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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 LETHBRIDGE Tuesday, September 25, 1973 PUERTO VALLARTA MEXICO 1S from OO occupancy Airfare Calgar> Puerto Vallarta return, Accomodatlon, Transfers, plus many extras For contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILuAC-E MALL PHONE 328-3201 Herald- Sports Last time across line Banquet Knight ridden by Ivan Clark crosses the finish Ime for the last time Monday The popular 12 year old horse was retired Monday by the Dun ham family of Vulcan The Fail Race Meet came to a successful close Monday ending thoroughbred racing in Alberta for the year Bombers visit Roughriders Eskimos rally to stop Tiger-Cats HAMILTON (CP) Edmonton Eskimos stopped pining give night and were rewarded with a 22 17 over Hamilton Tiger Cats in a Canadian Football League interlocking gd me One of the fringe benefits was second place in the Western Football Conference two points behind leading Saskatchewan Roughriders The Eskimos who fumbled tour times and had six passes intercepted in a 32 20 loss to Ottawa Rough Riders Sundav were in no mood to be trifled with Monday were so niggardlv be lore 27 978 fans at Ivor Stadium didn t permit a single turnover despite a third quarter letdown The Ticats needing a win desperately to make a successful defence of the Grev Cup remained in fourth place in the Eastern Conference three points behind Montreal Alouettes The win Eomonton s sixth pi the season gave the Eskimos 12 points while the licats who have lost five times and won three games have six The westerners built a 10 0 lead in the first half featured Dave Cutler s 58 field goal longest of the CFL season It was a yard short of the league record Cutler set in Regma Oct 28 1970 Bruce Lpmmermann CANADIAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE Eastern Conference W L T F A Pts Toronto 1 158 160 11 Ottawa 0 176 166 10 Montrpal 1 153 175 9 Hamilton 0 173 142 6 C F S Pts Org in 15 23 0 84 Suntor 19 12 3 58 Andr isyshyn 15 10 10 55 Sweet 16 10 1 47 Hfilty 0 0 0 36 Rodgprs 0 0 0 30 Allri 0 0 0 24 N xon 0 0 0 24 Jones 0 0 0 24 Symons 0 0 0 24 Hopkins 0 0 0 24 T F A Pts Sask 0 199 168 14 Edm 0 219 200 12 Calgary 0 139 164 10 BC 0 166 217 6 A' nnipeg 0 155 166 4 C F S Pts Cutler 18 25 4 97 Robinson 11 15 3 59 Abendschan 22 10 5 57 Gerela B 16 6 7 41 Jonas 9 5 3 39 Musso B 0 0 0 36 Carnpana 0 0 0 36 Reed 0 0 0 36 McGowan 0 0 0 36 directed the Edmonton ottence during the game saw George McGowan and Bell produce touchdowns were con verted Cutler who also added another field goal in the closing seconds of the contest Max Baines was quick Opening Soon In College Mall MEN'S FASHIONS Featu mg FIRTH CLOTHES Max Baines in a VW 1600, turned in the fastest time of the day Sundav and anchored a strong Lethbndge entry in the Fall Round-Up Autoslalom sponsored oy the Lethbndge Sports Car Club Baines won the Class 3 title with his pace-setting time and showed the way in the one dav event which drew 35 entries Sam Perverseff drove a Fiat 128 to victory in the Class 2 finals while Denise Waslovich paced the gals in Class 3 behind tne wheel of a Volkswagen Super Beetle Ron Watson and Debbie Wrate shared the honors in Class 4 Watson drove a MGA while Wrate handled an MGB Class 5 saw Tom Garrett top the men in an Austin Mini while Sharon Grismer won the female division in her VW 1200 Gay Williams in a Rambler won the Class 6 title for the gals while the male honors went to Bob Cole in his Mustang Shelby 2nd Mortgage. Money you may have forgotten about. Laurentide considers home improvement one of many worthwhile reasons for borrowing money If you're a homeowner we can lend you up to on a 2nd mortgage And we have flexible repayment plans There are no bonuses, no finders fees The Eskimos gamed two more points on a satety touch conceded bv Hamilton punter Lockington early in the fourth quarter when the Ticats were leading by a converted touchdown Andy Hopkins and Garney Henley provided the Hamilton touchdowns Ian Sunter con- verted both and added a field goal The Ticats scored all their points in the third qu irter Ticats coach Jerry Williams was and dismayed by his team s ineffectiveness in the first half and in the fourth quarter The first halt was wasted he said I don t Lions, Bombers victorious The Bombers and Lions pi( ked up victories in a pair ot Lethbndge Minor I outball League games stag cd at Henderson Stadium night The second place Bombers extended their record to two wins and a lost, by crushing the P skimos 28 12 in the open ing tilt while the league leading Lions walloped St s Fagles 69 0 in the Imcil Mai 10 attoni led the Bombers to their victorv with tlncc touchdowns while Earl Ingcirtield completed the scor ing With a touchdown a safetv and three converts Jess and Jim Clark managed six points apiece for the Kskimos Meanwhnc in the second (ontest of the night the Lions I1 g i s t c i e d their third tonseculivc win of the season whipping the Pat Me''line led the Lions with three touchdowns while Perrv Wilson and Dave Hca added two apiece Single majors were scored in Dave Stevens Kim '1 inor di Phil Rca and Kevin Miller while Maik Howe chipped in with t h t e e s u c c e s s I u 1 i Is know could have been a number of knows'' RayJauch Eskimos coach, argued that his team did not play anv harder against the Ticats than thev did against Ottawa We were not physically beaten by the Rough Riders he said We just made too manv mistakes The total Edmonton offence Monday was 373 yards the Ti- ger-Cats 368 The winners rushed for 228 and the losers 192 Lemmerman completed 14 of 22 passes Chuck Ealey who ran 108 vards for Hamilton on nine carries was good on 13 ot 26 Winnipeg Blue Bombers visit Saskatchewan Roughriders in the onlv game scheduled in the CFL tonight Bowling HOLIDAY BOWL CIVIL SERVANTS Alice Kolibas 306 (719) Lew Mills 279 (808) Bart Langenburg 275 Abe Enns 260 J Enckson 268 (703) Bill Craik 262 Wayne Roszell 265 Keith Betty Swaren 238 (682) GuilaBunnage233 Roma Roth 234 Bermce Hay 233 FRIDAY SOCIAL Ermp Frache (804) Morley Richirdson 264 Allan Brown 243 Allan Lunan 222 (631) Terry Prusak 253 (645) Rayma Frachp 221 Errna Sclmlie 220 CPR SOCIAL dens Schweitzer 290 Bob Anderson 273 Pete Canan 256 (726) Vi iqhn Tennant229 Janice Johnson (685) Alma Oberg 268 Bunny Maloney 237 (662) Elaine Sinclair 256 Ir s Canan 220 YBC BANTAM GIRLS Sigl nde Sawilla 148 Erin Brown 102 BANTAM BOYS Mitchell Brown 205 Daren Flex hiuq ?06 JUNIOR GIRLS Janyce Westlmg 151 Debbie Pihan 159 JUNIOR BOYS Scott Marshalsay 260 Bruce Henning 213 David Zarooben 213 SENIORS Roqan Sinclair 232 Laurie Koshney 208 CAPRi BOWL YBC BOYS Stfphcn (rugs HI Tommy Dovle HT liibeit 148 Duanp Suhil 141 Derek Tnlor Hi Cmg I His Kerry Swirtn 129 Dirren Suhil 12) BANTAM BOYS Rindy Pas' ski 222 (423) Geof Krokosh Mikp Tollev 176 Steven Keifer 167 Mark Wright 162 Don Tinordi 168 Russel Derksen 168 Dirren Swiren 163 LETHBRIOGE OFFICE FURNITURE Lower Level 7th Street Shopping Mall Alberts Phone (403) 328-7411 S.C.M. TYPEWRITERS McCauley top jockey Banquet Knight runs last race By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor They brought the curtain down on the 1973 Fall Race Meet Monday at Whoop Up Downs and when the dust had settled it read success Monday s gathering, in ex cess of 2 000 bettors, wagered 055 It was somewhat short of the bet on the corresponding day in 1972 but helped push the overall total to 841 a healthy increase from 000 last year It was a big day for Alvin McCauley as he easily won top jockey honors But part of the spotlight shone on the number seven horse in the seventh race Banquet Knight The 12 year old favorite of local rac ing fans ran his last race Mon day Owned by the Dunham family of Vulcan Banquet Knight crossed the finish line out of the money Monday but stepped right into the fond memories of racing fans McCauley, who won just one race on the final day chalked up 21 victories over the 12-day meet to easily outdistance Graham Niblett Howevei Niblett went out in flying colors as he won three races Monday to finish with 14 to his credit Top trainer honors at the linal race were shared bv three handlers Bill West of Lethbndge Lome Spady ot Alliance and Jennifer Carlyle ot Red Deer each saddle six winners over the meet Local officials were to decide on a winner at a later date In the feature race Fleeting Bar ridden superbly by Rod Haynes survived a photo tinish with Gay Stitch to emerge with the spoils in the Shoppers Drug Mart event Fleeting Bar covered the one mile and one eighth race in 1 54 2 to edge Gay Stitch by a nose Fleeting Bar is owned FIRST S600 claiming 3 year olds and up 5 furlongs Tatayet (Ollive) 28 40 7 70 4 80 Sun Awray (Boggs) 3 90 2 50 Buster Kid (Suitor) 280 Time 0 59 1 5 Brae 0 Leary Carbon County R V Super Missy Way Novatate also ran SECOND S600 claiming 3 year olds and up 7 furlongs Expanding (Ollive) 5 70 4 20 3 90 Wee Tosca (Clark) 9 50 4 60 Star Snip (McCauley) 3 20 Time 1 30 1 5 Smart Bet Mr Rideabout Bet A Bob Cspirit De Speed Delegadoalso ran DAILY DOUBLE 10 THIRD claiming 3 year olds and up 7 furlongs Brian T (Niblett) 9 70 4 90 3 40 Caribou Trail (Jensen) 6 10 4 30 Pe quina Prmcessa (Watson) 7 30 I ime 1 29 3 5 Speed s Beauty Roly Minx Blon dieco Flinstone also ran QUINELLA 10 Track Scaratch Joanie Pie FOURTH S600 claiming 3 and 4 year olds 5 furlongs Copper Dan (Niblett) 4 30 2 90 2 80 Polished Point (Watson) 5 90 5 50 Nicely Does It (Wiseman) 3 40 Time 1 01 1 5 Warship Eagle Battants Image Son 01 Lathum Lady Whirlago also ran Trick Scratch Lisas Orb FIFTH S600 claiming 3 year olds and up 5 furlongs Reqmak (Ollive) 1860 640 320 Fleet Nickel (Haynes) 3 40 3 70 Tiz A Puff (Suitor) 330 Time 059 2 5 Wiley Sabie Miss Easter Day Twins Sheba Yael Mint Green also EXACTOR 80 SIXTH S600 claiming 3 and 4 year olds 5 furlonqs Iblis (Marks) 6 60 3 90 2 80 Sum time Girl (McCauley) 4 00 2 50 Wild Rouser (Ollive) 2 80 Time 1 00 2 5 Stromtree Tnpie Charm also ran SEVENTH S600 claiminq 3 year olds and up 5 furlongs River Hawk (McCauley) 3 30 2 60 240 Mister Bill Dale (Ollive) 460 T 20 Mister Bewitched (Marks) 3 30 Time 059 1 5 Hying Exit Taparatus Ryslo Banquet Knight also ran QUINELLA Track Scrltch Old Fort EIGHTH S600 claiming 3 year olds and up 1 miles Fleeting Bar (Haynes) 1440 640 T90 Giy Stitich (Nihiett) 5 70 3 50 Jot Courier (McCauley) 2 90 Time 1 54 2 5 Fire Line Alchard Here Comes Cookin Quillation Whirlagale also rin Drop by and talk to us or give us a call Right now While it's on your mind. 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A Member of the Laurentide Financial Group 311 7th Street South T1J 3Z4 327-5791 PREVENT FREEZE-UP We will Winterize your Recreation Vehicle's Water System for only 600-4th Ave. North (West of the Gas Company) PHONE: 328-4421 and trained by C L Haynes ot Taber For Niblett wins in the thud fourth and eighth races gave him consolation as the jockey runner up ALVIN MCCAULEY It was also a big day for Herbie Ollive as he rode three winners including both ends ot the daily double Thirty-two ticket holders saw tit to put their financial taith in Ollive aboard Tatayet in the first and Expanding in the second and were rewarded with a handsome 10 pavoff The fust oi three qumella s saw Brian T to Caribou Trail pav 10 while the seventh race qumella was worth 90 as River Hawk won out over Mr Bill Hale In the n.nth race Fleeting Bar to Gav Stitch was good for 10 The exactor of Regma and Fleet Nickel paid 80 The Lethbndge Meet marks the end of thoroughbred rac ing in Alberta for the 1973 season Local officials are hopeful ot two more big meets next vear the Whoop Up and Fall Race Meet ELRICH SPORT NATIONAL LEAGUE New St Los C San San TODAY'S GAMES Montreal Rigers (9 4) at New York Koosman (12 15) Philadelphia Carlton (12 19) at Pittsburgh Rooker (9 5) San Francisco Barr (11 16) at Houston Griffin (3 6) Chicago Jenkins (13 15) at St Louis Foster (139) MONDAY'S RESULTS San Diego 000 000 3 0 Cincinnati 000 101 9 0 Troedson (7 9) Ross (7) Corkms (8) and Kendall Hall (8) Borbon (8) and Bench HRs SD Murrell (8) Cm Perez (26) Kosco (9) FIRST Pittsburgh 000 020 12 0 Montreal 103 001 8 0 Moose (11 12) Poor (3) Johnson (3) Walker (5) Giusti (7) and Sanguillen Ranko (15 11) C Taylor (7) Marshall (9) and Boc cabella HR (43) SECOND Pittsburgh 000 001 7 0 Montreal 000 000 8 2 Briles (14 13) Giusti (7) and May McAmlly (7 8) Walker (8) and Boc rabelh HR (44) San Fran 120 020 6 12 1 Houston 420 013 7 1 Bryint (23 13) Willoughbv (2) Cirnthprs (8) and Sadek Arnold (7) RPUSS (16 12) Forsch (9) and Jutze HRs (28) Cedeno (24) W L Pet GBLTP NY 79 77 506 6 Pitts 78 77 503 7 7 St Louis 76 80 487 3 6 Montreal 76 81 484 3 2 5 Chcigo 75 80 484 3 7 Remaining Games NEW YORK (6) Home (2) Montreal (2) Sept 25 26 Away (4) Sept 28 29 2 30 PITTSBURGH (7) Home (7) Philadelphia (3) Sept 25 26 27 Montreal (3) Sept 28 29 30 July 21 qimos against San Diego has been rescheduled for Oct 1 at Pittsburgh if npcessiry for team s playoff chances ST LOUIS (6) Home (6) Oicaqo (3) Sept 25 26 27 Ph'adelphia (3) Sept 28 29 30 MONTREAL (5) Away (5) New York (2) Sept 25 26 Pittsburgh (3) Sept 28 29 30 CHICAGO (7) Home (4) New York (4) Sept 28 29 2 30 Away (3) St Louis (3) Sept 25 26 27 TODAY S GAMES Boston Mo et (11 2) at Cleveland Timmerman (8 7) Detroit Fryman (6 12) at Baltimore Garland (0 0) New York Peterson (8 15) at Milwaukee Champ on (5 8) Kansas City Busby (14 15) at Chiciqo Forster (6 9) Minnesota Corbm (7 5) at Oakland Holtzman (20 13) Texas Dunning (1 8) at California Singer (19 13) MONDAYS RESULTS Boston 201 035 15 2 Detroit 000 000 090 P-ittm (14 15) and Montgomery Holdsworth (0 1) Fryman (5) Farmer (6) Strahler (6) Ignasiak (8) and Diriier HRs Bos Smith (20) Yastrzoniski (18) Harper (171 Texas 002 000 8 13 2 California 200 400 10 2 Broberg Henn nger 5 Gogolewski 8 Allen 069 Biown 9 and Billings Wright Monteagudo 9 Barber 329 and Torborg Minnesota 000 020 16 0 Oakland 302 001 10 0 Fife Hands 7 104 Campbell 9 and Mitterwald Odom L ndblad 7 Finqprs 787 and Fosse HR Oak -Jackson 32 NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE American Conference Eastern Division N Y Jets Miami Buffalo N Enqland Baltimore W 1 1 1 0 T F A 0 41 33 0 28 25 0 38 47 0 dQ 41 0 24 58 Central Division Pttsburgh 2 0 0 57 16 Cmcmnat 1 1 0 34 38 Cleveland 1 1 0 30 47 Houston 0 2 0 24 58 Western Division Denver 1 1 0 62 46 Oakhnd 1 1 0 28 31 Kan City 1 1 0 23 30 San Dieqo 1 1 0 34 45 NATIONAL CONFERENCE Eastern Division Pet 500 500 500 000 000 1 000 500 500 000 500 500 500 500 Dallis St Louis N Y Ginnts Wash Phila 0 60 20 1 000 0 68 50 1 000 1 57 37 0 65 34 1 46 57 750 500 250 Central Division Minnesota 2 0 0 46 29 1 000 Green Bay 101 36 20 750 Detroit 0 1 1 23 37 250 Chicaqo 0 2 0 30 42 000 See Us For W-I-D-E IMPORTED TRACTION TIRES For Off the Road Driving ELRICH TIRES LTD. 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