Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 9

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 10
Previous Edition:

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1946 OUT ON A! TWIG with LOKDftEK FEXWICK A BIT OF EVEKYTHBiG OMORKOW the first round of a 36-hole challenge matcn between Bi-.-hara Bwrwn, British golf champ, and >el- will take place. Kelson is favored to sweep the greens -aith the Crowds at hase- ball ana faciball games have been encouraging and indicate that this place nas been starved for sport which augurs ior hockey prospects next winter. Only two hitters since the turn of the centurv have hit over and led tfleir "league in home-ruEi at the same time they are 'led Williams. oi the Boston KeU Sox and Napoleon of the old Philadelphia Americans. Babe Ruth and Ty Cabb, conwderea oy many to be the greatest Jutting sluggers of all unit never turneu me onek. in lact KUIA never once hit, .400. Cooc. wno lut -400 sev- eral times, only led his league In home-run production once, in IflOtt. According Kotarian sources the Waterloo golf course is in great iflape 18 complete holes will be in uie during uie entire sum- mer. Rememoer to tune in this Saturdsv on snort ware to the Behaont Stakes and cheer Assault in his attempt, to become the first triple-crown wearer since Count Meet. .The Calt Miners are al- Senators Harks dub Stan UP _____ By JACK HAND (Associated Press Sport Writer.) Washington's five-star pitching staff, mth its accent oa dipping iaucklers and darting butterSy pitches, looass as Use iatest stum- bling block in Boston's pennant path. Only seven games off the Red Sox pace, and a scant halt game out of the runrverup spot, Ossie Bluege's Nationals have "fluttered" she flag chase oa a sirring tiro-weefc record of 11 victories in their last 13 starts. The ancient Johnny Niggelicg and Leonard each have accounted for three decisions in the recent hoi streak, Niggeling going all the way three successive times. Roger WoUe, Mickey Haefner and Wai; Master- son of the starting contingent each have one verdict and Sid Hudson and Rae Scarborough triumphed on relief. Leonard's latest success was neat 2-1 effort against New York last, nigh-, spoiling both BUI Dickey's home debut as Joe McCarthy's suc- cessor and the Yankee Stadium's first eight game. DETROIT MOVES VP Detroit also closed on the leaders. FYeddy Huichinscn accounted for his second victory, 6-1, allowing only five Cleveland Chicago White Sox ripped off their fourth straight triumph for tempting "m The thesr skipper. Ted Lyons, slug- three St. Louis Browns hurl- for 13 hits and a 9-2 romp. very near future wita representa-1 mes ircm Calgary and tdmonton. ers It doesn't look as if teth- bridge children are going to have any more playing facilities next than thev have this year, the way the Civic Centre seems to be panning out. Max Lander of the Cards is supposed to been offered for five years play 11. the Mexican League. Ail the seats of the Bruce Woodcock-Fred- die Mills pugilistic get-together at Harringway have been sold. the fight-takes place June 4. At the present moment France is favored to whip all-comers in the Davis Cup plavdowns with the possible exception of the United States. Pass Junior League Baseball Schedule Following is the Crow's Nest Pass Junior Baseball League schedule for the season of 1946: June at Hillcrest. June at Michel. Red Sox were rained out against Philadelphia. In the National, Brooklyn's lead was sliced to two games on a com- bination of St. Louis' 12-2 slaughter of Chicago and New York's 5-2 night game edge over the Dodgers. Lefty Dave Koslo did a seven- hit job on the Brooks for his fourth success, snapping Brooklyn's seven- game victory string. Pittsburgh put on a big inning, scoring four in the seventh, to overcome Cincinnati, 6-3. A scheduled Boston at Philadel- phia mght game was rained out. This Week's Games, Sunday School Ball The schedule for local Sunday School Fastball League games has now beeu drawn up for this sea- son. AU games will begin at 7.00 pjn. Following are games listed for this ueek: Senior bovs: vs. June at Blairmore. I First Baptist, at the southwest cor- June at Michel. June at Hillcrest. June at Blairmore. June at MicheL Julv at Blairmore. JuJy at Hillcrest. July at MicheL July at HOlcrest. July at Blairmore. No More Horse Marathons, Calgary CAIiGARY, May ing receipt of reports that four horses had either died or had been humanely destroyed as a direct re- sult of the 30-mile race held at Midnapore on May 24. officials of the Western Riding Club, which sponsored the race, announced Tuesday morning that they would not sponsor any more long distance races in the furore. ner of the barracks; Meteor Tuxis (First United) vs. Macleod, at Mac- leod. Intermediate boys: Ss. Peter and St. Paul's vs. St. Pat's at St. Patricks high school grounds; Pats "B" vs. Macleod, southeast corner barracks grounds. Junior boys: vs. Southminster. northeast corner bar- racks grounds; St. Peter and St. Paul's vs. St. Pat's at St. Basil's school grounds. Baseball National League 000 081 14 0 5 3 %YUks and Garagiola; Chiptaaa. Adams. Enck- HERALD SPORTS Si. Chicago Passeau. soa and CinciBHaU 100 3 PiUsijurga 020 000 6 Heusser, Shoun atwi Tam Bahr, Ssrineeiicii acd Salkeid, Ca- melU. New York ____ 020 OOO 10 2 Broo'dya 000 020 7 1 Koslo and Warren; Hatten, Casey and Anderson. Boston at Philadelphia, rain. American League Washington 010 100 New York___100 000 15 2 St. Louis 001 000 5 2 Grove and Dickey; Ferens. Miller and Mancuso. Detroit.....000 002 9 0 Cleveland ___ 000'001 5 2 Hutchison and Tebbetts; Embree, KUeman and Hayes. Philadelphia at Boston, ram. International PAGE KIKE LEGION WINS Room and FASTBALL GAMES AAE POSTTOM0 FOR ALKXTtON IN ELOCUTOl SUPE23 RH I GAVE FO TWO >CTS Or LAKDSD A JOB AS AN T RADO STATOfl G-A-B' annual holiday tournament between the local lawn bowling clubs took place at the Army and i Kavy Club greens, under the best i ff of weather conditions, on Friday. Each club had five teams, and a Bumfcer of very close games played. The greens were in per- feet condition and both clubs had t an enthusiastic number of new J bowlers who showed coasicierabie, promise. j In she finals, the Legion. j Skip Knox. Tuffy" Thomas.' "Andy" Dykes, and "Tommy" Me- Lean, played a hotly contested: game against the Army and Kavy; skip; X. P. Stew-art, S. IX Tuesday's fastball scheduled to be played it the. new Henderson Park Stadium, -sere called off be- cause of a muddy diamond. following brisk rain showers. A steady drizzle Wednesday mcmiEg forced further post- ponements of today's games. Intermediate Ball Schedule Drawn Up asd HHlcxin Ccleinac. at _ t IP WFI L ffEO-A- SOtTTHPORT. Lancashire, Zag- i "Bob" Scot: ar.d George Jones. The land. May Tbe Bntish game was plaved pcor.t to point amateur golf championship Sela I nghi up ;o the Skip Knox made on the Insensediaie baseball 4, league next Sunday, June 2. With A, four strong teams in the league one 4.1 ot the beet bail seasons is A. fin the Pass. The complete schedule for ifce i summer is as lollops: Jane at BSairascsre. June, at, Xatal-Michsi. June as. CMeman. Jane as. June at, Coleman. June as Na-al- MsebeL June at Btairmore. June at Biajr- June at last end. -then began to take form "Tuesday wita Jaae at 3 a perfect draw. second and third matches reHusj Michel. ,shot to take the wincing pointf' along a: a fast clip and United away from K. contenders staying irell up j j The Laches Auxiliary served ja the competition. j lunch during the day and mem-; 3oth British and Americaa stars j I bers enjoyed the facilities provided scored victories in third roard for them. I Calvary is schedii the city Saturday. jfor the "Ken t and from information, recfivec. j ever. ,-as tfce defeat of Ian Patey. Coleasan at HUierest. June Blairznore at; ElBcrest. July at Cclercac. July Killcrest at July Ooiemaa at Blairmore. July Ccleasaa at .N Blajrsaore at HiScrest. 14 Blairsaore at Ooieman. Natal-Mlchei as HiU- Montreal 000 13 Buffalo......001 000 5 Buker and Franks; Houiieraan. Appleton and Tabacheck, Erautt. Newark........ 101001 5 O Svracuse.......100 009 4 Ij LONGSHOTS CALGARY CALGARY. May peek. Dubiel and Fallon; Carter j 5hois got down in front in three and Just. Newark Syracuse Moore and Just. 5 0 COO 000 1 3 0 and Fallon; Prendergast Toronto at Jersey City, postponed. American Assn. Milwaukee 13. Mirjaeapolis 3. Indianapolis 5-2. Columbus 0-4. Kansas City 6. St_ Paul 4. 4. Toledo 5. of the seven races on. yesterday's card. The fourth day of the Cal- garv spring racing ineet- Nikkuuta with lockey Sunquist up. romped home In the opener to return his backers S29.35 for a win ticket and coupled with Pas Craig winner of the second for a daily double worth The fifth and feature race of the day's card, a seven furlong event Belmont Park Race May Result In New Top Money-Winners NEW YORK. May 29. tory in the rich Suburban Handi- cap at Belmont Park Thursday could boost Armed ahead of Exter- minator as the M-orld's leading money-winning gelding, or could put Fiddle in position to Mexican Davit Cup Team Now In Canada MONTREAL, May The Mexican Davjs Cup team am-.ed here oy air from New York Tuesday to make oreparauons for its Srst- i round North American tie against Canada June 13 to 15. 3 Undefeated In Davis Cup Play i day "over :he Birkidale course I there were 40 third-round marches -aiens Kilo the fourrh more. July ai HiHcress, mLLSPRIXG WINS BONTTA