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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Just can't miss in feature races And then again it was Wiseman By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Writer If you think It's luck, forget it. Jockey Larry Wiseman has ridden four straight feature winners at the Fall Race Meet and he's doing it wilh skill. Luck, has very little if any- thing, to do with it. Once can be called lucky, twice, you begin to wonder. Then when it happens a third time you conceed. But a fourth lime. What can you say? RACE It's easy. Wiseman Is doing his thing, which happens to bo riding horses, and doing it bril- liantly. Marias Pass, owned by W. Adams and G. Hemple of Mc- Dowell, Sask., enjoyed Wise- man's guidance Friday and earned the Frank Sloan Texaco feature race laurels. The winner went out a 9-1 longshot and paid as he covered the seven furlong dis- tance in one minute, 36 and two fifth seconds. Restless Dawn, wilh jockey Ray Griff up, was second while Dreamin Demon was third. Dreamln Demon was ridden by By Willie Ketchum MONDAY'S SELECTIONS FIUST Claiming for three year old maidens..... SEVEN FURLONGS ........lit Edge wilh Ih! rail 119 will right there....... 117 Threat despite post...... .......114 Showing some speed lately 116 Needed last; could upset 119 Best would be required .........116 With tougher company .........117 more distance Cupld'j Dart Winter Watch Wayward Boy Earl Of Richmond Rllla Wins Fiery Dell Grin Fizz O'Gemlnl SECOND S500 Claiming lor four year olds anil up SEVEN FURLONGS Bandil'i Kckua Raging Sea Congressman Trader John Bultrum'5 Boy Stage Fever Dipfomado Tlie winner 1( right strictly Ihe danger Las! race a good one Threat on a dry tracK Only II its muddy Will watch one Would pay a price Vasl Improvemenl needed Karen Campbell. Barbara Suitor, who just Bowling scores THIUD Claiming for three year olds ONE MILE AND ONE-SIXTEENTHS Grey Hope Miss StarspMd......... Mr. Ted M............. Ce Ja........................117 Cheno's Annie.................114 Muffed Baby 114 Should win wilh ease 111 Completes Ihe quinella Mz Can do better today.......... Watch for big Improvemenl Inside post helps Opener showed nothing A longs hot today No line on Ihls FOUIIT1I Claiming for Jour year olds and up...... SEVEN FURLONGS 1H Brown Page BlcssedwElhspced Grand Command........ Wee Tosca...................132 BloniJ'eco 118 Lustrous Srar.................122 Terry's Quick Malo.........-.........U7 IIP Found an easy spof one lo beat Has early ipeccf Should be close today Chance at price An our side possibility Prefers five furlongs..... Strictly a longshot FIFTH Claiming for four year olds and up...... FIVE FURLONGS Counless Belinda Fermenf...... Cillcsc Count Northern Emperor Busier Kid...... Big Bcul Kojo........... Slags Lefl 114 Should lead ell the way 119 Competes the exaclor 122 Could take It all .119 Can Improve en his last 11J Will close quickly ___ 119 Absclulc fccs1 required 13S Old timer is In tough 116 Doesn't figure In here SIXTH Claiming for ilircc year olds and up...... ONE MILK AND ONE-pIXTEENTHS Fire Line Brian T........ Tit Foolery Main Halo Rodwecdcr Slmba Sue Tli-A-Putf Cheno's Haydn Can redeem himself........... Ill Sharp win last time............ ..110 Jusf Ignore that last one....... Chiinre at a price............ 114 Threat on a dry track 111 Will close a little ground...... T16 Has work cut out Ill Should stick wifh three-year-olds SEVENTH RACE Claiming for four year olds and up. FIVE FURLONGS Stumbling Cub..... Monty B.......... Pay Your Bill...... Pferequislle...... Gay SlHth........ Capllaf Spending Heir Of Hope...... Furious Flight..... Edge at Ihe weights Looked sharp here earlier Danger despite weight..... Thrcal on a dry (rack..... Could prove troutlesome Fair Saskatchewan form Hard to recommend..... Would come as B shock EIGHTH Chiming for four year olds and up..... SEVEN FURLONGS Wimple SlreEt Winning Skip Hurry Prince Imbros Tiny's King..... Haydn's Doll Lolila'a Hops Tedlee......... HI Should overhaul these...... IIQ Wins If track ts heavy IH Figures highly here Could be Ihe sleeper 122 They'll have to catch him Ill Outside chance on best try 116 Hasn't been running well 122 Has terrible form BEST BET Grey Hope (Third) LONGSHOT PICK Tiny's King POST TIME P.M. No surprise BETTENDOFIF, Iowa (AP) Iverson, who never be- fore has challenged seriously for a major title, wasn't at all surprised to find himself with a two-stroke lead going into to- day's third round in the weather-plagued, Quad Cities Open golf tournament. "I'm not surprised to be lead- the Iverson said Friday after battling cold, blustery winds for a par 71 and e total on the Crow Valley Golf Club course. think I'm capable of lead- ing a tournament." Iverson, winner of and the satellite Shrevcport Classic title this season, was two strokes in front of a quartet tied at 140. They are rookie Lonny Wadkins and Bob Wynn, who matched 69s in the gusty winds and 40-degree tempera- tures, Doug Olson, with a scc- ond-round bcrt, 72. and Gibby Gil- CAPRI BOWL NJ-MODE Flofervce Hartman 243; Myrna Ol- shajkl 343 Megan YenoslK 251; Connie Marsha fsay 152; Sobu- liak 161; Gaye Pedsrsen 254; Bev Henderson 261 Olnl Lotiuil 135; Judy Lawson 239 Loretla Kar- bonik 234; Erna Rlchler 238; Wendy Snyder 238. SUNDQU1ST CONSTRUCTION Pat Plomp 231; Jean Passey 3J2; Nell Macintosh 2i4; Eileen Carter ?J2; Isabel Orslen 297 Jen Hegi 24i; Helen Weels 276 Peggy Guiii 259; Pat McDonald 131; May 305; Mae Popma 235; Joyce Andreachuk 237. FRIENDLY LEAGUE Dean Stllson 340 Jim McNicI in-, Gary Kennedy 2M; Ken Schlahl 241; Clyde Matheson Phyl Lynch 350 Muriel Stinson 2M; May Syme 207; Sanely MacKenile 219; Erv Parkas 216. HENRY HOMES Tom Adams 365 Ed Hender- son 341 Jim WclcM 2flB Bernis Carrier 2B? (6701; Jfm WcPIke 759; Harry Garrick 2S2 14431; Grace McPike 740; Norma Adams 223; Elea- nor Fcnloo 231; Carol MacKay 223; Karhy Mueller 222; Wendy Sanders 226 LETHBRIDGE BANKS Cheryl Kruchyhwlch 270; Gladys Lowe ?67; Emily KubJK 251; Arlene Bartcssfc 234; Donna MeEwan 533; Jean Graves 2341; Lori Klause 23B; Tom Austin 24S Syt Pocht 228; Tony Cocfon 23B; Bob Pavan 220, J.C.C.A. Aya Nakamura 3W Carol lla 2ED Dot Miyashlro 351; Mary Thomas 242 Masa Goihrnmon 243 Marie Hirashfma 231; Ryo Nagala 202 Ken KamUomo 239; Wimp Nakamura Shlg Gosti- nmcn 296 TaK Katakaml 295 Shlg Nakagawa 270 HART TAXIDERMY Dave Oliver 251; Toffle Oseckl 29i; Len MJIner 252; Henry Bechthold 270 (744) r Vaughan Tennanl 295 Chuck Ober 256j John Carlson 267; Mary Ward 217; Hilda Blanch! 243; Rote Nu.iweiler Beltv MurHand 253; Velma Miller 244 Phyllis Wurier 229. PRE-BUILT SOCIAL Guila Bunnage 210; Ken Stiigeml 213; Melanie Wilson 205; Bob Bennett 220; Doreen Wilson 230; Nedra Wll- Hams 241; Bob Thomson 353; Judy La- gasse 235; Barb Brown 156; Gary Low 233. RIGA'S Jenny Feher Gail Jones Marlene Bosch 254 Juanita Lin- gard 753; Pal Jar vie 2J6; Lorraine Persley 295 Roberts 2J4; Edllh V01h 163; Gill Lofhlan 257; Alice Heynen 233. KK1GHT5 OF COLUMBUS Steve Pcdersen 26? Jack Smeed 371; Lyle Sudln 7S3; C. Laiarutc 295; Bob Costanio 254 M. lestrup 272r Rosanne Horrocks 252; Dorothy OlshasW !S3 Myfna Tymensen 363; Berfie Pcdefseti 249. MORNING COFFEE Diane Dccaire 259, Sandra Cropley 347 Marg. Glllesple 331, Bev Harrison 344, Wilda Ho-wcllJ 772, Cor- rine Ktiebrlnk 730, Peggy Forry 243 (672) Jane Smyke ?77, Connie Marsh- alsay 239, Adele Piziingrllll 279. MART1NIZING Angele Morrison 272 Pat Le- Claire 286, Doreen Wilson 373, Myrna Tweeter 270, Masa Goshlnmon 316 (M9) Isabel Orslen 33? Lorraine Kir- chner 253 May Heiberl 258 311 Stgrld Don- kin Carolyn Wilde 297 GREEN'S SHOES Meiel 318 Darrcll Laa- Icr 333 Cccfl Murakami 307 (852) Sam Girardi 322 Bill Kos- koski 293 Baden Pilling 31S Belly Kato 274, Bev Meiel 277 Karlyn Splticr Marion Tolley Isabella Bergman 304 Dlanne Corbeir 258. EAGLES LODGE Cyril Barnell 264 Ron Bola Nick Lastuka 237, Ceo Matched 373 Helen Scroggle 234, Kathy Ludwig 368 Mary Ness 249 Olga LaRocque 223, Angle Fuirer 227, VASA LODGE Sob Hanson 230, l_eora Ness 274, Arvid Oseen 290, Will Ness 252, LI I Hegland 222, Flo Seager 246, Layne Oaceda 266, Jon Enandtr 136, Bfs Hanson 23J, Joyce Berry 237. happens to be as good a rider as there is at the Fall Race Meet, figured in the payoit on the daily double as well as the last quinella as she won two races. After Howard Boggs brought Royal Traffic home ahead of the pack in the first race Suitor took Big Bambi to the front in the second and never looked back. The combination of the two paid In the eighth race Friday- at Whoop Up Downs Suitor was the winner aboard Buster Kid. Second place went to Serenade All bringing about a quinel- la. The exactor paid as Whirlagale, wilh Karen Camp- bell in the saddle, finished just ahead of Super Quill, ridden by Wiseman. Robert Smith won his first race of the meet as he rode Testify to victory in the third race. Countess Belinda was second making for a quinella. Dwaj'ne Wiseman, who rode four winners opening day, was aboard Countess Belinda. Wise- man liar! missed two days o! racing because of a broken toe. Friday's crowd of wager- ed Saturday, 30, U72 THE LITK6RIDGE HERALD 15 Happy to be home FIRST clof.tiing, 4-year-olds ancJ up, furlongs. RoyaT Traffic (Boggs) BOO S.OD 3.30; Dance Alt fCharlton) 5.00 -4.00; HTcfden Prince (SlUor) 3.80. Time: 3-5. Banquet Knight, Duster Handsome Champ, Court FtnnFgan. Hard Deal also ran. SECOND nmg, 4-year-olcls and GLAD HE'S HOME Montreal steelworker Andre Labelie kisses the marble floor at Montreal International Airport as ta sign he's glad to be home from Russia. Labelle was one of many Canadian hockey fans returning from Moscow Fridtfy following the Russia-Canada Hockey Series. (CP Wirephoto) That could be trouble Houston faces Namath TORONTO CCP) A plan- eload of hockey fans arrived from Moscow Friday night. tired but happy. The 12-hour flight, on top of sleepless hours celebrating Team Canada's G-5 final-game victory over Russia, made most of the fans subdued. They were happy to be, home. The experience in Russia "unbelievable and unforget- said Ken Maslen of To- ronto, who made the trip with his son Roger, 13. "We yelled ourselves We did it to give our team en- couragement and they needed it. The RiiSvSisns never gave up playing good hockey." 0 accommodations and meals, Mr1. Maslen said: "It wasn't the besl food, but you have to remember we didn't pay the top prices. As for the adults, there was plenty of vodka and champagne if they wanted it." He paid each for his two excursion tickets and thought the experience was worth it. Some aspects of the final game lie didn't like. "That was a bush-league per- formance by Sinden and Eagle- lie said. He was referring to Team Canada coach Harry Sinden, who tlirew a stool on the ice, and to team executive Alan cla 7 furlongs. Big Bambl (Sutlor) 11.70 2.90; Go Go Glen (D. Wiseman) 5.30 3.30; Hoppfng Hope (L, Wiseman) 2.70. Time: 1-5. El Cresso, Jamie S, Denorco, Miss Slampeder also ran. DAILY DOUBLE; i65.70 THIRD claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 5 furlongs, Tasflly (Smllh) 14.3d 4.40 4.60; Coun- feis Belinda (D, Wiseman) 3.30 3.60; Burgundy Lass (Rycrofi) 3.90. Time: 2-i. Reserved Speed, Gall Slorms Little Miss Day, Doc Mac, Expanding also ran. QUINELLA! IJO.M FOURTH SSM, claiming, 3-year-ofds, 7 fur- longs. Desk (L. Wiseman) 2.90 3.20 2.70; Hellri (Ray) 7.00 5.10; Lustres Sun (Hayncs) 4.10. Time: 1-i. Sufascha, Blue Mirstango, Justin': Prince, Lucy's Alltjaslro, Indian Quill also ran. FIFTH claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs. Whirlagale (Campbell) 4.40 3.20; Super Quill (L. Wiseman) 3.10; Gay Stitch tCharlton) Time: 4-5. Skipper Tan Heir Of Hope, Bigger Grant, Magic Mink, also ran. EXACTOR: SIXTH S500, claiming, 3-year-olds and up, i furlongs. Polish Rod (D. Wiseman) 5.90 3-50 2.50; Color Me Lucky CCamptell) 13.10 Ford's Folly (Smith} 3.40. Time: 2-5. LangnHa, Sun Array, Pint To Fin- ish, Shoolalong also ran. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS New York Jets' ai r show moves into the Astrodome for the Houston opener Sunday, but that's not all the Oilers have to worry have the worst defence against the run in the National Football League. The Oilers, who have allowed 400 yards passing, fifth-worst in the NFL, have to keep one eye on Joe N axnaUi, who passed for 496 yards and six touchdowns, beating Baltimore Colts, and another on such run- ning backs as John Riggins, who certainly will test a de- fence that lias yielded 513 yards in losing two games. A victory for the Jets, 2-0, could give them sole posession of first place in the American Conference's Eastern Division if Miami Dolphins, 2-0, falter against the tough Minnesota Vikings 1-1. Will Williams quit as manager? SEVENTH rilng, -4-year-olds clal 7 furlongs. Marias Pass (L. Wijeman) 23-90 9.50 6.00; Restless Dawn (Ray) 3.10 6.1Q1 Dreamin Demon (Campbell) 3.30. Time: 2-5. Flitter, Sure Speed, College Count. TIs Foolery also ran. EIGHTH S5CO, snd 7 lurlwigs, Buster Kid (Sulfcw) 7.SO J.30 3.60; Serenade All i Jewell) 4.70 3.30; Mil- marie (Oreidger) 3.30. Time: 3-5. Rockln "N Wind, Dipper Dew, Mon- day W.OTJI, Try America, Dixie Belle also ran. QUINELLA: 171.00 and 70, 1973 SCORPION PREVIEW OPEN HOUSE FRIDAY N1TE AND ALL DAY SATURDAY SEE ALL 1973 SCORPION SNOWMOBILES by ths Original Scorpion Dealer in Alberta 10 to 15% Discount (ON All ITEMS EXCEPT FRANCHISE UNES) PLAINSMAN SPORTS LTD. "YOUR HUNTING and SPORTING HEADQUARTERS" 329 7th ST. S, OPEN 7HURS. AND FRI. Till 9 P M, PHONE 328-6822 ASCA will oppose moves made by IOC MONTREAL (CP) The American Swimming Coaches Association voted unanimously Friday to oppose any move by tlie International Olympic Com- mittee to reduce the number of aquatic events and contestants for any future Games. More than 600 coaches from the associations representing 27 nations were at- tending ttie second world swim- ming clinic here. The IOC currently is ponder- in a move lo reduce the num- ber of swimming events and contestants, but still has not voted on tlie question. The association's resolution said that it would be better to withdraw swimming from the Olympic program and lo con- duct their aquatic Olym- pics, than see the present pro- gram reduced almost 40 per cent. In making the protest to the IOC and to the International Swimming Federation the association noted that only in the events won by Mark Spitz of the liruled States, Shane Gould of Australia, Ro- land Mathes of East Germany Gunner Larsson of Sweden, and Melissa Beloto of the U.S. were there repeat modal winners. Spitz won seven gold medals at tho recent Munich Olympics while Miss Gould won (hre. gold, one silver and a bronza. DALLAS (AP) Ted Wil- liams is expected to announce this week what he intends to da about the last year lett on his Texas Ranger contract. The odds are he won't be spending it as manager. An hour visit wilh Williams will gel you a report on Texas clove hunting, the fact he uses a double-barrel sholgun on wood- cock in New Hampshire, and anything else you want to talk about except a straight answer on his plans. Only once did he use "they" to refer to the Rangers. "The season's been a grind, no Williams said. "I imagine owner Bob Short will announce something about mid- week. "I hate losing but lliis club will have to suffer a few more years before it moves into the first division. They have poten- tial down the road maybe in three years. Things can hap- pen fast." STICK WITH YOUTH Tlie Rangers of the American League West have the worst record in baseball. "I've heard Ted complain about the 'grind1 for the lasi fom' years, then he always shows up for spring training vith the enthusiasm of a aid general manager Joe Burke. "It's up lo him, whatever he vants to do is OK with Burke said. "If Ted decides TO o manager, then I can see him n sort of an advisory capacity vith us you know maki spring training and work witl he young players. can't ever sec him sitting )ehind a desk. He couldn1 stand it (or 15 minutes. Yoi should see him come in hevi go through his mail lip-zip-zip and he's througl t and gone." Burke said "Ted will an nounce something when he1 ready. I expect it will be this week." The only Inconsistency yo et In talking to Williams and Ranger management is that Vniiams said the front oftice ill make the announcement nd the front office said Wil- iams will decide the time anc lace. It's only a matter of se- mantics but Hanger vatchers uve looking for any sign of Wil "ams' discontent with his on he-field job. Williams is in a relaxed moot md talks enthusiastically abou tlie club aitliough he said may not be here when i reaches its potential." Regan wants Esposito honored HALIFAX (CP) Premie Gerald Regan of Nova Scot! has askeii Prime Ministc Trudeau to present Canada most honored medal, the Orde of Canada award, to Phil Espo sito for his performance durin the Canada-Russia hocke series. In a telegram sent Friday the prime minister and to tl registrar of the Order of Can ad a, Premier Kegan said th both he and his cabinet cc legues Jeel that Esposito "di played such qualities of lea ership, sportsmanship, corr pelitiveness ami sheer determ nation throughout the mti Canada-U.S.S.R. hockey serii that he should be just awarded with the Order of Ca ada." Premier Regan also recom mended that the federal ernment "bestow appropria recognition upon all membe of Team Canada for their gre contribution in enhancing Ca ada's image and the pride all Canadians." itiarni will take a balanced tack, featuring the passing of ib Griese and the running of m Kiick and Larry Csonka, ainst a tough defensive club lich is getting eome offensive }ark from quarterback Fran arkenton. Other games Sunday have ncinnati Bengals, at eveland, 1-1; Washington edskins, M, at New England, 1; Dallas Cowboys, 2-0, vs. Bay Packers, 1-1, at Mii- aukee; Los Angeles Rams, 1- 1, at Atlanta, 1-1; Kansas City hiefs, 1-1 j at Oakland, 1-1; .ttsburgh Steelers, 1-1, at St. ouis, 1-1; Detroit Lions, 1-1, at hicago, 0-1-1; San Francisco Sere, 1-1, at New Orleans 0-2, nd Baltimore, 0-2, at Buffalo, 1. New York Giants, 0-2, play at hiladelphia 0-2, Monday night. ROWN VS BROWNS Paul Brown revisits the scene some of his greatest .riumphs when Cincinnati plays :ie Browns. The Bengals will ake the NFL's stingiest de- en ce into the game as they at- empt to stay alone atop the Central Division. The 3rowns, with Mike Phipps t a r t i n g at quarterback, seemed, to get untracked last sunday with a victory over 'hiladelphia. Washington and Dallas are loth favored to win as they continue their fight for National Conference's Eastern Division itle. Washington, so far keyed by ts special teams and the run- ning of Larry Brown, will be up against a New England team coming off an upset of Atlanta as Jim Plunkelt had a ;ood passing day. The Dallas-Green Bay game shapes up as a defensive battle and the Cowboys' Toni Fritsch could play a key role as he did 'ast week wilh three field goals against the Giants. SEEK FIRST WIN Atlanla will be trying to beat las Angeles for the first time, liaving lost to the Rains nine Limes and having tied them twice. The Falcons will also be trying to bounce back from an upset by the Patriots. The Rams will be seeking to bounce back from 13-13 tie with Chi- cago Bears. Kansas City's Len Dawson, looked good in a tough win over New Orleans Saints Monday, hilling 21 of 29 passes for 204 yards and two touchdowns. Running back Floyd Litlle, hurt in the first half of the loss to San Diego, is expected back for tiie Broncos. The Chargers' defence could help them beat Oakland for the first time in regular season since 1S58. They intercepted six Denver passes last week. The Raiders' offence has been sput- tering. Eagleson, who clashed with po- lice and was rescued by team players. by GARY KIRK KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. inal ieen I itire H seems Viord to betteve, bul no team in ihe Nail poolball League has ever be able lo go through an ent' undefeated and un- i tied You'd ihink in all I Ihe years of pro football, some team would have been I I able to go unbeaten and un- fled all lha way, but ever has Closet wei Bears of '34 ond '42 whi igh the regulor seoson without a loss or tie but then ch of those years in arne at Ihe end of 1 Bears throug withot- (lost in eac the title gi I ihe season. l none ere iho 1 gal I I I Did you ever wonder who 3s the smallest man ever to I ay Th I Young I in the play bTg-lima pro football? Thai honor goes lo Buddy I ig who was a star runner e 1940s and 1950s Buddy was only 5-4! Bui I fie was a regular for six I years In the rough, lough National Football League. I' 1 bet you didn't know Kirk's FS one of Southern I Alberta's largest tire deal- ers. To our knowledge no purchases ad Shipments j 1 other dealer Tires in Carload btiipmenis m, direct from the factory as we do shipment1, after ship- mentf year after year out. In fact, 90% of the i; Uniroyal tires we do pur-1' I chase are shipped direct I to us from the Uniroyal I factory. As a resuU we are I- 1 able to offer better buys 1 rhan most tire dealers. It I jusf makes sense to buy I ifres from a vofume deal- er don't you agree? f i t See KIRK'S for LETHBRIDGE FALL RACE MEET WHOOP-UP DOWNS P.M. DAILY THROUGH OCT. 9th EXCEPT SEPT. 26IS, 28lh, OCT. 3rd Best Deal for Every Wheel I i TIRE SALES LTD. I i'- I'Tho lire Experls" Your UNIROYAL Dealer I 3 LOCATIONS TO 5ERVE YOU I 1621 3rd Ave. S. j: PHONE 327-5985 I- KIRK-i FERNI0, B.C. Phono 423-7746 I KIRK'S TISE (TABES) LTD. I; 6201 50th Avenue Phong 223-3441 ;