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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1946 OUT ON A x LIMB with LOXIMEK FENWICJt Today the Canadian open com- mences on the Montreal Beacons- field par 72 course and we wish we were an onlooker of course, it promises to be the most colorful open In least since a Canadian has less chance to win it than usual. Practically every well-known American pro is entered, although Byron Kelson, the defending champ.' Baseball National League Cincinnati 2, Brooklvn 4. Pittsburgh 9, New York 4. Chicago 2, Boston 11. St. Louis 4, Philadelphia 1. American League Washington 4. Chicago 3. New York 8, Cleveland 4. Boston 2, 9; Detroit 16. 3. Philadelphia 4, St. loins 11. International defending his crown due to "tour- nnmerjt Nevertheless probably be a last-minute en- tTj. Numerous Canadian pros and amateurs are entered but they'll be luc.ty if any of them do better than ten'h. However, one of them might get hot, like Bobby Gray did in 1941, aid surprise the experts. Gray, jou iii'ght remember, shot a 276 at Jersey City 3. Montreal 6. JCeaark 9, Rochester 5. Pacific Coast Hollywood 2. Sacramento 1. Saa Francisco 1, San Diego 2. Seattle 6, Oakland 5. Lambicn money. to take second prize i American Assn. Columbus 5. Indianapolis 2. St. Paul 3. Kansas Cwy 4. M'nneapolis 4, Milwaukee 11. U.S. Ladies Favored To Win, Wimbledon 130 Golfers Enter BeaconsfieW Play HERALD SPORTS PAGE ELEVEN Room and Board by The 1941 open, which we were fortunate enough to see. was prob- ably one of the most esciting on rec- ord due to Gray's phenomenal scores. He led at the end of 54 holes, scoring a 66 on his third nund. although we may be a bit off on that as we haven't got the rec- TT ord-book JTeedS 7T women's singles players, including At any rate he led the field until top-seeded Pauline Betz of Los An- Sr.ead, shooting numerous j geies. advanced Tuesday in the all- birdies and eagles, overtook him during the last round and ended up two strokes to the good with a par- nd tennis championships, ripur of them were Americans and their display of power justified busting 274. It was heart-breaking their choice as top-heaw favorites for Orav and for the manv rabia 55 keen the women's title in the for Gray and for the many rabia fans who were cheering for him all the way. It was greedv of Snead, too. as he had already won two Ca- nadian, opens. Perhaps Gray, Home, Leonard, or Bob about the best Canadian tournament pros in the gnme be able to keep cool enough for four rounds and show up the Americans, but we doubt !t. The odds are too heavily loaded against them. REVIVE TROPHT FOR OUTSTANDING ATHLETE TORONTO, June TXJU Marsh Memorial trophy -The wul again be presented to an outstand- ing Canadian athlete this year and nominations will be received from United States. Miss Betz loafed to a straight- set victory, 6-3. 6-1, over Josane De Meulemester-Sigart. a Belgian and Wimbledon doubles champion of 14 years ago. Margaret Osbome of San Francisco, seeded No. 2 and ex- pected to meet Miss Betz m the final, trounced Mrs. J. K. Stork of Britain, 6-2, 6-0- Both were second-round matches. Miss Betz and Miss Osborne drew byes through the first round. Britain's chief hope in the wom- en's singles, Mrs. Kay Stammers Menzies, seeded fourth, easily de- feated a fellow-Briton, Miss P. A. O'Connell, 6-1, 6-1, in the first round. Mrs. Jean Nicoll Bostock, No. 6. and eighth-seeded Mrs. S- LoSargue of France also advanced. Both Mrs. Bostock and Mrs. Menzies are BriE- MONTREAU June than 130 golfers representing oiast of the cream of the United States and Canadian pro and amateur club-wielders, gathered at the Bea- consfield course today for the 1946 renewal of the Canadian open championship. The first match was scheduled Jo get underway as aja. KJD.i.. with play to continue daily until Sunday. Present of the Sea- gram cuu, emblematic of the open supremacy, is Byron Nelson who led the field last year at ThornhiU course. Toronto, shooting 280 for the 72 holes. Last night the entry list had 132 names, including Lloyd from the Tarn O'Shaater Club of] Chicago, recent winner of the U.S. open, Vic Ghezzi of Desi. NJ_ who with Kelson was eliminated by Mangrum in a three-way playoff at the United Slates open, Stan Leonard, ace pro from Vancouver.! Bobby Bums from Burlington, Ont., jvank Stranahan. Toledo, Ohro. amateur, and several others who are conceded a. chance to share in the honors and the pnzs money. A chance that the Canadian open scored by Lawson Lit- tle at Toronto in be shattered was seen in the fact that several favorites have been burning up the course in practice roands. Best pre-toumeT score was chalk- ed up Tuesday by western star Stan Leonard who did the 18 holes in 66 strokes, sis under the course's AND M6ARU A RADO ABOUT GROWVEEO COG POOR. AND 1 TO OWLS' Otic BULLFROG WHO CROCKS LIKE THAT AND ITS T. AtAS, LOWG FRCMTHE SUPERB SHAKESPEARE TO TCWH- 4 CKTWG A CUSSKE FOR: l TELL ME OP -OJR FORTUNES LAST SAVE MDUR Sunday School Fastball league Finals At Henderson Stadium Friday A good turnout of fans ai the The senior boys' game vae tared by two home russ D. Grif- fiths. First United took an early lead and held it to win. 13-12 from Aussies Suffer In Wimbledon Meet WIMBLEDON. England, June 27. blistered racket hand pro- tected by a grey cloth glove. Jack' Kramer of Los Angeies E. R. Avory, 6-1, 6-1, 6-0, Wedges- barracks Wednesday night saw___ day. cominiasg the withering United games of playoff baseball piay- States advance through the third. ed teams of the local Sunday iw __ cay of the Wimbledon, teams cham- School Fastball League The win- dab. The inn gives there. pionships while the vaunted Aus-' ners or the games will meei the to saset- St. Pats' traUan title bid lost some of it.? leaders in their respective finals at Henderson Stadium steam. for the playoffs on Friday Playoff i2t P-10- Tue Morris I AH seeded players made good, games will be held at the Hender- and Barret? Hardware Trophy is at t bui the upsets began vutn ra a son Fastball Stadium. stake in this final game. I league Australians. Fallowing are tfce bakeries: Plrst Jati. Karper. ranked Xo. 3 down p A YMOVTI Tfl Uni i Parker aad under, was eliminated in the second iU nULU JHolfaerton" Brooks SSSS3. Ho1' SPORTS MEET JULY 2 1 Tlw second Aussie ousted tie I In fctersaediate bors" aaase international -.eteran Harry Hop-- Raymond's the Firs; Baooit nosed csn man. wiio let a two-set lead to stampede program -sill in- tie br a 9-5 ad- Pierre Peilizza 01 Prance.'and a track and 5eld meet on tfce vancirs- in "nab font 4-6. 4-6. 6-3, 6-4, 6-i. .mcrnmg of JuSv 2. coKmeaciS; as4 agaSESi i Australians were lef; !n the S-QL. on she new cinder track la First Baptist janio- boys singles competition top-seeded toe baseoail uptown, it -s-ii! a. Dmny Palis, who accounted for H. be under the direction or the ItA. Steam, wiksinz'b? Wilton of Holland, 6-0, 5-4. 6-1, and AA. in conjunction until t'ne stam-' s No. 3 seeded Geoff Brown, who made committee. w-Hja- sodium '-a- short work of H- Marriner of Br.- :frlC3'> K -fce .o. I tain, 5-0. 6-0, 6-1. Royals, Generals Win At Fastball Safeway Royals trounced Eaton S Aces 20-14 in a high scoring game j _ _____________________ that was notable for the n Uoxd I errors committed; and Bums and Straaahan" scored 67's. .Arthur Generals won With Nelson, Sam Snead and score over tne Tloolworth Babes in, several other topflight NJS. pros U doubleheader> played as tne.Hen- musing from the tournament, Ca- derson Diamond Wednes- nadian players are conceded a bet- I day nignt. bv a 10-5' ter than even chance of the major prizes. athletic organizations until July 10, ish Wightman Cup players. Alexandrine Gibb, secretary of the A former Wimbledon star. Jad- board of judges, said Tuesday. The award, which has not been. made since 1941, -will go to tht in- dividual, man or woman, whose record to sport during 1845 is con- sidered outstanding. Iwiga Pedrzejowska of Poland, who was runner-up to Dorothv Round for the 1937 title, was Mrs. Lof- fargue's victim, losing 6-4, 6-4. in the first round. Mrs. Bostock elim- inated Miss E. Sutz of Switzerland, 6-1, 6-4. Available, but still in limited quantities BRITISH COLUMBIA PACKERS-LIMITED VANCOUVER. CANADA Dixie's Batting Gives Dodgers Win U. in the first game the Eaton club led throughout, up 10 the ninth inning, when the score read 14-12. In that inning the Royals collected I eight runs to go ahead and win by six runs. Eatons, ho committed only one error up to the eighth inn- sng. went to pieces in the dying moments of the game, and their final tally for errors was 11. They touched the opposing pitcher for eight hits. Safeways committee 15 errors, and during the game they clipped the Eatorr tosser for 16 hits. Cunning and Era Sanche scored Tonight's Fastball Scheduled gani'is in the City Fastball league are being at Henderson Fastball Stadinm every night, and inter- ested fans are assured of seeing top-calibre games if they turn ont. Thursday night the Inillers will tangle with Mibaiiks in the initial game of the Broders will tangle with Shaagh- nessy in the ?ame. The second game will be a flood- feature. STAN LEONARD HITS 6 UNDER PAR, Leonard, Vancouver's fairways wiz- ard, banged out a signing six under competitors p; .third. Peter and St. Paul's won. by a score of 5-3. rill rsest St. "C" on and girlsjjsder are AA.U. age5: In the province. :he Ai- Soa trophy. In the junior ssmJ-Snal tilt he Southnsiijster team pat on tae and "bv throughout the They meet in the finals for the St. Pats' "A" Juniors Boys' and Girls" Wear tro- DOUG LANE GOES TO CLEVELAND BARONS Sx-erove? ss v t Sup will iijoriOw. _ Gord Brydson of Toronto, whose woods and irons were almos' as not' as Leonard's, toureci the layout 68. repeating tfce perforssances j Harry Todd of Dallas Tes. George Fazio of Los Angeles. _ Lloyd Mangrum, C.S. open win- ln8 Haymontis big two-day show. ner. Vic Ghezzi. his runner-up, and Craig Wcod. ail arrived in Montreal _ appeal of Campbell Motors. is tfce scSeCole for Fri- day's Snal games at the Henderson Fostaail Stadiusa: pjn Juniors girls. Sotltis.- Crated vs. St. Pats bovs, First Unit- ed vs. First BaptK. 3-30 girls. St. Tuescav asd are expected "to mase Ltd.. of Vancouver for an injucc- Pats "C" vs. St. Peter ar.d St. PauL the roucds of the course Wednesday, i tion to restrain Prices Board 4-15 Intermediate boys. Louis May Fight EDMONTOX. June ft F r- if able sport sources here Wednesday i JnaUTietlO in Fall cials from interfering with its used' First Baptist TS. St. Peter and St. i car business was by a ma- Paul's. I jority decision, of the appellate: boys, Ss. Pats court. vs. First Cnited. night reported that Doug Lase, starry defencenian with ;he Ed- monton Flyers in the Western Cnn- BUFFALO. N.Y.. June By JOE KEICHLER, Associated Press Sport, Writer. Almost anv Brooklvn citizen v_ tell you in all sincerity that the between U.S., CANADA GAMES years ago was when Dixie Walker was a weu _________ came to the Dodgers in 1939. ?ame ana completed in record Probablv never in the annals of j time. j baseball has a player captured the i Kay Wilson, the Woolworth pitch-1 hearts of the fans as has the soft- er, allowed only one nit -up to tne i eighth innuig, and her team held the lead by a 6-3 count. Generals ada Senior KocSey league last. boxing champion season, has beer, signed to a three- i Louis said last night In ar. interview year contract with the Cleveland durirg his first public appearance Barons in the American Hockey since nis title bout with Billy Conn, league. Lane is a 27-year-old naare i that he "probably will fight in. of Prince Albert, Sask. Seotember and the match probabiv will be with Tami Alaunello.'" spoken drawling Southerner. To Brooklyn. lans, Walker can do no wrong. In their humble opinion, Dixie is the greatest baseball player that ever lived, Dixie, in his eignt- year reign at Ebbets Field, has won so many games that invariably, the newspaper vendors yell: "Today's score, Dixie 4, opponents 2.'' That's what they were yelling yes- terday following Brooklyn's 4-2 vic- tory over Cincinnati Reds, TAhich enabled the Dodgers to retain their three-game first place margin St. Louis Cardinals. Ana wnat did their Dixie do? He only smashed two triples to knock in three runs aad scored the other himself. The Cards kept pace with the national league leaders by ending the five-game winning streak 01 the onrushmg Philadelphia Phillies 4-1, to at least Chapman's hustling crew from taking over fifth place. The American league-leading Bos- ton Red Sox had to come from behind to stave off their most dis- astrous day of the season. After broke away on a scoring spree in -the final innings of the game, how- ever, to win by a lusty margin. K. Wilson banged out the only home run of the game. Safeway Royals ........20 16 15 Eaton Aces 14 8 11 Cunning-. Luude and Toccoli; Turner and Burr. McArthur Generals .....10 6 2 655 and Scott; "Wilson and Court. O.C. SOCCER TEAM WINS COT WEOTIPEG. June A quartet of shot-makers, from Winm- peg Niakwa Golf club yesterday won, the Manitoba inter-club golf cham- pionship at the St. Charles Golf j and Country club here. j The tournament attracted a total! of 34 four-man teams from, ail points united and Tuesday aboard the Queen Marv. The Liverpool team won all" 10 matches in North America, scoring 70 goals agates: 10 for their oppo- nents. Albert Shelley. Liverpool trainer, said the Canadian and Umtea States teams were as good as a First Division British club. WoolTrorth Babes of the province. Sparked by Charles Woods and I Murray Boulton. uho shot six-ovef- par the Niakwa aggregation finished with a 316 strike aggregate score. Winnipeg Scathwcod trailed i a close second TriUa 319 strokes and' St. Boniface third with 321. I HODGES LOSES TO STAFFORD IN ONTARIO TENNIS MATCH -y 4? ftCMWOS ME WLHOUOW fifiOUND 8UD65 GRANUM AND DISTRICT LEAGUE STANDINGS j Granum and District Hecreational Club baseball league standing to June 24 is as follows: dropping the first game of their ui Jumbo Valley...... 2 Camforth......... 3 Won Lost Pet. double header 16-2, the Red Sox cams up with seven-run eighth inning to whip the Tigers 9-3 and earn an even spht. New York Yankees narrowed! Bos- r de- I 1 2 .666 .600 .500 -250 STILL SEEK TTNIONIZE feating Cleveland Indians 8-4. Washington edged out Chicago White Sox 4-3 in 16 innings with pitcher Ssd Hudson scoring the winning run on Bob Kennedv's OI Ins SmeT Canons! League. The board Sxeci tnree-run nom_r oy tnet at. and another by Walter Jucruch with one mate aboard enabled St. Louis Browns to smother the Phila- 11-4 in a night delphia Athletics contest. New York Giants and Pittsburgh Pirates exchanged places in the National league when lefty Dave Koslo pitched the Giants out of the Amencan Baseball Guild filed a petition with the Pennsylvania Labor Relations Board Wetinesdav for "a collective bargaining election in an effort to unionize the Pitts- team of July 2 for a hearing at Pittsburgh where an examiner will be assignee, to record testimony for eventual presentation to the "state body. XATAL-5HCHEL BALL FLAYERS GITEX GIFTS their de- _ parture for the coast where thev will ceUar j Pla? for senior baseball team at over the B-ucs. Mort Cooper spaced 12 hits to outlast four Cmcago pitchers as the fourth place Boston Braves walloped the Cubs 11-2. Funeral services for the 24 R.C. A_F. victims of the crash in Octo- ber, 1943, of a Liberator bomber be held next, Wedntsday after- noon at the scene of the disaster, a 1 cliff on the side of Black Mountain, SPOT OF TEA Canadians consume pounds of tea annually, or an aver- some 60 miles north of Dorval. Que. j age of about 800 cups per aJuIt, Duncan, B C, two former Michel Sports Club players, pitcher T. Krail and catcher "Bing" Weaver, were presented each with a wallet and a small sum of money on behalf of the officers and members of the senior baseball club. They left Natal last week. NAVAL CUSTOMS AND TRADITIONS No. 4 NIGHT ROUNDS: Although the great Nelson officially died at the battle of Trafalgar, many customs of today's Navy teach Jack Tar that Nelson's spirit lives oa. "Night Rounds" Jtre still being made with huge brass candle lantern containing 2 single lone- some candle. For practical purposes, a powerful electric torch is also carried but the Navy con- tinues to cherish the glow of tradition which radiates from this ISth-Cenrury lantern! In The Best OF Tradition It's Always PLAYER'S MHO Mom hove "Wetproor paper which doei noi tHdc to the lips. MILD or MEDIUM CORK TIP AND PLAIN PLAY'EJt'S NAVY CUT CIGARETTES Chic Toon? r Begisleree T7.3. Paten: Qf2cs COOKIE. COME BACK LOU .5 KAV1K-G SOME UT7 OSIS CVS? ID HER AND MS "TO COVE GIRLS WEARING, MARV DONALD Walt Discey Begistered Parent OfScs SIX POUNE7S U HAM3U2SE2, PLEASE! (OH, 30V! 4 LIT, Al Capo I DiDNT HAVS. A CHANCE AS LONG FOAMSNGWAM VAN PELV, CA33AGE1 COD WE. NOW. 1 CAM Mt-NOW- TONiaKT-r-r XCS-PEAS03V FLEA VfH-L.'-" UASTTVO FlANCiS flET WITH TER- LE. Aa-'ANCS. VELL. TONIGHT .'f BRICK BRADFORD-And fhe Wiich Doctor clWancK By WILUAiM RSTT and CLARENCE GRAY ;