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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, 18, 1973 11 Whoop-Up Downs Selections WEDNESDAY'S SELECTIONS FIRST RACE claiming for 3 A up ABOUT FIVE FURLONGS 6 Second race action Rcglnak......................116 Noble Cone ..................121 Do Step......................121 Wayward Boy 124 Wee Tosca 121 Brae O'Leary 124 Majestic Eddie 111 Tedlee 124 Cinderella rides a live one hard to beat 4 steps high 5 pride of Arrowwood 1 from Regina 2 indifferent sort 3 not very 7 poor form 8 SECOND RACE claiming for 4 year 4 up SEVEN FURLONGS Reserved Speed..............119 Expanding....................122 Monday Morn 122 Lustrous Star 119 Little Beck 114 Pitcher Bob 122 Swing Leader 119 the class the danger will show Blue Monday Max s Star needs to improve ran big in Cour DAIene doesnt swing much THIRD RACE claiming for 3 4 year old SEVEN FURLONGS Indian High ..................117 Show Em Blue ...............114 Ce Ja........................117 Drink It Up 114 Nicely Does It 114 Son Of Latham 112 Suntime Girl 114 right there He will right there won t overdo not often disappointment could be the day La Sonata 114 will step to a tune FOURTH RACE claiming for 4 year olds up Fire Line.....................117 a runner Rain Taurus..................122 could storm Gay Sfitch....................116 will trip along Glib 122 good form Joe D Heigh 124 have to watch Split Bat 122 could upset Careless Ruler 122 well bred Alchard 118 Your guess FIFTH RACE claiming for 3 year olds up Starsnip......................122 wire to wire Smart Bet....................122 could be Brilliant Request..............114 good for show Wilysabie 122 rail will help Mint Green 119 could upset Smybaoe 114 may improve Woddah 119 not today Miss Easter Day 117 next Easter SEVEN FURLONGS 5 2 3 1 4 6 7 SEVEN FURLONGS 4 2 6 1 3 5 7 8 SIXTH RACE claiming for 2 year olds SEVEN FURLONGS shows spead 4 rail he'ps 1 odd good race 2 not today 3 from a running stable 5 not today 6 outside chance 7 Diamond Hood...............117 Acrobat Boy..................108 Bleu Deen....................117 Two Penny Mist 115 Jay Dee Effervesce 114 Gypsy s Freedom 117 Senator Sam 124 SEVENTH RACE claiming for 3 year olds up ABOUT FIVE FURLONGS ..........114 slight ecJge 7 ........114 definitely the danger 6 ..........116 has speed 3 114 on home track 1 112 rail helps 2 117 not today 4 111 moving up 5 120 also in 8 Avenue Lady Silent Stream Fleet Nickel Hope You Hurry Mary s Fancy Miss LucKy D Ginger Voya Lady Stuart EIGHTH RACE claiming for 3 year up ONE MILE Big Bambi Restless Willow.. Same Affair Precious Argent Capital Spending Joey s Arch Mr Wycone Allie of Remorse ..........124 wire to wire ..........122 hard to beat ..........121 never runs a bad one 113 right there 121 could be tough 116 shows form 114 m a rough bunch 124 could upset POST TIME P.M. BEST BET AVENUE LADY 7th Race LONG SPLIT BAT 4th Race Bowling Scores CAPRI BOWL DOUG'S MUSIC AND SPORTS Elaine Tompkins 271 Marg Dyck 248 Pat Norlin 251, Sally Trone 223 Zita Tmordi 225, Maureen Vaykovich 222, Chris Guenther 225 Joyce Witwicki 215, Irene Lynde 214, Cathy Forbes 218 Y.B.C. SCHOOLS Mark Gretzmger 266, Terry Hamilton 200, Tom Miklos 229 Michael Sharon 235, Michelle MacLean 257 Bev Passey 193, Jackie Pearson 157 Shannon Parry 151 Lori Asqum 194, Patti Holmes 162 Judy MacLean 171, Brenda Graveland 165, Lisa Coutts 177, Malinda Hamilton 180 Terry Hamilton 200 Y.B.C. BANTAM BOYS Geof Krokosh 182, Gerald Sac- cardo 215, Edwin Burwash 204, Michael Tolley 177 Bill Taylor 204 Don Tmordi 160 Faron Ellis 157 Murray Johnson 157, Russell Derksen 148 Y.B.C. JET BANTAM BOYS Derek Taylor 187 Craig Ellis 194, Danny Svoboda 147 Jimmy Doyle 145 Stephen Craiggs 142. Russel Holt 136, Jimmy Okamura 161 Kevin Chaki 127 Adeu Ahluwaha 127, Jimmy Lawson 127 Y.B.C. BANTAM GIRLS Barbara Christiansen 183, Pam Shigehiro 257, Lori Chakl 166. Sharon Mezei 146 Laurel Harris 142, Susan Gelleny 145 Jody Kirchner 137 Leeann Tunstall 134 Lorraine Kwan 167 -Rhonda Harris 140, Jan Baker 147 Jaelynn Dorge 135 Y.B.C. JRS. AND SRS. Troy Hovey 281, David Wells 232 (622) Bill Todd 251 Duane fauzzi 214 Andrew Albistan 216 (606) Patrick Doyle 216, Darcee Harris 236, Belinda MacDonald 234, Cherye Obermeyer 246 (714) Debbie Bergman 244 Darlene Terry 224, Karen Gelleny 220 HOLIDAY BOWL Y.B.C. Mitch Trentmi 236 Kirk Prince 209 Roy Duval 208 Darren Flexhaug 224 Rogan Sinclair 220, Laurie Koshney 225 Meal Nishikawa 233 Ken Bergman 205 FRIDAY SOCIAL Allan Lunan 284 Terr Prusak 282 (764) Allan Brown 277, Steve Ramais 275 (783) Elaine Brown 285 (692) George Gerstentohler 283 Tom Sanders 221, Harry Gates 243, Erma Schaalje 219 Rayna Frache 209 Er me Frache 274 Debra Brown 233 CIVIL SERVANTS Brydon Hirsche 320 Blair Hurt 278 Bev Swaren 266 Guila Bunnage 239, Steve Roth 252 Edith Voth 253 Abe Enns 303 (693) John Enckson 282 (787) Roy Sewers 277 (698) Alice Kohbas 236 Lew Mills 233 Dwaine Beesley 241 CPR Vaughn Tennant 280, George Matchett 273, Pete Canan 232 Den- nis Oberg 231 Cleas Schweitzer 230 Irma Oberg 243, Bunny Maloney 242 Elaine Sinclair 235 Ken Pmchak 232 YOUNG ADULTS Y.B.C. Bernie Pohl 264, John Wildman 292 Kim Kovacs 252, Barry Niedermier 246, Bill Todd 276 Marvin Higa 248, Brenda Pedersen 324 (743) Nadme Kovacs 239 Kahe Pedrmi 240 Linda Malcomson 244 FIRST SKATES The world's first skating club was established in Edm- buigh in 1742 Opening Soon in College Mall 'BOND STREET' featuring Firth Clothes Three horses fall jockeys are okay A three-horse spill in the se- cond race kept the fallen jockeys from riding again at Whoop-Up Downs Monday but none were seriously injured Miss Wilson, with Norm Jewell m the saddle, stumbled heading into the last turn and fell Stromtree, ridden by Bet- ty Dunham, and June Rouser, with Gary Marks riding, also went down Dunham walked away from the spill but Jewell and Marks needed assistance although they said they were all right by the end of the card Alvin McCauley took Jet Courier to victory in the featured seventh race after a stretch duel with Whirlagale and Dexter Boy Dexter Boy, with Barbara Suitor up, set the early pace but could not hold a two-length lead in the stretch Whirlagale, ridden by Ivan FIRST claiming 4 year olds and up 7 furlongs Mans Pass (Suitor) 4 00 2 60 3 50 Marys Fancy (Niblett) 280 280 Mister Bountiful (Waton) 7 10 Time 1 28 4 5 Rivoh Belle Go Go Glen Blaze Of Speed Something High Win N Grin also ran SECOND S600 claiming, 3 and 4 year old maidens 7 furlongs Grey Hope (Bourne) 8 80 4 103 10 Compellmgs Last (Wiseman) 5 20 3 50 Triple Charm (Banl) 3 90 Time 1 30 Warship Eagle Stromtree June Rouser Miss Wilson, also ran Track Scratch Battants Image DAILY DOUBLE: CONSOLATION DOUBLE: THIRD S600 claiming 4 year olds and up 5 furlongs Mister Bewitched (Wiseman) 1710 680 330 Pixie Belle (Niblett) 410 3 20 Ttzz A Puff (Suitor) 3 20 Time 0 58 4-5 Banquet Knight Gmga Voya Miss Rouser Time To Pick Missyway also ran FOURTH claiming 3 year olds 5 furlongs Wily Sable (Niblett) 20 50 9 20 6 50 Twins Sheba (Clark) 18 90 6 60 Jakes Jewel (McCauley) 3 20 Time 0 59 3-5 Miss Lucky D, Yale Shady Mary Vies Hero R V Super also ran FIFTH S600 claiming 3 year olds 7 furlongs Whatablend (Suitor) 1470 700 350 Fire Line (Watson) 7 20 3 40 Cr- fot Lake (Niblett) 3 90 Time 1 28 1-5 Lady Stuart lame Prince Scotch Indian also ran EXACTOR: SIXTH S600 claiming 4 year olds and up 5 furlongs River Hawk (McCauley) 10 10 3 30 2 90 Old Fort (Clark) 3 00 2 40 Chinos Haydn (Bourne) 290 Time 058 1-5 Ram Taurus Palatial also ran SEVENTH claiming 3 year olds and up 1 1-16 miles Jet Courier (McCauley) 5 30 2 80 260 Whirlagale (Clark) 310 270 Dexter Boy (Suitor) 3 90 Time 1 49 4-5 Brian T College Count Blue Twist Grmner also ran EIGHTH claiming 4 year olds and up 7 furlongs Joannie Pie (Suitor) 2930 1240 6 20 Meo Class (Boune) 6 60 4 60 Road Break (Watson) 15 90 Time 1 29 3 5 Blondieco Sonnille Sid Green Port Conita also ran QUINELLA: Clark, grabbed the lead but was then beaten by Jet Courier About 1.100 fans wagered 804 compared with on the same day last year McCauley the leading jock- ev at the Fall Meet with 15 wins, won the Fort Macleod Auction Market trophy blan- ket as he covered the distance in one minute. 49 4 seconds. Monday's daily double, a combination of Mar is Pass to Grey Hope paid Bar- bara Suitor rode Mans Pass while Mahlon Bourne survived the second race accident aboard Grey Hope A consola- tion double. Mans Pass to Battant's Image, a track scratch, paid 20 The first quinella of the day, Mister Bewithhed to Pixie Belle was worth while the quinella on the eighth race Joannie Pie to Meo Class paid 10 Monday's biggest pay was on the exactor as Suitor won on What A Blend while Vern Watson was second atop Fire Line The combination of the two was worth 60 Racing continues Wednes- day with eight races set to go at four o'clock. Post time Thursday and Friday is also four while Saturday and Mon- day will see a two o'clock post time This Saturday will see the running of the annual Marion Williams Memorial Handicap This race has the biggest purse of the Fall Race Meet attached to it Waterfowl season set By JOE BALLA Herald Staff Writer The 1973 migratory water- fowl season opens in Southern Alberta Thursday, with no bag limit changes from last year But, there could be some marked changes in the flight paths and patterns of the birds according to Environ- ment Canada Koyata out for season The 1973 Foothills Football League season came to an abrupt halt for Picture Butte Elks' quarterback, Wayne Koyata. on the weekend Koyata suffered a broken collar bone in their league opener against Coafcle Spartans Satur- day and will be out the remainder of the season The Elks eventually went on to tie the Spartans with Brian King scoring for the Spartans and David Russell for the Elks In another league game Satur- day, High River blanked Okotoks 2W) behind Craig Spangler's three touchdowns Paul Blayney added a single touchdown and a convert in the win while Gary Flaterud chipped in with a convert Meanwhile in Friday's action, Vulcan trounced St Mary's 77-0 and Cardston whipped Claresholm 40-19 B Smith led Vulcan's assault on St Mary's with five touchdowns while W Fagh added four The pattern changes will follow as a result of the excep- tionally dry weather in most parts of the south country dur- ing the past summer Over-all, bird populations are expected to be down slightly The dry weather dried up scores of potholes on the flat grasslands, and wet weather in the parklands flooded out much of the nesting habitat Environment Canada says potholes are essential to the successrful breeding of migratory game birds There was a general feeling that the lower bird production rate did not warrant a change in bag limits The daily bag and posses- sion limits are eight and 16 for ducks, five and 10 for geese, of which no more than two white fronted geese may be taken and four possessed The department is asking hunters to keep careful notes in the daily hunting record that is attached to their permits This is to help the department in keeping ac- curate information for sur- veys The permits are sold at post offices for each Before a shooter may hunt legally, in addition to the federal government permit he is required to purchase a Resource Development Stamp and a huntying licence from the province In Lethbridge the place is the Administration Building, during office hours Elsewhere the potential hunter goes to an office of the provincial wildlife branch, and there aren't too many of these offices around IT'S -I A POOR WHO CAN'T TAKE BOTH QDE5.' ooow; WHOSE SIDE YOU ON, ANDY-ME OR MV _. V Kelly's back Leonard "Red" Kelly, new coach of the Toronto Maple Leafs talks with gen- eral manager Jim Gregory at Maple Leaf Gardens Monday during team s first work- out in preparation for the 1973-74 National Hockey League season Could miss playoffs Bombers in trouble VANCOUVER (CP) With the Western Football Confer- ence barelv past the half-way point in its schedule the 1972 seasonal champions are Super Mex upset with Nicklaus MUIRFIELD, Scotland (AP) Lee Trevmo, normal- ly amiable Super-Mex of American Golf paused on the steps of an ancient Scottish clubhouse Monday and criticized Jack Nicklaus Nicklaus and Trevmo are members of the United States Rvder Cup team which will play professional golfers of Britain and Ireland later this week Some of us aren t happy about Nicklaus Trevmo said The criticism was that Nicklaus was not aboard the plane that brought the team from Washington to Scotland Monday Reporters were told that football-loving Nicklaus stayed on in Miami. Fla to watch a favorite team, the Dolphins JACK DIDN'T MAKE IT "Like the others in the team I was told to be there at Wash ington D C to get the plane said the 34-vear-old Trevmo Jack didp t make the plane Listen, my wife just had a baby girl a week ago I would have liked two more days at my excuse is better than Jack's If one can do it why can't we all do if" Jackie Burke Jr non- playing captain of the U S team aiming for a 16th victory over the British Isles in 20 Ryder Cup matches, admitted he was concerned over Nicklaus's whereabouts 'I'd like to know where Jack is right now Burke said But his onlv obligation is to be here when the es hpcnn nn Thnrsdav alreadv in danger of missing the playoffs Winnipeg Blue Bombers fin- ished first last year with a record of 10-6 but it will take an abrupt turn around for the club to even win half as many games this season Bombers are here tonight to meet British Columbia Lions, a club that has only a slightly better record 3 5 but at least a reasonable chance at being active in post-season games Bombers 1-7 and the second lowest scoring team in the Ca nadian Football League, were the highest scoring club last season But they have some- thing in their favor as they at -ions win morning second The defending champion Lions are continuing a solid bid for a se- cond straight Lethbndge Minor Football League title as they blanked the Stampeders 14-0 at Henderson Stadium Monday night Some 600 spectators were on liand as watched the Lions tallv touchdowns in each of the se- cond and fourth quarters for their second victorv in as many starts Jeff Takevasu opened the scor- ing in the ball game as he galloped 10 yards after recovering a Stampeder fum- ble in the second quarter Mark Rowe booted the con- veit attempt which gave the Lions a 7-0 lead at halftime Rowe came back to make it 8-0 in the fourth quarter by booting a safety and then sat back as Dave Rae ended the scoring with the final touchdown of the contest Meanwhile the St Maty s Eagles had their hands full to say the least as they dropped a 50-0 decision to the Bombers in another league match-up Dominic Santangelo led the Bombers with tour touchdowns while Earl Ingarfield added a pair along with a two convert Mario Caitom and I Fraulin completed the scoring with a ma- jor score each Cattonfs touchdown came on the opening plav of the game as it broke loose for a 75-yard major tempt to halt a five-game los- ing streak Their leading rusher and touchdown scorer, Stan Brown, will be back in the lineup and the Lions' aggressive linebacker Ray Nettles is on the limp Nettles and six other Lions, including both quarterbacks, are injured but expected to join the quest for a win that would move British Columbia back into a tie for third place with Calgar> Stampeders Head coach Eagle Keys ibn t sure who his quarterback will be Don Moorhead show- ing signs of finally providing the club with consistency at the position was to be ex- amined for a partlv separted shoulder Keys says it hurts Moorhead to throw hard although he has been throwing since Thur sdav Backup quarterback Karl Douglas meanwhile pulled a hamstring muscle in a weekend workout but will probably be ready, particular- ly if Moorhead is unable to start Also injured but expected to plav are three other members of the defence Carl Weathers. Pete Palmer and Matherne Carpet Dirty? PHONE mr. steam Carpet Cleaning Ltd. In Conjunction With the Showing of Our Beautiful New 1974 Models The Lethbridge 1873 Gun Crew Portrayal of the N.W.M.P. Gun Crew in Action will be on hand to help us Celebrate our Showing. See them drill under a powerful searchlight. The RCMP are Celebrating their 100th Anniversary this year. TIMES 8 P.M. THURS., SEPT. 20th 8P.M. FRI., SEPT. 21st 3 P.M. SAT., SEPT. 22nd See too display of replicas of NWMP guns, Sabres, and uniforms. Make this your invitation to be on hand Coffee and Sandwiches will be served. BENY CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE 2nd Avenue and 8th Street S. Phone 328-1101 ;