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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Three straight features for young jockey Royal Rouser brought Wiseman home first Friday, Sepl.rnb.r 29, 1972 11THBRIDCS HERALD Athletics make it in, Red Sox extend lead By PAT SUMJVAN Herald Sports Writer If repetition bothers you, then I-arry Wiseman Is bound to be a thorn in your side. Wiseman lias yet to lose a feature race at the 1972 Fall Race Meet at Whoop Up Downs. He made it tliree in a row Thursday afternoon before a sparse gathering of wind-chill- ed bettors. Wiseman and Royal Kouser, his mount, covered the RACE SELECTIONS By Willie Ketchum SATURDAY'S SELECTIONS FIRST Claiming (or three year old maidens SEVEN FURLONGS Prince Clem Barry T Broken Ice Count DlrX Prime Money Entrance Flaming Art Avenue Lady Needed last; can score an good early speed Better than lasl tod I cares Can handle the rest Perhaps a small share Would pay a good price Wot Id be a big upsel Cannot recommend SECOND Claiming for four year olds and up. SftVEN FUHLOXGf Ouillation Silver Dell PfldCis Dsniy..... Ocata Nits....... Johnny Red Stove Pipe........ Shy Fire .....lit Can Win In a breeze............ ......119 Can beat Ihe others............ ......m Will be closing lest............ .......119 Can gel a slice.............. IIP Hasn't teen running well....... ......119 Chance on a last track......... Faces a touch tasK............ Mr. T. L......................122 Dcesn'r figure today THIRD Claiming for tliree year olds............ ONE MILE AND ONE-SIXTEENTH; Dfsfs Joe Davey'i Hope Messenger Lad SteHler Auction Blare of Speed Hula Mah Color Me Lucky Caesar Song Repeat of last v.-ins If They'll have 1o cairn him..... Very dangerous today........, Is fresh; could surprise...... Hard-knocking youngster Mfght show Improvement Ir; a tough spot............. Pass this one FOURTH Claiming for four year olds and up. 1 SEVEN FURLONG No Work............ Lady's Trip......... Margan.......... Dexter Boy Captain Prefect..... Robin A Tiptoe...... Can catch up loday......., The ore 1o teat......... Might lead throughout...... Chance at a price Didn't like that last one Cant run wMh these FIFTH Claiming for four year olds and up, FIVE FURLONG Friendly Guy....... Roman Scholar ___ Killam.......... Milabarlsta Spot o Scotch Amter Day Jake The Rake Jean's Galdie .....US H3 ......in .....123 The slightest edge..... Toufih wMh 1he rail Figures to fce close Inside poll helps...... Will argue early..... Can run in the mud Vast Improvement needt Can't sprint with these vcn furlong dislance in one unute, forty three and one- th seconds finishing ahead of peedy Son and Gypsy Joe ae. Speedy Son was ridden Barbara Suitor while Del- ert Rycroft rode Gypsy Joe iac. The win was worth to Irs. Fred Miller, trainer of oyal Rouser, and owner D. liller both of Calgary. Flintstone, ridden hy Ry- roft, and Hillcrest Red with ockey John McDonald up, ombined for a daily ouble as the longshot Hill- rest Red paid to win. The third race quinella, combination of Hon- st To Goodness and Grey lope paid Wiseman ode Honest To Goodness while Lycroft was in the saddle of Grey Hope. Rycroft hit the winners circle i Nipawin outran Lady's Trip n the filth race, the exactor, buito- rode Lady's Trip. The of the two paid 14.50. Flying Jimmie and Fare Union were hot on each others 'eels in the eighth race with Flying Jimmie tho eventual winner. Ticket holders on the two received for their qui- nella bets. Thursday's gathering wager- ed to leave the pari- RESULTS FIRST S500, claiming 3 and i year elds, 7 furlongs. Flintstcne (Rycrotn 7.51 4.40 4.40, Male's Image (Suitor) 14.40 31.50, analla Rocky CD, Wiseman) 3.40. Time: Messenger lad, Viva Hope, Flam- ig Art, Barb's Luck, Lustrous Star also ran. SECOND claiming, 4 year nlds and up, 7 furlongs. HIHcrest Red McDonald) 42.70 9.30 3.50, Bandit's Jewel IL. Wiseman) 2.40, Famous Bay Boy (Sullor) 2.60. Time: 4-5, Rysle, Twilight Mood, Dark Susan, Last Road also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: S114.BO. THIRD 5500, claiming, 2 year olds, 3 fur- longs. Hunesl To Goodness Wiseman) 10.00 5.00 2.40. Grey (Rycroft) 6.fO 3.20, If By Chance (D. Wiseman) Time: 3-5. Copper Muffs chance. Fam- ous pansrco, cypress Street, Mrss mutuel handle well shorl of lost year's record pace. "We have to get some good said Andy Andrews Thursday afternoon. Andrews, the manager of the Lelhbrldge Exhibition, was op- timistic about the remainder of the race meet. He, like many others, feel 1972 will be a ban- ner year with just a small break from the weatherman. Junior B hockey in Letlibridge The Central Alberta Junior 'B" Hockey League has chang- id its organizational structure ily for the 1972-73 sea- son. QU1NELLA: S37.30. SIXTH Claiming for three year olds ami up. ONE MILE AND ONE-jSIXTEENTl Big Lilllebull s CcoVIe Alchard Tsllyno Joo....... Khaled Trcclcle Shady Spiril Joy's Taffy Gypsy Jo Mae ___ Edge In a liohl race They may nc1 calch him Will with a rush Back at his dislance Can argue early Dest would te needed Came to life recenlly Didn't beat much....... SEVENTH Claiming lor four year olds ard up. FIVE FURLONGS Sea Lynn 117 Can reverse the decisfon Sunshine 121 Speed en the rail Game Boy.....................121 CoL'ltf lake II Kool Turk....................119 Better than Fast JrxJtcHlei Speed's Beauty 117 Upiet possibility Ehoolalnng...................110 Some lair shols Jume Moon.................. 113 A longsrml Itxfay................. Lisa B Good..................117 In a lough, spot................... EIGHTH Claiming for four year olds and up..... SEVEN FURLONGS Sunny Hoop Hungryhawk Frlskalale Arthur D. L? Tlque Swishaway EEI Halcon Grfnner..... 117 .....m na Edge off Saskatchewan form Completes the qulnclla Rates a lair chance Could prove troublesome Some lair effOrfs Would pay a prfce........ Return to form needed....., So.ne ofher time........... DEST BET QUILLATION (2ml) LONGSIIOT TICK BLAZE OF SPEED (3rd) I'OST TIME P.M. Eskimos defeat Lions easily The Lions were handed their firsl loss of the 1972 Lethbridge Minor Football league season as they dropped a 2-1-13 verdict ON EXHIBIT VLADIMIR FIALA WORKS A number of his pieces will be for sale. You are Tnvlled to vinw this exhrbfj now ar Ihe Quick Change. A variely of coffees and teas available. OPEN TUES. TO SUN. B p.m.' I a.m. 2-5 Sunday afternoon Over 21 QUICK CHANGE 306 13ih St. K. FOURTH claiming, 4 year ings. (O. wiseir in) 13.20 rolt) 8.30 .10 4.80, Malabarista (Rycn 00. Fary Inn (Smith) 3.20. Time: 45. Friendly Guy, Romo Brandy, KM- am, Romen Scholar also ran. FIFTH S500, claiming. 4 year olds and up, furlongs. Nipawin (RycroftV A.40 3.60 5.90, ady's Trip (Suitor) 7.40 Trader Dhn (Jewell) 3.20. Time: 3-5. Dlplomado. Boy Eipirl De aeed. Congressman also ran. EXACTOR: SIXTH JIOO, claiming, 3 year olds arid up, furlongs. Brian T (Campbell) 34.20 e.90 3.70, Main (Rycroltl 7.90 J.10, Fire Line (Jewell) 3.60. Time: 4-5. Alchard, Bell's Sheila, Gay Stitch, imarl Bel, Spscial Messenger also SEVENTH SEOO, claiming, 4 year olds and up r furlongs. Royal Rouser (L. Wiseman) 8.40 3.50 3.50, Speedy Son (Suitor) 3.50 3.10, Gypsy Jo Mea 5.10. At a general meeting held in Stettler recently, six new teams were granted franchises, two teams received a leave of ab- Short sport RAIDERS INK GOUT11IEH NEW YORK (AP) Veteran defenceman Jean Gauthier, who played the 1971-72 season with Baltimore Clippers o[ the American Hockey League, has been signed by New York Raid- ers, the World Hockey Associ- ation club announced Thursday. IN AHL games last season, Gauthier scored three goals and had 37 assists. ROUGHIES APPEAL REGINA (CP) Saskatche- wan Roughriders are appealing the fine levied by Cana- dian Football League Commis- sioner Jake Gaudaur against Bill Baker tor flattening Ed- monton Eskimos' quarterback Dave Syme in a Sept. 17 game in Hegina. Syme got a broken nose in Ihe collision and Eskimo man- agement was incensed with what they called "animal" be- ll avior liy Baker, Riders' big defensive end, TREVINO IS CLOSE BETTENDORF, Iowa (AP) Lee Trevino lurked just two strokes off the pace of a pair of youthful, long-shot leaders to- day as officials attempted to complete the storm-interrupted first round of the Quad Cities Open golf tournament. Jack Lewis, 25, and Don Ivor- son, 26, non-winners on the pro tour, posted four-under-par 67s Thursday several hours before a violent storm forced suspen- sion of play with about two dozen pros still on the course as a storm swept the Crow Valley Golf Club. sence for one year and the former two-division league was increased to a three-division league. As it stands now, St. Paul, Stony Plain, Barrheau, Vegre- ville and Vermillion will form the north division and Olds, DrumlieUer, Hanna and Oyan will make-up the central divi- sion. The south division, which Is the new zone added this year, will be comprised oE teams from Brooks, Taher, Medicine Hat and Lethbridge. Ponoka of the centra! zone ami Jnspol of the northern di- vision wore granted a leave of absence. Meanwhile Lethbridge's en- try in the league, the Y's Men Native Sons, have announced, that season tickets for their 16 home games will go on sale next week. Their season schedule calls for 32 games in the south divi- sion and a partial interlocking schedule with the central divi- sion. Their season gets under way in the first week of November. The Lethbridge ctab will be coached by well-known hockey By HAL BOCK Associated Press Sports Writer The happy Oakland Athletics and desperate New York Yan- kees were at opposite ends of an emotional see-saw today as baseball's 1072 season headed into Us Jinal regular week of play. The Athletics, wearing the American League's West Divi- sion crown, were happy that they hadn't backed into the title and the Yankees, still nursing an outside shot at the AL's East title, were grateful that they hadn't backed out of their chance for the other division championship. Oakland wiped out a seven- run deficit and clinched the West with an 8-7 victory over Minnesota Twins while the Yankees, peering at the fate of instant elimination, fought back for a 3-2 victory over Detroit Tigers. The Tigers' loss, combine( with Boston's 3-1 victory ovei Kansas City Royals, moved the Red Sox I'.i games ahead of Detroit in Ihe AL East scramble. Each team lias six to play including a season-ending three-game series ngainst each other. The Yankees are third, jurgh Pirates 2-i as Steve Carl-, .on became the eighth pitcher n major- league history to strike out 300 batters In a sea- son. Oakland, trailing by seven runs In the first innings, tied the score on Angel Mang- ual's two-run single in the eighth Inning. In the ninth, leadofE batter Sal Bando was hit by a pitch and then circled the bases on Dal Maxvill's double for the winning run. Roy White's 12th inning homer gave the Yanks the vic- tory and kept them mathemati- cally alive. New York beat Mickey Lol- ich, dealing the Tigers a tough blow. In order to catch Boston, Detroit will have to win two more games than the Red Sox of the six that both teams have let. The loss left Lolich with a 21- games behind with five to play and idle Baltimore Orioles slipped to fourth place, lour be- hind with five lo play. In the only National League game played Thursday, Phila- delphia Phillies topped Pitts- Masters curling event CALGARY (CP) The Mas ters curling championship, hel( here for the last three years in January, has been cancellec for 1973 because of a heavy curling schedule In Alberta. "We're dropping the Master just for this said Vi' Wintoniak, with an Edmonlo: organization which runs t h' tournament. 4 since Uie all star a me. "The last half, I've lost a lot f said Lollch, but this one is probably the oughest." "One less game to said Red Sox manager Eddie Kasko, ifter John Curtis had oul- luelled Dick Drago. "It's as .imple as that." Drago permitted the Sox only ive hits but two of hem wera doubles by Reggie Smih, who scored twice, and another was clutch, two-out singl e by Doug Griffin that chased horns he first Sox run in the second inning. FANS 30 Z BATTERS In the only National Same, Cariton spun a six-hitter and struck ou 11 to beat Pits- burgh. It was the 26th victory of the season for the Phillies' ace left-hander and gave him 302 strikeouts. The only other National Leaguer to reach the 300 plateau was Hall of Famer Sandy Koufas. '1 had one of the best fast- balls I've had all year and the best curve said Cariton. He called the 300-strikeout plateau 'a great accom- plishment." One of the hits of Cariton was the of Roberto Cle- menle's career. Clementc, keeping his word hat he would try for No. in Pittsburgh, left the game for pinch hitter Bob Roberson in the sixh in- ning and Roberson becama Carllon's 300th strikeout victim. player and sportsman Stan Maxwell. Opera Star el5o ran. EIGHTH 3500, claiming, 4 year oldl and up, 7 lurlonps. Flying Ji.nmle (Rycrofn S.30 t.70, Fare Union (Haynes) 17.30 6.10 Mike Mullin (Campbell) A.M. Time: 2-5. Rodwceder, Hnlfl Fire Swishaway Mainly cloirdy. El Halcon also rat QUINELLA: SV4. MARTINEZ DIES MADRID (AP) Miguel Martinez, 34, a soccer player for Atletico de Madrid who had been in a coma since 1964, died Thursday, doctors said. Martinez fainted before game in Montevideo, Uruguay, June 11, 1904, and never re- gained consciousness. Distilled, Blended and Bottled in Scotland by White Horse Distillers Ltd., Scotland You can take a WHITE HORSE anywhere JOB FOR SINDEX MONTREAL (CP> Ted Blackmail of The Ga7ette says in a column written from Mos- cow that coach Harry Sinden of Team Canada will return next week to Boston Brains of the National Hockey League general manager of the defend- ing Stanley Cup champions. YOU NAME THE ANDY CAPP o the Eskimos at the Renter son hal! park Thursday night. The loss Icfl Hie Lions an he Bombers tied for the league- cad with Identical 3-1 records while the Eskimos moved into second place tic with the Slamneders with 2-2 records, St. Mary's Indians rest in the league-cellar with no wins in four starts. In last night's opening con- test, Stan Schmidic rambled' down Ihe sidelines for two touchdowns to lead the Eski- mos to an easy win. Dale Boyehuk and Tim Rich- ardson chipped in with solo ef- forts while Keith Miyashiro and Perry Wilson replied lor the Lions. Miyashiro returned a .kick-off 60 yards for his TO and added tlie convert attempt while Wil- son galloped CO yards down the field for his individual effort. In the second encounter of the evening, Stan Cohen's success- full convert attempt gave the Stamps a slim 7-6 over the Indians. J i m Schwass scored the Stamp's lone TD after recov- ering a fumble on the Indian's 40-yard line while Tom Russell replied for the Indians. Meanwhile LMFL officials would like to stress that Mon- day will mark tlic first day of Minor Football Week In Can- ada. A host of games will be staged between Oct. 2-7 to com- memorate the annual aflair. ii THERE ISN'TGOINV }l BE ONE, MISTER CAPP EULO THESE, ALBERT, WHAT TIME'S THE wEODIN'r t WANTED T V. MSSE'-F FL.OWI r COULDN'T 5ST THE 9.00 GLENDALE RECREATION NOW OPEM FOR OPEN BOWLING PHONE; 328-2355 ANY REASONABLE OFFER WILL BE ACCEPTED PAINT! PAINT! PAINT! 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