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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LCTHBRIDnE DAILY HERALD .IjKSDAY, APHU, 27, ;1920 fH AMPS jfcjfc BRINGING UP FATHER JUbT MY LOCK bTORE. OCLOCfc- tF ANV Of THE CANi, ME TO LEA'XC 1OWIS- NWWE. HERE I'LL. THE CNUY AT XOO THE. KIND Of' A, HAT i LIKE: WEDNESDAY SPECIALS Mutton Stew, 2 Ibs. for SJc' Mutton Chops, 2 Ibs. for 60c Shoulder of Real Lamb, Ib. 28c 2 Ib. packets of Pure Lard, 75c: We aro In She mall crdcr bus- laess. We ship to all country points. Special prices on Hams and Bacon to farmers. BUTCN.Eni.ll Better Meats for Less Money 405 Fifth Street South WORLD OF -jiail to the da'sj Olympian The Tribute says editorially: "Tire Pattcis came thr.oiigb ;al Ant- werp as aid WOB tin- world's -hockey. cijampSonsh'IpJ "They proved -'beyond were superb, and while the Swedish' def-nse-was coiirageous-they were able to offer only a weak resistance to the lightning flashes of the viators. j PRESSiCOMMINT1 Mall and Empire says editorially: "To the land of the Maple Leaf sees the honor of winning the. first Olympic championship at Antwerp and it is likely that when the next Olympiad 'takes place the six- man game will be .in vogue. Had it been in order, this year instead of the .ancient seven-man the Falcons would.have shown better they did all ftiafwas acked of apd what more could be desired." Globe says editorially. "Canada's 'representatives "in the Olympic Hockey .-tournarnent at. Antwerp, the Falcons of Winni- peg, are the cKamplons: world. Unliks the eo called base- ball "world's the hockey Antwerp is representa- tive of every country In'which the game is popular. The WinnJpeg team-ploys exceedingly fas'.'and very 'clean hockey and undoubt- edly did ful! credit to Canadian sportsmanship. All of the team who were eligible to service were with the Canadian forces over- seas. Captain Frank Frederick- son was In the Royal Flying Corps." Canadians Supreme TORONTO, April World says editorially: "The floal'Sweden scored in the final game against Canada last night was likely a gift. Though the same team had tallied nine against Belgium and France, they evidently no match for the they. have, a learn about hockey and will hardly become expert until they import piaye'rs from Canada, like the United States, and then develop some kind, of form by contact. Then perhaps at the next Olympiad a Swedish team, say with a .couple of naturalized Can- adians In the line-up, might pul up in the cbnipetitlon after the'manner of the Ameri- cans at' Antwerp. "The competltipn Just closed in Belgjiim shows conclusively supreme at hockey." ?April Win- nipeg Telegram' "TlicL'pcppIe.-of this province will join in offering their conEraiulations to tho Falcon hockey team upon winning its hockey cham- pionship at tiie Olympian games. j "To the country in winch Canada! won such imperishable renown ror Her feats iu arms, her young men have re- liiineu to carry' laurels in 'Olympic contests. The Falcons have shown what Canadian young men can do iu'sporf. Ticy have taught young Canadians a lesson. Play the game. They have shown young Canadians wliat they, too, may do. "Tho privileged auiy or tbe citizens of'Manitoba Is'so'.to. wolcotno back their that the spirit which Bankers and Miners Play Saturday First Benefit Game for the L. A A. A. Will Be Staged May 1st On Saturday the public of Ueth. bridge will be given an opportun- ity to help out the debt of the Lethbridge Amateur Athletic Om that' day the' Bankers and Mlpers, mernbers of Lethbrldge Senior Baseball. Lea- gue will exhlbitjonfgame in Adam's Park.' The-e'ntfrfe pro- the r Herald' understands, will be given to'the L.A.A.A. This will be the first baseball game of the season. As the U.A. A.A. have rights to parks for holidays in order to .ob- tain funds to wlps off the debt they Inherited from, last year, the game "on 'Saturday .is; expected to bring considerable 'money-', to the association. National League Taber Wants Tennis Match With Leth. Golf Is Looking En- thusiasm in Tennis Club Lost Jrooklyo 7 3 ''Iltsburg........ G 3 Cincinnati ..0 3 St. Louis Ii.i.11 r> 5 hiladelpbia_.. 4 5 Jostoa 3 S'esv York 3 G hlcago 2 7 Mar. Marquard Unbeatable BROOKLYN, April rjuard held New York to three hits to lay and Brooklyn defeated New York 4 to 2. Score: New York 231 Brooklyn ___. 4 9 0 NBhf, Douglas. 'Winters and Snyder; Marquard and-Elliott. Were BOSTON, April had an easy time defeating Philadelphia to day, winning 3.''Score: Philadelphia 3 7 4 Boston 10 12' 5 Uixey. Betta and1 Wheat; Oesclgei and O'Neill. All other games postponed, rain, Pet. (Prom Our Own Correspondent) ,7pO TABEIS, April Taber Ten- .557 club held a meeting on lAnrfl lOUi, lor tho purpose of reorgan- [oOrr izingjn view of the approaching leu- '4441 nis season. Dr. Hnmman made short 429] speech, in which he referred to the 333 necessity of refitting the grounds tslorday by Coach Shriibb. They are Talham, Stallard. Rudd and Milllgan. Tatham. "whi> Injured his anklo. on board ship coming ncrdss' tho Atlantic, was on Iho Ira'ct yesterday and his work was such that'Shrubb. decided AUTO AND TRACTOR OWNERS J am now iirepareil to repair 2nd recharge all inakes of. Stor- age Batteries arid Mngnefoes. All Work Guaranteed. J. F. WOOLF Next to Imperial Oil Station ALL WORK GUARANTEED f.' ff ff ff RUTH'S BROWN DERBY GOES INTO HISTORY AS LAST OF SPECIES NBW YORK, April brown derby as a gift in base- ball hod a short life, (hough u merry one, "Babe" Ruth's good nature when lio received tho celebrated token of failure at Khlbo Park on Wednesday last turned tbe nlfalr into :i most enjoyable time for the lint (bat did rot niaVe such a presentation popular with tho league and dub offU-laK An- nouncement waa marie lhat :i measure will be adopted In pre- vent any recurrence of a brown derby presentation In the Am- crit'.-m League. It is (irgued (hat such a-gift belittles tbe recipient ftnd de- tracts from (lie dignity of (he llenco nny future coin- miiice to in.-iVn a prn- lo a piayer must (tlcnlif.v Itself and show the I- glfl Ijcfuro being allowed to go 'f on (be field and interrupt a ball game. International Rochester 8; Jen-oy. City 6. Akron 4; Syracuse 3. Buffalo 2; Heading 0. Pacific Coast HAVE A SMALL STOCK OF OLD STYLE Several Good Buys'ln Used Cars General Repalr.iha All Work'-Guaranteed MECHANICAL GARAGE Corner 4lh Aye. and 3rd Si.TS. PHbNE 1130 TheMost Popular! Recreation Tommy Milton, Willi Sixteen Cylinder Car, Establishes i New Marks Los Angelna 3; Portland 12. San Fnmclaro 2; Seattle X. No other games scheduled. TOMMY MILTON MAKES NEW .U RECORD FOR MILE c- DAYTONA, April Tommy Milton, driving dfr automobile, broke the world's record for tho mile .and two-mile distances at Daytona Beach, Sat- urday. Milton made the mile In 23.6 seconds, as against the for- mer record of 24.2 seconds by DC Palnia, according lo officials of the American Automobile tlcn. In the time was 47.16 seconds, the prev- ious record being 49.45, DAY.TOXA, .KIR., April world's'rtcord5 for automobiles .wore broken here yesterday by Tommy' Mil- Ion lii his 10-c'yllndcr car. the events sanctioned and supervised by American Association I Milton covered one kiloir.elro jH.fkj; three miles in lour miles in ami flvo miles in Previous records licld -by De I'nlma were: One kllo- huotrc, three miles. Ifoiir miles and live miles. Milton also reduced his own world's retard for the half-mile and tbe mile, doing former in and the mile lu Dominion Bowling Alleys Bailment, Dominion Bttlg. Entrance on Siilli Street. NOT SUPPORTIN6 BRITISH ATHLETES FOR ANTWERP TOHON'O, April 27. A fneclll bln (o Ihe Mall nml 1'mpirc from says that BujOlah athlelo" will not compelo in Hie Barnes nt Antwcni. The Urltlsli 'Olympic council announces that tho public la not supporting the appeal for funds the expense. Sixty thousand dollars are needed, nnd so (ar, only bas been subscribed. Any Business To Succeed In tbe modern days must oifer .Ibc bSBt in materials, workman- ship nml sen-Ice, have tparcd no expcnso In the equip- ping of .our garago In order to' make it Inea.iurc up lo tho do- inAnds ol tltc day. LETIIBRIDGE MOTORS LTD. PHONE 1454 ELEVENTH STREET SOUTH ;