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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE lETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, September 6, 1973 RACE By Willie Ketchum FRIDAY'S SELECTIONS FIRST RACE S500 claiming for 3 year olds and upwards FIVE FURLONGS Banquet Knight................ 12Z Old Fort 124 Buster K'd 119 Sonnille Sid.................. 122 Green Port.................. 122 Ti'apuff ......................121 Flintstona...................119 Loves Lethbrldge track A race horse Has been around Unknown quality Could show Able to run Montana runner Odd good race SECOND RACE S500 claiming for 3 year olds and up ABOUT FIVE FURLONGS Noble Got the speed Hard knocker I he rail will help Needs more distance Needr. the mud Mr. Rideabout.................122 Hula Mah.....................'16 Blaze of Speed................ 119 Tod Leo 124 pixie Bell.................... Outside post position helps THIRD RACE claiming for 3 and 4 year old maidens SEVEN FURLONGS Raqtime Robert............. 117 My choice 18' 109 Grey Hops Drink I! Up Comoellino Last............... 117 Arr Shsdci'.-................... 112 Shady Valley................. 117 Returns Mad.................. 112 Angle Sue.................... 10? Good horse From a running stable. Hasn't shown much In capable hands Next time Gets angry Heard it's a runner FOURTH RACE S5CO claiming for 3 year olds and up SEVEN FURLONGS Hard to beat in Lethbridge Whipple Street................ 122 Floe-ting Hungry Hawk............ Reginak................ Lustrous Setr Tivalii Belle.............. Go Go Glen.............. Blue 122 "17 119 117 114 119 117 horse Hungry Montana speedster Max hopes May nsed race Always a good runner Could run gcod FIFTH RACE '5500 claiming for 3 year olds SEVEN FURLONGS Lady Stuart 115 Should be there Hope You Hurry..............- 116 Just Affair 114 May Master.................. 119 Joke; Jewel.................. 119 115 Winter Field.................. 119 J.B.'s C-irl 117 Mostly hurries Good bet Newcomer Would pay price Some good races Yoj guess Pass today Horses go Friday SIXTH RACE S500 claiming for 3 year olds and up SEVEN FURLONGS Class of the field Hard to beat Will have to be caught Would pay price With tough company Chance at a price May prove hard to beat Long shot of the race Some Monty B..................... 119 Big Bambi.....................119 John's Sis.................. 122 Rain Tauras 122 Joanie Pie....................119 Bui! Ouartz................. 119 Dexter Boy...................119 Now just hold still Jay Brusin of tet'nbridge, who has been a blccksmith for eight years despite being just 24 years old, gets Ned's Hoed, owned by Bill West of Lethbridge, ready for the start of the 1973 Fall Race Meet at Whoop-Up Downs. When Herald photographer Bill Groenen left Brusin he was just getting started shoeing six horses Wednesday. Post time Friday is four o'clock and Brusin says ail trig horses will be shoed and set to run. Places third at world championships SEVENTH RACE S700 claiming for 4 vear olds and up ONE MILE AND ONE EIGHTH Bred to run Good horse Runs big Running good Newcomer Could be the upset could be there Color Me Gray.................124 Color Me Lucky............... 121 Fire Line 119 Take One Step.................124 Glib 124 Capital Spending.............. 121 Astro Prince.................121 AH Chard.................... 121 From Montreal In other racing finals Wednes- spnngboard diving final, Scott I BELGRADE TCP) Cook admitted she did thing right Wednesday It's racing time again By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor If Ant" Andrews, manager of the ibridge Exhibition, appears to be walking with his nose in the air the next few days, don't think for a minute he is being a snob. Andrews, and all exhibition peop> concerned with the Fall Race Meet, will be looking to the skies more than occasional- ly beginning Friday and ending Sept. 22, two weeks from Satur- day. It was 78 above Wednesday afternoon when Andrews began his star gazing out of his of- fice window at the Exhibition Pavilion. "If this just holds (meaning the beautiful weather) we should have a dandy said Andrews. "Everything is falling into place he added. This year's meet, the third under the total directorship of the local exhibition people, kicks off Friday with a seven- race card and will run through until the 22 of Sept., the run- ning of the Marion Williams Memorial Handicap. 'We have some very good horses on hand for this year's stated Andrews. Actual- ly, the Lethbridge meet is a combination of racing talent 'rom four circuits, including ;he popular Western Canada Racing Circuit." Andrews makes n o bones about the fact the weather is ;he key to any success the ocals hope to have this time around. If the weather holds a new record could be establish- ed in the 12 day mutuel handle. In the 1971 the meet realized over while last year fell below the magic 000 mark because of bad weather. Another break for the locals was the decision by the Calgary Exhibition Board to build a new grandstand. The Calgary Fall Race Meet will not be held so a good many horses from Cal- gary and Edmonton are expect- ed to give local racing buffs excellent action. The Lethbridge meet is run completely on a local basis and Andrews would like nothing better than to see the show go and go big. "We have a lot of people who work very hard" says An- drews. "The only reimburse- ment they meet is a receive is if the success, they have with her husband, tablish the Fall done their job well." The Marion Williams feature is the big one of the meet and according to Andrews, Lee Wil- liams will be on hand and be hopes to win the purse, the largest of the 12-day event. Marion Williams, the late wife of Lee Williams, together helped es- Race Meet some 13 years back. "Mrs. Williams was very well thought of here in local racing circles" said Andrews, :his feature race is a big thing." One other highlight of the meet will be a Stars- of Yester- day race. Not much has been released regarding the names of horses and riders for this race but it is known that old 'avorites will be back on the track once more. night Cranham of Toronto was' eighth BEST BET SAME AFFAIR 8th RACE LONG SHOT PIXIE BELL 4th RACE POST TIME P.M. i and it enabled her to pick up a among eight finalists 455.76 Tafoer indoor rodeo Friday The Taber Civic Centre will be the site of the Kinsmen door rodeo this Friday and Saturday. The rodeo will feature the top riders on the Chinook ama- teur circuit. The Chinook Cir- cuit provides top calibre rodeo action and all contestants will be giving that extra effort as this is one of the last shows of the season and all the title races are extremely close. McGowan Rodeo will be sup- plying their high calibre stock for the show. McGowan Rodeo is owned and operated by two well known native Southern Al- rbertans. Gordon Ross and Allan Jones. The five major rodeo events will be featured along with team roping, boys steer riding, the boys wild pony race and the junior and senior gals bar- rel racing. An extra attraction to the show rail see the return of the popular cabaret scheduled for both nights. Among the many well known cowboys entered will be Dave MacDonald, Tommy Ross, Phil Van Cleave, Ted Ely, Brent Thompson and this year's win- ner of the Taber professional calf roping title, Bill Reeder. Announcer for the two per- formance affair will be Gary saddles for the circuit be set up in the lobby as well. The show gets underway at both nights. Wade undergoes knee surgery MONTREAL (CP) Quart- erback Sonny Wade of Mon- treal Alouettes underwent sur- gery Wednesday to repair torn ligaments in his right knee. Wade, in his fourth season with the Eastern Football Con- ference club, likely will be lost to the team for the remainder of the regular season schedule, a club spokesman said. "There's a chance Sonny will be back in time for the play- he added, noting that the injury Wade suffered early in Monday's 23-23 tie here against Toronto Argonauts, had not at first appeared serious. Jensen. A display of the trophy tournament. CANADIANS WIN PARMA, Italy (AP) Cana- dian sluggers belted three home runs and took advantage Of six errors in crushing Argentina 12-3 in an intercontinental base- ball tournament game Wednes- day. It was the third win against two losses for Canada in the Optimist Club of Lethbridge BIKES FOR TYKES Sunday, September 9th The person who collects the most money from pledges will win a New Men's 10-Speed Bike. Registration: Civic Centre Time: Noon to Course: Lethbridge-Picture Butte-Coaldale-Lethbridga Sponsorship forms available at matt ichools, from tiny Op- timist and at BERT MAC'S CYCLE on 3rd Avenue South. bronze msdal at the aquatic championships. The 16-year-old Vancouver 1 girl rallied strongly in the last! half of the women's 100-metre backstroke event to finish third with a time of one minute, 6.27 seconds. Ulrike Richter of East Ger- many won the gold with a clocking of compared with the world record of she set in the first leg of a re- lay race Tuesday night. Miss Cook, who finished fifth in the same event at the 1972! Olympics in Munich, was in fourth position just past the halfway mark. "It was just something I haven't been doing said Miss Cook, referring to her strong finish which helped her to pass Andrea Gyannati of world I points. Phil Boggs of the U.S. was first with 618.57 points. day, Kesna Rothhammer of the U.S. swam to a gold medal in the women's 200-metre freestyle and the American team cap- that lost its identity, and fans, to ets of the World Hockey Association last season, under- went a number of changes Wednesday intended to put the franchise back on its feet. Gerry Brisson. coach and general manager of the West- Hungary for the bronze. "I'velcrn Canada Hockey League been finishing badly in recent jlcam last season, confirmed at races. I just happened to j a news conference that he had stronger today." i purchased the club from Ben Her medal gives Canada four, Hatskin, president of the WHA including three silver in syn- team. chronizecl swimming, after five The sale had been rumored days of the championships. I for several months. Miss Cook was just beaten by I Brisson also announced a Melissa Eelote of the United! change in the name of the States for the silver medal, team, from Jets to Clubs. They Miss Belote had a time of will continue to play their home games in the Winnipeg Arena. Brisson will remain as coach, while also assuming the role of president. He said a board of directors probably 10 mem- bers will be named at a later date and many of them will also be shareholders. Completing the i m a e change, Brisson said the fami- liar blue uniforms with red and white trim, will no longer be the team dolors. He said Clubs will take to the ice for their first exhibition game Sept. 22 in red x 100-metre freestyle relay. East Germany also picked up a gold medal in the women's 100-metre breast stroke when Renate Vogel won in a Eu- ropean record time of Andras Hargilay of Hungary won the men's 400-metre indi- vidual medley in an- other European record. At the end of the day, the U.S. Isd the medal standings with eight gold, six silver and three bronze, followed by East Germany with six gold, one sil- ver and six bronze. Hungary has just the one gold medal, followed by Canada with its three silver and a bronze while the Soviet Union has onl> three silver medals. Australia, a long-time powe in swimming, has yet to win a medal. Miss Cook and Cranham wer< the only Canadians to make i past preliminary heats Wednes dav. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE St. Louis Pittsburgh Montreal East W L. 72 68 67 69 67 70 uniforms with a white emblem Dave Brumwell of Calgarj and trim. Hatskin and the Jets were original members of the WCHL when it was formed seven years ago. Hatskin said he sold the club because of the conflict trying to run both a junior and professional club. bettered his own Canadiai record in the 400-metre medlej with a fourth-place finish in th third heat. The 19-year-old Brumwell, who trains in Van couver, had a time of to top his previous record o earlier this year. LETHBRIDGE MINOR HOCKEY ASSOC. Annual Meeting TUESDAY, SEPT. llth 7.30 p.m. Room 1 Adams Ice Centre ELECTION OF OFFICERS FINANCIAL REPORT ALL THOSE INTERESTED IN MINOR HOCKEY ARE URGED TO ATTEND League champions Sec-men's Jewellery won the Henderson Lake women's Erma Bikman, Dianne Carrier, Audrey Isabel Mc- golf league title this year. The winners, decked out in Nair, Doreen Ully and Pat Henderson. Missing was Joan their finest golf aftire, are, left to right, Irene Marcinko, Layton. Pet. .514 .-193 .489 .475 .474 .450 New York 66 73 Chicago 65 72 Philadelphia 63 77 West Cincinnati 85 55 .607 Los Angeles 83 57 .593 San Francisco 7? 59 .572 Houston 71 71 .500 74 .475 89 .355 GEL 3 3V, 5V'J y 2 5 15 35 Atlanta San Diego 49 TODAY'S GAMES NATIONAL LEAGUE San Diego Jones (4-4) Et Los An- geles Sutton (16-8) Chicago Jenkins (12-13) at Montreal Moora WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Cincinnati 020 000 100 9 11 1 Houston CO' 000 116 09- 3 6 1 Norman, Borbon Carroll (7-S) and Bench, Plurnmer Reuss, Cosgrove Forsch (9-11) Up- shaw (11) and Jutze. HR: Cin Arm- brister Atlanta .010 Oil 11 i San Diego 001 002 4 9 0 P. Niekro, House J. Niekro (1-3) (8) and Casnova; Greif (8-15) and Kendall. HRs: Atl Garr SD- Murrell Los Angeles 000 000 060 San Fran .304 coo 13 1 Rau Solomon (3) Hough C4) and Ferguson, Yeager Barr (11- and Rader. Philadelphia 000 000 041 New York 100 012 450 Twitchell Culver (6) a n d Boone; Sadecki (4-3) McGrow (6) and Grote. HR: St. Louis 300 002 5100 Pittsburgh '3 1 Foster Andrews Segui (9) and Simmons; Morian Ach- ary Walker Hernandez Johnson (9) anu Sanguillen. AMERICAN LEAGUE East W L Pet. GBL Baltimore 79 57 .581 Boston 77 63 .550 Detroit 74 66 New York 70 69 Milwaukee 67 71 Cleveland .529 .504 .436 60 81 .426 10V4 13 West Oakland 81 57 .587 Kansas City 76 (52 .551 S Chicago 69 70 .496 12' Minnesota 67 70 .489 13' California 62 72 .463 17 Texas 47 91 .341 34 TODAY'S GAMES Detroit Fryman (5-9) at Cleveland Tidrow (10-14) Milwaukee Colborn (18-9) at New York Dobson (7-6) Chicago Bahnsen (17-16) at Minne- sota Fife (2-1) Oakland Blue (15-9) at California Wright (10-18) WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Oakland 510 010 12 1 California 2CO 102 13 1 Hunter Fingers (7) and Fosse; May Hassler Bar- ber Sells (9) and Sands. HRs: Sands Detroit.....100 001 7130 Cleveland 9 1- LaGrow Scherman and Didisr; Timmerman Hilgen- dorf (8) and Ellis. HR: Baltimore 12 1 Boston.....160 000 790 Cuellar Reynolds (2) and EtcheBarren; Moret Lee Bolin <7) and Fisk; HRs: Blair Eastern Conference Toronto Hamilton Montreal Ottawa W L 4 1 3 2 2 2 2 4 T F A PtS 1 117 113 9 0 130 83 6 1 86 98 5 0 W 114 4 Western Conference W Sask........ 5 Edmonton Calgary B.C....... Winnipeg LEADERS: Cutler, e Abendschan, Jonas, W Harris, B.C. Eber, S Robinson, C Musso, B.C. Gerela, B.C. Rood, S Brown, W L T F A PtS 1 0 133 98 10 3 0 121 111 6 3 0 79 111 6 4 0 134 161 6 6 0 11? 129 2 TD C FG 0 9 16 0 14 8 2 9 5 0 5 0 0 7 5 0 0 13 4 0 4 0 f 61 42 39 0 30 0 30 2 30 0 30 5 27 0 24 0 24 G78-4 PLY POLYESTER TIRES Each ELRICH TIRE LTD. "YOUR FIRESTONE DEALER" COMPLETE TIRE SALES V SERVICE 402 1st Av.. South 327-6886 or 327-4445 ;