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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1946 OT IT ON A A TWIG with LOBUMEK FEXWICK Dick Burtoa's visit 10 the United States as an unofficial British golf- ing representatne has been iariv liEsnecessful so far. Posting' scores that beea more in the e-ghties than in tne seventies, he has et to win a match oa this side of the Ts-ater anc he has placed in acout. fifteen of them. In his he plajec By- ron Nelson in a 36-hole tilt and -a-as do'sra at the ena of it. His; other notches been Ben j Kogan. iloyc Macgruns. Jug Me-! Spadea. HeKaan Kesser, Larson s lattle, Yic Ghesa. JiBMny Huies. Sam Snead. Kenraa Baurron. Dutch Harrison, Sam Bvrd. Junmj Desnar- et. and Bob HaBailton. and he has lest them alL All matches olajed in the famous Goocaii roiiko-rooin goif tournament. Fastball Games Sunday, Monday Though hearr rains have made It pUy scheduled games at the Hen- Fastball Stadium an Satwlat. plans for Suniiy and Mondar allow for four gatats, On Sundar an afternoon and aa evening same have been ar- ranged, llutions will play the Shaashnessj club, commencing at pan. At jun. the Safe- war Rojals will tangle with Woolworth Babes in the erening Hogan the Goodall this jear a score of plus 51 SECS conse- quently pocketed the first prize monev. This bnrgs hss 1946 total golf earnings to or beuer than SIOOOO mere shan uicse of Byron Selson, who I A pair of night games will be plared on Mondar. First game wiil feature McArthHrs and Eatons. The second event, to be plared ncder the floodlights, will be between the Shaughnessv elub and the Broder team. HERALD SPORTS PAGE NINE and Board by Gene Ahern By "RAINBOW" One tieek from tomorrow, Jane 16, the trout anglers mil be at their favorite spots. With ihe rains had this past ten cajs sireanss are aps 10 be lugh and muddv. Hoft- ever, the smaller streams, such as the CottonKood. Dmiood. Yarrou.. Mill and Gold creeSis, will offer the opening cay enthusiasts Bucs Drop Strike Just Before Game holes place m ihe derby] PITTSBURGH. June vith Nelson came thirc Guild lost a drama-packed ;he Goodall tilth a score of plus Goodall point scoring, if you haiest aZreacy figured re out. is arranged according to the number of holes a golfer -snns against the number of holes he loses. In other morels. Hogan's plus 51 in 13 matches meant that, he won 51 snore r- holes than he lost. decision last night when Pittsburgh Pirates voted aganat a strike for recognition but despite the setback Guilo leader Rooert Murphy de- clared- "This harelv has begun. This particular ball game isn't 01 er just because the opoosition got In case you're interested feere are ;5-e other Goodall scores: Mangrum, plus 26. McSoscen. p'us 21: Keiser, Dlus 19; plus 13, Ghezzi. plus 5; Kines alus" 3; Sneaa, plus 2; Barron, nlus 2: minus 10; Bvrd. minus 10: Demaret. minus 26; Hamilton, rzunus 44; Burton, min- SHW WITH CANADA'S NOMBCTOHt RACHODANC18AW) CFCN 5 to CALGARY plajers" decision to play ball WES reached m a two-hour secret clubhouse meeurg from which writ- _ err. raoio were barred. Their some action, We hope to receive word from Mr. Morgan, president of the Pin- cher Creek cluo. ana from Charlie Cbeesman, president of the Cara- ston club and viili to the stream conditions in the Fmcher Creek ana Cardston areas cescnbed in next week's column. This season's Alberta fishing regulations are off the press and can a copv b> wnt- ing or calling at the local fisheries and game branch office, no A hnef summan- of the nons will be puolished in ihe Ker- ald next veek. H. A, De Veber, supenntendent of Waterton National Park, adiises that this year the park's rearing ponds Deen expanded, ana can hanole up -o fmgerhng irout. PREDATOR LEGS Word from our association's pro- vincial secretary. George Spargo, navises that ten thousand pairs of crow and magpie legs haie been turned in so far That ib "I HMD AWSELtJ T. CKA3AVORE, !H A RARE 5K FDR.A REASON TKE OF Ntf BOCX'TriE WORLD FRQW A PARK BENCH; ARE in SENDiMG MY FOlJMJIES THIS BUTl VOKT HADDOC JUEAUA KEXT WE ARE BOTH KOUJISG TKE SAAAE CUR---IWAS ABOUT TOASiCHDU FOP. A Barrhffl Defeats Carmangay 8-3 (HNS) was successful in capturing tne Mc- NaughUm cup from Carmangsy on Wednesday, defeating that The game was interrupted by a shower of raja and an accident. Claude Passeau. Mort Cooper and clarence Green, Caraoangay first Passeau, Cooper, Newsom Still Star Br JOS REICHLER (Associated Press Sport. Writer) Mataco Wins In Mud At Calgary CALGARY. June 8 Splash- ing through a sea of mud, Mataco. owned by EL B- MiJer of Canary. jefterdav captured tee filth Bobo i etched their names in series s tai -sitn an Injured leg during ihe i annals with brilliant pitching per- third innaig indication todar The game -aas tied in seienth thai tneir lengthr ana at 3-3 In the last _ i baseoall careers innings Barrhill cazce ahead to win far froir. at an end. 8-3 j At various times- during this cur- BarrhlU- Dick and rent, campaign, it appeared that! Bartlet': Caraoaagaj. Shearer and each of the triumvirate vias about j McLeoc readv to call it a ?fce date for cuo plar Su-'r tha spring Passeau on June 14 until school term one-hit shutout performance fall' opens in was oniv the second sum mas'er- j piece in an-; T rr t 11 r- uoancfd that he "juss abosr, if ran ft. fiUgtieS Wins readv ;o so back to rar farm" after j it 11 jears service in the leagues Cup Cooper, who reached the heUht 1944 series vra a to i -aorth Tr" LadSon and Ersn Trade seventh returned SIS 65. Carmangay Ladies' Ball Team 6-5 CARMAXGAY (HNS) T ladies' scfoaJl -cam played first game against Vulcan senior game _.__a'. Vulcan. It, was a ;.-n contested game Cannangay .r-k "inalij winning ov a score of o to o. KTM33RLSY. B C i liait 2-0 victory in he a oogev S-.e on 'he extra ou. 12 men. was troubled carry- Frank of Fernie'si wr over sore- arm from lasi season gQifin? ard a pas" chant- t MARGARET Newsosn. Tvho thrilled the br.eoall! pion of the Crows Nest Pass Asso- I WOMEN MNGLEs u-orld br urinning t-ao ganaes in the ciauorj. took Wood-VaUajice cun 1940 world series aid came close from Its deferder Art Franks of! ifargaret 01 to winning a third desoue the who tooi six on une i Francisco %on tne encouraging, and shows the assp- i ciations are all working against the amounted to went to- wards the swimming poo! fund. All communications are to be acdressed to Secretary Michel-Xaial Lesion. Box 35. Michel. BC Further de- tails will be posted Natal-Michel BaU Club Wins Games plaved here an- Pirate field director and f arm svs-] game DsrQS worsl tesn nead Bon onlv a te-rse "no strike." Rice -was called into the meeurg m the closed off trainer's section of the clubhouse from Manager Frank Frisco's of- fice SECRET MEETING Saargo ajs-j ossclosed that new clubs or are bemg or- ganized m the province Bearer Mines is one club in the prelimm- stages ard all sportsmen of that area are urged to get behind their organizer Distrct clubs are He said he entered the meetirg j to extend whatever help at the players' request" and npt_as maj, to the rew starts gnjup a "representative of the ment" Rice said he just manage- 'gaie my views" and "answered a couole of Questions." Ke would not disclose what tliese were nor snecificaliy any players who made the announcement the strike had been called off "They ail sort of said Rice said. Murphy conceded the no strike to be as ciose as 20 to 17 by one hurt a but would not end the Guild's organizational efforts in Pittsburgh and "among other clubs in the Na- tional and American Leagues Pep Is Undisputed Featherweight King NEW YORK. June Wiihe Pen knocked out Sal Bartolo in tne 12th round of their 15-round battle for the wo-Ia's featherweight championsmp at Mamson Square Garaen last night to gain uncusDUt- ed possession of the crown, scaiea 126 and Bartoio 125 U- Pep C T 0 SILLS HOME g f I B S Campbell Loans Here's the better, safer way to get ready cash For yonr pro- tection- Campbell Loans in- clude iife Insurance to cover the nnpaid loan balance. In case of death your funilv is tcus rehercd of all obhgation for TOUT lozo- The complete balance is ajioman'cailv paid off br the insurance company. Campbell Finance Corporation is the tmlr loan company to provide this valnable protec- tion And there is EXTRA COST for this outstanding feature. For vour greater convenience, Campbell Finance allow repay- ment terms up to 2O ana 24 months On loans S30O and cp 2O months are allowed, and 24 months for loans S5O1 and up. This means tnac yoa can repay voor loan in notxical amounts on a soundly planned basis. With the high level of lazes and increased cost ofhfiag, longer Campbell terms are most hcipfcl in svstemanc debt reduction. From our manr repavaienr plans a qualified Campbcl! ex- pen can help yon to choose jast the T eht one to fit your special needs. aao in TOQ Campbell loin costs are now the lowest lercl in our his- tory- Only a lew examples ire gj-en here, of how practical K is to borrow at Caiapfaell Hnance. For details on acjonnt from to J1000 phone or TISII onr nezrest oSce. Remember, .Life Insur- e protection is included all quotations. It costs nothinB extra. Private rjew rooms are always arailable to allow the greiiest freedom for Campbell Enance provides a wider choice for borrowers with four different tvpes of loans Married couples can borrow money quickly without endorsers. Loans oo jonr signature only (tip jo are fast and simple to net. Also loans on various common types of security require no endor sers. From our four kinds of loans yon can easily select plan that will fill CTcry require- ment. Of all the people in Canada who borrow from licensed lenders, 1 out of erery 4 uses Campbell specialists fa personal loans for o-rer 18 years. SELECT MONTHLY REPAYMEftT HERE i 2 C 1 12 IS j 20 24 JV Worths MvntlMl Monthi t 2V ,S 10 2C ,1 50 M 2S.SS 51.32 20S 182 0 i 3M 591 1 j 75 CM j MC.M SS.CS J 7Sf ,j j 1000 i: j 40 crow and magpie eggs and yellov. feet comoeritiop is Baseba National League Brooklyn 0. 2 New Yo'k 5. PiKsburgh 10. Boston 3, 1. Pmiaaelphia 5. St. Louis 2 American League Cleveland 5. New York 6 St Louis 4 Philadelohia 5. Chicago 2. Washington 3 NATAL.' B.C (HNS) The j Philadelpnia Athleucs I Yesterdav Passeau vss j a one-man team as the Chicago Cubs to a _ lover the National l Pla'-' 'a'as 13-holes match Ralph Besides hard- Redding, Kimoer'.e." won tre f >-st flight in a final aaainsr Alan Gm- ham Cmnb'-ooV HcBnd" of Nelson second Siaht prize while Don Craroroos. tvon fourth Sigh: man Cap teamtnate. 6-1, S-3, final. tne with a faro-run homer in the last near to the closing i ges them in to Ab Holt s of Eaton's Hardware department We wan; to see jou on the end of one of the oanay prizes bang offered Tom. and Glen Taylor ad- vise that crow and magpie's legs are rolling in and our hats are off to Jacob KJeinsasser of ilonarca, who tume dm 135 oair of feet on June 1. Vfp also congratulate Joe Babmec of this city and Peter Van Meurs of Macleoo. They're doing a good job. TIMELY TIPS _________ If you are an angler or hunter pirates romped to Victors the Southern Alberta Fish and tyue of 10 to 3 over White Game Associations, through the j juniors and Lvle's Rookies courtesr of CTJOC, presents a ueek- i u to 10 over "Vhite Seniors International Rochester 2. 3. Buffalo 4. Jerse} 3. Toronto 6 Newark 0. Montreal 5. Baltimore 4. Coaldale Wins Pair Ball Games Desaite the wet weatner two teams of the Coal- dale Intermediate Fastball League plajed their scheduled games last Wednesaav. when Cc'aldale to the REDS Cooper belied the rumors thai kept up their winning .-ok: their second straight j learae game as thev outslugged the Hillcrest Miners 12-8 in a high' scoring game crest stadium The Natal-Michel ttaai Coleman on suneay, .__ return game after trouncing the Newsom. masing nis visitjrs at the Natal ball park pre- for his Mously by a 14-1 score. In the had a c meantime" the NataJ Juricr Cuos j seventh, but with two away he gave j H_. suffered an unexpected defeat at up a pair of walks and j 6-2. from Joan Esgrasa and Jean Qaeruer of Harper cf AustraUa ed Birton. Dans Cuo 6-4, 6-1, tne men's final. Rees. ear-old Welsn w S5 -S; Fr.da> won the jW SS- but with two away he gave] H-.JJ a cani of "73-i ___ iir of walks and "and the hands of the Hillcrest Juniors, the onh ones he I former on Monday afc Hillcrest jn the nrst i Chicago White Sox to overcome a' ODen cViomn'ons tied 'or aomn rVntl. t n i nnilhla 1 Pass 1 2-0 deficit. A double bv Cecil Travis i in the eighth and a single bv Al j 3-2 triumph I troubles. J CVilS REIJEASED AS game of the Crow s Nest. Junior League by a 9-5 score. Griff ing Faces Assault Charge to a City Jun- ior League baseball game at Buf------------------------- falo Staoium last Saturday. Dean home run off Beazlev aro- Griffing umoire, and former foot- ducea a a-2 victorx' for Pmladelpnia ball ana coach of Begina! Phillies over St.. Louis Carcmais Roughnders. appeared in police! After slamming his llth homer court Friday charged wish assault-' to force the game into overnme. ing one of" the snectators. Julian' Webster, of 611 1st Ave W of "enrvCotto" Ree" e or second 301 RANGERS TO OPEN 'PEG TRAINING CAMP. SEPT. 23 WINNIPEG. June York Rangers of the Nat-onal Hockev League will open, their fa.l cani3 iiare 23. i' was announced Fncay b> off.ciala of the Winnipeg arnphitneatre It, will be the 13th consecutive season tne Rangers have Pittsburgh Pirates Chipped New Giants 10-5 A threatened strike by the Bucs union recog- nition was called off only an hour before same ame Frank McCormicks grand slajn Webster, won laid Uon and coipplamt. ly feature Thursday night at pan. The orogram goes on the air for fifteen minutes and gives the news and views of mter- esr to ail sportsmen. Next Thursaay. June 13. the% will have as their guest Dr Val Swar- ceskv, Gordon Fnsbj and Ham Grigsby. who will have a rouna table discussion on the types of bait ana flies most suitable for the streams of our footnnls district. It will be worth hearing, so be listen- ing. Natal-Michel Carnival, July 1-2 NATAL B C. (HNS) Natal- Michel will hold another carnrval and snorts day on July 1 and 2, being sponsored bv the Canaoian Legion. Michel-Natal Branch No. 81, B-.SS.L. Tne sport events will induce senior and junior baseball tournaments, ladies' and men s soft- baJl tournaments, track, and field sports, bicjcle races, etc. The morning of July 1 will open with a erand parade, headed bv the Natal-Michel band, which will parade through the two towns and into the call gari where the crown- ing of the Sports Queen will take place The three queen candidates who are running for aueen honors are Miss JDorothv Jennings of Natal, Miss Alice Anderson and Miss Eleanor Greeorv of Michel Last year tbe Natal-Michel Sports Association sponsored a successful July l carnival and sports The entire proceeds last jear. which The standing of the teams is at present 5. lost 1 for 10 points: Lvles 3. tied 1. lost for 7 poiPts. White 3, 'ost 3 for 6 points. Ready-Made 2, lost 3.1 e" one game ir> hand for 4 points; White 1. tied 1, lost 3 and nave 1 game in hand. To Hold Golf Tourney, Magrath annual tournament of the Magrath golf club will be held at the local course on Sundaj. June 9. with clubs from all o'ver the south competing for the troDhy donated the Magratn Trading Companr as an annual event As an added attraction lor the golfer taking the championsmo flight, a blanket from the Woollen Mill has also been secured, aiong with manv other varied and suit- able prizes for the other comoeu- tions" A record crowd is antici- pated this Sjnday and all arrange- ments haie been made to accom- modate them at the club house, with refreshments, inducing hot meals and lunches The nine-hole course :s in excellent condition the informa- alleges that Dean Gnffing struck him ing the game m which Gnffing was won the umpire The case is slated for next Fri- day Charley Keller drove in the run that gave New York Yankees a 6-5 11-inrung decision over Cleveland Indians. In a hectic night affair Philadel- phia downed St Browns 5-4 in 10 innings Detroit and Boston Red Sox were not scheaoled. LEAFS' PLAYING-3IANAGER TOROVTO, June Peter) Camobell. president of the Toronto Maple Leafs of Internationa! Baseball League, in a statement is- sued Fndav night said Harr Davis because the opinion of tne ci-! TY COBB IS EX HOSPITAL DETROIT. June Cobb. the former basebaH star, was m ncs- i pi'al here Fndav for treatment of l what; GIS physician described as j acu'e tracheal oronchius. Coob. 53, became ill at his hotel last night. rectors he was not assuming his full responsibility in hacdlin ers both on and off tne Seld TRACTOR TIRES, TUBES RIMS complete chanjeovers. Trimbles For Tires SPRflVJTOM Registered TT.S Patens Office Chic Younr SUMSTEAR DID "SOU KNOW XXJ CAN TALK A HOSc LIKE A e are only a few emaples of the ciior amonotJ to choose from. shown wall reply lozns inc'odins life Any loin costs less if paid faster planned. 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