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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1946 OUT ON A wu A TWIG with LOEtMEK FENWICK Billy Coon Meets Joe Louis Tonight WATERTON PARK FISHING SEASON DATES If someone has inveigled you into taking an even money bet on. the fight tonight vo'J can now kick him in the pants lor cheating you, be- cause at the present moment the odds are approximately 5-2 in favor of Louis. Before fight time there is no telling what they'll be. It. all depends on the amount of money Kariem plops on the champ before the first belL A lot of money has been wagered j on Conn because there are a bunch of people who would give anything j to see a white man as heavyweight j ._ champion. On the other hand.? ______ __ think Biilv will win because of ha For anglers who may be interest- jed in pursuing the finny residents _, I of Waterton Lakes Park the fol- r __ __ j lowing ooening and closing dates -----Joe S ZZlUI Defence in the park trill be of value dates are Catihroat- 1 to Oct. 31: Rainbow 1 to Oc- tober 31: Eastern Brook trout. June 1 to September 30: Lake trout May 16 to August 31; Dolly Yarden 1 to October 31: Piki FIGHTERS WEIGH-IN NEW YORK, June Champion Joe seated 207 pounds to challenger Billy Conn's 182 at the -weigh- in for tonight's 15-round heavy- weight title fight at Yankee Stadium. NEW YORK. June j_ Louis, a ring-sreary veteran of 32.! Conn's May 16 to September 30: Whitefjsh 1 to October 31; Mav 16 to September 30. defend heavyweight title tonight at the and he very will leave Billy Conn a quiver- 22ss in the resin somewhere there'are a number who actually j about the fourth round, thinfe TSiliv win win because of his: The indelible impression after 182. good shewing against Lcuis in 19411 watching and who are their beliefs. the event of rain tonight Fro- Mike Jacobs not refund S2.000.000 said to be in his till. vjli -he up to to_ morrow- night. WHAT F1GHTEES SAY NSW YORK. June Here HERALD SPORTS PAGE NINE Room and Board by iVj'il.iV. _ the big negro and his are the iusi-befcre-the-banle state- willing to back up I slighter bat dead-game 28-year-old; ments of Joe Louis and Billy Conn: j opponent from Pittsburgh train for Champion Louis: I've trained hard I the last 10 days is that Louis stiil j for the fight. I'm sure I knock Most of the Louis money comes j carries too many bazookas for Billv.'. ijim out. He got away from me from the Negro element is.ho are; just as he did on another June in the second and fifth rounds of more than proud of their compatriot eight five years ago. and who would be very chagnnea Although" he has cot fought seri- mdeeo if he lost lus title. They osisly for folE. LouiTVm back him to the limit. They always] K, have and they always no mat- ter whom he fights. A lot of big money is being bet on the champ by professional gamblers who usually know a good thing when they see it. t a a big for nine years still _ ___ still look trim. Obey "nire about on his large boxing esoerts to watch both men j swiftly as ever. closely during training and by light As for Billy Conn, he will carry time they preuv well have a good j into the ring no measurably great- idea ot" who is "going to win. This" er weapons than he had that other lwtiJ time they appear to be sure of blazing night when he went do-.vn nin tl the lowest level JQ onr his- tecnon, Czmpbeil Lazes ia- torj. 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This means that you can signature only (up to repzy_ j-onr loan in nominal are fast and simple to get. Also monthly amounts on. a soundly loans oa Tarioas common types planned basis. 'With the high of security require no endor- Jevel of taxes and increased sers. prom onr foor kinds of cost of living, longer Campbell loans yon can easily select terms axe most helpful in plan that will fill every require- systeiaatic debt reduction. ment. Of all fie people in From our many repayment Canada -who borrow from plans qualified Campbell er- licensed lenders, 1 out of erery pert can help yon to choose 4 nses Campbell jost the rieht oat to your specialists in personal COXX-LOXHS FIGHT The Joe Louis-Billy Conn title bout tonight for the heavyweight champion ship of the World -sill be broad- cast over the Dominion net- work of the C3C, commenc- ing at 7 pjn., Leth'oridge time. It will be carried over CFCN, Calgary. NATAL. Natal Michel Sports club baseball team, behind the masterful seven-hit i pitching of veteran Tom Krai! who struck out 13 batters in winning nisi third league game of the season, keot UD their winning wars in the i Crow's" Nest Pass baseball league when they took their fifth straight league game by handing the pre- j viously undefeated Blairmore Col- j umbus Club Cardinals a 4-2 set- back in a thrilling league game I played at the Blairmore stadium on Sundav, June 16. Chala was on the mound for Blairmore. He struck out 13 oppon- ents and allowed only six hits. The game was rhe last played for the Natal-Michel battery of the vet- eran T. KraU. who has been the ace chucker of the team for many years, and Catcher "Sing" Weaver, who left for the coast where they will play for the senior team at Duncan. B.C. The loss of these two star players will greatly weaken the present undefeated Natal-Michel team in the Crow's Nest Pass sen- ior baseball league. FISK TIRE! There's extra value in every Fisk Tire. And yon them standard it's "Time to SoZJ onZv by B-A, READYMADE SENIORS WIN; JUNIORS TIE In a postponed game of the Coal- dale intermediate fastball league. Readymade Royals trounced the White Seniors by a score of 15-5 to move into second place in the league. Linescore: R. H.E. White Seniors 021 Readymade 010 125 Woo. Mika and Copeiand; Frey j and Reimer. Wall. In a regular league fixture play- 1 ed in Readymade. White juniors 1 and the Royals played to a 12-aH tie in a game that was called on ac- i count of darkness- Ninth inning was not finished be- cause of darkness. Allen Boram poled a home run for the Royals. Royals now hold a two-point lead on the juniors who are in third place. Linescore: White Juniors 702 000 Royals...........200300 Osmond and G. Wllmot; Frev and A. Wall. The Readymade Royals have en- tered the provincial playofJs in the intermediate "B" class, Coach Bill i Doram has announced. NO DECISION REACHED AT HOCKEY MEET NEW YORK. June 19. President Mervyn Dutton of National Hockev Leaeue Tues- dav night denied negotiations had broken down between his circuit L.C.I. Columbus Club Shastas trounced their L.C-L opponents by a wide j 8-3 score Tuesday evening at the ges'-oa O-, St- Louf Henderson fastball stadium to Ydrk at Cnicago, Philadel- the semi-final playoS 16-19. They 1 at Washington edged out the Collegiate club S-7 j on Monday in the first of the setci- final games. In scoring the win they advance j into the finals, where they will; tangle with the No. 3 Dodgers for; the championship on Jane 20 and j 22. The Collegiate played a rncs: un- t inspired game as they west down! _ in their second straight defeat at A I A the hands of the disap- pointing fans who turned oat to: see the game. Shastas opened the scorics ir: She first inning, with Tokariuk. Irving and Arismari each bringing', They boosted their International 5. Baltimore 4. Jersey City 4. Buffalo 7. Syracuse a. Montreal 4. Kewark 2, Toronto 1. i WINNERS AT ''PEG RACES in a run. by Gordon. Rodzmyak and Fix each garnered a run in the sixth Inning co run the total score up to elgh-.. Pitcher Len Coyne was touched for nine hits and the club committed one error. WINNIPEG. June a field day at i rday as fee! rode three horses" to victory and placed second ia one race. Johnson s v Red Sox Pennant Lead Is Reduced By JACK f Associated Press Sport Wriier.> It took a trip through the west- to prove that Boston Bed Sox are only human after alL that Joe Croain's gang is In any imminent danger of blowing a I health? pennant lead but their su- i permaa uniforms are beginning to fray a; the edges- Bobby Feller started It in Boston when he asied permission to try to stop the runaway Sox. He did the job 50 well that the Hed Sox haven'; been able so untraci theasseltes since. A disastrous vir it to Chicago open- ed the jaun; on the wrong iey and St. Louis has been one headache after another. Things were so last, night that- Manager Cronln pitched Dave Ferris with ITS days rest. Ferris pitched enough to Ttta but he met up with a real tcugh opponent in Bob Mascrlef. who hurled a hnlUarit 1-0 shutuat over the Son as Ferns ios; his second ofT 10 succes- was astride the winner of the first Boston lost onir a hair gasie of and second race for a daily double its lead which sta: sieasiires seren J games over New York Yankees who The feature race of the card, the! were raised out of a garie i fifth, with a purse of SI.000, was in Chicago. Bad weather also fcrc- Miron scored the SnUia! Co'les- won by Baby Broom, owned by H. iate counter in and Afganis and Pitcher Gordy Paakhurer'aUowed', ?ot. was second only seven hits and the club com- i Broom mitted four errors. a stralgh Linescore: R, H E. Shastas.......302 012 7 1 000 100 9 4 Longest price ol the day was re- turned in the first race when Stimu- lus Lady, an outsider, placed second and the American Hockev Lea-sue. Batteries-Come and 'rif j Dutton said that nothinc con- hurst and Harvey. R.. paid S16.45 the Safeway Royals and the Me- j Guy." elusive was done at yesterday's meeting of N.H.L. sipvernors. own- ers and "Various matters Arthur Generals" Generals stopped i were discussed but no final decisions the Safewav club 6-3 in a T I _ t dcwn ed postponement of a. a. Washington Emil Kush gradsiat'Cd Into the racks of starting pitchers for Chi- cago Cubs by blankirg the Phillies. 7-0. in -a National league arciigh; contest. first starting job after 13 relief chores. Bucky Walters showed Sis old time form in elbowing Cincinnati to" today be made nublic.' He said N.H.L. and A H.L. com- mittees met vesterctey in an effort to iron out difficulties which have created some strain between the two professional loops. "There were a few Doints that had to be referred back to the boards of the two leasues." he said. "Any reports that the A.H.L.- N.H.L. negotiations have broken off are net true." he added. "As a mat- ter of fact our business was nrivate vesterday and any stories of what happened behind closed doors are pure speculation." Dutton would not comment on. one report that the A.H.L. and the j Eastern United States League would expand to take in teams in Buffalo. Port Erie. Ont.. "Windsor and other noints and in exnandine would make haavy raids on western Canada air.ateur teams. 'We met with leaders of the Ca- nadian Amateur Hockey Associa- tion." Red said. "I think the agree- ment we are discussing on the monev the N.H.L, will pay for ama- tpur players will go throueh all right but I can't know definitely until tomorrow." In the daylight fixture, featuring The quinella of Mataco and Gav I a seven-hit. 10-0, romp over New uv. was S51J5. "i'orfc Giants. Brooklyn's lead over the idle St. Louis Cards was clipped to a games by Pittsburgh Pirates who gathered K.TT banged out a 6-3 decision behind the fifth hi- i CANCEL BALL GAMES sen Heintzehnan. club ers in CANCEL BALL GAMES rung, on runs by Tocolli, Luchansky; snri T.tmrlp and Generals garnered three hi the fourth inning, on runs by Coup- 1 land. Miller and f.irri and then I added the remaining three in eighth inning, on runs the _. __jy Scott, j Coupland and McMichaeL Me-) Michael gained her run on a homer, j Both pitchers allowed onlv seven j 3. hits during the game and each of I the teams committed five errors. I Linescore: R.- H. E.! Royals........000 030 7 5'. Generals 000 300 7 5 and Tocolli; i The fraternal fastball lea- gue game, scheduled for Wednesday night between the Odd Fellows and Elks teams, has been cancelled on ac- count of the Conn-Louis XAMED MANAGER j TORONTO. June to Maple Leafs of the International Baseball League have announced the 5 appointment of William Ncr- j man as manager for the remainder 'of the 1946 season. MONARCH Y.P.S. BALL TEAM BEATS MONARCH CLUB 11-6 In a fast- ball tilt between the Monarch club and the Monarch Y.P.S. team the T.P.S. team won by the husky score of 11-6. Green and Merle Hunt. i Easy Breathing Quick lieves nostrils clean hrx4 ?ott breathe freely again. Jan acdnibes3Oc. MENTHOLATUM LONG DISTANCE CARTAGE If you want to move furniture or o.tlier articles out of town you can be sure of them arriving safely and promptly at their destination by having W. WILSON Whose experience and reputation guarantee excellent service. Contact him, McLEAN TRANSFER Phone 2097 640 6th St. S. Chic Younp Kegistered tLS. Patent Office I'LL YOU AGAIN IN A MILLION YEARS AND ONEFORMDLl CATCM IT j-S DONALD Walt Disney Hegisterect patent special needs. for over 18 jean. 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