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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1946 Empire Champ KO'd By Mauriello In 5th Right Ends Came Display By JOHK TX HAMILTON (Canadian Press StaS Writer.) YORK, May Eauoaal good TsiU glowed along Jacobs" Beach today as calloused fight followers praised. Bruce Wood- cock. Britisii Empire Heavyweight champion, lor his Nonii debatl Woodcock. 25-year-old Yorkshire railwavman. iras knocked oiit in the Sfth round ol lus 10-frame ihrilter at Madison Square Garden last, night by Tami Mauriello. Bronx tavern-keeper, but his game and effective display did much to erase the loa- reputation ol previous British Promoier Mike Jacobs Sold Wood- cock as fee recovered from las puna- melling that he was welcome to; fight in the Garden anytime he wished. Jacobs also had a pat on; the back for Mauriello. saying that he favored a match between him and the winner of the June 19 worm heavvweight title match at- Yankee Stadium between Joe Louis and Billy Conn. Meanwhile, there was the pros- pect of a rematch between last night's stars. Both Woodcock and Maariello said they would like to meet again, nossibly in London, i BKITON AGGRESSIVE A crowd Of paid to see the Sght and cheered Woodcock OUT ON A LIMB with LORIMER FENWICK FROM now until June 19th we are going to use up quite a bit, of this space to keep you up- to-date on the biggest sporting extravaganza since the 1936 Olym- pic Games, the Joe jUniis-Billy Conn HERALD SPORTS PAGE ELEVEN TREMENDOUS INTEREST IN Y.M.C.A. Fastbatt Way Now Underway Strikeout Record Schedule Drawn Up; Teams Chosen By JOE RESCHLBH. (Associated Press Spon Writer.) .BRAVES IX THIRD PLACE Pitcher Johnny Saia and sigh I fielder Tommy Holmes collaborated i CHICAGO, May 18- At- j tendance in the first month of play i __________________ iic ouc i siugfest at Yankee Stadium this landed a June II you aren't interested in boxing YOU may EOW turn the page. consistently. The Briton, cool and efficient, forced the fight, from the opening bell. After a fairly even and cautious opening round." Woodcock took the second and third. He shook u? MaurieHo in the third with a hard which cut the Sew Yorker's eve but lacked his rival's experience and failed to finish him off. In the fourth, Mauriello almost knocked Woodcock out with hard left hooks. The 22-year- old ring veteran pushed his advan- tage in the fifth and cut up Wood- cock's lace with hammering rights and lefts. Woodcock, showing con- siderable gameness and_ durability, came back with punishing rignt hand body punches and had jus; stiff right Holt Cleveland..... 200 100 7 0 i Masteison and Evans; -Krakaus- kas. Center, Black and Lollar. Philadelphia 000 100 8 2 Detroit 000 100 5 2 Marchildon and Rosar; Trucks BLONDIE afc Eatons. and feet to our presi- dent, Tommy Evans, or to Glen care of the Lethbridge Herald. A lot of good news came out- of the recent- Alberta Fish and Game meeting at Calgary. It was attend- ed by Alberta Association Vice- President Tommy Evans of Leth- bridge and Regional Directors Harry Grigsby, Lsthbricge, Charlie Cheesman. Cardston, and T. C. Wil- liams, Cranford. You can bet all these boys were looking after our New York 220 000 7 0 Chicago 000 020 6 3 Page. Gumpert and W. pickey; Dietrich, Papish, Caldweil and Tresh. Boston at St. Louis, rain. International INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Won Lost Pet. Montreal 17 Syracuse interests in the south and well be Toronto TIRES We have Tires, Tubes and Rims in stock of the following sizes: 550x16 10x38 13x36 600x16 11x26 14x24 650x16 31x38 14x28 750x16 11x40 14x30 750x20 12x24 14x34 8x24 13x24 15x28 9x24 13x26 15x32 9x36 13x28 1800x24 10x28 13x30 400x8 ALSO FULL STOCK OF CAR AND TRUCK TIRES AND TUBES We have the largest Vulcanizing Plant in southern Alberta for Car, Truck. Tractor and Earth-Mover Tirfs. Fast and efficient service on all Car, Truck and Tractor Tires. NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS AND AUTO WRECKERS AUTHORIZED GOODYEAR TJRE DEALERS 301-307 13th Street N. Phone DEALER hearing from them as to their pro- gress at our local meetings, The pheasant outlook is good. A total of eggs are under incu- bation at Brooks and approximately 1.500 birds will be released in the southern part of the province. This number added to our own hatch -Kill result in pheasants being more abundant than ever. Word has been received from Mr. R. W. Morgan, president of the Pincher Creek Association, to the effect that they have good size trout fingerlings to be released in our streams and lakes this spring. Further, they are hoping to obtain from the government hatchery fry in June of this year. Last "week we mentioned that Pincher Creek had ieven rearing ponds, which was an error. As a matter of fact, they have 11. Know- ing the ability of the Pincher Creek organization we can expect an in- crease over that number too. We also note with interest that Pincher's popular guide, Andy Rus- sell. has made a name for himself in the writing field. He has had several of his stories on outdoor life, hunting, etc.. accepted for pub- lication by internationally known magazines. We are indeed pleased to hear that Andy has been recent- j Iv admitted to membership in the Outdoor Writers' Association of America. Best of luck to you, Andy! TIMELY TIPS Hanging Wading Boots: Don't hang your wading boots by their Firaps or throw them in a heap; tiiev may crease and rot. Instead. drill a hole in the front side of each heel with an S-inch bit. Bend an old wire ciothes hanger so one end catches in this hole and the other hooks over a pipe or line in jour basement, attic, or garage. With the boot hanging upside down. all strain is placed on the heel, which can stand it easily. BuSalo Baltimore Newark Rochester Jersev City 13 12 H 11 11 8 7 8 9 11 12 14 15 .630 .522 .550 .478) .364 .318 A MAN OF AFFAIRS CXS- Patent By Chic Young (WITH PRICES JWHERE THEV S RGURE I SOT ALONS RQJRE TWO GIRLS.1- OCX? I'M HO HAVE TO HAVE MV SON LESS TriAN HIR7Y CSN75 A WEEK Montreal.....300 000 10 1 local Toronto 400 000 9 0 Moulder. Collins and Franks: Deal. Mistos, Srnola and Crompton. Young. Jersev City at Syracuse, Baltimore at Newark, Buffalo at Rochester, rain. DONALD DUCK ON THE BUTTON Registered U.S. Patent OSIce By Walt Disney Pacific Coast Portland ___ 000 000 7 Seattle 100 000 5 Mooty and Turner. Holm 19 Tost. Gray and Sueme. Sacraniento 200 130 11 San Diego 000 000 10 Preitas and Conroy: Cl5en. Eisen- mann Chappie (9) and Rice. San Francisco "030 010 10 1 Los Angeles 003 C01 13 0 Wereie. Harrell Stutz and Ogrodowski; Errickson. Baker i5', Terrv (9) and WiUiams. i North America Duck Population Is Down OTTAWA. May 18. North j America's duck population is de- i creasins arid the bas limit for! ducks probably will be lowered t next fall, a mines and resources de- Thurs" Ampon Philippine American Assn. Milwaukee 5. Louisville 6. Kansas City 4, Indianapolis 7. St. Paul 3. Toledo 2. ICastiDoux Defends Canadian Title MONTREAL- May themg two early for the count of Dave Ca.'- tilloux of Montreal ral'.isd in spec- tacular fasrnon 3as; night to de- fend his Canadian welterweight chaznpionsRip bv taking a close, bu: popular decision from Gas (Pclli also of Montreal, before The three judges, in a unanimous verdict, awarded four rounds to Mel! and six to CastUloux in the 10- round bout. Casti'.Ioux. 134V conceded pounds to hb. upixjr.tfii once his sparring partner. THE wiuo MO co.vrn3CL.f LTL ABNER A HOPE, A HOPE, A HOPE! By Al Capp aDAY si USA