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Medicine Hat News (Newspaper) - June 11, 1953, Medicine Hat, Alberta . Decides to terminate their agreement with Caha Montreat Ftp a National hoc i by club owners decided to terminal a the agree ii it with the Canadian Amateur bloc key association a far reaching trove which affects All professional leagues and the governing Amateur body. It was understood the decision a As taken with the possibility of some new agreement being negotiated. Whether this is Likely to materialize was not indicated. The notice of termination will be presented to the Caha before june 30. Under the present agreement two years must elapse before the termination is effective in both sides agree to immediate i termination. The decision came at the annual meeting of the nil at which owners and governors met separately. Decision of the owners to end the Caha agreement was reported As a move to protect investments in Amateur clubs with a View to More direct financial Benefit to these clubs. Predicts Short life for . Kemptville ont. Up a w. B. Baldy George president of the Canadian Amateur hockey association said wednesday night National hockey league clubs will not last beyond the ending of the agreement with the association. The league club owners decided at their annual meeting in Montreal wednesday to terminate the agreement under which on signing a in Amateur player they pay a 0 he Caha to be used for inc promotion of Amateur hockey. Or. George said a it would end the present system of a three i ame tryout of Amateur players with professional clubs and i pm Ould not be surprised if the association decided that any player who signed for a professional club should be suspended from Amateur Lickey for life. year there were Between 50 and 70 reinstated professionals playing with Amateur clubs. A once the agreement ends a boy will have to be pretty sure before he signs a professional contract that he is going to be Able to stay in professional ranks for at least four or five years. In the same connection the Canadian press Learned that a plan is under consideration whereby a country wide Post season series involving sponsored Junior Amateur teams would be played. If this comes about the effect would be Sharp curtailment of the memorial cup series for the Canadian Junior championship or perhaps its elimination. An authoritative informant said a the pros arc spending lots of Money developing Amateur clubs and the players. But when playoff time comes the sponsoring clubs get now Here financially. A the Caha Steps in and takes Money to operate the Caha itself and to carry out the playoffs. Last year the Caha took from All series major senior and Junior around $133,000. But in the popular memorial our series each club was allowed about $325 a game. That a a losing proposition. Yet the Caha sets itself up a budget to around $75,000 annually for its own most Junior clubs throughout Canada have a direct or indirect sponsorship by a professional club. The professional Calia agreement provides for Mutual recognition of player rights various lists to which players Are signed suspensions and other matters. There is also provision for certain financial contributions by the professional organizations to the Caha for the development of Young players. Last season professional hockey contributed $27,-000. It has been As High As s40.000 depending upon the number of pro leagues and teams operating. Ii cants imps hrs. Win in fastball two lop sided scores and a game decided by one run sums up action in the senior menus fastball league last night. Cantalini hotels and suf Field imperials took care of the lopsided scores when cants swamped Cecil hotel 23-5 and imps clobbered Hal admin by 19-4. The close game was registered at eed Cliff when car Marshall a juniors edged Rama by 6-5. Cantalini although picking up 1 hits took advantage of 12 Cecil errors to rack up their 23 runs. Cants made three errors. In the other game at memorial Park imps put on their hitting pants to smash out 14 safeties. Nine admin errors did no to help their cause. Winf All the features you want most Rio Del sdr91 special deluxe. New automatic Vuicic defrost electric butter conditioner Large full Width Freezer Chest Beautiful coloured interiors a Miracle capacity in minimum space a the features you want most Are yours when Yoti buy Mcclary. There arc Many models to choose from. Model 25 deluxe Elet Fruci fully automatic and Frith every modern feature Mccrary electric and Gas ranges Combine Beauty with Economy of operation Ana full dependability. For Complete satisfaction now and in the years to come buy Mcclary. The Model illustrated is one of a wide variety of Mcclary electric Gas Coal and Wood and combination ranges. Built a in dependability to last you a lifetime Quot Lucky seventh wins for Carman Winnipeg up a Carman cardinals. Scored five runs in the seventh inning wednesday to grab a 7-1 Mandak league baseball Victory from Winnipeg royals. Winnipeg a single run came when Jess Douglas punched a third inning Homer. Chick longest of Carman hit the Only other Homer in the first inning. Oily Merrill started for Winnipeg and lasted to the seventh when the big Carman rally started. A1 Price came in for Merrill and was replaced by Mike Kane in in the eighth. Merrill was charged with the loss. Jim Newberry went the distance for Carman. Toronto Leafs Are in a slump by the Canadian press Toronto Maple Leafs who started the International league season Well up with the front runners Are in a slump that threatens to Hurt their leadership at the Gate too. The Leafs dropped their fifth straight to Montreal royals the league leaders wednesday night by a 10-6 score before 4,322. The loss left the Leafs in a third place tie with Buffalo bosons who dropped an 8-4 decision to Springfield cubs. It was buffaloes first loss in six games. Thursday Jure 11, 1053 to hat new Trade talks Grey site As moguls Gath after nearly three decades of failure Gordon Richards the worlds winning est jockey with 4,600 races to his credit finally won the English Derby at Epsom Downs but he had to beat the Queens own entry to do it. Aboard Pinza owned by sir Victor Sassoon the 49-year-old englishman wiped out 27 years of ironic frustration in one pounding dash up the Home stretch steering the 5 to 1 shot to a four length Victory Over the Queens Aureole before half a million britons. This probably was Richards last Chance to win the Derby which was his life Long ambition Asha is expected to retire at the end of the season. As for Queen Elizabeth seen above congratulating the Man she so recently knighted for his achievements on the turf she had hoped to be the first reigning Queen Ever to own a Derby Winner. Looking on at the proceedings is that a Duke of Edinburgh seen at right. Greys use three hurlers for win Minot . Up a Brandon in the nights Only other game Greys used three pitchers wednes Rochester red wings rallied to score four times in the seventh and nip Syracuse chiefs 8-7. Diesel buses Here to stay new York pm hop aboard a bus in almost any Large City today and chances Are you la be Riding in a vehicle that Burns diesel Oil. Cost conscious transit companies caught in a tightening squeeze Betws Een mounting operational expense and Public resistance to fare increases Are looking to cheap diesel fuel As a Way out. Day for a 6-3 Victory Over Minot mallards in a Mandak league baseball game. The Greys started Carlos Forten who gave up Only one run gaining the win. He had help from Mario Amara and lefty Mckinnes in the ninth inning. Mai Murray Minot starter replaced by Lowell Landsem in the seventh took the loss. Joe Mitchell and Bill Cash collected homers for the visitors and Clarence King and John washing ton rapped triples. Mickey Rocco hit a Homer for Minot a Only extra base hit and Duke Bowman had two singles. Golfing hints by Alex Morrison a Why did no to you Tell me that in the first place a demands the irate Pupil. A if you had made the Point Clear to me in the beginning i would have done it right away a he adds. Of yeah As a matter of record i told him in the first place and every place thereafter for weeks and years later. Likewise my first explanation and demonstration were exactly the same As those he finally recognized. Nothing registered until he opened his mind until he became receptive enough to give the Point due consideration. Any Point about swing or shot making technique will serve to illustrate. When trying to get Over the picture of left Side leadership i often show the Pupil How the alignment goes with better players using an example such As shown by Dick Mayer in the accompanying action photo. Then i describe and demonstrate How this alignment can and should be approximated in the starting position. The hitting position then becomes the starting position animated. You just move out of it in the backswing and swing into it again when striking the Ball. Despite repeated descriptions and demonstrations the Pupil Sticks to a starting position which cannot possibly resemble in any Way the proper hitting position. Tell him a keep your hands Forward near your left leg a or a relax your right Side and extend your left Side a or Point to any one part of the proper hitting alignment and hell hold it for a second in practice then abandon swinging at a Ball. Wear him Down bit by bit Over a period of Many lessons and the Day he finally drops into anything near the desired alignment is a discovery Day for him. Only then does he seem to see the alignment not As something described and demonstrated countless times but As something like a Nugget he found in the Sands of the desert. Using the hitting position to Start with is sure to improve your hitting. V products of general steel wares a wilted see them a Qew Oti of or Niit rest on display now at the Capitol furniture store Dick Mayer promising Young tournament pro is seen swinging into a Good position As his club head strikes the Ball. Note steady head and firmness in entire left Side. Wmk Foj Trollie Aid Var Totor stalls at Low Speed a by Jack sods pail and drag it Behim a tour boat third Street a a a Quot i or is important to use to a utmost care when to vim knots. A poorly tied a40t a Coul mean tie loss Ofa a great per cent of the test a strength of your ume t _ when Trout j5�sfuse All it four lures Mook cd a Vorm and disguise in a mud Balu puce on a float and a it it Drift Down Streavig to the a Kol. A slight tue of the lne amps Thrall. Mem the water Fosec pro Send is a Wii Lral meal sometime you a Walt to i get your Streamer Kowm y peer leave a Short eid of Leader Ham gig Frow by of the Hook and a a split shot to it. It g1v _ the lure Adobe action when you a Giggle Twe Rod tip .ymy., ii Frankie Albert the a emr. To of american football has a one year contract to quarterback the Calgary stampedes in the Western conference. A to formation specialist for the san Francisco 49�?Ters for several years Albert who came out of retirement to take the Job will report to the Calgary training Camp juy 12. Stampede president d. P. My Laws would not divulge the terms of the contract which the former Stanford All american termed a a overwhelming. Montreal of a rumours of possible deals circulated in hotel corridors wednesday when the National hockey league moguls gathered for their annual meeting but nobody was admitting anything. One of the most startling reports was that ted Lindsay Ace left Winger of Detroit red wings would Wear a Chicago Black Hawks uniform next season. Another Rumor immediately cropped up it could be Gordie Howe. The rumours got no confirmation. The guessing was that either Detroit Star changed clubs it would be Lindsay for a flock of players including farm youngsters and a bundle of Cash. One of the most persistent reports was that new York rangers have made a Deal with Cleveland Barons of the american hockey league the rangers to get goalie Johnny Bower and defence Man Bob Chrystal the presence in the hotel corridors of Little Billy Reay of Mon Treal canadians was de mod i Vicant with the speculation the will become player coach minor league club. Reay was reported none anxious to leave his Montreal 1 a or get too far away but he seen in a quiet Corner Confer with Lester Patrick Boss of Toria cougars of the Western key league. Longfellow our local Weatherman who keeps a record of our rainfall uses a common tobacco can set on a level stand in the open away from any outside influence. By measuring if necessary the rain each morning at 6 . He gets a very accurate record of the amount that has fallen in the 24 hour previous. On the morning of june 3rd however he Waus unable to read the Correct amount for the simple reason that his can was full and running Over. As the can will record up to 4 inches we know that our rain fall exceeded that amount. Coronation Day will Long be remembered in this District for the torrential Rains that fell All Day and night following. As a result Many gardens and crops were flooded and washed out. Sloughs were filled and the Longfellow i Eek overflowed its Banks causing a number of washouts on the Coulee Road. Or. And mrs. Tom Craig who live on the Bruce ranch had quite an experience one evening. Toms House is on one Side of the Creek while his Dairy barn is on the other. To Cross he has a Bridge some six feet High. That evening As usual they crossed the Bridge to milk but when they finished about two hours later they found a raging River and the Bridge gone Between Winnifred about three inches of rain fell Here tuesday and wednesday of last week filling All Low lying spots with water. Case maarion was obliged to pump water out of Garden. Some wheat was washed out and several basements were damaged. The Community association has planned a sports Day for Winni Fred on july 3 with a dance in the evening. The new Melford Colony of hut termites have been moving their fam Ilies and personal effects to their new location Northeast of town this past week. They had some trouble with the Muddy roads. Workmen have been doing some repair work on the Ogilvie elevator. The pictures which were to have been shown at the Church were postponed because of rain and will be shown this week on tuesday. Hugh Irving of Burdett conducted services at the United Church on sunday. He was accompanied by mrs. Irving and Donald Calder. Mrs. Jean Bennett and mrs. Hilda Mayer and Randy called at the an non Home Friday evening. Them and Home. There was nothing else to do but climb the Hill in the drenching rain As the Road was under water and w Alk to Art pols place one half mile a Here they were taken care of for the night being hungry drenched to the skin and tired out. Coronation morning Art pols who was in charge of the milk truck that morning with its heavy Load of milk bogged Down so bad during the heavy thunderstorm that it required two tractors to pull him out and help him on to the Highway. Sports Roundup by Gayle Talbot new York pm men it to the new York giants incl reporters who follow the club of their waking hours Are be in More convinced each Day colourful Leo Durocher is Sei his last term As manager of Polo grounders a and Thal does no to care if he is. In fact some observers t Leo fully intends to quit the j at the end of the current Sei or maybe even before that i is pushed and plunge into a career As a producer of is films for television in Hollyw he is supposed to have Coni As much to intimates. The latest a a proof of Leos s for his baseball future is cite his raging tirade against All tonal league umpires after giants dropped a close decision Milwaukee two nights ago am had been thumbed from the for the second straight Day. Insisted he was talking for record too. A Don t Tell me a he fun that they done to get together fore the game and decide that first time a certain person something he a going to be Pul of the game. They do the s to Eddie president Warren Giles of National league called Leo Leo retracted As Best he c but the recklessness of the Ori charge indicates to this w that Durocher is prepared to out after 26 years in the leagues. His giants picked by Man win the Flag arc having Able season. They Are below .50 Mark and the outfit Duro once described As a my Kiric team is beater Fig itself in too n games with downright poor 1 Ball. As he nears his 47th birthday May feel he has had enough. The most popular candidate succeed Durocher is Freddie Simmons. The former Gnu Bailer just has been detached i Leos coaching staff and sen to Minneapolis to try to a that farm club out of the a can association cellar. of a Ofey a Avor and and inst fit of this is the Coffee they said be made to link of it. An instant Coffee with All the bold natural flavor and Aroma of freshly ground Coffee. So convenient it dissolves instantly even in cold water. 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