Do? s i i n e ir s ; Puppy match may attract 300 entries By SUSAN JEFFRIES ' Courier-Journal Courier-Journal Courier-Journal ft Times Dos Writer Over 300 puppies, representing 80 breeds recognized by the American Kennel Kennel Club, are expected to compete in next Sunday's Louisville Kennel Club puppy match. The event, open to all pure-bred, pure-bred, pure-bred, regis-terable regis-terable regis-terable puppies from three months to a year of age, will be held in the south half of the pavilion at the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center. Puppies with major-point major-point major-point wins are excluded. Entries will be accepted at the gate from 10 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. Conformation Conformation judging starts at 1:30. Junior handling entries for children eight to 16 years old close at 10:30 a.m., with judging at 11. WEIMARANERS . The Bluegrass Weimaraner Club is hosting an all-age all-age all-age specialty match Sunday, Nov. 10, at Ox-moor Ox-moor Ox-moor Shopping Center. Entries will be taken from 1:30 p.m. until 2:15 the day of the event, with judging at 2:30. A program program on hip dysplasia also is planned. ! OBEDIENCE The Greater Louisville Training Club is holding its fall trial ioday at the Buechel Armory. Nearly 100 dogs will perform. Judging starts at 9 .m. ! RECENT WINS Mrs. Herb Spencer of Versailles showed her Australian Terrier, Terrier, Teann Dawn-Wick Dawn-Wick Dawn-Wick Golden Glory, to four-point four-point four-point win at Nashville to complete her championship. Harry Kennady handled handled an American Staffordshire Terrier, Ch. Sir Jolly Roger, owned by Brenda fcind Fred Sindelar, to breed wins at Indianapolis Indianapolis and Terre Haute, j A Miniature Poodle, .Gregella Come iHither, owned by Cotton and Ann Walker M Paducah, was best puppy at the William William Penn futurity held at King of Prussia, Pa., over an entry of nearly 300 Poodles. The youngster was shown by 'Yvonne Lashley. i Group wins have been posted by two i ..... r . A . ii A I" V VA I s"" CHERYL KUTCHMA will show her four-month-old four-month-old four-month-old four-month-old four-month-old Bulldog Bulldog puppy, Panzer, at next Sunday's Sunday's match at the Fairgrounds. ; puppies at recent matches. Aline Barker showed her ascob Cocker, Wishmore Why Not, to a sporting group first at Bloom-ington. Bloom-ington. Bloom-ington. A German Shorthaired Pointer, Huntabird Heidi-Ho, Heidi-Ho, Heidi-Ho, owned by Patti Lohr of Scottsburg, topped the sporting group at Florence. Best in match at the Collie Club of Ky. event was Wintara's Blueberry Swirl, owned by Richard Parks. Best puppy was Mitzi's Bonnie Lass owned by Roy Daily. Ronnie Goldberg's entry, Smokcy Brae's Black Diamond, was high scorer. DOGDOM'S LOSS Ruth Schcitlin, well-known well-known well-known Cocker breeder and exhibitor for nearly 40 years, died suddenly last Thursday. She will be long remembered for her line of Parti-color Parti-color Parti-color champions carrying carrying the "Bard" kennel name, as well as more recent black and ascob Cockers. She also bred toy and miniature Poodles. Mrs. Scheitlin's last champion, a buff Cocker named Bard's Luv and Kisses, finished finished at the Knoxville show. She was shown by Mrs. Scheitlin's daughter, Peggy Nail.