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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JUNE OUT ON A wu x TWIG with LOKIMER FESWICK We've been about the country quite a bit during the past few weeks ia the course of a aew job we have and consequently haven't had much, opportunity to keep up wish the world of sport. Nevertheless we are still going to try to wrue this blurb every day, no matter what we nave to wrxe aoout. So from now until the end of the summer we mav discuss anything from beet grouch? to fixing flat tires, although we'll try to cover as i much sport as possible. j One thing we've noticed in our j Journeys throughout the south, so' far is "the amount; pi interest the smaller towns have in baseball and fastball. We've visited about twenty of them already and practically ail of ihem have teams in some sort of a league. Even towns with less than three hundred people have s. couple of clubs representing them, which i would indicate that almost every man in town is playing ball. Bigger cities could take a lesson from Uiejn in community spirit. Another thing we noticed was the number of golf courses and tennis courts that are sprinkled throughout the countryside, espe- cially on the Cou'.ts line. While the courses didn't have the advantage of being near lakes or rivers they looked pretty nice all the same and it would probably be pretty tough to beat par on them. Some of their natural hazards, like oversized pebbles, would prevent. a fellow's score from being too good. It was good to see the way the rural communities have got behind sport. Every town we saw seemed to be interested in giving their youth something to other words they seemed to be really interested ia doing something about' sport. And we almost swallowed our chew- ing gum when we saw the wonder- ful recreation building for the young people of Cardsion. If you haven't already seen it you should make a point of doing no especially if you are down that way this summer. It j of Cardston should be proud of it. Louis and Conn En Route to New York Heavies Break Camp and Taper Off for Heavyweight Title Bout at Yankee Stadium Night GREENWOOD LAKE, N.J., June (C-P.) j Conn and Joe Louis broke their New Jersey training camps last night and prepared to return to New York for i their world's heavyweight boxing championship match at Yankee stadium Wednesday night. As ring-time approached a barrage of Conn nioney cut the odds against the Pittsburgher to 5 to but it was expected that a deluge of Harlem money would be dumped into the betting mill Wednesday to force the odds on Louis up to possibly 3 to 1. HERALD SPORTS PAGE NINE Heavyweight Crown at Stake Jack Kramer In {Baseball N.HI Managers Meet In Gotham 1OUIS HEAVILY BACKED The great negro champion has al- had tremendous support from his own people and they have been turning out ia vast numbers to see him train. On last major day in the sparring best punches before and survived. We like him because we think his boxing ability always has been tin- derestiniated as stress was placed on his punching power. IVe like him because all he needs is one quick opening to end the. light. tke hin, because he has pre- nearly 5.000 paid apiece to see j the Alabama-born titieholcier works out aac! more than half were ne- pared for this csunUy and groes. Manv were buving seats to roeuiodicaliy, while Conn, with the thefight and were flying victory up j around as they gobbled up Conn T" money in the vicinity. During a two-round session with Pitching Spotlight Red Sox 7-1 BY JACK HAND (Associated Press Sports Wrr.er.) National League St. Louis 9, Boston 6. St. Lcuis 1. Boston 0. Pittsburgh 3, Philadelphia 7. American League Boston J, St. Louis T. International Newark 0, Toronto 4. Rochester 0, Baltimore 3. George Fitch Joe came up with one of Jhe little actions that, has en- deared him to North America. Half a dozen and white climbed up on the ring apron to watch their Joe was bothered by them and choired it by a flicker of his dark eyes. Train- er Manny Seaman immediately be- gan shouting: "Get down you kids! Get off the Joe broke away from Fitch, held up a large glove and said: "It's okay. Manny, let 'em stay." The crowd clapped enthusiastlc- allv. IN" GOOD SHAPE Louis, at the end of his training, looked fit and sharp. Conn was in good mental and physical shape too. He summed it up today with: "The easy pare comes I have to do is meet Joe." Promoter Mike Jacobs, confident too long. And finally, we like him because it's always a good idea to strir.g along champion, as you only j can be wrong once. And if we are soing to be wrong, always a possibility as if Conn had T.n chance there wouJd be no point in staging the bout, we might as be sood and So we'll pick Louis in one round. JOE LOCIS BILLY CONX Yankee Stadium will be the scene of heavyweight battle to- morrow night -a her. Joe Lotus defends his crois-n against smiling Billy Conn. Joe is faiored ia the early betting and a gate of at least is expected. Columbus Club Shastas Win 8-7 Over L.C.I., First Game Junior Semi-Finals Columbus Shastas eked out an 8-7 their opponents from a runaway Throwing the bsU over the grand- stand :s suggested as a healthy exercise for si! American league pitchers. Ever since Jack Kramer of St. cUmaxed a bumping bout umpire Hal Weafer by heaving the pill out of Fenway i park, tne young gentleman has been I sisor; of terrific. shutting out Washington in an exsra-inmcg game and downing the Yankees in a relief chore, Kramer took :he hsii iast niaht so prolong the Boston Red Sox "slump" Kramer, a 28-year-old righthanci- JtvaCC W CCit er from New Orleans, :s on the ___________ way to oeccnun? she chief tormen-: !or of the leading Red Sox. He is' ihe oniy pitcher who nas beaten' night he looked as ;houjh he could; keep on doing it sess-jn. Luke Seweli's didn't give j w. i Talk New Schedule NEW YORK, June tional Hockey league leaders mes in the sweltering heat of Manhattan to plan their chsJly season sport activities and elect a. ilate of officers for 1S4S-47. The meeting officially ge-s away todav feut managers of the six N.H.L. clubs were busy discussiQg next water's schedule. This nsorn- in? the owners meet aad ia the afternoon the league governors COE- j to decide who be president next year and to clear i away the tag end of business from J the 1345-46 season. j Jack Adams, manager of Detroit i Red Wings. after today's pre- i UsRinar." meeting that "good pro- i grass" was being made in dra'anus up the schedule. i Lester Patrick, vice-presidsnt of o.-v-.. Madison Square Garden Corp.. WINDSOR. Beris. England, jane -nacaser Xev The King and Royal Family Arrives Attend sions of :he league, i Most important business in this line :s the plan :o bring an house party for the races, including Miners Win White Lunch Ball Trophy win over L.C.I, a: the Henderson i fastball stadium Monday evening j in the junior city semi-finals. The "series i affair i by Darwin club. score. L.CJ 7 Shastas 8 t> 4 can league lead. PICK UP FCLL GAME 1 Is was a great day for St. Louis I with the Cardinals" picking up a RESUMES nd. June 13 famous society built in most of the fam- gaiiops that in the years of out- in. :t and the Garden has found teams are unprofitable in Manhattan, If or another a. nnk in Brook- lyn, the Americans be re- vived. But I don't see any possi- bility of that." Another matter which may corns j :s :he presidency. Patrick often. Bv HERB WANNO? -___ ..........5 Lelhbridge Miners captured the in third inning, Mihaliks ran' the games is being broadcast over "White Lunch baseball tropny yes- JJJJQ a Triaie piay in the last of the. the new public address system and The w as to the financial outcome, said to- day: "We have over S2.000.000 in and we're a cinch to go over We hope that some day Leth- bridge will try to follow the ex- smples ses by these smaller com- munities in giving a. decent break to youth. Mangrum Reaping Golden Harvest CLEVKLAND, June United States open golf title al- ready is paying big dividends to Xiloid Mangrum. The Texas-born shotmaker. -who the title Sunday after a double play-off with Vic Gheza and Byron Kelson was richer today. And prcsnects -were that he'd cash in an additional before the year is over. The gold harvest started with Mangrum. signing up with George S. May to represent the Chicagoan's Tam-O-Shamer club in she future tournaments. This was reported to be to Mangrum. who has been playing from Los Angeles since his discharge six months ago after about three years in the army. Additionally, Mangrum received a bonus of from the golf equipment manufacturers he repre- sents: to appear in an. ap- proaching golf tournament, and in endorsements. There's be lots more endorsement money later on. By "winning the title. Mangrum moved into the class with. Nelson and Ben Hogan insofar as exhibi- tion appearances are concerned. Nelson and Eogan, the ''Mister Bigs" in money winnings and gale appeal, receive approximately S300 for early week-day exhibitions and for week-end appearances. Kow, Mangrum receive the same. Then there's the prospect of a fat purse for a match between Mangrum and the winner of the 1946 Professional Golfers' champion- ship to be played in Portland, Ore., next month, unless, of course, Man- erum -wins that crosm. too. Nelson will be the defending champion. 6-2 and 3-0 before a chilled but enthusiastic crowd of supporters. Ontko lead the Columbus Club attack; getting two safe blows as well as striking ou; five iliner bats- men. Kundnck and Hodyinak notched the markers for the junior club in the afternoon contest, ers all of four the two runs they did notch in that inning one was of the unearn- ed variety. In the sixth Columbus Club dumb- _ founded the Miners with a double making a dash, for second base simultaneously as Kod- yinak raced for third. After Rod- yinak crossed rise plate on Eorwell's sacrifice bunt, Sundrick caught the 000. We're pretty sure of breaking the record for she second Dempsey-Tunney Sght in And I'm not quitting yes on the hope of hitting Of the total, Joe will get 40 per cent, or about and Conn about Meanwhile Manhattan is filling up with, the estimated who will be buying seats at a price scale ranging from S10 (bleachers) to More than 700 news- paper and radio men will cover the event. PICKS ROTTVD (By "ttMlTJUX MARTIN) CLEVELAND. June may not be polite to express per- sonal likes and dislikes, but we can't resist saying we like Joe Louis. "We like 3Hlv Conn, too. for that matter but not in the same way. That is, we like Joe Louis over Billy Conn In their 15-round heavy- treight championshio fieht at Yankee Stadium in New York "Wed- nesday night. We know that Conn is a bigger, stronger man than he was the last .time they met, and that he is al- mcst fanatical in his determination to win. But we like Louis. "We like him because, for one thing, he is champion and he once knocked out the man he is fighting Wednesday. We like him because we think his pride in the title and his deter- mination to keep it are no less strong- than Conn's desire to win it. We like him because he is a good big man, fighting a good little man, and if his feet have slowed a little he still retains the speed in his hands and the tremendous punch- in? power that have made him one of the better champions. We like him because he has beaten every man he faced a second time, and all but one the first time, and he has faced every fighter who conceivably could be considered a conterder. We like him because he has timed his training to reach the peak at f w r> the opportune time, while Conn j JT Or DOUt seems to have reached top form too earlv. 'ea: on Broders with Sob are proving a great success. Play- an ex-Card who drew a release be- i added. Perini a four-base swat by-play running commentary en 1 csuse of a arm" was picked Most coveted race of ail is the -up by Billy Scuthworth. his former! Gold Cup Thursaay over miles.'the daytime. manager who now runs Boston ter a long of nursing White finally got a starting chance against his old mates. He walked two and then yielded two solid hits I before he took an early shower wiih i nobody out in the first frame. j Ben Chapman's Phillies are lj 2ies in terdax' at Adams Park, but in de- eighth, enabling" Broders to hold: is much appreciated bv the fans, feating the Columbus Club juniors in both ends of a doubleheader the j Miners couldn't take anything away fighting courage of the. UpSCt At Winnipeg Races Juniors Lose To Blairmore Team WIXXIPEG. June Ybrk. four-year-old 18. Hl-V- dark brown NATAL, Natal' Cocking on the cellar door again.! Junior Cubs suffered j onlJr -006 behind the seventh-place 1 straight loss in the Crow's Nest New York Giants and in a virtual' Pass junior league when the fast i won-and-lost tie for seventh A' travelling Blairmore Juniors trounc- chestnut cob from the Stockyards Stable. scored an upset in race at Polo Park here winning the Grain Ex- change Handicap over a star-stud- ed field. Hi-V-York, with jockey H. Bailey in the saddle, went to the from; at a stretch drive by Toomuch and Brockington, who finished in a deac-heat for sec- ond place. The winner paid S2S.30. and So.10 across the board, i long go, and staved oS ed them to the tune of 18-4 in a regular league game played at the. Natal ball park recently. Errors j were plentiful for the local team. I four-run cluster in the second in- ning doomed Pittsburgh. 7-3. al-' though J3ick Mauney had to come to the reiief of Charlev Schanz the Phil starter. The. Xatalteaia used three pitch- j AH other clubs were not scheduled. ers. Ian Francisco. Kalrichak and I ________ Tombosso in a vain attempt to try j and stop the scoring spurt of the visitors." The Blairmore Juniors are at The highly-favored xioraway from .present leading the Crow's Nest Pass Junior league with HiUcrest second and Naca! occupying the cel- lar position IB. the three-team, cir- cuit. Miners napping again when he the K." and K. stable. Winnipeg, streaked from third to successfully i finished out of the money. steal home. The daily double of Cave Boy in From then on Columbus Club j the firs- and Anna-A-Visa, in the were held hiness while the Miners second, paid 350.65. picked up four more runs. I Helm's Pride copped the seventh ,5. Miners fashioned their second win j race and combined with Sister's j .j. on an unearned run by Toccoli in Best, who finished second, to return the firs: stanza. From there they! a qumella of 5117.55. were never headed. A double to Rod- j yinak to Siasiuk ended a Miner threat in the fourth, but four hits added two more runs to the Miners total in the seventh, innings. For the Miners Kucheran struck i out nine. Slavish struck out seven. 1 CANCEL BALL PRACTICE I In C v "A wiTfed i Columbus Club 000 002 000-2 2 1 Kucheran, Slavish and Witwicki; Ontso and Ansinan. Linescore: R. H. E. m eir eyes tney of nlans Revfvi oTtSe 7ame in Ottawa a -sho m the5 arm- sat_ with a eood crowd of ottawans" tumins out to see a reg- Quebec senior lacrosse game Miners 100 000 11 1 1 at the auditorium. The l Chervinski. Hoirnan and wifki; Cholak and Zasadny. aad B. Toccoii. Nearly 700 Scribes Wit- Richard Brayley of Montreal, plans to 'arms several of their games to Ottawa" in an effort to foster iocal interest. The Columbus Club junior. baseball club will not hold their regular practice as scheduled tonight, Tuesday. Tonight's Fastball Senior and junior clubs will tangle in a doubleheader in the Henderson fastball stadium to- night, games commencing at pjn. The senior tilt, fea- turing Safeway Royals and the McArthur Generals girls' teams. be played in daylight. The second of the semi-final junior ffames, between. Colum- bus Club Shastas and the Col- legiate trill bs played under the floodlights. It is a total ?amc scries. In the first game on Monday the Shastas scored an 8-7 win over the L.C.I. "THAT REMINDS ME PAL HOUJOW GROUND BLADES ARE FLEXIBLE IN THE RAZOR" If your razor on your chin, switch to a fiexible-sdgs blade thac can follow facial contours -without That's the new hottme-ground edge shaves clean -smh a feather touch. Enjoy this new shaving comfort for new PAL HOLLOW GRors'u BLADES' 4 for lOc. 10 for 25c. 50 for Chic Registered Z7.S. Patent ONE ROUND KAYO I We like him because he will be in there knowing he took Conn's NEW YORK. June largest number of newspapermen i ever to cover a 600! and be m the Yankee Sta- dium Wednesday night when Joe Louis defends his heavyweight championship against Billy "Corm. Altogether 21 countries will have press representatives at. the ring- side. They come from as far away ___________________ places as Australia. Hawaii and CARD PLAYERS INELIGIBLE South Africa. Scribes also here poK JOINING >IEX T.KAOT-F. from virtually all of the Latin American countries. Britain. CALGARY. June fC-P-1 Joe Trndeau. 171J-i. Winnipeg, knocked out Rocky Wanner. St. Paul. in of the first round here last night in a Western Canada light- heavyweisht champ i o n s h i p elimination bout. Trudeaa re- ceives recosiution as No. 1 contender for the vacant title as a result of the victory. _ Belgium and Canada. TAKER BALL PLAYER INJURED BY TIRE BLOWOUT adjusting a tire rim Saturday at an exten- sive motor repair premises cere. Gordon Nielson, star rrurler of the Taber baseball team, was senously injured when the tire exploded in his face. Removed to Taber hospi- tal his condition was critical and he was frequently unconscious, but on Sunday afternoon he was defin- itely recovering. The ball team, how- ever, will be for some time deprived of one of its best all round mem- bers. the St. Louis Cardinals to play in the Mexican league, were listed -ineligible" for five years Saturday j in Baseball Commissioner A. B. Chandler's official bulletin. TONY GALENTO ARRESTED ORANGE. N.J., June Two-Ton Tor.y Galento, former heavyweight title contender, now a j tavern-keener here, was arrested i yesterdav in a raid on a candy store and chsraed with gambling. Galento. who 10 years ago this i month was knocked out by Joe i Louis in a chartiosoiiship bout, was j released in custody of his counsel. JUST A MINUTE AMD ILL GETTT FOR you SO -35 DO MX! RSMEMSB? CWGVwOOt? 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