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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta _____ Tueidoy, October S, 197J IHE LETH8RIDGE HERALD 9 Brothers lead way in race lor jockey honors This time Dwayne Wiseman won feature By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Writer If the definition of brotherly love is "if it can't be me, then let il be rny Larry and Dwayne Wiseman are right in line with the definition. After six days and two races, a total of 50 races at Whoop-Up Downs, the brothers Wiseman are running away In a battle for top jockey honors. Not only Shaky no -hit .hat, but in the six days of Icalurc races they have won ivc. The scramble for horse own- ers to have one of the Wise- man's ride their nuntnts con- tinues daily and if the weather holds it is only going to get victory NO-HITTER Montreal Expo's pitcher Bill Stonemon is shown in Monday night Hational League baseball action as he pitched a no-hilter to lead Expos to a 7-0 win over New York Mefs in the first game of o d ouble-header. (CP Wlrephoto) Herron leads WFC rushers Ti-Cats have improved TORONTO (CP) Quarter- hack Chuck Ealey is the man most often pointed out as the one mast responsible for Ham- ilton Tiger-Cats' return to prominence in the Eastern Football Conference this sca- Fin. But the Improved perform- ance ot a number of other Ticat players can't be overlooked as the Canadian Football League statistics illustrate, This week's figures show Ti- cat halfback Dave Bnchan lead- ing the EFC rushing parade with 835 yards on 201 almost of Hamilton's total rushing yardage in 1971 vvhsn they finished second with a 7-7 won-lost record. And while the statistics don't Bombers looking to make it three how It, Buchanan's record Is also a tribute to the work of mining mate Dave Fleming, lankcr G arney Henley and guards Ed Chalupka and John n, a mong others, who tave provided Uie blocking for Juchanan, Another 1C5 yards, easy enough to gain with four games remaining, will put Buchanan n the yards-a-year club, unly the second Ticat ever to tlie mark. VANCOUVER toneman said after the game. "They're the best people in and they wew behind Monday afternoon, before a gathering of bettors, Dwayne took over the lead for jockey honors wilh two wins in- FIRST UOQ, Claiming, 4-year-olds 6rid up, 5 furlongs. Cupid'5 Dart (VlaynesJ 3.50 a.EO; Wayward Boy [Suitor) 4.70 2 Fiery Ooll (0, Vfiseman) 3.70. Time: IiOl. Winter Watch, Grin Fin, Esrl Richmond, Rilfa Wills, O'Geminl also SECOND 5JOO, claiming 4-year-olds and 7 furtongb. Congressman fChsrllon) 48. M 12-70 7.00; Ragma Eea (RycrofM 6.50 3.50; BAndil's Jewell (Haynes) 3-SO. Time: Trader John, Diplomatic, Kokua. DAILY DOUBLE: S45.DO THIRD claiming, 2-year-old maidens, Mr. Ted M (L. 540 3.70 Muff's Chance '.10; Baby Prize (Driedger} Time: 4-5. Miss Slarspcerf, Chinos Annie, Feb- eluding the featured seventh race. Larry chalked up one win. Dwayne now leads with 12 wins, including lour opening day, while Larry has 10, in- cluding lour Icaturc race vic- tories. But Monday the feature be- longed to Dwayne and Stumb- ling Cub. The winner, owned by L. Marks of Lomond and trained by G. L. Bray, was any- thing hut a stumbling cub as under the able guidance of FIRST RACE Prince Cle Barry T Tole Johnn Julie's Auc Flaming Art Missy's Echo Gray Hope, Ce E- 0 7 furlongs. Lustrous Star (Haynes) 'Se.-JO 1K60 6.00; Terry's Speed CRay) 13.50 7.90; Page (L. Wfsmcan) 3.BO. Time: 1-5, Blondleco, Quick Male, speed. Grand Commend, Wen Twca RACE By Willie Kekhum WEDNESDAY'S SELECTIONS 35GO Claiming Tor Ilirce year old maidens FIVE FURLONGS 131 Ready lor tilt lop effort 117 Strong contender here 117 Thrtaf tit spile post 114 1s long overdue 119 Could te 1he sleeper 117 Would have to Improve 117 Can't got enthused 1U A longshsf here SECOND IIACE 5500 Claiming for four year olds and up "SEVEN FURLONGS iseman it romped home ahead Monty B ridden by Gerry ipling. Third place went to !eir of Hope wilh jockey Rod iaynes in the saddle. The win earned Marks tho share of S7CO and a rophy blanket from Peril ch ros. Auction Market. Stumb- ng Cub toured the mile and an ighth distance in one minute, 50 and one-fifth seconds. Dwayne and Larry finished v.'ith a head-to-head lattle in the eighth race with Dwayne winning by a head on Vimple Street, Larry rode ita's Hope. His win of the day came in the third on Mr. Ted M. While much of the spotlight was on the Wisemans young rlayncs enjoyed his most suc- cessful day thus far in the Fall e Maet as he won three Ames. He opened with a win aboard upid's Dart in the first, wrought longshot Lustrous Star home in (he third and booted Tis Foolery home in the sixth. Monday's gathering wagered up slightly from on the comparable day of the 1971 Fall Meet. Wlmplt HI Should come right back Priddis Dandy 11? Threal on a dry Irack Star-snip Ill Very dangerous today Fare Union I" Wilt fce elwing quickly Smart Bet Red Jelson Expanding Hurry Hslly 122 Probably front-r Dismal effort last tim Faces a tough tasK Some other THIRD RACE JnO FITTH 4-year-clds flnd up, 7 3.MI ml (Suifof) 5ha'.v, c M o 0 c _ furlongs. Burgundy La Day I ma Mwily B..... Friskalale S50Q, eta Furlongs. Wimple Street 2.50 ?.tQr Lolili EIGHTH ling, 4-vear-oldi and up. CD. Wiseman) 5.00 _......... Hope