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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, June LETHBRIDGE Galloping down the back stretch The dust was flying high as the horses and jockeys galloped down the home stretch in one of eight races staged at Whoop-Up Downs Friday night. Action continues today at 2 p m and races are slated to go each day next week Roundup of bowling scores CAPRI BOWL SR CITIZENS SPRING Myrt Bodie 205 Jessie McDonald 201 Jean Posterski 212 Maggie Oliver 271 (645) Kay Holte 200 Max Jasmmez 213 Henry Bechthold 216 (612) Harry Chapman 241 Frances Bambnck 238 Will Ness 264 Roy LaValley 220 Palmer leads Desert golf LAS VEGAS, Nev (AP) Sandra Palmer fired a three- under par 70 Friday for a two- stroke lead after the second round of the Desert Golf Tournament Three players tied for second, led by first-round leader Sue Berning who went from an opening-day 68 to a one over 74 Mrs Palmer s second straight round of 70 gave her a 140 total at the halfway mark of the 72-hole Ladies Professional Golfers Association tournament Also tied for second were Carole Jo Skala with 69 and Joann Carner at 68 One stroke further back at 143 were Donna Young after a 73 and Judy Rankin, who shot a 70 A half-dozen players were knotted at 144 followed by six at 145 and another six at even- par 146 TUESDAY AFTERNOON SPRING Peggy Forry 254 (720) Myrna Tymensen 238 (638) Mary Noss 242 (667) Eva Benis 236 Mary Nicolson 254 (601) Judy Tamayose 251 (666) Masa Goshmmon 264 (662) Dena Smith 266 (671) Delia Pearson 242 (605) Marg Seefned 317 (710) WEDNESDAY MORNING SPRING Mary Ann Ferber 263 (652) Eira Arisman 225 Ruth Miller 239 Linda Aspeslet 224 (647) Bev Sarafenchcn 286 (648) Ana Tetens 248 (672) Judy Ford 274 Mary Noss 238 (600) Bernice Pavan 247 Marlene Praskach 232 (619) Laverne Schow 226 WEDNESDAY NIGHT SPRING Ed Henderson 323 (889) Barb Jar vie 265 (629) Mary Negrey 243 (661) John Kovacs 256 (653) Karen Taylor 221 Bob Taylor 262 (653) Bruce Canfield 245 (658) Fred Mastro 237 (622) Gayle Storyack 200 Abe Enns 243 (621) John Rempel 223 (618) HOLIDAY BOWL SENIOR CITIZENS Will Ness 220 Rose Nunweiler 219 Jack Nunweiier 285 (631) Slim Berry 202 Betty Murtland 242 (625) Mane Arthur 206 Jim Arthur 213 Ben Evanson 236- Harry Long 232 (639) Bill Jensen 245 Norah Hofforth 251 (659) Harry Chapman 228 (631) Walter Baker 221 Dave Petrie 231 THURSDAY MIXED SPRING Ron Deak 282 (681) Frank Bernhart 237 Jim Malcomson 232 (655) Bob Olshaski 243 (680) Bernice Pavan 244 (670) Bill Tymensen 251 (695) Wayne Johnson 259 Joyce Kammski 240 (643) John Wecels 230 Ivor Carleton 247 WED. EVENING LADIES Carol Hall 255 (606) Karlyn Spitzer 294 (682) Jeanette Smeed 334 (794) Shirley Alexander 254 (705) Maria Jokuty 294 Loretta Kammski 233 Shirley Plontke 241 Carol Scon 234 Flora Donate 239 Grace Franz 232 MONDAY MIXED Ethel Skinner 300 (707) Roy Cunningham 328 (882) John Rempel 325 (781) Wilma Valer 317 (789) ROBERTS RATHOLE DRILLING DRILLED PILINGS Phone 527-5311 Medicine Hat UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT EL RANCHO TEXACO SERVICE (1974) Complete Auto Service Licensed Mechanic Texaco Petroleum Products Come in and meet Gene Teroya and Steve Hovind. We have over a total of 35 years Automotive experi- ence to serve you better H3EHTH Phone 327-5406 6 Ave. Sooth Mayor Migrath Drive WATCH FOR OUR GRAND OPENING COME IN AND SEE GENE STEVE FOR YOUR MOTORING NEEDS Helen Brown 323 (903) Sam Girardi 298 (730) Bob Spitzer 371 Darrell Lagler 285 (852) Ken Malcomson 286 (785) Linda Malcomson 285 Darwin Romanchuk 283 (789) Flora Donate 290 WED AFTERNOON LADIES Dorothy Sorensen 355 (808) Isabel Bergman 275 Sandra Hunt 278 (762) Roxanne Carney 246 (638) Dorothy Coolidge 240 Jen Hegi 273 (678) Eloise Ives 269 (666) Elsie Brown 230 Marg Dyck 234 Shirley Davies 236 Ruth Coppieters 239 Billie Jean likes crowds LOS ANGELES (AP) Tennis fans haven't been knocking down doors to see the new team concept but Billie Jean King isn't alarmed "We drew over 8 000 in Flor- ida and Buffalo and nearly 000 in the World Team Tennis star told a news conference Friday "Other teams aren t doing that well but if you look at the 16 teams' total attendance figures over a week, more people than ever are watching tennis That s the best part about it said Mrs King who plays for Philadelphia Mrs King also said that she's encouraged by boisterous even when they boo 'When I ran out onto the floor at Minnesota, I got a standing ovation from nearly 10 000 people I waited 30 for that It was really great I was talking to John New- combe of Houston EZ Riders and it s funny how we re the biggest drawing cards We go into these arenas with every- body rooting against us I love it "In Buffalo the fans were veiling and screaming on every serve, and I could feel it But I loved it and it s better than having everything so quiet that it shakes you when a pin drops Before the season I spent a week trying to get my team together for the noise Fred Stolle said he thought after a few matches that people would return to being a tennis crowd But after the first match against Pittsburgh, he turned to me and said. 'I have to eat m> words This is great for tennis Whoop-up Downs Selections FIRST For Syr and upward SEVEN FURLONGS Arts Shadow 121 Will run over these For Your File 119 Good enough for place Tenaki 124 Should be in the money or quit Flaming Blaze 116 Should set him on fire Count Dirk 116 Not likely Angry Sea 124 Never seems to get angry Stovepipe 121 Should be close Esprit de Speed 119 will beat some Hungryhawk 121 Probably winner if gets in Reserved Speed 124 Would be tough with these SECOND For 3 yr olds and upwards Claiming FIVE FURLONGS Hadason Mister Bewitched Win 'n Grin Lisa b Money Charger Green Port Pilgrim Maid Mister Bountiful Wayward Boy 121 121 121 116 124 121 119 121 124 Looks like a repeater Solid Campaigner Good enough for third First race a dandy In tough Too much speed for him Outside post hurts Will beat some Good opening race THIRD Quarter Horse yrs old and upward THREE FURLONGS Esceptabull 124 Should beat these Badger Flier 121 Good enough for place Whistler Be Fast..... 124 Gaining experience. Watch outl Queen s Printer 118 Lacks experience Sorrel Hummer 116 Outside post hurts Ramieon Leo 117 Long shot FOURTH New Tradition Rainy Dawn High Speed...... Two Penny Mist Capasm Heavenly Mm Spot Hunter G Flame My Feist Cactus Lill Thanks Again Son of Lathum For 3, 4 and 5 yr olds FIVE FURLONGS 117 Should beat these 116 Will get by some 120 Good enough for show 112 The one to beat 112 Too much to overcorre 119 Probably needs one 121 Will be close 117 Not enough fire 112 Unknown 111 Not likely 121 Winner if gets in 121 From running stable FIFTH 2 yr. olds maidens THREE FURLONGS Gallant Darcy 115 Rates high on this one Danny Luck 119 Should be a runner Shorty's Spirit 119 Ran good last time out Tom Court 122 Needs experience Brown G 114 Will pick up some of them Hey Kelly 119 Will be close Lloyds Spirit 114 An also ran Chantrella 114 Good enough for show Dashing Blue 119 Will show speed SIXTH 3 yr olds and SEVEN FURLONGS Buster Kid 121 Hard knocking campaigner Better than first start A real contender Should be a giddy-up Has speed Probably needs one Surprises occasionally Not with these Will pick up some Outside post will hurt Tickle Your Fancy 116 Brilliant Request 116 Woddah 121 Gnnner 121 Swishaway 124 Ice Alley 124 Shuswap Sam 121 Joeys Arch 121 Meo Class 119 SEVENTH For 3 yr olds and SEVEN FURLONGS Croft Lake 124 Looks like the best bet of the day Belmont Baron .121 The contender Ouilation 121 Good enough for show Nipawin 121 Needs Ihe breaks- Joanie Pie 119 Has speed Whos "Laughing 121 Smart win last time out Bedrock Je! 124 Jets burnt out Ruby Petite 116 Getting closer to her own kind Stormy Summer 116 Probable second if gets m Ladys Trip 121 Would need the breaks Gay StUche 111 An also ran EIGHTH For. 3 yr and FIVE FURLONGS Tapparatui 121 good Ginger Voya 111 run good enough to bMt UMM Slowpitch Ralph Thomson hit a home run as Advance Lumberjacks edged past Canadian Western Natural Gas in Men's pitch League action Bob McKeen was the winner while the loss went to Bob Ctotanzo In another game Safewav Slrcakers slipped past Jets fi-4 Caltabulous Copper Dan Yea! Wlagansn Canali 121 Win be close 121 IS named TiQtil 121 Not likely 124 Some good races 121 May surprise 116 SfeouM be in she money SUB 3. 4 and S rr- maidens. SEVEN FURLONGS Looks Kke a winner Run all the way Should have speed M ghl be Ned s nol m ne Lad's Fool Duel Fair Turning Blue Ned s Dpiighl Duel Fa r fire Cracker Chocolate Mi Shat on M Brass Hoj.1 117 121 117 117 121 121 112 119 121 In prcnma shown Mite Probable long wrth chanoe Well bred unt-npwn SCRATCH TIME 7-00 A M POST TIME 5-00 P M SECRETARY Shorthand-Typing Pleasant Personality Apply International Harvester OVERTIME WIN MIAMI (AP) Miami Toros outshoi Rochester Lancers 4-3 in overtime penalty kirks Friday night for a 1-0 North American Soccer League victory When regular play ended with the score 0-0 the teams received live penalty kicks each under a tie-breaking rule instituted by the NASL this Barbara Suitor guides Washougal to victory Washougal blasted his way out of the starting gate and galloped to a three length victory in the featured seventh race at Whoop Up Downs Friday night Some horse racing fans were on hand to take in the fourth day of racing and many more bettors are expected for today's action which was scheduled to get underway at two o'clock this afternoon In last night's feature race, jockey Barbara Suitor pushed Washougal into the early lead which Suitor and her mount never relinquished during the seven furlongs Washougal, who is owned and trained by Tom Marks of Halkirk, Alta grabbed a two length lead going around the final turn and increased it to three lengths coming down the back stretch Jancie Mane ridden by jockey Al Jeffries trailed Washougal for most of the race, but fell behind as jockey Herb McNally on top of Hope You Hurry and jockey Howard Boggs riding If By Chance slipped past the 8-1 long shot coming around the north east turn Washougal covered the seven furlongs in 1 29 4 and was followed by Hope You Hurry and If By Chance Washougal paid 40, 00 and for her first place while Hope You Hurry paid 80 and 50 for second and If By Chance paid 20 placing third Suitor and her mount were also presented with the Park Plaza Motor Hotel blanket for their victory LETHBRIDGE (CP) Race results from Whoop Up Downs Friday FIRST S1 000 claiming 3 year olds and up mile Big Bout (Jeffries) 6 70 3 20 2 70 Betabob (McNally) 3 40 2 60 Rocky Gleam (Clark) 6 00 Time 36 Silent Whisper Romo Brandy Cactus Lill Bomb Again also ran Track Scratch Twilight Mood SECOND 000 claiming 3 4 and 5 year old maidens 5 furlongs Spot Hunter (Linn) 8 80 3 70 2 90 Gallant Senor (Suitor) 3 20 2 80 Grants Delight (Boggs) 2 90 Time 1 01 Sharon H Baby Prize Chocolate Miss New Tradition Neds Delight also ran DAILY DOUBLE S75 20 THIRD S1 000 claiming 3 year olds and up 5 furlongs Majestic Eddie (Banl) 21 SO 12 20 800 Flying Exit (Pochynuk) 890 610 Oscar A (Jensen) 3 40 Time 59 Finley says no fighting MILWAUKEE (AP) Oak- land Athletics" owner Charles Finley told his players in a private meeting Friday he will tolerate no more fighting of the kind involving outfielders Reggie Jackson and Bill North in Detroit Wednesday Finley said he expressed his opinion in a 20-mmute session with Jackson. North and man- ager Alvin Dark in the Athletics clubhouse prior to a game with Milwaukee Brewers Finley said he met later for 20 minutes with the full team "Jackson has been accused of starting the fight over North's not hustling That is erroneous." Finley said "Reggie feels very bad about being accused of criticizing North "That is not the case at all." he continued "As a matter of fact Dark onlv a few ago commended North for his overall outstanding play Reggie did not give that to the they got into a fight because North was not hustling "Somebody put that in there said The owner gave no reckon for the outburst Ginger Voya Expanding John Bnstow Ta Tayet also ran Track Scratch Tiza Brother QUINELLA 30 FOURTH 000 claiming 3 year olds and up 7 furlongs Ryslo (Boggs) 27 70 9 00 5 60 Dreamin Demon (Suitor) 4 90 4 40 Viva Hope (Bourne) 4 80 Time 1 31 Summer In Rome Star K Lady Priddis Dandy Fair Ridge also ran Track Scratch Hungry Hawk FIFTH 000 claiming 3 year olds and up 5 furlongs Hadason (McNally) 4 40 2 60 2 30 Wayward Boy (Clark) 2 80 2 40 Tan Fasto (Tobacco) 3 00 Time 59 Chanfield Flight To Shannon Our Rebate also ran EXACTOR S810 SIXTH S1 000 claiming 3 year olds 5 furlongs Ibhs (McNally) 450 360 250 Shuswap Sam (Boggs) 4 90 2 90 Sandys Blue Hawk (Jeffries) 4 40 Time 1 00 Lady Sheba Wee Tosca Coun Dirk White Fleet Flaming Blaze also ran SEVENTH 500 feature race 3 year olds and up 7 furlongs Washougal (Suitor) 6 40 3 00 2 40 Hope You Hurry (McNally) 3 60 2 50 If By Chance (Boggs) 3 20 Time 1 29 Janice Marie Moorgate also ran Track Scratch Let s Rehearse EIGHTH 500 claiming 3 year olds and up 7 furlongs Joanie Pie (McNally) 1390 1200 7 80 Fire Line (Marshall) 4 20 4 10 Angie Sue (Boggs) 5 20 Time 1 31 Jakes Jewel Pebble Hill Brilliant Request Big Dandy Dexter Boy also ran OUINELLA S 3 10 Race results EDMONTON (CP) Northlands Park race results Friday FIRST 500 claiming 3-year- old maidens 6 furlongs Malias Melody (Billmgsley) 810 480 290 Sister Wolfe (Campbell) 7 90 3 80 HIJO Toke (Inda 4 70 Time 1 19 Proud Whistler Cactus Kitty Carevent Miss McGrm Derwent Queens Charm Khanhai Nipper also ran SECOND 31 500 claiming 3 year old maidens 6 furlongs Run With Love (Ray) 1730 650 410 Second Table (Kipling) 380 3 20 Hail To Lightning (Go'd) 4 40 Time 1 20 Mister Mission Regal Spirit Ju- lene Irene Goodnight Midnight Wind Maid Of Destiny Plucky also ran THIRD 500 claiming 4 year olds and up 6 Another Mission (Hedge) 1320 8 10 5 70 Fair Fizz (Ray) 46 60 10 10 Dreamer Girl (Inda) 5 20 Time 1 Ripple Rajah Mr Lament Major Dividend Norm s Mistake Pop The Cork Jean s Goldie My Son Michael also ran FOURTH Not available FIFTH S1 900 claiming 4 year olds and up one mile Rullah World (Giesbrecht) 940 470330 Kyed (Billmgsley) 6 10320 Morning Master (Shields) 2 80 Time 1 45 White Rose Erh Brazen Bully Aint Mates also ran EXACTOR. S57 80 Minor ball The Expos edged the Cardinals 10-9 in a Norcrest Little League contest Thursday night Winning pitcher Mark Leskosek scattered eight hit and fanned 10 Cardinal batters He also had two singles for the winners Floyd Moncnef added two safeties while Ian Weitz had a double for the Expos Tom Hennger had three singles for the Cards and Ron Mohne poked a double and a single Al Blankenship was tagged with the loss Raymond Taylor had four hits in five trips to the plate to lead the Bisons to a 21-14 victory over the Pumas in a Norcrest Farm League contest Chris Pederson was credited with the win for the Bisons Allen unhappy after signing TORONTO (CP) Offensive end Eric Allen announced Thursday he has signed a three year contract with Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League but he didn't sound happy about it "Why did I sign with Allen asked "As of now. I don't feel I made the best deal It was rumored earlier that Allen might play out his option with the Argos and join either Baltimore Colts of the National Football League or Chicago Fire of the World Football League DON KIRKHAM INSURANCE I AGENCIES LTD. Continues to Serve Southern 308 9th St. S. 328-1228 I OOUGBOYEfl 4 ANYTHING FIBREGLAS we can Jim McOuarrM Manager REPAIR WESCAN CAR TOP Ccwns 3W-4676 SIXTH S1 500 claiming 4 year olds and up 6 furlongs Eric s Own (Rasmussen) 9 60 5 50 390 My Master 10510 Pleiades Fortune (Hedge) 3 30 Time 1 Easygopaddy Old Fort Silk Bobbin Sultaons Diary Racenfic Fast Catch also ran SEVENTH S1 900 claiming 4 year olds and up 6 furlongs Mr Murphy (Gold) 9 30 3 90 2 50 Hey Joker (Hedge) 3 70 2 50 Regal Echo (Watson) 2 60 Time 1 Mr Wolfe and Guads Suex also ran EIGHTH S2 500 claiming 4 year olds and up 6 furlongs Jays Victory (Phelan) 7 60 3 80 2 80 Pops Lady (Kipling) 3 80 2 90 Flight Count (Whittle) 4 00 Time County Doctor Tea Coffee John Win A Point Wiffi Waffi also ran NINTH S1 900 claiming 4 year olds and up one mile Sprack (Wiseman) 7 30 4 50 4 20 Color Me Lucky (Niblett) 19 10 7 90 Khamite (Phelan) 4 80 Time 1 43 Montas Gem Lustrous Sun Miss Ballaspree Sheba s Spirit Two Whom Whonnock Willie Roar Of Mirth also ran SPORT FANS KNOW By GARY KIRK Heres a tough question Of all the men who have ever been in auto racing which one do you think won the most races in history7 Answer is Ralph DePalma who won the Indianapolis 500 in 1915 and won over 2 000 other races in his career And oddly enough DePalrna started as a bicycle racer He didn t switch to auto racing till later in his career yet wound up as the wmningest driver of all-time Did you know that a big league baseball player once made a home run by running BACK- WARDS' The date June 23, 1963 when Jim Pier- sail of the Red Sox socked one over the fence lor a homer, and then, just to do something funny, Piersall ran to first, second, third and home backwards There was no rule against it at the time, but soon after a rule was written that players must run forward But Jimmy Pier- sall goes down in the record rooks as the first and last man to get a big league homer run- ning backwards Heres an amazing fact thats hard to believe Second base- man Bobby Gnch of the Orioles made an error on only one ground ball all last season even though he played ir all '62 ga-nes' I bet you didn't know that the UNIROYAL FASTRAK POLYESTER has 4 tough plies of polyester, 78 series for that low, low wide husky look. tread depth for long dependable mileage Sw KIRKS... lor the bsst dnl for every wheel! KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. "The Tire Experts" Your UNIROYAL Dealer UNIROYAL 3 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU LETHBRIDGE 1621-3rd Ave. S. PHONE 327-5985 Kirk's Calgary 1210 -45 Avi N.E 276-5344 KIRK'S TIRE (TABBfllTB. 6201 50 223-3W1 ;