8 1 Niekro Patterson Scher- man (8) end Freshen; BIyleven (4-3) and Mllterwald. HRs: Det_Northrup Chklso 000 200 000-2 10 0 Cleveland 001 021 11 0 Horlen Murphy (7) and Jo- senhson; McDowell 115-J) and Fosse HRs: Pinson Calilornia 000 100 II 1 Boston ODO 100 7 1 GarretN K. Tatum (8) 'and Egan: Romo, Brett Wagner (9) and Moses. W. K. (5) (2-5) HRs: Callf-Johnslone NATIONAL LEAGUE East W 1 Plllsburgh .....5.1 New York..... 50 Chicago .......48 Philadelphia 43 SI. Louis.......41 Montreal JO Cincinnati Los Angeles Atlanta....... San Francisco Houston San Diego Pel. .557 .53! .511 .J62 .432 .491 .585 .484 .478 .448 .398 20'A 23'A TODAY'S GAME: .San Francisco Robertson j-6 and Pit- lock 1-2 at Montreal Renko 5-4 and Wegene 1-3 5 TwI N Los Angeles singer 7-3 New York Koosman 5-5 N San Diego Coombs 8-7 Bf Philadel- phia Jackson 1-8 N Atlanta Reed 2-3 at Chicago Holli- man 9-9 Houston Griffin no at Pittsburgh Ellis 9-7 H SI. Louis Torrel 7-S at Cincinnati Nolan 12-4 N THURSDAY'S KESULT! Houston .020 010 fl II. Louil 201 m J t Bllllngham (8-3) and Edwards; Gib- on (12-5) and Torre. HR: wards tlanla wo DOS 000-5 I J Pittsburgh 030 000 I Nash, McQueen (0-3) (8) and Till- man; Walker, Fena Colpaerfd-O) 8) Glusti (9) and Sanguillen. llnclnnall 000 000 041 Chicago 000 000 I t Carroll (7-5) (8) and Bench; Pappas (6-3) and Hundley. COAST LEAGUE pokane 8 Hawaii 5 acoma 4 Salt Lake Cily I orflsnd 9 Tucson 8 ugene II Phoenix 9 WRESTLING LETHBRIDGE ARENA MONDAY, JULY 27th p.m. JERRY CHRISTY VS. BOB SWEETAN URSUS KROFFAT VS. MARCONI i CANNON RUHL VS. SUUIVAN BELAFONTE VS. HAYES CHRISTY VS. PRiNGLE SHARPADZE VS. BABIC Admission Box office opens 7 p.m. Watch STAMPEDE WRESTLING Saturday oflernoon and Monday night on CJtH-TV Channel 7. KELLY SPRINGFIELD 'TIRES FAMOUS FOR QUALITY" ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPlETf TIRE SALES SERVICE 402 1W Ave South 337-o86o or 3W-4445 ;