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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Winds Had Effect On Horses Winner Gilmore Faced Photo Finish, Inquiry LEN FRIG ED DYCK IN ACTION SATURDAY len Frig and Ed Dyck will both see action Saturday evening in Taber when the Cal- gary Centennials meet Flin Flon Bombers in Western Canada Hockey action at nine o'clock. Frig is a former Lethbridge Sugar. King. Also in the Calgary line- up will be Dave Shardlow who last year played with the Sugar Kings. RACE By Willie Ketchum THURSDAY'S SELECTIONS FIRST HACE 5500 Claiming for three-year-olds and upward THREE FURLONGS SOME CLASS BRAE LOCH FLUME JANET'S SISTER SENATOR GREY NERVA MAJIC CORT CRAFTY CORPORAL Should get the done The main threat Has to be considered...... Best could take it all Bears some watching Might be the sleeper Can better this rating Post position hurts chances SECOND RACE S500 Claiming for three-year-olds and upward SEVEN FURLONGS Sliqhl margin In here 4 The One to beat DEFEND US EXPENSE CHEQUE STARSNIP TRUE TRUST PANCAKES SIS FAMOUS TERRY Should go well in here Chance for a share............. 2 Best would be threat........... 8 Not off recent efforts.......... 7 Unable fo recommend......... 5 Needs more Ihan the rail........ 1 THIRD RACE 5500 Claiming for three-year-olds and upward FIVE FURLONGS "flRBY STREET Has found the spot............. l OH MY HONEY Looms as the contender......... 2 Might overcome post........... 8 CRULY TOP Outside chance........... 3 ROXIE'S _REQUEST Might grab J chequn............ 4 Watch out for this one.......... 5 DIVIDEND TICKET RIPPER FAMOUS DOTTY Best needed in here Can't see this one FOURTH RACE S500 Claiming for (Iirec-year-olds and upward ONE MILE AND ONE-SIXTEENTH Can be a repeat winner......... 8 WILSON RAD.VA SfeWaTiV.-.-.-........I DRAW WEIGHT Best could take It III ROYAL TRAFFIC In capable hand! ANOTHER INDIAN................ Some good races PRAIRIE BLUE Not today APRIL WIND A longshot wilh these FIFTH RACE Claiming for three year olds 3 SILVER DANDY...... BEHI BEH! V SPEEDY SON LOLITA'S HOPE GAY STITCH SERENADE ALL A PUFF SEVEN FURLONGS Can vnake ammends here Has good Isle charge Good for the show money Chance for a share Outside possibility Will watch today........ Will be a price.......... SHADY SPRINGS Has shown little' SIXTH RACE Claiming for three-year-olds and upward ARTHUR D WHISTLING JILL DOC'S ROMAN FLEET FAY SUN FOGTA CHANFIELD BERMUDA LANE SEVEN FURLONGS Gets the call here.............. 6 should be well in here l A definite threat............... 8 Has good early foot 4 Might never be headed Some fair efforts..... Not In here LE TIQUE Some other 3 SEVENTH RACE S500 Lncicn Maynard Famvell Purse for three-year-olds and upward FIVE FURLONGS WEE CELTIC Good for another............... KLONDIKE DOLL They'll have to eaten her 3 KY ETERNAL.......... Speedandther.il POLISH ROD Capable of all 2 Can'! discount chances......... 4 HADASON Not In here..................... J EIGHTH RACE 5500 Claiming for three-year-olds and upward SEVEN FURLONGS iwion Seems well placed to score 1 TOM'S AWARD be COSe UD 1 "NNJ VAIN Can grab the-how money" e BLACK BURT Best would be threat 4 RINGO'S SISTER Price will be 3 FINE KID Can't see his one............. 7 TOWN DOG The odd good effort.............. 5 DOCTON Unknown quantity............ t BEST BET: Wee Celtic LONGSHOT: Senator Grey POST TIME: 2 P.M. Boys' and Girls' SKATE EXCHANGE SHARPENED SHINED NEW IACES SANITIZED 'AIR APPROX. C.C.M. VICTORIAVILLE HOCKEY STICKS Over 300 Dozen in AND UP of Tops wild Free Roll BERT MACS CYCLE ITD. 913 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3221 pen Thurs. Frl. Till 9 p.m. serving Soulh Alberta for over 30 years." Tickets On Sale Monday V ATLANTA (CP) Tickets for the heavyweight bout here be- I tween deposed champion Cas- sius Clay and Jerry Quarry will go on sale next Monday, pro- moters announced Tuesday. Ringside seats will cost The Oct. 26 match will be broadcast on closed circuit tele- vision and beamed to Europe via satellite, said state Senator teroy Johnson, one of the pro- moters. By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Writer Brian Cuthbertson, aboard Gilmore in the seventh race Tuesday, had to wilhtsand a photo finish and an inquiry be- fore he was awarded the fea- ture race. Cuthbertson guided the Har- lequin Ranch of Calgary's six- year-old speedster to the finish line just ahead of Little Beck, with hockey Gerry Kipling riding. The finish was close enough for a photo and while the picture was being devel- oped Kipling launched a foul claim against Cuthbertson. The photo showed Cuthbert- son had won by a nose while the films of the race failed to show any infraction and Gil- more wore the Montana Mara- thon Handicap blanket from the winner's circle. In winning Gilmore finished the mile and three-eighths in two minutes 22 and one-fifth seconds. The winner paid and WINDY DAY It wasn't the best day for racing as the winds howled but those who came to the races came to bet as the pari-mu- tuels hit just barely down from spent last year on the Tuesday. Racing continued today at two o'clock with nine races scheduled including the fea- tured Fort Macleod Queen's Hotel Handicap. A pair of jockeys suffered minor injuries Tuesday as the wind played havoc with a cou- ple of mounts. Alyin McCauley had the wind at his back as he attempted to move up along the rail in the first race aboard Tropical Treasure. The move proved to be an unwise one as McCauley and his mount both went over the infield fence but neither was seriously hurt. McCauley came back to ride later on in the card. McCauley's move threw the co-leaders, in the home stretch, off stride and allowed Sandy Shields on Sickles Queen to win the race, the first half of the daily double. Shields had been trailing both Moonlight Spirit and Den- ver Pete in the stretch but passed them after the McCaul- ey incident. BIG DOUBLE Sickles Queen combined with Firey Doll, ridden by Elijah Bourne, in the second race for a daily double cashed in on by 14 ticket holders. Bourne was the second jock- ey to be injured as he fell off the back of Iron Tony in the fourth race after the horse had passed the grandstand for the last time. He did not return af- ter injuring an ankle. In the third race, a quinella, Some Class, stormed around the track in 34.2 seconds, one fifth off the three furlongs rec- ord, to win. Gemelo Jig was second and 104 bettors earned on the combination. Knights Up, guided by Kip- ling, won the fifth race "and was followed across the finish line by Be There John, ridden iy McCauley, and paid a exactor. McCauley came back to win the eighth race aboard Hobos Delight. With Burmuda Line finishing second the pair set up a quinella for 129 bet- tors. Only his pride was hurt as Brian Cuthbertson was dumped by Newlynne in the paddock before the second race. He had trouble with his mount at the gate but came on strong for a second place finish. Resulls Tuesday from Whoop-Up Jowns: First 3-year-olds and up, 7 furlonqs Sickles Queen (shields! 8.SO 4.20 3.70, Moonllghl Spirit (Wiseman) 3.60 270 Denver Pefe (Glesbrecht) 2.50 Time: 3-5 By Mood, Counlation, Eva Dobbin, Tropical Treasure, Esprit's Son also ran. Second 3-yesr-oIds, 7 furlonas Fiery Doll (Bourne) 16.70 5.70 t.X, Newlynne (B. Cuthbertson) 3.10 310 Louis Alibi (Rycroft) 3.10. Time: 4.5 Bob Again, Where You Co, NBtf'j Hood, Count How Lucky, Lavy's Son also I DAILY DOUBLEl 60% ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVE: A MUFFLER FOR MOST CARS FREE INSTALLATION 10 MINUTi INSTALLATION LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUfFLIRS FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES All AT INUTB UFFLER Phone 328-8134 Third 3-year.olds and up, 3 furlongs Some Class (D. Wiseman? 4.90 3 40 2.50, Gemelo Jig (Giesbrechl) 6.60 3.70 Brae Loch (L. Wiseman) 2.90. Time: 34 2-5 Tudor Bay, Little Pablo, Naughty Dancer, Salan's Fire, Novatate also ran. QUINELLA: Fourth 3-year-olds and up, 1 1-16 miles Bright Valley (Giesbrechl) 13.80 6.50 Indian (Rycrolt) 5.40 3.20, Time: Fabison, Wilson Radlva, Night Shine, Desert Bunny, Iron Tony "also ran. Firm claiming 3-year-olds and un, 7 furlongs Knlghl's Up (Kipling) 12.60 3.80 2.70, Be There John (McCauley) 3.20 2 40, Fare Union (D. Wiseman) 3.00, Time: Valhello, Hurry Hally, Handsome Nero, Sharonita, Hitipper also ran EXACTOR; Sixth 3-year.olds and up, 7 furli igs Pete's Glory (Tobacco) 9.40 4.60 5.50, Roman Frost (L. Wiseman) 3.70 340 Rare Domingo (Rycrofl) 4.90. Time: Famouse Bay Boy, Val Scott, Sandy Beau, Wild Bruce, Made O'Wind also ran. Seventh claiming 3-year-olds and uo Ho miles Gilmore (B. Cuthbertson) 10.00 5.90 3.40, Little Beck (Klplinti) 4.90 3.20, Aurnoi (L. Wiseman) 3.00. Time: 1-5 Glylng Jimmy, Northern Emperor, Mom.enfarlly, Magic Mink, Pleas o n t Hour also ran. Eighth claiming, 3-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs Hobos. Delight (McCauley) 4.20 2.90, Bermuda Lane (Tobbaco) 6.60 fi.00, Simalo (B. Cuthberfson) 7.50. Time: 2-5 Gafun, Chanfield, Wings Of Silver, roud Nylon, Quarry Point also ran. QUINELLA: -Wednesday, Soplombtr J3, 1970 THE LCTHBRIDGE HERALD 15 ANDY CAPP l'LL ASK 'IM IF I CAM PACK THIS WHAT AM i WORRYINS NC bELICATE QUESTIONS BETWEEN HUSBAN WIFE 'AVE r BE CAREFUL PUT IT- t'S1 --.'.asS ON SALE CA I I DIIITC SSPT M.M.OA BIU rALL BUTS FLANNEL GOWNS 1.47 THUHS. Ffil. SAT. Two styles! Short types with elbow lengtn sleeves. Dainty prints. Women's S-M-L. POLYESTER HOUSECOAT 2.98 Girls' 2-6X! Quilted style warmly lined with kodel litre fill! Super Pink, Marina. SH5RT BIOUSE 199 THUns. FRI. SAT. f f Three styles! All with long sleeves, white, Blue, Berry, Green, Gold, Copper. Misses' assorted sizes. OUR REGULAR PRICE 4.97 THURS. FBI. SAT. Quilted with polyester fibre fill and lace trim. Super Slue, Marine Blue, Mint, Mauve. Misses' S-M-L. SHADOW BAN BULBS C.S.E.-SOorlOO WattlAKresga value buy! EARTHEN CHINA MUGS FRI. SAT. ACRYLIC FUR HOODS OUR REGULAR PRICE 3.33 Women's lined styles with button and loop closing. Assorted colors. 2.77 PACKAGED BRUSH HAIR ROLLERS 97c Pkg. KRESFAIR BLANKET OUR REGULAR PRICE 3.99 Viscose blended blanket 72" X 84" Is satin bound! Gorgeous selection of colors. THURS. FRI. SAT. 9" TWINKLE TOBDIER BOLLS FINE QUALITY TOOLS Import values for the homa urorkshop! Pianes, Pliers, Screwdrivers, Wrench Sels, Hammers many moia to choose from. HOCKEY STICKS THURS. FRf. SAT. LOOSE LEAF REFILLS 200 SHEETS WIDE AND NARROW. RULED AND MARGIN. KRESGE PRICE 66c PRESTONE ANII-FREEZE KRESGE PRICE GAL. BOYS' FUU FASHIONED HAND LOOMED SWEATER PULLOVERS long Sleeves Sizes 8-14. KRESGE PRICE LADIES' FULL FASHIONED V-NECK OR CREW NECK PULLOVERS KRESGE PRICE COTTON "COOL WEATHER" COMFORTERS Approx. KRESGE PRICE 7 7. FINE ENGLISH WHITE HEATHER CHOCOLATES KRESGE PRICE Lb. ;