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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1946 OUT ON A with LORJLMEB JTCNWICK W E asked Sweeney Schriner wha: sort of a team he was going W> try to get lor Lethbridge next team with lots ol speeo. answer and that .pretty weJ sums up the conversation had hira. Speed really will De 'or the squad he coaches. iencewS te last and definitely capable of handling around the opposition's net. ine forwards will do most of the checking that will be necessary lie said. -Hockey has changed t lot la the pasi lew years in that forwards must be able to play de- fensive hockev and defencemea nxust be able to play hockev." Ke left no doubt thai be intended to develop his team along such lines. While no plavers" have been 10 play as yet. Sweeney ex- pects to spend the next month or so contacting as many as possible a-id hopes to have a full squao. on hand by nest October 1 when prac- ticing will begin at the Arena. He admits that it will be pretty tough to get the players he wants but didn't, appear to be very worried about it. We were quite impressed with Schriner. He is a big man, about sis feet tall and weighing about '95 pounds, who looks to be in the pink of condition. He gives the appearance of being a. -man who knows his own mind and who knows how to handle other men. He should be able to give Leth- bndge a winning team if he has proper material to work with. Picture Butte Does Well At Track Meet PICTURE Pic- ture Butte was well represented at the recent Cardston track meet, and the local competitors brought home fourteen seven firsts, four seconds ani three thirds. Jacquetta Simpson won first in the sixtv vard dash, the running broad jump one hundred Feller Leads AD In Strikeouts By JACK HAND Press Sports Writer) Bobby Feller's amazing record of 118 in 107 innings so far outdistanced the field that his sole competition appear to be the dusty record hooks hi the hall of fame. With Kal NeKhouser, the 45 running a distant second with 75 victims and no National league hurier up to the 50 mark. Rapid Robert has only Rube Wad- dell's modern record of 343 at which to aim. Washington Senators have been the chief contribuiors to Feller's soaring strikowt When he faced them for the firsi time May 17 he whiffed 14 and last night he .repeated she trick hi coasting to a 110-2 decision. Boston Red Sox trimmed St. Louis Browcs 9-4 and New York Yankees edged Chicago 2-1 leaving -Joe Cronin's gang seven full games in front in ?he American league. TIGER SHUTOUT Detroit Tigers presented a patched-up lineup that was good enough to hand Philadelphia Ath- letics another trimming 2-0 on Dizzy Trout's hurling. Er. clipped a half game off Brooklyn's National league lead but still trailed by games after trimming Boston Braves 5-1 in a night game on Harry Brecheer.'s four-hitter, his second straight complete game. Brooklvn almost dropped two in Pittsburgh but rallied to score three Baseball National League New York 2. Chicago 3. Brooklyn 3-7. Pittsburgh 4-8. Boston I. St. Louis 5. Philadelphia 0. Cincinnati 5. HERALD SPORTS PAGE NINZ American League St. Louis 4, Boston 9. Chicago 1. York 2. Detroit 2. Philadelphia P. Cleveland 10. Washington 2. International Baltimore 11, Rochester J. Montreal 15. Syracuse 3. Buffalo at. Newark, rain. American Assn. Toledo 5. Kansas City 1. Pacific Coast Portland 15. San Diego 1. Dodgers, Babes Win Ball Games and Board by Gene Ahern OF EARS WILL HEAR. '25 YEARS OF SHAKESPEAREAN DRAVWWA. CAM DO FOR. A V3ICE AND COftEBTT INSTALLED NOTICED SET OP Cootts Cadet Wins GoU Medal LEGIOK LAWX BOWLEKS PKEPABIXG SEASON The sports of the local Canadian Legion club are preparing fer an _________ intensive season of bowling (.HNS) Best shot in" on the club greens, which are tfce Southern Cadet Division of, Caledonia Purse liWonByTeg Horse tl 13 is title o? Cadet Jack I of the Couus Cadsi Com- j being put in first- class shape. Members desirous of paruei- paung in she diaerens com- pany. Cadet Garrest has been i petitions are asked to place CALGARY. June (Lass from the Riverside or Winnipeg yesterday the coma purse feature race of the day's card of CSsiEOOk awarded the geld medal in shooting in the Srrafehcona Trust ce-ESpeti- aon. with a perfect score of "5 out of is an annual event com- 4. peted for throughout the whole of ff Mihtary mstrici 13. which, event j produces some stiff competition j amocg boys who have handled fire- arms for a loeg Jack has been j a member of the Cadet, Corps since IK formed ar Coutts and is I of :he smartest boys on parade. Jieir camec on the entry test. which is posted on the bulle- tin board in the club rooms. June 12. ff A A A A. A. Hold Track Meet Leaden Unchanged In O.C, Cricket (HSS> Vauxhali J track meet was held on Fnday af- _________ lierr-ocr.. May 31st. with Vauxhaii, LONDON. June Hetlaw. Enchant. New West, North change occurred in the leadership j Slope. Rossland and Circle HUl tak- for the cricke; Sundial was rained oat, as a result of games which ended; Ttsesiay, but Vorisiure m. gone ahead with of being grouped ws teams. In reply to Gloucestershire's wial Jockey Club's sprirg Is was the second, victory or a meet feec the seven-jrear-oid mare. who UEder capable handUEg by Jockey W. Hawksworth led all way over the Sve-iurlocg route ta edge oat the high-rated MUs ella by a lerigth. Erer Pretty third. SuxJnoe upset the punteis is first, and combined with iady Va- >tta -aiaser of the second rsturs- ed a doable worth S217.5Q- The quinella of Tidy Pewr ThirsJt the seventh was wonh Hockey Gets Underway Oct. IS Local fastbaU fans received a break Tuesday evening, and after several of rainy weather, were once again able to see a pair of i-ilisourgu cut laiiieu stuic mice _____., runs in the ninth inning of the second tile anu pull out with a 7-6 decision in the llth. Friiz Oster- mueller southpawed the Pirates to a 4-3 victory in the opener. Eviell Blackwell. Cincinnati's rookie mound ace. turned in a trounced Safeway Royals 15-7. betting, three-hit job on the Phillies. 5-0.' Tonight. Wednesday. Buttons will Airbbrr. facing onlv 27 men. New York j meet Mihahks in a daylight fixture. -.._._ i iIlUers wm tangle wlth yard dash. lay team The Picture Butfce re- of Jacquetta Simpson. Carlene Nalder, Nurae Karren and Joanne Karren equalled the track record in- winning the 440-yard re- lay. In the older girls' class Doreen Gibbons was first in the sixty yard and the one hundred yard dashes. The relay team, consisting of Do- reen Gibbons. Evelyn Hage, Pat Paul and Efetty Simpson, also won f irsE prize in the "girls under six- class. Closed Season On Sask. Airplanes PRINCE ALBERT, June 5 Saskatchewan govern- ment has nothing against young boys who take up shooting as a AIRBORNE WINS EPSOM DERBY June 3 Fergu- son's. Airborae today won _____ ______ Kcssland: Louis authorized several trophies for su- i nf Vo-ksliire a Kondor. Stew Wsst- Xoraaan; per.orHy sn various lines. Blairmore Ball Club K.! stand between their captain. A. 3 _ valuable player: trophy awarded -shea- the play-offs 1 lead which would have given them sufficlen, folstts m head Vauxhall school. tug-oJ-war by Giants touched Hank Wyse and Russ Sleers for 15 hits but lost to Chicago Cubs 3-2. running of the oerbj Fastball Stadium. In the first game curling and skating before an Giaconinzzia in the first, when he Mex Davis Cup Team Suffers From Broders under the floodlights. Linescores: R. H. E. Coutts Cadets To Sponsor Sports Coutts Cadet Corps are staging- a gala sports day in their-town on Friday. June 7. when teams from Magrath. Warner. Milk River. Coutts and Sweet Grass, Montana, will com- pete in. boxing, wrestling, running and jumping- events. Prizes will consist of individual silver cups for each member of the winning team, and the high scoring team wiU take Inme the Coutts Shield for one year. Suoper will be served in the eye- Safeway 9 Woolworths 113 423 11 7 Lunde and Toccoli; Wilson, and Court. Dodgers 1 Sea Cadets 000 100 4 8 4 Robinson and Wright: Woo and Bissett. supervision of W. J. Blair. After short boxing bouts, the day -will be climaxed by a dance hi the evening. Hogan Is Winner In Goodall Round-Robin MAMARONECK, N.Y., June Hogan. who had looked like the winner after the first round of the Goodall round-robin Try to Establish "Cruiserweight" As Boxing Class SAN FRANCISCO, June the National Boxing Asso- iq4K mnvpntinn hand for the return of the. ancient classic to Spsoni Downs for the first time since the war. Airborne was ridden by T. Low- rev, scoring his fnsL derby victory. The time for the mile and S35 vards on the rain-soaked track was 3-5, far off the derby record. To Britain, the" derby 5s a na- tional tradition. The three-year- olds got their pictures on the front pages, even though Foreign Min- ister Bevin mace a momentous sneech. Nearly every office has its sweepstake and every citizen has at least a. shilling or two on his favorite's nose. Doys wno tase up snooting as a home the righs to object when a government plane is used as a target. Monday, at Hudson Bay Junc- tion, a provincial government plane was standing on a landing smp. A nine-year-old boy took a rifle from the cockpit and proceeded to test his shooting prowess on the ma- chine. The youth, pierced the tires and 'uselage and shot off one of the wing fights. He proved he was a good shot but has didn't particularly please his parents. They paid the damages. S BALL TEA3I BEATS MILK RIVER 9-6 MILK RIVER (HNS) A crowd of enthusiastic fans watched the jail game Sunday evening between Courts "and Milk River. The final score was 9-6 hi favor of the visit- ing team, although some of the slayers had taken part, in the golf seven rounds. He left no doubt about it by sav- ing his two best rounds for the last. "With a two-under-par 70 over the waterlogged winged foot course yesterday morning, he whipped Jimmy Demaret five up and Jimmy Hines four up. Hogan followed that up with a 69 in the afternoon in what could have been a thrilling but actually .was a somewhat anti-climatic match with Bvron Nelson and Vic Ghezzi. When the match began Hogan alreadr was 16 points ahead agenda will include proposed adop- tion of a 185-aound or "cruiser- weight" class. The. idea undoubtedlv will be ac- corded a popular reception bv many who long have felc there has too great a poundage differ- ence between the present light heavyweight division at 175 pounds and the big boys ranging up to the 270 pounds Priino Camera made nngs creak under. At the same time the proposal to institute a new fighting weight definitely will find opposition from ciehards and dissenters whose na- tural' reaction alwavs is to balk progress. Henderson Ladies Begin President's Golf Competition Ducks Unlimited .Official In Province for a three bagger with other winter season rolls around, j _____ __ t __ _, ___ rn one on. and Deacon, who slammed an-announcemer.i mace EDMONTON. June out a home-run In the seventh. by club directors Tuesday morning. the wcrk of Blairmore won the game in the of the most modera aaujmauc last half of the ninth when, with! plants has been ordered. a runner on third, the Blairmore i batsman laid down a scratch hi: i SENATORS" PITCHING along third base line. ACE STILL rNCONSCIOCS Score by innings- R. H. E.! WASHINGTON. June Hillcrest......211 210 12 7 i Doctors attending Walter Johnson.! :Q: pitching ace of the Washington, the in Western Can- ada to be relayed to United States supporters of the Harold i Stevens, chairman for J June felt like a June 4 yesterday to moss Montrsalers, hue not to. the fo'jr meaibers of Mexico's Dav.5 cap ten- nis team, busy acclimatizias them- selves for their match with ths Canadian team here Jane 13, 14 and 15. "It's not as bad now as it was the Srst two or three said Daniel Hernandez in the downtown Blairmore ___303 C04 11 1Q QmnulUo and Fortuaso; Chala, Eerman and Schlasser. _______________ __ of the and the principal the year for the ladies at the Hen- Woodcock Gains Decision Over Mills LOXDOJf, June Woodcock, British empire heavy- weighs boxing champion, Tuesday scored a 12-round decision over Freddie Milis hi a non-title bout witnessed by fans at Har- ringav arena. Woodcock weighed 191 pounds, 10 more than fcis opponent. Neither Woodcock's title nor Mills' cruiserweigho 'light heavy- title was at stake. Woodcock, who was knocked out by Tanii Mouriello of the Bronx hi the fifth round of their 10-rounder at New York lass month, took a severe beating from Mills despite his clear margin on points. Mills similarly cut up Gos Les- nevich, world's light heavyweight champion, before being knocked out by the New Jersey fighter in then- recent London bout. Woodcock's left eye was closed One of the main competitions of i tightly by the end of the battle and n Edmonton Tuesday, nited States official conferred Edmonton with Kecnie Harley. echoed Mexican national singles Senators in the 1920's, reported on j Alberta manager of Ducks Un- Tuesday he "lost ground" and laps- On leaving he was headed ed back into a coma after a "brief j for Brooks and Hanna in Southern bright spell." Johnson has been in; Alberta, the organization's offices question was the winning margin would be. He turned back Nelson and Ghezzi by three up each. CANUCK CHESS PLAYER PREPARES FOR TOURNAMENT WINNIPEG, June Yanofskv of Winnipeg, joint holder of the Canadian chess champion- tournament at Coutts earlier in the ;shipj Eaid Tuesday he would play day. derson Lake Golf Course, the Presi- dent's Competition, has started. The first round of the competition is now underway and must be com- pioied by June 12. The various fin- ishing dates are posted in the club- house- Following are the first round draws: CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT Mrs. A. Wilson vs. Mrs. H. Mc- he bled freely from, the mouth throughout the last, live rounds. GENERAL CHANGE TRAIN SERVICE EFFECTIVE SUNDAY, JUNE 9 Consult the Ticket Agent a. number of matches in eastern Hvena. I and western Canada before leaving j Mrs. T. Lowe vs. Mrs j Aug. 3 for Holland to compete in an denan. international tournament. C. Clen- Chrysler Employees Favor Strike Action WINCSOK, Ont.. June i The United Automobile Workers j Union fCJ.O.) announced last r.ight union employees at the Windsor and Chatham nlants of the Chrvsler Cor- _ rsoration had voted overwhelmingly to authorize strike action if neces- j sary in the union's demands against i I tlie comapnr lor a pay increase of S2 a day with a union shop and I I two weeks' annual vacation with i pay. No action will be taken until the union's negotiation committee has met to consider the results of the ballot. Mrs. Fletcher vs. Mrs. Cy Bawson. Mrs. W. Rea vs. Mrs. I. Simmons. FIRST FLIGHT Mrs. Turcotte vs. Mrs. Isilsson. Mrs. Cooper vs. Mrs. Howard. Mrs. E. Johnson vs. Mrs. Gustaf- son. Mrs, Sinclair vs. Miss Crawford. Mrs. Boyce vs. Mrs. McLeod. Mrs. Walton vs. Mrs. Coyne Mrs. Jenkins vs. Mrs C. Burke. Mrs. Dean vs. Mrs. Middleton. Mrs. McAllister vs. Mrs. McEiroy. Mrs. Price is. Mrs. Porter. Mrs. Allen vs. Mrs. Knight. Mrs. Carter Mrs Hansen Mrs. McLean vs. Mrs. Fisher. Miss Fallow vs. Miss Koole. Miss Pollock vs. Miss Platen. Miss Ernst vs. Miss Wood. If ever a cigarette has appeal" that cigarette is Philip Morris. It's a cigarette that adds to vour enjoyment of every outdoor and indoor occa- j Probe Dismissal i Of 11 Employees CALGARY. June of the G3-psum. Lime and Alabas- tme Canada Co. plant, here dis- missed 11 employees Monday and j refuset? to appear for scheduled I negotiations, William Longridge, j business agent for Local 800 Inter- nationa! Union of Ming, and Smelter Workers, said here today. As a result the provincial gov-1 ernment has been asked to lay charges against the company of refusal to negotiate, refusal to ac- j of a lockout, he said. i I Plant officials refused to comment riosc method tonight, and junip out of today but had indicated rock short- j bed tomorrow rann" to go- ages had suspended operations. GIANTS' PITCHER OFF FOR THREE "WEEKS CHICAGO. June Car- ppnter, righthanded pitcher of the Mew York Giants, probablv will be out of the game for three "weeks or longer as a result of tearing a liga- ment in his throwing arm Tuesday. Carpenter suffered the injury in snapping his wrist trhiie delivering a curve'ball to XIarvin Pickert. Cub outfielder, in the fourth inning. VANCOUVER BOXER LOSES IX NEW YORK NEW YORK, June L. Thomas. Brooklvn. knock- ed out Hal Robbms. Van- couver, B.C, at of the first round In a scheduled six-round boxing match at Park arena Tues- day night. CUT DOWN ON TAKING LAXATIVES THIS WAY See How Regular You Every Morning Try taking Carter's Pills this way ;Start with 3 and a definite time every iteming. When you set regular every morning cut down to 2. After a few- days, try L Then try taking Carter's ererj? offer day. You may own find you can keep regular any lasath e. You see. Carter's are so tiny you can cat down the 3 to 6t f" of your individual system. ithoui disappointment. Carter's helpcleanoutyourintestinal tract not halfway, but thoroughly. They are douhiy effective because made with two x t-geiable herbs compounded prop- eriy for thorough, easy action. Thousands can cut dowrj on laxative dosingthisCarterway. AskforCarwr's cepj authorized cneck-off forms and by to ?ft at drugstore. Stan the Carter graduated MR. CAR OWNER We take pleasure in announcing the appointment of Mr. Bert Davis as our new shop foreman. Mr. has been serving car owners of and district for the past twenty-five jears as mechanic ar.d shop foreman, wishes to take this opportunity of sajirg he -visll continue to tio EO in his new position as our shop foreman. Mechanics Sales Ltd. WORK GUARANTEED PHOVE 2622 MACKEX23E DEFEXDIXG ONTARIO GOLF TITLE TORONTO. June Ada Mackenzie. Toronto links veteran defendins her Ontario utie after six years during which the competiaoa was suspended. Tuesday scored an! impressive ticiory by seven and six] over its. L. Kirkwoocl of Islington hi the second round of match play j of the Ontario golf touma- j menc. Tuesday's play brought the 1 championship flight down to 16' players. the hospital seven weeks and un- j in Regina and Winnipeg, and then j sweaters dunes conscious most of the last week. to New York. I Armando. Francisco Guerrero and Holando Vegas. AnnanHo's brother, juic shivered. "Bus is still hasn't arrived at the point where we cgrt take off our Hitrtrp- said said GOLFER CROSBY TO PLAY BOB HOPE SPOKANE. June Bing Crosby today agreed to become a surprise opponent to comedian Bob Hope in an exhibition golf macth here Thursday, President Joe Albi of the Spokane athletic round table announced. Cushion Cord" Conwrnction New Improved i Full Traction deluxe Tread these are tome Fisk Firsts you get at no estra cost when you buy Fisk Tires from your B-A. dealer. AvaCable in all popular for and trucks. Sold onfy at the sign of the big B-A. Re-Tire Buv FISK Chic Youns Registered TT.S. 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