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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JUNE 17, 1946 ON A TWIG with LOBIMEK FENWICK Sound the trumpets! We hai.e at last made up our mind on tne IxHus-Coan batwrfest at Yankee Stadium this coming Wednesday. After mucn cogitation New Boston Ball Players Pay Off Bv JOE REICHLER Press Sport Writer) Billy (David Harusn) Southworth, doesn't consider a day well spent unless ce comes up with a KO..I- cew "Recskin" for his Boston several sly peeks at our ban- Braves' appears today to count have decided to go along, a 10-Strike in his latest with the Brown Bomber. In acquisition Bulv Heraian. one of are willing to go so far as to top-flight infielders cur- that Conn will be sound asleep j ttle tne end of the eighth round, j Arriving 30 minutes before game 'time following the trade which There are a number of rather j brought him from Brooklyn in ex- gsilUble souls hereabouts who dis- j change for Catcher Stu Hofferth. acree with our choice and who are j Herman drove in the Braves" initial willing to place next rear's new j run in the first game of Boston's shirs on the block to back up their j Double header with Cincinnati claims. They feel that Conn is going" to win bv a decision because of ass comparative jouth and his vaunted boxing ability. Phooey! We say phooey because we can't see how" a good boxer without a knockout reinch can keep his chin away from a fair boxer with a knockout punch for fifteen rounds, or forty-five minutes. We feel sure thai Bdiv leave himself wide open as some tune curing the bout. even though it be for only a fraction of a second, and that Louis will take advantage of it and lay him low. Interest in the fight is at a high pitch around here and we imagine that a lot of people will be staying home and listening to the radio on Wednesdav evening. Tso people in fact. Bill'Yuill and Percy Yeo of Medicine Hat, are so interested that, they are leaving their radios behind and taking the plane for New York to see the fracas from as close to the ringside as they can get. We'll try to get their reactions to it as soon as they get back. Baseball National League SCSDAY GAMES Cincinnati 1, 0; Boston 2. 2. Cnicago 2. Brooklyn 4. St. Ixmte 4. 1: New York 1. 9. Pittsburgh Philadelptua 4, I. SATURDAY GAMES St. Louis 5. New York 11. Cincinnati 3. Boston 2 Chicago 3, Brooklyn 5. Pittsburgh 1, Phiiadelpnia 3. HERALD SPORTS PAGE ELEVEN Room and Board bycene Ahem American League SUNDAY GAMES Washington 6. 3. New York 9, 7; St. Lotus 2, 5. Boston 6. 4; Chicago 1. 7. Philadelphia 1, 2; CtetelanS 2. 3. SATL-BDAY GAMES Washington I. Detroit 3. Boston 6, Chicago 7 Philadelphia 1. Cleveland 4. New York 3. Louis 6. which sent the Brakes on their -aay to a tum triumph the Reds 2-1 and 2-0. Prior to his latest "scoop." Scuth- former St. Louis Cardinals pilot. carroUed Rav Randers. Johnny Hopp, Dannv Lithwhiler and Ernie White from" the Redbirds: Johnny Barret from Pittsburgh. Mike Me- SUNDAY GAMES Conmck and Jun Konstantj from Syracuse 13, 1, Montreal 3. 2. Rochester 6. 2; Jersey City 4, 6. Toronto 7. 3; Baltimore 6. 5. International the Reds; Si Johnson from Phila- delphia Phils; Emerson 'Roser Irom New York Yankees and Don Padget from she Dodgers. Konstanty has since been released. Mort Cooper, another former Cardinal who preceded Southworth to the Braves, followed Ed Wright's eight-hit performance with a two- m the nightcap, the 30th Newark 11, 7; Buffalo 5. 4. WILSON AND ALLEN WIN LADIES' GOLF Mrs A. Wilson and Mrs. A. Allen won the recent Henderson Lake Golf Club tomb-stone competition in which there were 24 contestants. Friday evening's putting competi- tion was won Mrs. N. S. Mc- Eiroy. Ness Wednesday's competi- tion will be a two-ball foursome when new members will be teamed with older members. Hostesses will be ilrs. Gustafson, Mrs. and Mrs. A. Wilson. Howard TUNS BALL GAME MILK RHTER. (HNS) An eshibiuon baseball game was play- ed on Sunday, June 9, at Milk Rrver, between Allerston and Milk River, Allerston beat Milk River by quite a. margin. shut-out of his eixht-jear career. The league-leading Dodgers in- creased their margin over the run- ner-up Cares bv whipping Chicago Cubs. 4-2. The Cards split with New York Giants when the Polo grounders came back to humble them 9-1 after J the Cards had -non the opener 4-1. Boston Red Sox dropoed their first series of the season v.hen thej could do no better than divide two games with Chicago White Sox. Boston won the opener 6-1. The Paie Hose came back to route four Boston Ditchers to win the after- piece 7-4. After pounding out a 3-2 win o'.er St. Louis Browns, the Yankees cashed in on a three-base error by Pitcher Tex Shirley to win the nightcap 7-5 in 10 innings. Washington Senators triumphed over Detroit Tigers 6-3 in a game held to seven innings by rain and dprkness. The largest crowd in Philadel- phia's National ieague history, 36.- 910, saw the Phils extend their winning streak to four stralgnt when they beat Pittsburgh 4-3 in the opener. The Pirates came back in nightcap to hand the Phils their fifth defeat in the last 17 games, 10-1. Cleveland moved into fifth by winning botn encs of its double header with Philadelnhia Athletics 2-1 in 11 innings ana 3-2 The second game was stopned after innings because of ram and dark- SATURDAY GAMES Montreal 3. 3; Newark 4, 7. Toronto 5: Baltimore 8. Rochester 1. Jersey City 8. Buffalo 1. 0, Syracuse 0. 7. Pacific Coast SUNDAY GAMES San Diego 9. 0; Hollywood 4. 3. Sacramento 4. 5: Oakland 3. 3. Los Angeles 8. 3; Seattle 7. 2 San Francisco 6, 8. Portland 4, 5. BUT BEFOfcETHS. UMCLE BESET IS UMCLJE HIS BERT GAVE HJMTWO W OS A WiMCK I THAT I YOCSLER. WTS1A 11 so' iBSOOSKTAN AKUST FROM. TO ENTSOASM US V.TTM K1S Generals Whip Calgary BaD Team Dr BaUard's girls" fastball team Mexican Davit Cup Team Canadian Entry MOUNT ROYAL T2NSI8 CLT3B, Montreal, June 17. Mexico's Vega brotners, Rolando and Ar- or Ca'gary Vas soundly trounced o-. mando. eliminated Canada Country Club Wm Herald Trophy The Lethbiidge Country club the Trtnner in play for Herald trophy against she bridge Golf dab Jn matches __ ____________ from i on toe Country club course Sunday. MacArthurs' Generals In j Dans cup competition Friday with! Stan G'Jstafson was the wa- I a Sunday twin-bill losing by scores 1 a 6-3 S-4, 6-3 victory over Laird l ner for Henderson Take s of 14-1 and 17-2 before packed j Waw and Brendan of Montreal :n winning over Vic Meeeh, s'ancs of jnteres'ed fans Caiman's douotear add to the two Although the Country cino aM 13-vear-olti pitcher, Craw- singles matches they won on opea-j won the trophy, the best ball four- ford, advertised as A ju? rlllh Morris and Barrett DEL BONTTA STUDENTS SATURDAY Sacramento 1; Oakland 2. Los Angeles 6; Seattle 1. San Diego 6; Hollj-xooa 7. Assault Wins Dwyer Stakes NEW YORK] June. IP! rinAtrem Vega Brothers Win L msai> w D 11 I Again Over Canucks runs Win Ball Games _________ i MONTREAL. June 17 tj- l Donated by Hardware, it will be awarded to tne ENTER SPORTS MEET DEL In the evening tilt the Generals j from 15 to 17 vears of age. winners of the iseld and track meet gathered four counters In tr.e second J Officials of the Sunday School' as Del Bomta, May 23. went by inning on a homer by Miner and, league are on the lookout' school van to Magrath to compete ov Gordon. Zubacfc ard 3ar- McMicnael gathered another tne tnird. Seminzen a sixth to for other tropnies for the i in the divisional events on Moncay. teams in the leagues Alto- i June 3. The compeut.on was very onlv a small crowd of present, the Srst game was played in daylight. second following as a Soodhghtec feature. Though his team lest Harold Os- mond. Sea Cadets' Ditcher, was the star of the Srst junior game, allow- ing only two hits in the entire per- GLENWOOD BALL TEAMS PLAY DISTRICT CLUBS counter in first he initial canto, and gether there are five leagues, com-, strong, with thf> 'jrincipsl from the St. Mary's school division Several of the sttztienta I from here came some with ribbons. -------------------------__ A league c.S. CUP TEAM i Raymond DEFEATS PHILIPPINES and recently was called ST LOCIS. June Tour innings because of United States Davis Cup coubles Wrentham was leading! scored a 5-1. 5-3. 5-1 iriuinpa Tronnes followed up with run No 9-2. The teams then decided to over the Philippine Islands Sunday 2 in the second. GLENWOOD. Glen- j Calgary team made a I Generals were in the box for the Collegiate. Brooks takiKg over his duties at the beginning of the fifth inning. LC.L olavers who brought home runs were: Wslkingshau. Peacock. resistible Assault won the j Hogg. Brooks and Pankhurst. Ras- Stakes at cacked Aqueduct i mussen. Osnoad and Grisco scored Satuniav and inscribed his name in for fee Cadets. Osmond bringing in racing's "honor roll, but his almost two. The Collegia te tad rwo hits routine triumph didn't take all the., and committed one error: Cadets glory from the coal-black Canadian i clicked for seven hits ana commit- colt which chased him to the wire, ted two errors Responding to three light taps In the floodlighted game. Dodgers from jockev Warren Mehrtens. the got down to business right as the triple-crown Sang of the three-year- i beginning, with Rodzin.aS and olds bounded into command two Salahub each connecting -or a furlongs from home and completed counter McGregor and Zatan each his joumer in 2-06 4-5 fire hariested another run in the sec- lengths ahead of" Windfields." Ca- i ond inning, aad Foychuck gathered nadian-bred challenger owned by E. P. Taylor of Toronto. ness Bobby Feller racked up his llth win m the first gamp. HAS mam m ARMOURERS I 1 THE the Air powerful, through maintenance of its armament, from the fighter's cannon to the bomber's racks. Allied trades include gunsmith, armament assist- ant and fitter-armourer. There are openings also in many other ground trades. Service experience in air armament can mean immediate ad- vancement in "trade grouping" and hence in pay; comprehensive train- ing courses are provided. Applicants should normally possess junior matri- culation or its technical shool equiv- alent. Previous trade experience is not essential. THE PAY; Basic pay plus living allowances for non-commissioned ranks runs from S95 monthly for Air- craftman Class 2 to S18S for Warrant Officer Class 1: extra pay for trade proficiency and increased pay after three years in any rank; marriage allowance of a month: free uni- form clothing and medical and dental service. THE PENSION: A lifetime in- come on discharge after 20 or more service; pensions or gratuities in the event of prior discharge on medical grounds, and pensions or gratuities to widows or children in the event of death while on service. VETERANS' PREFERENCE: As among applicants, war veterans applying for reappointment will re- ceive preference, and if accepted will be reappointed to the ranks they held at the time of their discharge, or to the nearest ranks which estab- lishment permits; and their prior service will be a factor in promotion and pension. TERMS OF SERVICE: Applicants without previous service must be over 18 and under 26. Good conduct, satisfactory medical category and educational qualifications will enable applicants to enlist in Regular Air Force for five years and re-engage thereafter for further five-year terms. WHERE TO APPLY: Applications should be made to No. 2 Air Com- mand, RCAF, Stevenson Field, Winnipeg, Man. the final counter in the fourth. They have seven hits and commit- ted one error. Shastas managed to get one hit and committed a total of three errors. Fovchuck. Dodgers' pitcher, play- ed a eame and was not touch- ed for a hit until the sixth inning Lireups' Sea Caoc R.HJ3. 100 030 5 2 1 021 100 7 2 Batteries Pankhurst. Btsoks and Harvey: Osmond and Bissett. No 3" Dodgers 230 100 000 o 7 1 Columbus Club Shastas 000 000 1 3 Batteries Foydiuck and Wnght, Covne and Ansman. OSicials Merle Hunt and Odle Low A play-by-play commentary on the game was given over the public address system, fay E. "Babe" Har- ris. R.H B. 000 100 125 1100 000 8 2 and game. The score at ti-.e second was 9-2 for Glenwood. isac- i 2 4 7 041 150 12 2 Crawford. Surenberg i Scott I Oe.cial5 for both games were Joe 1 Laxle ard Merle Hunt H "Babe" wood GSenwood last week plajed with Hiilspring. winning 12-6. _............._. On Saturday, June 3. the senior aanaied Ste stadiums public baseball team, sponsored the svstesn. local Lions, -aent to "Waterton to play Elllspring, but lost the game 5-0. What seemed like a goodly share of Glenwood residents motored to Waterton last Snrjrriay to dance to the music of Mart Kenny's orchestra. Legionnaires Are Invited To Social The Canadian Legion is having an evening's entertainment on Wed- nesday. June 19, at 3 p.m acd an LEGIONNAIRES SPORT NEW HOCKEY JACKET The Legionnaires hockey team, who last year were winners in their league, have now come forth with fine new hockey jackets, provided by their sponsors, the local branch of the Canadian Lesion, who also supplied ihem with all their hockey equipment last year. Legionnaires, under the coaching of Jack Gard. plan Us ice another team this fall, provided the local invitation is extended to ail mem-' arena is available for intermediate bars of the Legionnaires hockev' hockey. team to ce present for the good time. Tonight's Fastball Another twin-bill is scheduled for the Henderson fastball stadium, to- night. Monday. The first game, a davlight fixture, will begin at 7 "30 pjn. Iz will feature the Collegiate and the Columbus Cl-io teams, and will be followed by a floodlighted game between Broders and Miha- hks. U.S. Girls Win Wightman Cup WIMBLEDON. England. June 17 American girls, hailed as the best-balanced United States teim to take the court, com- pleted a clean sweeo of the Wight- man Cup matches with Britain Sat- urdav as the international series was resumed after a six-year -war- time recess It was the first time since the inaugural year. 1923. that either had been able to win all seven matches, five singles and two doub- les. Race Meet Gets Underway WINNIPEG. June track that looked like a sea of mud wel- comed the horses at Polo Park race track here Saturday as Winnipeg s 14-day spring race meet got under wav with 10.000 fans in attendance Miss Laurella. owned by J. A Kar- rcll of Elk Citv. Okla. won the fea- ta-" race of the card the Presi- dent's handicap. PAGAN STAB WINS SEATTLE RACE SEATTLE. June 17 Star a big blac'-c from the stables of Neil Campbed charged up from the field Sunday on a hcaw track at Lor.gacres to win the 000 Tacoma mile bv a and a naif with power to snare He cov- the ir.ile in 1 42 1-5 to pav S74S. S3 SO ar.d S2SO MONARCH BEATS Y-P-S- 4-3 MONARCH Cm Wed- nesday evening a large crowd at- tenaed the fastoall game, when the local team scored a 4-3 victory the Christian Reformed team. L- Bannmk was pitcher for DR. SCOTT-MONCRIEFF WINS C.M.A- CHAMPIONSHIP BANFF. June Dr. Ronald Scott-Moncnefr of Victoria topped 175 other golfers in the annual tourney of the Canadian Medical association with, a low gross score of 82 on the Banff Springs course Thursday. He wins play the game off in a double- i to clinch a place in the North Am- header when Wrentham returns j erican zone" tennis finals again in July. j Mexico. "Now, don't worryl Tell her yon Just HAD to hare a second cup at Fort Garry Monarch. A. Nleboer of Iron Sprues the Ontano cup, emblematic of the pitched for the Y.P.S. championship. Chic Yonng Registered Patent OffJca EXCUSE ME A DASvVOOU I GET LITTLE WALLAC3 ANOTHER 3CK OF TACKS FRCsM UMTJL HIM AMUSE r-ilMSELF NAW- I GETTACXS WHOLESALH LOOK AT OUR PIANO- HE'S GOT A MSLUON TACKS IN rr CAN i HAVE MORE DONALD Walt Disney Registered. TJ.S. Patent Office UTL Al Capp minors Blades LOW-COST SHAVING AH SHORE HATES TUEAVE LOWER SUDBBCV1A AT TH' O" TH SWJ1ER SEASOM, LIKE YOU LOCKV Art AH V.ONTT NEVAH FO'GTT VC3PIE DAWG WHAAEVCR vou 1S SADDER TMAVJ (UGHf) YCTsS BACK- i, so KiNEXV GO AViJf. YCTRE71INOS ME Minoro outiastj "oofshavei" ordinary doubie-edge blades. For txxseiMo-goodnesj economy, try quality blade In the field, fits your double-edge razor. I BRICK BRADFORD-And [he Wifch Doctor of Wanch NOT BUT TELL THE GJRL5 WE'VE SIGHTED LAND-' DEPARTMENT OF NATIONAL DEFENCE FOR AIR OTTAWA, CANADA Hon. Colin Gibson, Minister H. f. Gordon, Deputy Minister THERE THAT DARK STREAK AFRICA-1 WE'VE MADE By RiTT and CLARENCE BEFORE THEM RISES FROM THE HORI7ON A GRIM, ROCKY COAST BACKED BY TOWERING MOUNTAINS BUT WHAT PART Of AFRiCA ;