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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta FELDAY, JUNE 28, 1946 OUT ON A WVJ A LIMB with LOBIMEK FENWIC1 Baseball National League The appointment of Bwke manager 01 next winter's big hockey team cidn't come as nxira. of a surprise arouud town. .be was the logical naau lor the job and should make good at it goon luck to him among those not I present at the Canadian Open are Jtten liogan. Byron Nelson, little, jimmr Demaret and Sad Snead most of them are on their war over to the BiitisU Open which smarts uext weefc However, all the other big boys, like Uangnun, winner of tnis vear's Ir-S. Open. Vie Ghezzi and Herman Keiser, are gcing to be there, so it should be a-prenv good siiow after the backward children who flooded Adams Eark the other nigh: probably are still chortling with moronic glee at their awfully amus- ing tncK the Philadelphia Phillies are the talk of the National League at the present moment due- to their amazing seventeen for twenty-four record of the past three weeks it -would tat wonderful to see there, win the oennant but we're siill afraid they'll end up close to the cellar there is talk of forming a Western Senior Baseball League for nexs year with teams from Lethbridge, Edmonton. Calgary. Great Falls and Saskatoon compefujg a good idea if we had a larger seating capacitv at Adams Park we saw Lucky Teeter and his Hell-Drivers once at the Toronto Exhibition if Lncky Lott and his Hell Drivers are even half as good we'd walk fifty miles to see them do their stuff talk about "dare devils! Lucky Teeter, by the way. was killed sev- eral months after we saw him. forming stunts at, some American exhibition___it's a wonder he lived as long as he did the Ameri- cans are now favored to regain the Davis Cup they lost to Australia just before the war, due to Pancho convincing win over Aus- tralia's number one star, Dinny Fails tomorrow Windfields, a Canadian bred horse who ran sec- ond 10 Assault two weeks ago in the Dwyer, will have another chance to beat the wonder-horse when he takes him on at the Empire Track in Nev." York. that Art Baalim fish story is being given wide pub- licity throughout the country is is one of The best we've ever beard but we sclll think the finny moustar was an awful sucker. Edmonton Out Of Football League EDMOJ5TCW. June Edmonton football club will have no entry in the Western Canada Rugby League nes; season it was learned Thursday. Officials connected with the Ed- monton Er-kimos club said financial difficulties had brought a decision not to enter the club in the "Western Canada rugby schedule to get underway late in August. Vancouver also recently withdrew from the circuit, leaving only Cal- gary Brosks. Regina and Winnipeg in the proposed western Canada football setup. Chicago t. Pittsburgh Boston 1, Brooklyn 3. American League Ko games scheduled. FREE SWIM LESSONS International Jersev City 1. 1; Toronto 0, 5. Baltimore 3. Montreal 10. Syracuse 3. Rochester 5. Newark 12. Buffalo 11. American Assn. Minneapolis S-S. Milwaukee 11-1. Louisville 5. Toledo 3. St. Paul 3. Kansas City 2. Columbus 2-6. Indianapolis 5-14. Services "of Bert Strettoa, a Letii- bridge boy vho holds the YJH.C-A. Sensor iaSe Saving A'sard. have been secured by the local nr for j the teaching of at Hen- derson Lake this susnsaer during the monifes of July aari August. Ben Stretton. has been member of the Y.M.C.A. leaders" Corps for the past ten years and who is war planning for a Y.M.C.A. .secretaryship. txea. attending the Universiiy of Alberta the past year and doing work with the EcmoBtoa YJtCJL He- centlr he performed extension work for the iethbridge YJ4.CJL by teaching swiraaiEg: fundamentals Sunday Is Golf Tourney Deadline The Southern Alberta Tournament, afnuai golf event played at the Lethbridje Club's Hendetsan Lake count, will be held over the holiday veekend, and xoost of the dis- trict's top club wielders are ex- pected to be en hand. Qualify- ingr rounds may be played any time on Saturday, with the deadline for registration and qualifying: set at ajn. Sun- day. HERALD SPORTS PAGE ELEVEN Room and Board by and life saving In the Magrath high school where he performed an outstanding service and Sacid- enily passed eight- boys and girls in tUeir Senior Ufe Sav- ing Award. The swimming instruction Henderson Lake will start this year on July 2 from 2 to 6 o'clock each afternoon. Classes will be organ- ized and continued each week day. Following the general plan and slogan of ths "Y" as a -Family" Y-M.C.A, swimming will be taught to boys, girls, men and women of all ages at no cost. The interest and attendance cf the person is TSOUPE DISBANDED, I TRIED SEVEKAJ. .JOSS RSQ12R2SS USE Of AS A TRA1M CALL1R., AM ASD LASTty AS A LECTURER ON A S5GKT-SEBHG "JOUR PREStKT ACT. I'M THE 1MPR55ARJO Of A SEKSATiONAL, FREAK.. CARKJVALS AKD 1 TWSSC US W A -SN rrS9o IH THE SfiAGs. HE SWEATS IS-1- KW. all that is required. Further information regarding this project can be obtained from the Y-M.C.A. office. FILES SUIT AGAINST MIKE JACOBS LEECHES DELIGHT Blood-letting or cupping was vssd. as early as 413 B.C. to treat disease. Fighting Cocks Fed Neat Whiskey, Raw Eggs, Iodine LONDON, June Stimulated by whisky, legs fitted with two-inch spurs, lighting cocks are battling again in arenas hidden among northern Bagland's moun- tain ranges in a revival of one of mankind's most bloodthirsty sports. i While hundreds of pounds change wsffaarsvw NEW YORK. June Promoter Mike Jacobs has another battle on his agenda, as the result of 2. slander and libel suit filed against Mm Thursday in su- preme court. The action inras brought bv Rep. Donald LL OToole (Dem.. "N.Y.i. FASTBALL STANDINGS Tbliowing are the team stand- ings in the City Jastbaa League: LADIES W I, Ghezzi Sets 6 Under Par Record AtJSeaconsfield McArtixur Generals----5 0 Woolworth Babes 3 3 EoyaJs 3 3 Eaton Aces i 6 MEN'S Shaughcessy 5 0 Buttons 4 1 Ellison Miflers 3 2 I Broders 1 4 i CatellSs 1 4 N GOLF CLUB, June Vie Gfeezzi's sen- sational six wader par for a 10CO j course rasoru a larruping bole 300 to one by the Loa Cummin? 500, or Toronto Golf Club, topped a America League Hnrlers Set Pace JOE WHCHLHl Preat Sport Writer) WaBe the senior circuit is in fiar- of failing to produce a Mihaliks 1 4 TRY TO AID BROKEN i U.S. Player Scores Tonight's Fastball Highlight of fast- ball games at the Henderson Fastball Stadium will be the playoff between the St. Pat's Seniors and the First United Seciors for the championship i In the Sunday School Fastball i Leagrue. The Morris .ina Bar- rett Hardware 'iropfay is at stake. Play will be-in at pan. The floodlighted same to be played after the senior tilt will feature Mr-Arthur Generals Rovals. lop- notth City League ;irl select 25-gasse wjaser class, the course was 70. made last year' Each of the present; qaartet, Hal bv Boo Kieley. hcin-e clab amateur.' Scisliouser of Detroit Tigers; Bob "An ucheralcfed giren little, Cleveland Indians: by the tied -fritfa; P-eniss. Bcstoa Had Sox. and Spud SS's. The- sre Ed Fargoi of Poatiac, j Ne-ar Tork Yaakees, Prsck Stranahan. amateur j passed lO-Ttctary rnari Toledo, Ohio, and K. i. Little BocX. Ark., veteran, i Or-e itroSe farther a-a'ay camej Rober, Ferns of Hudson Heights.' 'Que is-ith 69. finishing a hoi: '32. i t Uovd Mangruin. uei" uus. opes. tiUeho'.cier. put on an errauc per-1 tllan the 'echedcle eoas- L: the who his notched eight In the cnJv tsro zaznes over par ou; and one over the idle St. Louis Carciina-s SPOKANE BALL CLUB DURHAM. N.C.. June President W.G. Bramham of the National Association Thursday call- ed upon, all clubs in. the minor leagues to lend assistance to the Spokane club of she Western In- ternational League, whose roster V 1 Upset, Wimbledon O.C. Promoter Prombes Louis-Woodcock Scrap WIMBLEDON. England. Jur.e 28.; Brown of San Frai- j also was somewhat erratic. arown oi oau _. _. Cisco 23-year-old veteran of the. LONDON. Jur.e Remoter s F iff h TrODFlV lit baUJe of Germany, blasted highly Jack Solomons arrived home from t V, ft? r T-ancfco Segura of Ecuador. the United States ancs the Lcuis- rOT O .O. court in four sets Thursday Conn bous Thursday to announce i ______ wrecked by a bus accident to the All-England tennis that four top-flight Azr.erican box- Monday aisht in nine of chamoioishlps with their first Lesnevich. Ts the team's players were killed and j K several others critically injured. I Bramham said he would permit i other clubs in the Western Inter-" Dodgers scored two rons In enth luring to break a 1-1 deadlock and sew us the contest The Cubs came from behind to the wiih pach-tutter 3U1 Nicholson driving in the tyiar and runs tslth a bases- lorded single in the sinth Mavor j. H. Mathers. Braucford. T-mi Another trophy nas oeea pu, up Q -aiaced on menr- Tami Maun-, ,Qr a ;eam m -ase.onal Vancouver's Staler Pars American, holder of I --cry of CTSe' to M -d x _._ bles utles. came back behir.c a BrancTorc. Mike" in caustic statements given by each to the press as the result o? the Joe Louis-Billy Conn heavyweight title bout. In his suit OToole claimed Jac- obs uttered and defamatory words" against the congressman, who was "greatlv injured in his and 'professional repu- good taOon.' The suit said Jacobs charged "that the plaintiff had attempted to use his office and position as a member of the house of represent- atives to obtain and extort from the defendant tickets to the sporting exhibition" meaning the Louis- Conn fight. Moreover, the suit declared. Jac- obs' remarks constituted a charge that OToole "was using his office for personal revenge and selfish motives." Plan Improvements Churchill Downs LOUISVILLE. Ky_ June 28. f-P} Plans for a huge expansion pro- gram at Churchill De-was were an- nounced Thursday by CoL Matt J. Downs president, who said work could be started immediately on the racing plant if approved by federal suthorfties. cue of each other to satisfy the "sporting" instinct of men with too much time and monev. Blood mad Staffordshire bull terriers siso are at each other's throats in a new outburst, of ancient barbarism that fills barred rooms in London and provincial suburbs. Officials of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Ani- mals disclosed Thursday that cock- fighting, nominally an fflpgal sport, is a regular pastime ones- more in wild and inaccessible corners of the four northern counties of Lanca- shire. Yorkshire, Cumberland and Westmoreland. The young gamecocks normally fight purely for the sake of fighting and without undue ferocity, but after being doped with neat whisky, raw eggs and iodine, they tear into each other until one of the birds sinks into exhaustion, often with eyes and entrails ripped out. erful backhand and blinding serv.ce national League to assign players on ton o' It and would increase the facilities to a point where 150.000 could be accommodated for horse al to option Dlavers to Spokane, i Cluu nna they may rush'all slayS help otherwise but possible under the conditional as- signment transfers. Outside Ball Teams Due Here Top-ranking fastball teams from Calgary and Medicine Hat will be in Lethbridge over the holiday weekend to compete with local clubs in exhibition games at the Hender- son Stadium. The visitors will be the Medicine Eat Legion- naires. a senior girls' team, and the Calgary Army and team. Navy CaJgary team clash Buttons in a doubleheader on Sun- day, games commencing at p-m. and p.in- The cowtown club is rated as one of the best in The Medicine Hat club will come SUNDIAL- CHNS) Mrs. Mae to the city on Monday to play the Main is visiting at Ranier with her McArthur Generals, league-leading women's team here. Games will be son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and The plans included an immense played at pjn. and pjn. underground pavilion with terraces Mrs. Albert Bahr. Registered ITS. Patent Office Chic Tonnj PADDX MAVSMT POPCORN IN TIME DONALD Walt Disney Registered D.S. Patens Office LI'L Al Capp BUT (soar) i AFTER VWAT I HAPPEMEDTD THE LAST GREAT NEWS ONTHiS PUPJTAMiA FORTUME WiU. ALVAVS BE RJCH.T HER INVESTMENTS ARE GlLT-aiGE, AMD ABSOLUTELY YOU'M A PAUPER U. VOUR BUT. DONT MY DEAR; VDLVLL STJU. INHERIT S35.OOO.OOO YOU rrs TO- N03OESV WANTS NOBODY'.'" VCSJR J9fn BIRTH DAV. MONTH Predator Drive Success, Magrath MAGRATH. (EN'S) At the j monthly meeting of the Rod and Gun Club, a report on the crow and magpie campaign re-, vealed that a total of sixteen, nan- j dred predators had been accounted j for- eges and legs combined. This tots! far outstrips last year's drive, _ and in certain areas, where the j Jailing uas the most concentrated., "r ls can be observed-' results can be observed Another important item on tne BRICK BRADFORD-And the Wifch Doctor of Wanch WiLUAM RITT and CLARENCE GRAY LET'S MARK THIS SPOT, SO WE'LL BE ABLE TO FIND IT ON OUR RETURN, BEHIND THEM A JUNGLE KISS CREEPS 51LENTLY ON THEIR TRAIL LL, WE MADE IT, SANDY.' Members 01 the club reported soliciting fanners, and stock men ia a place particularly suited for the sanccuarv. They found almost i unanimous aporovaL The suggest- j ed resting place for the game birds j is south of town along the irriga- tion canal. It was also decided to -write to-, authorities concerned to find out it the club could do something about maintaining stricter game regulatiocs on the and burai situation, as renorts pour in almost daily of cases "-where people are netting in forbidden, -waters, and j also using tracs to snare the diminishing flocks of partridge and chicken. The problem of ob- j tajnjng more pheasants from the Brooks hatchery was discussed, and the advisability of banding these. birds also came up for discussion. I The secreiarv was instructed to J communicate the fisheries branch of the province to find out if ;t would be possible to get a screen installed the headgates of the Pot Hole Coulee dsm to hold] back the fish that the club antici- pates planting in those waters. It was suggested that when the water 1 runs straight through the dam. an electric charge might be placed in the .canal to hold the fish back. j The starting of trap shooting was j promised in the near future, pro- vlded arrangements as now consti- tuted are carried out. One interested executive offered a reward of S25 cash for anyone i giving Information leading to the: conviction and arrest; of anyone found netting game fish. Next' meeting was called for Tuesday, July 30. Plan Dominion Day Sports, Blairmore BLAIRMORE. Five baseball teams have already filed their entries for the big baseball tournament to be held la Blairmore on July 1. in connection with the Dominion Day celebrations. Entries have been jectived from Cardston. Hillspring, Hillcrest. Coleman and Blairmore. and it is expected tha: Picture Butte and a team from Calgary will enter before entries are closed. A number of fastball teams, both ladies and men. have entered the fastball tournament, and several athletes from Southern Alberta are expected to compete in the jam -r and open track and field for which excellent prizes are being offered. Another feature of the sports celebration will be the mine rescue and first aid competitions that will be heJd near tne sporte field Twelve teams have entered in these competitions. They have been prac- ucmz faithfully during last month and competition will be keen Still another feature of ihe day will DC a of armv mechan- ized equipment DV 45 officers and men of the Canadian army, who are expected m Blairmore Sunday morning. Several visitors are expected to spend the day m Blair- more, taking a round or two on the local nine-hole golf course, which hai been put in excellent shape. Other visitors will to the streams ar.d brooks around Blair- more and try for of the sporty fish that abound m the lakes and streams. FRENCH INVENTION' The bayonet was named for the city of Eayonne, France, where the j weapon was developed in the 17th century. EATON'S Suggests Orange or Lemonade Syrup Sweetened. Bottle makes about 2 gallons. Bottle 48c CANNED PEARS Aylmer's, Flemish Choice Quality. 1 Q 20-ounce tin JL OC (2 tins for 1 coupon) Chocolate-Flavored SYRUP For ici cream sauce or cto- coJate milk. Sweetened. 15-oz. jar Libby's Boiled Dinner Ready to serve. 15 fluid ounce Zuc (2 tokens per tin; Canned Prune Plums Aylmer's. Choice Quality, heavy syrup. for 20-oz. tin (2 tins for 1 coupon) Sandwich Spreads York pork and tonfue. or beef. 3-ounce tins (1 tins per token) Cookies for Picnics Tourist package, assorted PICKLES Dyson's, unsweetened mixed or chow-chow. iS-ounce jar PURE MAPLE SYRUP Quart bottie............... (2 bottles for one coupon) RITZ BISCUITS 2 packages WELCH'S GRAPE JUICE ..........29c 15-oucce bottle PURE ORANGE JUICE 23c MAPLE BUTTER Hardy for picnics! 20-ounce tin..... A delicious spread for bread. 14-ouccc tin r.45c FRUITS For Holiday and Picnics! RED WATERMELON Far.cj- Klondike. Any size cat. 2 pounds RIPE TOiMATOES in Texas, Pound........... SWEET JUICY ORANGES CaliJomia 2 pounds 25c COCOANUTS Fresh and milky. Pouna BRAZIL NUTS New arrivals large Mar.aos. Pound 29c rs 39c From B.C. Poucrl HEAD LETTUCE 14c NEW GREEN CABBAGE Pouod Rr VjVr Eaton's "Diamond E" Special Quality Red Label Beef ROLLED PKCVIE RIB pound SIRLOIN" TIP pound CROSS RIB pound 40c ROIP ROASTS. 28c BL.VDE ROASTS, pound BONELESS BRISKET, poucd 25c 23c PORK SAUSAGE, pound O los SAUSAGE COMMERCIAL !bs. SAUSAGE special quality beef, oour'i 25c 25c 21c Bulk Sauerkraut 2 pounds 29c SPICED HAM Lb. 44c TASTY COLD MEATS SLICED BOLOGXA, pound Poultry For Holiday Treats! FRYING CHICKEN, pound 38c YOUNG BOILING FOWL, pound 33c JELLIED BEEF TONGUE, p EATON WCSTETWISJ BRANCH STORE JELLIED PORK TONGUE, pound EXGLISH BKAWX, pound............. 23c 60c 55c 32c Main Flow ;