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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE ItTHBRlDGB HSRAIO TiKudny, 19, 19TJ Races open Friday _ owns By TAT SULMVAN IlcraU Sporls Writer They're and running again Friday at Whoop-Up Downs and indications are Ihe 1972 Fnll Face Meet will bo the biggest in the 12-year history of thor- oughbred racing In Lethbridge. got horses from all over coining in for Lhc inert" said Aiuly Andrews, manager of the Ix'ililiridge Exhibition. Tills will be the second fall res CALGARY (CP) Viclcrla Par race resulls Monday: FIRST clawing, 2-year-clrfs, 7 fu lonG.3 CharleswcrlriY 5.EO 4.10 270; Rucv 9.15 5.00. Chariot TrTr. I EO. Timn: 1 5. AnQ'e Sue, Ro ected Romance. Jus Af'air, Drir.K II Up. Mini ah SECOND claiming., 7 Ula'cl; Flak (Phelnn) 2-! 50 10.00 5.10 GreeK Touch (McCauley) 13.3'J 7.00 Summer In Rome (Rasmujsenj 330. Time: 1 Barry 1, Many Returns. Sparigl D'Amour, Tiny TrKs, Color Me also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: 192.20. THIRD ST.SM, claiming, IVi nd u Flying Likening (Shields) 9.73 3. 3.JO; Lady's Trip (Wiseman) 6.6D 3.2 My Rose Ann (McCaulsy) 3.40, Time: 1-5. BilliE cheri Nignt Shins, Leg Term, Reserved Seal, Gay circle al QUINELLA: SH.ID FOURTH i2.aoo, claiming, olds and u 7 furlongs. Hopl Joe (Rycrofl) 18.70 4.90; G lant Thicl (HamilO 4.70 3.60; Ta Boy (Hasmussen) 3.50. Time: 4-5. Miss Stuart, TIS Foolery, Beauty, Rushing Girl, Jr. Orbil a ran. FIFTH claiming, miles. Lustrous Sun (Sanchez) 3.60 2.20; Messenger Lad (Hedge) 5.90 3.30; Blala Ol (Haynes) 360. Time: 35. Flintslone, Prince Of Northlands, Chinos Haydn, Hula Man, Sir E-ella also ran. EXACTORi t23.60_ SIXTH dalmlno, 4-year-L-lds and up, I'.i miles. (Morris) 14.H 7.W i EO; Royal Tan WhonnocK Willie (Wiseman) Tims: Horcfule, Brass Warrior, palaocuf Desllny'J Favour, Money Charger also ran. SEVENTH allowance, 3-year-olds, miles. session (Sladnyk) 20.40 6.90 370; Already Fntr Eye (Hedge) 4.50 3.M; Comptior (Rasmussen) 4.50, Time: 25. Scotry Baha Marimba, Kind- ly Farmer, Regal Point also ran. EIGHTH S1.500 claiming, 4-year-flldj and up, 1 furlongs. Lady (Hfdge) 15.40 840 CumloofB (Kipling) fl.SO 420; Curra Tip (Rasmussen) 4.30. Time: meet for the Exhibition people They took over from the West ern Canada Racing Association for last year's event and have slaved the Whoop-Up Days show as well. Commencing Friday at tw o'clock there will be 12 days o racing that will stretch unl Oct. 9, Thanksgiving Day. "Tliis could be our bigges show added Andrews he horse bams should l> tlging by Thursday." Horses are expected Iro: irious parts of Alberla, Sa alchewan, Montana, the Da otas, Washington and Idah his year's show brings toget r three associations for tl rsl lime.. Lethbridge, alter severing r ations with the WCRA joint? he Rocky Mounlain Racing A ociation. These Iwo logeth ilh the Saskatchewan, Man oba Racing Association wi Ihe thrills for (he ra ng public. With the meet stretching Oct. 9 there will not be aees on either Tuesday or Hie ast Thursday. There will, how- ever, be Ml cards, which could neon nine races, on three Sat- irdays and Ihe Thanksgiving Monday. Eight races are ex- pected, daily with the exception of the Saturday's and Jlonday. Two Ihe highlights of the Fall Race Meet this year are unique to Lethbridge and pos sibly western Canada. An education Day is planned for this Sunday commencing at two o'clock at the track. Offi- cials of Ihe racing associalior as well as RCMP officials wit jonduct the classes which are intended lo help Ihe public fully understand the procedure of a race meet, how to handicap a horse and various other bits of information concerning the parl- mutuel handle. The public is Inviled to the education day and it is hoped a good turnout will be on hand. "These sessions are intended for the average bettor who doesn't follow the horses that Lions' streak remains WINNING RUN New York Mels' Rusty Stoub is ing For the lag is, Pillshurgli's Manny Sanguillen. Bud llarr- (AP Wirephoto) home safe Monday In the ninth inning lo score Ihe win- elson of the Mels looks on. ning run as the Mets edged Pittsburgh Pirates 1-0. Try- Orioles take first game of must series ivhipped Dy LLOYD YAMAGISHI Herald Sporls Writer Tlie defending champion "sk- mos are having a lough lime citing on the right (rack in the 972 Lethbririge Minor Football _ue as they suffered leir second straight loss Mon- ay night. Some 700 fans gathered at (lie Henderson ball park Monday light and watched the Bombers asily handle the Eskimos 18-0. Earl Ingarficld opened the coring in the first quarter, completing a 70-yard pass-Tiiid- un play wilh quarterback Paul iyrne. Andrew Lipinski made it 12-0 n favor of the Bombers scor- ng a second quarter touch- down. After a scoreless third quar- er, the Bombers finished off he Eskimos with Byrne regis- tering the major score. Meanwhile in the second en- counter of the evening, tho Lions racked up a 13-0 lead by half-time and salvaged fl 13-12 victory over the St. Mary's In dians. Trevor Kesler gave the Lion a G-0 first quarter margin whil Gary Malhoney added anolhc in the second, after gallopinj 30 yards on an interception. Jerry Areshenko's convert al tempt was successful and gav the Lions the winning point. closely but would like to know more about said one local official. On Monday, Thanksgiving Miss Salloi Terraro, Some Affair, Hungryhawk also QUINELLAz 115.33 Day, a special breakfast will be staged at the track at a price of 55 per person. A number of racing officials, including Mor- ris Taylor of the WCRA, will be on hand at the breakfast. The idea of the breakfast is to let the betting public meet the people who are responsible lor putting on the race meet. A feature race will be held each day of tlie meet including tha Marion Williams Memorial Handicap Saturday, Oct. 7. The race Is held In honor of the late Mrs, Williams, wife of Lee Williams former president of the WCRA. The race carries the biggesl purse of the meet for the winner. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Baltimore's defending Ameri- can League champions joum- neyed to Boston for the start of a must series against the Red Sox Monday night and Brooks Robinson gave them Ihe Jump, drilling three hits to pace a 5-2 Oriole victory. It was a typical performance lor the Orioles' old pro third baseman, who's always at his best in the clutch ball games. Robinson had two singles and a double, scoring two runs and driving in another lor tlie Ori- oles, now one game back of idle Detroit Tigers in the East. Boston is in second place, one- half game behind, while New York Yankees remained fourth, Vk games off (he pace. In Monday's other games, all In the National League, Cincin- nati Reds inched closer lo Ihc West crown by topping San Francisco Gianls Z-0, New York Mets edged Pittsburgh Pirates 1-0 and Las Angeles Dodgers edged San Diego Padres 3-2 in 10 innings. PETERBOROUGH, Out., Ali expects 12 rounds of boxing NEW YORK (AP) Floyd Patterson rested Monday and hoped Muhammad Ali was a liig favorite for their fight Wednesday night, while All con- tinued to train and said he "ex- pected the light to go all Ihe Poor losers? STOCKHOLM (AP) The myth about the superiority of the Canadian hockey players is crushed and the best hockey in the world is played in Europe, Swedish newspapers said Mon- day after two games between Sweden and Team Canada here. Canada won the first 4-1 and the second was lied 4-J. "In Ihe moment of tmth some of the best paid athletes of the world stand without other assets than a brilliant goalie, Ed Nic As- lund of the tablai6 Aflonbladet said of the Canadian players. "The best ice hockey Is playsd in Europe and that will he more evident than ever afler Team Canada's four games against the Soviet Union and then against the reigning world champions of Czechoslovakia, "European ice hockey has de- veloped since the Canadian heydays during the 1950s, flnrt Meanwhile In Halifax Team Canada is fioing to "run mlo real trouble fioing to in Russia" (CP) A play devised in the dressing room at the end of the second period was instrumental in Peterborough's PCO's 15-11 victory over Richmond Iload Runners in the Canadian Junior A lacrosse championship liere Monday. The win gave PCOs a 3-0 stranglehold over the British Columbia team in the bcst-of- seven series for the Minto Cup. The fourth game will be played here Wednesday. Peterborough's third line used the play lo. blitz Boat] Runners for four goals in B one minute span in the third period. way." Patterson, who ended his That span defla lated the Richmond Canadian stalled. hockey has "Today, tlie Canadians have nothing else to do than to bljime the referees, which the Canadian .sporls writers here did .Sunday with emphasis and arrogance." Expressen's sports chief Ber- til Jansson summarized Ihe games: "The Ijatlle with Canada is over. It left blcKxyilained ice be hind. "That is one side of the Cana- dians. Tr.ey lose all style and sense when a defeat is threat- ening. Simply had losers." Lhe refereeing experienced in Sweden continues, Al MacNeil, coach of Montreal Canadians in 1970-71, predicted Monday. "They were having trouble with Ihc refereeing in Sweden, bu: they are going to have it just as bad in Mac- Neil told a service club. MacNeil, who led the Cana- diens to Ihe National Hockey League's Stanley Cup, is here wilh the Canadtens and his Nova Scotia Voyageurs of the American Hockey league at a training camp. Although Canada was getting "quite a lesson" in the current Canada-Russia series, "the slt- lalion has not gone so far that we cannot correct he sairl. Up lo three years ago, he said, a Hu-ssian leam could have been "handled" by any N1IL club. But physical condi- tioning was a telling factor in the current series. Asked whether a leam such as Boston Bruins could have made a better showing, Mac- Neil said he couldn't agree. "I'd ralher have 20 all-star players anytime to play this game, once you had time to work with them. "Dut the trouble with Team Canada wnr, that they picked 35 players. That's fine when you arc winning. As long as you have players doing the job for you nn tho ice, the others are not io be playing loo much. training Saturday for the sched- uled 12-round fight between the two former heavyweight cham- pions at Madison Square Gar- den, said: "I hope Clay (All) Is a lO-lo-l favorite. The bigger underdog I am the better chance I have lo win. The bigger favorite he is, the more confidence he has, and the more confidence he has the more overconfident he will gel." Ali was such a favorite lhat there was no betting line on the fight. Meanwhile, Ali continued working out at a championship pace at his camp at Deer Lake, Pa. He sparred a total ol 19 rounds Saturday, Sunday and Monday. "I'm not making any pre- diction but I expect lire fight to PD all Ihe said AH. ALI HEAVIER All weighed 210 pounds Mon- day and expected to go inlo Ihe light at 217. Patterson could weigh as low as 190, "The weight doesn't mailer, I'm a full-Hedged heavy- said Patterson. Ali weighed 21014 when he slopped Patterson in 12 rounds at Las Vegas, fCev., Nov. 22, 15C5. Patterson weighed The 37-year-old Patterson will take a nine-fight winning streak iulc Ihe ring against Ali, who has won six slraighl. leam, which jumped to a quick 3-0 lead early in the game and led 3-1 al the end of the first period. It was 9-r> for PCOs at the end of Iwo before the third- period blilz. The plan hinged on Randy Bryan getting the faccoff lo Steve PKmkctt and then for Plunkelt to direct a long pass to either Mark Vitarelli or Jim Johnston in the Richmond zone "It worked well against Hich Bryan understated 'They expected us lo put Hit ball back inlo our to se up a play and they were cuugh sleeping." Johnston scored twice am Vilarclli and PlunkoU one each during the outburst. The onslaught early In the hircl period made the score 14- and to all intents and pur- XISLS the game was over. Peterborough outshot Rich' mond 61-39 wilh a 21-11 edge in he first period and 25-16 in the bird. Spurred by Bryan, Ihe PCOs ilso led the laceoffs 33-13. "We played our slyle of game !or the firsl time in the 'CDs coach Ben Floyd said, al hough he added: "I was n ittle worried nt our 3-0 dcfi cit." Other coaclms should hav Floyd's problems. Peterborough has bad a hahi of starting slowly in Ihe firs period, always coming back i the second and lliircl to wi handily. During the regula season, the PCOs were und( fealed In 28 games. Goal scorers fo Peterborough were Jnhnslo with four, Bob Wasson wit three, John Grant wilh a pai and Magce, Gord Floyd, Vita relli, Plunkett, Bryan, nnd Tc Floyd wilh one each. Brian Tasker, Tico Bellus and Ron Pindcr each score twice for Road Runners. Bo Tasker, Gerry Pindcr, Dm May, Bill Mosdcll End Wa Weaver scored once each Ihe losers. Mike Bruised Head tallied i ouchdown for the Indians la ic second quarter lo nullify Talhoney's six points. On Ihe last play o( Ihe llilrd uarter, Bruised Head moved Indians deep into the Llona: one as be scooled 00 yards be- ore he was stopped. On Ihe first play of Ihc final juarler, Andrew Rabbit busied nis way inlo the end zone to make the score 13-12. The Indians had H good ihance lo even, the score wilh idle more than two minutes re- maining in Uic game, but pen- allies proved to bo costly. The Indians Iried lo tie tho score by registering n single point on a rouge, but tailed liree times. They had their first chance to punl the ball inlo the Lions' ind zone from five yards out, uut TI penalty pushed them back to the 10. Their second try was also uilless as they committed an- other foul which left them on Lhe 20-yard line. Their final attempt was unsuc- cessful as they walchcd Ihe ball pop straight up inlo Ihc uir. Action will resume Wednes- day night with Ihe Stampeders facing Ihe Bombers at Gi30 p.m. and the Indians meeting tha Eskimos at eight o'clock. Both games are set for Hie Henderson ball park. Cincinnati's victory reduced e Reds' magic number to five lile the Pirates' fourth raight loss left their East inching number al three. "We're just in a, position :ierc we can't said Rob- son. "You've got lo fight like ere's no tomorrow." Baltimore manager Earl caver was less lliaii jubilant espite the victory. "We still got lo come out and ay tomorrow night. We only it (Marty) Pattin and Luis riant) to face." Jolmny Bench gave San rancisco a taste of versatility s the Reds shut out Iho Gi- nls. First, the Cincinnati slugger rashed his 31th home run of he year lor the first run ol the ame in the fourth inning. Then, two innings later, Jench shifted lo his short ball fience, dumping a perfect nucezc bunt down Ihe Ihird iase line lo score Joe Morgan with the other run. Jim McGlothlin surrendered light hits in the first five in- ungs but his shutout was pre- served by outfielders Cesar Jeronimo and Pete Rose who both IhTew out Giant runners on the hasepaths. The Mets got five-hit pllching from rookie John Matlack lo Pillsburgh. The game's only run came In the ninth inning on a single by Duffy Dyer. 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