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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SOUT ON A x LIMB vttfc LOKIMZJt FENWICK HERALD SPORTS SATUKJJAl, MAY 25, 1946 Galbraith Track Miners Ball Team Field Results Makes Clean Sweep __Defeat Picture Butte 6-4 and 10-7 Four Records Broken, One sun. nausi have been r yesterday because J an awful tot. of rec noses J NeW Champions tins snorcing when we came to work. It urasri't 100 si any i rate. to spoil any of the sporting j iestiviries "because si! reports IKCI- cate tJbst the fasibai? gaices, the baseball doubleteacer, and the golf and :o-ecs a ere great successes. pis-red stenciy alne faoJes! of golf o'irselves and took a bit j of tae Henderson Stadium Four records went by the boards and one other wss equal- led List Friday when students at the GalbraiSb. school held annual track and mid meet. The program 'O11- under the direcuon ol MeKillop. and wig: 3. F. Fysh. T Snail D. Martin; 2. L. Bloudoff: 3. H- Keener. 50 E. Xjrcse; 2, B. 3. C. Urban. X-iTcse; 2. so) of (By HERS WASXOP) Close to '800 fans saw Ollie'. FRUNS IN FIRST STANZA Alain's 1S48 edition of trie Leth- j Spotting Picture Butte four Oaofrychuk who in turn chucked to I first, for an easy out. runs E, Toove Dog B. S y; 3. 3. HacjUtoa. staged at the Galbraish school OUT _ ore- the thinking wnn a znashle. Fo-unately'ihe team we were playing pur on a pretty niti- ful especially en the greens, so we didn't feel too baely j about it. the erald Is desirous of doinr. possible to eaeotirase junior sport in the citv and becJuse of the UCrab D. Berglund; 2, S Davis. 50 M. Msrqtns: 2, Adams; 3. A. Ankle M. Marquis; E. Efcckscn: 3. E. E Butte Hovals as the local baseball runs in their turn at hat. Fans Attend Stadium Opening By -RAINBOW" Pike, goldeye and pickerel fish- ermen had a. field day over the tercay. la afternoon opener. Miners more runs iii the second frame. i only at the favorite spots. Lakes hitlins power when] Meanwhile. Picture Butte cUcked i it was needed, and tight pitching in for their iifth nin ia the tiuro. stan- Doesn't it? good catches having A little suashine helps, vas a cuse crowd at the) fastball games antf they seerced :o be having a whale of a time. Srery- ssooihlv and every- sSmed -pressed, with the1 for 3. time at least, to reduce accounts to a bare minimum, in order to get tfaem into me at au. Because of this all future re- ports on >chool track and field meets will only the records that are broken and the champions. r.: 3. B. Deglau. pitched baa from Gordon is back to the dug-out. Hopping B. Degiau; 2. D. what spelled victory for the local Line Score (First Senune; 3. P. Kaianchlk. j nir.e. Fla I crops that will surpass the past i three hatches are forecast. R -H E The aforementioned, together with The Miners nut or- great ex- Royals......001 OO1 2 1.500 young pheasants coming to j 50 V. Masson: 2. F.: hibitions of daffiness out in the Miners the "umpiring, al- though we couldn't see zcuca it ourselves, the reason proo- ably that we weren't rootuis ior'anv aarticulsr team. We would have liked to have seen I hardball at Adams Park ana; are sorrv we didn't now because j we heard it was a very gooo. esm- BROiiEX OK. birion indeed. Tne Miners are sap- iiKUixt-> civ nosed to have a very classy nine i EQCAJULED andwe are looking forward :o see- I u Boys-Suanissg Broac Jump.: in tnese i bv JX. Bloucofi. Ola record, new record. Following are Hsied the eight sew sctool ciiamaiois: A Murray. B Bloucoff. C j> Salahor. A icniac'er. 3 Herbert. C Wooldr D Fields. 3. G. n Rao 50 J. 2. 3, J. Zasacny. 001 100 15 2 our districts from the government and Friend. j hatchery at Brooks, indicates a rosy Generals Score 9-3 Over Royals; Huttons Beat Catellis 5-2 crowd of approximately 3.000 sports fans tamed out Friday eve- ning to see the official opening of the Henderson Fastball Stadium, and to take in the snappv double- header arranged for that occasion, Two bands were at. the-ground for the event, the 20th Battery brass band and the Sea Cadet bagle band, and Mayor A. W. Shackle- ford tossed toe opening JjalL Other civic dignitaries taking part in the owning ceremonies were City Man- ager J. T. Watson, who wielded the hickory, and Alderman R. J. Kitson, who completed the battery. In the featured games. JScAr- Uiur's Generals downed Safeway Royals 9-3 and Huttcn's manned CateUi's 5-2. The grand opening was marred somewhat when a part in the new public address system burned put. making it impossible to introduce players and give a play by play V. field from time to time. So cid the j Umpires: Tomi-------------- Royals. But when the final Chios Linescore iSecond picture for the hunters tins fall. were down thev picked them up with! alacriiv. i Royals R H E! There is a possibility that the _..... Lethbridge and District Fish ana Sieve Smerek was i" the forefront Miners.....530 100 12 5 Game Association will run a re- The Umpires: Friend and Tomi. uiever trial early this fall. Write ban: 2. M. Marun; 3. H. Jones. A sad blow struck sportsmen of FASTBALL GAMES The following fasiball games will be played at the T Henderson Fastball Stadium on Saturcav and. Monday, v If possible" the complete., schedule of will be published in Monday's Her- aid. game: Sea Cadets vs. Dodgers; second game: Columbus Club vs. Collegiate. ganie: Ca- telu's vs. Millers: second game: WodwortQ's Ea- v ton's. commentary oa the How- Broad Jump. We can's i say excep; boss caused by tbe logger stride in British Colurabia, means thai we will aare to so out on a mucn shorter limb than usual Moscsr. And here is some grace news: if the strike lasts very long we nrcbably be wnncg tins piece at a3L A BIT OF EVERYTHING We never seem to pics them broken bv H. Schlscier. Old record, j Baseball National League j ice for the locals. i s----- 3 i 'Rovals threatened to eve" the The 'Hatters, long time rivals of the Pass district tms past weei with i count in the ninth, when after two the local squad are reported to be the passing of Walter J. Bartlett were down. Karren tripolPd to deep lining UD a oowerfu! crew of ball i left field, scoring Gillies and i tossers this year and should make Thomas, but Finlav grounded to' things hot for the Miners, eqaauSTiff M. Salahor. Record, j -g g I D broken fav G. Fielcs. new record. Q 100" B. Murray; 2, M.! Borowy. Erickson. Acaics and Mc- Dikum- 3. X. Livingstone." i Culloagh; Res and Camelli. .3- Murray, J- Frouws, j 000 OOi 000 38 TEAMS IN SUNDAY SCHOOL BALL LEAGUE First Games Next Tuesday 5 2 arvie is our choice. sentimentally -wouid like to sse Bluesweep wm. hue we wouldn't be; on him. Max-Lanier, Lou Klein, ana Freo star pUvers for at loms Cards have obaiced trsvel to visji Mexico they intend to go ss guests of a certain sporty called Pasqnel, and If tney stay there the Cards mieas_as well ive tro gT! hones of winning tee ational League permant -.The Red Sox claim that their gi R "batrins slump is cae_ 10 lack of batting practice tney had so manv men m camp tfiis soring thas no one got much time the plate. Only a. dozen of tee original HO nominations will start in "the King's Plate. Any cay we esnect to hear the seasons fish storv can's understand what's happened to tne boys. tnev-re later than usual teas year. And. talkiEg about fish do you ever listen TO tbs Fish and Game Asso- ciation's broadcast every Thursday well worsn tuning in on T. Monday's Games Commercial League Playoffs pja, Eatons vs. Gas Co., 2-3- Horne and PitSeld vs. Sick's Ec- terprises, 4-5. EHison Miiis -vs. Columbus Club T-8. T Cocsuiaers TS. Advance Lumper 3-10. Post Office vs. Vendors, 7-8- Canada Paint vs. Bannerrcan Mo toxs. 2-3- Peacock and Kitsoa vs. Pnntr Dairy, -r-5. and 2, F- Slaua 3, Frouws. Hunniag Broad B. Mur- rav 2, F. Slotta; 3, J. Prbuws- Running Hsh J- Prouws IV) -J., 3. aaurrayf 3. J. Shot; Murray M. Dikun; 3. F- Slarca. A- Variln; 2, G. rowa; 3. G. JackcL R. Elaschuk, L. Mars- den, G. Brown, B. Keller. Running Hoo-Steo and M.Bloudoff 2, B. Toovey; I, J. Zasadny. Running Sroad Marscen 2, J. Zasadny; 3, M. Bioudoff. Running High B. Lee 2. ii. jSioudon; 3, J. Zas- Shot J. Zasadcy (22'60; 2, L. Marsden; 3, F. C 75 N. Blqucloff; 2. J. Dues; 3, M. Tronsgard. J. Berry, J. Dues, F- Barva, 31. Marta. Ronning Broad N. Biou- doff 2, US. Ttonguard; 3, J. Dues, Standing Broad M. TVonsuarG 2, JS. Blou- doff; 3, F. Barva- Sunning Hiah N. Bloa- doff Girls- by June 30. i Saiahor; 3, B. Suetta. M. Other clubs mast register 10 play- Raruucg Broad M- Sala- by June 30 ac to 10 more bv hor 2, G- Field; 3, E. Ness. _y 7. 1 S'-andjng To qualify as Juniors, players 1 Field must have been bom on June 1st, rose. 1927, or a later date. Running Entries must be placed in the Fields; bands of A. W. "Chick" Macintosh. 3, E. Xess. 918-2nd Avenue South, district or- ganlzer of southern Alberta for the provincial playdowns. The dates owner and publisher of the Blair- more Enterprise. The deceased was considered a topnotch sportsman th in an active capacity and for ais willingness to devoie space in bis paper to the advancement of all lines of sport. This column joins with, all Pass and southern Alberta sportsmen in paying their resoects to a grand sDortsman. The Letnbricge association's crow and magpie egg competition is gaining momentum. Bob Faiers brought in 165 this past week and is now leading the field. Nice work. Bob but from numerous reports voull have to keep punching to] keen ahead of the field- Prizes do- nated bv local merchants will be on disnlav next week in the win- cows of the following stores: Ea- ton's, Morris and Barrett's and Consumers- Drop around and see the shiny new rifles, hunting boots and hunting knife for which you are competing. Closing date of the comoetirion is set for June 15, so we "would advise you to get your egss in to Ab Holt at Eaton's on or before that date. TIMELY TIPS If vou are planning on taking eggs on vour fishing and camping trip trv" this method to ensure against any breakage while travel- ling in your car or on your pack horses, etc. Simply break the shells of the eggs and pour the contents into a sealer (pint- or quart de- Dending on the desired ever the trouble was rectified just prior to the end of the second game, and the svstem will be in operation for aU future games. The game played under the glare of the new floodlights after dark was novel and pleasing to the crowd, impart- ing a "big-league" atmosphere to the event. The regular scheduled doubleheader games, planned for every weekdar; are sure to be well attended. One fixture each night will be plaved under the floodlights. For the "opening nisht 1.000-watt bulbs were used in the floodlights because others were not available, but commencing Monday 1500- wats lights will be used in" each of the lights, making the playing field even brighter. MAYOK OFFICIATES In his brief remarks at the open- ing ceremonies. Mayor Shackleford congratulated the Lethbridge Fast- ball Association for the fine job that thev have done, praising them "for their initiative and their hard mote vear-round sport among the vouth'of Lethbridge. In ihe daylight opener. McAr- thur's Generals took command right from the start. Sparked by their starry pitcher. M. Hannah, who wasn't even hit- until the fourtn inning, thev grabbed an early lead and added." to it, steadily as the game progressed. D. Scott, first to bats, brought them in a run in the first inning, and then in the second canto, M. Miller pat another on the score board. D. Scott wrapped up an- other run in the third. E. Lutzi homered in she fifth inning, chas- ing home F. Gordon ahead of her, and later in the inning Hannah, scored a run to boost the tally to six. They finished off then- scor- ing in the sixth when three more runs were garnered bv D Seminzen. B. McKay and J. Zuback. During the game they committed two er- rors. Royals failed to get on the score sheet at all until the final canto when E. Sancne. F. Merrick and E Maryancik each gathered up a counter. Marvancik's tallv was a homer. Royals committed five errors. Batteries were: McArthur's Hannah and Scott; which they have nut into this Lunde and Merrick and Toccoli. nf Tn He ursed fans to give the oraaniration their conrsnued suppers" and to "give these officers the" incentive to im- wove these grounds snd nrovice a high standard of fastoalL" He craised Fastball Association offi- cers, George McKfflon. and school oriccioals for their efforts to pro- Fin the sealer to the nrim and adjust rubber ring and top tightly. When required for use, pour the necessary number into the pan. leaving "the remaining amount in the sealer. Again adjust the top on the bottle and you will find the eggs will keep as "fresh as in the shelL Furthermore, your loss through breakage will be niL The i-iK-dar-old tie-UD of the Boston fishfag fleet ended after an agreement was sigred with the Atlantic Fishermen's Union by all but three of the trawler owners. the contest was much closer. Hat- took lesd in the second frame when TTkraimtz and Smerek rec a coulter. Another each run bv TJkrainitz in the fourth in- ning boosted their score to three, and st'G another bv to Hie shoved it UD to four. Their final tal'v WPS made in the last inning when Peterson smashed out a homer.- Catelli's gathered the first of their two runs in the second inning whec Mitchell capitalized on a single. Their final tallv was made by Zasadny in the final canto. Batteries were: ell and Herbert. Ogg and Ferguson: Catelli's Tiarnara and Koskoski and Andv Yanosik. Hunt and Odie Lowe. BANKING BACERS The original came of the banking family of Rothschilds was Bauer. BLONDIE THE CHILDREN'S HOUR Regfeterec CT.S. OSlce By Chic Young this vear from the territory south of Calgary: and east of Taber. It is open for the entire nrnnnce. Sponsored by Athletic Association, it xras Srst meet neld since the event was aiscontinued for the duration. J. Jenkins of -Claresholni broke a good account of themselves efore the season is over. Many o Jie old reliables are showing good. onn. In general, the opening sare iromise of a very successful season. Mackwellls Cardinals Nemesis Bv JOE REICHLER, Associated Press Spore Writer. St. Louis Cardinals, who couldn's 'see" Ewell Blackwell when the stringbean Cincinnati righthander was recommended to them five years ago. wouldn't mind at all if they never saw him again. N'ot only did the 23-year-old, six- loot-five-mcn fireball from Fresno. Calif knock the Redbiras out of their half of the top perch in tne National league standings last night, but he became the secona hurier 10 register two victories over the Cards. Pittsburgh's Ken Heintzsl- man is the other. In clipping the Redbirds' wings 5-1 for the Reds, Blackwell dealt the Cards only four hits and turned back six on strikeouts. Defeat dropned the Caros intc second place, one full game behind Brooklyn Dodgers who took over undisputed possession of first place bv whipoing Philadelphia Phils 8-1 TIGERS BEAT WHITE SOX Hal Newhouser joined Bostons Mickev Hams as the majors' seven-game winners when the lanky southpaw ace pitched Detroit Tigers to a 3-1 victory over Chicago White Sox. The garae marked the last appearance as manager of Jimmj Dykes, who turns over the reins to Ted Lyons today. Held hitless for the first seven GOODNSGHT MAMA, PEAR DONALD DUCK GAME CALLED! Registered TJjS. Patent OSce By Walt Disney innings bv Boston's Sd Wright New York Gianis came to life to tie the score an the last half of the ninth and the game 2-1 in the llth -wrhen Ernie Lombard! sniote pinch-hit home run. Rookie outfielder Ralph Kiner and veteran pitcher Preacher Roe com- 111 inches. The old broad jump rec- ord was 17 feel, 5 inches. S. Tereatach, Y. Crawford, i Fred Brook of Hillspnrsg won the i race for boys under given above are deadlines, and en- 50 D. Pysh; 2, B. Hel- 116; sve-mile road race event tn mer: 3. L. f tries niust be got to Mr. Macintosh i mer; 3, L. Ttockstad. j Rudoian jsr-denaert of ar.relay prior to the deadline date Lea? Frog Race-I. G. Dorigotti! ?he wiSrcr toVdcr that they may reach Cal- and K. Wilkie; 2, L, Trockstad and mas me winr-cr- eary bv the proper date. Any regis- D. Pysh; 3. C. Wing and K. Vath. not be 50 A. Urban; 2, E. Leto; 3, P. Stasuik. On All 4's T. MacDonald; 2. A. Urban; 3, E. Leto. Raymond tratiorls sent in late accepted. GOTTSELTG BECO3IES BASEBAtt SCOUT CHICAGO, May Man- ager Johnny Gottselig of Chicago Blacfe Hawks Friday was signed as a scout by the All-American Girls' Baseball League. 50 B. Nyrose; 2, J. Ikle; 3, J- Bolokoski. Balance B. Nvrose; 2, B. Doughty; 3, S. Helmer. Remember (By The Canadian Press) Britain's ace tennis player, Fred Perry, made his profes- sional debut in England nine years ago today against his old Davis cup rival. Ellsworth Vines. The ladv Califorman defeated hiia 6-2, 4-6, 6-3. pitcher last season, went down to his third defeat against only one victory this year. The onlv other schedued contest between Washington and the St Louis Browns, was postponed by rain. Barons Ladies Win Over Carmangay CARMANGAY (HNS) Thi fastball team played th' Barons ladies at Barons Wednes day afternoon with Barons winning 12-11. The same teams will play a Carmangay on Monday. S03BES! CKOOK! OH. VVHXT x PS.CISION! WUU THE UMP12E.' LI'L ABNER ANSWER TO A MAIDEN'S PRAYER- By Al Capp SUT STOP p, CALLING NAME. CONTACl HER Ai> DID YOO-OVEftTHEAtRf J DROP INTO A BROADCASTING STUDJO. SIMMY NIGHTS. TELL ANSWER TO DAISY KAE. O> LfL OV A you DGfSr xrxzJ-ccMz. TO tsm yaw? TXUE KE FOLKS Z ABUER-OOtfT ALL T5U-ST DAISY BRiCX BRADFORD-And the Queen ot Night BRICK, YOU AfcENT LEAVING WITHOUT JUNE? 8y WHOAM RnT and CLARENCE GRAY I'M TAKING OFF ON SCHEDULE. IF 6HE PREFERS TO SW HERE, THAT'S O.K. WITH ME! ;