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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THS LFvmmmr.E DAILI :ir.a.v WEDNESDAY, APRIL BRINGING UP FATHER G, McManus DIDN'T YOU HEW? "VHW 0 j I'LL DO THE WXE ME HONE 1160 THE QUALITY STORE 315 FIFTH ST. LETHBRIDGE War Veteran football teams In will have a prov- vincial trophy to play for. An- nouncement to this affect was made today by Thomas Long- worth of the local' Veterani' .Foot- bill Club. Arrangements for the trophy were made by the provin- cial command of the G.W.V.A.'at a meeting In Calgary on. Sunday. It Is the intention of thtie pro- moting the trophy elimin- ation contests In the north and the south and the ol these sections to play for the trophy. In the Lethbridge district such teams as the veterans of this city, the veterans bf Tiber, .Medicine Hat and vinerever a veterahl1 team is organized will: play sud- den death garnet for the cham- pionship of. the southern section. Similar proceedings will on in the Calgary, and- Edmonton districts and the winners will meit for the trophy.. Calgary and Edmonton ars considered in the .northern section. National League Improvement Promised In TV pi i. 1 ennis Club Live '.Executive Will Make Things Hum This Summer Social Life of Club PMsburg.......I.. Brooklyn.......... I Cincinnati Philadelphia St. Boston 2 j Chicago........... I Naw York......... 1 .500 .soo .600 .429 .too .200 .200 Chicago Loses The Melting Pot ST. lApril Urais made it two three Jrom Chicago this attcrnoon. vsinn'Ing 10 to Score: R. H. D. Chicago 3 7 3 St. ......10 IS 1 Turner, Mflrtin, Xewfcirk and JKllliter; Kchupp Hatnes and demons. Pitisburg-CIncinnati, rain. Hood Wins From Beaton BROOKLYN, April 20. Wallace Hood, iecrult outllelder from Moose Jaw in the Canada League won an 11-inaing game for Brooklyr 'rom Boston Ipilsy by 1 lo 0. Hoout eome life Into the club again .and make it entirely' Jltteront from last ear, when the enthusiasm ot the mpnAers seemed to bo lutk worm at limes. he -lateness of the season may lare had .something to do with tills. TOIB year it Is hoped to get started as soon as the weather will permit courts. There is not the need lor', the great aihoiint of preparation, .hat'had to be executed L last year. Pour courts Tv'lll be in full swing nil sunimer. 'Last summer only two coiirlB were used: Mambership Fees f Jlembersblp fees have hecu fhted at five dollars tor indies and ten dollars for men. Old members wish to wltli the club this year are re- FJNE GLOVES SPRJNGWEAR We approval a large, assortment of fine dress gloves .from .the world's best niakers. Fine at TmrDbgs.kinat 1....... ,___ Grey Suede, finest quality, black silk tipped at S3.50 Fine Tan Pigskin at- Extra Deerskin at And Several Other Lines. BERT KESTER'S Alexandra. Hotel MEN'S SHOP; Tile Home of 20th Century Clothing locls CLEANING AND PRESSING On the Cprner NO REPLY FROM BRITISH BOWLERS JI.MMIE WILDE TO IN TORONTO j. ____ TORONTO. April ciuested to notify proper authority bv TORONTO, April 20.-Match maker I ion Lawn Bowling. Association not May lo. After that date applications charllo ilallatt of the OranJ Army of yet received a reply from the British from new members will be passed on. 1 Canada stated-'at -noon today that; bowlers inviting IL to tour Canada Applications from now members will: jlllllnv the sensational little I It Is cxiiectH that Ihu be received right along now ad-! am, flyweight, chant-' invitation will be accepted., mittance will not -be granted-until ria appMr Is-known bow many of Uie old meni-: f. In- ..-1.1. ''till. U'l Oeschger and O'Niell; Cadore and _vcar wjll Ivrueger. I dojlsra on this bers in tend [o stay with the club'. Oltl members who paid .ten. dollars Cravath Htts Homer NEW YORK. April Cravath, of the Phillies, won the third and deciding game of the series with the Giants today-irh'e'n he hit a home run into the grandstand, sendlug In two. runs ahead of him'; Score: R. H. E. Philadelphia 3 51 New York............ 030 There seems to be considerable mis- understanding about the provincial championship basketball game and :he lime when it will be played. The' rferald will announce the date as soon cs it is received. An authority'on the club is keeping this page in touch with developments in that line. The meeting of the L.A.A.'A. tonight promises to be Interesting. Those who have tho privilege of' attending should not allow "anything to keep them away. A, good'.uttendanco at all such meetings will mean increased enthusiasm as the seasoa progresses. It will be pleasing information if tho announcement Is made fit tlftj L.A.' A.A. meeting tonight that tho Veter- ans' hockey team has been able to hand orer the proceeds from tho nlpsg garae. Rliey and Wheat; and Me- Cariy. 1 American League fee. a credit' of 'five year's membership Social Side ;The social side of the club wiil re-t ceive more attention. One way tlie executive hope to improve this side R: H. Hincks was elected president. Miss 1M. Johnson, vice-president and J. Ritchie Patterson, rounds for a'pitrso of The weight will be pounds; ringside, the weight which Wlldo stlp-j ulates for all his bouts. Jlallntt Is to! select any opponent.he may dealrpj who can-make-this weight. Ho an-1 nounced today lhat.he will select one i of the following good boys: Jack flnrinS t Sliarkey, Pal-Moore, Joe Lynch, Kran- kie.Mason.'Bohby.Bbir or Pslsy Wal- lace, it, was announced somo time ago that Wlldo would appear liere during May, It was indednlle. and no facts given; regarding, who was lo Boston....... Chicago........... 2 Cleveland......... 4 Philadelphia....... 1 New York......... 1 St. Louis........ 1 Washington.......'2 Detroit........... 0 Won. Lost. Pet. 0 0 1 ,1 4 1 BOUCHER HOLDS GROUCH AFTER OPPONENT OFFERED OLIVE BRANCH IN OTT. 1.000 l.ono OTTAWA, April 21. to Frank Caldor, rays the Citizen, _? i the only feud orealed during the met 'Ia8t season !n Hockey Game Galled on account of a heavy fog. Many Paufii Pf.VYERS WII.I, NOT BE CLEVELAND, April t J-AIC-UO or, defeated in a -pmalng" game. ALLOWED EVEN TO CUSS 11 to'io. Owing to cold weather each team used five pitchers who Issued 18 League, which, did not end with U, was that between George Boucher, ot the' champion Ottawas, and Ken Chicago-St Lou s game called at the fSwjaani o! tte Torontos. After Ot- end of the third inning, with Chicago; Uwa had won mp from leading, I to 0, and the bases filled, Seattle, the Toronto "bad man" enter- CHICAGO, April on the baseball fields will not be toler- ated in the American this ieason, President Hlckey. told his staff of umpires 'at a conference here recently. The umpires were instructed to order any player or manager off the passes. Score: II. H. E. Detroit 10 3 2 11 -1 S Allen, Cox. Glacier. Ayera anil Alnamith; Caldwell. Myers, Facth, Morton, Ijhle r.nd O'Neill. Zachary Hard Hit field at the first offence, and to report! subsenuer.t violations 'to "President Mickey, who Falrl he Intended lo fine -ry itaiiied lard today, but an early load and perhaps suspend the offcndlnE player. "We havc> determined to give Hie game a thorough Presi- dent Hltkey said, "--.a that the sport Bfll be made sale for women an-J children. Swearing v.-lli not be toler- atcd., 1 have instructed the umpires; to enforce the rule to tlie letter, and I playcrrj violating H wlil feel the force of it.'< I and won. S 'lo Tlliey Walker made I ed the Ottawa dressing room and shook hands trith hie eicept Boucher. 'What's the -big idea." Inquired .t. K. Is. Roas o' Now as Ilandall held out his hand. "Oh, tho season's over, might as well end it said Randall. "I'll not shako hands with u man who cut mo down the way you replied Boucher, as IlandCUl turned away. President Calder read tlie riot act the next day and tried to patch up tho breach, but Boucher, who ctlll carries scars as a result ol Randall's attack on him in that famous 1-0 game at and will take place at the exhibition grounds. AUTO SUBWAYS NOW PREDICTED underground system of roads 'for .automobiles, to relieve the growing traffic congestion oh I-on-! don streets Was predicted by'T.ord' iVsbfleld of-Southwell, in a speech at i the American Luncheon Club. These he1 suggested. I bo connected the outer districts j t.'t tho metropolis ty n system ot boulevards, vfhlcli would be used ex- clusively for motor traffic. London today'Is the greatest rid- iiiB city in tho world, said Lord Asbfleld. Roads capable of dealing with motor cars must bo pro- vide-.] soon, he said. !Ic cilso predict- ed an increase to the, number nnd size of underground railways for London, besides the underground motor roads. mm AUTO AND TRACTOR OWNERS I am nrnjc prepared to and rccbarBR all makes of Slor- .asa Batteries and Magnptces. All GuaranteeiJ. J. F.WOOLF Next to Imperial' OH Station ALL WORK GUARANTEED Toronto, again declined. R. H. K, Washington 8 10 Philadelphia 5 H 1 Siaclary and Ohorrity; Martin, Hae-l ty, Kimicy nnd Pcrkina. Five Straight BOSTON. April Doffton won Its fifth slralghtgame today, beating New OLYMPIC SWIMMING TRIALS Dr. J. F. Ssbboh is. making an ex- amination of 'all Stratford Public school children's teeth. CRACK HURDLER IS DECLARED A CANADIAN HAN'OVKH. K. H., April Thompson, the crack green hurdler, j who Was recently declared ineligible lor I he American Olympic team on account of bis Canadian clllieniihfp, has announced Ills intention of going to Montreal July 10 to compete for the Canadian loam. Thompson is Joint holiior of the world's record for'the hiKli hurdles. Thompson hnsi lived in United Slates nil his but during the mar took out Canadian pnpers In order to strve In ilio HuiM riytjig Corps. He Is at pres- ent the mainslay on Dartmouth's track lo.iiii, 1'iiniiiiiK In hurdles and broad jtirnpn afi as acting fls pivot ma'.i on ,lfc- relay York. 3 to 2. Score: New York Boston Shawkee and Wallers, Ituel; 5 3 0 S 2 Pennock ar.d American Assn. MONTREAL. Apr.l tho nn- r.up.l meeting ot the Canadian Swim- ming Association to lie held m the' U'lmlsor Hotel here on next Sntur-. (Vjy. the dotes for the holding of t'ic( Olympic nwlmrnlng trials as well as: the place where they are to be held, I rill be decided, according (o tho an-1 nouncernent mpdo here by Chris, N. j Ooulden. Invitations have Eieen sent out to swimming In alt cities of, Canada to attend the inciting. It Is likely the. bn held tlie lat- ter pan of June, either In Toronto or Montreal. 410 FIFTH STREET The Most Popular Recreation Dominion Bowling Alleys Dominion Bfdj. linlranco on. Sixth Streot. Kansls City., ft; St. 7. All others po.'tponctl, wet grounds. L Pacific Coast Salt Lake, 2; Oakland, 3. Sacramento, Vfrnon, 4. All others postponed, teams travel CHAMPION'S NEW PITCHER A new bnrehaH player of note arriv- ed hero on Friday last and bus tr.kcu up his resWonce with ilr. end Mrs. ?J, B. Silar, He promises, from frrpt to eicel aflythlng In the bBEbball line Champion has over ac- qirfrcd. Ho only weighs about ten pounds at present but "Si" sees no difficulty in training him up to aver- RE? Clitaaltls, Andy Can fix It I( your auto or .tractor radialor needs repairing, the "know the equipment and the big- gest shop in Alberta is at your service. ANDY The Man 412 4th Next Silver Grill ;