Dogs i n th ie news Pups, sighthounds spotlighted as clubs hold spring matches ; By SUSAN JEFFRIES ' Courier-Journal ft Timet Dos Writer Puppies will be in the limelight Sunday, May 26, as the Louisville Kennel Club stages its annual spring match for pups three through twelve months old. . Over 300 youngsters are expected to compete for top prize as judging gets under way at 12:45 p.m. in the west wing of the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center. Entries for pure-bred, register-able puppies will be accepted from 10 aim. until 1?:30 p.m. at the gate the day of the event. Judges from six states will preside in narrowing the field down to the eventual group winners and final choice of the best puppy in match, a coveted victory for any exhibitor. Next Sunday, the Bluegrass Kennel Club is sponsoring an all-age, all-breed match for conformation and obedience entries at the Sadowski Field House, Fort Knox. Entries close at noon, with judging shortly thereafter. Dogs with major point wins are excluded from both matches. In connection with the all-breed events, two specialty matches are slated. An all-age conformation and obedience match is being held this Saturday for German Shepherds at Chenoweth Park in Jeffer-sontown. . On May 25, the Ohio Valley Sighthound Association will present a match at the Jcffersontown Community Center on Taylorsville Road. Entries for all-age sighthounds will be accepted from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Eligible breeds are Afghans, Basenjis, Borzois, Greyhounds, Ibiizan Hounds, Irish Wolfhounds, Italian Greyhounds, Pharoah Hounds, Scottish Deer-hounds, Salukis, and Whippets. RECENT WINS At the Hodgenville show last week, Naomi Scott handled her Chow Chow, Ch. Lakeview's Jo Jo, to best of breed and on to a non-sporting group first. Another non-sporting entry, Edwards' The Other One, a Bulldog owned and handled by Lt. Col. Robert F. Curran, was best off breed. Last Sunday, at Lexington, Ruth Scheit-lin's ascob Cocker, Ch. Halo's Hurrah, was best of variety. The previous day he claimed a sporting group placement at Lima, Ohio, while one of his daughters, Phi-Tau's Justakiss, owned by Charles Cobb and John Gymer, was winners bitch for three points. Other best of breed winners at Lexington included Ch. K-Line Sir Gabriel, a Bulldog owned by Lynn Kaelin, shown by her father, James. Ann Carr's black Cocker, Phi-Tau's Lamplighter, shown by Charles Cobb, was best of variety. His Sire, Ch. Phi-Tau's Right On, also owned by Mrs. Carr, was rated in the top ten black Cockers during 1973. A Boxer, Krieger's Samius Caesar, owned by Robert L. Krieger and handled by Harry Kennady,. finished championship requirements at the Lexington show. In other shows, Ivy Romine showed her Yorkshire Terrier, Windamere's Little Jangles, to best of breed at Terre Haute. Tony and Marlene Lapinski completed the championship title on their Standard Poodle, Car jo's Southern Comfort, at Oak Ridge, Tenn. A German Shorthaired Pointer, Brooks Huntabird, owned by Patti Lohr of Scottsburg, Ind., was best of breed at Mason City and won a four-point major at Waterloo, Iowa. DOG NUTRITION A symposium on nutrition will be conducted by Dr. Carl W. Schulz of Topeka, Kan., in conjunction with the Louisville Kennel Club meeting Tuesday night. The gathering will be held at the Buechel Armory, following training classes at 7:15 p.m. The only charge will be the regular fee for training.