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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1946 In This Corner... By HARRY PAINTING (Sports Editor) JOB T.AKTP -whose stentorian "Play Ball" has been heard for ciaay a year on Leihbridge fastball "TOE ViKf A MiKT TKAT IS A RJS5 TO AN OF OREFULOF CHAiJt, 'lOUR. UUDSHSP--ITMAY BE OR- Cubs Hand Reds Second Trimming Cracks Two Will Stock Dams With WaD Eyes Rod and Gun Clab, at a wefl aitesd- 3% innings. ed raeedDg oa Wednesday Philadelphia Athletics erened5agreed to stock the proposed Pea their series with New York Yankees when they hopped crj rookie Haady Gumpert, a former Mackraaa, lor five runs in the seventh By JOS BE1CHLER (Associated Press Spcrt Writer.) Chicago Cubs, who last year equalled a major league stand- ard by trimming; Cincinnati 21 times ia 22 meeting. are off a good start today in an attempt to duplicate the per- formance this year acainst Bill MtKechnie's weary retUess. Yesterdays U-7 tnumph was Chicago's straight decision over the Riiiselancers. Reds enjoyed, a 7-5 iuTantage af- ter eight staczas yesterday, but the Cubs csfiae up with 2" five-run splurge in their last turn si bat. FLIMSY CROWD A Sims-.- crowd of 4.523, part of the day's total of 743ffl. witnessed the Cabs' triumph which placed j Sll ENTRIES tX_____________________ them -a an early season tie for i CALGARY HORSE SHOW Ducks Unlimited Sha ia firs: with New York Giants. 1 arJ was a. contrast to Tuesday's opening day attendance o? The largest turnout of the day. Hole -with, wall eye type of perch gcd So be an excellent game fish of good ___ __ eatisg are inrfcaag beat the Brons Bombers 7-1 before 1 representative of each of she j em Alberta game clubs to join, term Southpaw Max Lanier celebrated! in the project, his return to the big leagues by President P. F. Baldenca fa blanking Pittsburgh with seven scat-1 chair and Tjsiticg tered singles as St. Loxs Cardinals 1 contributed to -Sat defeated the Pirates 5-O. j Films Entered Hank Beisrmas. a 24-year- George Sparge, secretary old nghtcander ptirchased frcra' Alberta and Game Montreal last iloriday, turned 'sack reported on. his recent iziy so Boston with nine scattered s wsid life coriferenoa te hits as Brooklyn everied tie open- Thesa Kjar. Alberta 2sh. isg series with a 4-2 victory. showed she gathering nursber of very Interesnzjf One was the Alberta premiere of a CALGARY, __ tries in the horse show, to be i Burdett To Join Baseball League BURDETTT. (HNS) A meet- ing of the athletic club wss held recently represeatatives of the Grassy Lake baseball team were present. It iras decided to enter the baseball league which will consiss of Bow Island, Burdett, Grassx" Lake, Foremost, Em horn and A committee, consisting" of 31. V. Hancock of Grassv Lake, Mr. 'Wilson of Fore- most and P. J. OTJonnell. was ap- pointed to draw uo a schedule. It is understood that each team mil plar 10 games on the home grounds and 10 games away from home. Soccer Results LONDON, April Results of football games played "Wednesday were as follows: League South CharKon Athletic 1, Tottenham 0. Aston Villa 1. Brentford 1. League Three South (North Region Cup) Southend 0, Queens Park Rang- ers 0. Dominoes Roll Over Saskatoon Remember (By The Canadian Press) The" glamorous Kid McCov of the boxing ring committed sui- cide six years ago tonight to end an amazing career in which he was everything from a hobo to a millionaire sp_ortsman. in- cluding middleweight boxing champion, movie actor and con- vict. Married nine times, three of them to the same woman, he was 66 years old. GET 50 PER CENT OF THEIR FURSES TOBCWTO, April Hatcher, Sarasota, Pla., and "Willie Jovce, Gary, principals in the main bout at Maple Leaf Gardens Tuesday night, which was stopped in the sixth round by referee Billy Burke and declared "no contest" will receive only 50 per cent of their purses, it was announced Thursday. The commission has retained the other .half of their take pending further investigation. ihe distinctive styfing will perk up your winter-weary spirits... the skilled tailoring will instil! a feeling of added pride the luxurious fabrics wfli indicate you're a man of taste and discrimination. FOR YOUNG AWC MEM WHO S'T'AY YOUNG SASKATOON. April toria Dominoes cleared another bar- rier on their march to a Canadian senior basketball title Wednesday night, eliminating Saskatoon. Toil- ers 82-52 in the second of a two- game, total-polar series in the ern semi-finals and taking the round 182-97. The British Columbia squad now meets Winnipeg St. Andrews in the western finals in a best-of-three series with the first, game in Win- nipeg Friday The Dominoes dominated play throughout as thev had in the Srst game although the Saskatchewan champions managed to keep the in- vaders from Teaching three Sgures. The Victoria team led 21-9 at the end of the first quarter, 39-22 half-time and 60-34 at the three- quarter mark. Toilers mace their best showing in the final quarter, keeping fairlv well up with Domi- noes but still short on actual baskets. The visitors altered their strategy Wednesdav night, feeding Hank Rowe and Art Chapman instead of Norm Baker and Sushsr Jackson as formerly. Rowe was tops for the evening with 26 points and Chap- man had 15 while Johnnv Clark was Toilers' best with 21. LINEUPS 15, An- drews 4, Jackson 2. 13. Chuck Chapman 4. Wright 12, Straits 2, Rowe 26. McKeachie 4. Total 82. 21, Tyler. Fitz- gerald 9. 'S'aremchuk 4." Cram 8, Parr 2, Longndge. Edwards 2, Walk- er 4. Senior 2. Total 52. Bate and Herb Jackson. Saskatoon. Calgary Leaves For Cup Final CALGARY. April first string lineuo intact for the first time since the opening game of the 'tough "Western Canada final against Trail Smoke Eaters, Calgary Stam- peders Wednesday mghs entrained for Regina where they meet Hamil- ton Tigers Thursday night in the first game of the best-of-seven final for the Allan cup. Defenceman Pete Slobodian. who suffered a. badly cot ankle at Trail, in the party and will play in the. Opening game, declared Coach Jack Arbour, who also took along alternate goalie Bert Paston "just in case." Although confident his team stood an even chance with Hamil- ton Tigers and should not be rated underdogs in the betting, neither Coach Arbour nor Manager Dave Duchak had anything to say oa possible outcome of the series. "It's just another said Arbour. "We're going into 15 to win if we Russ Dertell, No. 1 goalie in the Western Canada league during both regular schedule and playoffs, is slated to take Ms place in the nets against the reputedly-sensational Art Childs of Hamilton. On the defence ahead of him will be Slobodian and Julian Sawchuk, who joined the Calgary club about a month ago following their return from overseas. Art Michaluk and Archie Wilder. Michaluk. in recent playoffs, has proved himself a husky body-checker while Wilder has been as much at home up front in the scoring zone as back at his own blueline. Ken Hunter, Dune Grant and Bob Brownridge, the forward line that was tops in league play, will continue to work together with the string of Doug Cairns. Joe Fisher and Bunny Dame forming the other attacking threat. The latter line has held the edge !n playofls. Tonv Desmarais fills in as utility man. The team, given a rousing send- off by a large group of supporters, accompanied by Trainer Bill fPop) Pearson, veteran Calgary sportsman, newspapermen and radio commentators. BASKETBALL RESULTS (By. The Caiiadian Press Western Canada Senior Semi-Flnals Victoria 82. Saskatoon 52. (Victoria wins two-game, total-point series 182-37> FASTBALL PRACTICES McARTHUR'S LADIES McArthur'5 Generals -Rill hold a 14.330. watched the hometown De- JU. troic Tigers go down so defeat, also !n the nintix inntag. when. St. Louis couEied iwice on a pair of hits, two walks and Vem Stephens' 3y to defeat the Bengal. 7-6. GSanis keps pace with the Cubs by defeaticg PhUadelphla 5-2 for their second straight; over the Phil- lies. Cleveland and Boston Bed Sox were the only other teaiss to keep held here from May 1 to 4, total j of !a casb aal Quantity of fastball practice as. 2 pjn. Friday at' their 1946 slates clean. AUie Reyn- the barracks grounds. Dave Hunt j olds hurled five-hitter against, and Chick Mclntosh will coach the j Chicago "-Vhite Sox to help Cieve- j iris. All acd pnrls wishing land win 7-1. Ken Keltner paced' raore than last year. J 1 from the Scree- of Mr. and Mrs. Z. manager, srmounced. S. Cairns is bejcg by aich poUca. to try out with the club are invited to attend. LEGIONNAIRES Lethbridge Legionnaires, a vet- the Tribe attack with a pair of: homers and a double which drove! in four runs. j The Red Sox staged slugging bee ball Association senior league, will practice Friday at 2 "30 p-m. at the barracks grounds. All players and prospective recruits are asked to be present. Boston Whips Vancouver 8-3 VANCOUVER. April ton Olympics moved one game up in the best-of-seven series for the United States senior amateur hockey championship by defeating the Vancouver Canucks 8-3 here Wed- nesday night. Olympics won the Srsc game 9-6, but dropped the second 9-1. Backed by neat goal-tending of Harvey Bennett, the eastern Unit- ed States champions, outclassed Vancouver for most of the game and after building tsp a comfortable 5-1 Srst period lead, coasted to vic- tory. Vancouver's passing was wild and the bulk of their plays were broken up by the fast-moving Bos- tonians. A survey Is underway In Halifax to locate the leaks which cause a daily less of 7.0QO.KK) gallons of from the Halifax water sys- tem. netted them 15 hits and a i 13-6 decision over the Senators- j Bos ton's was soltened bv; the failure of Dave (Boo) Ferriss, i its 21-game winner, who was blast- ed for eight hits and five runs in Baseball Results NATIONAL LEAGTTE Philadelphia 2. New York 5. Chicago 11 Cincinnati 7. Pittsburgh 0. St. Louis 6. Brooklyn 4. Boston 2. AMERICAN LEAGUE St. Louis 7, Detroit 5. New York 1, PhllacV-iihia 7. Boston. 13. Washington 6. Ctevelarui 7, Chicago 1. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Toronto 7, Syracuse 2. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Columbus 5. Louisville 3. Sc. Paul 6, Milwaukee 3. Minneapolis 5. Kacsas City 4. PACIFIC COAST LEAGtTE Sacramento 5. 0: Los Angeles b, 7. San Diego 3. Seattle 2. MucK of for Hortt show is to custom technique of bootmoking. Hortt the wearer as a mart of taste and merit... a man who quality. 214 Sixth. Street 3. Ptect 3344 BLONDIE UNHAPPY LANDING Hegistered TXS. Patens OSice By Chic Young _J ._. Wilitljll IfH rl ft DONALD DUCK NO PULL, BUT A LOTTA PUSH! Registered TJ.S. Patent O3ice By Walt Disney LFL ABNER COOK-COO'S TOUR By Al Capp A WCWD SfftfN? SOUL- HE ccr f CWTHEAR I SOUL-) -A. OF KiNSxv WJUTI: rrj BECAUSE. OF TO-. GUM STUCK HiS EARS OW0 KXGOTTZN) LI'L CANT ANTTMJNG. GCSN" ANVWHAR hiiAR-m" KOPCTH AS. PAR L-7HEN SlOBBCMA-rrS PlAVE Hockey Results fBy The Canadian Press) Canadian Jonior Finals Winnipeg Monarchs 3, Toronto Michaels 7. j (Toronto leads best-cf-seven series j 2-1) U.S. Amateur Finals Boston Olympics 8S Vancouver CanucKs 3. (Boston, leads series 2-1) BRICK BRAOFORO-And fhe Queen of WATCH CIGSELY, 6ROG J PUSH THIS I Two r.avy recruits, Roger L. Roy, 19, Cadillac, and Frank Smith. 18, Calgary, have been charged in police court in Victoria with beating and robbing a taxi driver of S50 They were each sen- tenced to Jive jears in the peniten- tiary. PUT THAT THING DOWN I By WILLIAM RTTT and CLARENCE "8EH5NDIT.50VOUCAM WATCH ;