Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY, JUNE 24, 1946 ON A UU L LIMB vith LOKOSEK FEXW1CK We have been informed that caly one team of golfers has volunteered to challenge for the Baalim "B" Trophy___this Trophy, which is a beauty, is held by no one at present and is begging to be played for so how acout a couple of jou bojs geiting together and chal- lenging for it rememoer your individual handicap has to be at least 13 and no more than 24 your combined hancLcap should be 40 or less no more. Joe DiHajgio appears to be out of his I bitting slump he's batted out. at J least. 10 in tne last week or so, but j his average is siil! beloiv 200. The a.t the Country Club; broke she other day uhich willf make it tough on the fairways especially if there is no raia. Bob Fitzsimmcns and Jack Johnson 37 when they lost their heavyweight boxing titles Willard was 3S so it looks as if 32-year-old Joe has a couple off >ears to go before someone rehevess hua or his crown. Red Ruffing' of the Yankees doesn't like playing' under floodlights "the dew is unhealthy for a person of my he groans. There are rumors floating around that the reasons the XJHJX Moguls increased thej schedule for next year from 50 to 60 j games were purely monetary -j pigs! The popular Watertoni Golf Tournament promises to be belter than ever this jear now thatj the outside nine is sporting nine grass greens if you intend to go you'd better ges your reservations now it's pretty crowded down there.... Friends of Frank Sinatra will be very sorry to hear that he picked Conn to win the big fight, A well known safety razor company paid for the alleged privilege of broadcasting the push-fest.... Some Calgarians who were down here with Doc Ballard's girlie team last weekend were loud Teg's Koraway Wins Western Canada Handicap WINNIPEG, June six-year-old bav gelding from! the K. and K. stable, Winnipeg, -won! the Western Canada Handicap with its added purse at Polo Park here Saturday, The oig gelding, with more than fans watching, -was content to lay back of the pack In the one mile and 70-yard run. In the back j stretch, he responded nicely to' Vic Bovjce's urKin? and. opened up to wia by more than six j lengths. So Black, owned b-- L.. Reidger. Winnipeg, was second, and; Hl-V-Tork from the Stockyards, SJable. Calgary, was third. Koraway paid S4.10, S3J93 and across I the board. Time was 2-5. Two favorites. Hazetereea and O My Dear, -.von the first and second races, respectively, to return a daily. double of S14J95. i Diamond the one-mile j seventh race wish Hire-Flv placing> second, for a qurneEa of I EXPERT! WASHINGTON, une Risk, trick horseshoe pitcher, threw 15 straight and performed other feats on the White House horseshoe court Saturday for the edifica- tion of President Truman and a group of admirals. Admiral Chester W. Nunitz, chief of naval operations, brought the 37-year-old expert from. Montpelier, Ind. used shoes on the 45-foot regulation court. He lit matches and put them out 40-foot throw's, rung three pegs in close alignment. with monotonous regularity, and knocked a quarter off the" top of a small lump of dirt on a peg hitting the stick. HERALD SPORTS 'PAGE ELEVEN Room and Board by "Biff! Boom! Bang! It Was AH Over" in their praises for the local fastball they think it is the best in Western Canada, if not in the whole country have joa seen it yet? If Assault keeps burning up the track for rest of the year he has a goad chance of inning half a million dollars already he has won more than not bad for a club foot. The fight films are m town and you don't have to pay SlOO to see them. Still no more word onj the hockey team and it doesn't j look as if we'll have any good news j for a while yet. j AT THIS TIME OF YEAR THE APPUOT1ONS STAFTGOMiNG IN FOR Mf DOCK CXUS FOR.THE NEXT SEASON OF SMOOTHS'-THE BUT AS A COURTESY TO ACTORS, PRESIDENT. MILL. GRAOT VOU A MsAAScRSHiP PITTSBURGH. June discouraged, doleful Billv Conn came home from his fistic "war with Joe Louis Sunday but his first words were. "Don't let anyone tell j-eti I quit." Tm sorry I let the 28-year-old challenger said. "I thought. I 7% as doing all right! as far as the fight had progressed, j I knew there wasn't much action, j but I knew that once I got started everything would be OJC. I had no idea that I would be belted out when the eighth round go; started., Biff! Boom! Bang! And, was all over." HANKS. AWRSJX BUTTUS RULES OF OLD SLENCRAX3 CLUB IK SCOTLAND PRStfSKT FRQW OOSNiNG AKY OIVES. KUtfT NOTHifiS Phils Headed For First Division Sask. Predator Control Measu Bring Results Baseball National League KIPAWIN, Sask., June Work of the Saskatchewan Fish, and i Game league in controlling pre-! JOB REICHL33 Press Sports V.'nter.) __ Baseball fans, ever ready to cheer j clatcrs sn the provmce was iliusarat- for the underdog, have switched ed in a commiuee report preseiued j their aUegiance from Tcm Ya key's ai tee operucg session of the j milhonaire Sox 10 Bob i league's arniial convention, here i Caroeater's from rags to-nches i Friday. g Phillies, who threat- Pupi's of 27 rural schools la the 5 eced todav to tee National' province runsec m 27.486 pairs of. League's second division where legs ana 150.705 eggs of predatory j 1 thev'ie held an ironclaci lease for, birds as a result of the league's 13 years. 51345 campaign, the report stated.; GA3CCS Pittsburgh 3. Boston 4. Pittsburgh 0, :Bastoa 4. Cincinnati 4, PhiiadelphJa 5. Cincinnati 3. Philadelphia 3. Chicago 10, York 15. Chicago S, XCT York 4, St. 2, Brooklyn 4, SATURDAY GAMES Chicago 5. Sew Tork 2. Chicago 3. 25e-sr Tork 5. Cincinnati 2. Philadelphia 3. Philadelphia 5, Cincinzjati 2. Pittsburgh 3, Boston 4, St. Louis 5, Brooklyn L. horned owX goshawks and mag- j pies resulted in destruction of 1566' homed owls. 153 goshawks, and 707 crows. s with eight, victories and 24 defeats. Since thai date. Mar 29. the Phils won 17 of 23 and climbed to place, only away from fourth the first division. sirsce trte halcyon days of :he Athletics of 1831 have Phila- jdelphia fans STSO-JTJ so much en- j thusiasra. A crowd of 33JM9 paid watched their favorites crarn vie-; torr and tie in doubleheader with Cincinnati Bees TORONTO. June The' Both contests were overtime duels. stable's Talachmore be- with the PhUs winair.? tne caine undisputed ieadicg Canadian-i game o-4 ar.c the seccnc, halted b> bred ujonev-wmr.er of aU :aae Leagus BARNWELL WINS IN DISTRICT BALL TILT Scath School Pupils Hold Sports Meet Tulachmore Leads Canadian-Bred Money Winners ______Y GAMES T.'ashmgtoii 7, St. Leals 4- 4. St. Louis 7. Philadelphia I. Chicago 8. 3. Chicago J, Boston 5. Cleveland 1. Boston S. Cleveland O. York 10, Detroit 3. SATURDAY GAMES Philadelphia 5. Chicago 2. Postos 3. Clevelasd Tork 5, Detroit 3. 3, leuis 14. S Cli- mA A score tied 3-3 at tee end o: j Handicap Saturdav Macken _ League-leading' Win Toi American Park Red Sox appear to be back in th-ir -ru Tulachmore breezed :n ahead of- Win Toronto Tennis YJM.C-4. SETS NEW KECOK1I June Salmon set a new Canadian record in the junior 50-yards breast stroke Friday night at the annual Y.M. C.A. championship swim meet here. Salmon lowered the mark to 29.8 seconds, four-tenths of a second below the previous mark of 30.2 seconds. Nash Wins Ontario Open Golf Title Ont.. June Jack Nash of London won the On- tario open golf championship Sat- urday by default. Phil Farley, the Toronto Scarooro who won his way into the finals, was unable lo continue because of illness. FOREMOST meet aas'-nst oppoati-an in the team I of Don Hodges of Resrfa and Jean taking the raober same over 50 pupils, EVERSHARP SWK WNS All EVENTS IN BIGMVATHON1 CLEAN SWEIP! of EVEKSHARP SCHICK RAZORS win records for tiwving taftty, -jmoothnm, eonrfort! (Hluitrorcd} Foar conlntontt Schick Injector Richard M. McCluikey in ene minute, 12 secondi! Faitut shavo with cpmpeting minetei, 25 ocottdi. Only 00 bringi you shave of your lift now! MAGIC NEW-BLADE "REPEATER A PUIL----- A PUSH CLICK! CLICK! Keen new EVER- SHARP Injector blade is instantly, automatic- ally placed and locked in precisely correct shaving position! MESSHSRP SCHICK INJECTOR MZOR WITH 2Q BLADES (HKS) In one of the best fastball seen here in a long time. Bamwell I schools in the copped the final glme and walked off with first money. Four of the; leading teams of the Taber District Fastball League took in the tournament. The brand of ball dished up for the most part was the j special events were en- best seen here this season and the j bv all. large enthusiastic crowd showed j For schools with their spproial by the way cheered and applauded favorite teams. j were Foremos In the first game Bamwell was J querville drawn agaics: laber. This game re- with suited in a 9 -3 von for Barnw-H. i For The batteries were: Taber, Haaa- mond. Haw-c and Stubbert: Bam- well, D. Stevens and Tanner. j In the second game Wadena beat j Cranford 6-1. Batteries: i Marois of Quebec. The h i the Monireal brothers at 3-1 in t 1A JT.ITI .T_T Hoping took the senior sennant. Uiree-ganae series wiJ: their wuuung 89 pcints. TORONTO. June of T Pratt, defence stal- wan of Toronto Maple Leafs of the National Hocker League, to Boston m that order. Outstanding athlete of -I place with a double victory over 1 Pittsburgh. 4-3 and 4-0. Washing- n eight) 1 3-i lacing by Philadelphia i win the sec- game. 6- anybody's game. At tin Bamwell boys went on a batting spree and from then on could, not J be stopped. The final score was 16-2 in" favor of Barnwell. The batteries were: Wadena, Jensen and Raisbeck; Barnwell, Goro and Tanner. The highlight of the day's hitting fielder, of the Bamweil team. The homer in the first game came with the bases loaded. at time did cot permit them to Hogan, Demaret Win Inverness Tourney TOLEDO. O. June Edmonton Rugby Team May Drop From League EDMONTCiN. June ancial difficulties may force with- drawal of the Edmonton Eskimo football club from the Western Canada Hugby League scheduled ro get underway late in August and a meeting of the club will be held Monday to decide Eskimo's future. Ab Newsome, acting secretary- of the Edmonton rugby football club, which formerly was known as the Wildcats, said Saturday it was possible the club might; fold, though the feeling for organizing a team In the Western Canada League still was strong. He said the club's main difficulty was financial and a defin.te decision would be made at the iloadav meeting. Don Wins World Championship RICHMOND, Va., June Bon Budge of Los Angeles Sunday won the world's professional clav courts tennis championship b-r de- feating Bobbv Rigss of "Chicago 5-7, 6-4, 2-6. 6-3. 6-4. Jimmy Demaret of Houston, Tesas. came from behind Sunday to win the ninth Inverness invitational golf tournament with a margin of 20 holes won from then- seven oppo- nents. They beat off their principal op- position Sunday by trimming Byron Nelson of Toledo and Harold McSpaden of Sanford. Me., one up. Demarco and Goldup Traded For Hollett NEW YORK. June New York Rangers of the National Hockey League Saturday sens Cen- tre Ab Demarco and Left; "Wing Hank Goldup to the Detroit Red Wings for Defenceman William (Plash) Hollett- Hollets, now 33. has been in the National League since 1934 except for a brief period two years ago when he refused to report to De- troit; after being traded by Boston. NELSON. HOGAN. DEMARET PASS IT CANADIAN GOLF TOLEDO. O.. June ron Nelson of Toledo said Sundav kens turned on the heal me nest sx mantes :o tase the set 7-5. It was the first set the Hodses- Mnrois duo had lost in three plaved during the dav and r.s utiUzed the advantage deciding set by 3-4. r of the Maple Leafs. The sale also tias announced from Boston, but the amount of cash was not Pratt's sale confirmed repons of recent that he would not wear a Toronto uniform nexi sea- son. Last season he had beer, sus- i pended following charges of gamb- ling but later was reinstated by the ROOT nvots PUYEHS MONDAY AND TUES. board of governors. Foremost Ball League Standings stand- of tns vccuua In most District League, with the first half of the schedule completed, is j as follows: Neighbcmew...... 8 7 I 14' Hoping...... S 7 1 14 Charles 3 3 5 6' jfasmasia S 2 6 4 Nemiscain.......... 8 I 1 2 BCKKE WINS IRISH AMATEUR GOLF TITLE DUBLIN. June 24. v- uub i LULL 4.uicuu June ---V---- wOilil and then coasted in wish a tnree-up I he would ncs defend iis Canadian Burke, who pUyeo. on the British triumph over Bob Hamilton ana Dick Metz of Chicago. DETECTS FLAWS High frequency sound equipment now has been developed to detect 3aws in thick sneets of rnetaL Walker Cup team against the Unit- open gplx cnaropioEship at Moat- real this week: Ben Hoean of Her- ed States in 1932. "won the Irish j ihey. Pa., and Jimmy Dsmaret of native amateur golf championship Houston. Tex., also will be forced i Friday. Burke, now 45 and win-. to pass up the Canadian touma- ner of the title five times previously.' went because of previous commit- I defeated R, C. Saicg. 2 and 1, in. merits. I the final. The Official World's Heavyweight Championship Fight Pictures Joe Bffly V5 CONN ROUND BY ROUND BLOW BY BLOW Why did Louis and Conn touch glovea in the eighth, round? HAD IT ANYTHING TO BO WITH THE KNOCKOTTT? Shows at 2.25. 4.42, 5.59. 3.15 LOUIS Chic Yonn- Registered us. Patent OfCcs Top Amateur Golfers In Canadian Open MONTREAL. June flight amateur golfers entered their names over the week-end for the Canadian open, due to start Thursday over the exacting Bea- consfield Golf Club course here Phil Faney of Toronto Scarboro Club ana Aajutor Dussault of Roval Quebec headed the Canadian list The entry of Frank Stranahan of Toledo. O. who finished ahead of all Canadian golfers, both amateur and professional, in last years open at Toronto Thornhill also has been announced. It) KNOWN MER FOR QUITE A ONE NIGHT We MAO A DATS TO GO TO THE MOVIES WE SAT ON T-e SOFA, AND TALKED, AND DANC5D-ANO SV v, MtDNiQ-IT WERE8NSAGSD ITS LUOCy "NyIfl FOR CDOOE AND MEVI r THAT tT WHEN GOT TO HER HOUSE, rr was POURING DOWN RAIN, SO WE STAYED AT IN HER PARijCR HOWDIOM2U TOASK MAMA TO E DONALD Walt Disney Kegistered UJS. Paten; Office Russia Downs Britain In Radio Chess Match LOXDON-. Jur.e defeated Britain 13-6 in a four-day chsss tournament piaxed bv rzdao which ended Saturday. Russia beat a United States team 3n a similar j tournament last jear. :tf. M. Bowianik. Russian cham- pion and contender for the vacant wor.d championship, resigned to- day to C H. Alexander. 36-year-old foreign office and British" cham- j pion, who -vsn in 40 motes. Cranbrook All-Stars Beat Kimberley 11-4 CRAXBROOK. fHXS> Cranbrook All Stars an "-4 pasting on XiraberJey Sur.daT on nine hits, three ar.d errors, whil- ther yielded nine hits, two walks and three er- rors on a wet grass A thi-d Legion coilapse. when twa fsunaf per man was obviously in- sufficient to catch cons ftarted a lanci.-hde was i Al Capp DEBUT i THE CREAM Or SOCETY !S AMD ONLY THE CREAM rr OUTSIDE. SK3M AH SV1PEO FOJM !M FRONT CHEAP HOTEL SWORE HELPED ME CUMB UP HVAR NOW AH KIN SEE, -ifefe? NEXT HEADL1KES. DEBUT ENDS IN Softciferf -Soricfy Jtrvffg BCSTON.MASS-----for police still unacM; to un- collectors on tfr dsbut Miss to swlil SoJiCitors eirat sacn fists Bcs- tons biueSxsocs and'lS? or pdicv Call -was put >ri, but Ksd PO on v WILL HONOR BASEBALL TICKETS BRICK SRAPrORD-And ihe Witch Docfor of Wandij TAKE THESE GUM5, GIRLS, AND DCKT TKE A PLANE. 5ANDY AND I ARE GOiNG TO DO A BIT OF EXPLORING.' ..___- By WILLIAM RiTT and CLARENCE it Although the baseball games between Strathmore ar.d the Lelhbndgc Mirers vcrc lamed out over ;ne ncekenri fa-ts xsho purchis- ed tickets will bf abie to ai- tend other in tneir stead The t.ckcts f be honored at anv of the Min- ers' games this week at. Adams Park. The Taber tfam vs expected to play here Wedr.eidaj. !i SPAPFRf LETS STRIKE OUT SAKDY.'