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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. APRIL THR LFTHEHinr.E OAI1A UERAU) PAGE SEVKN MUFEIII Got 'ennants :ka seventh with three thirds. Three times they have brought up the rcaK; The four pen-. nanis, four o! the seconds end the a life-time-percentage of All, the thirds all were won under tied hive won Tha Philadelphia club Is the only! Btietch in the second division, from other team with an averse higher. to 1914 inclusive, kept tha than 600, and the Phillies Just barely Dodgers in the baseball background, finished about this percentage, and Is responsible for the fact that equator. In their 37 years In the it has the eJge.on only one league the Phillies have won 2101 Louis. games from their present rivals and j The poor Cardinals have served as lost 2166. for :a, percentage of ,60t. nothing belter than the punching bag, The Phlli have the on Cincln- of the National league. Every club, I nati, Boston, Biooklrn end St. Louis, has licked them badly, St. Louis' 32 and Third Prizes Divid- ,500 Pat iloran won the clnos's only year percentage being .402, while D Ke- They Have Won 2533 Games and Lost 1961, for U Per- centage of .561; Giants .Only- Rivals (Frederick G. Ueb.) Coming down the corridors of (ho Chicago Cubs truly are the life- time champions of baseball. Starting ba'ck in 1876, a charter member of tho National league, the Ohs' not 'only havo tho highest lifetime percentage of-any club ia'elther but the Bruins: have'von, the'most' league cbumplouships and have the every learn In the National league. Going orer.a stretch of U years, the Chicago have won 253; games and lost 1961, for a percentage of f .The, games figured by Al Munro baseball ptatlstlclan however.drily, Include contests the Giants laid low the Cubs. years the club finished thW or bet- OT. In no seaion did the Cubs ever wind up tie; procession. The Cbteiio Nationals alto have the thrpo highest percentages re- corded by National league champions In 1876, .7JG in 1S85 and .763 in 1903. In the latter year the Cirbs Wt a record for victories with 116 against only 38 defeats. ClanU are Rlvali Chicago's .bated rival, the Giants ii the only ;elub that has been able to give the "Cubs any real argument over this stretch of years. The per- Qentago of the NOT- York club against the seven other clubs now in the league Is .560, only tour points behind tlio Cul) average. And In their 37 years of battling the Cubs have a margin of only five'games .over tho ChMgo; beat flow York ?44 Vh lie on 339 occasions naat, but It finished second five they have never woa a first or fin- times. Incidentally 'two of Iheaa eec- ished eecond. In 32 campaigns tho 'onds came during iloran's iour-year Cardinals bavo bad only four first administration. (division three thirds, and one Ifourtt have been last eight itlraes. Uugglns, the-present CardlaaU Again Wllh f Tankee gave centage of .452 over a 3a-year stretcn. ,Klll, ..Kahili: 'a The Keds, have -been able to win the Cardinals ed Among Thirty Who Get 50 Cents In- terest Locally Herald telephones were buzzing to-' .day to learn the results of soccer and best baseball, 'as he led two hockey games played 7000 mllea away. IE that flnjshcd third. The, The big interest centered In the'Eng and Uie' other Ui. Philly, in 1870.' the first year of Ellas' Pat'Woran last ceaBonV Patrick teams 'fared another brings llsh cup final and the wsy news'that Atton Villa had won was received, showed that Lethbrldge fans a: a body were behind the favorites. The fans of the .city and district are good gtiessers. One-fourth of those f'v imosf games that any club ever has: entering the Herald cup .competition from another, Is 21, won by Chi-1 Picked Aston Villa to win. ivtth the teams thai now mako up tho'lv'ationnl league. In _______ from Boston and 'over 300 victories from 'Chicago won 444 ..victories every other team in the league. Bos- toiy Cincy only finished second and that was back In when.Cir., Keck ran the club, Next we come to a baseball tragedy the Boston club. Up.tb tho advent ot the -American Boston ruled -Giants won 20 out of 22 games from Aston Villa three goals. Only five en baseba'll waves.' Up to the time the Boston cago from Boalon'ln The Braves) 'Although 35 entrants. !n the comps- set a-record In .4909 by losing- 411 tltlon guessed As Ion Villa, only five wma to a baseball tjagedy gamcs to -two clubs. 21 to Chicago' put In the.correct result, i club. Up.tb tho advent of and'20 to Pit'tsburg. In 1304 the in Aston -VlUa two goals. and' three American. leagiio put a club In Bos- ]u in8 Tears 1907 end 1908 Pitts- ton in 1901, itho. Bean Boys lei the burs won '40 .games off St. Louis, National league In games won, best against, four defeats, a two-year rec- percentago and :greatest number of club' against another. pennants. But since then the Na-j times In National league yeai-f, a championship ton "however, is the only other team every four yea'rtj In addition to 11! that has played continually in the tho. Cubs' have sereo seconds National league with Chicago since out of -14 the famous circuit yi-as Sora 'in the centennial year, 1876. The CUDS are the. only team that tha Giants have had to acknowledge supremacy 'to in their 37-year stay in the league. The Gotham clan: has a comfortable margin oa every'other club: In tha league. The Giants rank third In number of .pennants with eight. Naw York also has nine sec- onds. New stock on the Na- tion league pennant exchange took All liver whatever char- its great boost McOraw came to acter are dUeaiieii of'tho. highest 1m- the big town in 1902. In 17 complete porlance and 'demand cicso attention.' seasons in New York, McGraw won Tlw 1-ver is largest and one uf: eix pennants and. seven seconds, the tin most Important organs of thei most rehiarkablo ricord ever made by world's series'victory by the Braves of Boston, ranks next, to-the Cubs In tered for HuddersBeld, Including twc for one goal, one for two goals anc two for-three goals.. 'in second prize nhnll tiot receive less than the thin prize winners, ths Sporting Editor ha: decided to hunch the second and thin award It evenly between Yanks Beat Swiss 29-0 ANTWERP, April The American hockey team defeated i Ihc team of Switzerland is Iho and the tbtr'.yro-j Olympic games Here Ibis ainlug winners share f 15.00, giving n0on by a score of 29 to 0. iach 60 cents. I following nre ihe lucky win ot flrst mon'jy. Wilson. 1001 Sth Avenue South. Reaver No. 2 Flw Hf.ll. I! Hlncks, 3JJ Strj'ct South.! H. Godfrey. Iterdtevlllt. J Darlington. Oil KUh St. South. f ID following ?.ro the 'ieit siiig Aston VKK Scott, W. Hauler. W. 5IuArthur. 0 Matson. E. T. Henry. Mrs. Gardiner, Wm. Wh'tileld. 0. Reaver, i if B. 0 All-.vr.od. U Whaiton. S. RiiBSoll, J. M. J. A. Watson, J. W. Htowc, Ji. low W. Holherton, J. Dawr.on. J ice. A. C. Hageli. W. C. Siowe, D. Botur.ra. W. Vindy and HULL WON LONDON, April Can- adian Associated Hull won the Northern Rugby football final from Kuddersfield by three points to two. W. C. L. STARTS NEST SATURDAY IJjnlon Tlir- VI1U 3 goals. w'a< s'Jissed by ilcArlliur, C. Kera- ,zy, J. LONDON WOOL SALES 'LONDON, April wool WINNIPEG. Ajril mencing with the first ?ame ot the season In the Western Ca- nada Baseball League, which will bo played here next Satur- day between Saskaloon .and Winnipeg, the prairie provinces will enter on by far the best baseball season In their history, according to J. F. Cairns, of Saskatoon, who Is in the city today .on his way Sew London, Wisconsin, where auction sales yesterday 11.700 bales he has been watching the SaS' were offered. Prices were, flrni. ex- katoon team practice. tlonal league fans In Boston have had did a club go through ono'hrlght spot, Ihe sensational son. without-vihniag at least oae .v i, A A mb-from all -ofilia rivals Cincln- those in eecdnd and third places. Thii cept fcr hurry crossbreds and infer- v S losing n.ean that the five first prlzo win-1 lor merinos, which were easy. Its ten scheduled games to both Chi winning 'pennants with nine cham-icago and pionshlps; It also has five seconds and In 1883, when the Phillies entered threo thirds. Bui .Its centage Is only .478 lifetime per- the National .league, they lost for 44 contests, to Boston. body. Its duty prepare and se- crete- and. serve as one of the filters of tho: body, cleansing it of all any manager over such a .stretch of years. The Giants pulled up In the collar three times, twice under Me- Four successive tallend Louis always .was..a winner at raak- 1910, 1911 and an awful Ing losing records. In 1896 the Car- dent Into the Boston percentage. This dlnals "lost'all of Its games once formidable club now retains- the with the.Tleus. and In the following edge on only three Reds, twelve 01 Us sched- Dodgers and Cardinals. -ulcd games with the Giants. LIFETIME RECORD OF "GAMES WON AND LOST BY FROM 1876 TO DATE. COMPILED BY MUNRO ELIAS Chi. X.Y. Pitt, Phil.-Gin. Bos. B'lyn. Sl-UAVon. Lost. Pet Yrs. impurif'es poisons. Therefore! Graw. He took charge of tho club in when the liver" gets out of order it Is- July, 1902. when it -was lost ty 15 games. The Giants hit the basement again in.'1915." In third position comes Pittsburg, the starting of trouble te.nearly evcrj- part ot tho Keep the llvar active by using Mil- burn's Laxa-Liver Pills and'you will have no heartburn, constipation, .bit- iousness, sick or bilious headaches, .with an average of .627.for Its 33 ycira''-of warfare with the Cubs, painful protruding .Internal or bleed- ing piles. Mrs. Jrhn CMpman, N. B., hare nsed-Mllburn's Laxa- can're- commend th'eni to any'< ana suffering from heartburn and HVer trouble. 1 tried other remedies, but they o.nly re- lieved me for a short time. I always ffcommend Laia-Uvcr. Pills to all are a val- linble remed'y." JIllhurn'B .Lasa-Uver Pills are 23c ii vial at all. dealers .-or -mailed direct on receipt of uHce.by-Tha T.'Miihurn (Jo., Limited, Chicago .......i. 314 324. 3C6 355 444 320 3SO New York..... 339 374 322 374--325- 361 Pittsburg 292 293 321 283 351 Philadelphia, 310 294 '300 308 349 2S4 31C Cincinnati ...'.253 242 258-257 309. 313, .308 Boston- 299 i 325 284 "SOS Brooklyn' 243 233 275' 267 '248. 270 St. Louis 197 MB- 170 246' 241 "269 2538 2429 2174 21C1 1950 '2142 "233 1810 ,2047 .471 233- -1552 2307 .402 Totals ........1961 19D1-1956 2158 2047 2307 16750 1G750 HOW THE CLUBS FINISHED IN PENNANT RACES, 1876 TO DATE World dull, yellow eyes, brown blotches, sal--Giants. Reds, Bostons, low. complexion, coaled tongue, jaun- Dodgers and Cardinals. The way the dice, catarrh of the slomnch, or tho'Pirates been able to scalp the hapless'Cardinals Is largely responsi- ble for Pittshurg's substantial _per- centage.; The. Pirates. Barnes .Louis and lost.only 170. 'Piltshurg began feeding tho loft St. Louis pie in ,1900 with'11-vic- torles, and got 11 mora in 1902, under short schedules. They, got 16 In 1903, snd oi-der; 20, 20, 18, 17, 13 and 15. In the 'thirteen years Pitts- Blirg won "231 "victories 'against 88 uV.reales.1 :-i 'd Pirates have .the edge on all the clubs but Chicago and New York; and 1 2 Chicago... 11 7, Bojton 9 .5 New York' S 9 PIttsbure 5 Brooklyn..'.'. 4 .1, Philadelphia 1. 5 Cincinnati ,.j Stl Louis 0. 0 4 6 5 4 4 p Ii 7- ft" World championships from 1903 to data. have four'pennants, five seconds aha cores LONDON, Canadian Associated results, of football gnmes, played today follow: First Division Arsenal 0; Prestnn N- E. 0. Blackburn R. 5; Manchester U. 0. Dolto'n W. 1; Sheffield U.'O. City 0; JllfldleBbro 1. Derby C. 5; Cholsea 0. Bverton 2; Burnley-2.'- Manchester C. 0 Newcastle U. 0; Notts C. .2; Oldham A. 0." Sunderland 2; Bradford '0. West Bromwich A. 1; Liverpool 1. PRINCE OF WALES CHEWING TOBACCO LIFTOFF CORNS, MAGIC! NO PAIN Drop Freezone on a touchy corn then lift that corn off !1- TO BE HELD ON Sunday April 25th AT P.M. IN G. W. V. A. CLUB ROOMS All Are Requested To Be Present. Eecond'Division Birmingham 2; Clapton 1. Blackpool 0; Barnsloy 2. Bristol C. 1; Stockport C. Coventry C.-2; Lincoln C. Fulham 1; Grimsby Town 2; Tottenlia'm'H. 0. Leicester P. 0; Leeds C. 1. Hotherham 2; Wolverhampton W. 0. "Wsstham 0; Hull City 0. .Stoke South Shields 1. Soutlierr. League Brighton H. A. 3; Newport C. 1. -Cardiff C. End U.-O. Exeter 2; Norwich C. 1. .Giliingham 2; Merlhyr 1. Luton Town 1; Plymoiith A. 2. Millwall A. i; Portsmouth 1. Queen's Park Uangers Crystal 'nlace 3. Jleading 1; Watford 2. .'Southampton 3; Bristol Rovers 0.' Swintlon T. 5; Northampton 2, Swansea T. 0; Brentford 0... RENCH CADDIE'S EN.GL1SH GOT HIM INTO'TROUBLE Tho "French havo their troubles, oo, in picking up the other tallow's anguage, as Iho following caddlo itory Illustrates: An player was on the links at Crtnncs. His French boy engaged as a caddie had a knowledge of his om- iloyer's langirage to tho extent ol wo words. These two words he hac hoard Knglijh golfers use when .heir opponents made fino shots. The Englishman laid Hie ball dead from i distance of 200 yards or so, anc .urned to Ills cadillo for the npprova 10 felt he deserved. The boy's fncp wag eloquent, and gathering himself for tils'one supreme effort in the lino of iVuglols, he ex plodeil: "Beastly 1 recommend Dr. MUw Ncrviae for the Ncrvoui and ovcrccaainz and othrt T am 73 yeara of cje, during tic VVar, End I u-iih my old armr conu-idci, ind ctheri ofectcd lo try Dr. MHci JOHN F. ALtBRIQHT. A NYONE suffering from Nervous Disorders can get positive relief from Dr. Miles'-Nervine. For Dr. Miles' Nervine will strengthen and buud up the entire nervous system. It has proven itself invaluable for so many people, who once were1 sufferers, but who njoying now all the pleasures of a healthy, robust constitution. And like all Dr. Miles Preparations, Nervine no habit-forming, dangerous drugs or narcotics. It Is indeed a remedy of high quality, that you can depend on, in every way, e Ask your druggist for Dr. Muea Nervine. Sold on a guarantee to benefit. icd oi the Laboratory oj iks Dr. Miles .Medical Company TORONTO. CANADA Drop a little frVeezono nn SB achin corn, inslanUy thai corn stops tlien you lift It right out- It doesn't pain one hit. Yea, magic! Why Your druggist Bells a tiny hotilo of Frcezuno for a few cents, sufficient to rid your foot of every hard corn, soft corn, or corn between Iho toes, and calluses, without sore- Doss or irritation. FVeezpne Is Iho much talked of other discovery of'a Cincinnati FREAK GOLF GREENS ff tt tf tf Thcro is absolutely no ond to ih freakish tHings they can do in th name golf; but, then as a mhtto of fact, there Is no game -that lend itsolf to so many freak among players. The subject in nan deals wilh somo laltcrday conceits i putting greens. Tho Droadmoor club at Colorad Springs, Colo., has a green shape like a clover leaf, and another fashion cd in Iho shape of ft horseshoe. Th Ixichmoor club at Detroit, Mich., ha a. figure "S" putting ftroen at Ih eighth hole. Avter ;i golfer has pli over' this green ho fccis like a trie skater.. Some greens committee will com along some (lay and lay out tho Kreenkccper, a putting grcc shaped like a pint flask; or.'one ioncd like a cork. .Oirls arc advised by a.Duluth mln I Isler to Iraco the pedlgroo of their Intended husbands, the same as Ihey it thoy were buying a horse. From Package to Plate Ail in the mailer oE a few minutes ACARON! is one of those dclighllu! wheat products that ii pul up in package! ready lor instant use tl all lime I, Macaroni has nearly Iwice ihc noumhmenl, pound for pound, contained in meat, pouliry, etc. ll is a genuine lood product made from the haidcsi wheat in Wcitcm Canada. It ii a wheat product made under ideal sanitary condilions. more about Ihis nourishing, economical tood, Try il in one ol ihe hundred oi more different the folks with a aew dish. Your grocer carries him for il, A food for the or poor ;