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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta September 28, 1974 THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD Race results CALGARY (CP) Stampede Park race results Friday FIRST 2 year olds, claiming. 6 furlongs Air Strike (Olllve) 8 60 4 90 3 20, Superstar! (D Wisman) 4 30 3 20 Tipoquill Lad (Hendrlcks) 8 70 Time 1 53 Wmterfield. Soo Time, Dark Secret Brilliant Request. Fast Market. Klondike Charm Flying Casey also ran SECOND claiming. 3 year olds. 6 furlongs Miss Infinity (Hedge) 7 60 4 50 3 70. Kissing Cup (Ollive) 3 30 3 30, Kimitz (Coombs) 340 Time 1 16 Red Troian Derwent lamme Little Brown Hawk. Chino's Brave, Ophiree. Duch's Doll also ran DAILY DOUBLE: THIRD claiming 1 mile Two PM (Hendncks) 1610 740 4 30, Stumbling Cub (Ollive) 4 00 3 20, My Meteor (Coombs) 3 70 Time 1 54 Capital Spending. Lets Get Going. Copper Dan White Winter Regal Flash Doctor's Alibi also ran OUINELLA: FOURTH S2.000 claiming. 6 furlongs Mmits Sister (Coombs) 15 10 630 k 00. Mrs C N (McCauley) 1520 10 60 The Wisp (Niblett) 5 70 Time 1 16 Burgundy Lass, Swimming Chimp. El Chico Capitan. Narrabeen also ran Track Scratch Easy To Love FIFTH 32 000. claiming 3 year olds 1 mile Towers Image (Ollive) 3 90 3 00 2 60, Belmont Queen (Shields) 4 60 2 90. Blinking Billy (Morris) 2 50 Time 1 54 Mister Mission. Acrobat Boy Touch Of Frost. Sir Elliott also ran QUINELLA: SIXTH 000 claiming. 3 year olds, 1 mile Whistling Willie (Hedge) 31 80 12 50 6 20 Royal West (Watson) 6 20 4 00. Silky Song (Dunham) 5 00 Time 1 53 Play The Line. Dainty Dansei, Libation Super Link Polynesian Papa also ran SEVENTH claimers. 6 furlongs Fox Trot Pappa (Ollive) 7 90 4 10 310 Hes A Cookie (Hedge) 410 280 Mr Murphy (Gold) 330 Time 1 15 Summer Stan. Hurling Hill, New Alert also ran EIGHTH added 1 mile Grandm Park (Ollive) 14 50 6 30 4 50. Timber Topper (Norns) 5 80 4 80. Jay (Gold) 4 50 Time 1 57 Progressive Hope, Count Siempre Gotham Joy. Major Presto GliD also ran NINTH S1 500 claiming mile Jumble Rhythm (Hendncks) 1060 4 70 4 00 Love Succes (Ollive) 4 60 3 00. Whataruler (D Wiseman) 3 80 Time 230 Lustrous Sun Divvy Up Tinga Whippet Gay Stitch, Ice Alley also ran QUINELLA: ATTENDANCE: HANDLED: ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD, Representing.. if Fire Auto Bonds Liability Lower Floor 517 4th Ave. S. Established 1911 Royai !nsurance Phone 327-1 541 Ballard not at all happy, allegations are 'all lies' TORONTO (CP) Harold Ballard, tied of the long-distance verbal shots from Hockey Canada officials, lashed out at his critics Friday, citing them with mis- management, discourtesy and misleading the public with statements pertaining to the Toronto game of the current Team Canada Soviet Union hockey series. Ballard, president ot Maple Leaf Gard- ens, was accused by Hockey Canada of- ficials of withholding in gate receipts from the game at the Gardens on Sept. 19, sending Team Canada 72 a big bill following the 1972 hockey summit after telling the public it was free, and kicking two photographers filming the series for a Hockey Canada documentary out of the Gardens because Team Canada 74 refused to pay him Ballard labelled as lies the allegations by Lou Lefaive, chairman of the inter- national committee of Hockey Canada, and Douglas Fisher, Hockey Canada president. "It's all lies, lies, said the Gardens' official. He said Team Canada 72 cost him "before a game was played." He denied a bill was ever sent to Hockey Canada on that occasion "I provided over million in services for the 1972 team and have yet to receive a letter of thanks and, along with MLG treasurer J. D. Crump, sent a letter to Hockey Canada objecting to the manner in which the Hockey Canada people have acted in the matter. In his letter to Lefaive, Ballard object- ed "in no uncertain terms" to the "entire affair and the seriousness of your com- ments to the press." "The organization behind the games here and elsewhere was certainly less than an event of this stature deserved. From total mismanagement of the ticket situa- tion beginning with the late ordering, confusion over distribution, the mix-up with the public sale in Quebec City 700 seats were left unsold because of public unawareness and in the end the very un- necessary decision not to make available a nominal amount of seats for the host arena to the incredibly disruptive action of changing at the last moment the pre- arranged practice times with a Toronto Maple Leafs training camp in full swing He said Hockey Canada's action in the matter has "jeopardized the goodwill of the past and future ventures" in which the Gardens has participated with the federal government organization. NOMINAL RENTAL FEE Ballard said gate for the Sept 19 game at the Gardens totalled and that he charged only a 25 per cent rental fee Usual rental fee is 30 per cent of the gate. "Fisher complains that we charged for top tickets instead of the charged in Quebec City. As a matter of fact, we charged for every seat in the house and Team Canada got the money." The Gardens spokesman denied, however, that he threw any photographers out of the arena the night of the Canada Russia game "I most certainly told two photographers carrying big equipment to move away from where they were block- ing the view of he agreed "but I did not tell them to leave the building. "Originally I told the people putting the film together that if they had a sponsor I wanted a piece of the action or no pictures "Then, when Ron Stewart of the Team Canada staff told me they weren't going to make much money out of the documen- tary, I told them to go ahead and shoot." Salesman of the Month Brian Franz We are pleased to an- nouce that Brian Franz has won the Salesman of the Month award for Au- gust. We congratulate Brian for his fine efforts, and suggest that if you're looking for a new or used car, give Brian a call at 327-1591 FLEMING MOTORS LTD. 7th St. and 1st Ave. S. Phone 327-1591 Rapid Robert taking vows CLEVELAND (AP) Bob Feller, one time Cleveland Indians' pitching great, and the 44 year old divorcee whose husband once filed an alienation of affection suit against Feller, have taken out a marriage licence Feller, 55, and Anne Thorpe filed the licence application this week in Cuyahoga County probate court Mrs Thorpe's former husband. Donald, sued Feller in 1972. but the suit was dropped when the Thorpes were divorced the following year. WANTED SCRAP IRON Now Paying More For All Types Of Scrap Metal Farm Industrial Anything Made of Iron! 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