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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, June 14, 1974 YESI we are accepting registrations for CHRISTMAS BOOKINGS TO HAWAII no depot It required ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 Whoop-up Downs Selections FIRST For 3. 4 and 5 yr. old maidens. FIVE FURLONGS Betty should beat these Should be runner up Beater Betty 119 Lady Whirlago 111 Tami Tik Lynn Rock's Pebble Count Dirk Gallant Sis Turning Blue Famous Panorco 112 Some good efforts 115 shown little 116 Could surprise 112 Not impressive 117 Hasn't done much 121 Famous in Bulzac. but not here SECOND For 3 yr. olds and Mister Bewitched 121 Majestic Eddie 121 Speeds Beauty 115 Spot Hunter 121 Pilgrim Maid 119 Baron Beren 124 Blondieco 121 Twihgnt Mood FIVE FURLONGS Rail makes him a winner Good lor place Return to form would make her tough From running stable Recent winner Long sho' May go '.veil with these 124 Night nas fallen THIRD For 3 yr. olds and S1.000 SEVEN FURLONGS Joey's Arch 121 Tommy Two Bits 121 Blue Twist 121 Haydns Doll 116 Rocky Bleam 124 Woddah 121 Count Little 124 Redirect 121 Consistent sort, over due Hasn't done well Needs more than a twist Inside post helps Old timer has speed ShouJ be on the board Named right Old timer could surprise FOURTH Allowance 2 yr. maidens. THREE FURLONGS Speed and could go all the way Will run by most of them Connie's Prince 119 Jean Ballyhoo 119 Jill's Jewel Chantrella Kenyon Field Tom Court Anita's Jewel Brown G 114 Could be the gem of the race 114 Inside could help 116 Long shot 120 Could be close 114 Stable high on this one 114 The long shot FIFTH For 3 yr. olds and S3.000 FIVE FURLONGS Guy Arnold 124 Will be in front Some Talk Vies Girl ___ Canal's Pride Big Edge Roly Minx Top Chief 124 Opener impressive 116 Good speed 116 With iougher company 121 Not with these 121 Rarely runs bad 121 Will pick up some SIXTH For 3 yr. olds and S1.000 SEVEN FURLONGS Allibastro's Doll 112 Shuswap Sam 117 Stormy Summer 116 Lady Sheba Compelling's Last Tiny Toes Cancels Hope Yeal 116 121 121 116 119 Will be close with these Could be close Had a bad summer Could surprise With iougher company Needs good fooling Consistent sort Would be a surprise SEVENTH For 3 yr. olds and FIVE FURLONGS Good effort last time Could take it all Could go well with these Showed improvement last time Long shot with a chance Not likely Disappointment last time Triple Charm 119 Buster Kid 121 Ky Chino 121 Summer In Rome 121 Wynscope 116 Fleet Image 116 Wayward Boy........... 124 King 124 Not in good form -IGHTH MARION WILLIAMS PURSE -or 3 yr. olds and upward. By Chance Mchard loanie Pie lags lamce Marie .ady's Trip .exi Shooter SEVEN FURLONGS 120 Should take it all 117 Could surprise 119 Good enough for show 11S With tougher company 1-12 In bad form 113 Will need some breaks 119 Probably need this one INTH MARION WILLIAMS PURSE 3 yr. olds and upward. iake One Step "itranger Luck .ahlnesian anes Best tickle Your Fancy I.roft Lake You Hurry janska SEVEN FURLONGS 121 Old timer will make them run 112 Wil be in front 120 Lots of class 117 Will run by some 114 Impressive winner last two starts 115 Npt in good form 115 Will have to hurry 117 From running stable ENTH Fro 3 yr. olds and S1.000 1 mile irts Shadow 121 Should beat these Likes the distance Good recent efforts Froze uc A long sho! Not likely Good enough for show Runs Fred Flintstone rilliant Request 116 fleo Class 114 :e Alley................ 121 iduy Malo '21 wo Penny Mis' 112 reserved Speed 121 Bedrock Jet 124 BEST 6. ARNOLD in the 5th LONG 1 LANGS BEST in the 9th SCRATCH TIME: A.M. POST TIME: P.M. Tlic Herald Sports Heading home The horses make the final turn and charge into the home stretch Thursday at Whoop-Up Downs. Keshane. trained both horses Entry steals show at Whoop-Up The secret to Dan Keshane's success is "when in doubt double at Whoop-Up Downs. Keshane. of Kamsack, Sask.. obviously couldn't make up his mind whether or not to enter Belmont Baron or Olympia Stride in the featured seventh race at Whoop-Up Downs Thursday. So. he did the next best thing and entered them both. It couldn't have worked out better. Belmont Baron, owned by Lawrence Tobacco and ridden by Fred Tobacco, fought off stablemate Olympia Stride to win the Valley Feeders feature race before a sparse gathering at Whoop-Up Downs. Racing continues today at five o'clock with the final card, a 10-race affair, set for Saturday at two. The highlight of Saturday's action will be the Marion Williams Purse. Belmont Baron came out of the pack in the backstretch and covered the five-furlong distance in 59.4 seconds. One of the bigger payoffs of the Spring Race Meet occurred in the fifth race, the exactor, when Barbara Suitor was moved from third to. fourth. Although it didn't affect the payoff it may have as Suitor and her mount Exceptabull were nosed out of the money in a photo finish. Silent Stream, ridden by Ivan Clark and Yana. with Betty Dunham up. combined for a exactor for 13 ticket holders. The daily double, a combination of Viva Hope in the first and Romo Brandy in the second, was worth Sod. 10. Thursday's quinellas were, in the third S5.50 as Big Plume bested North Miss and S33 in the eighth as Arts Shadow won just ahead of Brilliant Request. FIRST Claiming St.000. three- year-olas and up, seven furlongs. Viva Hope (Bourne) 8.20 6.40 4.50: Stove Pipe (Marshall) 9.70 3.90: Stormy Summer (Jeffries) 3.10. Time 2-5 Flaming Blaze. Chanfield, Betabob. Well Received also ran. SECOND claiming. 3 year olds and up. 5 turlongs Romo Brandy (Suitor) 8.50 3.60 3.10 Chmo's Annie (Clark) 3.10 3.10 Copper Dan (Boggs) 4.20 Time 1-5 Duel Affair. Tiny Toes. Pride of Macs. Rally results in Bruins name Don Cherry BOSTON (AP) Don Cherry, coach and general manager of Rochester Americans of the American League, moved up to 'ie National Hockey League Thursday when he was named of Boston Bruins. Cherry. 40. was signed to a contract of "more than one year and less than five years." said Bruins managing director Harry Sinden. Cherry piloted the Amerks for 2'z seasons. In his first full season of coaching, he brought the club to third place in the AHL East, and last year he coached Rochester to first placc. The Rochester coach replaces Bep Guidolin at the helm of the Bruins. Guidolin led Boston to the NHL East title but left following a contract dispute. He has since signed on as coach of the NHL Kansas City Scouts. Guidolin quit the Bruins after his demands for a five- year contract were rejected. Datsuns took five of the first seven spots in the Chinook Arch Rally, held last Saturday in Lethbridge and Southern Alberta. Results for the 250 mile rally which began at Winston Churchill High' School in Lethbridge. were delayed by a protest entered by the team of Al Hoar and Walter Leemans. The protest was upheld by Rally organizers and checkpoint number five was Billets are required The Ladies Auxiliary to (he Lethbridge Minor Hockey- Association is looking for billets for 30 boys for the August 19-24 session of the Games City Hockey School. Boys range in ape from nine to 14 years, and anyone interested in providing billets for one or more boys for !hat w-cek is asked to call Sheila Povcy at 328-3534. The Community Services Department and co -sponsors Pepsi Cola arc looking forward again to a very successful school. eliminated. First place overall went to the Calgary team of Pat Stiles and John Nixon in a Datsun 240Z. They accumulated only seven points, ten less than Edmonton's Perry Afaghanis and Steve Vernon. who finished second. Afaghanis and Vernon were in a Datsun 510. as were Paul Campbell and Ron McDougall. also from Edmonton. They narrowly missed second place, finishing third with 18 points. The Lethbridge team of Max A. and Max E. Baines in a Volkswagon 1600. finished fourth with 20 points. Finishing llth overall and first in novice division was the Lethbridge team of Bill Page and Jeannette Gibbons. They were tagged for 45 points in their Datsun 1000. Salty Princess. Count Dirk also ran. Daily Double: S50.10 THIRD allowance. 3. 4 and 5 year old maidens. 3 furlongs Big Plume (Boggs) 4.00 2.60 2.10 North Miss (Jeffries) 2.50 2 60 Baby Cries (Tobacco) 5.20 Time :37 4-5 Wild Rouser. Teras Pride. Famous Rinorco. Shelly M also ran. Quinella: S5.50 FOURTH claiming 3 year olds and up. 5 furlongs Star K Lady (Boggs) 26.60 9 20 5.30 Speed's Beauty (Marshall) 3 30 3.10 Green Port (Jeffries) 3.20 Time 1.00 3-5 Redirect. Western Runner. Male's image also ran. Track Scratch: Mr. Rideabout FIFTH allowance, quarterhorses and thoroughbreds. 3 furlongs Silent Stream (Clark) 7.20 7.00 3.20 Yana (Dunham) 21.10 6.90 Go Sure Shot (McNally) 3.10 Time :36 1-5 Shining Shadow. Sweeties Red Bar. Ginder Voya also ran Exactor: S172.60 SIXTH claiming. 3 year olds and up. 5 furlongs Night Call (Bourne) 1510 8.40 3.70 Dexter Boy (Suitor) 7.60 3 40 Hadason (McNally) 2.50 Time 2-5 August Morn. Fleet Nickel. Famous Terry also ran SEVENTH allowance. 3 year olds and up. 5 furlongs X-Belmont Baron (Tobacco) 3 70 6 60 2.50 X-Olympia Stride (Boggsi 6.60 2 50 Strangers Lunk (Jensen) 2 50 Time :59 4-5 Sariska. Clifford M also ran. Track Scratch: Wayward boy X EIGHTH claiming. 3 year olds and up. 1 1-16 niiles Arts Shadow (McNally) 5 40 4.00 2 50 Brilliant Request (McGhie) 6.00 3.60 Gnnner 3 90 Time 2-5 ice Alley. Esprit De Speed. Monty B. Fair Ridge also ran Oumella: S33 00 Brazil hangs on to gain 0-0 draw 4 DOOR SEDAfJ Phone ROY MclNTOSH at 328-9271 fti Kino CHRYSLER DODGE LTD: 3rd Ave. andlltti SI. S. Phone 328-9271 Jor Father's Day Sunday, June 16th Packard Slippers Sandals Or. Scholl's ft 9 p.m. Camm's Shoes FRANKFURT (Reuten Defending champion Brazil, a pale shadow of the learns thai won three World Cups, survived a pounding by Yugoslavia to scramble a scoreless draw in the opening match of the 1974 finals Thursday. Apart f rorn the opening half- hour, when the speed and power of Jairzinho occasionally embarrassed the Yugoslav defence. Brazil was driven close lo despair at the ram-soaked Branc Oblak and -lovan Aci- movic, 3 double-barrelled powerhouse in midfield for Yugoslavia, drove through the Brazilian defence. feeble finishing cost the Yugoslavs a deserved victory and the closest they came to scoring was when defender Vladislav Bogicevic hit a posl in the "2nd minute. Oblak and Acimovic. momentarily overcome by the emotion of the occasion, were both booked by Swiss referee Hud nil Scheuer for arguing. MISSING VETERANS Brazil, world champions in how much they missed Pelc. Toslao. Gerson and now retired or injured. The drizzling rain, which fell throughout the match, de- pressed the Brazilians even more and their flag-waving supporters among the capacity 61.500 crowd had little to cheer. Yugoslavia, which qualified for the finals by beating Spain in a qualifying play-off match, lived up to its pre-match billing as one of Uie most dangerous European challengers for the title. Statisticians noted that this was the third successive World Cup where the opening match of the final tournament had been a scoreless draw, a result which could help both Yugoslavia and Brazil into the second final round at the expense of Group Two rivals Zaire and Scotland, who meet today. West German President Gustav Heincmann had earlier formally opened the tournament after a display by iolklore groups representing LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Level 7th Shopping Mill Alberta Phone (403) 328-7411 Store Hours Open 9 a.m. to p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday. Closed Saturdays. Race results EDMONTON (CP) Northlands Park race results Thursday: FIRST S1.600, claiming. 2 year olds. 3'? furlongs. Western Dangler (Hedge) 8 80 4.90 3.10. White Mustard (Wiseman) 3.60 2.40. Queens Are High (Burrell) Time: .41 Franciscan. Alena's Honey, 'aistander. Centa Sail also ran. Track Scratch: Kamloops Valley. SECOND S1.800. allowance. 3 year old maidens. 6 turlongs. Scotia's King (D. Wiseman) 18.90 8.10 5.00. Bazatha (Inda) 4.70 4.00. Sis's Champ (Hedge) 4.20. Time: Morning Page. King Chitty. Single Thought. Lord Ruken. Twins Answer. Panarctic. Sans Faute also ran. THIRD S1.800. claiming. 3 year olds. 6 furlongs Blue Bouncer (Kipling) 20.50 9.00 6.90. Orange Moon (Hedge) 5.00 3.90. Stettler Lad (D. Wiseman) 4.30 Time: Oonnila. Malia's Melody. G's Silent Man. Run With Love. Dana Dee. Belltaora. Mint Parfait also ran. OUINELLA: S44.70. FOURTH S1.700. claiming 4 year olds and up. 1 1.16 miles. Wingen King (D. Wiseman) 8.80 6.10 4.00. Heir Of Hope (Barroby) 19.30 1 1.00. Indian Quill (L. Wiseman) 710. Time: Astro Prince. Palm Oil. Chained Flag. Bar Tree. Frosted Gold. Regal Flash. Belfast Times also ran. FIFTH S1.700. claiming. 4 year olds anc up. 6 furlongs. West Wind Gal (Ollivel 6.30 4 30 3.20. Khamite (Phelan) 5.40 4.20 Rullamorn (Parsons) 4.90. Time: Return To Dance. Regal Echo. Rain Taurus Mrs. C N also ran EXACTOR: S32.70. SIXTH S2.300. claiming. 4 year olds anc up, 6 furlongs. Pepper Torch (Sorenson) 14.60 6.80. Airdrie Bob (Hedge) 3 60 6.20. Comax (D. Wiseman) 3 30 Time: Call Me Star. Gold Heiress Conyon Patrol. Blue Pines. Tudor Tarts. Rusty Water. Easy To Love also ran. SEVENTH S5.000. added. 3 year old fillies. 6 furlongs Pilot Bird (Phelan) 17 30 5 20 4 20. Icy Child (Hedge) 4.10 320. Mrs. Malaprop (Gold) 4.70. Time: Lady Silhouette. Madam Pride. Bahama Kate. No Orders. To Say Girl also ran EIGHTH S2 100. claiming. 4 year olds and up 6 furlongs. Pirates Image (Phelan) 1980 8.90 5 30. My Elation 19.50 9.50. War King (Whittle) Time- Mr. Murphy. Cary Beau. Pal Boy. Sootime. Cominp Fury. Ballyclare. Star Trip also ran QUINELLA: S148.10. ATTENDANCE: BETTING: S399.125. Minor ball Alex Gepneris insured his own victory with a pair of home runs to push the Twins to a 12-3 victory over the Pirates in Senior Little League action. Grant Weins took the loss for the Pirates, who had been undefeated until this game. Rory Lorencz" two-hitter was enough to hold the Braves to a single run as the Dodgers took a 7-1 victory in Norcrest Little League action Thursday. Lorencz fanned 10 Braves, with only Craig Trapp's homer and Mark Wolosyn's single spoiling his no hitter. Craig Nyrose had two singles while David Arcand belted a triple off losing pitcher Lauren Leroux. The Yankees exploded for 26 hits off losing pitcher Ron Knight and defeated the Tigers 28-5. Jeff Krokosh was credited with the win allowing just six safeties. Kenney Wood paced the winners with a home run. two doubles and a single while Rick LeBaron added a grand slam home run. a double and single- Ken Olskaski and Gerry Sacardo managed two hits apiece off Krokosh. Neil Walters needed relief help from David Foder but still earned the win as the Eaeles outlasted the Expos 24-20 in a Lakeside Farm League tilt last night. Walters aided his own cause stroking a double and three singles off losing pitcher Bruce Kostlanski while Jon Glover chipped in with a triple, double and two singles. Danny Deburn and Jay Bruchet managed two safeties each for the losers. ELRICH TIRE SPORT AMERICAN LEAGUE East W LEAGUE East Cleveland Milwaukee Now York Anaeles Kansas California TODAY'S GAMES Minnesota Decker 6-4 a" Cleveland Peterson 3-3 Chicago Pitlocfc 2-1 at Baltimore 5-7 Kansas C'iv Busby 7-6 at Detroit 5-4 Kpbel 3-3 .1! Texas 8-8 tJott York Tirt'OV.' 4-5 ai Oakland 7-6 Boston "nan; 8-5 .'it California 7-6 THURSDAY'S RESULTS Milwaukee 000 003 100-4 10 0 Kansas C'tv 230 000 o Siaioi iP-5> 12) anrf Mrinro. StililwH 15-6'. G-vbe' and HP.s KC-- Mavhr-'v