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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1946 Australia Trains Davis Coppers ear ago. Trhen the record was establishtd o! G5.4S? in fire ;ames, for an average of 13.0S7. In a pinch 16.000 can be crowded into the Gardens including stand- ing room bai there have already been 3WKX? applications lor for Serjirdsy's TSie crcwcs 1 vion't bother St. iiichael's. uhose Iss: league game asams: Gait at- tracted 15.03S. a Canadian record for any regular ieasnie came, asia- tear or professional. The next ihree gsnies of the series are- on Monday. Wednesday anc cf nest %v. A. Hewut, regjstrar-treas'jrer 1 of the C.A.K.A.. last predicted i ihe series will be clcse. He saw j Monarchs at WisniDeg when ihey defeated Brandon SSks to win ihe_ Maritoba urle nnri says they're isll- by the er than the St. Mikes, arp just as belns: Raffia 3197 pins, fast and handv with their sticks, arid ancS well-coached. Their coach is Teams -wes" as Ijeth- Walter Monson. a hockey veteran of more than 20 years. Cte Tuesday afternoon in tiie Letiiaridee s-udvicriurs L.CJ. Bears casie iron behind in I tite soird quarter to Jorge and defeat the- JL.C.1. Tigers by 33-23 score. ''lie Bears held the Tigers score- less during the early mmuies of the gaaie arid the end of liie I quarter the score was S-0 in favor of Bears. IEL the second quarter the Bears- were Sghting for every basket, with t the Ttaeis battims hard and slowly ciasin-" the sap. The ead of Use half saw --as Bears Kill leading by one point, 14-13. Crashing the Bears' defence, the Tigers ths Bears in thej quarter, putting them ahead 23-17 ana starling off the las: ssansa of ihe sasae with a sjx-pDiiu ad- vantage" over their opposition. I Cpsetilsg the applecart, the Bears l came back in tiie lass quarter us make sorae fast rashes, ahead of tiie Tigers to outseore them 10-S, -ainning che ganie with; a final couni of 33-29. 1 Jerry Brown aaci 3iUy Lee were top scorers. Brown with 14 snd i with 13. Steve Razz plajed a fast game, scores his laual average of 10 points. In the nest game ol the series S. S. TOBIAS K. J. KAYCKOFT executes who In Ijeinbrldge today Include yr, V T Tjave-o't eenera! sales manager; Mr. S. S. Tobias, S. P. Palmer, soanager of truck, bus and tracior sales, and Mr. E. T. Haasby. Fsresione development engineer. S. F. PALMER H. T. HUMBY Firestone dealers' spring meeting: has been arranged to take place at ihe Marquis Hotel tomorrow and viii be addressed by these executives Irom the head office of ihe Pirestone Tire and Rubber Company of Canada, Limited, Hamilton, Ontario. 10 ite of pe TOS- I- _ thffi a na id today way yoErscJf p3e JKseO'- SJWBSOT----. 4UL firm dome basuMfis Hea-Boid nms bdp Mooras ud loiafel i br do n'osizkly. emsay or TOOT r test of this rem facmali cosis aoliuec. Ti general Natal-Michel Last vear, Letnbnage. j w -r fourth in the conpeuaon. UFffC i Members o: the Leihbridge: souad. with their high games, were mamP LrianO'PS Mcln-.osh. 24S: _ Charlie VxltcmgCa i Srsc KATAL. Johnston Benny McCoy, released this sprirr r Athletics, fauea i Gun the Bears vrJi raeet the Panthers "in a two-cut-cf-lhree se- 1 ries for the IrfMhbridge Collegiate hoiise league basketball champion- ship. LINEUPS OF TEAMS Birch 1. J- Brown 14, Carr 2. Steve Razz 10, IX "Wol- sey 2. Total 29. 3- Lee 13. J. TTolsey 2. Sieele 4. H. Adams 4, J. Pailer 5, Jack Gove. Total 33. Referee George Siawcsky. GSORGS 5SAMAX. No Worries Over Allan Cup Expenses TORONTO, April t? the Canadian senior and junior hockey title finals coming up short- Ir, a "spokesman for the Canadian Amateur Sockey Association nirfit declared tiiat i each club participating 3n the series 3rd Canadian Tnfan- i-ia-! recein-ine an allowance in accord- try Brigade hockey team "Wednes- day defeated Swiss and American tcares and allows S120 a. day waile scial worries. _ I The CJLH-A. Drovides trasspona-! receiiing an allowance in accord tioa and berths" for ihe travelling ance with the number of games ns resolutions ECONOMY PACK AGE cbniinsr East Kootennv annual Hod aad Gun Club rneenssr: 1. Sheep season to Ssut. 15 and to close Cct. both days inclusive. 3ag limit the same. 2. Kot to tise of any kinii as bait for trauping. 3. Owing to mcrease of cougar we resolve that the bountv be raised to fortv dol- lars. 4. Assistant same warden needed for the Ferrsie and Natal-Miche! Disrfct. 5. That all species of squirrel be closed entirely for snooting snd trapping. One other fantrortant matter hroueht tm at the meetiiu; Tras re- garding the road to Grave Major Leagues Cry For Good Infielders NEW YORK. April Major leasme baseball man- aser> are cryins: for third base- men year in the same way they used to bemoan the lack of mod shortstops and second basemes. With ooening cf ihe 1945 ses- son five aavs away, only Cievelsnd's Lou Boudreau, New Tork Yankees" Joe McCarthy and St. Louis Card- inals' Eddie TJyer of the 16 big lea- pilots seem to have solved their "hot corner" problem and even they i are not EittiriE too pretty. In Sen Seltner Cleveland: i date- figures released has been at Wed- nesday night declared tnat so far as the clubs tha; have :o travel are concerned there should be no Snan- j the club ss staying in a hotel and 590 a day while veiling. The home icam is "allowed S100 per game and i the visitiES club S50 per game for incidental expenses. This applies to all games in. the cup play-o5s, wherever and whenever they are plaved. In the Snal series for both the Allan sad ihe JMemoria! Clips, ths? clubs will receive a bonus of SaOO for qualifying. In addition they share in division of the pronis. played in f; ATT A competition. the meeting at Vancouver May 1 the Ontario Hockev. Association will propose that after the first is taken for O_yir A expenses, 15 per cent of the remainder should be distributed among the clubs, the additional 25 per cent to be held in reserve for for worthwhile causes. CANADIANS WIN IN SWISS HOCKEY- ZURICH, Switzerland. April reams in a ihree-comered match, at sports re- sort in the Alps Ca- nadians beat tee Swiss squad 6-2 and an United States army team 11-2. The Swiss team drew 5-5 with. the Americans. Norman Von Xlda, Australia's leading' professional golfer, is on his way a> Britain for a try at the1 British" open championship at St. Andrews in July. CDDD! The Natal-Michel snortsmea ?rs eagerly awaiting the cnenir-c o: the fishing season winch opens VD on Monday. ApiH 15 jsrneii i some of the lakes in the 'East ii.oot- enav are oaen lor the fisbins: of salmon or Kamloops trout. On May i 1 the trout season opeiK when the Michel creek and th? Elk river is long holdout siege last Saturaay and hasn't seen aa inning of action. He is expected to be en the bench (Red) Schosndienst, an outfielder last year, at third. open for fishing, with all the re- but an injSy sacte Gordon dosed, opening UD on_Mav j ggt Ei-en Steve O'Neill and" Charlie Grimm, the 1945 pennant winning managers, are not certain of their day third basemen. ouen. Onlv a few of the tributaries of the Elk" river UD the 3k Valley wH! remain closed. Declaring that a race iracfe is not a "public nuisance per se 'within the Michigan state supreme court has upheld the constitutional- ity of horse racing and pari-mutuel betting in -Michigan. Too Much To PUREX LOUISVZtiS. April 11. Latham told the jurv Weonesdav he never saw scything: like It before in a poker game. The Srst time, X5.tham testi- fisd, he held a full house in draw poser, with nothing wild. But he was beaten by four of a kind. Almost immediately lie was dealt four of a kind and back- ed his hand accordingly. He'd be doggoaed if there wasn't a straight Sush hand in the game, and again ne lost. A mirmtes later, the wit- ness testified, he held a straight Hush. He bet and bet; in the showdown, a iiisher straight Susn beat him. Then's when tie decided to sue the alleged operator of the poker game for S2.500 he said he lost in one year's time. The jury awarded him BASEBALL PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE Portland 100 000 7 1 San Francisco. 010 000 7 0 Mooty and Adams; Jansea and Ogrodovrski. 9 1 Sacrasnesio 001 000 2 3 Pippen and Kaimondi; Pletcher, Nelson (I) and Angeles 000 000 5 0 San Diego___110 OOO S 0 Chamber and "Williams; mann ana Rice. Seattle......000 OSO 17 S 303 320 13 2 Tobin. Ferguson Huichiasoa Gregory (8) aaa Suerae, Stag? Messerly, Biltner Smith (8) and Unser. Soccer Results IX3NDON. Apra I Besuits of soccer games pisyed In e United Kingdom Wednesday: League South Birsniagnasti 1, Portsmouth 0. Chsrlton Athletic 4, Brentford 3. Chelsea 2. Coventry City 1. Lterhy County 4, Leicester City 1. league North Bolton Wanderers 0, Newcastle United 1. Middlesbrough 2. Burnley 1. Liverpool 1. Leeds United 1. Third Division South (South Aldcrshot i, Swindon Town I. BILLY CONN CUTS HAND IN TRAINING PITTSBURGH. April 11. The Pittsburgh said last night it had received a repor from an apparently reliable source at Billy Conn's training camp a Greenwood Lake. N.J.. that ihe heavyweight challenger suffered a cut on one of his hands which force him to lay off training for a least a week !r, New York, Harry Marksori of fight promoter Mike Jacobs' staff, sats he had not heard' ol the report. TAKE PRIDE IN ALBERTA! NO. I It was 1930 ___ Two flying pioneers, Wiley Post _ and Harold Catty piloted their s'obe circling 1 vefy minor yet located airfield. They set ft down in morass of mud that was Edmonton's Municipal Airport. Yet, destined to srow from these muddy runways and from this one small was one of the greatest airfields cf the Edmonton crossroads for the winss of the world. Tne present Airport was bom in 1920 to serve ihose early pioneers of aviation who were flying supplies and equipment into our great North. From that date facilities were progressively improved as the North was expanded. Thus, with our declaration of war, followed by the entry of Russia into the conflict, and Pearl Harbor, Edmonton had the perfect setting for 6e tremendous expansion required (a meet the emergency. AIRCRAFT HAS1XLED IN ONE YEAR Today One field is practically surrounded by mammoth hangars and Aircraft fepair depots. Covering 750 acres of land, the airport has three roiles of concrete runways, 200 feel in width. There is concrete perimeter trade that practically circles the field. Daring the war years, jlis heaviest bombers and transport aircraft and the fleetest fighters were Stationed or shuttled though Edmonton to Russia and the Orient. In one day 865 aircraft were cleared through; in the single year 1943 iota! of planes passed through the Edmonton Airport. EDMONTON ON THE ROUTE TO ORIENT AND MOSCOW According to aviation authorities, the shortest distance between points in North America and Asia will be over die top of fhe world. Through the EdmontoR.Airport, Alberta's place on these great asrpiths of the world a assured. Already an American Air Line has permission to operate a passenger freight service from New York to tia Edmonton. The Trans-Canada and die Canadian Pacific Air Lines- operate regular schedules out of Edmonton. The Airport is also used by die Royal Canadian Air Force, the Associated Airways, the R.C.M.R., the Imperial Oil and Eldorado Mines A rough estimate shows that approximately 100 aircraft per day now, either land or take off, from this site of Canada's largest Airport PROPHECY COMING TRUE Indeed, the 16-year-old prophecy of the late Wiley Post n true. As he stepped from the "Winnie Mae" ei Edmonton cnlnatmem- orable day in 1930, he said, "This airport is destined io play a promin- ent part in the consfuction cf an aerial bridge to Asia." AJberians raay well be proud of the outstanding advancement in that has taken place in this great province, and the part we an destined to pfay in future aviation history. CAPT. J. HARPER PROWSE ever CFAC CALGARY jCFRN p.m. and Edmonton p.nt. A PUBLIC SERVICE FEATURE PRESENTED BY THE MAKERS OF .NFWSPAPF.R -IWSPAPKR! ;