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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta -fiE six THIS LlirHUlfirATR DAUA' MONDAY, APRIL 25. 192Q Edmonton Lethbridge 45 31 Falcons Czechs 15 Falcons Yankees BRINGING UP FATHER G. McManus WELL-I HOPE 1 INTO ANY OF THEM OP HABITS FOR IT> THW THEY KNOW BETTER WHEN THEY 41T I BUTGHmRIA 405 Fifth Street South Better (or Lees Money TUESDAY BARGAINS Steak, per Ib......, 30c Shoulder Sleak, 2. Hamburg Steaks, ,2 .ibs. for 45o Sausage, 2. Ibe. for We are in tho-mail order bus- iness. poinls. Special prices oil- Hams and Bacon to farmers. ed, but not chagrined at Its defeat by Canada lost night. "It was anybody's, game UttlS! near the litiish." said Manager Kfcllowes, "but the best learn won." All competitors ore invited to a caarily exhibition next iMday. KInS Albert probably being present, Hocke? enthusiasts arc hoping to see tie- Can- adian players in action again In this exhibition game, but tbo players havo not yet teen selected, it is said tborol is little likelihood of arranging for! the Canadian and United States teams Canadians Win in Olympic Series; BeatYankees2-0 Maple Leaf Aggregation Goes Through Amateur Series so Far at Antwerp Without Goal, Being Scored Against Battle Sunday Night Was Hard Meet Sweden Now in the Finals. ANTWERP, April Fal- cons of Winnipeg carried the Maple Leaf to victory for the sec- ond tine In the Olympic.hockey, series by eliminating the United SUtti seven in the semi-finals to- day by a score of 2 to 0. They will meet Sweden In the final con- test Monday and ars strong favor- ites for world's honors, Today's contest with the Amer- of whom are Cans- the most ex- citing battle of the series. Both teams we're on their mettle and at half time neither had scored. The Icelander star forward, Fred- erickson; penetrated the 'Ameri- can defense after the resumption of play with one of his famous corkscrew rushes .and shot for the first counter of the game. This was a signal for a tremendous ,ovation from the crowd of Brit- 'tish Tommies and spectators who .had Sttendtd the'game'to foot .their colonial to victory. Five mtnutes after Fred- erickson's onevman feat, Johan-- neson-took the puck snd tallied ,'the second goal for the Canadians. From then on the Americans made several futile attempts to break the stonewall defense of Benson and Johanneson who proved un- beatable. Wally Byron gave a -wonderful exhibition of goal tend- ing and was responsible for turn- ing off many likely-looking shots. Both the Canadian goals were the outcome of scrimmages and after hard >flghting. Sweden Wins Two ANTWERP, April de- In this cibibitrou meet st :is tbo visit the battle zones of France nd Belgium be-'oro returning to tho nited States. Edmonton All Stars Are Hoop Champions; Croziers Win Game Lelhbridge Hoopers Made Big Fight and Overcame Part of Lead in Second .Grozier Responsible for Score Was Edmonton 45 and Lelhbridge 31. BASEBALL Major Minors Results and a League. Standings. National League feated Belgium in the first game o ho Olympic hockey tournament .las nighl. '.Tho score was S to 0.'. Swede also defeated France. 4 to 0. Goodman Was Star LOXDOS. lApril Fa cons hocltey team defeated the Czech' Slovak team in tho Olympic game, a Saturday by a score ol 1 0 0. The Falcons were clearly tb superior team and played short pas :s fit terrific Goodman ps standing out as the sla player. Canucks 15, Czechs 0 ANTWERP, April Cana-j dians defeated the Czteho-Slovaks In Olympic 15 to 0, ou Saturday night. Canada and Sweden Tonight ANTVv'Eitl', April and Sweden will meet in the Ice Palace hate tonight in a game which will de- termine the .Olympian lioclrey cham- pionship. France and tho United States were eliminated for first plnci) honors yesterday, tho former by los- iiig to Sweden by a score o: 4 to 0. and ihe-latter by going ilown to a 1 tb 0 defeat before the Falcons '.-t Canada after A stirring contest. That Canada win the champion ship iccms certain, as the Swedish team has little hope except to ivoM j Ihe Falcons In a low score. Under' Ibe Olympic rules, all team directly beaten by the champion lean must compete for second prize. Tim Uio United States, Ciecho-SlovaWa tlio tonight's game will Won C 0 C Lost 3 3 5 4 4 5 Brooklya1.. Pittsbutg Cincinnati' St. Louis Philadelphia Boston f t York Chicago.......... 2 7 SATURDAY GAMES New York 1 Boston Toney and Snyder; TIearn, ud Gowdy. Urooklyn Pet. .667 Ml .06? .MO .500 ,353 .375 .S'2 Bdmouton All-Stars are oaskBtbBl! cliampions of Alberta. By a score of 45 to 31 tboy defeated tho Letlibridge basketball team Siturfay night ou the local V. M. floor. WmoMon would Uavo had a ban! Tight to win if they bad nol been blessed with the Crozier brothers, two youup men ol good height and weight and fine- play- ors. Tile game was fast from beginning lo end and was rough. of tho Kdniouton team, seemed to be trying to do as much dirty work-aa he couhl and be hail a narrow ftscape from sending Young to a hospital. While Young was on his back on tho floor Duhsworth is alleged to havo kicked him. Plenty of tho spectators say they saw this and the afiair uear- ly brpiight tho game: to a close in a ree fijJHt. Dunswbrtb- denies tlio iou, but Young ieare. the marks. Wes. Patterson, referee of the first talf ot the same, did. not meet with ho1 approval d tho, fans. When he ame on the floor at. tho -beginning if tho second pcri9d.Jbq crowd booted him. of tie sec- 10 I C 4 Scott oad half, garo a bel'or deal all round, according to tho comment of tbo ans. J. Crozier Stars Joiin Crozier was tho Ws scorer ol ,he game. Iu tho hart bo put 13 7 hllndelphia Urinios and 0. Miller; G. Smlth; Cantwell and Wllhrow. Cincinnati............. 1' 8 C Chicago.............. '4 1 1'islier and Rarldea; Vaughn [vlllefcr. St. Lauis.............. 6 10 Plttsburg.............. 0 3 1 draw opponents following that con- test. The Aiherlcan team was dlsappoint- Doak ami Clembns; Fonder, Wis ncr, Meador, Carlson aud'Lee. SUNDAV OAMES Champions Cop Another CINCINNATI, April cham .onfl drove Goodwin from the box In the first inning today nnd won froa St. Louis 7 to 5. Score: St. 5 7 3 Cincinnati............. 7 -15 2 Goodwin. Sherdell and demons; King and Wlngo. Giants Defeat Dodgers April York defeated Brooklyn 5 to 2 today beforo tho largest crowd that over attended n five baskets lie second be made oil. Ken Crozier put one in during the second period. Eutchart score-I four and lour fouls in tbo firfl half and in the sec- ond.-: Dnnsworth did hot. start scor- ing until the second when ho put In two baskets and two fouls. For tho Letbbriilgo team Vouus put in.four fouls and, two baskets in tho first and tbreo baskets nnd threo fouls iu tbo second. Irwin got one basket In the first and three In the second. 'Bon- ioll scored a basket In each holt. Me- Ullop got two in the second half. The halt-time score was, Edmonton. 22, and 10: gained tbo ball at start of the game and by splendid combination work loolt it Into Loth- bridge territory and losfit M. ibb'bae, kot, Tho ball soon went to tut Ed- monton basket and Lethbridge scored. Lethbridge fouled anfl Edmonton fail- ed at tho basket and in a few minutes Young got a basket on an Edmonton foiril' Within two minutes Edmonton at first basket and a long pass into Leihbridge territory resulted iu another score for Edmonton. EdmOn- Hoyt and Walters; Shaw, Schachi nnd Gharrtty. Spiing Neckwear We announce the arrival of a com pleVe and.up-io-the-minute assort- ment of beautiful new neckwear. All the iiew colorings and natty hard to beat. They are exclusive goods and the prices are right. Our large, range is second to none in the city. Priced from 15c to BERTKESTER'S O MEN'S SHOP The Home of Century Clothing Alexandra" Motel Block On tho Corner CLEANING AND PRESSING other long pass, basket. :McKiK lop ended'the'scoring ivi'th a basket. When Vti'uifl.. was called the Lcth- bridge boys gave Kdinonton three cheers. The Score Following are: lie scores: -.EDMONTON. -.first Half. Sec. Half. ton got another chance on a foul and lost Young, soon got a basket on an Edmonton, foul. Just Dropped It-In 3. Crozier by this time was working fine. His long reach was beginning to count and witbiu a 'few minutes lie received tho ball in front of the Chicago.........'...... 7 12 Detroit..........-..' 1 5 CIcotte nnd Dauss, AHeu and Stanage. SUNDAY GAMES Walter Johnion Won WASHINGTON, April 0 Lethbridge basket and seemed to 1 drop it right in. At any rato ho scor- ed easily. Bdmonton followed with a. foul called on Irwlli. lit this case the crowd thought Patterson called a raw deal, OozieF camo hack with another basket. Young missed his basket 011 an Edmonton foul and In by taking lae Unit game 2 to 0. Score Boston.............. 07 3 Johnson 7 0 and The contest weal Into the extra ,yoor Ing at a nothing to nothing tie. Score: k "Excellence" the Effect of Indivi- dual Tailoring; Points Which Will Appeal to the Careiul Dresser The importance ot a man's appeariiiR at his best ot fill times Is given particular emphasis In tho business and social worW of tbo present day. To the particular dresser there i.i so a sense, of satisfaction in tho knowledge that his garments are tailored with correct and carfcful technique, conforming to the lines of his body. The brain-work that the expert must ilo and the etmal care exercised by (iia buyer In tbo selection of tlie fabrics, all show TO 4tt Iho Individually tailored suit, giving its wearer an !-.ir of and distinction which Is recognizable wherever he hwcna-to he. "Ml" U not so groat a, matter ot Importance any tious demands of modern.life nnd athletic diversions having given considerable lee-way in this frcnuontly emphasized polnl, but tailors are able to combine this feature with tone and stylo In the specially tailored garmont, Our custom-made clothes by our own expert tailors, ii you prfffr, or Thornton Douglas Clothing If you ready-made niiir, Trill glvo you the boat obtainable. a baseball game here. Score: 7 2 Washington...... Bush and Walters; IMcnich. Detroit Eighth Straight DETROIT, April won a 10 Inning pitcher's battle between Ehmke anil Williams today. 2 to 1. Butcbart Dunsworth J. Crozier K. Crozior Burnctto P." 4 0 ..0 ..0 0' B.Toli 0 1 C 1 1 LETHBSIDGE PirstMalf. Sec. Half. F. U.ToU I i> Young i.. Irwin Bonnell Kane Total 4'- 0 0. 0 ATTENTION AUTO OWNERS I am now prepared to repair and recharge all makes of Stor- age Batteries and Magnetoes. Alt Work Guaranteed. J. F. WOOLF Next to Imperial OH Station ALL WORK GUARANTEED soon got a cbeer from the gallery b> making a basket on a long thron from tho side. Within the next few minutes Young scored following an Edmonton foul. Edmonton missed on a Letbbridge foul and Crozier made, a basket, Edmonton EOOIY scored again and Bonnell got bis first has- hot. Lethbridgo boys fumbled the mton got Fred Thaell PHONE 1160 THE QUALITY STORE 316 FIFTH L6THBRIDOE Ma- New York a _ Jirooklyn Barnes and 3nyder: Cailoro, larl, Mammaux and Krueger. Babe Adams Wins Again CHICAGO, April Fltlsbiirg dc eatcd Chicago 4 to 1 In a lo-lnnlng illcher's duel Between Henilrlx and Dabc Adams. Tbo visitors won the; Chlcp.50 2 Detroit 1 ar.d Ehmko Smltii. Cleveland Bumped ST. 1.OU1S. April 8 0 S 2 and i Asiter a short lustio around ttio LeihbrSdge basket duiCng JUe first few minutes of the-second half Ed- monton got a basket. A foul had been called on Lethbridge nnd Ed- 1 nlt monton had'missed the toss. The n ti'AU IJliaauu mu hsrd in the pinches today and i score was by Bonnell and defeated Cleveland 4 to 1. Score: Cleveland 1 70 St. Lnnla 10 0 Xlehaus, Uhlo, iMurchlson and O'Neill; Sntharon and Billings. Athletics Win k Same NEW YOUK, April Phlla- eerico then Young got a count of ono on a foul. Crozier was uncovered and did net.have any trouble getting a basket after receiving a long pass. Ho scored again In a few minutes, and Ihen Irwin dropped one Young got a count on a foul. look game when Hendrli weakened in the Athletics closed their scries U long pass, for a baskeL Crozier 5lh Inning by walking ono, followed today by n score of 2 16 1 over fouled and Young mado the grade, by threo bltJ. Score: _ n _ I Neyr York Yankees. It was the' TWO Kdmonton -boys got mixed up first game won by Philadelphia McKlllop ann the outcome was a it won tho opening game of tho sea- count of one to Young's credit, son. Score: Crowd on Floor riilla.lelphla........... 2 S 2 Edmonton back with a siml New York............ 1 7 0'iar count and then Young got n has Ittsburg Chicago............... 1 1' 1 Adams and I.eo; Hcndrix and Kllle- 'er. Only throe games playeu. WE HAVE A SMALL STOCK OF OLD STYLE HUPMOBILE PARTS Several Good Buys.In Used Cars Qcneral Repairing All Work Guaranteed MECHANiqAL GARAGE Corner 4th Ave.'and 3rd St, S. PHONE '1130 410 FIFTH STREET TheMostPopular Recreation Dominion Bowling Alleys Saiement, Dominion Bldj. Knlranco on Slilh Street. American League Nayior and Perkins; Shawkey and Hud. Chleago Boston Cleveland Washington Ne-.v York St. Philadelphia Detroit Won C fr 4 8 2 3 0 Pet. l.COO 2 .750 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Toledo C; Columbus 7 (13 St. Paul ot Minneapolis, rain. Kar.iis Ultj' 2; Milwaukee 12. First Louievlllo .750 apolls 1. .571, Second game (forfeited) .375-9; Indlaiispclls 0. .28S .00 0 Indian- SATURDAY OAMES Klnncr anil ferklns; Mays ami Rucl. t 1 Clallla, SI. l.oiili-- 1 BaKl.y ninl O'N'clll; Davis. Knunilera and Hoverelfl, llnstnn 7 Washiitglou 2 INTERNATIONAL Toronto IS; IlaUlraoro 4. Rochester 4; Jersey City 2. Buffalo 1; Heading 5. Airon S; Syracuse 2, PACIFIC COAST Portland 3: LOB Angeles 1. Oakland Vernnn Sacramento .Seattle 6; Hail Francisco 3, ket.- Edmonton next failed to make a count on a Letbbrldgo ifoul. Duiu- worth then look over the Job on fouls and made ono for Edmonton. Duns- worth soon had another ciaiico and made the best of It. Young's turn came next and he scored. Irwin toon'after- ward received a lonjr pass nnd made tonnt for two. Within tho ntit two minutes tho affair oectirrcii Mn which Dunsworth was supposed to bave kicked Young. A crowd rushed I onto tho floor and it was stvcrM miu; before play was again under way. i This seemed to have tipsc-t the players somcwtmt ami several foul baskets were missed by both-the Ed- monton nnd Lclhbrldgo players. zlor then took a long pass find scored a Dunnwuri.ii Kui- ui i ono on a Ixsthbrlclgo foul. Young fail- ed lo make a point on an Mmonlon foul, and shortly afterward irwln cot another basket. Young followed hia example, and tlicii Cvozlcv gol Andy Can fix It your auto or tractor vadialot needs rejvainng, the "know the equipment and the big- gest shop in Alberta is at ycmv service, ANDY The Raaiator Man 412 4th Silver Grill ;