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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE "TWELVE OTJT ON A x LIMB wiife LOKIMER FE-VWICK Sox Score 15th Straight Victory __Edge Out Yankees by 5-4 Score HERALD SPORTS SATURDAY. MAY 11, 1946 fioom one? Board i? AKY Britishers preset: wd be! nckied to know that scccer.: oae of the games icey le-t behind them, is coming into its own witi a. bars this yearin "We have leading little aniO en tne Associa1 _ decade. blowing e-.ery pennant- with the Yankees the reierseful Hed Sox the A's and Nats four i hours to wind up wr.h tie draw. j I she game ended by Pennsylvania's; curfew law. The Senators -led the co'.mt is the and went ahead j in the 13th to the A's kne; ;t up sgam and force :t into 15 innings, the longest game cf the seasar rec" is now a vizoro'JS lasmos. a as s. -hat Toronto has :SJV the Unitec Spates over tee Plans Of Baseball Guild liroug'a r-s EO troub'-e whatsoever. So tau Toronio! ________ extended Jeasue leaders' to The Hec Sox are no: ye: entirely free cf the Yankee jinx by any hasTwcTmere cracks at the over the week-end, bur the Habzss ha-.e nrcved that they no play dead-a hen tiers'to the Washington Se: they ccme race to ;ace with tne Wednesd2y the Guile's slans WASHINGTON. May rectcr Murphy cf the Amer- -can Bsseoali Guild outlined in Senators for league fcasecai! ?la; Srons Bobbers. BROOKLYN WINS soccer, nas notec our in Ensisncs ether teams were rained out or noi these: 1. 50 uer cent cf purchase prrce to so to'olaver :f he is sold. Baseball Results National League proposed Pittsburgh..... Cincinnati..... Pittsburgh at UT. tSAR GOUSN, tTS KMERSNT SINCE LEASEKED OF SIZABLE B4.ESS _ SS7 OF HAS S'-NCE AS KCW, HAS BESM CXJR S A SEA CADET MtACTICE The Letabridge Sea Ca- des, junior fastball team will bold a practice at p-ra. Sunday at toe barracks dia- mond. Players, who are all asked to be on hand, are re- quested to the change in the practice rime. void." The clause has a poignant signi- ficance this vear, for it's only three days since Harry C. Hatch died. Hatch's racing silks were earned by fUe King's Plate ainne-.s in the las: nine years- including Uttermost last year and Aeara in 1S44. And Mr. Hatch had been ready who have worked diligently their tour-footed charges for many to watch bis grand cold start with a stablemate. Palermo, r. tct preparations for the trainers. Ineligible for the guineas. Bluesweep remains one 01 the top as -n from today of the starter, are Ie- for the bugles blow for the fourth race, of coarse There's ihe wm The condition book calls it the 87th favorite. Parka ood stables Kmgar- His office said the plavers ranning of the King's Plate, oldest vie. There's Hatch's Bhiesureep and fixture run continuously on this K continent, for a pn2e of 50 guineas, the gift of His Majesty the King. iriih 510.000 added by the Ontario to The the Mexican league commissioner said several ago that players deserting organized hall for the South-of- the-Borcer circuit would be "out" and could no; apply for reinstate- meni for fire years- Murray Frankhn. late of Detroit. the only former Amencan leaguer listed. Palermo. Halton stable's Noddy's Number. Xorsnaa Heise's A dozen others are being trained in every expectation of starting and _. estimated value S16.- I winning. But thats horse racing. Maple Leaf. lii-.cti. j _ i Named from the National league Gardens Popular ere Arnold Owen. Luis r idea. .._ kicked us in the smcs like to see i; VTe wo-.ild Chicago. ..100 GOO S 1, ...100 DOC 6 2 Cooper and rioiferth; Gregg, .aat- ten and Anderson. _ _.lmimum salary of STpOO a for cis league p-ayers. 3. No maximum 4, Freedom cf contract. in -nuwductory paragraph Murphv wroie that the GuUc was simiUr leners :o many otiier maior league baseball play- ers. He acdec: -Even if you present are a member of the Guild we want to ihe ma >or factors that will be the basis of" our discussion with the club owners and we want to urge your support of the AJ3.G. "11 TOU agree its prin- cio'es and if vou feel iha; you Ciacn- i should someone :o represent vou dealing with :he club owners. though you may now feel yor Game News From South Alberta and Game Associations were Arnold Olmo and Holand Gladu. formerly if Brooklyn; Sene Monteaguco. Philadelphia, and George Hausman. under wav June 16. i Roy Zimmerman. Xaoolgon Reyes, can wait thar long: j Karrv Feldman. Salt-atore A. Mag- News and views from any south- lie. Adrian Zabala. Daniel Gardella em Alberta sportsmen will be ap- and Ace Adams, who played precis Alberta snortsmen wili be ap- and Ace irecited for "this column. Send New York. correspondence care ol the brtdge" Herald. With the rapid approach of the "rsHntvn? and fishing season, it British, U.S. Golf Provincial Bowling Champs Meet May 29 j Tournament, Aug. 5 TORONTO. May to's Maple Leaf Gardens is the i greatest" cer.tre of all-round sports activitv in Canada, statistics releas- ed Thursday by Conpy Smythe. gen- i era" manager of the Gardens rexesl. i From Oct. 27 to May 4. figures f show 1227.492 fans paid to see such Monday Games diversified spectacles as hockey, ice follies and icecapades basketball, tennis bcxing. wrestling hunting and fishing season, it j EDMONTON. May dawned upon, the writer that a competition for the column of" interest to TSTalronians tournament of the and Nimrocs in the southern Ai- .__ berta district would be timely and i here, star HOUSTON. Texas. May _.-. A B.vron Nelson. National P.G.A.! DliL BUml A champion, said Friday he had ac-; annual cepted Dick Burtcn's "challenge to "j-au-n I a 3S-hole match for the unofficial held i world's goll championship. TO nrv AWH riCf 1KALK. AKll tlLLU DEL- BONTTA. (HNS> A .273 n- Is .__ However, we do sbou; cricket. c'feet the same American League fairiy -reated you may not; ai- feel thaz weH received. This column is designed to supply this interest, and wiil appear week- iy in the paper. It be en- deavor of tne writer to >oa posted on the work being accom- i >io Aug. 5. it was Burton. Sritish champ, had want- ana .rack .mee.wiU be i ciced st the annual general meet- ed to held Thursday night. A BIT OF .EVERYTHING Organize Tennis Club, Milk River t RTTHS- (HNS) fans held an eminisias i on Tuesday evening tennis club was organized _ plished by the various brancnea 01! LEADS BATTING NSV.r YORK. May Joost. former National League ra- _. fielder now ciaving with Rochester the Southern snci i -wings, went on a hilling spree Game Association, ana to pass on; during. to boost bis any spicy bits of information average f23 points and earn the esnng to hunters and Jn-ernationai Leasues individual teet the kingpin of pro golf ia the United States for the lass two years, in a match in SngiancJ. but the American was unable to make the trip and Burton agreed to play on this sice of the Atlantic- Burton cabled that he was leaving for the United States on May 15. at Del Bonita on May 23 with all the schools in Division 3 of the St. Man's School Division compet- mg "VViih Jefferson schools coming down to compete in the track and field events, i: was decided to have the scheduled league baseball game between Jefferson and Del Bonita Sportsmen members of the Fish and Game Association, are greatly batting leadership. The conditions for and giving a full week of oractice in this i the same day after the school events country. i are run off- The first IS holes of the will be nlaved en Mav 29 at a course _ T-. yet to be "selected a'nci the second I Milk KlVCr 'jrst round of the Pest Office vs. Canada Paint. Bannerman Motors vs. Gas Co. SUison Mills vs. Purity Dairy. Batons vs. Sicks Enterprises. p.m. Columbus Club is. Mike's Cafe. Home and PiiSeld. vs. 77 Oil- Vendors vs. Peacock and Kitson. Advance Lumber vs. Consumers. -1 Joos; belted out 16 hits, including i match during the first roun e i i r two homers, three triples and three round-robin at 'Winged j ClUD Is on corses anotlier horse he field for fouling nave been inoaamg Bestow 030 000 9 1 there is nothing for them to ooo OOO-4 6 1 fcad beiter_mfra-aer Dobson. E. -Johnson and "Wagner; Henderson Fastball Stadium Mo eame of the Junior Fastbal 7. Mere than IJSOp.OGO people way to ges into >laple couits are being repaired, grounds j cleaned up. and a social day will i be held June 2nd. of the Game Association Busy TAKE ACTION AGAINST PASOrEL BROTHERS NEW YORK, May ace Stonenam. president, of the New York Giants, announced on Friday night that the National league iTSash. .000 003 001 COO 13 Phi ..210 COO 010 COO 12 tti, Curtis. Kennedv Expect Big Year; Collegiate The Dresent body, the Alberta J baseball club had begun court ac- Fish and Game me leadership Wait and _r. _ of Calgary, are coin? a yoeroan job j jump to the Mexican League 10 make Alberta the Foor. on. May 30. ll Remember (3y The Caaacaaa Press) Ted (Kid) stopped a haymaker from Georges Car- peatier when he dropped his guard to nlesc with the referee during a clinch at X.oncon 24 rears aso tonight. The krockouc blow cost; Lewis the world light- heavyweight boxing crown in the fteSv round of a scheduled 20-round bout. MILS: HIVER. fHNp The annual track meet for the Coutta. "Warner and Milk River schools will be held May 3 at Shady Ivook. The pupijs are busily engaged in prac- ticing. The Milk River Gun Club was organized with Martin Madge as and William Findlay as secretary treasurer. Membership is over 40. The traD has arrived and CAKPETBALL DOUBLES AT LOCAL LEGION CLUB v Games in the carpetball doubles event at the Canadian Legion club rooms will be played on the follow- ing evenings of next week: vs. Shield at j A. Dykes vs. Kerr at vs. Stott at J. Dykes vs. Murphy at vs. Kerr at Thomas vs. Field at vs. J. Dykes at Hodge vs. Tennant at vs. Yucytus at Knox vs. Morris at Rupture Ended Advanced rr.clhot! has healed thousanos. No Iff itrapi. ao eiastic. no ptaiten. Mo pressure on hips or spine. FSexo-oad. Entirely different. by doctors, mechanics, clerks. Very INEXPENSIVE. GUAKANTEED. Wrae for will soon be installed about; half a information aad trfa mile of the Fred pease farm 1 home. SMITH MANUFACTURING COMPANY CST'B 1193 DEPT. PRESTON. ONI. Eocker finals Joe DDIajjio is csT51-15" a mysterious slump at batting- average is aoirxsamateiv 358. which means ordr an avsrage of ore hit eTeryi four times at bat; although yes- j Montreal terday he hi5 a. nomer with the i Syracuse bases full, his sixth of the year j Baltimore On Wednesdav. one of the greatest; Toronto ___ horses of all time. WMrlaway, en-'Buffalo..... ceared nirself faztcgr with lass jrewark when ns bis a publicity mac's jersey City ger Hochester International Edmonton Entries In Calgary Races 12 11 9 S S S 7 1 S S S 10 11 11 ss. the Collegiate this j Tear is espeeted to enjoy one of the best seasons ever. One of lite larg- est leagues in years has beexs. form- ed, with six teams entered- They .632! are the Cats. Panthers, Orioles. .511 Tigers, Badgers and Peewits, all of 523 j 7tiprr! junior groups. -50CM iT: Local Hi Games Start 1 p.m. Jersev Cinr ____ 000 320 3 II Rochester 6 Andrews and Gardner. Sekas, Eockenberry. Teams of toe city Junior .rsstbali A Leaaue, which will embark on their in taerr toa arovince in the Canadian i hunting and picture- The esECUtive of the Lethbridge asso- ciation has been working at top speed along arm fa- lines. Represen- tative group meetings have been held ar Magrath and Leihbridge and s.z the latter meeting it was decided thac although the various branches of the association would continue to be listed separately, it would permit; greater progress if they could work together. This is being done and matters of int-eresi; will now be pushed co-operatively. It is heartening 10 note that the under the 3N. May ___ QS of Sdrnonton horses for the opening of the season in Calgary UST 24. Fridav wirn trainer Mrs. T- for the sotitiiani ciw. iaciuded in the Sriggs siupment be S2enu Flame, tfee Alberta and Canadian Derby candidate: her two-year-old sister. Scarlet Hope; little Slant. Dr. Bora, Canadian Coiast atyl Stun Tarn. Majority of the other feorses now trarnng the soutii side oval will be shipped until May 15. (Baltimore EXHIBITION GAME ..000 000 -_______. Calver; i iiatnawav Newark ".....GOO 000 012 000 Moore and Fallen; Hamlin Astroth, CromptoE. American Assn. No games scheduled Friday. Pacific Coast Los Angeles ...010 200 the Collegiate and. Columbus Cluo 5 0 teams. 6 3 and Lady Alexander Scores Hole-in-One BLONDIE GIANT KILLER Registered U.5. Paten; osice By Chic Young THE SEASCX-AND Ko. 3 Doageis wHI play Mihaiik's seniors in. an exiu- game Sunday at The game will be held on the Barracks diamond and players are asked to be on hind by o'clock. Helser and Holm; Lynn, and Wii- OTTAWA. May golf- er's tarOl of a elusive Friday -j> Lady Alexander, wife of Canada's new govsmor-generaL Her excellency, a golfer of rourna- njeii: calibre, picksd n? Tnucber three iron on the short 146-yard sisth hole a; the Royal Ottawa 0 j Golf club and smacked the ball right inio the cup for the first ace of the 1S46 season here- She told her San Francisco 102 010 8 Y Sacramento ...000 000 5 3! Jansen and Ogrodowski: Vargas, __ McCarthy i3) and MarcBcd. I companions, Mrs. Mark ililbank Seattle.......000 001 7 o 3, Watson, that it also Oakland.....010 400 9 0 j t-ne nole-m-one in her Deirsoran, Gay Ferguson and Sueme: Ardlzola, Speer m. golfing career. British Soccer Team Lands, New York NEW YORK, May pool's noted soccer team arrived here Friday aboard the liner Queen Mary, the players reported fit and ready for their-nine game tear of Canada ar.d United States. The team opens its series at Ran- dall's Island stadium Sunday against a squad selected from ihe four pro- fessional Amencan league clabs in Greater New York Americans. Brookhattan. Brooklyn Hispano and Brooklyn Wanderers. Their only Canadian appearance is z- Toronto against. Ulster Jane 5. BECOMES MANAGER KANSAS CITY. May Del in ail pheas- been the i of pheasant eggs hatched in previous years. This means a. larger number of pheasants released in ail our dis- tricts. Witn respect to fishing, we now have under grvermnent supervision i one fish hatchery at Calgary and f approximately 40 rearing ponds afl points throughout the province. In our southern localities we have 15 of these pools, six being a; Mac- leod, seven at Pincher Creek and two at Cardstoa. According to information received, the number of pools will be greatly increased this year. Government engineers are at present checking tile ex- pansion possibilities of all pro- jects. Fish Per Tear Under the present setup !r is estimated, that yearling fish are raised and released an- nually in Alberta, streams by the provincial government. This, of course, does not include the thous- ands of fish released each year by the Esominion government in lakes and streams at Banff, Jasper and Better information regarding the number of fish released in our streams during 1945 will be forth- coming shortly. With the expected expansion we can look forward to great increase m the number of released in our streams in the future. Predators, mainly crows and mag- pies, are our game birds greates enemies. The damage caused by j these birds m eating eggs and young game birds is almost bevond belief. This year the provincial government, through the Alberta Fish and Game Association branch- es, is again paying a bounty for predator black feet. It is in the LOCK THE SIZE CF WOSQUfTO- OH. DASWCOD, I WISH VOU WOUL.DNT TAKE SUCH CHANCES DONALD DUCK HIGH DIVER! Registered TJ.S. Patent Office By Walt Disney LFL ABNER THE SONG IS ENDED, BUT THE MALADY LINGERS ON- By AI Capp Webb, presides of the Kar-sas Cin interest of all sportsmen to destrov Blues of the Amencan Association Thursday night announced mat Lee had been named busi- ness manager of tr.e club. 28-year-old sen of Lsrry MacPha president of the J New" York Yankees, suceeecs C. Lane who has beer, p.poojnted i supervisor of the westein of the Yankee Farm Club organization. GOES TO SEATTLE RAINIERS these birds. Besides providing good shooung practice, the bour. ties" will pay for the shells used. Local Competition No bcumy is allowed on eggs, but the Lethbridge club is running an egg and a yellow or baby-feet corn- petition. Two .22 calibre or.e j pair of hur.ung boots and a hunt- ins are oemg donated as j prizes ov Consumers Hardware, j Morris and Barrett Hardware, the I GO ON.V-6ONT STOPf-GNE rT AU. YOUP. KISEW.AL1. YOUR _ ___ HEART-E----------- C'-! LfL UffT TAKE A GAL YO' DOf-TT 1E BfCrf TKE fJf YOUR TKUE i KWO LfL. THZr Gf-L DCPJT KAKEIIAH LOSE V YG'A -THO'fT SOUNDS LIKE FOOLISH HOKtffi KATES A GREAT, I'iJ. CREATE THE MUSiG 'SOMETHING NCW Atf-THET GAL HEff BRICK BRADFORD-And the Queen of Night By WILLIAM'RITT and CLARENCE GRAYT LEFT WtTHOUT ME- NOW I WONT GO AT ALL.' BOSTON. May 11 f. Garden Hotel ar.d T. Eaton Com- Poland, left-hsr.dcd hitting catcher. The prizes are all well worth Thurscay was to working for. a-.d young and old Seattle Rair.-.srs of the Pacific Ccact are eligible League by Boston Braves. -c- HUTTOVS PRACTICE Button's fastball club will hoid a practice Sundav at 1 -00 p m. on the Barrack? diamond. From the work that has been mentioned readers will realize that it takes money and assistance to reach the desired objective. If you are not now a member of the Fish and Game Association in your localjtv- >ou are urged to join. Manpower is needed to help the associations achieve iheir goal. Timely Tips out-of-sea.son is against our provincial game lawy Besides for a fine in the event that I'LL SHOW TO STAY mSTAHT LMER.JUHE A.HD VAH1SH WITHIN "HE MIRACULOUS ;