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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, APEIL 4, 1946 In This Corner... By HARRY PAINTING (Sports Editor) RCKNHIS-TJP to Freelancers for the city basketball champion- ship. Lethbridge Columbus Club pre- cents a truly United Nations ap- pearance. This is a, basketball team sponsored bv a Boman Catholic or- ganization which. has not single Roman Catholic playing for it. It has practically every other creed. Spvatos is Greek faith. Bill Wolfman is Jewish. Chick Mclntosh and Fred Leitch claim Scotch Pres- bertetian faith. Al Giveaway Is of Church of Enfland and John Pratt adheres to the lat- ter Dai- Saints church. Kather what? the remainder of the series; with i both ..goahes second and third games scheduled or Calgary, Saturday and Mon- day. The teams go to Edmonton or the fourth contest. Wednesday, and then back to Calgary to finish he series. SLOBODIAX HURT capacity crowd lammed the Keeping alive the old Indian sport of canoe racing. 100 members of the Winnipeg and Kildonan Canoe Clubs recently staged the 10th an- nual fast water paddle from St. Norbert to the Winnipeg Club site. along the La SaUe and Bed Rivers. Thirty canoes took part in the 30- nale "event, completing the trip in tround four hours. Chandler's dilemma: What do do when two major league clubs swap players, and then before the season opens, one of the swap- ped players announces he is retir- ing? Thai's the current headache of Happy Chandler, baseball's com- missioner. Philadelphia Athletics traded Diet Siebert to St. Louis Browns in return for home-run slugger, George McQuinn. Siebert hasn't reported and has announced he is through with baseball. Bill DeWitt of the Browns, protesting to Chandler, points out he has lost a cracking good ball player. 2fow Chandler must decide whether or not Connie Mack has to send Mc- Quinn back to the Browns or make some other arrangement.' Siebert has taken a job as sports commen- tator on St. Paul. Minn., radio station. Charlie Conacher. who was noted for his gentlemanly habits while a big-time star with Toronto Maple Leafs, has apologized to all con- cerned for his outburst of rugged language during a junior playoff game recently. Conacher is coach of Oshawa Generals. The Ontario Hockey Association, which was coh- siQering suspending Chuck, has. an- nounced the case is closed. Leo Dendurand. who led Mon- treal's famous "Flying frenchmen" of a by-gone era to five N-Hi. titles and four Stanley Cup cham- pionshiDs. will come out of retire- ment next fall to guide ft new French-Canadian football team in the Big Four loop. Maestro Lew Hayman will coach the club. Leo's big job is to sell football to the Habitants. Thev like their hockey; now they'll get- a" taste of football. Dandurand says he wants French-Canadians to play as well as watch. Here are the Allan Cap winners since Sir Montague Allan donated the famed mug to Canadian ama- teur hockey: Cliffsides. University. Michaels College. Victorias. Victorias. Hockey Club. Victorias. 61st Battalion. Dentals. Tigers. Falcons. of Toronto. Granites. Granites. Ste. Marie. Arthur. Arthur. of Toronto Grads of Manitoba, Arthur. AJUA. Nationals. Hawks. Hawks. Wolverines. Dynamiters. Tigers. Smoke "Eaters. Arthur Bearcats. Lake Blue Devils. Rangers. R.CJLF. Commandos. Aces. Sfbntreal or Caljmry? he visitors bv a considerable mar- gin through the first two periods, but in the third and In the over- time, the Stampeders began to as- themselves and took over the edge in the play. Injuries struck hard at both .earns, Pete Slobodias suffering a cut ankle in the first period and calling it. quits for the night, while Dave Nicol was put out of action when he got a chariey-horse when he was bodied hard in the centre ice zone midway through the game. The Stampeders cashed in on a break in the middle session when Scodellaro came out of his net after a loose puck. Red Hunter gos hold of the rubbr. and stick- landled around Duke and hact no difficulty slapping a shot into the rigging. Injuries Fatal To Cleveland Slugger BUFFALO, N.Y., April 4. Dave Mason. Cleveland, negro heavy- weight, died last night in hospifa' after suffering a brain hemorrhage and. skull fracture in a bout with Joe Matisi of Endicott. Earlier, Eddie Eagen, chairman o: the New York State Athletic Com- mission, said in New York he was investigating the bout in which the 23-year-old Mason WES injured. Trail Smokies Tie Calgary Stamps 1-1 __Overtime Fails To Settle Deadlock TRAIL, B.C, April (C.P.) western Canada senior hockev best-of-serta series got away to a terrific start here last'nicht when Calgary SUm- neders and Trail Smoke Eaters fought to a 1-1 deadlock, with the Smokies centime from be- hind with a goal midway through the third period to- earn the tie. The teams adjourn to Alberta for making a surprise return to the Saiotoes" lineup after being on the injured list, spear- beaaed the Traii offensive, and he the count at the 10-mmuie mark of the third, when he took, a oass from Crome and blistered a not drive into the corner of the jies from about. 25 feet, out. Rass Dertell had no chance oa the shot. There were close calls a-plenty duricg ihe rest of the gasse but ScotieHaro in particular played a sensational game, ami robbeel the Stampecers time and again when they broiie through unmolested on Larry Kwong, the China Clipper. was oik of the Trail lineup witn a ;roia injury, and the hard-pressed tJEUnU '------------a--------- to the Smokies outplay; Smokies decide at the last mmute considerable mar-! to press B'-ckca into action. to press LINEUPS Calgary Denell: Michaluk. Oraddoek; Hunter; Grant, Broura- ricge. Suhs: Slobodian. Wilder, Cairns Fisher. Dame, Desmarass. Luke. Christen- sen; Cronie; Buckna. Menzies. Subs: Anderson. Morris. Gardner, Nicol. Kwasney, Marshall. Linquist. Winnipeg; linesman. Jimmy Creighton. Bran- don. Man. SUMMARY Pirss scoring. Penal- ties. Fisher. Michaluk. Second Calgary, Hunt- er Penalty, Michaluk. Third Trail, Buckna (Cronie) Penalty. Morris. overtime period No scoring Penalty. Wilder. High River Sportsmen Honor Sam Smith, Retiring Game Guardian HIGH high- light of the annual meeting of the High River Ksh and Game branch was a presentation made to Sam Smith, retiring fish and game guar- dian of the Highwood district. Mr. Snuth has served in this capacity for the past 32 years, and in making the presentation on behalf of the local branch. Archie Hogg, presi- dent, spoke of his Seen sense of re- sponsibility and devotion to the work of conservation. Visiting offi- cials added their tribute to Mr. Smith's untiring service, and it was suggested that such able veterans might well be used for a year or two in training their successors. Over 100 people attended the meeting, with Archie Hogg presid- ing. Amongst outside visitors were a number cf Calgarians, including George Watt, president of the pro- vincial association; John Southain, Calgarr president; George Scargo, provincial secretary; Them Kjar, provincial game inspector. Others who stroke were Jack Webb, presi- dent of the Turner Valley branch; Ralph Sicotte, president of the Olds branch, who was accompanied by Mrs. Sicotte, the first woman mem- ber of the association, and first delegate to a provincial convention. Provincial Support Mr. "Watt referred appreciatively to the support given to the objec- tives of the association, by the -pro- vincial government, saying: "We have had more 'results and more co-operation from the present gov- ernment than from any government yet." He specified the support cf Ducks Unlimited, the fish-rearing farms in Calgary, the game farms at Brooks, the trapping of beaver in overstocked areas and safe removal to points where they are needed. He also spoke of the reoresenta- tion from the association acting in advisory capacity in framing game act regulations. He referred to the great work for fishermen done by Jim Cross of Caigarv in establish- ment of the fish hatchery, and de- scribed the fish-rearing farms. Andy Wallace, presenting a re- port on the crow and magpie cam- paign, said the past, year had been the best yet, with 805 pairs of legs brought, in, and 4327 eggs destroyed. Youtnful winners in the contest were Earl Kemp. Kenny Taylor and Grant Knupp. Bverett Keller reported on the big game situation as he had found it at the head of the Livingstone and Eighwood. Sheep hunting had been verv ooor. and he suggested a closed season; elk had seemed plentiful and the season might be continued as at nresent; deer also seem on the increase, and he it might be possible to have an open season on bull moose in two or three years. HERALD SPORTS PAGE ELEVEN Room and Board CANT TAKE A JOKE. P.aSTCOOSC E. ACKSFS is w KKAL EQUAL1QA OF OUR. KM T. WAT ASOAA. AMJTTOM SBESMQOO K3RSST? U !i i ff i j SHANGHAI, April Shanghai spors fans Wednesday read that: Byron Kelson has retired frosi golf. Hank Greenber? and Bob Feiler have joined the Mexican baseball leagtie and the Chinese cooiie win- ner of the Shanghai rick- race has been oEfered S25.000 to race in Mad- ison Square Garden against ffiiler Leslie MacMitchell, The stones had been lifted Iroia the April Fool's Day issue of the United States arzr-.v newspaper Stars and S'npes by a number of Shanghai papers and reprint- ed as serious news. Eight Clubs In South Ball Loop Moreland President RAYMONTX BasebaU will again be revived in southern Al- i berta towns this s K was de- f. cided upon Siuiday at a meeting; in ton, Cardstoa, WeBisj sigsed up thus far and several others ir-ciudiri? Sunburst, Moaxaea, likely So enter. The entrance fees musx, be in by April 29 ia order for "9 league. Hoyt Hardvrare trophy. an inside page) the itcnes usere all FREELANCERS WIN CITY HOOP TITLE Promote Mat Show at 'Hat Ladies' _ Rockets................0 tS8 T.C.A................ 673 833 1 A. Sinclair 1S6, P. Settleson 179. ______________________ i 3. Meriske 19t J'. Ireland 136.. FORGING ahead in the last period. Freelancers Montreal...... night crushed Columbus Club 63-42 at the "Y" gym to j M. Thonison 244, G. Withage win the Lethbridge city basketball championship by a margin of 13 points in the two-game series. They took the round 92-79. S. Amsdorf 1S3. Pegs Gazelles...... L. McLennan 232. Cougar are much in evidence and he advocated an increase in bounty to make cougar hunting worth while. Fishiaff Poor Sam Smith described the trout fishing on the HJghwood in 1945 as the worst since 1920, with notice- able decline since the big fires of 193S. Sased on past experience he believed a remedy might be found in putting lots of fry in sides- streams. and closing the tributaries for a few years. Jack "Webb of Turner Valley, proposed instead the damming of sidestreams. heavy re- stocking and killing of predatory L y. Message, reporting on mi- gratory birds, said that last fan had brought in the poorest bags in some years, attributable in part to toe early onset of winter. he added, "it is hard to judge whether biros are plentiful. Eus- ters complain of poor sport, but many farmers claim their crops are ruined by duck." A number of moving picture films were shown by Them Kjar. and the evening concluded with refresh- ments. Columbus Club entered the final up eight points as result of winning the first tilt 37-29 but they could not i hold down the sharpshooting Edwards of the Freelancers, Gang Bpsters -who broke loose for 28 points during the final contest. Lineups of Teams 12, Edwards 26, Walker 6, Westbrook 13, Melvin 4, Toubnour 2. Total 63. Columbus Wolfman 4, F. Leitch 10, Mclntosh 16, Pratt 12, D. Leitch. Total 42. 780 974 Biddeli 148, Adams 146. ..734 613 Raymond. A southern Alberta Intermediate i any dab to iaw> league organised wish Paul Mcreland. president: W. first; _ vice-president, and M. Ericsson, se-ihelo a; present 07 cor.d vice-president, with Herb be tae pessary prize. secreW- league ogps jitn its first A good crowd -a-as present and; games 23 arc enc ay representatives from raany towns; July 31. A. J and c'ubs voied on the The enthusiasm at Jie uon. HavooEd. Magraih. is; an assurance ol a good A! Lethbridge Gals Miners. New Day- league. Montreal Plays In Boston Tonight BOSTON. April fAP> Convinced they were oai-bieked twice in Montreal, Boston Brains win attempt ia break the wimsiap streak tonight when they open the Bas- ton version of their Stanley Cup hockey playoff series. The BnKss wer? prepared op- without MUt Schmidt, their outstanding centre, who suffered a STbad actor. DeGIane, horse" his uagn Toes- colorful "Flyinr Frenchman" nla-rers from Slontreal. and Jim Wright, towering Texan, will meet in second match. Two speedy four- roand boiins bouts, featuring: Medicine Hot and district fijht- erc. round oat the card. Eppie will referee the boxing: Darby Melnck will hold sway over the rasslers. Eppie and Al Lost, the ing- brothers from Medicine Hat, have branched oat into the wrestling game, promoting a. card next Satarda? at the arena, in Medicine Hat "featuring the famous Bronko XajursKi of American football and mat prowess. Nagurskl will battle IKek Raines, recent I5.S. Army dis- ehargee and known to the trade 726 790 716 562 Majors Hard Hit By Injury Plague Raymond Crushes i Augusta Masters _ Tourney Today Calgary Vets 48-24 Raymond tTnlon Jacks outclassed XJalgary Legion Vets in all depart- ments at Central high school gym- nasium in Calgary Wednesday to score a decisive 48-24 victory in'the first of a best-of-three game final for the Alberta senior men's basket- ball chamDionship. Remaining two games, if a- third Is necessary, will be played in Ray- mond. The nest match is schedul- ed Friday night at 8 pjn. in the opera house Raymond. Third game, if needed, will be played Saturday. Billy Conn To Carry Fight To Joe Louis GREENWOOD LAKS, April 4. Johnnv Rav. Ijttls blond 8 West, itaj t MJdn 17. -rto Hicken 3. Bourne, Nalder 6, Roifson. Total 48. Legion Brewerton 4. Buch- anan 7, Salway 3. Abernathy. Sil- ver I, Cameron 2. Donaldson 6, Shantie, Bell, B. Williams. Total 24. Officials Reg. Houghton, Harold Brook. AUGUSTA, Ga.. April 4. Fifty-one top professional and ama- teur golfers were ready to tee- oS today in the 10th annual Master's tournament aiming at the prize money and the 279 record set by Halph Guldahl in wincing the 1939 event. In yesterday's final waxmup rounds, Sam 3yrd. ex-major league ball player from Detroit, turned in the best card, a seven-under par 65. The course record of 64 was set by Bobby Jones, the 1930 grand slammer, and later tied by Lloyd Mangrum of Los Angeles in the 1940 event. Ben Hpgan. the little Hershey, Pa., pro is established as the favor- itas to win this year's tournament. resumed -year May Bar Mexico Jumpers For Life BETTER SHAVE With Minora Blade si Minera has a reof one ether lew price blades, (n fact, it's shcrpeit double-edge blade rn Ks One shave wDl convince you: firs rout j at this camp where the MIAMI. Fla, April 4.' Clark Griffith, the man who ISd organized baseball's successful fisht against the outlaw Fed- eral is ready to wage full scale warfare against the Mexican league by barring for life all players who jnmo south of the border. The venerable owner of Wash- Senators of the American t firmly believed I C United States j circuit will JfEW YORK. April 4.- An unprecedented series of Mis- haps has left major leagrue base- fcall managers virtnallr in the dark on tnek probable for opening day 12 days hence, an Associated Press surrey showed today. x isn't a major league team which hasn't had at least a, dozen casualties thus far and some are of a serious nature. Joe Gordon, star second baseman of New York Yankees, suffered a suike wound to his left hand sev- eral weeks ago which probably will keep 'him out of the lineup for an- other month. EVERS BADLY HURT- Walter (Hoot) Evers, rookie cen- trefielder of Detroit Tigers, broke a leg and a thumb in. a game March 17 and is out of the picture for at least two more months. Last Tuesday, Mickey Hocco Cleveland Indians' regular Srss baseman, broke a bone in his right foot and will be out for several weeks. Mike Sandiock, expected to bear the brunt of Brooklyn's catching with Mickey Owen oa to the Mexi- can league, suffered a. fractured finger yesterday. Following is a list of players cur- rently out of action due to in- juries: Reiser, separation of the breast bone and collarbone: Billy Herman, sacroiliac condition; Augie Galan, pulled muscle ia left arm; Cookie Lavagetto, fracrared bone in right wrist and calcium de- posit in right elbow; Sandiock broken anger. New York Rigney sprained ankle: Harry Feldznan bruised right leg; Mickey V'ltek com finger nail and swollen fciee St. Louis OTJea sacroiliac condition; Johnny Beaz- ley, sore arm; Terry Moore, pullec leg muscle- Lakeman, sprain- ed left ankle. Philadelphia Mc- Cormick. lame back. Boston DetweUer wrist injury; Art Johnson, shoulder trouble. Chicago Cubs BUI Nicholson back pains- BILL DICKEY New York spike wound m hand; Bill Dickey, broken toe; Atley Donald, sore arm. broken foot; Bar- ney McCosky, pulled back muscle Pat MulUn, strained side; Eddie Mayo, pulled back muscle; Eddie Lipon, infected foot. Boston Ked Flair, trouble; Eddie Pellignni, back ail- ment; Eddie McGah, bad Snger; Bobby Boerr. leg injury; Ken Chap- man, twisted left knee; Van Heflin sore arm. broken fodt. Chicago White Smith, sprained shoulder; Dano Lodlgiani, twisted finger. St. Louis Sandra twisted knee. Coan. blistered Call Fastball Meeting April 12 General meeting of the liridte Fastball Association for the. purposes, of. accepting entries and forming leagues for the 1946 season will be held Fri- dar evening. Anril 12. at S p-m. in'the TJO.C-C baildinr, it wss decided at st meeting of the executive Wednesday night. Clubs wishing to enter the Tarioos leagues operated by the association are asked to send representatives to this Glace Bay Crusaders won the Kova Scotia basket- ball title, defeating Liverpool 3-1-31 to take the two-game, total-point championship series 73-61. Tonight's Games p.m. Lethbridge Hotal TS. Jeeps. Arcade vs. Elks. Bankers vs. Studio. Hook Signs vs. Sick's Brewery. T.CJi. vs p-rn. Mihalik's Grocery. Kirk's Tire Shop vs. Bowladrome. CaJelll Food Products vs. Pyramid Jfotor Sales. 77 Service Station vs. Beny Friday's Games pJB. Kiwanis Club Gyro Ciub League p-m. TJ.C.T. League T.C.A. League Hockey Results fBy The Canadian PressJ Canada Junior Finals Toronto St, Michaels 3, Montreal Canadians 2. I <.St. lead best-of-Sve se- ries Pacific Coast League Finals Hoilvwood 2, Vancouver 3. ir leads best-of-flve se- j Say wane ATS Hoss" players were dropping their secorxi' coraeosave suddec-Seath; contest. Schmidt -rested he wouid be la shape to play he is overruled Jack McGfil will do the pivoting for wingers Woody Dtssart and Bobby Bauer. It also appeared likely that Ca- nadiens would be unable to dress their Sill strength. Murph Cham- berlain is nursing a back injury and was not especPKi to be available until Sunday's fourth game, also at Boston. Toe Blake- has a. srmrtar injury but is did not hamper hiia noticeably while the Flying Franch- isee were gaming their 3-2 over- time triumph. Canadlecs came to Boston aftes winning six straight playoff stars, the first four against Chicago Blackhawks. bat Ccsch Dick Irvm did noc appear opomisac his Remember CBy The Canadian Press) Johnny Dundee retained his world's junior lightweight box- ing crown at Toronto 23 years ago tonight. The New Yorker, who later held the feather- weight title, shaded Jimmy Goodrich of Buffalo ia 10 fast rounds. ries ers could "maintain that fnrioas Western Canada Senior Finals pace and gain the cap In tie soeed- Calgary 1. Trail L lest Dossihle fashion by sweeping (First game of best-cf-seven ae-1 both" games tere. j "The Bruins hare besa plajls; Winnipeg Commercial League Finals j hockey against Irrin 4. Kings 9. explained, "and they're to ges (Sings win best-of-Sve series and some breaks on their league title. BOES XOT TCRXDfG PRO April -Allan Boes. ace Manitoba golfer, is not FOCTt GOLFERS GET AMATECIt STATUS TORONTO. April iate relrjsiatement to atazteur standing was allowed four Cans- planning to turn professional tins i clan, golfers at a of tfcs year, but plans in the future to ROral Canadian Crolf the game a full-time career. 1 reinstatement coaunfttee "Wednes- He said he had turned down a dav. The four are W. G- Thorap- tempdcg offer rrom. a leading Ca- j son, Montreal: WQliam. Snckrey, tario dub where he was wanted as st. Acdrews-By-The-Sea. Bar- pro-manager for the earning sea-jney Morris, and Jarces sen. He did not name the club- Ubukaca, Moose Jaw. Sasfe. BLONDIE ITS SPRING AGAIN! Registered XTJS. Patens Office By Chic Young NOW; I'LL C SiT i_P AND FO? THE SILLY WHERE HE E ITS I'M NOT GONG TO WATT ANY DONALD DUCK EARNED KEEP Registered VS. Patent OSics By Walt Disney ONE DOLLASC-OME F1PTY, ONE NINETY--TWO AH, JUST LFL ABNER FRAN'SHIP ByAlCapp for tne forever from A report, published today !n the i _ _ _. _____ j V- tf, J Johnny said Conn would carry the; .Miami Herald. Quoted an unnamed S8 E-J..V f source as saying such action he did the last time, in 1941, for a join. meetirtg 12 rounds, before he got his "Irish" up and was knocked out in the 13th. this time it's gonna be of club presidents. "Were it otherwise it would be llSe a president reinstating a tougher for Johnny went OB. i cashier who had "embezzled has more punching power; and more weight now. His men- GriSith said. Baseoall Comniissioner A. 3. Barnwell Boxer Wins In Utah PROVO. the annual freshman boxing toursa- tal condition is remember (Haopy) Chandler rccer.ilv cited an he was worrying about his marriage 'baseball law barring plavers isho the night before the last fight. And J0in ouUaw ciubs Jrom asking re- he has just as much speed as ever." j jnstatemens in organized baseball Johnny wasn't kidding about this i for at least fUe years. last. BiHy went through his first j Griffith said that the law also full day's work Wednesday, boxing provides that the club from which three rounds and doing five more j the olayer jumped must approve JUs of floor-work. And he appeared to reinstatement. have just as much of the rubber. in them as he always had. j .4USSTES MAY PLAY AT WIMBLEDON WALKEK COOPER OUT OF NAVY ST. LCUIS, April Cooper, former St. Louis Cardinal catcher who was sold for MKLBODRNE, April versing its previous stand, the Aus- tralian Lawn Tennis Association said Wednesday that Individual players may participate in the all- to New York Giants in January.! England charnpioiisiiiijs at Wimble- was discharged from the navy here i don. June 6, if they arrange Wednesday. their own transportation. ment sponsoren by the Bri Young University intramural de- partment at Provo. Utah, recently, Bob Mercer of BarnweU, Alta casse out winner in the lightweight divi- sion. After two nights of fighting. Mer- cer fought his way into the finals and took the final bout alter a hard battle with Louis Cordon o: Flor- ence, Colo. He was presented with a championship medal. Bob Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mercer of Bamwell. Trainer Tom Hill said Southern Pride, Kentucky Derby nominee, suffered a severe knee injury m a workout at Churchill Downs which wiU force him out of the Derby i. I WHERE IS HYENA'3- BECAUSE IT NOT RIGHT FOR CHILDREN TO CROW Off !N HER WIONtTY 1 THEV CAT WRONG IDEA Of HUMAN BR5CK BRADFORD-And !hs" Queen of Night WILLIAM RITT am! CLARBvlCE GRAYl MASTER, rr is HE MOUNTS TME PALACE 6EE-' HE IS VJITH A MAN AND THEY SEEM TO BE OH EXCELLENT TERMS.' PERHAPS 4 SSN'TS'JKEOPMYREAL RtASOM FOR IUR1MS HIM HERE. THAT SNES AN IDEA.' HO.1 1 mi PUY AI.YTTLS CAT MOUSE FORE1 TO ;