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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuttdoy, SopKmbtr 15, !970 THE LE7HBRIDGE HERALD 7 PREPARE FOR OPENER From the left, Mika Mauro, Gerald Brown and Robert Taylor dig in as Catholic Cen- tral Cougars prepare for their opening game in the Sou- thern Alberta High School Football League Friday even- ing against the LCI Rams at Henderson Park at eight o'clock. Cougars are the defending league champions. Four Special Features This Year Race Meet Set For Opening Wednesday marks the end 'ion Williams, termed the exactor paid as the Fall Bace Meet in lady of racing in a long shot, nipped and means only one thing, The farewell races, set at the wire in the ponies are coming to Sept. 24, 25 and 28 will race. The quinella paid to Lucien as Shields, aboard Hellen Friday afternoon at Les Williams and Lang won out over Esprit D'Or. o'clock the stands at man, in that order. Maynard RESULTS (ion Park will echo with the secretary of the cry "They're off and Williams is 500, claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 fur- For nine days the race while Chapman is Winning skip (Rasmussen) 4.20 of Southern Alberta will Cobber Bill (Shields) 6.90 4.30, treated to thoroughbred racini featuring some of the top jock eys and horses in western will be turned over to president Dick Gray next year who along with vice-presidents Stan Tiffen and Fred (Blllinjsley) 2.90. Time: Happy's Bono, Mr. Beiseker, Nena'a Pet, Pure Flame also ran. Second conduct ths race meet. 3-year-olds and up. This year's nine-day mean that Lethbridge Toes (Shields) J.M 3.90 3.30, carries with it a sentdmenta touch. Friday's opener two race meets each year now. One during spirit (L. Wiseman) 6.50 4.30, Tetralass (Lawson) 4.40. Time: 1-5 mark the ]0th anniversary o the Lethbridge Fall Race and the annual fall event. With the closing of the Hope, Gay circle, Some Flag, Ringo's sisler also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: S20.20. and will mark the end of Fall Meet some era for three members of the Southern Alberta Racing trainers are expected at the Lethbridge track as claiming 3-year-olds, 7 furlongs Honorule (McCauley) 12.30 6.40 4.10, Wednesday for a workout Money (Rasmussen) 6.00 4.20, When the last race is run before the races start Dandy (J: Whittle) 5.00. Time: 1.5 Monday, Sept. 23 it will Master, Diddle, Rapid Dove, fiie end of a 'decade of work turned in by the founders Downs will once again come to life with the To Dash also ran. Track Scralch: Qulllalion. Fonrlh SARA. Next year's race meet bridge and District Exhibition Board who this past exhibitior week got their first taste that is horse racing. Meanwhile in Calgary Monday Winning Skip in the first race and Sickle Toes in claiming, 3-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs Special Bout (J. Whittle) 5.90 3.70 2.90, Jet Courier (Rasmussen) 5.10 3.70, Wee Celtic (Stadnyk) 4.10. Time: 2-5 running .a race combined for a Sharp Reply, Mydar, West Wind Gall, Kolo also ran. Four feature races will double. Sickles Toes the SARA officials, tnree by Sandy Shields 400, claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 fur- saying farewell to the three many years was one of Swiffle (Stadnyk) 17.90 6.40 4.00, Can- iginal members left and jockeys at the (L. Wiseman) 7.40 610, Bold memorial race in honor of 3-5 Same Players Dominate Rookies Near Top In By THE CANADIAN the eight top WFC Ont., product of Tannessee Chances are they're one is a now with Ottawa Rougli more programs in the Calgary follows with Gary Wood Football Conference this back from Ottawa, the Cornell Univer- than they are out and he comes quarterback who was back- The same old guard from the list, with 24 points, to Fran Tarkenton with the year dominates the York Giants of the Na- Conference scoring again so Gerela of British League. this but things are Lions leads the names new to the CFL different in the with 75 points on 17 the scoring parade are Tony ft lb field goals ana 10 singles. Two more and Tom Bland, both with Toronto. of Saskatchewan Roughriders and Dave Cutler ol Edmonton follow with 60 and 50 points respectively. In the EFC it's last year's scoring Tommy Jos Coffey of Hamilton is the leading rusher in the EFC and Jim Evenson of B.C. heads the rushing in the West. Thorpe. in Ihe East and Terry Swam of Edmonton in the West lead the pass receiv- up on top with 53 points on three touchdowns 11 and Jonas, although field goals and time percentages differ, each 11 touchdowns passing to fip Then come the rookies. Ivan MacMillan, the EFC while their WFC counterparts are Jerry Keeling of Calgary and Ron Lancaster