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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, APFJL In This Corner... By HARRY PAINTING j (Sports Editor) Jefferson Leads Senior "B" Final Edmonton 24-22 liveirare town for sports whether in winter or summer, is wasting no time In getting down to business on an artificial ice arena. Word from the Pass town is that the campaign for the arti- ficial ice plant in Bellevue arena will start a Xay 24 cele- arition a ataypuw dance in which 75 talented Bel- le-rue girls will take part. The Bellevue Lions club and prom- inent Bellevue eitiiens are sponsoring the drive. Already, confident in their abil- itv to raise the money to put in an artificial ice plant, the committee In charge has started it'MiMing the arena building and have already secured lumber and materials lor the job. Bellevue produced the southern Alberta midget; champions in 1945 as well as the southern Alberta juvenile champions this past win- ter. Beleviie lost out to Calgary in the provincial final. Tee town last year sent out ihe Hellenic ettes, a girls' fastball cluu, wiucn caouired the southern Alberta title. Incidentally, the Societies have re- organized for 1946 and plan to make a real stab at the Alberta champion- ship. Nice joins, Bellevue. Among the retirements announc- ed this year by N.HJX players is one that causes considerable sur- prise. It is that of Bobby Bauer of the famous Boston Bruins' Kitch- ener line. Booby is only 29 but he's leaving the NJHi. to go into busi- ness in Kitchener. Possibly the fact that Kitchener will make a stab -for a championship junior hockey team next winter had scrafithmg to do with the decision, for Bauer is slated to coach the squad and probably will be very well repaid lor his efforts. Other retirements are these of Sweeney Scanner, L-orne Carr and Bob Davidson of Toronto. BUI Cow- ley and Die Clapper of Boston, Syd Howe. Earl Seibert and Mud Bruae- teau of Detroit- All are getting along In years. Herbie Cain of Bruins is also reported near retirement. On the trading block are such players as Babe Pratt, Eiwin Morris and Wall? Stanowski of Toronto, Hash Eollett, Joe Carvetb. and Carl Lis- combe of Detroit. Victoria Dominoes wiQ- taie to Raymond tonight a long heritage of basketball experience. Fsmed as one of the best sauads ever de- veloped on the coast, the Dominoes present a star-studded aggregation, with such men as Hank Eowe, one (Special) Plarinc a tight, hard game, Jef- ferson high school, champions of Southern Alberta, edged put Edmonton West Glen high school, northern titlists, 21-22 here last night in the first game the Alberta senior interschol- astic "B" basketball finals. game will be played to- night at Cardstoa and third game, j if necessary. Saturday night. j Two erenly matched quintets de-! lighted a capacity crowd wiih a Sse basketball display. They fought neck and aeck throughout the gaoae. the- half time score being 8-alL Sharpshootin? of Kirkham JeSersoa a slight edge in the dying moments of the game, wiih Ed-; monton's final basket pulling the" score up to 24-22. JeSersou ss a village about 50 miles of and 11 miles north of the insematzona! boundary- Jlas a Jarge high school attended by students from all over the border country and its basketball teams have made great records against larger centres in Southern Alberta. LINECPS OF TEAMS 3, Jleaiing 6. Greenwood 4. Bodnar 3, Savage 4, Stoekwel! 2, Johnston, Saunders. Total 22. 11, Beitz. Sheen 4, Pierson 5, Keinholiz 2. Henrie 2. Lowry. Kay, Lee, D. Total 24. Wood and Dave Irishman, both of Hilispring. Discuss Dominion Ladies Curling Series TSISNTPEG. April idea of Dominion curllag finals lor the ladies came up at a meeting of the Manitoba Ladles' Association, and met with general aprovaL- Although still cnly in the talking stage, clubs at Fort Wiiliam and I Brandon are in accord with sugges- tions for an annual Canadian championship amor-s teams rep- resenting all the provinces. The suggestion came up in letters from the Fort William and Bran- don organizations and it is intend- ed to discuss it farther with the Manitoba Curling Association. of Canada's heroes of he won the Military Medal on the blood-reddened beach in that mem- orable August day, 1942 and the Chapman boys. Art and Chuck, who have been senior stars for lo, these 18 years. Eighteen years is a long- time to be kicking around in the top bracket of basketball, but these cagy veterans are reported to be hitting the high spots as of yore. Dominoes will nlay Raymond Union Jacks in the Opera House at Ravmond and a full house is as- sured. Raymond will put a mixture of, youth and experience on the floor and a- great battle should re- sult. Babe Harris, local sports com- mentator. will broadcast the game from the basketbaU floor. Rennie Mitchell, the speedball fastball fewirler, is playing for Raymond. torget tunignrs baU meeting at the Stamps, Smokies Battle Tonight CALGARY. April Smoke Eaters and Calgary Stam- peders meet here tonight La the fifth game of their best-of-seven battle for the Western Canada senior hockey title with a majority of fans convinced it will end the series. Trail has vet to post its first vic- tory although the Smokies held the speedv Calgarv outfit to 1-1 and 4-4 tfes in the opening games. But the Stamps, pointing for the Allan cup finals, took the third 7-3 and the fourth 5-4. Both teams will be short a de- fenceman. Pete Slobodian of Cal- garv is still nursing a cut ankle and" playing Coach Jimmy Morris of the British Columbia champions been out of action with a leg injurv since he absorbed a terrific check from Art Michaluk of Cal- garv in the second game. The Smokies won't be without vocal suDoort. A party of 150 Trail fans is motoring across the Rockies for the game. HERALD SPORTS PAGE ELEVEN Room and BoardbyGtneAlma w AH Ort_ TISI AN ACTOR; Taber Fastball Meeting Held TA3SE. First meet- ing of the Taber Fastball Associa- tion, since th-e acrraal meeting March 17 ras held recently :n ifce io and Rai- The rangy, rubber armed right Spee hander developed a seasa- 'saondi; Stale? and Marcucd. servancn. An attending p said he has been is exhausted and has a little rae in blood pressure. The Mexican league riourxeti the signing oJ _ who" clayed 03 the team lastr year j former' New York G decided to quit and other material outfielder. will have to be four.d to fill their places. There are several prospects already in sight. The finances of the team are in good shape. There is a sice bank balance to start the j season off. The same officers with, the exception of Mrs. Pugnuto were elected. The president is Miss Lydia Gratcmacia. The secretary-treasurer 3 is Miss Arminla Petrenie. Joe Kub-! ssek is coach for this year. There] is to be a big dance by the Softball j girls on May 10 m the tO.O.F. halL i has an- Chat ley Los Angeles ..080 010 San Dtego HausmacE. Dcbemis Durabler Chappie 1166 Kirk's Tire Shop 927 860 1C60 Thompson 218, 212, Powell 334. Gcdsalvs 261. N. Kirk 228, B. Kirk 220, Clunie 213, Wylie '63. Pyramid Motors.. 1088 1031 3S4 Bowiadroine 1128 1004 9-r? R-its 250 Arnold 207. Domidscn 240 Odoie 238. D. Alien 295, Wnght 241, Hideout 233, H. WUliams 226, Davis 224. Jeeps............ 76S 1085 1003 Fruett Studios.....1013 1022 Court 211, Sal; 2C6, Jones 253, Schwalder 209. Kropf 203, Blacker 224. Fruett 247. Beny Chevrolet.. 1063 1011 960 Arcade..........1000 1125 11CO Reilly 285, Dean 254. Boothrnan 252, Chapman 215, Free! 2S9. Bob William 240. T.C.A........... 9401001 885 Hoofc Signs ......1058 771 S77 Redford 250, Johnson 219. Mitchell 286. Lewis 250. Karvie 233, McDougal 255. Gurr 214. i Lethbridge Hotel 1227 1086 1163 I Bankers........124712361171 Allen 247, 277. McCrae 1 244, Barton 249. Ku'.pss 360. Hzrt- 1 -and 288. BaUiord 232. D. Gordon 2S5, Kelly 243, Verlcerfc 2S3 E2325 1053 1046 1215 1002 Hunt 250, 334. Stewart 334. 1 Pitt 370, Maryancii 22S, Pederson THREE DOULARS; THAT'S SOSSEKV'.' I WONT) -S LPL ABNER HE HAS BUT ONE LIFE T0 GIVE FOR "FEARLESS By Al Capp City League Team i Arcade Mihalifc s Grocery... Bowladrome........ EISs........... SicJc's Brewery....... Fruett's Studio....... Pyramid Motors...... Kirk's Tire Bankers.......... 1 Beny Chevrolet...... Hoofc Signs......... 77 Service Station.. Lethbndge Hoiel Jeeps............ I Catelli Food Products T.C.A...........- V.'on Lost 22 14 14 15 IS 16 17 37 18 22 21 20 20 19 19 '.8 17 17 17 17 16 14 H 19 19 19 20 21 22 22 Team three Gro- cery, 3768. Team single high, Lethbrioge Hotel. 1352. Individual three Kulpas, Lethbridge 983. Individual single Ter- lesJo, Mihaliks, 383. rrs ALL HAH FAULT THETT I TSTELFt GOOCH NEVAH BE ABLE TDRAW'R 'FEARLESS FOSDICK AG1NJ.' THS.M -W-VKSMT LET" HIM OUTA HE MARRSES UP W1F LENA HYENA HAIVJT A CM E WHO VO WE.- ME. ERM HArt V Ari DO FO" S BRICK BRADFORD-And the Queen of Night MEANWHILE, OF THE LOWER LEVEL, SEEM 1NGIY ENDLESS Or FANTASTIC MACHINES STAHD 'WAITING By RITT and GRAt All MEN TO THE Mfc YET NOW-' WE SPOUU) ATTACK S6SAI ANY MOMENT- ED ON FORA BROADCAST. JEWS PA PER I IFWSPA.PFJ ;