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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1946 OUT ON A! LIMB! LOWMEK FEXW1CK Safeway Royals Edge Out Generals a sudden rally ia the last _. j inning, which, they did not The neiircprmt shortage et al has bother to complete. Safeway Royals HOLIDAY TENNIS DRAWS tsiseball-fan readers up on batting j 7-6 at the Henderson Fastball Stad- 3 lite aiium Friday in a game that vas jt good little Eamantan. we're going jpacfce-i with ezatcmeut for the 5 to you the latest we have fans. hand regarcmg your faionte play-l Last to bat. and trailing 6-4 al ter iiOXDA Y Following are the tennis tour- naaxettj for Sunday zed Mon- dav as arranges! Jftiday evening: SUNDAY 1 Anderson TS. W. Cousi- vs. C. vs Ida ers. Swne of these may come as a a closely ioughs. eight and a haif rude shock. i xnnmgs, the Salev.-ay ieaai goi ta-o -If on bases when Merriek ana ilar- In the National League findsyancik scored hits. Coleen Peter- tliat such top-notch stars of yes- (son, star of the game, was tc{ teryear as Slaughter of St. 'Lams, I oat. Stepping into the bail with t, Kerman of just traded to 5 lusty she gave the speeding i and Walker Ccoper of New ?iii a million-dollar clout and seor- Yosk Giants are doing auite aalser- ed a four-bagger, chasing home the Wiener of Lev; and Kas- j nij._cousineau and Bass vs. I. and E. are asked 'o be oui a sjjhdav and ilondav'to ciseck draw sheets for any farther 4> VA iW v v ,_ you can see that or snmethins total of three runs. Scott. -is iiowrng them up" larai auti Semenzen scored one r aaLUCLll I run for the Generals. i However, there are a number of i the Royals. Sanche was also] McAriht HERALCI SPORTS PAGE Room and National Leaguers who are hitting outstanding player, bringing in very well, thank vou. Dixie Walker. runs one of them a homer. the the RoyaLuade Generals, league lead- here, and Buttons. second place men's team, will have outside competition .over the holi- dav weekend when teams from Calgarv and Medicine Hat will the city to play double- Cubs, did very well at the beginning J of the season, but a slump has' brought his average down to .304.: which to the uninitiated means] Arc we boring you? Other National averages which tnfsht interest you are as follows: Kurowski. St. Ijouis J320: Musial St. Louis 355: Reese. Brooklyn .303: Green. .235: Mi2e, PHEASANTS TO BE RELEASED IX MANITOBA WINNIPEG, June Holmes. Boston ___ ___ ___ Yor'-t McConnick. Philadelphia Manitoba department of mines and j ginning at 7 '30 .283; Stanky. Brooklvn Seiner, natural resources announced Friday 1 _ 'I Hut ions wsl! clash twice le Calgary Army and Navy club, a highly-rated cow town ieam. when i day. McArihur Generals will meet ihe i Medicine Hat Legionnaires in s. I doubleheader on Dominies Day. I All games trill be played at Henderson FasibslI Stadium, the afternoon alts commencing at i and the evening games be- GO WOW. LEANISRr' TO GJVW A SARSSCOED BUT "SOUR !NVnK TOHCMSCOOSCSSG Wiffiams Dkely To Lead Amerk Loop "Big Four" By JOB KSICKLSH. (Associated Press Spurs Teddy Williasiss. gea- ersIijT acclairaecl as one of the tisae fcittiEg greats, appears on the way to "oeccsae tbe- firs; player ever to lead ihe can League m me "Big fieparEdent oattiSf. aosae rues. runs an and sota; bases is. years. Not even WHIiams-" immoral pre- decessors, Babe iffj. Gehn? ard Jtecasy roxx. could accomplish iJsa; feat. asd Fcxx made Jhe grand slas juss Ruth to do it ac all Coltiza- bia Lesi finished 03 top in all de- t psrizenis ir: 1S54. one year after Foxx it, Ruth OJlw 1324. the only ie led the, Golf Tourney Opens On Sunday rn Alberta gc4fers nanl Sunday, 10 tioeir registraaoa if the? to take part the Scrcisem Alberta iia golfiag erees ssaged a; the bridgs Golf Club's Headersoa take ecurse. The tournament nail cca-. tinus Sunday apsi Mosday. Raports se3l that the course !s hi aiticn azu k srea't included in the list, which i Neepawa and Rapid City, Man..'s I itlC means they're hitting a meagre .250 districts. The birds were" brought! ____---------------- or less. iiif i from a farm in Wisconsin. i NEW YORK. June 29.- cat Bob Montgomery held onto his -ffered those or less. Tut, tut! respectable although such greats as Joe DiMaggio. Dick Wakefield. Hank Greenberg, Bill Dickey and world lishtweight championship on Fnday night by aatiening Allie Stolz in th- 13th round cf a 15- If you are wonted about pitching, rounder in Madison Square Gaiden. to I bus only after the early-haired New records you u-m be interested with all of which are "lousy" that there are five who or more games, but none in the j ring. Montgomery weighed National. Newhouser. with 13. Per- j Stolz the Jerseyaa had put up one of ten gamest stands ever seen in the any VSB CLUB The Ls-tr Club has vei the us cc--' Osii bers not inking ptrt in the Southern Alberta Golf Tournament uiincg the period tha; the tournament is being played at .the Leth- bridge Golf dab's Hender- son Lake course. The visit- rcg golfers be only to ray the usual green fees. HOLIDAY SPORTS DIET v "iem- riss with 11, Feller with 12. Chand- seem to be Higbe cf Brooklyn who and butcer. At the top of the American loop you find Ted Williams with a nice average, Charley Keller with a Pinky Higgins with 313. and Dominic DiMaggio with a verr spcctable 341. Former batting champ Luke Appling is hitting Eudy Tork has a measly .288 and only eignt home runs to his credit- Cecil Travis has a .279: and Wallv another great hitter of the 1930s, has a weak .266. But Frank Crosettt is setting the league oil with a .300 average, about .050 has won seven games without !os- i ins a one. Passeau of Chicago has] a 6-2 record; Mort Cooper of Bos- ton has a 6-4 average; and vener- i able old Schoolfc-oy Howe has won si-? while losing three for Phila- delphia. For resWers who don't give a tch- tch about baseball, we are soi-ry we i demoted so much tune on such seem- i ingly unimportant things as batting and pitching averages, but you'd be i Last game of the Junior League fastball playoffs win be played at the Henderson Fast- ball Stadium commencing at pjn. Teams plavin? off for the championship are the Xo. 3 Dodders, sponsored by Blenncr- Hassett and Smith, and the Co- lumbus Club Shastas. Each team has won one fame, and tonight's tUt will tell the tale. MOON'S MIGHT The tide-producing power of the surprised how, excited your "baseball j moon upon the earthrs ocfians is friends get about them twice that of the sun. Three Holiday Baseball Games I-5cal baseball iara wia have opporronity ol seeing Three games in the cliv over sne Holiday week- end, all o? them top QUaUiy con- tests. Colusobus Clao Juniors will be the active local cl-ib and they will be playing cie game on Sun- day and then a the Dominion Day i. '-.-ay's eames will be -ely club. All games are jt_r-.uaied to be held a; the dianaoad. The Sunday game agams! the Ray- mond Juniors at DJn, whilt5 Mf'-JSF'a tilts against Stavely for and pjn.__________ Rfeidenis of Lethbridse will have the opportunity of washing or participating in a 'vide variety of over the IXsninlon Oay holiday. 'fhe annual Southern Alberta Golf Tournament will get under- way on Sunday, continuing over the two days. The City Tennis Tournament, which opens today. Saturday, will continue throughout the two-day hohdar. Three junior bsueball ganies wiU be played at Adams Park, one on Sunday, commencing at p_ai.: and two oa Monday, starting at- pjn. and p.m. Sunday's game wUl be played against the' Raymond while Mondays, games will feature the Stavelv club. Two coublehesiler fastball games will be played at the Henderson! Fastball Stadium over Sunday and j Monday. The games wUl start at 1 pjn. and 6'30 pjn. Huttons will tangle with the Calgary Army and Navy men's tears on Sundav. while the McArthur Generals iiil meet the Medicine Ha; Legion- naires oa Monday. RAYMOND'S 43rd ANNUAL STAMPEDE RACE MEET MONDAY TUESDAY JULY MONDAY MORNING MAMMOTH PARADE BANDS, CLOWNS, FLOATS, COWBOYS, COWGIRLS, INDIANS, OLD TIMERS TUESDAY MORNING Track Meet 7 GOOD RACES EACH DAY Don't miss Day Derby The Race of the -South 9 Stampede Events Daily BRONC RIDING, STEER RIDING, CALF ROPING, WILD STEER Dr.CORATING WILD HORSE RACE, CHUCK WAGON RACE, ETC. CLARK LUND, ARENA DIRECTOR 1.30 DAILY EACH NIGHT DANCING ON THE SECOND WARD AIR OKCH. All Raymond Invites You to and Enjoy Yourself The names of Uiose u-ho contributed to help make this derby a success are as Ra-.Kionc Bake Shop, Meat Market, Rajir.ond Mercantile. Hall's" Barber Shop, Service "store, Rsvl ir.ond Cleaners, Club Cafe, American Cafe. Ar.cerson Plumbing. Coffee Bacon's iiard's, Korvath Shoe Shop, PiaU Purr.nure. Rajtr.ond Cartage. Ban's of Montreal. H. T. Graharo. Rav- mond Massey Hams. RomeriU Supply Centre. Woonworks. Lawson ar.d Egg Grading Station, Dr. Xewlove, dental; Hancock Dajnes. IK. Walfeer, :.Iehew Blacksmith Shop. H. H. RaJph Transport. Kwg Motors, Cope and Wilde Or us Store. Raymond Recorder, store. Suaar Bowl. Layne's Beauty Shoppe, Rayir.or.d John Deere. Treasury Branch staff, 1Mb" i rv Siauon, Bums' Footwear. Siar Pool HaU. 5. 3. Card and Sous. york Cafe. Vaive's Barber Sh--p "tv Ctah Cafe, Maryarna Pool hall. Theatre. Froioir.'s Jevs eiry. Lil s Beauty Stv> _ 'Jolchi tors. Semce. R.iymor.d Farm A and T. Sugar Cuv y.c'yi r K. F ar.o Sons, Gamer Service Station, Mo- Roberts Plan to Attend Southern Alberta's Pioneer Stampede INTO MCTUEt MACHTXES IN BRTTAIX LONT ON. June British bettors tossed 170 racisg days last year, the sn-, nuai report of the race course bet-! ting control beard disclosed Friday, j odcou cbening oaol bard osciltnse the exclusive pair insusz oui in one department the :-ear before. 10 cciae oniy the srcth leaguer to clean up is aU toir ceoartnjeins in the same season. Rogers Koms- by Chuck Kleia asd Joe Med'srtck did it the National League. The clc-jan? kid 'rasa Boston hit his 20th home nin yesterday to a-resi the leadership frssi Detroit's Hasifc Greeriberg a.- the league-lead- ing Sox routed Washington Senators 12-1. Kis t-sro runs batted in also gave his; the leadership in that department over Bobby Doerr. 62 to 61. He easUy tops ali batsmen ia_total bases wjtfe Z6T and Washington's ifiekey. Vemon. the league's leading hiner, br one point. .356 to -357. Williams' round tnpper and a pair of Taiks. his 73rd and 74th. were merely the icing; the Red Spi' one-sided tnunjph which en- abled them to retain their seves- gaire margin. over the runner-up Key "Tcrk Yankees. who defeated. Philadelphia Athletics. Charley Keller's ITtii home run arita c-ne aboard broke up a tight 1-1 pitching due! h Tsreen Tank's Floyd Sevens and the Athletics' Phil Marchilcoi; to give the Brans' Bombers a 4-1 victory. Brcofclyri's 3 -game National League resiained stasis. quo as the Dodgerr -whipped Boston Braves 3-1 j while the runner-up Sc. Lotus Cardinals jroanced Pittsburgh Pir- ai nighs 5-1- Cnce again vet- eran Dixie Walker provided the big' batting punch for the Brooks as he d-ove in tiro runs -Kith a. double and sincle. Philadelphia Phillies made it 19 victories in 28 games as they eked out a 7-5 decision over New Tork Giants in a 10-inning affair under i the lights, but could not move into-' fifth place as Cincinnati Heds. oc- cupyirig the top berth in the second division, by a half game, defeated j Chicago 4-3, also in a lO-mningj contest. t A pair of homers by catcher Andy Seminick, each with cue mate (3y RAINBOW) These are do? days fcr the Ssher- It appears nearly ail the local nimrods ire away on racauoa or prepaitsg :o go. 3ot. have yoa heard cf Jack Heriderson's experi- ence at North Bend. Oregon, where he spent- hs vacaticn. A nearby lake intrigued his parrr into trying ther: luck, but :hey found the sserch would not get interested ra tbejr A; the roura; camp nearby they procured a shovel irons the dug a nice bunch cf garden hackles, returned the shovel." and as they Trere about to depart, the operator insisted en counting ihc and. if you please, charged them 75 cents doaeri. Jac-t says perch small, sbcus 10 inches, but they were good eating. --ere a the tcld by A. HODGES ELIMINATED IN G" "Baalim oertod. That shoald be ONTARIO TENNIS MATCHES sufficient oieatonal news for this ST. CATHARTNSS. June Son Hodges of aegina, bo-ed sout of so'jtherri Octsno meri's j tennis chaniDionfhiss Fridav nigh; aboard, won for the Phillies. Swhen he arid J. J. Desjardms of A hoae br shortstop Sddle Montreal were beaien in the semi- coaditicn. azuj keea. titlOE :cr aS compeatots a: eenam. Proricled the weather holds fine there should be raniusz the KHirrasieat. one cf tlie season's golfing highlights ia area. Most of ilie scenes classes nslS be played over an 18-hcIe cosirse. Ladies, and senior men over 55 years-cf-age, W33. jlap srre hales. fsr affiliated dab members -artil be S2 for men ard SI for Noa-affUiateti golfers fees win be S3 for the men and for the ladies. "SRH serred !n the dub house from to S as a charge. Miller in the bottom the 10th finals by Jean Marcis of Quebec inning gave the Reds the overtime Ross "Wilson of Si. Catharines. 6-1 nelorr. 17-5. S-4. WATERTON-GLACIER INTERNATIONAL PEACE PARK GOLF TOURNAMENT WATERTON LAKES NATIONAL PARK Sunday and Monday, August 4 5 Entry Fee will be for Men and SL50 for Ladies. GOLFING EVENTS Men's Holes. Senior Men's Ptay (53 TWUS) 9 Ladies' Holes (IS in finals) AU play on the teauaful 18-HoIe Mountain Course on the Elopes of Mr. Crancell. Sveryose sssured of four games of soli. AH Qualifying Rour.cs can be played oa Satwrday, hut must 6e completed by "12 noon Sunday. The latest registration, time is X3Q aon. on Sunday and no ensnes will be accepted after that time. Consolation SvenEs on. Mosday for those eliminated Jroxa main and ccEsolatica flights. Pnzes for wianers and runnes-up of ali flights. SPONSORED BY WATERTON LIONS CLUB Chic Toons Patens SURE, HERS f-'ELP VCXlrSELF IS HE MOWER S3 CXJLJL RAKE S3 ALJ. DONALD Walt Disney Registered US. Patent Office TO THE FLOGS -me SECOND FLCOS'. lit Al Capp MISFORTUNE PURSUES MISS FORTUNE! KANKSES EVEN AT A O-ASS- BUT HOT OUt MSKR- EXCUSE A) SSCS? MAM a few mcntns Miss f PunWla Fcrf-ne. Boston as oday. she is a for'om or her Her debut enccci in a not i parties, orce ranous ?or the c- thc CUISIPC, Have ended m severe nttacfcs of The t-rec tre Atlantic Pact mto Scston harbor, 0.000 hasxisome. jaot tsrs- be a trsit urus-al Boston wno Cnan she can haodie the it jolli; tvnnWe in his be For dirsctlcrts to Cnce the o? Boston society. Miss Fortwj-e is now as ro been Since or n ;he shs vss known s luc'tesr tre BRICK BRADFQRD-And fhe Doctor o! Wanch By WILLIAM RITT and CLARENCE GRAY WKV DCWT YOU ME BASEBALL DOUBLE HEADER COLUMBUS CLUB JUNIORS vs. ST4VELY JUNIORS ADAMS PARK Admission 25c and p.m. Monday, July 1 ;