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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. MAY 16. 1946 British Heavy To Meet MaurieUo WANTS TO ORGANIZE OUT ON A WU X LIMB with LOBI3IES FEXYTICK In Good Shape for Bout in Madison Square Gar- dens on Friday BEAR MOUNTAIN, N.Y., May 16. During ihe Revolutionary War this Hudson valley coun- try was frequented by British spies! HERALD SPORTS PAGE TH1HTEET? tfee! Boili Hamilton and Yaacouier are celebrating birthdays this year made "bold forays behind and. if jou are at all interested in j lines. Owe vas caught and sport, you might pay them a Juried ai nearby Tappaa. "We don't know very about what Hamilton iias planned except thai advance notices proclaim that celebrations tali be -wmlic. collosal and More than 5.000 athletes, "from all over the Dominion will participate jn the sporting events which will lake place during "Centeniuai Week" ol July 1 to 7th. Hamiltonians are clucking over the fact that they will be able to see the Dominion Track and Field Championships; the Canadian Swimming and Diving Champion- ships; the Ontario Tennis, Archery and Latin Bowling meets; two open golf chanipior-hips; a 100-mile Bicycle Race; and horseracing. soc- cer." fastball, baseball and sundry other attractions. All in one week! Vancouver, which is only celebrat- ing its Diamond Jubilee, will have a longer celebration starting June 20th. It should be pretty wonderful, too. according to publicity we've been readies laielv. You'll be able to see, among other things, a Yachting regatta, the Jubilee Handicap at Lansdowne Race Track, the Diamond Gloves Amateur Boxing Show, the Pro Golf tourney as the Capilano Golf Club, and several swimming, lacrosse, wrestling and soccer events. Which is some going for s. 60th tirthdav party. Which all reminds us that Leih- bridge was founded in 1885 and should have celebrated its Diamond Jubilee last year. Yes it should faav e. A BIT OF EVERYTHING Jackie Turner, Vancouver boxer, is aiming at the -arorld's bantam- weight title, now held by Manuel Ortiz of will challenge the winner of the Ortiz-Kenny Lindsay (also of Vancouver) fight which "is being held nest month in California Busher, top money- wmning horse of lass year, and Thumbs TTp. winner of 1935's Santa Anita Handicap, are in training again, and are expected to enter races again this summer both were injured last year ..both are owned by Louis B. also owns controlling shares in Uetrp- Goldwyn-Mayer pictures. the citv tennis courts are about ready and will your tennis shoes ever be red! the collegiate kids have been playing on their courts for almost" a inonth now paved, you know one of the first fishermen to take advantage of the opening of the lake fishing season will be Heavyaeight Bruce Woodcock, but history did not repeat. The spy was American. Phil Terrano-.a, former United States leather- n-eight boxing champion, who came here to scout Woodcock for the Briton's May 17 Tami MaurieUo. Terraaova is manaaed by Bobby Gleason. who owns the New York City gymnasium MaurieUo is WASHINGTON NOW BELTING SOUTHPAWS Gray and Beat Detroit 6-3 By JOB REICHLER, Associated Press Sport Writer. Rival managers, who have been left-handing Washington since the start of the season, have overdone a good thing. Realizing the Senators had a lice- up of seien iefvhanded swingers. not including the pitcher, opposing STILL SPOUTING CUBS SCOKE WIN Chicago Cubs got off on the right foot in their eastern invasion by shipping Philadelphia Fhils, m a 13-inmng contest Another fine pitching exhibition by Joe Beggs. who notched his fourth triumph vithout a defeat, enabled Cincinnati's rising Reds to j mentors their southpavi hurl- j edge New York Giants. 2-1. m a ers for Washington, with excellent 10-irjnicg; thriller under arc- results in ?ne first fAo weeks, at- j lights at the Polo Grour.cs doing his training for the Madison Square Garden bout. Pin! showed up at. Bear Mountain Inn and In- quired whether Iie'd be permitted to train there a couple of days for his coming bout with Freddie Russo. Permission was declined. Had Terranova been bent on espionage. this is what he could have taken back to ths MaurieUo cansp: WELL-CONDITIONED The British heavyweight, is well- u conditioned and never took a deep breath in four rounds of sparring with two partners. He has a ligbtning-like left jab. which he drives straight home, and a right that nps into the ribs and under the heart like a bomb. How- 5 Cincinnati Tom Hurst admits if jfew York doesn't; use that f Begss and right as often as he could or should. He appears to leave himself open for hooks to the head but manages to duck most of them. He uses a feint calculated to draw in his op- ponent and make him a wide-open target. testing to their good judgaien'.. In the club's firs, 14 games, op- posing managers shot portsaders at Washington nine times with of 1 them gaining decisions over the Senators. Then, almost overnight, the Sena- tors solved those troublesome south- paw slants. In their lass seven games, "he Senators have faced four __ lefties and sent them all the scurrying for cover. They added an- thlTSd rockle in the; the Wafner' second toning and on to The Pittsburgh-Bss-oK league clash postponed b> rain. LClWins Junior Tilt Season Opens For Lake Trout, Pike 'El Mi. to 'jse up to 60- yards of riy-casters Must Wait forget -a catch fish for own use. Stream Fishing Until June 16 net to ______ but noc for sale or barter. For some reason or other Jt is-as decided thai the issiiance" of saeh. would o? discontinued in. 1946. PROHIBITED TACKXE Fisheries regulations prohibit use cf set lines as well as -water slecs in any wafers, arid anyons caught doing so is liable to prosecu- rrft of their the Water sleds ar? the boat- !Dce coritrap-uors used to lines Act and "right the injustices of pro- fessional bast-ball and give a square deal to the players." Baseball Results National League St. 5 Brooklyn 000 Pollet and Odei; and Anderson. Dodgers 6-1 second inning win, 6-3. The victory gave them a 300 per- centage for the first time this sea- j No. 3 Dodgers went, down to then- son with a fourth-place record of j firsi defeat in league pla-, the 12-12. i start of last ear's fastball season] CARDS SH15TOCT DODGERS f when they beaten 6-2 bv :he i A lefthander proved a wise choice j collegiate Club Wecnescay "ragl" for Si. Louis Cardinals" manager i in a scheduled game at the r.e-.v Eddie Dyer. With Lefty Howie j staoium at Hencerson Park. The Pollet holding Brooklyn to fiie scattered singles, the Redbirds 1 shaded the Dodgers. 1-0, to displace I the Flatbush favorites as the i tional league leaders. Jerome Hannah Dean, better known To sports follo-aers as Dizzy is stU! sounding off althousn he isn- wearing a uniform any more. Waltoniaas who bare been straining at the bit for Treeks now, restless aad impatient as they wait'-d for the oneninj: of the fishin? season, were able to indulge Thursday, at least to an extent, as the season oaeced on certain spe- cies of the fellows. Thursday. May 16. was ing day for pike and lake trc'c: ass- able great __ and undoubtedly ?he haunts cf stretched into a lake, lines bear- many cf those fascinating water scores of dropper lines. Con- creatures -aere visited by avtd ang- rrarr :o :he law, -his method of lers who for evenings on end ha-.e also decidedly tmsports- oeen readyin? their equipment: oil- acd wst-Eg their rods ar.d j checking their iines for any weak sections that posstblv might 'oe re- -fe Fishermeri are also reminded that or Sshir-z Selow the point where for w sudden Uberatior-. 1 and is well liked. mer sar aitcher for trie a for-i and ooSr.t. s. re- Philadel. m 000003 3_g 12 o 101 090 1-4 14 0 Boston Red Sox dropped their second game in the last 19 and their fifth in 28 games this season when they bowed to Chicago White So.c 3-2. but did not lose any of their only game they lost dunr? iS45 was in the :inals witn Mecicsne Although the game was good, i: was marked by a very poor attend- ance on the pars, of fastba.; i Rain in the sixth innins Carmangay Team Wins Fastball Cup j j play to e-d of their -one that go. STREA3IS JCXE 16 j a required. j For the Simon-pure f.y casters.; is now open in Brltisla who -A-ill noi ceier. to Colusioia. ar.d a partV of Ijethbridge i talents en ar.ytfticg other than, a left tile city on. Wedaes- i Cashmg Hainoo-a-. a savage Cut- jfaT -jj Traiers :hrcat. or others of the stream fish provutce. The? included: fasnly: to "D-Day" is still a wHlard Haig. ?I M. Canip- thsng of the future. The season Dr. V. P. Charles for stream trout and ail other game Beay, A. C. Ha'STsrth and D. a. yates. The tsrty plans to make ts headouartars at SJko, retumuog nest Sunday. in the -Raters south of and in- cludir.? the 3o-.v and 010 OCO OOD 5 0 000 000 C01 6 1 Lamanno; Carpenter, Thompson and Lombardi. Pittsburgh at Boston, rain. American League Boston.......100 COO 3 He employs a left hook sparingly.; but when he does, it is loaded with j power. He springs frora his toes when he shoots his left and he uses the bob and weave to advantage. (MaurieUo boxes more or less flat- footed, due to an old ring injury.) The foregoing intelligence should be enough to keep MaurieUo and his handlers working for a while. UN'ORTHODOX STYLE Added to this, Mauriello has to remember that Woodcock doesn't box in orthodox American style. He 21 Rigney, j .000 000 6 0 j Cleveland OOO 6 0 j Knott. Harris. Besse and Rosar; i Harder and Hayes. Philadelphia 000 000 4 1! Cleveland 030 000 12 0 Newsom, Savage arid Rosar, Desautels; Grcmek and Loilar. New York___200 000 6 0 St. Louis .....100 002 8 Oi Gettei Russo. llurchy. Gurnpart j and Dickey. Sillvestri; Zoldak and Cleveland came up with some grade-A pitcnmg to gain a double shutout over the Athletics. 3-0 and 5-0. Mel Harder, making fcis initial start of the season, scattered six hits in the opener to register the 213th victory of his major league n i career. Steve Gromek allowed four hits in the nightcap. has a deceiving ring njanner that's Helf. hard to figure out when one sees 1 Washington 310 100 12 0 him in action for the first, time. j Detroit .000 200 7 1 TUB ruddv-faced. curly-haired 1 Leonard Ker-n'dr anc Evans; Empire champion does something Grav. White, Manders and Tebbetts. else" unorthodox, too. He never Swift, a headgear in training, to the dismay of Promoter iSke Jacobs. sparring partners take no chances, however. All of them wear npadpieres whpn They enter the ring with him. with a mound staff six deep in starting pitchers. Detroit Tigers Tuesday International Syracuse.....OCO 000 2 1 Montreal ..000 101 5 2 Polivka. Echultz and Just; Nagy and Franks. Baltimore.....OOG COO 22 Toronto.......010 100 7 0 i Bank _o_t last Xighi's Results Ladies 3. Bank of Montreal....... 844 TJB.D.............. S25 Thomson 308, Aitken 210. Maple L-eafs Rockets......... Ost Xettleton 249. The Pegs Grads Relink 234. Gazelles Gang Busters...... Buchan 220. Paltisimos Commerce 700 911 S32 618 799 699 806 683 8S3 632 873 757 Pa-'-v-urs- CARMAKGAY. cu.? e cTuo" the cold on i tr.butaries dees r.ot orvn until i Carniangay school fastoail June 16. It closes on Octcoer 31. e" la? team went M 3arrhU! ar.d returned FfshL-Jt for lake trout ends on d o.e. the McNaughton Challenge September 15. ARCADIA. Driving strong cup. In the matter of fishing it Is ad- in the stretch, the favored Saois Carmansav overcame an ear'.y that sportsmen ieep in sei a track record vesterday y> wffl 022 6 3ead by to go ar.ead by one -sund 2 reyaiaticcs wii which the S5.0QO Anon free-for-all stake run in the fourth inning. Barrhuljthev may noi be familiar. j harness trot, ai Santa Anita. and tied the -score in the fifth at 6-6. Domestic fisheries licenses, issued i Kao'.a. The runs in for years past to farmers anc S50.CCO ocerung- between the i the ninth aiace the score read V winner of las; Grant troc, was driven, the Sj others wishing to take Ssh for their jmiie by C. Hatchell in and Co'umbus Cluo. for the local boys. Sarrhili scored own use. will not be given out this old record was sei by Asoraite -cuc j one more run to finish the game at year. These permits authorized AprU 7. scheduled for last Monday postponed because of rainy -.veatner. j 8-7. will "be at the Henderson Lake diamond tomorrow. Friday. NEW COACHES FOR OTTAWA ROUGH RIDERS OTTAWA. May 16. Fred CBaldv) Baldwin and Lou Barnes, new coaching duet of Ottawa Rougn Riders, handled the reins for the first time Monday as the inter- provincial rugay football union squad began a two-week schedule of spring workouts. Baldwin, head coach, succeeding Ross Trimble of Toronto, and Barnes, line coach, previously hsld the same positions with Ontario Agricultural College at Guelph. Ont Wednesday they gave notice main i stress in the e; be on blocking. :es were- Carmangay. B. Shearer and R. McLeod: Traop. and Bartlett. Shearer had seven strike-cuts aesinst fne for the opponents. Score bv innings: R H Carmangay .111 300 11 Barrmi: 301 110 6 OLD VIRGINIA Barnes, has a big job ahead of him. but 111 guarantee heli show re- sults." RUSSIAN SETS RECORD FOR WEIGHT LIFTING 77S 631 A. G. Baalim he's in "VYaterton j made reorn for a promising 21- all readv to break his own records. June 1 is the date set for the re-entry of pre-war type balls into the golf fraternity. we won't vear-oid left-hander as Manager Steve nominated Ted Gray to work against Wash- ington Senators. be seeing them for quite, a -while. Bvron Nelson has indicated that he mav not be able to defend his Canadian Open Golf Championship this vear the British Opea is; reaa.v. to start on July 1 -where do the oest golfers in "the city play, at the Country Club or at the take course? Gray, just two weeks out of the navy, where he averaged 17 strikeouts game, will be making his first cis league start, but O'Neill is convinced he's Remember (By The Canadian Press) Brooklyn Dodgers held Cin- cinnati Reds to a scoreless tie for 12 innings in a league game 27 years ago to- day before falling apart to give the Rhmslanders a 10-0 vtctory in the 13th on eight hits, two errors and a walk. DODGERS PRACTICE AND 3IEETIXG Pest. Hooks and Sahn: and Crompton. Baltimore ..010 002 11 Jordan i laddell 201, Brown 222, Arnsdorl J208. Tonishl's Games Toronto 000 TOO 4 1 Barillaxi and Murray; Coleman and Crompton. xount. 4 1 Rochester 000 OOC 4 1 Dubiel. Karpel. Haley and Fallon; Surkont Bruner. ClearyandBucha. Jersey City 2W 110 8 2 Buffalo 030 OCO 6 2 Andrews. Fowlker, Appletori and Pruett; Kretlow, Bush and Tabach- eck. Erautt. Pacific Coast No. 3 Dodgers will hold a meeting and a fastball prac- tice on Friday at Basil's school, commencing at 7 pjn. It is important that all play- ers be pressnt. O o LOOK USE Gillette BLUE BLADES with the ever honed! PAL HOLLOW GROUND BLADES ARE FLEXIBLE IN TH6 RAZOR San Francisco .000 SCO 11 1 Ics Angeles D20 000 4 1 Jansen and Conger Doberaic '9) and Stsphenson. San Francisco 003 COO 5 2 Los Angeles___000 230 10 0 Sewafd. Rosso and Tvy: LyrJi, Hausmani s. Gang Busters. 7-8. Rockets vs. The Pegs. 9-10. Grads vs. Bank of Commerce, 1-G. p.m. Kinsmen vs. Lions Club in a three-game total-pin series for giant pin. Friday Games p.m. Bombers vs. Quints. Diamond E vs Comets. Robots vs. Cardinals. Shamrocks vs. Dodgers. Spitfires vs. Greyhounds. B.m. Lusterites vs. Grenadiers. "Wings vs. Commandos. Hits and Misses is. Catelli's. Superiors vs. Canadians. Radars Stickers. Commercial League Standing W. L-. 77'Oii.................. 31 I! Bannerman Motors........ 27 Eatons 25 Peacock and Kitson 25 Gas Ccmoany 24 xMike's Cafe 23 Canada Paint 23 Columous Ciub 21 Home and Pitfield 20 Consumers' Hardware 19 Purity Dairy............. 18 Vendor's................. 18 Post Office 16 Mills............ 15 Lumber......... 14 xSick's Enterprises 10 xDelayea games to be played. PIPE TOBACCO LENINGRAD. Mav early workouts woula _A worid record for weight luting was claimed for the Soviet athlete "This football has become a gama xovak. who at a contest here Wsd- of Baldwin said. "I've look- nesdav night lifted 135 kilograms j ed it all over and I can't see any- j 1351 "pounds to be 500 thing else to touch it in import-j grams" >13T pounds) above the pre- i ance. My assistant here, Lou' vious raark. BLONDIE HOPE CHESTS ARE THE BUNK! Registered C.S. Patent OfTtcc By Chic Young CANT A MAN TAKE A NAP AROUND THIS HOUSE? DASV'.OCQ I JUST A OJEAN DONALD DUCK PUTTING ON THE DAWG! Registered U.S. Patent Office By Walt Disney Boston Braves Hire Southpaw trainers have an eye on the tota! of S358.400 in purses -which will be oftered. Among shipping to Calgary today are Trainers Earl Robertson, j Dave Jones, Mrs T. Brings. Herb Hicks. J. Stort, H. Morrow and B. i MacDonald. BOSTON, May ding several other clubs in both maj- or leagues. Boston Braves late Tues- day acquired the sen ices of south- paw pitcher Ernie White, rnaae a and i frce agent Monday night, by Si NATAL AND MICHEL FISHERMEN ARE OUT Louis Carainais As soon as Bill" orth heard of White's release by the Cardinals he gjt on :hr phone and. on bein? assured bj White the lal- ter's srm 'was OK" the an oJfer. he haci receded sev- cra' othT offers and would call which he did to accept the Trice amount, o: was not disclosed. NATAL, BC. Since j 1 the dav of May. when moil of i j the remaining lakes in the East j j Kootenay along uuh t-ie river. I and tne Miche! creek opened up for j j fishing for both salmon and trout, j i the manv sporismen throughout, and iSiche! have been busv each weekend trying their luck at j their favorite iake. 1 The Michel creek at present is no good for trout fishing as ii is in j i flood and remain so i-for the r.ext few -c.eeks. When the Michel creek goes down to normal the Elk nver will rise to j ;he game. Baci pitcher allowed Hood proportions :n Jur.e. making ,o uhile the Enchant Ball Club Beats Vauxhall 16-7 Sunday afternoon the opening baseball game of ;he was p'.ayed on the local diamond. ar.d Enchant. It turned out to be i a poor day for a bal! same. i with "a cold wind Kowing during the las- par: of tne game. V W Waglt-r started on the i mound for Enchant for the first five innings and was relieved by D Wiest in the sixth, who finished WE LI------- 1TSO3TOC: C'MON.PUTCN] A KA.T J SO CUT S-fOwjT U'L ABNER KATE HELP LOVIN' DAT MAN By Al Capp i- A AH COLt.Ds T A-' THURSDAY-PtAD-o LADY-} f Atff nEARTO fiADD.O BRICK 8RADFORD-And the Queen of Nighf JUME.CJQNT YOU THINK YOU ARE A 51LLY ABOUT N rr-r AND PERT? locals t-.ere gemrg to the Vaux- Bearing down forties ere oof when JTOU Switch to PAL HOLT-OW GROtTXD p haves! New flexible edge flic'c< delicately ovcryour off whis-kfrs with a feather touch. New Fals are rust- and fhake to dry. Get a pack today. rsamc for new PAL HOLLOW GRorxn BLADES 4 for 10 50 for 81. n CHIVE s 5 W sis x waw II jnposs.ble to 'ish there. In the meantime members of the "haj] Briwks ana W. Stev- Nntal-Michel Rod and Gun enson, for 17 hits to win the game by held a special meeting in the L.P P. j hall at Xatal dunng which the two important subjects of the Grave Lake road and the closing of the Sulphur Springs weie discussed. More information on the--e import- ant subjects will be received from the onicers soon. a 16-7 score. A return game will be placed at Vauxhall on Sun- day, May 19. BALTIMORE Liverpool's tour- ing Encluh Leagup team swamoed Baltimore Americans 9-0 last night in an exhibition soccer tilt. AFTER AIL, WAS Jli TRYING TO QU15T HER FEARS OVER TME CRYSTAL By WILLIAM R1TT and CLARENCE GRAY E RIGHT, SANDY -m STUPiO LEI'5 FiND i CAN APOLOGIZE-' ;