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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta fj _ THE LETHBRIDGE HEHA1D Wednesday, September 22, THEY'RE OFF AND RUNNING Eight horses charge key race for two ticket holders, bolh gals, as the Daily from the gate Tuesday as the second race of the day gets Double for todies Day returned a whopping under way Whoop-Up Downs. The second race was a for a bet. Western leader won the second race and combined with Greek Musketeer for the payoff. Both horses came from the outside No, 8 pole position. Payoff sets record ior Fall Race Meet Daily Double pays to two on Ladies Day By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Writer It was like a dream come true for two Lelhbridge gals Tuesday aflernoon at Whoop- Up Downs. The afternoon was appropri- alely named Ladies Day and the day certainly was a big one for pair of bettors. Everyone has always had the dream, that is anyone who on horse races, to someday hit a big payoff. Tuesday afternoon that was jast what happened to Mrs. Theresa Schow and one other woman who was not identified. Mrs. S'chow, and her unknown female companion, held the only two tickets on Tuesday's ANDY CAPP Daily Double, a handsome 367.80. The big payoff came as Del- bert Rycroft won the first race aboard Greek Musketeer and combined with Western Lead- er, ridden by John McDonald, in Ihe second for the combina- tion. Mrs. Schow, and her hus- band Leroy and their daugh- ter Shirley, were simply too happy to explain how Mi's. Schow had arrived at a Daily Double bet of 8-3. "I don't know why I did what I did but T certainly am said an excited Mrs Schow. The other ticket holder had left Whoop Up Downs after! cashing in her winning ticket Theresa was told. i THURSDAY'S SELECTIONS FIRST RACE Claiming Ior tour-year-olds and upward FIVE FUKLON'GS I OON'T KNOW WWAT VER SO MAD ABOUT I'Af THE ONE WHO SHOULCs BE UPSET BRAE LOCH, Baril BAZZA, J. MacDonald FLUME, Bourne LITTLE PABLO, Jewell INJUN MICKEY, Rycroft FLIGHT'S CALL, Perry CLASSIC NORA, D. Wisem GUM BOOTER, Haynes 117 Edge with the rail 119 Goad early speed 114 Should be close 119 Chance !o upset 119 A longshot here Would pay a price ___ 119 Outside post hurts 119 Will walch one lime SECOND RACE Claiming for three-year-olds FIVE FURLONGS PIXIE BELLE, McCauley 114 Has Found a spot GREEK MUSKETEER, RycroTt ABBIE'S DAY, Haynes SYMtlAOE, Shields........ DAINTY HOPE, D. Wisom" RULLAH COUNTY, No boy FRfSKALATE, Perry BOY BLUE, Baril Carried wide in opener 117 Rates a qood chares 117 Local efforts good 117 Wilh easier horses............... ..117 A lonoshot here 112 Woufd tc an upset................. 117 An Unknown quantity Miyasliiros lead way Keilh Miyashiro and brother Cliff scored two goals each and paced Wilson to an easy 4-1 victory over St. Basil's in Junior High School Soccer League action. Ken Stilson averted the shut- out, tallying the lone St. Basil's marker. Catholic Central Cougars also earned a 4-1 victory bombing Immamicl Christian. Peter Diickett led the way for CCHS booting in two goals while Don Burgral and Dave Koskoski added a goal apiece. Art Drinkellar managed the lone Immanuel Christian goal. Meanwhile, Patersbn dou- bled the score on SL Mary's taking home a 4-2 victory. Ken Hall rammed in hvo goals for Paterson while Rick Mac- Lean and Chuck Moore scored one apiece. Pat Keonan and Mike Lang tallied Tor St. Mary's. APPOINTMENTS THinD RACE Claiming for three-year-olds and upward SEVEN FURLONGS LUSTROUS STAR, Haynes CANADIAN HOPE, Hunt MOORGATE, RycroFt BRIAN T., Suilor U. HOPE, Bourne RED MOUNT, Jewell EL FILISTL'O, Shields '17 Seems best ol rficse ;i7 The one lo beat 113 Very dangerous here lid Wilh srfler field lid Just might i oulsirier Icday 117 118 Might SALTV PRINCESS, 0. Wiseman 116 Stncfly an outsider FOURTH ILACE Claiming Ior four-} car-olds and upward 1 MILES COMMON MARKET, No boy BLESSED HOUR, McCavley NIPAWIN, Shields ACAPULCO GOLD, Rycroft LITTLE BAFFIE, Hunt WILSON RADIVA, Jensen 117 Old guy has class 12? Always o conlcnder 114 Solid Threat loday 114 Excellent Calgary form 11J A longsho! loday 109 Chances seem remole FIFTH RACE Claiming for lour-ycar-olds 1 LA COSA, Jeweil COLLEGE COUNT, Suitor PR1DDIS DANDY, Hunt SILK BUTTONS, McCauley HAYDN'S BELLE, D. Wisei PRAIRIE BLUE, Shields FRENCH BAR, Rycrott...... 119 MISS STAMPEDER, Willis 114 and upward MILES 119 Can win at a price 117 Vcrv clanqerous here 119 Itjnore l.isl; dangerous 119 Expect improvement 114 A contender here 116 Always a factor Dry Irack rrilghl help A loncjsfot in here SIXTH RACE Claiming for three-year-olds nnd upward SEVEN FURLONGS JOYCE JACKSON MAUREEN BURKE Phyllis Thompson, Public Relations Dircclor for Enerson Motors, announces the appointment of Maureen Burke and Joyce Jackson as Showroom Hostesses. Maureen and Joyce are a part of Enerson's totally new approach to the con- cept of automobile sales. Competent, courteous and pleas- ant they are well trained lo help you, Ihe cuslomor, com- pare' and select your new car in a relaxed, unhurried ol- mosphore. Bring your family in lo Enerson's, soon, to meet our entire staff and find oul for yourself that automobile shopping can really bo a very pleasant experience. MADAM JUDGE, McCauley BATTLE MATCH, L. Wisemai FERMENT, Hunt FIRE LINE, Jewell CROFT LAKE, Tobacco FLEET FLITTER, Rycroft 115 Edne off northern fo US Will be closing last 117 Far boiler Ifian last IIS Roceril races excelle 151 Sslid upsel Ihrrflt 110 Appsars overnnaichorJ SEVENTH RACE Combination Ior two-year-olds FIVE FURLONGS week MESSENGER LAD, McCauley US Clever v, DAVEY'S HOPE, Sllields.......US Tne one lo bear HELLZI, L. Wiseman ..........119 Won handicnp............. CJOC Counlry, Rycroft 115 in opener ALVIN S., Baril US May overcome posi 5TRFFT I AW, Haynes........11-S Raler, a fair clinnta FRONT DESK, Hunl........ 117 Desl is required HANDSOME ARCHES, Sullor ...109 V.'illi (fist opponcnls RACE Claiming for foiir-year-olds and upward SEVKM KURLOXGS ANITA D., Hunl HURRY HALLY, Suilor JAMIE S., Culhbcrison RUARK, D. Wiseman DIPLOAMDO, Rycrofl FARE UNION, L. Wiseman MEO CLASS, Shirlris COSMIC KID, McCaulcy 116 Crin rrcK-em herself icday Should hi- clns? Indiiy Threat weiiihl Expect improvement A lonrjsliol Indriy Some other limo "So did she replied. "I rushed out and put it in the bank and came back." The young couple, both in Iheir early twenties, have just recently bought a house and the money will come in mnre than handy. It wasn't all luck involved one would gather from further con- versation wilh the winner. Her purse has seen some stashed away from the meet thus far. When the excitement ol the _ Daily Double had worn off Rod Results Firsr 51, 000, claiming, 3 ysar olds and up, 7 furlongs Greek Muskeleer (Rycroll) 13.40 10. 20 J.40 Canadian Hope (McCauley) 4.60 3.60 Friskalale (L. Wiseman) 2.50 Time 2-5 Arlh'jr D, Domb Again, Scat's Brolh- cr, Fiery Doll, Saflv Princess also Second S5CD, claiming, 3 year olds and up, S furlongs Woslcrn Leader (McDonald) (9.00 17.60 10.00 ADule Dash {Baril) 6.10 3.BO Rally's Centennial tSuilor) 3.90 Time 2-5 Miss Trip, Miss Tally, Pardnprs Lad, Terry's Steed, Foxy Safo also DAILY DOUBLE Third claiming, A year olds and. up, 5 furlonos Novatae Shields) B.tO 4.50 3.BO Amber Day (Walson) 7.10 5.00 Lloyd's image (Rycrcfl) 5.BO Tin-.e 2-5 Smart Debt, Teslily, Malabarlsta, Neiration, Prairie Dew also ran. S16.6Q Fourth Allowance, 1 year old maidens, 5 furlcnos Street Law (Haynes) 7.30 4.00 3. BO Lisa's Orb (Ryrtroft) J.30 Barb's Luck (McCauley) 2. 60 Time 2-5 Canadian Breeze, Western Echo, Paddy O'War, Color Me Lucky, Hand- some Arches also ran. Fifth claiming, 4 year olds and up, 1 I-U miles Handsome Lady (Suitor) 6.50 3.30 2.7D Chanfield (Bourne) B.flO 4.20 RocK 'N Wind (Simpson) 3.50 Time 1-5 Mainly Cloudy, Proud Crusader, Handsome Nero, Flash AMacK, Speed Star also ran. EXACTOR JB3-JO Slxln 4 year olds ond up, 7 fur- longs llsiordem (McCauley) 6.10 -1.20 4.W Blessed Hour (Hunl) 4.BO 3.70 Full County (Rycroll) J.JO Time 3-5 Defend Us, Acapulco Gold, Klnq Of Rulers, Tizza Puff, Krisket also ran Seventh claiming, 3 year olds, 1 1-16 Crescent Slyle (Hayncs) 4.30 2.EO 2.70 Lurd Hairy (Rycrcft) 2.70 2.70 Damly Hope (Baril) 3.30 Time 25 Heir 0( Hope, Expanding also ran Eighth si.oco, claiming, j year olds and up, 7 lurlongs Sickles Queen (Shields! 30.60 8.40 3.50 Mlfinty Willie (Haynes) 4.00 3.50 College Count (Suilor) 4.7Q Titr.f? 3-5 Hayden's Belle, Pete's Glory. Home James, Goodie Bear, lea Alley also ran milt Haynes took over Ihe spotlight. Haynes, an apprentice jockey, brought victory to the family stables as he won the featured seventh race wilh an excellent ride atop Crescent Style. The victory brought with it a purse of and the Leth- bridge and District Exhibition trophy blanket. Rycrofl, who won Ihe 'fea- tured race the first two days, was second on Lord Hairy. Crescent Style covered the one and one sixteenth distance in minulc 50.2 seconds. Tuesday's first quinella saw Novalate combine with Amber Day for a payoff while the Jast quineUa, the eighth race, was a combination of Sickle's Queen and Mighty Will- ing, Sandy Shields rode both winners in the Quinella races. Barbara Suitor, one o[ two gal jockeys riding in the Fall Race Meet, won the fifth rare aboard Handsome Lady. Chan- JJeld was second making for an Exactor. Nine races were set for today as well as the drawing for the lucky ticket holders in the Southern Alberta Sweepstakes set for Saturday as the running of tho Marion Williams Memor- ial Handicap carries with it a purse. Fifty tickets were to be drawn today with only 15 surviving a second draw Friday. Saturday will see the same number of ticket holders as horses enter- ed. A change of date for the sweepstakes draw was made necessary as a number of tickets from outlying areas were not returned to the Ex- hibition office. The draw was to have been made Sept. 18. SUBSTFTUTE RACE Claiming for foiir-ycnr-olds and upward FFVE FUULOM1S IA Should win cnslly HAYDN'S DOLL, Hunt AMBER DAY, Walson....... TESTIFY, D. Wiseman SWAN DARE, Jcwnll......... MAJIC CORT, B.irll LLOYD'S IMAGE, Rycrolt ANN D GOOD, L. Wiseman K1TCATLA, AAcCiiulcy 13 Hqurcs lo dusc H H-n spenl 11 Miriht get n slice V) Chnnr.n at fl price 13 Outside post hurls 14 A lonqshot In licre POST T1MK 2 P.M. PIXIK nKU.K J.ONOSHOT CJOC COUNTUY Workout for haskclhnllcrs The LcUibrulRC Commercial Hoop will hold a mass v.-orkoul for nil those interest- ed Thursday night. The workout will run from p.m. nl thn Civic Centre in gym one. Last chance on weekend ToiunaiiienL golf will conic to i almost hall, following this weekend as Ihe last tourna- ment of the year, the I.nsl Chance, is staged at Ilender- Co-sponsorcd by CIIEC Ra- dio, the two-day event is a IxisL- all Inurnny wilh an A and B division. In division A one Icam member must have a handicap of c.ighl or under while in II seel ion play both players must have nine handicap or higher. Cliff Stroll anrt liis partner Lrs Colwill have won the Last Chnnce two years running and are expected back to defend Iheir lille. Play gels under way Satur- day morning at 10 ami again Sunday ".I nine, fee is set at. 510 per player and can be paid jo Jlwl (uimelin or Eail FrancU nL the Lake Course. F.iglil teams will comprise e. !i flight. There will be prizes for low gross ojid low net. BOYS' AND GIRLS' SKATE EXCHANGE Our Used Sbalei Are a SHARPENED SHINED NEW LACES SANITIZED PAIR APPROX. 2 ,50 EQUIPMENT BY COOPER AND C.C.M. WE TAKE YOUR OlD HOCKEY EQUIPMENT ON TRADE CCM COMET Hockey Sticks Liil Price 2.20 CLEARANCE Froo roll of every itick. j EACH lapo with BERT MAC'S CYCIE LTD. 913 3rd Ave. S. Phono 327-3221 Opon Thurs. A Fri. Till 9 p.m. "Sorvinej Soulh Alborta for over 30 years." Rams, Cougars meet Friday The defending champion LCI Ranis and last season's pen- nant winning Catholic Central Cougars will go to battle once again. This time around, the tu'o clubs will fight for first place ui Southern Alberta High School Football League as neither team lias yet to be beaten this sea- son. The Rams, currently hold a 2-0 record, picking up a 10-7 victory over the Winston Chur. chill Bulldogs and a 16-6 win ovfir the Medicine Hat McCoy Colts. On the other hand, the Cou- [ars also stand with a 2-0 rec- ord trouncing Medicine Hat Cresent Heights Vikings 35-0 and leveling the Bulldogs 20-6. Any way you look at it, the ncounter should be a thriller. The Rams, who always seem o have a top notch contender lias a line-up full o! rookies. So far this season, the roo- ties have been playing like vet- erans under the guidance of Tim Whitelaw, who seems to get the best out of all his play- ers. The Cougars on the other liand, have a line-up embedded with veterans, but the only trouble is four of them got rack- ed up last weekend against the Bulldogs. Coach Dear. Dahl will prob- ably miss the faces of Lyle mid John Kostiuk and possibly Randy Royer and Craig Forestall. Gallant an all-star lineman and Kostiuk last year's leading scorer and rusher will be heavy losses for Dahl. The only other game sched- uled in the league will be play- ed in Medicine Hat, as the Mc- Coy Coto will take on the Vik- ing. Meanwhile; .in Western Eight Football League action five games are scheduled for the weekend. First place is also at stake In this league as three clubs share lop spot with 2-0 records. Coaldale, St. Majy's and Ray- mond have yet to taste deleat this season and the standings shouldn't change too much over the weekend. The Coaldale Spartans, v.-lio have presently racked up 105 points in their two games and allowing just nine take on the Cougars in Cardston. The Cou- gars own a 1-1 record at this time to share second place with two oilier clubs. The SL. Mary's Warriors, who performed a stunning upset over the defending champ i o n Picture Bulte Elks last week- end will host the last place Milk River Ridge Riders. Milk River, Claresholm and Nanton all sit in the cellar with 0-2. records. In Claresholm, the visiting Raymond Comets' will hope io keep their record unblemished on the lops column while in Nnnton the Knights will erler- tain the High River Mustangs. The final game of the week- end will feature the Vulcan Cougars against the Pict u r e Butlc Elks. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East W Illsburgh 93 Chicago .......80 New "York .....79 Monlreal...... 69 'hiladelphia itlSC' Los Angeles Atlanta Houston Cinclnnall Diego 63 West 65 74 80 53 96 Pcf. .600 .553 .519 .513 .552 .542 -511 Mi .467 .377 'ODAY'S GAMES Philadelphia Wise ld-13 at Montreal iloneman ifi-H N Pittsburgh Walker 9-H al SL Louis Sitson 16-12 N San Diego Acosla 2-1 flt Allanln Jarvjs 61J N NDW York Gentry 11-10 at Chicago irarro 7-5 N Los Angeles Singer 9-16 at rincin- 3h Nolan 11-14 N San Frantlsco Markhal 15-10 al Houston Richard 2-1 N TUESDAY'S RESULTS Francisco 000 000 1M- S 0 Hcuslon Ml 000 3 1 imterland (9-6) Barr (B) nnd Dictz; Billingham (9-5) and Howard HRs: SF-McCovey ard Los Angelei OH OC4 3 A 2 Cincinnati 010 14 l Osieen (13-11) Alexander (5) Slrah- er (6) Mlkkelsen (6) and Hallcr, Fer- on Gullelt (16-6) Graner (9) I Bench. HRs: Davis ich (MJ M3Y Diego Oil 000 000- 2 A 0 Atlanta ..HI ODO 5 S 1 Franklin (0-1) Caldwell (3) Corklns 7) and Ivie: Kelley (9-5) and Wil- lams. HRs: (46) Evans 11) Garr FIRST Philadelphia 000 ODO 5 7 1 Montreal ooo oio 4 7 D Champion (3-3) Hoerner (B) Wilson i) and McCarver, Morton (10-17) larshcill (7) Renko (9) and Bocca- Hla .HRs: Phila-Gambte AMI -Hunt SECOND hiladelphia 010 000 3 B 1 onlrenl ..301 001 460 Reynolds (4-t) Brandon (B) and Kw- Brillon (2-3) Marshall (8) and Humphrey, Bottabella HR: Bdilty 0-0- Pilliburgh .030 100 f 1 St. Louis 000 401 6 10 0 Ellis (If-B) Veale (B) and Sanauil- len; Reuss, Sanlorinl (3) Llhiy (5) Drabovj5ky (6-1) (7) and Simmons. HR: New York 000 DM 0 1 1 Chicago......051 000 3 2 Seaver (18-10) Capra (B) and Grote; Hoolon (2-0) and Fernandez. -Santo AMERICAN LEAGUE Detroit Boston New York Washinglon Cleveland Oakland Kansas Cili Chicago Pel GBL .620 .568 71'; -i33 1-11; .ilO Uli .401 33 SB 96 37 CaliVi West 97 B3 74 JB1 13 25 Minnesota Milwaukee 66 B8 .429 31 TODAY'S GAMES Detroit Lolich 2511 at Bnslon Gar- man DON Baltimore Palmer 18-9 at New York Bahnsen 14-10 N Milwaukee Pallin 13-H fll Mlnne- so'a Kaat 12-13 Kansas Cily Hedlund 15-7 Cali- fornia May 10-15 N Chicago Bradley 14-14 at Oakland Hunter N Cleveland Colbert 6-5 al Washington Gogolewskl 5-5 N TUESDAY'S REFULTS Milwaukee ....ODD 000 5 1 Minnesota DM 020 10 1 Krausse (B-12) Sanders (B) and For- )er; Perry f36-17) and Roof, Dempsey HRs: Minn- Nettles Klllehrew (26) Kansas City MO 2M ODO-i B 1 California 000 100 2 7 1 Drago (17-10) and Paepkc; Wright (15-16) Maloney (9) and Torborg. HRs- KC Oliver FIRST Chicago 100 101 031-5 6 0 Oakland .....COO 000 l A o Johnson (1210) Keaiey (9) and Herrmann; Dobson (15-5) Knowles (6) Fingers (B) and Duncan. HR: McKfnney (flj. Cleveland 000 000 110- 1 7 0 Washington 102 221 Hi- 1 14 fl Hand Lamti M) Farmer (5) Ballinger (7) and Fosse; Bosman (12- 16) and Billings. HRs: Bnlllmorg .000 110 5 fl I New York .000 100 5 Q McNally (id-5) and Elchebarren; Peterson (1-1-13) Ley (9) and Munson. HRs: (10) Powell Detroit OM 000 002 0- 2 9 1 Doslon 000 012 000 3 II 0 Tlmmerman, Scherman (7) WhillocH (-2) {91 and Freehan; Lonborg (9-7) fliitl SECOND Chicago .001 W 000-6 12 1 Oakland .010 100 2 12 3 John (13-15) Romo (7) and Eganj Odom Locker (5) Granl (fl) md Tcnace. HR: SNOW CLEAT TIRES ELRICH TIRE LTD, j COMPLETE TIRE SALES i SERVICE 40J til Avr South Mont ;