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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SATTTPnAV .TTTM1? 99 OUT ON A LIMB witM LOKIMEJt FEXWICK We hare just received a letter from Dick Matthes-s, former sports of this thisg, which we found golf so you can vamoose not civoter. Red Sox Hughson Bests Feller 1-0 By JOE REICHIEB i coach thought this penaitv clause i faced this reason, as they are known would help speed up the game. j to have a wily mound staa and a As far as the broken stick rule husky lineup of hitters. They have It is expected tnat the Strath- Sanforci, out in front by two points Friday at i the end of the third round of the j Inverness invitation, golf tourna- 1 merit. ARE CURED 'SHORT'JOE. A MTFKTED FEATURE is concerned. Day explained that it was penalty enough for a team when a player broke his stick, without forcing him to leave play for up- wards of 20 seconds while he skat- ed to the bench for a new one. Under the amended rule the plajer may continue in action. ONLY OXE GOALIE Another change Is that in future only one plaver will be allowed to protect goal when a goalie is re- moved for last-minute power plays. In the past any of the team could fill in for the absent netnander. Now the man who comes the ice in place of the goalie will be re- cognized as a substitute goahe, he stays m the nets or not. The new iace-off spot actually an impressive string of victories to their credit, and among the scalps they carry on their belts are those of Edmonton and Calgary. Hope Buys Interest, Cleveland Indians LITTLE HOCK. ArK. June 22 and screen comedian Bob Hope said here Friday that a deal for purchase of Cleveland In- dians already had "gone through" and that he had bought "about one- sixth" o; the baseball club. "Word from my attorney in Clev e- land is that the deal already has gone through, although there are a few loose end? to be tied uo in a means visible marking of the spot I meeting of present club directors that has been used in recent sea- j on Saturday, I believe." Hope sons for face-offs after a deliber- i the Associated Press just before ate offside. It is a red spot 12 taking a plane for Omaha. Neb. inches in diameter, marked on the ice me feet inside the blue line at j each end zone, midway between the side boards. ROXY PA HKC9S HATEIS THEATRE HAWKINSON TREAD ONLY curtd te short rolling Thfe annot JK- comptished without i curingthetreadsur- [111 fate and Short'.! at the same time Baseball I -_________ Harris. In the afternoon fixture a girls' game will be with the "Woolworth Babes playing the Safe-. way Royals. The evening event will j be between the Ellison ililleis and j the Cateili team. WATERTON-GLACIER INTERNATIONAL PEACE PARK GOLF TOURNAMENT WATERTON NATIONAL PARK Sunday and Monday, August 4 5 Entry Fees will 52.00 for Men mad JL50 for Ladies. GOLFING EVENTS Hen's Holes. Senior Men's Play (55 years) Ladies' Holes (18 in Finals) 9 Holes. All play on the beautiful 18-Hole Mountain Course on the slopes of Mt, Crandell. Everyone assured of four gajnes of goK. AU Qualifying Rounds can be played on Saturday, but must be completed by 12 noon Sunday. The latest registration time !i 930 a rn on Sunday and. no entries will be accepted after that ume. Consolation Events on Monday for those eliminated irons main and consolation flights. Prizes for winners and runners-lip of all flights. SPONSORED BY WATERTON LIONS CLUB Chic Younj- Registered IT.S. Patent Office AND TO OF AU- TrS POCR. OUTCF) HERE rr is I WAS WHATS TMATON LOST THE CAP OP INK PIO PUT IN AM} STUCK THAT FXJTATD TO PREVENT rr FROM IN YCUP2 POCKE WHO rOOKMY -OUNTA1N PEN? DONALD Walt Disney Registered Patent SCrv, I cxs HXSDCY WAJT TlLU MORNING T' SEE IP LI'L Al Capp MONDAY AND TUES. HAWKINSON TREAD In Pnncit.il USA Fm-rir CmrT ,.i.. PAOL E. HAWKINSON CO. American League Xtv: York 2, Detroit 6. Boston 1. Cleveland 0. Washington 4. St. Louis 2. National League Chicago 5, New York 4. Cincinnati 1. Philadelphia 2. St. Louis 5. Brookljn International Newark 4, 6: Montreal 2. 10. Stracu.ce 2. Toronto 3. Jersey City 5, Rochester 2. Baltimore 14, Buffalo 9. TOM'S TIRE SHOP 518 FIFTH STREET SOUTH PHONE 2233 MIDGET AVTO RACER KILLED IN BUFFALO BUFFALO, N.Y.. June W> John Nardipilo, 35. midget auto driver from Syracuse, was Idll- td Friday night when his car lock- j ed wheels with another auto and overturned several times during a racing program at Chic Stadium. JOP Buffalo, driver of the j other vehicle, was not injured. The Most Discussed Official World's Heavyweight Championship Fight Joe Billy LOUISV5 CONN ROUND BY ROUND BLOW BY BLOW Why did Louis and Conn touch gloves in the eighth round? HAD IT ANYTHING TO DO WITH THE KNOCKOUT? Shows at 225, 442, 659, 916 TMCOOWM IS RUINED n AH WAMTS T'GIT A CLOSER f-srzssv REFINED, FAT. AN' YOU'RE TO W51AR AT YOUR DEBUT tCNXSHX WAS WORM BVTHE NE.AR VES. GOWN TViEL FiNUT CAHCAA ON OMtyOMCClHA WlUu BE THE: PICTURE. CfTVE HO IT HAPPEN OF RUSSIA. AT HER PAICKUC.SS.'-' BRICK BRADFORD-And the Witch Doctor of Wanchi HOIO ON, J'M TA.XIKG HER DOWN.' THE PLANE SWMS THE WAVING HELD OF GRASS, THE JETS EMIT THEiS LA.ST PUFF ASTME FUEL DIES OUT- ...__ By WilLIAM R1H and CLARENCE GRAY YOU DID IT, BRICK -A PERFECT LAHOiNS- L JUST AS WE RAH OUT OF ;