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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LErBBRTOGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, APRIL BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus ON tOOft. OlCNITX NOW AA WE ARE TO C.M-L ON T1VE: p) Vs'HERE THREW THAT CIG'AR.? A Drop of 30 per cent in Gasoline The Canadian Saving Device guarantees to save 30 ceut. of your gaa-bill. Users say it 'lioes better.' Hts all'care and tractors. Mechanical Garage COR. 4TH AVE. 4. 3RD ST, S. PHONE 1190 Lethbridge Will Have A Live Senior League; L 0, Green President i _ __________ Miners, CC.'s and Bankevs.are Now Organized and There is Chance for Another League Now Seems Practically Maclean Again Secretary. senior Itamm, with the probability of a fourth and the pros- pects of four intermediate- teams. Is the outlook for amateur baseball in Lethbridge (hit summer. These facts were brought out at the annual meeting of the Lethbrldae Senior League, held In the Y. M. C. A. last night. Three seniors, the Miners, C.C.'s, and the Bankers signified their intention of being In the field. Len Green, although unavoidably defined from attending the meet- ing! was unanimously re-elected president for the 1920 season and E. P. MacLean wai unanimously re-elected secretary-treasurer. The executive committee will consist of ths president and secretary and an -appointed representative from each team under the jurisdiction of the association. Six Senior Football Teams Bcrl Moor is Now Correspond- ing Secretary for the Football Intermed- iate Teams Now on South Side Wanted. WILDE TO MEET MOORE IN VANCOUVER IN MAY ______ VANCOUVER, D.C.. April S. world's fly. weight champion, and Pal Moore, American champion, will battle in this city late nest month for the world's title If tbo plans ot the Van- couver Sportsmen's Club ma- terlalize. Preparations are now under way for the bout. Foolball will start earlier bridge this-year. May 7th is set as the date, provided tbe snow Is olf tho ground. At a meeting on Tuesday night at the Football association this Interest last night the changing ol the was decided and at tho same time, (middleweight championship or Canada tlip work ot tho corresponding secro-1 tram the hands of Eugene Brosseau, of BROSSEAU KAYOED HALIFAX, N.S., ApriJ six thousand boxing fans watched .with Foremost Roused on Retiring to of House Burns Boost' Intermediates O The, members made It plain that Intermediate baseball this year will receive strenuous support of the as- sociation. It was reported that a called will be sure thing'for the intermediates and the C.O.'s, Minors and Bankers gave rrac- tiCAlly definite assurance that they all be ablo to put Intermediates Into the game, The liotarinns, so far, are practically the only intermediates organized and there Is a possibility that they may try for- the-Benior-lea- gue. They are practically sure to ilo this is If it is found Impossible to or- ganize an intermediate league. The meeting on Monday night of the L.A.A.A. was discussed and it was de- cided to empower the executive to he the offical representatives of the as- sociation at that meeting. This does not. debar nny follower of baseball to attend the meeting of the L.A..VA. ft was thought advisable to elect dele- gates so that binding business can be transacted on tbe part of the lion. Another Meeting meeting will be called soon after the [Monday night meeting when it Is determined to set a date when the laat entries for a place in the senior league will he accepted. A mo- tion was passed calling OP. the senior teams now organized to nave their delegates on the executive committee of the central body elected for that meeting. It is considered (hat there is still a. chance for the Veterans and bounties A RAW DEAL tary was handed over to Bert Moor. Mr. J. Ritchlo Patersou, iu future will give bis-active co-operation'to foot- I bail in his remaining official capacity. Soccer will be played by six senior j teams, it 13 expected and nt present' there arc two Intermediate teams ready for business. A good live inter- mediate league -is wanted and a' de- Eire has been expressed to have an Intermediate team formed on tbe southside. Registration forms have been Issued and must bs returned by April 29th. Following are the teams now readv Callies, North I.ethbridga United, both seniors, Miners, senior and Inter- mediates, .Fragments From Prance, seniors, St. George's United, seniors, C.P.R.. senior and Intermediate. In regard (o the intermediate team on the smithside Bert'Moor, at the Ales, cigar stand would be pleased to hear from any one who can per- form this function. His- telepUono number Is 717. to get together team. and form senior Lethbridge basketball team, champions of Southern Alberta, received Word this morning from Edmonton that the vote taken of provincial hoop organizations as to Edmonton's eligibility of put- .ting a star aggregation from the Edmonton city league Into the provincial finals instead of the league %v1nncr, as had been ar- ranged before the Edmonton "Y" and. University team played here some weeks ago, has gone against Lethbrfdge, and that the local boys will have to meet the ring- ers. The locals'have not held n meeting, hut It is understood that they are dstej-mined they will have nothing to do with the pro- position. The action of the Edmonton crowd has given basketball the blackest eye it has ever received in this province and it Is unlikely that Lethbridge will ever again consider a provincial champion- ship scries. Montreal, to those of Mike McTigue, ot New York, in one of tbe most sci- entific bouts'ever staged here. McTigue won by a clean knockout In tho middle oi ihc fifth round after having rushed Brosseau into a cor- ner, and then with carefully calculat- ed lefts to the .head, finished hts man vith a short right cross which crump- ed Eugene- and brought him. crashing i the mat. McTigue will challenge Mike O'Dowd or the world's'middleweight title im- mediately. This was the first timo Brosseau was ever knocked out. Kladium at Antwerp Nears Com to Open II May 8 and 9 ANTWERP, April Associat- ed committee charged with tho arrangements for the world's golf championship, which is to bQ'play' j ed fur in connection with the Olym pic games, probably will hold the __________________ malchea early in July, Instead ot a i later date, as originally had been BROSSEAU MAY MEET, BRITTON1 planned. The sladlom at Antwerp for tho JIONTRKAL, April principal events of the Olympic games Urosseau, Canadian middleweight! if- so near completion that the inaugnr champlou, has been offered a fight ation of the building which will he with Jack lirllton, middleweight characterized by gymnastic exblbl tiona by Belgian athletes, has been jc? for May S find Twenty-six countries have accepted invlUllons to participate In the Olynv games. TheMeliing Lethbridge IB promised a sea- son' of real, live and now what is needed it the backing of the public. Baseball was official- ly started last 'riiaht at an or- ganisation meetTrig In the Y.M. C.A., snd an announcement was made from the. iLethbrltfge City and District Football Association to the effect thjt soccer will on 7; The hold lit an-. nual mceiing-Mprid.aynlo.tit. So far. as football and naceball It con- cerned It be "a meeting, full of Interett Both bodies are determined to see'ithat they will" do all in their oo'vwir to make' ses'son a banner yjear amd the rest Is up to YOU. Out Own CorrfaTwnJcntl FOREMOST, April girls of tho. Crescent'Star club served "tea" In the Rest room to the ladles end EOnio of the- men of the community on Good r Friday afternoon. 1 ho majority oi i the people of the community availed themselves of the privileges of tho i social houT provided. The financial: returns amounted to A congregation crowded the Methodist church listened to and took part in a splendid program of Easter I music on Sunday evening. Tho pastor was In charge of tho sen-Ice ,and preached on "The Christian Hope." On Sunday evening just, as people were retiring for the nlgnt they were aroused clanging of the church bell as a fire alarm, Mr. Fred Med- i hurst's house was on fire. Prompt a bucket brigade saved tho building and contents from total destruction, though the interior of the building which was of beaver board was pretty well burnt out. Considerable damage jwas also done by the water and i chemical. Mrs. Harry Crowley entertained'a few ladies at her homo yesterday afternoon. MIBB liorspoo! was n, visitor at her home in over the holiday. From there abo intended going to the eacbere' convention In Calgary. Her the school, .Inrconsociuenco s taking holidays this week: Elizabeth Hunt went to L iridge with Miss Horspool intending lo-TJBlt the dentist.- Mr. George Seaman has returned :o Foremost. Mr. and Mrs.. Wright and family have moved to lawn from their farm tear legend, and arc living at Mrs. 3rydon's for a, while until they got heir house ready to move into. Mrs. Brydon Intends going Schroder. Jiincv- and Koehler; Baum am! Tlylor. Oakland 3 10 Los AnKelfis............. 1 s 'J Arleti anil Milzc; Thoma! and Bass Koaltlo Geary an 4 liohrcr; Kun'.z, Martin Kchang. N'ernon 2 10 Snir 7 10 Hfhncldcr, Hill and Devormer; Sea ton mid Anflnson. Six senior aoccer teams are now organized and two Intermedfates. Baseball has senior teams and one Intermediate with the prospect of three other Intermcdi- .ates and perhaps a. fourth senior. The L.AA.A. as practically every one is in financlsl difficulty and to help matters along they are staging a dance In the Masonic Hall tonight. This is one place YOU can help where It will be felt most. Turnout and give a to sport. The senior baseball organiza- tion will start to draw up a dule at its next meeting, which Will probably be held In a week or ten days. If the Veterans and Mountles are going to get to- gather for a team It IB that something definite will be known .it this meeting so that the as- sociation can get down to business Immediately. To assure tbo success of tho ama- teur baseball championship scries at Iho close of Ilia present season, It will bt; necessary for tho different clllfls unr; -Towns in Aiueria 10 iocus iholr aliMilloi] on tbe organization of some central body which will govoni baseball In the province. Tho Alberta IfescbM! Association to work along similar llnea to Hockey Association lias been suggested by many club officials and leasue offic- ers 'In Calvary, and the idea Is also hcing In Edmonton, Ixilh- bridge, .Meiliclne Hat. and Red Deer. Calgary Herald. 410 FIFTH STREET Juney Pitched Hoiiibfirn Alberta baseball fans will note with considerable Interest Ihfit In Ine J'm-ibnd-Salt Knm'c In the I'iirifir. Co.iM. ou Tbursday, .Imioy, who pitched for Harons tasl yrsr, pi-rformlnff in n number of ex- on the local diarnonil, wag sail In lo stem the tide, which he rtlil sucwstfiilly, .the Hoscbmls com- ing Ihrou.r-li with a win after Krhroder liatl Ijt-cii relieved on thr nintinil by Ihc fast hall expert. Further details I of the game pogerly avcaHcd. C. A. ilayden Ills again the President's chair of tbo baseball Hague. 'New Battery Service Station BLOCK, NEXT TO IMPERIAL OIL co.'s FILLING STATION have purchased the Battery Equipment of The Qraham Mot- or Co., with whom. 1 have been employed for tbe past three years, and have opened a Public Service Station at the above address, where 1 will be pleased to see all my old friends and many new J, F. WOOLF A1.L WORK GUARANTEED Mrs. H. P. Slowe la presldenl of tho Calgciry lyadlea' Curling Club. SOME BOWLING! W1NMPKG, April In a seQTflr league match' last night, Ihc Saratoga bowling tdam broke four city records and. in. tctalllng htmg up tho bifiKCst score crcr mado in the city. Charles Gibson showed the wny with a lolHfrof up of 21i and The Most Popular Recreation Dominion Bowling Alleys Buiement, Dominion Bldf. Kctmnce en Siilh Street In These Days of Fashion and Smartness in Dress, We Must Dress Well