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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10-THE LETHBRIDGE September 11 1973 FABULOUS LAS VEGAS 5 DAYS 4 NIGHTS ACCOMMODATION Circus Circus Many Extras Several Departures from Calgary Only S215.00 rtn. per person (double occupancy) ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The Herald Sports McCauley chalks up three more wins Tame Prince sets new record PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor Alvin McCauley is making a one-man show of top jockey honor at the 1973 Fall Race Meet di p Downs M c a u 1 e y rode three v, inner b Monday afternoon to i un to seven his victories in three davs Monday however. had to share the spotlight with his mount in the featured seventh race. Tame Prince Owned and trained by Lome Spadv of Alliance Alberta. Tame Prince romped to vic- tory in the six-horse seventh race leading from wire to wire Race results I IH-I 3600 claiming 4 >ear olds and up 5 'u-'ongs Hula Man (Watson) 1250 710 3 30 SL.I Arrd> (Simpson) 4 00 3 30 Marys Fancy iNiblett) 3 20 Time 90 2-5 Lost Trust Tediess Ca'ibou Trail Wayward Bo> also ran -I OMI S600 claming 4 ,ear olds and up 7 furlongs Flmtbtore (McCaulev) 490 300 220 Buster Kid ,Su tor) 350 220 Meo Class (Niblet'j 2 30 Time 1 31 2-5 Best will return MAN'CHESTER. England (AP) George Best, appar- ently reformed British soccer star, went back into training as promised Monday, but he dirued half an hour late Best announced last week he was returning to soccer after retiring for the final time 10 months ago At his prime, the forward of Manchester United and Northern Ireland was rated one of the game's su- perstars He got tagged with a image in recent years after a long spell of escorting beautifu1 girls, going mghtclubbmg and frequently walking out on the club when le should have been training After a medical checkup A'lth the club doctor Monday. Best trained for over an hour ind said "It was hard but it Aent okav Carpet Dirty? PHONE 328-2853 itir.steam Carpet Cleaning Ltd. Little Deer Ladys Trip also ran inn i inn in i in i mini S600 claiming 3 year olds 5 furlongs Winter Field (Niblett) 1080 540 2 90 Just Affair (Haynes) 4 40 2 80 Beau Tango (McCauley) 250 Time 1 00 2-5 Wynscope Look Out Snoopy Lady Whirl-A-Go also ran T-ack Scratches Vix Lady Nagandsir ill IM I I I ill Kill S600 claiming 4 year olds and up 5 furlongs Pixie Belle (Niblett) 4 70 3 30 2 50 Reserved Speed (Suitor) 2 70 Time 1 00 1-5 Ta Tayet Grey Cup Star Mister Rideabout also ran III III S600 claiming 4 year olds and up 7 furlongs Restless Willow (Niblett) 5 50 3 00 4 20 Sleeking Bar (Marks) 5 10 430 Barbs Luck (McCauley) 390 Wimple Street Smart Debt Lustrous Star also ran i mi; -mil S600 claiming 3 year olds and up 7 furlongs Sure Speed (McCauley) 4 60 3 60 2 40 College Count (Suitor) 6 00 2 70 Blue Twist (Watson) 2 80 Time 1 30 1-5 W.n-N-Grin Blue Mustango also ran M Mil S700 claiming 3 year olds and up 7 furlongs Tame Prince (McCauley) 5 30 3 80 390 Glib (Marks) 370 300 Hope You Hur-y (Wiseman! 290 Time 1 27 4-5 Big Edge Color Me Lucky Miss Easter Day also ran I II.Ill II S600 claiming 4 year olds and up 5 furlongs Old Fort (Marks) 480 450 310 Carbon County (Niblett) 9 90 4 00 Missy Way (Haynes) 5 10 Time 0 58 4-5 Star Snip Jet Courier Boy Brush Dexter Boy Banque Knight also ran IM 1 I Mi( III Whalers gel first trophy BOSTON (AP) New Eng- land Whalers, who won the first World Hockey Associa- tion playoff title earlier this year, formally received the World Trophy Monday The presentation was made by WHA president Gary Davidson, and marked the first public display of the trophv Jack Kelley. who will devote full time to duties as general manager of the Whalers this year, and centre Terrv Caffery also received league awards. Kelley was honored as the 1972-73 WHA coach o( the year, Caffery was voted the league's rookie of the vear McCauley gave the five- year-old bay out of Prince Royal and Royal Gulf a superb ride before the gathering of 600 bettors. In winning the Lethbnage Herald feature Tame Prince set a new record for the seven turlong distance as he took just one minute, 27 and four- filth seconds to win. The old mark of 1 28.1 was set this year at the Whoop-Up Days meet July 21 Tame Prince led by two lengths as he came past the grandstand for the first time Monday and held that margin throughout despite a strong challenge from Glib ridden by Gary Marks. Tame Prince paid 30 to win Owner Spady received a trophv blanket for his horse's ettorts and the blanket was presented by Merv Peters general manager of Exhibi- tion Park in Vancouver Peters is also president of the National Association of Cana- dian Race Tracks For the first time in the three days of action McCauley missed winning the first race However, he made up for it in the second aboard Flmtstone and in the sixth atop Sure Speed The combination of Flint- stone to Hula Mah in the first paid bettors 40 A total of 52 tickets were cashed on the daih double In the sixth race, McCauely jumped out in Iront on Sure Speed and never looked back Monday's third race saw Field earn Graham Niblett the win. his first of three Winter Field combined with Just Affair, with Rod Haynes up. for a 50 qui- nella Niblett won the fourth race as well as the fifth as he finished in the money six times Mondav afternoon In the fifth race Niblett's mount Restless Willow, won going away He combined with Fleeting Bar to pay an exactor of 90 The pan-mutuel handle Monday totalled down somewhat from the same day in 1972 when was spent However, local officials are tar from disheartened Track scratches accounted for better than of the difference leaving the total just a lew hundred dollars short of last year Local officials are more than optimistic about the success of the 1973 edition of the Fall Race Meet still have nine days to go, said one board member. "And that includes the Marion Williams Handicap, Sept 22, the last day of the 12-day meet TURF SHOTS There are no races today but action will resume Wednesday at four o'clock The later post time is good for eight-to-five SALE SALE SALE SALE SALE SALE SALE SURPLUS MOVE IT OUT SALE 4-Way Rim Wrench Reg. 4.39 SALE. 3.88 Scissors Jack 2500 Ib. capacity. Reg. 12.95. SALE. 10.79 HEADLAMP PROTECTORS Large pair Small pair 1.44 CUSTOM TRIM AUTO-GRAPHS Ford Chevrolet Dodge Datsun Etc Now .88 COMBO-BIN jf Litter Basket with Tissue Dispenser Reg. 3.95 O SALE CONVEX Auto Spot Mirror Reg. 2.49 -i SALE I COILTYPE HELPER SPRINGS Ideal for Pickup trucks_________ 1000lbs. Reg. 11.95. SALE 1500lbs. Reg. 14.95 SALE 9. 12.98 Jr. West Coast Truck Mirror 11 QQ Mirror Head. Reg. 14.95. Sale, each "WW TRUCK MUD FLAPS 7.99 Reg. 8.98 Now Only REAR LIFT KITS For Leaf Springs. Sale 7.66 SHOP NOW AND SAVE MIDLAND AUTO SUPPLY (71) LTD. 421 5th St. S. Phone 327-4951 SALF ENDS 5 P M SEPT 15 1973 (f) m m SALE SALE SALE SALE SALE SALE SALE workers but is causing an- nouncer Brent Seelv some concern It's hard to tell the difference between brown and purple when the seventh and eighth races are being run ott Back-to-back photo finishes took place in the third and tourth races Monday The cameraman was kept Whoop-Up Downs Selections WEDNESDAY'S SELECTIONS FIRST RACE Claiming for 3 and 4 year old maidens Son of Latham ...............114 June Rouser ................116 Compelhngs Last .............119 Shady Valley 114 Shelly M 109 Triple Charm 111 Fabienne 109 Iblis 119 119 119 114 117 119 Pixie Belle Tiny's King Missy Way Miss Wilson Do Step Reqmak Swan Babe Wilysahie .115 slight .117 will go head a head .119 moody sort 119 not today 119 will watch 119 has speed 119 bad post position 114 pass ABOUT FIVE FURLONGS FOURTH RACE S600 Claiming for 2 year olds Clifford M Sawridge Boy ...............119 Bleu Deem Npds Delight Clara s Caper J D Effervesce Two Penny Mist Senator Sam 112 116 119 118 one start one win real tough good races will havo to hard to say will watch not in this a winner mprove FIFTH RACE Claiming for 3 year olds and up Mr. Marsh ....................119 Comta .......................116 Chino's Haydn ................119 Carbon County 114 Yapl 116 Vix Lady 116 Strorntree 116 Alberta Brier 114 always tough going speed sort won on Saturday could upset good post will pay a price will watch might be tired ABOUT FIVE FURLONGS SIXTH RACE Claiming for 4 year olds and up Astro Prince ..................119 Fleeting Bar .................117 Mary's Fancy .................114 Grinner 119 Mr Bountiful 119 Malo s Image 114 Lady? Trip 119 Caribou Trail 116 pick of the bunch was a runner be right there doesn I smile over the hill from Roqina hard knocker could upset ONE MILE SEVENTH RACE Claiming for 3 year olds A M- 'ake ....................116 Scotcii Indian ................119 Arctic Flury ................116 Shoes for Jimmy 118 What a Blend 114 If by Chance 114 Lady Stuart 111 Caesar Boy 111 won t be today wins a lot definitely the danqer Jimmy is barefoot could blend is n i hance fancy liltle mare could upset SEVEN FURLONGS EIGHTH RACE Claiming for 4 year olds and up Bull Quartz ...................119 Big Bambi ...................119 Super Quill ...................119 Fast Friday 119 Chants Boy 122 Boy Brush 122 Mr Rideabout 122 Mint Green 119 improving all the time has won two this meet in capable hands runs better on Friday watch once hard to recommend be nqht close shippmq m from Great Falls POST TIME 4: 00 P.M. BEST BET BULL QUARTZ 8th RACE LONG SHOT REGINAK 3rd Race LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Leve! 7th Street Shopping Mall Lethbridge, Alberta Phone (403) 328-7411 HOME AND OFFICE SAFES busy a good part of the after- noon After two days of sunshine the track is getting taster Not only did a track record fall Monday but in the eight race. Old Fort came within three-fifths of a second of the five furlong mark as he finished in a time of 58 4 seconds i yi.yraiw TCH.' THE S TIME.' THIS iS A SIT OF A ISN'T IT? VOU USUALLY -e- SCREAM VOUR, HEAD OFF.' SAVIN1 MY SCREAMING I F1 TOMORROW WHEN V DEFUSES TO TAKE ME OUT) TO SHOW 'E'S SORRY daddy was a runner strictly the danger good try last time next time hard to say never shown much could be the dark horse good rider ABOUT FIVE FURLONGS SECOND RACE Claiming for 3 year olds and up Ragtime Robert ...............112 Will come right back Blare of Speed...............122 danger witn the rail Mister Whycome ..............112 be close C C Magic Summer in Rome Lucky Von Blue Mustango Jim Mellan named coach Native Sons practice trips hard next time coming from Regma odd qood race Beau Tango 119 would pay a price 7 SEVEN FURLONGS THIRD RACE S500 Claiming for 3 year olds and up Richard Blasco. president of the Lethbridge Athletic Association, announced Mon- day that tryouts for the Lethbridge Y's Men's Nattive Sons will start tonight. The practice for the junior B hockey club will get under way at 8 30 p m at the Henderson Lake Ice Centre All interested players are requested to brrng along their own equipment for the hour long session Meanwhile Blasco also released that Jim Mellan of Lethbridge will succeed Stan Maxwell as coach of the Native Sons for the 1973-74 term King leader prosecuted NEW YORK (AP) A man described by the Prosecutor as the mastermind of a ring that reaped million in profits by fixing superfecta harness races, was arraigned in Brooklyn federal court Monday. Magistrate Vincent Cat- toggio released the defendant. Forrest Gerry Jr 45, on 000 bail. Prosecutor Hal Myerson of the federal strike force against organized crime said Gerry had about cash in his pocket when he was arrested by FBI agents Sun- day night at a motel near Roosevelt Raceway. Gerry was described as a harness horse broker who had been "Thrown out of racing Cattogio rejected Myer- son's request for bail. "We have very strong infor- mation that he intended to leave the United States as soon as he felt he was going to be the prosecutor said. COPPKR TRADED OTTAWA CP) Ottawa Rough Riders of the Canadian Football League traded defen- sive halfback Billy Cooper to Edmonton Eskimos Sunday in return for Edmonton's first- round draft choice next year. Cooper is a 10-year CFL veteran and played the last six years with Ottawa Edmonton defensive back Dick Dupuis broke an elbow, leaving the club in need of a Canadian replacement Two league games staged FFC opens schedule The 1973 Foothills Football Conference got under way with a pair of league games and one interlocking exhibi- tion encounter on the weekend Similar to the 1972 season, the Southwest Football Conference, now called the FFC will involve nine teams divided into two divisions The west division will include Nanton, High River, Claresholm, Vulcan and PREVENT FREEZE-UP! We will Winterize your Recreation Vehicle's Water System for only 19 95 PREBCO 600-4th Ave. North (West of the Gas Company) PHONE: 328-4421 Cardston St Mary's while the east division will feature teams from Coaidale. Picture Butte. Raymond and Card- ston The Lethbridge Herald at the request of the FFC's directors will carry extensive coverage of league games dur- ing the week, every Tuesday Meanwhile in league action Friday night, the defending western division champion Vulcan Cougars scored a hard- lought 12-0 victory over Claresholm In another league encounter Friday, Raymond over- powered Cardston in the se- cond half of play to capture the first win in eastern conference 20-13 Jimmie Roth, Mark Kamitomo and Drew (j a I b ra i t h notched a touchdown apiece for the winners while Kamitomo and (lalbraith also added a single point each Doug Ymll paced Cardston with a pair of majors and a convert Maxwell, who handled all the coaching chores for the Native Sons last season, has taken on the same duties with the newly formed Lethbridge Longhorns of the Alberta Junior Hockey League. Mellan. who guided the Lethbridge Kinsmen Warriors to the Alberta juvenile cham- pionship title last season, is a product ol the Lethbridge Minor Hockey Association Alter leaving the minor hockey ranks he continued playing at the collegiate level where he starred as a centreman and defenceman with the Calgary Mount Royal Cougars He was also a potential NHL product but his hockey career was ended by a tragic car ac- cident prior to the Pittsburgh Penguin's training camp. With his hockey future hav- ing taken a severe blow, Mellan continued in furthering his education and at this time owns a B.Sc. in business ad- ministration and a B A in education He is presently working on his masters of education while teaching at the Catholic Central High School Mellan has also gained plen- ty of experience in the coaching field as he guided the Warriors in 1969. Native Sons in 1971 and the Warriors again in 1972. ELRICH 1 1 1 St New Los San i p San NATIONAL LEAGUE Pittsburgh Blass (3-7) at Chicago Hooton (12-13) New York Koosman (12-14) at Philadelphia Lonborg (12-12) Los Angeles Sutton (16-9) at Cin- cinnati Grimsley (13-9) San Francisco Bradley (12-11) at Atlanta Schueler (8-7) Montreal Renko (12-10) at St Lou s Foster (12-7) NMION VI I I U.I I 1'ill-hm.ih JO! III! I I 11 I INI mu Illlll (Mil III i 7 i Rooker (8-5) and Sanguillen Rpuschel (12-15) Aker (3) LaRoch i.l) Burns (4) Gur.i (7> and Rudolph HRs Fanzone (b) -.III I I.......... Illlll (Mil II I II MI.mi.i mi me 11 u Manchal (10-12) Carnthers iD I) Willouphin IDI and H.idor Ford ilOi ind Casanovd Dates (9) HRs (37) Johnson (40) Houston 002 001 362 S Diego 000 300 591 Griffin (1-6) Forsch '8) and Jutze Greif (9-15) and Kendall CANADIAN FOOTBALL Eastern Conference W L T F A Pts. Toronto 511 133 120 11 Hamilton 330 137 99 6 Montreal 2 3 1 104 121 5 Ottawa 240 99 114 4 Western Conference Eclmontofi Calqary B C Winnipoq W 5 2 3 L T F A Pts. 0 142 121 4 3 0 144 129 4 3 0 104 119 3 4 0 134 161 1 60 119 129 10 Today's games Boston Pattm (13-12) at Balt'more McNally (15-14) Cleveland Perry (15-19) at New York DobbOn (7-6) Detroit Fi ytman (5-10) at Milwaukee Slaton (12-11) Texas Seibert (5-11) at Minnesota Decker (9-7) Kansas City Gerber (9-7) at Oakland Abbott (0-0) Chicago Wood (23-18) at Californis Ryan (16-15) III! I I I li ii Dill Illll t II Ni 1...L Illll Illlll J II II Tidrow (12-14) and Duncan Peterson (8-14) Granger (9) and Munson HRs NY (5) Blomberq (9) Boston 100 201 10 1 Baltimore 000 100 8 1 Tiant (i7-i2; Bolin (7) and Fisk. Jefferson (4-5) Reynolds (6) and Williams li s.i- III I Illll I I! I Illlll Illll Hill IMMI I I I i ..hi......i nil) nun i T u. i Bahnsen (18-17) Stone (7) and Herrmann, Lange (2-1) and Sands Kansas CityOOO 000 042 Oakland 000 360 14 0 Busby (14-13) Drago (5) Wright (7) Simpson (7) and Taylor Martinez (9) Blue (17-9) and Fosse SEIBERLING G78-4 PLY POLYESTER TIRES Each ELRICH TIRES LTD. "YOUR FIRESTONE DEALER" COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE 402 1st Ave. South Phone 327-6886 or 327-4445 ;