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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Odobo, I97J _ THE IETHBRIDOE HERALD _ 13 Wiseman's disagree in fifth Gallant Kin likes to come home first By PAT SUI.I.IVAN Herald Sports Wrllw Larry and Dwayne Wiseman might he brothers, but thai doesn't stop their rivalry. Divayne had to survive a tail claim by Larry lo win the filth race al Whoop-Up Downs Thursday with Super Quill. The claim was disallowed and Larry finished second on Magic Mink. The two combined for o 526 exactor payoff. Dwayne had two other vic- tories on the eight-r ace card for a total of 19 wins in six days of racing. Gallanl Kin, owned by Ted of Raymond, made his The win was the sciond Officials also have a big day straight for the two-year-old' planned for Ihe final after- colt in the fall meet. He had I Thanksgiving Uireo straight, victories during tlie July meet. Gallant Kin paid 53.30 and A crowd of of Day, Monday. wagered W4.519, alxml down from wagered on the cor- responding day last year. Saturday afternoon will see tlie running of the Marion Wil- liams Memorial Handicap. This one mile and one-eighth race will carry with il the largest purse of Ihe Fall Race Meet. Held in honor of Ihc late fiflli trip to Die winners circle Marion Williams, Ihc race will Thursday. see a S2.000 purse up lor grabs Unbeaten in five races at with 51.210 to go to the winner. HOW COULD YOU? The lilrle girl on the left ap- pears disappointed al ihe conclusion of fiflh race at Whoop-Up Downs. Magic Mink was her pick to win but it finished second behind Super Quill. Time is Simmons will direct club running out For the young lady lo gel her money bock as Ihe 1V72 Foil Race Meel ends Monday. Ervin Photo five downs this year, Gallant Kin, with Larry Wise- man in the saddle, won the fea- tured seventh race. Gallant Kin covered Ihe scv- furlongs in 2-5, easily utrunning Shady Merry in the re b u i 11 Manufacturing fea- ure. Sugar Kings have a coach By LLOYD YAMAGISHI Herald Sports H'rilcr LeLhbridge Sugar Kings' gen- eral majiager, Syd Hall, an- nounced Thursday nighl that Craig Sinunons will handle the coaching duties for Uie 1972-73 Alberta Junior Hockey League season. The Kings, who have had more than Iheir share of prob- lems since the opening training camp, have now relieved them- selves of one of their major troubles. DUf Reddin, of Calgary, was originally signed lo run the Kings this season, but after a head-lo-head confrontation with the Kings' management, his contract was quickly termin- ated. For the past lew weeks, the Kings have been handled by Hall and former Sugar King, George McCrea. Hall will now be able to con- centrate on his other chores while McCrea left for Hanna last night for an interview with the RCMP. The Kings have nailed down an experienced young coach with the acquisition of Sim- mons. Simmons, who will turn 23 next month, is fairly young to take on coaching chores, but his playing experience and de- dication to the game surpass- es the normal requirements. He toiled with the Sugar Kings for four years and ended Short sport ALSTON' WILL BE BACK LOS ANGELES (AP) Walt Alston who, in his unflappable way, has endured with one club longer than any active major league baseball man- ager, was given his 20th one- year contract Thursday to pilot Los angeles Dodgers in 1973. Lethbridge Sash and Door PRODUCTS AND SERVICES if WINDSHIELDS if INSULATED SEALED PICTURE WINDOWS if PLEXIGIAS ir MIRRORS if GLASS ALL TYPES if ALUMINUM STORE FRONTS if ALUMINUM DOORS AND WINDOWS if ARISTOCRAT WOOD WINDOWS if ARISTOCRAT WOOD CUPBOARDS and CABINETS if ALUMINUM SIDING and AWNINGS if GARAGE DOORS and HARDWARE if BLACKBOARDS and TACKBOARDS if HARDWOOD and SOFTWOOD IUMBER if PLYWOODS LETHBRIDGE Phone 327-1581 The Dodgers, who said Alston was en route to his home in Darrtown, Ohio, also rehired for 1973 the coaching staft of Jim Gilliam, Hoy Hartsfieli, Danny Ozark, lied Adams and Caroll Beringer. FILES PROTEST TORONTO (CP) San Fili of the Toronto and District Soccer League has filed B pro- test o[ their 4-0 loss to New Westminster Blues in the Cana- dian amateur champions hip match last Sunday. IHEEHAN DROPPED NEW YORK (CP) Kevin iheehan, 20-year-old brother of experienced centre Bobby Snee- tan, is among eight hockey players assigned Thursday by York Raiders of the World iockey Association to a minor- eague ally. Corner 51h Ave., 4th Si. S. 'F.I.K NOT HAFPV SAO PAULO, Brazil (AP) Pole, the Black Pearl of inter- national soccer, might end his brilliant career in a dispute over a new contract with the Santos club. Jose Fornos Rodriguez Pele's personal secretary, sair. Thursday that Pele, 32, nex month and a member of the Santos team lor 17 years, woult quit soccer if his terms are no accepted. NAMED BOWLING GREEN, Ohi. (API Owner Nick Milel named hockey veteran Bi] Necdham coach of Clevelam Crusaders Thursday, then an nounced the team would mak history as the first to play in Ih World; Hockey Association. is stay wiUi tire local club In he 1968-69 season when they aptured the Alberla-B.C. ju- ior hockey title. In the following year, he don ed his blades with the Drum- eller Miners, hut left half-way Trough the Senior Jockey League season to join Ke Swift Current Brpncs of the Vestern Canada Junior Hockey League. In 1070-71, Simmons was member of the Calgary Stam- peders but hung up his blades iftcr three months. Last season he attendee ichool in Nelson, B.C. and play- ed with the Maple Leals in the Western International Hockey Simmons is currently attend ing Ihe University ot Lclhbridge and is seeking a physical edu cation degree. Meanwhile the Kings will ge' chance to hit the winners circle as they host (wo games i the weekend. Saturday night, Ilic Kings will host the Drumheller Fal cons at p.m. while Sunday at 7 p.m. they'll entertain thi Red Deer Rustlers. Simmons refused lo common on the weekend games, since hasn't seen either of his op ponents play this season. "All I know is that the King are still disorganized and wil need a couple of weeks to ge things he said. "We've only lost tM'o game and the season is a long way (rom being he addcc How true that is and pcrhap Simmons is just the spice th Kings need in order to brin back the Alberta title lo Leth bridge. CBC wilJ not cover j) lay of is TORONTO (CP) The CB said Thursday il will not prc vide radio or television coi erage of the National or Amci can League basehall playoffs. Don Goodwin, CBC sports d rector, snid "we've heen worl ing for a couple of years" Ir ing to arrange coverage, bi suitable arangciucnls cim 1 not lie made (his year. INTERNATIONAL INDIAN RODEO FINALS OCT. 7, 8, 9. Saturday p.m. Sunday p.m. Monday p.m. KAINAI SPORTS CENTRE STANDOFF, ALBERTA OVER IN PRIZE MONEY 6 MAJOR EVENTS Cabaret Fridny 9 p.m., Saturday 10 p.m. Special Guest Barbara Hoof Alberta Indian Princess Sponsored by: Indian Rodeo Cowboys the Bfood Tribe and Harry Shads and Soni Rodeo Company. Admission: Reserved Seats Rush Seats Mrs. Williams was the wife of Lee Williams of the Western Canada Racing Association. He was a founding member of the Southern Alberta Racing Asso- ciation and along with his wife racing years. strong supporters in Lcthbridge for SELECTIONS By Willie Ketchum SATURDAY'S SELECTIONS S50D, Claiming, 4 year olds and up, FIVE FURLONGS jdfd Boy El Cresso cal'i Brolher Winler Walch Malic Cwt .noificr Hood IJ2 Easy The Whoop-Up Downs Invita- tional, a race for three year olds and upward, will be run of! with a purse of SI ,300. Mon- day's race card will follow a firsl for the Lclhbridgc meet, a racing breakfast. The breakfast, becoming a popular event More slake races all across Canada, gives the racing fans a chance to meet (he people responsible for I staging a race meet. The i breakfast gets under way at 10 Monday morning at the Pa- i vilion. FIRST Siw. claiming, i year olds and up, furlongs Grey Cuo (Haynes) 1060 5801 JO, Mr. Rroeabcjl (Campbell) 7.oo 10, Scafs Brolner (Suitor) Time: 1-5. i Fiery Doll, Clumiy Carl, Flume, "ark Susan. Grin Fiiz also ran. SECOND ISM, claiming, i year elds Bnd up, furlongs. Banail's Jewell 6 70 .90 2.50, Go Go Glen CD. Wiseman) .60 2.90, O'Ge.nini (Charllon) 4.M. Time. i-S. TeriaM, Jorrfowi. Cwjrr HrmEgan. ymbaoe RTifa Wills also ran AILY DOUBLE: THIRD claiming, 4 year olds and up, lurlcngs. leiry s (Jewell) (.70 3.BO 2 SO, I Cresso (D, Wiseman) 2.W 2.70, KhdK 'lly [HfcroH) 3 Time: 1-5 Regal Pel, Eilcnl BcT, Silenl Sha- ow, Mai or Jsc, Hnrd Dsal aim ran. QUINELLA: JS.flU. FOURTH 3500, clairning, 3 year olds, 7 fur- Lad (D. Wiseman) 4.50 a.M, (AK CJewellt 3.10 Hula y.'iah (Campbell) 2.90. Time: IS. Main's WK Image, Jasly, Last Trusl also ran. Scratch! Slase LcM FIFTH FEATURE VALUE BUYS 3003A 1972 LINCOLN YG, A, r.o., the opposilii 117 Way pick Ihem up lent s .....119 Same lime SECOND SriOO, Claiming Congressman Lustrous Slar Really Seranade All Pixie Belle: Try America Llllle Misi Day year olds and up SEVEN FURLONGS cdqc here i improving day......... ll-l A stiqi 113 Has tv in A solid Ihi 117 Has edrly speed 11? Carr life recenlly Hi Would be a surpritc 12? Both dull Hi Siriclly an oulslder TI1IJ1D S5DO 4 vcar oltls antl SKVKN FUIU.OXO Music To My Ears............ 113 Should gel a shar his MMI1 5501. Claiming 3 and 1 year olds SKVKN Fl'iaONGS Mr. Hic.htil...............in icore an upiel win Prince Clem Ill ProjRd himscil Ias1 rime ll-J Will cloic viiri a Speoti and insidn posl Ill Would be an uosel............. 119 Quil cc13 lait imio 11' Inside DOS' rnay fielp HKST TIKT: HOFT LAKK I.ONCSIIOT PKK: FIOLV .MFNX (ninlii) I'OST TIAIK 2 P.M. DO YOU HAVE A SEX PROBLEM? Sorry we can't help you, but for ell of your sport oquipmcnl we are spc-ciolisls. Doug's 4CM 5lh Sf. S Icfhbn'dgc. NOW OPEN Boys' and Girls' SKATE EXCHANGE SHARPENED SHINED NEW LACES SANITIZED PAIR APPROX. SPECIAL! VICTO3IAVJIIE anrt BOBBY HUU GIASS WRAPPED CURVED HOCKEY STICKS 5V95 FREE TAPE wild every ifick Olhpr iliclti at low nj 89c BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3221 CtOSED MONDAY Open Thuri. Frf. Till 9 p.m. 'Sc-vinq Soulh Alberta For over 30 ycari." 4 Dr., P.S., Radio and tape air corrd. GP1B3A 1971 HONDA 350 295SA 1969 DATSUN STATION WAGON i cyl., sp. Irani, rad'o, 2562A 1970 METEOR Radio, Vinyl fop (3250 2500B 1967 BEAUMONT 4 dr.. V8 standard Irani. 2338A 1967 FORD 4 dr., V8, AT, Radio '1550 2263B 1966 MUSTANG 6 cyl., 3 so., radio S1550 2505A 1967 RAMBLER 2 dr., 6 cyl., AT., radio 2567A 1967 MERCURY MONTCLA1R VB, A. P.S., P.B., Radio GP208A 1969 PLYMOUTH SATELLITE WAGON V3. AT.. Rodin 32250 TRUCK 2429A 1971 FORD F100 4x4 vs. Rodio 260BA 1969 ECONOLINE SUPER VAN E200, 6 cvl., 2 so Radio GP201A 1968 GMC TON 2510A 1968 FARGO 400 Chnitis and cob 2599A 1968 FORD FIOO vs. AT. 2405A 1955 FORD 700 va, s sp.. 2 axle box and p., I siJL-ca rear COLLEGE MERCURY 1718 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5763 ;