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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta --------Thursday, September 23, 1971 THE IETHBKIDGE HERAID 9 Keeling suffers shoulder separation They lined up and ran over us7 Duncan MONTREAL (CP) Mont- real Aloucttcs heal Calgary Slampeders 2IM1 in a Canadian Football League interlocking game Wednesday night and Cal- gary coach Jim Duncan said: "They lined up and ran over watching, Mont- NOT PART OF WHOOP-UP ACTION The thoroughbreds are at Whoop-Ups Downs Ihis week and again next Monday but this is not part of the aclion. This spectacular spill took place in England. Niether jockey nor horse were injured in the fall. Jewel on three winners first for this Fall Meet By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Writer Chalk up We d n e s d a y to Norm Jewell at Whoop Up Downs. The veteran jockey came up with Uie first three win after- noon thus far in the nine-day Fall Race Meet and included in his triple win afternoon was a victory in the featured eighth race. Jewell battled a [ive-horse field in the Magralh Citizens Day Handicap and was a clear winner over second place Bon- ny Airs. Actually Cariboo Red, ridden by Larry Wiseman had finish- ed second but was disqualified afler if was foiind he had fouled Delbcrt Rycrott, the jockey un Restless Dawn. The disqualification put Cari- boo Red in fourth spot, out of the money and moved Restless Dawn into third place. Second spot then belonged to Bonny Airs, with jockey Alvin McCau- ky up. The victory for Jewell earn- ed Charles Leavens, owner of Sea Lynn, Ihe purse. Lea- vens hails from Winnipeg. Sea Lynn paid 59.90 for a win ticket, to place and to show. Wednesday's claim of foul was the third such launched by Rycroft over the meet and each time Ihc stewards have ruled in his favor. Jewell's first win of the after- noon, that saw some fans wager was in the fifth as he guided Speedy Son home ahead of the pack. Jewell was followed across the finish line by Barbara Suitor and her mount Wayward Boy, to pay an Exactor of .550.60. Jewell completed his fine af- ternoon willi a win aboard Tra- der John in the skill race. Wednesday's Daily Double, a combination of Tom's Award in the first and Golden Foam in the second paid Rycroft rode Tom's Award while Butch Bourne piloted Golden Foam.- Larry Wiseman and Vem Watson combined in the third race as they brought Mr. Bill Dale and Like A Cheetah, home one-two respectively to pay an quinella. The quinella or, the ninth race, a payoff of saw Wise- Results 5500, cla 7 [urlonns Firsl mlng, 4 vear olds and up. Tom's Award (RycroU) 8.70 4.90 2.70 Mellowdale (Watson) 13.00 Berngsle IL. Wiseman) 2 a Time L5 Kniqhls Up, Squib, Flamble, J 1 m Bean, Carol's Bov also ran. Second 5500, claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs Golden Foam. (L. Wiseman) 5 PO 3.30 2.7D U Hope (Bourne) 12.BO 8.50 Famous Dayboy (Culhbertsonl 740 Time 4-5 Reqal Per, Pola AAoud, Boullque Belle, Pleasant Hour, Solid Symbol also ran. DOUBLE! m.n Third 1500, claiminq, 3 year olds and up, 5 furlongs Mr. Bill Dale (L. Wiseman) 8 RO 3.20 2.40 Like A chcclah (Walson) 2.80 2.30 Shock Troop (Shields) 2 80 Time -59 .1-5 Over-current, Gala Palh, Early Inn, Foolish Discretion, Swan Babe also man win Stove Pipe fol- lowed by Rycroft on Big Bambi. Highlight of the aftern o o n was Uie drawing ol 50 names slill in Ihe running for Ihe 000 first prize in Saturday's Ma. rion Williams Memorial Handi- cap, the feature race in the Southern Alberta Sweepstakes. All told are up for grabs in the sweeps. The names are listed on Page 10. us. With real linebackers blitzed the Cal- gary quarterbacks time and again. Terry Evanshen and Tom Pullen scored touchdowns for the Als and Justin Canale kicked four field goals and two converts. The only Calgary touchdown was scored by Ilerm Harrison. Larry Robinson kicked a field goal, a single and a convert. "They haven't shown as much blitz as they did said Duncan. "We knew they were, going to line up and come after us, but, frankly, didn't think they would blitz as much as they did." Duncan was unhappy with the way his offensive line handled the blitz "We didn't get ourselves in the right frame of mind to ac- cept the fact they were coming at us ,iiat hard." On one of the Als' sorties into the Calgary backfield late in the second quarter, first string quarterback Jerry Keeling was belted by a Montreal line- brcker. "Keeling's got a separated said a team trainer. "We Wjn't know how serious it is until we have x-rays taken." Rookie Jim Lindsey came in and threw a 24-yard TD strike to Harrison early in the fourth quarter. STAMPS LEAD EARLY The Stampeders took a 3-0 lead at of the opening quarter when Robinson booted his field goal from the Montreal Less than seven minutes later, Alouettes' quarterback Sonny Wade found Evanshen alone in the end zone and fired a 30-yard touchdown pass to the flanker. Late in the second quarter, Robinson kicked a 36-yard sin- gle on a wide field goal attempt, but Canale then came back after the Montreal drive stalled on the next series of plays and kicked a field goal. He added' his second field goal of the game with a second left in Ihe half, belting it 34-yards. The only scoring in the third quarter was a 30-yard pass from Bruce Van Ness to Tom Pullen. The pass hit Evanshcn's hand and deflected back to Pul- len, who ran in to score. m-y said Ilial Calgary may been looking past Montreal towards their game against the Ai'Konuts in Toronto this week- ronlo ;il all before Ibe game." But the Slampcders will start thinking about the Toronto game at today's practice, he said. "A lot of people said the Cal-! Btcbeverry said that halfback j gary-Toronto game was going to RACE By Willie Ketchum FRIDAY'S SELECTIONS FIRST RAC1S Claiming for Ihrce-ycar-olds and upward EXPORTA AND KINGS POO QUINELLA; }8.4B. Fourth S500, claiminq, 4 year olas and up, 5 furlongs Domfceq (Shields) K40 390 2.60 Khal's Charm (Hunt) 3.00 2.30 Quiet Ride IL. Wiseman) 3.50 Time 3-5 Abbey's Alibi, New Don Q, Call Me Sonny, Gale Norlh also ran. Fiflh claiming, 3 year olds and up, 7 furlongs Speedy Son (JcwHI) B to 3.70 Wayward Boy (Suitor) 620 3.50 Drcamin Demon (McCauley) 3.90 Time 3-5 Somolhing High, Dark Reason, French Bar, Greek Musketeer, a I si Ti'cck Scratch: Board Lane. ECACTOR SSO.iO Sixth 1500, 3 year old maidens 7 furlongs Trader John (Jewell) 30.30 4.10 Royal Rouser (McCauley) 3.10 2. JO Reserved Seal (Shields) 330 Time Miss Rouser, Waralion, Wariss, R, bin A Tiploe, Wee Tosca also ran. Seventh J500, claiming, A year olds and U, miles Another Indian (Suitor) 17 so 7 70 .1.20 Pence-Man (McCauley} 620 505 Magic Mink (Haynes) J.iO Time 25 RJdqpviPw Hope, Aurnol, Prercjuk lie, Fleet Brother also ran. Eighth 1500, claiming, 4 year olds and up, 5 furlongs Sea Lynn (Jewell) 19.90 4.50 Donny Airs (McCauley) .1.90 790 Restless Dawn (Rycroft) ?.fl0 Time 1-5 Cariboo Rod, Irish Colonel also ran. Ninth claiming, 4 year olds nnd up 7 lurlonps Stove "Pipe (L. Wiseman) flMO 3.60 2.