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   Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1936, Lethbridge, Alberta                                THURSDAY, APRIL THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE ELEVEN Additional Sporting News FLAN ATHLETIC ASSNS.TO COVER SOUTH ALBERTA lethbriclge and Medicine Hal May Be Included in "Network" (Prom Our Own correspondent.) TABBR. April efforls with movements in Lcth- bridse and Medicine Hot -looking to establishment of Amateur Athletic Associations in the two cities super- vising the whole ranee of amateur public sports, President McPhcc of Taber A A.A. stated today that as an Alberta Association vice-presi- dent in co-operation with other sport leaders in the he will shortly visit Lcthbrtcl'jc to do what can be done to help achieving this aim. Jnveslisr.nl Irm already have found strong support for the plan, and alter ortranlp.im: IjCthbridse it Is planned to attempt the same at Medicine Hat. It is felt that a p-op- cr southern sport tody requires In- clusion of the two cities to luncticn at its best. Tater, Raymond. Cards'on, and Blalrmorc, now have Amateur As- sociations, and If the two cities as notabl" lenders in sports rre Includ- ed tormiiv? of Associations thsrs would crown the plans. With Leth- and Medicine Hat outstand- Bmona six association centers in the region. Southern Alberta will -c continuous activities reaching from east to west. Plans arc now I nfnol to hold the boxing semi-finals next ycnr at Tabcr for the first time In Its association history, an- nounced the local pcrsldent. Night's Results Artie Bears......... 847 1104 Paiconi............ I118 1081 High-Tom Hay 245; Alec Clarke 200; Ottie Fitzgerald 214; Lcn Coyne 288; Cecil Studor 220. Aces.............. 910 1 Go Getters.......... 1031 863 Mackie 200; Bob Wil- liams 248; Austin Graham 2B5; Geo. Marshalsav 245. Tonight's Games Billies vs. Brooks Perm, Wavers. Stars vs. Tcco Stores. vs. Cubs. vs. Silver Jackets. Gobd Friday Tournament On Good Friday there will be an American five pin tourney in play all day at the Bowladrome. Special cash prizes and theatre passes will to awarded to ladies and gentlemen for the flrit, second and third high scores rolled in a single five pin Plr.ne early to 3330 for reservations. Saturday Usual American five pin tourna- ment in pro3Vess all day. DATES FOR VANCOUVER GOLF TOURNEY CHANGED BACIC? ABOUT BROKEN HOUSE CLEANING FALCONS AND DYNAMITERS CLASHTONIGHT Kimberley Club Slight Fav- orites to Take Allan Cup Series WINNIPEG; April and speedy, a Sudbury Falcon machine that Sam Rothschild has groomed to title- perfection rested here today, primed for a whirl at Allan Cup heights with Klmbcrlcy Dyna- miters. The first game in the best-of-three series will be play- ed tonight, "They're rarln' to Jack Adams, team manager, observed as he watched his boys tumble off the Irain yesterday alternoon. Winni- peg fans, he said, would see one of the best hotkey squads ever to come out cf ths Northern Ontario coun- try when the cup series opened. The Falcons, he said, proved themselves worthy successors to a long line of great teams from the east by cracking down on Brock- ville Magedomas for a one-game margin in their eastern title series last Saturday after Hamilton Tigers defaulted. One day up on their opponents in pre-strles polishing, Dynamiters en- gaged in a brisk workout at the Amphitheatre. One of the strong- est clubs ever developed on the Pa- cific coast, they were slight favorites over the Nickel Belters. The punch and speed that brushed aside Prince Albert Mintos and Fort Sketches Of West Toronto VANCOUVER. April Dates for Vancouver's Golden Jubilee open golf tournament, part William Wanderers in western play- f the Gold Trail tournaments to be downj. was ta as they worked out with Saskatoon Wesleys before the Memorial Cup challengers left for Toronto. mOBAP.I.E LINEUPS Kimbrjrlev Campbell; Brown. Burnett; Mackie; Moore. Redding. Kemp, Botterlll and held this summer alon? the Pacific coast, have been set for July 23, 24 ind 25. Ths ncv; dates, announced by Kenny Black, jublhe golf commiltsc mcnibor v.esks ahead of previous arrangements. Ton-flight includ'n; a number of international promin- ent goiters, will open their north- west enjajements at the Vancouver meet and from here move to Vic- toria to plav a two dav meet opsn- ing July 27. They will then move to Seattle for a three-day tourna- ment starting July 31 and from there they travel to Portland. Total stake of "the four cities is COPPERS MAY AID TORONTO AGAINST WINGS TORONTO? April Toronto police force will take some of tile credit if Toronto Maple Leafs beat Detroit Red Wings in the third pamc of their series tonight. When Boston came here at the start of the playoffs holding a three-goal lead, and 13 policemen were assign- ed to the game. Conny Smythe and his cohorts, always superstitious, raised plenty of objection. But the won 8-3. New York Americans came to Tor- onlo in the semi-final and the Leaf strategy board requested 13 police- men be on hand. Leafs won again. After losing the return game in New York, the Leafs insisted 13 cops be assigned to the third game in Tor- onto, and again the Leafs won. Now, down two games, the Leafs 'vill make sure 13 bluccoats are on hand. They'll probably give them assists on the goals if Smythc's forces win. Kozak. Cook, Kamp- man; Conick; Miller, Marshall. Subs Oraboski, Cooper and Grcsso. Lyndon. Winni- neg: Tom O'Brien, Portage La Prairie, Man. Conrad Stanbury of Winnipeg j Wednesday eliminated Alec Mann I of Birmingham 17 frames to eight in the first round Of the prelimin- ary heats for the world snooker championship and qualified to tcr the second round. Thumbnail sketches of members of West Toronto Nationals, easteiii Canada Memorial cup ilnnlists, arc given below: Happy Bay, coach, defensive vet- eran of Toronto Maple Leafs. Prcil "Ginfer" Hall, 20, goalkeep- er, has been playing junior the past three years .with Nationals. He guarded yie twine lor Orlllia Ter- riers, Mann cup senior Canadian la- crosse champions last season. Bill Thompson, 17, sub goalie has Just stepped up from school ranks. He has been used but little this season, being overshadowed by the brilliant Hall. Johnny Crawford, hard-hitting rearguard playing his last season as a junior. This is his first sea- son with the Redmen. At 190 pounds he.is ths heaviest lad on the lineup.' Bobby Laurent, defence, 18, makes a great teammate for Crawford. He has with Nationals the past two years and weighs 170. He also a lacrosse stalwart. Ted "Bed" Robertson, chunky al- ternate defence, has played with the Redshirts for three years, weighs 170 pounds. Btrt Conacher, sub defence, 19. This is his third year with the'club. Weighs 169 pounds and is six feet tall. He resembles brother Lione' of Montreal in action. Bob "Red" Heron, centre scoring ace, 17 years old and weighs 155 pounds. He is the tallest player on the team with six feet, one inch of craftiness and is playing his fourth season as a jun'or. Gordon "Plum" Shlll, 18, left winj and weighs but 140 pounds. A weaving type of player, he is one of the fastest members on the team Maple Leafs are keeping a eye on him. John "Peanuts" O'Flahcrty, 17 right wing, is fast and has a wick ed shot. This is his flrst seasoi with Nationals. He weighs 14E pounds and was with St Michael' Majors last season. Carl Gamble, centre, 19 years clc and is wearing a West Toronti sweater lor the first Urns. He i expected to go a long way. Roy Conacher, 19, left winf. the counterpart of brother Charli as his six-foot frame speads goal- ward. Weighing 165 pounds he has a powerful shot. Bill Jennings, 19, right wing, weighs 165 pounds and has a ter- rific backward shot. He is playing his third season in a National uni- form. Harold Ballard, manager, tells the team how to win when Happy is away with the Leafs. 'He has associated with West Toronto Na- tional senior and junior teams for a number of years. Detroit Olympics Thump Windsor 8-1 League Finals Sketches Of The Wesleys 'avorecl to Sweep Interna- tional League Title Series DETROIT, April This city of champions had u flrm hold on the International Hockey League championship today as Detroit Olympics rest- ed after their victorious start In the title hunt. The high-powered Olympics moved confidently and fully to defeat Windsor Bulldogs 8-1 hern last night in the first game of the best-of-flve scries for the league crown. They go into (he second game in Wind- sor Friday night favorites to end the series quickly. Just like their big league broth- ers, Red Wings of the National League, the Olympics were primed perfectly after a week's layoff. They had defeated Syracuse Stars in three straight in the first place playoff but were expected to meet stiff opposition from the tenac'ous Bulldogs. There was no doubt as to the re- sult after Carl Llscombe and Art Giroux shot Olympics into a 2-1 lead in the first period. Jim Arnott had fired a goal for Bulldogs after only six minutes and it seemed the Windsor defence, in front of blil- liant goaler Earl Robertson, would hold. The rout of the Bulldogs started midway through the second period in which three major penalties were handed out. OrvilJe Roulston picked the net twice in that period and Fred Hergerts and Johnny Galla- gher once apiece. Johnny Sherf. Don Smillie and Don Deacon drew the majors. It didn't take Olympics long to break into the scoring in the third period. Ron Hudson did it a little more than four minutes from the start, and Sherf wound it up four minutes later. ChanceEor Chamberlain told the British House of Commons an ad- ditional would be needed lor the air force. Capt. George Eyston, holder of the world's 24-hour automobile rec- ord, sailed from Southampton Wed- nesday on the Aquitania bound for Salt Lake City. Utah, where he hopes to set new automobile speed records on Bonneville salt beds. Eyston's present record, set last September, is H0.550 miles per hour. NOTES FROM THE TRAINING CAMPS (By The Associated Press) HICKORY, first base job seems to be quite a load for a couple of Giants flrst basemen to carry. Terry played four inning against the Indians yesterday am thea ordered Sam Leslie to get ou on the sack. Terry figured Sam' sprained back was no worse, tha: his sore knee. Thumbnail sketches of Saskatoon Wesleys, western Memorial cup finalists, arc given below: Jerome Beranek, goal. Age 19, weight 195. One of the best Junior net' men in the west. Second year with Wesley juniors. Previously starred with Wesley midgets. Jack Koyl, right defence. Age 19, weight 195. First year with Wes- leys. All-round athlete, stone-wall defender and equally dang.-rous on individual rushes. Edwin "PeU" Ettingcr, left de- fence. Age 18. weight 170. Mem- ber of Wesley's 1935 western finalists and graduate from Wesley midget arid juvenile ranks. Pete Leswick, centre, age 19, weight 155. Keyman of Saskatoon's first string attacking, line. Seventh year with club and captain of last year's squad. Leads his mates in point-Betting, tricky skater. Tried ut with Amerks last fall. Paul Kowell, captain, right wing. Age 19, weight 170. Played with forth Battleford in western senior inals last year. Equally brilliant at defence or forward position. jresent on reserve list with New York Rangers. Gordon Wilson, left wing. Age 19 weight 170. Graduate from Uni- of Saskatchewan seniors. A ix-foot husky who teams to per- cction with Leswick on every im- rartant play. Fast and effective or close-in plays around the net. Frank Dolten, centre. Age 19 weight 160. Graduate from midget and juvenile teams. Scarcely less effective than Leswick on Wesleys' second forward line. Packs a bullet- ike drive and revels in play 'when ,he going is hardest. Pete Voft, right wing. Age 19, weight 140. Second year with Wes- ley juniors and a graduate of the club's midget and juvenile teams. Persistent back-checker anfi leading scorer. Earle Newbold, left wing. Age 19, weight 145. Was a member of the Battleford Millers on the 1935 in- vasion of Japan. A fast skater who gets in many shots on individual rushes. Clifford Bennett, left wing. Age 19, weight 150. Member of Wesley's 1935 team. One of the speed kings of the club, tireless backchecker and effective on net-play. James McPhee, left wing. Age 19, weight 155. Product of midget and juvenile ranks. Plays rearguard position as well as forward. Doug BonBernard, right wing. Age 19, weight 150. First year in junior company. Tireless skater and worry to opposing defencemen. You tile tea with your meals of course but it a have you tried belween-meal pick-me- up? is a NATU- RAL energy and when you're slow- ine up a bit in work or play, just try a cup you'll fed better imme- there'll be no let-down later. Drink mortfEAfor O. C. Football Standings Including games of Saturday, April 4 ENGLISH LEAGUE First Division Goals P. W. L. D.P. A. P. Sunderland 36 22 8 6 95 69 50 Derby County 36 16 10 10 52 39 42 Stoke City 36 18 13 5 53 49 41 Huddersfleld T 36 16 11 9 52 50 41 Arsenal 35 13 10 12 67 40 38 Preston N. E. 35 15 13 7 53 48 37 35 13 11 11 49 45 37 36 16 15 5 60 49 37 36 13 13 10 64 56 36 36 14 15 7 77 63 35 36 12 13 11 58 66 35 35 14 15 6 45 59 34 34 12 13 9 49 63 33 35 12 14 9 53 52 33 Sheffield Wed. 35 12 14 9 59 67 33 Wolves 35 13 15 7 60 62 33 Everton 36 10 13 13 72 74 33 Liverpool 36 12 15 9 52 56 -33 Grimsby Town 36 14 17 5 53 64 33 West Brom. A. 36 14 18 4 78 74 32 Aston Villa 37 12 18 7 71 99 31 BUcllburn R. 33 10 19 7 41 82 2' Second Division Goals P. W. L. D.F. A. P West Ham U. 36 20 9 7 79 53 47 Manchester U. 35 18 8 9 68 36 45 Charlton Ath. 36 18 9 9 71 53 45 Sheffield U. 37 18 10 9 69 45 45 Tottenham H. 35 17 5 9 85 49 43 Leicester City 36 18 11 7 71 48 43 Plvmouth A. 36 17 12 7 59 50 41 Birmingham Manchester C Brentford Middlesbrough Bolton W. Portsmouth Chelsea Leeds United Blackpool Bury Lancaster R. Norwich City Bradford City Bradford Southampton Nottingham F Burnley Swansea T Port Vale Barnsley Hull City 36 14 15 7 79 68 35 36 12 13 11 61 71 35 37 14 16 7 48 64 3S 35 13 15 7 57 55 33 35 11 13 11 47 60 33 35 13 15 37 12 16 37 12 17 35 11 15 36 11 16 36 11 19 36 10 19 36 5 23 7 55 68 33 9 41 57 33 8 66 85 33 9 41 48 31 9 35 70 31 6 50 91 28 7 48 7i 27 8 40 92 18 Fulham 35 13 9 13 67 47 39 Newcastle U. 35 15 14 0 75 68 30 Third Division, Southern Section Goals P. W. L. D.F. A. P. Luton Town 35 20 8 7 64 42 47 ......36 23 12 1 79 57 47 Coventry City 35 20 9 6 92 41 4S Queen's P R. 35 19 10 6 71 47 44 Crystal Palace 36 19 13 4 85 65 42 Watford 35 17 11 7 68 47 41 Brighton H. 36 17 13 6 64 54 40 Torquay United 36 15 1-1 Bournemouth 35 13 13 9 51 50 35 Millwall 36 13 14 9 52 6435 .....35 13 14 8 43 49 34 Clapton Orient 35 14 16 5 48 49 33 Bristol City 35 12 14 9 39 43 33 Notts County 36 11 14 11 50 52 33 Cardiff City 36 12 16 8 54 64 31 Southend U. 34 11 14 9 54 49 31 Gi'.lingham 35 12 16 7 55 63 31 Swlndon Tow 1 35 11 16 8 54 63 30 35 11 17 7 53 73 29 36 11 18 7 52 87 29 36 10 19 7 52 97 27 Exeter'city 37 8 21 8 54 82 W1NSTON-EALEM. Herman, last of the Reds holdouts, was expected to report within the next day or two. Lee Stine, rookie hurler and Hub Walker were recov- ering from a slight attack of in- fluenza which sent them to ted Tuesday. JUST THE DIRT AWAY! GilleU'3 Pure Flake Lye actually irasftcs off dirt, without hard scrub- bing. Just use a solution of 1 tea- spoonful dissolved in ;t quart of cold" water. It cuts grease, takes out stubborn stains. Use Gillett's Lye for heavy clean- ing. To clear stopped up drain- pipes, for toilet bowls, [t kills germs, banishes and won't hurt rr.amcl or plumb- ing. Get a (llmnlvr lye In The action ot'lhe lyc'ltsclf hcnu llio water. OR1LLIA BOLSTERS LACROSSE SQUAD OH1LL1A, Out., April Crrilia Terriers' lacrosse team, with hopes of winning the Canadian championship a third successive year, will be strengthened shortly wilh imported players, coach Nor- man Cookc said Wednesday. "Several former Orillia players have expressed their intentions of returning and there are one or two others.'" Cookc .said but he did not wish to name the players. Hugh "Shipwreck" Kelly, mem- ber Of the last championship team, has returned and It. is expected Lome "Hank" Munro. tall defence star, will again be with the team. Both Kelly and Munro hull from Brentford. Out. Gordon Bocttger. veteran conlrs, and .Tommy Scott, captain and de- fpncr stalwart, will tc with the 193S team. LINFIELD WINS ASSOCIATION CUP BELFAST. April. Cable) won the Irish association football cup for the 18th time Wed. ncsday when the team defeated Derry City 2-1 In the replay Of their final match. Deadlocked 1-1 after 93 minutes the game went into over- time with Linfleld notching the de- ciding Roal. The finalists battled to n scoreless draw last Saturday. The cup has been fought for since 1830 Glcntoran won the honors last year FREE BOOKLET-Thr, Ciiiini'K l.r" Rnokltt Mis how lo int. Ililn pouorful cMnwr tail rllilnfertnnl for iitiiMln nf clMnlnt full illrrrllonn onrl limv Cr, korp turn clean anil at nut. WHtfSundnrrt LtJ., Fruor Ate. Ubtrty St., Toronto, Out. _ PACIFIC COAST UASKnAU IfK Aliurlcs ...001 000 100-2 8 0 Missions......002 000 10 Cnrnelt. Klmhnll and Bottnrini; Nltcholns and Sprlnz. 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