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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1946 OUT ON A TWIG! A BIT OF EVERYTHING----- Although the rain has Kept of the local athleies indoors it has certainly done no harm to the soli courses. Both the lake and the river layouts are in excellent shape and look like gigantic billiard tables from afar the only trouble is can't get the distance on your that sun-baked fairways give There mil be plenty of and baseball games this you fettbdl Cubs' Emil Kush Top Relief Hurler OS? JOE RE3CHLEH> f Associated Press Sports Writer) Emil a local boy from Chi- cago's north side. uraited nine Ion? years to make a boyhood dream come true, now rivals Zari Jc weekend and on holiday Monday if tae diamonds are in good shape by that time better make plans to lake some of the games in -Sol Bartolo should win the feather- weight title in his fight with Champ Willie Pep this Friday night at Madison Square Gardens he 3S much vounger than Willie, who win be trying for his 100th ring victory in 1C2 starts was in Sweeney Scanner, of Boston Red Sox as the No. 1 re- lief pite'aer in the major leagues. Not since Jack Russell, whose Yeoman relief work helped the Chi- cago Cubs win the 1938 National Xjeassie pennant, have the Bruins boasted such a brilliant rescue artist as this 29-year-old righthander. Signed to a Cub contrart in 1937 at 20, Kush spent live years Chicago farm clubs before going on display at Field. where he often had worked as a peanut pop vendor. Just when it seemed his ambition was realized. he entered the navy. "Yesterday he gained his fourth victorv without a all in re- Baseball National League New York 5, Chicago 6. Brooklyn 5. Pittsburgh 3. Boston 1. Si. Ijouis 2. American League Detroit 2, Philadelphia 0. St. Lotus 8. Boston 8 (tie, 12 ia- Cleveland 1. Washirgtoa 3. Chicago 5. New York 9. HERALD SPORTS PAGE NINE Room and Board bycene Ahem International Toronto 1-2, Jersey City 4-3. Buffalo 4-5. Newark 6-12. Montreal 5. Syracuse 6. Baltimore 20. Rochester 5 American Assn. Indianapolis at St. Paul, Colum- bus at ilirmeapoSis, rain. Toledo 0. Kacsas City 5. ionra for two plaved thf Country Club course with borrowed clubs and shoes ana demonstrated that he could easily beat par with his own equipment, hell be !n town on and oil diirin0' the summer and. of course, for good once the hockey season commences he says that no one can explain why the Toronto Leafs did so badly at the beginning of last season "Phooey" he said when we told him the general beuef as that the Leafs lacked the old col- lege try. He woulcnt be sur- prised, if Syl Apps became an NJIJU coach one of .these oavs Babe Kuih, who now tips the scales a.. 933 pounds, says that the young ceonle of America are fast losing interest in baseball they haven't eot enouah chances to play H. he ernes Ute lief the Cubs shaded New i Louisville 8. Milwaukee 2. G-S tn mnvp into third _____------------ Pacific Coast York Giants 6-5 to move uiio third j place in the National League peQ- nant race. j DODGERS AXD CARDS WIX j The Cubs gained no ground on! the Dace-setung Dodgers _ and second place St. Louis Cardm- defeat Ottawa Trojans 13-a in a als who won their games to retain j rugby football exhibition that CJ- ihelr respective 6'i-anti aiaxed a spring training grind o. Hollywood 5. Los Angeles 3. margins. The Brocks downed'the strike- threatened Bucs 5-3. Kirby Higbe wss credited with his fourth victory trt had to leave the game in the seventh when he puileti a back muscle. Pinch hitter Buster Adams singled trith the bases loaded in the ninth to give the Cards a 2-1 edge over Boston Braves. New York Yankees reduced tne American League lead of Boston ihe pasi Sve weeks. BUT DIDN'T BASINS FORA DOG-FOCO IT A BAYiKG BSASLtOHA fOK P'JS S-A-1 WONT SVOOTH VOICE AtW Winnipeg Horses Score Double Win CALGARY. June I Kilroy's K K stable of Winni- j With Empire Team CHAMPAIGN. H3U i When, and If, he competes la the; Olvrnpic Games as Lcndon.; "Herb McKenley, who 1 tory at the Victoria Park oval. ,_______ Yorkton took the first half of'phjsiciaa. "iid" Wednesday he ng home vo. the double derby romping a three length victory Jamaican citizenship. J thus excluding himself from she1 Six Are Broken Central School Six records inn broken wktai stcdeats Central school their annuxl trade and SeM meet at the Fleeiweod grounds oa Wednesday. Following are shown UM The second half of the add-1 i ed purse, the 16ih renewal of she i Alberta classic went so Fort Garry aa j who disposed of Magic News frois, _., the Melrose stables of Vancouver.' send a own." MeXeniey said "but if thr British Jor Li the back stretch for an easy six- i length triumph. Georgi O owned far the Keith and Ramsey stable of was third. i Both Ycrkton arid Fort Garry were ridden by Jockev Vis Bovine] ARMY AND NAVY "CLtTB LAWX BOWLING Buttons, Millers Fastball Winners A 10-team league has been formed and the following olayers comprise the league. Teams for the Ken Davidson Trophv will be picked from Red Sox to games with a 9-6 j players of -Jus league: golf brawl will be held in Waterton ac- cording to the coffee grind. Oddfellows Beat Jaycees 13-4 First game of the fraternal ball league was played Wednesday evening when Odd Fellows txanmed Jaycees by a 13-4 count. Junior Chamber members are determined to make it hot for Odd Fellows when thev meet again. Batteries for Wednesday's game Odd Alhssoa and A. Garrett; Higgins and A. Dawson. The league schedule will be an- nounced shortly. took advantage of six White Sox errors. Thirty-five players saw ac- tion as the Red Sox waged an 8-8 tie rath St. Louis Browns. The lasted three hours and 29 minutes and went 12 innings before it was called on account of darkness. With Mickev Vemon and Buddy Leu-is providing the punch, Roger Wolff knuckle-balled his way to his fourth victory by pitching Wash- ington Senators to a 5-1 triumph Cleveland Indians. Home runs bv George Kell and Dick Wakefield sent Detroit Tigers to a 2-0 victory over Philadelohia Athletics Cincm- K. P. Stewart, skip; Best-Kick. SiUt. T. Eminson, skip; Yucytus, Per- riment. Jongkind. skip; Reynolds, "Wells- man. D. Ward, skip; Kulpas. P. Fox. W. Stott, skio: Tibbetts. Seager. E. Risler, skip. Ramsdale, Jr., Murphv. M. Irvine, skip; Bounds. Binns. G. Jones, skip: Miles. Chapman. A. McCrea, skip; Williams, Lar- nati and Philadelphia Phils were EOE scheduled. HAMILTON WILDCATS DEFEAT OTTAWA TROJAXS EAiULTON. Ont., June crowd of 6.000 turned oat Wednes- dav night to see Hamilton Wildcats Team ords broken: CHAMPIONS Soys Gran; Hard. Jack Pease. Boys Dick Parkya and W2- fred Sutiin Boys Sraie Peake and Doug- las Guild Fooks and Dor- NATAL. B.C. (HNS> seen }fcDor.aM tue Be- Gsrls Lynn. son. D. Fisher, skip: Steve, Barton: LEAGUE GAMES June 7: Stewaht is. Eminson. Stott vs. Risler. Jongkind vs. Ward. June 10: Irvine vs. Jones. McCrea vs. Fisher. June 14: Ward vs. Irvine. Risler vs. McCrea. Jones vs. Stewart. June 17: Fisher vs. Jongkind. Stott vs. Sminson. June 21: Jongkind vs. Risler. Stott vs. Jones. Irvine vs. Fisher. June 24: Etninson vs. McCrea. Ward vs. Stewart. June 23: Fisher vs. Stott. Eminson vs. Irvine, McCrea vs. Ward. July 2: Stewart vs. Risler. Jongkind vs. Jones. July 5: Risler vs. Jones. Fisher vs. Stewart. Jongkind vs. Stott. July 8: McCrea vs. Irvine. Eminson vs. Ward. The doubles will start on June 19 and all players are asked to turn out and play their games. list of games will be published, at a later date. Tise competition commirtee in charge of all competitions are Fisher, Barton and McCrea. Burdett Defeats Foremost By 7-4 BURDETT. A league game between Foremost and Bur- nett on Sunday afternoon ended with the score 7-4 in favor of the home team, Score by innings: Burdett ...........020 001 Foremost .......002 000 E. Collins and J. Emard; Foremost, F. Korth and Rainer. Emard. In spite of tie fact that a late; afternoon rain shower made thej diamond sticky and no; just ihe best for scheduled games were held in the "Henderson fastball dia- mond Wednesday evening. In a clash between Buttons ana j yroiaites. Huttons scored a 12-0 j shutout. Millers won 11-7 when thev tangled with the Broders team. A small crowd of fans turned out to watch the games. Highlight of the Huttons-Mihaliks game was the handv pitching of McArthur for Huttcns. who struck out nine batters m four innings. Weeping skies again on Thursday forced fastball associsiion officials to call oS games scheduled for to- night. Lmescores: R- -c- Huttons 510 002 10 ilihahks 2 McArthur and Ferguson; Seaman and SorokoskL Millers 130 500 15 Broders 060 000 7 5 Price and Harris; McEwen, Meaedan and Ont- keaa. DODGERS PRACTICE j f. cards and nnces loiv. dailv double of Miss Yank in No. 3 Dodgers will hold a JastoaU practice cosuner.c- ir.g at pro. tor.ight. Thursday, ai the St. Basils school d'lamond. Payers are A I first and Sir Fox in the second re- turned while the quir.ella j The locals collected a total of 13, hits from Kemir.g, -a ho puched five and Kitagachi. who firush- j of Bragg Creek and Bras-own is the seventh was worth S9.SO. T. Srsil pitched the first six j inrJngs for the Xatal-Michel clue, i allowing but four hits while striking Bora hop. step jump broken oy Gerry Towle; old record 33' new 33' Boys broken by Grant Hurd; old. record 35" mrar Four Ball Teams In Elect Officers For Dry Belt League J cut six Ke was r 1 bv W. Krall who allowed but two I and the Colemaa ran. The game was umpired by J. Hampton (HNS) Tues- broken by record 6' new Boys broad jump of Michel ar.d'S. Cody of Coleman.' broken by Robert Clay; eld record i The Xatal-Michel oaseball team, will, 13' new 14' travel for the next Mio Crow league j S. playir-S at HiUcrest on Wed- GRASSY LAKE BALL TEAM day evening. May 30. the meeting nesdar. June 5. and at Colesan on i BEATS 17-0 of the Dry Belt league was held. I Sunday. Jure 9. Eleciior. of officers resulted as lows: President. H. Blaney. Vaux- KTM3ERLEY. B.C. hail; A. CXiiaV.d. Ta- Score by innings: WESNIFRSD. Inifred ball plavers were Grassy H. H SI Laife rececUy. The Grassy Four fastball teams. Union Local j her. and secretarv. F. R. Bisset' B51. Globerrorters (formerly Pole- Enchant. Canadian Legion ar.d Camp launched a 30-game schedule :o be played Mon- days, Wednesdays and Fridays un- til August 7, HI resumption of the pre-war city fastball league. Norman Giil has been elected league president. Boo Gibbons vice- president. Jim LiTir-gstoee secre- tary-treasurer and BUI Learnac. Xatat-Mlchel 113 020 13 2 J Lake ball players won by a 17-0 t, Coleman 000 000 001 164 score. An execunve committee consist-' ing of a representative from each club was formed as follows: Vaux- hail. H. Blaney; Taber, A. i Sundial. R. Matthews; Lomond. Becson; Bow C. Andrews: S Turin, B. Eliaschuk; Enchant. F. R. Bissett. The season's schedule was drawn up for the league, which has been 1 Victor ilaranchuk and Roy Loraas t enlarged from the four-team league executive members. League nlav will lead toward playoffs in" August, with the top three ieaics eligible, second and third playing off in semi-finals for of las; year, to seven teams, by the addition of Turin, Taber and Bow City. The league opens with double! headers at SSchant, Vauxhal! and t Sundial, with Turin, idle the first the right to meet the top team in Sunday. All games commence ar the finals. pjn. and 6 pjn. i I "Bob's such a young-looking Dad! Dad comes home with a springy step and sparkling smile: He's bright and cheerful as he says "Hello Just as keen as he waved goodbye this morning. Yes, Mother and Dad, and in fact their parents too, realize what a help EDO'S Truit Salt' has been to fitness and health. The story of Eno is a time-honoured one. For over 75 years a dash of Eno in a glass of water before breakfast, when needed, has helped many families to attain the health that comes from inner cleanliness. Eno's 'Fruit is refreshing and pleasant to take. It will help sweeten the breath and relieve acid distress- so often the cause of headaches and indigestion. Eno is free of harsh, bitter sugar or artificial flavouring of any kind. Buy a bottle of Eno's 'Fruit Salt' today. ENDS 'Fruit Salt' Next Week's Sunday School Ball Following is the local Sunday School Fastball league game sche- dule for next week, games beginning at pjn.: Senior boys: TS. Macleod United, at the barracks; St. Pat's vs. First United, at West- minster school gro-oads. First Baptist vs. UXS., at the bar- racks. United vs. First Baptist, at the barracks. Fri- J vs. St. Pat's at Mac- leod. Intermediate girls: United vs. First Baptist, at West- minster school; St. Pat's "A" vs. St. Pat's at St. Basil's school. Pat's "C'' vs. St. Pat's at Si. Basil's school; IJ3.S. vs. St. Pat's at St. Patrick's high, school Peter ana St. Paul's vs. First United, at West- minster school; Southminster vs. St. Pat's "CT" at Central school. Junior girls: Pet- er and St. Paul's vs. Southmirster, at Central school. Pat's "A" vs. St. Pat's at St. Basil's school. Junior boys: Bap- tisi vs. Southmmster. at the bar- racks. g. vs. St. Peter anu Paul's, at the barracks; Salvation Army vs. L-DS. at Cen- tral school grounds. United vs. Soutimsmsier. at the bar- racks; LJ3.S. vs. St. Pat's at St. Patrick's school grounds; First Baptist vs. St. Peter and St. Paul's, at Westminster school grounds, i Intermediate boys: S. vs. St. Peter and St. Paul's, at St. Patrick's school grounds; South- minster vs. St. Pat's at the bar- racks; First United vs. St. Pat's at St. Basil's school. Pat's vs. Macleod United, at the barraclcs. Bap- tist vs. Southmicster. at St. Pat's high school; First United vs St. Peter and St. Paul's, at St. Basil's school grounds. vs St. Pats at the barracks: Southminster vs. St. Pat's at St Patrick's high school. at? "THAT REMINDS ME WM. HOILOW BLADES FLEXIBLE IM THE RAZOR" USED FOR 75 NONE MADE DOUBLE AUTOMATIC BOOKLET It's fhot bit of that makes aQ ihe difference in a hollow ground blade. Pol's edge ftezts to facial contours, shaves -with a feather touch. Gets you faster, keener, more comfortable shaves per "blade! No dry themselves 1 Ask PAI, KOI.LOW GRoryp BLADES. 4 for IQc, 10 for 25c. 50 for Chic Registered T7-S. Patent FCK THAT M3U WIN 77-JiS 17-JHWELED, SCUCMSCLD DONALD Walt Disney Registered U.S. Patent Offices Commoners Handed Beating, Softball OTTAWA. June their regular Wednesday oS. mem- bers of the house of commons took time out to absorb a 17-13 beating at Softball from an Ottawa Recrea- tional association team. The members were piped to the makeshift diamond on the Parlia- ment Hil! lawn by Tom Reid, par- liamentary piper of cote ar.d Lib- eral member for New Westminster. The contest proved a real "gas- house" affair, with members of the R.A. team complaining volubly that George A. CruickshanK, Liberal member for Fraser valley who acted as base umpire, was still making faT.or of the coniaions team. Natal-Michel Sports Club Elects Officers NATAL, B.C. TiNS) The meir.aers of the Natal-M i c h e I Sports club baseball team held a special at tne ball park recently and os'icers for the 1946 seascr were elected. John Hampton of Michel, a vet- eran ball plajer. was elected :o stana as presicent or the Sports club basebaH realacing John or Michel, who will ac; only as prewder.t of :he Sports As- sociation throughout Natal-Michel Ruby Thornson of Michel was elect- ed secretary-treasurer replacing Joe of "Lefty" Katrichak was chosen to act as manager of the Sports club baseball team, while Joe chosen as captain. SO! 'T SUZf SONS IN i _ f v DUMB POOCH? V LSXK.S TO THE FRONT KOOM-? Al Capp LENATHC HYtNA- -t GREATEST HERO IN MUST BRICK the Witch Doctor of Wanchi C BOXER IS SUSPENDED EDMONTON, June Ames, Calgary boxer who appeared on a boxing card here Friday under the name of Jimmy Plaivnigan has been indefinitely .suspended by the Ecmontor> boxing commission for appearing under an assumed name. HI, BRICK -THESE BIROS WANT TO PLAY-THEY HAVE 5 SURROUNDED.' By WILLiAM RITTand CLARENCE GRAY AHOY, STRANGE? -CAN YOU HEAR ME? IDENTIFY ONCE-' Si? -REFUSES TO REPLY TO EITHER SADJO OR BUNKER GIVE KIM SEVERAL BURSTS ASgOSS WS NOSE TRACERS SHOULD WAKE HIM ;