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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK SIX THK LETfinRlDGK DAILY HERALD Attttli'6; 1020 BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus -T, I DON'T I A Drop of 30 percent in Gasoline i ......i ,-j .-f i -i save j oi you? say It does loiter. all tars and Mechanical Garage COR. 4TH AYE. 3Rb ST. S. PHONE 1190 i WORLD OF Four Games Scheduled For This Be Closer Rate This Season The first orgsnhed league to set coder way for the 1920 season Kill be, as usual, the Pacific Coast circuit, -which opens today. Incidentally that Isagiio -Trill CALBX1O, Calif., April Jack Johnson, former world's I heavywcigbt champion pugilist. sent tor Sherill Applestlll a" Imperial couuty, yesterday, and have-the sheriff lake liim personally Into CUE- tody -when Johnson crosses tho international boundary line to meet federal charges pending against liim at Chicago. Johu son said he hoped to be ready to surrender soon, geance. CUMBERLAND WILL CONTEST McBRIDE SHIELD of any circuit in tie country, the last game. of the year fcolus scheduled'Ior Octphcr 17, io all 2S o( balh Tbe opening games will lie -as fol- Portland at Salt Uike. Seattle al Sacramento, Vernon at San ciscp and Oakland at Los fioja on the tei predicts this.ssasoB Sn'saVeral Seajtle Bnd Poryand Vvv'H nBvb.iguuh strpneer chilis th'an in 1913, Isas-fccen matcrislly strengUiened and Sacramento and Oakland -Iraro not spared money in Bolstering up their tcanjs. Last year -race "wai A two-team affairs, "V'ern.on theitlag by out-Earning Los Angeles In the.closing week. The northern clubs werp completely out of the race in 1915 before, the season was half over. This season at least live clubs shoijl'i he in the contest and both the .Portjand and Seattle teams are fig- ured-to. be strong contenders for first place Ui the final standing. Cam borlaad soccer team won' the right 10 for possession tor (bts season of the McBrlde chal- leaso- shield, hy defeating United -hero .'Saturday afternoon hy a acore of two goals to ntl. U on the provincial football map this year with a ven- For the Tret time, practically, since organized football been plcyed In this city, has become the centre of orsinlzerf ball of the province. A. J. o'f the local betfy Is ailo president of the Alberta Football Association and J. Ritchie Piter- son, secretary of the local footballers holds same position with the provincial organization. Mr. J. Ritchie returned yesterday from the annual meeting of the provincial association, which was held In Calgary on Saturday. He was particularly pleased with the way tho meeting worked out in tins Letribrldge on the football map of the province. The annual meeting of the association next year will be held In i-cthbrldge. A great of Important business wat Kranscted. In regard to tiie protest on th; Bennett shield, that hae year.. th'e 'association decided a ruling ori the subject There Wat altercation between Calgary and EftmoMon In rtgart to who the title for that trophy. Another matter of areat Importance WM the decision to affiliate with the Dominion Football Astocizticn. Thii vylll allow Lcthbridge to content games with >ny football team from other countries that might tour Canada, Athletic Dance Friday Night have been com- pleted by the Athletic Association for a datice to be held c-n Friday nljtt In the Matonlc Hal) In aid cf of that organization. The bill the way of wind; et'Vni'.winter "-wtion grand1 opening of the summer pro- jrjrii and every bointer. In, should make H a pplni to be present. A tnlttee competed of R. J. Dinning, W. J, H. Wm. Meecf) Is In charge, and good music has been secured. All fins are urged to keep this date open. With Major Leagues i- t Election of Officers ,aro lUe off elected: Honorary preflilspj-r-MaJoi X Ing's, Calgarj'- Honorary res idciiU W. H. Kl- sight for either Branch but et-'otts will >o made to ohtaln-.lhem so thero will 3c the 'youngstera to play for in thb'-niatter of .provincial LAWN TENNIS Calgary; Tom Gartz, Tied Deer; W. Vi. Invin, Edmonton; George Tnr- pcr; LethbridBo; .H.: Huiley.i Llbyrti toiuster, and one to by Siodinne Hat N1 President A. J. belh- p'rldgo. Vice-prwidents Col. PearXes, V.C.. Tildea, n., the new national indoor champion; Vincent Hlchards, the 17- ycar-bld former holder ol that ti'lc: S. Howard Voslicll, another former Indoor champion, and perhaps tho An- derson waged here last renewed this week at Pinehnrsl, N.C., where the annual north and south championship tour- naments for men and women will be- gin Thurohy. TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS NEW YonK. April Lelhbrluce; Donald Jinnn. Edmonton: H. G. Scolt, Red Beer; D. Seath, Lloyd- W. Burgess, Medicine Hat. K J. 1'atter- sonj Hill ami Chas. Smale, Kdmonlon; Duncan Scott and B. nittrum, Calvary; D. Red Deer. j'fAll differences of opinion Ihnl had eilsted hRtrreen several officials 'were out and the.prospects- for the season are that'toolball 'will re- Ilafdy, and 'S-'j-cclvo a great stimulus in Alberta and GIANTS SHOWING GOOD Tean., April j Jiew York Giants and Boston Red Sox resumed their northward Journey last night, going from here to Asherillc, M. C. The Red Sox made the poorest ihowlng to, they lost to tlio Giants here Saturday. On the other hand, tho Giants are coming along tine aiid ought, to face the barrier next week in excellent shape. Tue followiHg'delo'satea: Were in at- ..S.'Davies, nt the :Leasue; Billy Kill and J. K, MaitSisori of the EJmon- ton fted-Desr; A. J. PaUeraon, Duncan Ihgs; Col. Donald Munn, Edmonton. The question ot artIHatinB tjith. t'ne D. F. A., the governing hody In Can- ada, provided much discussion. Lets- bridge- delegates si' Sraale and Davies'of Kdmonion were' They wanted to fo.rm a separate union In Tvestern Canada. Billy Hill, who ivas Scott, E. f.I 1'oarkeS; Dona Oneoi the First Things Noticed About a Man's Dress is His Tie You will surely make a hit If you bur your neckirwr at this aV-vays have a couple of tlioueacd In the bcBt silk mills In the East. Priced from 75c to BERTKESTER'S MEN'S SHOP THE HOME OF 20th CENTURY CLOTHING ALEXANDRA HOTEU BLOCK PHONE 615 ON THE CORNER YANKS ARE LOOKING FIT AFTER JACKSONVILLE April 5. After five weeVs in this town KITCHENER LOST PITTSKURG, I'c, April Pfttsbiirg Atlilellc Association defeat- crl the Kitchener hocleey team >iere Saturday by three goals to cue. 'fleers of Hamilton, Out., by a ecovt of one to nothing here Saturday BURMAM SHADED HUTCHINSON PHILADELPHIA, Pa., April Burmah, Chicago, hed a shade his six-round bout will] !ghip Hutchlason, Iwre YALE'S. SOWING WIN TRIUMPH FOR CALM V ENGLISH TRAINING PLAN TORONTO, April New York Telegram dispatch to the Globe today. ears: victory of Too Yale'crews over: Pennsylvania at Philadelphia last Sat-! Tlaward Voshell, York, won their; that the governing will work; The first gnme la tno nortli will befj'liices In the final round ol the nat-j more smoothly. Decialonalto liutlnter- April 3D, -when San Frauctseo opens at Seattle and Los Angeles at Portland. A new station will be cnilt by tha C. X. H., at St. John N. B. lonal tennis rharaii'onsUin rtouhlesi at the Seventh Regiment ar- mory Saturday. The p.ilr defeated V.'. C..Grant and G. S. Cbafc-r, former nat- ional tttlo holders, in straight sets. Tho score: 7-5, 6-4. real, present, to tell irtiy Alberta was the z fool (o try to namV'atj _...... not affiliated with Hhe D. "F.? A..1 list j this stage .the crew season.-, Munn given a chance to liiic. B. D. Battrom moved the rcsoluOo'ti for Joining the mediate and juuipr football on. A new footing were made. This' vrllV mean _ _ that :i great will bo liken in D.'F. X, and Art WaKelyn seconded ijio material from teams will in future drav? their play- ers. At present no trophies aro in It was carried by.a'big majority. Put In dclcgaten and Messrs Jayiea and Smale pf Edmonton were :he Done of contention whea It came :o discmatng do prpbsblHty of Ing Junior comnctllfon.; B. D. Batlrum said Calgary would.lj'e responsible for the, the pertnrniince...of the oarsm'en against the Quakers leave bnj Impress- ed .with tho fact that" Vale least STECHER WINS .RALEICH, N. C., April Stecher, champion wrest- ler of the-world, successfully .deteiid-, ed hie 'tttle' here tonight In a rnajch with Tommy, Drask, of The Nether- Has Moved fa aBiggerShop! forces-us'to move to to Silver Grill, where we have irtslallcd equipnnent to enable us to handle our work bet- THE LARGEST RADIATOR REPAIR SHOP IN ALBERTA ANDY The Man lands. Stecner.-Tvon.'two falls. LEVWS'AND STECHER JO MEET IN N. Y. NEW YOHK, and Ed. "Strscglcr" Lewis, heavy- welgjit .wrosllsrs, have beea match- [he funiors as well as tho seniors and Intermediates and a motion was put A strong etfort was mado to buck the v proposition but (Messrs, Hill, Mathesun and Scott appeared on the cene just in time to figuro in the volo wblcli was 8 to 5 In favor. The Military Athletic 'Association of, h h Calgary was granted affiiiatlon..It wasi