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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta SCORING PUNCH George McCrea, back for his second season with the Lethbridge Sugar Kings, is ex- peeled to proyide a good portion of the scoring punch when the Kings meet Mount Royal Cougars tonight at the Arena at in an exhibition game. Kings At Home To Mount Royal Lethbridge Sugar Kings pry Hie lid off another hockey season tonight at the Arena while the people of Taber will see their first action for nearly two years Saturday. The hockey scene will be a busy one in southern Alberta in the next few days as three ex- hibition games are planned for the next four days. Tonight the Sugar Kings will meet Mount Royal Cougars in an Alberta Junior Hockey League exhibition encounter at the Arena at Cougars are new entry in the six-team Alberta league. They replaced the Calgary Cowboys. Sugar King coach John Chap- man is eager to see his charges under fire and is expected to use everyone in an effort to test them all in the game. Kings will get another test Monday evening when they play host to the Calgary Cen- tennials of the western Canada Hockey League at 8'30. Kings have a working agree- emtn with the Centennials and Chapman would like nothing better than to hand the parent club a setback. Kirra will re- ceive some player help from the Centennials for the coming year. Meanwhile in Taber Saturday at nine o'clock the same Cen- tennials will tangle with Flin Flon Bombers. Bombers are the defending WCHL champions while the Centennials lost in the final game of a marathon nine-game series to Edmonton Oil Kings for the western division pen- nant. The Centennial-Bomber en- counter will be the first of 12 WCHL exhibition: games planned for the new Taber Civ- ic Centre. AUTOMOBILE SALESMEN An energetic Mercury dealership requires an automobile salesman Immediately. Usual company benefits which include company demo, health plan- and generous sio an Apply to commission plan. G. R. RICHARDSON SALES MANAGER PH. 327-5763 AYINUE 1 STREET, 1M ITUET 1 Jirf AVIHUI, UTHIRIOGE, ALII IT A A INSTALL RISTOCRAT WOOD WINDOW UNITS IN YOUR HOME These are Made Locally to Suit Your Size and Style! Free Estimates! LETHBRIDGE Cor. Sth Avt. and 4th Si. S. Phone 327-1581 Maynard Farewell Thursday Some Class Equals Three Furlong Mark By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Writer It seemed just a matter of time More Some Class would be in a class by himself. Some Class, owned and train- ed by Tom Marks of Lomond Alta. eats up three furlongs in almost nothing flat and Thurs- day he equalled' the track rec- ord in the distance as he won the first race of the day. Ridden by Dwayne Wiseman the speedster roaded around the track in 34-1 to equal the mark set last September by Viking Mist in the 1969 Fall Race Meet. Thursday, fiefore a gather- ing of at Whoop-Up Downs Some Class completed RACE By Willie Ketchum SATURDAY'S SELECTIONS FIRST RACE Claiming for tliree-year-olds and upward FIVE FURLONGS Should best this group......... .........._... Can be the runnerup........... COUNTATIOM FLEET ATOM MISS VIKING CACADA DAWN COY'S VENTURE TIMID TAMMY CALL ME SONNY NED'S HOOD Goes well for rider Chance for a share............ 6 Might overcome post........... 8 Would be a surprise............ 7 A Icrigshcrt tudsy 1 Might be closer............... 3 SECOND RACE S500 Claiming for three-year-olds and upward FIVE FURLONGS HURRY HALLY RED MARQUIS SHARONITA ROMAN SCHOLAR MIKADO R JIM1NI JIM ALREADY CHIEF ARROYO FLATS Gets ihe call in here Speed and ihe rail Best could take it all iears close watching Has to be considered Might be the sleeper............ 2 Outside chance................ 7 Some other time THIRD RACE Claiming for three-year-olds and upward ONE MILE AND ONE-SIXTEENTH HUDSON VALLEY Now Is the hour................ 3 TRAVEL TALK Good for the place money....... 6 ANOTHER INDIAN Figures highly In here......... B TETRALASS..................... Best would be a threat.......... 1 QUARRY POINT............... Could grab a cheque............ 2 JAMIE S............'........... Return to form needed 7 FINE KID...................... Will have to be running LANNY Would pay a bundle............ 5 FOURTH RACE Claiming for three-year-olds and upward SEVEN FURLONGS DASHING KNIGHT Can make It In here............ T OVER CURRENT Strictly the one to beat........... 4 POUR YOUR OWN................. Capable of all................ 6 GENOA....................... Showed good speed In last....... 5 SKIPPER TAN........'........... Might come to life today........ 7 SABLE HERO................... Some fair efforts.............. 2 LA COSA Would be mild surprise STOVE PIPE.......... Unable to recommend FIFTH RACE 5500 Claiming for thrce-year-olds and upward SEVEN FURLONGS Ready for a peak effort.......... 1 The one to beat................ 3 Might catch up today........., -4 Will be away and winging....... 2 Watch oui for. this cna..... 6 Better than last one 5 Some other time............... 8 Not off recent efforts.......... MORE REGARDS PUGET SOUND BOMBER BROWN FIRE LINE........ RUARK FREDDY JOE...... SABRE DIVER..... TRUE TRUST SIXTH RACE 5500 Claiming for three-year-olds and npward ONE MILE AND ONE-SIXTEENTH Looks best of this field.......... 7 A strong contender WAR EGYPTIAN DRAW WEIGHT KHAL'S CHARM MOMENTARILY JACOPO'S SUSIE WILSON RADIVA EXPENSE CHEQUE KRISKET......... Will be with the pace........... 5 Forget last, a threat i capable of all............. Give him a chance Might be the upset........ Can be closer SEVENTH RACE S500 Claiming for three-yew-olds and up- ward SEVEN FURLONGS KENTUCKY STORY SHY PIRATE NEW OMEN SABR10........... MYDAR PLEASANT HOUR LUREDALE Good for another....... The tough one in hers Good for the show money Last race a good one Capable performer May need this one...... Improvement needed HADASON Some other tim EIGHTH RACE added the Marion Williams Memorial Handicap for three year olds and upward ONE MILE AND ONE EIGHTH VAST OPPORTUNITY PROUD SHADOW KENO KID SANDY GHOSTS...... WHIRLAGALE BELL'S SHEILA...... KOJO.............. By the slightest of margins Will force the issue...... Running in fine form...... Could take It all.......... Can't discount chances..... Capable of upsetting...... With tough ones today NINTH RACE Claiming for three-year-olds and upward SEVEN FURLONGS SICKLE'S QUEEN Cari.be a repeat winner GOODIE BEAR Should handle the balanca WINGS OF SILVER............. Look for improvement GAFUN Chance for a shore....... BEDROCK'JET Outside chance BERMUDA LANE............. Has to be looked at....... BY MOOD................... Not In here.............. >ROUD NYLON............... on this BEST BET: Vast Opportunity LONGSHOT: Already Chief POST TIME; 2 P.M. SHOTGUN SHOOTERS The IETHBRIDGE TRAP CLUB invites you to come out and sharpen up for iha coming season. instruction upon rsausst OPEN: Sunday 1 p.m. (9 5 p.m. Club located miles south of tha Drive- in Theatre en Highway No. 5 and miles west. For further information Phone 327-8127 or 327-6331 a charge at the record that be- gan last Friday. The 1970 meet opened on that day for a nine-day stand and it was in the second race of the day that Some Class triumph- ed in a quick time of 34.3, two- fifths of a second away. Tues- day Marks' horse moved to within one-fifth of a second of the record with a time of 34.2. Some Class combined with Pancake's Sis in the second race for a ?G1.70 daily double for 53 ticket holders. Pancake's Sis was ridden by Gerry Kip- ling. Thursday's exactor brought music to the ears of nine tick- et holders as Serenade All, a 45-1 longshot, held off n stretch bid by Behi Behi and together the two paid a exactor. Serenade All, with Norm Jewell doing the riding, paid a whopping for a win ticket. He paid to place and to show. Behi Behi was ridden by Larry Wiseman. FAREWELL RACE Thursday's seventh race bid farewell to one of the found- ers of the Southern Alber- ta Racing Association. Larry Wiseman brought Ky Eternal home ahead of the pack in the seventh to win the Lucien May- nard Farewell Handicap. Ky Eternal covered the five fur- longs in 59.1 seconds, one sec- ond off the track record. Maynard, Lang Chapman and Lee Williams wll step down and make way for the Lethbridge Exhibition" Board to take over the race meet after 10 years. Today's feature was a fare- well to Williams while Monday will be the farewell for Chap- man. On tap Saturday is the Marion Williams (the wife of Lee Williams who died last year) Memorial Handicap with a purse of Two quinellas were run off Thursday. In the third race Kirby Street to Sure Speed paid to 91 bettors while the eighth race saw Joey Law combine with Tom's Award for a payoff held by 286. Scratches in three of the first four races brought the betting down slightly as Thursday saw wagered as compared to last year. RESULTS First 5500, claiming, 3-year-olds anl up, 3 furlongs some Class (D. Wiseman) Z.80 3.10 2.40, Malic Cort (McCauley) 4.60 4.40, Brae Loch (Kipling) 4.20 Time. 34 1-5 Janet's Sister, Senator Grey, Crafty Corporal, Hltipper also ran. Track Scratch. Flume. Second 5500, claiming, 3-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs Pancakes Sis (Kipling) 17.20 S.oo 4.50, Sfarsnip (McCauley) 5.90 3.20, Defend Us (Tobacco) 4.20. Time. 1.26 Expense Cheque, Famous Terry, Doonbeg, Puget Sound, True Trust also DAJLY DOUBLE: sil.7t. Third claiming, 3-year-olds and up, S furlongs Kirby Street (Troute) 190 3.30 3.60, Sure Speed (L. Wiseman) 2.70 2.40, Curly Top (Rycroft) 2.60. Time. Dividend, Roxle's Request, Sally Dinger, Famous Dotty also ran. Track Scratch. Ticket Ripper QUINELLA: S20.VO. Fourth claiming, 3-year-olds and up, 1 1-16 miles Jacopo's Susie (B. Cuthbertson) 14.00 6.70 5.20, Khars carm (L. Wiseman) 3.20 2.70, Prairie Slue (D. Wiseman) 3.40. me: 3-! lother Indian, April Wind, Wilson Radlva, Draw Weight also ran. Track Scratch: Royal Traffic Fifth S500, 3-year-olds, 7 furlongs Serenade All (Jewell) 95.80 23.M !.50 Behi Behi (I- Wiseman) 4.10 2.90, Gay Stitch (Kiclinpl 4.70. Time: 2-J Silver Dandy, Speedy Son, Shady Springs, Libia's Hope, Til A Puff also EXACTOR: Sixth 3-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs Chanfield (Bourne) 21.90 10.40 S.40, Doc's Roman (Rycrott) 4.60 3.60, Maid O'Wind (Hanson) 8.40. Time. 1.27 Arthur D, Sun Fogts, Whistling Jill, Bermuda Lane, Le Tique also ran, Seventh claiming, 3-year-elds and up, 3 furlongs Ky Eternal (L. Wiseman) S.w 4.00 3.30, Polish Rod (McCauley) 4.10 4.3fl Mergan (Mansen) 3.00. Time. :S? 1-5 Klondike Doll, Hadasofi also ran. Eighth S500, claiming, 3-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs Joey Law (McCauley) ;.IO 2.80, Tom's Award (p. Wiseman) 3.40 3.10, Black Burl (Stewart) 11.20. Time: 2-5 Town Dog, RIngo's Sister, Docton, Lanny Vain, Fine Kid also ran. QUINELLA: EXHIBITION HOCKEY LETHBRIDGE ARENA Lethbridge Sugar Kings vs Mount Royal Cougars FRIDAY, SEPT. 25th 8.30 p.m. ADMISSION PRICES- Ik- ADULTS S1.2S STUDENTS if. CHILDREN. 2St Friday, SepUmbe, 25, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 9 ANDY CAPP NO HARM IsT) A-SKIN', IS M p: b Varsily Coacli Upset Tiger-Cats Unethical TORONTO (CP) Paul Kay, 24, halfback-punter with Univer- sity of Toronto Blues, has been sighed to a balance-of-season contract by Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the Eastern Football Confer- ence. The move came after Ticats lost their punter, quarterback Joe Zuger, early in a 25-14 vic- tory Wednesday night over Brit- ish Columbia Lions. McKay, drafted by the Ticats last year, attended their pre- season training camp and spelled Zuger to several games while averaging nearly 45 yards a kick. McKay's signing drew the wrath of Varsity coach Ron Murphy on the eve of the inter- collegiate football season. Mur- phy called the actions "of the Hamilton coach staff. highly unethical." "They didn't even contact me and get permission to make him an offer." McKay, still eligible for col- ne Gree Leading With 65 COLUMBUS, Ga. (AP) Bert Greene says his fervor for hunting and fishing equals his desire to play golf, but that his major goal is to win a tourna- ment on the Professional Golf- ers' Association tour. He may get all three during the Green Island open golf tournament which started Thursday with the Georgia na- tive carrying out a fiye-under- par 65 to take a one-stroke lead into today's second round of the 72-hole event. Hairy Toscano ran into trou- ble on his finaj hole and went over par, finishing one shot back at 66 in a tie with Austral- ian Bob Stanton. Making his job easier was the withdrawal earlier in the day of George Knudsoa The Toronto pro was listed as one of the fa- vorites after his victory in the Robinson (HI.) Open last week- end. Four other Canadians, how- ever, are among the 144 pros who teed off Thursday. Ben Kern of Oakville, Ont., shot a 71, Wayne VoUmer of Vancou- ver a 73, Witt Homenuik of Winnipeg a 75 and Gary Bower- man of Toronto a 76. lege ball, accepted the balance- of-season contract offered by the Ticats Thursday. He leaves today to join Hamilton at Ed- monton for their Saturday night game against the Eskimos. Murphy said he couldn't blame McKay. "They should never have put him in the position to have to decide. But they sure put pres- sure on 44 other players on our team. "I've always co-operated with the pros hi the said Mur- phy, "but no more." Mara Heads Fund Program TORONTO (CP) George E. Mara of Toronto, president of Maple Leaf Gardens and co- captain of Canada's gold-medal winning hockey team in the 1948 Olympic Games, has been named to head a development and fund-raising program for the Canadian Olympic Associa- tion. He will head a six-man group to be raise funds and "foster support for sport at all levels and be- come a permanent arm of the COA." Harold E. Wright of Vancou- ver, president of the COA, said Thursday, following a COA ex- ecutive meeting, the group will be called the Olympic Trust of Canada and1 will operate with plans reaching to 1976 when the Olympic Games will be held in Montreal. At the same time, Wright an- nounced a special coaching de- velopment program and a series of Young Canada Achievement awards with details to be an- nounced later. "In addition, the COA will provide greatly expanded serv- ices for Canada's athletes at the 1971 Pan-American Game Wright said, "as well as better support for the 1972 Olympic winter Games in Sapporo Japan and the summer Games in Munich, Germany." WILL IMPROVE SERVICES He added: "We will have a more complete range of medical and ancilh'ary services. We will be able to improve our adminis- tration and information serv- ices. Our athletes will have bet- ter equipment, and better pre- embarkation arrangements." The second step was "to fos- ter increased support for each individual sports group." 'The COA will use its best offices to enlist interest in and aid to the sports associations, not only to the sports groups which make up the COA but all sports groups in Canada." Wright said the COA intends to enlist the aid of "the Cana- d i a n Intercollegiate Athletic Union and its 50 member uni- versities across Canada." The awards program will sup- plement and extend the Fitness Awards project announced re- cently by Health Minister John Munro. Boys' and Girls' SKATE EXCHANGE SHARPENED SHINED NEW LACES SANITIZED PAIR APPROX. C.C.M. 1 VICTORIAVILII HOCKEY STICKS Over 300 Dozen in Stock 890 AND UP Free Roll of Tapt with every stick. BERT MACS CYCLE ITD. 913 3rd I, Phone 327-3221 Open Thurs. 1 Fri. Till 9 p.m. "Serving Soulh Alberta for over 30 years." Western Canada HOCKEY LEAGUE START OF THE 1970-71 SEASON PLAYED IN THE BEAUTIFUL NEW TABER SPORTS COMPLEX TABER, ALBERTA SATURDAY, SEPT. 26-9 p.m. FUN FION BOMBERS v, CALGARY CENTENNIALS THURSDAY, OCT. 1 p.m. ESTEVAN BRUINS vi CALGARY CENTENNIALS MONDAY, OCT. 12-3 p.m. MEDICINE HAT TIGERS vi SWIFT CURRENT BRONCOS THE BEST JR. HOCKEY IN CANADA COMES TO SOUTH ALBERTA" SI.75 Reserved Standing 1 .QQ Students ;