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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thumloy, S.jHembtr 71, _ THl LTTHBRIDCE HMAID _ Friday opener for 12-day Fall show at Whoop-Up Doivns Race officials expecting biggest meet in history By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Writer It would appear that only poor weather conditions will prevent ttra Lethbridge Exhibi- tion from having its most suc- cessful Fall Race Meet In the 12-year history of the event. "We have more horses than ever, 12 racing days including three Saturdays and a holiday Monday as well as some of the top jockeys from western Can- ada and the north western United said one racing official. Add to this improved track conditions and it all boils down to the weather. "If we get In- dian Summer between now and Thanksgiving, look t'he of- meet will continue until Thanks- ficial added. The opens giving Day, Monday Oct. 9. 1972 Fall Race Meet ''We have 12 racing uireii.-, Friday afternoon, at slated Andy Andrews manager; Whoop-Up Downs with eight of the Exhibition. "There will races set for opening day. Post be three Saturdays and a big time daily is two o'clock. The day Thanksgiving Day." Officials of the meet have eliminated both Tuesday cards as well as Thursday, Sept. 28.' By doing so it is expected the meet will attract more belters than in past with the emphasis on weekend racing. The locals will need good crowds this year if they hope to better last year's banner ef- fort. "We only went nine days last added Andrews, "but they were big days. And don't forget we had a sweepstake last year as well." A BIG YEAR No one's forgetting 1971. It was the first year the Leth- bridge Exihbition people had taken over from the Western Canada Racing Association. "I think we can be proud of our first solo effort last beamed Andrews. Pride came in the form RACE By Willie Kefchum FRIDAY'S SELECTIONS FIRST RACE Claiming for three and four year elds SEVEN FURLONGS Frerwsl ........................122 Gradually Improving.............. BJaiE Of Could prcve troublesome Robin A Tiploe................ 114 The one to teal Gay Grin....................1H Rales a chance here.............. Miss .114 Would pay a price................. Blondlco................... 114 A langshnl today Prfnce Clem.................IH his work cut oul FEATURE VALUE BUYS GPI83A 1971 HONDA 350 1 miles. Handswi Arches Som other time STABLE TALK Did you hear the one about the bet- tor who broke his leg and they had to shoot him? Five of trie more than 250 thoroughbred on hand for the 1972 Fall Race Meet take some time out for a relaxing session of stable talk. The meet opens its 12-day stand Friday afternoon. Post time doily is set'for two o'clock. The meet ends Oct. 9 Thanksgiving Day. (Rick Ervln photo) Red Sox sink Orioles tivice record crowds, the highest sin- gle betting day on record and the top overall mutuel figure. No one counted how many people showed up at Downs during the meet but they wagered the final Saturday of the event. The big day aided the final figure for the nine days to hit "Who would have thought we would go over the mark iti our first remarked Andrews last year. "But there It is in black and white. The format of the 12-day show' this tune around, has been somewhat. Not that Lhe races have been changed but there is move for the betting SECOND RACE Claiming for lour year olds and upward JSEVEN FURLONGS Wimple Street............... Lustrous Star Court Finnegan..... Raging Sea Hopping Hope...... Wayward Boy...... Denoreo Kckua......... Looks much Ihe beU.......... The one to beat............... Once hed ability Could be the sleeper......... May show Improvemtnt Has same early speed Best would fce Not tcxJay................... THIRD RACE Claiming for two year old maidens FIVE FURLONGS Twin Sheba..... Jafce's Jewell Copper Dan Grey Hope...... Ce Ja Beau Tango study Merry Aril Shadow..... .117 Found an easy spot The one 1o beat .....1M Could be Ihe upset 117 Outside post hurts 115 Best would be needed 117 Rail helps chances .....117 Never gels close 112 Will match, one lime FOURTH RACE ?500 Claiming tor four year olds and upward FIVE FURLONGS If Weaver gets help he'll win By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Earl Weaver, bless his opti- mistic soul, has finally figured out the American League East pennant scramble. All he needs to win it is a little help from his friends. After his Baltimore Orioles absorbed a vital 9-1 and 4-0 doublehcader sweep at the hands of first-place Boston to tumble 214 games the Red Sox' pace Wednesday night, Weaver studied his Laseball schedule and discovered Boston spends the next four days play- ing second-place Detroit Tigers. Then the Baltimore boss of- fered his analysis. "I'll be rooting for my good friend Billy Mai-tin Thursday and revealed Weaver. "And I'll be rooting for my good friend Eddie Kasko Friday and Sunday. II my good friends win, we'll gel Boston three in a row and we'I be all even with three games to go." RIVALS BETTER OFF Managers Martin of the Ti gers and Kasko of the lied Sox are in infinitely better shape than Weaver today. Detroi trimmed Cleveland Indians 4- Wednesday night and are sec ond, one game behind the Sox with 12 to play compared ti Boston's 13. Weaver's Orioles are third, 2Vi behind, with only nin to play. Fourth place York, rained out at Milwaukee is 3Vi behind with 12 games re- ma ining. Elsewhere, Oakland Athletic reduced tiieir magic number i the West to seven by whippin Chicago Wiiite Sox 6-3, Min nesota Twins topped Texa Bangers 34 and Kansas Cit Royals defeated California An gels 9-2. Baltimore ran into two hi pitchers in Boston and Mart allin and Luis Tiant simply roved to be too much for the Holes. Pattin surrendered five hits n the opener and had an easy me of it when Boston scored even runs in the fourth inning. Carlton Fisk drove in three runs. The vie lory ran Pattin's ecord to 15-12 after a hor- endous 2-9 start. He is 13-3 ince June 12. Tiant, the veteran right- hander with the herky-jerky motion, improved his record to 13-5 with a four-hitter in the nightcap. He has won nine of his last 10. Evans contributed a triple and homer to the second game victory. Woody Fryman fired a six- hitter and drove in a pair of runs with a clutch single after Duke Sims, another National Bowling scores CAPRI BOWL HART TAXIDERMY FranV Bernhart 166, Harry Chap- man 381, Malt Bernharr 268 Vaughan 286 Ben Evanson 252, H. C. Brown "in, Belty Muriland 252, Magola Oliver 255 Jettle Donald 279, Maria Tuk Frances .brick 226, Rose Nunwelter 218. HIGA'S srg Mlchaknfco 34? Mar- Saler 253, Suian Wolsloncroft 3C1 <7W) Edith Craig 2JO Luba Me- nlosh 2fil, Barb Scatlcrgood 289 (MO, EdHh Volh 323 Lena Moore 380 Shirley Alexander 313, Shirley Boyd 244. PRE-BUILT SOCIAL Larry D um untie r 237, Darlone Hc horer 217, Judy Laga 212, Jo Schmalz 254, Hattle McDonald 2H, Joa Hart 222, Robert Thomson 212 Ken Shi gem! 254. MONDAY NIGHT MIXED Gary TunbflcJga 1M D. Be; dotn 2M, Keith Latxash 2SO, Ti Duvale 2B3 Tom Pratt 263, Leona Pcdrinl 257 <742] Mary Wlshnevskl 271 Helen Weets 254, Jeanetle Smeed 264 Sand! Fletcher 226. JUNIOR'S SHOP Jen Hegl 259 W5t, Aria 253 Judy Horlacher 260, Dorothy Snrensen 341 Esthtr Shields 300 <7Q1J Gloria Hrycyk 243, Renste Walser 241, Pat Plomp 327 KBthy Luclwlg 301 Barb 391 Louise Fulton 257 Marge Hughes 335. GORDIES Talc Kafakaml 323 Tom Hack man 30-1, Kon King 3CO Ro' Srrtcert 311 Yutaka Urano 293 Bernia Bailey 1M (712) Jack Jones 290, Dave Smeed Gary Tun bridge 234 Bill Hamilton 386 Steve Gangur IBS, Bill Koskoski 28 Jchn Zsovan 318 SPEEDY'S Paraicak 250, Bea Sal IT 250 Florence Lagler 248, t Let Us WINTERIZE Your Trailer NOWI PREBCO RECREATION VEHICLES 600 4th AVE. NORTH PHONE 328-4411 Just West of Ihe Gai Company Gllc Sawchuk 24! Wars Smith Marilyn McRae 23J Jean- Ita Smeed 233 Belly Beaurfry 38, Anne Martin 235, Maureen Ferg- sori 237, Aya Nnkamura 234. SIMPSONS SEARS Tom Pratt 209, Marino Rapuano 354, Dhn Wildman 125, Jack Unterseher Audrey Able 223, Bernlce Hartley 13, Helen Rosseltr 228 Fencing Club prepares for ehampioiisliips The Lethbridge Fencing Club will stage their annual Leth bridge district fencing cham pionships Nov. 1. The local club is a membc of the Alberta and Canadia. Fencing Association and i also connected wth the Ama teur Fencing League of Amer ca. The champions of the loca tourney will be recognized b the CFA and will be able t qualify in the championships o Alberta and Canada. Participants need not neces sarily be residents of Let] bridge, but must live in th southern Alberta area. Meanwhile the club will tak in any interested persons wh would like to prtvtice fencin as a sport or pleasure or as fitting exercise. Club meets are held every Wednesday at p.m. at th Bowman Art Centre, LETHBRIDGE FALL RACE MEET WHOOP-UP DOWNS P.M. DAILY SEPT. 22-OCT. 9th EXCEPT SEPT. 26lti, 28th, OCT. 3rd PARI-MUTUEL BETTING public. Sunday afternoon at two League refugee, had snapped a until inning tie with a double Cleveland. Meanwhile, Tom Scavcr the rida of the Mets, had his fast- all and his hard slider and his urve Wednesday night and the esult was that New York Mets mporarily delayed Pittsburgh irates' flag-clinching party by eating them 4-1. The Pirates nee4 Just one vic- iry or a Chicago Cub loss to linch their second straight Na- onal League East Division ennant. The Pirates weren't happy hat Seaver had kept the eham- agne on ice, struck out 15 bat- irs and gave up only five hits. Willie Stargell, the slugging rate first baseman, con- ucted a quiz of his own on an nnocent writer in the dressing oom. VAS SEAVER 'Did Seaver have a good astball? What was he throw- ing? Have I ever seen Iiim Icok as good? That's what you're go- ing to ask me, aren't Stargell asked, shortly after he lad been a Seaver strikeout victim three times. Seaver, 18-12, had not fin- Miii Router Mr. Marsh Silky Page ished a game in five starts anc lad been hampered in his last three by a hip injury. Pittsburgh took a 1-0 lead In the first inning on Vic Dava lillo's triple and Rennic Ston nelt's single. But the Mets scored Hires runs in the third, two of them on Duffy Dyer's triple. Elsewhere, Cincinnati Red beat San Francisco Giants 8-6 Atlanta Braves thumped Hous ton Astros 13-6, Pliiladelphia Phillies edged St. Cardi nals 2-1, Chicago downed Mon treal Expos 6-2 and Los Ange- les Dodgers clipped San Diegi Padres 5-3. o'clock will see a first, possibly in all of Canada. Sunday is edu- cation day at Whoop-Up Downs. It is planned entirely lor the ecucation ol bettors. "We plan to explain the en- tire procedure of what goes on at a race meet, from start to said Morris Heggie, Racing Secretary and handi- cappcr. Also on tap on the final day of the meet, Thanksgiving Day, is a breakfast at which lime anyone interested can meet with the people responsible for staging the meet. While the bettors arc looked after by the race meet officials too big days are set for the owners and then- jockeys and mounts. TWO FEATURES Two feature races will be eld this year as was the case ast year. Highlighting the fea- ures will he the Marion Wil- lams Memorial Handicap Sat- irday, Oct. 7. Staged in honor of the late