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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MAY 28, 1946 OUT ON A A TWIG with LOKIMER FENWICK NUMBER of people have CHICAGO CUBS DOWN CARDS 4-1 Baseball National League HERALD SPORTS PAGE NINE British Golfers Room and Board by Ahem Win Openers Woa Lost Pet Brooklyn............ 23 10 .687 St. Louis 20 13 .6051 Cincinnati.___.___. 15 14 -517j 16 15 .515 ers froia each local club can participate ia competition for the Sew Herald golf trophy. WeU. pull more. .._ 11 up your chairs end vre'U tell you The was donated by the Herald in order that there might By JACK HAND (Associated Press Sport Writer.) to southpaw Johnny AW Chicago Cubs aren't "ecu- 16 17 .485j St. Loais Cardinals any [New York___....... IS 13 .4711 Pittsburgh 13 16 .443; Failure of the Bruins to beat the Red Birds more than six timeg in 22 meetings last season almost cost- manager Charley Griraza a pennant. The Cubs may not repeat as Na- Philadelphia S 24 .250; St. Louis 000 000 be an annual competition between order that the golfing against St-_Louis wiib. Sehaiiiz do- public could have aa opportunity of seeing Letabridge's best golfers perform under tournament, cosidi- lions. lt was felt that at best there are only ten to twelve good golfers in the city, ia other words, golfers who have handicaps of eight or less. Therefore the donors 01 the Trophy l assumed that the only way to gel these good golfers on display all at the same time was to have the five best players from each club plav each other. We hope you un- 5 0 Chicago.....010 003 9 1 ___---------------------r------- Kluuz: tional league champions but it's a j Schmitz ana MeCullough. cinch they'll better their 1945 record j Cineinnatti at Pittsburgh, New j j- "York at Brooklyn, rain. Jfo other ing the bulk of the work. Chicago has spJit even In six starts against the Cardinals wish Schmitz earning two of the de- cisions, his latest being a 4-1 vic- torv in yesterday's only XatJonal league contest. St. Louis reached the lean southpaw for only five hits. games scheduled. American League Boston In 18 Washington the pennant favorites j Grimm's new ace for j derstand. The matches this year will be played at the Country Club, while next, year thev will take place on the fairways "of the Lake course. Arrangements haven't been com- pleted as vet but the singles matches will probably be played on Sunday, June 9. only two runs and 12 hits. In the American league. Ted; in tne American league, ira; Chicago Lyons' regime as Chicago Whjte j phiiadelpi Sox manager continued to produce i successes third St. Louis, 9-2- With Lute AppUng's four Xew York 23 19 19 16 16 13 9 Won Lost Pet 29 9 .763 15 .505 1st. Louis i Philadelphia 14 18 20 21 20 97 _i -57S 314 i .444! .432; -3S4! .250 as the Sox reeled oS their 201 20 01 straight triumph, trimming 5 2 i j Lopat and Dickev: shirlev. Gale- j With Lake AppUng's four blows Hollinasworth, Kinder, La- j leading the attack, the Sox oaried maccnsa ang Helf. i the Brownies under a 20-hii, bar- j rage while Ed Lopat coasted home j to his third verdict. Lopat had aj shut-out up to the eighth. j Hain forced postponement until! tonight of the Yankee 'stadium night baseball debut. Washington SOUTHPORT, England, Mar 23-; former British ania- I teur champions their opening i matches in the British amateur golf I to'jrnameat which osened Monday. MiDers And Babes Win Fastball Tilts j'PEG HORSE 1COMES FIRST i CALGARY. May lass. owned by tee Riverside Stable of Winnipeg, and ridden by jockey i R. Hawksworth yesterday captured 3-icketep handicap, Sfib. and won the "title in 1929 and ncore -Jse doublebeader at! oFtSe CalzaTr spring racing meet. crown throughout the the new Henderson Fastball; 'ound ed George Holdcroft four and three. stadiua. In a snappy game be- -y-'etosfa. cral and "the Sve A crowd of approximately 400 Ales Kyle, stocky links-nan 'vho jastbali fans turned out Monday j three and two. >d i post and after cfrar.gjffg positions fielding oy c.uos. tfie sprint weakened In British Golf Champ Here To Play Yank games._______ by a 23-13 count, in a short. xix-ir-ninz dissiav. The were: The girls :onmng under j NEWCOMER WINS B.C. Jisce.j coup TOURNAMENT improved- YASCOCVEBi> YORK. May in? and alfab'e 1 ruffled by the prospect i jumping off a ship Icto a 36-hole ir-ouahou' zaine. _ chaUenle golf match with such Tugboat operator HHrschscaa i TOKhv opponent as Byron Nelson.: Vancouver a corspar- Dick Chemnski swauea out a aome run arfve gou. spraae a !for the Mulers. i iiondar del ;feis teammate. Jerry Marion, cafSdian amatair champior. the attention of sans whea he, 3 .Q tlje 35-hoie Si do'sm a hot line ?jOnday so capture the Brit- i" ith Columbia amateur the British open champion. Dick f i Burton, arrived Monday or. the r-e Griasholm after 10 days at sea. I He and Nelson play the first 13 holes on their over Charles River Country Club at Newton. Mass., Wednesdav. the final 13 as part of Goodall: Linescores: I round robin toumamer.t at the Catellis 100 101 OOt- "Winged Foot dub la Maraarcneck.: Oil XT Washington at New YorSc. Detroit Cleveland, rain. i Yanks StiU Out International jTo Stop Mexicans SimOlG j much difference in the abilities of the respective players. It is also I hoped that winter rules (improving vour lie on the fairway or around I the greens) will be declared taboo.! attraction with a crowd 70.000 expected. MILK RIVER SCOUTS HOLD SPORTS wav from ovr- all business places being closed. The Hooke Praises Alberta Hotels Won Lost ?ct! YORK May EDMONTON. May Montreal 23 11 .675; York Yankees filed a motion hi vir.cial Secretary A. J. Hooice. in an 19 12 .613: state supreme court iloaday N.y, Thursday. -.le 328 8SQ R.H.E. 7 3 S i Batteries: Koskoski and Yaaosik: Price. BeHiveau and Harris. SWoolWorth.....1052 11 3 j Eaton..........4 33 3 11 Games between Collegiate and I Columbus Club Shastas. and Hut- f tons and Shaughnessy. scheduled Syracuse Baltimore..... Newark............. 17 Toronto 16 Rochester 14 I Buffalo 13 Jersey City 3 n _ it. to create goodwill beyond Alberta Tomght s and vou are in the same position." I 8S5LS Mi-, vice being provided. For six years. i they were the club. he said, hotels had operated under difficulties, with short staffs and some untrained help. Gooes were j rationed, buildings deteriorated and still the public demands yen-ice as in nrevious years, but they had! managed to get around their diffi- culties. BARONS AND VULCAX PLAY DRAW GAME CHAMPION Victoria a report that Tleld Marshal Vis- j Day was a day of excitement for count Montgcmery is going to Cairo i Champion with three baseball to take part in the negotiations over a new Anglo-Esyptian treaty. The report was published in the Daily Mail. Calvert-1622 Strathcona -1885 v, v', r ff yy X In 1885 BARON STRATHCONA and MOUNT ROYAL United Canada 300 Years Ago AtCrsigelLteHf, high in theRockies.in 1885, Donald Alexander Smith drove home the yolden spike to complete the Canadian Pacific and thus was Canada linked from coast to coast. Governor of the Hudson's Bay Company. Member of Parlia- ment, Canadian High Commissioner, this great statesman dedicated his life to the causa of unity. Well may it be said there was man 'of vijion, a clear-headed Canadian; CALVERT United Two Continents IN 1622 CALVERT, famous English statesman and Secre- tary of State to King James I, helped to unite the Old World and the New. Founder of colo- nies in Newfoundland and Maryland, Calvert's ideals of unity did much to foster under- ,standing and friendship be- tween two great continents. Man of Vision, Calvert, early in the 17th century, said, "Pre- serve unity... prepare for the and he set the ex- ample by his own actions. Caivert's ideals of unity have been shared by all men of vision since Calvert's time. Today let each of us be a man of vision __let us work earnestly for a united Canada. Upon unity of purpose depends the full measure of our stature as a nation. There is only one Canada jor clear-beaded games being played In the after- noon and evening. The following teams played a game each and the winners played in tiie evening: Champion vs. Vul- can, Vulcan defeating Chamaion 6-5 in 10 innings. Barons vs. Car- mangay. Barons defeating Cannan- y 14 to 7. Barons and Vulcan tied. Quints vs. Wings. Diamond E vs. Stickers. vs. Bombers. p.m. Radars vs. Comets. Grenadiers vs. Robots. Canadians vs. Shamrocks. Catelli's vs. SpitSres. Cardinals vs. Lusterises. p.m. Kitson Kids vs. Woolworths. Anameo vs. Jokers. Eagles vs. Whosits. Zeros Telephone Girls. Pin Gps vs. Safeways. BELGIUM'S DAVIS CUP TEAM TO MEET SWEDEN BRUSSELS. :Vfay 28. gium's tennis team -won the right 10 j meet Sweden in the semi-final j rounc; of the European zone's Davis j Cup eliminations Monday by defeat- ing China's squad 3-2. WINS BOWLING MARATHON BILUNGS. Mor-t., May A blistered thumb was the only CHAMPION BASEBALL CLUB thing Walt Coieman. 35. of Lewis- AVENGED; BEAT VULCAN j town. Mont., had to show todav CHAMPION (HNS) The j for 100 lines of bowling completed THAT REMINDS WO. HCUCW GBOUNO BLADES ARE IN THE Champion baseball team took its revenge on Sunday afternoon in Vulcan when they played against the Vulcan team and won with a score of 17-14. in 11 hours. 59 minutes with a total score of 19.586. Colernan won a j IOC-game bowling marathon yester- j day. believed to be the first ever! staged. i Good-bya to shaves that won't out you switch to PAL HOLLOW GHOCKD.Pal's jfarifefe edge takes the" bounce" as it runs over facial off wiry whiskers with a feather-touch. For more and better shaves per biade. ask for the new PAL GROUND. 4 for lOc. 10 for 25c. 50 for SI. Chic Younsc Registered TJ.S. Patent Office T DONALD Walt Disney Registered Paten: Office XSP f' ?AE >1 J LIT- Al Capp WE IF WE NEED A SHOVE OFF I MAN TO MOW, i WE'LL DONKEY GET TO A NORTHERN U. S. PORT. CAPTAIN "-THE. INSPECTOR wiu. BE __ AMY MIMUTE.r.r- SEAWOKTHY AN' AH co T LOWER SCOSSOVTA.'' i i n' SHE IS PUASN ?-AFTER A LONG WlF A MESS O' DONKEV15 EVEN AH IS A EXPERT MIINGLEC3 DONKEYS LiFEr-KTOwS'EJ AM' SHE'LL LOOK GOOD FDR TRIP TO BRICK BRADFORD-And Queen of Nigh? By WILLIAM RITT and CLARENCE GRAY i BOCK, WH6HT OF THIS NE 15 AM EVEN POUNDS eicar Meads Call for... a United Canada Calvett DISTILLERS (Canada) Limited ONTAR.O INTEREST OF NATIONAL UNITY BY CALVERT DISTILLERS VOUR, PEST'S AND MY W7H THE SUPPLIES .TOTALED AN- OTHER POUNDS CHECWED TWG5E TWICE BEFORE TAKIN OFF, AT iNEW'SFAFERi .NEWSFAPEH! ;