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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MAY 14, 1946 ON A LIMB with LOKMEK FENWICK ASSAULT. srcallisfl chestnut cols with, a deformed foot, is well oa ius way to be- coanag the wealthiest horse that wore a saddle. So far, ia a racueg career that spans but two seasons, the three-year-old Texas Terror fcas won JS a great deal of hay. Even Shirley Temple hadn't earned as much she was four years oZd- Not only has Assault a good chance of amassing more money than the great "a mere 16') but he only has to win a race this June 1 to enter Turfeonas Hall of Fame, a club reserved for horses who have managed to win the Kentucky Derby, the Preak- 'ness and the Belmont Stakes. As vou'all know, he has won two them already and is heavily favor- ed to win the Belmont, to be run two weeks from next Saturday. These great racing classics, wits a total present day value o- about are held for three-year-old coles and fiUses ard onlv "great horses have been Ibfe to win ail three of them. The last to do it was Count Fleet in 1943 other horses to carry away the triple-crown are in 1S41. and War Admiral, in 19o7. Assault, who also won the Wood Memorial this year is a son o. Bold Venture out of Igual and a Sd his home is the mimon-acre King Ranch In Texas. Mr. Kie- berg is reportedly verr fona of him. Ra.cit5g. See Record Attendance Big League sag for the fifth year under the sponsorship of the Lethbridge Hotel, ihe team proved to be VTinnahs and Still Champions, oa they me-, and conquered MifcaUk's Grocery team in a five-game, series for the championship of the 1345-46 season. Pictured above, from left tc right, they are: Back row. Jack Kulpas. Chick Mclntosh, Ted Hadley: front row. Tommy Allen. Archie Mc- Crea (Capt.) and Syd Barton. Draped around the pms in front of them, the boys proudly present the cress which has been flashed on the back of their shirts during the season. the Mlhahk's Grocery team they captured the third championship in a row for J. Scss, genial manager of the Lethbridge KoreL _____ it uas five years ago 1 that Jannnv Ross armed in Leth- i bridge :o manage the Hotel and shortly afterwards he was approach- 333 first big "league victory st Budnick's expense. >Iike Philadelohia O'V 13 1 Brooklvn 010 023 9 2 Judd Mauaey. Mulligan. Karl and Semimck; Head and Anderscn. 002 10 2 3TO 000 COWT 9 0 Schumacher, Eudnick and ardi: Johnson, Roser, Reid and Masi. Only gcmes scheduled Monday. Syracuse tlontreal Toronto.........----11 Buffalo..............10 Baltimore 10 ............10 Rochester........... 7 Jersey City 7 SSl to hear that Beau Jack Canadian Johnny Greco have ceen of an ounce distance bait cast rec- ord "with an average neaYe of 403 3 feet ne must have been standing on a _ Remember When (By The Canadian Press) Clem Loughlin ended a 20- vear hockey career nine years ago today when he resigned as manager of the Chicago Black Hawks after piloting them to the Stanley Cup to give iua time to his wheat farm ana hotel at Viking, Alta. Claresholm Tennis Club Re-organized CLARESHOLII. (HNS) Tennis Club was reoreanized. last and Fred McDowell was elect- ed president. ZJoya Newman is the new vice-Dresident and Frances Havnes the secretary-treasurer. The grounds committee is Bill Dodds. M. Kamage. V. Wellman, H. Waack and C. J. Amundsen. The social committee includes: Mrs C. J. Amundsen, Miss G. Rut- ledge, Mrs. H. A. Ferguson, Miss M. Gawn and Mrs R. E. Soby. Plans were laid for the- orsemng of ihe tennis season on Sunday afternoon. May 26, tea will be sencd. It is also proposed to ooen the third terjus court which has been lying idle for some years. n will be gi-.ea a new covering of red shale. CARMANGAY THRASHES STAVELY, 32-1 SCORE CARMAKGAY. fHSS) The high school boys" fastball team the Siavely team on Fn- dav at the school diamond and de- feated the visitors 32-1 m a seven- inning game. Tonight's Gsmes p.m- Cammandos vs. Stickers. Lusterites vs. Wings. Canadians vs. Radars. Hits and Misses -vs. Superiors. Dodgers vs. Diamond E. pjn. Spitfires Shamrocks. Cardinals vs. Catelli's. Qiunts vs. Comets. Grenadiers vs. Greyhounds. Robots vs. Bombers. pjn. Safewavs vs. Jokexs. Telephone Girls vs. Whosits. Anameo TS. Woolworths. Kitson Bads vs. Zeros. Eagles vs. Pin Ups. Wednesday Games p.m. Pattisimos vs. Bank of Commerce, 2-3. The Pegs vs. Grads, 4-D. Bank of Montreal vs. TJ3.D., 7-8. Gazelles vs. Gang Busters. 9-10. Maple Leafs vs. Rockets, 1-6. p.m. "C" League: Zeros is. Pm Ups, 1-6. TTThosits vs. Woolworths, 2-3. Kitson Kids vs. Safewajs, 4-5. Jokers vs. Eagles, 7-8. Anataeo vs. Telephone Giris, 8-iO. Thursday Games p.m. "JB" League: Gazelles -vs. Bank of Montreal 2-3 T-BIX vs. Pattisimcs, 4-5. Maple Leafs vs. Gang Busters 7-8 Rockets vs. The Pegs, 9-10. Grads vs. Bank of Commerce, i-G p.m. Kinsmen vs Lions Club in three-game giant pin. total-pan series foi TJ.S. BOWIJXG CHAMPS BUFFALO. X.Y.. May The Llo-Da-Mar bowling team o: Santa Monica. Cal. today succeedet Chicago Budwelsers as American Bowling Congress team champions The squad, sponsored by movie comedian Harold Lloyd, rolled into the tournament lead here May 7. a week before the closing date, with a gross, the lone 3000-total of the 1946 world championship tour- nament. "THAT REMINDS PAL HOLLOW GROUND BLADES ARE fLEXIBLE IN THE _______ International Wen Lest P-t .13 7 .fSO 8 9 9 10 11 13 14 350 .476 333 ed by the present captain to spon- sor a bowbng leam. In those fiva years his team has never been out McCrea of the final playoffs, bsing runner- Radley Sartoa Kulpas again closely followed by Team- mate Barion who popped In a 302 for his second game oi the evening. HOW THEY tethbridje Hotel: Plan Revive Dog Team Race Canuck Davis Cop an extra sine holes to decide ihe {issue, which saw the Wylie-Hattea OU iTO CLEAN AU-THIS MUSS >CXJ MADE THERE UNTIL. I BUT MAMA. I'M BUSV X LPSTA1RS. EVERYTHING jOfVE OCWNSTAIKS, TKS MiNUTE.' minster. Henry is the "people's choice" to win the parliamentary golf tourna- ment this year. His cisplay Sat- urday when he hob-nobbed with peers and commons over the fair- ways of swanky Watem Heath course made him a heavy favome. The tournament, arranged by the Parliamentary Golfing Society, is open to newspapermen, policemen and members of the two houses of parliament. Nevrport was the only policeman who took part in the event. It attracted 26 entries, 10 peers, 12 commons and four "others." in- 'cluding besides Newport Admiral Sir Geoffrey Blake of the Black Rod fsergeant-at-anns m the house of lords) and senior clerks E. J. Edenborough and H. R. M. Farmer. Newport had easy victories in his first two rounds. He defeated W. S. Duthie, Conservative, six and five, and C. S. Taylor. Conservative, five and four respectively. Lord Simon, president of the ParlSamen- tary Golfing Society and present title ho'.der, was eliminated m the 1 round by Lord Teviot. two urt The third round of the event wij be plaved in June. the Hotel crew 1092. a margin of 136 for the game, plus 122. giving the Lethbndge Hotel the champion- ship for another season by a 258- pin lead over the five-game stretch. THE STARS Outstanding -olayers of the series: For the champions. Ted Radley with a five-game total of 1273. made up of games 214. 253. 241, 250 and a 315 finale, climaxed a successful season for an average of 254.3. Syd Barton close on the heels of his teammate as he came through with 1222. made up of 245. 302, 246, 205 and 223 for an average of 244. Bill Euculak was the best man for Mihalik's as he put together games of 193. 259. 231, 244 and 273 for a total of 1205 High single game for the night went to Ted Radley as he hammer- ed in a 315 :n hi5 final game; once Provincial Football Body To Retain Affiliation j Play Forty Mile I Ball League Games BURDETT. The j CALGARY. May FooioaU Association will retain its nrh ;ne Dominion it was at a special meeting on Sa'urcaj. mth practically all tie officials in attendance nas to break i Forty Mile Baseball League open- away from the parent bocy and I ed on Sunday, May 5. with all of j B C wUI skip Dominion charapion- the six contesting" teams playing pUv this season) saccorcir-g to schedule. Eurinz war j ears, which saw i Bo-ar Island and Foremost were J the fport boom ir. this dist-.ct cue I victors In games plaved with j to me clrssv brana of soccer dis- i '.Grassy Lake. Wimiifred "and Exzi-' plaved by RAF. p'.avers, a sum kom reipecuveli. In the Grassy of morev ' placed in a f.jr.d to Lake same a home run by H Em- hr-3o district ard set Burdett off for a series ot, ciauons ana clubs pi1? TT ft c- f 11 DONALD DUCK IN BLACK I Registered U.3. Patent Ofiice By Walt Disney (ARECSPT POR. SO I CAM THIS AS A LOSS OM MY TAX. LFL ABNER WHO DOES HE THINK HE By Al Capp (SOB.? GOME. ANOTHER ONLV TS'OP n.M .-S TSl.'JG. MAH TF! I-' -IT'S "BOUT LP-. ABNER. AH CHAS1N H'M ALL viATCHERLV, A WISH'T AH KNEW COULD DO A FAVOR fCf ME1- HM r-l IT TMAT I KN-OW VHAT THE LIKE. YO CGLdJSN T EE A Twn SLIT IT DO HAPPEN T'SOME. BRICK BRADFORD-And fhe Queen of Night By WILLIAM RITT and CLARENCE GRAY runs. The final score 9-5 Caigary You'll be amazed at the performance of PAL HOLLOW GROCXD blade with the edge that stays flexible, like a barber's razor. Pal's delicate edge flits over your face with feather you niftier in no time. Thriftier, HOLLOW GROCXD thoir odffo lonsror. 4 for JOc. 10 for 25c. 50 for SI. Batteries: Grassy gsnttd S60; Sdmor.lon P. Nelson; Edlur.d, E. Collins. The league has been formed to create interest and enthusiasm among the baseball fans in the district, and it is believed that all the games will be well attended. WIXNIFHED WINS BLADES Ki i WTNNIPRJED. (HNS) j recent ball same at Winnifred, the visiting Etzikom uas defeated Jby the Winnifred cluo by a 12-10 count. rci! was receive S75. of which S15 must be used to- ward furtherance of junior soccer, and the Pro-.srioa! Junior Associa- tion will receive SI5. The meetii.g aL'o decided to re- sume plav :or the provincial cham- pionfhip. which would renew the old mter-cuy rivalry. PresiafT.t J. Strachan was dele- i gated to attend the annual meet- In a mff of the Dominion body at Win- nipeg on Labor Daj. Secretary C E. Fir.nell of the APA and F. Crumblehulme, Dominion vice- president, will also attend. WHAT'S THE I SHOULD D CM THE MOON VOU SHOULD TALK YOU YOU HEY, WHAT GIVES MEZg' LOOKS LIKE YOU TWO HAb A Mi6KTY C01Y TRIP' WOWDY, FOLKS- HERE'S LWSPAPLRl ;