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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1946 OUT ON A TWIG with FCXWICK Ex-Detroit Players Star For Red Sox Sweeney Schriner Is supposed to be in town today, after a jaunt to a few hockey hideouts, and ne should have an announcement or two to make in regards to next rear's team if we can get hold of him before he leaves. His next stop, we understand, will be Winnipeg. A number of people have been ackicg whether junior hockey is through now that senior hockey is again with us. We've been speak- ing to Ed Bruchet and to Gordon satienal 17 for (_5 clip in a season aver- age to date is an ample J333. Cut loose by the world champion Timers when they purchased George Kel! from Philadelphia, the 37- year-old veteran has plugged the gaa on Joe Cronin's club. playing evea better bail than l.e; ratCtliaJl raSlIXUl di'i when he was with the Sox in 1337 and 1938. York's average of JOS isn't quite as dazzling as Ted Williams'. Dora-, DiMaggio's or Johnny Peskv's I Continuing play in the leihhrsdge but it's plenty above his .264 at De- Fraternal Fastball league, teams troit last season. Kis 44 runs-hat- j from the Oddfellows and the Elks American Atsn. Kansas Ciiy 2, Milwaukee 8. LouisttUe 3. 4; Indianapolis 0. 7. Toledo 5. Columbus 8. Minneapolis 4. St. Paid 1. League Schedule ted-in gives him third place in the American League and boosted his lifetime total to SSO. Higgles and York were in mur- derous baiting moods yesterday as the Red Sox came from behind to tangle tonight. Wednesday in the barracks diamond in another scheduled game. The game is slat- ed to begin at pjn, and at this game and all future Fraternal tilts a silver collection will be taken: the founce Cleveland, 10-5. It was proceeds 10 go for the benefit of their 12th win Jn a 13-game streak j crippled children, that also includes a 12-innlng tie. I Following is the schedule for the Higgins knocked in six runs with a j of the play homer, triple and two singles and (players are advised to clip this York had a perfect four-for-four schedule for future WHEKI CfFERED Y3U A JOB TAKEN THE JOB !N MOUR IBQM GA5S5 VQULD HAVE .MADE is Nscfcwanr is, aaieways To Shooting Win Ball Games Local sports fans turned out to the Henderson Fastball Stadium Jane (Jft Albert M. Day, director of the Unit- ed Stares Fssix and Wildlife Ser- International Handicap Won By Pagan Star CALGARY, June Cal- gary spring race meeting wound up Saturday at Victoria Park track with a crowd or about 8.00O in at- Tuesday night were treated to a! told tbe house of represeraa- tendance and the thoroughbreds pair oi exe-iiing games as CatelU's; ttves eomnsfesee Mon- shipped to Winnipeg for the open- trounced Mihaiik's 8 to 1, and Safe- day ilia; a shorter dack-saoctiEg ing of the Jlanitooa season next way Rovais edged out Wool-worth s season, a reduced bag limit or both. Saturday. I Babes 13-18. Weather was perfect be necessary to hals aa Pagam Star won the InteraatJion- j for the spectators, who were able aform.i'sg decline IB "nild duck al Handicap, closing day feature for to sit back and relax with soft ulaticn. a purse of "sl.OOO. The N. D. Camp- drinks and other refreshments as He said observers bell's Handicap star beat Neil the oies's battled it out reports -ia Canada and Alaska, Strome and Korafloy witn Tidv m a caylight fixture and the expected abous July 15, wfateh. Peter next in the foii-hcrse field. teams struggled for master? m a, would determine what would floodlighted event. be recommended. Catelli's grabbed an early lead, in jas; TWO years, Mr. when they harvested three rtas to reported, the dxicic popaJatJoa feu the secoscl From then on from to i_ f j thev satisfied themselves with tfcree 36 per cent. The principal reason VxlUD 1 ItlC j additional runs, one of these, in for the decrease -sras dry weather __________ ;he sixth inrunz. a hosier off the, cf the last two years. MONTREAL. of J. i shooters of the Calgary Rifle Clab successfully defended their Donun- Calgary Rifle ion championship against 134 of tfc afternoon, including two doubles and a home run. DETROIT WINS Hal Newhouser joined the 10-win circle by hurling the Detroits to an 8-3 decision over New York Yan- i kees. Detroit launched a 12-hit! barrage that included round trip- i Greenberg and Dick' vs. 2Sks. vs. vs. Oddfellows. vs. Elks. vs. Elks. The between Oddfel- Wakefield. Doubles by "Walt Judnich John Berardino helned Tex Shirley j and St. Louis Browns down Wash- i ington, S-2. beating Sid Hudson.! Edgar Smith outdueled Russ Chris- topher. as Chicago blanked the Athletics. 1-0. in a game marked by a "White Sox triple play. Jaycee team on July 10 and 11. If I game is necessary in the will be played July 17. EMIL SICK CHANGES RAINIERS MANAGER SEATTLE. June i? Skiff, manager of the last place j Seattle Raimers in the Pacific Coast baseball league. Tuesday nignt was released by owner Smil Sick. Sick's office revealed it was at- tempting to obtain Jo Jo White from Sacramento as playing boss. White, a Detroit Tiger star of the middle 1930's, was a standout with Rainier pennant winners in 1940 and 1941. Sick said the temper of the fans managers. Burdett Wins Ball Game; Leads League If ational League lead! BURDSTT league shrunk to one game when the Dod- between Burdett and Win- gers_fell before St. 9-2. __ i pndpd _ilh _ of 6_3 Johnnv Vander Meer went the i route for the first tine this sea- j son. scattering eight hits to Cincinnati Reds a 3-2 edge New York. Those amazing Phillies reeled off their 10th victory in thsir last 14 drubbing Chicago Cubs. 4-1. Five straight first-inning hits scor- ed all the runs, leaving the Phils only one game behind the seventh- clace Giants. Catcher Hank Camelli's triple tsith the bases loaded enabled Pitts- burgh to top Boston, 5-3, in another night game ings for the first half are: W. L. SPORTS EDITOR. DIES djEVSLANTJ, June The American Baseball Guild reeled under its second major setback to- dav as the National Tabor Relations Board ordered charges of unfair labor practices filed against Pitts- burgh's Pirates be either withdrawn or dismissed. There was no immediate com- ment from Robert Murphy, Guild leader, who was reported staying with friends in New York. Murphy's nest move to achieve recognition, of his union is doubt- ful, but it is believed he may appeal W> the Pennsylvania Labor Rela- tions Board. Murphy had asserted earlier he had chosen Pittsburgh as the Guild's testing ground because "it is covered by both the national labor and state acts." "I am sure." he said, "it is cov- ered by the Pennsylvania Labor Act if not'bv the national one." The Pennsylvania Labor Board possibly would accept jurisdiction of the" dispute in which Murphy seeks a bargaining election among Pittsburgh Pirate Water Conditions Are Becoming Serious For Ducks WINNIPEG. June The weekly report of Ducks Unlimited (Canada) said the lives of millions of ducks in western Canada will depend upon June rains and add- ed that water conditions in North and Southeastern Alberta and southern Saskatchewan are becom- ing serious. A stwdv is being made to deter- ihange in mine the" extent of cefertiiization damage to incomplete duck egg clutches caused by early May frosts. j. j _ The r.oocVg.-.ted same off hectic affair witii plenty of er- _, nament. the Dominion axarksraen organisation announced Monday. fifth and were totally barrea 'or Safeways. They blew 2id gathering up a, total of eight runs, including one brought in by 13L Sancht and F. ifcrnck. After s patise the a 150x, Recreation Toronto indicates the numoer of shots pi: ed in the small x-ring in the tar- j i gefs buirs eye. 1 oronto Marksmen The victory was the fourth f Ct. x. the Calgary" club which finished! Win Inter-City OtlOOt play rung, K. W-ison scored a home ran Ja the fifth inning, chasing hose two .vers ahead of her for Woot- Thursday, it was learned Tuesday night. TAUXH4T.I, WINS PAIR BASEBALt, GAMES large crowd turned out Sunday to witness the enthusiastically contested base- j tail games beragen the Vauxhall' snd home tssm. Results: 7-5 and 14-2 in favor of Vauxhall. BtACK TVIXS VANCOUVER CITY GOLD TITLE FOB GOLF VANCOUVER. June 12 K? Kenny Slack of Vancouver, dura- tion Canadian amateur Gold cham- pion and a leading contender for the 1947 rfne'val to be held in Ed- mont-Gn shortly, Sunday won the Vancouver city amateur Gold- tide with a score of 145. 3IACKENZIE WINS TORONTO AND DISTRICT GOLF TITLE TCRONTO. June Mackenzie of Toronto Tuesday add- ed the Toronto and district women's golf championship to her Ontario ladies' title, won las; week, with an 82 for a 36-hole total of 167 the Rosedale golf club course. A SOLID FAVOURITE Winchester Cigarettes arc a "solid favourire" when continuous smoking satisfaction is desired. Three of the world's choicest cigarette tobaccos, Turkish, Virginia and Burlcy, "Blended give thcra thai winning combination of taste and aroma...the "big discovery" in a cigarette. Wiznrr of :h: S100.00O Siaia Derby KnocLdovra, ihc "big discov- ery" coJi, a fcargita residing fco-jsh: for tor the N5iinc Qiircc Fansa, drfcstcd his siifclc mar; Srir Pilot who cost 20 rirats as srech. Ht raaJc his own pace, acd 2i h: TCGOSL.AV DAVIS COP ENTKX DEFEATS FRANCE PARIS, June defeated France in an upset Davis cup triumph Tuesday, three matches to two. The Yugoslavs will meet the winners of the Sweden-Bel- gium tie in the European zone finals. ORTIZ SCORES KNOCKOUT, DEFENDS WORLD TITLE SAN FRANCISCO. June bantamweight iianuel Ortiz. successfully defended his title for the I5lh tune when he knocked out Jackie Junch, 117H. Sap Jose, Cahf.. in the llth round of their schedule! 15 lound fight at the Civic Auditorium Mcndaj night. EASIER With Minora Blades! Greater comfort, plus fhot'j lowdown on Iff quality blads In tha low-price FITS YOUR DOUSIE-IDGC IA2OI Tonight's Fastball A donbleheader fixture will be at the Henderson Fastball stadium tonight Wed- nesday, commencing at sharp, and fastball fans are urged to torn out. Both games will feature junior teams. Dodgers will plav the Col- legiate in the daylight event, the Sea Cadets will tangle with the Columbus Club Shastas under the lights. General Track Meet For Local Students Students from all of the city pub- lic schools gathered "at the Hen- derson Fastball Stadium today Wed- nesday, to stage a general track and field meet. Jumping and run- ning events were held in the morn- ing, beginning at and races were held in the afternoon com- mencing at Printed ribbons were awarded to contestants coming first, secciid and toird. Crests are to be pre- sented to the champions of each class, and medals, 'donated by Dr. A. A. Haig and G. C. Pat- erson. will be awarded to the boy and the girl champion in each of the "A" and "B" classes. first in 1939. 1940 and 1941. was a four-year layoff in the com- j petition during the war. wort Safeway players also June 12 A. their share of the home rocs. 3. team of 15 Toronto sharpshooters' Sanciie went all the way around Finest individual performance defeated leadus? marksmen from in the seventh driving home two was turned in by P. B. Wynne of j seven other Canadian cities to players ahead of her. iferrxSc the Calgary club who scored 500- the inter-cities target nfle i also scored a home rua. riinrg 46x oat of a possible 500-aOx for competition sponsored by the Ca- same inning. 000 100 2 031 Oil 5 S 1 Batteries: Edwards. Dorchafc and three-posi ciwra. The Wyoming. CnU Ladies' Club won the DooUmon Ladies'! a score of 1.433. I out of a IjOO. A Winnipeg. Batteries: Edwards. Dorchafc and Rifle i team finished in second place with, Sorokcsla; Tarsava and Andy Ya- iean Rifle Club of Winnipeg lllx to 1.500-iOlx. championship, defeating the Ucan- Montreal and Winnipeg each had I WocIworUis.. 000 373 10 10 two entries. i Safeways 031 ISO II 13 Other scores: Calgary 1.478. Ed-j Wilson and Court; lands ami montcr. 1.475, Sherbrooks. Tocalli. 1.475. IXfontrea! 1.474. Vancouver! Officials: Mel Friend and 1.474. Montreal 1.471. Winnipeg i Low. and Ottawa 1.428. j-------------------------------------------- VATCCH.U1. WIXS BASEBALL GAMES local ball team and fans travelled to Turin yesterday and there won in a doubleheader with the Turin team. TEAM BEATS, t-S. CLrB 10-1 The score of the second game was NSW YORK. June particularly favorable to the Vaux- touring Liverpool soccer club scored hall team. the 10th and final triumph of its On Sunday. June 2, City team j American visit Tuesday night when played in Vauxhall with the local j it trounced the American soccer Isa- team. Vauxhall wen. both, games, gne ali-stajs. 10-1. FISK Tires! Sturdy, kmg-mfleaze Fwt Tires fast-gTOHing with Canadian car and truck owners- For economy, safety mnd service avoid premium that sell st standard prices! Sold only at the sign of the big Time to Re-Tire Bay FISK CUT DOWN ON TAXING LAXATIVES THIS WAY SM How lUxuIar You Cut Moraine TiytakinsCarter'sPiUstais-xayrStart fith 3 and set 3. deflnite time coming, Wbsn j-ou gel repiiar every morning cut dawn to 2. After days, try L. Thra try taking Carter's entry day. 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