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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Vruirndny, Septembsr 16, 1771 THE LETHBRID6E HERALD IS ANDY CAPP WWERE WOULb WE Be WITHOUT 'EM AN1 MOST OF AtONS ON LESS Horse races ready to go They're off and running Fri- day afternoon at Whoop Up Downs at two o'clock. for the next nine days start- ing Friday the Ihoroiighbreds will be featured at the Exhibi- tion Lrauk as the Lethbridge and District, Exhibition Board stages the annual Fall Race Meet. Eight races are set to go daily with a feature race high- lighting each day's action. The main feature of (he niiie- day meet is the Marion Wil- liams H a n d i cap Saturday, Sept. 25. The race, in honor of Mrs. Williams the late wife of Lee Williams, president of the Western Canada Racing Asso- ciation, will carry with it a bonus bo the lucky per- son holding (he licket on the whining horse. The Williams feature race will also be the Southern Alljerla Sweepstakes with up for grabs in- cluding the main portion to the one ticket holder. Tickets, set at each are currently on sale and can be purchased at the Exhibition office. An added feature of this year's meet will be the use of an electric tote board. For the first time in the history of the Fall Race Meet bettors will have the added convenience of an automatic tote hoard for the betting odds. WiUi a break from the weatherman the Fall Race Meet could easily make amends for last year's drop at the pari mutucl wic- kets. Some 360 horses are all set to go to the starting gate. Selections for Friday's races Buffalo grabs big linebacker BUFFALO CAP) Buffalo Bills of the National Football League have obtained line- backer Chuck Hurston from Kansas City Chiefs and placed two players on waivers. Hurston was the Bills' 12th draft choice in 19G5, but was de- tained by the Chiefs on waivers the same year. were not available. The seleci ion for the remainder of th meet will be published daily. RACE RESULTS CALGARY (CP) Victoria Par race results Wednesday: First claiming, A year olds and up 7 furlongs Why Red (Norris) B.BO 3.20 250 Jel Courier (Rasmussen) 2.70 3.50 Hey Joker (Barroby) 4.BO Time Something High, Silver Dell, Mr Marsh, Telralass, Newlynne also Second claiming, A year olds and up IVa miles King Dreamer (NorrlsJ 10.60 3.30 Drazen Bully (Hunt) 4 60 3.60 Common Market (Jack'owlak) Time 3-5 All Image, Supir Quill, Dr. Nile Alltrusl, Law Boss also ran DOUBLE 143.30 Third claiming, 3 year olds. 7 fur longs Thumb Hill (McCauley) 3.60 2.70 2.3 Mooregale (Kipling) 4.90 3.10 Reserved Seal (Shields) 2.60 Time 1-5 Trader John, Artann'B Miss D'Or Silent Bell, Rllle Wills, PoDdlfc Fake also ran QUINELLA 112.90 Fourth claiming, 2 year olds, 7 rur longs Malcolm McNIle (Hunt) 11.10 6.2 3.40 Flying Wing (Hedge) 10.60 Edis's Prize (Whiffle) 2.7D Time 1-5 Cryogenic, Flinlslone, C C Magic Call Me siar, Mezza Winner also Fifth Sl.flOO, claiming, 3 year elds, 7 fur longs Telly Boy (Rasmussen) 3.60 2.60 3.0 (correct) War Glee (Hedge) 4.40 3.20 Sandy's splendour (Hunt) 5.30 Time Crescenl Style, Bonnie Briar Magic Bomb SHe, Cheat Tha Bull, Afianfl Star also ran EXACTOR 117.90 Sixth allowance, 3 year olds up, IV'a miles Blue Bonus (Morris) 9.10 4.00 Sioux Cadet (Huntf 3.40 Northern Mission (Rycrolt) J.20 Time 1-5 Slokes Road, Receiver General, Holcon, Fulure Session also ran Seventh claiming handicap, 3 yea olds and up, Ui miles Blue Loreen (Parsons) 6.70 3.40 2.4 Schnllzcl (Hedge) 4.00 2.50 Take One Step (Whittle) 2.50 Time 4J Llllle Beck, Delelut, Explorale, 0, The Go, Peace-Man, Klfl] Sllklm also run Eighth claiming, 4 year olds am up, 7 furlongs My San Michael (Rasmtmen) 8 M 4.70 4.30 Blessed Hour (Hedge) 1330 B.90 Parkland Prince (Jnckowlak) 5 B Time J5 Homecoming Day, Joy Prince Lure, Tropic Tide. Barlan also ran QUINELLA (73.70 Leo Singer's Week-El LEVIS COLORED FLARES Reg- K.99 SPECIAL BALANCE OF MEN'S T-SHIRTS Weeltend off Special UIT BROKEN SIZES IN GWG WORK SHIRTS AND WORK PANTS Regular (.98 WEEKEND SPECIAL 1 .99 JUST ARRIVED OUR NEW FALL SHIPMENT OF CUE LINED FOKTREL AND COTTON JHELl TOPCOATS by CROYDEN ond IONDON FOG 39 M 60 PRICED FROM OPEN THURSDAY UNTIL P.M. WE HAVE THE CLOTHES YOU NEED FOR THE LIFE YOU LEAD LEO SINGER'S MEN'S and BOYS' WEAR 214 5lh STREET S. PHONE 327-3958 WE Will MEET OR BEAT ANY TRICE Defence intercepts six Some birthday party as Stamps celebrate CALGAEY (CP) Winnipeg Blue Bombers threw a party for coach Jim Spavital's 45lh birth- day Wednesday Cal- gary Etampeders did the cele- brating. The Bombers blew their chances with six interceptions and injured quarterback Jerry Keeling, who came oft the Cal- gary bench eaa'ly in the second quarter, took advantage of the miscues for a 20-7 victory which extended the SLampeders1 first place margin to eight points. Keeling, aright-handed thrower, was expected to be used sparingly because of a heavily-padded left hand cover- ing jammed fingers and stretched tendons. But the 11- year veteran took over with Cal- gary trailing 7-0 when rookie Jim Lindsey ran into trouble against a determined Winnipeg defence, headed by middle line- backer Mickey Doyle. Place-kicker Larry Robinson started the Etampeders, now with an 8-1 record, on the come- back trail when he recovered a fumble by Paul MarWe on Win- nipeg's 33, a few plays alter Keeling started. LINTERMAN SCORES Two plays later, Keeling com bined with halfback Rudy Lin tennan on a 33-yard pass-anc run play for Calgary's firs touchdown. Fullback Hugh McKinnis go the other Calgary touchdown on a two-yard plunge, also in th second quarter whsn the Stam pcders scored1 16 unanswerec points. Hobinson, who caught two in terceptions given up by Winni peg quarterback Don Jonas added two converts and a pai ot singles off wide field goal at tempts. The remaining Calgary point, came on two safeties, given u by Winnipeg punter Jim Thorp with the Bombers hemmed i their half of the field. The Bombers, winless in Ca gary since the 1965 playoffs, go six points when Ed William sprinted up the middle on a 30 yard run. Jonas converted. SURPRISED FANS Calgary coach Jim Dunca surprised all when he insertei Keeling into the lineup. "I knew he was going to plaj I just wanted to wait fo the right moment. H looked great during the pre- game warmup and was throw ing the ball with authority." Keeling completed 15 of 2 passes for 213 yards, whil Jonas was good on 17 of 48 fo 211 yards. Besides Robinson' interceptions, Jonas also ha> passes picked off by Frank An druski, Howard Starks, Joe For zani and Jim Furlong. Koch barred from hockey training camp TORONTO (CP) Karen Koch wants to play hockey but rules keep getting in her way. The 19-year-old moved here this year from her Gibraltar, Mich., home and had hopes of winning a job as a goalie in the Metropolitan Toronto Hockey League. But when (lie coach of the intermediate team she tried out with discovered it was a girl behind the goalie pads, Karen was barred- Bill Glover, secretary-man- ager of the MTHL, said the rules do not allow girls to play in Uie amateur loop which is affiliated with the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association. "Besides where would she dress? There are only two dressing rooms." Karen said tliis Is the ex- cuse she always runs into. "I dress where I want fo dress. I've oven dressed in washrooms. Arenas usually liave more than two dressing rooms anyway." Karen's prowess as a goalie 3rst received wide attention in 1969-70 when she played for a Junior B team in quettc, Mich., and acted ns >ackup netminder for a team n the semi-professional United Stales Hockey League. last season she earned n xvsilion on the St. Thomas, Ont., Junior A learn but didn't )lay after the Southern On- ario Hockey Association ex- pressed its disapproval of girl )layers. Karen snys she hasn't given ip on joining another hockry cam and has even taken her case to lawyer Alan Eaglcson. director of Hie Na- lonal Hockey league Play- ers' Association. I Eobinson and Andruski each has six interceptions this year, best in the Canadian Football League. The setback left the Bombers in a second-place tie with Sas- katchewan Roughriders, each with eight points. However, Winnipeg has six defeats in 10 games compared with Saskat- chewan's 4-4 record. CALGARY 20 WINNIPEG Wpg Cal First downs Yards rushing Yards passing Net ollence Passes made-tried., Inferceptlons-yd; Punts-average FumWcs-lost Fenaltles.yardl 130 311 291 17-4B 1-3 J-l 4-24 10ft 213 30B 1S.29 6-3! 14-fl 3-3 S-80 Parent, Leafs cannot agree TORONTO (CP) It may take a Philadelphia lawyer to solve the dispute between To- ronto Maple Leafs and goal- tender Bernie Parent. Howard Casper of Philadel- phia says his client has no con- tract with Die National Hockey League club, although Leafs' general manager Jim Gregory and NHL president COareoce Campbell disagree. Parent has been absent from training camp since it opened six days ago. Parent was on the second year of a three-year contract when he was traded to Toronto by Philadelphia Flyers last sea- son. "In my opinion he does not have a third year of a con- Casper said Wednesday night. "We feel the contract has been rescinded. "I can't say why it has been rescinded. Certain confidences can't be revealed." Casper may have formed this opinion from a promise Leafs made to Parent last season lo offer him a new contract this year, Casper's viewpoint that Par- ent is not on an existing con- tract is described by the NHL president as "a piece of non- sense." P a r e n t 's lawyer says the goalie will accept either a one or two-year contract. "We are more than willing to take a two-year contract, but not on Gregory's Cas- per said. Casper claims the problem is over money. Campbell outlined the situa- tion by telephone from Montreal Wednesday night. "When Parent was traded to the Leafs he indicated his desire to have an improved contract. The Toronto dub offered to ac- commodate him. They made an offer and he said he'd think it over. "And he's been thinking It over ever since. Now his lawyer makes the position that tlu's means he is not on an existing contract. Which is a piece of nonsense." Kilpatrick inks with Cranbrook CRANBROOK, B.C. (CP) Cranbrook Royals of the West- ern International Hockey League today announced the signing of Gary Kilpatrick, 28, as playing coach for the 1971-72 season. Kilpatrick, a former profes- sional defenceman with Seattle and Los Angeles in (he West- ern Hockey League and St. Louis of the Eastern Profes- sional League, joined the Cran- brook club last year. KNOCKED AWAY Larry Robinson, who turned in on oulstanding gome tor thi Calgary Stampeders Wednesday overling, knocks down a Don Jonas pass headed for Winnipeg Blue Bombers' Jim Thorpe. Robinson Intercepted two Jonas passes as the Slamps won Iheir eighth game 20-7. 'Yfau're miles SUPERMARKET' CHOICE NOW AT FIRESTONE STORES AND PARTIC1PA TING DEALERS Corner 3rd Open Daily ;