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of the Issaquah Gliders. Photos by Terry ion corner information on the following programs, please Park Dept., 392-7131. Sign-up now. Boys 9-13 years old. High Cascades on Horseback: July 23, 24, 25. Older. Party: Thursday, July 16, 6-13 years old. Pine Lake King County Park and lssaquah 10 Years &amp; older. Tournament: August 8, & 9, 17 years and ier Sport: Briarwood, Mountainaire, Sunny Pine Lake King County Park, 12 years and ng classes set Dell t alues! Water safety and life saving for students 15 Will begin July years and older begins July pool 8:30 20, 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. '- for those 11 There they go Ben Mitchell His career came by accident Accidents of any kind can often be disastrous and have long-lasting effects. This is particularly true if they hap- pen on a Thoroughbred rac- ing oval. Such an accident years ago at the Playfair Race Course in Spokane caused Russ Lawler to change his entire life style Russ, .presently Presiding Steward at Longacres Race Course, included as part of his working career the func- tion of "Jockeys' Agent," oftentimes termed "hustling his book." His job was to find "good rides" or good horses for his jockeys to ride competitively. To do this suc- cessfully the agent must be a combined top salesman and a diplomat and know his horse flesh and please both the trainer/owner and his jockey. Several years ago Russ was agent for the excellent jockey Joe Baze, presently a trainer and owner at Longacres. Joe was severely injured in a spill at Playfair and retired from riding. As Russ put it, "1 had to get a new rider or find something else to do." It was then he began his long career as a track official, serving 17 years as Clerk of the Scales at Playfair. Russ, a native of Cascade, Idaho, and a graduate of Boise High School, was one of a family of 14 children. He went directly from high school to the track and as he explained, "i've done every- Register now. thing at the track but ride as Older --, - a jockey. All of my working ,-uvancea life except for some time in Save during  , our 3rd Birthday Party I&ST LADY SPORTS is sharing the presents with our special friends ... W7ule They Last REG. SALE Tricot Shorts ................... $12.00 9.00 Tricot Tanks ................ $9.00-12.00 6.9.00 Streetfighter ................. $39.95 29.00 Roadworker ......... , ........ $42.95 31.00 Blazer... ................. $38.95 28.00 Ms. Pro Hi-top ...... . .......... $34.95 24.00 g Sweatpants ..................... 20% off Stock ........................... 20% off ps ................................... 20% off Much More -- Come Join Us.* Jog On Down! Marilew Patti Mary SALE STARTS ON JULY 1Sth 641-9696 Thursday nites til 9:00 p.m. 14310 N.E. 20th Bellevue, Washington l0.6 Monday - Saturday Sacked Coal Paosoc 100 Ibs. $6 oo MITRE Communitl Enterprises of Issaquah 40 5th Ave. N.E., 392.1812 9 to 4 Weekdap "'" G I B S O N UNIFOR M LK Parties . il, Receptions Ru0000a00o002a'o0000 e Onl y Cam p lete Soccer . UPply On The Easts;de" .tL 31st Circle, Redmond 885-2600 3 Blocks North of Overlake Sears the service (Navy) has been spent at the track." Part of his early start was at Longacres with his brother Bland. Together they gen- erally had 10-15 horses in training in their Lawler Bros. Public Stable. His brother Bland is best remembered as the trainer of world record holder Grey Pappa who set the six furlong record at, Longacres. He was a gifted runner with exceptional speed at short distances. He also won three stakes route (a mile or more) races. The lssaquah Press, Wednesday, July 15, 1981 - Page 9 Russ hasworkedat Bill-Cardinals a(]vance in league tourney ings and Great Falls, Mon- tana, at Longacres and at T h e S t e e I & S u n working, they were unstop- Wildcats 13. Duane Petzoldt Chris Budzuis was the win- Yakima Meadows every year Photography Cardinals have pable, drove in two runs in the bat- ning pitcher. Chris helped his but one since it opened He now works as Presiding Steward at Longacres with two former excellent jockeys: Pete Moreno, former film analyst in California, and Ralph Snowden, a Seattle high school graduate and a Renton resident. Russ, recently married, makes his home in Kent with his bride Maureen. His hob- by is golf and occasionally he fishes SATURDAY, JULY 18th: The Betsy Ross Handicap at one mile for three-year-old fillies for $20,000 added. Honors our alleged original American flag seamstress. SUNDAY, JULY 19th: Bellevue Handicap for three- year-aids at a mile and a six- teenth racing for $25,000 added. won their first two games in the Little League Baseball In- vitational Tournament for Coast league teams. The Coast league consists of boys ages 10 through 12. The Cards, coached by Mar- ly Budzuis, were invited to this tournament on the strength of their first place regular season finish. Eleven other teams representing Bellevue, Redmond, Sno- Valley and Kirkland are in the tournament. The Cards first game against the Sno-Valley Ar- tisanswas battle of the bats. Even with the game shorten- ed due to rain, the Cards picked up 19 hits, enough to overwhelm Sno-Valley 21 to 11. However, the game was not as easy as the final score indicates. The Cards were down after two innings by a score of 7 to 2, but once the Cardinal hitters got their bats Aaron Pattie, Marry Bauer and Hans Christian led the Cards attack, accounting for 11 of the 19 base hits. Aaron collected a single, double and a triple in four at-bats while Marty picked up four hits in five at-bats. Hans, also the winning pitcher, also went four for five including a tri- ple. Brad Petersen worked the opposing pitchers for four walks resulting in four runs for the Cards. The second game was a seesaw battle with the Bellevue Federal Wildcats. The final score was Cards 14- , lu ,m,i r CINE-MOND presents NINE TO FIVE and THE STUNT MAN Starting Friday U5.1994 16641 Redmond Way/Redmond i tom of the fifth inning. Duane's single with the bases loaded produced what turned out to be the game winning run. However the Wildcats threatened to tie the score in the top of the sixth. With two out, the Wildcats had a run- ner on third base but the Cards defense held to preserve the victory. own cause by scoring four runs and picking up a single and double. Hans Christian scored three runs on walks issued by the Wildcats' pit- chers. 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