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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tundoy, Octob.r 10, 1971 THE LE1HBRIOGE HERALD 11 Dwayne Wiseman top jockey Whoop-Up Downs is all quiet By PAT SUIJJVAN Herald Sports Wilier Jerry Kipling and Balcony Girl finished the 1972 fall thor- oughbred race meet at Whoop- Up Downs in [Lie style Monday afternoon. Up Downs Invitational handi- cap in 53 1-5 seconds, equalling ihe five-furlong mark set by Glorious Pete during She 1867 fall meet. Al Silvester trained the horse owned by Flying Fury Stables of Calgary. Ilalcony Girl won the Opera Star, ridden by Lonnie ANDY 'RUBE'S SEUIN1 FUR CCAT, PET-CAN I v LGOAN'TRV r WHAT 5 IT ON" BECAUSE I GET CHILL AFTER CHILLSTANblN IN THE COLD WAITIN FOR A BUS To TAKE ME TO WORK; 'LOOK, KID, IF FUR COATS' ARE ALLTHATGOOD, WHV CO CATS ALWA-i'S F SIT IN FROST OF THE FIRE? Players could squash series TORONTO Toronto lawyer Alan Eagleson, execu- tive-director of the National Hockey League Players' Asso- ciation, hinted Monday a pro- posed series of three exhibition games by the Red Army team against three NHL, teams in .lanuary may not gel players' approval. "After what happened in Rus- sia they may not decide it is Eagleson said Monday when asked about a re- port the Soviet Army team was negotiating exhibition game in January with the Stanley Cup Boston Bruins, New York Hangers and Chicago Black Hawks. Eagleson, who said the series was worked out by Chicago president Bill Wirtz and NHL president Clarence Campbell during Team Canada's recent visit to Moscow, said the ex- hibitions need the association's approval. "As of right now there is no indication we will approve the series, so they're whistling past the graveyard." He said it would he up to the players whether the series goes on IT'S NOT FINA1, Earlier in the day, Brian O'Neill, tiie cxecutive-di rector, said in Montreal "to my knowledge" the agreement t allow the series had not been concluded. "I was asked lo look at po- tential dates and Jan. 16 wa one- several submitted. Bit there's still a lot of work lo t: before it becomes fact. "I think (be potential dat has leaked out and accepted a fail accompli." O'Neill said the visit of th Sonet team k> North Americ still must go heforc Ihe NHI board of governors at its ne> meeting in Miami on Oct. 30 fo ratification. Eagleson said he will atten Ihe meetings, following whic he will take a phone vote player's representatives of eac of the 16 NHI, learns. He said Hint in a phone con- versation with Boston's Charles Mulcahy last week, the owners' representative told him (he owners had made, "some head- way" in their arrangements with the Russians. "But, added Eagleson, "ev- erything is subject to our (NHLPA) approval." NHL vice-president Don Ruck said in New York the announcc- ent from Boston of the series :cner, Jan. 16, was "a rumor at is terribly premature right ow." He confirmed, however, the oviets had "requested the -hedulmg of three or four ames in North America in the alter part of January" but that etails involving arenas avel dates for NHL teams ad not been worked out. Charlton, was second in the calured eighth race while Desk was third. Tire win- cr paid ?3.50, ar.d Jockey Dwayne Wiseman Completed an outstanding 12- iay meet with three winners on he nine-race card Monday, iringing his meet total to Z4 for op jockey honors. Wiseman scored aboard Countess Belinda in the first race, Stage Fever in the fourth and Polish Rod in the sixth. The largest single win payoff Monday was by Cupid's Dart, ridden by Charlton, which rc- urned and the ninth. The (Jaily double was worth J92 when Countess Belinda com bined with Hope You Hurry in the second race while the fifth race exactor of Mr. Marsh and Expanding returned S38.30. In Ihe quinellas, Tickle You Fancy led Colour Me Lucky to the wire to pay in the third race while Fire Line fin is bed second to Cupid's Dart in the ninth to pay Some bettors wagered total of compared will on the last day of thi 1971 meet. Meanwhile Cypress Cove wa close, but close enoug at Whoop-Up Downs Saturday Cypress Cove was edged ou by a nose as Stumbling Cul with Delbert Rycrofl on top won the Marion William Memorial Handicap in 3-o The win was worth t owner Marks of Lomond Alia, as Stumbling Cub re urned 514.10, and MONDAY'S RESULTS FIRST 1500, claiming, 4-year-olds and up, CovnreW Belinda (D. Wiseman) 70 4 10; Night HacKler (Smilh) t.m (10; Btg Bou1 (Ray) 8.40. Time: .59 3-5. Doc Terry's Wes Tosca, Deleaado elso aiiese will use CFL rules he race is run annually In onor of Marion Williams, late ife of Lee Williams, a dircc- or of the Western Canada Rac- ing Association. El Cresso and Wayward Boy aid in the daily double, vhile Music To My Ears edged Vimplc Street for a quin- in the third race. Banquet Knight and Jean's Goldie combined for a exactor in the fifth wliile Roily Minx and Ford's Folly were jood for a quinella In the eighth. Saturday's handle of was down from the wagered on the corresponding day in 1971. The overall handle surpasses but was short of the J05.000 wagered last year. SATURDAY'S RESULTS FIRST g, i-year-olds and 00, ctaii 5 lurlonoi. El Crcsso 'D. Wiseman! 5.00 3.70 2 70; Wayward Boy fCampbell) 2.PO 2.W; Another Hood tRycrolf) 3.50. Time: :W 2-5. Seal's Brorher, Grin Fiz7, Silent Shadow, Magic Cort Winter Waleh also HANDICAP WINNER Stumbling Cub, wllh jockey Delbert in the saddle, won the Marion Williams memorial handicap Salurday al Whoop-Up The race is run annually in memory of Marion Williams wife of lee Williams, al Ihe extreme right in hat. Crouched and helping lo hold hoise cooler at right is Dick Gray, director of racing. (Rick Ervin Photo) SECOND mlng, 4-Year. )lds and SWO, da 7 furlongs. Pixb Belle (Kipling) 12.M S.30 3.50; Lustrous Star IHayncs} 3.00; Shoolelong (SultorJ 2.70. Time: 2-5. Try American, LIIHe Miss Day, Really, congressman, serenade All ran. S500, SECOND claiming, 2-year-olds, ape Ynu Hurry (Campbell) U.4 ___ 4.30; Joey's Arch (JewrlD 14.70 4.10; Prairie Morn (Suitor) 2-5. Muff's Chance, Hwicst To Gctxtrn Shady Merry, Coppsr Dan, Norm's Mistake ran. DAILY DOUBLE: Ul.OO THIRD m, claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 Fancy (Kiplinfl) 7.90 r Me Lucky (Camp- Lad (D. Of Speed, Shirley's Abbie Bird also ran. TORONTO (CP) The Japanese have discovered Ca- nadian football. Jake Gmidaur. rommis- sionor of llic Canadian Foot- ball League, said Sunday the CFL will be providing films, rule books and olher data to Japanese promoters ''anxious to establish our game in their country." Japan is already a hoUxxl for footb all with a 12-lca m in Tokyo and five in Osaka. "Up till now we have played the ll-man football of the Americans, but we arc said one of the Japanese promoters, hiko Mori, wlio conferred with Gaudaur during tlie To- r o n f o Argonaut-Montreal AloueUo game Sunday. The first game of Canadian-style football is scheduled for Dec. 10 twcen Mori's Osaka Side- winders and Tokyo Thunder- ers. "We feel y o u r yame is more wide open than the American Mori said. "We are going completely men, wider [ield, Ihe works." Tickle Your 4.60 Colou bell) 3.FC; Wiseman) 3.30. Time; J-J Beta bob, (Man Scape, Gay Grin QUINELLA: FOURTH claiming, 3 and 4 year old maidens 5 furlongs. Slage Fever (D. Wiseman] 7.70 J20; Rilla V.'itls (Campbell) 9.10 4.90; Khars Tilley fRycrofti 3.-JO. Time: :59 2-5. Flaming Art, Poodlefaker, Quick Ma- lo. Pan RdVdale, Berry T elso ran, FIFTH 15CO, claiming 4-year-cldi up, (Kipling) 1VM 4.BO -1.40; Expanding (L.. 3-50 rer-quisile f Ravi A.M. Tirr.c: 2-J. Taliyho "liny's Kir.q, ftmter Day, Killed TrucV.le, Joy't Taffy also DAILY DOUBLE; S3J.50. THIRD iSOO, claiming, 4-vear-olds and up, 7 furlongs. Music To My Ears [Campbell) 2J.SO 10.00 Wimple S1rec-t (D. Wise- man) 3.70 2.70; Stove Pipe (HavnesJ "Time: Hidden Prince, Joy'i Tslfy, Hola Fire also ran. QUINELLA: FOURTH 5500 ctatmlng, 4-year-olds and up, ,a miles. Lady's Trip (Suitor) 6.60 3.60 1.Mr LiHIe Beck [Charlton) 3.10; Prld- dis Dandy (Sladnyk.) 2.60. Time: 3-5. Bigger Grsnf, Robin A Tiptoe, RocK 'n Win, 7'A-llighr Mood ran. FIFTH claiming. 4-year-oldi and 5 furlongs. Banquer Knight (Suitor) 5.20 3.40 Jean's GoJdle (Rycrofl) 7.70 5.60; Miss Rouaer (D. Wiseman) 3.00. Time: :i? 2-5. Roman Scholar, Tedlee, Amber Day, Silver Dell, Frhkalale also ran. EXACTOR SIXTH S5CO, claiming, 4-year-olds and irp 1 1-16 miles- Opera Slar (Haynesi 13.70 6.60 3.90; Sure Sprerf [Ray) S.30 3.75; Oulroman (L. Wiseman) 3.50. Tirr.-: 2-5. Spanish Giff. Croft Lake, Whii gale, S'A'isha'A'ay, Junie also r SEVENTH iZ.OM, handicap, 3-year-olds and Veto York. Boston lake il on the chin Francis upset with his Rangers ilts. Sfumtolirg Cub (Rycrofl) 14.10 Cypress Cove (Kipling) 3.90 3.00; 3.30; Ti -olds, 3.50. 3-5. an Arctic, Fast Stuff, Mirimba, Janice Marie, Royal ner also ran. EIGHTH t500, claiming. 3- and 4-yea 5 furlongs. Roily Minx (Baril) 31.10 8.JO AM; Ford's Folly (Smifh> 3.10 2.60; Avenue Lady (D. Wiseman) 2.90. Time: :59 2-5. Barb's LucK Mr. HI Tesf, Canadian Breeze, DIsis Jo also ran. QUINELLA: Stl.74 TraeV Scfalch: Cactui LIU EXACTOR: 136.30 SIXTH SXO, clal furlongs. i Rod CD. V.'tseman) '.50 3.iO I 3.CO; Slngdown (L. Wiseman) 3.90; I Miss Rojser (Haynss) 3.JO. Time: :i? 5-5. I BlgliUle Bull, Pixie Belle, Flying Enlerprise also SEVENTH iEW, claiming, and up, furlongs. Sure Soeed C5uilori 3.90 5.iO 3.60; Grey Cup Star (Char-lion) 19.20 8.00; Drcamin DGarnon (Campbell) 5.80, Time: 3-5. Bronselene, Ultle Gypsy, Marls Tass, Junle Moon, Special Bou1 also Bakcny CHrl (Kiplingl W Opc-ra Mar ICharllon) 4 Franl Dcr-k 'L. .1.00. Gourdiiie plans to investigate MILWAUKEE (AP) The legal counsel for the National Basketball Association, Simon lOurdine, was in Milwaukee Saturday for a meeting with Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Lucius Allen of Milwaukee Bucks, arrested in Denver early Friday in a marijuana investi- gation. Denver District Attorney Jaris Seocombe paid no charges would be filed against Abdul- Jabbar, the Bucks' star centre, hut thai Allen's case was .still "under investigation." Goivrdine, in a statement is- sued prior to his meeting with the two plavers and Bucks' president William Alverson, NBA commissioner Walter TAN Canadian I'ress Staff Writer Emile Francis, the plucky illle general manager-coach of New York Rangers, was still upset Monday after his club ar- rived home from a disastrous National Hockey League week- end. The Rangers, least severely hit among (he NHL leaders by Ihe rival World Hockey Associ- ation, were conceded by most to be heirs apparent to the East Division crown and odds-on fa- vorites to assume the Stanley Cup from Boston Bruins. The Rangers lost only little- used defenceman Jim Dorey to the WHA wliile Boston lost Cheevers, Derek Sanderson and John McKenzie- to the WHA and Ed tfall to the e xpansionisl New York Islanders. But the Rangers were humili- at ed in their t wo opening i games by teams not expected to pose much resistance. De- troit Red Wings took a 5-0 lead en route to a 5-3 win Saturday night and Chicago Black Hawks rolled up a 5-1 score over the New Yorkers Sunday. Had Francis ever before ex- perienced such a setback on an NHL opening wekeend1" "Hell, no. Not since I've been with this he replied. "And you can bet your bleep it's not going to keep on this way. No sir." In other Sunday games, Buf- falo Sabres heat Atlanta Flames 5-3 ami defending champion dropped a 4-2 score to Die lowly Los Angeles Kings. In action elsewhere Saturday Chicago handled Toronto Maple 3-1, Montreal Canadlens blanked Minnesota North Stars 3-0, Pittsburgh Penguins took should have had that puck cleared out of our end, but we didn't." The Rangers showed signs of "Eddie (goallender Eddie Giacomin) had no chance with guys standing around in front of said Francis of the improving at Ciiicago. hut Cliff Cliicago Stadium setback. Koroll's two goals in the second weren't plaj-ing our positions in period broke a 1-1 tie and the Black Hawks added two more unanswered scores in the final 20 minutes. our own end "We've got some work to do and you can believe we're go- ing to gel at U right away." Sharks rowdy in 4-0 defeat NINTH S500, claiming, a-ytar-olds am mile and 1-16. Cupid b Oarf (Charlfon) 29.70 MO. Fire Line (Jewell) V.OO Jus- iirvs Prince i O, Wiseman) 4.03. conkie. Dex- Kennedy askwl him to ascer- SALESMAN OF THE MONTH We are very pleased lo announce that Gor- don Close lias earned the salesman of the nionfh award for Sep- tember. We concjratu- Idle Gordon on bis achievement. QUINELLA: 1131.33 Angeles 4-2, Atlanta edged New York Islanders 3-2, Van c o u v e r nipped California Golden Seals 3-2 and St. Loui; Blues and Philadelphia Flycri staged a 4-4 standoff. League action resumes Wednesday Montreal a Toronl o, Va neon vcr a f York. Bosfon in Detroit, Buffal at home Ir> Los Angeles, Flames visiting Chicago, Pitt: Inirgh at St. Ixmis and tli North Stars at home to Califor iiia. "They were moving and w was Francis1 c? planation for the Detroit los: "Wo eoiildn't catch (hem. "You can't sit still and try I Jim Lorentz scored the first two Sabre goals at Buffalo and set up the third, but it re- mained for the club's acknowl- edged leader, young Gil Per- reault, lo settle the outcome. The big centre ace slipped the puck from behind Atlanta's net to Rene Robert for the win- ner with only 29 seconds gone in third period, Uien added the insurance goal himself about six minutes later. Weekend Los Angeles Sharks, heavily cnalized in their World ockey Association exhibition ames, continued the trend londay night in Regina and it aid off handsomely for Alberta ilers. The Sharks, laboring under mil-power disadvantages most !i'tl surrounding tlic ar- iViiike pusses like did HiQSC fil'St periods. [rwiii gets five big touchdowns Phil Invin scampered he sidelines for five big touch- downs anrt led High River to a op-sided 58-1 victory over the St. Mary's Warriors in Foot- lills Football League action on Uie weekend. Invin received liclp from eammates Lawrence Larson with a pair of majors and Drew McCready and Gord Flatercud with one apiece. Bob Grazier also added four converts. Tlie Picture Butte Elks used Mike Oliver's two touchdowns to whip Milk River 20-1. Rick Davies added one majo- while Dave Russell kicked twlanked Long Island Ducks of .lie Eastern League 6-0 CASSELMAN BUSY Angeles took 10 of the 12 minor penalties handed out in Regina by referee Brent Cas- selman and Sharks' Earl Heis- kata got the game's only mis- conduct. The Oilers, meanwhile, got two more goals from Jim Har- rison and Bob Wall. Tlie Blazers, playing without Derek Sanderson who was re- moved from the lineup to allow an elbow injury to recover, had to come from behind twice be- fore Campbell's tie-breaker. MacIxiLsh, Clement, Clarke. Pittsburgh 4 Los Angelrs 2 Pittsburgh Polis, Schock, Scliinkcl, McDonough; IXM Angeles Goring, Marotte. Atlanta 2 NY Islanders 2 Slefanhv, Comeau, Loiter; NY West- fall, Karris. Chicago 3 Toronto 1 Chicago Koroll, Korab, Hull; Dupere. Montreal 3 Minnesota 0 Monlreal Tardif, F. Ma- hovlich, Lemaire. Vancouver 3 California 2 V a n c o u vcr Tannaiiill, Wright, Lalonde; California- Smith, Leach. GORDON CLOSE mOTORS LTD. 7fli ST. AND lit. AVE. S. PH. 327-1591 Four games in (is mrmy nights Cents should be getting tired By TIIK CANADIAN PRESS Nohody should bo surprised if Calgary Centennials are a bit wobbSy when they face Van- COUVCT Nat.s in Ine '.vest coast city tonight. It will the fouilh Western Canada hockey league game in as many days for the Centennials. who emerged from weekend action with a win, a tic and a loss. Playing out of town, Calgary! beat Victoria Cougars 5-2 Satur- I day, tied New Westminster 1 Bruins 2-2 Sunday and lost 3-2 to Vancouver Monday. In Thanksgiving %vcek- end nctnn, Medicine Hot Ti- gers thrashed the visiting Flin 1 Finn Jiomlxrrs 10-1 Saturday hul Tost 9-1 when they visiltii Kdmtinton Oil Kings Sunday. Swift Current Broncos Flin Flon at Swift Current Saturday while Brandon Wheat Kings shaded the host Regina i Pats 6-5. Two olher games were schert-: tonipht: Flin Flon at lift-1 fiina and Swift Current at kiilonn. Swift CuiTent now leads Ihe, eastern division standings with four points, two more than Sas- katoon and .Brandon. Winnipeg Jets, who haven't opened their season, are In fourth place while Regina is fifth with two defeats and F3in Flon last uith three defeats, Tn the west, Ed- monton has four poinf.s on a 2-0 record for first place against Medicine Hat's second-place four points from a 2-1 record. Calgary is third with Ihree points, Vicirvrin fourth with two (in a 1-1 ri'ocird, Vuncouvor fifth i with two on a 1-2 record and New last wilh one I point. The Centennials got off fo a good start at Victoria, paced by two goals from Jerry Holland. Bob Molvik, Mike Hogers and !id.-s Sinilh added the olhevs' while P.lake liobinson and Dale; (Y.ok replied for (lie Cougars. i In New Westminster, Ihe Bruins had a wide, margin in play but had lo settle for the tic. Holland and Brian Moivick scored for t h e Cents, w h o had a 2-1 lead hi the final pe- riod. Ron P'agarhcim and Vic Mcrcredi were the Bruins marksmen. Tn Vancou vc r, the Na ts snapped a long-standing jinx by shading tho Centennials, whom they hart never liealen. Murray Bock scored two gonls lo point (lie w.iy for (tie Xa's and fiord .Sirwart Ihe winning con! nn a power-pi ay tlirough the final period. Holland and1 Randy Andrcachuk replied. Flin Flon was easily out- classed in iLs (wo games, In Medicine Hat, Boyd Ander- son scored five goals in little more than three minutes while the Bombers again played the role of hapless spectators. Tom Lanny McDonald, Ed Johnstonc, Lloyd Stevens and Barry Dean added one each while Al Hillier scored Flin Flon's only goal. More sport I on page 12 LEONARD TIRE MART ANNOUNCES THE FABULOUS First tire retail second tire All Canadian Built Tires INCLUDED: FULLY GUARANTEED AND FREE MOUNTING LEONARD TIRE MART "We Knowingly Undersoil" 102 2nd Ave. S. Phone 327-3580 ;