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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta RACE SELECTIONS By Willie Ketchum TUESDAY'S SELECTIONS RACE Claiming for three-year-olds end upward SEVEN FURLONGS 114 speed enough ID steal It 114 The one ID beet 119 Could lake II all.......... 112 Won't be for back 122 Chance desptie weight Would be an upset ill Hard to recommend..... 114 Improvement required SECOND RACE Claiming for Uiree- and four-year-old maidens FIVE FUHLONGS PATTY'S CENTENNIAL, No Boy 117 Easy winner off debut PIXIE BELLE, Perry..... MYSTIC HEIGHTS, Hunt ARTHUR D, D. Wiseman CANADIAN HOPE, McCauiey SCAT'S BROTHER, Jewell EL FIL15TEO, Shields BOMB AGAIN, Barll HERY DOLL, Rycroft MISS TALLY, McCauiey....... 114 Figures highly here MISS TRIP, Walson.......... 117 Showed speed In opener WESTERN LEADER, MacDonald 117 Figures highly loday PARDNER'S LAD, No Boy 117 Inside posl help] FOXY SAITO, culhbertsoi 117 A Longshot today APPLE DA5H, Baril 11! Would be an UDSot THIRD HACE Claiming lor lonr-ycar-olds nnd upward FIVE FURLONGS NOVATATE, Shlcldi 122 Should win In B breeze HEIRATIDN, BarJI Ill Danger despite post TESTIFY, D. Wiseman 122 Always runs well here MALABAR1STA, AAcCauley 119 Good third In ooener LLOYD'S IMAGE, Rvcrolt 132 Speed on I he rail SON 0 IRELAND, Willis 122 Fair oulslde chance AMBER DAY, Perry 119 Not of recent races PARKHALL LILA, Jewell 116 Striclly a lonqshot FOURTH HACE Allowance for two-year-old maidens FIVE FURLONGS 114 Can handle these 117 The only Ihrenl 122 Good (or show money 119 Can show Improvemen1 112 Improvement required I'M Had 1o recommend 117 Will walcl. one 117 A longshot today BARB'S LUCK, MeCauley STREET LAW, Haynes CANADIAN BREEZE, Walson WESTERN ECHO, Hunl COLOUR ME LUCKY, Bonne LISA'S ORB, Rycroir HANDSOMF ARCHES, Shields PADDY O WAR, Jewell FIFTH RACE Claiming lor four-year-olds nnd npivard 1 MILES oy 131 Should catch up loday Ill Jccketle's tough here 114 capable or upselllng 117 Could relurn lo 117 Best would ue needed 119 Fair Reglna races An unknown quantify 119 Price win be right MAINLY CLOUDY, Rvcroll HANDSOME Lf.DY, Suilor HANDSOME HERO, Baril PRAIRIE BI.UF. Shiflds CITATIUS, L. Wiseman PROUD CRUSADER, No ROCK N WINE, Simpson FLASH ATTACK, Haynes SIXTH RACE Claiming for four-year-olds and npwnrd SEVEN FURLONGS 151 Edge In a tough race IIP The one fo beat 112 Usually finishes close 117 Will be closing ground 116 Excellent recent races 133 Hard to recommend 11.1 Has lalled ofl, slightly 117 Slrldly a longshot FULL COUNT, Rycroft (T5FORQEM, McCeuley BLESSED HOUR, Hunt DEFEND US, Baril ACAPULCO GOLD, Shields KING OF RULERS, Haynes GO GO GLEN, Walson TIZZA PUFF, Perry...... SEVENTH RACE S2.500-S3.000 Claiming for three-year-olds 1 MILES CRESCENT STYLE, Haynei 1H Should lead throughout HEIR OF HOPE, Walson 114 Tab for in upset CHARLIE 0., Hunl 112 Ignore last; a Inrent EXPANDING, L. Wiseman 122 Rales a fair chance LORD HAIRY, Rycrofl 112 Beat easier horses DAINTY HOPE, Barll 109 Chances illm EIGHTH RACE Claiming for fonr-year-olds and upward SEVEN FURLONGS on today HAYDN'5 BELLE, McCauiey SICKLE'S QUEEN, Shields MIGHTY WILLING, Haynei HOME JAMES, RycroFI GOODIE BEAR, Barl COLLEGE COUNT, Suilor PETE'S GLORY, WatSon ESPIRIT DE SPEED, Bourse IK Can han 11! Figures lo be close Ill Solid threat today 115 Will be charglnfl hard 1U Chance at a prlci 117 Likes this race track 119 Would be an upset 115 A longshot today SUBSTITUTE RACE Claiming for four-year-olds anrl up SEVEN FURLONGS SMOULDERING EMBERS, Shields 11? Sllghl edge lodey BUM MONEY, Rycrofl ......117 Very gangerous today SPEEDY SON, Jewell ..........113 Could take It all LILITA'S HOPE, McCauiey 116 Have a care.................... CONNIE'S RETURN, Simpson 113 Would be an upsef................. TAKE A BOW, Baril............114 A longshot today...............' MIKADO R., Hunt.............llfi Would pay a good prico............ POST TIME 2 P.M. Qiiiia enters hockey event PRAGUE (AP) Communist China is scheduled to partici- pate for the first time next spring in the world hockey championships, an official of the International Ice Hockey Feder- ation said Saturday. Miroslav Subert of Czechoslo- vakia, vice-chairman of the fed- eration, said tha Chinese had announced their intention to compete in the championships and were assigned to Group C, the lowest bracket in the com- petition. Communist China has be- longed to the ice hockey federa- tion since 1957 but has not ap- peared at world championships. The absence of the Nationalist Chinese from membership in the federation was presumed to have cleared the way for Pe- king's participation. The mainland Chinese never have participated in the Olym- pics either, their path presum- ably being barred by the fact that the Nationalist Chinese compete in the international competition. The Group C competition wiU be played in late March hi var- ious cities throughout Romania. The Group B intermediate com- petition will be staged in April in Bucharest and the Group A championship-level competition is scheduled for Prague. Orioles silence Tigers after three losses -Monday, SupUmbsr 10, 1971 THE IETHBRIDG! HERALD Sweep of two games keeps Dodgers close BigTaste TRADITION Rye Whisky Schenlcy made il full-bodied and mellow. Yel smooth. You made il our lastost growing Canadian Rye Whisky. By ASSOCIATED PRESS Al Downing's three-hitler In a 12-0 romp by Los Angeles Dodg crs aver Atlanta Braves was a tougli act to follow, but Don Hut ton did it with case. Sutlon came up with a six-hit tcr that beat the Braves 4-0 In the second game of the doublf header and kept the pressure on San Francisco Giants in the Na- tional League West. The Dodgers' firs twin-bill blanking in nearly three but wiped oul Atlanta's hopes of catching the California clubs. The two triumphs, couplet iUi San Francisco's 4-1 victory over Sail Diego Padres, snappec hall a game off the Giants' lead, putting them just IV. games ahead of the Dodgers The Braves, who trailed by s massive 12% games just two weeks ago before closing within of the top, wound up seven 5 off Ihe pace after the double drubbing. other National League games, New York Mets downed Pittsburgh Pirates 5-2, St. Louis Cardinals slammed Montreal Expos 11-0, Chicago Cubs beat Philadelphia Phillies 6-3 and Houston Astros defeated Cincin- nati Beds 5-4 in 11 innings. In Saturday's games, Pitts- burgh shutout the Mets 4-0, Montreal beat St. Louis 4-2, Cin- cinnati edged Houston 3-2, Phil' adelphia beat the Cubs 3-2, San Diego nipped the Giants 2-1 and Atlanta dumped the Dodgers 9- A DIFFERENCE "If we'd had anything less than a Sulton said, "it would have really put the pres- sure on us. By being one-and-a- baclc, we can catch the Jianls in a day or two. Any- hing more would have really iccn lough." Downing has been Ihe Dodg- ers' biggest surprise of the sea- son. The victory was his 19th of he naturally, everyone asked how he felt about joining the 20-win club. "Winning 20 means a lot, he replied, "but winning he pennant means a lot more. But if I do get 20 it means an- other win for the club, so in that espect I guess it does mean a ot." "We had our backs against he wall, so we had to come he commented. Willie Davis drilled two sin- gles, a double and a home run, driving in three runs that napped Los Angeles out of a our-game. tailspin, 'We're not lying down at all." The Dodgers came through verwhelmingly, unleashing a 9-hft' attack, then- biggest out- lut of the season. CRAWFORD HOT ON BASES They collected 10 hi the sec- ond game, including a homer by Duke Sims, but It was Willie Crawford's daring baserunning that really thrilled Ihe Dodgers fans. With two out in the second in- ning, he stole home after dou- bling and moving to third on Jim Lefebvre's run-scoring grounder. Then, after singling with two away in the sixth, Le- febvre singled to right and Crawford stunned the Braves by steaming home all the way from First. Los Angeles will finish its sea- son at home while the Giants play their remaining nine games on the San Francisco manager Charlie Fox said that doesn't mean a thing. "They're all tough he. said. "I don't think anyone has an advantage. No game if going to be easy. This one sure wasn't." The Giants won it on Hal Lan- ier's high-iiopping bounder that soared over charging second baseman Don Mason for a two- run single in the second inning, wiping out a 1-0 Padres lead provided by Ollie Brown's first- inning single. Baltimore Orioles ended a three-game losing streak Sim- day by lashing out with 18 hits for eight runs as they defeated Detroit Tigers 8-1. If the Orioles hod lost their fourth in a row, their American League East Division lead over the Tigers would have been four games. Now it is six. In other Sunday American League action, Oakland Athlet- ics downed Milwaukee Brewers 6-2, California Angels nipped Chicago White Sox 2-0, Boston Red Sox edged Washington Sen- ators 4-3, New York Yankees shaded Cleveland Indians 3-2 and Minnesota Twins topped ivansas uty 6-3 before the Kuv-als gained a point by beat Boston 6-1 and Oaklfffid defeated Milwaukee ning In Saturday's benefits from the dumped California 5-1, hitting attack of the York blanked the Indians which snapped the Kansas City edged Minnesota winning 2, Detroit nipped Tialtimore to Mike Cuellar, 19-9, Photos required in live races Second feature By PAT July during the Herald Sports Photo finishes and Sandy Shields, Rycroft made Saturday Wind Gal, forced the esting for some bettors in the eighth race and Whoop-Up for the result? of a Saturday could be termed conceding victory to day of the pholo as no less and his h five photo finishes occured and Alvin nine races. The cameraman double winners have had an excess of film the afternoon crowd he took pictures of the finish the Iirst three races and the sixth and eighth as well. The eighth turned out picks up for jockey Rycroft as he won his second straight feature race during the Fall Race Meet, Rycroft, who has come lo like the track at Exhibition Laf Friday opened the nine-day meet with a victory aboard Gay Stitch. Saturday it was his turn to take Whirlgale to the front and keep her there. A 14-1 longshot, Whirlagale, with Rycroft's guidance, won the Medicine Hat Exhibition and Stampede Handicap in near-record time. Owned by Joe Flnlay of Shelby, Mont, and trained by Ken BuxLon, the eight-year-old horse covered the seven furlongs in one minute 24 3-5 seconds THE CANADIAN PRESS Montreal rookie Guy Lafleur shows every sign of stepping into the gap left by Canadien centre Jean Beliveau who retired from the National Hockey League club this summer. Lafleur, M o n t r e a 1 's first choice in the amateur draft, picked up three assists Saturday as the defending Stanley Cup champions dumped the slar-studded Boston Eruins 7-4 in an NHL exhibition game in aflei after All Orr assis Ken Wayi FT self unde a thi two-fifths of a second off the mark set by Shootalong other Saturday games, Detroit Red Wings blanked Blues 2-0 at Port Philadelphia Flyers Speedy Son (Jewell) 3.BO 2.90, 3erngale (D. Wiseman) 600 3 BO, at St. Catherines, ol Belle (Watson) Toronto Maple Leafs Time: 2-5 Chamfleld, U Hope, call Me North Stars ended 3roud Crusader. Flamble also 4-4 deadlock at 4-year-olds and up, 5 furlongs Sun Array (Barll) 7.70 3.70 Sunday's action, Kha 's. Charm (McCculey) 3.70 out St. Louis 3-0 at Classic Nora (D. Wiseman) 5.20. Time: Buffalo overpowered Mellowdale, Gale North, Rcgnl Golden Seals 6-2 in In un Mickey, Turks Classic also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: Ont., Toronto nipped 3-1 in Winnipeg, SI, 000 claiming, 3-year-olds and Penguins edged Dreamin Demon (McCauiey) Hangers 31 in 5.30 Mikado R (Jewell) 4.60 3.10, Mystic Heights (Hunt) and Los Angeles Time: Vancouver Canucks Greek Muskalwr, Swan Babe, Ei FJIJsJeo, Sally Princess, Wee Tosco also a 4-4 draw in Medicine Hat. Lafleur sent the fans powe QUINELLA: Forum into a o Fourth f ,000 claiming, 3-year-oldi and he won the opening 7 from Boston's Phil Gala Pnlh (Hunrj 10.00 3.10 4.20, Board Lane (Watson) 3.BQ 3.00, set an NHL record Queen (Jewell) last season with 76 64 Time: 2-5 Foolish Discretion, Cnnedlan 76 Custom Cab, Flash Champ also UP Fifth claiming, 4-yenrxiidi and seconds later, 1 1-li who scored more than Prairie Blue (Shields) 3.70 3.40 3.00, Hot Flight (McCauiey) 3.10 2.80, last season with some Nero (Barll} of the Quebec Fighting' Appeal, Rock N Wind, League, slid a pass Memory, Ten Rooue, Dean's Mahovlich, who also ran. EXACTOR: i first of his two was a bit nervous top claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 start of the h Delend Us (Culhbertson) 13.70 "but it didn't take 3.50, College Count (Suitor) 5.20 3.30, B I 's Chop Chop (Rycroft) to get some Time; 2-5 Mister Rldeabout, Tlzza Brother, also assisted on a pair of goals by Yvan Cournoyer, to Bx line-male. Peter claiming, 4-year-olds end up, 1 MrS Marc Tardif and B essed Hour (McCauiey) 5.30 4.oo 3.00, Krlsket (Shields) 3.50 2.80, Go scored the other le Time: 1-5 Bum Money, Another Indian, A' ey, also ran. Track Scratch: Lady'i PLAZA MAYOR Whlrlagalc (Rycrofl) 31.70 9.60 West Wind Gal (Shields) 3.80 3.00, 1 e Gypsy (Hunt) 2.70. Tme: }1i a Dark Stars Girl, Court Lent, Moon, Short Steam also i of claiming, 4-year-olds and years experience and Big Bambl (Rycroft) 5.60 3.30 In fhe Hudson Valley (Hunt) 3.70 3.20, Class (Shields) 2.90. Time: In and