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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX LFTHBRIDGE DAILY VK'jftA'D THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1920 BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McMarius 10 LIKE TO HAWE THE LWT WORD FEU OMCE WITH NMOE. y. 8UTCHEM 405 FiitL Street South Better Meats-lar teW Money i'' Get Our Prices on All Kinds of Meats before buy- ing ElsewKere. We Handle Nothing but the Best. Arrangements For Good Season Made -I -At L A. A. A. Meet loopers Give Much For Game Championship Contest Starts lit 9.30 p.m. Saturday in Y. M. C. A. Parks Portioned Off to Football and Baseball Organizations and South Side Treated Fairly in the 5 Matter of to.be Wiped Off by Exhibition Attractions During Summer, i; The stage is now set for an im- iparalleled, season of sport in jfbridge. The U A. A. lA. has pass- ,cd on Iho grounds ana the base- and foolball leagues have oh- .'talnwl their desires In these mat- vill he raUM this-Bum- .Bjer L. A. A. 'A, through ex- hibHion games. was decided on'at a meeting of the L. A. A. A. lait' night in Mayor Havdle's They decided that such a coarsci -would bo better than lot ing a percentage the gate re- ceipts trom the footballers and tho baseball league. This plan raet with thaa.pprovol pt tiie sport- ing organizations concerned. Tie L. A. A, A. have reserved all holidays for the purpose of susiig'attractions. TnesB may lako any of a number.o( forms the organization may pee fit to de- cide on. For Instance, they may ilecldo on July 1 to have s field day consisting of a baseball game, a football game, and -running races, for which admittance would 02 charged.tho general public. Play Exhibition Gained liTrns.dceidcd that baseball and football organizations will play at least one game for the-henefit ot the A. A. A. during the season. A 'baseball benefit game win be played o'n May the Miners. It is thought they will meet the Hankers, but a definite decision on will be announced- later. May 1 -is a holiday in the advanlage' of this the-game will be sbged, it is thought, iii tha north ward. Tennis will 'self-s'ustaining this summer, but will he under the control of tbo L. A. A. A, sd far as the courts are concerned. Mr. Filmer was appointed secre- tary .of the 1.. A. A. A. for another month. j Unknown Victim Will Meet Him at Bcnton Harbor on July -Ifh BASEBALL Major Minors -Results and League Standings. Pitteburg Cincinnati On Saturday nljbt at 9.00 sharp tho Edmonton All-Stars and. Letiibridgs joys will clash at the "V" to battle for provincial championship for the ear 1920. Tho Edmonton team will re: Dr. Duusworth, captain; 'John nd Keu CroiieK Burned and But- hart. Three of these -boys belong to V" team amd two to tne Unl- ersity. Tlic Letlibridge hoys are giving Kd- montoii a hundred-dollar' 'guarantee. Tho -live-point lend las will not count so you'sec that the V" boys aro not being favored In way, lint just the same they are eady to' go and are ready to make he northern boys travel. v Tlio "Y" boys were unable to go to and so were willing.to meet Irao-st any demand to get- Kdmontou o play here. 'j The' Lclhbridge line-up is 'being'1 changed ft little and.will be Geo. Young, P. Irivin. F.'Bonnell. K.; 'ope, C. Snow and Quo. SIcKillop. The boys had ilieir.last practice last night] and are now waiting for the day. jPlttsburg The game is cfelted for 9.30 In. order Brooklyn o give those Cincinnati :o see tiie I 50c and "liifj. Boston (New York National League Mechanics Go Down; To Herald Scribes. Made Ten Pin Match j gupe ivith 'a Margin of'206 Pins; Plenty of Amusement Lost. Pet. Boston j" 5 0. 1.000 Chicago 0 1.000 Cleveland 1 1 .800 Washington...... 2 2 .501) St. Louis 1 2 .333 Philadelphia 1 S Now York 1 4 .200 Detroit 0 5 .OM Pirates Trim Champs CINCINNATI, April cgain defeated CJnciJinati, althpujh the locals outba'.teS the visitors al- most 2 to 1. Score: S 3 3-13' 2 Cooper Lee; Ring, Fbher and Rariden. All other games.postypried, rain. American-League ,-Ycs, (he scribes were right on the job last night at tho Dominion Alleys. They put tho auto doctors -.way with a margin of plus to the sood. That is not saying very much for the class of bowling. No one particular person is. JfOquj to get boosted because" all thought they should have 8one better. Howflver, ilisler was high man with 526-ior arid Clcasc SchweiUer wdS'oecond.'-Schweitzer pUying for the garage' boys acainst the Herald aggregation. The match, as expected" with, a bjinch of 'guys' mixed in it, wie 8on5ething''6t a" burlesque oiid proved to he more fun. than a barrel olinohkeys. T The scribes won by- tho" score of against Tjollovflrig ari tho Individual, Mechanics ,Won. Lost. Pet. The admission will, Philadelphia St. rjnctnr, Is Stopped Jimmy Wilde Waded Through Philadelphia Him Outclassed .'i CHICAGO, April 22, Jack Dcmpiey ycslerday signed for hla ifnce ht won the world's heavyweight championship from Jess Willard at Toledo last 4th of July. 'Mariager JackrKearha came io ttrms Floyd Filxstmmons, a Benton Harbor, Mich., promoter, for a match at'the'Michigan re- sort July 5, Dempsey's opponent will be'chosen within ten days. Fitzslmmons already has opened negotiations with Fred Fulton, Billy Miskc nnd Bil, Brennan, CAMDEN, N.J., April champion, so far outcTassetf Battling Murray of Philadelphia fn Ihelr eight- round bout here last night that Commissioner John S. Smith, of the New Jersey Boxing Commis- sfon, stopped the contest in the li'st round, Both fighters were beloWthe re- quired weight of 116 pounds. .833 .SOO .600 .603 Bakos Cleveland Peters Pilling C.' Schweitzer.. Totals...... nisler Ait ken 434 115 135 111 C A PS For the. Well-dressed Man "We would again draw your at- 1 tention to our spring 'range ob snappy, jaunty caps, they leave nothing to. well dressed man. In- cluded in the assortment are several lines of fine, English Tweeds that-are quite unusual in design and coloring' with linings to match. It's worth your while to see.our range. BERTKESTER'S MEN'S SHOP :The Home of 20th Century Clothing Alexandra Hotel Block On 'CLEANING AND PRESSING 135 151-420 114 Chicago Won Only Game CHICAGO, April bat- out an easy" victory prer st.. Louis today In the final Kamb brthu: series by a score of 7-to 4. Score: St. Louis 13 3 hicago 7 93 Gallla, VangUder oad'SereroId; Wit- Hams ar.d Schnlk.. Detroit, Cleveland, postponed, rain.' i, Washington at Philadelphia, rain. New York at Boston, rain. .420 Hawkins'. ".'.wo j'cor1.. .2001 .200 Totals 032 054 Hsrald 174- IIS 143 1 OS Ill J87 138 105 143 135 17, .United Dumbarton.. oJi) I 393 35 24 3 ,S'7l 26 55 39.61 S -10, C9 52 52 3S 21 13 4.75 5S 40 4018 14 S 73.53 44 .38'15 13 10 "40 3o 14 10 11 58 36 33 37 IS 16 3 5C CO 39 ..37 It 13 ,10 CO 59 3S 40 12 15 13 54 n2 37 V. 4fl 14 IS 8 00.67, STECHER.WINS 7S3 669 American Assn. St. 13; Kansas City, 4. Toledo, 7; Ixiulsvllle, 4. Columbus, 0; Indianapolis, 2. Minneapolis, 3; Milwaukee, 2. OLD COUNTRY FOOTBALL LEAGUE'STANDINGS English Division P. W. D. F. A. P. W. Brom Albion 39 27 9-3 99 44'57 Burnley .V-.-iO 21 11 '8 62 55 05 CTielBoa......39 21 13 5 54 43 27 3S.21 4 69 56 46 Liverpool 40 18 13 '9 57 43'45 Bolton Wand. ..'40 17 1VQOLF Next to imperial OH, Station ALL WORK GUARANTEED, International Clcmcnls and Whittcher Enler- ed in Dominion.Cham- pionships OTTAWA, A-pril entries (it totl.iy for the Cansdian lioxlng rjhamplonslilps which ara to be Saturday so far includes box Tormito. Montreal, London. CJnl.. Nova Kcotia nnrl Calgary. 'Andl lists aro expected from Mont- real aiitl Toronto today. Sydney Cleraente. tf- Is en- !'ired in two ctasfcs. UTi tiTid 12G rKJ'iwkv, Wnlttclier, of Calgary, is oilier Canada entrant and is to -bo.t la the 185-round divi- sion. Buffalo, Baltimore; S. Akron at Jersey City, rain. .Rochester at Syracuse, rain. Toronto at Heading, rain. CLAKEHHOLM CURLERS ELECT OFFICERS; HOLMES Sheffield. BS >3 23 9 27. (61 21, English Division j P. U a P. A. V. Tottenham Hot. 39 31 3 a 10L 30 07 llfuddersficld TV 40. 20 6 8 01 3? Mi 38 23 S 7 S3 30 63j Etaokpool, 40 20 10 10 G2 43 60 Bury.. 39 20 12 7 57 30 47 West Ham V- 39 IT 12 10 42 37 44 fulham 40 17 !4 9 off 13 17 16 6 55 -17 33 South Shields 39 14 14 11 55 45 ?.5 Hull City 33 17 17 5 33 Bristol City 39 11 It 17 41 40 39 40 14 16 10 58 52 3S 38 14 15 0 OS 65 37 39 14 17 R 66 57 3G WE HAVE A SMALL STOCK OF OLD STYLE HUraOBILE PARTS Several Good Buys in Used .Cars G tne ral .Repairing AH Work v MECHANICAL GARAGE Corner 4th Ave. and 3rd St. S. PHONE 1130- Leicester City Port Vale Clapton Orient. 39 15 ZO 4'44 56'3. TAKES HELM FOR 1920 XV; 3t'i2 16'9 49 64 33 Rotberhnm C... 39 12 19 S 48 SO 33 Notts Forest 40 10'20 10 39 05 SO fTrom Our Own April curlers held their anuual meeting in the council chambers Kriday even- fug. The icgulnr business of the meoi- Wol'hampUm W 33 COTontrj' City T. 8 20 10 4S 7 22 10 20 4 20 0 21 i; 21 ing was discussed nnd the election FIFTH STREET Southern officers resulted of] V A, N. Holmes, president; T. A. Murray, fortstnOTth 38 22 0 10 Go 21 5t sec rotary-1 rensurar; and an wecutlvo I "tfcrd 5} .J lar Recreation Dominion Bowling Alleys Dominion Bldg. Kulranci! on Stxtb street. 3. Taylor, W. Kntght, lUngrosr, P. Murray and S. Thfl prolest coramltlcti arc n Mcftatt nnd-O. Rlngrotio. FIFTY F.NTRIES OTTAWA, aro iiparly fifty In (he fiinp.tour Ij07.1nff cbnmpionyhlpn whicli arc to be hold hero 1'rMay nights. Tho list liiclnilcs Sydney and Whitlcbcr, of Cal- S'2iy. Thu drawing will lake place to- night. Win. CiiiTOl,