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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIOOE 17, 1973 ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL E328 CENTREVILLAGEMALL The Herald- Sports LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Level 7th Street Shopping Mall Lethbndge Alberta Phone (403) 328-7411 C.IIMKS trmmg error helps Expos half game back JL six Dave Kingman hit a pair ot it i ,1 I ho Astros scoicu an hplnine Ron dan trxit OD that snapped a two itin homers, neipiug t V, The race was billed as a Stars of Yesterday affa, but Whirlagale with Betty Dunham ndmg came withm two-fifths ot a second of tying the re Dunham on Whirlagale i tfin fllfl cord for seven furlongs Saturday afternoon a Whoop-Up Downs No one it seems ,s to put this young 10-year old out to pasture IcCauley wins jour Dunham, Whirlagale shine Barbara Suitor rode Water Wagon to a track record and photo finish victorv Saturday it Whoop Lp Downs She nipped Countrv Cutup as ,he covered the five turlongs in 57 4 "5 seconds three fifths a second faster than Glorious Pete the previous record in 1967 Wagon owned and tidined bv Suitors father paid 7U to win female jockey Bet- ty Dunham won the featured event aboard Whirlagale beating out River Hawk with Alvm McCaulev in the saddle The feature was for horses 10 v ears and older Whirlagale covered the seven furlongs in 1 28 1 5 just two hfths ot a se cond oil the track record McCaulev with lour wins the top jockey of the dav and now has 13 victories for the meet DOES YOUR FURNACE LOOK LIKE THIS? The crowd of just more than wagered com pared with 231 on the same last vear FIRST S600 claiming 4 year olds and up 5 Sun' Array (Banl) 11 20 4 70 3 20 Carbon County (N.blett) 4 70 310 Mr Mirsh (Wiseman) 290 RoTy M nx Wayward Boy Vix Lady W lysibie C C Magic also ran SECOND S600 claiming 3 and 4 year olds 5 Speed (McCauley) 5 10 T 80 3 00 Indian High (Simpson) 380 Tender Monkey (Clark) 370 Time 0 59 3 5 A idie Sue Miss Wilson Son Of L-ittJr, Strom Tree Fabienne also DOUBLE S28 40 THIRD claiming 3 year olds and up 7 "0nS SEVENTH C 00 allowance 3 year olds and (Suitor) 1370 440 50 Country Cup Up (Watson) 7 00 2 50 Front Desk (Niblett) 2 20 AvT'iue I'ady5 Tirys King Silent Stream also ran SfiOO c'aimmg 4 year olds and up 1 (McCauley) 9 70 5 00 40 Reverse Currency (Haynes 1490 410 Malos image (Jensen) 80 nTn T Justin s Prince Fleet N ckel Blue Twist Sure Speed also QUINELLA 2 s Trip (Bourne) 3 20 2 60 Cirbou Trail (Niblett) 2 50 Grey Cup Star Lustrous Star Sw mq Leader also ran QUINELLA FOURTH S600 claiming 3 year olds and up 7 furlongs nri 0 Prince (McCauley) 4 00 2 30 2 60 X -College Count (Bourne, 2 20 60 X Beta Bob (Suitor) 2 30 2 60 Time 1 28 4 5 Pitcher Bob also LMHA ladies' group meet The Lethbndge Minor Hixkev Association Ladies will stage their hrst regular monthh meeting ot the 197 i season Wednesday night The initial season meeting will get under way at 7 30 at the Westminster School ASSOCIATED PRESS Baseball be the Ameri- can national pasttime but the horn Montreal have caught on Sundav thev were not-hit lor live innings outhit tor nine 5 and out erroied 4-3 But thev weren t outscored The Expos beat hiladelphia Phillies 4 2 and moved to within one hall game ot the leading Pitt sburgh Pirates in the tight National League East Divisi on where winning is evervtni- ng because everyone else seems to be losing In the other Sundav games New York Mets nipped Chicago Cubs 4-3 St Louis Cardinals defeated Pittsburgh Pirates 7-3 Cincinnati Reds bv i Braves 4- i in 12 innings Houston Astros beat Los Angeles Dodgers fa 2 and San Francisco Giants clubbed San Diego Padres 9 4 The Expos remained hot contenders Saturday bv edgi ng Philadelphia 5-4 in 10 in- nings while Pittsburgh scored lour in the seventh en route to a 7-4 win over the Cardinals In other games the scores were Houston 5 Los Angeles 1 Cincinnati 3 Atlanta 2 San Francisco 5 San Diego 2 and C hicago and New York split a doubleheader the Mets taking the opener against Fergie lenkms (1215) ot Chatham Ont 5 1 and dropping the nightcap 7 0 CARDS IN MONTREAL The Cards move into Mon- ti eal tonight while Pittsburgh is at home to New York Philadelphia is at Chicago Houston at Cincinnati ban Diego at Atlanta and San rancisco in Los Angeles Expos manager Gene Mauch who said that 81 vie tones or a 500 mark might be good enough to win the division tound his club a game ahead ol that pace Mauch s troops are 74-73 II I had to pick one word to describe this club it would be happv said Mauch I ve got ft happv plavers out there and all ot them want to do their thing Ken Singleton who came to the Expos in a three-for one deal with the New York Mets slapped a ground ball tr seco nd base m the eighth inning Denny Doyle tried to get Steve Renko at the plate the throw went wild and Larry Lmt7 also scored The Expos added an insurance run later on another Philadelphia giU and a World Series on Canadian soil became somewhat more ot a possibilitv STRATEGY PAYS OFF Manager Vogi Berra s strategic moves in the eighth brought the Mets a 4-? victorv over the Cubs With John Milner on second base Berra called tor Don Hahn to execute the hit and run Hahn smacked a single to lett centre sending Milner to third Then .Jerry Grote dropped a bunt to the right of the mound as Milner raced home with the game winner Tommy Agee traded by the Mets to Houston and now with the Cardinals smashed his 10th homer of the season a 440 toot wallop that snapped a 3 tie and spurred the Cards ovr the Pitates Pinch hitter Lanv S ah giounded a two-out single that scored Denis Menke with the winning run in the Reds tnumph over the Biaves tor Cincinnati s seventh straight victorv Morey wasn't upset ASSOCIATED PRESS I walked the first hitter and that s a bad way to start said Rogei Moret The next hitter blasted a home run-ana that was worse It virtually finished Boston Red Sox pertect pitcher Sunday Walt Williams nomer start ed Cleveland Indians to a 5 1 decision over Boston that not onlv spoiled Moret s undeteat ed record but also didn t do much tor the Red pen nant chances I m not too upset said Moret who lost his first game ot 1973 after 11 victories ou have to lose sometime Ihe Astros scored all six tuns m a b 2 victon over the jnt his 22nd victorv of Dodgers in the first two in the season in the Giants vic- tois over San Diego ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES Onklancl Kinsis C ty ChlCTQO Minnesota Culilorma Ttxi REPLACE IT WITH A NEW FURNACE FIFTH claiming 3 year olds and up 7 furloi qs Qn qindy Valley (Haynes 790 3 30 2 80 Mister Whycome (Niblett) 310 ?50 Mr Rideabout (Bourne) 320 T'Ta Tayet3Mondny Morn also ran S600 claiming 10 year olds and (Dunham) 1930650 T-n River Hawk (McCauley) 3 20 P60 S-ime Affair (Haynes) 2 (4) and Fosse HRs Tex Nelson (5) Harrah (9) Oak-Rudi ,11) Bndo (26) Milwaukee 000 102 020- 5 11 1 Detroit 000 110 010- 381 Rodriguez (8 6) Champion and Moore Fryman (611) LaGrow (8) Holdsworth (9) and Freehan HR Ml Briqqs (18) Cleveland 200 002 010-5 7 0 Boston 000 000 100-1 4 1 B (17 19) and Duncan Moret ,11 1) Pole (6) and Montgomery HRs -Williams (6) CaWorSnia'ty 000 000 000-0 5 0 Splttorlt (17 11) and Kirkpatrick Snqer (18 13) Barber (9) and Tor MmnelToUMOO 031 010- 6 13 1 Chicago 000 000 1 10 0 GOI17I64) Campbell (9) and Borqinnn Forster (68) McGlothlin inhns-on (9) and Br nkman LEAGUE Angeles Osteen (16 9) SATURDAY RESULTS Mont" il 5 Pniladelph a 4 Houston 5 Los Angeles 1 Pittsburgh 7 St Louis, 4 New York 5 0 Chicago 1 7 C nunmti 3 Atlanta 2 S in Frincisco 5 San Diego 2 SUNDAYS RESULTS Chicago 020 100 000- 3 New York 210 000 01x- 4 12 1 Hooton (13 14) Locker (8) and Hundley Koosman Parker b) McGnw (4 6) (8) and Groie HR Chi Smto (19) Los Angeles 110 000 000- 272 Houston 420 000 OOx- 6 11 0 Osteen (16 10) Ran (2) Hough (0 ,nd Ferguson Wilson (11 15) and Jutze HR LA-Paciorek (3) P.ttsburgh 020 000 100-3 7 1 St Louis 020 001 10 1 Balss Walker (7 11) (7) Lamb (8) McKee (8) and Sanguillen Foster in 8) Hrabosky (9) and Simmons HRs Pgh-Hebner (22) SL-Agee (10) AB R H Pet 624 108 218 349 490 81 156 318 549 92173 315 475 76 147 309 61 124 309 52 120 309 73 163 308 68 162 307 94 155 303 37 116 302 401 388 529 528 512 34 Dinosaurs, Huskies win Rose C edeno Hou Wilson Hou Cirdo nl Chi Hu it Mtl Grul b SD Middox SF T Pen 7 Cm Sinqleton Mtl Goods in SF H imp runs Johnson Atlanta (41) Snrqell Pittsbi rgh Evans Atlanta rims bitted m Stargell (108) Bench Cinciiniti (103) Ptchmg (14) decisions Stone Mi w York (113) (786) Borbon Cm (10 4) 714) C in w Mm W Horton DP! Murcir NY D M ly Mil Northrup Opt Otis KC M mson NY Scot! Mil Yls-tr in the- Vestern Intercollegiate I ootball League In the other league game tlu- Universitv ot Sa-kat< hew an Huskies took lust plate with a 2420 win over the Unwetsitv ol Manitoba Bisons in Saskatoon I he Dinosaurs win their lllh (onsecutivcathome lett them tied with the Bisons tor suoml Both have a win and a loss I lie Ihumlerbitds which got tlu u points on a nine vaul touchdown nm In lulmack Scott I inblclon are vvinless m one ti v the same as the ,l( (Iwmpion Universi tv ol Golden Beats Qiiaituback DonSik-i kick M! two hold goals loi alg.irv in and A vaids while M uk (.ivbi pmiUd loi thiu slllgll s In Saskatoon Husk lesquarteiback DavePickett threw two touchdown passes placekicker Gord Wentworth converted both and hit on thiee held goals Gerrv Harris kicked a V? vard single The Huskies winning scoie was an II-vard touchdown pass to John Komhowski K mine final quat tei i he eithei six pointer was to Uonm Adan 11 om 17 vaids New season for fencing I t thin ulgc svvoidsinen will have a ehaiuo to UHH leiiemg again this wmtei he I ethbrulgc I'one ing lub stalls its new season at 7 (I) p m 1'uesdav Sept IK m the new gvmnasuim ol th- I cthnndgc' ollegiate In slilute i u me mbe i s a i c W( l( ii'iie SEIBERLING G78-4 PLY POLYESTER TIRES OR 95 Each ELRICH TIRES LTD 4021StAve South Phone 327-6886 or 327-4445 ;