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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE OTTTONA UU X LIMB with LOKEUTFR FEXWICK Dominion Boxing Tournament Ends Will Run Golf Qualifying Round The Lethbridge GcIT Club a: i Henderson Lake planning to run HERALD SPORTS FRIDAY, MAY Macleod Rearing Ponds For Trout r. TEA ..-an- Does Well President's Competition UOCS rr v Tie lo.A. EK ca scores BaU Planned 3. 4. Cleveland Incusns 5. Washington Senators 6. Loirs Browns 7. Chicago Whits- Sox S. Phuscelpnia Athletics nns s.sd hammered him aaou: tr.e -reams should be a: the ba- dia- oody to take a ciose su: a- sharp, snd each I CUAMPlOxlf rec-fe-ec Dodgers 3. Xew York Giants 4. Boston Braves 5. Chicago Cubs 6. Cincinnati Hcds 7 Pittsbursh Pirates S. Philadelphia The Red Sox Trill wm the World Series. The reason we tuck Boston to i tie American League pennant: is because the club _caa_ poast__o: j lins. Montreal. been received to date from the; Liahtheavyweigh; IJXS.. First United. Southaanster Davi. Montreal. arid the Baptist churches, ss Safir, Fc: Men's City League Finals Tonight The finale tbe Men's City League begins at tonight when the Lethbridge Hotel clash with Mihaltk's Gro- cerv in a fire-game total pins to 'count series for the cham- pionship the league. lerhbndge Hotelnien. winne; the first half of the league, no strangers to playoff bow Sing. the past four vears they have been; m the finals every year. The best 1 they coyld do was runner-up for j the" firit faro. The following two. the boys held title; this year they j are gunning for 4.in bowling par- lance) a i Mihahk's Grocery, in their sec- ond vear as a team, has a team this "season of players who are meetly "bowlers It is their year in finals play and their bow-ing in the second half against the toughest, opposition proves the The series is bound to attract; attention throughout the league.! snd a large turnout will be on hanc j -5 to witness what should be a close and hard-fought, finaL The executive has appointed the following as officials for the senes: Foul judge. Harold Powell. Markers Le'hbridge Hotel. H. Godsalve; MihaUk's Grocery, s Smeed. Red Sox Have 7-3 Chance On Pennant 14 Consecutive Games By JOE REICHLKR (Associated Press Sport Writer) clubs which na'.e won 14 or more consecutive games since the loop OS pastrecords. Bosen Red Soxwas organized ia 1901. Seven stand a 7-3 chance of winning the! gone on to capture the nag. American league peasant. A fourth-inning in defeating C-hicago White Sox.] by Bobby Doerr proved. Baseball Results National League ST. Louis.. Brooklyn Chicago Boston Xew York Pittsburgh Cincinnati Philadelphia W. 12 11 10 9 10 9 9 5 Pet. .632 .519 .500 Kelson Potter, an old Yankee jinx who hasn't been beaten by the New Yorkers in two years, gained his fifth straight triumph over the Mc- Carthyinei! when he pitched St. Louis "Browns to a 6-1 victory. GIANTS TRIM PIRATES Homers played an important part in Sea- York Giants' 6-1 triumph .529 over Pittsburgh Pirates. Johnny 326 ilize banged his fifth round-tripper and rookie Jack Graham his first .450 .450 .278 to help Bill Voiselle rain his second decision. Chicago Cubs were beaten 5-2 In Voiselle and________. Roe. Bahr Gerheauser and Salkeld. Boston 000 200 000 10 2 Chicago .000 2CO OOP S 3 Wallace and Hqfferth; Schmitz. Kusli. Chiman. Prim. Fleming and Livingston. McCuUough. Brooklyn .000 300 12 1 Cincinnati 021 022 11 1 Rov. Hatten Casey. Branca and Anderson. Padsett; Andrews. Heus- I ser and Lamanno. I on ioanc for the games. i It had been nlanned to have j various; rind up the only one :hat portion been can- Xow, Yankees win the ito .-._.-_v_v. cTcg j at Ifsst two more nitcriers qua-; _ litr before July 1 rums up. As it' stands now they have Spurgepn i Chandler, just about the most de- j pendable flinser in the league, and j no oae else (shrieks from on Braves in sen- have t3: i A BIT OF ._. Edmonton Rugby Players Rarin' HDMONTOX. May eTeri winds which swept Edmonton could apparently ,4am- the ardor of footballers intent on giving Edmonton strong repre- sentation in the Western Inter- The Hotel Bowling j provincial Rugby union coaches Steve Olander and years is Letnbridge Hotel Bowling i provincial who have hogged a snot in Sext rali. iSSt Between games. t_e .i_. "o- oast c Ti-ne- rcnsTtmens ther have tas m- i "I I _ V, i wards and take a gander at the Mihalik's attempt to stwil the Newnouser fine "record The pitcmng. We don'i r'ntTik HE _ can win srouier permant for Ked Deer and Country Club troit so we pick tnem to place thirc.; _jjj JJOIQ Their toumarnen; Vis like Cleveland for fourth piace a Jnlf 1 because o; Bob Peller. We ai! I an'5 c Pater. the other clubs. grind with calisthenics, pitching and play formations. Remember The Canadian Presst The be a an the Presidcnrs come in ter. Marty Uarlpn, Ken OTJea. the lo-zesz net scores qualify Max la rig, iiowie Pollet. Johnny j A new junior loop In the Seazley, and Harry Brecheen can been formed consisting of league; TS-B kno-sr -ore have of tetbiridje Goif Club fnH run an supporters. How a club that can j cualifvinz round "for the field a team consisting of Stan i popular "season Aone ilusiaL Terry Moore, Fnos Slaugh- j the 32 W-e have always liked Brooklyn. They iiaye a good, but rather aged, team year and should be an ite big leagues Secretary Jimmy Ritchie o: the Saskatcne- ment of the 2nd Division, which gave a gun earner display to the school's cadK corps, was given permission to use the cricket pitch for a pick-up game. ft ODD FELLOWS' PRACTICE easy second. If oldsters 1 "KTalker. Gala e the Brooss are a nit weas in _ Grege. Kead, Elgbe. and newcomer i Alberta, and Bnnsn j Ixsmbarci seem to be carrying the Coiusnbia- Members of the Odd Fel- lows' fastball team will hold Engravings- The metsskoe Hearing Ponds on the Hunter Brothers ranch four munles from Macleod will be in- strumental in putting thousands of trout fry in southern Alberta, fish- ing streams this year. The pro- ject is under the supervision of Steahen Hunter. The above pic- ture layout, shown gives views at the site of the rearing ponds. The top picture shows Stephen Hunter looking afier the feeding of fish, in the ponds where fmgeriings are raised to yearlings. They are j from four to six inches in length i when released in the streams. The roe or fish eggs are being "stripped." from the female trout shown in the second picture from the top. The_eggs are later fertilized by the male iish, and then they are placed in and shipped to the Calgary hatchery. The nngerling trout hatcned in Calgarv are re- distributed to the rearing ponds, re they are fed and maintained under supervision before being re- leased into the streams as yearlings. Bcttpm picture shows the female trcut in the trap in the larger of the iletaskce ponds- They are being caught for stripping- The stripping operations are carried out under the supervision of Fred Wastrozn of the Provincial Fish Hatchery, j Calgary. started out-to be as. inter- this year it is hoped tnat some esong studv with nature, has now 200.000 250.900 fingering trouc turned out to be one of the bess will be plantec m tne pones. fish raising projects in Alberta; z credit; to Macleod district where K is established, and a cehgh; to all southern Alberta fishermen who a; one time or another have wjsaecl there were more fighting trous in the district streams. On a fishing trip to the Gap a number of years ago, the Hunter brothers and AI West of Macleod brought back to their ranch a num- ber of live trout. They carried them in a milfr can snd released them in a pond that was fed from i a natural spring at the rear of their home. Fine progress and growth was made by the trout in the pool, and the following year natural s Boston New York Detroit St. Louis Washington Tonight's Games Chicago pjn. C'eveland Lethbridge Hotel vs. Mihalik's j Philadelphia Grocery- Five games, total pins to count series, to be played on four Chicago alleys, for city league champion- Boston ship. American League W. 20 15 12 II "9 8 L_ 3 10 12 11 11 Pet. .870 .682 345 .429 .421 .83 Tommy Holmes with Hopp racins across, and added two more on Stu HoSerth's single. Brooklyn missed a grand oppor- tunity to move into a. nrst place tie with "the idle St. Louis Cardinals when ihev came out. on the shore end of an" 8-7 score against Cincin- nati Reds. TIGERS SCORE Continuing to rebound from their seven-game losing skein, Detroit Tigers made it five in succession when they edged Washington Sena- tors, 9-3. in another 12-inning af- fair. Eddie Mayo's two-run single in the top of the onset a single tally bv the Senators in the bottom half to give relief pitcher George Caster the decision. Russ Derry, recently acouired 13 .316 i from New York Yankees, laced out ilelhia 16 -273 ..CO1 I'D 5 15 2 ..331 203 7 11 0 Lopat. Rignev. Smith and Fera- Brown and andes. Tresh; Bagby. McGah. ...010 J03 15 ...100 101 004 12 Plavoff Results Bankers ......1002 1152 1141 Arcade...........1185 1243 1153 j _ Arcade wins third place by 2SSj "overmire Benton, Caster. White, pins. Trout "and Tebbetts: Hudson. Ken- Hartland 222. Batsford 200, D- j TQSQV Wilson and Evans. Gordon 283. Kelly 229. Verkerk_273. 2W 220 11 0 Philadelphia ..510 001 14 1 Black." Derrick. Gromek. Podgajny and Lollar: Xewsom. Knott. Chris- iooiier arid Bosar. St" Louis .030 POD 12 1 New York 010 COD 4 3 Potter and Mcncuso: Gettel. Zu- three doubles to lead Philadelphia Athletics to a 7-6 victory over Cleve- land Indians. The A's blasted Don Black, former teammate. from_the -hill in the first round with a nve- ran snree, but had to break a 6-6 tie with a single marker in the sixth frame. 3 The Philadelphia Phillies joined the Csrds in a day off. Boothman 238, Chapman 223, Free! 274. Dean 279, Mossey 333. Bowladrome 947 1171 991 Kirk's Tire Shop 1091 1006 1123 Kirk's Tire Shop win nfth place bv 111 pins. "Davis 210. Allen 303. Wright 284. RideouE 205. Williams 236. Sinclair 223 N. Kirk 218, 3. Kirk 207, D. Clunie 246. Wylie 332. Owen 215. Consolation Event Brewerv, 3236. 3228. Third Cetelii Food Products, 3172. Signs. 3157. Semcs_ Station, 4130. 30 iO. last Night's Results 103311261057 ber, Wade. Russo and Dickey. International Montreal Svracuse Baltimore Toronto Buffalo Newark..... Jersey City OFFERS AID Steve Hunter advises that tcis vear, in. addition to Fred JWasirum. or the Provincial Fish Hatchery, Calgary, de pools have been visit- ed bv George Watt, Caigary. presi- dent" of the Alberta Fish and Game the Aioerta bocy; Tim vir.ciai inspector of fur and same, and B. Watkins of the department of fisheries. Ed- been ac- _ Sick's" Brewery" "III" 1133 1112 913 Rochester Hunt 259. Soadv 205. Fisher 227. Stewart 278. Price 2S3. Lightbound Syracuse 279. Maryancik 240, Milain 271, Ped- ersen 270. Benv Chevrolet 993 935 1076 W. ..11 11 9 9 8 3 6 6 L. Pet. Pacific Coast Portland.....000 000 3 0 Los Angeles ..300 OCO 9 1 SaU-esoa. Pulford and Holm; Conser and Williams. Hollywood 1 San" Diego 000 OCO 5 2 Hescigno and TJnser; Kennedy. Chapetta (9) and McDonnell. San Francisco. 000 000 o 1 Sacramento 000 002 9 1 Sev.-a-rd Harreli (8) and Ogrodow- -el1 ski- Smith and Conroy. Seattle .....30O 000 G 2 j Oakland 230 9 1 i FJiiott and Sueme; Gassawav, i Stephen (8) and Martin, Raimondi o." i 353 .353 ..1R1 T? 6 Ha-nst and Just; Kretlow and Hill 202. Reflly 222. Sinclair 212, j Green 251. M. Dean 265. Thompson 231. Barnes 233. Lemweoer Citv 010 010 3 fi 2 Rochester 211 510 12 1 G'issom. Jungles. and: :tt: Surkont snd Hockenderry. j Seek Entries For Collegiate Tennis salve 765 854 815 i207 retarv of QUAIITY it more than iwst a WORD In Society Brand clothes, qualify h tailored infinite, master craftsmen, Ycv'i! laud the stalled workmanship... the smooth fit... the fine fabrics. LOCAL GROUP HELPS The project was looked over bv AH of the district fisn anc game members of the Lethbncge Fish associations have been fighting for and Game Association, who were', years to have more fish put back "tfa. pro- 255. Powell 254. Motors 852 930 217. Oddle 2o8. Laxton 258 Lewis 204, 215. ja.arne Gurr 226, McDougail 218. Jeeps ..........10641036 970 77 Service Station.. 934 1087 1109 Rilev 226 Jones 280. Ward 216. 227 Reg Smeed 239, Linn eers would be sent down by the 218. Coyne Dawson 2o3. government to check the present ponds and to lay plans _ for the buildins of additional pones. This will be of great interest to all fishing enthusiasts throughout the southern part of the province. Xewa'-'c 000 110 10 1 Toronto 002 120 10 2 Garcett. Haag Mustaikas Fallon; ilcCahan and Crompton. ana vear i quick to realize that they were sur- i in streams in this_area. With_ vevin? somethins that "had great jects like the jaunser Bros: possibilities. With the permission of the ranchers ana the manual aid of members of the association, two jects___ __ Metaskoe Rearing Ponds, the Pin- cher Creek ponds and the rearing pones established by the Cardston American Assn. Louisville 6 Milwaukee 3. Indianapolis 7. Minneapolis 9. Columbus 4. Kacpas City 13. Toledo G, St. Paul 5. The annual Collegiate tennis tournament, which is held every Bring the months of May and June, will commence on May 13 and end on June 15. Entries this vear. compared to last, are comparatively few, and more students are urged to enter tbe tournament. Entries are espe- ciallv sought from the girls. Tour support will be fully appreciated. fish rearing ponds were established j association last year, fishermen at the site of the pond. be assured that it will not be l can long The number of rearing ponds has j before they wiU be enjoying much now been increased to five, and better fishing. Tt, fl I mond Citv Mondav night. They Ke-orgamze Lrow SLpie13 scor.e J Baseball Leag ue (HNS} more, Natal-Michel and Hillcrest baseball clubs were represented a The Diamond boys will play a return gams on Monday, SKOOKEB CHAMP ESTABLISHES RECORD LONDOX, May World snooker chaniuion Joe Davis mace a league organization meeting m a straight run of 133 on Thursday Blamnore ana these three teams night to estabusn -a world record decided to reorganize the Crow's Nest Pass Baseball League for the season of 1S46, including the Coie- man and Ferme ball clubs. Cole- ia'championship play. 20 points bet- ter than the previous mark. Davis, who Is risking his title !n a two-week match with Horace Ian- man dropped from the league last j drum of Australia, holds die record tuum in uon-championship play of 133 straight. season and Fernie has not been in since ins start of the last war. Pincher Creek, a member of the league last year, did not have a representative at the meeting. It is expected that Coleman win be back in the fold again, and in- vitations have been forwarded to Fernie and Pmcher Creek to affili- The executive of the ate this vear. bridge Fastball Association A double schedule will be played will meet in the YJM1C.A- to- during the season with a play-off night, Friday, at 3 o'clock. EXECUTIVE FOR TOUNC MEM AND {Ml MEN WHO STAT uites of all teazas at the end of tbe reg- ular schedule for the Ken Ring- land trophy, held at the present, time by the Blairmore Columbus Club. Chas. Freeman was again choeen league president and Alnk Tiberg as secretary-treasurer, with Richards. Coleman. as vjce-presi- derit. The executive will be com- posed of J- Thomson, Natal; Joe' L. Kubik, Blaincore; A- Kilicrest. and a delegate from Cole- man together with the three elect- I ed officers- Tentative arrangements call for j the league to open during the first I week in June with games billed for 'Wednesdays and Sundays. :Lor.g distance hitters in the; i league were given an incentive to go after home runs by President. i Freeman when he announced that; 1 lie would present a Stetson nat to the player securing the most home runs curing the season. Diamond City Trims Shaughnessy DIAMOND