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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1946 OTTT WU L LIMB with LORIHER. FEKWICK Fefler Too Much For Boston Sox From all accounts the Louis-Conn affair was one of the biggect flop- peroos in fistic big, as a matter of fact, that some Joe m the New York legislature wants the purses held up because he thinks the fisht was'fted. Tut. tut. He _ _________ _ must have lost his shirt betting their scheduled opponen- may appear even more awesome under the Cleveland mimicipal stadium arc and quite frankly vie entered it. al-. ,hould bruiz back painful memories _ ii ____ By JOB RE3CKLER (Associated Press Sport Writer.) If Boston Red Sox can still see through the fog that has ensured them, tfaev can take a good tonight at the Feller, Ujaj started them on their retreat. of Cleveland's rapid Billy-boy x-----x We heard the thing: over the radio Baseball National League St. Louis 9. Boston 1. Pittsburgh 3, Brooklyn 7. American League York Chicao 3-1. Pmladelphia 2. Detroit; S. Boston 0. St. Louis 2. Washington 3, Cle> eland 4. International Svracuse 11. Montreal 6 Jersey City 1, Rochester 6. Baltimore 3. Buffalo 5. ing old champion beat the stuf-1 fmgs out of the speedy and crafty Conn. We've never Isked the Pitts- burgh kid and it did us a >os of good to hear him being massacred. It also made us feel very prosper- ous. Jingle, jingle! Louis says he doe--n't think he'll fight again this year. He probably would if there was an j one on the horizon willing and able to give nun a good fsgbt. But he obviously doesn't want to get tangled up with another second-rate opponent so he'll wast until someone good comes along. Two stenchy fights in a row wouldn't do his reputation nor that of the boxing game any good. Forumatelv there are a few young heavyweights of talens com- ing up and in a couple of years they might be of championship timber, perhaps sooner. Tami rlello, Tiger Fox, Lee Oma, Lee Sa- rold. Gus Lesnevich, Bruce Wood- cock, Joe Baasi. and Young Wal- cott are the logical heavyweights riehs now. Perhaps one of them will exhibit enough skill to warrant a shot ao Louis in the near future. The fighters to watch in the above list are Walcots and Fox. Both have sensauonal records es- peciallr as punching artists. So far Fox's career closely resembles that of the young Joe Louis. halted the Eed Sox' __ __league fiag nine days' ago when'he snapped thesr 12-gaaae. winning streak. II was he who end- J ed their home mastery over the, western clubs which had stretched to 19 consecutive Boston triumphs.- it was also Feller who started them j on their dizzv downward slide that j WASHINGTON, June 21 has reduced "then- one-time seem- fiery httle Irishman from Brooklyn, inglv insurmountable lO'i-gamej Representative Donald L. OToole, place American league lead to Thursday waded into the Joe Louis- Terms Fight "National Fraud And Scandal" HERALD SPORTS PAGE ELEVEN Room and Board by es in a little over a week Calgary Horse Wins At Winnipeg Races "WINNIPEG. June ton, three-year-old chestnut running uncer the coio-s of the K and K. stable entry of Winnipeg, won the feature race at Polo Park here Thursday. Yorkton was coupled as an entry in the sis- horse go with Moose Jaw, v.ho fimshea out of the money. Plungers continued to ha-ve then- day as long-shots were in the driv- ers seat most of the card. Highest price of the local meet so far came in the first race when Allied Ad- miral owned by J. E. Gelmas, Cal- garr, Alta., went under the wire first to pay and across the board. Boundary Baseball League Results DEL games of June 15. m the Boundary baseball league resulted as follows: Woolford 6, Jefferson 5: Del Bon- ita. 18, Taylorville 7; Simball 15, Rmard 14; Spring Coulee 11, Twin River 9. A postponed gama played June 13, resulted. Twin River 32, Jefferson 13. DRCHASES Paradol Since Feller set them back on j calling it heir heels June i2. the Bostoasansj scandal. nei. nee-s Billy Conn Sght with oral punches. a "nat.onal fraud and have dropped seven of the last games including last night's 2-0 set- jack at the hands of St. Louis Browns. Boston lost only a half game of is lead as the runner-up New York Yankees were held to a split m :heir doubleheader by BE TOO HASTY ourrnHS IOUR RADJO ANHOUHCSR'S JOB. EVEH THOUGH VOO ONClT 7RMAJ- OTTcRASCES KOW. THERMS S71U. _ RQWA.'mC IDOL ABOUT Or Lethbridge Miners Play Strathmore Team Sunday Fattbafl Jt By HERB WANNOP Strasnajore, recognized as one of the outstanding baseball squads in Alberta this year, will be as Adams Park Sunday for a doubleheader battle against the Lethbridge Miners. The are corning Leth-: jnEAvy EXTfcY LIST FOR bridge with an impressive string j TO13KXCT of v.c'ones to their credit wai'h. LOVDON, June Tt include a recen- triumph over 'hundred and 40 contestants from. Edmonton and a van countries have applied for i blanks In the. first post-war Wan- fer tW jufar to tfce light featore Mihalifcs taatte wilk tfce torn. GMMS sUrt at sharp. Calgary Bowlers Here Saturday On Saturday, June t2, ibe Army ajad >ary will arrive i> take the loeai Army and Cteb bowlers SB a home ud series of games with total points to count for the Kea tropby. This cup has been for between the clubs for a nuir- ber of years. Leshhndge -non me, Calsarv.______ __ cup in 1944. Calgary regained rumors state that the' bledon tournament much gets 1 last vear intent i Srrathmore are a pretty way a week from Monday, on maintaining a firm ?zi? on it aggregation of call tossers. well ,nis oSicials said, this year. However. Lethbndse supplied -AII-I mound mechanics and The applicants were 200 men ana fielding three strong teams this v ear a is ell stocked beaca o: j 140 Only 523 men ana in aa eaceavor to bring the trophy heaw-jiittirg swat arusis. -nil be permitted to M'rprs ?rw HstTirr? oo, are i ?ast The three teases picked this ysar! clip in oaseball competition with all! ETZIXOMT WINS BALL are as follows- showiss snarled improve- Skip. Risler. 1st, Xeve, 2nd, Sea- saent, with each succeeding appear- GAME: LOSES ONE i Two baseball games were played here on Sunday. OTooV. Democrat from New York's 13th district, sent a telegram I to Edward Egan. New York state] boxing commission chairman, ask- ing for an investigation of the bout- i In New York, promoter Mike _, ___ ___ Jacobs said in response U> Mr. Chicago! OToole's blast: -Before the fight. OToole's of- White Sos. A neat eignt-hitter by J BUI Dietrich halted the Yankees] caJed me up and demanded 3-1 !n the opener. Floyd Bevensj see it. I rained the spht for the Yanks by' besting Lefty Ed Smith 6-1 m the nightcap. Brooklyn's pace-setung Dodgers and the challenging St Louis Car- dinals readied tnemselves for their "crucial" three-game series for the National league lead which starts tonight bv knocking over Pittsburgh Pirates and Boston Braves respec- Brooklyn won 7-3 while the Cards triumphed 9-1. The third-place Detroit Tigers ad- vanced to within games off the American league pace by routing Philadelphia Athletics 9-2 under a barrage of home runs by Hank Greenberg. Eddie Lake, Bob Swift turned them So he's Dodgers, Babes Win Fastball Tilts N.H.L. Concludes Annual Meeting NSW YORK. Jane tional Hockey League moguls terday concluded their three-day, annual meeting which resulted In! The event Tiill ;ase place Satur- day at 7.00 p.rn. ar.d will go 21 ends. On night a' 7 30. all league W order to permit the teams to a "practice" game against, the following teams. Skip, McCrea; Jst. Xulpas; 2nd, i Yucvtus, 3rd. Barton Skip, 1st. Ramsdale, Jr, WelUman- 3rd. fas' ehp a capacity crowd a ex- pected to flU the strar.dsur.d. Games are callea for 2 15 6 15. WHITE LUNCH TROPHY UP FOR COMPETITION SORE FEIT THIS WAY Rub in Minard's liniment geaeroudyy feel the relief itesi over the achm? hollering." Mr. OToole denied that he sought free seats "I wouldn't know how to get in j touch with Jacobs if I wanted he tola reporters "Furthermore. I had a chance to attend the fight No 3 Dodgers took a one game election of ofncers for 1943-47. the _ iin nr irn as a guest of my partner in lead in the jtmir city fastball lea- drawing: up of ar. agreement with gue Thursday night when they 1 Canadian Amateur Hockev- As- i trounced the Columbus Club Shas- tas 12-3 al the Henderson fastoall stadium. In tne floodlighted second game, between Wooiworth Babes _ and Eaton Aces, the Vl'oolworth club i schedule for season o in artemnts to ua Sew York, bus turned K cown." Later, Mr. OToole announced that he would sue Mr. Jacobs for 000 for lus remark about tickets is accusing me of extor- he said, "and for that I have instructed my New York attorneys to file suite for damages." In an interview, Mr. OToole told a reporter: and Pitcher Dizzy Trout, who gain- "The whole fight New ered in his seventh triumph. Hank Edwards ninth inning s-ngle drove in George Case with the run that gave Cleveland a 4-3 victory over Washington Senators. Ram washed out the scheduled doubleheader between Chicago Cubs j ballynoo rhe_ bout, and racao and Philadelphia Phillies while New York Giants and Cincinnati Reds were not scheduled. i York js as false as Jacob's, store teeth. "A fight such as the Louis-Conn affair becomes a national scandal when the mails are used to sena out tickets, accept, cheques and of business from the 1945-46 season. 5 The league governors failed, how- eter. to out won by a 12-5 tally 'j m attemots to A sudden ram storm held up the i mcnt with the American games, and as a consequence it was necessary to limit oath en- counters to seven innings. In the junior game Wright star- red for the rtodgers, claiming the f3y HERB WANNOP) The White Lunch trophv object _____________ Skip. Eminson; 1st. Irvine. Jr.; j OJ many a thrilling baseball series] mustlea and joiaw. For all mi-scle and id. Binns: 3rd. Chapman. m Southern Alberta, is again open' joint pains, aches and stiSness, sprained Spares: Cameron, La-son. Fsrrell. challenge from any senior 1 twined Reynolds. Fifher. baseball nine. been famous for over W Good TOURNAMENT j The trophy, donated by the t for daadrufl akin oisotcers, teoi Bright and early Sunday aiom- j White Lunch, Lethbndge. away back _ m ,928 travelled much in its ing Calgary and Lethbndge will commence a full day's activities on the lawn when all Ixrslers take 16-vear career It is presently held by the Lethorsdge Miners who wen only homer of the game. Two hom- ers were gathered in the girls' game. Kay Wilson homered wlm two en to boost the Woolworth tally, and Kathy Henderson swatted out a four-bagger with one on for the Aces Shastas Doagers Coyne. Stssiuk and Fix; chuck and Wright. Hockey League. Frank Boucher, manager of New i York Hangers, said the final session broke uo with "some the peararice eariy _ Utate matters for your committee, j club wishing to challenge the Min- I ers for the trophy are asked to Jxtody. keep is stage He added that they nould be worked out by mail. It was understood that nlaver deals took up some of the managers" tune at the meeting. "UNLUCKY" FANCY WINS ROYAL HUNT CUP ASCOT, Berks England, June 21. Fancy, a five-year-old with a for being unlucky. Wednesday won the Royal Hunt cup over "seven furlongs and lao yards in the feature race of tne Roval Ascot's second day. 6 V Watney's entrj, starting at 15 to 2, beat Slice On oy three lengths over a flow track in the handicap race worth (about Poolfis -Bras third among the 16 entries It was the first victory for Fancy since 1944 and only 'the second tn- umDh in a. 16-race career. Wednesday's program drew a large crowd despite heavy rains Praacess Elizabeth arrived early and the king appeared in tune for the cup race. EXPENSIVE FISH WORMS Australia, June Fishermen who come to this district about 50 miles, north of Sydney renort a. black market in fishing worms with prices as high as 35 cents for three worms. THE "RANDOLPH" IT and television also brougn; into the picture. "The attorney-general of the state of Neu York should take cog- nizance of it since the state boxing i commission is an arm of the gov- ernment. such things go over the state lines, as they did for the Louis- Conn fraud, then tae federal gov- ernment should look into it" The 44-year-old New Yorker, somewhat of an atnlete in his younger days, also attacked what he termed 'Jacobs' monopoly." "Jacobs operates an absolute mo- he aojusting an ear phone to hear better the quesaons asked him. He has all of the top fighters tied up. "In order for a promising young fighter to get a shot at a title, he has to sign up with Jscobs to de- fend that title, if he wins it. for Uncle Slike. "Why should one promoter in New York have control of the Polo Grounds, Yankee Stadium and Madison Square Garden? "It's too bad that one of the finest, cleanest nien in the game, LOIU.S snould have to depend on this outfit for a. living" Wooluorth Baoes Eaton Aces CAVADIW BOXER WINS 3 4 a OVER MEXICAN FIGHTER 1 JL BROOKLYN. N Y Jure Webb of Montreal, mak- ing his first appearance in a Unit- write to J. Vastrlenalc, DOWIIS i Buildmg. LeUibnde. Coleman Ball Club baseball Metcalf ARD'S INIMENT 12 5 ed States ring-, earned a split de- Wilsoi and Court, Wiisoa and Aitcheson. 6 cision over Humberto Zavaia NATAL. B The Natal' Michel Soorts club journeyed to the j Pass recently where they defeated the Coleman Pucksters for the sec- ond straight tune by a 11-5 score! in a regular game plaved In tfce Crow s Nest Pass senior baseba'l i league. The veteran T. Krall. posted j his second win of the season by scattering eight hits while his team LOOK Plan July 2 Sports Meet For Raymond RAYMOND TO be run m conjunction with the Raj- mond stamnede. the Ravmond Ath- letic Association is planning a track and field meet for the morning of Tuesday. July 2 With a complete line of events for both bo-s and girls up to the age of 19 the meet will start at 9-00 ajn It must ba concluded by 1 30 pan in order not to conflict with stampeae events Trophies will be put up in all events for the boys tinner 19 classes and there will be an aggregate trophy in each of the other classes Feature of the event will be an open 5-mile race, for which a trophv is being offered. A total of 29 trophies will be awarded to winners in the vanous track and fie'd events. Information and application blanks may be obtained from L. L Harker or Jerome Platt, both of Raymond. Enchant Wins Baseball Games On Sunday afternoon the Turin baseball fam played the local nine on the En- chant diamond in a doubleheader which was the iirst meeang of these two teams in the Dry Belt league schedule In the first game Enchant won by a 13-9 score In tne second game Enchant won again i this tune by a 9-5 score. Enchant goes to Taber on Sunday, June 23. for the next league fixture. Due to i Bow City withdrawing from the league play and the lateness the season, the published schedule Chic Yotmf will be adhered to. with the team taking the games they were sched- uled to play against Bow City by default, and arranging to fill in those aates wtti some other team as an exhibition game. Mexico City Thursday night in hits off the offerings of XIarconi use Gillette BLUE BLADES A with tiie edges ever honed! Crow Senior Ball League Standings NATAL, on'-" a few more games left to conduce tne first half of the playing sched- ule in the Crow's Nest "Pass senior baseball league the Natal-Michel sports club is at present the onlv undefeated team in four-team circuit and leading the league with I five successive wins. Following is tne present standing of tr.e teams in the Crow s Nest Pass senior base- i ball league Teams Natal-Michel Blainnore ......4 2 1 Coleman 4 0 3 Hillcrest ..303 Registered I7-S. Patent Office Vauxhall Fastball Team Ties Twin Bill The local P W. L. T T> 5 5 0 0 10 i t l DONALD Walt Disney Registered US. Patent New Trophies For 5.5. Ball Teams Two more trophies have been put up bv city merchants for winners in the local Suncav school fastball league. Harry Wheeler and Son have offered a tronhv lor the win- ning team in the Intermediate eirls league while Blenner-Hasfett and hale offered a trophv for OH -_. Cnn afternoon and evening when they tied in I-o Icrguc The a.- Henderson Fastball Stadium on Fri- femoon battery for Vauxhall was; day June 03 Games ull, Kart Broo'-s Blancy. and the score 3 30 om ttlth the 3urJor glrls> stood at 5-5 foKowed bv junior bovs. Interme- In the evening tre score was 6-6. j di3le intermediate the game being played in spite of j senior bovs Dlav clowns will begin'at a somewhat muddy diamond after 7 30 pm "The vanous trophies will a sudden rain. i also be presented to the winning On Thursday af terroon the Taber teams on Fricay high school team visited Vauxhall Altogether there are 30 teams and played witn the Sign ,-chool I involving an estimated 450 bovs and team here The visitors won by a.j girls taking part in the league score of 12-3 games. for recreation try SHOES If yoc bcyiog a brand shoe... look for the WPTB code number inside the shoe...ijifs K28S, iff kj Rtlsbte. MEN'S SMART SHOES SINCI Distributed ui Lethbridge by Baird's Shoes and Leather Goods 306-5th STREET for refreshment... CANADA DRY IJX Al Capp THE. WORST JINX, IS IN BOSTON AND------IN UOVC.r.r {-'SUES TOO GOOD HAIHT? (SW) AH GOT HCffSEPfTABLE If.VY- TK' VISIT (SGH.'JAH TEAK HAH- A WAY FUHHfK PAT TriETAH BRICK BRADFORD-And the Witch Doctor of Wanchi A B1R5 WITH A FRAS- TURED WlMS, TWE PIANE UPWARD TO CLEAR. ONE MORS By WiLLiAM R1TT and CLARENCE GRAY A WiLD SHOUT OF JOY RISES FROM THE THREE 1M OcTPLANE'S CASN AS THEY SEE B5LOW THEM A WIDE. GRASSY VALLEY ;