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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE OUT ON A LIMB with LORIMEK FEXWICK Hurler Saves Game for Sox Jack Dernpsey, the old Mauler, lias been TtiaMrig a number, of rash statements lately, all ofj TFhich have been receiving reams of publicity. As a heavy eater who more once patronized Mr. Derepsey's restaurant chain. we have alwavs been one of his greatest admirers, "esoeeiallr when it comes TOP FLIGHT BASEBALL FOR 'PASS MAY 25 NATAL. B.C. The opeiuag of the baseball season in j the Crop's Xes: Pass mil take place OK Saturday. May 25 and v, Mav 26 iibeii a fao-game HERALD SPORTS WEDNESDAY, MAY Big Blairmore Show For May 24 BLAISMORS. (HNS) Bellevue Lions, who are behind a (By JACK Eari Johnson, a "ba Competition For Morris and Barrett Trophy Resumes 87th King's Plate Running May 25 J I 1 w his genius for making a -fireman- decisions rVp ceot. are. therefore, going to pass along of his rash statements- j In the place, the old soaring Boston Red Sox. cluo neecs one tie- penSsble reliefer icenater in i his A ems -a ho car. s'ep into the ?i midst of a battme rsiiy and quiet I appear? to name was I bravery j in action before he was comms- f "a lucky bum" a; best. >evertheiess I a fsrst teuteras' on the field ihe reasons for his change of snnd cj bulge veteran, aho na._______________________ no terror in enemy baseball bats-. eiayers froai the different teams on May 24th. rates as Croma's. relief ace with from Natal-Michel to Leihbridge. J One of the features of the ctle- Bo: HiUcres completed last year. These excitation gaaies were to Competition lor the Morris and Barrett Mixed Two-Ball Challenge Trophy will commence again tha coming ueekencl. Horace governor of the trophy, announced i today. Present the award are Dorothy Snancesky and Don-! aid Roy of ihe Country Club. The Moms and Barrett trophj games will be playec in the, bratio.i will be a interesting floor i can be challenged for by any golf- Merest xhicn orCy show put on ia the arena building! ers residing in Lethbridge and dis- ___, during the afternoon. The entire j trict. All challenges should be' cast for the various dances and; addressed to Mr. Barrett, who is in By EDGAR SIMON (Canadian Press Staff Writer) TORONTO. May tion of racing enthusiasts all over Canada will be focused on Toronto's Woodbine Park May 25 for the 87th and nlrf co5- con has oeen provided to help cut "down cf cattle. Detroit foum yesterca; a game hurl crivins a 6-4 tnonph Two coubles by the 27-vear-ole star set the pace ______ for" Boston's 26th victory in 33 changed according to Prof. Derap-I games. His second two-basser in Silly fcss become rather cher-1 scored the two nibs that tsfcsc curing his army sojourn, so j brcke "a 4-4 tie. sending Al Benton cherubic as s. matter of fact thai down to his fourth setback. In are interesting and will 20 doub: influence Conn, he says, made a good show- ing agasnst Lo'uis in their first meet- ing because of his superior speed .and boxing ability, anci for no other reasons. However, things have It especteo tsa: largest crovics for -s s-s a-il! _ c" -ro CKOWX MAY QCEEX Another feature of the celebra- lon wiU be the crowning of the ilay cuaen who will be the girl who obtained the most votes bv sell- admission tickets to the show _ _ the latter a member of last year's m tne arena. Ticket holcers are i dale is acuvelv takin" pa--E i Killcrest team. The three given a pance to win the prise district intermediate fastball It jus: hat a successful tr-.out at the, that will oe raffled off curing the, xhe in vltf. 4 Coaldale League Fastball Schedule COALDALE. there doesn't seem much chance that he'll be in to? shape by June 19ih. Conseauentlv i- appears in- conceivable tna; he will display any- thing like the saeed and boxing abiUty that made the chsmp look in for twelve rounds. lass 12 on relief Johnson has allowed onlv two hits." CLEVEHN0 AVINS The first place margin was increased to full games vhea New Yorfc Yankees fell before Cleve- land's Bobby FeUer. 7-2. Rapid Robert, facing the Yanks for the Keats j first time since his yield- Successful Golf Meet At Mi River MILK; RIVER. (HNS> era! hundred fans from the a -i-ie. schedule caace in the evening mainder of 1946 follows: The celeoration will commence at; 1 o'clock in the afternoon with a the league, for the re- new vice-regal couple. Viscount and Lady Alex- ander, in attendance, a -field of Canadian-bred three-year-olds will go to the past ia quest of the purse of 50 guinJas, gift of the king and added money. The royal donation was originally made in 1859 by Queen Victoria in response to a petition from the Tor- onto Turf Club through Governor- General Sir Edmund Head for a Queen's Plate of 50 pounds "10 be run for at Toronto or such otiier place in Upper Canada as Eer Majesty might, appoint." Carmangay EUdl Club Retains Challenge Trophy CARMANGAY. (HNS) la a close game at the Carmangay dia- i oiond on Monday the Barrhill team failed to regain the challenge cup. Carmangay won the game by 5-3 count. Barrhil! scored the first runs in the fifth inning which was evened 1 when they met tne s by Carmangay -aith their turn to bat. An error by BarrhiU, a base on balls and three hits by Carmangay in the seventh inning were the de- ciding factors in the game. Only four hits were allowed by R. Shearer. Batteries: Shear- er and R- McLeod; Dick and K. Bartlett. 4 Carmangay 000 020 13 C.C. Trim Cadets 13-1 Sea Cadets went down to a re- sounding defeat Tuesday night al the Henderson Fastball Burdett Ball Club Defeats Etzikom BDRDETT. A sched- was tracks until Woodbine became its perinaneni site in 1SS3. James White's Don Juan was the first winner of the plate at Carleton, now S551 School S being for the best floats, I decorated cars. etc. Sports for the children, tricycle races and ladies' fastball games are other items on the celebration program. has> ed only fire blows and Mr. Demasey. because he still Mav 24 Lvle having retained his punch- please line up right. Now for Dempseys second pre- cicnon. and this will meet; with favor good old England and good old English hearts beas fen-entij-. Briefly he claims thai Bruce "Woodcock, who was belted on the chin for keeps las: Fnday br Tami Maxciello. is the place over Philadelphia. In the National Leszue. ihe pesky Phillies knocked St. Louis j Cardinals. 4-3, jumping the Reel j Birds into a first place lie with Brooklyn Dodgers who were rained i ou: cf then- game with Cincinnati 5 after playing one inning. Wet grounds forced postpone- rain in the morning but turned out to be a beautiful The Milk Riverites served a lovelv I lunch a: noon. f ResulU Following are the results of the C: The Seagram Stable of Waterloo. nu has been most consistent winner of the guineas, establishing j an eight-year monopoly from 1891 to 1898. and carrying off top honors no less than 20 times. A Seagram entry. Kanshore. is a candidate for this "year's running. C. Hatch of Toronto who has won the plate five times in the last, 10 May Coaldale Plates Seniors. ilay r az Readymade: White School dett and Stzikom ended with a score of 7 to 3 in favor of Burdett. Score bv innings: Burdett Etzikom 001 010 R. Clark and L. Emard; Olson, and A Stromsoe. Emard. Cooper. 6; OJsoa, 4. MEN I Championship Plight Hender- best British fighter eter to show ua ihe Uaised States. __ .--A A Purthermore he ciqimg thai if he j fead Woodcock under his ample wing j for six months that s. ioz of won- derful things would happen. For instance. Mauriello would be beaten in a resarn fight, and "Woodcock eventually would become the best heavyweight; in she world, with the possible exception of Louis Conn. menc of the Pittsburgh-New York i son, Shelby, won from Bennet game. Chicago Cubs and Boston Magrath; Joice. Shelby, won from were noi scheduled. iniler. Magrato: Tencant, Coutts. I won from Turner, Magrath, won from Grover. Wren- Some statement for s. nsaa who fcas never been ia the ha'ais of sing- ing Rule Britannia. A BIT OF EVERYTHING Art Rice-Jones, who -used to play goal for those SUmpeders from Calsary, is in Vsracoorer with, eight month's of illness confronting him and the possibility of losing most; of his left leg he received the injury during the war... Two triple plavs in one ball game is really something but it happened recently in a tussle between the Frostbnrs. and Komney, TV. Va.. clubs of the Bi-State Ainatenr The Spike Jones affair at the Arena training for embryo wrestlers, foot- hallers, and peouie who vecrure on ouses during rush hours. The WUlingdon. Cup, emblematic of in- terprovincial amateur golf suprem- acy, will be competed for again this year at the Mayfair CInb in Edmon- ton on July 29th the last pro- vince to win it was Ontario in 1939 their team of Sandy SomerriHe, Jack Nash, Pha Farley and Gordon Taylor. Jr., posted a record score of 583 for a total of 144 holes of play or an average 18 hole score of 72.8. The liverpool (England; soccer team, takes on Toronto Ul- sters in Toronto on June 5. It 3s assumed that the five best golfers as the two local clubs will partici- pate in the new Herald Trophy competition handicaps will not be taken into account we uader- -Stand that spectators will be more than velcorne sz these matches should produce just about the best golf seen in these parts for a number of years. Stan Howard, ace of the Lake clnb, is one of the best amateurs in Alberta falthough he won't admit it) and is well worth watching. Broder's Team Trounces Coaldale (Special to The Herald.) Ia an exhibition fastball game played at Coaldale on Sundav the Broder Canneries defeated the Coal- dale Lyles la to 8. The Broder team started off with seven runs in the third inning and then coasted easily until the last two innings, when Lyle's vainly tried to stage a raliy. The gams wss topped off by four home runs. one for Coaldale by Graham., and three for Broder's. The Broder fccmers were batted out by F. Meheden, G. Meheden and H- Hud- Baseball American League New Tork___000 000 5 2 Cleveland ___400 100 K 1 BeveES. "vTjght, Gtsacen Dickey; FeHer and Kaves. 4 Detroit......220 000 5 0 DobsoE. Bagby, Johnson and EL Wagner; Tracks, Benton and Hich- arcs. Philadelphia 100 100 8 1 St. Louis 100 003 7 0 Savage. Christonher and Bosar; Kramer and National League Si. Louis.....020 010 9 0 Philadelphia. 000 103 12 1 "Wilks, Martin and Odea; Jurisch, Karl, Raeensberger and Semmick. "Pittsburgh aj-Kew Torfc. Cmcin- nactt at Brookyln. postponed. No other game International Syracuse----000 000 001 5 2 Newark.....000 100 000 6 0 Carter. Bobeck and Just; Karpei and Pailon. Buffalo......100 000 11 2 Toronto......05l Oil 8 2 iMaeller and Tabacheck; Erautt, Coleman and Vount.' Jersey CiJy 010 000 8 2 Baltimore OCO 040 7. 2 Snmerich. Fowler and Pruett; and "RTgrm Rochester at Montreal, rain. Pacific Coast San Diego at San Francisco, rain. American Assn. St. Paul 2, Milwaukee 4. Toledo 10. Indianapolis 8. Minneapolis 1. Kansas City 4. Columbus 4, Louisville 0. Chapman Camp Trims Cranbrook CRANBROOK. (HNS) Twice stemming multiple ran threats by smart field work. Chap- man Camp evened a. home-ana- home sof tbail series with Cranbrook Sawmills on the Cranbrook diamond Sunday ia a 5-4 win. Two Camp runs started on errors while SaW- mills cashed in Camp errors for two of their runs. Vincy Downey, Miner captain, played in centre field, well matched bv classy out- field Camp work by Collier, Mc- Kee and James. MXEUPS Gibbons, Cliff Kilbum, Robertson, B. Johnston. L. James, son. Both teams ulayed excep- Colvin, H. Collier, McKee Bill Lea- Sonally good bait Batteries: Coaldale Etrns and Thompson: Broaers. Mc- Ewen, F. Meheden and Ontkean. VOGUE man. Stevenson, Wheaton. Al Bak- ken, K Sberlein, p. V Downey, j. Downey, A. Hughes, D. Mitchell. J. Lancaster. Glenwood Sports Meet Well Attended Semi-Finals Henderson from Joice; Tennanc won Turner. won from derson. Firs; Ehierx, runcerup. Second winner; 730 Eagles.............. 756 Sitson Sids 710 Ansraeos 8C6 Peterson 197. Ladies A: Radars...... .___ winner; 808 S2S Snow 203, Pratt 210. Comets 831 S02 Hits and Misses...... Horn 205, Moody 222. 683 731 90S S20 853 802 375 714 Third Flight Dison, winner; Mills, runnerup. Fourth Fught Appbn, winner; Schenour, runnerup. Fifth Flight. Blasall, winner; Jones, runnerup. Sixth Flight Sveningson, winner; Ftjley. runnerup. Seventh Kihn, winner; Uemll Smith, runnerup. Eighth Fltht 3ohm, winner; Sievert, runnerup. Jvinth Flight Hovaa. winner. 10th Flignt F. Smith, winner. llth. Ruhr, winner. 12th IL Quina, winner. 13th Flight "H. Sllert, winner. 14th Flight D. Hovan, winner. 15tb, McKenna, winner. tADIES Championship Flignt Mrs. S- 1 TTannBh Shelby, won from 3rlrs. Finlay. Milk River; Kathleen Foley, 110k River, won from Mrs. Mc- Queray, Sunburst; Mrs. Oliver, Coutts, won from Mrs. Henderson, Shelby; Mrs. Klinger. Shelby, won from Mrs. H Smit-h inik: River. Seroi-Finais Kathleen Foley won from Mrs. Hannah; Sirs. Oliver won from Mrs. Klinger. Due to lateness of the hour Mrs. was declared winner on low score and Kathleen Foley, runnerup. First Flight Mrs. Henderson, winner; Mrs. McQueray, runnerup. i Second Mrs. Rivers. Milki River, winner; Mrs. ilellanus. Wrentham, runnerup. j Third Flight Mrs. Heitpas, Sun- j burst, winner; Mrs. Burns, runner- i up. Fourth Helen Hembre, winner. Fifth. -Margaret Coates, Superiors _.. 789 937 Robots 818 Bulpitt 247. Aird 206, M. Mossey 205, McAllister 207. Carciaais 877 Wings 965 Fisk 239, Eleanor Star 262. Stickers 913 BmtSres 743 Linn 192. Dodgers 979 Quints 923 811 892 712 675 793 876 Bikman 221. M. Miller 214, Mary Thomson 218. Tonight's Games pjn. "3" League: Grads vs. Patnsimos, 2-3. Rockers vs. Gang Busters. 4-5. TJBXK vs. Bank of Commerce. 7-8. Maple Leafs vs. Gazelles. 9-10. Bank of Montreal vs. The Pegs. 1-6. p.m. League: Jokers vs. "Whosits. v7oolworths vs. Pin TJps. Safeways vs. Telephone Girls Zeros vs. Anameo- Kitson Kids vs. Eagles. Thursday Games "B" League: Bank of Commerce vs. Maple Leafs, 2-3. Grads vs. Bank of Montreal, 4-5. Gazelles vs. The Pegs. 7-8. T-3_D. vs. Rockets. 9-10. Gang Busters vs. Patnsimos, 1-6. Magrath Pupils Win Sports Day Prizes SPRING COULEE.