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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TWELVE THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 1946 PUPIL GUIDANCE THEME OF TEACHERS' MEET CLASSSEOIM CEKS) The j ers discussing various angles of the i teachers of the Mscleod school di-! question were S. A, Heac. A. J. i vH'0- are; hero on Friday for their I SchnxeidL W. C. Johnston. M. gnrwql convention. The program i MacDonalc, Miss R ancj was uncier the cirecnozz Pitt, local snd of the A.TJA, Jocal. and of By HUGH FCLLSRTOX JR. YORK, April LCI. Panthers To Meet Bears Ori Thursca} night ir. the lyrh- Collegiate auaitortum L.CJC. Panthers will clash with tn-i trie; the' ame was com- SCHOOL ESTIMATES STRUCK, CRANBROOK CHAXBHOOS. 3C. esquir and Crow's Xest tracks {north cf'here. The j the agen: who enquired to haie ha j client make an offer. Brisbane Companj, at wast price the to the museum and hall of championship fame anc Srriie should be the one' slit to put i: over. After a dozen Iri tne first game of the series veaii Tilth the International lea- J the Panthers claimed the iirst vie- tne Louisa" is go- torv by defeating the Bears 36 to ing to CoopersroA-n to look after 20. the second g to add scribes Tinai :he nest tee fir-al school for ear Total estimated are unchanged from las- jears esiimates. Pnccroal item is lescn- es a: 159 with reach- ers- per at _____________ feefere tne city iratall Into with tne Phiia- sewer connections with the block, i delpoia Record :r: 1837 and started j As socn as pipe Is availaole oaseball recorcs some ten water connections wil be years later when ilmess sent to this block. to the :o recuperate. Ir trai men he thought of j adding records ana to the bos scores though, whai ne calls his "racsi rruraculo-js contrioution to tne pas'ime" came some jears later when he goi the' Sport Unfolds In Peacetime Spring PRESnJENT has maintenance, grouncs, ui- i been received here that, one of sarsnce. ressirs ace iransportatisn j Glenwooc's bors. Merlin kjbbert, to the 1BC the total actual eOTS to j i been nreadent of his a eaU to revise a boos; district." He is now stationed, at i 9- baseball history and afer i iHingsto" NY ins :t over cecicea the oily u Creosoting Plant May Be Started __________ i Clapper xnll return to the CHAS3TiOOS, BC __ (HXS) Boston 3nuns nexi winter as coach constructor; of a ere- of the Xanonai Hockey league ciuo. osoting rJlant in this area wss mdl- 1 bu: his playing days are over, he catec. when inquiries were received I said as he returned to Peteroorcugh, the city courcii ES to price of Onr. Clapper runs a sportins goods temtorv of aooas 27 i store in Peterborough in the sum- ssfes near tne junction of the i rner months. Yours with our compliments Esautifu! 10x14 FREE whiis our supoiy lasts FAMOUS "PARIS" DOG PICTURES READY TO FRAME tmng to do was to start again from, the j beginning. Out of thai came his -oaseoal! cjclopecia." one of the' best and scarcest reference books on the game. It also produced a heacache- "I go; everything so mixed up thas I neier could put it together again, eventuallv i tnre-or it all a'sraj ana maae a. tresh start." Ernie sull is working on a complete ana authoritative baseball history ana figures if he coesn's ever nnish it. his International lea- gue successor, Harry Simmons, HARVEY (Canadian Press Staff Writer) As winter's final unfolds in senior and junior hockey championships, ihe overlap- pin? tide of seascns brin-s ijjcrt's 3Ir. Average Van to bat. For the duffers, this fift peace sprins -Ince 1939 is ex- pected to brius a revival of "unorsariized" sport almost a pre-war scale" Their oppor- tunity didn't in the early month's after -J Day be- cause football and hcokey. prin- reserved for experts, monopolized the sportra? scene. Kow. blessed by unusually faior- i able weather in commusitiss. 953 943 1085 S99 1015 907 Pamtinj 223, Arnold 344, Thomp- son Gocsahe 220. Wadcmgtoa 201. Rogers 247, Farreil 23S Marsh 237. Fo-oes Sick's Brewerj 672 649 876 Pos- OS-ce 994 966 SSI B. Moore 271. Charles 213. Clark 292. Petrarua 237, Raoforc 254. 1117 985 1031 Yeacois S49 S60 923 223. Heafora 220 D Mc- 0 Lean 271. G. Pelletser 247, Holmes 2S4. S. Ashniead 210. I Peacock Kitsoa 833 890 855 Gas Co. 953 1012 1021 Art Smith 201. J. Fiiry 216, Pelle- tier 272 Prmgle 223, Dawson Birrell 241. S72 529 77S 77 Oil .......1150 119S 972 Ricalkan 213. Bada 210. Barnes 279, Baceda 279, Persley 250. Green 253. Hams 261. Victoria Crushes Saskatoon 100-45 April too nineii speed and experience for their op- Victoria Dominoes, British Columbia-Alberta, cham- pions, crusned Saskatoon Toil- ers 100-45 here Tuesdav night in the Srst of a two-game, total- point series in the tt estern Caa- ada senior basketball N.H.L. All Star Selections Following is the second of a Ca- nadian Press series of National Hockey League All-Star selections by hockey u-rrcers in N-HJL. cities. A concensus Tinll be prepared later. By Doug Vaughan, Star: First goal: Crawford nght de- fence; Bouchard left defence: M Benaey {Chicago) cen- tre; Mosienko right G. Sses'art left i..e -A__.e. s j_ Stewart right de- peg St. Ancrew's in i fence; Goldham left, de- fence; tech centre; More than !.20a fans saw right wing; Domiaoes tskt a 20-S lead in left irsing; Got- Quarter, ei-'end K to 44-20 jWaterton Park [News and Notes WATERTOX LAKES XATIOX- Alt Friends will be pleased to leam that Snk Eagg- lund returned to his nome from tne hospital m Cardstoa on Monday, and that he is en'oviag imaro'.ed health. i A senous occurred re- tlie boys and sals_ vho don't the Varsity will comoensation in a more sprins: and divers-lied ranee of summer snort Except fer shortages Bersistirs ii some bnes. a "irr The Carad'an Press Indicatec. thevll also find i; easier to obtain war-scarce ea'Jto- Dairv Home Prfield H. Blacker 271. S. Pabbi 217, R. Faboi 282. HL Donaldson 277. P Seaman 253. B. Odcie 223. J. Fniz 241. ClUO 852 725 960 Advance :Lumber 633 875 3. 3aU 216. X. Hudson 241, Corenolura 231 Msck 239 Tuesday's Results Stickers 871 Robots 781 G. Withage 245. Shamrocks 542 Cardinals ts8 J. Nilsson 255. CateOis 911 S44 A. Linrnna 238. Eleanor Star 230. Manon Long 202 Lastenies 810 Comets 756 if Petnima 255. H George Ida 219, Loss Horn 221. coach. ___Victoria team, better ball handlers and passers, had too ranch finish around the ccskei for thei Toiiers. Saskatoon teams shooting was erratic throughout asj the forwards humed their shots to j evade Dominoes" defenders. Norm Baker led ihe in- Toronto Bout Is "No Contest" TORONTO, April scheduled le-rwond feature between Willie Joyce, 139 pounds, Gary, InA, and Jim- my Hatcher, 110 pounds, of Miami. Fbu. ended Tuesday night in the sixth round when referee Billy Burke of Winnipeg declared the match "no can- test." Spectators immediately crowded around the riEgside acd demanded their money back. The card, winch, drew a scant Z500 fight fans to Maple Leaf Gar- dens, represented the fes; war attempt, to reiive hsg tune box- ing in Toronto. seats, which were well SHed. sold at a record high of An immediate investigation has been ordered and today both Sght- 719 ills 912 vaders with 31 points. Busher Jack- 996 792 i son tallied 24 and Porkv Andrews 871 727 780 764 SS3 918 SS6 S72 201, FLAX 10-PIS 3IOOSS JAW, Apnl 17.- tion for the Western Canada in- dividual championship it was an- nounced Tuesday night. Carl Xecker of Moose Jaw. has 975 927 bcanng golt. j Mary Thomson 235. Dot merit for such activ-ies as fsshmg, !2i3 Barton W '10 tearing ffnlf rprmis. Canadiens "s20 Hits Misses 677 added 14. All :he Domiiioes ed in the scoring Con Pit2geralc led the home cluo with 15 points Joanny Clark tossed 13. UXECPS A. Chaoman 10. Baker: 31. Jackson 24, Andrew 14. Howe 10, Wnght 3, C. Chapman 4, Straitn t 2. McKeachie 2. Total 100 1 Saskatoon Tyler 2, Scotr. Fitz-i gerald 15, Cram 4. Yaremechj.k. Parr 3. Walker 6. Clark 13, Edwards. Longnfige 1. Senior 1 Total 45. J Herb Jackson, George Bate, both of Saskatoon. Ottawa Cmversiiy defeated Sam; John 44-41 to win "their two-game. total nomts senu-Snal series oy a 96-84 "total and earn the ngh; to into the Dominion inter- mediate basketball nnals. esplam why "tne boys weren't try- ing." In the meantime the purses haie been held up. .It was an aagrj- crowd, already donated a troohv which will remain disappointed by a poor semi-final the permanent "rjossession of the event, that, milled around the ring winner Mi bowlers are eligible. 1 demanomg their money THIN STRONG PAPER FIXER %AD DOUBLE Sporf Picture _ In rcafo'- western Canada cities. this was the spnne sixsn u'cture. Vancouver' on threshold cf posi-war boom vith lo-rear-ola IjDrrjp Main recoaruzed as outstand- ing Caiadian Vancouver Burrards Domirion lacrosse chaTO- pioas. training for of res earlv in May Edmonton: bassnall sef-uo o'Jtltred. teams uiavingr in-erlock5n? schedule Calsarr dra.Tnr'e: on B Howard 20o, Superiors Grenacaers G PerremenD 233. W. Osfaome 211, D. Bulpnc 209, SL Free! 234. j Corcmandos......... 964 Diamond B.....709 G. Zuback 203, S. BeU 215 Grevhounas hem, 13, was cue baolv about tne; with a cirrolar saw Ee was 204, O. PARIS GARTERS SUSPENDERS is fatrt your eom- iort must cone first. Paris sus- penders end garters you e ccmbinciion of newest designs and colors plus AlI-Ecsfic for comfort. Make your selection now. Paris Garters ..........50 C Paris MCKELVIE'S "Where Quality and Economy Meet" rushed to Cardston for treatment. I Mr. aijd Mrs. "Fnirjing Eagglund j have as tceir guest tne latters! mother, Mrs. Mors, from SwaUwell j who ss convalescing after a recen; Miss arm Ston of Ifithbndge is a. receni newcomer 10 the park, where sne is employed as stena- grapner m tne administration office. Bill Metge of ilacleofi has return- 1 ed to tne park after fne years with the armed forces and has resumed his position as mechanic for tne Park Transport Company. for re- I Zeros IWoolwortns.......... 733 H. n II.O.O.F. GRAND MASTER VISITS CLARESHOLM and Samilton Tigers for fastball 'leasrues intensified: golf and renms activities delayed by wee wesiher "Winaioeg: Rotnns exnected to _ revive after war slumo- "Winnioe? C. Woodward, grand master of Alberta grand loaga of Oad Fel- lows, nsiteo the Claresholm lodge lass week. Present; also was the District deputy grand master i, Kellicus 01 Grarom. Members of lodges m Macleos, Granum. ana. Stavely were The various Eebekah locges sent representa- tives as well Presiding over the meeting was James FoEockk, noble granc of tee Clarssholra lodge, ana Mrs. V. "Wdhite. the noble grand of the Reoekan lodge. The grand master addressed the gathering and ezolamea the neea of the crippled children's fund ana j of the education fund He citeu examples of the good than is being cone "by both these funds. Follow- ing the meeting the group adjourn- ed to the recreation hall where lunch was served by the Rebesah lodge- Blue Bombers clati training carapaian for football season. In almost all communities, base- ball i" its various fr-nis was a highlight cf spring activity Spider Armstrong NewYorker TORONTO. Apnl (Spider) Armstrong ISO pounds, Toronto featnerweighi boxer, Tues- dav mgac scored a tecnmcal knock- out over Mickey Hogan, 132 pounds of New "York, after one minute and 40 seconds of the second round o: men- scheduled bout a.z Maple Leaf Gardens. Armstrong, trno meets Sol Bar- tolo. National Boxing association featnerweight; champion, in a 15- round title bout in Boston May 3. floored Hogan twice jn the Srst; round, then battered him around the ring until the bell sounded. In the second he laid Hogaa low wita a ON GENUINE HOLLOW GROUND BLADES! Wiat a buy! What a saving! A whole year's "feather-touch" shaving for a dollar! Genuine PAL HOLLOW GROUND the concaveedge just like a barber's razor. Flex- ible edge follows facial con- tours gives you luxurious "master barber" shaves every time. HOLLOW GROUND Blades dry themselves. Make this big saving the super- economy 50-blade pack equipped with slot for your used blades. At all good stores. Legion Fastballers To Pratice Friday The Legion Fastball Club, en- tered in the Lethbridge senior league, will hold a workout Fri- day afternoon at p.m. on the barracks grounds. All vet- erans interested in trying out for the team are urged to attend. Packy McFarlane, Lacrosse Star, Dies PORT Ont, Apnl 17. CPacky) McFarlane. for- mer lacrosse star and hockey ex- ecutive, died of a heart attack on Tuesday Supervisor for Canada of the Huoson Motor Car Company, he was returning to his Tororto home after a Vancouver business trip when he suffered the attack several weeks ago in Fort William. Ee was an executive of the Tor- onto National Yacht Club Sea Flea Club that won the Allan .Cup as _, Canadian senior hockey champions rlTSt E. Lamond 204. Telephone Girls...... 776 Jokers 800 K. "WHson 261. Pin TJns 697 Kitson Kids 734 M. 189. Tonight's Games Bank of Commerce vs. Pegs 2-3. Gracs vs. Gazelles 4-5. T.B.D TS Maple 7-8 Patns-mos TS." Rockets 9-10 Bank of Montreal vs Gang Bust- ers 1-5 Tfcursdav's Games pro. Frueit's Studio vs. Pvraraid Motor Sales 2-3._ Kirk's Tire Shop vs. Leihbridge Sotel 7-8 Bankers vs CateiLs 9-10. pjn. Bo'vlaorome vs Jeeps 2-3. TC-A. vs 77 Oil 4-5 Elks vs. Ben- Che.Tolec 7-8. Arcade vs. Sick's Brewery 9-10. Friday's Games pjn. Sackers vs Lustentes 2-3 Cardinals vs. Sunenors 4-5. Diamond E. vs. Quints 7-8 Canadiens vs Snitfires 9-10 Dodgers is. Hits Misses 1-6. p.m. Comets vs Robots 2-3 "Wings vs. Greyhounds 7-3. HaaSrs is CoTmragdos 7-8. Bombers vs Catelli's 9-10. Grecatuers vs. Saamrocks 1-6. Rush For Allan Cup Tickets REGEsA. April es- timated people were lined up for more than a block in front of Regmas city hall last not to pay their taxes. They were Allan cup hockey tickets. The lineup began early in the af- ternoon althougn sale of tickets for the first game of the best-of-sevea Allan cup finals between Eamiltori Tigers and Calgary Starnpeaers to be played here April 18 .was not to begin until 8 p-ro. Young and oid, they sat on camp stools, leaned on each other and j'osi to get a seat in Beginas Queen City Gardens. Garden officials expect a sellout long before same standing wish they had more tickets to offer. Boston Braves Buy International League Opens Play Today STEW YORK. Apnl The International Leasruc. be- gins its 63rd consecutive season to- day. is in store for a banner -rear both at She sate arri on the plav- ing field in the opinion of Frank J Shaljghrsessv of Montreal, president of the circuit. Toronto Maple Leafs start the ban roiling at Syracuse lodav but remainder of the teams do not swing into action until Thursda-v with Mortreal at Jersey City. Roch- ester at Baltimore and Buffalo at Newark. BOSTON. Apnl stock of the Braves soared today witn the news that ti-e club had purchased Ray Sanders, St. Louis Carc-nal regular Srst base- l man for tne past four season, and i j Matthew tMax> Surkont, a rugged, 1 rsaht hanaed pitcner from the same, duo. 1 The BrsTe? gave as their part of' the deal. Srst of manj likely ;n tms firft post-uar season, a "suostaa- j tial amount of and mfieiaer j Tommy Xcison. ________.___________ FIRST fa MILEAGE, SAFETYvutVALUE FOR SERVICE ON ABOVE APPLY 1O THE FOLLOWING LETHBRIDGE DEALERS i Canadiens Take Charge Of Trophies Artie Service Station Third Are. and I3th St S. Gait Service Station Fonrth Ave. and Ninth Street S. Short Stop Service Station Fourth Ave. and Fighth Street S. Change Dates Of Golf Playdowns TORONTO Apnl 16 Canadian amateur goif ships, previously set for Aug 5-10 at the Mayfair club, Edmonton, will be played July 29 to Aug 3 over the same course, the Royal Cana- dian Golf association pnnounced yesterdav- J. A Fuller of Montreal, associa- tion president, said, the change was made to permit participation by amateurs in the Canadian Profes- sional Golfers association open, at Winnipeg, Aug. 8-11. At3r.l 16 Montreal a smooth- working STOUT hockey last night took formal possession of j two trophiej. earned trss season the Prtn'-e of Wales troohv oSered to the club Snish'ng in first piace in the regUiar Hockey i league, ana the Stanley Cup, j blematsc of the -wcr.a's "professional i hockey" chamoionshio. Coach Imn said he knew list fa'! Canadiens were going to win the Stanley Cuo. "That TV as tns I olcked up a paper and saw a picture of one of our plavers milking a cow. rd been trying to tell for jears that milk was the best beverage for an athlete." Ted's Terminal 410 Third Avenue Sonth General FaVm Supplies "For aH your farm equipment" 1621 Third Avenue S. Phone 4SS3 Mechanics Sales Ltd. Eleventh Street and Third Avcnne S. Spotlight Service Station Eighth Street and Third Avenue S. DISTRIBtrrORS: Motor Car Supply Company of CanadaLimited CALGARY LETHBRIDGE EDMONTON ;