Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 15

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 39

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THI IETHBRID6E HERAtD Snlurday, September U, Fall Race Meet opens to small gathering RACE By Willie Ketchum Rycroft wins feature as well as two claims of foul MONDAY'S SELECTIONS FIRST RACE Claiming for Llircc-year-olds _ FIVE FURLONGS HAPPY'S BERNIE, Watson .....Hi enough to steal II LUSTROUS STAR, Hunl .....153 The one to beat ROYAL ROUSER. McCauley 113 Very dangerous tcday MOORGATE, RycroM 132 Fair Calgary races RED MOUNT, Jewel 122 Upsef possibility ELAINE'S BEAUTY. Culhberrson US Improvement required SYMBAOE, Shields.........127 Prefers more distance ABBIE'S DAY, Haynes ......132 A longshol today SECOND RACE Claiming for four-year-olds and upward FIVE FURLONGS By SULLIVAN Ilurahl Sports UVil'-r Delbert Kycroft seems to en- joy gelling involved. Hy croft, who became a fa- vorite of llit- Lolhhridtje racing fans during Ihc six-day Whoop- Days meet in July, was front row centre Friday at the nine- day Fait Itiicc Meet got under- way at Whoop-Up Downs be- fore a disappointing opening clay crowd and good weather. It was quite a day for the young jockey as he romped home the winner in the featur- ed seventh race and was given support oE the track stewards La a pair of foul claims. The victory in the seventh race earned owner Marshall Willard of Milo a purse of as well as a trophy cooler do- nated by Norman Long Insur- ance and Real Estate of Taber. Gay Stitch paid to win, In the feature race Kycrofl! to place and lo show, piloted Gey Stitch home ahead Ry croft's inquiry fun began of the pack withstanding a lale challenge from Priddis Dandy ridden by Don Hunt. in the fifth race, the Exactor. He was second aboard Fleet Flitter as Alvin McAuley won on Kool Turk. Rycroft, how- ever, claimed McAuley bump- ed htm in the last comer head- ing into the homestretch. The stewards, after viewing the film, found in Rycroft's favor, reversing the order of finish. The two combined to pay a Exactor. In Friday's last race Rycroft lodged a claim of foul against Little Baffie ridden by Vem HAYDN'S DOLt., Hunt LUCKY JEMIMA, Walson TIMOLENE, MeCauley FLUME, Bourne B GOOD, Baril..... CAROL'S BOY, Shields LITTLE PAOLE, Jewel FLEET ATOM, Perry Hi A slitjM ftdqr? 133 Very "dangerous today llfl Could upset things 112 Onco nad gowl speed 111 Rail helps 122 Has his work cut out 119 A longshot today 119 Strictly A longshot THIRD RACE SI Claiming for four-year-olds and upward SEVEN FURLONGS NORTHERN EMPEROR, Perry FURIOUS FLIGHT, TobaCCO NIPAWIN. Shields SERENADE ALL, Jewell...... GAY STITCH, L. Wiseman WJL50N RADIVA, Suitor FAMOUS TERRY, Cuthberlson VILLA'S VALUATION, Baril Touuli aaainit A powerful conlendsi Figures lo be close Must be considered IU The longshot here FOURTH BACK Claiming for three-year-olds and upward FUFJLONGb DARK REASON, Hunl FLEET FLITTER, McCauley NO WORK, Wiseman LE 7ICUE, L. Wiseman WAYWARD BOY, Suilor BOARD LANE. Tobacco 119 Cgn score an upsel Hi Will bs closing fast 119 Best race v.-nuld 127 Chance fll a price 117 Could be right then 114 Would be a surprise Hard ID lie An unknown quanf t FRENCH BAR, Rycrolt riF'II! n-U'K U.OOO Claiming Tor four-year-olds and upward I MILKS PRIDDIS DftNDY, McCaulsy MLK BUTTONS, Hunl SKIPPER TflN, Perry DOLIBLE HEELS, D. Wisoman MAGIC MINK, Haynes WINGS OF SILVER, L. Wiseman MISS STAMPEDER, Willis A narrow margin Completes the Good for a slice Will dnse orounrJ. Cnuld b" ins sleeper Upsel possibility Wllh lougher curnnany Faces a lough SIXTH RACE Claiming for four-year-olds and FIVE FURLONGS POLISH ROD, McCauley ........114 Looks easily best SHOCK TROOP, Perry 119 The one to beat MORNING MASTER, D. Wlieman 119 Big threat If muddy...... BONNY L. Wiseman 117 Speed on the rail... PRINCE BALLY HIGH, Hunt 119 Threat despite DOS! MA'N HAJO, Warier] ......123 Last effort dull OVER CURRENT, Shields ......132 Once had much class SURE SPEED, Jewell........IU Wllh speedy company SHIELDS OUTDUELS RYCROFT Sandy Shields, aboard No. 7 Symbaoe in Friday's second race, battles neck and neck wilh Delbert Rycroft riding Robin A Tiptoe. Shields won the raca edging Rycroft of the finish. The 1971 Fall Race Meet got under and will stay for the next eight days. SEVENTH RACE Claiming for four-year-olds and upward FTVE FURLONGS FERMENT, McCauley LAW BOSS, Hunl CROFT LAKE, Rycroft RESTLESS DAWN, L. WlSem 'DEXTER BOY, Watson DANCE WITH ALl, Hoynel TINY'S KING, L. Wisemnn FIRE LINE, Jewell....... llfl Should handle Ihese...... 115 Very dangErous loday..... __ 118 Could be the sleeper..... i lid Has won Ihree this year... IIS SoN'd fhreaf on besl try Classy cld-llmer....... Ill Ran well I his soring..... .121 Strictly o longshol EIGHTH RACE Claiming for four-year-olds and upward upward SEVEN FURLONGS ANITA D. Hunl.......... TURN LIGHT, D. ROMAN SCHOLAR, L. Wiseman FARE UNION, McCauley...... POLAR MOUD, Shields IIS Too gorx! for these 12? Completes the qulnella... 119 Tab for an upset 115 Besl of the others..... 115 Chancp to upset......... JAMIE 5., Culhberlson 122 Won af BUSTER KID. Rycrrft .........119 A longshot today.. SOLID SYMBOL, Perry........US Will one llmi BEST BET FERMENT LONGSHOT GAY STITCH POST TIME 2 P.M. LETHBRIDGE MINOR HOCKEY ASSOCIATION NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21st p.m. ADAMS ICE CENTRE All those interested ore asked to attend this meeting for election of executive, etc. REGISTRATION OF BOYS Wishing to play in the Lethbridge Minor Hockey Association will commence Mon., Sept. 13th p.m. Adams Ice Centre Tabbed another Beliveau Bowman high on Lafleur MONTREAL (CP) Until, grcal Coumoyer 20-year-old Guy Lafleur absorbs i said. a few major league bodychecks, I "He's quick and he's the jury remains out on his I i s Mahovuch's description, cliances of becoming a super-1 "He's the most talented Md I've the National Hockey seen since T turned pro. star in League. Bui coach Scolly Bowman of Montreal Canadiens doesn't have to wait lo see that the youngster, Hie No. 1 choice in last June's amateur draft, has the talent. "He lias everything going for Bowman said. "He can skale. He can shoot. And I've never seen a young player who feathers a pass so well." In the bodycheck department, Lafleur shouid get his first tasle of the NHL variety tonight when the Canadiens play host to Bos- ton Bruins in an exhibition game. Lafleur, who scored 130 goals last season as a right winger with Quebec Remparts of the u e h e c Junior A Hockey League, has been moved to centre between Frank Mahov- lich at left wing and Yvan Cour- noyer. Both wingmen have been impressed with the tall youngs- ter. "Guy shouldn't have any trou- ble fitting in at centre the way he finds his wingers and can lay down a pass both Bow- man said. The Lafleur-Mahovlich-Cour- noyer combination has jelled 'like bread, butter and jam." Cournoyer, who thrived for years on the slick playmakmg of now-retired Jean Beliveau, is already high on Lafieur. "He makes the plays and has APPLICATION for LETHBRIDGE LADIES' CURLING CLUB Name (please print) Miss or Mrs. Husband's Initials............ Address Telephone Numbers; Home Busines days Afternoon curlers only: Choice first-served basis. Preferred Days: Please Chuck MONDAY THURSDAY TUESDAY FRIDAY bft given on n fir.st-come. BABY SIT I ING Return To: LETHBRIDGE CURLING CLUB P.O. BOX 354 Have you ever curled NO What FEES ARE AS FOLLOWS: AFTERNOON CURLERS SUBS FOR AFTERNOONS EVENING CURLERS OR EVENINGS MEMBERSHIPS Wilt BE ACCEPTED SEPTEMBER ?lit "And a big thing about him is that he's defence conscious." Lafleur, a modest young man who uses a straight blade on his stick at the Montreal camp, says he is getting a break in playing alongside the two expe- rienced wingers. Plante older says Worsley WINNIPEG (CP) Lome (Gump) Worsley, 42, is not the National Hockey League's old- est active player. "I am not the old Wor- sley said at Minnesota North Stars' training camp here this week. "Maybe in seniority, but Jacques Plante is a month older than I am." Age doesn't appear to be ov- ertaking Worsley or Plante, of Toronto Maple Leafs, as they prepare to resume their roles as two of the best goaltenders in the NHL. Worsley, entering his ISHi season in the league find 22nd year in professional hockey, says he is in better shape going into camp this year than In some of the past seasons. "I'm finding it he says. "I'm down to 180 pounds now "They play position and they always seem to be in the he said. "I think we go well together." Bowman, who intends to keep the trio together for the first four or five exhibition games and perhaps longer, couldn't fig- ure out at first how a player who made so many passes and checked so well in the training camp here could have scored 130 goals last season. But that was before the rookie started shooting the puck on the net and came up with three goals in a recent practice. BEAT NERVOUSNESS Senators >vill move NEW YORK (AP) The owner of Washington Senators has been promised enough votes by American League owners to move the baseball club to the Dallas-Fort Worth area, The As- sociated Press learned Friday. Bob Short, owner of the Sena- tors, will poll lhc owners at a meeting in Boston Tuesday. The only thing that apparently stands between Short and a move lo DsMas.Fort Worth Is the possibility that one of the eight other owners will change his mind before the meeting. Short needs nine votes from among Hie 12 American League club owners to be able to move the club. Short purchased the Senators in December, 1968, and immedi- ately reached out to spur at- tendance by hiring Ted Wil- liams as his manager. He later signed two of baseball's prob- lem players, pitcher Denny McLain and ortfielder Curt Flood. Ciliiii'iiliiilll! More sport 12 on and I should be down to 173 saw Lafleur only once be- 175 by the time we're ready watching him in training Bowman said. "For a Gump, Cesarc Maniago days he seemed a little Gilles Gilbert are fighting and I had to tell him goaltending to be afraid to shoot w'hen UILL USE had the chance, you saw Coach Jackie Gordon happened." that, unlike last season when intends In keep four three goalies were with the intact for at least a few for most of the last half of Kenn Richard, the schedule, Minnesota will go captain succeeding Beli- only two goalies tliis will centre youngsters All three will have a Tardif and Rejcan Houle. to earn a berth during M a h o v 1 i c h, Frank's Stars' exlu'bition series brother and a standout begins today in season, has Claude Larose against Toronto. The Jacques Lemaire as c ubs meet again Sunday while Chuck Lefley the American Hockey While training camp Voyageurs skates be- to be "a bore" for Phil Roberto and Larry each one has for (lie last years, the Montreal native other amateur choices, likes the game and the Arnason from Flin Flon But, he says, when the Murray Wilson From 01 becomes a bore like will be spotted in pre-sea- camps "I'll know it's time play. defence remains the Worsley now is playuig as last season with vet- his third NHL cl'J1! after Terry Harper, Jacques in New York and Montreal. and J. C. Tremblay 1952 he broke in strides with Guy La- Rangers, winning Ihe and Butch Bouchard. M e m o r i a 1 Trophy as Snv.ird has been skat- league's outstanding but will not play until Oct. 9, He shared the Vezina another visit to the which goes to the goaltcnder for examination of the the team that allows the he broke for the second time goals during the season, January. Charlie Hodge in 1963-G6 will start l.he exhibi- with Rogatien Vaclion in schedule with three goalies both years with Dryden, last season's The rotund nelminder Is Smylhe Trophy winner, of the few remaining Vaclion and Phil Myre playing without a face full games. EXHIBITION MONDAY, SEPT. 20 8.30 BLACK ANGUS CAMPBELL vi CARLOS TOMASSO and BLACK vi BASIC and OUINN v> VON HESS vs HAYES vt SULLIVAN vs Box Office Opens 7 Walcli STAMPEDE WRESTtING on Watson and again the claim was upheld only this Lime LitUe Baffie waa disqualified HACE RESULTS Ftrif 5500, claiming, 4 year olds and up, 3 furlongs Like A Cheelall (Watson) 4.BO 3.70 3.50 Ink) Mr. Bill Dole (Schilling) 520 6.00 Malabarlsfo (D. Rycroft) TIma :59 1-5 Irish C o I n n e I, lisfordcm, Over Current, Sock Troop also ran. Second S50G, claiming, 3 and 4 year olds, 7 furlongs SymbBDB (shields) A.cn 3.00 3.80 Robin A Tiptoe {Rycrofl) 3.20 320 Warllf (Hunl) 4.30 Time 3-S Miss Trip, Weslern Leader, Ned's Hood, Rodeo Queen also ran. DAILY DOUBLE m.40. Third J500, claiming, 4 year olds and UD, 7 furlongs Wild Bruce (Barll) 30.70 7.90 550 Mainly Cloudy (Rycrrfl) 4.20 3.40 Squib (Haynes) 7.70 Time 4-5 Star, Famous Bnyfooy, Fiery Doll, Pleasant Hour also ran. QUI NELL.A Fourth 5500, claiming, 2 year S Jur- longs Messenger Lad (McCauley) a 60 2.90 2.50 Street Law (Hayncs) 3.20 CJOC County (RycrofU 4.10 3.00 Time 4-5 Hop's Dream, Call Me Patty, Cana- dian Breeze, Cyclone Red, Colour Ms Lucky also ran. Fifth 5500, claiming, 3 year olds, 7 (ur- loncjs Fleet Flillcr {Rycrofl) 33 00 12..10 3.70 Kool Turk (McCauley) 370 2.BO Some Hand (D. WisEman) 2.50 Time 5-5 Welcome Glory, Burgundy Less. Hopping Hope, Charlie 0 also ran. Track Scralch Mulll Special EXACTOR Sixth !500, claiming, 4 year olds and UD. 5 furlongs Polish Rod (MtCauley) 8 60 3 60 250 Cariboo Red (Shields) 4.10 2.50 Nayu IWIremon) 2.4D Time 58 2-5 Full Counl, Sure Speed also ran Seventh S700, 4 year olds and up, b miles Gay Slilch 18-30 8.60 3.70 Priddls Dandy (Hunlt 5.10 3.20 Nipawin (Shields) 2.70 Tjme 2-5 S1IK Buttons, Wilson Rcdlvs, Aur- nol, Iron Tony also ran. Eighth S509, claiming, 4 years and up, 7 furlongs Sieve Pipe (Perry) 8-10 Hayden's Bella (McCauley) 12 40 9.90 Raging Sea fRyerofJ) 6.20 Time 25 I LlfNe Baffle, Roman Frost, King of Rulers, Miss Knysuecon, Blue Test also ran QUINELLA IU7.IO I and placed fourth after finish- ing second. Some 13 ticket holders were happy fit the stewards' decision as they collocled BO. A good many others were upset as they held tickels on Little and Slave Pipe, the win- ner. Friday's gathering of close to poured through the pan-niuluel wiskcts. Post for today's nine races was 2 p.m. as will'be the case each racing day. Sandy Shields, who has rid- den in a good many of the Ji Fall Race Meets in Lethbridgc, earned a victory in his first outing Friday as lie guided Syrnbaoe home in front in the second race and combined with Watson's mount, Like A Chee- tah for a S16.40 Daily Double. In the third race, another Quinclla, Yves Baril won aboard Wild Bruce and togeth- er with Mainly Cloudy, with Hycroft up, paid Although the track looked fast the times were relatively slow with the exception of the sixth race. McAuley look Polish Rod to the front early and finished the five furlong jaunt just ahead jf Cariboo Red, ridden by Shields. Polish Hod toured the distance in 58.2 seconds one fifth of ft second off the track record set by Glorious Pete in i9G7. The electric tote board, In USG for the first time in the hJslory of the Lefhbridge meet, met with mostly favorable comments. One complaint rac- ing officials received was that it was loo far away. The board is located in the centre of the infield. Race meet officials, how- ever, assured the gathering the board would be moved closer for the remainder of the meet. According to one fficial the board vras placed back to avoid glare. A problem, they were happy to say, that did not oc- cur. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES it NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago 7B 73 13 Pel. GBL .605 .550 .517 3Vj 61 90 .404 30'-i Sen Francisco Los Angeles Allnnlfl Houston Cincinnati Diego .5M .W3 .513 FRIDAY'S RESULTS 57 94 .377 27 FIRST Baltimore Detroit McNally OM 4 10 HO 501 T 11 (19-5) Dukes (7) Jackson (7) B I (B) and Hendrlcks, Elche- borren Tlmmerr nosKl (S) and Freehan. HR Slanley (7) Northrup Boston 130 IDS 100 Washington ID) 101 Culr. Tlant (S) Lee Perm. Del- -10 14 S 7 11 0 (5-3) Cox (5-7) Llndblad (6) Pina (7) Rid- dleberger (8) and Billings. HRs: Smllh Pctrocelll (36) Hick SECOND Baltimore WO '01 3 1 Detroit .000 3M llx- 5 11 0 Leonhard (5-31 Rlchcrt (7) and Schermsn Freehan. HRs; Roblnsc (27) Johnson (17) (16) Mc- Aullffe FIRST Cleveland ..000 HO I 1 NCW York 001 000 1 9 1 McDowell (1M5) Hargan (6) and Fosse; Pelerson (1J-12) and Munson. Kantas City 000 001 000- 0 3 90 Minnesota 000 000 100- 1 7 1 Hcdlund (15-7) and Klrkpntrlck; Perry (14-4) Haydel (7) Corbln (9) and Derrasey. HR: Mln-Cardenas Chicago ..061 200 14 B May Queen (2) Fisher (4) Maloney (6) Clark (8) and rorborg; Johnson (11-10) and Egnn. HRs: McMullen AMERICAN LEAGUE Essl BnlNmorn Delroil Boston New York Washington Cleveland Oakland Kensas Clly Chicago California Minnesota Milwaukee W L Pet. GBL 90 56 .616 87 65 .57! 79 73 H 77 7i 510 IS'-fi 53 flp ,39i 57 91 .383 34Vi 67 79 31 6J 86 31 Cleveland MO 100 4 New York 101 100 7 14 Paul (2-d) Lamb M) Mingorl 17) Kaiser Farmer (7) I and Suare FRIDAY'S RESULTS SI. Loul) .000 403 7 III Monlrcal 001 100 1 7 1 Gibson (14-12) end Simmons; Mor- (1016) McC-Inn U} Reed (fi) Tor- rcr (71 and Batmen. HRS; St. L- Torre Atlanta 000 ODD 111 3 11 fl Los Angeles 000 700 000 2131 Slone, Oarber (7) Upshaw (11-6) (71 and Williams; Oslcen, Brewer (8) (0-1) (10) tind HaMer. HR-.: Aaron Lum (2-13) San Diego 113 030 1 San Francisco 030 OM 7 S 3 i Arlln (7 Corklns Scverlnsen I (B) and Kendall, Barlon MarkhM (15-11) Jolmson (7) and ulbson, Dietl HR: Sr-Dfelz New York 110 001 I 0 Pittsburgh 000 MO j o Gentry (13-10) and Dyer; Brlles (7. A Kison (7) Giusll (9) and May. HRs: (1) Singleton Krancpool (10- Chlcago 001 103 4 18 0 Philadelphia 000 000 3 B 3 Decker Bonham (9) Gura (9) and Fernandez; Reynolds (4-8) Bran- don (6) Muni! (8) and McCarver. HRs: nflll Fosse "Bahmen (1J-10) and Mun- Houston son. HRs: Nellies Simpson 301 000 tOO- 1 S 0 (7) and Cor Edwards. 010 000 000-1 1 1 010 170 4 B 0 7) SpranuR (6) Bldlerlc dies; Wilsnn (16-8) end SNOW CLEAT TIRES Priced from ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES 1 SERVICE .i 401 In Ave South 3974IB4 or 317-444! ;