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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 1946 OUT ON A LIMB with LOKIMEK FENWICK We've been trjicg to get a hockey story for you but haven't had much luck as they haven't got. any play- ers definitely signed as yet. Never- theless both Sueenev Schriner and Gordon Rrtibr have high hopes of a couple of top-notchers on the dotted line isithm the next few teeks. soon, as they do they'll IK us know. Hockey players are hard to get these days as said -before. Most every citr in Canada with a population of 15.000 or more is after a team, either senior or junior, and Is to pay considerable money to get the proper players. In the United States there are numerous, near clubs being formed, all of vhich irant the besi players avail- able. They have lots of money to back them up, too. cities, like bricge, which are after an entirely new aggregation are having a tough tfcne getting one together. How- ever, fortunately for local fans, the sponsors of our club are anxious to j tf KM i. set as good a team as possiole here f llOlt IVlCCt and mil leave no stone unturned jetting one. We trust thr.c they Trill be successful and that the Arena vdi! b-.- il'e scene of many Baseball National League Cincinnati 15. Biooklyn 3. Chicago 7. Boston 3. St. Louis 3. Phiiadelplua 5. Pittsburgh 3. New York 0. American League New York 3, Cleveland 8. Washington 4, Chicago 6. Boston 1, Detroit 0. International Jersey City 2, Montreal 15. Baltimore 2. 12: Toronto 4, 2. Newark 1, Soches'er 6. Syracuse 9, Buffalo 8. American Assn. Minneapolis 5-3, Milwaukee 0-12. St. Paul 7-5, Kansas City 1-2. Louisville 2. Toledo 3. Columbus 7, Indianapolis S. 79 Golfers Play In exciting: games next winter, with the home team tanning a goodly portion of them. We don'c know ivhen the season tickets lor the twenty or so league games are going: on sale but ire imagine it be long. And we don't know the scale of prices Trill be, but you can be sure that they'll be much higher than they before the war. And jou haven't got a kick coming either if you know anything about the rise of'prices in this country since the beginning of the war. So you'll probably find you'll be paying more than a dollar for the best seats in the house and about half a dollar lor rush. jobs. Such prices aren't very high either when you consider that last iiinter they charged two dollars for "the besc seats to junior hockey fames in Toronto and well over a collar to see senior hockey games in Calgary and Edmonton. We aon't know about the prices in other cities but we imagine they'd be approximately as high, if not high- er. So don't collapse if you have to pay 60 per cent more for your seats this winter than you did live years Itll be worth it. Head Colds Mentholatnm quickly re- lieres head colds; checks sniffling; soothes irri- tated mem- branes- Jars and tubes, 30c- KIMEERLEY. B.C. BJghlsght meet of golfers from East Kootenay and Southern Al- berta, the three-dav Crow's Nest Pass golf tournament here at the weekend was through a series of thunderstorms with two new champions emerging. The men's open championship went to Halph Redding, out-of- seascn Kimberley Dynamiter, in the final is holes, "and 3, against Harrr littler, Pernie, with 1945 champion Ray Dunlop of Pincher not entered. The women's open championship held by Ellen Hughes Cobum of Pemie, who did not enter, was won by Mrs. W. A. Pergie of Cranbrook. 4 and 3. in Mrs. C- E. Treeman, MENTHOLATUM (...ri COMFORT Dzily finals agains Cranbrook. Terrv Hughes, FernJe, won the first flight sgsins: Ike Armstrong. another Kimberlev Dynamiter, and Irene Haigh, Pemie. won the wo- men's first flight against Mildred Minton, Pernie. Seventy-nine top-notch golfers from Crow's Jfest Pass association clubs which run from Kimberley to Lethbridge, entered the meet at Kimberley's picture, book course near Mafysrille. Tournament presi- dent was "Ken Campbell, with sec- retary, Gordon The association's annual meeting was postponed until laier in the season in view of weaiher breaks which, prolonged play past the sche- duled finish. Biairmore was select- ed at the 1947 tourney site, and officers will be chosen at the post- poned meeting- Muttons, Millers Win Ball Games Hat tons shutout 6-0 and Millers trounced BrocSers 9-4 in a smart and speedy fastball doable- header at the Henderson Fastball Stadium Tuesday evening. The tilts were scheduled league games, and although the weather was windy and somewhat chilly, the four teams pui up a good demonstration. A small turnout of fsns '.vere on hand to see the games. Although Mihaliks bowed cut scoreless before Hultons, they play- ed a top-calibre game, committing only four errors. Pitcher Roy Smeed. who served for the first five inn- ings, allowed four hits. His reliev- ing teammate. M. Dorehak, who took over the box ss the sixth inn- ing, was touched for one hit. Hunons pitcher. J. Hiebert, was clipped for hits during the game. The team committed only errors. The Huiton team gained their first two tallies m tht second mn- j ing on runs by Weshora and Ssnerek. Ogg followed up with an- other in the third, and their scor- ing tras capped off in the fourth inning with runs by Campbell. Litzi and Ogjr. In the floodlight feature between; Millers and Broders. Millers got, on the score sheet in the second inn- ing when Ko'.ac and Petne each brought in a run. They jumped the tally in a scoring spree m the fol- lowing inning when Karris, T. Ponek, B. Ponek. Alhson and Kovac romped home for five more count- ers. In the final inning they wound up their scoring wuh. runs oy Mil- roy and Price. During the game the Millers smacked the opposing pitcher for ten hits. They committed four er- rors. Meheden gathered in the first run for the Broders in the fourth inning, and in the same canto Ontko boosted the tally to a pair. Iliey failed to sink another count- er until the final stanza when and Tokanuk scored to push the HERALD PAGE NINE Room and Board by G GOTTSELTG SEEKING WEST CANADA BALL TALENT June ager Johnnv of the Chi- cago Black Hawks of the National Hockey League arrived in Winnipeg scout girls" softball of all things. He will watch Winnipeg I girls' teams and then move to Ee- gina in search for prosoects for the American. Girls' Professional League. FORBlGMILtAGt Are you an economy-minded truck operator? Then here's the answer to your prayers a tire combi- nation designed especially for you! Put these Goodyear working partners on your truck and watch your operating costs go down your deliveries run on schedule and your profits go UP! See us today. WtV, I KAVSNT SEEN S-.NCE CX'R. TKS W.WJ CVERTME YEARS GLARE OF LSJ I SEEK. T OOASK.HW.TOBACXUP 1MPO1JNDS2 W A SHERIFF FOR.CXS. LACK. OF HJfiOS TO GREET OLX) Phillies Popular, Win 18 Of 24 Tilts 40 New Ducks Stm-Final Hal IT i- j n uQIirrillai Ddn Unlimited Praine Projects This JMttgilt CALGARY, June new projects for duek cosservauos in the prairie provinces, costing By JACK HAND. Associated Press Sport Writer. Ben Chapman, the "fail who are being undertaken Kaydowa to Use local took on the UjaffitLess job o: man- year by Unlimited and should School Fastball Associatkra League agiug the Phillies year ago, is a be competed by fall, Ifceicas Main wa underway toiagiK, solia be. to be named manager ot, sj Winnipeg, general manager of i when tea teaass vSL first division, rates as a miracle for the club thai holds the record for fsntsning __________________ Ncbotiv expects the Phillies to 'maintain their pace. Bin their o 11 T A J renaissance has caught the fancy o; liall 1 CJLHflS AlCL i the country, much as the fans ._, _ t for" the Dodgers in 1S41 and the o OpOKJUlC (_.1UD Foilowiaj is the schedule for tS playoff teams: Sen-cr and the 10 play St. and Barrett St. Ijuars BroivES in 1944. I Last night's 5-3 decision over St. j 1 Louis Cardinals was the latest the play St. Peter and Ss. Paul's. Junior SaptlsE ard SPCXAXE. Wash.. June Soattausster, she to reason for danciag la the streets., coened its 51rss Ciuted on for the j The fans gave Del Earns a hearl j-elp the and Srath trophy. Cancel Ball Game iMcConachie Is Presented With s .AO .--s. carried to their deaths and' Harry "K-oe-ier and Son trophy. a -or injured seven other piavers ard TJBi- Caropais to pKi up a game, for dnve- ted and 3t. Paul's. i l TOM-r w ?lay "A" for Offers of carce Cancellation of the baseball game between the Lethbridse Miners and the Taber Fliers, scheduled to be played at the Adams Park dianiond tonifht. Wednesday. ua.s made necessary when certain malicious persons turned the water on in the park Tuesday night, flooding out the diamond that had been worked over and put In first-class con- dition for the game. Officials of the team expressed their regret at calling oft the game, but they could not do otherwise in view of the un- playable condition of the field. There was no possibility that the field would be dry enough in time for the same. McKee Trophy out of behind Xick Stnr.cevich. InteraatMnal a Spo-. nho chose the occasion 'or ins first :o nse fron: w" a_ triumph 3-0 wi ho now Kaaonal. IntemaUonal League. Robert. 3. i cnose uie occasion :or ills Iirs: was oaiiiins ;o iron: _, j .1. _ .1. aph of the year, a four-hit fL'th place but .'rom major and i-hstei-ash oi Ne-.v York Giants. leagues across "r.e countrv. ..-os, r.o-A- bring up the rear m the Tne of :ae Westerri' a" Scoreboard marker up to four. Bro- j VUHITTTf'VV CWTDV ders gathered six hits off Price, UV.IVI tillIV1 the ililler tosser. and committed six i errors during the game. j Linescores i Mihahks 000 000 7 4 Buttons .......021 300 5 2 Batt-eries: Smeed, Dorchak and Sorokoski; Hiebert and Ogg. Millers ........025 000 10 6 Broders .......000 200 6 4 Batteries: Price and Me- heden and Ontkean. Officials: Mel Friend and Odie WINS WINNIPEG RACE EDMONTON'. June They nored oue of Wesiera Caiada's i Cnicago stopped Boston's fue- AbeS of Tacoma, was arrive in game u-in stream, 7-3, u> Oie dismay Spokane todav ro discuss mvolv- Hoys f TS1 of 34 J31 faas. second straight an emergency rale :o recruit payers frosi otiwr cluos and enable i Plans June 28 Dance At a testimonial McConachie, who started flying in the u-est at the age of 2G and Sam 2ol- outpltched three Athletic hurl- I hi open-cockoh ships. present- to give St. Louis Browns a 7-2; with the'McKee Trophy. Can- mght verdict over Philadelphia. j in the Dominion during the, Premier Manning referred to Me- Conacme's enviable record of achievement and praised him for v 1ENGUSH CRICKETERS GAMES PLANNED DEFEAT INDIAN TEAM June 28. The program will feature a 3oor show, and there viii oe daacmg frtsta 9 p-ic. to 1 ajn. A aoor pnse be offered. NATAL-MICHEL BALL CLUB SCORES 7-3 WIN NATAL, BC. Behind the effective six-hit pitching by "Lefty" Steve Scott, the Xatal- Michel Sports Club continued their winning ways in the Crow's Nest Pass Senior Baseball League by handing the second place Biairmore Columbus Club Cardinals their se- cond defeat within a week by a 7-3 score. The game was played before a fair crowd at the Natal" ball park on Sunday. June 23. Scott won his second, league game of the season with 12 strikeouts. A. Chala started on the mound for Biairmore but was realaced bv Herman in the seventh. The win was the sixth straight for the Natal-Michel team. The game was umpired by J. Hampton of Michel and R, Veyprava of Biairmore, games are scheduled the building of an" air b-idge be- v la Jhe local Fraternal Past- tw-een the old world and the new. I bali League- for tins -a-eek. A He said this air bridge with its i game between the Jaycees rapid means of transportation might; and the Elks will be played prove an important link in. at the Sixth Avenue diamond between the two teams, which end- June Adenos, six-year-old Chestnut horse from the iiarks and Rouse stable, Lexington. Ky., copped the fifth and feature race, a mile and 70- vard event, at Polo Park here Tues- oav. Adenos finished strongly to win over Heina's Pride and Mataco. who finished second and third, resnectivel- I officer eommanding the Northwest i Second of the dav a Command, R.CJiJP_ who sasd for three-veaV-oldE, "foaied in through Grant McConachie's win over Garry _and O My Dear. Georgie O is owned by Keith LONDON. June The bowl- j i ing of Alec Bedser. who took 1 1 "f wickers for 145 runs, and the bat- "f of Joe WHO scored 205. were saaior factors in England's decisive victory over India in the THE ARABS The Arabs invented Algebra. post-war test welding a world family of nations, i on Wednesday. June 28. ed Tuesday Thursday evening the Jay- j England won by 10 wlcksti. Xo cees will play off with the wickets had fallen ir. the home Odd Fellows at the team s second innings bv toe time Avenue diamond. the 4S runs necessary to top India's total had. been scored. PRAISED AS PIOXEEK The presentation was made by! Air Vice-Marshal T. A. Lawrence, j SHAVE and Ramey, Calgary, Alia. :Xme j derby eligibles ran. The daily double combination. Double or Nothing ir. the first race and North Bound in the second, paid Gladys Dale won the seventh race of the cay with Hazelgreen placing second for a quinella of to an earlier successful than otherwise would Tonight's Fastball Four ladies' teams trill tangle tonight at the Henderson Fast- ball Stadium in a doubleheader of rejniarlv scheduled league games, and fans who are inter- ested in seeing a pair of keen and smartly plajed games axe advised to attend. In the day- light feature McArthurs will tangle with the Woolworth clnb, in the floodlight event Safeways will play against Eatons. j ces. coffee is several times a day. Hodges, Desjardins Win 2nd Day Games ST. CATHARINES. June Don Hodges, Regma tennis star. teamed up with J. J. Desjardins of Montreal to beat Jack Randall and Reg Brookson of St. Catharines 6-1. 5-4, in the second day's' play of the southern Ontario men's tennis championships Tuesday. been The banquet was sponsored bv the government of Alberta, the city of Edmonton and the Northwest Chamber of Mines and the Edmon- ton Chamber of Commerce. FORMAL BEMI-TASSE A former gesture of Egyptian hospitality is the serving of a small cup of coffee. BIRD CHANGES COLOR In the first two years of its life, the little blue heron is white. Had Another Bad Night? Couldn'tYou Get Any Rest? To those who toss, night after night, on aiecplew beds. To those who jeep in s kind of a way, but whose reet is J-y bad dreams and nightmare. To those who -wake up in the morning as tired as when they wsnu to bed, we offer in Miiburn's Health and Nerve PUIa a tonic remedy to help soothe and streaeibeu the nerves: this is done there should be no more restlese nights due to had dreams and nightmares. 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