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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MAY HERALD SPORTS PAGE NINE OUT ON A WIJ A LIMB with tORIMEB. FEXWICK V League Prexy Hints We're Cinches LOCALS ALMOST SURE OF HOCKEY LEAGUE ADMITTANCE Longden OnLefthanded Deal Onu Favored Cards uUf wUIIH 4 Games to Southpaw Pitchers Room and Board THERE seems no doubt whatso- ever that JLjethtoridge will be playing in a league next sin- ter -niiii Calgary, Edmonton, Re- Senior League rica, Saskatoon and possibly Moose WJjHe D. P. McDonald. presr of the Western Senior wouldn't; commit hj.tr.5elf too much. when we talked with him over the phone, he did give a decided im- pression thai wiPwere in, All ihat it needed now is official confirma- tion. So let's ges going boys before the good players are gobbled "I think it most likely that Leth- and Calgary, of last year's four- bridge iirili be invited "to join the team Soon, that thev Wesiem Canada Senior League.' asserted the league's president. D. P. MeDesald of Calgary in an tater- yiear with the Herald .yesterday. He added ihat he iras very glad to hear the news of Leshbridge's re-entry into senior hockey. Some time this month meeting team loop, have indicated that they nil! ice teams again next year. Sas- katoon is also expected to enter a club. News ihat Emi! Sick, chairman of Sick's Breweries Ltd.. had promised to back a senior club In the city next winter, provided admission to a good league could be obtained. vp! Mr. McDonald, who is a lawyer In his spare time, seemed quite McDonald pleased ia fact tickled, with the news that Sick had seen fit of the league will be held and caused much excitement yesterday of the proposed Lethbridge amors? hockpv fans and Indicated Brewery sponsored club will be ask- ed to auena it. There seems no doubt, thai Uiey will be invited to said that the league is most anxious to have ai to sponsor a Leshbricge team. Not only will a local aggregation in- crease interest in the league, espe- cially in -Calgary, bus he thinks that expenses for individual clubs will be cut down. With a five-team league, clubs will only have to trav- el the complete circuit four or five 1 times to complete a. 40-game sche- dule. With a four-team league the circuit would, have to be journeyed at least six times to fill out 40 games. This will be welcome news to club owners. least live teams as members for next season. So far Regina. Edaion- among hockey fans and indicated that the coied Lethbridge hockey fever was still alive. Many questions were heard asked abouj such things as season tickets, coaches and play- ers. These questions may be an- swered within jhe next few weeks, as soon as more information be- comes available. ft plans for materialize, we a local sextet can count on home games at least, not counting playoffs. The league will nrobably commence its schedule the first Saturday in November and end regular plav by the first of March. This according to Mr. McDonald. We also asked him about alleged plans to professionalize the western loop. He didn't think such talk would materialize. Period. So now that we have a sponsor for our team and in all probability a. league In which to play, we can all start saving our shekels for the Inevitable season rickets. Undoubt- edly prices will be a bit higher than they used to be, and that is only natural as prices for everything are up. Aaywsy rinks in Cslgarr and Edmonton have al- ways charged more for their games than we have. In other words, fans can expect a boost in prices. We predict It.- Forsooth. Mixed Two-BaD Foursome Planned For Sunday; At Country Club 75 Golfers Participating A mixed two-baH foursome with about 75 golfers narticipating will be held this Sunday. May 5. at the Leihbridge Country Club, the com- petition commencing at Golfers, whose names appear be- low, are urged to be at the Country Club in plenty of time, in order not to held up other foursomes. Players Howe: J. H._ Fooks. Miss whose names do not apoear on the list will be able to enter the com- petition if they wish to do so by spuearance at the course before the first match begins. The first match will tee off at the balance will start at ap- proximately five-minute intervals. Following !s the draw: John Forrest. Madeline Roy; Phil Kirkham. Shirley Johnston; Don Roy, Isabel deadening: Ike David- son, Betty Wylie; Garth Pilling, Marg Johnston; Geo. Wylie, Dorothy Fooks; H. Mucklow, Mrs. Fogal; Harry Baalim. Mrs. H. Long: Walt Murphy, Mrs. Wylie; Don Kirkham. Erma Erb; Bob jFtogal. Mrs. Gordon Rutten. Mrs. F. King; Jim Freel. Mrs. Van Vogt: Don Wilson, Mrs. Don Kirkham; J. Willie. Dor- othy Swansesky; R. Griffin, Mrs. Schmaltz; Staff O'Reilly. Mrs. Eric Welch: H. G. Long, Mrs. Dr. Csirns. Mrs. Foirest; Dr. Schmaltz. Mrs. Pilling: Dr. Spade- man. Jaaet Larson: Fred King, Mrs. Arnold; Frank Bond. Mrs. J. Willie; Dr. Arnold. Mrs. Devereau; Norm Fooks. Miss Nancy Rice; Tom Pon- ech. Miss Balderson; Ken McKenzie, Mrs. Bond; Ira Van Vogt. Mrs. Ted Forster; Mel Erb. Mrs. W. Murphy: Bob McNally. Miss A. Tanner; Bob Powers. Mrs. MaeTarish; Angus Sutherland, Mrs. Spackman; Roy Meredith. Mrs. L. A. Roy: Eric Howe, Mrs. Welch: Jack MacTavish. Mrs. Powers; Ted Forster. Miss Larson. The problem of getting players will be the toughest one to crack. A few weeks ago we remarked that the Hamilton Tigers had warned all prospective senior hockey towns to get out early in the rear, with their wallets bulging, if they in- tended to round up any sore of a winning team. Senior players art scarce and in great demand. We repeat- If vou want a good team. get- after the plavers now. Don't let another club sign ujx someone you wanted just because you were slow on. the draw. In a very short time, we fervently hope, more informatioti will_ be aVailable. "We expect any day now---------------------- to get news about some of the j Byron Nelson and Richard Burton, players (a couple of beauties have the British open champ to be alreadv been and cer- played hi the States Bob Kirk- talnly "about the choice of coach. patrick will soon be back la town probably for good goodie! he played hockey for Kansas City last winter Wee Admiral, the Canadian Derby hopeful, will not run this Saturday if the track is muddy or soft... he has demon- strated that he Is a disgusting mudder The Derby broadcast only lasts about five minutes, but for sheer excitement you can't heat; Financial Report Of CJLHA Presented At Annual Meeting Outlay, VANCOUVER. May tine financial and registration re- ports were presented as the Cana- dian Amateur Hockey Association's annual meeting got under way Thursday and the decks were cleared for policV discussions later. W. A. Hewitt of Toronto, treasur- er and registrar, submitted his an- nual reports. .The financial report for the year Even though it Is May. hockey talk will persist around these parts for some weeks to come. We sure love our hockey. A BIT OF EVERYTHCf G Sick's Capilano Brewinjr Co. has revealed plans for the erectioa of a baseball stadium in Van- couver. The stadium will seat 10.- 000 persons, of them in cover- ed stands so dont be surprised Victoria. Dominoes in their successful jaunt through Western Canada, scored 395 points to 263 to see a Vancouver team entered In for their opponents in six games the Pacific Coast pro league j. Baker with 100. Rowe with 82, The ever-poaular two-ball mixed foursome will he launched this Sunday at the Country Club, events starting sharp at The fast- tall practices, which have been going on for a couple of weeks now. have revealed numerous aeile and and Bnsher Jackson with 55 were high scorers as yet the Domi- noes haven't been beaten Fish- ermen are eagerly awaiting May 15. aren't vou? You can play nine holes of golf or a couple of sets of tennis even If vou start as late as flashy players A bigf golf match but think what you could coming up this month between do if we had daylight saving time. ending Dec. 31 last showed total In- come of and total ex- penditures of Of the total income S44.483.32 was from, the junior alavoffs last year. Speculation regarding future dis- cussions centred on what the dele- gates might decide on future status of two top-ranking senior leagues and western Canada loops what regulations might be adopted for International travels by players. EXPENSES Expenses ia 1945 Included 209.58 for general administration in grants to the branches for the advancement of minor hoc- key. Sl.CGO.OO bonus to finalists which Is to each of the four teams in the national junior and senior finals. The C.A.H.A- also purchased S5.000 In Dominion of Canada bonds and placed dollars in the in- jured plavers fund. A balance of on the year's operation was shown. The C.AJ5JL trust fund now totals S56.359J4. most of which Is in Dom- inion of Canada bonds. The registrars report shows that there were more players re- gistered in the past season than the urevious one or a total of 37.904. Hanson Dowel! of Middleton, N.S. president, re-instated 50 players from the ranks In the 1945-46 season. HiT VVTTK BCW ABOUT A OSt Of OS LOCXSANAKS HSR. GAV- K THOSE BEAUTS P-.K-U? -K7TCW PCXSS. HAS RBSlSTEftS VWTH Kentucky Derby is "rrisiE to southpaw tie IX3TJISVIIXE. KV May j Cardinals so death i Therell be some gooc jockeys nding to keep the Red Birds from wrest- in the 72nd Kentucky Derby j-g peacaas Chi day. but. c2> chances are the crowd will be remembering cnJy one of This is the Derby they could just as well have called ihe Ar- caro Berbv. The astute Italian from hits I Cards one Guats By JOS EE3CHLER i leading Red Sox a 5-4 victory over (Associated Press Sports Writer.) Detroit Tigers and a clean sweep It looked today as if the National i of the three-game series. 'Tex HughsoB. seeking his fourth, monad triumph acd the Sed Sox" in a row. appeared to have the well in hand but blew a 4-0 lead In the eighth and wered had to come so his rescue. Dreisewered was credited with, the victory. New York Yankees clusf: to the Sox heels by trimming Cleveland 8-2 behind eSective nine- 14 Chicago Cubs. this season, eight have worked against St. for four victories. Al- together the Cards have dropoed five gs.axs, only one to a right- hander. latest Sefty to haunt the this would, be his fourth vic- tory. Tie Murphy hit three firsts, scor- ing In 1884. and "91. Earl Sar.de came along to ring bell hopeful, yeS ta Bimh Last Xisht's Results 77 Sen-ice Station. 1209 1098 97S Hook Signs ......1093 916 929 Reg Smeed 224, Willoughby 240. Roy Smeed 279. Coyne 242. Dawson Moscovich 205. Laxton 200. Harvie 207. McDougall 232, Gurr 269. Fnietts Studio ___1203 1198 990 Lethbridge Hotel 1113 1037 1216 Schwalder 266, Muilis 260. Fruetc 282. Radley 254. Macintosh 323, Mc- Crea 245. Arcade..........1145 1008 1000 Miiialik's Grocery 1233 955 Boothinan 246. Freel 257. Dean 245, Mossey 289. Terleski 279, PU1- ing 212, Trenholm 235, Nemes 231, Huculafc 2-M. Jeeps 97210091034 Catelli Food Products 1022 782 1091 Court 240. Rilsy 255, Jones 222, Llewellyn 205, Barnes 211, webcr 277. Godsalve 338. Lein- Sick's Brewery Benv Chevrolet 977 1099 1028 821 1052 1042 Hackman 236. Maryancik 287. Melvin 216, Pederson 223, Hill 355, Reilly 279. Green 226. Bowladrome !001 1145 1242 Bankers..........1102 1073 982 D. Allan 304. Hideout 298. H. Wil- liams 293. Wright 230: Eartland 205. W. Gerdon 213. D. Gordon 241, J. Kellv 284, Verkerk 246. T.C.A............ 890 890 890 Elks ...........1189 1099 882 Jenkins 256. Hunt 222. Price 302, Stewart 288. Pyramid Motors 335 765 S57 Kirk's Tire Shop 972 913 1011 Donaldson 223, Oddie 250. Pitlarz 207. B. Kirk 209, Clunie 20S, Wylis 257. Tonight's Games pjn. Stickers vs. Bombers. SpitSres vs. Robots. Hits and Misses vs. Lusterites. Comets vs. Wings. Cardinals vs. Commandos. pjn, Canadians vs. Catellis. Radars vs. Shamrocks. Dodgers vs. Greyhounds. Grenadiers vs. Quinis. Ciamond E vs. Superiors. Dominoes Smother Assumption 51-37 Straight Win WINDSOR. OatL. May mighty Victoria Dcininoes today were within oae game of the Cana- dian senior basketball title, after rolling up their second straight tri- umph over the Windsor Assumption College squad by a 51-37 count. Last night's victory made Domi- noes favorites to end the best-of- five final in three straight games when the third game is played here Saturday night. Assumption looked much better last night than in the Irst game, but Victoria, neverthe- fiss were on top all the way and con- fident cf ending the series Saturday. It was the stellar marksmanship of the Dominoes on foul shots that paid off. The Dominoes sank 17 ield goals and 17 out of 21 foul trias. In contrast. Assumption, set- ting 13 field goals, were able to sink only 11 of their 22 foul shots. BAKER STARS Norm Baker, tall, blond star of the westerners, was high scorer again las; eight with 18 points. He had Sve Seld goals and was hot on the foul line, netting eight of his cine tries. George Andrews was not far behind, wish 11 points from three Seld goals and live foul sbois. Hank Rovre was East in line for the Dominoes with nine points, includ- ing three field goals. Andrews, apart frota his scoring. was a defensive star of the game. Baseball Results a masterpiece off color smartness Slip Into a Dove Grey suit and you'll agree that Society Brand has developed a masterpiece of color smartness. Rve distinct shades went into its making and the very highest skill was required to achieve the effective color combination Dove Grey offers you. It comes in a fine quality worsted, distinctively styled by Society Brand. UNO MIN AND MfN WHO STAY YOUHO National League 7 1 9 0 Eigbe, Herring and Anderson; Wyse and McCuIlough. New York.....000 010 9 0 St. Louis 4 2 Hoslo and Warren: Erecheen. DIckson and Bice. Kluttz Philadelphia 5 Pittsburgh ___150 001 8 1 Judd. STulcahy and Semiaick; Astermueller and Camelll. Boston at Cincinnati, rain. to I and Whirlaway In 1941. and las> year he tied for the all-time top wish Hoop Jr. RIDDEX MOKE Altogether ave of the jockeys slated to ride have tried tc win the Derby before. Only one besides Ar- caro "ever made Longcien. British-bom. Canadian-raised Soot- er who has ridden more winners than, any oilier jockev ia American racin? history. In 1943 he steered the DerbVs iasi great horse. Count Fleet, to the wire. Now he's trying again on a front-running filer. Spy Song- Otherwise, the only jockeys who are coratag back for a. repeat Derby engagement are Arnold KJrklacci. fifth aboard Jeep last year and out to do better with Alamocd; Perril Zufulc. fifth with Bankrupt In 1943 and. piloting Rippey this time, and Toronto's Ted Atkinosa. Koslo, New York I hit hurling by Spud Chandler, first who handcuffed big league mcundsman to regtaer its yesterday and four victories. them 5-1 to knock St. Banged around for two straight Louis out of a Srst-place Ue with days by the Philadelphia Athletics, Brooklyn. The drove pitcher St. Louis Browns came to life with Harry Brecheen off the hill with a a 16-hit barrage against a trio of hurlers to defeat their KsnsKUors, 10-3. The victory jaoved the into the first division, replacing Cleveland. Lefty Fritz OstermueHer pitched a steady game against Philadelphia Phizes while his Pittsburgh Pirate mates took advantage of a big run frame 10 topple the PSIis. 8-3. The scheduled Boston Brmves- Cisclnnati Ksds contest was rained out. "Washington and Chicago Whtte Sox were not scheduled. Behind raca In'-Jbe eighth scored Reiser acd Di3Ue WaUcer with the tying and inning WTIXIAMS HOMERS Boston's pin-u? bay. Ted Wil- liams, slaramed a 10A irin'pg home ran to give the American league- Dr. Bigelow Wins In Calgary The 45th annual spring horse show ooened ia Calgary on Thurs- day and sonis 2.000 spectators, in- cluding Lethbritige fans, turned out for the official opening Thursday night. The quality cf the horses taking part In. the show was des- cribed as exceptionally by Capt. R, G. Cavell. Toronto, judge ____________ of all the light horse classes in the was eighth with Gold Shower three j show with the exception of stock rears Ego and will be riding one Lord Bosweli's stabteaiates this time. Knockdown or Perfect Bah- stopping many assumption drives with his steady wort at guard. Assumption's top scorer was Pete Mudrev who tallied 11 points on three'field goals and five foul shots. It was Mudry's best nighs of the season alter he bad beea put in the starting lineup in. place of Tommy White at guard. Coach Stan Nantals of the Wind- sor squad took the defeat in stride but he's just about glvea up hope of team winning the title. Coach George Andrews of the Dominoes was asked, after the game if the Dominoes could finish the series in three straight. He laugh- ed, and said he could not say any- thing until the game Saturday is over. borses and glamor. He said tea.: the animals entered were well schooled, and thas there wss an ex- ceptional lot of really first animals. Lethbridge Is represented, at the by number of local horse enthusiasts, and Fibber McGee. owned by Dr. J. G. Bigelow ai Stables here, placed Craigavon. fourth horses classes. the firs; of the riding MlhaUk's baU practice tonight, PRACTICE club will hold a Friday, at St. Basil's school grounds. Practice start at p.m- BRITISH HOCKEY TEAM TREWS SWITZERLAND LONDON. May Wembley Lions beat the Davos Hockey Club of Switzerland 8-3 at Empire Pool, Wembley, last night. GILLETTE SAHTY KAZOR COMPANY presents ffw KENTUCKY DERBY BROADCAST You're there, right at Churchill Do was, Lonisrilld Hour 7IO MUSme and enjoy the thrill of the Woricf s New 1 tarf classic by timing in yont local radio station to Kentucky Derby browkaiti CFCN 1010 kc. 3 p.m., SATURDAY BLONDIE A SLIGHT CASE OF JILTING Registered XT.S. Patent By Chic Young V "H-tSR HUS3ANOS ARE ABOUT! v Give BCONOif A R1.V3.' I JUST TD TEJU. N_ I LOVE MINUTE" r THE I TALK !N A NEW BASIN American League St. Louts .....010 305 IS 1 PhiladelDhla 000 010 3 6 1 Kramer and Mancuso: Beese. Savage. Berry and Hosar. Cleveland .000 010 9 9 New York ___000 800 10 2 Johnson. Berrlck. KUexnan. Cen- ter and Hayes: Chandler and Dick- ey. Detroit ..000 000 (MO It 0 Boston.....030 001 000 10 2 Trucks. Bridges and Richards, Swift. Tebbetts; Hughson Dreise- werd and Wagner. International f 2 Toronto 20X Oil 13 0 Tolieka, Bebber. Schultz. Pren- dergast and Just; Deal. Smola. Mc- Crabb and Crompton. Young. Jersey City 400 012 002 12 0 Montreal JOO 106 010 10 3 (Game called account Sima. Travis. Gates. Sari- del. Andrews, Thomas. Grlsson, PIckell and Grasso; Macv. Tanner, Mondroff Hathaway and Hovrell. 20! 000 000 OCO 8 2 oil IPO ooo 0-3 n o Post. Hooks and Kah: Mlkan, Bruner, Gardner and Hockeabeny. Pacific Coast 300 5 1 Hollvwood 0 Pipper.. HB'SV acd B. and Atwood Los Angeles .010 9 1 San Francisco 000 010 4 4 and Williams; Werele arid Schlueter. Seattle .....110 noo 3 3 Portland 100 071 13 0 Demoran, Ferguson (5> and Fin- ley: and Turner. San Diego 1K> 000 9 1 Sacramento .000 002 000 6 1 Vitalich, Brillhean and Bal- Hnper: McCollum. McCarthy Staley (10) and Conroy. American Assn. 75, Mronehpollt 3. Columbus 9. Milwaukee 7. DONALD DUCK ALWAYS THE GENTLEMAN 1 Registered U.S. Patent Office By Walt Disney LIT ABNER SLOBBOVIAN'S INHUMANITY TO MAN! ByAlCapp MATBEICAN FIX JAILER 7DUST MpU OUTTD HEJAXJV 6RKX BRADFORD-And the Queen of Night By WILLIAM RITT and CLARENCE GRAYV A GRASPS THE BOW OF THE ROCKET SLOWLY UFTED TO STAND ON END THE OPEN MOUTH OF THE FIRING TOE METALLIC ARM WITH- DRKWS. AM EilGJMSER SIG- NALS TO SRICK T34AT AiU is READY- SiFWSPAPFRI ;