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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, June 10, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 9 Impressive win in Belmont Little Current shows the way Race results EDMONTON (CP) Northlands Park race results Saturday: FIRST claiming. 2 year olds. 3V4 furlongs Miss Apache (Wiseman) 8.90 3.20 2.40. Jay's Pink Baby (Beserra) 2.80 2.30. Alena's Honey (Shields) 2.60 Time :41 Swoon For Peace. Gracious Host. Talladale also ran SECOND allowance. 3 year olds. 6 furlongs Phantom Chic (McCauley) 6.50 3.80 2.70, Bazatha (Shields) 4.00 2.30. White Light (Pearson) 2.90. Time: Little Roscoe. Sans Faute. Chanson Du Nord, Mar Jo's Miss also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: S30.70. THIRD claiming, 4 year olds and up, one mile Arctic John (Rasmussen) 7.40 3.60 3.30. Gogo Mack (Gold) 4.30 3 70. Shy Pirate (Pearson) 7.00. Time: Ir'IS. Sharp Reply. Indian Lake. Cenalta Rocky. Fast Friday. Kaps Call, In Again Finnegin. Go Gypsy also ran. QUINELLA: FOURTH S1.600. claiming. 4 year olds and up, 5 furlongs Old Whiskey (D. Wiseman) 13.00 5.60 3.60, Blue Carat (Rycroft) 4.20 3.00, Obligation (Shields) 3.30. Time: Juigaidie. Count's Equal, Karefree Duke. Road Break also ran. FIFTH S2.100. claiming, 3 year olds. 6 furlongs Wynmac (Whittle) 5.40 4.30 3.'10. Rimrock Gal (Niblett) 11.80 6.40, Marsha's Venture (Phelan) 4.50. Time: Ole Richy, Frozen Planet, Dangling Maid. Brown Rundle, Merry's Hi C.. Just Magic also ran. EXACTOR: SIXTH 51.900 claiming. 4 year Olds and up, 6 furlongs New Alert (Beserra) 14.00 8.00 5.30. Spanish Gold 6.10 3.60. Merry Muffet (Gold) 3.30. Tamahac. Split Bat. Four And Score, lay's Talent. Fire Speed, Hard To Know also ran. SEVENTH S2.100. claiming. 4 year olds and up. 6 furlongs Tame Prince (Rasmussen) 6.20 4.20 3.70, Aunt Areta (Shields) 4.80 4.10, Bermark (Giesbrecht) 6.90. Time: Phil's Hope. Law Boss, Prince Of Northlands. Gemation. Sailor's Knal. Sandswift. Mighty Hawk also ran. EIGHTH added, The Spangled Jimmy, 4 year olds and up, one mile Trochu Joe (Rasmussen) 15.40 7.20 4.50. Jay (Gold) 4.00 3.30. Picture Frame (Niblett) 3.90. Time: Eagles Host. Major Presto, Dozen Dancer also ran. NINTH claiming, 4 year olds and up. 6 furlongs Patmos 7 20 4.20 3.40. Some Hand (McCauley) 7 50 5 50. Careless (Rasmussen) 3.20. Time- T14 Black Ogre. Hills Ot Snow, Air Strike. Skinny Sipper, Nayu, Cloud Chaser also ran. ATTENDANCE: 8.116. BETTING: NEW YORK (AP) Thor- oughbred racing's three-year- old division, leaderless for much of the year, finally has Current. "Little Current beat every- thing in the Preakness and ev- erything Braulio Baeza said after finishing fourth on Rube The Great as Little Cur- rent won the Belmont Stakes Saturday. "Little Current is a very good horse." The John Galbreath-owned colt flashed past Jolly Johu and Kentucky Derby-winner Cannonade with a little more than an eighth of a mile to go and won the Belmont by seven lengths, the same margin by which he won the Preakness. Jolly Johu finished second, a nose in front of Cannonade. In the Preakness, Little Current shot through on the rail to win, but in the Belmont Miguel Rivera took him outside in the stretch. "I went outside because I knew they would be looking for me on the said Rivera. "They say it was a poor field but my horse, he's the greatest." And with some race luck, the son of Sea-Bird might have been a Triple Crown winner. Because of the large field in the Current's come-from-behind style got him into traffic trouble. But he did close from 21st, 22 lengths back, after a half mile, to finish fifth GVz lengths back of Cannonade. "I think he deserves a little rest said trainer Lou Rondinello. "Then we'll point him toward Saratoga." "I'd like to run in the Travers at Saratoga Aug. said owner John Galbreath, an international sportsman. points that way." Henderson not protected MONTREAL (CP) Only a few of hockey's better-known names were made available Sunday night for today's Na- tional Hockey League intra- league draft. Each of the existing NHL teams was allowed to protect 18 players for the proceedings with NHL-owned goalkeepers and first-year professionals exempt from claim. All NHL-owned players not NOTICE PUBUC HEARING BrY Publk Utilities Board THE PUBLIC UTILITIES BOARD FOR THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA IN THE MATTER OF "The Public Utilities Board Act" being Chapter 301 of the Revised Statutes of Alberta, 1970: AND IN THE MATTER OF "The Gas Utilities Act" being Chapter 158 of the Revised Statutes of Alberta 1970: AND IN THE MATTER OF a case of urgency respecting the supply and the price of bu- tanes for use in highway construction and maintenance in Alberta by Canadian Propane Gas Oil Ltd. or its customers. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING WHEREAS, by Order No. 30763. dated May 31st. 1974. the Public Utilities Board ordered that persons owning, operating, managing or controlling gas utilities in Alberta named .in the-Order supply butanes to Canadian Propane Gas Oil Ltd. at a net price of (Canadian) per Canadian gallon f.o.b. delivery point payable within thirty days after the date of the invoice for the purposes and on the terms and conditions set out in the Order; AND WHEREAS the Public Utilities Board further ordered Canadian Propane Gas Oil Ltd. to supply butanes to customers named in the Order at a net price of (Canadian) per Canadian gallon f.o.b. point of use payable within thirty days after the date of the invoice for the purposes and on the terms and conditions set out in the Order. TAKE NOTiCF person or any party concerned or affected by Order No may obtain a copy of Jhe Order at the of- fices of Jhe Public Utilities Board 436 Petroleum Plaza. 9945 108 Street. EDMONTON. Alberta. 909 John J Bowlen Building. 620 7tn Avenue S.W. Calqarv- Albefta. between the hours of 8 30 AM and 4 30 P M Monday Jo Friday AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that the application of any party affected by Order No. 30763. requesting the Board to hear and consider such application and to make such further or other Order as seems just, will be heard in the Court House in the City of Calgary, in the Province of Alberta, on Monday, the day of June, A.D. 1974, commencing at o'clock in the fore- noon. DATED AT THE CITY OF CALGARY, in trip Province of Alberla this 31sl clay of May AD 197J S M. 8AWNETT. Actmq Secretary. protected or exempt from the draft are available for claim by other'NHL clubs at a claiming price of (U. S. The maximum loss to an NHL club cannot exceed one player. New York Rangers, who lost out to Philadelphia Flyers in the Stanley Cup semi finals, decided to leave veteran forwards Bruce MacGregor, Bobby Rousseau and defenceman Jim Neilson off their list. Last week, Neilson was re- ported to be part of a deal which would see centre Derek Sanderson head to the Rangers from Boston Bruins, forward Walt McKechnie going to the Bruins from California Golden Seals and Neilson to the Seals. The deal was supposed to take place during today's draft but Sanderson and McKechnie were protected. Toronto Maple Leafs dropped left winger Paul Henderson from their list as well as minor leaguer Joe Lundrigan. Henderson's signing with Toronto Toros of the rival World Hockey Association is expected to be announced today. Atlanta Flames left veteran forward Leon Rochefort and Doug Mohns, a 40-year-old de- fenceman off their list while St. Louis Blues dropped veteran forward-Nick Harbaruk, defenceman Ted Harris and fourthline centre John Wright from their squad. Philadelphia Flyers decided to drop defenceman Barry Ashbee from their protected list. Ashbee, ,who suffered an eye injury during the Stanley Cup playoffs, announced his retirement last week saying he could not regain enough sight in the eye to play again. Also cast adrift by the Flyers was Bruce Cowick, a forward, who saw part-time duty in the playoffs. There was speculation Mon- treal Canadiens would drop veteran left winger Frank Mahovlich from their 18-man list, but he was protected. Mahovlich is negotiating with the Toros, who have offered him a multi-year pact. Any player selected in today's proceedings must be included on the claiming team's protected list for Wednesday's expansion which will stock Washington Capitals and Kansas City Scouts. Each NHL team will be per- mitted to protect 15 skaters and two goalkeepers for the expansion draft. Whoop-up Downs Selections FIRST For 3 yr. old nukteiu FIVE FURLONGS Lets Rehtarse 117 Quaintly Blue 114 Short Lu 114 Tami Tik 114 Gallant Sis 114 New Choice 119 Rae's Auction 109 turn Will have to hurry Could be Still a maiden Should place Not today Your guess SECOND For 3 yr. o.d maiden. Classic Journey 122 Meds Delight 119 Turning Blue Chocolate Miss 109 Mr. Go Lucky 119 Noralta Midge 117 THIRD For 4 and 5 yr. Thanks Again 121 Son of Lathum 121 Never Like Vic 121 Teras Pride 111 Lady Whirlago 111 Maiestic Rule 119 F.re Cracker 121 Wild Rouser 121 Looks like the winner Bad actor runs all the way Will show speed Ran good race Friday Will need luck Not likely old maidens FIVE FURLONGS Inside makes him a winner Daddy could run Should bt close Too much to overcome Chance for a slice Should improve from opening Not too explosive Needs one FOURTH For 3 yr. and SEVEN FURLONGS Should beat Good for place A contender Other races dull Likes the distance Has shown little OLd timer might surprise Hasn't shown much here Dreamin Demon 116 Stormy Summer 116 Sandy's Blue Hawk 121 Wee Tosca......... 121 Arts Shadow........ 121 Romo Brandy 124 Chantield...... 121 Count Liltl" 124 FIFTH For 3 yr. end FIVE FURLONGS Old timer will beat Fun Sale 124 Betabob........ Reserved Speed Cactus Lili Pride ol Macs Twilight Wlood 121 121 111 124 124 The horse to beat Win run all the way Too tough tor Lill Little speed but not enough A also ?an SIXTH R For 3 yr. and FIVE FURLONGS The winner Inside position should help One good race Mot perlmming well Could surprise Probably needs one From a consistent stable shot WaywardBor.............. 124 119 Poll 116 Ta Tayel 116 Countless Pilate 116 Wynscope 121 Chmo's Annie 124 Baton O'Ot 121 SEVENTH RACE-WOO. For 3 upward II By Chance Top Chief Lanes Best Hope You Hi.'ny ClrffOT'rf M Marts Pass Duchess Doll Lady's Trip EIGHTH RACE-fSOO. For 3 yr. 121 121 1 15 121 Can best this kind Will go well with these Needs more distance Consistent oetlotmer Unknown Runs all the way Could be a slee-oet Has beerri running well Arthur D Happy Cvntavos Prerequisite Tommy Two Bits flying Tick.'e Your fancy Summer in flomc olds SEVEN FURLONGS Speed and Could Last Should go well wHh these W Tight a wirpfiei Should be two cents Sometime surfjrises Not my lancy A 121 119 121 1 16 124 SCRATCH TIME A.M. POST TIME P.M. 8EST BET FUN SALE No. 2-Sfh Race LONG SHOT DUCHESS DOLL No. 2-Tlh Get a great General 4 -ply tire at a pushover price... N this week only! Buy this week and save! Where else could you get a tire like the General 4-ply polyester from Nowhere. This special price is for six days and six days only. If you want to save money, you've got to act fast. Our sale is for one week only. It ends this coming Saturday. Size 8-78-13 Whitewall. ELRICH TIRE LTD. 402 1st Avenue South Phone 327-6886 327-4445 BOW ISLAND Phone 545-2515 "The tire experts with the low prices." ;