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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 1C THE inHBRIDOt HtHAtD Tnundoy, 58, Wins feature, two others Larry Wiseman holds hot hand lly TAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Writer Wise men say only Cools rusn in, but Larry Wiseman isn't foolish, Ho rushes in and out and past. Wiseman, It can be said, Is always In a rush. That ac- counts for his being at the fin- ish line first on more than one occasion at the Fall Race Meet at Whoop Up Downs. Wiseman, who with brother Dwayne, combined Cor six wins opening day last Friday, came RACE SELECTION By Willie Ketchum FRIDAY'S SELECTIONS FIRST RACE Claiming for four year olds aiid upward FIVE FURLONGS iriquer jrl Fin Hidden Dance All Mterla Dusler Hard Deel Traffic Handsome Champ Should win with ease Expect big Improvement...... Should a slice Just might upset Some fair effcrls ___ Would pay qcxcd Rarely gels clcsc.......... Has a lough assignment Roop player guilty ATLANTA CAP) 'ayne, Atlanta Hawks' SECOND KACE Claiming Eor four year olds and up SEVEN FURLONGS Hopping Slight edge elf lasl race Big Bambi The one to teal EL Cresso ___ Best race wins it..... Go Go Glen Will close with a rush Denorco....................... Way not quit today Chanfield................. Wcutd pay a big price Foxy Salto Chances seem remote Jamie S......................... Havmg a poor THIRD RACE Claiming tor 4 year olds and up FIVE FURLONGS Ferment........ Couilcis Belinda Teslify Mac Reierved Speed .Gait Storms Burgundy Lass Llffle Miss Day Ignore laV; can Has goad speed Dan't him out Had excuses Upset possibility Rail Improves thancej Would be an Has her work tul cut FOURTH BACK MO Claiming for 3 year olds an dup SEVEN FURLONGS Front Desk.................. FI Juitin'S Prince Muilango Sutascha Tickle Your Fancy Lustrous Sun Betabob Lucy's Alibaslro soil spot Will be closing last......... Figures lo be Rales s lair chance Better than opener indicates Would be an upset Slrfctly a longshtrt........... Also a Icngshct FIFTH RACE Claiming for four year olds and up Stumbling Cub Prerequisite Whirl a gale....... Shipper Tan Magic Mink...... Super Quill....... Heir Of'Hope...... Bigger Grant ONE MILE AND ONE-EIGHTH Too good for Ihese May never be caugM A powerful contender May catch tiiem all...... Likes Ihe local track Never quite catcher up would be needed A longshcf today SIXTH RACE Claiming for three year olds and FIVE FURLONG FFrst Tc Finish PolLiI. Rod Sun Array Fcrd'i Folly CAtcuJ Ul SEVENTH RACE Came Boy un i Sure Speed Fleet Fllller Dawn Outroman Dreamln Demon rAarias Pa Si ack Wednesday with tlirec timers. Dwayne missed Wed- esday's eight race card broken toe. He now trails1 rotlier Larry by one win. Larry up his second eature race victory in as y nEternoons as lie rode ay Your Bill to the finish line rst in the Lethbridge Herald iandtcap Wednesday. The races were halted after ust two races Saturday and Easy winner If right ir.consKtent but dangerous I.. Has plenty of speed Threat en eftort chance a! a price Has a lime sseed.......... Conning oil dWar.ce Ignore this one Claiming lor lour year olds anr? up SEVEN FURLONGS The slightest margin A powerful contender Never rum a tad Closes wifh a rush.......... With tcugher company....... Would te an upset.......... Hard to recommend Appears overmatched Tom basket- jail player, was found guilty on one of three charges of rape Vediiefday night Wid sentenced o two years in prison by a bi- racial jury of eight women and nir itien. Payne was found not guilty on two of the three charges of rape before Judge Sam Phillips WcKenzie in the Fulton County courthouse. The time Payne, 21, will have .0 serve will be counted from last May 19, when he was ar- rested. Payne could have gotten 20 years to life. The death! penalty had been waived by the prose- cution on the first day of the trial. The jury had deliberated for one hour Tuesday before re- s u m i n g again Wednesday. Payne, 7-foot-l, who is black, was found guilty of the one charge and the jury was then instructed by McKenzic. Under a new Georgia law, the judge outlines possible sen- tences to the jury, which then recommends sen tence in the case. Lawyers for Payne say they will appeal. Payne was cha rged with three alleged rapes of white women earlier In the year. The former University of Kentucky player signed with the National Basketball Association Hawks last year as a hardship case. He is reported to be receiving over He is married and has ona child. Wednesday marked the start ot a planned 11 day meeL Pay Your Bill, a 9-1 longshot In the seventh, won the Herald Handicap (OT Dennis Ruud of Calgary who owns and trains the horse. The winner paid to win as he ran away from favorite Stumbling Cub in the stretch. Stumbling Cub was ridden by Norm Jewell, The track was heavy Wednesday and Pay Your Bill covered the seven furlong distance in one minute forty six and one fifth seconds. Wiseman figured in (lie nella of the race Wednes- day as he won" aboard Joy's Taffy. Winning Skip was sec- ond, ridden by Karen Camp- bell, and the two paid The daily double of Flying Enterprise (n the first and Khaled Truckle in the second was worth to nine ticket holders. Campbell rode Flying Enterprise while appvenlico jockey Lonnic Charlton won his first race ever on Khaled Truckle. Shirley's Scope, with Delbert Rycroft up, combined with Disis Joe, piloted by Wiseman, to pay for the first nella. The exactor was worth as Barbara Suitor won with Speeds Beauty-followed by Biglittle Bull, ridden by Griff Ray. A chilly afternoon crowd of nearly wagered Wednesday. ALL ALONE COMING HOME? Not if you count the legs. Speed appears to be all alone heading boms but Flying Enterprise is on the rail. Flying Enterprise won firit race Wednesday as the Fall Race Meet resumed at Whoop-Up Downs. (Bill Groenen Phojo) FIRST J500, claiming, 4 year olds an1 furlongs. Flying Enterprise (Campbell) 4.30 3.20, Hams, Cougars dress Friday 10.50 EIGHTH RACE Claiming for four year olds and up SEVEN FURLONGS Monday Morn Edge off form Rock N Win Upset here lasl year....... Bujlir Kid Threat unless iplll hurt him Try America Tab for Improve men! serwiade All.................... Outside possibility Milmarle....................... Best would be required Dipper Dew................... pay a price pixie Belle Poor Saskatchewan term BEST BET: Stumbling Cull (Fifth) LONGSHOT PICK: Doc Mac (Third) POST TIME 2 P.M. Costly accident for Hornibrook MIAMI (AP) A near-fatal dormitory accident has ended the college football career of University of Miami quarter- back John Homibrook. Hornibrook severed an artery and ligaihent just above the el- bow of his passing arm while "horsing around" Monday night with three team-mates after watching a pro game on tele- vision. "Hornibrook lost so much blood he almost what they told coach Fran Curd said. Hornibrook was reported in satisfactory condition today after trans- fusions and emergency surgery. LMHA forms new team The Lethbridge Minor Hock- ey Association announced the formation of a Bantam "C" Rep team for the 1972-73 season Wednesday. All boys Interested in trying out for the new team are asked to attend a try out practice at the Adams Ice Centre at p.m. tonight. Another practice session will bo held Saturday at a.m. at the Adams. It is also requested that play- ers presently trying out with the ACT Bantam "A" Reps and the Bantam "B" Imperials should not attend. Speed (Jewell) i.70 5.10, Silent Bell [McDonald) 5.70. Time: 3-5, Rllla Wilts, Poodlefaker, Grin Fizz, The Rate. Flums also ran. SECOND claiming, year oldi and up, 7 furlongs. Khaled Truckle (Charlton) 36.20 14.10 5.10, Cupfdi Dart (Haynes) 3.BO 3.70, El (L. Wiseman) Time: 1-5, Scat's Brother, U Hope, Sunday Steet, Symbaoe, Rideabout also rsn. DAILY DOUBLE: SHS.OO. THIRD WOO, claiming, 3 year olds, 7 Scope (Rycrofl) 15.00 6.40 3.60, Dills Joe (L. Wiseman) 5.50 Blaze Of Speed (Haynei) 3.50. Time: 2-5. Hula Man, Canadian Breeze, Color Lucky, Cheno's Hayden, Rely also ran. dQUINEULA: 11UO. FOURTH 1500, claiming, 2 olds, 5 longj. Gallant Kir. (L. wrserrtan) 2.BO 7.70 1M, Norm's [Ray) 7.90 Baby Sncba, Arch, Jake's Jewel, Srormy Summer FJFTH 1500, claiming, 3 year olds and up 5 furlongs. Speeds Beauty (Suitor) S.OG 3.EO 3.00 Blgllrlle Bull (Ray) 7.BO 5.10, Tallyh. Joe (Drledger) 4.10. TTme: 1-5. First To Finish, Tickle Your Fancy SIngdown, Wayward Boy ran, EXACTOR! IU.70. SIXTH S500, claiming, 4 year ofdt and vp 7 furlongs. Spanish Gift (Rycrofl) 53.60, tolita's Hope (L. Wiseman) 3.70. Time: 3-S. Jean's Goldie, Mr. H, Llttl alw ran. Track scratch: Kclo. SEVENTH claiming, 4 year olds and up BUI (L. Wiseman) 1B.O. furlongs. Pay Your ._........ 6 EO 5.30, Stumbling Cub (Jewell) 3.S 2.90, Heir Of [McDonald) 11.30 1-5, Prerequisite, Furious FlIgM, Caplli Spending, Behl Behl, TIs Foolery al ran. EIGHTH claiming, 4 year and u; 7 furlongi. Taffy (L. Wiseman) 9. i.PO, Winning Skip (Campbell) 5. Joftfoon (Drledger) t.tO. Time: 1-5. Stags Left, Hurry Hally, Red Emperor a bo QUINELLA: Since suffering a lieart- reaking 4-3 loss to the Catho- c Central Cougars in their 1972 roiithern Alberta High School ootball League opener, the Collegiate Institute s have come on strongly. 31ack Hawks jlanked 1-0 By THE CANADIAN PRESS Rookie Steve Vickers broke a 3-3 tie early in the third period Wednesday night to launch New fork Rangers to a 6-4 win over New York Islanders. It marked the first meeting tho two teams, the Islanders making their debut in he National Hockey League. In other NHL exhibition ac- I o n, Montreal Canadicns dumped Bos Eon Bruins 6-3 at lalifajt, St. Louis Blues de- eated Detroit Red Wings 5-3 at Windsor, Ont, Buffalo Sabres ook a home Ice 1-0 victory 'rom Chicago Black Hawks, At- lanta Flames nipped Pittsburgh Penguins 4-3 at Sudbury, Ont., and New Haven Nighthawks, a new American Hockey League franchise, held Minnesota North Stars 1-1 at New Haven. HARRIS SCORES 2 Billy Harris, Islanders' No. 1 election in the NHL's universa' junior draft last June, scorec twice for the Islanders with Germain Gagnon and veteran Eddie Westlall collecting one apiece. Steve Shutt's goal 26 seconds into the game sent Montrea surging into a 4-0 first-perioc lead. Guy Lafleur added tw more" and Chuck Let ley anothe before the period ended. In their last two perform- ances, the Rams white-washed Medicine Hat Crescent Heights of the eastern divison 35-10 and bombed Winston Churchill Bull- dogs 26-0. The two straight victories pushed the Rams into second place in the western division, just behind the defending cham- ion Cougars, who have cot asted defeat In three starts. The Bulldogs rest In the west division cellar with one victory nd two defeats. Meanwhile in the eastern divl- ion, the Medicine Hat Mohawks old the league lead with a 2-1 record while McCoy Colts and Crescent Heights Vikings trail with 1-2 and 0-3 records res- pectively. With the season at the half- way mark, the Rams and Cou- ;ars will be out to keep their winning streaks alive. The Rams will try lo catch he Cougars with a victovy over the Mohawks Friday night at lenderson while the Cougars will try to stay one step ahead of their old nemesis witii a win over the Colts in the Gas City. Both games are set to go at p.m. Meanwhile one game Friday and four games Saturday will be the set up in the Foothills Football Conference on the weekend. Friday right, Claresliolm Cob- ras will face the Knights In Nanlon in the only scheduled league encounter while Satur- day, Raymond Comets and Coaldale Spartans will battle it out for first piace, Cardston Cougars will travel to Picture Butte and Vulcan will visit St. SPORT SCORES AMERICAN LIAGUE Cast W Boston.........61 Detroit 66 -tU New Oakland Chicago Minnesota Kansas Clly 74 72 S3 CallfornFa Texas .521 .523 -WO .413 .597 -Ml .510 ,500 97 TODAY'S GAMES Ksniai Clfy Draoo Mi-lit at Boslwi Curtis (10-7) New York Stattlemyra (14-17) at De- troit Lolich (21-1B> Minnwols Woodson O4-U] OflV- land Ottom (46) WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS California 003 000 X 5 Texai..... ooo Ml 1 t 3 Wright 117-11) Hlslt, Torborg Oi Sranhouji (1-81 PIna and Bll- I frigs. Kanm City ,.202000 f 1 Chicago 1M OM 7 1 Nelstwi OQ-4) and Taylor; Wood C24-U) Foreiter (9> and Herrmenn HR: KC-VAayberry 004000 f 10 832 OCX- 7 Brelt (S-12) Colborn (i) Ryerson (I) Taylor and Rodrlguei; McGlothen Lee (7-0 (3) Minnesota Sept. 38; Away IS) at Kansas City Sept. 30, Oct. 1, at California, 3, Chicago Away fai at Texas, Sep Mary's. In the only exhibition con- test, High River tangles with (he Ridge Riders in Milk River Saturday. Can't tell the players without one GLENDALE RECREATION IS NOW OPEN FOR OPEN BOWLING PHONE 328-2855 You'll need a Canucks' program VANCOUVER (CP) Con- cessionaires are going to have some busy evenings in Ihe Pa- cific Coliseum this season, sell- Ing programs describing Van- couver CanucVs. That popular pilch lhat "you can't tell the players without a program. was never truer than it is this fall as the Ca- nucks prepare to open their third National Hockey League season with a large crop ot un- tested and untried players. To go along with the new players, the Canucks, last-place LETHBRIDGE FALL RACE MEET THROUGH OCT. 9th EXCEPT SEPT. 26th, 28lh, OCT. 3rd WHOOP-UP DOWNS P.M. DAILY PARI-MUTUEL BETTING finishers in the easlern division last season, also have a new coach, Vic Stasiuk, and a new less on defence and more on scoring goals. Stasiuk has whittled down the learn heading inlo the final 10 days of the exhibition schedule and no fewer than five rookies arc favored to stay with the Ca- nucks. John Wright, Don Tannahill, Don Lever, Gerry O'Flaherty and Ron Homenuke are the new men, and all are forwards. Wright played with the Uni- versity of Toronto last season, Tannahill was drafted from Boston Bruins, Lever was tha club's first junior draft choice, O'Flaherty was snatched from Toronto Maple Leafs and Homenuke was the fourth jun ior draft pick. The Canucks' only off-season player losses of consequence were Rosaire Paiement, who signed with Chicago of the World Hockey Association, and Wayne Connelly, who is with Minnesota of tho W1JA. Both, however, were wingers where the Canucks are weakest. On defence, the Canucks ap- pear set, with Dale Tallon and Jocclyn Gucvrcmont, Ihe team's lop picks in 1970 and 1971 respectively, working with Greg Boddy, Jim Har- ?reaves, Barry Wilkins and Dennis Kearns, all with some NHL experience. The veterans up front are learn captain Orland Kurten- bach, Wayne Maki, Dave Ba- Ion, Andre Boudrias, Bobby Schmautz, Richard Lemieux and Bobby Lalonde. Wright and Homenuke have Centennials lie Totems CALGARY (CP) Centre Mike Rogers scored with eight seconds remaining Wednesday night to give Calgary Centen- nials of the Western Canada Hockey League a 1-1 tie with Seattle Tolcnvs of the Western Hockey League in an exhibi- tion game. Rogers potted a rebound with Calgary goal lender John Da- vidson sitting on the bench in favor of an extra attacker. Se- attle goallender Dave Me Lclland stopped a hard shot by Gery Holland and Rogers flip- ped the rebound high into the net. Ross Smith scored Ihe othei Calgary goil in the first period 30, oct, 1, 4. It Minnesota, pel. 1, 3 Elit W L PCI. OBL T Boston SI 87 Detroit ......Al 63 Vi New York 71 71 .523 3V4 BaLMmori .73 71 .573 ZVi Boston Korrw (1) Karris Clrv 38; Away K) Baltlmor Sept. 30, Oct. 1, it Delrott, Oc 2. 3, 4. Detroit (7> N8W Yor Sept. it, Milwaukee. Sept. XI. Oc 1, eMtort Oct. 2, 3. i. Hew York Home [51 Clev Sept. 30, Oct. 1, Milwaukee, Oc 1, 3, 4} Away (1) 8t Detroit, Sep 28. Baltimore Home f3) Bosh Sept. 39, 30, Oct. Ij Away (2) Cleveland, Oct. 3 Her LaGrow Zachary (71, Ibach (9.3) (9) ani 51ms, HR. ison (9) rnnesota 000 810 00ft-T S ahland .....000 000 f Corbln (8-9) and Brogmannj Hunter 1-7] end Duncan. Icveland 000-1 7 ....000000 0 t. 1 Perry (23-U> and FOSMJ McNfllly 3-17) Harflicm (1) Alexander (6) 'art (S) and Ofltti. ATIOHAL LIAGUK EMt W Iltsburgh hkaQo tw York 1, Louis Aotitreal Philadelphia S3 77 72 Pel. .031 .557 .530 Inclnnal] Jouston os Angeles Atlanta-...... an Francisco en Diego Weil 91 82 81 94 Mf 39 58 M M .470 .427 .335 31 27 HTA TODAY'S GAMES PlUsburah C12-P) Phlladel- ihla CarUon CW-10) WEDKESDAY'S RESULTS Hiw York 000 000 5f. Loult 000 491 McAntfrew (11-7) SBrfecM (7J lUdakfs; Sanlorlnl Gorbon (7) Hall