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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta She helped him show his age King humbles Mr. Riggs Whoop-Up Downs Selections SATURDAY S SELECTIONS FIRST RACE claiming for 4 ytar ft up Do Stop......................119 Wayward Boy.................122 Royal Traffic .................122 Joe DReigh 122 Where You Go 119 Rocky Gleam 122 BracOLeary 119 Buzzing Kahl 114 wire to wire now or never won in Red Deer chance at a price might be a sleeper not today bad form doesn t buzz much FIVE FURLONGS 2 SECOND RACE claiming lor year olds Mister Wycone ...............117 Star Speed..............119 Well Received................119 Yael 109 Moriing Mini 114 Win N Grin 119 Summer In Rome 114 Blue Mustango 119 rail helps should, place might show should nothing maybe not today should be in Rome bad form THIRD RACE claiming for 3 and 4 year SEVEN FURLONGS should beat these 7 Mr Ted M ...................112 Canadian Breeze.............122 Indian High ..................122 Pilgrim Maid 116 Grey Hope 114 J B s Girl 114 Raqtirne Robert 117 the danger won on Wednesday be right there not much hope off beat form a swinger FOURTH RACE claiming for 3 year oldi Lady Stuart ..................109 shows speed Jake's Jewel..................109 will be close My Matter....................117 wire to wire Shoes For Jimmy 117 still barefoot Hope You Hurry 114 will have to Chinos Annie 112 cant pick her FIFTH RACE claiming for 3 year olds up SEVEN FURLONGS good form from Regina 4 be right there 2 proven runner 3 SEVEN FURLONGS 4 6 1 2 3 5 Haydn's Doll..................118 Dexter Boy...................121 Mr. Bewitched................116 Precious Argent 118 Pixie Belle 118 Pequma Prmcessa 121 Pitcher Bob 124 Careless Ruler 119 SIXTH RACE claiming for 3 year olds up pay a price speed shows speed ready to upset showed nothing on Wed SEVEN FURLONGS Stove Pipe..................116 Hungry Hawk............... 121 Malo's Image.................121 Something High 121 Lustrous Star 116 College Count 116 Robin A Tiptoe 121 Swing Leader 121 today is the dya the danger could show not too high doesn t shine often disappointment pay a price doesn t swing much SEVENTH RACE Twins Sheba................119 Show Em Blue ...............112 Tommy Two Bits .............122 Nicely Does It 114 Triple Charm 114 Wild Rouser 119 Fabienne 114 Polished Point 116 claiming for 3 4 year old maidens SEVEN FURLONGS the one to beat 7 should show Z good for show 1 not often 3 doesn t charm me 4 could upset 5 no 6' not too shiny 8 EIGHTH RACE claiming for 3 year olds up. ONE MILE ft UP Front Desk Jay's Award Country Cut Up Sfiane S Winter Haven Gypsy Jo Mae Bay Parader If By Chance 126 looks like the winner 123 got to be rough 122 strictly the danger 112 can t see in here 115 probably upset 114 in too tough 113 route horse 122 improving NINTH RACE claiming for 3 year olds up El Halcor, Spin Bat Blondieco John Bristol Winter Field Swishaway Ladys Trip Ky Chmo 114 122 114 117 114 122 119 117 the class needed last one show could pay a price can run will watch right close not today ONE MILE 1-16 3 7 6 1 2 4 5 8 POST TIME. P.M. BEST BET. FRONT Race LONG SHOT. IF BY Race SHOOTERS SCOREBOARD PLAINSMAN SPORTS Last weekend a large contingent of shooters from South Alberta attended the Calgary-South Alberta Trap Shooting Championships This shoot Is held annually, and Is always a good shoot Southern shooters who stood in the winners circle were Bill Peter- son of Claresholm who won the Singles Championship with a 196 x 200 Bill also won the A" Class Doubles Blair McNeely of bow Island won the "B" Class singles with a score of 192 x 200 Jack Orr of Brooks was leading In the final handicap with a 93 x 100 Southern shooters who attended ware George, Darlene and Mark Kaminski. Clayton Woo and Ken Kotkas of Lethbrldge, Alan Munro of Granum. Blair McNeely and Jim Wutzke of Bow Island, Ron Woblck from Barons, Hugh Bell and Edwin Long from Vauxhall, Bill Peterson from Claresholm, Ray Cole arid Jack Orr from Brooks To the winners Good Shootingl To the non-winners Better Luck Next Time! On Sunday, Oct 7, one of the largest Trap Shoots in Alberta will be held in Mossleigh The Annual Pheasant Hunters Special has been hosted by the Mossleigh Gun Club for many years now and is always worth attending This Saturday and Sunday, the Lethbrldge Trap Club will host the bill Snyder Memorial Trap Shoot This Shoot Is a 500 bird event, shooters from Alberta and Montana are expected to compete Saturday evening there is a Calcutta Bar-B-Que at the Clubhouse Come out and buy a shooter COMING EVENTS: The last Bench Rest Shoot of the year is scheduled October 14th at the Namaka Club range, 10 miles South and 3 miles East of Strathmore The range fee Is 00, and there Is a 00 entry fee for each of the 4 classes, Bench Rest Rifle no weight limit, Heavy Var- mmt pounds, Light Varmint 11 Vi poundsfand Spoiler 11V4 pounds, 24 calibre or larger The event will be held at 100 yards Further information can be had from Plainsman Sports The Bow Island Fish and Game Association Annual Trophy Shoot will be held at 9 00 a m September 30th, 'A mile West and 3 miles North of Bow Island There are 20 events scheduled, Including 22 smallbore at 20 and 50 yards, scope and iron sight high power at 150 yards, a 500 yard belted magnum event, a 25 bird trap shoot, and events for Juniors and Ladies Registration fee Is 25, Trap 25 and all other events are 504 This Is the last meet of the season, and the Bow Island Club offers some of the most attractive trophies available on the circuit to the wirnars Hunters will enjoy the Moving Target, Undetermined Range, and offhand events A concession booth Is available on the grounds PLAINSMAN SPOETS ill WESTERN CANADA'S LEADINO SUPPLIER OF QUALITY FIREARMS, TARGET EQUIPMENT, RELOADINQ SUPPLIES, LIGHTWEIGHT CAMPING AND ALPINE GEAR. COMPLETE GUNSMITHING SERVICE. 329-7th St. S. KEN KOTKAS BOB HOBBS RICK KUCHERAN ART BOURNE (Guntmith) HOUSTON (AP) Bobby Riggs was forced to eat his words about women's tennis after suffering a humiliating defeat Thursday at the hands of Bilhe Jean King But the 55- year-old hustler wants to play her again Screaming, delirious women's-hbbers lit up more brightly than the rocket-shoot- ing Astrodome Scoreboard when Mrs King showed the devastating swiftness that won her five Wimbledon titles Minor hockey all set The Lethbrldge Minor Hockey Association will enhance in the neighborhood of for the coming fall and winter months It is hard to say what the ex- act figure will be but a set total will be arrived at when registrations for the 1973-74 season conclude This year's registration week will begin Thursday, Sept 27 and will end Wednesday, Oct 3 inclusive at Adams Ice Centre Officials stress that registration will be confined to one week only, in order that teams may be formed and play started at the soonest possible date to take advan- tage of every minute of available ice time Any late registrations will be con- sidered only after the boy (or boys) and at least one parent appear before the Lethbndge Minor Hockey Association ex- ecutive Registration fees have been increased this season, with the added amount going to a special equipment fund As of now, registration for one boy is for two and for a family of three or more In conjunction with the registration dates and costs the LMHA also announces its executive for the coming year Leo Harrold was returned as president while Sid Collier is the fn st vice-president and James Layng second vice- president Dan Inaba is the treasurer while Roy Miles will handle the duties of secretary and publicity Elected to two-year terms were Alberta Bourassa, Miles, Layng, Tiv Erais, Steve Pocza, Harrold, Larry Higa, Inaba and Don Hamilton Elected to one-year terms were Orest Romanmk, Collier and Jerry Court Six members with one year remaining on a two-year term are Cal Dickson, Ted Eiriksson, Ron Jacobson, Harold Osmond, George Sparrow and Jim Wat- mough in defeating self-proclaimed male chauvinist Riggs, 6-4, 6- 3, 6-3 in the battle-of-the-sexes tennis extravaganza Bobby Riggs has just been flushed down the shouted women's professional tour member Madeliene Regal of Sweden after Mrs King's straight sets victory before Astrodome fans and millions of TV viewers Mrs King, a leading fighter for equal rights on the pro ten- nis circuit, said she had waited 18 years for this match with Riggs Ever since the day when I was 11 years old and wasn't allowed in a photo because I didn't have a tennis skirt on, I knew then that I wanted to change the the 29- year-old Mrs King said LOOKED HIS AGE Riggs, who claimed he would set women's tennis back 20 years against Bilhe Jean, looked every bit his age after the match Riggs appeared to tire as early as the first set and had trouble getting his first serve going Ndr could Riggs. the 1939 Wimbledon singles champion match Mrs King's continual strong ground shots, which never let up It was a wmner- take-all match, but television and other rights were ex- pected to raise the winner s share to about and give the loser about Despite his constant barrage of criticism against women's tennis, Riggs was a gracious loser What happened7 Riggs asked Bilhe Jean was just too strong for me She was too quick in the exchanges I thought I had her out of court many times but she made the shots I never felt better I felt great warming up I didn t have a good day serving but she didn t get any breaks If anybody got the breaks it was me Riggs said he went too far out in his comments about women I take it back but now I want a rematch Asked about Riggs request tor a rematch Mrs King said 'Give me 24 hours and a I'll think about it Mrs King didn t budge an inch during the match and she also held her own with Riggs pre match gimmickery Mrs King made her entrance on a carriage, borne b> four muscular males Riggs then entered riding in a rickshaw pulled by several pretty Bobby s Boosters with Sugar Daddy on the backs of their blouses Riggs presented Mrs King with a giant candy sucker with Sugar Daddy writ- ten on the side Riggs got a brown baby pig from Mjs King Sport in short SUED FOR DIVORCE PITTSBURGH (AP) Dock Ellis, a pitcher for Pitt- sburgh Pirates of baseball's National League, was sued for divorce Wednesday in Allegheny County common pleas court by his wife, Elizabeth Mrs Ellis is a resi- dent of Los Angeles, where the couple was married in 1965 They have one daughter THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS 1971 FORD PINTO Automatic 15 000 miles 1 owner 1068DATSUN 510 OUTSTANDING ECONOMY BUY 1968-CHEVROLET IMPALA 4 door sedan Very good runn- ing order 1966 POriTIAC PARISIENNE CONVERTIBLE good condition, for sunny and rainy days FOREIGN CAR 1102-3rdAve.S. Phone 328-9651 MATHEWS CONTINUES ATLANTA (AP) Atlanta Braves announced Tuesday they had renewed the contract of manager Eddie Mathews for the 1974 season, but would not renew the contract of Mathews's pitching coach, Lew Burdette SLOAN HURTS KNEE ST LOUIS (AP) Bonnie Sloan, former Austin Peay State University defensive tackle and the first deaf man to play in the National Foot- ball League is out with a knee injury. Sloan, who started for St Louis Cardinals against Philadelphia Sunday, was credited with three individual tackles and two assists He played most of the first half, but was injured on kickoff coverage in the third quarter Friday, September 21, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD -11 Second win for O'Brien BUTTHWE'SNOTHIN BEAUTIFUL AS THAT BLOKE IL-LIGHT MOONLIGHT, I LIKE THE Top jockey fouls horse McCauley the 'Whip9? By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor Alvin McCauley will use more caution the next time he uses his whip in a race at Whoop-Up Downs McCauley, who is running away with top jockey honors at this year's Whoop-Up Downs affair, was in an ex- citing stretch duel aboard River Hawk McCauley was trying for his fourth feature race victory in the meet thus far in the seventh Thursday at Whoop-Up Downs Ivan Clark aboard Take One Step, had ideas of his own that didn't fit in with McCauley's way of thinking Pressing Take One Step hard Clark brought his mount almost even with River Hawk with 10 lengths to go It was at this time that McCauley put the whip to River Hawk and Take One Step No one knows for sure if MtCauley meant to hit Take FIRST S600 claiming 3 and 4 year olds 7 furlongs Roily Minx (Ollive) 29 00 7 70 4 40 Carbon County (Niblett) 3 00 2 90 Blondeico (Clark) 6 80 Time 1 29 4 5 Palatial Ky Chmo Lucky Von Jake s Jewell also ran SECOND S600 claiming 4 year olds and up 1' smiles Malos Image (Jensen) 570 380 2 50 Mr Bountiful (Watson) 4 30 3 30 Blaze Of Speed (Haynes) 3 90 Time 1 54 2 S Mainly Cloudy Pitcher Bob Lustrous Star Gnnner Tivoh Bell also ran DAILY DOUBLE. THIRD claiming 2 year old maidens 5 furlongs G Silent Man (Wiseman) 3 20 3 10 320 Kentucky Astro (McCauley) 3 90 3 20 Elusive Lady (Banl) 5 40 T me 1 00 1-5 Two Penny Mist Ned s Delight Chocolate Miss also ran QUINELLA FOURTH S600 claiming 4y ear olds and up 5 furlongs Banquet Knight (Clark) 910410 300 Marys Fancy (Dunham) 470 3 10 Time To Pick (Banl) 3 60 Time 0 59 1 5 Tiny s King Taparatus Green Port also ran FIFTH claiming Sand 4 year olds 5 furlongs Tw.nss Sheba (Clark) 480 410 340 Stromtree (Dunham) 840 3 10 Copper Dan (Niblett) 3 70 Time 1 01 Iblis Spurella Triple Charm Painted Indian Polished Point also ran SIXTH S600 claiming 3 year olds and up 1 1 16 miles Whirlagale (Dunham) 500 310 2 40 Reversed Current (Haynes) 3 50 3 10 Brian T (Wiseman) 3 60 Time 1 50 2 5 Dexter Boy Color Me Lucky Neo Class Flintstone also ran SEVENTH claiming 3 year olds and up 1's miles Take One Step (Clark) 580 3 10 2 30 Tame Prince (McCauley) 3 30 2 40 Gay Stitch (Niblett) 2 90 Time 1 51 3-5 What A Glend Shane S Gypsy Jo Mae also ran EIGHTH S600 claiming 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs Caribou Trail (Jensen) 6 00 4 20 330 Delagado (Niblett) 1270 460 Bet-A-Bob (Suitor) 3 60 Time 1 30 Robin A Tiptoe Win N Grin Cana- dian Breeze Esprit De Speed Hungry Hawk also ran QUINELLA- 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, 9 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 motel All transportation, all meals and refreshments For Only Par Couple CALL BOB PRESTON at the El Rancho Motor Hotel 327-5701 for reservations. Film Showing, Sunday, September 23rd, 2 and 4 p.m. Westerner Room El Rancho Motor Hotel Refreshments will be served. Everyone Welcome One Step, the fact remained that he did, drawing blood from the nostrils of the horse Clark after losing by a half- length, claimed foul and it was upheld Take One Step moved into first past River Hawk to win the Art Williams Agencies feature The victory earned the trophy blanket for owner Shirley Clark and trainer Bob Shertsabetoff The upheld foul cost Lome Spady of Alliance, Alta his fourth feature vic- tory as an owner-trainer Tarie Prince, who set the record for seven furlongs in a feature race victory Sept 11, finished the one-mile and one- eighth distance in 1 51 3 For jockey Clark, it marked his biggest day of the meet as he rode three winners Prior to winning the feature race he won the fourth aboard Banquet Knight and then turn- ed the trick in the fifth atop Twins Sheba In the fifth the Rustlers win first RED DEER (CP) Red Deer Rustlers collected six power-play goals Thursday as they battered Calgary Canucks 9-3 in an Alberta Junior Hockey League exhibi- tion game before about 800 fans Veteran Terry Wittchen and rookie Bob Haldane scored two goals each for the Rustlers, who led 2-1 and 5-3 by periods and outshot Calgary 43-21 Other Red Deer goals were earned by Larry Bower, Bill Haynes, Brian Sutter, Irv Bowles and Rod Pimm Randy Camponi, Mike Mclvor and Dave Scott replied for the Canucks, defending AJHL champions The clubs shared 44 penalties, 23 to Red Deer Also imposed were 11 majors, one 10-mmute misconduct and two game misconducts combination of Twins Sheba and Stromtree paid an exactor of 30 Banquet Knight will have his day Monday as owner P Dunham of Vulcan will retire the 12-year favorite Forty-three ticket holders went home happy after the eighth race Thursday as the combination of Caribou Trail and Delagado paid 40 The daily double of Roly Minx in the first and Malo s Image in the second earned 50 for 18 bettors while the third race qumella of G Silent Man and Kentucky Astro paid 30 to 223 people The pari-mutuel handle Thursday, with bettors paying visits to the windows, hit another step up from in 1972 on the corresponding day Saturday will see the runn mg of the Marion Williams Memorial Handicap as the featured eighth race at Whoop-Up Downs GIANTS LOSE SPECIALIST NEW YORK (AP) Rocky Thompson, kickoff return specialist and reserve running back for New York Giants, will be sidelined four to six weeks because of a neck in- jury suffered in Sunday's 34-14 victory over Houston, the National Football League club said Monday DELAWARE, Ohio (CP) Joe O'Brien of Alberton, P E I poured an ailing chesnut horse through an opening on the rail Thursday and won his second Little Brown Jug with Melvin's Woe, owned by Thurman Downing of Cleveland The victory came in straight heats, identical to O'Brien's 1958 win with Shadow Wave The win made it two in a row in the 000 Jug by son's of Bret Hanover A year ago Canadian-owned Stike Out also a Bret Hanover son won in world record time. 1 56 3 Times for Melvin's Woe s two victories Thursday were 1 57 3 and 1 59 2 0 Bnen had to beat his entry mate in the final Cana- dian-owned Armbro Nesbit raced by Duncan MacDonald ot N S who finished second ahead of Valient Bret 0 Bnen had placed both Melvin s Woe and Arrnbro Nesbit into the third race of the Jug He secured the ser vices of Glen Garnsey to take Armbro Nesbit in the third race In the race-off Armbro Nesbit led the eight finalists through everv fraction but midway ..n the stretch with a narrow lead began to tire At that point 0 Bnen, directh behind Nesbit with no outside room sent Melvin s Woe along the fence to win by a neck ALBERTA JUNIOR HOCKEY LEAGUE LETHBRIDGE LONGHORNS HOCKEY SEASON TICKETS NOW ON SALE AT College Mall Booth AFTERNOONS Or Phone 328-7522 for Information PREVENT FREEZE-UP PREBCO We will Winterize your Recreation Vehicle's Water System for only 199S 800-4th Ave. North (West of the Gas Company) PHONE: 328-4421 ANDY'S ELECTRIC LTD. is pleased to announce that Mr. Ben is General Manager and partner of Andy's Electric Ltd. BEN HENDRIKS We would appreciate our customers and friends to call and meet Ben at his new premises. We hope to give the same efficient service 259- 12th St. North Phono 328-5438 Night Calls 328-6960 ;