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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LFYHDRinQE DAILY HEHA'.D MONDAY, APJUL 19, 1920 BRINGING UP FATHER G. McManus WELL OS NOT AND FURTHERMORE TAKE -I'LL. bHOW too VfHO HERE biNCE WHEN ARE NOVJ-DON'T ME- TOLO.V CAN'T vho struck out our. roster's fielding iras sensa- jon'al. The score: Washington............ 1 S 0 2 10 2 Ertckson and Gharrlty; Jones, Bush aud-Walters, Devihe. Detroit LOECC at Chicago CHICAGO, April shut ontvDotrolt, 4 to 0. .in thn final game, of the series here today by bunching hits' off Ehrnke. Cicolle pitched in me'form and with perfect support NOW THAT SPRING IS HERE And everybody is getting in the ,'jand REMEMBER We carry-a complete line of de- pendable-merchandise for all lines'of (shirt's, work gloves, overalls, coveralls, hard wearing trousers-in Sight and heavy weights, light weight sweaters ana fact everything for the workihgmaii. All goods priced as low as possible. BpTKESTER'S MEN'S SHOP The Home of 20th Century Clothing Alexandra "Hotel. Slock CLEANING AND PRESSING On the Corner BEtGlE exhibition games are played, j II la for this purpose thai j crB are again on the forma- itiou ot u union, or protective asEoclr.-' I Ion, ,13 H is tu call It. I Thomas H. 213 Quc- j asc, ivaauc, Toronto, expired suiaen- j Uinner.ln r.t neyisr was in danger. Datnit Chicago Player's Arc Showing Unrast-J Talking.'of.Forming "Pro- Associalion" NEW YORK, .-.April soon may. Keo the forpialion of a new union of patterned after She old Players Fraternity, but with much more radical teuilenciea than the or- There's a Finished The Suit That is Tailored to Measure shows the craftsman's touch. Have your next suit made by a practical tailor one who knows his business, Fred Thaell PHONE 1160 THE QUALITY STORE 315 FIFTH ST. 9., LETHDRIDOE CHICAGO, April Byron Bancroft Johncon of the Amer- ican is taking steps to fore stall scandals that still hang over from last season, particularly Just before and during the world series. "Big Ban" proposes what ho can t< stamp out tHfc growing gambling ovi in his league, and his'plan Includes tlie employment of a smalt army dnleciivfls, probably under charge Way Foiger, for fourteen years chief of police and detectives .at League Park in Cleveland. Folger has practically stamped the gamblers out of tbe Cleveland stands, io has also put pickpocket's out of malncir, end would-'he the man to ;ave charge of Johnson's force of dc- cctives. Foiger bas besn approached on the'subject, but has made no de- finite answer to the olfer. The system as outlined here would be lo have tho detectives mix freely with iho crowds, and get a-lino on the jrarobters and those who are try- ing to "fix" certain players to throw tholr games. Onco these men aro "srcttcd" tlfoy will fie barred from every park rcgardlcsn of whether they am players or spectators, Gamblers making bets at (In1 gamo will be es- corted to the gates, tnoney i-c- (unrlnil, and they will be requested to honor the park thereafter by their ab- 6C11CC. Tho score: 0 50 4 70 Ehmfce, Allen. Cox and Ainsmlth; Cicotto and St. Louis Drubs Cleveland, CLEVELAND, April Louis defeated Cleveland 6 to t today, scor- ing tbe winning run In the nlntU in- ning on a, pass to Williams and sin- gles by Jncobson and Billings. Cleve- land all but tied the count in the same, Inning, but fell short when Chapman j ganizatlo'i which formerly was was thrown out at the plntc In trying j sided over'by Dave Fultz, now presi-1 dent of the International league. There Is "a spirit o; unrest nmonE the players today' that is noticeable In Tbe players are not submitting to discipline the way they, used to, .The same feeling of dHpalisfactlon. thst in so mucli In evidence in the labor world Is uing rampant in, baseball. Already players of different clubs are In correspondence over ths start ot a new union. Tbe men have taken cognizance o{ the of prices, and the feeling Is we'll Ret our.i." v All through the training season tlse experienced onlooker has been con- Eclous of .this sense 'of unrest and "don't give a rap" in baseball. Tho many. last winter showed hoV." the wind was blowing. Liven players with holdover contracts, like Ruth-an] We.avor. refused to report until they were granted more money. The tip has parked around the dif- ferent camps In the' south lhat next year the players will insist that they bo paid for th? training season, their salaries lo start from the time that to acora from first on Smith's to rlgal. Tha score: SI..Units............'. 6 11 .2 Cleveland............. 4 10 it' Shocker and Billings; Uhlc and Thomas, O'.Vcill. No Game it Philadelphia PHILADELPHIA, April delphia-New York game postponed, rain. AUTO AND TRACTOR OWNERS I am now prepared lo repair aad rocliargo nil makefe ot Sjnr- ago Batteries and Magnatoes. All GuarflRtetrJ. WOOLF Next to Imperial Oil Station ALL WORK GUARANTEEP Pacific Coast SUNDAY GAMES Lake. U-5; Seattle, 4-1. Los '-iJiselea, 0-0; Vernon, 5-4. Oakland, M; San Francisco, 10-S. Portland, 3-S; Sacramento, 5-7. SATURDAY GAMES Thirteen Innings at 8t, Loula ST. LOUIS. April pitching! duel between Ponder and Haines' ended In the 13th inning ol the Pitts- hurg-St. Louis contest today when the local pHchpr weakened and allowed threu single." and a double, which ro-l Fulled In three runs for the visitors, SL Louis also rallied In the 13th and filled the bases after two were out. but Heathcote struck out. The score: Plttsburg............. 3 12 2 St. Louis............. 0 S 2 Ponder and 1-ce; Haines and dem- ons, IMlhoefcr. Reds Trim Chicago CINCINNATI, April cbum- plons made a clean sweep of their; opening scries with the Cubs by win-: nlng their third straight game 11 to 6. It was a looicly played con-' test in which each team forced i to use three pitchers. Tlie Chicago............... 8 Cincinnati............11 12 4 Tyler, Martin. Henry and Klllefer; Lutrcie, Fisher. BVer and Barlden. perhaps a fortunate thing for Other Postp'sned Georgei CSrfentler that he docs not Hrooklyn-PbUartelpbia game post- understand Ensllah any too well. K poned; rain. Georges were to rcat1 the various opin- New York-Boston game postponed; pong regarding his chances of beating rain. ;Jack Dempsey he could not help but lose some of