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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APRIL OUT ON A wu x LIMB with LOKlXEJt FENWICK. N.H.L. Champs Win 7 All-Star Spots 4 On First Team MAY 24Jfe -nill see, among other things, the gala open- ing ceremonies of. the Hen- derson Fart Fastball diamond. Sport-hungry fans can be assured thai is. will be -aonh the of admission alone to gaze upon the new field rath its brightly colored fences, its smooih greea diamond, its completely renovated grand- stand. and us powerful floodlighting system -that is guaranteed to turn the blackest night into the day. Fans familiar with the Henderson Park of yesteryear will be positively popeyed at the many changes have" taken p-ace since the capable Fastball Committee. headed by Joe Lalde, took charg-e. Joe, and all his hardworking cohorts, deserve great credit for the 'o'j thev have dor.e, Already about sixteen aggrega- tions have signified their inten- tions cf entering' a team in one of the three leagues to be operated this summer. More entries are ex- pected momentarily. Fastball, or sofiball as It used to be called (and we can't understand why she name was changed) is a great spectator sport. There is nothing more relaxing than to sst contentedly on a hot summer's nighs watching two teams baiter a liule white ball all over the place. It's a great game to watch. ciallv when you can munch hot dogs" and peanuts. hurl scathing in- sults at. the wicked old umpire, and hoot to your heart's content for your favorite team. You'll be able (Bv FRASER MaeDOCGALL) (Canadian Press Staff Writer.) TORONTO. April iCJPJ Bill Durnan. Montreal Caca- diens who didn't turn professional until be reach- ed an stge when most hockey players wonder how many big tine they have left, has a convincing answer today for critics who scoffingiy remarked for two seasons that he was a strictly wartime pro- duct. In his first season in the National Hockey League, the 31 -year-old native of Tor- onto was named as goalkeeper on the Canadian Press All- Siar team for the third >ear in saccsssion. the only -oalteader in the 16-year history of the mythical squad to achieve that distinction. Thus, ia bis league sea- sons Durnan has won everr goaltendins award In has won the Vezina. Trophy as the lescue's most effective net- minder three times. He has been named to the goal position on the CF first All-Star team three times. He is the only player to be first team All-Star in every- season he has been in the and Mosienko were bom in "Winni- peg and Stewart in Pilot Mound. Saskatchewan claims native of Deslile. and lach, bom irt Nokomis: Bouchard and Richard are Montreal natives: Srimsek comes froai Eveleth, Minn., and is the onlv native of the VS. on the team Gottsehg was bom in Russia and came to Canada with his family hen two old. living in Sd- inonton and later Begina, Baseball Results National League The vote. In which 22 hocke? writers in cities participated. was weighted to gii'e equal voting trength to each league city. This season, balloting followed the Stan- to do all these summer at Henderson Park, except of course on meatless davs. WEEKEND PREDICTIONS Hamilton will beat Calgary by at least two goals if Dillon Brady is back in their lineup. CtherwJse eomething awful might happen. Winnipeg will beat St. Mikes and win the Memorial Cup and we will be very happy and prosperous. A BIT OF EVERYTHING Something big in the hockey world is goiaa to break one of these days. Local golfers will have a chance to see the best in the coun- try in the "West this year, at the "Canadian Amateur in Edmon- ton this July, and in Winnipeg- in August at a big Open tournament at which many top American pros will perform. The selection of Edgar Laprade. of New York Rangers, as roofce star of the year comes as a bit of a. sur- prise to those of us who listened to the blabber? about rookie George Gee of Chicago Black Hawks. The Crow's Nest Golf Tournament will be played in Kimberley this year, in June. Edmonton Fans May Get Downtown Arena April yearnings of Edmonton heckey fans for an arena closer to the citj centre than the existing rink on Headed by Durnan, almost a. unanimous choice with points of a possible 1.060, the Canadiens .ook seven of the 14 All-Star posi- tions, four on the first team and three en. the second, to climax a season in which they won the league title, the Stanley Cup and two in- dividual Vezma. Trophy 37 Duman and the Lady Byng Tro- phy for gentlemanly play veteran j left wing Hector (Toe) Blake. Tha other first team positions went to Boston with defenceman Jack Craw- ford, to Chicago Black Hawks with centre Max Bentley nnd to Toronto the exhibition grounds, away, wiil be realized If miles recoia- Brookh-n ..100 053 !O 0 New York .020 000 392 V. Ijombardi and Anderson; Yoi- selie. Fischer, Emmerich and K. St. 000 13 Oj Pittsburgh .oeo COO 7 1 Martin and Rice; Osteraiueller. V-ISkle Qnrf Salkeld. Baker. Cincinnati at Chicago, cold. HERALD SPORTS PAGE ELEVEN Room and Beard FJUAVEKS WANTED FOR NEW BASEKAUL CLUB Prospective baseball plar- ers are being sought for the House of Lethbridge, a new club which is to be formed. First practice has been called for Sunday after- noon, and anyone wSshit? to try ou" for tbe club is urged to" be on hand. The practice b? held on ihe cSua's new diamond at Henderson Park. east of the fastball diamond. 0022- jsescsng a' two o'cSoei. Any players havin? gloves and spikes are requeued So bring theia. EXCITEMENT HIGH FOR LAST GAME OF MEMORIAL CUP SERIES Tied With Three Games Each j first team to gather eight polnU in best-cf-seven series. Each, 10 minutes overtuae will be played. If the teams reniain tied Re-Organize Leth. Miners Ball Club Recruits B? ALLAN NICKLESOS, Canadian Press Staff Writer. TORONTO, Apru 1 read crowds eloo-ing a disorderly path into downtown Maple Gardens an almost Police ticket forthe side, a oand A ihe eariv standisg-rooni i That's a before icaight's seventh game j of the Memorial Cu? battle ior i It has been I the Canadian junior championship Moaarchs. underdogs in 1 between the best of tfce east and, have had an uphill citmb since the best- of the St. their surprise opening-game triumph. Michael's CcUege Majors, and tne Apnl 13 was nullified by an. Irish j bigger, free wheeling ilcnarchs victory ia the second match. Mca- from It has that archs lack the polish and finish ol aiming aa extra game, o I If that extra game becomes be played to i way all through the first sac games, the Samis but have made up 1 Tonight it will be worse, deficiency in pure driving power. goals 10 American League 3 1 St. Louis ......001 100 12 0 Trucks and Tebbetis; Potter and Mancuso. New York: .012 412 14 0 __ Washington ft Page, Wade and Dickey; Hudson. IITIO ieretti. Kennedy, Wilson and ill I I I I I Canucks Nab The No. 3 Dodgers wn hold a practice on Sunday afternoon as at the St- Basil's school grounds. All plajers are asked to tun: out. the past five years aa a resuit of the war. the Lethbndga Miners' BaseoaU Club is beusg re-crganized cnce j again with a view to providing local baseball fans with some good, fasc' ball. Manager GUI Luciasi has called the first practice for 2-30 o'clock. i Sunday afternoon, ant! anyone interested is ursed to be on hand at Adams Park. I Space has been provided at Hen- Park for a new baseball I i diamond, and it is hoped that a 1 top-notch baseball league may be' i formed. In the city tins year. TIED Sach team has won three games. presumably this one will decide The 28th cap holder. But not riecessariiy. There may yet be a deciding game Monday. It's this way: The championship goes to the have outplayed their without showing the 15.000 ars expected to be hand for the game tonight, ing the total seKes attendance to a mere than. TIGERS WATCH SUPERSTITIONS FOR FIFTH ALLAN CUP BATTLE strong. Chicago 000 040 9 Cleveland 3 0] Haynss and Fernandez; F-eller and Hayes. International Maple Leafs with left Gave Stewart. Chicago had two. Boston one and Detroit one second team position. THE TEA3IS _ First Goal. Duman fMont- rfeht defence, Crawford (Boston) defence. Bouchard centre. M. Bentley right wing. Sichard left wirg. G. Stewart American Assn. ililRaukee 0 Muineaoolis 6- Kansas City" 10. St. Paul 11. LouisvUle 8, Toledo 2. TWO HURLERS JUMP" NEW YORK. Apnl 27.- manager of New York Gunts. coach. Irviri j announced last- night_pitchers Ace Second Team Goal, right defence, Brimsek Eeardoa VANCOUVER, April Canucks cap- tured the Walter A. Brown tro- 'phy, emblematic of the United States amateur hockey cbzm- pionsliip, last night when they outclassed Boston Olympics 6-3 in the final game of their best- of-sevea series. The convincing victory in the clos- ing tilt of a hard-fought series! Y Aces to Meet Sugarbeet Allstars Tonight, in the Y-M.C.A. audi-j torium the Beet League Allstars will play the "Y" Aces in a chal- lenge basketball game commencing p-nu sharp. Allstars are a fast breaking show-jig plenty of action in fEr HERB .'Canadian Press Staff Writer.) EDMONTON. AprJ 27. Johnny Ccnlck !s weaitag The toush Calgarr Stana- peder club, which holds a 3-1 edge in the series acd far- Art ored to knock off the easterners, left Saskatoon. Friday. It is sot ex- pected they wdl -scrl; out before the fifth game which maiiy say probably will see them take the cup. An estimated 6.000 fans will be 1 bow-tie arul by that token; the superstitious Hainslton Timers I hope to register another victory against Calgary Stunpeders in the fifth game of the -tllan Cup series here tonight. Johnny the easterner's four games a-.amst Stampeders at; -gat unless Clarence ShiUIngton Saskatoon Wednesday and row his J opens the Hamilton. room stage. HUGE CROWD A crowd of fans saw Vancouver grab a 2-1 lead in the opening period, extend it to 3-1 in the second sianza and go on to outscore 3-2 in the Sns! frame. Led by their power line of Elmer Krelier. Bill Carse and Ab McDoa- gall who accounted for four tallies, Vancouver held an edge in play throughout. It vantage of height over the Allstars. I terpnses. Fins should appreciate this game. less but is sport.ru: s, big, wine- peacock and Kitson vs. Sick En- fcrarmed v.-estem n't go out to play. They're probablv the most super- Mike's vs. Advance. Consumers vs. Columbus Club. and vs. Ellison Tigers, suli the unwssh- stitious club that ever ed. undarned and unmatched hockey hockey for the Allan Cup. suits they claim brought them luck j in the east, worked out travel kinks played CAKFETBAli, DOCBLES Games in the carpetball doubles; competition to be pla-ed ia. the lo- cal club rooms of the Canadian Legion nest week are scheduled for left defence, J. Stewart centre. Lach right wing; Mosienko f left 5 loams and Harry r elOinari naa is vvas a Qruisicg game aii tee next weeii are- a 'jumaed" the club to play in the! way with 13 penalties handed out j the following evenings: w 1 -fnllT" minnT-C Mexican baseball league. including four minors He said Adams and Feldmaa left] Barry of Boston. :o Eddie mendations made by City ArcMtec Max Dewar to llaybr Harry Ainiay are acted unon. Mr. Dewar submitted s. report Thursday recommending that the triangular area bounded by Eongs- wav, lllth avenue and 102nd street, just out of Edmonton's downtown be reserved as a site for an arena. Remember CBv The Canadian Press) East P5fe became the first second division team eTer to win the Scottish Football Cup eight vears ago tocay when they de- feated Kilmarnock at Hampden Park, Glasgow, 4-2. Two games were played to produce a win- ner, the first match ending in a 1-1 tie four days earlier. DOMINOES WIN TORONTO. April The Victoria Dominoes last night loafed their way into a 70-33 victory over Simpson "Grads. Toronto senior bas- ketball champs, ia an exhibition basketball game that served as a tune-up for the who meet Assumption College at "Wind- sor next week for the Canadian sen- ior men's basketball championship. wing. Blake coach, Gottseli? FIVE VETERANS Five of the 14 Ail-Stars came back from the armed services this sea- son: Bentley. the league's top scor- er with 31 goals and 30 assists for 61 points: Stewart, sensational left wing who led the goal scorers with 37; Frank Bnmsek of Boston, vet- eran, netminder who made a inid- season. comeback after tis return from service with the United States coast guards; Ken Eeardon. the Montreal Canadiens defeaceman, who won a citation for bravery in France; thumoing Jack Stewart of Detroit Bed "Wings, chief among the remaining' exponents of the vanish- ing art of bodychecking. The four Canadiens on the first team were all first team choices last defenceman Eraile fButch) Bouchard. right wing Maurice Richard and coach Dick Two otners, centre Elmer Lach and Blake, were pushed back to the second team by Bentley and Gaye Stewart. Crawford, a hard-working de- fenceman ever since he entered the league with the Bruins in the 1938- 3S season, made his first appearance on a first AH-Star team. He was on the second team in 1942 and in almost every other season has had some support for a defence spot Bill Mosienko. the fleet Chicago right wing, is back in the WIN FOK KING LONDC-N. April king scored his first triumph of the Sat racing season at Lingfield Park yesterday. Jockey Gordon Richards ihding Golden Coach from the royal stables to victory in the p.tided first race. yesterday sometime dunng the Brookiyn-Giant game. Ott himself did not know of their departure until he missed them in the pre-game batting drill and went to the clubhouse to inquire as to their whereabouts. There he was informed by other players that both Adams and Feldtnan had collected their belongings and said they were heading for Mexico. Teammates said that before leav- ing, Adams and Feldman confided that they signed for a year and that each got a bonus as well gs half his salary in a lump sum. It had been reported Adams pre- viouslv turned down an offer of for a three-year period to play in the Mexican league. Loss of the two pitchers comes as a severs blow to the Giants as K hits their most vulnerable spot. Adams vras considered one of the game's greatest relief pitchers. In vs. Shields at LINEUPS Boston: Bennett: Flamoa. Stan- lev: Hontv: ilarqaess. Lund. Subs: Martin. Schertzel, Schneer, JBaban- do. Barry, Desbiens. Vancouver: McAneeley: Swaney, Miilman; Carse; McDougail, Krelier. Subs: Smith, Schmidt, Gray, Bath- gate. Clovechuk. Priiigle. Officials: Merrick, Crarjstouu, New "Westminster, B.C.; Bui Knott, Seattle. 0; Hodge vs. A. Dykes at vs. Kerr at Tuesda. Burton vs. Thomas at vs. Tennaii: p.m. Canada Paint vs. Barsnerraart. Vendors vs. Eatons. Purity Dairy vs. ti OiL Post Office vs. Gas Co. GOV.-GEN. TO ATTEND KING'S PLATE RUNNING TORONTO. Apnl 27 f? The j as Edmonton's bis? arena yesterday and they looked as if thev had more than just superstition. They looked like the fiery, play-making club that disorganized the smooth Stara- peders In the last game and dis- j__ solved the westerner's previously beautiful passins Forwards Swat Mason. Johnny i CANADIAN LOSES 3CSTON-. April Roberts. 130. Winnipeg, dropped a six-round decision last night Andrews, 132. of Lowell, ilass. vice-regal standard will fly from! Uscombe. showed particular the flag staff at Toronto's Wood- i of speed. XJscombe. injured __ _ Conick and hard-shooting Frankie i MUTTON'S PRACTICE showed particular bursts j at J. Dykes vs. Stott. bine Park race track May 25 when i katoon said he felt right ia shape- Canada's new governor general.' Lone sad note of the- workout was Viscount Alexander, and Ladv Al- j the fact ace-scorer Dillon Brady exander. arrive for the rutmua; of i who was In hospital at Calgary with the Sing's Plate as guests of the i "flu and hasn't seen action for three vs. A- Dykes j Ontario Jockey Club. garn.es still did riot feel good. Se at Held vs. Kerr. j The govsmor-general. it !s ex- left the ice half-way through prac- vs. ilurohy at j pected. will present the plate to the j tiee and will be used only sparingly Knox vs. Thomas at winner. i if at ail. tonight In Sas- Hutton's Senior men's fast- bail club will hoid a. prac- tics at the barracks aiuinnis oa Monday cammencirsgr as pjn. A cordial invita- tion is extended to any ?Iay- er wishing to try cut "with this clufa. First period: 1, Vtncouver. Carse 2. Boston, Babando, 3, Vancouver. Mc- Doaeall Penalties: Martin Ciovechuk. Schertzel. KreUer, Stanley (10 mins. miscon- Second penod: 4. Vancouver, Bathgate Penal- ties: Barry Krelier, Pringle, Desbiens, Babando. Thrra period: 5. Boston. Schnser 6. Vancouver. 1S43 he appeared in 70 games, a modem major league record and finished 52 of them. Louis., Conn To Be Examined For Bout MEW .TORK, April Pnagie i Clovechuk. 7, Vancouver. McDougail _ dered to appear before the New position he held a year ago as right j Yorfc' athletic commission May 3 wins: on the second team. Johnny for a prehminarv nhvsical examina- of Chicago is second team Blake, at 33. is the oldest of the playine members of the squad. Gaye Stewart. 22. is the youngest- Other ages: Durnan. 31: Brimsek. 30; Crawford 29: J. Stewart and Lach. 28: Bentley. Reardon and 8, Barry, 9, Vancouver. Krelier (McDougali, Snathi. Penalties: Barry Marquess, Swanev Elamon. SEEK MOKE LAURELS VANCOUVER, Apnl 27. With the United States amateur hockey championship tucked away, {Vancouver Canucks looked to the prairies planning their nest rnove and challenger Billy Conn were_ or- -hs huni; lor hockey laiirels. The Canucks, says Manager Paul Thompson, will challenge the win- ner of the Allan cup to plav a for the Wills Memorial trophy Bouchard, ienko, 24. Five of 25: Richard and Mos- fhe 14 come from On- born ia Toronto: Crawford, in Dublin; G. Stewart, in Fort William: Blake, in "Winona al- thoush he learned his hockey in Sudbury district: Irvin. in Hamilton. Three are from CARE FOK YOUR TIRES TODAY AS YOU HiVEK DID BtFOtE.' by chairman Eddie Eagan._____ They meet for the title in New and the amateur hockey champion- York Yankee stadium June 19. At the same time the two will formally sign contracts for the bout. Baseball's Big Six ship of the North American con- tinent. The question of whether the North America title series will be played is up to the winner of the Allan cup, "either Calgary Stam- peders or Hamilton Tigers, and the _, _. _ International Ice Hockey associ- (Bv The Associated Press.) ation -hose sanction uiil be re- (Three leaders in eacn quested. G AB R. H Pet j Hamilton has aireadv expressed Weitelmann. Braves n 2 8 Ail. willingness to to the coast Keller. Yankees... 7 21 9 9 429 j while caigary has Pesky. Red Sox 10 38 12 IS t21 cot commented on the proposal. BLONDIE THE LOST "CORD" Registered U.S. Fateue OJSce By Chic Young SAYl WHAT A W-iAT- BLE C2EAM- C WS3E I WAS I'D DCJNG? TO r DONALD DUCK THE EiTES HAVE IT Registered TLS. Patent OSce By Walt Disney Reiser. Dodgers---- Stephens Browns.. Gustine. Pirates 9 32 8 13 .405, 7 25 1 10 .400 6 18 3 7 383 Fastball Practice Rough Riders To Meet Edmonton AH the boys of the Lethbridge i EDMONTON. April Collegiate who are interested in i gina Rough Riders will oatf.e an trying out for the City League Edmonton entry in a Western Can- ju'mor fastball team are asked to ada rugby football game here on. turn out for a practice on the L.CJ. Thar.ksgivir.g Day. Moe iJeberman. diamond. Mondav. at pjn. president of the Edmonton club, an- This notice applies to any boy. age nounced following a meeting here or class grading does not matter. A i Thursday. large turnout should be and is i Tentative league needed on Monday to give -hs W.C-RF.U. mecUr.g in school the necessarv support. Caigary last will ?r.e Ed- monton fans an eight-game scne- SUNDAY PRACTICE 4IAWKINSON TREADS WHICH, 1EUUSE OF THE OF AFflKATIOK LAST RUN COOLER A GIVE BITTER TRACTION MM- RJMjL JtfJ McArthur's Generals will a aractice on Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock on the 4th Ave. side of the barracks. Any wishing to try out are most weicome. Coaches Dave Hurst and Chick Mac- intosh will be in charge. In four horns garnes they will be able to look it each of the other Van- couver and Vanco'i- opening the home schedule here on Aug. 31. TOM'S TIRE SHOP 518-5th St., Lethbndire. Phone 2223 EXCLUSIVE REFRESENTATIVES FOR SOUTHERN ALBERTA EATON'S GIRLS' PRACTICE Eaton's girls' fastball team will held a nractice Suncay at trie Sixth dia- rnond. at 2 pm. AH interested on the torn are ask- ed to tttrr. out. WOOIAVORTH'E PRACTICE The WooVvorth's cirls' fastball tcarr wjli bold a practice Rt he Sixth Av- enue barracKs sjrounds af. Sundav. Girls are urged to turn out. GIVEN MEET WINNIPEG. Apni 27 A mecTir.g of the Canadian Axaaicur Swimming Association here last LI'L ABNER YOU TAKE THE LOW ROAD! By Al Capp SHOULD I SACK UP MOREl'N VCU THERE'S ONSIX ONE TSE1TTLE IT AM' SQLJARE. VE'UL TOSS A TAILS KEADS L1NJL.UCKV.7' BRiCK BRADFORD-And the Queen ot iltons centennal celebrvjon the first week in LADIES' PRACTICE Safewav's fastball team will practice at 12 30 p m, Sunday, at the R C. M P. barracks here. STEEP WAGER ON RACE "DOWN UNDER" SYDNEY. 27 meuter? recf-'C cash nager 53000 :o to was when Duke a hot favorite, was braun oy Tyr.e- dale in the second FiarSela handi- cap at Rand-Rick here. The unlucky punier v.as a prom- inent business man and a keen lower of racing. The bookmaker, congratulated OP his deal, smiling- y said: "It's about time I got back from him He has won and in the last S.LX weeks." WHERE A2E VOU TAK1HS CUSP HANDS .YOU TWO, DONT LET GO' By WILLIAM RITT and CLARENCE GRAY QW, '.TS GETTiMS LISHTA6AS.S.' WHAT DOES THIS MEAN? IT MEANS THE MOON BEEH SET FREE OF HER AND UST TYRANT, FOREVER.' j------.... NEWSPAPER! ;