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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Six victories for brothers Larry, Dwayne The day belonged to Wiseman's r, THE HMAIB IS By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Writer When it wasn't Dwayne Wise- man in the winners circle Fri- day at Whoop-Up Downs it was Ms brother Larry. That's how it wont for six of Ihe eight races opening day of the 1972 Fall Race Meet. The brothers Wiseman chalked up six victories between them Fri- day in an impressive display of RACE By Willie Ketchum MONDAY'S SELECTIONS FIRST KACE Claiming for four year olds uai upward FIVE FURLONGS Anlla Can finally make It...........- Jake TIIB RaVe...............131 May no! quit loday Flying Enlcrpme Upset possibility Another Heed .................13! Plenly of early speed.......... Terry's Speed 119 Pest poslHon helps............. Grin Flu ....................1W be n PooJIefaKer..................m Slriclly a longshot SiUnt Btl....................121 Hard to figure here SECOND RACE 5500 Claiming for four year olds and upward SEVEN FURLONGS iding before a gathering of 1, jOO bettors. Dwayne led the way with four rips to the winners circle but lad to share Ihc spotlight with >rother Larry. One of Larry's :wo victories came in the fea- ,ured seventh race. The two brothers staged a stretch duel in the Valley Feed- ers feature race before Larry emerged victorious aboard Sun- Ight Run. Owned by J. B. Love of Cut- bank, Mont, and trained by Robert Smith, Sunlight Run led the race from the start only to lose the lead to Game Boy rid- den by Dwayne and Sea Lynn with Yves Baril up. The winner osine up with a strong late surge in the stretch and nipped Game Boy at tile wire. Paying to win Sunlight Run covered the five furlongs Race results El Cresse Go Go Glen Sunday Fleet Cupid's Darl Seal's Brolher Khaled U. Hope....... Symbaoe....... 119 Can run down ttie pace........ .114 StrlcUy 1he danger Threal on best races 119 Will have 1o be caught ,.U7 Threat on best races 117 Would pay a price.......- ..116 Doesn't (Ignre loday........... It4 WlHi laugher company in slow one minute, one-fifth seconds. The track record is 58.1 seconds set by Glorious Pete in the Fall Race Meet in Sept., of 1967. The track was heavy Friday after meet officials put on new top soil. Larry and Dwayne combined for the Daily double honors. Larry won the first race on Gay Grin while Dwayne piloted Wimple Street in the second. The double paid to 179 ticket holders. Dwayne's other victories came in the fourth on Miss Rouser, the sixth atop Marias Pas and the eighth on Monty Friday's biggest pay came in the third race when longshot Shady Merry finished first ahead of another longshot Grey Hope. Rod Haynes rode Shady Merry while Delbert Rycroft guided Grey Hope as the two gave 11 bettors a pay- off. Whirlagale to Prerequisite in the fifth paid an exactor of 30 while Monty B and Flying Jimmie made it a final quinella. THIRD RACE 5500 Claiming for three year olds SEVEN FURLONGS Canadian Breeu Hula Shirley's Scope..... Disls Jce Last Trust Chlno's Haydn Cclour Me Lucky Holy Minx Best of! recent form The one to bear Tah If Its muddy....... Dangerous agafrvM these Would bo an upser Dismal effort In last Chances seem slim Doesn't figure here FOURTH RACE Claiming for two year olds SEVEN FURLONGS Gallant Kin ___ Norm's MlslaVe Stormy Summer Hope You Hurry Jake's Jewell Baby Prize...... Twin's Shebs Joey's Arch 117 Should have no trouble 110 The mafn oopostlloo 110 Will be en The board ..........107 Perhaps e small ...........110 Hard to recommend-... ...........110 A lonoshot here ,...........no Prefers 1ws dlsrance ,.........1W Gers a tight welghl FIRST claiming, 3 and 4 year olds. 7 furlongs. Gay Grin CL. Wiseman] 16.30 4.30 3.20, Of Speed 'HaynwJ 3.70 3.DO, Shirley's Scope (D. Wiseman] 4.60. Time: VS. Blondleco, Robin A Tlpjoe, Prince km, Mlis Image, Handsome Arches ISO ran. SECOND claiming, 4 year olds up. furlongs.' Wimple SUeet (D. Wiseman) 3.20 2.20, Hopping Hope ults those from field goa range he made en route to n manager Sparky Anderson after his players won their sec- ond division title in three years. The 1972 Reds isn't quite the same team that won the Na- onal League jnjnnant two ears ago, agreed Rose. 'This year everybody was said Rose. "In 1970. ench and Bobby Tolan caried lie team." !NTJOYS VICTORY Joe Morgan, the Cincinnati second baseman obtained from he Astros over the winter, en- oyed the victory over his for- mer team-mates. I don't have any vendetta against said the di- minutive Morgan. "I just varied to beat Houston be- cause that's the quickest way to win the the second-place team." The Reds' triumph sets up a rematch in the league playoffs against Pittsburgh Pirates, their 1970 foes. The Pirates, who clinched the East Division lille Thursday night, defeated Montreal Expos 4-8 in a 12-in- ning contest Friday night. :ive-under-par second round. 66 in Friday's Among his six birdies were putts of 35, 30, 25 and 20 feet And he holed out a 108-yarc wedge shot for an eagle three on the 557-yard 12th hole. The 30-year-old Menne had 36-hole tola! of six unde par on the Crawforc County Country Club course and a one-stroke over Jim Col hert, veteran Dick Rhyan ant Sieve Oppermann, tied at 137 Rhyan and Colbert matched 68 and Oppermann had a 69. The half-dozen at 138 incluc eel Toronto's George Knudsen the winner here two years ago former U.S. Open title-holde OrvillG Moody, first-round leaf er Grier Jones, Larry Zeigler Dave Marad and Rockj Thompson. Gary Bowerman of Toronto with 140, and Ken Fulton Montreal at 144, also made th half-way cut for rounds today and Sunday. SPORTS FANS1 I BET YOU DIDN'T I KNOW by GARY KIRK KIRK'S TIRE SAIES LTD. Here's a football oddily It'i really omazing I I I I Smany quarterbacks in the Na- tional Foolball League loday have exactly in their last name For in- I stance, there's Joe Namath, John Unilas, ten Dowson, Bill I Nelson, Mike Phipps, Virgil Carter, John Huarte, George Blanda, John Bradie, Craig I Motion, Bab Gnese, Marty DC mres, Lynn Dickey, Sec If Ramsey, Bill Kilmer, Dick Shiner, Greg Londry, Bill Elsewhere, Philadelphia Phillies beat New York Mels 5- 4 in 11 innings, Braves fin-net! back San Diego Pactres 2-0 and Los Angeles Dodgers blanked San Francisco Giants 1-0 in 11 innings. Rain washed out a schedule contest between Chicago Cubs and St. Louis Cardinals, Title fights shaping up early NFL heads into second week By BIUICE i.owrrr Associated Press Sports Writer "When Detroit and Minnesota Vikings coach Bud Grant ones commented, "no- body wins. "It's just a matter of which team is ahead wixm the game ends." That comment, by the former coach of Winnipeg Blue Bomb- ers of the Western Football Conference, pretty much de- scribes tlie warfare that results from the collisions of these two powerhouses in the National Football Conference's Central Division. The last eight times, J Min- nesota has been ahead at tho end, and it's been those vic- tories that have paved the way to the Vikings' four straight divisional championships. At the moment, though, It's Yes You Can FINISH HIGH SCHOOL with our modern, correspondence courses YOU CAN COMPLETE ALL IfSSONS IN TIME AT HOME OH OH THE JOB, Certificate awarded. Sludenli may take General Program or Univeriify Entrance. Low monthly tuition. All booVl plied. FREE brochure and data supplied immediately. NATIONAL COLLEGE 424 61 h AVE. S.E., CAIGARY 269-8322 Ag< AddrMf......................... Phont AN ALL-CANADIAN COLLEGE (he Lions who are ahead. They beat New York Giants 30-16 in their opener while Minnesota lost 24-21 to Washington Red- skins, And Chicago Bears, like Min- nesota, will be out to even their record but the Bears ahve a formidable foe in Los Angeles Hams. Green Bay, currently sharing the Central lead with Detroit, surprised Cleveland Browns 26- 10 a week ago. This time tho Packers' defence will be by Oakland's always-dangerous Haiders. Sunday's olher games have Pittsburgh StceleTs at Cincin- nati Bengals, St. Louis Cardi. nals at Washington, Dallas Cowboys at New York Giants, New York Jets at Baltimore Colts, Houston Oilers at Miami Dolphins, San Francisco 49ers at Buffalo Bills, Cleveland at Philadelphia Eagles, Denver Broncos at San Diego Chargers and Atlanla Hawks at New England Patriots. night, New Orleans Saint'; host Kansas City Chiefs. The vikings have relied heav- ily on tehir running game tho last few Reed and Clint Jones cimbined for 134 yards against the Red- now they've got a apssing attack to go with it. Fran Tarkenton hit for a pair of touchdowns in his 18 com- pletions that netted 233 yards. BALANCED ATTACK The Lions, two, have both ground and erial attacks. Greg Landry threw only 17 passes last week but his nine com- pletions, three of them for touchdowns, resulted in 207 yards. Steve Owens ripped through the Giants for 113 yards, his best game as a pro. The Seal's found one brigl spot in last week's loss to At- lanta. Second-year running back Jim Harrison's 113 yards was the best by a Bear since Galo Sayers hit 100 yards four times in 19S9. Daryle Lamonlca, who lost his slatting quarterback job to Ken Stabler in Oakland's pre- season games, won it hack in a losing effort against Pittsburgh. NOW OPEN Boys' and Girls' SKATE EXCHANGE SHARPENED SHINED NEW LACES SANITIZED PAIR APPROX Attn. 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I when Giant manager Mel Ott had his pitcher wafk Bill f Nicholson of the Cubs with I the bases force I I Tn a run Nicholson was in a hot home run hitting I I streak ond Olt thought it was better up one run, than risk a NichoTson homer ond I I Four runs. I 1 bet you didn't know I Kirk's is one of Southern Alberta's largeit lire deal- ers. To our knowledga no I I other dealer purchases Tires in Carload Shipments I direct from the factory as I we do shipment, offer ship- Imonl, ycnr in and year oul. In faclr 90% of the Uniroyal tires we do pur' I I chase are shipped direct to us from Ihe Uniro oyal I are I I able to offer better buys I than most tiro dealers. It I jusf makes sense to buy tires from a volume deal- I ler don't you agree? See KIRK'S for Best Deal for Every Wheat KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. 1 I 811 I I "The lire Experts" Your UNIROYAL D-joler I 3 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU 1621 3rd S. I PHONE 327-5985 I FERNIE, 8.C. 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