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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday. Soplcmbor 16, 1970 Here The countdown to post time is fast closing in on southern Alberta race fans. 'Hie annual Letlibridgc Fall Race meet opens Friday afternoon for a nine-day stand. Lethbridge and Southern Al- berta Racing Association offi- cials are looking forward to a banner year this year. It marks the 10th year of thorough- bred racing in Lelhbridgo and the locals would like nothing better than to have a success- ful anniversary. While it marks 10 years of racing in Lethbridge, this year's meet will mark the end of a decade for a trio of founders of the southern circuit. the horses go to the post for the last time Monday, Sept. 28, it will mark tile end of a long and illustrious career for Lee Williams. Lucien May- nard and Lang Chapman. Fol- lowing the nine-day meet, the direction of the meets in the future will be under the guid- ance of the Lethbridge Exhibi- tion Board. glillllliliiliiill Highs CAPRI BOWL SENIOR CITIZENS Bob Llnderman 223; Spot Miller 219; Bill Jensen 259; Emil Collin 221; Ben Evenson 216; Scotty Mulr 231; Bert Madill 213; Carl McCann 200; Henry Bechthold 249; Lew Metzger 211; Jack Nunweiler 303; Frank Richards 223. HEPP'S INDUSTRIES Randy Woisfor.crott 351 May Hiebert' 244 Ken Wilkie 24J; Ken Fltzpatrlck 261; Tom Adams 329 Mary WishneVEki 231; Louis Zezulka 25S; Rae Clark 257; Chris Wilson Bill Hamilton 2JO; Frank Barva 246; Isabel Barva 221. ST. MIKE'S HOSPITAL Percy Smith 240; Joe Meszaros 264; Gary Wyrostok 259; Dill Moulton 216; Isabelle1 Gordon 255; Fran Beresnak 263; Viola Bachmeler 260; Helen La- bas 24J; Betty Tomiyama 210; Marg Roth 212. PREBUILT SOCIAL Joe Hart 243; Harvey Krause 253; Brad Elder 237; Lionel Grefues 214; Milon Rombough 214; Richard Gar- rell- 213; Laretta Loof 237; Isabel Or- sten 237; Faye Teruya 2-17; Mary ArakI 216. More Sport On Page 24 Tho three founders will b honored with special fareive! races in their honor. Also o tap, in the special race cate gory, will be a memorial handi cap in remembrance of Mario Williams. Mrs. Williams, wh passed away last year, was th wife of Lee Williams, presiden of the southern circuit. Th race in her honor will carr with it a purse, the rid: est in the meet. Post time daily is set for tw o'clock. With the Calgary Rac Meet ending today a number o horses and jockeys are expecl ed on the local scene tonigh and early tomorrow morning. Tuesday's results from Ca gary: First si ,400, claiming, 2-year-olds, 7 fur longs. Reserved Speed (Shields) 7.30 4.3 3.60, Rill (Wiseman) 4-00 Derricks Dancer [Barroby) 4.60. Time: 2-5. Fare Speed, Alice Arm, Heir Hope, Dandy Speed, Our Valley ran. Second claiming, 3-year-olds and u 7 furlongs. Lagforiheline (Sladnyk) 5.80 2.80, Kizam (L. Wiseman) 2.70 Hungryhawk (J. Whittle) 270. Time: Oh My Honey, Pintado, Mobile Ser vice, Cindy's Magic, Is Cited also DAILY DOUBLE: Third claiming, 3-VEar-olds, IV miles. Behl Behi {Bllllngsley) 5.20 3.4) 3-30 Taffy (J. Whittle) J.CO 3.30, Des tiny's Child (McCauley) 3.70. Time: Dr. Nife, Tidal Breeze, Bubblegum mer, Denorco, My Mood also rar Fourth claiming, 3-year-olds and up IVfc miles. Cosmic Kid (McCauley) 49.00 19.30 8.50, Mister Bountiful (J- Whittle! 5.60 4.40, Round River (Billingsley) 6.00. Time: 2-5. Home James, Take One Step, My Rose Ann, Stellar Flyer, Foxy Sue also ran. Filth claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 fur- longs. Pocket Boss {J. Whittle) 1J.90 4.30 2.70, Canel Hope (Stadnyk) 3.30. 2.40, Multifold (B. Cuthbertson) 5.60 Time: 3-5. Something High, Western Champ wrlight Mood, western Rocket, Astro rlnce also ran. EXACTOR: 542.91 sixth claiming, 3-year-olds and up, IVb miles. River Hawk (Rasmussen) 12.80 3.80 2.90, Vast Opportunity {Barroby) 3.00 2.60, Wimple Street (L. Wiseman) 3.00. Time: 3-5. Tuffy Image, El Cresso, Merry Muf- t'ef. Ferment also ran. Seventh and UD, IVb miles. Flutter (Rasmussen) 7.50 3.80 3.70, Rapid Katak (J. Whittle) 3.EO 2.60 Tall Ridge (Shields) 2.iO, Time: Gahram Iran, Hermlnes King, Coal Dust also ran. Eighth claiming, 3-year-Dlds and up, furlongs, Ice Alley (Rasmussen) 17.60 7.00 3.60, Setay Soo (McCauley) 4.00 4.30, "ucier Sound (B. Cuthbertson) 10.40. time: 1-5. Doonbeg, Dexter Boy, Tinda Rullah, )ver Current, Dashing Knight also lUJNELU: S43.BO REPOSSESSIONS FOR SALE These units will be sold to highest bidder and can be pur- chased for low down payments with balance financed. 1968 CHRYSLER NEWPORT CUSTOM 4-DOOR HARDTOP. Fully equipped, including Air Conditioning. 1969 FORD RANGER Vi TON EXPLORER MODEL. V-8, auto- matic, radio, power steering and brakes. In excellent con- dition throughout. 1970 INTERNATIONAL TRAVELETTE. 6 passenger, new cub truck, 3 tin model, 345-V8, 4 speed, low mileage, excel- lent condition. 1964 CHEVROLET 4 TON 80 SERIES TRUCK, Equipped with new 409 rriotor, power steering, radio, also equipped with air brakes, 5th wheel, and air hook up for semi-frailer. Phone 328-3347 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Submit Bids To TRADERS GROUP LTD., LETHBRIDGE Slampeilcrs After Victory Suderman Gets To Hamilton liy IAN MacLAINE HAMILTON (CP) Dick Suderman filially reached Ham- ilton Tuesday. Tlio liugc end arrived In a Calgary Slampeder uniform, a key cog in the stingiest defen- sive unit in the Canadian Foot ball League. Tile Stampeders hope to use Hamilton Tiger-Cats tonight to pursue their drive to the top ol the Western Football Confer- ence in an interlocking game at Civic Stadium. The game will be televises nationally by CTV starting at 5 p.m. MST. Sudcrman was traded to the Ticats before the 1963 season in exchange for defensive halfback Bill Redell. He refused to re- port, however, and sat out last season. Then, before the 1970 season started, Hamilton traded his CFL rights back to Calgary in exchange for the Stampeders' first college draft choice in 1371. KEEPS OPPONENTS LOW Calgary has allowed the oppo- sition only 102 points in eight season games, an average of than 13 a game. "If Ticats said Stam- peder coach Jim Duncan Tues- day night, "they'll have to beat the best defensive team in Can- ada." He credits a big rush up the middle by John Helton, with Suderman and Craig Koinzan containing the outside running, and safety Howard Starks with Calgary's effective defence. "larks became the safety last year when quarterback Jerry Keeling moved to offence, re- placing the departed Peter Liske. Keeling had been one of the outstanding CFL safeties for years while waiting his opportu- nity to run the team's offence. "Wayne Harris is better than ever, said Duncan, refer- ring to the 10-year veteran line- jacker who twice has beeii voted Canada's outstanding line- man. The Ticats, meanwhile, got :he medical OK for lineback Job Krouse and defensive back Ted Page to dress for tonight's Both were injured Sun- day in Hamilton's 38-23 loss to Montreal Alouettes in Eastern Football Conference play. Quarterback Joe Zuger is ex- pected to start despite jamming the thumb on his throwing band in the Montreal game. X-rays indicated no serious damage. Zuger's backup man, Jolui Eckman, is on the limp with a muscle strain in his leg which restricts his running. One milestone is on the line tonight. Calgary placekicker Larry Robinson, another 10-year man with the Stamps, is after his 700th career point. He has 689, including 37 this season. Park Named PouokaBoss PONOKA, Alta. (CP) Art 'ark was named coach of Pon- "ka Stampeders of the Alberta "unior Hockey League Tues- !ay. Park, 42, who coached La- ombe Rockets to the Canadian ntermediate championship in 965, succeeds Max Bentley. A former coach of Red Deer bustlers of the Central Alberta Hockey League, Park has cached juvenile hockey in La- ombe, Alta., since 1966. ON THE WAY TO RECOVERY-Serge Savard and physiotherapist Yvon Belanger hold a 20-pound weight used in exercising Savard's leg, broken last season. Savard skated for the first time Monday and is expected to scrimmage in two weeks. Sivedish Team Has Lead Canadians Trailini EDMONTON (CP) Judges at the Sweden-Canada track and field competition Tuesday could lave used a photo-finish ma- chine. Sweden had a 106-71 over-all point margin at the half-way >oint of the two-day meet and men's LUERR DOWNTOWN ON FIFTH STREET SOUTH Annual September Sale Starts TOMORROW, THURSDAY! See Page 18 was outstanding in a few events. But C a n a d a's competitors pressed hard, and in several track events only tenths of a second marked the difference in the four-man fields. The men's relay, a 4 x 100- yards event, had the Canadian and Swedish runners running al- most step-for-step and the final two breasted tile tape stride- fcr-stride. Judges recorded a one-tenth- second1 time difference in awarding the race to Sweden. Canada's men turned in excel- lent performances in the short- distance races. Craig Blackman and Tony Powell, both of To- ronto finished first and second in the 400 metres and Charles Francis and John Swainson, also both of Toronto, finished one-two in the 100 metres. Francis finished first in the same event at the Norway-Can- ada dual meet in Winnipeg last week. His chances look good when the three nations meet in Vancouver Sept. 19-20. Powell and Elackman re- versed their order from the Winnipeg meet and coaches were optimistic a.bout their chances in the three-nation event. Two Canadian women won events Tuesday. Abigail Hoff- man of Toronto won the 800 metres and Marlene Kurt of Ed- monton the discus. Sweden finished first in 13 of 17 events. Both the Swedish men's and women's teams lead in points, the men 72-45 and the women 34-26. Lyle Sanderson coach from Saskatoon, said Sweden has an excellent team. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES AMERICAN LEAGUE East Baltimore New York Detroit Boston Cleveland Washington Minnesota Oakland California Kansas City Milwaukee Chicago Pet. 51 .653 65 .561 72 .510 73 .507 76 .406 78 .466 59 .599 63 .544 69 .531 88 .397 91 .331 93 .363 TODAY'S GAMES Oakland Segu 1 Milwaukee 101 002 5 6 1 Blue, Locker (6) (3-i) Roland (9) and Tenace; Morris, Gclnar (5) Ells- worth (5) Baldwin (6) Sanders (8) '4-7) and McNertnev Roof HRs: FIRST California 201 201 5 11 1 Minnesota 140 002 7 1 Bradley, Queen (3-5) (4) and Azcue; Zepp, Williams (10-1) (4) Perranoskl 7} and Mitterwald. HRs: sl Mlnn-Cardenls 1ECOND California 000 000 562 Minnesota NO 002 351 Fisher, Laroche (4-1) (6) K. Tatum 9) and Ecjan; Hall, Perranoskl (7-8) 9) Williams (9) and Mitterwa I d. HR: Minn-Reese FIRST Boston .100 010 12 5 New York 202 8 1 Gulp {15-1J) Bolin (6) Lyle (fi) and Montgomery; Bahnsen [14-1 McDan- fil (8) and Munson. ECOND Boston 000 KO 252 New York CM MO 380 Nagy (5-4) and Satrlano; Kline (5-d) nd Gibbs. HR: altimore 005 000 10 1 100 000 2 5 1 McNally (53-8) and Etcfiefaarren; ox (8-12) Carlos (3) Brown (4) Han- an (5) Rlddlebsrger (9) and Casan- ova. HR: Detroit 101 COO 370 Cleveland 000 002 454 Cain, Reed (1-2) (3) and Price; Hand, Austin O) Ritfwage (7) Minjori (1-0) (7) and Sims. HR: Sims NATIONAL LEAGUE East W Pittsburgh 78 New York 78 Chicago St. Louis Philadelphia Montreal 77 70 Cincinnati Los Angeles San Francisco Houston Atlanta..... San Oiego West Pet. .534 .527 .527 .473 .620 .544 .534 .483 72 78 50 91 .389 13 MV4 21 34'A TODAY'S GAMES New York Seaver 18-11 at Montreal Renko 11-10 N Pittsburgh Cambria 1-2 ar PhlladeN phia Bunning 10-14 N St. Louis Gibson 21-6 at Chic a o a Pappas 12-7 Cincinnati Nolan 16-7 at Houston Blasingame 3-2 N San Diego Roberts 6-13 at Los An- geles Moeller 7-7 N Atlanta Nash 12-3 at San Francisco Markhal 11-10 TUESDAY'S RESULTS San Diego 110 200 482 Los Angeles Oil 000 5 8 1 Corkins, Doyle Dukes (1-5) (9) and Connlzzaro; Sutton, MIkkel sen (4-2) (8) and Nailer, Sudakis HRs: SD-Campbell Colbert Atlanta 000 000 4 0 an Francisco 030 100 8 11 0 Reed (5-10) Priddy (8) and King; Perry (21-13) and Dietz. HR: SF-Gal- lagher Mi. New York 000 101 001 0 lontreal MS 000 ICO Koosman (10-7) Herbel (10) 'and Grote, Dyer Morton, O'Donoghue (2-2) (10) and Bateman. HRs: Marshall (6) Agee :Innati DDO 010 2 4 2 Houston 000 440 9 10 0 McGlothlin (13-9) Washburn (5) Beh- ey (5) Maloney and Bench; Dier- er (14-12) and Edwards. HR: ader Pittsburgh 301 200 8 12 0 Philadelphia 020 ooo 342 Walker (13-6) Lamb (6) GlustI (8) and Sanguillen; Lersch (5-3) Jackson (4) Champion (8) Reynolds (8) W'lson (8) and McCarver. HRs: Pgh-Star- oell (30) Hebner (9) MazeroskI ,t. Louis .000 200 0 Chicago WO 021 10 0 Cariton (9-19) Taylor (7) Cleveland (8) and Torre; Holtzman (15-11) Re- (9) end Hundley. HRs: SU-Car- denal (7) Santo LEAGUE LEADERS National League AB R H Clemente, Pgh 397 64 142 .358 Carty, Atl .......454 82 162 .357 HIckman Chi 460 95 153 .333 B. Williams, Chi 557 128 187 .32-1 433 54 140 .353 603 113 195 .323 W. .Parker, LA 558 77 180 ,323 American League AB R H Per 524 115 170 .334 560 73 179 .320 570 87 182 .319 529 84 16B .318 534 103 166 .311 'strzmskl. Bos A. Johnson, Cal Ollva, Minn Apariclo, Chi R. Smith, Bos Fosse, Cleve F. 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