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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THR IETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, Suplcmber 22, 1970 WLwman Brothers Ncck-Aud-Neck Photo Decides Feature Race By 1'AT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Writer Only one tiling was certain at the finish line in the featured sixth race Monday after noon at Whoop-Up Downs, Wiseman was aboard the winner. Wliiclt Wiseman had to be set lied by a photo as Brian am Larry Wiseman were neck aiu neck at the wire. When the photo was finally developed i. was Brian who emerged the w i n n e r by a narrow nose aboard Wee Celtic. L a r r y was RACE stchum By Willie Ketchum WEDNESDAY'S SELECTIONS FIRST RACE S500 Claiming for three-year-olds and upward THREE FURLONG RED MARQUIS Gets the call here TINGA KID Last race o good one COLLEGE COUNT............. Has good early speed SUDDEN SERVICE............... Best would be threat BIMELACT Has IQ be considered GIFT GUY Rail could ticlp HITIPPER Some other time PARKHALL LiLA Unable to recommend SECOND RACE Claiming for three-year-olds and upward FIVE FURLONGS DASHING KNIGHT..... !ONA HAWK MORE REGARDS SANDY BEAU GAY RHONDA CROWN N COMPASS NEWELL'S CHOICE GENOA Has found the spot Will force the issue A definite threat Should go well In here Post position hurls chances Some good races Will wait.for this one Best needed in here THIRD RACE S500 Claiming for three-year-olds and upward ONE MILE AND ONE-SIXTEENTH HANDSOME LADY TETRALA5S PLUCKY MENU PILOT'S COUNT HUDSON VALLEY HANDSOME NERO DEAN'5 DELIGHT RADIO BIT The winner of last effoff should be close up Good for the'show money Chance for a share Well beaten last outing Might be the sleeper........ Can't.see this one jngshot here FOURTH RACE Claiming for threc-ycar-olds and upward SEVEN FURLONGS Can lead throughout The one to beat Should be in the hunt Best could taKe it all Some good races Bears some watching Nol today LUCKY STU KENTUCKY STORY MACKERAL SKY 5PPINTALIER MISS KAYSUECON......... MYDAR MEW OMEN FIFTH RACE Claiming for three-year-olds and upward FIVE FURLONGS NENA'S PET Can make It In here 3 HAPPY'S BOBO Good for the place money 4 HANDSOME CHAMP............ Figures highly In here a HAVE A SIP......... Has to be looked at 5 ROYAL RETORT Chance at a price Miss NAUTTY Post position should help ELLIE G Not today PHIL'S FLAME Will be a big price SFXTH RACE S500 Claiming for three-year-olds and upward FIVE FURLONGS HEIRATION Can outfoot this group.......... 5 FREDDIE JOE Nrcft win last outing 7 HOUR MAGIC Always a threat................. 2 TESTIFY Could take it all 3 BONNY AIRS Outside chence 1 IRISH COLONEL Can better his rating BROWN TUQUE Will have to show improvement 6 BANQUET KNIGHT Not With these................. B SEVENTH RACE 5500 Claiming for and up- ward SEVEN FURLONGS SPOT o SCOTCH.................. Looks best of these DEAR DEER A strong contender 1 BOMBER BROWN Should be close up.............. -5 MALABAR1STA Has to be looked at 8 FIRE LINE Chance at a price............... 3 RANDOM RAGE Best needed in here 4 KRISKET.................. Might be closer................. 5 ROYAL TRAFFIC Some other time 7 EIGHTH RACE S700 Fort Macleod Hotel Handicap for three- year-olds and upward SEVEN FURLONGS KENO KID Can come right back............ 2 WHIRLAGALE The one to beat 1 SANDY GHOSTS................ Figures highly here............. 4 CROFT LAKE Upset possibllily 3 SICKLE TOES..................... Will have to be running 5 NINTH RACE S500 Claiming for three-year-olds and upward FURLONGS Can beat this field 7 Completes the quinella 5 Figures to be close up............ 3 Speed and the rail A Ihreat if right................. 4 Watch out for this one J Unable to recommend 8 Can't see this one 2 BEST BET: Nena's Pet LONGSHOT: Crown N Compass POST TEVIE: 2: p.m. FARE UNION KNIGHTS UP GOODIE BEAR HURRY HALLY.. JAMIE' S RAGING SEA SECRET DOT MISS VIKING Junior Boys'Soccer Opens The Junior High School Soccer League opened this sea- son with two games today. Catholic Central High School blanked the Immanuel Chris- tian 4-0 in one contest while St. Mary's shutout Paterson 2-0 in the other. In the CCHS Immanuel Christian game Louis P a p p paced the winners with two goals while G. Ducotle and Greg Kveder each booted in a singleton. St. Mary's were led by M. Whitford and Pete Byrne goals in gaining their lictory. a w srdc d second place o Kathy's Miss. Such was Hie confusion at the finish line that the wrong horse were posted as winners of thin and fourth place and there wa a mad scramble for part mu tuel tickets that were throwr away when the changes wen made. Wee Celtic, from the Inni Farms of Innisfail, Alta. anc trained by Mrs. F. Miller, paii S5.70, S4 and as it won th Browns Clip Jets CLEVELAND (AP) Cleve land Browns, taking advantagi of interceptions and penalties assessed against New York, de feated the Jets 31-21 in a Na tional Football League game Monday night. The officiating crew called 2: penalties for a total of 262 yards, more than the yardagi gained by the Browns in win ning their opener in the Ameri :an Conference of the NFL. The most damaging penalties were assessed against the Jets who were tagged for 13 infrac- tions for 161 club record. The Jets amassed 455 yards in the air as quarterback Joe Namatli com- pleted 19 of 32 passes. Bui among their penalties were ihree for pass interference three for holding and one for piling on. There were also three inter- ceptions of Namath passes, fumble by running back Mat! Snell and a mistake in judgment ay return specialist Mike Battle. PENALTIES STOP DRIVE Pass interference penalties by Jim Hudson and rookie Steve Tennen in the first quarter ena- bled the Browns to score their second touchdown for a 14-0 lead. Then, after the Jets made :.t 14-7. holding penalties by John Schmidt and Randy Ras- mussen blunted a drive that ul- timately ended with Walt Sum- mer's interception at the five. After Homer Jones made it H-7 for Cleveland by taking the second-half kickoff 94 yards for touchdown, the Jets closed again with a touchdown before Paul Crane's piling-on penalty contributed to a Cleveland drive hat resulted in Don Cockroft's 26-yard field goal. The penalties stopped at that joint, and the Jets took it the of the way. Snell fumbled on the seven-yard line to kill >ne drive but Namath still closed the gap to 24-21 with a 3-yard touchdown pass to George Sauer. Then the Jets got another op- 'ortunity when Cleveland was orced to punt. Battle, however, ailed to grab the punt on the S'ew York 30. It bounced past am and he was downed at the our, where Namath tried to get omething started. One completion brought the jail to the 18, but a second writ nto the arms of linebacker like Andrews, who returned 25 for the final touchdown as i dejected Namath stood at the ive-yard line. LETHBRIDGE RACE MEET Today Thru September 28th LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION TRACK P.M. EACH DAY Pari-Mutuel Betting featured Medicine Hat Purse, the feature race of tlie day. The winners time was two seconds away from the track record. Longshols again were a largo part of the order of the day as the crowd of wagered 184 during the seven race card. Monday marked the third day of the nine day Fall Race Meet. Today was Ladies Day with (lie gals given free admit- tance. Post ti m e was two o'clock. The biggest daily double of the meet thus far was register- ed Monday as Brian Cuthbert- son booted home Sudden Ser- vice in the first race and team- ed with longshot Hand some Champ, ridden by his brother Wayne in the second for a payoff. Sudden Service paid 57.70 to win while a win ticket on Handsome Champ was worth 515.60. A total of 31 betters held tickets on the double. After two big exactor payoffs the first two days of racing Monday saw 133 bettors pick up as Dear Deer, ridden by Dwayne Wiseman nipped Grande Badge, with Larry Wiseman up. Gerry Kipling, who enjoyed successful meet during Whoop Up Days in July, was aboar longshot, 23-1, Friendly Lad the seventh race as it won ou over Doonbeg, ridden by Gen Giesbrecht. Together the tw paid 36 ticket holders friendly Lad paid to'win to place and for i show ticket. Monday's mutual was d o w i compared with the third da; last year when was bel Today's feature was to be th Montana Marathon Handica while Wednesday, when a HANDSOME CHAMP WINS-Handsome Champ, ridden by Wayne Cuthbertson, wins the second race Monday at Who6p-Up Downs and combines with Sudden Service, the winner of the first race, io pay a Daily Dou- ble. Handsome Champ just beat Travel Talk (6) at wire. Racing continues daily at Jhe Downs. many as nine races may be run off, the feature will be the Fur Macleod Queen's Hotel Handi cap. Thursday marks the begin ning of the special feature race which will mark the end of an era for the Southern Albert Racing Association. Lucien Maynard, Lee Wil liams, Mrs. Marion William and Lang Chapman are all t be honored with feature race bidding farewell to the founder of the southern circuit. The Lu cien Maynard Farewell Handi cap goes Thursday with fare well handicaps in honor of Lee Williams and Lang Chapman tc be run off Friday and Monday respectively. On Saturday the Marion Wil iams Memorial Handicap, in memory of Mrs. Williams, the wife of Lee Williams, who diet last year. The race will carry with it a purse, the lar ;est of the meet. Race results Monday it the Exhlbl- S500, claiming, 3-year-olds and up, 5 urlongs Sudden Service (B. Cuthbertson) 7.70 3.70 2.50, College Count (D. Wiseman) .70 3.00 Doc's Roman (Hanson) -1.50. Time: Black Bert, Highdorn, Vibrant, Call Sonny, Qui.. ry Point also ran. Second claiming, 3, 4 and 5-year-olds, furlongs Handsome Champ {W. Cuthbertson) 5.60 5.20 4.10, Travel Talk (Kipling) 3.20, Happy's Bobo (B. Cuthberl- on) 4.60. Time: 1-5 Count Show, Nena's Pet, Jiminy Jim, iwift Heart, Mikado R also ran. DOUBLE: Third J500, 3-year-olds, 7 furlongs Maria's'Gal (Hanson) 44.50 11.90 5.70, Winning Skip (McCauley) 4.10 3.20 He. ration (L. Wiseman) 4.20. Time: Gay Slitch, Speedy Son, Loiila's Hope, U Hope also ran. Fourth 3-year-oids ar.d up, M6 miles Handsom Lady (Kipling) B.BO 5.00 .70, Royal Kimbo (Jewell) 6.00 5.50, llot's Count (Tobacco) 3.40. Time: 2-5 Land Beyond, R i d g e v i e w Hope, Jean's Delioht, Canel Pat, Miss Slam- edcr also "ran. FIflh claiming, 3-year-olds and up, 7 jrlongs Dear Dter (D. Wiseman) .70, Grande Badge (L. Wiseman) 5.50 .90, Quiet Ride (Hansen) 3.20. Time: 1-5 Expense check. Timid Tamy, Ti Chant, Governor Gtorge, So Perlect Iso ran. EXACTOR: S15.7D. Sixlh S500, claiming, 3-year-olds and up, uriongs Wee Celtic (D. Wiseman) 5.70 4.00 .80, Kathy's Miss (L. Wiseman) 5.40 .70, sabrio (W. Cuthbertson) 3.60. Time: fS Pleasant Hour, Digger Grant, Sctay oo, Haydn's Belie also ran. Track Scratch: Go Go Gien Seventh S500, claiming, 3-year-olds and up, 7 'Friendly Lad (Kipling) 51.30 17.90 ,60, Doonbeg (Glesbrecht) 3.80 3.70, far Snip (Hansen) 3.70. Time: 4-5 Pancake's Sis, Espalier's Son Fa- lous Terry, lona Hawk, Pour Your wn also ran. UINELLA: JI21.20. Nearing 800 Career Points Coffey After Another Mark By HIE CANADIAN PRESS Tommy Joe Coffey is headin West with Hamilton Tiger-Cal and the wiley veteran is wcai ing his hunting shirt. Hamilton visits British Colum bia Lions Wednesday, then call on Edmonton Eskimos Saturda and, while victories over th Western Conference clubs woul help the Ticats' quest for firs place in the East, Tommy Jo can add to his personal records Coffey already holds the ind vidual career records for mos pants scored and most passe but he is within fiv points of becoming the firs player in the Canadian Foolba League to amass 800 scorin points. To date, his record consists o 53 touchdowns, 165 converts, 91 field goals and 42 singles. His 578 pass receptions is CFL record, while his yards on passes is only 271 be- hind the record of Hal Patter son. Coffey could reach his joints in the B.C. and Edmon :on if he runs wil eclipse Patterson's pass yardage mark. Coffey is leading the EFC scoring statistics so far thi year with 61 points, seven ahead )f runner-up rookie Ivan Mac Millan of Ottawa Hough Riders Out West, where they havi jlayed more Ted Gere a's soccer-style kicking has rim atop the scoring list with 79 joints, eight up on kicker Jack ibendschan of Saskatchewai Roughriders. Gerela, of B.C. also leads both conferences in field goals. VIE FOR LEADERSHIP Dave Raimey and Bill Sy- mons of Toronto Argonauts are ussling for the EFC rushing with 57: 'ards on 83 carries for a 6.9 av- erage and one touchdown; Sy- mons with 546 yards on 109 car- ries and a 5.0 average and five ouchdowns. Jim Evenson of B.C. is the eading rusher in the WFC, 683 'ards on 125 carries for a 5.3- rard average and five touch- [owris. the took Radiomen Capture Playoffs Gentlemen III won eague title while CHEC op honors in the playoffs as ley won division one. The Country Club Men's Golf wound up proceedings unday afternoon with cham- ions being decided in three di- risions. Individually Frascr Baalim CHEC and S'tu Allison of alons shared the honors, aalim, with a 38, WOP. low ross while Allison's 31 was ood for low net. In winning the first division CHEC chalked up 28 points as compared to 20 for Bcny's. Gentlemen III and the Packers tied with 17. Lethbridge Office Furniture had its hands full before edging Lilydale 25-23 in the second di- vision. Dorigattis finished third with 17 points followed by Atlas with 15. .Division three Hcpps earn 25 points, six poinls more than Tollcstrups. Parson was third with 18 while Eatons had 16. In passing, it's Jim Thorpe o Toronto and Herm (Han- Hands) Harrison of Calgary Thorpe has six touchdowns of 37 receptions and 602 yards fo a 16.3-yard average; Harrisoi has gathered in 46 passes, car Wilson Tops Rodeo TABER (HNS) Bob Wilson of Cardston was crowned all round cowboy at the Taber Hop ing Club's CARA approved am ateur rodeo here over the week end. He took the McDonald ani Sons trophy with a second in bull riding and competing in steer wrestling and calf roping Hard luck cowboy was game Gordon Heavy Shields of Card ston whose mount Rodeo Red, Brahma cross breed, stepped on his rider during the closing minutes of the show. Heavy Shields suffered fractured ribs and won the Jensen Thorough- jred Barns trophy. Stock was supplied by Me- Gowan's Rodeo Co., of L e t h bridge, and was in prime shape. Success of the rodeo held on loot of dirt moved into the civic Krckey arena, was, in part, due 0 the use of pens, chutes anc ;ates from the Lethbridge Ex- u'bition Association. Crowds lor the two day event numbered roughly In the various events, Jack )uce of Granum won the sad- dle bronc riding and the Cen- ral Esso trophy, riding Dyna- mite for a marking of 78. Dale Albrecht of Trochu was second vith 75. Lynn Jensen of Cardston and Sen Hern of Bindloss tied for irst place and the Prairie Live- ,tock trophy in bareback bronc iding with markings of 74. Doug Mantler of Lethbridge won the Sparks Hobby trophy as the top calf roper with time of 13.5 seconds. Vee Lowry f Taber was second with a ime of 14.4. Rod Breen of Lethbridge won Jie Great Northern Oil trophy is the leading steer wrestler rith a time of 7.1 seconds. Stan Valker of Lethbridge was sec- nd at 7.3. Brian Claypool of Saskatoon the Fenton and Wills Trucking trophy with the top narking in bull riding, post- ng a mark of 76 aboard Smoky, iob Wilson of Cardston was econd with a 75. In women's barrel racing, reta Robinson of Cowley took 10 Biem Builders trophy with time of 14.5 seconds. Georgia cenozzle of Cut Bank, Mont., nd Kate Nelson of Great Falls ed for second place with times f 15 seconds flat. In junior barrel racing, David lingcrville Of Coleman won the abcr Times trophy with a time f 14.8 seconds. K e 11 y Tour- id of Hillcresl was second at i.l. The Federal Grain trophy for ic top junior steer rider went 1 Don Depaoli of Black Dia- lond with 71 while Jim :hmidt of Taber was second ilh 67. The Shcll-SA Co-op trophy in e news media greased pig vent went to the CI1EG Radio :aai of Lclibridge, ried them 689 yards for a 15- yard average, and has nine touchdowns. But look farther back In the Oldham of Ottawa Rough Riders has only caught 25 passes, but he has taken them a total of 619 yards for 24.8-yard average and seven touchdowns. In passing, the leaders are Gary Wood of Ottawa in tha East and Jerry Keeling of Cal- gary Stampeders. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES t.1 81 76 74 70 West 92 Pet. .6-17 .565 .536 .497 .601 .552 .529 .395 .386 .359 Detroit Cleveland Washington Oakland California Kansas city Milwaukee Chicago TODAYS innesota Katt 12-10 or Zepp 9-4 at Oakland Dobson 16-13, N California Bradley 2-4 fit Milwaukee Patlin 12-12 N Kansas City Drago 8-14 and Fitz- morris 7-5 at Chicago Wynne 1-2 and Magnuson 1-3 2, N Detroit, Reed 1-2 at Baltimore Phoe- js 4-5 N Washington Bosman 16-10 at New York stoitlemyre 13-13 N Cleveland Hand 6-11 at Boston Pet- ers 14-11 H MONDAY'S RESULTS Minnesota ooo 010 0 D 1 Oakland .100 100 i 1 0 Perry (23-12) and Mitlerwald; Blue 2-0) and Tenace. HR: eris California 000 200 7111 Milwaukee 000 300 6 9 l Murphy (15-13) Laroche (7) Fisher ;9) and Azcue, Egan Krausse (13- 18) Ellsworth (8) Gelnar (8) and Roof. HRs: (11) Murphy (1) (13) Harper (2) Detroit Oil 000 001 360 Baltimore 200 001 OOO 462 Niekro, Timmerman (6-7) (9) and Hosiey, Lament Lopez, Hall (7) Richert Hardin (5-5) (11) and Dates. HR: Washington COD 111 2 9 1 ew York 112 no 592 Gogolewskl (2-1) Gnenda (5) Rlddle- berger (7) and Casanova; Peterson IE-ID and Munson. HRs: lein :ieveland 010 000 8 0 Joslon 110 MO 1 Hand (6-12) Colbert (7) and Sims; Siebert (14-8) Bolln (8) and Montgom- ry. HRs: (40) Pel- SECOND Kansas City Chicagi 100 8 9 DOO 100 2 10 Butler, York (1-0) (5) and Rodri- guez; Weaver (1-2) Crlder (6) Murphy (7) Hamilton (B) O'Toole (9) and Kus- nyer. HR: FIRST Kansas City 002 100 455 Chicago 120 i 1 Rooker, Morehead (3) Monteagudo (1-1) Burgmeier (a) and K I r k- patrlck. Horlen, Stange (7) Wood (9- 13) (7) and Josephson. HRs: Spriggs (1) Schaal (5) t o n NATIONAL LEAGUE East W Pet. .539 .526 .516 .471 .450 .441 .543 .5.12 GBL 2 3V4 10W 12Vi 15 Pittsburgh Chicago 72 New York 79 74 St. Louis..... ?2 81 Philadelphia 70 B3 Montreal 67 85 West Cincinnati .97 5H Los Angeles S3 ?0 San Francisco B3 70 Atlanta .......74 80 .-Wl 22'A Houston.....72 81 .471 24 San Diego 59 94 .386 37 TODAY'S GAMES New York 10-12 at Phil- adelphia Sunning 10-14 N Montreal Wegener 3-5 and Stoneman -15 at Pittsburgh Ellis 12-9 and 8-15 2 N Chicago Hands 17-13 at St. Louis Gib- son 22-6 N San Diego Corkins 5-6 at Atlanta Nash 12-3 N Houston Forsch 1-1 at -Cincinnati No- lan 17-7 N San Francisco Bryant 5-5 at Los An- geles Foster 9-13 N MONDAY'S RESULTS San Francisco 103 OU U Q Los Angeles 001 000 061 arichal (13-10) and Dietz; JWoeiler (7-9) Stephenson (4) Hough (6) Nor- msn (9) and Haller. HRs: SF-Mays Icuston 000 000 6 4 1 iincinnafi 010 010 I 7 0 Forsch (1-2) Ray (3) Gladding (8) and Howard; Gullett (4-2) Carroll (6) "ranger (8) and Bench. The "BOSS" (TAKES CHARGE IN WINTER) Best of the New Breed of High Troclion Winier Tirol. Kelly-Springfield's finest glas belted Polyester Cord Tire with top winter traction and for mors mileage than our best continental winter tire. ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SAIES SERVICE 401 lit Avt South Hiom 357-4884 or 317-4445 ;