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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDGC HERALD Saturday, Soplombor 19, 1970---------------------------------------------- Manager Selke Pleased With Seals' Performance Ily TIIU CANADIAN' 1'IIKSS "It wasn't super said Fi-aul; Sclkc Jr., general manager o[ Oakland Seals, but "from our performance lonight 1 would say we arc definitely going [o be an improved club." He was talking Friday night after Ihc Seals bombed Buffalo Sabres 6-0 in one of four Na- tional Hockey League exhibition games. In oilier games, C h i cag Black Hawks, after only Hire days at camp, took the Stanley Cup-champion Boston Bruins 5, New York Hangers trounce St. Louis Blues 5-1 and Minnc seta North Stars needed a game effort to subdue Vancoi ver Canucks 3-1 in the Canucks NHL debut. At 0 s h a w a, the Sabre showed the effect of their sec RACE By Willie Kefchum MONDAY'S SELECTPOXS FIRST RACE S500 Churning for Ihrec-ycar-ohls and upwim FIVE FUIlLONGfc VIBRANT Should havs lililc (rouble COLLEGE COUNT Gocd for the place money HIGHDORN Some good effort BLACK BURT Speed and th? rail SUDDEN SERVICE Slarls and slops lasl QUARRY POINT Bears some walching DOC'S ROMAN Some other lime CALL ME SONNV......... Can'l see this one SECO.M) RACE S500 Claiming for ihre'c, four and five year old maidens FIVE FURLONGS NENA'S PET Has found the spot1 HAPPY'S HOBO Can be the runnerup TRAVEL TALK Figures lo be HANDSOME CHAMP Has fa be considered JIMINY JIM Oulslde posslbillly SWIFT HEART Will wait (or this one MIKADO R Will te a price COUNT SHOW Outside posl hurts chances TJ1LRD RACE 5500 Claiming for three-year olds SEVEN FURLONGS SPEEDY SON By ilie slightest- of margins...... 1 WINNING SKIP The one lo beat HElRATION Has good early speed LOLITA'S HOPE.................... Capable of all GAY STITCH Would be a mild surprise.......... U HOPE Best needed loday i MARIA'S GAL Nol In here FOURTH RACE 5500 Claiming for Ihrce-ycar-olds and upward ONE MILE AND ONE SIXTEENTH Looks best of these B Fiaures highly In here Should be "close In here Chence for a share ......___, Would be an upset Might be Ihe sleeper Nol today ._______ .._ Can bellcr this rating FIFTH RACE S500 Claiming for Ihrcc-year-old maidens SEVEN FURLONGS TUDOR CHANT Seems well placed to score t GRANDE BADGE Completes the exaclor I DEAR DEER......................... Some good races 1 QUIET RIDE i Chance for a share f, SO PERFECT Look out for this one t TIMID TAMMY" Has lo ba considered 3 GOVERNOR GEORGE Some .olher time i. EXPENSE CHEQUE Unable lo recommend 1 SIXTH RACE S500 Medicine Hat Purse for three-year-olds and upward SEVEN FURLONGS WEE CELTIC Should beal this kind 1 SABRIO Excellent Saskalchewan form ___ 3 GO GO GLEN VIon'I be far back 1 PLEASANT HOUR Capable sort SETAY SOO Will have lo be running 7 HAYDEN'S BELLE Has surprised before B KATHY'S MISS...................... Not in hera 4 BIGGER GRANT Not toddy 5 SEVENTH RACE S500 Claiming for tlirnc-ycw-olds and np- LAND BEYOND RIDGEVIEW HOPE POYAL KIMBQ CAMEL PAT DEAN'S DELIGHT PILOTS COUNT HANDSOME LADY MISS 'STAMPEDER w aril STARSNIP DOONBEG IONA HAWK FRIENDLY LAD PANCAKE'S SIS POUR YOUR OWN ESPALIER'S SON FAMOUS TERRY SEVEN FURLONGS Runs well on this courso 7 Will have to be caught 1 Last race a good one 5 Best would be Threat 6 Could go well In here Could go well In Would be a surprise Can't see Ihls one Isn't very famous BEST BET: Starsnip LONGSHOT: Royal Kimbo POST TIME: 2 P.M. 2 oml game in as many nights and were no match for the Seals. Carol Vadnais caught Bulfalo flat-footed in the first and scored while the Sabres were in Ihe process of changing lines. Norm Ferguson with two. Gerry Khman, Joe Haro'y and Gary Croteau completed the rout. SCORES WINNEIl Rookie Larry Homanchyk scored the Chicago winner at London, Ont. early in Lhe third period. Cliff Koroll added the in- surance marker with 17 seconds remaining and Boston goalie Ed Johnston out of the net in favor of a sixth attacker. Bobby Hull, Dennis Hull. Chieo Maki, Pit Martin and Doug Jarrett tallied the earlier Black Hawk goals. Bobby Orr, with two, Phil Esposito, Ed Westfall and Reg Leach scored for the Bruins. Daniel Bouchard started in uial for the defending champi- ons but gave way to the veteran Johnson after Chicago had scored four first-period goals. Syl Apps Jr., son of Hockey rfall-of-Famer Syl Apps, former Toronto Maple Leaf great now a member of the Ontario legisla- urc, and veteran Dave Balon jach scored twice in the New lrork victory. Jack Egers added the other I a n g e r goal before Larry Keenan broke goalie Ed Gia- comin's bid for a shutout. The Rangers played their sec- ind game of the exhibition ichedule without the services of our frontline rkaczuk, Jean Ratelle, Vic Had- ield and Brad Park. The four were suspended by eneral manager Einile Francis or refusing to play in exhibition ames before I hey had negoti- tert new contracts. 'ALK MONDAY Steven Arnold of Pro Sports ic., New York, said in New fork Friday night the four play- rs will hold a news conference Toronto Monday to "discuss mportant developments in their egotiations." Vancouver Canucks, newcom- A HIGH PAYING COMBINATION Ridgeview Hope (2) with jockey Gene Giesbrecht riding, and Handsome Lady ridden by Del Rycroft fin- ished one, two in Ihe fifih race Frday ond the combination of Ihe two longshots paid on exaclor of Friday nine-day Lethbridge Race Meet. marked Ihe opening of Hie First Day Over SNOWMOBILE SERVICE DEPOT Service of All Makes of Snowmobiles 232 12 St. C. North Phone 328-8224 or 327-3244 C.F.L. FOOTBALl NEXT WEEK ON CFCN-tv CHANNEL 13 SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER Noon to p.m. EDMONTON at WINNIPEG WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER to p.m. HAMILTON at BRITISH COLUMBIA VIEW THESE GAMES ON THE ESTABLISHED TREND-SETTER ONtY rs to the NHL this year along ith Buffalo, held Minnesota 'ortli Stars 1-1 until the lark of ths third period when ill Goldsworthy scored the inner and Marshall Johnston, ormerly vith Canada's national am, adding the insurance larker about a minute later. Len Limde gave the Canucks 1-0 lead in the first period ndl Joe Johnston got the equal- :er for Minnesota at Edmonton. Philadelphia Flyers had their rst full-scale game at Quebec ity and centre Jim Johnson and ringer Bill Sutherland scored vo each in the Flyers' 74 vic- ry over Quebec Aces, their merican League farm club. Simon Nolet, Andre Lacroix and Lew Morrison completed the Flyers' scoring while Bill Clement, with two, Keith Wright and Dick Sarazzin replied for Quebec. Exactor Pays As Race Meet Opens By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Writer The oohs and ahs were lou and long as the payoff for Fr day's exactor was posted o the tola board at Whoop-U Downs. Generals Hold First Workout The M and K Generals of the City Recreation Hockey League will hold their first workout Sunday. Manager Al Baird has called a session for the Adams Ice Centre at eight o'clock Sunday evening. All interested persons are in- vited to attend the practice. Friday marked the openin of the nine-day Lethbridge Fa Race Meet and with it cam what all bettors look for at til race track, a big payoff. While the crowds didn't reac expectations the entertainmen was there for those who cam to bet. In the fifth race Frida Ridgeview Hope and Handsom Lady combined to bring th crowd to its feet as they romp ed home one, two and paii Ridgeview H ope, ridden bj Gsne Geisbrecht, went out odds of 17-1 while his counter part, Handsome Lady, was an 11-1 shot. Del Rycroft rode Handsome Lady. The winne paid ?36.90 on the nose, 520.1 to place and ?7.50 to show Handsome Lady paid for a place ticket while a show-bei returned Ridgeview Hope's time was just off the track record of The feature race Friday af ternoon was the sixth race in which Momentarily, another longshot, was guided home More Sport On Page 12 WRESTLING EXHIBITION PAVILION MONO AY, SEPT. 21-8.30 p.m. NORTH AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH DAVE RUHl vi SWEET DADDY SIKI MIGHTY URSUS vs BOB SWEETAN Belofonla and Pacchiano vs Cannon and Sullivan B. Chrisly Vi Babic J. Chrijfy vi ADMISSION BOX OFFICE OPENS 7 P.M, Wolch STAMPEDE WRESTLING on CJtH-TVl first, by jockey Norm Jewell. Momentarily, owned by Norm Gallelli of Calgary and trained by D. Johnson, won the Leth- bridge Inaugural Handicap for Kapp Going To Sue Football SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Pro football may soon have its counterpart lo baseball's Curt Flood case. "Joe Kapp will play football for somebody this year or Johji EUiolt Cook, lawyer for the quarterback, said Thursday night, the eve of a new National Football League season. The "or else" means a suit against the pro football estab- lishment, Cook indicated, al- though not saying it flatly. "Everyone knows what we'll do although it's the last thing in [lie world I ook said. Flood, former St. Louis Car- dinal outfielder, is baseball's reserve clause in the courts. A suit by Kapp, who led Min- nesota Vikings to the NFL title .ast year, would be aimed at what Cook calls "Rozelle's ran- some rule." Kapp, who was in San Fran- cisco Friday, is now a free agent. The Vikings have re- iised to meet his price on a new contract, reported to be 11.25 million for five years. T h e former University of lalifornia and Canadian Foot- jail League star could sign vith any other NFL club. Com- missioner Pete Rozelle would hen compensate the Vikings or the loss of Kapp by award- them players or future draft picks from the team that iigned Kapp. It's exactly like holding a ilayer for Cook says. Kapp played three years vith the Vikings under a con- ract that gave him a report- ed a year. The Vikings open the NFL Sunday against Kansas in Blooinington, Minn. his efforts. The winner, who paid 514.20 to win, withstood an inquiry by jockey Alvin Me Cauley who rode the second piece horse, Aurnoi. The in quiry was not upheld by the judges. The opening day crowd thai bet down from last year's saw yet another longshct romp home, ahead of the pack in Ihe first race as Cpuntation, with McCauley up, nipped Park Society in the firsl half of the daily double. Dwayne Wise man was aboard Some Class as it won ths second race. Combined with Countation, the double paid 61 ticket holders Some Class, the favorite, was two-tenths of a second off the track record for the three furlong sprint. His time was 34.3. A jockey change seemed to be just what the doctor order- ed in the seventh and last race of Lhe day. Kentucky Story was to be ridden by McCauley but Rycroft took over at the last moment and brought his mount home first. Fire Line, ridden by was second and the quinclla paid In the battle for top jockey honors, only McCauley was able to come up with more than one victory. Last year Mc- Cauley was the over all cham- pion as he brought home 23 winners. Racing continued this after- noon with post time at two o'clock. Monday's post lime is again two with the feature Monday being the Medicine Hat Handicap. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE Easl BO 79 Pittsburgh Chicago New York St. Louis Philadelphia Montreal Cincinnati Los Angeles San Franciscc Allanla Houston San Diego L Fcl. C-BL 49 .537 71 .527 Vh 72 .520 79 .-177 9 K .150 13 64 MQ ,625 .540 .534 .480 .480 .399 TODAY'S GAMES Chicago Holtzman 15-11 at Montreal Morton 14-10. PiMsburgh Walker 13-6 al New York Genlry 9-a. Philadelphia Wise 10-13 al SI. Louis Berlalna 1-1. Clnclnnall McGlolhlln 13-7 at Allan- la Barber 0-0. Houslon Wilson 10-5 at Los Angeles Osleen 1-13. San Francisco Perry 21 13 al San Diego 10-15. RESULTS FRIDAY Houston ODD 003-1 t Los Angeles 001 ODD 3 7 BllllnghJm U2-8) and Edwards; Vanca Mikkelsen (8) and Suda. San Francisco 100 100 000 3 San Diego 100 loo 000 0- 2 7 J Reberger (7-6) and Dlelz; Coomb 04-13) and Cannlzzaro. HR: SD-Col bert FIRST Chicago 120 063 2 5 Montreal 100 Cm 010-2 S 0 Jenkins and Hundley; Stone- lan (5-15) Marshall (9) and Bateman. HRs. Chi-Wllllams (401 MII-Falrey (31. SECOND Chicago 000 003 100 90 Montreal Ill ODD 010 1 7 Miller, -Gura (3) colborn (5) Regan lolan, Clnr, 5W 173 ,3IS Perez, Cine 553 10? 175 316 Home Runs; Bcnchl Clncl, 45; B. Williams, Chi, Jl. Runs Baited In; Bench, Clncl, Perez, Clncl 178 Pitching: Simpson, Clncl, 14-3, Gibson, StL, 22-6, .786. AMERICAN LEAGUH Baltimore New York Boston Detroit Cleveland Washington Minnesota Oakland California Kansas Cily Milwaukee) Chicago W L Pel. CBL 97 53 .617 flj 67 .556 77 73 .513 20 76 74 .507 21 73 78 .483 24'.1 70 78 ..173 26 Vest 90 60 .600 92 .527 .392 .387 53 94 .361 32 J5VJ (5-B) Weger (7) Hands [10) and Hundley; McGinn (7) Slrohi You're entitled to a hundred cents for your dollar. We try and see you get a little bst more. Like a nice healthy on Royal Trust Savings Accounts. Our Savings Accounts generate a little more muscle power lor your money. They let you save. And they let you spend. With no confu- sion, no hang-ups. You know exactly where you're at. A straight Savings Account gives you a hefty payable scmi-ann'inlly. And with n Chequing Account, you can write ail (lie cheques you v.-ani, free. Coining in or going out, we make your money go just that much further, prop in at your local Royal Trust office and let's talk about it. BJRoyalTrust Assets under adminislralion, uvcr SIO billion. Race resulb Friday from Exhibit] Park. Firil i500, claiming, 3-year-olds and u i furlongs Counts I Ion (McCauley) 13.20 5.10 6.5 Park Society (Slewarl) 3.40 3.00, Mis Counl Von (Glesbrechl) fl.20. Time. 1.02 Flrey Doll, Pluck Doo, _____ Terjn, Sorrel E, Flying Dasher als Second claiming, 3-year-olds and up, furlongs Some Class (Wiseman) 4.40 4.10 3.81 Tlnda Tea" (Rycroll) 5.30 3.00, Denve Pete (Giesbrechl) 3.20. Time: 34.3. Gdle North, Sharonila, Roman Scho Governor George, Fleet Atom DAILY DOUBLE: S3I.40. Third 4500, combination, 1 fu longs Some Line (McCaulcy) 3.70 3.10 3.10 Trader John (Giesbrcchl) 16.r" tymbdoe (Wiseman) 2.60- Tlme: 2-J Heir of Hope, Flash Champ, P 1 p e- slone Creek, Tiger Chinook also ran. Track Scratch: Red Mount Fourth S500, claiming, 3-year-olds and up, furlr Freddy Joe (Kipling) 18.60 3.91 Magic tort (Wisi in) 3.JO, Bt There John (McCauley) 2.70. Time. Satan's Fire, Tudor Eay, Val Hello, Cdcada Dawn, More Regards also ran. Fiflh S500, claiming, 3-year-olds and up, 1 1 16 miles Ridgeview Hope (Glcsbrecht) 36.90 20.10 7.50, Hindsomt Lady (Rycroft) 15.90 7.30, Tctrilass (McCautey) 3.80. Time: -1-5 Fare Union, Double Memory, Gafun, Hudson Valley also ran- Track Scratch- Dcroundcd EXACTOR: M17.10. Sixth daimlng, up, l-'a miles Worncnfarllv (Jewell) 14.JO 3.80 3.50, Aurnoi (McCnulcyl 2.70, LHMc ock (Kipling) Time: 3-5 Famous Dayboy, Magic Mink, Capi- tol Spending al.io ran. Seventh ssoo, claiming, 3-year-olds and up, 7 Kentucky Story (Rycrolt) B.30 5.80 3.60, Fire Line (Jewell) N.fiO 7.iO, Ru- ark (Kipling) 5.30, Time: Wolf'-, Goqo, Silver Dandy, Defend Iriih Colonel, Royal Traffic also ran. i O'Donoghue (2-3) (9) Marshall (10) and Baleman. HRs: Philadelphia 030 730 111- 9 13 0 II. Louis 030 003 7 12 3 Palmer, Jachson (5-15) (2) Selma :B) and McCarver; B-iles (5-7) 7) Hilgendorf (9) Cleveland (9) and ilmmons. HR. Johnson PiHsburgh ODO 000 3 11 0 New York 000 ODD 2 9 1 Blass Giusli (8) and Singuil- en; McAndrew Frisella (8) md Grole. HRs. 'agan Cincinnati 001 000 15 0 Atlanta ooo 003 B o Clonlnger fe-6) Granger (7) and Bench, Corrales Jarvls Wllhelm Slone Cardwel! (9) and Dldler, Plummer HRs. Bench Rose EAGUE LEADERS AS H Pel. Carly, All ......Jftl BJ Ii3 36-1 Clamantc, Fgh 377 64 1-12 .3iB B. Williams, Chi Hickman, Chi Sangulllen, Pgh W. Parker, LA Rose Cine Torre, SIL 592 131 193 .326 -173 94 15-1 .326 U6 57 1.15 .335 570 79 1B3 .321 M2 115 19i .370 578 B4 IBS .320 TODAYS GAMES American League California May 6-13 at Oakland Odam E-7. Kansas Cily Bunker MO el Mil- waukee Morris 7-2. Mrnnescla Hall 6-6 al Chicago John 11-15 N New York Bflhnsen 14-11 at Dclrolf Cain 12-7. Cleveland Hand 4-11 at Balllmors McNally 23-3 N. Washlnglon Hannan 9-S at Boslon Nagy 5-4. RESULTS FRIDAY California 101 000 230 Oakland 000 100 350 May K. Tafum (B) (7-4) Laroche (9) and Egan Brown Dohson (16-13) and Duncan Fernandez HR. Oak York 410 000 5 7 fl Dclroi! 000 000 030 Klimkowskl and Munson; Kil- kenny (7-6) Reed (1) McRae (4) Pal- lerson (6) Scherman (8) and- Price. HR. Kansas Cily 101 Milwaukee 100- 3 000 __ Juller (-M21 Fl'zmorris (2) Abcr- nathy (7) and Rodrlguei; -Downing (2-9) Ellsworth (7) Sanders (7) and Roof. Minnesota 302 000 5 8 T Chicago .021 000 1 9 1 Zepp (9-4) Perranoskl (7) and Mlt- lerwald; Johnson (3-6) Eddy (S) and Herrmann. HR. Cleveland oao 003 oco 3 9 T BaUlmore 200 100 4 Hargan, Higglns Lasher (2-9) (11) and Sims; Phoebus, Hardln Rlchcrt (6-2) (10) and dates. HR. Sims LEAGUE LEADERS Yslnmski, Bos .130 oliva, Minn ig2 A. Johnson, Cal 567 Aparicio, Chi ".i Smilh, Bos csse, Cleve Robinson, Bait Wunsc NY Cfller, NY inlclla, KC R H Pet. 116 171 333 ea 1" .3iB 76 130 ;317 85 169 .31S StA 10.1 170 .313 101 170 '307 -1-14 B? .305 5-1 123 .305 61 169 ,302 50 H7 .302 Home Runs: F. Howard, Wash A7-,