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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday. September Bowling Scores CAPRI BOWL NU MODE HOMES Dorothy Olshaski 363 (819) Treva D il ik 231 (600) Irene Kazio 231 t, I A ndtto 247 (636) Doreen Gerla Connie Scott 230 Maureen U quson 261 (6351 Judy Lawson Mirlyn Hpmbroff 253 rami ikplin ?51 Mel Seibert 263 SUNDQUIST CONSTRUCTION Fl SP Ives 290 (716) Gail Cook (0 mrothy Anderson 281 (701) Pat P i u 2Q6 (740) Mane Smith 310 cl i Eleen Carter 249 (681) Doris V ckt-rs 236 (619) Mae Popma 237 Bantam mass practice set Ihe Lethbridge Minor Hoikev i mass practice tor all ban- t mi age players who are interested in try ing out tor the up teams tonight The mass practice will get under way at 8 50 at the Henderson Lake Ice Centre uid all players are abked to weai equipment similar practice will be staged night at the s ime tune at Henderson Moore wants to leave LONDON (Reuteri Eng land soccer captain Bobby Moore wants to leave West Hamlmted the English First Division club which he has represented lor 15 vearb Moore 52 who has plaved a record 107 times tor England md led it to its World Cup vie niv in has talked to West Ham manager Ron l.teenwood about leaving the club Derby County are favorites in sign Moore it he is given the to ahead to join another club vioore is apparently upset ibout Ham b poor start to the new season they have vet to win after six games md wants to join a club with prospects ot becoming 1 nglish league champions SAINTS GET MOORE NEW ORLEANS (AP) The Orleans Saints said today thev have acquired starting safety Jerrv Moore from the Chicago Bears in ex change tor an undisclosed choice in next vear s draft Moore a six foot three 208 pounder trom Arkansas was a starter ior the Bears all last C. in Vii ?13 (644) Mite A 239 CJOC i McPike ?64 Muriel Becthold Chirles Whitetoot 231 Bern C v, r 270 Judy Zemmer 226 Alice IP s i 245 Eleanor 264 Defeats stablemate Riva Ridj Secretariat easy winner CIVIL SERVANTS R II n k 250 Bern ce Hay 242 Ul Snyke 266 Mel Amatto n Firm iq251 Br an Ra ns 276 Ir 11 F kbon 28o I973 SDUTHLCHD wrners "WRITING TO BE PUBLISHED" FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 28th AND 29th PARK PLAZA MOTOR HOTEL 10019 Mayor Magrath Drive, Lethbridge, Alberta Many beginning writers who attended last years workshops are now in print in markets as exciting as Woman's Day Others are finding fun and profit in writing for radio and weekly newspapers This year we have added an exciting new course film writing Interested? Plan to attend the Lethbridge Workshop now' INSTRUCTORS Dr W G Hardy Thf Short Srory Mary E Dawe Writmq and SHIinq Today s Popular Article Alex Mair Writmq fo' Radio Jaron Summers Film Writing Marqaret Coleman Johnson Stones and incidents from Ri al 1 ilt Sponsor d by the Cr, Ht.vt Wril.ny Culture Youth in 1 Hern ntion ,md the AlherM Division C in idian Authors Association IH SB 00 piv ililt till Pu v MI I ll In isiirt f Registration at the Park Hole! 7 00 10 9 00 D m Sfptimbei 27lh Deldils dntl npplitrttion forms from Creative Wnnnc) Division Alberta Culture Youtli infl fiecrefltiori Govi nl of Altwft 1 floor C N K wi r t-timoMton fUTURE YOUTH AND RFCRFATlON By AI COLLHTFI iCP> It a i ace to be lemembeied not only toi the way Secretariat beat stablemate Hiya Ridge at Belmont Saturday but lor the yindication it biought to Lu c icn Laui in and Ron Turcotte I auim depends a lot on his intuition he s training Secietanat and Hiva Ridge toi Meadovy Stables I can look at them and tell whether they le all light he said 1 don t go aiound feeling their bones Ihe b2yeai old tormer- jockty born in Quebec was right when he said both Scc.etanat and Rna Ridge weie about in the same shape tor Saturday b iich in lace Launn said before the race he didi. t care who finished In st as long as it yvas one-two 1, r his side But Secretariat is his sentimental favorite 1 uicotte rode Secretariat to a I1.-length victory over Riva Ridge in the 000 Marlboro Cup RECORD In the piocess Secretariat set a world record for miles on the dirt with a time oi 1 45 2 5 He broke Can- noneio II s mark ot 1 4b 1 5 set last September II the Chilean-bred seven year old yvas third three lengths back ot Riva Ridge anadian-bred Kennedy Road racing as an entrv with ougar II led briefly at the start as the fast pace sapped him earlv Kennedy Road owned by Mrs XrthurStollery ot 1 oi onto finished sixth 15 lengths behind Secretariat It was Kennedy Road s 43rd start The five year-old winnei of the 1971 Queens Plate was puichased by the Stollervs at a pin ate sale hen they ti led to bell him toi s w 000 ther e w ei e no takei b But Kennedy Road went on to win tune stake iaceb tor hib ownei and in purbeb IK had finished in the money U times Jockey Don Pieice baid the p.ic i was too last lor Kennedy Ro id and he had to slow him lll' Shoemaker aboaid (ougai II suid Secietanat was lot) much ol a horse for the (ougai to handle KlAiLLAR RIDER luicotte i2 has been the 11g uI ai 11d ei lor both Secietanat and Riva Ridge Richmond takes lead WESTMINSTER B (CP) Richmond Roach unners withstood a thud-period and hung on to defeat Peterborough PCOS 10 9 in the tilth game ot the Mtnto Cup Canadian junior lacrosse tmal here Ihe sixth game will be here tonight with Richmond leading the best-o! seven series 3-2 Peterborough staged two tallies but never were able to lead in the game Richmond led i 2 at the end ot the tirbt period and opened up a tour- goal lead m the middle period betore Peterborough tame back to trail bv onlv two goals 8 b going into the tmal In the tmal minute even thing went wrong tor the PCOS Peterborough coach Ken Hovd blamed the ot- ticialb and said thev did a poor Bob Tabker Gem Pmder Uui ante and Taki Vohahb scored two goals each tor Richmond with Rico Bellusci and Ton Pmder getting the others Paul Lvans led Peter- borough with three goals with Duncan adding two Hi lan hvans Ted Flovd Stan Jonathon and Randv Bnan scored the others Goid Hammond Canadian Laciosse Association president said the Peter borough team did not appear hungiy enough to take the series although he thought the seneb would go the lull seycn games Ihe ex-lumberjc-c k tiom t.idiid 1 alls B had a leg up on the two staib in winning out ol six tuple crown KKOS the last two yeaib Last June Secretariat wab the lust to Win the triple (i own in 2r) But luicotte said winning tlie' Matlboio was more im poitant than the triple i1 ow n Secietanat vindicated hmiselt 1'urcotte said Some critics claimed Secietanat never realh wab Mck at Saratoga and the was an excuse to give the hoi so a rest I was rubber-legged imselt alter the Belmont Stakes last June Turcotte said 1 didn t know what I had but 1 took a week ott trom lacing launn said Secretariat developed a sickness that was not lai from a tvpe ot dis- temper common to does MUSER NEEDS SURGERY UK (AP) Hist baseman Muser ot Imago White Sox will un ik i go sur ger v on his lett knee which he dislocated in action during an League baseball game Opening Soon m College Mall 'BOND STREET' featuring Firth Clothes PREVENT FREEZE-UP! 19 We will Winterize your Recreation Vehicle's Water System for only .95 600-4th Ave. North (West of the Gas Company) PHONE: No stragglers This window at Whoop-Up Downs is set up for stragglers who are not in that much of a hurry to cash in their tickets Despite the fact there is always a lineup it doesn t last long as everyone is in a hurry to collect money NHL's request seem bright By 4L McNEIL MONTREAL (CP) Ihe League and the Canadian Amateur Hockev Association appeared onlv a step awav trom agree ment on a new pact that would allow amateurs under 20 but ot exceptional abilitv to be dratted to professional ranks Both NHL president larence ampbell and Jack Devme ot Belleville Ont president ot the CAHA ex pressed optimism that such an agieement can be reached within a matter ot davs The two hockey groups met here over the weekend with Lou Letaive deputv to health minister Marc Lalonde acting as an observer tor the tederal government Betore leaving tor home Devme said onlv one minor tec time ahtv remains to be c leared up Both ampbell and Devme agreed that the technicality c overs the mechanics ot draft ing these exceptional juniors Since the NHL has had an agieement with the CAHA thai prevents it trom signing Deadlines set for pro boxers KDMOMUM (CP) Dead lines woie imposed on three piolessioricil boxers Sdturdd' which thev must defend then anaduin titles oi be sinpptd ol them Ihe (.inddicin Professional Hoxinn I ederdtion took the toughest position dgdinst mid (lli'vu'inht champion Dave Dovvnix ol llalilax -it said he must ditend his crown against lopcontendei Hroughton nl Hianilonl not later ih in pi J7 I lyliuuMUht title holder I nl I dmonton was given 'id wilhm which to light i nd wi lt I Yamaha Cycle Sales Service 15193rd Ave S Lethbridge Alberts Phone 328-6977 Bar Ltd., Box128, Pincher Creel., Alberta Phone 627-3636 CHINOOK Sales Service, Box 501 Cardtton Alberta Phone 653-3555 ;