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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE September PUERTO VALLARTA MEXICO 13 from per double occupancy Airfare Calgary Puerto Vallarta raturn, Accomodatlon, many For contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 Herald- Sports Whoop-Up Downs Selections MONDAY'S SELECTIONS FIRST RACE claiming for 3 year 4 up Buster Kid ...................121 Carbon County............... 121 Mr. Marsh.................... 121 Speedy Kim 118 Ta Tayette.................... 113 Jo D Rae..................... 124 R. U. Super 119 Missyway..................... 116 speed and the rail the danger the class not too speedy good rider......... shows speed not today.......... temperamental sort FIVE FURLONGS .1 .4 ..7 ..2 ..3 ..5 ..6 SECOND RACE S600, claiming for 3 year olds up SEVEN FURLONGS Star Ship 124 one more chance.................2 Delegado.....................124 improving every start.............7 Smart Bet....................124 Expanding.................... 119 Mr Rideabout 124 Wee Tosca 121 Bet A Bob.................... 121 Espirit de Speed.............. 121 THIRD RACE S600, claiming tor 3 year olds up SEVEN FURLONGS can win right back ...............6 the danger ......................2 Inspector says she'll win..........8 okay at a price ..................1 the danger ......................3 one more chance improving every start. might be might upset running good........ has to run........... might be okay....... may be there........ 1 3 4 5 6 Caribou Trail.................113 Brian T ......................121 Joannie Pie ..................121 Speeds Beauty 113 Roly Minx 121 El Halcon..................... 116 will watch .......................4 Island Master................. 124 could be faster ..................5 Flmtstone..................... 121 indifferent sort...................7 FOURTH RACE S600, claiming for 3 and 4 year old maidens ABOUT FIVE FURLONGS Copper Dan..................119 best of the bunch................2 Warship Eagle................114 post helps.......................1 YOU CERTAINLV DON'T LOOK IT.' 'OW OLD DO VOUTHINKlAM? VQUMINO THAT BLOKECAN -L A WOMAN'S SECONDS-AN GENERALLV Son Of Polished Point Lady Whirlago 119 to run 8 FIFTH RACE S600, claiming for 3 year olds up ABOUT FIVE FURLONGS McCauley came back to take feature Tiz A Putt....................121 the one to beat Twins Sheba .................121 running good Wilysabie.....................111 bankers pride Silent Stream................. 106 could upset..... Flee! Nickel................... 118 speedy sort..... Fix Lady...................... 121 scratch......... Miss Easter Day 111 no Mary's Fancy 118 tired .....4 .....8 .....7 ...........1 ...........2 ...........3 ...........5 ...........6 SIXTH RACE claiming for 3 year old maidens ABOUT FIVE FURLONGS just missed in last one rail helps................ Stromtree....................113 Wild Rouser..................117 Iblis................. Tommy Two Bits..... Suntime Girl........, Ce Ja Triple Charm 114 119 111 119 119 could show...... nice name...... sometime doubt it not too charming ...2 .1 ...5 ...3 .4 ..6 .7 SEVENTH RACE claiming for 3 year olds up BANQUET KNIGHT FAREWELL ABOUT FIVE FURLONGS Mr. Bill Dale .................119 wire to wire......................2 River Hawk...................121 much the best.................. 7 Banquet Knight...............124 Chino's Haydn........... Tapparatus.............. Ryslo Flying Exit Old Fort 121 121 .118 116 121 wire to wire. much the best hope he wins not today....... speedy sort..... in too tough will exit......... wide at first turn .1 .3 .4 ..5 ..6 Fire Line.....................119 Jet Courier...................124 Bay Parader..................116 FleetingBar................... 121 Alchard 121 Gay Stilch................... 118 Here Comes Cookie..........121 Quillation........... 121 NINTH RACE EIGHTH RACE S600, claiming lor 3 year olds up ONE MILE Ye pretty tough .....................5 will be in the lead................6 could win........................7 running good....................1 dangerous.......................2 real tough .......................3 pretty tough .....................4 qood form.......................8 S600, claiming 3 year olds up ONE MILE 1-16 old rnare running good...........5 the danger ......................6 could win it all...................8 can't trust him ...................1 bad form........................2 rid .............................3 no ............................4 shows little ......................7 Meo Class 116 Mister Bountiful 121 Buzzing Kahl................. 116 Last Trust 121 Nipawin 121 sickles Queen 121 Grimier 121 Blaze of Speed 121 Alvin McCauley came right back Friday to win his fourth feature race of the current Whoop-Up Downs Fall Race Meet. McCauley. the runaway leader for jockey honors, was set down after winning Thur- sday's feature for an errant slap with his whip in the homestretch. Friday, however. McCauley was not to be denied as he guided Just Affair to the win in the seven-horse field. White Fleet, with Mark Jensen in the saddle, tried to give McCauley a battle but his efforts were in vain as Just Affair won by six lengths for Owner Al Robinson and trainer Don Rees of Calgary. Shady Valley set the early pace but finished out of the money after the surge by Just Affair and White Fleet.'Third was Chino's Annie. Friday's mutuel handle reached" down from in 1972. However, a pair of four-horse races were the cause of the drop. A unique event is scheduled during Monday's running of the ponies at Lethbridge Whoop-Up Downs. Following the sixth race, a special trophy will be presented, honoring the retirement of one Bowling Scores CAPRI BOWL J.C.C.A. Sandy Shigehiro 232. Sumi Medoruma 244. Tom Hirashima 250. Tom Medoruma 246. Betty Tomiyama 223. Sunao Ayukawa 236. Masa Gbshinmon 257 Shig Goshinmon 249 Rena Tanaka 266. Mike Tobo 281 Ryo Nagata 324 Nish Chaki 234, Ken Kamitomo 241. Tak Katakami 253. NU MODE HOMES Joyce Filan 256. Marge When it comes to Caring for your car It's not what you Know, it's who You know! McLaughlin 235. Erna Richter 254. Connie Scott 291. Erma McGuire 250 Chris Ell 281 Laverne Schow 243. Eira Arisman 234. Linda Aspeslet 240. Joyce Brand 269 Rietta Lazaruk 285 SENIOR CITIZENS (THURS.) Ted Haszard 219. Ann O'Neil 202. Henry Bechthold 221. C Van Wyk 211 SUNDQUIST CONST. Dorothy Sorensen 277 Eileen Carter 257, Marion McNeely 298 Marge Koole 272. Doris. Wickers 241. Shirley McLellan 272. Mae Popma 232 Dorothy Anderson 236. Bunny Anderson 246. Heather Barnes 243, Marie Smith 232 of Southern Alberta's favorite horses Banquet Knight. Owned by the Dunham fami- ly of Vulcan since 1969, the popular chestnut gelding has been a crowd-pleaser from the start of his career in Van- couver in 1964. and has become almost a fixture in the Southern Alberta racing cir- cuit. A true competitor, he could always be counted on to run a good race, frequently in the money. But win or lose. Banquet Knight gave his all, everytime. His name will never be found in the Hall of Fame up there with the Secretariats, but he'll be Longhorns will meet Kimberley Lethbridge Longhorns, preparing for their initial season in the Alberta Junior Hockey League, will get their first taste of action Sunday afternoon. Henderson Lake Ice Centre will be the scene of play as Stan Maxwell takes his charges out on to the ice against a junior club from Kimberley, B.C. Longhorns are the newest entry in the six-team Alberta league having replaced the Lethbridge Sugar Kings who were forced to fold operations. While coach Maxwell isn't promising any first-term miracles he is confident his club will be loaded with hustle. "We'll play an entertaining brand of hockey, don't worry about that." Sunday will be the first dis- play of hustle by the locals. Norbridge 66 740 23rd St. North Phone 327-6766 Open a.m. to p.m. Martin Hudecek, who has been serving the Lethbridge area for the past 15 years, is the newly- appointed lessee at Norbridge 66. Martin would like to introduce you to quality Pacific Petroleum products and quick courteous service. Stampede Wrestling Exhibition Pavilion Mon., Sept. 24, p.m. Texas Death Tag Team Match Atlas Kroffat vs Hayes Ramirez Morowski vs vs Tomasso 5 Big Bouts, 16 TV Wrestlers, Watch Stampede Wrestling on CJOC-TV Rely on Martin and his staff for: Mechanical Repairs Repairs Firestone Tires Parts and Accessories J Reward Yourself now by visiting and thinking of your future retirement or summer leisure at British Columbias fin- est properities 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 Per 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 remembered as one of the most consistent and reliable entries on the Lethbridge track. This is the last meet for the great old warrior. Before he heads for green pastures, the Lethbridge and District Ex- hibition felt that both Banquet Knight and his owners should be recognized and it is hoped all racing fans will take time to pay a warm tribute to a real thoroughbred. FIRST claiming. 4 year olds and up, 5 furlongs. Majestic Eddie (Watson) 13.20 5.60 5.40. Blue Mustango (Wiseman) 10 20 7.90. Wee Tosca (Clark) 5.40. Time: 1-5. Blue Twist. Ryslo, Ta Tayette, Reserved Speed. Swing Leader also ran. SECOND S600. claiming. 3 and 4 year old maidens. 7 furlongs. Tommy Two Bits (Baril) 11.90 3.00 2.50. Suntime Girl (McCauley) 2.40 2.30. June Rouser (Ollive) 2.50. Time: 4-5. Triple Charm, La Sonata. Ce Ja, Miss Wilson. Son Of Lathum also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: THIRD S600. claiming, 3 year olds and up, 7 furlongs. Big Edge (Suitor) 5.30 3.90 2.60. Speed's Beauty (Haynes) 5.50 3.70. Star Snip (Simpson) 3.20. Time: 3-5. Maris Pass, Boy Brush. Mary's Fancy. Barb's Luck also ran. QUINELLA: FOURTH S600. allowance, 2 year olds. 5 furlongs. Stranger Luck (Ollive) 3.00 2.10, Acrobat Boy (Clark) 2.50. (No show betting) Time: 4-5. Marsha's Venture, Chocolate Miss. Gypsy's Freedom also ran. FIFTH S600. claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs. Fleeting Bar (Watson) 15.60 6.10 5.10. Mr. Marsh (Wiseman) 7.00 3.90. Island Master (McCauley) 3.40. Time: 4-5. Flying Exit, Joannie Pie. Sickle's Queen. Allie Of Remorse. Super Quill also ran. EXACTOR: S87.10. SIXTH S600. claiming. 3 year olds and up. 1 1-16 miles. Canalta Rocky (Wiseman) 4.20 2.90. Missy Way (Haynes) 3.80. (No show betting) Time: 4-5. Meo Class. Joey's Arch also ran. SEVENTH S700. claiming. 3 year olds, 7 furlongs. Just Affair (McCauley) 4.70 3.70 White Fleet (Jensen) 11.706.40, Chino's Annie (Wisernan) 3.30. Time: 1-5. Winter Field. Shady Valley. Beau Tango, Grey Hope also ran. EIGHTH S600. claiming. 3 and 4 year old maidens. 7 furlongs. Angie Sue (Niblett) 9.60 4.10 3.20. Fabienne (Suitor) 6.40 4.80, Majestic Rule (Watson) 5.50. Time: 1-5. Spur Match. Lady Whirlago. Wild Rouser. Compelling Last, Plished Point also ran. OUINELLA: LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Level 7th Shopping Mall Lethbrldoe, Alberta Phone (403) 328-7411 S.C.M. TYPEWRITERS Mets are on top, Expos lose again By The ASSOCIATED PRESS New York Mets soared into first place 'in the National League East Division Friday night on a wing and a prayer and several hard-hit baseballs. The wing was Tom Seaver's right arm which held the touted Pittsburgh offence to one triple and four singles. The prayer came from shortstop Bud Harrelson who kept chanting, "We've got to keep winning, we've just got to keep winning. There are still five teams in this thing. We've got to keep winning." Cleon Jones, Jerry Grote, John Milner, Wayne Garrett and Rusty Staub accounted for the hardest of New York's 13 base hits in a 10-2 victory. It was the fourth straight New York triumph over Pitts- burgh and vaulted the Mets into first place for the first time since May 2. Their lead is less than secure, however, as four other clubs are within 2'-z games of the top. EXPOS 1'2 BACK The Pirates are one-half game back, third-place St. Louis Cardinals are one game behind, fourth-place Montreal Expos are games off the pace and fifth-place Chicago Cubs are games back. The Cardinals clubbed Philadelphia Phillies 12-3, the Cubs topped the Expos 3-1, Cincinnati Reds beat Los Angeles Dodgers 4-1 in 12 in- nings and San Diego Padres split a pair with San Francisco Giants, the Padres winning 3-1 and losing 7-2, in other National League games. The Mets' rise to the top was witnessed by the largest Shea Stadium crowd of the noisy of whom arrived late due to a giant traffic jam outside the park. Those who got there early saw the Mets score four times in the first inning with Jones and Grote driving in two runs apiece with doubles. Milner, Garrett and Staub added home runs later as six Pirate pitchers got into the action. Seaver's mound opponent was Steve Blass, suffering through a 3-9 season. Blass sounded like a was throwing good stuff, I had my lasted just 2-3 of an inning. Seaver sounded like a was struggling all the way. I didn't really have good struck out eight batters en route to his against 10 losses. NOT SURPRISED Met Manager Yogi Berra, whose job was reportedly in jeopardy not long ago, said he wasn't surprised by his club's dramatic rise from last to first. "I never thought we were really out of said Berra. "You're never out of it until it's mathematical." Billy Martin left a record- setting left-hander in Detroit, but don't feel sorry for the new Texas Ranger manager. He thinks he's found another one in Texas. And the best thing about the left arm in Texas is that it's only 18-years-old. John Hiller, attached to the arm Martin waved in so often when he managed Detroit ear- lier this season, recorded his 38th save to set a major league record in Detroit Tigers' 5-1 victory over Boston Red Sox Friday night. And David Clyde, owner of the teen-age arm Martin's pencil introduced into Friday night's starting lineup, came within one out of his first ma- jor league complete game despite the Rangers' 6-1 loss to California Angels. In. other games in the American League, Minnesota Twins knocked off Oakland A's 8-3: Baltimore Orioles beat Milwaukee Brewers 7-4 and Chicago White Sox nipped Kansas City Royals 6-5 in 12 innings. Orr won't leave NHL MONCTON, N.B. (CP) Bobby Orr doesn't want to play in the WHA. In an interview prior to Fri- day night's NHL pre-season game with Montreal Canadiens, the Boston Bruins superstar said, "I would hope I would never go into the WHA." "I want to stay in Boston. We have been trying to put an addition on to my he said. Orr said he had three years left on his present contract and "would like a few more years on it." "The WHA gave me a figure of what they would pay me, but I just don't want to go to the WHA.... But you never know." It has been reported the Bruins want to renegotiate his contract to keep his services for the next 10 years. But Orr's lawyer. Alan Eagleson, said he was planning to cir- culate a letter to every WHA team saying Orr would be available'after Sept. CITES LIKELY FIGURE Eagleson said the Bruins wanted to extend Orr's contract another seven years to 1983. He also said that a million to million contract to Orr would not be un- realistic. During the interview, Orr said he thought Montreal goal- tender Ken Dryden. who an- nounced his retirement last week, was "very serious" about his law career. Dryden, who said he was un- derpaid by the Canadiens, said he thought he would article with a Toronto law firm for one year. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES New York Pittsburgh St. Louis Montreal Chicago Philadelphia NATIONAL LEAGUE East W L Pet. GBL 77 77 .500 75 76 .497 76 78 .494 1 78 .490 79 .484 86 .442 9 Cincinnati Los Angeles San Francisco Houston Atlanta San Diego 75 74 68 West 94 90 84 78 73 57 59 .614 64 .584 69 .549 77 .503 82 .471 96 .373 4'A 10 17 22 37 Opening Soon In College Mall MEN'S FASHIONS Featuring 'FIRTH CLOTHES' TODAY'S GAMES Pittsburgh Kison (2-0) at Montreal Moore (7-16) St. Louis Cleveland (13-9) at New York Matlack (13-15) Chicago Pappas (7-12) at Philadelphia Twitched (13-9) Cincinnati Gullet! (18-8) at Los Angeles Sutton (17-9) Atlanta Morton (13-10) at Houston Wilson (11-15) San Diego Arlin (11-13) at San Francisco Marichal (10-14) FIRDAY'S RESULTS NATIONAL LEAGUE Montreal 000 001 11 1 Chicago 010 100 01 7 0 Rogers Taylor (7) and Boc- cabella; Hooton Locker (8) and Hundley. Rudolph HR: Pitts 020 ODO 251 New York 402 001 13 0 Blass Zachary (1) Morlan (3) Johnson (5) Giusti (7) Poor (7) Lamb (8) and May; Seaver (18-10) and Grote. HRs: (23) Garrett (14) Staub FIRST San Diego 000 003 6 0 San Fran 000 000 S 0 Greif Cardwell (8) and Kendall: Barr McMahon Moffitt (9) and Rader. HR: SECOND San Diego 010 000 4 0 San Fran 300 002 11 8 1 Jones Romo (7) and Corrales; D'Acquisto (1-0; and Sade.k. HRs: (18) Licklrar Cincinnati 000 000 001 15 0 Angeles 010 000 000 6 0 Billingham, Hall (8-5) (7) Carroll (10) Grimsley (9) Borbon (9) and Plummer: Osteen Hough (10) and Ferguson. HRs: (4) Perez MINI MARKET Across from St. Michael's Hospital OPEN 11A.M. T011 P.M. We carry a full line of Schweppes Mixes and Confectionery Goods St. Louis 100 113 17 0 Phila 000 300 382 Wise (14-12) and Simmons; Lonborg Wallace (7) Dirorio (7) Wilson (8) and Boone. HRs: Pha Schmidt AMERICAN LEAGUE East W L Pet. GBL Baltimore 91 62 .595 Boston 83 70 .542 8 Detroit 81 72 .529 10 New York 75 78 .490 16 Milwaukee 72 81 .471 19 Cleveland 67 86 .438 24 West Oakland 90 64 .584 Kansas City 83 70 .542 Minnesota 76 77 .497 13''i Chicago 74 79 .484 California 73 80 .477 Texas 54 100 .351 36 TODAY'S GAMES Baltimore Cuellar (16-13) at Milwaukee Colborn (19-10) Boston Lee (17-9) at Detroit Lolich (15-14) California May (7-15) at Minnesota Blyleven (18-16) New York Peterson (8-15) or Dobson (8-7) at Cleveland Perry (18- 19) Texas Siebert (7-12) at Kansas City Fitzmorris (8-2) Oakland Hunter (20-4) at Chicago Bahnsen (18-19) FRIDAY'S RESULTS Oakland 000 001 6 0 Minnesota 050 110 12 0 Holtzman Lindblad Abbott Hamilton (7) and Fosse: Corbin (7-5) and Borgman. Boston 100 000 6 1 Detroit 200 012 9 1 Moret Pole (6) and Fisk; Perry (14-12) Hiller (6) and Freehan. HRs: Sharon Chicago 210 000 200 18 0 Kan City 023 000 000 113 Kaat. Stone Gossage Frail- ing Acosta (10-6) (10) and Brinkman. Downing Simpson. Hoerner Bird Drago (12-14) (10) and Martinez, Taylor Healy Kirkpatrick HR- California 012 000 10 0 Texas 000 000 4 3 Hand Monteagudo (8) and Stephenson; Clyde Allen (9) and Billings. Baltimore 11 1 Milwaukee 81 Cuellar Reynolds (7) and Etchebarren: Champion Rodriguez Velazquez Sprague (8) and Moore. HR: SEIBERLING G78-4 PLY POLYESTER TIRES 26 .95 Each ELRICH TIRES LTD. "YOUR FIRESTONE DEALER" COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE 4021st Ave. South Phone 327-6886 or 327-4445 ;