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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MAY 21, 1946 WU X LIMB with LOBIMEK FEXWJCK Westminster Field AndTrack Results This year's Galfe Miners baseball aggregation are going to be pretty hard to beat if pre-season form means which it usually doesn't, The way the boys are hit- sing: the ball and the fancy-dan style of fielding that some of them are exhibiting in practices is very im- pressire and bodes ffi for their op- position. There are many neii- players this Year. rcoss of whom will stack the this cisuict has eier seen. And. of course, there are the usual number of old standbys. none of whom appear to have lost any of their usual proficiency. All in all the Miners appear to have a organization, capable of causing more than a little con- cern to other teams and more than a little pleasure to local fails. Frona time to time we hope to give vou a line on the Miner's rosier, ia order to give you a fair idea of to expect when you wander over to Adam's Park to take in one of the games, a number of which have alreaciv beea scheduled. Today we present "the infield, or ttee boys who occupy the hot spots. At first base "you'll find Ernie Luciani, a sturdy and very steady sort of fellois- well known around these parts. He appears to be as hot as "he ever was and should again be a big .crowd-pleaser. Occupying the keystone sack, one of the "most difficult positions in baseball, will be Harry Vosburgh. a newcomer from Vancouver, and a verr classy performer both in the field and at bat. Should be onei o the most ponular boys on the club Shortstop, another very tougr position, will be played this year b. Freddie a local lad with great possibilities. A good oerforme at the-plate and very speedy afield he should till the bill easily. His greatest attribute would appear tc be his throwing arm. which reall is a feoney, Another local lad. Hec Negrello occupy the hot comer (thin base to vou ftumb Hec is we known to all hockey fans and wi be just as prominent in basebal circles if he keeps up his pre-seaso form, especially with the hickorr Coach. Luciani to be muc pleased with Hec's play, insomuc as third has always been a Miner's weakspot. O J D 1 n__ BOYS. EIGHT YEARS Six Records Broken, Une Yards-i. D. watson; 2, B. 3, J. Reid. Balance E. Bagyiaia; 2, G. Lowe: 3. D. Watson. BOYS. NINE YEAES 50 D. Fregren; 2, B. Ashcroft: 3, A. Mikitka. New Champions As a matter- of fact there really doesn't seem tc be a weak spot in the infteld of the locals, at least not one that is apparent at trus stage of the season. Under actual plaving conditions, however, a lot of strange things can happen. A BIT OF EVERYTHING Bob Feller iias struck out an aver- age of 12 players a game, so far. Yip Kadlev. former Montreal Mar- oon defenceman. now with the Aluminum Company of Canada at Kingston, has tried out an alumin- um hockey stick -which he claims is tops "but won't it hurt a lot of heads? ___ A summer coaching scoool in Football and Basketball will be held at the University of Western Ontario during June. Johnny Metras is in charge. any Univer- sitv of Toronto grads in our midsi. Wuld be interested in reading T. A- Reed's "The Bine and a record of U. of T. athletics over a period, of 50 years. A wrestling match in Great Falls the other night caused a minor riot, in which spectators, two referees, and, of course, the dirtv old wrestlers, were involved from all reports the grant "Jf jroaners weren't fooling either which is a change for the hams. Tennis addicts had better get their applications in. fast if they want to be members of this rear's lethbridse Tennis Club a limited membership. Six standing records were and one otber equalled butt Wednesday the students of Westminster school held their annual track and ffeM under the direction George McKfflop. The Beet was staged at Westminster school playground, and todar theie are tight new school chantpions. leaders in each of the boy's and girl's classes. Following are the new school champions; "A" foole. "B" "C" Roadhouse. "O" Koadhouse. "A" Hovreils. "B" Kennedy. "C" Dykes. "D" Webster. RECORDS OR EQUALLED 'B" Hop Step and Jump, broken by F. Leffing- well; old record, 31' new record, 'B" Broad Jump, broken by F. Leffingwell; old record, 14' new record 15'. C" Broad Jump, broken by C. Sava; old record, 7'; new record. T "D" Broad Jump, equalled by S. Roadhouse; record, 6' "D- Broad Jump, broken by s. Roadhouse: old record, 12' new record, 12 "D" Broac Jump, broken by E. Webster; olc record. 11' new record 11' 9" "D" Broad Jump, broken by J. Hall; old record 6' new record. 6' Complete results of the track and field meet follow: "A" BOYS 100 T. Poole; 2, R. Bis- sett: 3, R. Davis. T. Poole, N. Nayha, B. Savage, H. Dougan. Running Hop Step and 1. T. Poole, (33' 2, R. Bissett.; 3, V. O'ConnelL Running Broad Poole, (12' 2. R. Davis; 3, R- Bissett. Running High T. Poole, (4' 2, R. Bissett; 3, H. Mc- jean. R. Davis, (31' 2. V. O'Connell; 3, H. McLean. "B" BOYS 100 H. Deal; 2, T. 3, J. Jahrig. H. Deal, J. Jahrig, J. Kerrison. W. Trentini. Running Hop Step and 1, F. Leffingwell, (31' 2, H. Deal; 3. T. Davies. Running Broad F. Lef- fingwell, 2, W. Barriagton; 3, E. Dea' Soail D. Eregrea; 2, A Jarrie; 3. K George. BOYS. 10 YEAES HERALD SPORTS PAGE NINE Herald Donates Baseball New Golf Trophy A new golf trophy has been do- nated by The Lethbridge Herald Company for annual match play between teams representing- the Lethbridge Club and the Lethbridge Country Club, it was announced today bv officials of the two clubs. It will be known as the Herald Trophy. Play for the new trophy oon- OYS. 10 YEAKS sist of five single matches of 36 and two best bail 3, B. Jackson. Lame Dog B. Jackson; 2. J. Cast: 3. J. Adams. GIRLS, SIX YEARS 50 J. Duce; 2. G. Siia- j mons; 3, S. Norleu. j Ankle J. Duce; 2, B. i Winget; 3. S. Xorlen. GIRLS. SEVEN YEARS 50 F. Rowley; 2, M. Leishman; 3. D. Sava. Paper F. Rowley; 2, S. Jarvie; 3, B. Drobert. GIRLS, EIGHT YEARS 50 M. Wakelta; 2, M. Richards: 3, M. Watson- Hopping Y. QuinseU; 2, M. Wakelin: 3, M. Richards. GIRLS. NINE YEARS 50 B. Knowlden; 2, P. Pizzsv; 3, A Romaniuk. Egg and Spoon B. Moul- ton; 2, A. Jackson: 3. A McKeely. GIRLS. 10 YEARS 50 D. Watson; 2. V. Kerrison; 3, E. Soltys. Skipping Rope J. Car- penter; 2, V. Kerrison; 3, D. Wat- son. foursome matches of 36 holes apiece. AM matches will count one point apiece and be played to a fin- ish, that is. until a is de- clared The first team to win four points wiU be awarded the trophy for one year. TEAMS OF FIVE A team will consist of five active participants and ose substitute plaver. Hach member will play singles match and four out of five will participate in the foursomes. The substitute cannot be used un- less a regular player is incapaci- tated throuzh illness or through business reasons. The makeup of American League Won Lost Pet. 1 ChicagoCubS Baseball Opener Moving For May 24 Boston.............. 25 New York ............20 Detroit 18 Washington .........15 St. Louis............13 Cleveland........... 12 Chicago...... 9 3 3 11 13 13 13 13 19 .753 .645 .58! i .552 .413 I 2 From Top M rs F'cture By JACK HASD {Associated Press Sport Writer.) Chicago's negiecied National lea- gue champs, ignored la tne early rush Butte at Adams Park- Doubleheader New York.....010 002- Cieveland 10 .000 002 12 Russo. Marshall. Zuber and Dickey; Gnrmek and Hayes. Hegan. By HERB WANNOP Mayor A. W. Shackleford and wagon, nave tiptoed into the race Gordon Frisby. well known local while the Cards and Dodgers were! sports supporter, -still officiate at looking the other way and r.our' the cpepisg ceremonies when the are within two games of first place, i Leifceridse Miners and Picture mm The Cubs have won seven of their; Butte pry :he lid off the local base- iViaLlWDCmCS WH18 las' 10 outings with Phil ba'.l season at Adaaas Park. Friday.! v go to Xrar York early seat month to arrange more contests for Woodcock. British empire aeaTy- leight champion, knocked oat Fri- day eight at Square Gar- den is hfs first North. Amerscaa light, Solomons made ids nouncemers when he met Wood- cock here aooa the "Yorkshire fight- er's arrival" by plane from York. ..032 !0 000 000 11 Washington Chicago Leonard Papish. Hammer and Dickey. National League 0 Pafio. an thurcp the ball at his I pace asd Pafko. benched for weak j hitting earlier szi the seasop. I hit a siTgJirs .415 ____________ aattis'ldrs, j "24. "aceordas to Ctil all-staTeestre- bench several of this ye year's edition MANY3SRRIBS. St. touls........ Brooklyn Chicago Boston Cincinnati New Tcrk teains must be announced orae week before play for the trophy com- j Philadelphia 6 Won Lost Pet. i 1? 9 .634: 17 10 15 1! 15 13 12 1C hls iEl.ers yesterday night aeswer to tie challenge from Orion players. Both games Tpere TKSH by the Manyberries team. i dor. Prisbv has ?iven Inr up the XGners. ,r __ Vulcan BaH Team meaces. Tne board of governors of the FREXCH SOCCER TEAM WINS OVER ENGLAND- PARIS, May 21. (Reuters.) France defeated England 2-1 in an international soccer match at the Coloiabes Stace here Sunday, end- ing a long run of defeats by Ens- land's representatives. LOOK Farm Body Deplores Wild Game Damage CRANBROOK, B.C. (KNS) While fish and game clubs through East Kootenay are bending every effort at conserving existing types of game in the district, the Cran- brook Fanners' Institute and Live- stock Association is renewing an anguished protest at the amount of j field damage done ia the entire j Kootenay valley each year by j marauding elk, moose and deer, and deplores the government policy which encourages game increases by means of game laws and federal and provincial game preserves. This was the principal matter for discussion at the May meeting of the institute, but in addition plans were drawn up for the annual Dis- trict One convention of Sast Kootenay farmers' institutes here June 3. Compulsory warble fly control and 'Hugh Buchanan, will have jurisdiction over rules and regulations governing play for the trophy. Thev have Indicated that the regulations will be- somewhat similar to those used in the Ryder Cup matches between the best golf- ers of the TJnited States and Great Britain. It is expected that ccEsoetitioa for the troohr will get underway on Sundav. June 9. at the Country Club. "The singles matches will be played at that time, the best foursomes the following weekend. AH matches this year will Dlayed at the Countrv Club. Lake cowrs" will be the scene Cincinnati 010 Brooklvn -.130 200 7 Walters Hetki and Lajisanrj Anderson. Chicago.....230 COO 11 Boston......200 7 Passeau. Chioman arid I {via ston: Cooper, Wright. Pcsede! and Hofferth. International straight I' BROOKLYX WINS ers were rounding :rj j Brooklvrs closed in on the Car-1 shaoe fcr their dinals slicing their lead to a ha'.f. Picture Biitte. and said 1 game, by downing Cincinnati. 4-3. i Mats Slavich would probably set! 1 Lef tv Vic Lornbardi out-elbowed the cad to pitch the afternoon Bu'cky Walters. yieidinsr only six jwwwlth SiM oeigg, Cincinnati, hits and adding two stages to tse saousd -or the mcved fato Qf Brooks' seven-blow attack, j The four other clubs in the Xa- j tional. and Boston. Philadelphia. J Detroit, and St. Louis >a the Ameri- afteraoon the Chaai- i pion team and Vulcan, restating in i Champion "oeis? defeated 3-5. Mar 21 J.-5 DECISION PITTSBURGH. Montreal ............1 Syracuse ............16 WOODCOCK IX U.S. rccx-ed into the too rank of country's Mon- day eight by Jiarcmerin? oat an decision in 10 rounds Buffalo je I Baltimore of play :a 1947. Toronto ..__...... Newark Rochester Jersey City can were scheduled. Lost Pri. i -Washington continued to sizzle 2 through the west, trimming Chicago 1 9 iO-2. for its eighth triumph in its lost 10 ganes. Dutch Leonard, wno "V-, beat the White Sox ssx tunes last i year, continued his perfect record! Jack promoi 1? 13 12 12 11 10 12 14 34 IS ran this year's string to four j last Night's Results Consumers 1080 S62 1081 77 Oil.............1064 1157 1212 Andrews 238. Hornak 213. Qualiy -----______. 213. G. Mossey 273. Mezie 245. through the whole district will be Barnes 225. Pratt 290, Harris 253. asked in a resolution to come be- fore the central meeting, in view of the headway being made in estab- lishment of quality beef herds in all parts of East Kootenay. Another resolution to come before the meet- ing will be an appreciation of the services in all branches of the in- dustry rendered over the past few years" by the East Kootenay repre- sentative of the department of agri- Running High F. Lef- j culture. J. S. Allin, whose office is fingwell, (.4' 2. F. Standing; in Cranbrook. Shaughnessy Ball Team In Top Shape T. Davies and B. Mikitka. F. Leffingwell. (25' i 2, W. Bamngton: 3, B. Mikitka. C" BOYS 75 C. Sava; 2, D. Road- house: 3, L. Archer. W. Satterwaite, B. Jaeson. K. Mogus, A Drobot. Running Broad D. Roadhouse. (13' 2, K. Mogus; 3, W. Satterwaite. Standing Broad C- Sava, (7' 2, D. Roadhouse; 3, K. Mogus. Running High B. Jack- son. (3' 2, L. Archer; 3, D. Roadhouse. "D" BOYS 75 D. Binning; 2, D. Richards; 3, S. Roadhouse. J. Kenney, S. Rcad- house, D. Richards. T. DowdelL Running Broad S. Road- house. Q2' 2, D. Richards; 3, D. Binning. Standing Broad S. Roadhouse, 2, J. Kenney; 3, B. McNabh, Running High B. Mc- Nabb. 2, S. Roadhouse, 3, G. Johnson. 75 C. Howelis; 2, Diane Pheasant EfgSJ Brooks Ward; 3, D. Jarvie." C. Howelis, G. Armour, SI. Mossey, B. Trockstad. Running Broad G. Armour, 2, L. Armour; 3, C. Howelis. Standing Broad C- Howells, (7'j; 2, G. Armour; 3, L. Armour. Running High D. Jarvie, (4'j; 2. 3VI. Summers; 3, S. Wilson. Perslev 260. Eator-s E34 936 S41 Bannerman 853 1085 10i Or. Wed- nesday evening the annual baseball! meeting was held to organize for; the coming season. The financial' statement shows the club to be in j good financial condition to start j another season. A grounds com-' The Wool'vonh gsrls fastball mitiee was appointed to get the team will tangle with the No. 1 diamond in shape and to make re-i RE.M.U. airmen's club tomorrow, pairs and extensions to the back- Wednesday, and fans are invited :o stop. It was decided to make some j see the contest. The game ss slated repairs to "the refreshment booth; for 6-15 pm. at the Fourth Avenue and a committee was appointed to look after this. F. R. Bissetfc, who has been man- ager and secretary for the past two seasons, was appointed to carry on in the same capacities for the com- ing year. Plans for a sports day were discussed, but it was decided to leave the setting of a definite date until a little later on. barrarks d.amond. All players requested to be on hand. are SYDNEY. step in R program to stock Cape Breton woods with pheasants. 459 pheasant eggs haie arrived from Maine. Be- fore the end of the month 200- week-old pheasant chicks are ex- pected to arrive as uell. THATS M TDNU5HT! I WATEBLMG-? COWSTDTKS arrzi NC5W, OUS2 SPONSO2... THS. arrz wrri NOW CAN STXV IN LTL ABNER JACKASS OF ALL TRADES By Al Capp IN K.EW -YORK CITY. TWOS vnr TH' SKI-SHAPED NOSE SOBS UP ON TH" CIADD.O A F filNUTES. CA'NT BE. ABNER1L WEAR ,1. AU. AH GOT HOPE: TWE CM IN 3O E T-iis xsa FWCPJTE PROGRAM !N A MINUTES IS IT REALLY TO REMOVE TKE BRICK BRADFORD-And the Queen of Nigh By WILLIAM RiTT and CLARENQ: CiKAT NEWSPAPER! AND WHAT is Moee, MR, W SOT FIMN6 HOME WTTH YOU, WHAT EATING !4ER, ANY- VAYJ I'LL HAVE TO CUECK WITH 5ASQY, OUR LOCAL WOMAN H1YA, JUNiE. I'M WING OUT THE NEW JET J08 TODAY. WANT A RIDE? ;