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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, September 24, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Feature win Shane S gets his nose out in front to win (6) was second. Owned by Lee Williams, Country the Marion Williams Memorial Handicap Saturday Cutup was trying to give his owner his second at Whoop-Up Downs. The win earned Shane S the Marion Williams win in three years, winner's share of the purse. Country Cutup Canada's choice for Winter Olympics Vancouver's bid approved MONTREAL iCP) The Canadian Olympic Associa- tion (COA) Sunday un- ammouslv approved Van- couver's bid as this country's choice for the site of the 1980 Winter Olympic Games In making the an- nouncement, Vancouver Mayor Art Phillips said the citv'b bid this time was "very different" from its previous bid for the 1976 Winter (James. The major change is in the citv 's plans to split the Olym- pic events between Vancouver and Whistler Mountain, in Garibaldi Park. 75 miles north of the citv. This will enable major spectator sports like skating, hockey and ski jumping to be held in Vancouver Mayor Stamps edge Lions, AIs win east game CALGARY (CP) Larry Robinson booted Calgary Stampeders to a 13-12 victory over British Columbia Lions Sunday, breaking a Canadian Football League scoring record and propelling the Stamps into a second-place tie in the Western Football Conference Robinson's talented loe provided all but one ot ''algary's points and gave him a f.'ireer total ot points, fix- more than Tommy-Joe Col fey of Toionto who set the former standard while plavjng with Edmonton Kskimos and Hamilton Tiger- Cats Robinson earned one held goal in the second quarter, two in I tie third and one in the fourth The deciding point came on a a 43-vaid punt by Don Moult on in the hnal minute The Lions settled for a field goal and two singles by Ted Gerela in the first half A seven-yard pass from quarter- back Karl Douglas to Jim Young in the final minute, ioilowed b' Gerela's convert, completed the scoring. Alter Young's touchdown, (iereia attempted an onside kick-oft that went out of bounds. Officials ruled Calgary gained possession by touching the ball last. R C. opened scoring on Gere-la's 33-yard single early in the first quarter, as irui.ix- me1, v Lions into :itball League interlocking L1 'fie Saturday expect they are going to WE DO AMMONIA REFRIGERATION FOR ICERINKS AND INDUSTRIAL REFRIGERATION Our qualified personnel headed by Ron Schrieber can handle any ammonia refrigeration needs you may have ALCON REFRIGERATION LTD. 2214 43 St. PHONE 327-5816 give Hamilton a rough said coach Jack Gotta after his Rough Riders had posted their fifth straight win after four consecutive losses. Ot- tawa's win. coupled with Montreal Alouettes 19-10 triumph over Toronto Argonauts Sunday, left the Rough Riders nne point behind the leading Asgos in the battle tor top rung in the Eastern Football Conference stan- dings "They got burned pretty badly.' said Gotta of Edmon- ton's pertormance "They are it much better team than they looked here Turnovers hurt Edmonton as they fumbled three times and had six passes picked off The win was the Alouettes fourth against four losses and a tie and left them hvo points behind the Argos. now 5-3-1 Montreal combined a strong running attack with good ball control on a muddy Autostade pitch and for once the pass defence was able to contain Joe Theismann. Toronto's shittv qu.n lei back "1 thought our defence played a fine said Montreal coach Marv Levy. "We hurried Theismann even on some of his completions. The front four, particularly (lord .luges, were excellent." CALGARY 13. B.C 12 B.C. CAL i ,-y 17 -2 ,'itds lushinq 110 145 passing 240 242 Net offence 350 377 Passes 14-31 19-31 Interceptions 1 1 Punts -average 9-44 8-36 Fumbles-lost 1-1 1-0 7-40 5-50 OTTAWA 32, EDMONTON 20 EDM. OTT. First downs 22 17 Yards 'cishmg 161 142 Yards pnssmg 187 187 Net offence 348 309 Passes 20-34 13-20 0-0 6-93 Punts -average 3-43 5-31 Fumbles-lost 5-3 2-1 Penalties-yards 3-0 15-89 MONTREAL 19, TORONTO 10 TOR MTL First towns 19 17 Yards rushing 95 256 Yards passing 290 71 Net offence 344 318 Passes 19-29 8-14 Inlotceptions 2 1 Punts i.'or.iqe 8-41 6-38 in ii 'I 1 'I I1 n ''i .ul', Phillips said "What this means is that we don't have to build a 16.000-seat coliseum at Whistler Mountain Mayor Phillips revealed the details ol the plan at a news conference following a meeting with COA officials No other Canadian city bid against -Vancouver tor the COA s approval The International Olympic Committee (IOC) will make a hnal decision on the Games" site at a meeting in Vienna during October, 1974 While no other city has offi- cially entered the bidding, it is expected that several cities in the United States and Europe are interested in playing host to the 1980 Winter Games. The hnal deadline lor an ap- plication to the IOC is March, 1974 This will be Vancouver's so( i'iid bid to the international h'idv Both Montreal and Van- oil er won the COA s approval to bul icspectiveK 'oi the 1976 Summer and U in lei OKmpic Games hollowing an IOC meeting in May. 1970. the Summer Games were to Mont teal while Denver got the inter Games, beating out GAMES MOVED Hut the 1976 Winter Games were later transferred to In- nsbruck, Austria, after Denver icsuleiits obiccted to the (lames on the basis they would prove detrimental to the environment there Phillips said Van- couver's bid will emphasize protection ol the environment, promising that no facilities constructed lor the Games will lall into disuse Vancouver's hrst try for the uitei OK mpics was rejected the in in ta'vor ol Han't because the Mountain area was not set developed Bani! later lost to Grenoble, 'M'ance. as the site ot the 1968 Winter (James wins Orr Snider trophy >0 PREVENT FREEZE-UP will Winterize your Recreation Vehicle's Water for only 19 95 600-4th Ntfrth (Weat of the Gas Company) PHONE: 328-4421 .Jack Orr ol Brooks carted home the fourth annual Bill Snider Memorial Shot at the Lethbndge Trap Club over the weekend A number ot local and southern Alberta shooters participated in the two-day event which opened Saturday and concluded Sunday Orr walked away with the lea lured trophy by scoring 183 total points in the high gun events Darlene Woo ol Lethbridge captured the ladies' section of the high gun event while her son Clayton earned the junior's division Jim MacLean of Calgary was the top over-all shooter in tin1 i das affair as ho ii'iiMt'i I'd "'1 pomN while lie Dwight Ililde- hi tii'It placed second at 453 .Meanwhile in other events staged over the weekend. Ken Kolkas of Lethbndge picked up hrst place in the first event uith points while Medicine Hat's Bob Schuler picked ofi the top honors in the second event. The third event went to MacLoan while the fourth was bv Kolkas Hildebrandt topped all shooters in the 100 handicap I it Ih event Williams thought he was close Shane S was the culprit By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor Shane S. an 18-1 longshot. survived a photo finish involv- ing favored Country Cutup Saturday to win the Marion Williams Memorial Handicap at Whoop-Up Downs. Hidden by Yves Baril, Shane S came off an early pace set by Jay's Award to nip the lavorite at the finish. Ron Poile of Calgary, who owns and trains Shane S. carted home the winner's share of the added purse y trophy blanket put up bv Lee Williams of Edmon- ton Williams, who owns Country Cutup, took the loss gracefully "I'm just glad I came close." Williams won the feature race in 1971. when the race hrst was dedicated to Mrs. Williams, with a horse called Northern Mission. Saturday's crowd of bet compared with on the corresponding davs last vear Flight lucky bettors cashed 90 tickets on the daily double of Brae O'Leary to Summer In Rome. Williams was one of the luckv daily double ticket holders "I alwavs enjoy coming back to he said. Williams, along with Lang Chapman, and Mrs. Williams were instrumental in the success of the first 10 vears of Race results FIRST S600 claiming 4 year olds and up, 5 furlongs Brae O'Leary (Watson) 20 90 7 20 710 Wayward Boy (Bourne) 330 2 90 Joe D Reigh (Suitor) 5 00 Time 0 58 3-5 Rocky Gleam Do Step Where You Go Royal Traffic, Buzzing Khal also SECOND claiming 3 and 4 year olds, 7 lurlonqs Summer In Rome (Ollive) 28 90 1570 500 Morning Mini (Haynes) 9 50 3 60 Mister Whycone (Wiseman) 2 70 Time 1 28 2-5 Miss Star Speed. Yael. Win N Grin. Well Received also ran Track Scratch Blue Mustango DAILY DOUBLE: THIRD S600 claiming 3 and 4 year olds. 7 furlongs Rnqlimo Robert (Niblett) 18 309 00 G 60 Grey Hope (Bourne) 7 50 4 80 J D b Gnl (Hiynes) 5 00 Tinv 1 28 3-5 Mi Fed M Pilgrim Maid Indian High Canadian Breeze also ran QUINELLA: FOURTH S6QO claiming 3 year olds 7 furlongs Hope You Hurry (McCauley) 830 3 90 2 60 Lady Stuart (Haynes) 3 70 80 Slioe For Jimmy (Watson) 2 60 Time 1 29 1-5 My Master Jakes Jewel also ran FIFTH claiming 4 year olds and up 7 fuilonqs Mi Bewitched (Marks) 9 00 4 70 3 60 Bov (Suitor) 4 30 3 00, Rinstone (McCaulevi 2 60 Time 1 28 3-5 Pitcher Bob Haydn s Doll Pizie Belle Pequina Princesa. Careless Ruler also ran EXACTOR: SIXTH S600 claiming, Sand 4 year olds 7 furlongs Shoe 'Em Blue (Ollive) 410 300 2 30 Fnbienne (Haynes) 2 90 2 20 Triple Charm (Boggs) 2 50 1nTK> 1 30 1-5 Nirelv Does It Poi shod Point also i.in SEVENTH SfiOO claimm j 3 yrnr olds and up 7 "t.rlonqs Main s Image (Jensen) 5 60 3 60 3 70 Something High (Watson) 4 00 9 00 College Count (Marks) 3 80. Time 1 30 2-5 Luslious Star Hungry Hawk. Stovepipe Shady Merry Robin-A- Tiptoi nlso ran OUINELLA: EIGHTH r! andr-d 3 olds up 1 mili-i Shane S (Banl) 2460 8 20 2 30 Country Cutup (Watson) 390 240. X Front Desk (Niblett) 2 20. X -Jays Award (McCauley) 2 20 Time 1 52 15 Winter naven Gypsy jo Mae Bay Pnrnder If By Chance also ran X Dead heat for third NINTH S600 claiming. 3 year olds and up, 1 1-16 miles John Bnstol (Boggs) 31 60 1290 4 30 Fleeting Bar (Niblett) 4 80 3 60. El Halt-on (Ollive) 3 20 Time 1 51 2-5 Swishnway Lady s Trip Blondie Echo Split Bat also ran QUINELLA: Narnath injured B i.VPi New York .lets quarterback Joe sulleicd a separation o! his right shoulder in the hrst quarter ol Sunday's National Football League game against Baltimore, and a team spokesman said the nine-year veteran would be out ol action lor at least six weeks "II it is decided an opera- tion is necessary. Joe will be out for the season." Ramos said "II there's no operation, he'll he out a minimum of six to eight weeks the Fall Race Meet. In the feature race Jay's' Award, ridden by Alvin McCauley. set the pace and held the lead as the pack roared past the grandstand the first two times The se- cond tune bv the advantage was a mere length over Shane S and Country Cutup the wire Shane S won bv the proverbial nose Jav's had to settle lor a dead heat decision lor show money in the feature. Green wasn't caught ENDICOTT. N.Y. (AP) "This cat's gonna get Hubert Green thought as he went into the last half of his final round in the B.C. Open golf championship. But that "cat" Dwight Bowling HENRY HOMES Ed Henderson 252 (665) Norman Carol Pankotay 242. Cal Coolidge 269. Conrad Arnold 229. Cara Wyrostok 207. Jim More 247 Keith Seibert 220. Mann Jokuty 219 Wayne Montgomery 206 Evelyn More 207 LETHBRIDGE BANKS Mabel McFadden 229. Don Bilozyr 232 Tom Austin 280 Sharon Myles 238. Hardy Umens 257. Dennis Hanzel 232, Murry Orr 211. Ina Harris 202. Leona Mann 206, Donna Umens 209. Arlene Bartosek 249 Wally Krucrtywich 266. Keane Alous 314 CLASSIC TRIPLES Bob 314 Ken King 297 Ehas Saunla 287 (1013) Jack Smeed 299 (1053) Steve Gangur Jean Christie 278 (992) Ken Kurtz 265 Steve Pedersen 278 Phyl Harrison 293 (927) Hugh Christie 263 (986) Nevil did not, despite his splurge of birdies Sunday. "When I birdied the llth. I knew I was in good said Green, who won to become the tenth pro golfer to top the earnings mark this year. Green, who went into the final round of the 72-hole tour- nament 14-under par with a live-stroke lead, played the last 18 holes under regulation. He topped Nevil. in with 66 and 272, by six strokes Next came Bob E Smith (7) and Larry Ziegler (67) with 276s. Green, who opened his day with seven straight pairs ad- mitted that when Nevil bir- died the 10th. his sixth in the first 12 holes he began to worrv a bit. He birdied the llth and 12th and fretted no more. Following his victory. Green left for Montgomery. Ala., where he reports tor National Guard duty today. Nevil posted seven birdies in all, but offset two of them with a pair of bogeys He collected 400 Ziegler. 10 strokes back of Green at' the tee-off Sunday, won with his 67 Smith also picked up plus a new automobile for putting his ball 3 feet 7Ji inches from the pin of the par 3 17th. closest of all golfers A closing round of 67 gave Ben Kern of Toronto a 282 total, good for in prize monev Opening Soon In College Mall MEN'S FASHIONS Featuring FIRTH CLOTHES' If you're going to buy a new car this we Special Low Introductory Prices in Come see and save as we offer special mtioductory prices on all our 1974 models for a limited time only. We want you to get off to a fast start on the 1974 model year and to do it we are offering you big savings Be one of the first tc drive 'a.nd own an exciting 1974 Ford mode! of O'ue They Are AH Here! Top trade-in allowance for your present car! Instant on the spot financing! Big discounts! 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