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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MAY 27, 1946 OUT A TWIG LOEIMEB FEXWICK SY local baseball players who A occasionally make the odd bungle or two in the field will feel much better when they finish reading this tragic tale about Smead Jolley, former right-fielder for the Chicago White Sox. Saxead. who was dynamite at the plate but rather like a lovesick ele- ohant in the outfield, made three hisiorr-making plays a number of years "ago when his teara was play- ing Cleveland Indians. Senators Climb To Third Place By JOE KEICHLER. Associated Press Sport Writer, Don't look now. but those amaz- ing Washington Senators practically are breathing on the necks of the second-place New York Yankees and r of FASTBALL PKACT1CE Mihalik's fastball team wi hold a practice 7 p-tn, on Monday at St. Basil's school ground. All players are urged to attend tne important practice. 12 have won 10 of They all occurred after Milt Gal- atzer of the smashed a drive into right field, Jojley, charg- ing like a turtle with a hotfoot. tried to field it but the blasted peliei rolled between his legs for an error. Grunting with embar- rassment the big fellow turned around just, in time to see the horsehide bounce off the wail. Again he bent down and again the ball rolled between his legs for an- other error. no doubt infuriated have closed wizbin IVa games of Boston's American league leaders. Overshadowed by Use Red Sox irith their spectacular early-season 15-game -winning streak, the Nats and since May their last 12 games to climb" Iroai deep in UK second division to third place- Spearheading ifee advance has been first baseman Mickey Vernon, who leads all major league hitters with a .405 batting xoark and has hit in 22 consecutive games. Vemon collected three ol Wash- ington's eight hits yesterday. In- cluding his fourth home run. in 3-2 triumph over Philadelphia Atheltics. Rain washed out the second game 01 a scheduled doable- header. The Red Sox. aided by Tex Hughson's masterful pitching, gain- ed an even split with the Yankees Sunday for a 2-1 game edge in the -crucial" week-end series. Hugbson triumph, together the St. Louis Cards' split in Cincinnati, in- creased the Dodgers' first-place lead to games.. HERALD SPORTS PAGE NINE Cincinnati came from behind to defeat the Cards 5-4 after the Red Birds had won the opener 4-3. Chicago White Sox celebrated Teddy debut as a big league manager bv trimming Detroit Tigers twice. 3-1 and 2-1. I Bobby Feller was just another j pitcher to St. Louis Browns who slammed the vaunted firehaller for 15 bits to whip Cleveland 8-2 in the 1 opener of their doubleheader. Steve j Gromek handcuffed the Browns.' 2-0 with four hits In the nightcap. New York Giants used a barrage of extra-base hits to bury Boston Braves under 12-4 and 7-0 scores. Pittsburgh handed Chicago Cubs their fourth straight defeat by belt- ing a trio of hurlers for an 8-2 de- cision in the opener of a scheduled twin bill. Rain forced postponement of the second game. DODGERS AND L.C.L WINNERS The powerful No. 3 Dodgers, cut- ting loose with a wild scoring spree Saturday night at the Henderson Fastball Stadium, swamped the Sea. Cadet club to claim a 23-1 victory. In the second game of the evening, plaved under the lishts, the team handed Columbus Club Shas- tas an 13 to 9 beating. In the daylight fixture Rocky Robinson pitched steady ball for the Dodgers, allowing but three hits and giving only one walk durrng the play. Cadets were altogether out- the Sea Cadets 000 001- RH E 1 3 12 1 0 Baseball National League SUNDAY GAMES Chicago 2, Pittsburgh 8. St. Louis 4-4, Cincinnati 3-5. Boston 4-0. yew York 12-7. Brooklyn 5-6. Philadelphia 4-2. SATURDAY GA3IES Boston 3, New York 5- Brooklyn 7, Philadelphia 1. Lethbridge Miners Defeat 'Hat Team and Jolley -.fas _..---------------------- _ by this time. At any rate he lum- blanked the Yanks with three nsts bered after the ball, picking it up! in the opener so shade Floyd j just as Galaizer rounded third base on his way to home plate. This was too much. Smead there- upon decided that he would teach the caddish fellow a lesson and throw him out at the plate. With great deliberation he wcuna up and let the pellet into the grandstand. This was his third error oa the same play which is a Bevens. 1-6. The Yanks took the nightcap. 4-1. DODGERS EXTEND LEAD Brooklyn Dodgers extended their latest streak to seven straight by sweeping both ends of a double- header from the Phils in Phila- delphia 5-4 and 6-2. The twin CHAMPS KEEP GOLF TROPHY record that no ballplayer is par- ticularly anxious to surpass. son. Second game: R a E Columbus Club 006 110 973 040 17 1 Fix and Arisman Pakuski and Coyr.e- Pankhurst and Harvey. Officials: Mel Friend and Oddie Lowe. RE-STOCK MUXKOE LAKE CRANBROOK. B.C. Four of the baa teanss of the Coaldale in- termediate League played games under most inclement weather con- ditions last Wednesday evening, when both games were called after the sixth on account of darkness. The Coaldale Pirates played School Juniors at White and cams out winner with a 14 to 1 scora. three home runs being garnered in by the Pirates, while White Seniors and Lvles Rookies plaved a tie- game at Coaldale. 2-2. Painful, Pus Filled Boils the Cause of Much Misery If vou suffer from boHa you. know how ack and miserable they made you feel. Boils are aa outward indication of insptmtiiw m the system, and just when you thiafc you are rid of one another crops up to twee ita place prolong your misery. All the lancing and poulticing you can do may not stop To help crercome boils vou should purify the blood, so why cot that old, reliable blood medicine, Burdock Blood Bitters, a. chance to show what it will do in helping you get rid of tiemt uaed it this purpow for the part 60 years. Why not you? The T. Chic Young Registered US. Pateni; OKAY DEAR, IlL BE RIGHT DOWN Keg DONALD Walt Disney Registered tT.S. Patent OfSca NOTHIN' TO TTl HURT X SPT! GOi.V DOWN TO IJI, Al Capp r_AH RES.-LIZE MAE. HAINT AS VOUk4G AS USEtA BE-SUT, E-JEM AT STILL. SC3JND !N V1MD AN1 LJ.13, ANT MAKE. A FINE WIFE AN' A VflLLJN" S4 TH' TURNIP FIELDS COMMENCES LI'L AS-NER'S REPIX TMAH MCX3SCAL T TMARRY THET A BUT THARS O" OTHER FISH IN TM' SEA. TMARRY THE %v-E GAi. IT'S trt-wp ynAMBCXJTY-ttOO1 TV.' ftYt FO'EVAH.' LtMA TH' HYEKA-HYAB AH ALL-A.S' nKf TH' WtST PROVIDER WIN BRICK BRADFORD-And the Queen of Nighr BRICKS JET PLANE CIRCLES TIMAK'5 MOUNTAIN- PEAK TOWER IN FINAL SALUTE TO HIS OLD FBiENO 8v WILLIAM RITT and OARENCE AMD THES ROARS OUT OVER THE ICY WASTES OF THE TO REACH THE CHILL OP THE SOUTH ATLAMT.C ;