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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1946 In This Corner... By HARRY PAINTING (Sports Editor) AFTER 20 years of rugby and wrestling. Broncho Magurski figures he's still got of xnat tunxbliiig: in his system. In tovra yesterdav en route to Calgary a with Texas Jim Wright, aniniscsd a bit career. Raymond Defeats Vets For Title 1946 Alberta Champions tactics a little when they dropped behind and soon went back in the lead aad finished the half at 26-19. The second halt was a little more interesting, and although floor piays were executed better, both learns were unable to score of tener. as a result only 15 pcinis were sal- lied for each side. __________.. fans were amused at Donald- margin of 24 points. Jacis seemed son's -grandstano." workoui, bus. he (HNS) BMnd Union Jacks are again the champion basketball team Alberta. They proved their worth last night by Calgary Vets bv a score of 41 34 for a second straifht win the After winning over their oppon- ents in Calgary Wednesday by a HERALD SPORTS PAGE ELEVEN Room and BoardbyGmAlmt VrtlATSV, THE jScMXTCD SHtfSWytS USfOLD STOKs; I WSLi. "THE TREATMENT OF FSJV ASD AODCSIM Najurski's name flashed across the sports world around 1S29. when he reached his as fullback for University of Minnesota Gophers. lie won All-America honors that year and the two following years. Af- ter college, he turned pro with Chicago Bears and played near- ly ten years of braising- profes- sional rugby. He took up wrestling in 1933 and his "flying tackle" brought a new to the mat game. He won the world's heavyweight champion- ship in 1937 and lost it the follow- ing year. Broncho has been out of action the past four years but is getting into trim again. Sis feet two. he weighs 237 pounds and looks in great condi- tion. BJs features are a bit mat- burned but not badly mauled and his ears still look human. He has plenty of hair and a set of bushy eye-brows which mat viilains are alwavs ai-ternming to remove. _ I asked him what he was going to do when his mat days were over. Broncho just shrugged his shoul- ders. fiddled with his belt and said he jusc hadn't figured that out. Would he coach, I asked. Well, no, he didn't like the coaching game. "Too many he explained. "I tried it one year and that was enough for me. If you're coaching kids in football, you've got to think about, them all the time. You've go; to make sure they don't get hurt, and you've got to make sure they don't stray when you're travel- ling; you've got to think out their plays for them, and you've got to think out the opposition, strategy, too. No, it's too big a much mental strain. It's a little easier if you're coaching a pro team they are little more mature and know what it's about, but I don't Thiny coaching job is for me." Broncho is scheduled to tie tonight in Al and Eppie Lust's mat at Medicine Hat, where he Is to battle Wright again. to attijude. of wm on their home floor, and perhaps by their they did not show much superiority as the score shows. the- second quarter Cal- gary put oa a burst of fast scoring aad led bv a few points for five minutes, with Cameron Betting two quick field throws to shove Vets out in front. Brewerton, who was a Raymond man before he joined the forces, showed fine form in assiss- ing his team to get, ahead for that brief period. Ofleddy played High school ball before the left here.) Turner's quint changed their job in spite] of having to leave the floor due so personal fouls. Uncaps Calgary Yets: Buchanan. 1; Cam- eron. Brewerton. 6; Salvay, 6: Donaldson, 3; WJiliacBs; Bell, 6; Silver. 2. Jacks: Turner. 12; Bourne. 1; Stone. 12; Hlcken; Rolfson, 2: Nal- der: West; Miekelson. 11; Mitchell, 3. Thirteen fouls were called against Raymond and 19 were chalked against Vsts- KoUson and Wheeler, referees. The Tfriglifh Grand National must fee a tough course. Lovely Cottage, 25 to 1 shot, won the event Fri- day. -isrith A 100-1 shot. Jack Rn- ley, second, over the favorite. Prince Regent. Of 34 nags -which started s the race, only six finished. One I steeplechaser, jgymbole, a Rrench 4 candidate, was killed in the first lap. _ The Fastball Associa- 5 Uon has put out an anpeal for 36- pitcher j Baseball Results PACIFIC COAST LEAGVE San Francisco oio 000 S San Diego___000 000 3 Barrel! and Ogrodowski; Viiahch and Ballinger. Seattle .......012 OK2 6 Los Angeles 030 100 6 1 Chamber. Dobemic aad Step'nen- Tobin and f 4s 6d (about for a tlay lobster salad screed in the clubhouse. RAYMOND. SPORTS ACTIVITIES AT LOCAL LEGION CLCB A ALLAN CUP PLAYOFFS (By The Canadian Press.) Montreal .Royals vs. Hamilton Tigers at Toronto (iiight second game of best-of-live eastern series. Hamilton leads 1-0. Trail Smoke Saters at Calgary Stampeders second game of best- of-seven western iinal series, first fame 1-1 overtime tie. MEMORIAL COP PLAYOFFS CBy The Canadian Press.) Montreal Canadieos at Toronto St. Michaels Third of best-of-five eastern firal series, St. lead 2-0. i local Rod and Gun Club met last I and reorganized the leader- ship. C. A. Hudson was voted in president, with L. B> Pack as vice- president, and Fred Turner re- maining on for another year as sec- retary, la charge of" fisheries de- partment. Wes McMullin: game birds department is managed by B. V. Henmger; big game. G. Gal- braith. and J. McNeely in charge J. SOUTHAM HEADS CALGARY FISH. GAME CALGARY. April Southam was elected president of the" Calgary Fish and Game Asso- ciation at a meeting here. Mr. Southern succeeds G. E. Watt, re- cently elected president of the provincial association. jjext week the following games rjort league and carpetbaU doubles will be payed in the club rooms of the Canadian Legion on the following evenings: CarpetbaU Doubles Vancouver Leads jHAilintfAnif 3-1 jjiMMtJffWtl W I VANCOUVER. April couver Canucks came irccn behind a 3-2 deficit early in the third period to defeat the vs. Yucvtws at! Wolves and zaie a. 3-1 lead in 7-30- Hodge vs. Knox at pjn.i the best-cf-seven Pacific Coast Dykes vs. Burton at j Hockey League championship series. Shields vs. Kerr at 1 Htoer KrcHer and of entertainment conanittee. Retir- ing manaaremeni of P. Drake and Wallace Wilde were given a very hearty vote of thanks for their work in past of office. The club have a. flne shooting gal- lery in operation, and many of the have been "tuning" their eye and "sharpening" the trig- ger finger" la. practice at the bull's eye1 target. During fisneral discussion the pheasant question, was brought up. as to the length of the season, also very definite measures be taken to prevent hunters (especially trans- ient hunters') from shooting female pheasants. Now Is the time to get busy oa this project so that those offenders will "be aware that they will be punished severely shoot female pheasants. ttey A drive on predatory birds was also discussed journed- and meeting ad- at Morris vs. Knox ac Kodge vs. Yucytus at Kerr vs. Thomas at Monday zame. Perry vs. Barkley: second game, Aitken vs Eminscn. Annifcfc vs. Kaox. Wednesday Shirley vs. Kerr. J. Dykes vs. Murphy. A. Dykes vs. Kennedy. i Bellinger. Art Vickery and Bob Adams counted for the "Wolves. Fifth, game will be played, here Monday. The game was played at a lightn- ing clip throughput aad close- checking predominated. Morris Gerth, Hollywood goalie, stopped 35 shots, compared with 28 by Van- couver's Ed" iicAneeley. EX-DETROIT TIGER TO PLAY MEXICO MEXICO CITY, April Murray Franklin, former Detroit Tigers second baseman, has signed three-vear contract to play for TazJipieo" in the Mexican league- president Jorge Pasquel announced tarn. Walter Monscn and Gord niciht TtrpTp Tint dix- i tallied for Kimrs while Millfii TEG KINGS WIN CITY TITLE FROM ORIOLES WTNNIPSG. April Winni- peg: ConnngrriRi leagua champions, defeated Winnipeg Or- ioles. the city's only senior team, which" was eliminated by Calgar Stampeders in the Canada. Allan Cup finals. 4-1. last night to the city title. Les .tticksy Friday night, closed. Terms tallied for Kings while the lone Orioles' goaL got BLONDIE HUMPTY DUMPTY Registered XJJS. Patent "Office By Chic Young VDU CANT UNSCRAMBLE AN SSS XXJ SAVE MEA X VCUU. HAVE SCRAMBLED TO EAT IT .ANO i ASKED L WAY r FOR -sf _ UNDERSTAND MCRNINS DEAR? DONALD DUCK YOU CAN'T EOSE Registered U.S. Patent Office By Walt Disney TOOTS, I'LL SVP.SG IT RIGHT OVER! NCUVB HAD LEARNING U'L ABNER A REAL OLD-FASHIONED SLOBBOVIAN ROMANCE By Al Capp the Oakland clab of the Pacific Coast League, but flatly re- fused to reoort to Oakland. In- j stead, he obtained transportation I to his hcme In Minneapolis. Minn, i Vandenberg won seven ar.d lost I three 3ast year while serving in 30 1 games as a relief pitcher. Ir. es- j hibition panics this spring, he pitch- led 12 1-3 innings, allowed 21 hits and n rans- t KoUvwood___000 COO S 0 Sacramento lOO- 003 5 2 Becigno, Escalenie (1) and Ucser; Freitas and Marcucci- Ponland 000 000 7 0 Gait Miners Football Club Meets Sunday General meeting of the Gait Miners Football club will be held at the Miners Union hall at p.m. Sundav, April 7, to hear the financial report and elect the audit committee, according to announcement by J. Gibson, secretary. Ex-erybody is wel- come. ST. LOUIS. April Third George Kurowskj i relumed to St. Louis Cardinals fo'd Friday by sigKinz his 1946 coiitract after a brief conference with Presi- dent Sem 3readon. He has been a salary holdout srr.ce the start ot i spring trsir.ing. Neither would dis- i cuss contract terms but Korowslcl said the contract was a jise." 34 FIELD FOR BOSTON 3LARATHON BOSTON. April KeHey of West Acton. Mass.. who won his second Bosion A.A. Mara- thon after a decade's lapse 5ast year, tcday headed a lift of 13 entries that boosted the April 20th race's field to 34. BRADFORD-And The Queen of Nighr By WILLIAM RUT and CLARENCE GRAY' 1 WAS SO AFRWD AHD NOW I AM 60 GLAD.' JUNE, MORE BEAUTIFUL THAN YOU TURN UP, HOW JUME'll NSVE2 j------ WKNT IT SUIEET OF TO KJiSG US TO- iNEWSPAFERr iNEWSPAFERr ;