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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Jolurdoy, Oclober 7, 1772 THE LETHBRIDG! HERAIB 1J, ft -would help to play a hunch once in awhile Front Desk should have been a good bet Ily PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Writer Why can't I be a hunch bet- tor? If it was something like Mike Row Plxmc a radio man would bet it. Or if it was Picture Tube a TV man would put his salary .So what happens when Front Desk is the favorite in the seven 111 race at Whoop-Up Downs Friday? I run for the hot dog stand. At least there you get automatic return on your money. Kings at home twice I have used enough Ink on ,arry Wiseman during this Fall Race Meet to think that at least ic, if no one else would, could come and tell me Front Desk is a shoe-in (pardon the If I were the boss of this newspaper I would lire me. Front Desk (oh how it hurts me) ran away with the featur- ed seventh race Friday. Wise- man (which I wasn't) made sure as he and his mount won the Art Williams Agencies blan- ket (or The Golden Heart Sta- bles of Calgary. It's loo lale to worry about, for this one." she didn't it now, but even Mrs. Fred Miller, trainer of Front Desk, may have told me "It's ready 10.W TAKE THAT Larry Kellett winds up I o punch former team-male lou Nistico (held by linesman in foreground) during an Ontario Hockey Association Jr. A. game be- tween Sault Greyhounds and London Knighls. Although Nistico was on the losing end of the punch, his Knights won-6-2 Wirephoto) The lustre missing as NHL season opens By THE CANADIAN PRESS in one of seven games marking. Ihe fledgling World Hockey As Tlio National Hockey League opens its 56th regular season tonight, with more teams and a heavier schedule, but without many of the stars that gave it lustre tor years. Two new teams, Flames and ers, by former NHLers Boom Boom will meet tonight Island's new Kassai THIS U IT MAKE THOSE DREAMS COME TRUE! SECOND PRIZE THIRD PRIZE Tickets J2.0O each BUY 6 TICKETS 10 PRIZES of each wi Dectmtor 7, 1972 I. Januity 25. 1973 Flntl Driw March 8, 1973 ASSOCIATION OF KINSMEN CLUBS ?.O. Box 1973, Edmonton sociafjon, which begins play later this month. The NIIL schedule this sea- son calls for 624 more than last of the addition of New York Islanders and Atlanta. The schedule runs for 25 weeks anc winds up April 1, 1973, aftei which clubs making the play offs in the two eight-team divi Lethbritlge Sugar Kings can stop looking, at least for a new coach. The Kings, of the Alberta Junior Hockey League, Thurs- day came to terms with Craig Simmons. The 23-year old Sim- mons, a former captain of the club, will handle the duties ol coach for the coming season. He replaces John fBiffl Red din of Calgary vvho was relieved of luties following a disagreement vith team owners. What the Kings arc still look- ing for is a win. Simmons makes his debut to- night at Henderson Ice Centre at as his ncwly-acquirec charges are at home to the Drnmhcller Falcons. Falcons, a new club in the league last season, made theii presence felt and are off to a strong start this time around. Sunday evening the King play host to an old rival, th Red Deer Rustlers, at Render son at seven o'clock. FIRST Siflfl claiming, 3 year olds and 7 furious. Slelllsr Auction 10.90, (Boggs) 10.30 Tlckl: Your Fancy (suitor) 2.70. Time: 3-i. Monday Canalta Rocky, Tiger CnlncoX. Imbros. Blue Muslango iljo ran. SECOND JSM, coming, 4 year oMj and up, 7 furlongs. Hopping Hop here 110 Rates Bnslher char.ce SPORTS FANS" BET YOU DIDN'T KNOW by GARY KiRK KIRK'S TIRC SALES ITD. Here's on boll questlo once won phy as th nleresring foot- I ploy- the Heisman I besV college JTrop fool _ ihe leam on which hs played IOST eight out of JO boll player in nation though oddly enough SEVENTH IIACE 5500 Claiming for four year olds and up SKVEN FURLONGS pjclal Bout garni onsv. Pass ;isalent......, ie Moon..... le Gypsy ure r--amin Deamon rey Cup Star REBCi Thr -i Oven Tcps ,y -jood lardy pa A1; a t en bes' effort off test form n5 day's rosl tcugh spot alched 1oday a quick group EIGHTH RACE Chiiming lor lluec year olds and up FIVE FURLONGS Fasl Balcony Girl Canadian Arctic Uonk.......... Opera Star......' Sunlight Run..... Front Desk......' Kool Turk....... m nsver bft caught Yf1 Plenty cf gli-elong .....H8 Could once teat the best..... .............1U tc made ol Irnn ............115 Wiin far belfer company .......115 chsr.fes seem unlikely .....lie Chances seem -.115 The NINTH RACE Claiming for three year olds and up ONE MILE AND ONE-SIXTEENTH Gome's CooKie Fire Line The RakB Tis Foclery Raneepage T JusMn's PrlncB May carry spsed Liable to upsel Sclld facfor today Absolute f'ST Charvc: at A price Smart in No ctiancs with those- lha! season! The r is Paul Hornung who .._.. 'jhe Helsmur; in 1956 ploying for Noire Dome That seoson Noire Dame wan only two games and lost eight bul Hornung was stilt voted thg Heisman Trophy. you know there was i once o National Football League game in which the two learns combined gained only four yards rushing the WHOLE GAME! happened in a ga the Lions and 1940 That seems unbe- lievable, but Irue And in passing, the Lions completed only one pass and the Cards didn't complete any Neilher team could move the ball in any way and final score was 0-0. Only three men In the Itory nf pro foolboll have scored more than 100 touch- ledl in] I' _ game between I Cardinals in I I BEST BET: Wimple Shecl (Fifth) LON'GSHOT PICK: Major (Fmirthi POST TIME 2 P.M. Bowling scores CAPRI HART TAXIDERMY SENIOR CITIZENS Harry Chapman 3W, Winer -2.il, FranK Bernhart 2il, Henry Myers Jack Sfacey Vaughan Tennan) 2JJ, Dave Oliver 259, Slim Berry MacDooald Mary Clark 2M, Frances Barnbrlck 238, War) Fleming 331. PREaUILT SOCIAL Gary 2tt, Lirda Gorko Ken Shigerr.i 54B, Shirley Hetesy Larry TamBki 361, Joe Schmali Guila 256, Lucille Schile Emanue] m. Dob Thomson ?4-s. KK1GHTS OF COLUMBUS Andy Valer Dave Beeudoln 791, Jr.ck Smeed 3M ffiSSi, Tino lun> 326 (753i, Gary lunbridge 294 Bob Ccitanzo 173 Rosfi BM'KI Jeantlfe Smeed !Jfl Dianne Violini ?9i V, nevikl 24S Wllma Valer 257 (67i) HIGA'S Marg Michalenko 284, Suian Wei- 2S8 Edilh Volri WO, Elma Groves 56! Shirley 8oyd L 273 Marine 27? (7S4J, i Barb Scatlergood 3i3, LDcraine Pers- Icy lit Kae Mann 336, Evelyn i I Shire I3i. i 1 downs three do How many of 1he I you think you con I Tr fora you loot: nl (he answer I The three nre Jim Brown whose touchdown total wos I W6, Lenny Moore who scored I T13, scored Don 105. Hufso GREAT START FRIDAY Delbert Rycrofr won ihree of ihe first four races at Whoop Up Downs. Stampede Wrestling EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM MON., OCT. 9 P.M. GRUDGE MATCH DAVE RUHL TIGER TOMASSO NAGASAKI vs HURST KROFFAT vs VILLA 6 Extilincj Matches 52 SI.50 Welch STAMPEDE WRESTLING on CJOC-TV No charges DENVER (API The Den- ver district attorney said Fri- day lliat Karccra AMul-Jabhar, (lie star player of pro basket- ball's Milwaukee Buds, will not be charged In connection with a marijuana arrest. Jarvis Scccombo said neither Alxlul-Jahbar or Mordccal Cuoke, 23, of Scuttle, Hvo four HUM] iirn-sleil hy stopped a car in Denver on a routine traffic check Tlnivsriay nifihl, wniild lie [charged. SACRIFICE! 1972 PONTIAC CATAUNA 9-PASSENGER STATION WAGON power equipped. Includes AIR COKD1TIONINO, POWER WINDOWS end DOOR IOCKS. Only 5 monlhl old. low mileooe. 52700 New Car Pric6 Phoner 326-2188 Dnytima or 328-3220 Evenings r bef you didn'P know Ktrk'i has just received a Carlcad I I of Unlroyal Tires direct from the factory. Incfuded ii the one and only Lfntroyal Supe; Winter ide Snow Tire thai world miracles lee, snow, mud or muck. We rfon'l want to rush the season bur we suggest it'j time lo coma !tn and get a set lo avoid that bit minute rush when old man winter does strike. When I you choose Unroyal Super I Winlcride Snow Tires you I ton rest assured you're get- ting the finest Winter Tfrej on the market today and our Sales prices don'r hurt either. See KIRK'S for The Beit Deal far Every Whee 'S TIRE SALES LTD. "The Tire Experli" !Your UNIROYAl Dealer 3 IOCATIONS TO SERVE YO I621 3rd KIRKT> FERNIE, Phona 423-7746 KIRK'S TIRE (TASER) LTD 6201 SOIh Avenu Phone 223-3441 ;