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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta JO THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Fiidny, September 24, 1971 Dodgers not given much chance Giants edge closer to flag ANDY CAPP Ily Till! ASSOCIATED PRESS i i jusL a week to go in the nervous National league Wcsl ision race, it appears Los Angeles Dodgers need more than T giant effort to ealch San Fnncisc'O Gianls. 'T don't think Los Angeles can os'crcumc Ihcir said Houston inamigcr Harry Walker afctr llic Giants knocked off his Aslros 2-1 Thursday night and took a reasonably-comfortable three-game load. In the other NL games, Pitts- burgh Pirates bounced St. Louis Cardinals 5-0; New York Mcts beat Chicago Cubs 5-4 and Phil- adelphia Phillies tripped Mont- real Expos (i-l Chicago White Sox while- SIGN OF THE TIMES As Houston AsMos' manager Harry (the Hat) Walker gels a lecture on a third strike call by the home plale umpire a couple of fans put up a sign in right field. The game Thursday marked the last home game for the Astros Ihis season. Pickups liot for Richmond NEW WESTMINSTER, B C. (CP) Reinforcements from other Pacific Coast Junior A la- crosse lenguc learns played Ihe major role in Richmond Road- Royals play last match LcUibridge Royals soccer club TnJl wLid up a successful season this Sunday with their last scheduled game. Royals, who last Sunday edged Calgary Croatia 1-0 as John Slropnik scored the lone markrr, will play host to Cal- gajy Hungaria at the Civic Centre at one. This year, besides winning two soccer tournaments, t h e Hoyals stand a good chance of finishing second in the power- ful eight-team Calgary Inter- city League. A win Sunday- would put them in a good posi- tion to finish in the runner-up spot. Meanwhile Hie Lelhhridge Minor Soccer League All-Stars will host the Calgary Willow Park soccer club on Sunday af- ternoon. Game time is set for 3 p.m. at the Civic Centre. runners' victory in the Canadian junior lacrosse finals for the Minto Cup. Wall Weaver ot New West- minster Junior Salmonbellies was Richmond's big gun Thurs- day night, scoring six goals as the Roadrunrjers defeated Pe- terborough PCOs 13-11 in over- time to lake the best-of-seven series four games lo three. Three of his goals came in the Richmond rally that forced overtime play and two more were in the overtime period. Weaver was the Lop scorer in western junior lacrosse this year "The pickups beat Peter- borough coach Ben Floyd said. "They never would have won without that goalie and that guy who scored six goals." Boh Tasker, one of three brothers in the Richmond lineup, scored four goals, in- cluding the final one in over- lime into an open net. Brothers Brian and Dave had one each, with Dave adding five assists. Bob Holmes got the other Road- runner goal. For the PCO's, John Grant scored four times and Terry Hughes twice. Bob Wasson, Steve Pliinkell. Jim Wasson, Johnston and Peter Guerin got the other Peterborough goals. Moore's Esso Service Cor. 3rd Ave. and Mayor Magrath Drive OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY YOUR ONE STOP SERVICE CENTRE Imperial Oil Prnducls Ammunition lca Alias Producli Stereo TariGj Bar-B-Q Suppliet WE ARE NOW AGENTS FOR HERTZ RENT-A-CAR DON'T FORGET WE HAVE HUNTING LICENCE AMMUNITION PROPANE BOTTLES FILLED MOORE'S ESSO SERVICE Corner 3rd Avenue and Mayer Magralh Drivo Phono 327-1046 from 8 a.m. lo 5 Licemod Mechanic On Duly Monday thru Friday. Dipple, McCauley enjoy lots of success Tliursday liy PAT SULLIVAN licrald Sporls U'ritcr IVaincr Fred Dipple of Cal- gary and jockey Alvin McCaul- ey shared [he spotlight Thurs- day as day number sis of Hie Fall Race "Meet at Wlioop Up Downs went by the boards. Three days are left in this year's edition of the annual RACE SELECTIONS By Willie Kefchum SATURDAY'S SELECTIONS FFRST .RACE Claiming lor lonr-ycar-olds nnd upward FIVE FURLONGS WAYWARD BOY, Suilor .......117 Looks easily besi PRAIRIE DEW, Shields ".114 Very dangerous loday........ GOODIE BAR, Bflril 1U Has early speed ALIBI, Hunl 115 Improvement required.......... TURK'S CLASSIC, J. MacDonald 122 Ones had ability PARKBALL LILA, Jewell .....116 A longshol today............ r-LEET ATOM, Bourne.......115 would pay a good price SDCOND JIAt'E Claiming for fmir-yrar-nlils inul upward "SEVEN FUHLO.NGS TIMOLENE, Jewell ...........m play SOUIB, HaynPS 119 Vnry danaerous here........... DOUBLE MEMORY, Hunt II? Chance (or n sharp ARTHUR D, D. Wiseman H9 Has some early GALE NORTH, Rycroft 116 Improvement required ESPIRIT DE SPEED, Bourne Hi A longshol loday SCAT'S BROTHER, Suitor 117 Hard to recommend THIRD RACE Claiming for ilircc-ycar-old maidens FIVE FURLONGS ROYAL ROU5ER, McCauley SPIRIT N SPEED, Haynes RETURN'S MAD, Watson STAGE LEFT, D. Wiseman MOORGATE, Rycroft HIGH TENOR, Baril HOME EC, L. Wiseman FLASH CHAMP, Bourne 11T Besi despile rtcit 117 Has rarly speed 119 Should be close loday IU Worked well this spring 117 Disappoinlmenl lo date Will be a longshol 119 Unknown guanHly 112 Would be a surprise FOURTH RACE 51.000 Claiming for Ihroc- and foiir-vrar-nld maidens SEVEN FURLONGS MISS RDUSER, Hfiyncs ......114 An easy ELAINE'S BEAUTY, Cuthberlson 117 The only Ihrea LUSTROUS LU, Shields NED'S HOOD, Bourno GYPSY JO MAC, Rye WARATION, Bsril FOXY SAITO, Hunl RAPAJIE GIRL, Suilor 110 Won't be far'back il-i Could be 1he sleeper 119 Expec1 vast improver 112 Had excuses In lasi 1M Would be an ucsel 10? A longshof In here FIFTH RACE Claiming for four-year-olds and upward l'.H MILES COMMON MARKET, Shields GAFUN, D. Wiseman LE TIOUE, L. Wiseman PRIDDIS DANDY, Hunt DARK MEMORY, Rycroft ROCK N WIND, Baril DOUBLE HEELS, Haynes WILSON RADIVA, Jensen 11? 122 122 Gels Hie call ioday The one lo beat A strong contender Touqh on races 112 Capable ot upsetting 113 Chance at a price ___ 120 Would be an upset 112 Surprises on occasion SIXTH RACE lo Claiming for Ihrcc-ycar-nlds SEVEN FURLONGS SOME HAND, D. Wiseman 1U Should handle lliesc MUSIC TO MY EARS, Hunt 114 The one to beat LORD HAIRY, Rycroft ........114 Will come n-charginp, HOPPING HOPE, Walson ......119 Chance to upset LUSTROUS STAR, McCauley in? Wllh tssl co.-npany SUMBAOE, Shields.........109 Stepping up in class PRIDE OF MAO'S, Culhberlson 119 Would be an upsel WELCOME GLORY, Tobacco 11-1 Price will be righl SEVENTH RACE lo Claiming for three-year-olds and upward i MILES WEST WIND GALr Hunt.......114 Speed enough In steel il........ FIRE LINE, J FERMENT, Shields LAW BOSS, McCauley DIDDLE, L. Wiseman ;PARROWHAWK, Tobacco The only danger 117 Tough on besi races no Chance for a share .117 Musi be considered tough spot FOOLISH DESCRETION, Badly overmatched' EIGHTH RACE Fuse added Marion Williams Memorial Handicap MILES NORTHERN MISSION, Shields llB Class of the race EL HALCON, Hunl ignore lasl race; dangerous WHIRLAGALE, RycroM us A powerful conlender SHORT STEAM, L Wiseman 107 Thrcal at Ihe welqhls ROSIE'S STEEL, NO Boy 116 Threat on besi ufforl DARK STAR'S GIRL, McCauIcy 115 Vasl Improvement needed SPARROWHAWK. Tobacco.....11? Thrso are too lough JUN1E MOON, No boy 149 Some olher time NINTH RACE Claiming for four-year-olds and upward SEVEN FURLONGS TINY'S KING, Hunl IRISH COLONEL, L. Wisema OVER CURRENT, Shields DANCE WITH ALL Hayms Can lead all the way Down where he's lough Fair chance today 132 Can sho'.v improvement MORNING MASTER, D. Wiseman 1U Last race was good SMOLDERING EMBERS, Rycrolt 1H Return lo Form needed PLUE TWIST, Culhbcrtion ......116 Would nay a good prlc? POST TIME 2 P.M. REST -RKT-. NORTHERN MISSION LGNGSHOT NED'S HOOD LETHBRIDGE RACE MEET RACING DAYS TODAY thru WON. September 27th LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION TRACK p.m. EACH DAY Pari-Mutuel Betting meet now in its 11th year. Dipple and McCauley made llungs interesting for some bettors as they combined for a pair of wins working together as well as finding the winners circle once on their own. The Dipple McCauley com- bination got together first in the second race ol the day as they joined forces lo bring Pixie Belle home ahead of the pack. The fourth race of the day s.vv the two combine with Blessed Hour just one race be- fore Don Hunl brought Dipple's colt Priddis Dandy home first. McCauley's other triumph came in the last race of the iifLernoon. the eighth, aboard Cosmic Kid. While Dipple and McCauley shared most of the limelight a portion of it fell on j o c k P y Larry Wiseman. Wiseman marie Uie Marshall Willard Stables of Milo happy as he rode HelLzi lo victory in the featured seventh race. Hell- zi and Wiseman survived a photo finish with Front Desk ridden by Hunt. Hellzi paid owner Willard the ?700 purse for the victory in the Fort Macleod Auction Mar- ket Iland'cap. Hellzi paid ?4.90 and ?2.80 for win, place and shov. tickets respectively. Today was to be a big day for some 15 ticket holders. Wed- nesday 50 lucky ticket holders were announced for the chance at in Saturday's running of the Marion Williams Mem- orial Handicap. The Williams Memorial race carries with it the maj-- portion of the 525.000 Southern Alberla Sweepstakes. Fifteen ticket holders were lo be named today with seven or eight, depending on the num- ber of horses entered for the featured race Saturday, lo awail the outcome of the feat- ure race. Post lime Saturday is set for THURSDAY'S RESULTS First S500, claiming. 4-year-olds end up, 5 furlongs Flume (Bourne) Id.00 5.00 3.90, In- jun Mickey (Rycrofl) 9.dO 3.EO, Brae Loch i Baril) 2.ID. Tim :59 LIMIn Pablo. Bazza. Gum Booler, Fliglils Call, Classic Nora also Second S500, claiming, 3-year-olds, 5 fur- Pixis Belie (McCauley) 3.10 3.10 3MO, Bov Blue (Bsrjl) 3.80 2. JO. Fris- ka'-ilo (Perrv) 2.50. Tirre- "59 d-5 Partner's Led, Abbie's Day. Cr.unty, Dainly Hope, Miss Tally also DOUBLE: Third S5.00. claiming, 3-year-olds and up, 7 furlonqs Moorciali? (Rycroll) 6 .11 i 00 9. BO. II Hcne 11.60 J.JO. Lustrous 300. Time: 1-1 Brian T. Red Wounl, Canadian Hone. Fl Filisle-i also ran. QUINELLA: S51.10. Film-In S500, claiming, 4-year-olds and up. 1 1-U miles Hour IWcCauleyl 5.00 3.70 7.71, Nioawin (Shie'cK) 3.40 2.30. Lil- le Bassie (Hum) 2 .'.0 Time: -f-5 Acapulco Gold, Wilson Radiva also Fillh siCO, claiming, 4 year- miles olds and up, Priddis Dnnrly (Hunl) 750 3 BO 7.50, Counl (Suilcr) 5.70 3.10, Wings Of Silver (Wiseman) A 20 Time: 4-5 Silk Bullons. Miss Stamocder, La Hayden's Belle, Pcte'3 Glory also ran. EXACTOR: S33.40. Sixth 1500, claiming, 3-year-olds and up, lurlongs Rattle Malch (Wiseman) 8 10 300, Ferment (Hunt) 7.40 3.50, Fire Llna (Jev.-e'l) 3 10 Time-: 15 Madam Judie, Fleet Fuller, Court Lane also ran. Seventh 1700, allowance, 2-year-oldj, S fur- Hellzi t -10 i.90 7.30. Fron! Desk (Hunl) t JO 3.9.0, Mcsscn- Lad (McCauley) 3.00. Time: 3 5 Street Law, Paveys Alvln F, Colour Me Lucky, CJOC Country also Eiqhlh ssoo, claiming, ,1-year-olds and up, Kid (McCauley) 30.50 16.40 S 70, Fa'e Union (L. Wiseman) 15.10 590, Meo Class (Shields) 1.50. Time: 15 Anita D, Hurry Hally, Diplomatic, S. Ruark nlso ran. OUINELLA: 11M.30. Dinosaurs besi Icani in Canada OTTAWA (U'l University of Calgary Dinosaurs are the top-rajikng club in Canadian college football, says Uie Cana- d i a n Intcrcollcgiale Athletic Union. in the first of il.s weekly rat- ings of Ihe best learns in college hall made public today, the CIAU picked the Calgnry club which lin.5 won its only game in the Western Canada Tntcrcollc- giale Athletic Association. University of Ollawn Gee Gees are second followed by University ol Mauloba Bisons. washed California Angels 5-1 and Oakland Alhlelics nipped Milwaukee Brewers 5-4 in llic only American League games. The Giants and Ihe Dodger: each bavc six games left and any combination of four San Francisco victories or Los An golcs defeats wll hand Ihe Giants llicir first title since 1962, when Ihcy won the Na tional League pennant. "This victory has got lo be 8 big break for said Gaylord Perry, the San Francisco righl bander who pitched s Lcr. "Especially big in the As- trodome, where we haven'l won much Lhe lasl few years." Perry's power pilching fol lowed a superlative perform ance by Juan Marichal, who spun a six-hit, one-run job Wednesday night. "Those Iwo can win it for sad manager Charlie Fox ol the Gianls. "Pilching is Lhe name of Ihe game." Previously (he Gianls hat won only five of 30 games a Houston before winning two of their three-game set. The two straight victories also composed San Francisco's long- est winning streak since early September before the Gianls started a slide that cost them most of a once-commanding lead over Ihe Dodgers "Things are just going the Giants' way said Walker. Things went their way righl away Thursday night when oft injured Willie McCovey smashed his IBth home run in Ihe fourlh inning lo give the Giants a 1-0 lead. They secret the winning run when McCove] was hil by a pilch wilh tlie bases loaded, forcing in a fifth inning Perry Ihen gave up one of his Ihrce hits, a home run to John Mayberry in the bottom of the fifth. NOW MEET REDS The Giants now move to Cin cinnali for a three-game se starling lonighl and finish up the regular season with a Ihree-game series al San Diego The Dodgers lake on Atlanta today, Saturday and Sunday and wind up wilh a Ihrce-game ser ies at home with Houston. Willie Slargell drilled s two run homer, his 46lh, and Nelson Briles pitched a six-hitler as Piltsburgh beat St. Loins. Star- poll's 420-fool blasl pulled him into a lie wilh Hank Aaron of Allanta Braves for the NL home-run lead. Bob Aspromonle's Iwo-run tie-breaking single in Ihe eighth inning carried New York over Chicago and snapped the Cubs siring of six straght victories over Lhe Mets. Greg Luzinski's Iwo-run single in Lhe ninth inning scored Ihe tying and winning runs as Phil- adelphia rallied for four runs in their victory over Montreal. Wilbur Wood nolched his 21sl victory of the year wlh a five- hitler, leading Chicago over Cal- ifornia. Lee Richard and Carlos May hit homers for Ihe While Sox Bowling CAPRI BOWL MORNING COFFEE Evelyn Coulls 241; Sally Trrjne 363 Joan Pamey 391 Vura Nicholls 241 Mary Laiarlck Nina Sineflinger 283 (6521; Elhi Pedersen 3dO; June Taylor 331 a T g 9 Malcomson 237; Pea Forry 235; Rae Chumik 237; Gloria Pearson 249. GOHDIE5 MEN Norm Tolley 3.10 Gary Tun- bridge -103 Francis Wright 374 Roy Smced 331 Al Smilh 229 Ken Kuril 316 Dar mcrly 3'fl Ron KazakolF 298 Tak Katokaml 395 jack sieaci 39? Kon Malcomson 293; Ores! "urchak 290 SPEEDY5 Irene Chislc Betly Taylor '6 Peqqy Kirby 263 Jean Chrislie 351 Marg Smlln [67J1; BeMy Reaudry 231; Jean- die Smced 24i Jean Koskoskl 225; Ann Todd 335: Carol Kovacs 229. SIMPSONS-SEARS H-Ien Possetl! 252 Anne Ser- bu 265; Ella Mcfoll 2-fl; Relty Daw- son 339; Chris Wilscn 3.11; Allc- Hey- nen 223; Audrey Able 738; Ed Rosnlll 279; Ian Wilson 2H Tom Prfltl 319; Cliff Black 324. NUMODE HOMES Chris Scliull 374; Pat Jarvl- Linda 733; Belly DioniT! Phil 261; May Hicberl 375 Hlldfi Tiriordi 2.19; Amatlo 320; Lnla Ober 235; Myrna OlshasKI 736 SUNDQUIST Eileen Carter 340 Jean Pas- sey 2-1J; Donna McEwan 235; Maria Smilh 269 Vera Nicholls 26J Anne Brown 24S; Sunl 339; Pal Plomp 341; Pal Tunslall 387 Lela Ober 358, Francis Harris 241. HENRY HOMES Oresf Yurchflk 358 Ed Hen- derson 231; Bob Fonlon 235; Tom Adams 23J; Tom McLaren 257; Jim McPIke 731; Marion McNcely 369 Marq Michalenko 236; Bcl'v Palerson 336 Jean Tassey Roma Krvk 2ij Norma Adams 33-1. JCCA Jim Yflmndfl 390; Sunflo 374 AH Oshlro 371; Roy Kami- lomn 373; Wimp Naksmura 245; Bob iflkaml ?7.i; Ryo Magnin' 281 Mflsa GosMmon 3J3; Mao TflmflyoSB 34.1; Mary Thornm 331 CC1IS shuloiit Hainilfon 2-0 Catholic Central High School picked up a 2-0 shutout over Hamilton in Junior High School Soccer League action Tliursday iKhl. Glen Viin Tlucrcn and Peter Ijiickctt Iwl Uio way lor CCHS with A goal apicco. COA receives big donation MONTREAL (CP) The Ca- nadian Olympic Association re- ceived the first part of a donation Thursday from Ford ol Canada as a kickoff for a campaign aimed at raising million for operations in 1971 and 1372. Karl E. Scott, chairman of tire company, turned over the 1971 portion of of tire Ford gift to George E. Mara of To- ronto, chairman of Olympic Trust of Canada. Olympic Trust was formed one year ago from a broad base of Canadian business executives to act as the fund-raising and financial arm of the COA. It is commilted to operations at least until 197li when Montreal plays host to the Summer Olympics. The trust assumes responsibil- ity for custody and overseeing the application of funds raised. Mara said the ?2.8 million goal is to cover COA operations in 1971 and 1972 and to help fi- nance national team programs of the various sports federa- tions. The million target in- cludes federal government grants. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUB East W L Pet. GBL Pillshurgh 95 4! .506 St. Louis ......65 71 .5J5 9' Chicago 81 75 .519 13': New York 80 76 .513 UVa Monlrcal 69 86 MS 75 Philadelphia M 93 .408 31 Wesl San Francisco B7 67 -558 LM Angeles 8-1 72 .538 3 Allanla .....SO 77 .S10 71 Cincinnati 77 DO 10V Houston 76 BO .487 II San Diego 59 96 .381 37V TODAY'S GAMES Houston Fnrich (7-8) and Splnks (1-0) ol San Diego Roberts (13-16) and Kirby (H-13) TN San Francisco Carriers C5-3) al Cinclnnali Grimslsy (10-6) N Monlrenl Renko (15-14) el St. Louis Carlton (19-9) N Philadelphia Lersch (4-U) at Chi- cago Pappas Los Angeles Downing (19-8) el At. lanla Niekro (U-13) N Pillsburgh Bloss (15-7) al York Koosman (6-10) N THURSDAY'S RESULTS Philadelphia OM 101 t S I Montreal .001 002 000-4 7 2 Fryman, Twilchell (1-0) (6) and Koegel; McAnally (10-12) Marshall (9) "and Humphrey. New York Did S I 0 Chicago 210 000 7 1 Ryan (10-13) McGrow (9) and Grole Plisrro (7-6) Colborn (8) Tcmpkir.s (9) and Fernandez. HR: denon [11. Pillsburgh 110 030 000- 5 11 1 SI. Louis ..Oil WO 00-0 t 1 Briles and May; Cleveland (12-12) Taylor (5) Sanlorlnl (6) Gui- ian (fl) and Simmons. HR: Slargell San Francisco OM 110 000- 270 Houston 000 010 1 3 3 Perry (15-12) and Healy; Wilson (16-9) Gladding (9) and Howard, Ed- wards HR: LEAGUE LEADERS AB R H Pet Torre, SIL 614 92 323 .363 Baltimore Al home 3, Boston 3; Away i, Cleveland 4. Delroil Al home 3, New York 3; Away 3, Cleveland 3. FOOTBALL ROUNDUP WESTERN CONFERENCE w Calgary B Sask Winnipeg lonlon L T F A Pt 2 0 323 103 16 4 0 196 177 10 6 1 263 P711 Q 5 1 153 US 7 9 011B 324 3 SNOW CLEAT TIRES Priced from ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE Tim SALES SERVICE 401 lit Av> Soulh Phong 327-6886 or 327-4441 ;