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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1946 OUT ON A w u A LIMB with FENWICK 'Anticipate Record Crowd For Derby Field In Nine Years IOLP, a game which, requires so much, vocal and physical CBy SID FSDSH) LOUISVILLE. Ky.. May strength, that it is no longer climaxing a celebration that was considered an olci roan's like several Year's eves rolled comes into its own this weekend at into one. the richest Kentucky the two local cluas with, the faegiu- Derby of them all comes off today mng regular season competitions, before what oromises to be one of The Henderson Lake course is JW40C holding opening; day festivities to- j states morrow ana a swirling mob is There Wee Admiral vould be before the PJM. deadUae lor scratches because of the gooey going. But, trainer Arthur Brent here said his direct word was to make up his mind and he thought he'd run the son of War Admiral. the greatest throngs eier to see a. The a second- horse race in Canada or the United ary consideration with all the rev- were 17 three-year-olds expected to siEecd. The day will, jo Ko to she post "for the be isarkec by the popular President 400 winner's end of a S100.O30 and Vice-Presidens. events. In the pot a, 5-15 pjn. M-S.T.> sbsence of Captain Cy Dawson, the traditional "Mv -old Ken- Vice-Captain Syd Walks will be in tuckv throbbed over pictur- charge of the" marches. Cy and Bill ftae wil! be at the Country Club trying to wrest the Baahm "A" trophy away from George Wyiie and Gordon Riwtan. At the Country Club, hostilities in the mixed two-bail foursome begin at sharp tomorrow and woe to the hopefuls who aren't on the first, tee in. time. Qaptain. John Forress and Vice-Captain Phil will be there trying to keep things running smoothly. esqae ChurchJil Downs. And it was still Lord. BosweH as the horse to beat in a wide-open gallop through, rwd and sloo after six of rasn. WEE ADMIRAL DOUBTFUL The only doubt about any of the sterters came last night when auto- mobile magnate 3. McLaughlin of auraczed tbe largest field in We liave had a look at both courses and were amazed at the good condition of the fairways, considering ihe lack of moisture in these parts. Men in charge of both courses deserve credit for the way they have outsmarted the dirty old Golf !s certainly the number one individual sporting pastime in North America. While we have no idea as to the number of people H we would imagine they number "weH into the tens of mil- lions the majority of them, being, of course, in the more climatieaUy fortunate countrv to the south. And contrary to popular belief, at, least 40 per cent, of the civoters are under 35. Any bets? Canadian golfers, with the ex- ception of C. B. "Sandy" Somer- ville. have never been able to com- pete successfully with the Ameri- cans. This aggravating: stare of affairs is due to difference in popu- lation and to about, more ions of snow. Professionals like Nelson, Snead, Wood, Diegel, Eagen and Armour have been reg- ularly taking the Seagram Gold annually to the win- ner of the Canadian Open, back them to the States. In over 30 years a Canadian has not won the event. nine years. Heeding the three-horse entry of ihe Chance Farm of Mrs. Elizabeth Graham, otherwise known as Cosnaetice Queen Elizabeth. Ar- den. Lord Boswell she solid choice. He can run on last or mud- dy fooiiEg. and. with, big. rangy Knockdown, ihe Santa Anita. Derby nimjei, and Perfect Bahrain as Ms teammates, it was the big hand. Marsy saw it. too. as Zddie Arcaro against the field. He had Lord Bos- veil to ride as he Trent out after his announced in Ham- fourth derby triumph, and a record Bermuda, thai his high-speed' for jockeys. DOMINOES MAY TAKE HOOP TITLE THREE STRAIGHT Play Without Coulthard WKDSCS. Out, May Victoria Dominoes, this can be pay- oS night. Tonight, with good for- tune and the skill and basketball craft that brought them east, they can win the Canadian champion- ship at the hoop game against As- sumption College of Windsor. Twice victors over Assumption. Victoria Dominoes take on the Windsor Purple Haiders for the third straight time in a best-of-five series and tonight the Raiders will be handicapped by having Bill Coulthard on the sidelines, out with, a strep throat. However they trill put Freddy Thomas and Gino Sovran as the forward pests in an eSort to avoid Windsor Pete Mudry and Salt Wade at the guard positions. Stanley Nantais. Assump- tion coach, was a bit ieery of his soaad's chances las; night and con- ceded that the prize coast team may easily take the series tonight by "the sharpshooting Things are looking tip, however. Canadians of the calibre of Stan Home, Pred Wood, Kenny Black, Stan Iieonard, Bob Gray and Gor- don Brydson are getting more tournament experience every year in the winter tournaments in the couth and the time may yet coine one of them will start win- ning an occasional trophy. Home did verv well, as a matter cf fact, this winter in Florida be- ing in the prize money several times. In a practice round afc Orlando he broke the world's re- cord for nine holes. He was one over par for the first nine holes for a. 37, and sizzled home mth the record-breaking scpre'of 26, or nine under par for- a and. a -coarse" record. Stan, irho is a little fellow and pro at the Islemere course in Mont- real, made seven birdies, an eagle, end a lone par in his record-bust- ing round. The score was men- tioned prominently by Fred Cor- coran. president of the P.GJL, in his aTTitifll review. It was too bad that it wasn't made in the tourna- ment which commenced the next day. Bus is -wasn't. So there! Some dav. as soon as ire can get grass greens and sufficient water- ing facilities, a Lethbridge golfer rnay get good enough to perform, in quoted at 5-2 odds the big tournaments. Most prairie Hampden, an 8-1 shot N.B.A. Champ Beats Canuck HERALD SPORTS PAGE ELEVEN Room and Board OOUSW4 RQKN TOLD ME ABOUT THE YOU HAVE HSKE AND HOW OVES.THE YEARS. THRU "THRIFT AJO INVESTORS, SHE HAS r rTS tk -DELIA HAS BEEN K3SL A MATRIMONIAL. WSPlBATsCN, Financial Report Is Presented CAM A Meeting VANCOUVER. May Panter of Gravenharst, president of the Ontario Hockey Association. Tigers Given Fifth Straight Defeat -Three Yesterday toeir 5 his second (Associated Press Sports Writer) Mickey Harris, undefeated ___ _______ Sam ZoSdak. an oascure lefthand- 1 harder, gained hss fourth triumph said at the annual of the er from Brooklyn, S.Y., who spest as the American League Canadian Amateur Hockey Asso- 1 two long years tryisu? to convince Bosses Red Sox stretched ciation here Friday thai, he won- Manager Ijuke Sewell he could be winnicg: streak to ders whether there any use of a big Jeage winner II given the games bv outscoxing ClerelaEd SHU branch presidents attending. chance, gives promise today of Ted Williams and Rady York eaefc Mr. Paater. speaking during dis- establishing himself as the ace of hit their third hcnsers for the Sox. cussion of the financial report. i St. tcuis Browns' mourxi staff. Kea Heintzelman soutfcpawed all policies seein to be decided by The Polish portsider. who pitch- way to his ihird triumph of the the executive with the branch presi- i ed the Browtss into third place in son and hung ilia first defeat oa. denis having liwle in the in the third minute of the sixth round and knocked out. Jack Armstrong of Toronto Fridaj night, to defend his N.B.A. feather- weight championship in a scheduled Pittsburgh la-rounder before a crowd at New York the Boston. Garden, TTntil he overwhelmed the vet- eran Canadian with machine-gun- like punches to the head and body and beas him to the canvas. 3ar- tolo was content to spar speedily but lightly. The Bostonian titleholder. who meets Peo for the entire hon- ors in their division in New York NATIONAL LEAGUE Won Lost Pct: next month, depended upon his posts. Ado (Porky) Andrews holding the guard sion Armstrong put only ce- termined stand and scored with sev- eral sharp rights to B_artolo's head. But they made little impression on Sol who weathered the brief storm and resumed his accurate jabbing. Eoral will play centre for golfers have always been handi- canped by lack of practice on grass. A BIT OF EVERYTHIXG Gordon Frisby, manager of the Brewery, tells -us that things are progressing ,in the senior hockey world but that he has nothing defi- 1 GOLFING OPENS AT HENDERSON COURSE Piav will commence at the Hen- Brooklyn...... St. Louis...... Boston...... Chicago...... Cincinnati 10 9 .714 .643 Alberta Golfers Will Resume Play EDMOKTOX May The Alberta amateur golf tournament, a ter. of distributins inoneys made m Al- lan and Memorial cup playoffs. His j plan, wras to divide most victory Zoldak's third I in two years. j As good as was Zoldak's -xorX' there were three better pitching team, with noi ers included fcandeS cSaKrtbi tt "mc'f olav i straight defeat. 2-0" The v tory cacse at tr-e expsrse ol Si aa old the allowed S120 per day. rather war casualty since 1942. will be re- sumed this year over Eddoriton's Highlands cosirse. dates being July CSM_ 11-14. with a opening day qualifying round touching oil pro- woGlTbe Allowed S15O a dav ceetUcgs. while ir. hotels compared 10 the Defending cnampion Is nenry i S120 in at tee -Jmt MarteU of Edmonton, who will be; 3. The C wou'd g-ve teams gunning for his seventh provincial! in the national finals and amateur crown when he essays too teams m internauonel playoffs S4CO, conquer his home course. j a game to cover expenses." The Hon. C. W. Cross trophy will I Mr. Pickard objected to the fi- be at. and the showing "com- I nancia! report in part, saying that neti'ors make will have coasideraole It conflicted with a resolution which bearing on the make-up of the Wil- i had been discussed by res GaaMW i T i i Tigers ilth Owing 10 the tia-ap in the Sfen'a two h'ti zz N'ew Tork Yankees City League, the followica i handed world j concerned x-Jl jaeet on Wednesday cam 13 persons as members of tne The i a; in a three-game tctaJ- Dizzy Pin to sreak 1 and third place ties, respectively: CUBS GET SHTTOrT 2-3. Johnr.T Schnuti Chicaeo Cubs'' Fnet' 5 Suidio TS. Kirk's lefthander. w.th a :-9' SnoD. -S. shutout over New York Giants but Malik's vs 9-10. a fine relief job bv HI Eithorn made Scareseepers. H. Hiil and A. itc- !t possible. Sch'mltz was driven {Crea, from the rnound in the rtir.th taninq- j _____ when she Giar.ts loaded the bases 1 MEN'S CTTF LEAGCE Philadelphia 4 10 .43S .429 JS5 2SS American League Chicago 000 013 15 0 Philadelphia 301 003 11 2 Dietrich. Smith, and Tresh; Knerr. Brown, Harris and Rosar. Cleveland ___ 001 010 S I Boston 000 132 12 2 Embree. center, Podajny. Fer- rick and Haves; Harris and Wasner. St. Louis.....500 000 1 Washington. 010 000 7 1 Zoldai and Mancuso; Wolff, Hud- son. Wilson and Evans. Detroit, 000 000 New York___001 000 lingdoa cup team for interprovirscial j great length. He was competition at the time of the Ca- i u.p b-v Fanter who sa I' inth one our. but Bithom stepped up to the hill and fanned the sex; ii two fcatrers. 353 .533 competition (Final Standing) W. Al Jurisich. Philadelphia PMls" lichalik's Grocerr righthander blarked the Cincinnati 36 Reds 1-0, with four hits to record jFruett's Studio 28 Tire Shop IX j77 Service Station....... 28 nadisn amateur llavfair course said that i Bantamwejpht Champ the turn- of Ca- i UP ilr- -t-anter wno said that 1 UO ir se; for the :he resolutions body had announced j n r j T- JuH- 29-A.U" 3 ijts ir-wntioa of dtscuss-r.g che sub- UeiCnd iltle '_________ ject while the finance i __________ Cranbrook Girl To Take Swim Course night. B.C. (HNS) had not given any Indication making such a move. Finally it was decided that the two committees get together and try and rssch some agreement be- fore the nest general meeting to- Dorothy daughter of Mr. and Lancaster, was the Cranbrook hieh school student selected for the re- cent special swiniming course under Lancaster. 15-year-old j A Mr. and Mrs. John i 4DU After je Trout and Te'obeits, Swift; and Dickey. sponsorship of the Canadian Red i LONDOJT. May 3? More than Cress Society- An excellent swim- 250 players will bid for the British mer of several years standing, she amateur goif title, held by A, T. received her senior instructors' cer- i Kyle since 1939. when the touma- tificate as a result of ths course ment is resinned at Birkdale Mav 2 0 i which was held hi Vancouver. She t 27. it was disclosed as entries closed 7 0 already holds a life saving certifi- Friday. Gettel LEAGUE Won Lost at Calvary that city may obisct to Lethbridge getting- ia_ the Western Canaffa Senior League Good- are we ever Ted Chervinski reports that there's going to be some good baseball around these parts this summer lots of good players have returned from the forces and are rarin' to Ben Hogan often practices skias and the hardest rain and you know why in he can find _ The Maine Chance Farm lost almost worth, of horses when a stable burnt down the other cay last year's great two- year-old -winner, Bcaugay, was saved Lord BosweH, Knock- down, and Perfect Bahrain are fav- orites in this afternoon's Derby, all we pick THE "RANDOLPH Sunday, and members of the club mark the opening: day in the customary fashion" by competing for the President's and the Vice- President's trophies. Competitions will be under the charge of George Ttavers and Sid WaUis. The ladies' section of the club will begiri this season's activities on the following Wednedsay. Boston.......... 14 Xew York........ 12 St. Louis........ -8 Detroit.......... i Chicago.......... 6 Cleveland........ 5 Washington...... 5 Philadelphia...... 4 3 5 S 8 S 3 9 12 Pet. .824 .706 .500 .457 .429 .385 .357 .250 cate which, she earned m local classes. Chief instructor In tne Red Cross class course was Douglas Whittle, who was lifeguard at, the Gyro swimming pool here in 193S. and in that year taught Dorothy to swim. DODGERS' PRACTICE No. 3 Dodgers will hold a prac- tice at St. Basil's school grounds on Sunday. The practice will com- mence at 1.00 lElks Sicks I Pyramid Motors...... jHcok Sicns........ ;3env Chevrolet Catelli Food Products Lethbndge Hotel..... Bankers........... Jeeps T.C.A.......... 23 20 20 18 17 17 19 19 19 13 21 23 23 24 25 25 25 2T 2S 31 HOLLYWOOD. May Manuel Ortiz world bantamweight boxing Var.g. wU! defend bis title in i a 15-rounrt battle here May 13 Kenny Lindsay. Canadian, title- holder. Ortiz. El Centro. Calif., rancher, j Teas has defended his title successfully 13 times. This will b? the second i meeting for Ortiz and LJr.dsay. The j oridge Canadian champion lost a. "hard- Individual high three gsnes. J. fought 10-round bout to the Cali- j Klulpas games, same, letll- fcrnla f'.ehter at Ponlasd. three years sgo. SCHOOL Individual hieh single same. A. GQhalik'j 3S5. A fastball umpires' school Trill be held at the YJM.C.A. Monday night at S o'clock. Anyone tcishing to take the course is urged to attend. Monday p.nv Advance TS- KUjson. 77 Oil vs. Colutobus Club. aorae and Pitfieid vs. Bannerraan vs. Post Eaton vs. Peacock and Consuraers TS. Punty. Gas Co. vs. Canada Paint. Sicks Enterprises vs. Vendors. Pacific Coast Montreal Offers Golf Facilities Oakland......100 010 Hollywood Palica. Speer and Kaircondi; Perez and Atwood. Seattle 001 005 14 1 6 2 Tobin and Sueine; Liska, Pulford (6) and Turner. Los Angeles OGO 140 13 0 MONTREAL. May Nea- tral ground for a British- American golf showdown, plus cash San Francisco. 000 000 000 0 4 1 totalling and all exoenses for Terry and Williams; Harrell. a four-man British team, were of- j Stutz Rosso and Schlueier. SHOES It are bojing a prime brand shoe... look for the WPTB code nonsbcr inside the K2SS. by Rilcoif. MEN'S SMART SHOES SINCE 1879 fered here Thursday by the Sea- consfield Golf Club of Montreal. A cablegram addressed to com- mander R. C. T. Roe, chairman of the British. Professional Gollers" Association, tras sent Thursdar by ttie local club, offering mpcey and a return trip by air to Henry Cotton and three other Brit- ish pro goUers for a best-ball team match against four top United States fairvraymen June 26. the day previous to the openlitg of the S10.- 000 Canadian open on the Beacons- field course. San Diego 200 000 13 0 Sacramento 000 020 10 1 Kennedy. Brillhearc (9) and Bal- linger; Wood and Conroy. Remember fBy The Canadian Press) Carl Hubbell posted his 19th consecutive victory over a two- year stretch seven years ago to- day equalling the mark set by Tim Keefe and one short of Rube Marquard. ttco other New York Giant pitching masters. His string ended at. all- time record. CARPETB4IX DOUBLES AT LOCAL LEGION GUTO The committee in charge of the Legion carpetball doubles are anx- ious to have all games completed, and those drawn for plsy next week are asked to turnout and_ assist the committee by playing their sched- uled games. Those drawn for next week will be played en ths follow- ing evenings: Monday Murphy vs. Bunon at Stoic vs. 'Krios at Tuesday yield >s. Tenr-an; at Shields is J. Dykes at Yucytus vs.- A. Dykes at Hodge vs. Thomas at 8.30. Murphy is. Kerr at, Burton vs. Hodge at Friday Barkley vs. Thomas a: Sio" vs. Morns at International Jersey City 121 ODO 13 2 Monneal 001 100 10 2 Fisher and Grasso; Deforge, Moulder. Nagv and Franks. Syracuse 100 200 7 1 Toronto 000 200 8 1 Kaiz and Just: Cook and Cromp- ton. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Wonixjst Pet. Baltimore Syracuse Newark Montreal Buffalo Jersey City Toronto Rochester 4 4 5 7 6 6 .667 .657 .583 .500 .455 .455 .364 .273 American Assn. Indianapolis 1. St. Laul 2. Columbus 4, Milwaukee 8. Louisville 9. Minneapolis 4. Toledo at Kansas City, rain. Golfer Swings; Breaks Both Legs! WICHITA FALLS. Tex., May uractice swing at an imagin- ary solf ball seni Moody Weaker to the hospital Tsritri both legs j V.'eaver borrowed a wood Wedr.es- day to demonstrate his favorite s-iirr. He cemonstrated. and coi- Physicians said his left leg I broken aoove the knee and fractured arxr.e the ankle, and that his righi leg was fractured in. two. j places beiow the knee. BLONDIE THE LONE HIS PACK Registered U.S. Patent Office By Chic Young DONALD DUCK FISHERMAN'S LUCK! Registered 0.S. Patent Office By Walt Disney LFL ABNER IT'S ALL IN THE WAY YOU DONT LOOK AT IT By Al Capp MOST VALTTABLE PLATER IN PASS HOCKEY LEAGXHE i Veteran centre ice player. Bit" Fraser of Colemart. has been se'ect- a.' she pjsyer in Crop's Xest league most valuable to his ream. PRACTICE Riichie Shoes distributed in Lethbridge by Baird s Shoe and Leather Goods The Eaton fsstball tram hriid A at the A.e "cwrrac'vR nia- rnond on Sunday, commenc- ing at 2 pjn. C- t- WOOLWORTHS The Woo'.worth girls will hold a fastball practice at the 6th avenue diamond commencing at 3 pm. Sun- dav. s- Taber Scores Win i BARN Over was spent last week for sports equipment, at the local school, in- ciuair.u etc. for soft- basi, Lrogue are benic the srd with ncarb> tawns cppr.ir.c: same wsth Tabor was 'slaged here Tucsdav nisht arsth tft'' Taocr Leafs wmn.r.s the honors a score o' 5 to 2 Scarcrlv :he farmrrs had to and z busv season is 1 expected in bali sports bf BfCARfiONATE. OF STOMMICK 1 AND WF r.SS ISNA Tn WO IS THAT S--OB- SOV3AJJ NOT WCRU SHOOT ME, IF Jt3-1 T J r7 TW BRICK BRADFORD-And the Queen of HfRLER BREAKS PITCHING ARM UP THOMASVTLLS. Ga.. Mav Jack Wiley broke his arm Thurscav for i Thomasvjllc in the Georgia-Florida I Both bones in his pitihmc -irni 1 snappea as he let go fast one. By WILUAM RiH and CLARENCE GRAY A BtW OF AT THE ROCKET BASE- JOURNEY TOWARD HAS ;