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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JUNE OUT ON A wu A TWIG with LOREMEK FEXWICK Smash Records At School Sports Meet A BIT OF F-VEEVTUrSG Mis. Elizabeth Graham's horses. tvhlcSj won oier half a mu- Uoa cellars last year, have been sanguarlv unsuccessful in, big races this year the Toronto ex- plains that tfaev have been AMauUt- ed it is rumored that at least 100 golf hails lost during the Eaton-Herald golf tournament at is pretty roagaj going but probably untrue that excited gleam YOU see 33. the aver- age male's eyes these days is due to the imminent approach of the opening o: the fishing season Captain O Dawon of the lake Course and Captain John Forrest i of the Country Club expect to an-> Bounce their teams lor the HnaMr Trophy competition any day now the sngles matches be play- ed Sunday, ricbteen holes in the morning and eighteen in the afternoon good crowds have been attending the fastball gsmes e-.er since the ram disappeared ana officials are quite pleased about it the fans seem to be, too there is talk of reviving the Herald Koad Race Joe is still in the midst of his disastrous hitting slump although he manages to bat out the occasional valuable bosner onlv six more cays and most of us will" be tuning our shell- ears in to the Louis-Conn fight most experts are picking Louis to win within ten rounds, although Jimmy Braddock and a few other ex-boxers figure Conn, because of HERALD SPORTS PAGE NINE Room and Board by Gene Tied as City Schools Hold General Meet Fire Tttorta vere broken five were equalled Wed- nesday, as local public students competed in a gen- eral track aad Held meet siag- ed at the Henderson Fastball Stadium. Weather was Ideal for the event, and many parents. as veil as all the public school children, turned out for the Children from each school were seated in different sections of the Stadium, and cheer leaders led their school mates in -support of their own particular entries. On the basts of noints, Cen- tral school took first place: Fleet wood teas second: West- minster, third, and Galbraith, fourth. Following are the individual champions (the initial of the school being shewn to "A." T. Poole "B" girls-J. Rigby Following are the records broken or equalled during the meet: 12. (W) T. Poole: 3, B. Hurray. Central 2, Gal- braith; 3, Fleefaood. Runing hop, i steo and (W) R. Bissett! R. Penningtos (12' 2. B. Christenson. Running broad s (F) O. Baiiey (IS' 2 j C Sava (T 2. D. Roadhouse: 3. (C) W. Frederick. 2. 'F) T. Morrison field. "D" Boys 73 (G) H- Bolokoskl; 2. (C> H. Ellison: 3. (F) B. Frederick. Runnlns hish central- 3 'G> X. Bloudoff (4' Running'broad nn. t v __j Cunning; 3 Girls 75 'F> J. Rlgby 2] (G) M Hebert, 3 D Hams. Fleeraood 2. D.! Colman. Fleetwood Punning Boys' broad jump, broken by N. BSoudoff of Galbraith; old record 14' neis- Girls" by Gal- braith: old record 29.1; new 285. Girls" "A" 75 by R. Schlacter of" Galbraith; record j E. Peake. Standing broad 92. (C) H Ell'son (G' 2, (O E Girls broad jump j Peake: 3. (C) D. Guild Running by D. McDonald of Cen- high (C) E. Peake (3" 7-V') tral: old record 14' on; 3, (C) E. ingar- O'Conaell 2 J. Rigby; ;3 J. Sandoerg. Standing troad jump 1 F- J. 2 (FJ F. Flak; 3 (W> 1 (F> B. A. McGregor; 14' Girls' by J. Rigbv of Fleetwood: record 93. j Girls' by i Fleetwood: old record 300: new 29.4. Girls' by P. Price of Fleetwood: record 6.4 Girls' by L-. Roskia of Central and'B. Yinze cf Central: record 7.1. Girls' hish Equalled by J. Hall of Westmin- ster: record 3' RESULTS "A" Boys 100 (O G. Hurd. new 2. D. Guild: 3. R. I hor. '-A" Girls 75 yards 1, R. Schlacter 2. fC> S. Fooks; 3. (G> E. 2 fF> C. Barrett 3. Kennedy; 3 >.G, Balazs GaUcaith [3 (F> S. Evans. Gorko. -C- GIrfs 50 1 P. Price 2 (W; S. 3 B. Lowe "DONT BULLY ME, I'LL TELL YOU ALL I KNOW" "So you like my tea. You'd like to know the Brand I use. Well, it's Lipton's L-I-P-T-O-N'S-r-the tea with the lively, brisk flavour." Swing along with Lipton's. Switch to the tea that experts say has brisk flavour never dull, never flat, never wishy-washy always tangy, spirited and full-bodied. Yes, there's new pleasure, new enjoyment, new thrilling refreshment, in every cup of Lipton's. Ask your grocer today for brisk tasting Lipton's Tea. "D" Girls 50 (C) L. Roskia 2 (C) S. Vineze: 3 (G) G. Field. Running broad B. 2 G. Field; 3 (C) L. Raskin. Standing bread jump 1 OC) L Raskin 2 (C) D. Christen- sen: 3 (W) J. Hall. Running high (VT> J. Hail 2 (F) C. Shuriz: 3 (W) J. Freel. 2, West- minster: 3. Fleetwood. Tonight's Fastball Fastball fans are nrjed to attend the citv league double- header slated "to be played in the Henderson Fastball Stadium Thursday, commencins at p-m. The second game wHI be plajed under the flood- lights. Players are introduced over the public address system and a play bj play description of the same is also given. Re- freshments are sold in the stands for the convenience of the fans. Tonight Woolworths will meet Eatons in the first same. while McArthurs will clash with -fcways ia the floodlight fix- ture. BASEBALL PRACTICE Columbus Club Juniors will praciice at the Adams Park ball park commencing at pm. tonight. Thursday. Plajers are requested to be on hand. NAVAL CUSTOMS AND TRADITIONS No. 4 NIGHT ROUNDS: Although the great Nelson officially died battle of Trafalgar, many cuszoms of tooay's Nary teach Jack Tar that Nelson's spirit HTCS Rounds" are sill being mad? with a huge brass candle lantern containing a single 'one' some candle. For practical porposes, a powerful electric torch is also carried but the Nary con- tinues to cherish the glow of tradition which radiates from this 18th-Century Izatcrn! Plain bore paper wMcr. tion not rtki MILD or MEDIUM CORK TIP AND PLAIN !n The OF Tradition Always V LETHBKIDGE GOLF CLUB ENTRY FOR TROPHY BY JOS HEICKLER. Associated Press Sport Wn'er. In the hearts of some 2.786.000' Brooklyn residents there was- noth- tax but forgiveness for their dear j Dodgers were due-back home' todav from their weary and nearlj t disastrous urestern invasion. i And why Hadn't tfeeir be- loved Bums presented their faithful s followers writh the moss- desirable' oirthcay present, imaginable b> t whipping those St. Loins I Cardmais for the first time m five rneetiugs tms season on Brooklyn s '300th i mattered if the Brooks had dropped five straight oa the road? j So wnat if their Huirgin' had shrank :o tuo? Who cared s She Redbirds had walloped! i their heroes four successive tunes 1 prior to Wednesday night's congest? j That was sater under the Brook- lyn brsdge. Hadn'; those Beautiful i Bums Tnon the gasie :hey wanted. them to win of all' And t wereii'fc they coming back hcrae in the National league's top spot? For a usse. it appeared Dodger faithful would have to go, to bed birthday pres- ent as the ninth inning opened v-.ih' i Cards 7-6 T. Brooklyn's National League New York 2. Cincinnati 3. Brooklyn 10, St. Louis 7. Boston at Pittsburgh, Philadel- phia at Chicago, ram. American League Cleveland Boston 2. Detroit 6, New York 5. St Louis 1. Wasmngton 0. Chicago at Philadelphia, ram. Pacific Coast Canadian and Mexican Davis Cup Teams Begin Play MONTREAL June A3- though he doesn't weigti any than his shadow, Henri Boehoa oi Montreal carried a big burden to- 1 day as Canada and Mexico se- abou; i the Qrst day of bussaess in S first round Uorth, American Davis cup series. The little French-CaEadian. Trh i moves tie scale barely to 130- f pound mark and looks as if a- i strong gust of Trind aaigas him S off the court, was drawn against Armando Vega, tee Mexican na- nocai champion, in ose of the >wo ooerang day singles jnatcfaes, Bren- dan Macken of Montreal meet aa- otcer Solasdo ax the oiaer match. 9. Bud McKiHop. Stan How- ard, George Parsons. Scan Gustafson and Al Walton will comprise the Lethbndge Golf team Aill play a Country club entry tor the Herald golf trophy, ahich has been put up tween the two teams tangle Country club Sundaj-. San 0. Hcllvs-ocd 1. Sacramento 5. Oakland 3. San Francisco 1. Portland 0. Los Ar-geles i, SeatCe 2. International Montreal 2, 23: Jersev Ci Toronto 9. Syracuse 5. liuffaJs 3. Baltimore 1. Rochester 3. Newark American Asm. Toledo 4. Co'.ucibus 3. Loiusviile 4, IndjanapoliS 2. .._._.Ji. -be XatJonal leaeue as tn? alace. most explosive weapon, led o" the iell'as the Chicago-Philadelphia hurst allowed 17 walis whi.e piten- frame with a double and before the in tr-.e Amencan circuit. mg the tlrst four Brooks Over In the box ai tie Sftix 'mmrg. handlln; tire duties t tite resjsuijier of tiie garble. ClVfl CC TC AM .Karvev was catcher. Dodgers claun- nlyo'her diflULX.5 1 fcAM UttUiJtli 11 rans. -ts and ccmmltsed three errors MONTREAL, June tbe Sooilight feature tae in Macken and Henn Rocrtoa, siastas in 13 rstcs. tuns Dodgers, Shastas Fastball Winners colussbus Club Scastas and Sc- 3 Docgers scored -snns in a junior league doubieteader played ac Use 1 Henderson. Fastball Stadium Wed- nesdar eveaing, defeating tae Cadets and the IL.C.L -earcs. In tfce Srst gain? Foyccisk claSm- the Dockers. Wright "served bearsd round was over, the Dodgers had kayoed the Cards 10-T to safeguard thesr slim lead. REDS BEAT GLINTS In the National t game. Cincinnati Reds handed Ni 1 York Gianis iheir film straight defeat. 3-2. to drop :he Po'o Indians to become the western TO ESTABLISH DL'CK BKEEDIKG GROCND REGINA. June Sas- club to defeat Joe Cream's Amen- tmT'es PerT' a-d 4o7ho" Sir 96. canjeasue leaders in 19 games tim7 SetUe- 1 merit, died 111 Boston. Detroit's Tigers made !t three-in- I a-row over Neiv York Yankees last j nigh; by coming from behind to j ond. House area miles norrJi of here. Jack bested where it create a large swamp. Washington's Bobo" Newsom lA> fa area as a breeding ground fpr wild: 10 innings as outfielder Grace ducks and muskrats. in coUabora-; moled to dnve in Hank Helf with tion with Ducks Unlimited. Natural i [he only run of the game Resources Minister J. L- Phelps said j Rain'washed out the Pittsburgh- Wednesday. I Boston and Chicago Philadelphia DOUBLE WEAR ALSO -NO-MAHK' MOWN BILTRITE "THAT REMINDS ME---WKL HOUOW CWWND SUPES FIBUW.E IN TO6 RAZOR' Wilt NOT SUP ASK FOR THEM 4V NAME No pressing downwfacnyoaswitxyat shaves! New Pal's marvelous flexible delicately over your off whiskers frith a feathr touch. New Pals are rut- nwisiofti-rinse and shake to dry. Gi. a todar- Adc by for new PAL GROOTP BLA.PES. 4 for IQc, 10 for25c. 50 tl. Chic Yonn? Registered "CS. Paters AFTER TO SLEB? A Lmi_E mspy rr AND LEAVS >CU A C31.VE LOOK MAMA, PULLED LOOSE TOOTK JDOXALD Walt Disney <5H S- SOW 'j Al Capp BRICK BRADFQRD-And rhe Witch Dodor of Wanchi I j TH55 !5 8i22CK BRADFORD AMERICAN AND FRIENDS 7 ACKNOWLEDGE, By W1LUAM RITT and CLARENCE GRAY "-WTTTH A DEAFENING ROAR F1SHTERS OWE DOWN UPON AND PAST BRICK'S PLANE NEWSPAPER ;