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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - October 9, 1970, Winnipeg, ManitobaSpectator horse show scheduled a horse show Experiment i be conducted saturday and Sui Day at Riverbend farms head Ingley. The special Day show i designed for maximum Spectator interest. Classes with Spectator Appeal have been restricted to Early morning times or eliminated entirely. Glen Cudmore co chairman of Riverbend farms thanks giving schooling horse show said the idea for the new Type of format originated with mrs George h. Sellers. It has exciting possibilities and so we decided to inaugurate the concept at this special train ing horse said Cudmore. Dressage classes have been scheduled for both saturday and sunday mornings from 9 until noon. The Unter and jumper classes which have higher Spectator interest Are scheduled for both afternoons starting at 1 o clock. Hunter and jumper classes Are to be interspersed by dres Sage demonstrations in order to achieve a blend of classes to meet Spectator Appeal. Captain John de Kenyers former manager of the Edmon ton Hunt club at Toronto and recently appointed manager and chief Riding instructor of the Charleswood Riding club is judging the Day show. Proceeds will be placed in a special fund to finance an inter National horse show in Winnipeg next year Riverbend farms is Miles West of heading Ley on no. Highway. Winnipeg free press Friday 9, 1970 Junior series one of Breaks by John Down Mike Febroni took Stock o the impending Manitoba Saskatchewan Junior football league playoff thursday night and offered a much used Crutch for an equally Boring question. Febroni head Mentor of the first year Winnipeg Hawk eyes summed up the question of what sort of series he was expecting with Regina rams this Way they re big they re rough and they re experienced. We be statistics standings w l t f a pts 7 1 0 211 110 10 6 2 Fig Hawk eyes rams 6 2 0 217 82 hilltops 1 i 1 m 175 rods 1 t 1 49 255 scoring . C err rams 10 5 Parkes Hawk eyes 22 a Llanos Hawk eyes 7 Paterson Hawk eyes 6 Ackerman rams 6 Craemer Hawk eyes 5 Manz rams 3 n Polak hilltops 4 Chuback. Rams Rushing s pts 45 10 2 54 54 36 34 30 29 28 24 6 6 Lallance Hawk eyes Ackerman rams Paterson Hawk eyes Johnson hilltops 77400 Kerr rams 73 369 Pawlyk Hawk eyes 61 324 net yes 95 612 6.44 80 484 6.05 82 414 Seeley rams passing 64 307 5.05 5.19 5.05 5.31 4.08 beat them once and lost to them once. I m afraid i u have to quote an old saying the team that wants it the most and receives the majority of Breaks is going to opening game of the game total Point series goes sunday at 2 . In the confines of Winnipeg stadium. The finale will be played the following weekend on Taylor Field at re Gina. Continued the sometimes nervous Febroni. Strategy will be a Factor since t s a total Point affair but win Ning is still the prime Factor. Hawk eyes finished on top of the four team Loop with a 7-1 record and in route developed the leading rusher in Jim bal tence and the top pass receiver in Gord Paterson. You could say we re about 85 per cent estimated Febroni and the remaining 15 per cent have minor injuries mostly bruises but i think Well have some surprises for them both offensively and defensively. Rams will be introduced to new Hawk eyes since the teams last met. Rick Mckay a linebacker from the University of North Dakota and Derek Smith a defensive end won starting spots on the Hawkeye defence shortly after rams Defeated the eyes 35-24 in Winnipeg. Smith who played with de Broni s Canadian championship juvenile Hawk eyes years ago is a Tough customer for offensive players to elude. His prowess in the National juvenile earned him Best lineman of the game laurels both defensively and offensively. We re just going to use Derek on said de Broni although it s Nice to have a top calibre Man that can go both ways if the unexpected should Hawk eyes have been working out daily this week and will run their final tune up saturday afternoon. Our Guys Aren t High for the series yet but we re working up to it and you can bet Well be All inspired by kick off emphasized de Broni. Gofta s ski Centre 110 .00 will give you Complete ski equipment with Quality and safety includes skis Cuiriz noted of tint break it far 1 year boots fibreglass reinforced color Buckl Booti bindings step in Salty straps poles Boot press Osborne Togo open 7 Days a week phone 284-2952 harness racing tonight rum Nasr i . Rookie Jim North get a helping hand with his sweater from Veteran Centre Rod Lindquist left and former Bison Bill Stovel right who is Back in harness this year. Just wait til Andy gets bosons on ice by Kent Gill Hist the West coast has Nice weather but Manitoba Breeds hockey players and Andy Bacogeorge is a hoc key coach. Andy Bacogeorge also likes to win. That is one of the reasons he is now head coach of the University of Manitoba Bison hockey team. Gladstone rent a car 775-4545 Macdonald s no. 1 seller kid for Comfort Andy forsook the Moder ate climate and mediocre hockey for the Bald Prairie and hot hockey players. The bosons weren t win ners last year finishing third behind Calgary and Alberta in the Western Ca Nadian intercollegiate ath Letic association but if the enthusiastic Bacogeorge has his Way. They will be this time around. The Rookie coach started his Campaign for the Sci a Crown with Fervour. He invited All returning players Back by Way of a letter and proceeded to re Cruit some of the Junior players who wanted to go to school. He started his Camp 12 Days ago with 75 bodies he s Down to 48 now after 11 Days of Road work outside. Thursday the veterans and hopefuls were to have moved indoors for their first practice on ice. Some of the rookies probably had got the idea that maybe hockey re july was t played in ice. Hie 48 were to be broken Down into units each practising for 70 minutes. It did t happen however because the ice was t ready. And although. Andy who has built himself a reputation somewhat Simi Lar to that of punch imlach probably hated to do it let his players have the night off. Things should be Back to Normal this evening though and the players will probably be muttering dark oaths under their breaths. After 11 Days of rigorous conditioning outside they had just enough breath to mutter those oaths. Most of the Guys should be in pretty Good shape. It la take them a Day to get their skating legs Back but we Are going right into scrim Mage the second Dis closed the first year coach. Andy has 12 returning players of the 48 and some Well known newcomers with which to build. He has wingers Garry Hammerback Clayton Kemp Dan Topolnitski Mark Carlo and Jamie Boyd centres Rod Lind quist Andy Miles and Bill m o i r defence men Jim Trosky Bruce Boyd and Greg Meikle and goalie Larry Holton. The most celebrated new Comers Are goalie Grant Granny Clay who kicked out shots for University of Winnipeg Westmen the last seasons As Well As a stint with Winnipeg jets last year. There is also George Watson from Canada s National team for the last seasons. Watson a left Winger or Centre will be thrown in to fill the gaping Hole left by Herb finder who played for the bosons last year after a couple of seasons with the nats. Jim North and Danny Hilbert a couple of opposing wingers from the Manitoba Junior hockey league last year As Well As defence Man Al Dyker of Manitoba be n i o r league s Warroad lakers Are expected to pick up some of the graduation Slack. The hockey out Here is really a Jong Way ahead compared to the Brand played at the said Bacogeorge who assisted at University of British Colum Bia prior to joining the ath Letic staff at u of m. Bosons will play eight exhibition games before meet ing Alberta Golden bears in their wc1aa debut at Bison gardens nov. 20. Their first game will be played in Yorkton against the senior terriers Satur Day oct. 17. Of. 1215 As ill Trood a Lack pm Inker last Ovess Oxford. No. 1216 Block kid straight lost dress Oxford. No. 1224 Block kid Bolt Toro Road toe. No. 1214 Hock kid Oxford Roond toe. Drag for trophies monday at Keystone fair no. 1710 hide kid Boot no. 1707 mock pm Hoof monday at Keystone drag ways. J29 Miles East of Winnipeg when i the track s leading contenders Battle it out for championships. J in the top Stock division Jed Ladin in his first year of com j petition and driving a 1969 Ca i Maro has amassed Points. Going against Ladin for the trophy win be the Martini Brothers City Radiator 1959 i Chev driven by Ross Martin or brother Norm. The Martin Brothers have garnered i Points this season. Keystone drag ways will be come a Winter playground and race Arena with the arrival of j old Man Winter. Plans Are j under Way for construction of a snowmobile racing Oval and use of the track s timing sys tem accurate to Mooth Sec Ond for snowmobile drag Rac Shilo Cash Spiel Viat or so of Tom new for Tofy conf Otomo fit. Tow Onisor for Ore of Yoons of Joor fool for shoes that fit just say the word. Macdonald who has picked of 1.000 a his easters sates i Art of 55 Oev has racked up Ponxs. Has Gath a Fead Powts is to a con Pond alternate posit Wes. Are Foar cask prizes Evest is

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