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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, September 13, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 11 Whoop-Up Downs Selections FRIDAYS SELECTIONS FIRST RACE Claiming for 2 Year Old Maidens FIVE FIRLONGS Two Penny Mitt ..............116 Chocolate Mils...............116 Silent Man................119 Kentucky Astro 119 Four Steps Down 117 Gypsy s Freedom 114 Neds Delight 119 should break her maiden 5 strictly the danger 4 first start 6 rail will help 1 showed little 2 might upset 3 not today 7 SECOND RACE Claiming for 4 Year Olds SEVEN FURLONGS Buster Kid ..................119 Miss Router................116 Sickle's Queen............ lie Tops Mr Rideabout Meo Class Delegado Brian T 122 114 122 119 May go all the way will argje will be rough the outsider could upset seldom hits Enid Pepper won the Country Club women's ti- tle Sunday with a 180 score, 16 strokes better than Jean Peake who placed se'cond Golf title to Pepper Enid Pepper of the Lethbndge Country Club com- pleted her most successful golf season in a good many vears recently Pepper won the women's championship at her home club and did it in convincing fashion Playing in the championship flight Pepper finished the 54- hole medal plav event with a 180 16 big strokes ahead of runner-up Jean Peake In the first flight Mildred Story and Margaret Green hmshed in a deadlock for top Spot with identical 214 scores However the title went to Storj on a countbdck while Green had to settle for the runner-up honors Valdene Dewar took home the silverware in the second Thght as she chalked up a 234 score after 54 holes Marie Wyhe was second with a final score of 245 THIRD RACE Claiming for three year olds My Master.................117 Just Affair..........117 Chino's Annie .............114 Yael 114 Vix Hero 117 Twins Sheba 114 Painted Indian 122 J B s Girl 111 FIVE FURLONGS wire to wire been hinting lately running good not in present form may last for a price first start in Lethbndge should be a runner not today FOURTH RACE Claiming for 3 year olds SEVEN FURLONGS Winter Field 116 best pf the Hope You Hurry probably Lady Stuart Miss Easter rail will Look Out over If By m FIFTH RACE Claiming for 3 Year Up SEVEN Mike Mullen 119 rssdv to Speeds Beauty 116 strictly the Pequma 119 danger with the odd good Coiojr Me might John s could be the dark Jake s bad post SIXTH RACE 3 Year Olds Up ONE MILE Fleeting charging at the Lady s could go all the Esprit oe the in Joey s not Allie of could SEVENTH FACE for 4 rear Olas ONE MILE the 119 running Precious speedy Gypsy Jo showed Boy hard to Gay will be right EIGHTH RACE 1600 Claiming for 4 year olds up FIVE Reserved only a slight Win N Grin 119 still Royal 122 classy old Mary s could Rod better m the Last nobody Indian Monday hard luck POST TIME P.M. BEST BET MIKE MULLEN Fifth Race LONG SHOT ALLIE OF REMORSE Sixth Race High school football opens Friday night By LLOYD VAMAGISHI Herald Sports Writer The 1973 Southern Alberta High School Football League season will open with a pair of garnet, Friday night The league will once again operate with the two division svstem with three teams in both the eastern and western conferences Three Medicine Hat teams Crescent Heights, McCoy High School and Medicine Hat High School will compete in the east division while three local clubs, including the Winston Churchill Bulldogs, Islanders in i legal trouble AKW YORK iReuter) A S6 million anti trust suit was Iiled in Brooklyn Federal COLLEGE MERCURY APPOINTMENT BRANDVOLD Gordon G Paterson Pres- ident of College Mercury Sales Ltd is pleased to an- nouce the appointment of D E 'Doug" Brandvold as Service Mgr Doug has 10 years experience m automotive servicing, 7 years with Ford as a Re- gistere'd Technician Doug s wealth of automo- tive knowledge prompfs him to invite you to bring your Service needs to College Mercury Court Wednesday by the Yv orld Hockey Association and 11 of its member clubs against the owners of New York member of the National Hockev League It was alleged the defen- dants conspired to monopolize tiadc and commerce in professional hockey through the enforcement of the reserve clause in player contracts The reserve clause binds an athlete to the club with which he first signs until he is re- leased or sold by that club It alleges that "member hockey clubs of the National Hockev League have gained c omplete control of the pool ol plcivers capable and available to plav major league profes- sional hockev and have denied access to that pool ol plavers bv cinv potential competitors and have taken steps to con- spue to trade and commerce in professional hockev The defendants have 20 davs to answei the complaint Lethbndge Collegiate In- stitute Rams and Catholic Central Cougras, will toil in the west All teams will play four division games as well as three interlocking matches during the season Meanwhile the Winston Churchill Bulldogs will host the Catholic Central Cougars in the western conference opener Friday night while McCoy Colts entertain Cres- cent Heights in the east The Bulldog-Cougars match up is scheduled for an eight o clock start at Henderson Stadium According to latest reports, the defending western conference and league cham pion LCI Rams could come out on top once again but should have their hands full with the Bulldogs Both clubs will carry an ex- perienced starting lineup onto the turf and the pennant race will most likelv go right down to the wne On the other hand, the Cougars just might be in trou- ble due to their lack of ex- penence compared to their rivals The Cougars are in a re- building year and coach Dean Dahl will have his share of problems in producing a contender At this time the writer would like to to coach Dahl for a poor choice ol words in an article in Thur sdav s edition that mav have caused embarrassment to himself or his team The statement in question was intended to mean that vvhethei 01 not coach Dahl has anv talent to work with it seems he always produces a winning club OFF AND RUNNING LETHBRIDGE WHOOP-UP DOWNS SEPT 7-22 0EBT i .IQU COULDN'T INTEREST ARE THOSE WHO AVE EM Rough Riders top Bombers Suitor shines in featured seventh By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor Barbara Suitor proved once aigain she is just 'one of the bovs at Whoop-Up Downs Suitor who came ever so close to winning top jockey honors last year at the Fall Race Meet is again making her presence felt as the first tour davs of the 1973 meet have gone DV the boards Wednesday afternoon, with better than 1.600 racing buffs looking on Suitor played possum for most of the featured seventh race and then turned it on so to speak, as she turned the corner heading into the home stretch to win the seven-furlong jaunt in 1 28 4 The feature, the City Packers sponsored purse proved to be one of the best races of the meet thus far Ladv Stuart, who eventually finished fourth, and Arctic Flury jumped into a quick lead and were neck-and-neck as they went past the grands- tand for the first time Scotch Indian, ridden by Vern Watson, appeared to be in command taking the lead in the last turn before heading for home But Suitor, who rode the winner beautifully, had other ideas as she took What A Blend wide and simply ran awav from the eight-horse gathering Shoes For Jimmy, with Larry Wiseman up, also finished quickly but was no match for Suitor and her mount What A Blend, owned by the Baha Tinda Stables of Calgary and trained by Bill West of Lethbndge paid a good for A win ticket The for Suitor helped sooth the bruises she picked up in (he fourth race when Bleu Deen dumped her at the starting gate Suitor however got back on to finish second in the race behind Saw ridge Boy Giaham Niblett rode Saw ridge Boy moving him into d tie for top spot with Mvin McCaulev in the race loi jockey honors Both who was shutout Wednesdav and Niblett have seven wins while Suitor has lour as has Gan, Marks A good crowd was on hand that is until the cold wind moved in. but before the day was over the pan-mutuel windows clicked to the tune of 147 Last vear with the whole day cold and was wagered saw the biggest pavotf of the meet to date as Shadv Valley ridden bv Rod Havnes in the first combined with C C Magic, with Ivan Clark in the saddle in the se- cond to pav 19 ticket holders 10 The first quinella Tmv King to Sure Speed was worth (JO to 105 people while the last race with Fire Line first and Big Bambi second was uoith 20 Chino s Havdn to Mr Marsh in the filth paid a 60 exac- tor to lib bettors Kccord double LIVONIA Mich (AP) The largest daily-double payoff in North American rac- ing historv registered at Detroit Race Track Wednes- day when the winning 6-11 combination in the first two i aces letuined 60 There were two winners. picking Doci in the first race and Fai i's Dream in the second The previous lecoid was a icliiin ol .it Lincoln Downs Sept 28 1972 Race results FIRST S600 claiming Sand 4 year olds 5 furlongs Shady Valley (Haynes) 8 20 4 20 540 Iblis (Suitor) 360 300 Triple Charm (Marks) 6 50 Time 1 00 1-5 Compellings Last Shelley M Fabiene June Rouser Show Em Blue also ran SECOND S600 claiming 3 year olds and up 7 furlongs CC Magic (Clark) 19201060440 Mister Whycone (Niblett) 7 00 3 40 Blaze Of Speed (Haynes) 4 20 Time 1 29 1 5 Mr Ted M Summer In Rome Lucky Von Ragtime Robert Beau Tango also ran THIRD S600 claiming 3 year olds and up 5 furlongs Tmys King (Marks) 2470 780 3 80 Sure Speed (McCauley) 5 20 2 90 Pixie Belle (Niblett) 2 70 Time 0 58 4 5 Do step Regmak Swar Babe Wilysabie Miss Way also ran QUINELLA: FOURTH S600 claiming 2 year olds 5 'urlongs Sawndge Boy (Niblett) 300 280 240 Blue Deen (Suitor) 490 330 Senators San (Clark) 3 50 Tirhe 0 59 4-5 Claras Caper Neds Delight Two Penny Mist Clifford M also ran FIFTH S600 claiming 3 year olds and up 5 furlongs Chinos Haydn (Bourne) 8 10 3 30 3 10 Mr March (Wiseman) 3 603 00 Yael (Watson) 4 10 Time 0 58 4-5 Conita Vies Lady Alberta Brier also ran EXACTOR- SIXTH S600 claiming 4 year olds and up 1 1 16 miles Fleeting Bar (Marks) 1250 590 540 Malos Image (Jensen) 3740 1800 Lady s Trip (Bourne) 9 60 Time 1 51 2 5 Grmner Astro Prince Mister Bountiful Marys Fancy Caribou Trail also ran SEVENTH S700 claiming 3 year olds 7 furlongs What A Blend (Suitor) 14 00 10 70 6 10 Shoes For Jimmy (Wiseman) 1000 680 Scotch Indian (Watson) 400 Time 1 28 4 5 Lady Stuart A Mistake If By Chance Arctic Flurry Caesar s Boy also ran EIGHTH S600 claiming 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs Fire Line (Marks) 15 80 5 30 3 20 Big Bambi (Clark) S 50 310 Same Affair (Haynes) 4 20 Time 1 28 3-5 Super Quill Ghants Boy Bull Quartz Fast Friday also ran QUINELLA: WINNIPEG (CP) Head coach Jim Spavital of Win- nipeg Blue Bombers made two key lineup changes prior to Wednesday night's Canadian Football League game against Ottawa Rough Riders, and they both turned out sour The Eastern Conference Riders took full advantage of first half Winnipeg mistakes to dump the Bombers 24-13 before fans The out- come enhanced Ottawa's playoff hopes and all but end- ed Winnipeg's dimming chances The loss was Winnipeg's seventh in eight games and leaves them six points behind Edmonton and Calgary, tied for second place in the West Spavital released his leading rusher and touchdown scorer, Stan Brown, deciding to go with newcomer Rufus Ferguson, a five-foot-five, 198- pound back the club hoped would be a carbon copy of Mack Herron Ferguson carried six times for a net seven yards He fum- bled once on the Winnipeg 14- yard line in the second quarter and on the next play the Rough Riders had their third touch- down on a pass to Hugh Old- ham Veteran defensive back Tom Oberg, suffering rib m- juries, was placed on recallable waivers so the club could get Ron Coppanbarger, an impressive newcomer, into the lineup Ottawa quarterback Rick Cassata promptly threw two touchdown passes over Cop- panbarger, both to flanker Oldham, who hauled in two more receptions after beating Coppanbarger That was enough for Spavital who pulled the rookie in the third quarter The Rough Riders, now 3-4 and tied for third in the East with Hamilton Tiger-Cats, had only 185 yards total about half that of but thanks to interceptions and the fumble, Cassata didn't have to move far for the touchdowns The Ottawa offence had only two drives, one 35-yard march ending in Oldham s first score, and a 58-yard march that set up Gerry Organ's third-quarter field goal ADAMS OBLIGES The plight of the who lost only six games all last year when they finished first in the crystal clear in the second quarter After the defence held the Rough Riders deep in their own end, Dick Adams' punt was off the side of his foot to about the Ottawa 30 But none of the Bombers was anxious to grab the bouncing ball so Adams did and scampered 80 yards for a touchdown Jonas directed the club on four long marches, accounting for a good portion of Win- nipeg's 353 yards total offence but it wasn't until late in the third quarter that it paid off OTTAWA 24, WINNIPEG 13 OTT WPG. 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