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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JUNE TWIG with LOREUEB FESWICK B A BIT OF EVERYTHING EX UOGAN is well anead ol BVKON NELSON in the pro goli money derby and is fav- American Open ored to next week as Cleveland on the oilier hand Dick Burton, the English pro. has vet to win a match he nas lots. ei.eryj Night Injuries Cat Tiger Ranks By JACK HAND (Associated Press Sports. Writer.) Detroit's hopes of repeating as American league and world cham- pions were slim today as the result of a series of night game injuries that sidelined such key men as cen- trefielder Hoot Evers, second base- man Eddie Mayo and pitcher Stubby Overmire for "from 10 days to two weeks." Evers appeared well on his way in the Open tie Sehriner story Baseball National League York 5. SL Louis 4. Philadelphia 8. Pittsburgh 4 American League Chicago 1. 2; Boston 6, 5. St. Louis 2, New York 12. Cleveland 2; Philadelphia 5. 3. Detroit 4, Washington 7. International Buffalo 2, Newark 0. Montreal 6. Syracuse 4. Toronto 11. Jersey City 13. ing ine news a big play with- in a feiv iveeks should be able w> anaounee me acquisition ol a chest and his left thigh. Both Evers and Mayo were car- ried oS the 5eld on stretchers and rei.E. team j rushed to hospital. They crashed UeraTd-Eaton folf tournanien'. while running down Dutch Leon- cancelled due to- weather ecu- i arcs snort 8y. ditioas and will be held next Sun- Mayo, a key man in the Tiger dav in Blairmore. Bobo infield, had been slowed down .1." m o htl? Oi the Philadelphia Athletic cut-up, is credited the rciEJirk of the week: takes me three strikes a leg injury but was the "life" of the ball club and an important factor in their flag chances. American Louisville 3. Milwaukee 3. Toledo 2-6; Kansas City 5-0. Columbus 4. Minneapolis 7. Indianapolis 3, St. Paul 9. HERALD SPORTS PAGE NIKE Room and Board Commence Play For Herald Trophy "he complained, i Overmire spramed his left hand i "bus. it oalv takes Shaggy-Brows j jhding into second base in the fifth j Play for the new Hera.d Lewis one iirike to put men inning of the ball game and had between teams of the Lethbndze j 'Golf Club and the Letnbridge j Country Club will commence Sun- j LJUD5HJJ> 'W_ 86 6RATEFULTO M3U FOR. BtMMG MS A SSTOr -WHENEVER. SPEAK SOULWG OPT PORCELAW PRAISE OF MCSLEAlO CHALLENGER Billy Conn Say i Garnet Resume, {Henderson Stadium Written for the Associated Press i 3y EHiT CONN GREENWOOD LAKE. N.f June I think I knovr -a'hat Joe LCUJS nas in the back of his mirid- He probably will attempt to force the Sght and try for an earl? knock- out. I am going to have scrubbing J to say about thai. Hoi-eier, I'll -A-ait until the bell rings June 19. I know I'll be ready. j_ J Last tune "ae fought I go; careless gTl- I and tried to inoci him out. You what happened. When I first weighed myself af- 3S years in the army I scaled' pounds. Now I'm down to 184; Fastball resume tonight, Tuesday, at the Fast- ball Stadium, after several day's delay in scheduled play due to recent heavy rains. Xbe diamond is in first class shape and games will start at P-m. The second game of the double- header will be played under the IloodU-hts. First game Is between Sea and the No. 3 Dpdjters. while the- veeond game will fea- ture VCoolworth Babes and Safeway Royals. CHAMPION Joe Louis Says- CVVnttes for Tiie Associated bv JOE POMFTOX 1ASBS, K Jane 4. I Conn Jane 13 for the second time I plan !to carry the fight; all tbewy- 1 By that" I mean going at top speea. 1 I know I can do it. My meeting with Billy taught me that voa can't let up lor i second oecause- a. good boxer. He forced the action quite a blE jiast time. This lane rtt do tae I leading. i I're enjoyed every bit of my j training: here, methodical as It may i sound. isp a; six every moraia? six miles of roacworfc. IS, Wins Sunset Purse vantage on Joe. Tie last time vre met he had more than 30 pounds on me. He'll thjt much in his Javor again bat don't forget that Louss _________ _ Traiiier Manny Session is Tell 1 pleased -antii my" progress and rat CALGARY. June glad to know that because I sever Jahoce o-wred. by H. J. Percy of; felt better. 32 and. Alta.. won the! i weigh 215 pounds now bat ex- I won't be 29 until Oct. 8- Tliat; sunset parse, feature race on Mon- oect to be abearc or 210. I weight might tell on him and the day's card, the ninth of the Chi- could ?ec down to less weight if believe arcana 'end jmng. My timing is setting bet- :he oper.ed up a ten-length in September if Mike Jacobs makes an the time and I'm hitting i lead and won har.dUy by two and the arrangements that way. Bus ter harder Boo Ferriss ot Boston Ked I lo leave with a 4-3 lead that shortly Sox and Hal Xewhouser of the Tigers have each won nine games already if they keep up the tame pace throughout the season they'll win easily thirty games apiece, a stunt that hasn't, been performed since the days of Dizzy bean the other day on the Lake course a Broun of ladies were driving oif tee when a mcst aggravating one of turned into a 7-4 Washington tri- umph. The victory lifted the Senators a full game ahead of the Tigers in their third place scrap. DOUBLE WIN Boston took a double triumph over Chicago's White Sox. 6-1 and 5-2. New York's Yankees turned on some old-fashioned" hits the fairway unfortunatelv a tree got in the way and threw tlse ball back for a loss of 75 yards the lady, very jit- tery, took two extra strokes to hole out. We nope you noticed that the three iiorses we picked to run one. two, three in the Beltnont Stakes did pretty well after all our first choice. Assault, came first, our second choice, Hampden, came fourth; our third choice. Natchez, came second tbinv of. the money we'd have won? Thinir hannonori UJU-litaiUUUCU annihilate St. Louis Browns, and Philadelphia split a pair the Athletics coming back to take the second, 3-2, after losing the opener, 6-5. Mel Ott's New York Giants made it three in a row over the Cardinals in St. Louis. Willard Marshall's ninth inning homer with Buddy Blattner on base saved the day for the Giants. 5-4. Annual Track Meet Held, Claresholm an- nual track meet of the Macleod School Division was held In Clares- holm on Friday and the Claresholm school won the shield for the total number of points scored. The Claresholm score was 269 and Mac- leod came nest with 193 points. Other scores were Granum 97, Stavely 66. Starline 44, Parkland 9, Alston 8, Clear Lake 6, Camforth 2. The Stariine School won the sne- cial award based on the number of points per pupil in attendance at tne schooL The grand aggregate award, for the boys went to Jay Jenkins of Clareshcim who scored 33 points out of a possible 35. June Stauffer of Claresholm and_ Vera Alurashat of Claresholm tied with 17 noints each for the grand aggregate award for the- girls. The grand aggre- gate awards are specially cups. The winners of each class will he presented with achievement medals. The winners of the medals are: Class A boys, Alfred Koblav, Macleod girls, Francina Mass, Mac- leod; Class B boys, Michael Dona- hue, Granum; girls, Eleanor Miller, Claresholm and Joan. lianings, Macleod Class C boys, Irvine Earbank. Claresholm; girls, June Stauffer, Claresholm; Class D bo vs. Edgar Fames, Stsvely; girls. Irene Hoffman, Stavely; Class E boys, Jay Jenkins, Claresholm; girls, Doreen L-innings, Macleod; Class F bovs, Elaine Hudson. Claresholm and Bob Hars, Macleod girls, Vera JIaurashat, Ciareshclm. Despite the overcast weather the contestants did very well. The events were announced over the public address system. A. J. Schmeidl, Clareshoim, vice-princi- pal, was in charge of the day. The Claresholm Home and School As- sociation, under the convenorship of Mrs. J. Onatt, served, lunch to the children. day. June 16, at the Country Club, it "was announced today by the governors of the trophy. Five singles matches of 36 holes duration will be played at that time. Foursomes win be played the following week- end. Captains of the two teams are requested-to turn in a list of their players as soon as possible. Monday, June 10, at the latest, to the Herald. The trophv, which has arrived in the city .will be on display within a few days. QUINQUENNIAL CENSUS HOW AND WHY IT IS TAKEN one-half ler.sths over the fast tlos- sow I'm the longest period Xoble Kuig. Antstersoa was Conn. ever had. That's the toughest of 3il3y _ of Joan !n best to make pay C.S. GOLFERS ENTER BRITISH TOURNAMENT S3-93- NSW YORK. June sen Little, who won British and United States amateur golf in both 1934 and 1935. and Jimmy De- Mills And Woodcock jsecor.d returned S71.7O wane tne Quinella of Duffy Craig and Mel- Tansle jn London lisse a. in the seventh was wonh, MJIUAUII j LONDOX. Jinr.c Woodcock aad Freddie MBls. Great Wylie Leading At Country Club the schedules for completeness and FIELD REDUCED TO 20 A. w A Britain's best pugilists who were de- i feated by Americans a ther lass The Phillies earned their fifth George Wylie led Country Club triumoh. in six games, drubbing I golfers in the qualifying round, Pittsburgh. 8-4. j Played.there Cal; Brooklyn, although idle along with' Boston. Chicago and Cincinnati, in- creased its first place National lea- gue margin to four full games by virtue of St. Louis' defeat. (48 Viet. c. This -quinquennial census was reneated for Manitcoa 1896. while in 1906 and again in 1916. 1926 and 1936 a similar an included also Saskatchewan I of the returns. accuracy o: the data entered before they are shipped to the Bureau of Statistics at Ottawa for compilation iiiliiUliCfc. and Alberta, which bad been, erect-1 _ Tte_ necessity proving .ha. Eriksson Studies Foremost Schools A- W. Eriksson, assistant profes- sor of physical education, tlniver- sitv of Alberts, a survey of the physical training in the schools of the Foremost school division, air. Eriksson visited cen- tralized schools at Foremost, Ala- sinasin, Coutts, Hoping, Crion, Con- quervUle and Bow Island. In addi- tion to watching classes in action Mr. Eriksson gave practical demon- strations to and held discussions with teacher groups on newer meth- ods in the, field of phvsical educa- tion. Mr. Eriksson stressed the import- ance of variety in the physical edu- cation classes. He urged that part of the ueriod be devoted to calis- thenics of the newer rhythmical type and that a diversity of activi- ties as tumbling, pyramid building, group games, and folk dancing be included as welL Mr. Eriksson expressed himself as being well pleased" with the progress in Foremost divisional schools in the field of physical education. Mr. Eriksson was brought down from the University of Alberta by the special invitation of the Fore- most divisional board in line with the board's policy to make avail- able to rural children the most ex- XNTEKKATION'AI. TENNIS PLAYERS NAMED LONDON, June Britain Monday named veteran Mrs._ Kay Stammers Menaes and five newcomers to the Wightman Cup tennis team which will oppose the United States net queens in a re- sumption of international compe- tition June 14 and 15. Others picked for the British team are Mrs" Jean Kicoll Bostock, Joan Curry. Molly Lincoln, Mrs. Betty Batt Passing- ham and Mrs. Mary "Whitemarsh Halford. CONCENTRATED 2-4-D Roy, Swancesky Defend Golf Trophy Don Rov and Dorothy Swancesky again were successful in their de- fence of the Moms and Barrett Mixed Two-Ball Trophy when they withstood the challenge of Ike Davidson and Madeleine Roy last Sundav over the Country Club They were two points the good at the end of the nine holes of play. Rifle Association Resumes Activities FOR EPSOM DOWNS DERBY LONDON. June Three more entries were scratched Mon- day, reducing the field for Wednes- __________ dav's renewal of the Derby at Ep- oTAil work should be as- 3cd Starway were scratched. Sir Wil- liam Cooke's Kappy Knight remain- ed a Srm 5 to i favorite for the 1'j-auie three-year-old classic. ST. LOUIS GIANTS SOLD TO BROWN DODGERS ST. LOUIS. June of an amendment to the Census j sioners, renders ceparture neces- in 1905 (o VLT, i sarv in many cases from the muci- the Statistics boundaries. .In all such cases, declares that "a census however, the division is effected in the entire roster of 14 players of the of oooulation and "gricuiture of the a way that permits compilation of j St. Louis -Giants, negro semi-pro Provf-ices of Manitoba, Saskatche- the results in the form required i baseball team, to Brooklyn Brows tiU wan and Alberta shall be taken for the purposes of oa a date in the month of June i Act. I; may be Oi in the Statistics interest to msn- or enumeration, areas in the three sus was originally vested in _the Deaartment of Agnculture (31 1863, c. 53, sec. In 1S12. how- ever, the Census and Statistics Of- fice, as established in 1905. was transferred to the Department of Trade and Commerce, to be merged subsequently in the Dominion Bu- meetiags in 1947. it was announced Prairie Provinces have proceeded. provinces. The foregoing statements will have given, an outline of what the Census is and of how it is carried out. It remains only to say that the whole has been planned with the utmost care and. therefore, the Dodgers of the TTnited States League was disclosed Monday. The price was not announced. LIVERPOOL FOOTBALLERS WELCOMED TORONTO TORONTO. June The BASEBALL. PRACTICE Lethbndge Miners' base- hail club will hold a practice tonight. Tuesday, at the Adams Park diamond. Prac- tice will get under way at 6.30 pin. nng outings, tangle in a 12-round. fl. j heavyweight ccnsoiatlon contest to- j eight. Most remarkable thing about i bout is the drawing power of losers. The last of the ringside (about S93) a was sold 10 dajs ago. The cheapest j tickets, lls Sd each, were grabbed as scon as they went on. sale. Liverpool football club, scheduled to! play the Ulster football team here Wednesday, was tendered a. civic welcome Monday night. of the census at the present. 1946 census of the Prairie Provinces tilae jn View of the problems of "THAT REMINDS M6-- HOUXM SROUND BLADES ARE FIfXIBLE THE at the Bisley meeting next month, because of insufficient time to make preparations, but it is hoped it will be possible to send team nest year. pert training and fields of education- advice in all O.C. Cricket Gets Underway Again LONDON, June Improved weather favored British cricket Monday, allowing continu- ance of matches started Saturday. One match was finished as Glamor- gan beat Sussex at Horsham by an innings and 130 runs mainly through brilliant bowling by Matthews who took six wickets for 13 runs and Judge who took four for 18. The two put Sussex out- for the season's lowest total to date. Sussex had to follow on in reply to the Welsh county's 263 and was all out again for 127. CANADIAN ENTRT OFF TO PLAY TOURNAMENT WINNIPEG. June H. L. Roy. former president of the Chess Federation of Canada, an- nounced Monday that Abe Yanofsky of Winnipeg will leave by plane. Aug. 3. to take part in the inter- national chess tournament in Hol- land Aug. 12 Sept. 7. .j. .j. .j. A JUNIOR BALL PRACTICE Interesting Sports Day Held At Fernie FSRXIE, large crowd gathered at the park grounds recently to witness the track meet between numerous schools in the East Kootenay district- A good crowd attended. The contestants from Creston car- ried home the honors in the most number of points. All events were keenly contested, and good sports- manship was in evidence through- out the entire afternoon. The Fernie Rodeo association -was in charge of the horse and democrat races, and a packed grandstand wit- nessed these exciting events. An Indian from the south country was the winner, although he had a close contestant in Jackie Cutts from Cokato. The stake and dude races were interesting and full o: excitement. Frank Vanterberg called the events and announced the winners. BOWLING NEWS A practice for the Colum- bus Club junior baseball club has been called for tonight. Tuesday, commencing at at the No. 3 diamond. Tonight's Games p.m. Quints vs. Spitfires. Bombers vs. Diamond E. Stickers vs. Grenadiers. Lastentes vs. Canadians. Wings Radars. p.m. Robots vs. Dodgers. Commandos Hits and Misses. Greyhounds vs. Superiors. Cornets vs. Cardinals. Cateili's vs. Shamrocks. p.m. Anameo vs. Safeways. Pin yps vs. Telephone Girls. Jokers vs. Kitson Kids. Eagles vs. Woolworths. Whosits vs. Zeros. TRUCK REPAIRS They Don't Come Too Large or Too Your truck has its part to play in keeping the wheels of reconversion turning. A "laid-up" truck can't do a job! No matter what's wrong with it we can fit it in tip-top running' order. Drive in today for complete check-up. NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS AND AUTO WRECKERS 313 Thirteenth Street North Phone 426? katchewaa and Aliberta and their general social and economic con- ditions. Businessmen will provide information on. the gainfully occu- pied population, the extent of un- emplovment and the earnings of wags-earners. School boards will obtain data regarding school and pre-schoo! population. Agricultur- ists will obtain valuable tion on farm population, farm values, acreage, crops, livestock, etc. Town claiming officials and others interested in housing problems wol procure valuable data on the kind of homes in which people live, the extent of over-crowding, and other basic housing facto. Every community has much to gain from such a survey. For ex- ample, it may be pointed out that census bulletins and reports pnntea after the results of the census be- come available will carry the figures for vour community as recorded at census. These figures will pro- vide basic information covering the census period on the personal and fainilv characteristics of the resi- dent "population, on housing, and the condition of agriculture in your municipahtv. SCOPE OF THE CENSUS Some indication of the scope of the present-day census has been given in the preceding paragraphs. and it can be observed that it deals not only with the people themselves, but directly with the people's insti- tutions and affairs insofar as they relate to the determuiation of the basic human and material resources of the nation. Jn 1946 Census of Population will collect information regarding the age, sex. marital status, birthplace, residence. lang- uage, nationality, education, occu- pations, employment and earnings of residents of the Prairie inces. The 1945 Census of Agricul- ture will secure information on the farm population, farm labor, farm acreage and tenure, farm values. farm machinery, farm indebtedness j and expenditures, condition of fann j land, nrcduction of cereal and root crops, farm livestock, poultry ar.d eggs, dairying, etc. The 1945 i of Housing will collect data, on I types of residence, materials of con- struction. rooms, 'and the adequacy of dwelling space. 1 enccs ana mortgages taxes, etc. The nousir.s Cen- CHAMPION WEN'S BASEBALL CHAMPION The Champion baseball team played a eamc on Sunday afternoon against the Carsland team and won with sus w.ll be taSen in c'.nes ar.d towns a score of 8-0 I S-Ot1" population and cner. _____________ HOW CENSUS IS TAKEN ATHLETICS RELEASE NEWSOM Po" the purposes of the PHILADELPHIA June 4 'tne Statistics Act reqaires that the Philadelphia Athletics Mondav gave 1 country be first divided mo "cen- their leading pitcher. Ebbo Newsom. correipondir.g as an unconditional release at his own nearly as possible wih tne federal request. The 37-year-old who has won three and los this season, denied he is bound for _ the Mexican League, declaring he i parliamentary representation. Eacn "hnnfts tn Hprtpr !nn> inrh "census distnct" IS then to DC SUb- rinse and a rust-resistant-. For shaves net PAL HOLLOW GIIOCND BLADES. 4 for lOc. 50 for Sl. Heeistered tLS. Patens Oiflca Chic Young- VOU HAVE JUST ONE M'NLJTE TO DONALD Walt Disney Registered U.S. Patent Office MS "HMS I'M WXVIN' WL Al Capp TO E YOU WHEREVER BUT- :S> NO YOUNG TO V5 NUTTING HERE ff- YOU'RE. UiKlNG SPOR-RTS NO SPOR-RTS HERE EXCEPT Vv'Ol.F'- 7D A SVER SEE -THEY'RE HUNTING "hopes to have better luck with another club." MANYBERRIES WINS divided into "census subdiitncts" subdr.isior-s through- j Most out the country. For territories j S of the Manybemes folk motored I without established boundaries or, to Onor. Sundav afternoon to subdivisions special census an 'natch the sofibali between'and subdiwions are created. Each the town teams. Manyberries team census owtnct in charge o. a i proved to be best plajers of supervisorj- "census commis-'ione.-'. the cay. i under the commissioner a "census i enumerator" is assigned to eacft C- i census subdistnct. In oatlyJng i areas the Royal Canadian Mounted Police conduct the census, while I the Indian Affairs Branch of the Mihalik's fastball team will Department of Mines and Resources FASTBALL PRACTICE hold1 a practice tonight. Tuesday, at St. Basil's school diamond, commencing at 7 o'ciock. perform a like service for the Irs- 1 dian population on reserves or otherwise within its The census enumerator is the onlj census official coming into direct contact vaUi general public; ne VVITHSAKDYAT THE CONTROLS OF TME JET PLANE, JUNE AND BBiCK REST AND TALK OP THBE NATIVE LAND MUCH THEY LEFT BEFORE WORLD WA8I- CF WHICH THEY KNOW NOTHIM6 WOKDER WHAT'S HAP- PENED TOTHAT51LLY HiTLtR T BY iv 3y WftU AM RITT and CLARbNCE GRAY BRICK, THE GER- MANS GOT AND TOSSED WMOUTON AND WHAT ODD 5NSSSNIA.' COULD THEf BE AMESICAHS? ;