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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1946 OUT ON A WVJ x TWIG wtth LOKIMEK FENWIC1 Sweeney Sehriner had nothing to report nhen he mas ia town yester- day as far as definitely signing any players were concerned. But ne dm say that he had contacted a few and was hopeful of getting theux on iiie dotted line come next win- ter. Right- now he is on his way to Winnipeg. Billy earned his first money in the nng. a ten dollar bill, by hanging a fas siuaer oa former middleweight champion Mickev Walker. Hank Greenber? is the highest paid major leaguer WIIG a monstrous sal- ary of per year. about sen thousand more than Di- Maggio or Bob Feller recehe. Bv she way. Feller. Xenhouser and Ferriss son thirty games be- tween them, or ten apiece, since the beginning 01 the season. They have only lost six games. The Canterbury Course, scene of the American" Open, is a par 72. yard lajout. The hole ss really a. toughie. eiery j-ard of its 615. There is so much demand for seats at the Louis-Conn fight this coming Wednesday even- ing that Mike Jacobs has installed more of them. The greedy thing! A pitcher w.ih a very classy American delivery is Mitchell of Button's. His wmdup is well worth watching. A very drooly pole was made in Medicine Hat the other day at Al- exandra High School when a young- ster in the intermedia te class lault- ed nine seven and a half inches. Try K yourself. If you hke to Bee good golf you'd better take a peek at the matches In the Herald Trophr tomorrow at the Country Club. Skeeter Rizzoto of the Yankees was offered a jear for five of them p'us a bonus for signing by the Mexican League. He refused. After no doubs having his pay increased substantially by his bosses Week-End Fastball Fans trill be able to enjoy plenty of calibre fastball over the weekend, provided the Weatherman, is generous. Sat- urday the Sea Cadets and the Collegiate will play a daylight fixture commencing: at pjn. That game Trill be follow- ed up by a floodlight fixture when Dodgers will tangle with the Columbus Club Sbastas. Sunday a doubleheader will be played between Dr. Ballard's girls' team of Calgary and Mc- Arthurs' Generals of Lethbndge, games to commence at p. m. and p-m. Calgary's sensational 13-year-old pitcher, Onelia Crawford, will be play- Marge Hanna will be in the box for Generals. Ail games are slated for the Henderson Fastball Stadium. Leafing Red Sox Lose Two In Row By JOE SEICHLER (Associated Press Spori Writer.) Looking through powerful field glasses from, a hat zoay be laugh- ingly called contending positions in the American League pennant race, New York Yankees and Detroit Tigers today believed tney detected signs o- a slump by the ruoairay Boston Red Sox. The almosi-out-Oi-sigfat second and third placers, trailing the Red games, re- last nigatj when Boston suffered a 8-5 lacing" by Chicago White Sox for its second straight setback. New York and Detroit both iron yesterday, the Yankees routing S'. Louis Browns under tae lights 6-1 and the Tigers humbling Washing- ton 7-2 in a twilight affair, to gam a full game each on. the Jleaders- league Is mas the first time in a month that Joe Cromn'5 gang-faus'ers had cropped two is a row and onlv the thud tune it happened all season. Chicago at' Saraes ic. Jsilv and u> date taev June vs. "Sa.voss- tae edge of she stream, permjting i been unaole "o -lave one prac- j Shaoghnessy vs. CateJIL the refuse to flow awa- is' impossiole to ejcpect, pub-, June vs. HtKtoss; Mil- conducive to the spread "of 1 unless these to and is therefore prohiosted unde" I first their the regulations. Anglers are asked' support Plans are to on Sundav eienings and it a coped thas eioush will rum oat this Intermediate girls. St. Pat's "A" vs. Fsrst Baptist at the barracks: First United vs St. Pat's ___ 6 -B" as Sc. Basil's; the first few oavs of the season, i vs. First United at the barracss: St. Peter and St- Paul's vs. St. Pats at St Basil's school; Wednes- Southminster vs. First Bap- tiso at St. Pat's high school: Thurs- St Pat's "A" vs St Pat's "B" at St. Basil's school: Friday LJXS. vs. St. Pat's "C" as the barracks. American League Washington 2. Detroit 6. Kew York 5, St Loms i. Boston 5. Chicago 9. Philadelphia. 5, Cleveland 3. International Buffalo 6, Syracuse I. FOOT games postponed. Next Week's Games, Sunday School Ball Following is next week's schedule for the Lethbndge Sunday scnool Fastball League, all games to start a; pjn.. Senior boys- Un- j ited is. LJO S. the Barracks, i Bapiisc vs. First! Unitea at the barracss: St. Pat's vs. Maclecd at the barracks; Thurs- Pat's vs at West- minster scnool: Ban- tist at ilacleod Intermediate bovs- St Fat's "A" vs. St. "Pat's "C" "at the barracks; First Baptist vs St Peter and St. Paul's at Sc Pat's higa school: Peter and St Pauls vs Macleod ac the barracks, UTTSJ, United vs St Pat's '-A' at St. Pat's high school; L.D.S vs. St. Pat's "B" at St. Basil's school; Fnaay Southronster vs ilacleod a; the barracks; St Peter and St Paul's vs. SL Pat's "C" at St Basil's scaool; First Baptist St. Pat's "A" at Fleetwood school; First United vs. St. Pat's "B" at Junior girls- ilondjg' LJ5.S. vs St Pa-'s "A" as Central school: Tuesdav St. peter and St. Pauls vs. Stl Pat's "A" at St Basils schoo1; Wednesday Southminster vs LJ3.S. at Ceiitral school. Thurs- St. Peter and St. Paul s vs St. Pat's "B" at St. Basils school. Blairmore Ball Team Beats Coleman Club BLAIRMORE CKS3) In a loosely played and long drawn out, game Blairmore Columbus club baseball team defeated tne Cole- man. 14 to 7 recently. Fiemming on. the mound for Cole- man was touched for 13 safeties while Schlasser and Chala allowed sis safe hits. Score bv innings: R. H E- Coleman 230 Oil 767 Blairmore 113 502 13 8 Fiemming Kovacik and George; Schlasser, Chala and Schlasser, Do- bek. DAY NIGHT SERVICE AH comfortably heated cars with careful drivers who think of your welfare first. WHEN YOU MEED A TAXI, PHONE BILLS TAXI super in me language of ths boys it's because Picobae is a cool, slow-burning smoke, with few light-ops, and no 'dottle.' Like most pipe smokers, I've made the rounds smoked almost every brand; but for me Picobae is the best of them ail." Have you tried Pfcofcoc Gef lo-doyl icobac The Pick of Pipe Tobaccos MR. CAR OWNER Our mechanics know a satisfied customer is the best test of their ability, and they aim to satisfy. make appointment for large overhaul jobs. MECHANIC SALES, LTD. Work Corner 3rd Are. and llth St. S. Hold Out for DOMINION TOKALS Original Equipment, on 1946 CARS VENTILATED TREAD For coo! running and longer life. SAFETY BONDED CORD Extra protection from blowouts. SAFETY TREAD BLOCKS For long mileage and safe stops. J. A. JARDINE'S TIRE SUPPLY 402 FIRST AVENUE SOUTH LETHBRIBGE. ALBERTA PHONE 3580 We Carry a Full Line of Tractor Tires Complete Tire Service Streams closed m the surrcurd- in? area include Creek. also as Ducgarros: Emss Creek, !ers vs. Broders. June vs. Saf >wav vs Satcns. June vs Brod- ers vs Snaiighnessy. impossible to play neighboring towns ac various celebrations tnis! Arthur vs. Safeway. Severs Hotary clubs wiG be renre- The Rinks A. Dykes. Jr., T. Causer. T SIc- A. Arm.K. R. Smith. 3. W. Hodge, S. Fields, E. Hugcson. J. Dykes, E. Morns. Yucycus J. Steele, T. Osecki, Scroggie. W. Kiiox, A. Dykes, ST.. B. Bark- ley. A. E. Thomas, W. Stots, G Stew- art. G. Shirley, R. Salary. J. Milroy. P. Clayton, F Beard Wooliiscrofs. J. Murpny. J. Clarke W. McGuire. J. Barklev, Mc- Millan. H- H. Watson, J. Shields, D Al- lan. Xeit Week's Games Dykes vs A. Amsts; G. Shirley vs. J. Sceele. near Macleod. which are used as reanrg ponds. Only the main stream of tne Old Mas Hiver is open. All unnamed creeks appear-1 by the Southern ing on the map or plan of :he <-aK.e Club is waj Rockv at a rececs meeuns. return of Jersey milk to the Calgary market will oe ithem Albert was decided i vs J. Knox vs A. H. Thomas. Dykes: Clayton, vs. J. Mur- phy. W. McGuire- vs. H. Watson. Amutt rs. G. Shirley, vs. J. Ujkes. Rocky Mountain Forest Reserve and the foJlowms streams within tae reserve are closed streams: Lvnz' Creek, all tributaries of the Crow's Nest River with the exceamon of and Go-d Creek." Daisy, j and Racehorse Creeks tri-' butanes to the Cid Man Rrver i White Creek snbutary of the Liv- ingstone River; Bruce. Lyndon and Trout creeks rnbutanes 'of Creek, the North jork of Willow! Creek and all tributaries of the Highwood rivers are closed EO ang-! iers j Watertoa Lakes National Parks! fishing regulations are practically j the same as the provincial regula- tions, except that the dailv catches j vary at different lakes. The park las.es afford some dandy fishing, botli for trolling and fly casting, and almost all kinds of fish mav be taken. If you call as the Park's information bureau vou will be di- rected to the lakes holding the fish you wish to take. DEATH DANDELIONS and WEEDS Baseball Teams Here To Play For White Lunch Trophy r.S. DAVIS CUP TEAM- LEADS PHILIPPINE EXTRT ST. LOUIS. June ior baseball team will play a doubleheader at Adams Park to- morrow, Sunday, and fans are urg- ed to turn out. The games we-e ar- raaged to play off for the White Lunch, trophy, presently held by the Columbus Club The firs: game 01 tae twin-bill will start at 2 00 pjn. and the second will get unoerway at 6 pjn. ed States out in front" m its Amer- ican zone Davis Cup watch with the -caa zone Davis Cup match with the ton-tanking Unnmo jrelicisuso Arnpon, 5-0, 6-0. and 8-0 BUIy Tal- bert of Cmcinna'i made it 2-0 for the United States fay defeating-, Amado Sanches. No. 2 Fuipoo.' 6-1. 6-3 and 6-0 in tae second j singles duel. No Now s Iain FREE f-onj and too sood to But !S DANDELION and WEED KILLER. dow sq DANDELION- ft- and form. Oet WEED KILLEK and oa pt-ed by Xausvucst of IEW S jrsrariWfd os a faia3y wh.rh, K5. DDT Card'n Spray: 5% DDT Bun Sprav. Fair- DDT HouKboM Surfiw Spray. DDT LITT- Spray. Fly COB "nth DDT. and Faji-eu. faroou hcuaehoid FOR iforaerfy Cbor- for ZT FAIRVIEW CHEMICAL COMPANY LTD. REGJNA SASK. On the Road There is s large arsry of oatdoor men who have learned to defend oa Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pflk. Bid- ing on trains or trucks causes jamng which, ia hard on the as is also the exposure to all tiadj of wind and This medicine to strmnlste action of the kidneys and relieve backaches which ao often result. For OTer Itaiif a ceaiury taey hart been popular with railway men, truckers and farmers. Dr. Chase's Chic "Young Begjstered ITS. Patent QtSsa [V THAT PROVES CRIME GCLLX NOW 25 CftU IN THERE HIDES STA.VPS IN M.DNK3J77 VJHAT VOU CONS DONALD Walt Disney US. Patent QiSot IT PANS TO EA.RL.-y' i XT 41 Capp QUICK -AFORE MAH ftRAIN TO ALL Mr I LISTEN TO RADDO. FOR NOW, COMES FROM AU. STATJOOK WERRY SAF1E. ,5 LENA HYE.VJA- r-A'JL KINDS VCJCS IS THIS HOW CAM t'M RESSSTTFNG THINK I'M SWEE-EST Ul. MONSTER IN AU. TM' BRICK BRADFORD-And the Wifch Doctor of Wanch 6AJ4DY, ONE TUBE ASSEMBLY! HAS SEEM SHOT WE'RE" FUEL RAPiOLY.1 POUR OK THE COAL, LAND SHOULDN'T SS MORE THAN 30 MINUTES OR SO NOiffH AT OUR TOP SPEED.' By WiLUAM RiTT and CLARENCE GRAY THQU6H WOUNDED, THE STRICKEN PLANE LEAPS AWAY F52OM THE BEWIDERED RGHTEQS A. DEER Fi2CM HOISC5 ;