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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, APRIL 16, 1946 HERALD SPORTS PAGE NINE MEMORIAL CUP HOCKEY SERIES TIED AT ONE GAME EACH In This By HARRY PAINTING (Sports Editor) HARRY MAUjORY. Calgary fjystfcall who caaa- ages Calgary HecUunos, ladies champions oi taat city, spent ttse week-eaci in ske city looking over Henderson Stadium. He was favorably impressed aitii the new fuld and declared it to be tiie lines! be has jet seen. Harv expects to bring his team down'for exhibition games curing the summer. Calgary is bavins plenty of filliiculues securing play- jng fields, he reported, and as Set the ladies league has no come. While nine teams cave signified their intention of playing in. tae Calgary ladies' loop, at least four have stated that if a decent pars is not available, tfcen they would kirep out. Fastball is boommg in Sloose Jaw, no less tfaau it is in Leth- bridge. M'his vear, the Jdfoose Jaw Fastball Association is not oolv operating men's and ladies' senior leagues, it organize junior boys' and girls' loops, catering particularly to players 16 to 18. Coaches will be avail- able and the younger players will be liven a- chance to de- St. Michael's Win Room and Over Monarchs, 5-3 Game On Wednetday Jim one of the famed 'Prince Albert Mmtos 01 35 years ago, died Saturday at_his home at Prince Albert in his 55Ui year. Jim rtras one of six imports from. Kempt- Out., who joined the Frmce team m 1911. In 1913. Min- made their big bid for the Allan "Cup, and lost out by the odd goal ;in a- total-goal series to Melville -ifillionaires, who subsequently won famed trophy. This Comer has received a cou- -ple of entry forms for the Canadian boxing championships TFhich. wfll be held May 6-7-8 at but as we are a trifle ihopv.-om. we thick well pass them ydong to the younger lacs. If you're interested in securing forms, they're available at the sports office. The man who organized Canada's iirst Olympic team, James Mer- iick. is dead in Toronto at the age pf "4. He organized Canada's 1908 "team, and was a member of the Canadian, Olympic committee for 30 years. "While on the subject of fastball. It Hugh; not be amiss to remind, players who expect to perform in the Lethbndge Fastball Associa- tion's leagues r.'nis summer at Hen- derson, Stadium, that their iiela in putting the park into shape is greatly needed. So far, 10 or 12 faithful volun- teers have been out Sana-days and Sundays, putting in their two-bits worth and getting little but ach- ing backs and sore muscles out of it. We might add thai ihe work required as the park is guaranteed to put any fastball player into con- dition for the season. It's jreat reducer. By ALLAN KICKLESON (Canadian Press Staff Writer) TORONTO, April test in the east outplayed the best in the west at its own the Memorial Cup series In the Canadian junior bockey championship stands tied at game each. It was St. Michael's College Toronto which benefltted thrcmth disaster and came back from an opeufcaff game defeat last Saturday, to smash through to a. 5-3 victory orer Winnipeg Monarchs before liZGS fass at Maple Gardens last night. Third game of the series will be played Wednesday. Back from Saturday's 3-2 defeat when the Saints Just couldn't match the blinding speed and fierce back- checking of the bigger westerners, the collegians last night scored jusi five minutes after the game began and never were headed. Sensational Rally A sensational third-period rally that produced two goals for Mon- archs" and brought them, within one marker of catching St. Michael's ended disastrously when the fight- ing Irish machine broke away for a clinching tally with just 59 seconds Moaarchs were far from down- hearted, swore they would catch the easterners and take the series although conceding ic might go the limit. And Coach Walter Monson former amateur ice star, was just about the brightest of the bunch. "That's the best thing that could have he said, while plavers in various stages of imdress passed him to and from the show- ers. "Now thev know how they're got to play to win. That's probablv the best hockey St. Mike's ever played and there's a good chance they won't do it again." Scrappv Tod Sloan and 16-year- old Ileming Mackell led the Irish and between them combined for the last-minute tally tnat scuttled Mon- arch's belated drive-. Sloan, booked for Toronto's pro- fessional Maale Leafs, also scored another goal and made an assist while Mackell earned three scoring points on a goal and two assists. Forwards Johnny Blsrte and Bob- by Paul opened the scoring, each with goal in the first period. Monarchs sliced the leaf} to 3-1 Harry Taylor took i pass froia George Robertson with less than two minutes of the opening period remaining. Another Checked to a standstill. Monarchs couldn't put the pack past Pat Boehraer again until the last period was half over. Then Eddie Mar- chant, replacing Gordon Scots oa ihe lineup, made the score 4-2 oa pass from Robertson. Nearly sev- en minutes later, Robertson flipped the puck into the Toronto cage and it looked as If the western Canada titliscs had a great chance to catch the defending Memorial Cup cham- pions. Then, the ganging attack back- fired, Mackell broke away and the fans started for home. Although the game was bruising, with the Toronto team especially tryin? to bodycheck Monarchs and cue down their speed, only two minor oeaalties were to each both were in the first period. Lineups of Teams Monarchs Gibson; May. Hock- ey: Albriaht, Beatty Buchanan. Subs: McRae, Tindall. Taylor, Rob- ertson. Marchant. Fasnoway, Chitty (sub St. Powers, McLean: Sandford, Paul. MacKell. Subs: Kelly, Blute, McKay. Sloan, Costello, Harrison, Decourcy (sub Referees Stan Pratt, Ottawa, Harold Guerard. Port Arthur. Summary of Game First period 1, St. Michael's, Blute (Kelly. McKay) 2. St. Michael's, Paul (MacKell, Sand- ford) 3. Monarchs. Taylor (Robertson) Fashoway. Second period 4. St. Michael's. MacKell (Sloan. Harrison) 5. St. Michael's, Sloan (Costello) Third Monarchs. Rob- ertson. 7, Monarchs. Robert- son (Taylor, McRae) 8. St Michael's Sloan (MacKell) TUL SCXMSD PAPER. SMS-TEE. Si SCttS. ASODe OR. HOSTEL, 15 EVEN A j, 'CASE FOR. A ----VERILY, SUPPOSE, H5. PLANSTO TERAVNATS HtSVSSTT HAS BEEN BWCKAH-E, T O4AWCSSS OFF THE HIKT TOURNEY GOOD FRIDAY Baseball Leagues To Start Today Lethbridge Club wSl spor.-j sor an IS-Iiole medal for men over Henderson lake coarse on Good Friday. Apsil 19. officials aanousceci today. This competition wUi ce run on, the si vie o: hidden partners. The! two aggregate Eei .scores be declared winners. EKries will be accepted between 9 and 10.33 ca the dar of A; 2 PJEL, a nine-hole ITTO conspetitiori wjU be played. Pi ce paired "oy the ladles men's captauis All zieaibers are! :o co-operate. Many War Vets In Action TELEVISED WRESTLING NEW YORK. Apr3 The umpire's imperi-hable brar. "play 'Kill echo lyaia across eight bl? leaxne ball parks today, and several hun- dred sun-taoaed. tightlT-weuad athletes will besln the that promises to write new pase to them pJay tie Piulises at the Polo Grounds. 5CH3 acd Victoria Dominoes Clash With Saskatoon Toilers This Evening VOLUNTEERS NEEDED, HENDERSON STADIUM will see champion Joe EiUr Conn battle St oui ?he champ-onshjp 19 from "ringside seats" in movie theatres simultaneously with Yankee Stadium spectators, ir prq- for "or a 112-79 games on Rapid progress is beinff in the development of Hender- son Stadium as a fastball park. The new ontfield fence been completed, and "final tonenes will be git-en the infield shortly. Grandstand and fences are now beinsr painted, and volun- teers from among members of the Lethbridse Fastball Asso- ciation are digging two new dugouts. The dugouts will be concrete. Most of the TOlonteer labor so far has been done by mem- bers of the exeentive. aided by a few other volunteers. A large portion of the work, has been completed, and on the Good Friday bolidar, much more m expected to be completed. Howerer, the present bnneh of faithful Tolnnteen cannot be expected to do all the work themselves, so a call is bets? Made to fastball players to get ant there and get behind the association in putting the field In shape. Their help is sorely needed at the present time, and a food- turnout next Friday, Satnrdar and Sunday win do much to complete the renova- tion of the park. BAALIM TROPHY CHANGES HANDS NOTES ON RAYMOND, VICTORIA PLAYOFFS RAYMOND (HNS) In sum- ming uu the play-off games be- tween. Victoria Dominoes and Ray- mond Union, Jacks, the average fan could say that Dominoeos are a very colorful and outstanding squad of ball handlers. The display of floor work In Sat- High River Dog Wins At Calgary Judged the "best dog of the Banc- tion dog shovr in Calgary recently, Lancaster Kowanda of Carlaier, a black American cocser paoDt: own- ed by S. R. Henderson "of" High River, wen the tot) soot among 75 competitors- The'shc-s- tvas spon- sored by the Alberta Kennel Club, and toot place on Calgary Motor Products and Harry Forrester's used car lots. Judging of the exhibits urday it's game was spectacular not only for the visitors but also on the part of the Jacks, and al- though Victoria won the game, Ray- mond beat them, in both, of the last two quarters. The score shows Mickleson and Turner with points equal to the star men of the coast team, and yet every man helped to their utmost in assisting to get such, scores as these. The town council of Raymond en- tertained both teams at a banquet in. the Sugar Bowl on Saturday. Service club presidents and press men were also guests. AH joined in singing "O Captain "Chuck." Chapman introduced each Of his team and explained their activities during past few years, Most of them had been in the ser- vices; being their first year re-united in basketDall. "Chuck" being the oldest member of the team, was asked why he was still playing regular senior ball, and ae explained, that he was "playing for an influence with younger boys." Activity of this kind is a good pastime for young fel- lows and with his experience in this game may help the young men who will be playing senior ball in the future. At this line statement; the crowd cheered and aoplauded vigor- atu- getting eleven points for his team and Turner eight. Had their luck been of this calibre during the first half, the game could very easily nave been, taken, by the Jacks. Many shots rolled down into the hoop and out without falling through to score. _ _ _ __ __._ Friday night's game was very simi- was done by Botbj Thompson, Jack i lar. Jacks lost the game in the Brooks. Bill Fbrrsst, George Clime, j second period as shown by quar- Lsonard Cooper and Harry Ssu-' ter scsres. ders. Raymond Victoria Amonj, the exhibits was B. P. 12 14 Thompson's new seeing-eye dog, 20 Reserve best in the show 3 5 went to Enterorise Duchess Vivian 13 14 Zuba, an English bulldog Ditch Saturday's game by cmarters show a better game throughout: Raymond Victoria 13 24 5 13 13 8 16 14 During the first half of the game, "Hank" Rowe made most outstand- ing plays and scored 12 points. He miss." scored seven and Jackson was i able to net six points in each. half, j afternoon was snent iT, v i Itoadwavs out of town shooting go- After the change of baskets -phers. which the visiting boys en- Mickteson showed flying colors in 1 tn to their utmost. Assistant Manager Joe Brvant expressed, on behalf of the boys, that they felt indebted to Raymond for the fine hospitality shown them while here. puppy owned by Mr. and Mrs. A. Hoving of Calgary. Norwegian whaling companies have reported the sale of tons of whale oil to Canada. Remember (By The Canadian Press.) Twenty-six years ago to- night when a wrestling matdti was a whole night's work. Champion Joe Stecher and Strangler Lewis, writhed for more than three hours before a New York crowd. Stecher on that occasion retained the title of world champion but in 1928 Lewis took it from lum. Now- adavs the books don't list pro- fessional world's championship wrestlsrs. "VANCOUVER. Apnl ver Canucks, beaten' 9-6 in the first April 16 i? out diSca-ry. -ariast Fresh victory Raymond j tr.arzin :a the two Union Jacks. Alberta Raymond 2ocr. champions. Victoria Dominoes -snlii chief he 1 tate en Saskatoon Tollers, Saskas- j Jchncy CZark who has assa moter Jacobs carries" out" his chewan tlrleholders, sri a ;Otas 347 auras the- newest idea. total-poms series opesics here as- j ;easne season. 49 of them, in. one Jacobs a teJevssed sight. j game. Toe Sassaioon teaa is weU restUrn mstch here yes-'erday The winner will advance to the j fortiSed with, playera said it "wouldn't surprtse" if j Canada, senior Snals i as well and their supporters briievw plans to cast the Yankee Stacaurri i agajns; -Winnipeg Ss. Andrews. j the Bnash Columbia ;eaai bout onto screens in theatres were j Dominoes, usuallv a threat for I of trouole oa us carried out. the ntle, .sho-ared class in gi'm'nnvr'E the Jacks Sunday saw tiie opening of com petition" for the Baalim "A" golf j game _ xophy uith the challengers George they defeated Boston Olympics 7f Wylie" and Gordon Rutton coining I the Eastern U.S- league 9-1. out on the winners' end of a closely j Vancouver, nionng ahead 3-1 in fought match isT.ih tne champions I ti.e period, maide it 5-1 in. the Bob Dunlop and 5Yed Knight. j second as Andy Clovechus set a In a game at the Leth- j sensational pace by figuring in all bridge Country club. Dunlop and; five Vancouver goals. He got two Kiugat, TOO held the cup virtually all of the 1345 season, -Rent down to defeat on the isti hole. After leading their opponents most of the route the holders were two up going into the I6th. Knight's drive oa tha 15th. -nrent scant inches over the' out-of-bounds stake, and Wylie and Rutton taking advantage of the break scored two points to square the match. The 17th was halved and the ISth. takea :for one point bv the challengers wh-n Dun- lop's bid for a birdie three rimmed the cup and hung on the lip refus- ing to drop. CHALLENGES INVITED The BaaUm "A" trophy is em- blematic of the fourball champion- ship of Southern Alber'i and mz.y be challenged for by any two play- ers of the same club whose indivld- dual handicaps do noo exceed 16 and whose total handicaps do not exceed 24. With many of Southern Alberta's leading golfers now returned from the armed services it is expected that competition for the trophy will be keen this season. Only one chal- lenge is in at the present tune how- ever, N. Fooks and T. Ponech of the Lethbridge Country club, the game to be played next weekend on the home course of the present holders. It is expected that Kulon Bing- ham and Jake Kewbour will chal- lenge from Cardston in the hope of taking the championship to the Temple City. Harvev Bel! may team with Bob Dunlop at Pincher Creek, to where the latter moved on Mon- day. All challenges should be directed to the governor of these competi- tions. Harry Gait Baalim Baalim Wholesale Ltd, Lethbndge, phone 4353. more in the third as Canucks scored our times. Guitarist Tony Romano screen actress Barbara Kaxden nave been married in Hollywood. U NAVAl CUSTOMS AND TRADITIONS NO. 3 HANDS TO PAYMENT: Ratings, nnlike Chief and Petty Officers, do not salute the Paymaster when being paid. They place their caps crown upwards on the Paymaster's table and he places their pay oa the cap. A witnessing officer is present to see that ratings properly paid, and to straighten out immediately any possible pay disputes. The cnvtom dates back to the days when Paymasters were referred to as PIAYEITS MILD rlom htfV4 pcper doit net sSck Tips. pjn. Catelll's vs. Wings 2-3. QainK vs. Radars 4-5. Robots VS. SUCaSSS 7-S. Shamrocks vs. Cardinals 9-10. is. Comets 1-5- pjn. Superiors TE. Grenadiers 2-3. SpitSres vs. Dodgers 4-5. Greyhounds vs. Bombers 7-8. Commandos vs. Diamond S. 9--Q. Hies Hisses vs. Canadians 1-6. p.m. Pins Ups vs. Kitson Kids I-S. Safeways vs 3az5es 2-3. Telephone Girls vs. Jokers 4-5. Acemeo vs. Whosia 7-8. Zeros vs. V.'oolworths 9-10. Wednesday's Games Bank of Conferee vs. Pegs 2-3. Grads vs. Gazelles -t-5. T.B.IX vs. Mapie Leafs 7-8. Pattisxmos vs. Rocicets 9-10. Bank ol Montreal vs. Gang Bust- ers 1-6. therrj The second ?aine nil! be played here Wednesday night. LOOK ff use Gillette BLUE BLADES ever honed! BLONDIE NO COMMUNITY SPIRIT! Registered TJ.5. Patent By Chic Young r WrJO OCX.-_D T-AT BE OJR MCUS H. DONALD DUCK THE EARLY Registered ET-S. Patent OSics By Walt Disney AM AUTOMATIC FISHING VVCX5M COLLECTOR: KJO DiGGIN') FCC WORMS FORME! 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