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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MAY 7, 1946 OUT ON A WV LIMB with LOKIMJEIt FENWICK MEDICINE HAT SENIOR FASTBALL TEAMS READY TO TLAY BALL" Teams Entered In League O MEDICINE EAT. a possible successor to The local senior iastfoall season vrlU s resigned get under -way on Sunday, May lltn ELECT OFFICERS -----._ _, .v._ when, the six teams entered in the S A preliminary organization rnee-.- aiu play a round robin of s ing of the fastball association elect- NB OP the bruisers mentioned as RQ6S this coach of the Ottawa Rough. Bscers zs Baldwin, colorful phvsical instructor and football coach of the Ontario Agri- cultural College. No matter hour four games. enthusiasts look fom-ard to a good season for their favorite sport as ttie teams ed the officers: Presi- dent, Chris i ice-president. Cliff James; secretary-treasurer. much Ouawans miss Trimble, who. entered have beers able to recruit i Jack Crairford: representatives the Rough Riders to three many well known stars of the game, the teams entered -will form tM eastern championships. Baldwin i palace Bakery Aces will bs- nwde board of directors, be almost sure to make them {UD chiefly of members of the chain- A meeting of Jhs executive to forget him. At least he will keep i junior Foodbasket team. Al- tnem entertained. berta champions last year. Most of these players are over sge for junior Baldy Is a. legendary character competition. Cliff James, manager in Ontario football circles. As for- of the Aces announced thai he had mer quarterback for some of Queen's University's champion teams, he vras noted for ais un- orthodox play and for his great hatred for ail teams hailing from University of Toronto. Against Toronto he played like a man in- spired and the caore varsity teeth that -Kese spilled around the field the better he liked it. "When he Queen's. Baldwin hired to coaca the intermedi- signed Jimmy Maclndoe, Brewery Backing Junior Ball Club small that its games league. draw up schedules, choose umpires and line up early season activity be held Wednesday Eg, May 8 HERALD SPORTS PAGE NINE Room and Board Baseball Results National League in the police court zooms at the city hall. Medicine Hat trill be represented by teams and nearby Redclilf by one team. Teams entered in the circuit are Canadian Lesico. Cecil Hotel Catalsai Hotels, Aces. Vocational Training School, aad Hedciiff. Calgary Shooter Scores In U.S. Don Blow of Calgary stole the that bv fcook or by crook he v.-as! Mr. Frisby. m making an- golng to coach a winning team. His nouncement. said that rather than training at Queen's stood him in have two fair senior clubs repre- good stead. senting the city this year he felt nev which count, added to the 23 each by Ray Ramsey and Chamberlain, made the team's score for the event 71. Ke then Trent on ASt AOWRA3LE TRAIT OF TVKFTI I'LL PRESENT K3C WITH 3SAUIY Brooklyn 10 Won tost Pet St. Louis i Boston Chicago Pittsburgh Nesr York; Cincinnati i 10 9 .625 .625 9 9 e .500 .500 .471 Everything In Sport At Hamilton Meet; Five Thousand-Odd Athletes Program; Over 200 Events No games scheduled Monday. American League Boston Xew York Detroit Si. Louis "Chicago i Washington I Cleveland Philadelphia Louis......301 COO Boston.......101 050 14 0 Mancuso Ferriss and "McGaa. St. Leuis......102 001 3 7 5 5 9 9 11 14 HAMILTON. Oat., Mar drrtn? championships; the !lii than 5.0CO SS. froci all over Canada -aiU flock 10; .Jle Ontario lawn bowling meet. In S Harciitoa for the various Dominion' addition she Century Bicycle dab land Ontario chastpsoaships being.! will hold held here curing Ctentennal race: July 7. Hamilton Ces- iniemational aaodel alrerai-, CQEI- textual committee under the; peuuor.; corseraciEg. oaseoall. Kerr. ball and soccer. .piorships "ton top a A-yy ifjli dars stxjrts vmat-er o: iac.ew Yankees. He has been with -he j lieve it to be as true as you want 5-3113, iciaho. club. Valeati is i- to be. well-known, to Sdmonton hav- The night before the contest he} uiaved with the United States managed to get hold of all remain- i As any rate, Baloy Balcwm -yanks in the league dur- ing rooms on the floor of the hos- shoulo. make things cum in Ontario t oeriofi of training here, telry on which the Toronto boys football circles this autumn. __ game and Baldwin intended to win win oecame a leger.c. it, even though his bovs had never beaten them and were rated as The above story may seem fan- underdoes He decided that, while i tasuc but we cave heard it so often, it might cost money, Toronto isras j from so many people, that, we be- going to eat dirt r" irontoi's X May new semi-professional housed. All through the dark hours great noises came from, these rooms and from the floors above and below. Nothing anyone could do could ston the awful racket, not even cotton" in the ears, and the cially when Ottawa plays Toronto. That is, if he gets the job. A BIT OF EVERYTHING Well. Hampden, the horse picked to win the Kentucky Derby, poor Toromonians were unable to did better than the three pre-race get a wink of sleep. They also favorites, which is some consola- Hnn frt ft rfnffp became awfully annoyed. fellows! Touchy But that wasn't alL to make doubly sure of a victory, had the field flooded water during the night. Thanks to freezing is was covered a thin laver of ice the following morning. The Toronto players were nat- horrified when they arrived as Guelph Stadium" the rTest afternoon to find the field frozen. Realizing that they could never manoeuvre on an icy field while fcesfcali deals they ruslisd shoes Upon down'town to buy running for everyone on the team. arrival they found, to their amaze- ment, thac a certain Mr. Baldwin had purchased every running shoe in town the day Although they tried to get sneak- ers from Toronto in time for the second half at least, the varsity bovs never recovered from the blow and, slipping all over the field, they were soundly trouncea tion According to a huge sign painted on the entrance to the grounds, the official name for the fastball park is Henderson Fastball Stadium- and it looks good from the inside as well as the outside---- Junior baseball should see teams WATCHMAN ASLEEP AS STABLE BURNS CHICAGO. May said last nighs that a wauaunan at the Arlington Park stables ol Mrs Elizabeth Graham had signet! a statement; that, he went to sleep after turning on an electric heater Bousing 30 thor last night. A Sre which barn destroyed 23 of the Stadium IVUke Jacobs, who is prejudiced, expects a gate of at leasi S2.500.000, vcnicli will be a fighE record you noticed that dandelions have a nasty habit of stopomg your baE frcm rolling much "past the 200-jard stake? or can't vott drive that far? Pete Reiser, starry outfielder for Brooklyn Dodgers proved that money doesn't talk as far as he is concerned when he calmly turned down a per" year offer from. his Mexican least three Pasqual and National Leagne, at times the amount of money he earns from the Dodgers THAT REMINDS ME---- PAL HOLLOW GROUND BLADES ARE IN THE RATOR" loss of S500.000. representing Columbus C5nb. the 77 I _ horses with "an estimated Oil Company and the Brewery in! play this summer In a few weeks the sport pages will be bloat- ed with propaganda about the Lonis-Conn slugfest at- Tankee _ Officers said the watcnman, Csii rt Jones of New York, signed bert Jones OL _ formal statercent sayisg ne bcame intoxicated during the night anc went to sleep in another part ol tae bam. He is being held on a charge of disorderly conduct. THREE HOCKEY TEAMS FOR PHILADELPHIA? PHJLADSLPKLA. Mav Possibility that Philadelphia may have three hockey teams next sea- son- was indicated today. An arena spokesman said tae arena planned to continue 10 op- erate its Eastern league the a "farm" club for its American laague team, i have a National league franchise transfer- red here, said his plans remain "un- changed." Peto has announced plans to con- struct a S2.500.003 arena on the site of the Phillies' old ball park- Due to the City League play- eJTs. ladies' leasrue games sche- duled Wednesday after and all games for Friday hare been cancelled. All league play will resnme next week! Tonight's Games p.m. Stickers vs. Shamrocks. Superiors vs. Comets. Hits and Misses vs. Cardinals. Wings vs. Dodgers. CatelUs vs. Quints. p-m- Commaridos vs. Greyhounds. Canadians vs. Bombers. Diamond E vs. Lastentes. Robots vs. Hadars. Grenadiers vs. Spitfires. pjm. Whosits vs. Anameo. Jokers vs. Telephone Girls. Woolworths vs." Zeros. Kitson Kids vs. Pin Ups. Eagles vs. Safeways. Games pan. Gang Busters vs. The Pegs. 2-3. Bank of Montreal vs. Haple Leafs 4-5. Bank of Commerce vs. Sockets 7-3. Gracs vs. 9-10. Pattisimos vs. Gazelles. 1-6. Wednesday Playoff Games pjn. Owing to the tie-uo in the Men's City League, the following teams concerned will mee- on Wednesday night at in a three-game total pin series to break the Srss placi and third place ties, respectively. 77 Service. 2-3. Fruetfs Studio vs. Kirk's Tire Shop. 7-8. Mihalik's vs. Arcade, 9-10. Scorekeepers, H. Hill and A. Mc- Crea. Thnrsaay's Playoff Three "games total-pin series, with handicap taken from to? average team in consolation, events. pjn. vs. Sick's Brewery. 2-3. Pvramid Motors vs. Hook Signs, 4-5." Beny Chevrolet vs. Catellis, 7-8. Jeeps, 9-10. p-m. Bankers vs. Arcade or Mihalik's, 2-3. Six-Day Bike Race Concludes CHICAGO. May Re- wli and EiTriii Pesek. who swept behind in the 3r_a! day. Sat- urday mghs won the 43rd interns- i tional six-day bike race IT. Chicago Coliseum. The two. far down the list of j standings most of the week of con- j tinued grinding in the "Insomnia I Derby.- swept ahead of Rerse Cyr! ilRED SOX TOP LEAGUE; CLAIM DOUBLEHEADER Desrcit .....001 OCO :0 Philadelphia. 001 000 3 Trucks and Fjehards; Marcmi- don. Knott and Rossr. 020 f 00 0 Bv fJAXD 1 KeKr-er. Jeff EeatS hit a iio-raa ______iwd Press Spon Write- j r-ra for the so. -3ss cruics must be hard' fourth off -cser Sieve Gromsi. ip amir.ur.ir.cn today with Bos-. Xo -sere scceculed at tas league. and and "Evans. team pished Tanner International on a _. ,fT i. oasr'n 'jcaLm X.-I.TM spree and 10 of 11 up a T1 v, ia-e- regular basketball score 34-12. Fraa Xetaown may or ii looks as though the mer have not had a as and MIkr Abt. leaders the last three j Syracuse days and. despite a bad spill s'Jf- i uontreal fered by Pesek ITS the 5nal hour, j Buffalo stood off challenge challenge jersev City by the second place team to Ssisn Toronto on too. j Rochester Hero of the final hour, however. Charley (Yackv- who svracuse ...100 (CO 012 01 i 1( rode through the Snal 40 nunures rjochester O10 003 Oil CO 6 14 1 the Sex haven-, been far Lost Pet i horn Hodman, were sixth. -GOLFER'S SERVICE" REVIVED Cheshire, England, May The Church of St. Nicholas, which recently replaced a stained glass window of a golfer at play. Sunday revived its "Golfer's Service." The 25 rainutes' before the war to koer. A. Duoiont. 3. Buries, J. Brcckwell. A. Petiot. L. Dewar Walters and 3. Wright i Remember American Toledo S, Minneapolis 5. OTTAWA KOCGH RIDERS OTTAWA. May 7. C5 Fred rBaidy> Baldwin, former intex-col- i footbaU star and later physi- attended by afterwards teed off a Wallasey course. the nearby CANADIANS BEAT LONDON. May A Canadian team defeated Davos, champion hockev team of Switzer- land, 12-6 Saturday night before a packed house at Wembley Stad- ium. the Ottawa Bough Riders for the 194S season, it was announced to- He succeeds Rose Trimble. DEFENDS SNOOKER TITLE LONDON, May Davis of London Monday began defence of ha world ssccker title by de- Austra- the Sos streak alive by winning yesterday's 5-4 second game from St. Tniiilt after Ferriss had taken the osaner. 7-5. Boston gained IT: games on New York Yankees who fell before Chi- cago's Thornton Lee, 2-1. Lee, a 38-year-old lefthander, came, up _ with his first decision of the year I on an eight-hit, effort against Eloyd Sevens, winning ha own game with. a iwo-run single. Steve O'Neill could 3nd encourag- ing in VirgU Trucks" six-hit performance for Detroit against Philadelphia as the Tigers earned a 3-1 decision over Pezetangsiishene's Pmi Marchildon. making his first 1 1 C3y The Canadian Press) Durable twice Torfd lighrsreighi boxjns champion, gos tile worst beai- isg of his career nice years ago tonight ao Ae hands of reigniEg ehaaplcri Ixitt Ambers of York. A crowd of 11.000 watched the verer-an Canzoneri waver thrcugh 13 rounds -wsa his fortner sparring partner, wlnalus L-AO keeping one even. SEA CADET PRACTICE Sea Cades Juniors start of the year. Jimmy Outlaw's hold a practice on. the bar- Horace Lindrurn. of Austra-', ensoieG wasmngton to mase K two lla The match, will go 145 i straight over Cleveland, 7-4, despite; frames over a two-week peitod. homers by Hank Edwards and Ken _pers on hand. BLONDIE s. winner of Fruett's Tire Shop and Ti Service Station. Losers of third place series to play together, 7-8. Friday Game Lethbridge Hotel vs. Arcade or Mihalik's. Five games, total pins to couni series, to be played on four alleys, for city league champion- ship. You're in for a ihrill the first time you screw a HOLLOW GROUND into your razor. Hollow ground edge stays yon get keener, cleaner shaves -without pressing down. New PALS dry with a rinse, and a by name for a pack of the new PAL HOLLOW GROUN'D lor 10c. for SI. East to West OGVEN'S Roils Best CRICKET REVIVED AS MAJOR SPORT IN O.C. LOJTDOX, May 7. Cricket was resumed on its peace- time basis as one of Britain's two major sports, after an interval of six war vears. when the touring team from India and several county clubs becran their matches Saturday under perfect -weather conditions. BASEBALL CLUB TO OBSERVE "BROWNOUT" WASHINGTON. May 7- Washington Senators of the Ameri- can League have shifted all night Last Night's Results Bannerman 1066 1017 1279 Post Office 91S 1009 106S i D. McLean 264. Holmes 374, Pel- letter 249. C. McLean 353, Charles 266. Radford 295. Advance......... SSS 1018 764 Ellison........S17 877 923 Arrnitt 250. Paskuski 299. Mack 205. Smerek 245. Ribalkin 217. Peacock and Kitsoa 1025 988 1037 Satcns 791 952 851 NIAGARA BUT OGDEN Rushton 205. Farrell 205, Forbes 214, Doran 256. Myers 278. Nielsen 226 Smith 228. Fury 281. Home and Pitfield S78 823 949 Mike's 968 1000 996 Donaldson 255, Seaman. 255. Oddie 201. FilUns 230. Kopinafc 227. Davis 227. Afaganis 232, 307. 77 Oil i201 1094 933 Columbus 881 113S 1059 228. Barnes 247, Pratt 28o games to the afternoon hours as long as an electric power curtail- j consumers ment order is in force here. The district commissioners last Fridav ordered a "brownout" dur- Perslev 212. Green 262. Ball 240 Haiisoa 205, 245, Bartlet' ing {he fuel crisis caused by the coal strike. Aussies Beat O.C. Davis Cup Pair BOURNEMOUTH, England, May Davis Cup tandem, i 1011 811 906 Puntv Dairi" 1017 817 88" Quallv 203. Yorgason 223. Mossey 213 C.' Niles 245. Blacker 231, S Fabbi 222, R. Fabbi 226. 1063 102-. Canada Point 1045 923 1025 Pelietier 213. Pringle 200. Blrrel 25- Davidson 211. Waddingion 256 Wossey 223, Howard 249. Goosalve Vendors 900 109: 792 7S3 91' N. 230 Stewart 204, Ash- ree 203, Dean B: C. E. Malffoy cf New Zealand, ir. 1-su- the men's doubles final in the _j Commercial Leagae Standing British hard court teams tourna- ment. 3-6. 6-2. 9-7. 6-4. i _ Mrs. Kav Stammers Menzies Mrs. E. W. Bostock took the wo- men's doubles defeating Miss Jau j Mot0rs 24 23 W.L ingnm and Miss A. M. Yorke, 10-8, i TV.T..V Canada Paint 22 17 HaTper easily defeated Derek! del SMOKERS? A5K FOR OGDEN'S CUT PlUG Mrs. Bostock dethroned Mrs. Stammers lor the women s singles i title. 6-3. 6-4 j. Mro. Bostock teamed with D. W. j Butier to defeat Miss Interim and Vce Lumber 22 18 1? 17 17 16 15 15 14 Eric Fiibv 6-4, 6-4 for the mixed 2' _. A.r- doubles title. LEGION PRACTICE A practice for the Legion Fastball team will be held at the barracks diamond on Wednesday at pm. r.2d games. WINS ENGLISH AMATEUR X GOLF CHA5IPIONSH1P LONDON, May Patey 37-year-old accountant, won the English amateur golf championship Saturday by defeating Sgt. Kei of the RAF. 5 and 4 the Mtdsurrey course. IT STICKS BY THE RIBS Hezistered U.S. PatenJ OCICc By Chic Young fvou TMAT PSH MAMA'S f LITTLE TWC BIST WHAT A FLAVOS DONALD DUCK ASK THE MAN WHO OWNS ONE Registered ILS. Patent OSlce r By Wait Disney 777116 LFL ABNER SNIFFS THAT PASS IN THE NIGHT By Al Capp YO' KEEPS A-OAVnW AVAY STLL COST-BUT YO' MsSSES TH' 1MPAWT1NT POWT-NATELV, UlX AftNEft HUSTNT HARKY THET GOTTA HiM THET ON1 TH' PAOOO- -f EVKV FIVE 1 HAiN i E OAYS-BJ. KOURlShME CUTATHETfGUIP.'J AKCMA BRADFORD-And tfie Queen of By WILLIAM RiTT and O-ARENCE THEBE'S MOCK STATUE, r THE DOOR CAKMOT FAR AWAY. YOU BET -H1ERES A BUTTRESS KWSPAPLRl NEWSPAPER! ;