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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Junt 20, 1973 Sport of all sorts ARCARI TO DEFEND TITLE POME (AP) Italian match- maker Rodolfo Sabbatmi an- nounced Tuesday that Bruno Arcan of Italy defend his world junior uelter boxing title against Roger Zaun of France at San Remo Aug. 4. CHANGE PITCHERS PHILADELPHIA (.AP) Philadelphia Phillies of the Na- tional League recalled left- handed pitcher Mike Wallace from their Pacific Coast League farm team at Eugene, Ore., Tuesday and sent rookie pitcher Larry Christenson to Eugene to take'his place. WINS SIX IV ROW HAMBURG, NY. (CP) PARENTS OF CHILDREN 4'2 AS OF SEPTEMBER 1, 1973 If you feel your child may have learning lang- uage development problems, there is a pilot pre school program available. This program is to begin August 22, under the direction cf the Lethbridge Public School Board and may iirclude children from both Lethbridge School Districts. For further information and diagnosis please contact: LORRAINE CORDUKES Phone 328-8625 or CAROL CHAPMAN Phone 327-6661 Bud Gilmour of Ridgeway, Ont., set a track record at Buffalo Raceway Tuesday night when he drove the winners of the last six races in a row Two other Canadian drivers, Herve Fihon and Gilles Oration, had win- ners in one night last year, but their wins weren't consecutive. POWER ADVANCES PRINCETON, N.J. (AP) Dale Power, a Canadian attend- ing Oklahoma City University, advanced to the third round of the National Collegiate Athletic Association tennis tournament Tuesday by beating Craig Isaacs of San Diego State Uni- versity 6-2, 6-3. Power Js from Toronto. SETS WORLD RECORD HELSINKI (AP) Ben Jlp- cho of Kenya set a world record for the steeplechase with a time of eight minutes, 19.8 seconds during a track and field meet Tuesday. He bettered the former by himself and Sweden's Anders one second. BILLS SIGN FORD BUFFALO (AP) Buffalo Bills of the National Football League have announced the signing of their seventh-round draft choice, John Ford of Hen- derson State in Arkansas, Ford, a tight end, is the club's 14th 1973 draft choice signed so far, a spokesman said. Savings on Top Grade 'Can Vee' Basketball Shoes for YoufEis and Men Summer Is the time for sports in fashionable shoes featuring can- vas breathable uppers, cushion arch support and sure grio 'suc- tion sole'. Men's in Black, White. Youths' and Boys' also in Green. Men's 7-12, Boys' 1-6, Youths' 11-3. Your Choice Casual and Beach Footwear for the Entire Family at Prices you can Afford Here are the shoes for summer romping and fun at home or at the beach. Women's and children's shoes are available in the thong, flower thong and cross style. Men's shoes available in thong and cross styles only. Assorted colours of Blue, Green, Red, Yellow and Black. S. M. and L WOMEN'S MEN'S CHILDREN'S .39, .77, .49 .39, .49 .33, .66, .33 Open Doily 9 a m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p m. Wo reserve the right to limit quantities COLLEGE SHOPPING MALL 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive SPORT ANDY CAPP SHOULD SE DONE ABOUT THAT BLOKE -THE TfcOR LASS DAREN'T OPEN W MOUTH.' GOT 'IS WIPE ABSOLUTELY TERRORISED-.' 'OW DO "OU PO IT, MISTER CAPP-WHAT'S Kennedy Road to help Willie INGLEWOOD, Calif (AP) Canadian-owned Kennedy P.oad could put Bill Shoemaker closer to his goal of being the only jockey to win 100 races of 000 value. KPiRTMENT STORES i IF YOU TAKE AWAY OUR LOW PRICES YOU'VE GOT A REGULAR DEPARTMENT STORE Race results CALGARY fCPJ Victoria Park race results Tuesday FIRST claiming, 2-year-olds, J fur lonos Macleod Breezu fHedgf) 3 40 J 70 220, Roysi SuTTier (GiesbrechD 6 OS 350, Buddy North (Gold) 280 Time 1 04 25 Litlle Fiddler, New Tradition, Run With Love Lutkv Round, Countess Kim also ran SECOND 400, claiming, 3-year olds, 7 fur- longs Cypress Pal (Gold) 1270 610 390, Tidy Force iRhelan) 670 400, Morn Ing Mini 'Norns) 300 Time 1 34 ts Eeatie's Ribbon. CaltabuloU! Drink It UD Windchill Copoer Dan also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: 12940 THIRD SI -100, claiming, 4-ycar olds and up, 7 furlonos Obligation 'Campbell) I860 490 Conita (Hedge) 350 260, Frost- ed Gold (McCauley) 4 80 Time 1 33. Roly Glen, Lonk, Spangle D'Amour, Hula Man, Pixie Bell also ran. QUINELLA: 14010 FOURTH claiming, 4-year-olds and up, I'd miles CJr Dandy 'Whittle) 23 30 6 40 270; Keanspln (Kipling) 420 240, Grande (Norrls) 2 30 Time 1 59 1 5 Table For Future Session also ran FIFTH SI 500, claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 fur- longs L'EspoIr (McOuley) 730 360 300, Shoes For Jlmny (Whittle) 370 340, Stormy Summer (Wiseman) 4 80 Time 1 34 1-J Norm's Mistake, Pacif c Waves, Humble Birth, PnnCe Go, R. U Super also ran EXACTOR: S42 SO SIXTH claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs Sparak (Stadnyk) 4 20 3 40 2 80, I Miss You (Inda) 3 60 280, Miss Joact (Whittle) 3 10 Time- 1 33 Miss Kaysuecon, Lady Tyrone, Ma- gic Spree also ran SEVENTH S2200, allowance, 4-year olds and up, 7 furlongs Edie's Prize (Phelan) 1750 510 380, Transbnar (Hedge) 3 30 2 60, Flying Award (Norns) 3 30. Time; 1 29 3 5 Down The Well, Penfcilllum Or mengay. White Jet Mere also ran. EIGHTH SI 400, claiming, 4 year-olds and up, 7 furlonqs Rae Of Go'd (Hedge) 510 360 270 Reserved Speed (Ca-npbell) 750 350, Rishing Girl (Parsons) 510 Time 1 32 3J> Raneepage, Tiqer Tracks Home James, Barb's Luck, Tru Summerland also ran QUINELLA He has won 97 to date and will be riding Kennedy Road in the Hollywood Gold Cup here Sunday after the owner of Cougar II decided he shouldn't go aboard her horse Kenne'V Road was bred by Arthur Slollery, a Toronto min- ing engineer, but runs under his wife's name Laffit Pincay Jr., most recently noted for his rides on Sham, who couldn't catch Sec- retariat, goes on Cougar this time. SOUGHT BY OWNER Trainer Charlie Whittingham said the switch on Cougar was made because of the demands on owner Mary Jones. "Shoe has said Cougar Is a very difficult horse to ride, but Charlie's exercise boys say he's not as difficult to ride as has been said Mrs. Jones. Pincay rode Cougar to victory in the Santa Anita Handicap when Shoemaker was sidelined with a broken thumb The Pan- amanian was also aboard the Chilean-bred runner for a third- place finish in the San Luis Key Stakes and when he was runner up in the 1971 Santa Anita Handicap. PASSED MILLION Shoemaker rode Cougar at Hollywood Park when he won the Century Handicap to sur- pass a million dollars In earn- ings, but they were only third in the Hollywood Invitational, an- other race May 27. He has ridden Cougar 24 limes for Mrs Jones with 10 victories, five seconds, and seven thirds while usually car- rying top weight. He's had disappointments be- fore but wouldn't even classify this as another "I still have Kennedy Road in the Gold Cup and he is conung up to the race good." When someone suggested that this Gold Cup against Cougar and Mary Jones might be some- thing extra, Shoemaker replied: "You know it would." LIKES HIS JOB Shoemakci doesn't do his job for glory, or even for the money, but primarily because he likes it. "I'd like to win the 100, he admitted "I wouldn't get up- set about it if I didn't do it" He's in good shape. A 100- pound millionaire, he says, "I like to ride young horses who could potentially become good horses South cowboys grab honors ST. ALBERT, Alta (CP) Dale Rose of Medicine Hat captured the all-round champ- ionship at the St Albert Rodeo recently, scoring h ghest in both timed and riding events. The Medicine Hat competitor was also winner of the bull rid- ing event. Bob Kartell, of Strathmore, was second Jim Clifford of Edmonton and Garstad of Airdrie, shar- ed first and second prize money when they tied in the bareback riding event. Dale Trottier of Calgary finished third In the saddle-bronc event, John Gratton of Edmonton was the winner The current Cana- dian and world saddle bronc chammon, Mel Hyland of Sur- rey, B C was second. Jim Gladstone of Cardston, won the calf roping Barry Edge of Cochrane, placed second and Happy Unger of CoaldaJe, plac- ed third Meanwhile Tom Bews of Pek- isko, Alia defending Canadian all round cowboy, was named all-round winner during the weekend at the Olds Rodeo where he was third in saddle bronc and calf roping events. Sparky Trotter of Calgary won the calf roping with a time of 115 seconds and Ar- nold Harrasja of Skiff, was the steer-wrestling winner in 3 9. Dale Trotter of Calgary was the bareback riding champion. Tennis stars walk out, delay Wimbledon draw LONDON (AP) The world's top tennis stars, refusing to yield over the, suspension of Nikki Pllic, walked out on Wim- bledon today, lust before the draw was to be made. The action by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) after a midnight meeting of its executive board, reduced the world's No. X tennis tournament to a second-class event. More than 70 stars were In- volved in the half the total entry in the men's sin- gles. They included Stan Smith, the reigning champion from Pasadena, Calif, and 15 of the 16 seeds in the men's singles Only men players were af- fected. The women's singles will go on as planned. The All-England Club, which runs Wimbledon, was faced with the prob'em of patching UD its shattered tournament at short notice. NEED MORE PLAYERS It appeared that the draw would have to be postponed and extra players brought in to fill the gaps. Behind the Pilic dispute is growing resistance by the play- ers to the dictates of their na- tional associations. Pilic, a contracted profes- sional for six years who lived most of the time in the United States, was suspended by the Yugoslav Tennis Association be- cause he refused to play for his country in the Davis Cup. The International Lawn Ten- nis Federation confirmed the suspension. The All-England Club backed the ILTF and re- fused to accept Pillc's entry. SOUGHT INJUNCTIONS Supported by the ATP, Pilic put his case before a high court judge. He asked for injunctions against the ILTF and the All- England Club that in effect would have quashed his suspen- sion in time for the big tourna- ment Judge Sir Hugh Forbes, after legal arguments occupying three days, threw out the appli- cation Tuesday with the com- ment that courts should be slow to interfere with international matters. The ATP, formed last year, has 97 members. Its president, Cliff Drysdale of South Africa, claimed more than 70 would iom the boycott. But some doubts began to form. WAIT FOR NASTASE Players and fans wailed to see which way Hie Nastase of Romania, Smith's arch-rival and runner-up last year, would go- Nastase was one of 71 players who pledged to withdraw from Wimbledon if Pilic was not allowed to compete Bvt day, after the judge's decision, he ?liowed signs of wavering "I am in a temble Nastase said. "I am a member of ATP, but when I left Ro- mania a few days ago, I was told by my national association that I must play at Wimbledon. I just don't know what to do." Drysdale told reporters association would take dis- ciplinary action against players who refused to join the boycott. But when reporters asked whether it would be fair to pe- nalize players from Communist countries who had to do as they were told, Drysdale replied: "No, it would not be fair.'r ERASES PREVIOUS TIME NEWPORT, R.I. (AP) The 68-foot ketch, Equation, knocked more than four hours off the old mark in setting an elapsed time record for the biennial Anna- polls, Md, to Newport yacht race. It covered the 473-mile distance in 57 hours, 19 minutes end 48 seconds, better by 4 18 than the previous mark set eisht The 78 boats in the field left Annapolis at 2 pm. Saturday and Equation was first late Monday night. SEE THE LENS THAT DARKENS IN THE SUNLIGHT (VARIGRAY) ICAl PRESCRIPTION CO. 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