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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, June 13, 1974 YES! we are accepting registrations for CHRISTMAS BOOKINGS TO HAWAII no deposit required ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The Herald Sports Whoop-up Downs Selections Race meet enters final three days Marks' Roly Minx was tops FRIDAY'S SELECTIONS FIRST RACE S500. For and 5 year old maidens. FIVE FURLONGS Shelly M 116 Silent Whisper 121 Capasin 112 New Tradition 117 Princess Gracie 119 Hi Speed 120 Heavenlv Min 119 Cactus Lill 111 Needs a win Wiii go Will push Iti ias! company Your guess One more chance Not today Unknown SECOND RACE S500. For 3 year olds and upward. Claiming FIVE FURLONGS College Count 124 Pixie Belle................. 111 Tapparatus 121 Tizza Brother 124 Ta Tayet 116 Bomb 121 Flving Exit 16 Jake's Jewel 116 Knows the way Lead post Will be tough Your guess Could be there Not today Hasn't shown much Ask Jake THIRD RACE S500. For Meo Class Prerequisite 121 Mister Bountiful 121 Dreams Demon 111 John Br-stol 124 Never I" 121 Teraki 124 Two Pennv Mist 112 3 year olds and upward. Claiming SEVEN FURLONGS 119 Will be pushing Will be in there Good bet Your guess Unknown Not today Will need a break Needs one FOURTH RACE S300. Quarter Horse Race 3 year olds and upward. Allowance. THREE FURLONGS Queen's Printer 113 Should be in there Whistler Be Fast 124 Will have to hurry Sorrel Nibs 116 Has had the practice Shining Shadow 121 Meeds shorter race Rambieon Leo 117 Has the breeding Threatm Jet 120 Not today Sorrei Hummer 116 Don't know FIFTH RACE S500. For 3 year olds and upward. Claiming FIVE FURLONGS Money Charger 124 Knows how Mr. Rideabout 124' Good bet Might to Shannon 124 Not today Wynscope 116 Will push Rudy Pet-ie 116 Not this time Sky Fire 124 Meet time Brass Host 119 Good bet Svmbaoe 121 Unknown SIXTH RACE S500. For 3 year olds and upwards. Claiming SEVEN FURLONGS Will be there Could be tough Old timer Needs a bomb Don't know Will be pushing Will have to swish Big Bambi 121 Angie Sue 116 Whirlagale 119 Paris Pass 124 Set your 121 Gypsvs Freedom 121 Swishaway 124 124 Not today SEVENTH RACE S900. For 3 year olds and upward. Claiming ONE AND ONE-SIXTEENTH MILE Fire Line 124 Will be tough Bet him Should place Will be hustling Not today Who's Laughing 121 Nipawin 121 Hasty Beau '21 Monty B 121 Maaansir Could be upset EIGHTH RACE SSOO. For 3, 4 and 5 year old maidens. SEVEN FURLONGS Compelling's Last 121 Will have to improve Chocolate Miss 112 Should win Gramp's Delight 121 Too old Noraita Midge 115 Not today Mister Go Lucky 117 May be ready Neds Delicti! 121 Good horse Firecracker 116 Could be Majestic Rule........ 121 Have to hustle SCRATCH TIME a.m. POST TIME p.m. LONG 4 6th RACE BEST 1 6th RACE Holy Minx was almost four seconds off the track record Wednesday at Whoop-Up Downs but it didn't matter. Owned and trained by Art Marks of Coalhurst. Roly Minx covered the seven- furlong feature distance in The track record of was set by Tame Prince in the Fall Race Meet of 1973. But that held very little significance Wednesday as Yves Baril sat atop Roly Minx in the winner's circle and received the Art Williams Agency blanket. Roly Minx paid 55.50, and S2.60 as he bested Hasty Beau, ridden by Fred Tobacco. Third place in the feature race went to Brian T. Grumblings were heard after Tuesday's meager payoffs but Wednesday's FIRST S1.000. claiming. 3 year olds and up. 3 furlongs Speedy Kim (Dunham) 6.70 4.10 3.40. Tis A Brother (McNally) 10.30 3.60. Rocky Gleam (Boggs) 3.40. Time :36 Redirect. Baron Beren. Canal Princess. Mr. Rideabout also ran. SECOND S1.000. claiming. 3 year olds and up. 7 furlongs Our Rebate Boggs) 16.30 5.00 2.90. Neo Class (Bourne) 3.80 2.40. Pan Fasto (Tobacco) 2.40. Time Esprit De Speed. Pnddis Dandy. Joey's Arch. Brilliant Request also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: S42 50 THIRD S600. allowance. 2 year old maidens. 3 furlongs Another Bob (McNally) 5.10 3.00 2.60. Mr. Astronaut (Howard) 3.00 2.60. Heppner's Sis (Tobacco) 15.50. Time :38 Be There Julie. Billy Comacho. Anita's Jewel. Dashing Blue also ran. QUINELLA: S7.70. FOURTH 5500. allowance. 3. 4 and 5 year old maidens. 5 furlongs Rae's Auction (Dunham) 6.70 4.90 2.50. Beater Betty (Boggs) 4.40 2.70. Brass Host 3.10. Time Shamrock Billy. Lab's Fool. Silent Ned. Famous Panorco. Miss Robs also ran. FIFTH 5500. allowance. 3. 4 and 5 year old maidens. 7 furlongs Compelling's Last (Bourne) 8.00 4.30 3.10. taniaki's Son (Tobacco) 9 20 3.60. Grant's Delight (Boggs) 3.30. Time Sharon H. Gallant Senor. Count Dirk also ran. EXACTOR: Si24 00. SIXTH S2.000. claiming. 3 year olds and up. 5 furlongs Narrabeen (Clark) 12 00 4.90 4.10. Caltabulous (Boggs! 3.90 4.20. Ruby Petite (Dunham) 3.30- Time Canel Hope. Pay Day Pat. Gypsy's Freedom. Spot Hunter also ran. SEVENTH S1.500. claiming. 3 year olds and up. 7 furlongs Roly Minx (Baril) 5.50 3.00 2.60. Hasty Beau (Tobacco) 4.30 2.SO. Brian T (McNally) 2 50 Time Ky Chino. Lady's Trip. Muy MalO, Jake's Jewel also ran. EIGHTH S1.000. claiming. 3 vear olds and up. 5 furlongs Cariboo Trail (McNally) 6.00 3.00 2.50. Pixie Belle (Dunham) 4.60 2.50. Tiny's King (Baril) 2.20. Tirr.e :59 Mint Green. Sky Fire. Symbaoe. College Count also ran. QUINELLA: S14.80. Don't take tire trouble on your vacation. Take Michelio radials instead. For many Canadians, vacaiion-jime is travel-time. So y can make the most o Little League Baseball Inc. announced Wednesday that girls can play on its teams because of "the changing social ciimate." The announcement was made by ihe Softball RiUway Flames tallied five rani; jn the first inning and wont on to thump Great West Tires Majesties 26- U in a City Women's Softball League came Wednesday night. -lane Busowsky who was relieved by Brenda Lazarick after only facing four batters picked up the win while Ruth Miller suffered the loss. Hoi lie Wheeler led the winners at the plate with four singles while Busowsky added a home run and a single. (iayle 5'illmg managed ihrer singles in a losing cause. Block Bros edged All-Star Sporls 10-9 in a City Men's Slowpiirh League game Wednesday night. 11 w3s the first loss of Ihe season for the All-Stars. board and the trustees of the Little League Foundation. has headquarters here. The policy is effective immediately. The board said it has peti- 11 o n e d the House of Heprcscnlalives judiciary committee to introduce appropriate legislation to amend Little League's fed- eral charter under which if has "peratfd since 3964. The league cautioned it was only opening enrollment in its program to girls, not guaran- teeing that cirls would he placed on team.1-" "Whether thry play or not would depend on managers and coaches of individual teams." a league statement said "The girls would have to prove equal competency in baseball skills, physical endowments and other attributes scaled as a basis for leam selection." The Little league, which operates ft. 100 leagues for 2.5 million youngsters in 31 countries, has been challenged in a number of 1 nited Sties courts on its all- male policy. MAMARONECK. N.Y. i AP) Hale Irwin doesn't fit a handy category. At 29. he's a little old to go in the list of the young challengers in pro golf. only two victories, he doesn't rank among the game's big winners. It's a longshot when anyone not a blood relative can spot him from the gallery. But he's well known to his fellow touring pros as an intense competitor, a superb shotmaker. excellent tactician, a good manager. He's a steady moneymaker, improving every year. And he just might win the I nited States open golf cham- pionship. "That." he said before teeing off in the first round today, "would be like a dream come true. "Aside from the monetary aspects of it. the personal satisfaction of beating all the best players in the world, on a course like this, would be enormous. It's not the longshot it seems at first glance. He's finished second twice this year, including last week in 5'hiladelphia. He was fourth in the Masters. He's won almost -S100.WO already this vear And he's playing very, very well. "I've played really well for (juile a long time now." Irwin said "It's just that I haven't played that much. I've been playing one week and taking week off. You can't get momentum that way." irwm joined the tour in 1968. His career has shown a steady climb in earnings every year. including winnings of S311.339 and in his last three seasons. But his victories still number only two and Foote. Stinson (3) Philadelphia. 100 002 5 0 Houston 000 000 5 0 Carlton (9-41 and Boone. Wilson Scherman Forsch I9i and C Johnson New York 000 000 6 0 Atlanta" 000 000 6 0 Parke' '6) Groie. Morton iS-5) and Casanova St Louis 102 201 11 1 Los Angeles OOi 000 020 3 9 0 Curtis Garman (8i Hraboskv '9' and Simmons. Sutton (6- Hough Brewer 181 and Yeacer. Ferauson (Pi HR SL Torre !5i Pittsburah 000 100 6 0 San Diego 000 004 Olx-? 10 0 Dpmnry ,'0-21 Morlan ,7) (8) and S'inguilien: Freis'eben Torriin 181 and Barton HR SO LEAGUE LEADERS LEAGUE StL Carcw. All Jackson Hcil Ol'va SF Pha YasUrcrruk' Kellv T.T: PlOlrnsCO. LA' 51 AB R 204 35 255 35 181 31 240 38 241 42 77 206 78 H 76 95 61 79 79 5i 67 SO Pet. 373 373 329 32E 32? nn f G d 317 Drano. LA Homo runs W-.r n l_ 95. 17. Sct-.nvdt 14 fluns. t'.iHed in 53 53. Smi-h 51 Pllr.hina f d'-CT-'Ons. John. ra. l P.-ju I. n> Ana1 5- 1 633 r RV1 DUAL STEEL RADIAL TIRES MILE Written Guarantee ELRICH TIRES LTD. Complete Tire Sales and Service 402 1st Ave. S. 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