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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta March 1971 THE LETHERIDCC HERALD 7 Baseball playoffs to take on a footbuU look OMalley suggests a sixdivision By THE ASSOCIATED In July Baseball is feeling expansive1 not that expansive Its considering changing its then invalidated the eon shape in the standingshut it tending she couldnt meet the 1969 Mrs Gera rejot expansion by moving would be involving the pinch for training cefveda contract to umpire in Dodgers from Broukhn to Lns three division winners and NYPenn Piton Angeles in esinc up team with the best nmiierup wont allow a new shape on the who While the male of the species I dragged baseball into one form continued to work himself into shape with another slate of ex hibitions one female member slapped the game with a million damage suit after being rejected as an Later in the American League president Joe Cronin disclosed that the majors are studying a plan to split the American and National leagues into three fourteam he added It has a long way to go and it wont come up Bernice a 39yearold Long Island told a news conference I understand the age limit is Im only Ill keep trying until Im until Im The defendants in the suit filed to New York State Su preme are baseball com missioner Bowie the New YorkPennsylvania Professional Baseball Vincent Mc the league the National Association o Pro fessional Baseball and its Philip the sixdivision a tual carbon copy of ihe National In more conventional Football League alignment Joe Foy cracked a home run for also com mitted mo of the Senators five the fielders literally kicktd in errors that gjw Kansas City Instead of the present single with help when the opposition playoff in each there batters couldnt provide the Roundup of bowling CAUGHT UP IN THEIR 610VESPaul Chretien appears to be looking to referee Sommy luftspring ot help untangle him from Ronald MacEachern during a hectic con frontation at Torontot junior open boxing championships Hamilton wins title Files suit against baseball Lady umpire wants in NEW YORK AP Bern iee Gera files a million suit today against organized baseball in the words of her it has vir tually destroyed her career as a baseball The suit was to be filed in Manhattan Supreme Gera scheduled a news The Mario released a copy of the suit and his prepared remarks in Defendants listed in he do cument are baseball commis sioner Bowie the New YorkPennsylvania P r 0 f e s sional Baseball League and Vincent its and the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues and its Philip a graduate of umpiring contends she has been denied employ ment because shes a SHE STRUCK OUT Biaggi said she took her case to the State Human Rights which he said three times ordered she be but she struck Organized baseball is defi nitely said Inthe joint news conference with Biaggi con tended The constitutional rights of a woman have been This woman is Bern ice the first certified woman basebal Bernice has made baseball her She sleeps and thinks Gera ap plied was at tended and was graduated from baseball umpiring school on July She was hired by baseball on Aug They signed a Then they can celled the She was hired again on July by Vincent president of the New York Pennsylvania League as an But Philip the president of the National Association of Baseball sent her a telegram on July in validating her Belt High River Marlands win Lethbridge Pee Wee Mar lands belted High River twice on the weekend and emerged with the Zone five champion now advance against the winner of Zone The locals came out flying Friday night and won 83 at They travelled to High River and things werent much better for the home club as the Marlands skated to a 94 Scott J a r v i e and Dave Snopek each scored once for the winners while single tons went to Rockie Kevin Keith Miyashiro and Lome Hay with and Jim replied for High Marlands got the nod on two of three minor penalties in the things were a little rougher as Magee scored three High River picked up 15 penalties while the Marlands were guilty of six Miyashiro clupped in with two goals for the Singles went to Dennis Ludwig and Duane Hards notched a pair for High Solo markers went to Gerald Muri and Roy Turp The Hamilton Junior High School Hornets had an excep tionally fine year as they con cluded their 1971 basketball season by winning the City Championship playoffs last Friday nigtft the Hornets edged the Paterson Tigers 3331 to capture the champion ship in two straight In their first encounter the best ofthree the Hornets scored an easy 4830 In order to reach the finals the Hornets eliminated the Wil son Junior High School Warri ors with easy 4232 and 3922 Wilson was tiie only team that blemished the Hornets regular season play record giv ing them their only The Hornets also triumphed it the Parkside Invitational Tournament in Redcliff and the Alexandra Tournament in Medicine Hat and were finalists in the Wilson Basketball Tour nament in CAPRI BOWL MORNING COFFEE June Taylor 216 Pat Plomp 226 Beth Kokoski Mary Ward 274 Dorothy Hunter 268 ONE MARTINIZINS Masa Goshlnmon 313 Isabel Orsten 263 Freda Linn 290 6041 Lorraine Kirchntr J7S Isabelle Bergman 250 Vera Nleholls 244 Bernice Hay 259 Marg Mai comson 248 6401 Kit Myers 268 Pat Plomp 289 Lynne Lengyel 245 GREENS SHOES Erma McGuire 298 Dianne Pedersen 235 Marion Gunk 254 Dena Smith 274 Jeen Christie 264 Hugh Christie 303 John Rempel 320 Jim HIga 308 Jock Mulgrew 306 Abi Enns 299 742 EAGLES Steye Melel 265 VI Price 235 Cyril Barnett 239 Eevlyn Groves 234 Joe Glllett 276 Mary Noss 209 John Schaffer 256 Kathy Ludwig 214 6051 Oscar Ludwig 255 Joyce Mars den GLENDALE BOWL HOUSEWIVES ROLLCFF A DIVISION GAMES Bea Salmon 350 Jean Pas sey 326 Ruby Oseen 306 Judy Harnacfc 273 Sandy tergood 264 Arleen Read 260 Lynne Lengyel 315 Marge Mai comson 258 May Mahe 256 Bernicie Hay 301 B DIVISION Cynthia Mllllgan 280 Mae Pop ma 254 Rita Pearce 238 Joan Billet Dini Lohuis 243 Mari Reid 221 Carolyn Wilde 219 Shirley McLellan 220 Dorothy Olshaski 214 Marilyn Christiansen HOUSEWIVES ROLUOFP A Jean assey 3M Mary Mor com Pat Henderson 297 May Mahe Sigrld Donkin 290 Lynn Lengyel 284 9S9 Bea Sal mon 279 Doreen Wilson 273 Betty Paterson 257 Betty Dl onne B Division Mae Popma 2V9 Dorohy Olshasrl Peggy Forry Carciyn Reid Dorothy Rose fVcLe an Marilyn Christiansen Rita Pearce 229 Ted Teller Conrad Ariod Sam Glrarril Iva Wills Marg Roger Lynde Che5 er Jokuty 301 Jim Yerrada Ethel Kemen 220 Wary ZahryczhK FRIDAY SCHOOLS Garry Lohuis 201 Rick AViclean Bruce Wtlkins 26 Jun Wool Marilyn Sanders Eev Passev Pat Hamtlion GfcuT KroXcsn Bev Salmon Tom Passey Ifil A Eleanor DorigatM i40 Marian Tolley Ev Hunt Gloria Verna Elholt Ken Mel ison 348 Tom Yip 337 Rob Brack 299 Henry Lewicki Rich Cholak SOUTH ALTA PRODUCE Sandy Scatlergood 9S 754 Dot Al ihaskl 34 Jchn Scatlergood 295 Fred Thompson Wally Mlysylt Dledre Bechthold Clarence Tremel Dale Firzsirn nons Bernice Pflvan Mary Mysyk Carol Kempcnear Lydia Dow Jchii Scaltergood Bill Shaver 254 CHINOOK STATIONERS Vera NichollS 285 Donna Wi bowley Conmo Baceda Nina SIndlinger Sandy ScuMergood 236 Jean Mills Peg Forry Bev Harrison Jean Armstrong Jean House Dianl Decatre CHEC John Scatlerqccd 311 RleV Larson 279 Bob Holmes 348 Francis Wright 260 Dot OlShasW 263 Jean Christie 303 Steve Saler Eldon Westllng Slg Dobler Al Doyd Shin Ob Tanaka Al Leavnns 261 HAY AGENCIES Sandy Scattergood 399 Marg Held 271 Ellen King Kay Davison 326 Mary Bogusky Pat Bartlett Flo Nyquist Mary Royals an b2 Chicago Cubs and San Fran cisco Giants combined for seven miscues that resulted in eight unearned runs in their 10inmng an 87 Cab Joe Torre of Louis slammed Ixo rojndnppers to I back up Steve Carltons six shutout innings on the mound as the Cardinals nipped Detroit Ti rs 43 Rich Marales and Carlos May mlth McAutey Eltnaor Peyton Karen Carney 246 SHOPPERS WORLD Pat Leclaire 334 Dena S 313 Sandy Scaltergood 245 712V I Irene Lynde 263 Ruth Cunning Ilton Freda Wlens Dorothy t hit solo jobs for Chicago White Sorenson w Sox in their 33 victory over verenr Ed stanko New York New York Chuck Ober Jeanette Zletfle 222 Ruth Johnson Wendy Kcrth W1IIU Westergreen E Roy Peterson Marv Copland 232 GLENDALE BOWL SENIOR CITIZENS H C Brown 262 Jim Stacey 215 Ed Henry 77 Bunny Malodey 192 Andy Alli son 19B Fred Beard Henry Myers 170 Flo Capeweil Vl Cuell Marg Rasmussen 123 Betty Murtland 196 Sid Jones VASA MIXED Jilda Blank 2SS Jim Eerry Wilt Ness 234 Bob Hanson Bea Hanson 201 Slim Berry 20 Jerry Larson 206 Rick Larson BOISE CASCADE Judy Harnack 265 Merlin Gugsl 213 Galen Halres 249 Rick ddwl Gall Mees 20a Dala Harnack 2011 Pauletta Aensley DOUG5 Sandy Scattergood 363 Dct An derson 307 Jean Passey 244 Judy Harnack 213 pat Plomp 231 Rose Nunweller 247 Dodie Hodges 305 Alme Tolley 229 Irene Lynde 224 Wlebe 298 Boettcher Lll Holt CIVIL SERVICE Ken Swaren 356 Rose Nlcoley 390 Steve Roth 281 Bob Reid 306 Yo Nlshlmura 583 Willie Slegel 296 Lew Mills 228 Charlotte Reid 296 Req Forest er 223 Karlyn Spider June Tay lor 210 Barb Epp 260 WILSON JUNIOR HIGH Jim Chymboryk 245 Murry Kobe 238 Frank Deiner Adetla Bessellng 221 Wendy Sera 148 Rick Niewuendyk 219 Clayton Woo 1 behind homers by Al Weis and Ed and Houson As tros Bob and Doug Hader cracked homers to cniuiter a tlirecrun blast by Cincinnatis Darrell Chaney as the Astros outlasted the Reds 9 K In other Deren John son and Larry Hisle of Philadel phia cracked homers but the Tokyo Giants 12hit outburst and a 12strikeout performance by pitcher Caz Takahasi gave them an 84 romp over the Phil Jim Spencers Chico Ruiz KBI double and Roger Repoz sacrifice fly powered California Angels past Cleve land Indians 32 and San Diego Padres lost a 54 battle to Mil waukee Pat Dobson became the first Baltimore hurler to go seven in nings as the Orioles smothered Boston Red Sox 61 and Mont real Expos topped Atlanta Braves at STORES CANCELLED THIS YEAR BRUSSELS AP The For mula Automobile Grand Prix of Belgium has been cancelled for this the Royal Automobile Club announced The a major European was scheduled for early Maloehe called up from Flint CHICAGO AP Gilles Mal 21yearold goalie from Flint Generals in the Interna tional Hockey was called up by Chicago Black Hawks In Hawks National Hockey League training camp last fall after being picked up in the am ateur he will back up reg ular goalie Tony Discrimination charged Disband hockey league CALGARY CP The five team Bow Valley Hockey League has disbanded because of friction between Indian and white Central Furnace Air Conditioning Carrier Built To last and have a beautiful summer the famous round one made onlv bv Carrier Model Was AUTHORIZED DEALERS 749 PLUS INTALLATION FEDORS REFRIGERATION 2214 43rcl Phone 3275816 SHEET METAL 1709 2nd Phone 3285973 The Indian boys feel there is racial discrimination at work against them said a spokes man for the Toma a team from Morley on the Stony just west of Allan sec retary treasurer of the league and a member of the Spring bank said today The3re hollering discrimin but you just try to work with them and youll find out who discriminates against They discriminate against Hie white guys more than we do against the Disagreement arose after a playoff game between the Tom ahawks and a team from Coch The players are in the 18 and over age Indians complained the ref eree did not consult with the goal judge concerning a pro tested and that when the game ended in a the referee called for a sudden death overtime when it should been a 10miniite When the Tomahawks lodged a protest less than 48 hours after lie league officials upheld the Indian complaint and called for another Then the Coclirane team lodged a protest against the and league officials changed their stand and sup ported Cochranc league officials hen refused to consider a protest tigainst the protest against the ANOTHBR WHEEL ALIGNMENT Indian players the league was dis banded and funds were divided among the No official reason for disbanding was made Theres something thats not working properly here and we dont like it at said Law rsnce recreation di rector for Stony He said the Tomahawks are going to hire a lawyer to sort the situation out according to Canadian Amateur Hockey Association Two of the five teams are from and one each from Springbank and Get a professional job by Firestone Riding System We adjust and toein using the latest precision Phone now for an appointment Only 77 Torsion bar adjustment extra Dahlgren wins Winnipeg event Jay Dahlgren turned in an other fine performance for the University of Lethbridge Track and Field Club on the weekend Competing In the Canadian University finals in Winnipeg Dahlgren won the shot put event with a toss of Earlier in the year she won the western Canada shot put title with a toss of 45 along with some 10 other members of the Leth bridge Track and Field will travel to Calgary this weekend to compete in an in door meet DLC100 RETREADS 2 NO MONEY DOWN Just Say CHARGE IT Wed remove yw Corner 3rd and 8th Phone 3278548 OPEN DAILY 8 TO Open a Firestona Budget Account or use ;