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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOURT1 LOSJ3IEK FEXWICK Both Junior Teams of Victory I; Ji{ Game Saturday HERALD SPORTS FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1946 Room and Board J. W J...-H ay now cra-sl oatcoors -or oas enieiooed the camns cf'had of waning -any 01 breath o: rresh air. ilonarchs and" To-, Moason figsiree that nice and. refreshing. the Albnzht. a be-spectacle HAMTf.TOX' TIGSa suppcrterSj may now Js IE ever morning alter the game vrhich the shabby Tigers Stampeders we several ciriaens, who locked around brokenly t Used.' be they'd first three games. supporters sre gsins to nave to dure a lew msre shocks oefore tne finals sre over. We esc.': go so far carry A-lsn Cup nome But so are ifonsrchs confident (unless ihev steal it) but we snci zhry claim that with Betsy trill crediet that "the series tnll see facing east, noihirg can :.cem_ s. Goocness! ef course, is :he cioth-coierec did we sav'that? elephan: they reiere ss their luck her esc'ted correspondent says he place at centre tne pre-game knows ve didn't like the second warm-up cf eiery contest since :he game cf tee above series because we beginning cf ths- series. She __ Eccusatiorrfof their gaaler is me :irst five games to make to snowier! We love Cal- f'-t in the last battle Wednesday Z22SCS 5 lie ilisi of of our April cup, on Saturday night than they _ Clmt leg vrtich vith drugs OXE OVERTIME PERIOD have the Memorial cup twice bur a victory for zne Irish Saturday put them on the same par with Oshawa Generals, tne only other team ;o win the Canadian hockey junior championship in two con- seasons. Being Sarurcsy night, the teams can't play indefinitely if the score is "ec at the end of the ihird pence. In such an event appar- entlT one 10-mmute overtime period will be pla-ed. and if theVre after that, there's to be came Monday. TO BE FETED WTSNIPSG. April nipeg Monarchs are assured of a OUAYSSJPi FOUND A OkVE FS3. VJK TAWATT W T DO BETTER. LE US AVWf TOAN KK, AND CVER A BOWLOr OSL! I'LL TELL Or TlisUWKS TAOiS OF AS" TIGERS WILL ICE A STRONGER TEAM IN BID FOR ALLAN CUP Game In Edmonton Tomorrow FLAX XESTEVG rBOJECT AS WAJK MEMORIAL CBr HSas JOXE5) (Canadian Press Staff Writer) Pats and leading O.HJL scorer year, Trill be back ia the EDMOXTON April against Calgarv at Sdzsonton Sat- :on Tigers, getting back to normal! night. Diilca suffered a bout I CALGARY, April A million -war meza- priai 10 consist of duck nest- ing projects in the Athaboska. river delta is under consid- eration by Ducks Unlimited, C. Fisher, recently re- eitcted chairman of the board for Canada at the or- ganization's convention, in in strength and olaiing poWer, are "K'Juch hospitalized him oa i Ottawa, said in Calgary on in Sdmontcn for the iifOs. game of j Calgarj' trhere Starapeders teon two f but coach George Heddmg 4> he -svas getting back In shape S------------------------------------------------_ Canada's Allan CUD series Satur- day -Kith probably more confidence j than at anv time since thev started fasi, and trouid strip fcr the lifth I IT ,1 V% a slide before Calgarj- ft OfOfl Knff rfAttl I j aceP rrom been a cess, acccrdms to attendance _. re.essed oy tbe Leaf Garden industry. In sx g series crs'sm approximately b" noTv." fans, at prices ranging from "coach TValter ilonscn cf 'Wnmi- cdiars to a single buck fcr peg still held that his greens and half of that for sravs haTe a better chance of end standing roerc. Tie first game seventh, game, and ths attracted 14.923. the second 14.23S, th-> third the fourth Z4j71. j-------------------------------- thi fifth about the cine recepuon Tirhen they return or lose in the deciding iicHae, Of the Memorial Cup hockey tussle A Toronto's St. Michaels "We shoulc had old Bsisv Saturday. A falser rtng be by the cily to each zaember of tne warn, if they But win or lose, the Winnipeg TIGERS OUST YANKS AS LEAGUE LEADERS east from the start." McHae -e ssic- "We mishi sron thf cenes ilonarchs reception committee decided Thurs- the cay they trould entertain the team ileraonal on" me _ V Taber Leafs Win as Play In therve been packed like rats. T QctS Under Way Of Schedule Announced; defeat st. LOUIS Come on, Tea TYIimi- yfgl Dirty old Si. 3Hkes: A BIT OF ETERTTHIXG Bfll Put-nan, ilanrice Kichard and By JOS RSICHLSR (Associated Press Spors Hurricane Hal Nevrhouser and hammering Greenbexg, a oair of old hands at coming: through on the clurch for Detroit Tigers, are up to their old tncks and as a re- sult rhe Bengals are reposing un- molested today at the top cf ihe American league. The rsrp Tiger sral-srarts, com- bined their special berg -siih a grand-slam homer and ser a splendid relief first half _____________i of the schedule of games for the Gave Stewsrt look to be cinches :o Taber League has been hole down seal, right innc. and nresarec, the ball clubs here have left -King respectively or. All Star team accordms to our fig- actiTitias. The Tiring. Elmer Lacn hcZds a slignt; ing H C_i.'s anc ilaaie Leafs, tras edge in the over last Tussday, -sni Bentley for" the center posiDon. taking Sunday. April the game of the 1545 season for the American league flag, cci- ed into undisputed possession of first plsce sn the Xationa! league as St. Louis Cardinals, -scho shared the top berth the Brooks, slid to second spot by bowing to Pitts- burgh Pirates, 5-3. A long home run by Pittsburgh's Ralph Kiner that travelled 450 feet knocked the Cards out of the lead. Killer's came one on in the third and tagged Harry (The Cat) Brecheen mtii his second de- feat of the season. Cincinnati Heds squelched their 1945 nemesis, Chicago Cubs, for the leads the series Sssiapeders staved behind for aa- "Don't spoil one of the finest three games to one and need jus; other cay lay-over in Saskatoon and, siriniming beaches in the prairie one easterners believed j sres: by shrcining broken beer bot- ihev had found the secret. TWO OFF SICK LIST There were other reasons, too. fcr ihe higher Brady Sask." racming of the game. Ther had ties into the river at the snot" was tide TO say about their failure to me apoea! of an early suimnier to the series four straight, so p hopes. D-Slon i ttaag Trhich had been freely pre- the Herald on Thursday. He had been in swimming the day Expected See Soccer Final Detroit Hurlers "Hot" As Usual I duced three goals in fsrst period. The island jast south of the j and left the westerners disorganized power plant is s. favorite soot trtth j for tile rest of the earne j good sximmers and picnickers are {urged to get rid of their beer bot- if broken, some ties, especially orher place. By JACK SL1UVAX fCanadiaa Press Sralf TSTnter) IX5XDONT. AprJ (OP. Cabled is for jts largesi post-trar queue as descend en the city for Sanrrdavs worse iarT second "best, in'ihs- Sa" Dsrraorr. Apr soccer-hungry. Tiger pitcning. for four if the country; straight seasons bag never been s pan tee champions FISHERHEK AFTER -KAMLOOPS TROCT" 1 NATAL, BG. (EXS) opening of ice few lakes In the Bas: Sooienay district on April 15 saw a number of Katal-Michel fishermen ;oumey to try their opening luck in trvinjc to the fighting salmon or better knosm as the Kamlooas trout. Trouc season officially "onens on May 1 is-aen a n i tr of riTers and The be presented ro His Majesty oa the i field prior to the kick-off at; 3 tun- Legion, R-C-A. vs. Maple j vanquish the Browns again. 6-5. TS. High School The victory enaaled tne Tigers to embarked on :heir season's Tuesday. ADrii j take over undisputed possession of Ssmwen TS. Maple Leafs, High first place from York Yankees School TS. Legion. Friday. Slay Clippers TS. BarnTrell fie ;s's anyone's guess as to -K-hoj xine teams entered in the i TS.'Oilers. i be to the wo defence and will I Sunday, ilsy nEKil l-Vi- r- _s _ >L IO II2C at J EJH- Cranford TS. Oilers, Clippers TS. once more yesterday to j Jl I clubs ars their first _____ ___ r _ HHSCliSS ;____ _-__ league and games tv-n be aisTeti mom en; Jack i oa old ailetic grounds east biewari and Bntch Boncisard haTe Of th- Central School here Sun- s. more votes the other' CST mil star- a- -x- the '2.00 p.m. Ind ni, eve- CrCN .nifan Cup hockey nroac- aiss games start at 700 aimouncer Hank Tlney 'p-s been havrag trouble his ton- a; least so he SETS. Vic Williams, fonsar Lethbndge ear-' sgeican and dog to TancouTer a aao, continues to breed good "doss Exs English setter, "Shiplake Spreckles'', -son first prize in sport- Ing breeds a; the spring dog The The first half of the schedule is _ below, with the home teams sr, who moved i rnennoned nrst-r number of Tears April 23 H-C.A. TS. Maple Leafs. Scnool TS. 3.M.; Maale Leafs vs. Oilers, H.CA. TS. drapers. High School vs. Cran- ford. Tuesday. May 1 3JM. vs Legion, Maple Leafs TS. Clippers. Fridsv, Mav School vs. Bamwell dropped mto s second-place tie with Boston bv losing to the Hed Soar. 12-5. Newhoaser gave up seven sits in pirching his third complete game nuscues gaTe the Heds as man; runs in the seventh son: average of 1.29. Southpa-ar Hal Xeisrhouser and _ Benson each Bitched two -o- c-Jp Athleacs cosnnlete games. Newhouser and chased star-e- a2so prized Paul (Di2zy> Trout each turned in tr-.e cun ana chamoionshia of Lea- i a Oie seccnc straight time tms year, i south. Charlrcn is 'tied TOth '.________________________________ Michel creek ana the Elk" river be declared onea on Mav 1 -with. other lakes Keis- York Giants suSered a dou- ble blow as they buwed to Boston CHOSEX MONTRSAL. April Watt of Montreal, one of Canada's outstanding- tennis players before the -Krar, has been rfarrfed as non- Dlaying captain of the Canadian Davis Cup team which will meet Mexico here in June, ic was aa- nounced rcdav. Birmingham City for the leadershia j with 53 points and a cup victory j and fanned seTen to increase his strikeout output to 22 in 27 frames. Greeiiberg enjoyed a perfect day at the dish with tvro doubles, a I single and a free ticket to Erst. j Led by Johnny Pesky end Sdcie j the Bed Sox pounded" righi hand Carvel CBaKsa) Ko-srell fouled oS one of Monte Kennedy's pitches. Cooper -srould sponsored "in Bcmonroa. by tee Associated Canine Clnb, which Isn't a sernce rlnfa for doss, Tommv Evans, president of ths Fish, and Game Association, reports that tlOS Waterron is teeming with luscious elk. Lucky they know who lie was. Bob Feller, strikeout ace for Cleveland Indians, struck out ten in his first appearance of the season but hii some sort of a low for rnm in tis nsrrc effort when lie struck OIK bus sne m a full nine -jr troit Tigers. game sgaurs-; De- SeaHv, Bob! Missouri Golfer On Open TORS, April vs. Clicners. May Legion vs. BanrsrelL Oilers vs. Clippers, Maple Leafs TS. 32S., Cranford TS. 3C.A- Tuescay. May 14 Legion vs. Cranford, Bemwell TS. High School. Riday, May 17 Cranforei TS. Bamwen, Legioc TS. R.C.A. Sundsv, MET 19 B-M." vs. Oilers TS. High School, Cranford TS. Maple Leafs. Tuesday, Mav 21 TS. Cranford; man Xeiser, the OOT -sho I cpafounaed the experts bv -wiining i Sunday, May the recent E-asters" golf tournament High. School TS. Clippers. at Augusta, cams to io-K-n vssier- Tuesday, May day to receiTe the accolade of i Leafs. York sportsmea and, incidenraliv 'Friday. 3fey 31 __ __ s __ __ _ ____ ___ _ _ _ i TIT -With tea' puttsng touch, of Tourr, all ycnli need to co is keep them straight co'sm the and onto the green, Ptom. what I SS.T? at Au- gusta, you TR-on't have anT txoub" knocking the ball in the "hole." Golf For Season 4 HAYHOSD. (HSS) Ths re- organization of tie Ssgar City Golf Club took place recently at E. fairly attended meeiaig "at the town nalL __ Art TClTsg Tras in as presi- cent, ilelvin Sing. Tice-3resiceDt, and O. H. Snc'E', Eecretary. In charge of grounds cosamittee is Prank Taylor; membership, George Swedish; property, W. L. Jones. The presiding ezecutrre are K. charge of PLAT STAETS MAT 1 AH members are congregating at ths course on imday ragct with'. sliOTeLs instead of golf clubs, to i repair greens anc get tne course in i SASKATOON. April 2S.-J3- tcp shape for the grand opening coiivsr on May i. Is was proposed that e. perma- Herjs caretaker be iired and anDii- fisnors for this positicr. are be sent tc Then .asm nigb.t. Second game of tht series Saturoay. j receive some earners advice irom thai I Ts- 3-M- drr slicker. Craig Wood. Sanaa-, June j Epnor guesc at a luncheon, seiser HC-5 Bamweil, 3JJ. vs. Clip- Organize poss-war open tournament at Cleve- i land in June. I "That's easy. said Wood, who will be defending chansoioa iii' the open by virtus of his victorv j a; For; Worth i-i '41. -With thai; i ffedlunds Squash Ramblers in Opener Van- champions and winners over Sd- aonton jJortons in r'ng first round, i- crushed Saskatoon SajcabJeis, Sas- 830 927 S58 1062 S991014 Gordon" 213, out for sz leasr; four weeks. Chicago White Sox Snallv corn- four Tork huriers for 13 hits bmed tight Dirching and stout hit- iaclu53ng a honie.. tuple and double hrig as they ifcrashed Cievalaad la- by pellaerinr ana two doubles and a brace of singles by Pesky. Hight- hander Joe Dobson held she Tanks tq nine iuts for hrs second mound i Sox attack. Hal Trosky chipped in triumph. DODGERS I3T TOP SPOT Brooklyn's dazzling IXidgers mov- Baseball Results National League Cincinnati___200 010 10 1 Chicago 010 500 11 3 v% alters. Eeiki, Lambsrc and Bcrowy. Sricksoc, Eush and Linagstori, "Scheming. Boston 100 003 12 2 STew Tork-----102 000 S 1 Lse and Masi; Kennedy. Feld- Tnar-. Trinfcle and W. Oooner, Lojn- baroi. Kluttz. St. Louis 002 7 0 Pittsburgh-----102 002 3 2 Brecheen. uickson. Kris; and Eiee, Wiljjer; Hejntselniaa, Hoe and Km-'b. Camellt Brooklyn ai Philadelphia, rain. BraTes for the second straight would giTe added incentive for the 5-4, and lost the services of catcher i Snj-1 stretch of the league camss. j Walker -Cooper. The backstou who Derbv's chances of a double are j cost the Giants last winter' ultra-slim as the team is six points suffered a fractured finger on his i behind the league leaders. Their j cup hopes received a stiff set-back; earlier in the week xrnen it -was an- i nounced Thar Sammy Crooks out-; side right and pre-trar England in- i ternatiorsal player, would not see action due to injuries received two j ago. j One player who will receive a lot' of attention is Arthur Turner.! Cbarlron's starry centre forward J and the first amateur to apnear in i a. embley final. He will turn i diarss, 11-2, on a 17-hit assault. Luke Appling ana pircher Ed Lopat each collected three hits tc lead the with his first home run. Washiugtcn Senators and Phila- delphia. Athletics joined the Dodg- ers and Philadelphia Phils on the sidelines as rain washed ous their scaeduled contests. cf essional on his release from The team sranagers are not coin- menting on the outcome and club officials are suoerstinous about ricking their shots. NEW TEAM SEEKS BASEBALL TIMBER ANOTHER local senior baseball team, to be known as the House of Lethbridge, is to start operating shortly. The first practise for prospective players has been called for Sunday afternoon at twc o'clock and every ball hawk wishing to try for a berth -rrirh the club is urged to attend the workout, to be held on the club's new diamond at Henderson Park, immediatelv east of the fastball grounds. Players having- gloves and soikes are asked to bring them along. BLONDIE THE ETERNAL WOMAN Registered TJ.3. Palect OEice 3. Kirk 226. Ciueie 226. Wvlie 258. Service Station 1107 1095 1046 a large memoersiup is expected for 1S4S. "BCSHER" JACKSOX _LIXDSAT, Ont, Apnl (Busher) Jackson, form's' Hocker League star the Toronto Mapla Leafs, failed to appear before Magistrate S. A. Gee ThtETsday to answer charges of fish- Ja f 354. Covne 234, Daw- son 260. Lightbound 235. Pitt 229, jivans 225, Maryancifc 203, Peder- son 223. Hoos Signs 1024 998 1052 Beny Chevrolet 10T5 SOT 939 American League Chicaeo 005 010 17 3 Cleveland___000 000 2 S 3 xopat and Tresh: ReyEC-lds, Cen- ter, Johngon, Podgajnv and Lollar jHegan New TorL___200 020 590 Boston.....432 012 13 1 Roser. Zubsr, rJtanceu, Wight and Bobasoa, Siivestn; Xtofason and Pytlak. Detroit.....000 400 10 0 St. Louis..... 000 500 11 jSewhouser and Miller, Zoldak, Parens, Kraser and Man- cuso. Philadelphia at Washington, rain. International By Chic Young f THE LAST T-.5EH 209> 238, Green tr 213, Hill 253, M. 3- 241. 1035 101 Elizabeth BosweH won the Graham's laord ine Grass Stakes Boothman 255. ChapmsE 222. Socbester.....310 000 7 Thursday to become the favorite for toe Kentucky DeAj. bw siniultan- eously irw as annotniceci another of ing for pickerel during the closed j season at nearby Sobcaygeon darn. ine magistrate ordered that a. sum- j Pilot, -srcuid not start in moss be delivered to Jackson per- big race. iJaT 4. Star Pilot cl sonaBy. of CLOAK AND DAGGER Sir Walter Saleigh -was bsheaded as a spy. Hotel 951 1149 1072 f j Cateili Pood Products 335 13D8 1055 IOU 0 Jersey City___ 010 200 10 2 Byeriy and Hobmson; Sandei anc Grasso. Montreal 000 000 5 3 Syracuse 000 000 103 10 1 Fontaine. Faepke, Gabbard and aarrist, Po- iiossey j and Wgst> Jnst_ i Toronto 100 010 7 2 000 000 4 1 and Yount; Pillette and with Lore BcsweO, Knockdown and i Colony EOT as her Oerby hopes. Now Extra Savings on 1 Easier Shaves Cost less with Minora Economy Pack Good news far men! You can new save en extra 16% on MiNORA BLADES, fhe quality blade in the fcmr-price SrfA Yes, your dealer cgcm fJNORA'sfamoasEcononjy] Pock: 12 faJades 25jL Enjoy fcst smootfj shoves from fonger-Iasfing MINORA BLADES. For extra savings spftdfy the Ecororay Pcdc! 992 9031 942 854! Donaldson 256, Oddie 240, Pitlarzi 230. Jones 255. Fruett's Studio 1203 1045 983 i Bowladrojne 995 907 1211 Schwalder 238, Kropf 213, Blacker 2S2. Mulis 252. Dsvis 230. W. Sui- j clsir 300. Hideout 341, D. Allen 229. Grocery 1050 1157 iOSO at Baltimore, rain. Pacific Coast HoHyvood 6, Seattle 3. Sacramento 1, San Franctsoo 4. Oakland 7. Los Angeles 4. San Diego 2, Portland 0. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION IX Piling 236. Fix 287. >enies 270, 15 City Leayne Standing" Kansas City 5, St. Paul 9. Milwaukee 3. Minneapolis 0. Toledo 6. 10, TICKET SCALPEES COPPEfi TOHOSTO, April Arcade........ 27 ;Mihaiiks Grocery........ 26 161 patrolling 24 18' the look-out lor ticket scalpers at 38 j the ;umor hockey final recently arrested Earl Hose. 17. and Prank {Pruetfs Smdso 24 j Kirk's Tire Shop 23 Stauon. 23 19 20, and a jUTenile. The JUT- Motors 22 jEook Signs 21 ,Sick's Bre-srery 21 iBeny CheTrolet 19 Hotel 19 jCatelli rood Products 18 .Bankers ____ 17 jg 22 2O J 15-year-old ask- 20! lag S4 for a 50-cent seat while the 211 others were alleged to have been 21 asking S5 for a SI seat 23 23 24 25 c- MINORA BIADES ALSO AVAILABLE 4 W Tonight's Games p.m. Robots TS. Lustentes. Canadians TS. Dodeers. Grenadiers TS. Cardinals. Wings Bombers. Diamond E TS. Radars. pjn. Catellis TS. Greyho'-.nds. Supenors TS. Shamrocks. Hits and Misses TS. Spitfires. Suckers TS. Comets. Commandos TS. Quints. FASTBALL PRACTICE Catelli's fastball team will hold a practice on Sunday, April 23, at the residence of Mike Yanosik on Terjtn Avenue North. The practice will commence at pan. All players are re- questea to be on hand, and anyone else interested in playing is also invited to attend. SHE'LL BE V-ToxiS'-rr V-VTJHN CO RJU. V- OF PEP IN TD YOUS r VOU CANfT DONALD DUCK w CASUALTY ON THE HOMEFRONT Hegistered Patent Office By Walt Disney U'L ABNER SHIPS THAT DON'T PASS IN THE NIGHT! By AI Capp ER-GUESS WEli. TAKE: SCENIC ROUTE., ,f- LDNK5EK- 6UT SAFER WFIAP BRICK the Queen of Night ALLQ1ARDS DISAIZMED AHD ARSENALS CSKT1KUES TO CIRCLE OVEtZTriE BE- CHY- By W1LUAM RiH and CLARENCE GRAY' TftXT'S THE PiSHTS AlLUiKA HAS SURRENDERED! SPAPFRf ;