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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, APRIL 11. 1946 In This Corner... i j By HARRY PAINTING (Sports Editor) j; The '-Rasgedj of hoekej, Haculton Tigers., in til a S530 grant toward their eipensfe. if a proposal by Coun- cillor Controller Donald Clarke, of Hamilton goes through. He Mill put up the proposal at the next Board of Control meeting- Calgary Edges Trail By 5 to 4 Hunter Leads Stampeders HERALD SPORTS PAGE THIRTEEN Room and Board !the count foxir minutes later and BucSrta's second goal sent the Smokies ahead as the pesiod passed 1 the 10-iiunute mark. 1 Bat even Wjlaer off, Stasa- tnanagea to hold o5f the jgoal-hungrj Trail etpsad. anc Kua- EDMONTON, April powerful Stamped- ers had a fine grasp on the western Canada senior hockey title and 3, berth in the Allan Cup finals Hamilton Tigers todar after a fiatsb enabled them to edse out Trail Smoke Eaien. 5-4 here last night. It was the fourth game of a best- than three minutes .rernairLisg .j------.> t series and left the Szanips fearish the Snaokea" last hooe. Meanwhile, the Tigers will be rsro victories and tvo Goalies Russ Dertell of Calzarv heading next iieek fer the Al- s inst a game awav from the anc Duke Scodellaro of Trail were Ian Cao ussis. haie a great, chatupioushjp Rfih game vnil be otttstanduis- i record for a seara aseragesipia-ed jjj Calgarv ana use i oier 30 jeart of age and stance {s-vjv. tl-ere Sauirdav LlXErrS the season u-nh nothing out :f Luiie. which they're s.iH go. and -.-.._.. be sees in tae Cup wichuk. Hunter; Grant. Brownnose.. >r" Slifcs. Cairns Fisher. Dame. Wilder, ihat Toronto may let go. V1 Jockey Johnny lorgden of Taber escaped injury Tuesday when Count Speed, brother of Count Fleet, threw hsm at the starting gate of the first' Kenttickv Derby test at Jamaica I track. New York. Counr Speed was a trifle fretful at the gate and in jDesmarais. Craddeek Jinimy Creighton Bran- Vic Lindcuist. wiiiTtbelpeg wimung jj or 6300 end the first period 1-1. Initial Calgary soa! Ao Cronie's te belL ard emerge nag gave the Smokies tha" tuo agnates First 1, Calgarv. Calms, (Savrchuk) 10 03; 2, Trail. Cronie, (Bucknaj 18-20 Penalrv Second Trail. Buckr.a 106: 4. Calgarv, Grant (Brcwnridge Hunter) 8.07. Penal- MiS TITLE, EASLOr is SiAS AKi TXXT TO AN Third Calgarv. Baire (Camas) "4.2S. 6. Trail, Kvrasnie (Kwong, Gardner) 8-54. 7. Trail. ______. .Menses) 10 37; S Calgary. Hunter (Grant) 11-46; 9 Calgarv, Mt4x i show anv speed and wound UD i S opened, but Dune noes, wo- in. race j d it up berore the per- ,3 SS? olle 'led i Menz.es. WHder. After first aid. Muah walked out J of me cresisng room, still m um- forms on skates, and walked across tne street, to the nearby Western Eospstal for ;uriher rotiie. he met a much -asi- tated laoy fan who, thinking he'd taken a crack on the head or had a meats! lapse, grabbed ha area, turned him arouno. and said- "The gams is in there, Mr. Chamber- lain." Quoth Murohy: "So I heard. VICTORIA DOMINOES TO PLAY RAYMOND laay. but it's hoc in there and I'm j going for a stroll to get some air." i A Trord about fastball: COihers] JMagazme recently earned the fol- j lo'King item aoou; lastball: Since I. A husky, experienced team oi round bail Victoria embarked on journei -nbich tliey hope -Bill carry "them across Canada to another Dominion basketball snoes. tras unable to accompany the scuad because of pressrce oi business. HAT BOWLERS TAKE LOCAL PIN-BENDERS FOR RIDE Thev uent for the nde! That jsi about all there is to say for last last Saturday's return bowling match as the locals met Medicine Hal on their own alleys. were beaien in the men's team play the ladies' team play and the mixed team play The only consolation de- rived was In the mixed doubles when Kav and Jimmy Free! teamed and out-bo-aled 11 sets to head tne list with a 3-game total of 1354. Mrs Wilson put together games of 221. 221 ard 212 for a total of 654. Jimmy addea to them 224. 237 and 239 for an eien 700. nlace in chis even" went Second to Bob HOB ever, he placed confidence j Fooks ana "Jackie" Troman total- in. the abihtv oi George (.Porky) Andrews, heftj sis-foos guarc. as nlaving-coach to co tne master -minding Doug Peaen, noted six- ;ht of them, veterans j oav bike racer, was the only inem- Second Greai I bef unso'e to make the mp, but he The hng 1311. In order their games were 200, 259 and 239 for 698, and 239. 221 221 224 237 203 aro. 171 for 613 Wilson Free! tne rules for sofibai! were sian- !bv. Teteran manager Dave Xlcd asijnav in 1933, interest in the j jjgst ciuo the Dominoes have read members will nlay on oiajnonds before spectaMrs A Tatfcg car rebuols from scrats row mgat against Union Jacks, the Albena champions. If victorious the for _ us fifth Canadian con- tinue to travel eastward to meet team if the cluo_____.. reaches tne Dominion finals. Doug j Troman Canadian army. toe team Victoria, said that -pnth every player m condition and Dlenty oi narmony figure tne 200 259 239 203 among tne nlaveis. I Dominoes will return with tne Men's Teams Playing two teams each of 33. rejoined Domtaoes this season a. Gsrmazi uumu T_ v- i _ __ n will be one o: tae two To _._ _ s again, T.HP" itoua lor the Wesi against Winnipeg rews. Ii still in The wm breezed tnrough Tancouver-2unes to wm the Bnt- are :t and, if sue- ish Colombia title witn ease, another veteran ou_ears m the air force, aier- a game this season force veterans and St. d-d not compete in league Q[ r-_- rews. ii sLiu iii column, i peacon this season, mey raci.-a squads Ian jrcHeachie ana I Dominoes then journey to the home j no many victories over leaning ,bs fTnor of tee chamoiocs. teams from the states Lagonoa engine jton and {games. Arbnthnot has also entered the second British car. a special- ly-built eight cylinder Aira- Romeo with a" reported wp speed of 160 miles per hour. In Previous Finals Heading along the national cham- j pionship trail is EO new experience for most team memoers. Eight hare j stand seen ecuon m- finaJs. _ j member of Nicol, wno pJoted tne cluo to tpe 1S33 ctanujjon Dominoes who o' WasW Rookie Wnght rw r, ,T, T116 onlv cavv veteran and a new- Oregon in eshiDHicn the George s-tralth comer to tne squaa, OLiaii.ii is nlayirg his first season, in senior two Canadian, championships under ___ {tne name of the Viciona Slue Rio- viorge Pascuel presideas- of the am repeatea wita ice Dom- Mexican Baseoah league, nas j nounced he will sue Mickev Owens--------------------------------------------- of Dem Bums and Vemon Stepnens of Dem Browns for jamomg the-T i day, bagging two singles, stealing contracts. Fasauel says ne wffl SJe a base and taking two suits of S100 000 each against mtnout an error. tne ban players, ana the suits wiH ive cnances Porkv Andrews, incidentally, ana Beiore enlisting ne starred Jackson, are the smallest i m jatermeciate "A" basketball in Fine Lineup (HNS) men. Medicine Ha; won four games out of six and total pins by a mar- gin of 253 High man for the victors was H. Hotel who rolled 6S4 for three. He also proved winner of the high single, rolling 337 in his 3rs: game. For Lethbndge top man was ye olde grand man. Harrv Williams himself, rolling 732 to prove top oowler in the inter-citv play. Mr Williams also popped in the best single game for Lethbnage as he Qnisned the team play with a strong 292. Medicine Hat 915 763 Leihbridge 766 882 Medicine Hat 908 S44 Letnbndge 660 883 Event In the 'acies' team plsy It. was Medicine Hat all the way For the the three games the locals were out- classed for a total of J7l pcis The Hat ladies racked up eaaies of 979. 1069 and 1122 for 3170 against Leth- bncge's 893. 88: 925 for 2593 Histh lad> boiler for the "Eat was B. Rockert who comoiled 73J for three games, and also captured hich single honors for the team with 2S1 For Lethondge Janet Larson rolled the three-game high of 678 arcs also LetUbridge Golf Club Prepares Officials of the- Letfabndge Golf club at Hendersoc Lake have been busy makm? prepar- ations for the season's play. Groundsmen hare been on the job Mflce the first of the month and the greens and faJrvajs ar- rapjdlv being put m first class condition. j clubhouse a now opeo. 'or; the of ewnbers a, steward is in A con-' sideraKe nuruJxr of new placers ana former members haie express- s ed thej- mtesticii to plaj golf this f year ard wno haie had lockers aa the pas' are acvised to make to !f intend theas aeaiu this season The popular Lake course has been duns? si" past wasoas. and this vork is beins carried on this jcar Soa-e isrorz is being done scviard gelling ihe new for as soon t as are fadorable. Fastball Meeting Called For Friday Organization Of Associa- tion will hoU a, general meet- inc Friday at 8 in the 1.M.CA. lor the pur- pose ef Orffannzins mud accepting entries for the fastball season. ttork on Hcnderwm Fark fo atSrancjng at a fast clip and It is expected painters irtll be at work on the grandstand and next enUre new outfield fence should be completed br dstcrdar. The ISeld has fffied Is. be ccaspletelT and tally plavers and officials be >bw to reach, ths actuai plajteg ares. Friday zughVs raeeuru? 3s let purpose G? coco's senior and IUBIOT and IxdUes? leagues. A date be set lor ea'nes and decMoia to scase ap iria be tie of dsie tor opecicg tse EC-ar park and the datca for opecing the fariotis grad-d and roUed but the afield i zneetisg. sUU retries of ins here and 'o level off spots The -aral! has re- paired and braced isliers siecessary. t Five vis of save purchased arid -anii rorth of present alocg the third base The fiald A3 Interested Jn fastball in Letabridge are asied to seed representatives v> LOOK Cardston Cowboy All-Around Champ Carl Olsen of Cardston has crowned 1945 all-round champion of the Cow- bors' Protective association, as as the bronc rldlns cham- pion, according: to lists of win- ners issued today by the as- sociation. Otsea also finished tnird in the wild horse riding chase. Frank. Voros. formerly of G'arium. sow re- j P. IJadel 206. siding at Hardistv. was first in toe j T.3.D..... steer ndinst and second to Oisen m! The Pegs the bronc ndins Jini of M- Clly 252. Pmcher Creek and Ixni Palmer of Vulcan finished fourtn and fifth in I Gac? Busters 855 75 the steer riding championship. Floyd Peters of Browning. won the roping as as the steer decorating crown. Charles Ivins of Cardsion antshed third in the wild cow milking title chase. Gordon Hall of lauxhall was run- ner-up in the wild horse racist: title Runrers-up :o Olsen in the all- around championship were Wallv Lindstroni of Atrdne. Frtak Duce Tirs Snop 4-5. of Cards-on. and Jini of Pincher Creek. 979 10S9 803 881 the squad this season alter four vears m the B.C-AJ1.. a.t I6o pounds, is the hghtest player- Won SOL at Dieppe Andrews was a member of the 1935 cnampion Blue Riobons. He attended the University of Oregon from 1937-42 ana while there won z place on the all-coast team as i ;tj uaa uiavcii, iiuti ijcje siiiis wlil i t be heard in'the United States. His j Bntams first post-war mtensa- j guard. He was dischargea recently staxment prompred. Eapsv Chand- Honal bosmg toumaaient will be from the an- force alter two years ler. baseball's commissioner, to an- I held in late May early _June, j service. _ ap.ocs. Gil Torres, veteran Cuban in- Senators, aas nounce tnat orgaalzea baseball would flgh; the smts on benalf of tae two players. Mickey Wa.li.er. formsr midcie- weight ana welterweight of 35 rearing from the ta- He sold his bar azui now time to pamnag and exhibiting-__, canvasses ne is amuig fered a; 2, career in radio or the movies i Torres follow Jackie Bobjjson, first negro plav- i Senators, as Gil fol- er ever to crasn the of tfe lowed his cao. The dder Torres major leagues tae propertv j played Witn Washington 25 years and a picked team from the Tinned I Tallest; man and a deaoly snot States will be guests of Paul (Hank) Bowe, wno playea amateiir champ.ocs. his first senior ball witn the 1936 Dominoes. He joined the army 1940 ana won the ilihtary Medal for his part m. the Dieppe raid. Two real veterans are Chuck and Chacman, who plaved their ernor ball in 1928. They were the Victoria. Dominoes meet -Baymond Union Jacks on Friday and Satur- day nights, tney will play against one of the finest lineups that mond has ever proauced. While tne Dominoes nave several outstanding players on their team, such as Korm Baker, wno holes the reccro. mcu- viaual score m tne Dominoes oSs against US. Windsor Fords also 'Porky" Andrews. "Busber" Jackson. Doug Peden and Mcilitchy, most of whom have played in Ray- mond before, Raymond's lineup wul sEbw some ace men. as the indi- vidual description of each player nows. Ered Turner, guard, age 32, height copped the higr> single game as she nesday Dr. rollea 250 in her third game ileoicine Ka; Lethbriage Mixed Teams In the mixed team eient with a total of 3013 a Medicine Eat team composed of J Troman. F Aman H Hotel C Moenca and M. 35.tch- ell were too strorg thej dropped in co'tsecuti've games of 931, 1031 and 1051 to take the honors. Medicine Kat 931 1031 Lethoridge S45 921 FORMEK PRESIDENT DIES VANCOUVER. Ap-i! 11 j James A. Gillesp'e. 75. senior mem- i her of the Canadian Medical asso- eiation. died in hocaita! here Wea- Ladies "B" Bank of Montr-si...... 732 737 Rockets 753 834 G Wi-hage 2O9, p. 221 R. Martin 233. Gazelles...... Bank of Commerce L_ McLennan 183. Tonight's Games 7-00 p-m. 77 Service Seat-on vs. Grocerv 2-3. Food Products vs. Kirk's Motor Sales TS Bowla- drome 7-8 Jeeps vs. Fruett's S-tadlo 9-10. 9 00 p.m. Elks vs Sick's Brewery 2-3. Benv Chevrolet vs. Arcade 4-5 Lethbndge Ho'el vs Bansers 7-3. TC_A- vs Kook Sisns 9-10. i president of tr-e Canadian Amateur 70 Basketball association and governor a. i Remember 6" weight 130 pounds. Has plaved 11 seasons with Jacks Fred tnat' played two seasons with Jacks 1936 Canadian Olympic team of Brooklyn IXsagers but gemng ssd Gil has oeen on the squac seasoning with Montreal Ravels, i ten years Torres told fnencs he looks better eve1-, Plaving sacaenea wnen ne sarv joung- second base, he ied Royals to a sters playing bail and he eouldn i 6-1 nctorv over Brcoslyn'tne otaer concentrate on the game himself. went to Bterhn. Chuck, who weigns L. Rolfson, guard, age 26, height 205 oounds and stands six feet three inches, is the oefensive main- stay of the cluo and a deadly accurate Art. w.-io stands even with his brotrer. out is a year jounger at I 5" v. eight 175 pounds. Has plajed six seasons D Store, forward, age 28, weight 148, height 5' Has seasons with tne Jacks R ?.IitcheH forward pged 28, weight 165. Has played two seasons with Jacks. Hicken. centre and guard, age 25 height 6' weight 190 pounds Has played three seasons with Jacks B Xalder. guard, age 32, height six feet, weight 185 pounds Has placed for 14 seasons L Bourne forward, age 26. height 5' S', weight 160 pounds Has ed Jacks' bail two seasons R West, forward, age 24, heieht 11V. weight 160 pounds Credit- ed with three seasons on Jacks team With the lineup under the di'-ec- tlon of the Raymond Amateur Ath- letic Associatioi is President Goia- en Snow, also manager of the Union Jacks team Velo Heggie is vice- president and Murra> Holt secre- tary Raymond has been the home 01 the Union Jacks basketball team for 25 years and 3iaie won honors as Alberta chamoions 18 seasons and once Dominion champs. This occurred In 1922-23 season No other team on record In Can- aaa nss remained intpct r.as j been a strong contender for Do- minion as long as -he Raynrond Union Jacks In the-r many competitions srd tour? throughout parts of neighbor- ing they creat- ed for themfel'es the'nsm'- of v- in? ss Hr.e sportsmen to p'.a' i in toumamcn's c.rd j throughout the different centres which the-, plajec sportsmanship name is a fine award itself. of the Y.M C.A. was wideiy krown for his youth work and athletic in-1 terests. Mrs K. Uie former Kay s Stammers, nrooaolv be a mem- ber of the "British Wlehtman Cup j teem ana wll receive special coach- i inc before the tennis matches with j feminine stars of me United STates in June fB" The Canadian Press.) Tns Speaker, one of baseball's greatest ou'Oelders whose 20- vear b.s-leaaue batnng average was .344. suffered a fractured and other injuries a fell at nine years ago today Speaker re- coiered after falhng from a1 window of his home and 106 stitches were necessory to close an eye-to-neck wound. Gillette BLUE BLADES WITH THE EDGES EVES BLOND1E WIRED FOR ACTION Hegistered TJ.S Patent OCice By Chic Young DONALD DUCK THE CUSTOMER IS ALWAYS RIGHT Registered US Patent Office By Walt Disney I WAMT T1 DO IS EAT. SEE.1 I WOVJT PAY VT7 LI'L ABNER TRUTH AND CONSEQUENCES By Al Capp SWEET CAPORAL CIGARETTES "The purest form m wfttcfi fobocco eon tmofred FISHING IN B.C. LATEST NEWS ON GOOCH CASE A SXTTEft A F1JRR1M COU-VHW- -cm Goocn American In a-; icu pnson ceil u-til l-e lo merry Le-a H je-e de-nstl r by Gsxxh) II o %oii4 b'ock or ue I nBTw tiat there {he case >ains. Gooch la to tetter it was to 4 KERNTS, BC, 1! Staff Its fisn.rs time jn southeastern Columbia, and some Sae catches of grayling are being reported the fact that River and many of it? tnoutary creeks are s.ill ice-bour.a oicr much ol their la-ge numbers of fishermen are tramping through deep snow to do their casting in cnoice spots and ere returning with full creels WnJle the is Ftill closed on trout, may be caught as tnpy nevfr go oui ol season in this area. BRICK BRADFORO-And rhe Queen of Night E C'.SUTS %VE DEMAND ARE GKE HALF OF All THE NEW MINERALS MIMED U4 TME LOWER LEVELS. T----- 8y WILLIAM RiTT and CLARENCE GRAY" VJOULDMAVE LABCR DiAVES Or PRESTON'S PEOPLE. J WQvfT 5EMD YQUR D1STY MESSAGE-' MISS SAuSB'jSYANb THAT i I BE SHOT IF YOU YOU TURH OK THE JUICE- VlLSENQTIlt ;