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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MAY OUT ON A with LOKO1EK FENW1CK Dominoes Lead Senior Hoop Series Assumption College 53-35 HERALD SPORTS PAGE Room and Board by 1 P YOU haven't already heard of j Jorge PasqueL the multi-mil-1 lionaire bachelor Mexican! WINDSOR. Ont.. May up to their reputation of star tack w opened the game tne dealiest shots in basket- w paced the Assumption at- during the regular season. a beautiful; to untouchable major Series. The score about as much trouble as an si- 3 leged, bank account can Before a capacity crowd of 2J200 ssir. jfans she western champions came 1 bounding from behind a 9-3 sirsv knos-n as old "loose j o.uarter deficit to go one up for the OTVEE tax> clubs, con- j second game of the trois. the sto-lt of six others and is Thursday nsght. Both proprietor of all the ball parks in ed a uifle off their game, wish the Mexican Baseball League. passes soing all orer the court and which, is. as you've probably already comparatively few basket shots guessed.'an eight-team league. other words he is a capitalist" However Jorge." as his mother him ohriouslv isn't, satisfied _ wish just owning, In fact- he Mexican makes it no secret that he owning most. STARS Standout star for the Victorians from close in under the From then on the first j was aU Assumption, with counters bv Sovran and an- f ____ Tommy White. Chuck and j ai half I Art Chapman scored for Victoria. J i ASSUMPTION LEADS Assumption clung to their lead in; the second quarter until the mid- way point, when Dominoes started to roll in high gear. Wiih the score 11-6, Baker, who -was held in check in the early stages, sank a long shot and George Andrews hooped a pivot attempt. Jackson and Chuck Chapman counted from close in and the Dominoes were out in 14-11. a lead they never relinquished.', The Windsoriss; found the coast j champions' accuracy in sinking shots f too much of an obstacle over the rest of the route. By the three- series here teams seeni- not. all. U Pi-i-'S established American playing stars, i from Joe DiMaggio to Hp5 Lips j Faize. Kis overtures m tneir oirec- i have caused somewhat of a uail-bitin? spree among major league managers, generally a toucnj money is concerned. was forward Norm Baker who ranled -'n sis goals and completed ffKr joTsl i points. Also in a stellar rele was j quarter mark, with Norm. Baker and Rowe setting the pace, the count had crept up to 27-23. In-the later stages of the game Dominoes seem- ed to coass along to an easy with the Assumption play- Henry Howe, who came off very desirous of a sickbed yesterday and played a lot Ts-here which it, is. "Outlaw" Pasquel, (a rather rude nickname given him by unfriendly American cluo-own- ers) has callously ignorea their nail-buirjg and has earned on his j search for more and better Eng- lish-sceakuis players. So far, nis amnle stack Of greenbacks has f lured more than a. dozen players south of the border, including Mickey Owen, former first-suing backsfc-o of Brooklyn Dodgers, ana Adams, great New York G3anc relief pitcher. The anguisheo. screams and recriminations which have poured forth as a result have been piteous but to no avatL The outlaw has a heart of stone. .11. of thefspark'iir-: game, nruig lour baskets and three foals for an aggregate of 11 points. Starry Gir.o Sovran. Assumption's sharp-shooting forward, stood oat lor the losers with 14 points, made up from goals and two foul shots made gcod. Prcddy Thomas, Negro forward ers visibly tired. The Windsor make a better team expects to showing Thursday when their rangy forward. Bill Coulthard. returns after being OIK of action because of A sore throat. So far, outside of calling Oiem and banning them from further play hi the major leagues for a period of five years, me JUnerican clubs have done nothing much about the runaway stars es- ceot suck their teeth in frustra- tion. Happy Chandfer basebajl commissioner, has maae several pompous statements tne ungrateful fellows and has hintea at dire punishments. Pasquel's an- swer to Chandler was an offer O vear to .become Mexico s commissioner of baseball. HE was crashiBgly Wild Welcome For Teg Monarchs WIXNIPSG. ilay Gleeful wosshippers of the champion Winnipeg Monarchs flocked to the Canadian National Railway station' here Tuesday to shout and cheer their idols home. As the Memorial Cup winners stepped off the plat- form and down into she rotunda of the depot thousands of local fans wens into a frenzy of back-slapping and yelhn; that lasted a full half- hour. First off the train and clutching the much-publicized elephant mas- cot, Betsv, was the veteran trainer. Ed Haverszock, wearing his inevi- table black derby and waving fran- The situation could become very serious. A man who goes around offering star athletes double Oie salaries they are already getting isn't to be sniffed at, especially when you haven't nearly his popu- larity with the income tax .cor lectors. As a matter of fact it that jasre established etars hs-.-en't heen caught; by his bait-. The language or the climate must scare Jorge will keep so he avers, and results in the future will he better money coesnt talk any more. 4t anr rate he is not afraiq. of vaunted power of the American leagues. When told that they con- sidered him an outlaw because he was offering their players bigger salaries, he snorted with indigna- tion. tically to the troup'ed the ob. Behind him master-mind of the A VOICE WlX CHAR IN THE MEAN, UMDCft-THE HIU-, --SHE IS SiHGINS AH AIR CAT -nj4 SPEAK TJHE EARL'S CHATTER. IS OXWSO3S PLUCKY CRIPPLE1 Feller Pitches A No-Hit, No-Run Second Shutout of Season -i- -r Young Baseball Ace CARBONDALE, Pa.. May la-year-oid Eddie Kania has to pitch from a situng position 1 and bat with crutches support but he has developed one of the j ace baseball players of age leagues. His early-season record is 5 an average of nine 3 j game as a pitcher and two Juts for i towed thrw hits in racking up ate third straight decision. Bobbv Feller's no-hit, no-run job! Hay Scarborough turned In C3y JACK 'H- against" New York Yankees winning performance for j dav should still once and aU Use ton, outpointing Ed Lopat of Chi- springtime rumors that Sapid eago, 3-2, with the nelp of Buddy Robert had lost his 3'as: one. Feller, after Hal Newhossser's strikeout championship this ssason, I each contest as -a-as stricken with' 39 scams ir. four games, count- i York. infantile paralysis when :a-o years i ins the 11 he -.vhiffed i old and ge-, aro-and i Cleveland victory the aid of creches. Lewis' tie-breaking double scoriae Al Evans in the seventh. Philadelphia Athletics outscram- bitd St. Louis Sro-sras, 32-8. In a. in yesterday's uild affair in which eight over sa-v action. Hi? season reccrd is 2-2. but Chicago Cubs teceked Eddie's j basehali. araoition so piny he !ost were 3-2 de- Dodgers out of the National I eouMn- be a "e'der or --ea'- o" on if. of a' sitting one hand ball with fair speed. "Then I devaed a way of s'.and- i ing at brace room to lake a good ball." Eddie, of course, can't run the bases. His teammate him when he connects HOCKEY THROUGH FOR YEAR the two i cision to Detroit :n 10 innings and !a 4-2 to Detroit and his i other victcrv slso -ws a shutout. Feller walked five Yanks in ehucX- j ing his second no-hitter, becoming have done the tries in the history of the majors hur.ers. Lau- rence Corcoran of Chicago Cubs and even reach. Floyd Sevens matched Feller.; lead. walking in a run in lltii inning so take a 2-i verdict. Although rain and grounds fcreee postponement o? their gams Tnth Ne-s- York, the idle St. Louis took over first nlace1 by a half-game. A- Cincinnati-Boston series opener also was Trashed oat Pittsburgh broke out -with rurs in the eighth innlnz to snap a l-l tie and 4-1, over delphia PhiUies. Baseball Results End of Ice Hostilities Pleases Most By MEL SUFREf (Canadian Press Staff Writer) VANCOUVER, May a while it didn't look like they'd make it. but the pucksters somehow; I managed to put the hockey season Charlton Favored Win League Honor Charmed. I'm sure. CLUBS SUPERSTITION'S Both the Allan Cup and Memorial S Cup series were good examples of' LONDON. April superstitions in sport. Charlton Athletic holds edge over its two mam "S in I the left field" pavilion stands. The I Tribe ace had a clnse call in j nintrt when an error, sacrifice and 1 an infield out moved Georse Stim- weiss around to third two out. but Charley Keller rolled out to second baseman Ray Mack to lift the suspense and loosen a roar from 37.144 fans. National League 2 I Philadelphia 000 000 5 Pltisbursh 000 000 7 Hughes. Karl and Gables, Haliett and Saikeld, elli. Brooklyn 000 000 010 t I ooo ooo ooi ia Chicago Head. Casev and Anderson; Bor- ____ j DOBSOX GIVES SOX SHUTOUT owr. Kash and ilcCuilough, i Feller's sterling job overshadow-; Boston at Cincinnati. New Tort ed a fine effort by Joe Dobspn of St. Louis, wet grounds. a slight Boston Hed Sox who handed De- rivals in j troifs Hal Newhcuser his first set- Indies A: CateUis 739 931 Commandos 711 863 Chumik 206, Onofry 223, Boiling- son 209. 756 827 827 790 clnS, Coach Walter Monson. Man- ager Pat Lyons and then of players. The genial Monson had nothing but praise for the Toronto crowds and puck sauad. LCSTY IN" EAST "Stepping off this train is very stepping onto the ice at Maple Leaf said Monson. "The j ovations are practically identical." Bill'.- .Tindall, star defenceman j who has-no-sr been on two junior Dominioa championship teams, i J-'-amona chimed in: "Yep. they certainly treated, us right cown east. In fact had to start refusing dinners and parties thrown for us because Radars lAisierites H. George 230. Comets Shamrocks Clark 235, Nilsscn 223. Dodgers Bombers default. Miller 336. Grevhouncis Quims Vaselenak 214, Walton 211, ton 213. 771 S13 823 791 921 811 649 717 Canadians 873 Wines 544 Ward 239, Go'.vin 210. Grenadiers 315 Hits and ilisses 799 Larson 201. 803 665 7S6 741 Bsr- 932 855 337 776 826 897 218, Chapman 204, Smeed E.......... 698 778 902 it was beginnJbg to tell a little on the boys." Ladies C: Jokers 935 1059 Zeros 795 743 American League have seen was a North America amateur senior series before then- Vancouver Canucks. U.3. amateur champions, and Allan Cup winners. Calgary Stampeders. apparently gave out before j the Calgary Stampsders series. On the other hand, maybe rhe; crystal gazers can see The Canadian kings felt they nad i cup however, because have" BOSTOK. April Lopal and piisrnandes; "'d surviving three early knockdowns.: borough and 2rans. stylish Tippy Larkin of Garfseld, Cleveland 000 000 "case" stormed from behind to York 000 000 Villa one each. jwindmiil Willie Joyce of Gary. Ind.. Feller and Hayes; Scar- because thev weren'D th-ed. notes that in the first three games, j The team apoarently felt it had by the Stampeders. the west- j missed a chance at 'the coveted erners rode in the sleeping I "Naughton." Tigers meanwhile rode in "Jlight- ingale." On their way to the fourth game at Saskatoon the cars were iwitched. Tigers rode in "Naugh- 7 3 0 2 _ ______ Sevens i for the junior welterweight "boxing Dickey. championship last night before 000 3 I I Boston......012 000 3 O Xewhouser and Richards; Dobeott the j Canadian laurels because o Pacific coast league playoffs. In addition, the boys resented the feeling in prairie circles that they wouldn't have much of a chance against the Stamps. Heppell 203. Clemis 200. Hunt 225, is make them and Chandler their knees to tude." come to nie on explain their atti- BIG AUSSIE PLANS FOR OLYMPIC SWIM As the boys passed onto a stage set up in the rotunda to be incro- j duced to the crowd, the roof of the station was literally lifted as cheer after cheer rang out. However, the crowning moment came when "'Galloping" George Robertson, the boy who accounted for thR Moa-- archs' two winning tallies in the last game troiied in front of the mike. The master of ceremonies. Abbie Goo, president of the aLAILA.. just got as far as "and here is------" when the yelling broke loose and continued for more than 10 minutes. Welcome home speeches were given by F. W. McWiliiams. lieuten- ant governor of Manitoba and Mayor Garnet Coulter. Wilson 2S6. Semeniuk 204. Australia, April 30.- hopes to gain a place among the world's water powers in the 1943 Olympic Games in Lon- don. Her hopes are based on plans of the Australian Swimming Union for the training of possible Olympic competitors. The union's scheme for develop- ment of what it hopes will be Olympic champions includes a year training plan for possible team representatives, importation of a coach from the United States and of leading American swimmers. Thirty-four men and women have been selected to take the course which begins in July. TWO TEAKS TRAINING During the two-year training period, the swimmers will do each year three months' calisthenics, three months' of baths training and tvo months of actual racing, ror four months they will rest. They forego participation in other sports. The Union Olympic committee receive progress reports on each swimmer and if any shows laxity, he or she will be dropped. To" give the swimmers the best nossible coach, the Union is asking the federal government for a grant toward the cost of bring- 'Pegs By 30-23 653 Ops............... 626 Houssnga 209. Smith 213. 823 622 722 75S 854 653 Telephone Girls........ 797 Kitsbn Kids 736 Patching 162. Eagles -779 Anameos.............. 75S Stewart 190. Woclworths 515 437 Safeways default to "Woclworths. Tonight's Games pjn. Manle Leafs vs. Grads, 2-3. Gazelles vs. Rockets. 4-5. The Pegs vs. Patnsimos, 7-8. Bank of Commerce vs. Bank of Montreal, 9-10. T.BJD. vs. Gang Busters, 1-6. Thursday Games pjn. Sick's Brewerv vs. Beny Chevro- let. Botrtadrome vs. Bankers. T.C.A. vs. Elks. 1 Pyramid Motor Sales vs. Kirk's Tire Shop. pan. 77 Service Station vs. Hook Signs. Fruett's Studio vs. Lethbridge Ho- tel. Arcade vs. Mihaiiks Grocery. Jeeps vs. Catelli Food Products. Gym Display At T Colorful Marching drills, judo exhibitions, tumbling acts were pan; of an inter- esting gymnastic display staged in the Y.M.C.A. gymnasium Monday evening uncer the direction of Miss June.Emerson, girls' work secretary. Close to 150 parents and friends watched the colorful opening drill in which the beginners and junior girls demonstrated what they couid do. The wand drill staged by the busi- ness girls' class was also well re- ceived as was the special dancing number nresented under the direc- tion of Mrs. Joyce Hill and Miss Jean Robinson, George Patey and Frank Olojof paricipaing. Taking part in the judo exhibition were: Toni Biron, Margaret McColl. Mar- jory Rannard, Pat rynn. Bobbie Harris and George Solosky. "WlKTNiPSG. May ver Eedlunds. queens of Canadian I basketball for the Isst four years, vanquished Winnipeg "Pegs "30-23 here last rJght in "the second game j I...." of a best-qf-five senes for the west- OrCKy ern Canada women's senior crown DJL-, and took a 2-0 lead in the series. ViOin in DIRe The third garr.e will be played' here tonight ?.nd the remainder" of the series, if necessarv will follow on Heclunds took the opener 42-17 without dif- ficulty. The brilliant British Columbia tram which lost or.h- one frame 5n its elimination of the Alberta and Saskatchewan champions, held s. 15-9 edge at half time. Sports Roundup CBr HUGH FULLSRTON JR.) NEW YORiC. April Bruce Drake, Oklahoma basketball and golf coach, claims Andy Anderson, husky 190-pound freshman, can drive as far as the best of the ?ros. "I gave him three new golf balls before one of our matches." says Drake. "When he brought them in thev looked like eggs." Bruce had belter eec that guy off the team until the golf ball shortage is over. CHICAGO. May ings were but slightly changed to- night as the 43rd international six- day bike race at the Coliseum near- ed the 48-hour mark. The only change occurred when the team of Torchy Peden of Vic- toria, and Jerry Rodmsn picked UP two laps to move from third place to a tie for second with Bill Jacoby and Tacky Yaccino at 163 points. TODAY'S GfEST STAR James A. Murohy. Canton. Bis. Daily Ledger: "The proposed base- idea might be all right for pitchers, since they are the only players club owners want to see coming through with strikes." British Golfing Body Retains Small Ball Wfld Bidding For Racing Track BOSTON. May at least six grouos qualified bv the posting of sioo.000 caraf-pc cheques. Club of St. Andrews, rule-makiru; of toward tne cost. 01 onus- a wild flurry of bidding in 'he body for ail British golfers, decided ing an American coach to the coun- lions apoeared aaoirec for Tuesday night to retain the small- jn-. cotsrt-ofderfd auction of -j-c con- sized ball for at least turea more Under the training plan, officials trolling interest ii Suffolk years. espect the selected swimmers to Downs horse trr-cs. 1 The C5ub rejected a suggestion, reach certain standard times by One of the respective bidders, I strongly by former min- 1948.: These standards 1 William B. Kvr.s of Francisco, j istcr of production. Oliver sfe well outside 1946 Australian j general of the Mea- to adopt the American I.63-inch- dows track ir a- d Port- I diameter instead of its present land Meadows, nr.w unricr 1.62-inch-diameter pellet. Both balls 'ion in Creeori. jr.dicase'r >u will- i 1.62 ounces. to bid almos; three mil- on." and scored their only victory of the series. VEAT GOLFERS Three aces: Holes-in-one are becoming what Southampton 4: Derby County 2. West Ham. 3: Fulhain 5. Wolverhampton 1: Plvm o u t h Argyle 1. Leagrue North Eolton Wanderers 1; Liverpool 0. HOLDOTJT SIGNS JTANTICOKH. Pa.. April Gray, one-anned outfielder i who has been a holdout from. Toledo in Boston Garden. While moving into that title' stake only when boxuig j is escaped sev- era! knockout traps with speedy j footwork and efficient left jabbing l and outlasted the Indiana negro! with his superior sense of pacing i Buffalo.....OOO 000 i over the 12 rounds. Syracuse 001 013 International a SWISS BEAT SCOTS i Houtieman and Tabacheck; rist and Just- Only game scheduled. might almost be called common-j of the American Association, an- place for Bill Mawhinney. who re- nourced ilondar he had come to; dropped his third in the iPStijenriF and would ;oin the Mudbens i few years. smmediatciy. He "declined to reveal But to make the story more im- j terms of his contract. Gray was! pressive BUI is only 17 years old Isold to Toledr- last- winter after one i-> and three aces is probably a record j year with St. Louis Browns of the for a civoter of his age. American League. AYS. Scotland. April Davos hockey- club of Swiraerland Isst. nicht downed a representative Scottish team 7-3 in the opening game of a tour. American St Paul 3. Minneapolis 5. Indianapolis 9. Louisville 3.. Pacific Coast Los AnBEles 3. San Francisco 4. Seattle i. Portland 3. San Diego 1, Sacramento BLONDIE SOMEBODY'S TRAVELLING ON A DUE BILL! Registered G.5. Patent Office By Chic Young i! THESES A PRcTTY POSTCARD VCU BILLS' BILLS.' ALL YOU BRING ME IS BAD J DONALD DUCK "PAY Registered tJJS. Patent Office By Walt Disney REFEFKEES 105TH GAME TORONTO, April eree George Hayes of IngersoH Ont.. figures he has seen enough hockey "at least until next autumn. The Memorial Cuo thriller here Saturday was the 105th contest in which he officiated this season in travelling approximately 20.000 miles. ST. Scotland Mav 1. Hayes, considered one of the too Rova! and Ancient Golf j amateur referees in Canada, can mull over three osfers for next sea- son from the American Hockey League, the Pacific Hockey League and the United States Hockey Lea- gue. Ke operated in the A-H.Ii. irir.g the 1944-45 season. VcAH? I'LL SET t CAM TELL OCCUFJSCTICNS OF PiKST THAT PASS H5KE.' OCCUPATION ATA6LAMCE championship times. SPORTS SERVICE LEAGUE DISBANDING i aor, t that nrir0 The pays SSBin.OOn which ex- BCSTOX. it fo Remember -After ij'dirs.i j ffcik TORONTO, April Sports Service Leajrue which ex- BCSTOX. 1.- per.ded more than S100.000 in pro- ?v.ut '2 minutes viding sports competitSon and equip- j John C. waJth -merit for members of the armed ser- j importer, today acquired -vices curing: the war jears will the contrclHrp interest :r, band at a farewell banquet here DOTTSS. eastern racing avocistior.. tonight. for _- As a parting gesture the league j The sale is subject distribute cheques for S6.950 to ecun Friday "the Amputations Fund. S3.G03 to Pampas reiu'ed to b" ac- 'a bowlins; irresn at the j in :he de.-.] for Military Hospital cent of the v.ith C. "fJ.SCO to the Baron Byng of i Helis, wealthy horse- Canadian Legion and to t F.nrt J. Arthur New "the 30th Pfttten.' team. i York broker. The SS-L. organised in 1939. nro- Ticed sports ecuioment to camns in UTTTOW PRAfTICE every provinc? and to units over- j Kuttnn's wiii hold a r-rac- It -R-as tha first services cr- j on barracks grounds at p.m. tonight. fBv The Canadian Press) The" British government, re- fused to allow a soccer team from Russia to tour England 15 years ago today. The Home Secretary told the Hou-e of Commons sporting organizations of the Communist Internationale had laid a defin- ite propaganda program for Russia sports unions. The Mos- cow Dynamos club visited Bri- tain last winter, however, and emerged undefeated in four starts with two victories and two craws. SETS WORLD RECORD ARCADIA. Calif.. April world record for two- year-old pacers at a half-mile was at Santa Anita Monday as Old Granddad, owned by J. A, N'eville of Delaware. Ohio, stepped the four foriongs in u. The former mark of was held jointly by several juveniles. LJ'L ABNER HER DREAMS ARE GETTING BETTER ALL THE TIME By Al Capp TCl'U ABKER HAS VTTKOUT SO MUCH AS A GLANCE: AT THE. BACK MAX iS G1TTIN ALL TH' AW DREAMS FfM M THIS AH'S SMACK iWTO TH' FBONT --.OPEL NC WAKES KE" a. SADDEN STOP MIGHT HAVE: AWAKENED HER SHE BEEM KNOCKED iLV UKiCONSOOUS .V j PEDF.X-RODMAX IJEAD CHICAGO. AoriJ i j Peden nf Vancouver and Jerry Rod- man held a 15-oomt lead last nicht in the United States' first post-war 1 six-dav bike race after completion' of 23! miles and 11 iaps on the Coli- seum saucer. grind is now in its second day. Twenty-three were pasted in less than 24 hours as the riders aopeared to be exper- ienc'.ng difficulty with synthetic tires. BRICK BRADFORD-And the Queen of CHAMP DEFENDS TITLE CH i SUED FOR DIVORCE to receive a war charter vjroin the federal government. PRACTICE Woolworth girls' fastball team hold a practice at the Fourth -Jlvenue barracks diamond at p.m-i tonight, Wednesday. EWSPAPEfi EATOVS PRACTICE Efitorr Girls' LOS ANGELES May Cool, j GARY, IRQ., May stalking Ike Wiluams of Trenton, i Zale. middleweignt boxin? JNJ. N.BA. lishtweight champion, champion, was charged with cruelty i successfully defended his title last, in a divorce suit filed here Tues- will I night by scoring a technical knock- in a divorce suit filed here Tues day in which Mrs. Zale asked OlrlS WIU lllgnt y> ftCOrtliS liei.v Hi wi.ii.ii hoM a cractice at The Fourth Av- I out over challenger Enrique Bolar.os i 001) alimony and S500 monthly for IV enue diamond on foti- of Durango. Mexico, in two min- j support of mencins> at p.m. AH thcsp in- utes 32 seconds of the eighth round daughters, terested are requested to turt out. of their scheduled 15-round bout. May S. and two small Hearing was set for !'D PERT TO LEAD A NORMAL LIFE CM EARTH- SHE LEFT BUT AM Si.Q YOU'D LIKE PEST TO RcTURM TO By WILLIAM and CLARENCE GRAY THAT'S WHY, SIR, WE PLANNED TO 5US6E5T5KE RETURK NEWSPAPER! ;