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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta ANDY CAPP VER MUST COMET'THE PUB WITH ME bARLIN' MUST DASH -THANKS F1 THE DRINK FAB .'AN1 I'LL BRING-ME BOV-FRIENb WE'LL'AVE _ LOT'S O1 IN CASE MISSUS WANTS TO'AVESOME FUN, TOO; Saturday, Siplembtr J6, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE MERAID _ 11 Cubs., Mels Suffer Setbacks, Lose Ground Pirates Pad Lead, Magic Number Three Has Bruised Knee Bone Sayers May Miss Game Cliicago Bears might be without the great Gayle Sayers in their National Football League game Sunday. Buffalo Bills hope to be without Paul i-uuiu imaa ultr nctus home opener against Philadelphia Eagles because of a bruised knee bone suffered in pre-season play. The brilliant halfback played in Chicago's 24-16 victory over New York Betting TORONTO (OP) the opinion that very little of Jockey Club, armed with aggregate monies wagered dence gathered after an off-track messenger gation by its own shops is being lawfully agents, says that little of through the pari-mutuel sys- money wagered through of race tracks. track messenger betting messenger betting reaches the pari-mutuel commenced, messengers dows of its five Ontario observed in significant The club said it will ban from the tracks it operates for thoroughbred and stAndardbred with lists for wagering on a variety of horses. During the current year, very few of such messengers have been ob- ing all those it knows are associated with operating at the track despite con-t i n u o u s surveillance by the shops. It also called for prosecution of the shops by federal and by security personnel. provincial by such messengers John J- Mooney, appeared to be sporadic and vice-president of the aggregate amount wagered Club, made the been relatively small." at a press conference Dick, deputy attor- and said the evidence will agencies are aware of the forwarded to Justice of off-track betting John Turner and eral Arthur Wishart of police are working on Mooney said in a continually but they find it "For a considerable period very difficult to get the time the Jockey Club has he said. Giants last Saturday, gaining 43 yards on 18 carries. If McGiiire doesn't see action, it will mean the Bills' offence is moving against the powerful Los Angeles Hams' defence in their game at Buffalo. McGuire is a punter, and punting has been a chief weapon for the powerless Bills. Los Angeles figures to have little trouble offensively against Buffalo, with Roman Gabriel leading the attack. Buffalo's main offensive threat, 0. J. Simpson, could have his problems penetrating the Los Angeles front four. In other Sunday games, Cin- cinnati Bengals are at Detroit Lions, Cleveland Browns at San Francisco '49ers, New Orleans Saints at Minnesota Vikings, New York Jets at Boston Pa- By THE ASSOCIATED I'KESS Leo Durocher and Gil Hodge, are whistling in the dark bu Danny Murtaugh is just whis tling today after his Pittsburgh Pirates took a long stride to- wards nailing down the National League's East Division flag. The Pirates nipped New York Mets 4-3 Friday night to open a 3% game bulge over bolh the Mek and Chicago Cubs, who lost to Philadelphia Phillies 5-3 Pittsburgh's magic number with five games to play, three. The Cubs and Mels have six remaining, including four against each other. Murtaugh, elated by his club's suddenly healthy position as the race moves into its final days claims he isn't looking at the magic number. "I only be- said Murtaugh, "in hav> ing them four out with three to go." Durocher, manager of the Cubs, was gloomy but still hope- ful. "It's never over until it says so on the said Leo. "I was worse in 1931. We were five down with eight to play." Hodges, who also remembers '51 and the Giants' miracle run past the Dodgers, but with less relish than Durocher, was also somber. "We have to win the next he said, "there's no doubt about it." MONTREAL WINS Elsewhere in the National League Friday night, Montreal Expos tripped St. Louis Cardi- nals 7-5, Houston Astro took At- lanta Braves 7-4 in 12 innings, Los Angeles Dodgers battered Cincinnati Reds S-3 and San Diego Padres whipped San Francisco Giants 7-4. Willie S'targell was the key man in Pittsburgh's big victory over the Mets. The Pirate lefl fielder threw out the potential tying run at the plate in the eighth inning and then singled borne the clincher in the bottom of the eighth. triots, Miami Dolphins at Hous- L'f ton Oilers, Pittsburgh Steelers The Mets at Denver Broncos, New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys, Washington Hedskins at "St. Louis Cardinals, Atlanta P'al- cons at Green Bay Packers and Oakland Raiders at San Diego Chargers. On Monday night, Kansas City Mefs will be at Baltimore Colts. Another of the sport's most rugged defences will be tested 'or the second time this season n the Cincinnati-Deceit game. Detroit's defenders, led by tac- de Alex Kan'as and defensive end Lem Barney, passed their nitial tests with flying colors by uniting the Packers to 114 yards in a 40-0 route over Green Bay. fun Take off for parts unknown. There's nothing to stop you now. The Argo is for all seasons, for all terrain and for all kinds of outdoor activities. Low pressure balloon tires smooth out the bumps over rough terrain and float you overslreams. Six driving wheels keep you moving through mud and snow. If you need more room for people or extra gear, iht 8-wheel Argo will suit you bailer. Test driva one and see. ALL-TERRAIN VEHICLE NORTH LETHBRIDGE MO-TIRES Cor. 3rd Ava. and 13lh St. N. Ph. 327-3181 i I with two on and two out in the eighth when Bud Harrelson sin- gled to left. Stargell charged the hit and fired to the plate, beat- ing Ken Boswell by several steps. fn the bottom of the eighth, Manny Sanguillen ripped his third hit of the game, moved up on a walk and scored the decid- ing run on Stargell's hit. The Mets got a run back in the ninth and had runners at first and second with none out. But Cleon Jones filed out and then Art Shamsky struck out as Sanguil- len threw out Tommie Agee trying to steal third to complete the double play and end the game. WISE STINGY Rick Wise fired a five-hitter for the Phillies and consecutive homers by Tim McCarver and Don Money sank the Cubs. Wise also drove hi a run with a hit after the Cubs had walked Larry Hisle to get at him. in fourth inning. Tony Taylor had three hits including a double for the Phillies. Tommy Davis had a two-run homer for Chicago. The long season is over for lit- tle Luis Aparicio, but big Frank Howard struggles on. Aparicio Chicago's 36-year- old bantam, set a major-league record Friday night by playing his game at shortstop as the White Sox trimmed Milwau- kee Brewers 5-1 in the opener of a doubleheader. Then, as the Brewers bounced back to take the nightcap 3-2, Aparicio prepared to depart for his native the Sox' blessing, a carccr-liigh bat- ting average of .313 and n signed contract for the 1371 sen- son. Howard, Washington's mas- sive slugger, took an O-for-4 col- lar as the Senators bowed to Ray Gulp and Boston Hed Sox 5-1. He has gone hitless in five games against Boston over the last seven days. Senators' skipper Ted Wil- liams said Howard, who leads the American League with 42 homo runs, is so tired he barely can swing a bat, but will not leave the lineup while the homer race is undecided. Min- nesota's Harmon KiUebrew is just one behind. Elsewhere, Baltimore Orioles topped Cleveland Indians 9-7 on Terry Crowley's 13lh inning homer; Minnesota Twins nipped Kansas City Royals 1-0 on Jim Perry's two-hitter; New York Yankees won their double- header nightcap against Detroit Tigers 8-3 after bowing 3-1 in the opener and Oakland Athlet- ics beat California Angels 6-0. Reserved Speed Wins Feature Race Meet In Stretch Run By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Writer It was more a case of coi cenfcrated .effort than reserve speed Friday afternoon in th featured seventh race Whoop-Up Downs. Reserved Speed, from th Golden Heart Stables of Ca gary, trained by Mrs. F. Mille romped home the winner in th feature guided by jocke Dwayne Wiseman. In winning the seventh rac the Calgary horse won the Le Williams Farewell Handicap The race was dedicated to Lc Willliams who this year step down after 10 years as the pre ident of the Southern Albert Racing Association. This year's Fall Race Mee marks the end of SARA Thursday the featured race wa in honor of Lucien Maynan the secretary of the Associa tion, while Monday, the las day of the nine-day meet, wi sec the running of the Lan Chapman Farewell Handica in honor of the genera manager of SARA. Today's featured race will 1> Marion Williams Memoria Handicap. Mrs. Williams, wh died last year, the wife Lee Williams. The race, fo three-year-olds and up, will b run over a mile and an eight with a purse of tops fo tha meet. Reserved Speed paid and The big payoff of the da came in the eighth and las race as Land Beyond, ridden b Gene Giesbrecht, was the wii ner followed by Vallielio, wit Lee Hanson riding, paid to 74 quinella ticket holders. The daily double of Waywar Boy in the first and Fog Patch- es in the second gave 59 bet tors Wayward Boy wa ridden by Barbara Suitor whil Dwayne Wiseman guided Fo Patches across the finish line A 52J.30 quinella was collect ed by 125 bettors as the thirc race was won by Novatate Second place went to Hobo1 Delight Gerry Kipling wa aboard the winner while Alvi McCauley rode Hobo's Delight Friday's mutuel handle was nearly identical to that of Fri day of the 1969 meet. A total o was spent yesterday while a year ago bettors wag ered Jockey Wayne Cuthbertson las been indefinitely suspends by racing officials. The young ider was found to have an electrical prodding device in his possession Wednesday an MISS STAMPEDER Has Ihe edge with thc'rall....... 1 ROYAL RETORT Has to be looked at............. 2 HI BORODALE.................. Might overcome post............ fl NIPPERETT6................... Will have lo be running.......... 3 VALIANT MIST.................. Not in here 1 MISS COUNT VON Some other lime.............. 3 SECOND RACE S500 Claiming for Ihrc c-y car-olds and upward FIVE FURLONGS NMOONLIGHT SPIRIT............. Can overcome postposition...... 8 BLACK BURT The main Ihreal................ 4 HANDSOME NERO Good for the show money........ 1 GOVERNOR GEORGE Should go well In here 1 COLLEGE COUNT............... Best would be threal............ 3 WH15TING JILL.................. Faded in last one.............. 5 PARKHALL LILA................ Can't see Ihis one.............. 7 RADIO BIT...................... Not wilh my money........... 6 THIRD RACE S500 Claiming for Ihrce-year-olds SEVEN FURLONGS NENA'S PET..................... Has found the spot............. S LOLITA'S HOPE Can be Ihe runnerup............ 2 SURE SPEED..................... Has lo be considered............ 3 GAY STITCH..................... could take all............. 1 BY MOOD................... Would be an upset U HOPE....................... Hasn't got much.............. 4 FOURTH RACE S500 Claiming for two-year-old maidens FIVE FURLONGS TRADER JOHN................... Should have llllle trouble....... 3 5YMBAOE......................... Good lor Ihe place money....... 1 ICE ROSE.................. Has lo be looked at............ 2 KHAL'S TILLY................... Will walch today............... 4 DOC MAC Might be the sleeper......... RILLA WILLS................... Nof today.................. FIFTH RACE ?500 Claiming for tlirec-ytfaixiHs and np- SEVEN FURLONGS SABRID........................ Can get the done........ MARCAN Looms as Hie contender...... POLISH Capable ol all.............. IRISH COLONEL................. Bears close walchlng......... KLONDIKE DOLL................ Will be away and winging..... BONNY AIRS................... Nice win last outing......... PLEASANT HOUR................ Would be a surprise SPXTH RACE 5500 Claiming for tlirce-ycar-olds and upward FIVE FURLONGS HOUR MAGIC Seems well placed lo score..... DOONBEG........................ Always dangerous............ IONA HAWK Will be wilh Ihe pace......... SUDDEN SERVICE.............. Some good races............. NEWALL'S CHOICE Upsel possibility............. WILL B ABLE Not wilh Ihese.............. VAL SCOTT Unable to recommend......... FAMOUS TERRY.............. Likes slow horses............. SEVENTH RACE S500 Claiming for Hire c-y err-olds and up- ward ONE MILE AND ONE SIXTEENTH FRIENDLY LAD................. Can run down this field....... SUN FOGTA Might never be headed....... FABISON.........................-. Clnssy sort, might be lough TOM'S AWARD................... Last race a good one........ DEFEND US..................... Bears some walching......... SO Oulside chance.............. CRULY TOP..................... Not today.................. DEAN'S DELIGHT................ Has some early foot......... EIGHTH RACE S700 Lang Chapman Farewell Handicap for three-year-olds and upward ONE MILE AND THREE EIGHTHS GILMORE..................... Good for anolher............ LITTLE BECK.................... Will force the issue.......... KOJO Capable of all BRIGHT VALLEY................ Could win ol a price............ B FLYING JIMMY................. Last race a dandy............... J AURNOI Can't discount chances.......... 7 NEW OMEN..................... Would be a surprise 6 IRON TONY................. Will be a big price............. S NINTH RACE Claiming for Hire c-y car. olds and upward SEVEN FURLONGS JOEY LAW...................... Can be a repeat winner....... JANET'S SISTER................ Completes the quinella......... BIMELACT Can get 1he show money......... 7 DEAR DEER.................... Always dangerous............. 5 STARSNIP...................... Some good races............... A QUIET RIDE Walch out lor Ihis one.......... 2 RARE DOMINGO................ Not in here................. WILD BRUCE Unable lo recommend......... BEST BET: Moonlight Spirit Longshot: Quiet Ride POST TIME: 2 P.M. 360, Fanlson (Jewell) J.90 3.90, Dirh Memory (Hanson) 4.80. Bay6 Messenger, Tudor Quarry Point also ran. Fiflti J500, claiming, and up, Rldqeview Hope (Glesbrccht) 4.90 3 40 390, Frlendy Lad (Kipling) 3.00 240, Spot O'Scolch (L. Wiseman) 2.50. Tl.Tie- 2-5. Desert Bunny, Iron Tony, Ryslo also ran. EXACTOR: SlO.iO. Sixth claiming, 3-year-olds und up, I furlongs. Helratlon (McCauley) fl.20 5.80 3.30, So Perfect (B Cuthberlson) 7.40 4.60, Testify (Kipling) 4.40. Time: Banquet Knlghl, Oh My Honey, Grande Badge, Gemelo Jig, Nerva also ran. Seventh claiming, 3-year-olds end up, S furloncs. Reserved Speed (D. Wiseman) 6.10 320, Welcome Glory (Tobacco) 12.10 5.10, Mac's Rulloh (L. Wiseman) 4.00. Time: Hopping Hope, Pixie Belle, Gifted Scribe, Pipestone, Creek, Some Llni also ran. Eighth 1500, claiming, 3-year-olds and up, 7 Land Beyond (Giesbrecht) 6 70 i 60 Valhelio (Hansen) 13.90 4.90, Den- ver Pete (Troute) 4.30. Time: Pilol's Counl, Ddan's Delight, Eva Dobbin, Fare Union, Canel Pat also QUINELLA: S65.SO. WINTERIZE SPECIALS ONE WEEK ONLY! Save On TUNE-UPS BATTERIES OIL CHANGE and FILTER-Our Brand HOSES and CLAMPS LET US MAKE SURE YOUR CAR IS READY FOR THE COLD WEATHER DIDN'T I I KNOW i. I i by GARY KIRK KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. Did you know that one high I school has turned out starting quarlerbacks two I the Nalional Foolball League? I. 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