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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, June 12, 1974 Anxious moments, but jockeys ride Hope You Hurry did just that Bill is beginning to like the winner's circle at Whoop-Up Downs West, along with John Lengvel owns and tiains Hope You Hurry and that is just what the four-year old did Tuesday evening at Whoop-Up Downs Hope You Hurry almost didn't get a chance to btrut his stuff as jockevs threatened not to ride if they weie not given more monev According to exhibition manager Andy Andrews the situation is now well in hand Both sides appear to be satisfied with a settlement made Tuesday evening and racing will continue today. Thursday and Friday at five and Saturday at two o'clock Meanwhile. Herb McNally romped to victory aboard Hope You Hurry in the College Mercury Purse earning for West and Lengvel the lion's share of the purse up for grabs Hope You Hurry showed his heels to the field of seven other horses with his time of 1 30 1 over the seven furlongs If By Chance, with Howard Eskimos to sue Britts, CFL will not fold up A new car Gordon Patterson, president of College Mercury, hands over the keys to a new car to Ron Lyon of the Lethbridge Broncos Monday The car will be used by coach Earl Ingarfield Havelange ousts leader Rous iReuten Joao upentd a new page in world -natr Tuesday when he be- came the iirst South ican president of the international football federation (FIFA) after ou-tmg Britain s Sir Stanley in tin emotional election Havelange a millionaire ended Europe s monopoh of world -octer top job b1 beating Sir president tor the last 1', b% 68 votes to 52 on the second ballot b% emotion Hdtelange Mirfaced from a rum of jubilant South to i hope I can follow in the footsteps of Sir Stanley He is the best president FIFA ever r.ad Si i Stanlev 79 left the bemoaning the political overtones of the FIFA congress citing the debate in China did not gain re- admission to the federation Some of the statements which were made were blatant lies he said Havelange who spent S400.000 on a three-year election campaign during which he visited more than 80 countries led on the first ballot by 62 votes to 56 with lour spoiled but did not get the two-tnirds needed to win outright On the crucial second ballot decided by a simple majority he by 16 votes with two spoiled Delegates also discussed Kuwait s proposal for the re admission of China in place of Taiwan in FIFA After an Ethiopian amend- ment that the China question should be decided on a simple majority was defeated, dele- gates did not vote the three- quarters majority required tor China s re admission Voting was 59 in tavor of China and 47 China alreadv has gamed re admission to six ing ice hockev rowing skating and and this is enough to pave the way for its entry in the 1976 Olympics But re- admission to the football federation which they left in 1958 was their primarv target Chang Chm-Tzao. secretary of the Taiwan Football Associ- ation said the decision should stop further expulsions from international sports organizations have two Germany s two Vietnams and two Koreas whv not two Chinas9 EDMONTON (CP) Edmonton Eskimos are "definitely in the process of filing a suit against (Sam) Bntts." a former Eskimo middle linebacker who has signed with the Detroit Wheels of the World Football League, says Norm Kimball, Eskimos' General Manager Britts named to the Western Football Conference All-Star team in his rookie vear in 1973 signed with the WFL Monday He was joined by offensive tackle Dennis Kemp of Calgary Stampeders and defensive back Rocky Long and defensive lineman Mike Walker both of British Columbia Lions All four are on their option years with their Canadian Football League clubs The Lions are also filing suit against Walker and Long A recent semi-annual CFL meeting in Edmonton decided that clubs would sue players who jumped their contracts with the league However Louis Lee President of the Wheels said the WFL is willing to be sued because it is certain Canadian contracts can be overturned in United States court "They 11 plav for us this year." said Lee And the WFL will start signing CFL TITLE FIGHT SET MELBOURNE middleweight boxing champion Tony M u n d i n e will fight Argentina s Carlos Monzon for the world title in Buenos Aires September 7 Mundine s trainer manager Ern McQuilla said Tuesday players who have one two or even three years left on their contracts Fastball Doug Hartley fired one hit ball for seven innings and paced the LaDor Club Athletics to an easy 10-0 shutout over the Picture Butte Rae Motors in Southern Alberta Major Men's Fastball League action Tuesday night Hartley faced only 19 hitters during the tilt allowing only a scratch single to Rick Davies in the fourth frame while striking out seven Hartley Phillips suffered the loss going the distance and was tagged for 10 hits while fanning three Howe paced the Athletics' attack with two doubles and a single while Ken Mutton added two singles Meanwhile in the second game of the evening Pic A Pop earned their first victory ot the season by defeating York Farm Generals 9 4 Greg Bmnings with relief help from Albert Sackman picked up the mound win while Tom Yip who gave wav to Elliott in the fourth inning took the loss Eugene Yamada led the winners at the plate stroking three singles while Bob Harris added two and Brian Robinson a three run home run TIRE OFFER AUTOMOTIVE CENTRE 3P7S i3 1 PRICE 1 I65SP 13 BP73 '4 1 i65SD 15 1 No PRICED TO MOVE. '--'iT'c PWR8ADIAI SUPERIOR HANDLING I MILEAGE GAS SAVING RADIAL TRACTION ,THRU THIS WEEKEND MILEAGE GUARANTEED MILES 40 MONTHS TUNE-UP TUNE-UP STP OIL KITS ORION PILE TREATMENT tfft 1O SEAT COVERS .89 2 "4 EAT COV 744 GTR CAR MATS MAG WHEELS STEREO 4" 4 ,SJ, O-T h iq 1 V9 m TURTLE LIQUID JACK STAND CAR WAX 2 FOR 333 COMPLETE Most PREMIUM 1 SO MONTH I JigP 7t ?4f 1J 37 3S 7i r-3. DISC BRAKE OVERHAUL 79" 4 PLY TIRE VALUE M- r- C.UAH1MUD 30000 WlliS i K k., s Trip Lanes Best also ran SEVENTH 000 claiming 3 year olds and up 7 fu'longs Tickle Your (Jensen) 790 4 20 3 70 Prerequis 'e (McNally) 8 80 6 60 Flyira Exit (Boggs) 5 30 Time 1 30 Tommv Two Bits Happy Centavos Summer In Rome Arthur D also ran OUINELLA S1900 Whoop-up Downs Selections THURSDAYS' SELECTIONS FIRST For 3 yr. olds and SEVEN FURLONGS Betabob Viva Hope Stove Pipe Flaming Blaze Chanfield Stormy Summer Well Received 121 Speed and should last 121 Should be close 121 Wil be running at the end 116 Should be set on fire 121 Old timers surprise sometimes 116 Wi'h his own 121 Long shot SECOND For 3 yr olds and S1.000 FIVE FURLONGS Copper Dan Chino's Annie Duel Fair n Toes Pnde of r.lacs Romo Braids Sallv Princess Court D 121 Good enough to beat these 124 Consistent here 121 Smart win last time out 121 POPS up occasionally 119 Has speed 124 Recent efforts poor 116 need ore 116 Showing THIRD For 3. 4 and 5 yr olds THREE FURLONGS Lets Rehearse 110 Should have speed Wild Rouser 121 Big Plume 116 No-1h IV 112 Teras Pr de 116 Should be close Needed last Watch out' Has good rider Lonq shot much of prize Famous Mart ooM hu-K qo -veil v.ith 'hese FOURTH SSOO For Claiming S1.000 FIVE FURLONGS Green Port opening efforts Western be close with these Mr Rideabout overcome outside post Speed s shot CKca- usually closo Sla- K run-Mna v.cl! FIFTH S700 and Thoroughbreds. For 3 yr. old upward FRURLONGS Esceplabull be away and winging Silent Dream of the contenders Go Sure Shot win last time Shining Rod posit on G wilh Hadason Night Call August Mom M 121 121 121 116 121 121 116 SEVENTH For 3 yr olds and upward Undefeated at meet Should go well with these Should picK up some tpr-ort CWK.is.Vrvi Too IDT h m 'ITSI Van Strangers Luck Wayward Boy A-Belmont Baron A 01.fT 5lT'dr Jir f V-JT EIGHTH For 3 yr and S1 000 1 1 14f 121 Should handle these Monty B Arts Shadow 121 Expanding Spx-i-d B' i s'1 PTI IC-T Alley f P nlgr 116 r nrr 171 Running well 119 Could upset OPQ vvth Pi C 124 TOM V'ry frT c. -sir n" 1 r r n f Race results EDMONTON (CP) Race results Irom Northlands Park Tuesday FIRST 500 claiming 2 year olds 3'? furlongs Fmtry Castle (Ray) 4 60 2 70 2 40 Hi Bonded (Burrell) 3 40 2 30 Black Job (Kipling) 330 Time 41 Sally Sunshine River Charmer Tokar Green Page also ran SECOND S1 500 claiming three year olds 6 furlongs Le Flame D Hiver (Sorenson) 56 90 1840 660 Last Entry (Campbell) 4 40 2 80 Coral Balcony (Phelan) 4 10 Time 1 14 Essentially Free Aid Willy Desperado Dream Day Eager Aler Mistic Shadow and Carpathian also ran DAILY DOUBLE S136.20 THIRD 500 claiming 4 year olds and up 6 furlongs Wmarica (Watson) 12 30 4 20 2 90 Northern Skipper (D Wiseman) 3 60 2 90 Pine Pass (R 4 30 Time 1 13 Ghants Bay Miss Easter Day Royal Horseguards Amber Day Proud Country Lovely Jewell and Seattle s Ribbon also ran FOURTH S1 600 claiming 4 year olds and up 6 furlongs Andys Arab (Inda) 7 40 3 40 2 50 Cloudv River (Barroby) 3 60 2 50 Destiny s Favour (Whittle) 270 Time 1 13 Jellico What A Blend Keep Aloof also ran FIFTH 51 600 claiming 3 year olds six furlongs Flying None (Wisem.in) 580 360 340 Snow Joke (Sorenson) 610 4 50 Another Chmo (Burrell) 9 50 Time 1 15 Miss Heart Bookstore Ed Wandering Miss Senator Sam Burning Memories Eternity Belle also ran QUINELLA. SIXTH 300 claiming 4 year olds and up 1 mile Powerful Pop (Gold) 1620 830 580 Hes A Cookie (L Wiseman) 7 20 5 00 Bute Boy (Hedge) 5 60 Time 1 40 Mr L C In The Groove Ma'kct Dans Artist Bum Money Kool Turk A Mistake also ran SEVENTH S3 100 allowance 4 year olds and up 6 furlongs Already Fair Eye (Whittle) 20 50 890 530 Silver Double 9 20 6 30 Sword And Bottle (Hedge) 420 Time 1 12 Windsors Jimmy Belmont Road Cypress Cove Cyternity Comptoir Tracy Jay Irish Feather also ran EIGHT" 52 100 claiming 4 year olds and up 1 mile Sione (Rycroft) 1370 680 350 Yalta ,Norns) 820 490 Sandys Splendour (Stadnyk) 330 Time 1 41 Glib Beyond The Moon Parkland Prince Prairie Hill Divvy Up Rmna also ran Track Scratch Over School QUINELLA S45 10 SIXTH For 3 yr olds and FIVE FURLONGS ttVE FURLONGS 117 Looks Irtte the winner 124 Rarely runs bad 121 Inside posl helps 117 rur fi nq 'c Utjrrrq uvr-H 117 TJol ihrc-c "i 1 6 f rgrr e, rf jll ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East W L Pet. GBL Philadelphia 31 27 534 St Louis 29 27 518 1 Montreal 26 25 510 11 Chicago 22 30 423 6 New York 23 33 411 7 Pittsburgh 21 33 389 8 West Los Angeles 42 18 708 Cincinnati 32 24 571 8 Atlanta 32 52 552 9 Houston 31 29 517 11 San Francisco 30 31 483 12 2 San Diego 24 40 375 20 TODAY'S GAMES Chicago Reuschel (4-4) at San Francisco Bradley (6-5) New York Parker (1-4) or Stone (2- 4) at Atlanta Morton (7-5) Cincinnati Kirby (4 3) at Montreal Rogers (7 5) Philadelphia Carlton (8 4) at Houston Wilson (3-3) Pittsburgh Demery (O-1) or Kison (2-3) at San Diego Freiselben (4 2) St Louis Curtis (3-6) at Los Angeles Sutton (6-4) TUESDAY'S RESULTS 120 COO 000 7 0 Atlanta 010 001 100 11 1 Seaver Sadecki (9) Miller and LEAGUE LEADERS American League AB R H Pel Carew Mm 34 81 388 Jackson Oak 184 37 69 375 Olna Mm 172 14 57 331 Blomberg NY 136 22 44 324 Rudi Oak 221 27 71 321 Robinson Bal 200 16 320 Kelly Chi 163 24 52 319 Bando Oak 138 30 44 319 YaMrzomski B 196 39 62 316 But'oichs 228 35 12 316 Horn" rjls Jack- 15 Allon Chicago n SU-TO ichs 55 Pitching ti> Petty C 10 1 Ed Podnquoz SCRATCH TIME 7-00 A M POST TIME 5-00 p m BEST BET STRANGERS tUCK No 5 7lh RACE LONG SHOT. 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