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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JUNE OUT ON A i TWIG wttk LOBIMEK FENWICK Pirates Prepared Go Out On Strike That Sweeney Schriner ie one of the greatest sport figures in Can- ada is evidenced by the interest Canadian papers have been taking in the ne-as of his new coaching job the local hockey cquad. So far ue have seen stones on K in the Windsor Ssar, Toronto Globe and Mail. Toronto Star. Vancouver Pro- imce, and the Ottawa Journal: plus. of course, all papers whose cities are rearesested in the Western Senior Ijeague. Typical of the comment oa the Schhner story is this opinion glean- ed from Dave Dn burgh's column In the Bcgina Leader Post: goes Peter Slobodian ROW that Sweeney Schnner came along to that surprise move and picked off the Lethbridge coaching job next Dryburgh. like both Calgary sport editors, seemed to have the idea that ute irere going to have Slooo- dian as our coach next year. Kow that we're not, however, Dave says that Pete would be a natural as coach of the Regina Caps because of his popularity as a player. But probablv he nwildn't care for the grief triat lies ahead straightening out the Caps and getting them on the right he adds. _ 4.t any rate, and no matter what E'obodian's ideas are on the matter. Dave goes on to say that Gorcie Petunger is willing ;o tackle the difficult Regma assignment and looks to have the inside track on the job. But we'll still bet Pete gets it after alL PITTSBURGH, June Pittsburgh, longtime centre of strikes in steel and coal, tonight may become the scene of the nrs! union baseball stnie in the history of the United States. Members of Pittsburgh's Pirates, nevrlv-orgaiuzsd unit of the Ameri- can Baseball Guild, declare they will not take the fieJd against- Sew Giants for their game tonight un- less the Hue management, consents i to a national labor relations board bargaining election. Their spokesman, Robert Hur- phy. labor relations director for the Guild, scoffed at assertions- by club president William Benswanger that the game would be plajed as sched- uled. The players on the Pirate team are organized almost 95 per cent." Murphy declared. "If they try to play the game, there won't be enough men from the regular Pitts- burgh roster to fill an infield. "I don't know irho they may try to bring in from their farm continued the Guild "if they try to use the heard that can tell jou now they won't pJay. I know those boys. And if they try to bring players from the Albany have some members up there, too." Benswanger did no; reveal plans for the game other than to say he was convinced that a strike of the players was not in prospect. The Guild last night received as- surance of suoport from a big-sized section of Pittsburgh's labor. Baseball National League Philadelphia 9, Cincinnati 3. Nev York S, Chicago 10. Brooklyn 13. Kitslairgh t. Boston 9, SL Louis 6. American League Chicago 0, New York 4. St. Ijouis 4. Boston 5. Cleveland 0. Washington 4. International Buffalo 3. Jersey City 2. Montreal 5. Baltimore 12. Rochester 0, Syracuse 13. HERALD SPORTS PAGE NINE Room and Board by MILK RIVER TEXXIS CLVB EXJOT SOCIAL MILK MilK Tennis Club had-a social day on Sunday when about twenty-five vi ere present. A lunch was served oa Dr. Giles' lawn. BOCMUBT DEL games plaved the weekend in the Boundary Baseball League resulted in order: Del Eomta 18. Spring Coulee 5; Tavlomlle 5, Rinard 2; Woolford 5, Twin River 4; Jeffer- son 12. Kunball 2. American Assn, Indiana poUs 0, Kansas City 3. Loaisville Minneapolis 5. Coluoibus 5. St. Paal 3. Toledo 1. Milwaukee 8. ladianapohs 0-4. Kansas City 3-6. Horses Run In Mud At Calgary laymond Track And Field Results RAYMOND. (HNS) The Rannond high school annual track and field meet held this treek was highly successful -srHfe a total of 385 Kathleen Fotey First Lady to Par CoutU Golf Courte JLUJJ.IJL1 I A contingent of MBit Biver golfers Journeved to Coutts Sunday to par- ticipate in their annual tourna- macv of them bringing bacfc Rookie Eimis Succeeds In Majors ray JOB (Associated Press Sports Writer.) Delmw Bfifiis. rookie FhSatteJpMa outSelder, -wbo -was saved. Results are as follows. and the record of each i ner. s MIDGET I 60-yard dasn Marilyn Tailor, 9 3-5" seconds. from tJae minors by jjj championshXo flight j V first holes anc Kathleen ral- lied to win the fourth and fifth to square :fce match. Kathleen maiched Mrs. Cheer's birdie 00 the 3-5 seconds. 5 maiched Mrs. Oiler's birdie 00 tae from the UrsUed Slates nary 220-yard Garner team, j seventh, oui Mrs Oliver missed her. tie Phillies ana made good rjgc-; Broad Stone, i pUt5 cn the eashth match Kath- from tne_ start. i High Taylor. leec's birdie. Bo'h parred the math. Reporting AprH. Snnls -was Softball Veen. j Kathleen had a par for :ae round.' slated for anotner year or two in 1 Sacs, Thompson. Mrs. one over par. j ice semeetsens MU. GIRLS' JCNIOR 1 Bo-h Mrs bone-ie Smith ar.d however, provided that so returned 50-j ard Hazel Fairbanks, j Kathleen Folev took in the serticeman coald be sect to the S 2-5 secosids. was played by! miners -without first being of 100-yard Var.ce, 14 j medal score. Kathleen, who was to other major league clubs, leading, shot her drive ir. ifce rough, SSuuf was placed os she -saiver 220-j ard team. in Toronto concerning the marriage nwt n. 1T1 __ j CALGAP.Y. June ST. PAUL. Minn.. June "We'll wait and see" was the only comment last night of A. B. (Happj Chandler, baseball's high commis- sioner, on the threatened strike to- night of Pittsburgh Pirates. "Wo shall SPP -a-hpn ihp'tl com Handicap, fifth and feature j Jt lie. i race on yesterday's card, the 12th J of the Chinook Jockey club's Spring IK1Ridden by Jockey Breckenridge the Wmniaeg horse broke on top to take an early lead and set the pace fhe entire seven furlong route, j Sonny Park was second four lengths j back and Swoosh, third. An all dav rain made the track j a sea of mud and longshots romped home in three cf the sever, races. Featherweights To Meet In Gardens i! Highest price of the day was paid comes." Chandler told reporters who j on_Chief Lonjm the seventh, paying questioned him regarding the en- trance of organized labor into or- ganized baseball "And the decision will be no Dreuminary he added. as YORK. June and Willie Pep. a couple champ'ocs. sneet ,____ -out in Madison Garden tonight to determine 11 be unanimously recognized champion. ICE PLANT FOR MEDICINE HAT MEDICINE HAT. June 7. An has been piaceu with the Canadian Tcs Machine Co. for a artificial ice plant, delivery acd installation of which is expect- ed to be made by nest year, it was announced at the annual meeting of the Medicine Hat Rink Co. Mon- of Ihe ileoicin- Hat Hir.k Co Estimated cost of the nlant ir.- in the arena, is An triumph secons. was medal play. list eight games 220-yard relay Mildred Wnght Demll Smith shot a sparkling 38 DODGERS INCREASE LEAD i and won ins flight. -v and Broad Dar.l Loss Kelsersori. 12-6V. High Stone, 3 10 SotUsall Stor.e, Softball Graham. Skipping rope Erick- son. 3ODGET BOYS' 100-vard Enckson. 220-yard dash Rex Krlckson, j 28 4-5" seconds. 440-yard relay Rex Sickson Albrt Kehn and F. W 1 The high-flvtas Brooklvn Dode- smith increased their saeonal Albrt Kehn and F. W smt increased their saeonal also won their flights, while Mrs. gue lead to 4H games their largest Rivers was winner of her flight i of the season when User otit-slae- am. Broad Stevens, CLASSIC FOR FILLIES EPSOM. Surrey. England, June 7. (Reuters) Steady Aim won the premier classic for fillies-----here today. lona second and Xeha third. for a S3 place ticket. I The daily double cf Three Gees in the first and Hinder Pr.nce in the second was worth while the quinella of Lorelei D and Chief Lon in the seventh returned Pep. the flashy Hartford. Conn.. youngster, is recognized in New THE PERFECT HAIR DRESSING The regular use of BRYLCiizEMis defimtdy a business and social asset. Neat, well-groomed hair lends distinction to your appearance. BRYLCREESI applied to the hair and scalp each rooming keeps unruly naiir m su cay, promotes a natural lustre, ard helps loose dandruff. Buy a handy tube of today! Marriage In Ring Considered Scandal TORONTO. June attention to what he called "certain loose nraciices" of seme Presbyterian minsters m the jerfonnance of their office. Dr. J. 3. Skene, Van- couver, Thursday sponsored a mo- tion in general assembly of the Presbyterian Church in Canada to apnoiht a committee to set forth the church's stand on the marriage ceremony particularly. It was passed almost unanimously. While Dr. Skene made only in- direct reference to the incident in he showed reporters an cial National League contract, item in a Calgary paper which told _ OOIJ. benlS m S Nelson. Hamilton, sug- SPOKANE June Bob Bested a start in the boxine ring Hope and Birsg Croabj inursaa. mav have been "just a preview of downed through an 18-hole exhibi- their married life tion golf match whicn uown-River Dr. T. Wardlaw Taylor. Godench, golf course officials listed as "all clem of the assembly, said: "This even." is a scandal in the church beyond j The score cards indicated Oia.. a laughing matter." Hope and professional Neil Chris- S TllcG 122 l-Wt ctiCiirt, J-> amount of S16COO has been voted by local service clubs towards the pro- ject and it was learned that the will invest in the ven- Pirates Must Field Team Or Lose Game NEW YORK. Jane i Pittsburgh Pirates field some sort of baseball team torught at Forbes Held will lose a game to-Newt York Giants by forfeit, 9-0. Presi- dent Ford Frick of the National League said Thursday. would have no alternative if the Pirates should strike arid Man- ager Frank Frisch should Snd it; im- possible to put a team on the ne chained. "However, there is nothing that says Fnsch could not P was re-elected presi- j dent of the nnk comoany board. Other officers appointed include. G Simmons. R- McKay. R, Ternanv., E. Snalton. H. Leinweber and Dr. i B Armstrong. Apoointment of a secretary and treasurer has oeen deferred.____________ BOWLING NEWS Cross country Acams team. JTTXIOIt 100-yard dasa Monte Neal, 12 Mrs. WiUock runner-up. I eed Guild-minded Pittsburgh Kathleen Poley is the first Jadv' pirates 13-8 as St Louis Cardinals to par the Coutts course, making it were by Boston Braves 9-5 Boston Sox maintained their 6'r-game American League advan- tize ever Jieir York Yankees when they edged out St. t-ouls Broisrss 5-4 on the stronzth of Ted 10th homer of the year with one man on. New 'York Yankees made !i three 31 er Chicaco Whise Sox Ruffine, :he 42-year-eW League Leaders NATIONAL LEAGrE Brooklvn. .371. n a High jump Lawrence StPVPns, Chicago: Musial -_.K and Slaughter. St. Louis 32 TCteran pitched the Yankees to a Runs Batter 4j, for his victorr of lyn, 36. ._ his bte league career. St. Louis. 57. St. Louis and Ennis. Philadelphia. 13. Brooklvn. 4. Home New York. 10. Stolen Brooklvn. II. Xonte Neal. 26 r-a seconds. 880-yard Neal team. Broad Neal, -__ _ __ ______ "Wunl Rev. R. J. B-orton of St. Andrew's church in Calgary refused to com- ment; on statements made by clergy Hope and professional Neil Chris- tian edged out Crosuy and National Amateur Charnoion Bud Ward by four strokes', bus oSirials minimized the imnortance of the scores. Chic Young Registered ILS. Patent Office KNOWN AS THE DON JUAN RED-WEADS -VCXJ S-'OULDVS SEEN Games p.m- Canadians vs. Superiors. 2-3 _ Hits and Misses vs. Robots, 4-D. Dodgers vs Stickers. 7-8. Grevhounds vs. Conunancos, a-ic p.m- CatelJU's vs Lustentes, 2-3, three games, total pics. Quints vs. Grenadiers. 1. Comets vs. Wings. 4-5. Radars vs. Spitfires. 7-8 Cardinals vs Diamond E. 9-10. PRACTICING AT NATAL-MICHEL NATAL. well- known Ferme man. Dr. E. Aieho who took up the study of medicine a Jew '.-ears ago and who served as j a doctor in the Canadian army dur- ing fne war both in Canada overseas, is assisting Dr. C- E. Coo< of Michel-Natal. He will practice at Natai-MiChel only temporarily. Dr. Aiello is well-known throughout Natal and Michel and was a star in the different snorts -while play- ing for Femie a few years ago. REGINA KOUGHRJDERS SIGN POPLOWSKY June Rouahnders announced their first post-war football capture with the signing of Pop Poplowsky. back- j fielder for Toronto's Dominion champion R.CJLF. Humcanes in t 1942. Hop-step-jump Neal, High West. Pole Holmes. 8-pound shot Holmes. SENIOR _ 100 Fairbanks, 11 l-o seconds. 220-yard dash Max Fairbanks, 25 3-5'seconds. 880-yard relay Max Fairbanks team. Broad jump Max Fairbanks. Brooklyn, and Kush, Chicago. 4-0, 1.000. AMERICAN Washington, .395 Boston. 44. Runs Batted Boston 43. Boston. S4. and Vernon, Washington. 14. Cleveland. 5. A pinch hit honie run with the bases full bv Frank Secorr in the 12th inninir save Chicago Cubs a 10-6 -nciorv over New York Giants. Sid Hudson hurled Washington Senators to a 4-0 shutout win over Cleveland Indians in arc-Usht contest, limiting the Indians to fotir sinsles. Detroit and the PhUadrfnhia Ath- letics were not scheduled. Home New York DWi. Walker. Pole Fairbanks, 12-pound shot Walker, Obstacle relay Vernon Garner team. Cross country relay Lee Fair- banks teara. Ons Wltbeck. 5 mlns.. 2 seconds, who defeated two men. each running one-half mile i 2s- Audeneart, 14 i tnics, 15 seconds. These winners w ill make up the trai-k team to represent the Ray- mond high school m tne track and field meet to be held in Magrath this week. and Greenberg. Detroit. 11. Stolen York. 10. Boston. 1000. rROVINCTAI. JUNIOR GOLF CHAMPS TO EDMONTON TORONTO. June A. Fuller, Montreal, president of ths Royal Canadian Golf- Association. announced Thursday that every pro- vincial golf association will send its junior champion to Edmonton to 1 take part in the Canadian junior 9-0. i championshio at the Mayfair Golf 29. LIONS COLLECTING UNUSED COUPONS DONALD Walt Disney Registered TLS Paten 3JELCHIOR PLANS FALL SHOOTEN'G TRIP THIS AREA CALGARY. June Meicnior known Danish tenor of the Metropolitan Opera, will ar- j i nve in Calgary about Oct 17. to I J spend a month hunting as he did in southern Alberta last j _ year. ___________ FREDDIE MILLS IS OFERED WASHINGTON June 7 j offer of S15.COO was made Thursday to Freddie Mills. British light man Lions Club is sponsor- ing a drive to secure unused meat coupons from citizens in order to turn them m to the ration board and thus release additional meat sup- plies for shipment overseas. The campaign starts im- mediately and coupons are to be left at the post of- for recreation for refreshment... Office heavyweight, to fight Jackie Cran- ford of Washington, in an cutaoor bout here m. July Al Capp SHE IS l'VESEEN ER-AMD LET ME TELL EXCUSE GIT OUTA JML. AM" TEARLESS FOSDICK'AGiN FO'US O' RED BLOODED PRISONER GOOCH- VOU FREE .'.'-YOU HAFTA HAPIRV OPP WITH LENA THE HYENA.' HE DO RRAVEST MAN IN WORLO.'j DO I TO R-REHIMD BRICK BRADFORD-And the Witch Doctor of Wanchi OH.OH.8WCK, T LET'S GET BUT FAST.' By WILUAM RIH and CLARENCE GRAY SPEED. BRICK'S PLANE STEEAKS THROUGH A FUNKO? BEWiLbERED Gillette BLUEBLADES IN THRIFTY 25-PACK Tone in Gillette's Broadcast LOUISvs.CONN World's Heavyweight Fight Wed. Eve., June 19 HOLIDAY FOOD VALUES! STOKE HOURS: a-m. to p.m. Saturdar, oon. to p.m. Wednesday, to P-m. Information Phone 3727. SHELLED WALNUTS Fancy quality light meats Pieces, Halves, OC-T lb. y4 ib. 14c BEEF BROTH SOUP, Aylmer brand, per tin CLAMS, Cloverlcaf brand, Butter Whole or Minced, 16 ounce net, per tin GRAPE JUICE, Aylmer brand with added sugar, 13 fluid oz. SWEET MIXED PICKLES, Polly Prim brand, 24 ounce jar SANDWICH SPREAD, Smoked Salmon or Bloater, 2 ounce tin HOLIDAY DRINKS LEMONADE OR ORANGEADE, large bottle 16 fluid ounces makes two gallons. Bottle TOMATO CATSUP Quaker brand. 105 ounce tin Per tin (Limit of one per customer) c 9c Ibs. BANANAS, Golden Ripe, Ib............... COCOANUTS, fresh, milky, per lb....... ORANGES, fancy Sun- kist Valencias, 2 RIPE TOMATOES, field grown, per lb..... HOTHOUSE TOMATOES, fancy, Ifa- WATERMELON, fancy ripe, lb......... NEW POTATOES, I white ........w LOCAL GROWN SPINACH, per Ib. COFFEE CAKES, rich iced cake, O cello wrapped, each FRUIT LOAF, wholesome and tasty, cello wrapped, each EATON'S SUN-GLOW BRAND CREAMERY BUTTER, freshly churned, per Ib. (Coupons Xo. RIO now valid, Rl to R9 expire June 30th) KRAFT CREAM CHEESE SPREAD, Pimento, Plain or Relish, per lb................ 19c 32c 9c 23c _8c 20c 42c EATON O LIMITED BRANCH STORE SALTED PEANUTS, 1 lb. bag EATOVS, Main Floor NEWSPAPER :WSPAPLRI ;