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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 12-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, September 20, 1973 FABULOUS LAS VEGAS 5 DAYS 4 NIGHTS ACCOMMODATION Clrcui Many Exlrai Several from Calgary Only rtn. person (double occupancy) ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The Sports LETHBRIDGE OFFICE Lower 7th Shopping Mall Albert! Phone (403) 328-7411 HOME AND OFFICE SAFES Whoop-Up Downs Selections FRIDAYS SELECTIONS FIRST RACE claiming for 4 year oldi 4 up Noble Cone..................114 BlueTwIat ...................114 Wee Totca...................118 Ryslo 119 Ta Tayette 111 Grey Cup Star 119 Majestic Eddie 122 Blue Mustango 119 best bet should be in there has to go old timer questionable danger not today no chance SECOND RACE claiming tor 3 4 4 year old FURLONOS June Rouaer..................113 Suntlme Girl .................112 La Sonata....................112 Tommy Two Bits 121 CeJa 115 Miss Wilson 117 Drink It Up 117 Show Em Blue 115 should handle these sometimes sne does could go today spots too many Ibs has shown little has shown some ability can be dangerous a chance for a piece THIRD RACE claiming (or 3 year old. up Marls Pass.................. 117 Star Snip ....................122 Boy Brush....................122 Speed s Beauty 116 Big Edge 119 Marys Fancy 111 Barbs Luck 116 has the edge today has all the class has good early foot may run good a chance for part out of condition has shown little FOURTH RACE allowance (or 2 year oldt FIVE FURLONGS ANDY CAPP THERE ISNT A HOUSE IN THE LAND WHERE vou SET A WELCOME AK1 THE LEAST RENT; Ryan sets strikeout mark Expos join group, top three beaten Marsh'a Venture..............119 Stranger Luck................112 Ned's Delight.................113 Gypsy s Freedom 115 Jay Dee Effervesce 115 Chocolate Miss 115 Acrobat Boy 118 B entry shows the class 4B should be in the pack 7B A entry has the ability 2A B entry has the class 5B hooks some good colts 6 dangerous possibility 1 has shown some good form 3 Brings total to 18 FIFTH RACE claiming for 4 year olds up McCauley wins three Joannie Pie................119 Mr. Marsh.................. 119 Queen................122 Green Port 117 Fleeting Bar 122 Allie of Remorse 122 Super Quill 119 Island Master 122 the one to beat good horse will be in there post helps could be pushing his turn watch him could be dange'ous SEVEN FURLONGS 8 5 2 SIXTH RACE claiming (or 3 year olds up Canada Rocky................121 the speed Ky Chlno.....................119 good chance Meo Class ...................116 best chance Missy Way 121 will push Joeys Arch 119 question Capital Spending 121 old timer Indigo Easter 118 sometime SEVENTH RACE claiming for 3 year olds ONE MILE a 1 3 4 2 5 6 7 SEVEN FURLONGS Grey Hope ..................114 Mr. Ted M ...............110 Chlno's Annie..............112 My Master 117 White Fleet 114 Just Affair 117 Shady Valley 117 Beau Tango 120 will look at the front will push will put up a fight not today will come if condition good needs fast trail good breeding dangerous EIGHTH RACE claiming (or 3 4 4 year old FURLONGS 6 4 2 Compelllngs Last.......121 Wild Rouser.............. 117 Majestic Rule.............. 121 Indian High 124 107 Lady Whirlago Spur Patch Nicely Does It Angie Sue 120 112 112 my choice has a chance will be trying has to run not today questionable could be will run POST TIME P.M. BEST BEST STARSN1P 3rd Race LONG SHOT WITH A CHANCE- WEE TOSCA 1st Race Jockey Alvin McCauley posted three wins at Whoop- Up Downs Wednesday to run his victory string to 18 in seven days of the fall meeting His last victory, in the featured seventh race, was aboard favored Avenue Lady, an 8-5 choice Avenue Lady toyed with the remainder of the eight-horse field to win in 59 over five furlongs She is owned and trained by Cliff Ivins of Calgary Silent Stream, ridden by Graham Niblett was a distant second About bettors bet 350 on the eight-race card, compared with 976 on the conesponding day last year McCauley won the fourth and fifth races Wednesday and now leads his two closest rivals, Barbara Suitor and Graham Niblett by nine vic- tories McCauley's victory in the fourth lost some of its glitter when an inquiry was upheld for the first time at Whoop-Up Downs during this Fall Race Meet While having nothing to do with McCauley and his mount River Hawk, the inquiry did take away from McCauley's efforts somewhat in bettors' attention Niblett, riding Gay Stitch, crossed the finish line just back of McCauley and River Hawk Fire Line, with Gary Marks up, was third It was Marks, along with Rod Haynes on Glib that laid the claim of foul against Niblett After viewing the films, the judges ruled Niblett disqualified and moved to six- th place, out of the money Racing continues today and Friday with post times set for four o'clock Saturday is the big day of the fall meet as the running of the Marion Williams Memorial Handicap will be staged as the featured seventh race Local officials have already received entries of some of the finest horses on the western Canada circuit for Saturday's race, which carries with it the largest purse of the meet 324 13th Street North NORTH LETHBRIDGE "YOUR PRO STORE FOR HARD-TO-FIND HARDWARE" Phone 328-4441 POINTS THE WAY TO GREAT SAVINGS ON THESE TIMELY PRICED ITEMS. DELUXE THROW-AWAY FURNACE AIR FILTERS Change your furnace filter now and be ready for winter Both sides are reinforced. All popular sizes in stock. 14x16x1 10x20x1 14x20x1 15x20x1 16x20x1 20x20x1 20x26x1 12x24x1 16x24x1 20x24x1 14x25x1 16x25x1 20x25x1 ALL AT ONE SPECIAL PRICE 0 Ea. PRO-GALVANIZED GARBAGE CANS Rugged construction with snug fitting lid and carrying handles. Capacity 6 gal. Pro Price-............................. PRO GARBAGE BAGS Strong sturdy bags. Complete with ties. 10-26" x 36" bags per package. Pro Prlce- 2 pkgs. 97 LEW LITTER BAGS For the Fall clean-up 5-33" x 50" bags per package PRO PRICE- 59 pkg. FIRST S600 claiming 3 year olds and up 5 furlongs Regmak (Dunham) 12 10480360 Wayward Boy (Bourne) 4 40 3 40 Wee Tosca (Wiseman) 5 90 Time 1 00 2-5 Brae O Leary Noble Cone Do Step Majestic Eddie Tedlee also ran SECOND claiming 4 year olds and up 7 furlongs Ladys Trip (Bourne) 590 400 300 Expanding (Clark) 600 380 Pitcher Bob (Watson) 3 90 Time 1 30 1-5 Swing Leader Monday Morn, Reserved Speed Little Beck Grey Cup Star also ran DAILY DOUBLE: THIRD claiming 3 and 4 year old maidens 7 furlongs Indian High (Simpson) 840 270 2 90 Sunt me Girl (McCauley) 2 60 2 40 Show Em Blue (Wiseman) 3 20 Time 1 32 4-5 Drink It Up Ce Ja Niceley Does It Son Of Lathum La Sonata also ran QUINELLA: 10. FOURTH claiming 4 year olds and up 7 furlongs River (McCauley) 6 40 3 30 290 Fire Line (Marks) 370 270 Alchard (Wiseman) 4 60 Time 1 29 3-5 Glib Split Bat Careless Ruler, Gay Stitch also ran FIFTH S600 claiming 3 year olds arid up 7 furlongs Wilysabie (McCauley) 1800 670 310 S-nart Bet (Suitor) 380 260 Miss Easter Day (Wiseman) 3 10 Time 1 31 Woodah Mint Green Star Snip Symbaoe Brilliant Request also ran EXACTOR: 531.30. SIXTH claiming 2 year olds 7 furlongs Blue Deen (Suitor) 5 80 3 50 2 50, Senator Sam (Clark) 6 60 3 40 Dia- mond Hood (Niblett) 2 60 Time 1 32 2-5 Gypsy s Freedom Two Penny Mist SEVENTH claiming 3 year olds and up, 5 furlongs Avenue Lady (McCauley) 4 20 3 00 2 70 Silent Stream (Niblett) 5 60 3 70 Lady Stuart (Haynes) 6 00 Time 059 2-5 Fleet Nickle Hope You Hurry Marys Fancy Miss Lucky D Ginger Voya also ran EIGHTH claiming 3 year olds and up 1 1-16 miles Restless Willow (Niblett) 6 90 6 10 4 30 Capital Spending (McCauley) 5 10 2 90 Bib Bambi (Clark) 2 90 Time 1 53 4-5 Same Affair Joeys Arch Mr Whycone Allie Of Remorse Mr Bountiful also ran QUINELLA: CANADIAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE Eastern Conference W L T FA Pie. Toronto 5 2 1 148 141 11 Ottawa 4 4 0 144 146 8 Montreal 3 4 1 134 165 7 Hamilton 3 4 0 156 120 6 Western Conference Sask 7 2 0 199 158 14 Edmonton 5 3 0 177 151 10 Calgary 4 4 0 126 152 8 BC 3 6 0 154 204 6 Winnipeg 2 7 0 165 166 4 ASSOCIATED PRESS The whole town's talking about the Jones boy and the Jones boy wishes they'd cut it out "No one likes to be talked says New York Mets' Cleon Jones, "and they were certainly talking about me But I feel like a winner tonight" Jones looked like a winner, too, Wednesday night, belting two home runs to lead the Mets past Pittsburgh Pirates 7-3 and into the thick of the National League East Divi- sion race. New York shares third place with St Louis Cardinals, both clubs just IVz games behind the leading Pirates Second-place Montreal Expos are one game back and even fifth-place Chicago is still alive, just four games off the pace The Cardinals dropped a 3-2 decision t'o Philadelphia Phillies, the Expos were beaten 8-6 by the Cubs, Los Angeles Dodgers dumped Atlanta Braves 4-1, Cincinnati Reds topped San Francisco Giants 5-1 and Houston Padres, the Astros winning 8-5 and losing 6-3, in other National League action "Steve Renko got the nod from Montreal manager Gene Mauch to face the Cubs' Fergie Jenkins of Chatham, Ont, in an afternoon game today In other fixtures, Cm cmnati is at San Francisco, Pittsburgh at New York, St Louis is in Philadelphia and Atlanta at Los Angeles FEELS 'LOUSY' Jones, one of the stars in the Mets 1959 championship season, has been bothered by an assortment of injuries this year and has often been accus- ed of "dogging it "I've felt lousy all season People have accused me of not wanting to play, but that's not true I love this game of baseball and I always give 100 per cent Left-handers George Stone and Tug McGraw combined to keep the Bucs in check, Stone earning his 12th win and McGraw his 22nd save. The Pirates have 12 games to play, Montreal and Chicago 11 each, and New York and St Louis 10 apiece The Expos staggered Chicago starter Rick Reuschel with five runs in the first inning but couldn't hold the lead Reuschel survived the outburst and picked up his 14th victory with relief help from Mike Paul in the sixth and Bob Locker in the ninth. Nolan Ryan registered his 19th victory of the baseball season Wednesday night, struck out seven batters to come within 28 of breaking the major league record, and pitched a five-hitter for his 24th complete game this year in California Angels' 6-2 triumph over Texas Rangers in the opener of a double- header. But he isn't satisfied If I break the strikeout record and don't win 20 HOYT'S NORTH LETHBRIDGE- 324 13th ST. N. YOUR PRO STORE Opening Soon in College Mall 'BOND STREET' featuring Firth Clothes Reward Yourself now by visiting and thinking of your future retirement or summer leisure at British Columbias fin- est properties on the north shore of Shuswap Lake Anglemont Estates has a motel, marina, Q hole golf course, air strip, community lodge, and guest ranch Come share with me via Aircraft or Bus, on Thanksgiving Weekend 3 nights in our lovely motei All transportation, all meals and refreshments For Only Per Couple CALL BOB PRESTON at the El Rancho Motor HoMl 327-5701 for reservations. Film Showing, Sunday, 23rd, 2 and 4 p.m. Westerner Room El Rancho Motor Hotel Refreshments will be served. Everyone Welcome games, I'll be on a low fastball for strikeout said Ryan who broke Rube number one more than the mark Waddell established with the Philadelphia Waddell's American League record for strikeouts in the third-inning He fanned designated hitter Bill Sudakis Athletics in 1904 Bowling Scores CAPRI BOWL SENIOR CITIZENS Maggie Oliver 284 (725) Norah Hofforth 256 (653) Katie Bernhart 220, Ruby Oseen 237 Hilda Holub 236 Pat Plomp 233 Frank Bernhart 222, Vaughan Tennant 223. Harry Chapman 267. Tom Archbold 236, Roy Lavalley 215, Hjalmar Nelson 211 HIQA'S Pat Jarvie 258, Edith Voth 238 (678) Marlene Bosch 258, Linda Malcomson 241, Marlene Saler 287 Chris Ell 237, Judy Wojtowicz 230 Linda Aspeslet 281 Emily Chown 230 Alta Clarke 228 PRE-BUILT SOCIAL Judy Lagasse 226 Brad Elder 253 Joe Hart 242. Judy Harnadk 239, Darlene Horhozer 224. Jim Fletcher 256 Jim Kaupp 221, Hattie McDonald 233 Lucille Schile 212 John Kovacs 245 KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Kaye Batngate 315 Wilma Valer 274 (718) Dot Olshaski 270, Abe Plett 258 Keith Warner 286, Lyle Sundin 269. Joe Beresnak 277 Mel Viergutz 263, John Lacey 250, John Rosenfelt 242 HOLIDAY BOWL COMMERCIAL MEN'S Bill Borwn 324 Ken King 301 (795) John Rempel 299 Eldon Westlmg 299 (713) Jack Smeed 294 Ken Malcomson 296 Reg Arnold 292 (775) Bernie Bailey 281 Jim Kato 281 (711) Elais Sawilla 264 (755) AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC Ann Fudnck 262, Karlyn Spitzer 249, Helen Higa 230. Kim Chrlstensen 215, Darrell Block 278, Frank Donato 222, Donna Bagozzi 222 Leona Donato 210 ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE New St York Cincinnati Los Angeles San Francisco Houston Atlanta San 89 83 78 73 64 68 77 81 582 550 503 474 10 17V4 22 Kansas Gil Chicago Minnesota California Texas TODAY'S GAMES Montreal Renko (14-10) at Chicago Jenkins (12-15; Cincinnati Gullett (18-8) at San Francisco Sryant (22-11) St Louis Foster (13-8) at Philadelphia Lonborg (13-13) Pittsburgh Rooker (9-5) at New York Koosman (12-15) San Diego Greif (9-16) at Houston Wilson (11 15) Atlanta Scheuler (8-7) at Los Angeles Downing (9-9) WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Montreal 500 000 001-6 11 0 Chicago 001 050 11 1 Torrez Marshall (12-11) McAnally Caskey (8) and Stmson, Reuschel Paul Locker (9) and Hundley HRs Alou Chi Santo (20) Williams (20) Pittsburgh 101 001 10 0 New York 021 010 10 0 Briles (13-13) Walker (6) Giusti (7) and Sanguillen, Stone McGraw (6) ana Grote MR Stennett Stargell (2) (7) St. Louis 100 000 10 0 Phlla 000 120 10 0 Murphy (3-7) Andrews Fisher (5) Nagy (7) and Simmons, Carlton (12-19) and Boone FIRST San Diego 003 100 9 2 Houston 400 010 11 0 Kirby (8-17) Caidwell (7) and Corrales Griffin (3-6) and Edwards Jutze (8) HRs (21 SECOND San Diego 201 003 9 1 Houston 100 100 8 0 Troedson 7-8 and Kendall Corrales 9. Konieczny 0-1 York 8 and Jutze HR 1 Atlanta 000 100 6 0 Los Angeles 000 000 7 1 P Niekro 13-9 Closter 8 J Niekro 8 and Casanova Messersmith 14-10 Brewer 9 and Ferguson HRs 43 Cincinnati 000 401 000-5 8 1 San Fran 010 000 000-1 2 0 Norman 12-12 and Bench King 4 Bradley 13 12 Carrithers 4 Willoughby 9 and Sadek HR 24 TODAY'S GAMES Oakland Knowles (6-7) and Odom (4-11) at Minnesota Goltz (6-4) and Hands (6-10) California Singer (18-13) and Hand (5-6) at Texas Dunning (0 8) and Siebert (7-12) Baltimore Palmer (21 8) at Detroit Fryman (6-11) Chicago Foster (6-8) at Kansas City Splittorff (17-11) WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Milwaukee 110 100 14 1 Cleveland 000 010 9 1 Slaton (13-13) Sprague (9) and Porter Tidrew (13-15) Duncan HRs (21) (7) New York 000 000 4 1 Boston 100 011 10 0 Stottlemyre (14-16) and Munson, (19-12) and Fisk HR (21) Baltimore 000 000 1 10 0 Detroit 100 070 12 0 McNally (16 16) Reynolds (5) Garland (6) and Williams Robles Coleman (21-15) Hiller (9) and Freehan HR (6) FIRST CalK. 301 001 12 1 Texas 010 000 5 1 Ryan (19-6) and Stephenson, Broberg (4-9) Brown (3) Durham (5) and Billings HR (28) SECOND California 230 102 15 1 Texas 300 001 8 0 Wright 11-19 and Sands, Hudson 4-2 Brown 2 HennmgerS Foucaulte Allen 8 and Suarez HR 27 6 Chi 000 101 100 14 0 KC 010 000 002 10 2 Wood Acosta 9-6 7 and Brmkman Downing 10, Garber Mingon 2-2 7 Bird 12 and Healy Martinez 7 Kirkpatnck9 HRs 25 Schaal 8 Oakland 011 000 8 0 Minnesota 000 000 3 1 Blue 19-9 and Fosse Decker 10-9 and Mitterwald HRs paneris 4 SEIBERLING G78-4 PLY POLYESTER TIRES 25.95 V Each ELRICH TIRES LTD. 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