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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MAY OUT ON A! TWIG with LOKEMXK Ferriss Pitches 8th Straight Win Bv JOB EEICHU2R. Associated Press Sport Writer. ATEST dope on the iosus- Conn light infers that the Broiin Bomber vs a vefv tough time getting into shape critics agreed today the Boston Keo and that his handlers are worried gox' sensational righthander was about Conn, on the other hand, ao mere "morning giory." :s reuonedb- in up-top coaoitioa jive seeks ago. after the former and jmoauent for the fcght to be- air- forces sergeant was driven from the mound under a barrage of base hits for the second straight time. Conn is now down'to and fears expressed that Ferriss. expects to shave off or three; %ho 21 games last year in his more Bounds within the next three flrst big league campaign, might be necks." His legs are said to be as j m for a rough season. But Ferris hard as rocks and his shoulder hjeni on to roil up seven straight y> duplicate his 1915 per- formance he his farsi eight decisions. The straoping South- erner up only six scattered .i4.t- aeess oi narc singles to enable the American be in A-l shape, good enough! league-leading Red Sox to retain shape anvway to rattle Billy's ton- their margin New sils. any- Sight now Joe is con- York Yankees. siderablv and sluggish. YAXKS BEAT SENATORS a" old man of 32 such a; The Yanks called on their 42- any rate he is confidence, which is somethirs aa inarL. Ahem! handlers exoect tnat Moore collaborating, whipped Chi- cago Cubs. 5-2. Detroit's Hal Newhouser joined Ferriss as the majors' only eight- game winners Then he patched the Tigers to a 4-1 decision over Cleve- land Indians. Cincinnati Reds replaced the Cubs in third place by e'oglng out a 7-6 victory over Pittsburgh Pirates Schoolboy Rowe held Boston Braves to live hits under the lights io pitch Philadelphia Phillies to a 3-1 triumph. BOWLING NEWS Baseball National League Cincinnati 1. Pittsburgh St. Loius 5. Chicago 2. New York 1. Brooklyn 5. Boston 1, Philadelphia 3. American League Detroit 4, eland" I. Philadelphia 0. Boston 2. Washington 0, New York 4. International HERALD SPORTS PAGE NINE Room and Board by Montreal 4. Buffalo 2. Newark 4. Syracuse 8. Baltimore 1, Jersey City S. Toronto 2, Rochester e Pacific Coast San Diego 2, los Angeles 5. Holly-Rood 1- San Francisco 4. Sacramento 1. Portland 0. American Assn. Columbus 2. Toledo 5. Minneapolis 5, S'. Paul 6. Milwaukee 14. Kansas City 9. Push Plans For High River Rodeo HIGH Dan has brought jov to the High 1 mittee parade and ti tor h Ottawa brauon in the home town. though it means that he to return east again in a few days Saskatoon Entry Wins Handicap High River Tennis Competition Held HIGH RIVER (HNS) High Riier tennis club bas completed a two-day tournament in -wiiicb. 40 v people were in competition, playing CALGARY. Alia May K- doubles. CtSnpioni, of ibe ereat Sunday School Ball League Opens Approximately 100 braved tfareatenia? raitss Tuesday zngbs to appear the barracis for the spenrn? games of four SoaSa? Harrow fiTtcl stables of Saskatoon V.ednesda> j piajing the finals against meet. {rxHrot The seven-j-ear-ctd mare with Donald" Blake and June Moiien. i: jockey Paul Bailey aboard lead from po- farsc ume m six years fas; GEM, A T922. DRAT" VKr DtOM'T I GO t TRIW FOR. AKNOUNCER.CS STATKX PAUSE URN FLAVlE ROAST EEFCSH 5 seventh was wortis tceir rming 33 Entries For June Pat's "C" vs. United, at scncol grounds: June Peter and St. Auto Kace Paul's vs. Southminster. at St Pat's __________ June high school I Sou-nminster vs. "A IXDIANAPCLJS. ted. Mar 30-] of the City Fastisal! 1 right on time. Tbe 'sL i tears was cvsr ster IS to 9. Junior Boys, aged 9 to II, began their series a: Central School incs B. S Voselesak Magrath Dog Second Calgary Field Trials .bmeis: K. s-.. Taber Wins Ball Came and Loses One girls' games racks will be moni! opposj Tiie needed r ccntLuons and his ten "pohiis in the Retneier class. Second to him was The "old-timer section is expected hoime Punch of owned to be an important feature of the by Dora! Palling of Calgary with ._ tnTQj ,-if ooints to-Aard his Glad- school parade, and it is fitting that it a total of toward his should be headed by the senator who has been a resident of High River since the spring of 1383. He was mayor of the town when it was incorporated, and mas the first president of many early or- ganizations of town and country championship. Thira was holme Princess, also owned by Doral Filling, with two points toward her championship. Both Twink and Princess were sired by Punch, and both v.ere raised by Don Broken Teal, owned by J J. Tonight's Games Commercial League Finals pan. Mike's 77 Oil. Five games, total pins to count, for Commercial League champion- ship. Commercial League consolation playoff Columbus Club TS. Ad- vance Lumber Co. Friday Games pjn. "Wings vs. Hits and Misses. Diamond S vs. Grenadiers. Bombers and Spitfires. Greyhounds vs. Lusterites. Superiors vs Commandos. p.m. CateJli's vs. Robots. Shamrocks vs. Quints. Comets vs. Canadians. Radars vs Cardinals. Stickers vs. Dodgers. 11 duu. t when they were first formed. Lowiher at Brooks, took top nonora Workhig is being pushed along i in the all age res.nei.er class, -aun to get, the rodeo grounds into good Cowichan Queeme. owned by G-amger of Calgary, second, and Goldie. owned by F. Dunkley cf Calearj-. third. In the puppy Spaniel stafes Gladholme Bell, owned by L. Pilling, placed first, with Giaa- holme Silk, "owned Douglas Hark- er of Magrath. second, and Topsy of Graingers Groveland. owned by W. W. Upton of Calgary, third. In the novice stakes. Goldie of Graingers of Calgary, shape for July 3 and 4. Andy and Mac Wallace hate given a great amount of time to driving poles for fencing. Wallace Mdntyre is bringing in a cren- of men from the west country for an all-day bee. and Lou Russeil of Blackie is rustling up another crew from the east country for another day's labor in building" corrals, and such work. A full program of rodeo events is booked for the two-day celebra- tion, together with a good agricul- tural and special fea- tures. The net proceeds are to go to the Highwood Memorial centre fund. High River Beats Blackie By 17-4 HIGH baseball opeced at High Rrier on May 26 with a perfect dav and a fine crowd. Hieii River Juniors de- feated Blackie by a score of 17 to 4. _____ Fleefaood grounds; June v? St. Peter and St Paul's, at the fHNS' Fnds- evenins- Taber Grassy Lake tangled ;n a ruse inrlrg senior gane. Tie casters team was en ices, and after i the scare was tied four umes Grassy j Lake won y, 11-5. j Sunday jaw a jfav 30 J Sundial played Taber and led 1-0 by series" at Beimon: Park tociav -a hen Twenty-two eastern Washington i the ;h-rd. 3u: ibougn the game Armed spots Stymie and First Fid- and north Idaho men will leave ca was ngai. in sixth die considerable weighs, and tergles i Saturday m a corierted DC-47 armv loose and scared seven runs to lead i-o racks: First United LJXS.. at pg... Westminster school gro-aeds; South- r miKSter vs St. Pat's at St. 3eM years of jhenl_ Pat's highscnoo! grctmds- S, Fe.er j and First Anr4 Tfcinl c CIT- P-ar c "R ST i :e up wha: is prob- j most powerful hacdicap i and St. Paul's vs. S; St. Basil's school Pat's -B grounds. Ail Junior games scheduled for the barracks will be on the dia- mond opposite R.C.M.P- headouar- ters. Junior girls (9 to June LJD.S. vs. St Peter and St. Paul's. at Central school grounds. Senior boys (15 to June St. Pat's vs. First Baptists, at the barracks; June Baptists vs. Macleoc. at the barracks; Juris Macleod is. LJD.S. at Macleod: have -won more than in their careers Four bred Fighting Step. Polynesian. GaUorette and bank accounts over the mark. FASTBALL ENTRIES MUST BE SEXT IX irs .owned'by G. Shaw June vs. First United, ac ary, was first. Victorious of barracks grounds. All senior games Senior entries ior the pro- vincial fastball playdowra Graingers Groie, second, owned by G. Wiiliams. of Calgary, and Glad- holme Silk, owned by Douglas Harker of Magrath. third Judges were Jack Miller. K. J. Morgan, D. Pilhng arid J. Brecken- bridge. all of Calgary- A circuit of field trials has been suggested for Alberta this fall, and it is hoped that. Leihbridge will be able to soonsor one. along with Brooks. Calgary and Edmonton. The dwindling game supply in some districts is making many of the nimrods bird dog conscious, and the field trial is a good place to go making up for" the d'efeat which for an idea of the kind of a dog Blackie High at Blacfae tournament on May 24 Regular league play is now under way. "Mary's such a young- looking Mother like her parents and grandparents, Mary realizes what a help Eno's 'Fruit Salt" can fae to healthful vitality. The day to day tasks of a jnother really require fitness. Eno helps to cleanse the system of -wastes and excess gastric acids that most always bring oo sluggishness, indigestion and a listless feeling that take the edge off life. EDO is pleasant to take free of harsh bitter salts, gentle but effective in its action; Buy a bottle today and take be- fore breakfast, -when needed. ENDS 'Fruit YEARS THE WORLD the i with which one wants to hunt. Canadian Davis Cup Matches Continue MONTREAL, May ing Henry Rochon of Montreal made it three straight in current try-outs for Canada's Dans cap team zt tae Monkland tennis club courts VTed- nesday by whipping Jimmy Skeiton of Yancoaier "in straight sets 8-6. 6-2. 6-0. The Canadian Lawn Tennis as- sociation announced on 'Wednesdaj Stohlberg had decided to withdraw from singles play on his doctor's advice. Desjarcuis won his first test-run victory "Wednesday when he defeated Don Hoages of Regina, 8-6, 6-3. 6-4. Enchant Wins Ball Games Taber at the barracks will be played at the southwest diamond. Intermediate boys (12 tc June Pat's "A" vs. St. Pat's at St. Basil's school grounds; First United vs. LJD.S. at the bar- racks: Soutnmmster vs. S5. Peter and St. Paul's, at Pat's high school grounds: June Pat's "C" vs. Maclgod. at the barracks; First Baptists vs. LJXS.. at Fleet- wood school grounds: Southminster vs. First United, at "Westminster school grounds: June Bap- tists vs Macleod. at the barracks; St Peter and St.- Paul's vs. St. Pat's at the barracks All interme- diate games scheduled for the barracks will be at the southwest diamond. Intermediate girls (12 to must be in Calgary "by the first of June, and senior club managers in this district are reminded that, in oraer to make the deadiiae, entries must be in the hands of A. W. "Chick" Macintosh. 918 Second Are Lerhbridge, by the end of May. TOMOXtOW iltlSHT uuumvt "THAT REMINDS ME PAL GROUND BUDES ARE IN THE You eon charm the toughest beard with the feather touch of HOLLOW GEOO-D BLABS, Shaves you clean as a edge fioats over vour face, follows facial contours without; of bearing down. Ask by name for the new PAL HOLLOW BLADES. 4 for 10e( 10 for 25c, 50 for At ail good stores._______ Chic Young Begistered Patens Office Taber Stampede. Turin fastball and Vulcan baseball events were en- persons from this district on the 24th. On Sundaj afternoon the Turin baseball club plajed the local nine at Enchant a doubleheader. In the first game al! of the regular Turin players cud not show up and the Enchant teair won easily by a 26-4 score, on 18 hits to Turin's 7 hits In the night cap with a few more of their regular olajers the Tann boys made it interestinc: for the locals, out-hitting them 12 hits to 8. but lost this game by a 8-6 score. There were numerous errors com- mitted bv both teams It is ex- pected the locals will journev to Turin next Sunday for a double- header, providing the league schedule is not drawn up by that time. CONCENTRATED 2-4-D NOW IN TILTING OVERHEAD GARAGE DOORS (GLAZED) COMPLETE WITH HARDWARE Alberta Lumber Products Co. Phone 2018. 20l8-2nd Avc. South. I UKE TO HEA.R- MAILMEN SLOW WHISTLES- (3VE7HE A CHEERRJL. SPlRtT I BLCW rr. RVX7T-TOCTH GOT HIMSELF Pater.; Office DONALD Walt Disney LIT, Al Capp 'SO, MAT2S- CARRIE THS. PICTURE. T'BE HYENA THEY CALUEO WONOER. UGLY? MERE WORDS CANT DE-SCRIBE HE.Fe- CXDNT KMOW vWiAT REAL. VEARS AC-O, MATES, I LAST WOPtD >M SCREAMING, SCREfiCH- HORROR-R'GHT IN TH' PORT HEADED FOR LOWER PACE BRiCK BRADFORD-And the Queen of Night By WILLIAM RiTT and CLARENCE GRAY1 WHILE 1 WAS CAT-NAPP1NS OHEO? INVITED HIJA- BSWCK. XO'J PUT ME iN TO TWQ SANDWICHES AKD ACOKTA1HE2.CF MILK FROM THE OF OUR FOOD SUPPLIES SO I COULD SATIOM THEM ;