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1975-03-02-CJ-HiddiHo-major - Kentucky dogs add 'flavor' to local shows By...
Kentucky dogs add 'flavor' to local shows By SUSAN JEFFRIES Courier-Journal Courier-Journal Courier-Journal & Timet Dos Writer In spite of the calibre of competition, several Kentucky dogs emerged with honors in last weekend's prestige-laden prestige-laden prestige-laden Louisville shows. In the all-breed all-breed all-breed event, a Basset Hound, Champion Marshill's Wheeler, was best of breed over 51 entries and went on to a Dogs in the neics KM hound group fourth. He is owned by Thomas Underbill and Sondra Jones, the breeder, and was handled by Sondra's husband, Dan. Dr. Roger Macha of Murray showed his home-bred home-bred home-bred Ch. Mac-Haven's Mac-Haven's Mac-Haven's No Regrets to best Kerry Blue and fourth in the terrier group. Another terrier, Ch. Laird Brig-A-Doon Brig-A-Doon Brig-A-Doon Brig-A-Doon Brig-A-Doon MacDuff bred, owned and handled by Betty Williams was best Westie. Bob and Phyllis Helton's Tibetan Terrier, Bear Creek Mandala, won three championship championship points. In the Kentuckiana German Shepherd Dog Club specialty, Nocturne's Gideon won a five-point five-point five-point major. He is owned by Jim Thomas and breeder Helen Gleason. Another Shepherd, Nocturne's Freckle Face, bred and owned by Helen and Ed Gleason, completed her Champion Dog degree at the specialty and all-breed all-breed all-breed shows, scoring 191 each day. Nancy Keller showed her Shetland Sheepdog, Tiny Elton of Walnut Hall CDX, to highest scorer in the Greater Louisville Training Club trial with 198 12 from Open B. OTHER WINS An eight-month eight-month eight-month old 13" Beagle, Switchbark-Craigwood Switchbark-Craigwood Switchbark-Craigwood Harold, won three points in his first licensed show at Muncie. He is owned and handled by Carol L. O'Bryant and her daughter. Heather. Another puppy, Abacus' Cn Di Lu, Owned by J. D. Basil and Steve Smith, won a three-point three-point three-point major at the same show. The Shih Tzu, known as Cindy Lu, won the Louisville Kennel Club puppy match last November. Patti Lohr's promising nine-month nine-month nine-month old German Shorthaired Pointer, Huntabird Heidi-Ho, Heidi-Ho, Heidi-Ho, captured a four-point four-point four-point major win at Sarasota. In the Muncie Obedience Training Club trial, two Kentuckiana dogs completed 1 fv o V P4 if V Staff Photo Wynsumm's Tomfoolery, a Cairn Terrier owned by Joe Baete of Fisherville and shown here with Baete's wife, Stella, won a four-point four-point four-point major at last weekend's . Louisville Kennel Club Show. Tom was handled by Nina White. Companion Dog Excellent degrees. Dots Wellborn's Border Collie, Laurie, scored a 197 in Open A to earn her third "leg," while Nona Schindler and her Poodle, Dion, followed close behind with 195. A .Doberman Pinscher, Margrave's Armin, was best of breed from the classes at Marion, Ind. He is owned by Capt. Maurice E. and Billie Smith and handled by Charles Cooper. In the same show, Roy and Eleanor Ritchie's Saluki, Ch. Royel Khabour, handled by Paul Schmitt, was best of breed. In the Locust Grove Irish Wolfhound Association match last weekend, Zara-hemla Zara-hemla Zara-hemla Sualtim of Whitehall, owned by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dean, Jr. of Lexington, was best of breed. Pat Higgins showed his Irish Setter, Shaun, to high in trial at the Clark County 4-H 4-H 4-H match with 198 12. Friday's pro basketball AT SAN DIEGO (115) Davis 29, Lamar 26, Jones 21. Adams 19, Jaball 12, O'Brien 6, Bassett 2. INDIANA (102) McGinnls 38, Joyce 17, Elmore 12, Keller 12, Hlllman 8, Buse 6, Edge 5, Neumann 2, Netolicky 2. Attendance 3,640.

Clipped from The Courier-Journal02 Mar 1975, SunINDIANA EDITIONPage 16

The Courier-Journal (Louisville, Kentucky)02 Mar 1975, SunINDIANA EDITIONPage 16
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