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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JUNE TWIG FEXW1CK 'i HE big Hockey story vie fcaie oeeii so telijcu for the pas; !ne uas the one ;ou read lass. Saturday: tae owe about Sweeney Schnaer being signed as coach, for ihe local team next We are sorry lie couldn't tell jou about it soon- er bus, asked to keep our limber tongue quiet until he acnuaHy signed, sealed and de- inercc. as it nere. Is was tough, but ue did it. There isn't, much to say about Scanner thai, nasu's already been Lethbridge Back In West Hockey Loop Hockey Teams Now Entered HERALD SPORTS PXGE KDfl Room and Board by news was the order the weekend for local hockey lans. Sweeney Schriner, one of the mast effective forwmnb in hockey iras signed as coach the Lethbridge team, and the team itself was grant- ed entry to the Western Can- ada Senior Hockey League- There would undoubtedly be dancing in the streets U this was October instead of June. Shortly after Gordon Frisby, man- ager ol'Sick's Brewery, said. ever, do feel that 1 annouiiced the appointment ol: cis presence as the helm of oar j former Maple and New zeaai nesi jear -nUl guarantee star as coach ef the well -Rin a feiar games at least. Bre-a-ery-spossored leeus. oSicials OS the auesided the cn- iiual meeting of the Western League in Calgary- Among those atienn- las: sentence is a gross un- were Scanner, ss all StEos-, is ing she meeting prooaoiy orj? of uie most, popular from Edmonton. Reguia. Sas- liockey plajers to con skates. kstoon. and. of Calgary. He is w ell-liked bj piijers as well j The highligat of the daj-long as by fans. He should have no j meeimg was the announcemeiic that trouole. therefore, rouacuug logeih- er a corking good team. We mould eien go so far as to say that there must be vouia gne loeir eje- teeih 10 be coached bv a man of expenence. He should haie flocks ol enquiries from them. Swetney nasn had much entry oeen ac- cepted and that there Troula conse- be a Sie-ieam league next. a lot of joung hockey I the other four teams rep- resenting Edmonton. Sas- katoon and Regica. 20 HOME GAMES It ivas also decided that It be noted that in 1944-45 he in only 26 games, and aver- aged 1.5 points in each one of thera. It will also be noied that he scored 20 jr more goals in file seasons, thst he is a memoer of the 200-goal ciub. the 200-assist. club, and the 409- iwuxt club. Few players in the his- tory of modern hcck.ey managed to garner such a record in calj len end a half seasons of plav. ATM A RADiO AKKCXJN7KER., BUT I coaching experience, his iears in Tne schedule ir.e XJii. scould make it easy for by men Ked iJuno is learning a and a lot of systems. Schriner, is only 33. has lots j oi o. no later end on Feb. 28. LeihbricJge in all nrcbability will play her first. few league games from home. J Another highlight of the meeting the re-election of D. P. McDon- ald. Calgary, as league president. Also elected X. J. Taylor, Re- as vice-president, and "W. G Cardinals Lose Most Home Games Bx- JOE REICHLER (Associated Writer.'' to TSUI at honie may j cause the pre-season favorite St. j Louis Cardinals to up among' the also-rans in the National lea-' gue pennant chase Including yes- terdaj's double loss to New York Giants, fthich dropped them games behind the pacc-settmg Brooklyn Dodgers, tne Red Birds have '.von only six games at Sports- losses points FATE KJT AN Y :D I HAVE Bur A Ktw Miners Lose Two Ball Games To lat B? HERS TVANSOP. Despite the fair pitching of Stan; A Cbemasks, Dutch Eolaaan acd i Mat? Slartcii. and the, ff a-oinic battlcg of Preddj Oc.ofr> 41 chuk, -Kbo nit safely five uaaes in, eigai trips to tlie plate. Miners treat do-An to a double de-, wnen they -aere edged out 7-5 j in both games ov the Medicine Hat Tigers at tfae 'Hat Errors m -aere wha- spelled doom for 'he Miners. The-. i committed seven buagZes and each bungle glared telLng effect at POSTPONE BALI. GAMES As K. rrasalt of Sunday's sudden vwuiburst. local fastball association officials decided that scheduled games would cot be played Morday due to the poor condition cf the dia- mond at tne new Henderson Park Baseball stadium. Plav TSUI resume as soon as con- ditions permit. PINCHER GOLFERS WIN de frcca that txrJj gazaes were i croird-lpJcasers. the Tigers i eosnjng UP tiie seeced ex-ra marker in the tenth -so tafee tiie afternoon af'air. and the Miners BAALIM "A" A sparil-ag round of 73 Booby Dunlot> Cour.trr C'.ub IITIJLS pared on the Baseball National League winter. Kews that he tfas so be in uniform nould pack the Arena to ihe raiiers and would ao the chances of the ream more than a litrle good. McSpaden Scores Seven-Under-Par MAMA3OSECX. N.Y.. June McSpadea of Sanford. N.Y., electnSed the gallerv at the Winged Foot golf club Saturday by finng a 65, seven under par and equal 10 the course record, in the fourth round of the Goodal! round-robin. "With that score he beas Byron Nelson, two up, on the 'atter's 63, and Sam, uo, on a 72- BOW ISLAXD WINS PAIR BALL GA3IES BOW ISLAND. (HNS) Many Bow islanders attended the celebrations at Taber and Foremost on May 24th. The girls' senior soiiball team piajed at Foremost, and trere very proud to repors hav- ing won both of their games. represented the Lethtnage club. SCHKIXEK'S RECORD Follo'ATne is the comnlete N record of Dave "Sweeney Schriner, nen, coach of the Lethbridge senior hockev club. His record for 1945-46 is not official, only approximate: PlayoE Season Record G. A. TJ'J'en. 18 22 40 6 Record G. 1934-35 1935-36 3936-37 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 J942-43 1943-44 3944-45 1945-46 19 21 21 13 11 24 20 19 26 25 17 31 15 14 16 17 45 8 46 17 33 22 44 20 26 10 33 6 35 21 35 13 in armed forces. 22 15 37 10 3 13 3 21 Totals 201 206 407133 13 11 29 Tn 1934-35 Schriner was awarded Calder Tronhy as outstanding rookie of the year. He was scoring chamnion in 1S35-36 and 1936-37. He WES second in the scoring race in 1938-39. These years he played for New York Americans. He sigaed a Maple Leaf contract in 1939. Itchiag, Burning, Stinging Eczema or Salt Rheum Eczema, or sait rheum as it is commonly called, Is one of the most painful of ail skin troubles. The intense burning, itching and smarting, espe- cially st nisht, or when the affected part is exposed to heat, or the hands placed in hot -water are most un- bearable, and relief is gladly welcomed. The relief offered by Burdock Blood Bitters is based oa the knowledge that such ailments as eczema, and other skm troubles, are caused by an impure blood condition. Bring about inner cleanliness by using B.B.B. to help cleanse the blood of its imnunties. Ask at any drug counter for B. B. B. Price s bottle. Tie T. SEHrani Co, Toronto. Out 6. 2; Chicago 3. 8. Philadelphia 1. 10; Pittsourgh s, 3. Brooklyn 2. 1. Cmciimau I. 0. New York 1. 7: st Louis 0 S SATURDAY GAMES Boston 3. Chicago 6. Brooklyn 4. Cincinnati 5. Two games postponed. American League Never has a pennant winner lost a majority of its games on its home grounds. Failure of the Cards to j win at home has baseball sages puzzled since the Red Birds have been little short of sensational on the road they've triumphed in 17 of 24 contests "for a .703 "per- centage. A pair of former Blattner and V.'alker i the Cardinals Blattner j scored the onlv run in the opener SUNDAY GA5EES tthich the Giants won. 1-0. and: Detroit 10. Washington 2 homered in the llth inning of the i Three double-headers postponed.' nightcap to give the New Yorkers' SATURDAY G.AMES a 7-6 decision. Ea-lier in the after- Cleveland 4. Philadelphia 10. piece. Walker Cooper, for whom, the St. Louis 4, New York 3. Giants paid the Cards S175.0QO last winrer. slammed a home run with the bases fulL BROOKLYN TAKES TWO Getting superlative pitching from j Les Webber. Art Heenng and Hugh j Casey. Brooklyn gained two games on the" Cards by defeating Cincinnati Reds. 2-1 and 1-0. In the only American league game otners were washed out by Tigers walloped Wash- ington Senators. 10-2, as Hal New- Jiouser, brilliant Bengal southpau. fanned 13 Newhcuser became the first major league pitcher to nine games this seasoc. Chicago Cubs moved into a third j place tie with the Reds by dividing a doubleheader Boston Braves. The Braves, Mort Cooper notching, his third win. uon the opener, 6-3, and the Cubs captured the nightcap. 8-2. Assault Becomes Triple-Crown King NSW YORK. June 3 Clubfoot Comet from the opes. sizzling came the seventh irSpIe-crown king of the :urf Saturday ov mr.rir-sc away with tne Belmont stages in his greatest job of galloping. Roared 10 the bv a crowd of 43.599. the cnamp ice de- Detroit 3 Washington 5. Chicago at Boston, rain. International SUNDAY GAMES Montreal 2. 4. Syracuse 3. 5. Baltimore 1. 3; Rochester 2. 9. Two double-headers DOStooned- SATURDAY GAMES Buffalo 12. 2: Toronto 0. 0. inree games postponed. American Assn. Pittsburgh had to be satisfied with a split m its twin bill with Philadel- phia Phillies, winning the opener 5-1. The Phils came back with a seven-run seventh, inning in the finale to win, 10-3. School Track Meet Now Set For June 5 MILK: CHNS> The school track meet of the four schools, Courts. Warner, Miifc River and Wrentham. scheduled to be j held Fnday. May 31, has been 0ost- j poned to June 5. at Shacy Nook. j Due to new roses, and the ram, I Wrentham contestants were unable to set to the main highwavs. A MEDAL SHOULD BE STRUCK in honour of the Davenport Lounge! Acute though the housing situation may be, the versatile Davenport lounse has made it possible for thousands of Canadians to "double up" with a minimum of discomfort and inconvenience. Distinctive and smart. By lounge that will enhance the appearance of any room. By night comfortable, full-sized bed. f t inis veteran or war and peace has enabled countless peoole to make a home in restricted soace. PARKHILL DAVENPORTS Available at Furnilurc and Department Stores throughout cstcrn Canada SUNDAY GAMES Columbus 4. Milwaukee 3 Toledo 3. St Paul 6. Tnaianapolis 8. Minneapolis 2. Louisville 5, Kansas City 8. SATURDAY GAMES Indianapolis 3. Muineanolis 1. Louisville 0. Kansas 2. Toledo 8 St. Paul 9. Columbus at Milwaukee, cold. Pacific Coast STJNDAY GA3S3 San Francisco Hollywood 4.3 Los Angeles 12. Oakland 2. 2. Portland 5, 2; San Dieso 2. 4. Seattle 3. 1- Sacrmento 4, 0. SATURDAY GAMES Seattle 1. Sacramento 2 San Francisco 0. Hollywood 2. Portland 2. San Diego 8 Los Angeles 2, Oakland S BOWLING Results Consolation prize winners, totals for three games' Vendors. 3039. Consumers. 3019; SUison Mills, 3007; Columbus Club. 2964: Batons. 2915: Eorne and Pitfield 2894: Advance Lumber Co., 2744, Sack's Enterprises. 2658. Gas Co., 2565, Post Office. 2526 Tuesday Garnet 7.00 pm. Quints vs Spitfires Bombers vs. Diamond E. Stickers vs. Grenadiers Lusxntes vs Canadians. Wings vs. Radars. p.m. Robots vs Dodgers. Commandos vs. Hits and Misses. Greyhounds rs Superiors. Comets vs. Cardinals. Cateih's vs. Shamrocks. Jianine of the nightcap. j Leftr Slarsch. chased from the bos in the first .nmng cf 1 the opener, came 10 I Dutcn Holman a: nignt and whiffed six of the batters tr.a- faced I him. out the Miners couldn't pust the said runs around the bases to give SLivicn a iictory. Miners notched runs sa the and four runs in tre of the afternoon contest, bui fcur nits. a bad error and gave the TSgers fi'.e runi in tneir naif cf the innings, an error paved the- is ay for another marser in tne ninth and a. three-base and a smgie'cn in :he tenta up the con-est for the Errors in tae clutches sail pur- sued the Miners in the Two errors and a hit gave tne Tigers two rues in the initial in- nmg They harvested three more jy Dunlop Torn d Dr. Vf. Ponech ge in a Sun- and WlUigar cloesd out Ponecn and Fauces on the green a score of lorc-e up and Columbus QOD Scores y Shrtort SteEar pltchin? by Joan Ontio s and good base OB 01 his teammates, gave Coltuobcw Club Juniors a. 3 to 0 victory over the Nantoc. -Juniors Sunday -when they played a seven game at i Adams Park before a, crowd of pro-dmately 1500 fans 1 A dcuKeheader had been pta- i ned, bus a sudden rain storm raine< game in the serenta S mrSng and made play oa the I rnond Impossible for the nightcap. Both teasxs appeared to iacfc prae- tlce. but. the brand of ball display- ed. b? the Colurcbtis Clab in the three innnsts. proved to the crowd of fans that this city has "en1: junior baseball club. Kipnorr of the soorts- tfce city shosld c--.it. -op-fiish- ball players for ius- iir0 senior clubs. ColunrtKis Club Trill play retara games at Nar.ton m the near future. Score of tstSxxs' H H 2 Karton 000 1 2 Club 303 000 T 0 Naa'on. Hawk and Kach- CoSumbus CUlb, British Next week Don SOT ar.d Phil of the lethorldgs _ Ccun'rv C'uo Jourr.e-? -o _ AmatCUr four-ball charnpsoris -'ill defers the" ti'le of 'Jiv poor in? conditions at P-.ncher Creex for Vic the aatZi- bcr. -xho was unable to play. LADY NELSON DOCKS HALIFAX. June Lady, las; slaved oefore formed foot came from far back to runs in the fifth, and an error plus waltz to the wire bv three lergSis some infield jugglery handed them Xelson docked here Sunday over Natchez in a show of newer' two more runs in the se-.enrh. be- to Canada war bndes and chil- that made his Kentucky Derbv and Matt Slavich tooi er from I dren and S2 service personnel. Preakness prancing look Hie "cake-' Dutch Eohnan. "s-ers notched three runs in the one m the second, another in the fourth and completed nightcap scoring witn a three- hit by Steve Smerek and Ne- t's single in the seventh frame. The linescores: First game: B. H. S. I Miners 200 004 000 9 3 LOMOND, BOW CITY OC1 1-7 11 4 WIN GAMES Toccoli; LOMOND. There I P'gtsicy Bray aad TeeL were ball games in Bow City on second game- R K. S. Sundav Teams were Bow City and 310 100 100-6 7 4 Lomon'd. The men's baseoail scores 8 3 were: Lomond 14. Bow Citv 8.! c Hodman. Slavics and Tcccoh; Lacies' softball scores were Bow and TeeL City 18, Lomond 13. SOCTHPORT Lancashire. land. Jimmy became the fust posr- i British amateur golf champion Saturday, defeating California-bom Robert Sweenv 4 and 2 ai thef36- j final. Eruen a "bor s-ar" cf 10 years aeo who was defeated in the 1S39 his a dazzling display cf p in heaw rain. i A field of Lord EosweU and ir. wus longest of ail classic grinds for three year olds. WmtiSelds, owned by E. P. Taylor of Toronto, was scratched. j RAIVS HALT CRICKET LONDON. June Raia interfered the cncier program Sa-urday and neither match arranged for London (Mid- j Pagan Star Wins ChinookHandicap versus Lancashire fai okowks. Alta.." won 'the frt I _ RAINS FORCE POSTPONEMENT GOODALL GOLF TOURNAMENT N.Y.. June all-night ram that contin- ued through the morning and into Ihe afternoon Sunday forcea post- ponement of the Sral two rounds in the 510.000 Goodall round-robin golf toumainent until Tuesday. Pagan Star took command in the run down the back stretch aad beat i the K and S Stable's Korsway by, lengths Depressor was third. Nancv Sue Top Noce coinbin- ed for first and second race -vicicries j and an S81 45 daily double. j WiEgawav made the cace from start to fiTi-sh to wiri "the third heat. Moose Jaw was the leader all the way !a the fourth. Albert, papa! He's found out we always have Fort Garry Coffee for Irish Golfer Leads In O.C. Tournament SOtfTHPORT. Lancashire. Eng., June Bruen. msxirance salesman from Cork Eire, todav TAas two UD at the halfway stase of his 35-hole British amateur golf championship final against Robert. Sweenj of Pasadena. Calif. Bruen. who anpeared to be hook- ing his shots at the start, went ahead at ths seienrh. where his opponent overran the hole with a shot from jus: off green The next, holes were halved. Sweeny took the 15th Bruen won the nest two and the 18th was halved. Bruen uas around ia. 74, Sweeny in 76. WEIGHT LIFTER HOISTS 217 POUNDS DETROIT, June Depietro four-foot six-inch me- chanic from Hollywood, Calif es- tablished an American record for h.s c'ass here Saturnav bv lifting 217 pounds in ;ne press as he re- tained nk. 323-pourd national AAU title by hoat- sng 640 pounds m three 80 ARK H ILL REDDING I T1VI1TED, Minora Blades SPEED UP SHAVING Minora gives you quicker shoves ordinary double-edgft razor blades. It's the quality In fow price Fits your xon Registered T7.S. Patent Office I MIGHT AS WS PRESS CWGWOODS TROUSERS, VVHLE I HAVE THE DONALD Walt Disney Registered TT-S. Patent Officm 9OV, 3EHi SO E... Al Capp RU.-v.OR S_-i CUNC IS BRICK BRADFORD-And the Witch Doctor of Wanchi IWINNIPEC BRADFORD JUXE SAilSBLRY, HAVING JUST CETURNED TO THE EAKTM iN ADVESTU2E ON THE MOOM, ARE NOW ATTEMPTING TO FLY BACK TOTHE OWED STATES SNA JET PLANE OF RADICAL DES5SH. WTTH ARE By WILLIAM RiTT and CLARENCE GRAT SAKDY PRESTON, A SiRlTWEY FCUNO L5V1KG WITH A G5JOUP OF SCIENTISTS HER FATHER, WHO HAD ESTABLISHED A COLONY ON THE MOOM. THE JET HAS JUST QUIT ITS BASE IN THE ANTARCTIC AND IS F THE SOUTHERN TIP OF AFRICA ;