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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta .Soturdav, July V., 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Race meet ends today Rycroft leads jockeys into final homestretch By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Writer Norm Jewell has enough prob- lems winning at Downs but Friday added to his problems. Jewell, a veteran Alberta rid- er, rode what could have been I lib first winner In two years, Margan In turn crowded Shoot- Friday in the featured seventh race but eagerness may hava been his downfall. In attempting to bring Ban- quet Knight home ahead of the pack in the Hi-Way (52) Feed- ers Purse Jewell bumped Ren Leonard's mount, Margan and Race results LEADING JOCKEY Delbert Rycroft has won 12 races to date in the Whoop-Up races meet and stands a good chance of capturing top honors. The six-day meet wraps up today at Whoop-Up Downs with Rycroft having a four- win lead over Larry Wiseman. Chuvalo next in line SUDBURY Out. (CP) Paul Mlsen set himself up for a shot at George Chuvalo's Canadian heavyweight boxing champion- ship Thursday night with a stun- ning sedond-round knockout of Frankie Bullard. The Toronto fighters were promised a crack at the title by Chuvalo if they were impres- sive in their scheduled 10-round- er here. "And there were people here who were really im- said Nilsen's man- ager, Vince Bagnato. The end came suddenly at of the second round with Nilsen crash- ing a right off Bullard's head. Bullard attempted to get up but fell back to the canvas. Nilsen was making a return to the ring after an enforced1 sis- month layoff to allow his right hand to heal from injuries sus- tained in earlier fights. In a 10-round co-feature, for- mer Canadian junior welter- weight champion, ranks with a fifth-round TKO of Jordanian Al Ekbar, now living in Montreal. Tourney ready The Raymond Golf Club will hold a men's open tournament July 31, starting at a.m. Entry fee is and should be In to Ken Shaw, Raymond, by 5 p.m. July 30. Results Friday Whoop-Up First claiming, A year olds and up, 7 furlongs starsnlp (Schilling) 5.60 5.40 2.BO Owners Event {Favero) AM 2.80 Mackerel Sky (suitor) 3.10 Time: 2-5 Famous Bay Boy, Mor chee, Miss Stampeder, Jamie S., Eva Dobbin also ran. Second S500, claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs Irish colonel (Favero) 7.30 4.30 4.50 Mr. stockyards (L. Wiseman) 6.00 4.20 Tera Atom (Rycroft) 7.50 Time: 1-5 Crankshaft, Western Haze, Magic Hero, Proud Nylon, Wild Bruct also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: S2UO Third claiming, and 5 year olds, 5 furlongs Wodda'n (Rycroft) 6.90 3.80 2.40 Jum's Joy (L. Wiseman) 3.90 J.10 Count Show (Leonard) 2.90 Count' How Lucky, Petite Bellel, Icon Amble, Dennis Allby also ran. Track Scratch: Slcklml QUINELLA! Fourth combination, 2 year olds, 5 fur. longs Betabob (Rycroft) 7.50 2.50 Hellzi (Jensen) 3.30 2.80 Call Me Patty (Barll) 3.40 Mr" Royal K, Canadian Breeze, Has- ty Hall, Handsome Arches, Hop's Dream also ran. Flflh claiming, 4 year olds and up, Ell's "chop Chop (L. Wiseman) 'Land Beyond (Rycrofl) 6.90 3.60 Buster Kid (D. Wiseman) 3.30 Iron Tony, Bright Valley, Sunfosta, Wilson Radiva also ran. EXACTOR: (45.10 Sixth claiming, 3 year olds and up, THE RAYMOND GOLF CLUB MEN'S OPEN GOLF TOURNAMENT Sat., July 31st Starting at a.m. Entry Fee Deadline 5 p.m. July 30th Send in to Ken Shaw, Raymond 5 SoTeffect (Schilling) 5.50 3.80 7.90 Haydns Doll (L. Wiseman) 3.60 2.70 Tin Pan (Savero) 3.10 Gale North, Handy Boy, Tosce, Hour Magic, Flume also ran. sevinth claiming, 4 year and up. Cheetah (Rycroft) 8.50 J.4I 2 50 Margan (Leonard) 6.00 3.60 Shootalong (D. Wiseman) 3.30 Time: :59 1-5 Banquet Knight, Wayward Boy, HI. eration also ran. Eighth claiming, 4 year olds and up S furlongs Knight Hackler (Leanard) S.7I 4.80 (correct) Lloyd's Image (Rycroft) 4.20 J.70 Irish Way (D Wiseman) 5.20 Time: VS Mr. Elroy, Call Sonny, Allrllla HItlpper, Trusty Abe also ran. BUINELLA EDMONTON (CP) results Friday from Northlands Park: First claiming 1 MS mllM, 3 year "'county Scandal (Hunt) 110 4.60 J.JO Lord Hairy (Norrls) 10.20 5.70 John Cyclops (Haynes) 3.40 Heir'of'Hope, Kap's Call, Blut Strome, Kay D'Orsay, Shara Don't swelter on your vacation trip this year... before you go let us install custom-fit crra AUTO AIR CONDITIONING for General Motors Cars and Trucks A-R-A AUTO CONDITIONING Fill all lata model GM units '70 and VI Bulcki, '69, '70 and '71 70 ond 71 Chevelle, 70 and 71 Nova, 70 and 71 Camaro, 71 Pontiac, 71 and Chevy Vani. SPECIAL FEATURES INCLUDE Slim line design Adjustable Adjustable thermostat 3 speed blowers Backed by 23 yean experience in cooling your car Reasonably priced One day installation A FEW AC-220 UNITS LEFT AT ONIY CONVENIENT BUDGET TERMS are available Exclusive dealers for A-R-A auto air conditioning BENY CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE PARTS AND SERVICE DEPTS. 2nd Avenue and 8th Streot S. Stcond claiming, 4 year olds and up, Tommy'i Champ (Hunt) 17.30 6.4G 60 Jasper Park (Kipling) 3.20 2.BO Merry Sailor (Rasmussen) 7.20 Time: 1-5 Bull Hunk, Hot Flight, Erin's Em. ress. Fancy Fella, Hayden'i Belle iso ran. AILY DOUBLE: flM.fl Third 2 year olds, 5 furlongs Count (Rasmussen) 35.90 1.40 3.50 Prince Of Northlands (Shields) 5.30 BO Fourthought (Whittle) 2.40 Time: Honor and Glory, Northern Beau, C, Magic, Magic Spree, First To Fin- ih also ran. Fourth claiming, 4 year olds and up, Vs miles (Parsons) 14.40 1.50 Take One Step (Whittle) ).00 2.70 Prtddls Dandy (Hunt) 4.10 Time: Nipawln, King Dreamer, M 1 s t e Flee., Precious Argent also ran Flflh claiming, 3 year olds, 7 fur crescent style (Haynes) 40.40 12.40 4.90 Boy (Rasmussen) 3W 3.50 Beauco (Barroby) 3.30 Time: 1-5 Baha Kid, Arctic John, Miss Stuart ndlan Lake, Some Hand also ran. EXACTOR: 1127.60 Sixth claiming, 4 year olds and up furlongs Cash Deposit (Barroby) 7.90 4.20 2.81 Paddygoeasy (Norrls) 7.00 4.10 Curra Tip (Sanchez) 5.00 Time: 3-5 Air Strike, Wise Pride, Ena's Daugh er, Pet, Sen Bar also ran. Seventh handicap, 3 year olds, 7 fui "Typical Dancer (Sanchez) 7.70 5.10 3.30 Penlclllium (Pacheco) 8.40 3.30 Starry Prince (Whittle) 2-40 Time: 1-5 Flight Count, A-Transbrlar, Cupid' Dart, A-Maxle's Heir, Shesawwllllc To Me, Bonnlt Briar Magic els Ba; geon try. Stables' ent Eighth claiming, 4 year olds and up furlongs Taffy Blond (Coombs) 19.10 10.70 Courteous (Shields) 3.60 3.10 PrfncB Hackle (Bllllngsley) 6.70 Time: Home James, Morn Ing Master Tiny's King, Mr. Marsh, Noacceptio also ran. OUINEU.AI us Home ends fifth CALGAHY (CP) Marily: Daku of Calgary Elks' club cap- tured the Alberta Womens Open Golf championship Fri day with a 75 for a three-roun total of 223. Mrs. Daku was one over par for three days at the Earl Grev Club. Second in the tournamen was Betty Cole of Edmonto who shot a 79 Friday for total of 237, 14 strokes off th pace. Cathy Galusha, a clubmate o Mrs. Cole at Edmonton's high lands club, was third at 24: three strokes ahead of Marilyn Dahl of Calgary Elks. Mrs. Daku, who won her thir provincial title and her secon in a row Friday, will be joinec on the Alberta team to com pete for the National title Auf 9-14 at Vancouver fcy Mrs. Cole Miss Galusha and Miss Dahl. Fifth in the championshi was Barbara Horns of Leth bridge, who finished at 247, on stroke ahead Arlene McDona] of Calgary Country club. Named to the junior team I compete in the Canadian fina Aug. 3-6 at Victoria were Cari McBean and Sheila Robinson both of Calgary, and Gayl Enow of Edmonton, Four senior women, 60 an over, also were named to tak part in the Canadian genio championships at Toronto Aug 24-25. They were Pat Heisler Mike Saffold, Maureen Bu mann, all of Calgary, and Don Bray of Banff. long, ridden by Dewayne 'iseman. Banquet Knight was the ftrsit the finish line but following an inquiry, viewed by the track .ewards, Jewell was disquali- ed for interference and was laced fourth. The eventual winner of the eature outing was Delbert By- croft aboard Like A Cheetah. Rycroft, who turned in three winners for the second succes- ive day, took full advantage of ewell's antics and gave the J. I. Darling stables of Calgary purse as well as the B-Way Feeders blanket. For Rycroft, his three wins Friday gave him a stranglehold ead for top jockey honors. He ow has 12 winners and leads second place Larry Wiseman y four. Rycroft, before the cohtro- 'ersial seventh face, had rid en Woddah to victory in the bird race and Betabob in the ourth. With Rycroft guiding the way Waddoh combined with Jum's 'oy for a qutoella. The best crowd of the six-da Whoop-Up Days race meet some were on hand Fri day and wagered push ng the five-day total over the mark and officials o he Lethbridge Fair Board fore- see a record pari-mutuel handle ror the 1971 meet. Carl Schilling who has foun whining a difficult task afte capturing both ends of the daily double on opening day Mon day, romped home ahead of the >ack in the first race Fridaj and combined with Irish Col with Buddy Favero Up, in tie second to pay a daily doub .e of The exactor on the next to last day, the ponies leave to- day and won't return until the !all meet, saw Bill's Chop Chop inish ahead of Land Beyom 'or a payoff. In the eighth race, the las quinella of the day, Night Hack er reached the finish line be- fore Lloyd's Image for a payoff. TRACK SHOTS A number of ir'ate bettors questioned offi cials with regards to the out come of the seventh race bu the stewards' word was final as it should be Delbert Ry croft will have to go some better Gerry Kipling the to jockey last year in the initia Whoop-Up Days race meet. Kip ling won 18 races over the sis days leaving Rycroft six be- hind Kipling had bad luc the first two days, being dum] ed in the first race of each af ernoon's card, and hasn't rid den since Times still main well off the record thanks to Tuesday evening's downpour making for heavy funning Race fans are still unaware o the winner of Wednesday's dafl double of The win ner may be unkown but the fac remains there was a recorc payoff. More spoit on page 12 WHATEVER YOU THINK SON Reg K sler, on crutches, has turned the arena directorship over to his ion Greg for the 1 71 Whoop-Up Days rodeo but is keeping a close watch on Infield activities. Greg, wlh his back turned, has shared the duties of Infield boss with his father for many years at lethbridge rodeo. Big weekend for lacrosse Lacrosse will be the big sport as seven games are scheduled this coming weekend. In Lethbridge Saturday night the Native Sons find themselves in a do-or-die situation as they meet the Edmonton Spartans for an Alberta Junior Lacrosse League game. If the Sons come up with a victory they are assured of a playoff spot with only two games remaining in the sea- son. Game time is set for 8 p.m. at the Adams Ice Centre. In Taber Saturday night the Hawks will face the Edmonton Blues at while the North Glenora bantams win tangle with the Lethbridge Cornels at 7 p.m. Both games will be staged at the Taber Ice Centre. Sunday action will resume in Lethbridge at pm. with the Lancers taking on the Cal- gary Premiers. The Native Sons will Mow with their second AJLL game of the weekend at 2 p.m. against the Edmonton North Glenora Blues. The Spartans will travel to Taber to take on the Hawks at 2 p.m. Meanwhile last Thursday Balding shares opening lead REGINA (CP) Kip Puter- baugh and Jim Lawrie used borrowed clubs during the first round Friday to grab a share of the lead with veteran Al Bald- ing of Toronto In the 54-hole Saskatchewan open golf tourna- ment. All three had 68s, four under par on the Regina Golf Club course. They were one stroke ahead of Dave Oak- ley of Falls Church, Va., whose 32 on the back nine gave him 69. Puterbaugh, of La Jolla, Calif., turned in a hot round in ideal weather conditions with a borrowed putter. He had 32 putts. Lawrie, formerly a profes- sional in Thunder Bay, used a borrowed driver and chipped in his third shot on the par-five, 528-yard 13th hole. Balding was a bit depressed with his 68 because "I was get- nears mark WESTBURY, N.Y. (AP> Fresh Yankee moved a step closer to million in earnings by winning her 10th race in 14 starts this year capturing the Noble Victory Purse Fri- day night as Roosevelt Raceway opened n 72-night mooting. The eight-year-old mure, owned by Duncnn A. Mac- Donald, of Sydney, NiS., and driven by George Phalen. fin- toed tho milo in _ ting the ball within 15 feet of the pin but managed to one-putt only three greens." Five players were tied at 70 Morgan of Victoria, Tom MeGinnis of Memphis, Term., Gary Wintz of Holly Hills, Calif., John Elliott Jr. of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and Victor Regelado of Tijuana, Mexico. Elliott won the Manitoba open last week. Steve Lecrone of Amarillo, Tex., was alone at 71. The top amateur in the 160- man field was Lawrence Barn- ford of Saskatoon with a 72, the same scores turned in by 10 other golfers. The tournament ends Sunday. night the Native Sons travelled to Taber for a league game against the Hawks and suffered a 11-5 decision. Dave Smith and Brian Luco led the Hawks with three mark- ers each while Roger McAdam and Art Bareham chipped in with two. Ron Lowe added a single to the Hawks victory. Myron Currie, Rick Oredico, Reg Dawson, Wayne Bowes and Ken Hammerstedt notched a goal apiece for the Sons. In bantam action the LeSi- bridge crew shutout the Taber Bantams 4-0. Victor Trow, Brian MacLura, Henry Van Egtern and Francis DeCoste scored a goal each in the easy victory. MacDouald gets New Haven post CLEVELAND (AP) Parker MacDonald, 38-year-old native of Sydney, N.S., who coached Cleveland Barons of the Ameri- can Hockey League last season, was named Friday as the gen- eral manager and coach of New Haven, Conn., club, a new league entry in the 1972-1973 season. New Haven will have a work- ing relationship with Minnesota North Stars. LETHBRIDGE FISH and GAME RIFLE RANGE SHOTGUN WINNER was Mr. Stan Peszat Ticket No. 1337 Congratulations Stan, and thanks to all for support- Ing us In this projectl WRESTLING EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM Monday, July 26 8.30 p.m. RETURN BATTLE OF THE GIANTS Black Angus Campbell vs Mighty Ursui N.A. Champion lot Thornton vs Bob Piria International Tag Team Championship Bout Big Boult 52 S1.50 Box office opens 7 p.m. Wolch STAMPEDE WRESTLING on CJOC-TV SPORTS FANSl I BET YOU DIDN'T KNOW by GARY KIRK KIRK'S TIRE SAIES LTD. 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