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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNE 1.194H OUT ON A wu i TWIG with LOttTMER FEXWICK A BIT OF OT much news in the local sports world .these days, wiih the ram, but nevertheless if it doesn't douse us any more curing the tnere wii be tacioali xanws at aenwa Stadium, a couple of junior games at fark lea- tunng the local Columbus Clufc and an from. Nanton 8 Major League rdtsWonBylRun Bv JOE RE3CHLER (Associated Press Sport Writer.) If winning one-run ball games means a pennant as John McGraw used to say when the immortal Giant manager was the toast of New York, the first-place Boston Red Sox and the second-place St. Louis Cardinals are world series bound. As most of the big league clubE resumed operations today following {jilt! a of New York Yan- i----- Philadelphia Athletics survey of the first quarter of the major league races revealed that of 301 games placed 88 have been decided by a single tally. SOX. HAVE RECORD Joe Cream's rampant Red Sox. currently pacing the American lea- gue by six games, have the bes- Seven Persons Team Wins Ball Game SEVEN PERSONS. (ENS) Many from this district attended the sports day held ,at Whitla on Victoria Day. The local nine BOB. the ball game 13-7. Again on Sun- day tney tangled with the Whitla aggregation and won again, this time by one run. A large crowd in attendance. SPORTS DAY, DANCE HELD AT ARMADA LOMOND. (HNS) There was a sports oar held in Armada on May 2V Sports and ball -games continued all afternoon and dance was held at night. a big at Mcauuie Bat should run their winning streak to six golf courses shoula be jammed again and the same goes lor the courts this af- ternoon Assault will be iryJBg to become the sixth horse in hisiorj to win the Kentucky Derby, the and tne JttclxnoBt alakes when he takes on the year's best record" of pulling those tight ones at Belmons. in- out of the fire. Tney have won nine eluded m the field with hiai will be------------ Spy Song, Hampden, winner of last Saturday, s Withers Mile, Lord Bus- well. 3iist O'Gold, Kippey and Natchez can take jour and jou will probably be wrong because they're ail capable of win- ning just to show joa that we have not taken our lass few predictions to heart, here are our choices for the big.race: U) Assault. in the Srsr juiio" basebaii he was beating 3ab iJoct- of the season. Two smart teams are Somery a couple of years age. Greco. scheculed to a doubleheader I rough ctistcmer ba: his Adams Park ciamond the j hardest blows made little iinpres- me at 2 3O DJK. on Jacfc aati his ttsajcs was .t all first game ind the second at S 30 The Lelhbncge Jurjors. Mho ixay off. -t HiiJwCieiMru syuttv. A-I j f the Clubfoo: Comet had to do 10 a fir.e display last year in I WARNER AND RAYMOND collect was to show up. i vear P-3'. even to the ex-' TEAMS WIN collec The winner of up, the Kentucky j tea: of defeaung Don present Bob Patterson is leading yis Bernie Tr-oue" with a pound i ln the scorutS-. Gordv Da- I lodges are urged to turn cut. r. next i M amact a crowd of 50000 WARNER, The ball Derby ana Preakness easily was the j baseoaU teams, can be counwd on games of May 24 were well attend- i favorite Jn the field of ter. indue- 10 cSer a r.r.e style of bail. cd. :he game at 1 30 Raymond ITU; one Canadian, for the 78th run- i Nar.tosi team is to be a i wir-jung over New 4-2. The i gem" of the triple crown, expected be wrong :n expecting a '.Vrpn.Iiarn and Warrer, resulted in iEame a score of 2-1 in favor of Warner. On a recent trip to _ Williams j won and the 12 points put them level with Middlesex at the head of the championship race. The Lethbridge Sand and Gravel Co. offers you at very reasonable prices Washed Sand and Gravel -for Concrete, Roads, Asphalt, Stucco, Roofing, Etc. The best is the cheapest. Phone 3610. Prompt delivery. Chns Jesperson. OlUe Jes- person, Walter Giumick. Sil Bonetti and ilike Bartura caugnt thirty bad zor a day's fishing it? j Pheasants are hatching in the' Taber area and one clucca sighted cad 20 young birds. Mr. De Veuer, superintendent of Waterton _Lakes tars advises that around joung cutthroat and rainbow trout wul be placed in tne JFark lakes and streams rhis year. Also that Dr. V. E. Soloman, Lem- noiogist for the Dominion National Parks Bureau, will ie at the park this jear studying all lakes ana waters and feed conditions Dr. Soloman is a specialist in Xish life and we hope that while he is in our locality he will our members with a lecture. II will be worth hearing. air. De Veber says that deer are abundant in the park rhw spring and thats heep in fair numbers can be seen m the Pass Creek area. A gnzzly bear wag sighted in the camp" sire, and anoiner was soon on the golf course. The trout season in our streams opens on June 16. Better check your equipment now! Go over it all thoroughly and it will save a lot of valuable time whea you hit jour favorite bit of water. I 1NCZ KV Vj "77s" Win In Bowling League Thursday evening Alex Srowden's Seventy-Sevens won the top spot in the men's Commercial Bowling League, when they met the winners of the first half of the league play, 'ilikes The top man for the Seventj Sevens was Billy Persley, wno got high for five, 1227. and also high singles, 308. Floyd Barnes was a close second with 1216. and really sho-ved gooa form, in his bowling. After the- first game. Seventy- Sevens were always ahead and j Mikes coulq do no better than to win the third game by a narrow Here's a Tip! For the Home Lawn, Garden I or Sportsman FOLDING COTS All metal frame, as illustrat- ed. Complete with spnng- fiiled felt mattress, ideal for cottage or spare room LAWN CHAIRS Unpaintsd. in single and double Cape Cod design, as illustrated Small single C9 OC _ Small double Standard single Standard double Metal Chairs As illustrated, ideal for verandahs and lawns; finished in red and black en- amel Limited quantity nauress. ideal lor Wire Lawn RAKES Replaces bamboo type: ex- cellent stimulator for lawn. Light weignt, Special Garden FLASHLIGHTS Cultivators Aluminum case, n on break able lens spot light. Complete with, batteries Tennis Racquets Famous BenUcy make POT the giHirer or professional. COLUMBIA 55 5Q Adjustable teeth; an excellent tool for small gardens Seeps down weeds. 3-tine 5-tine WE DELIVER! BLLE Kou Always Do Better! 806 333 907 i 913! 8611 Results Ladies A: Stickers Dodgers E. Vaselenak 209. Comets 832 767 Canadians 872 S73 Lois Horn 241, Ball 204, Ward 203. Lieu ell vn 206. Radars Cardinals 889 Caiers 219. Snow 210, Pisk Chapman 245. Catellis Robots .......826 loaning 281. 220, Caofrr: 215. Withage 263. _ Quints __ 854 823 j Shamrocks defaulted. Barton 223. Superiors............ 833 885 j Commandos .......1023 870 j Watkins 213, Bablck 244, Zuback! 213. Greyhounds.......... 774 706 Lusferites...........1026 1047 Vaselenak 239, 1L George 250, H. George 227. SpitSres.............. 835 Bomoers default D Turcotte 235. Wings 744 Hits and Misses 87S M Brown 1S6. Diamond S 825 Grenadiers 649 202. 902 SG7 897; 616 673' Baseball National League Cincinnati at Chicago, rain. Xo other games scheduled, American League Philadelphia (Only 1, Xew York 8. International Kewark 11. Jersey City 4. Montreal at Rochester, Toronto at Buffalo, cold. American Assn. Milwaukee 5, Kansas City 4. Pacific Coast Seattle 0. Sacramento 6. VACXHALL WINS BALI. GAME VAUXHALL. GENERAL WELDIXG We have portable equipment for all work. It is our intention to manufac- ture low pressure heating boilers when steel equipment are available. Liberty Welding Boiler Works 140Z-2nd Ave. S. Phone 3921 Office Res. M4702 CALGARY WJ.01S AUTO WHEEL REPAIRS DISTRIBUTORS You can now change your TRACTOR FROM STEEL TO RUBBER We can snpply WIDE-BVSE RIMS A- WHEELS (for loajer tire mileage) Together With Expert Service. Also Truck Wheels Rims. Pass- enger Wheels. TraUer Axles and TActor Kims. ABENDS 60S FIRST ST. EAST M4702 PUT NEW TIRES ON YOUR CAR TRUCK AND TRACTOR! SAFETY AND ENDURANCE during the coming months of constant usage and hot weather! Nothing gives you such a satisfying feeling of security as the knowledge that your tires are dependable and safe! We have a good supply of Firestone and Atlas tires. GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES LIMITED 1621 THIRD AVENUE S. LETHBRIDGE Chic Young- Registered U-S- Paten; ALEXANDER. WIU-XXJPLEA5S MV SHOES UPSTAIRS FOE? ME? DASWCCG WILL. XX! PLEASE TAKE THESE UFSTATJs FOR ME? MAMA. WILL MX! AXE SHOES? JJOXALD Walt Disney Hegistercd UJS. Offics tJX AI DON Key MAN --TH WAVE DONE MAH EbRlDES PTTCHER 1M TH' SHARK'S FACE. LIKE A ROCK OF (UGH'.') SO IS THAT SHARK .I'' BRICK BRADFORD-And the Queen of Niqhf By WiLUAM R1TT and CLARENCE GRAYx WHAT'5TK5S? IS FILLED WJTH ;