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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE srx THE LirruBpiDCE DAILY. HRHAU> WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28; 1920 i i i i i BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McMarms THURSDAY SPECIAL SALTF.ORK Jti s t lh p till og for Po r k and i' .i i Beans.. ,.-_, are in loo mailorder bus- Wo shlp.'tq iiil country points: Special prices oil llama and Bacon to farmers. Better Meati for Honey 405 Fifth Street South Tetratema, Favorite, Winner of Big Stake LONDON, April D. McCatmonl's Derby favorite, Tcl- "rafenls, 'by Tetrarch-Scotch Gift, won the Two Thousand Guineas, the first of the English thne-year- iold classics, at the Newmarket races today. W. Raphael's Alien- by finished second, and Sir E. Pa- get's Paragon was third. v- For months past heavy wagers been laid on Tetratema to win this year's Derby, which will "be run at Epsom Downt, on Wed- nesday, June 2. Brilliant Function LONDON, headquarters of the Jockey Club re- gained today much of its pre-war bril- on the occasion of the running of first of the five classic races lor three-year-olds, this being the Two Thousand Guineas. The second of these, the One Thousand Guineas, con- fined to fillies, will be run on next Friday. The third, tba Derby at Ep torn on Juno 2, with tie fourth, The Oaks, for fillies only, on tho following Friday. Tho fifth of the classic "races IslhoSL Leger, "at Doncasler, on Sep- tember 8 in point of age, the St. Lcger is the Rotarians to! Play On May 24 Game With Medicine Hat is Practically Assured; Coal- huvst Likelv Fifth Team Major Minors Results and League. Standings. National League T! Be 15 Mile "Courie' At St. Canad- ian Trial at Hamilton Won Brooklyn 7 Kotarians are endeavoring to range for a gsme o; baseball with i Cincinnati Medicine Hat on May 24. So tar, The pktsburg Herald understand, complete arrange- 1 si. Louis moms have not been marts .and !t Is I Philadelphia not known whether the game be i Boston played In or in Medicine NeW York oldest having been founded livO, irlln'Tiie Oaks in 1779, End tho Derby tie following year. .nuu The Two 'Thousand Guineas1 dates [ting from 1809. and the.One Thouearid.fromj Notwithstanding great Hat, but it is pntctically sure that j Chicago 4 3 3 the game will materialize. I tost 3 3 C, 5 4 G 7 Pet. TORONTO, April (By Canadian Ontario Olympic marathon! race will be run at St. Catharines on 1 May 24. r Tho distance will be 15; miles. Tho final trial. In which run-: .700 i oers from all parts of Canada will com- .700 1 Pete, will bo run at Hamilton on July .667 19-' i Olympic mattery will he discussed, .444 'and it is planned to ;ind 20 track and .429 1 field men lo' the Olympic games, There .333 i a'so will he' seven bosers and four 222 wrestlers. i We provincial Olympic trials be held in Toronto about July 1, while the final trials also will -ho decided uu uiai u.c. Hatu, Daubert and Groh, with a wild ing into good shapo So eater tho .-throw by janlvrin, garo enior league this summer. At first j two runs in ,no ,lr3t ,nnin5 j-esierday. 8S inter-! They- scored "another In the P1 The Rotarlans have been practicing' Champions Winners weather would permit them OINTMNN'ATI Ai.HI wti >iv 1 I1Ila' lrials also win 'DO and reports have It that they are get-1 Hath. Hubert and Groh, wild j fflffi tock and field trials'are carded for'the Queen! ____ _ _ ___ City on or about the second Saturday I mediate outfit .but recentlv (he offi-i dlfiicuUies. fate of the club have determined to all these races, were run each year. ,urn into a senlor anrt tnis! Score: o U5Uis- to of the war, though under conditions ibat robbed them of much of their ancient glory and prestige. Many well-known owners ware ed and fields were email. The Two .Thousand .Guineas is ran' over the! Rowley mllp at Newmarket and Is confined Co three-year-old colls and foaled in 1917. Nomina- tions closed'witb. 116 entries. In re- cent years tho field has seldom much exceeded a dozen, big fields such as often go to tho post the Derby lit ing raro. Many great names in lur history are associated with this race, bul hot many of its winners hare gone" on to win the Derby, and fewer sllll have achieved ttie "triple "crown" of tho Si. Leger also. will make the fourth team In the I senior league. If Coalhurst coines Into the league, St. Louis _____ in June. p r WrettllHs THals 5 TORONTO, April Canadian j 6 j.; 'Canadian 'Ojympic com- "i Ttuethcr and i as at present it Is planned, Lcthbridge j .'other games postponed, will havo a season of first class senior i ball. Coalhnrst is reported to have a !________ team that will make tho local boys step lively to keep at the top. Coal- hurst will have a representative pre- sent at the league meeting on Monday. NOT WISH TO WHAT WE HAVE honestly we believe that we have the largest and best slock of 1 to be'found in any retail store in {his part of the country.' These, goods' were .bought over "a year ago for our Medicine Hal storQ.and are the samo p.s Escelleut'values in silk and, wool, lisle, pure allk, eoiton mil- cashmeres, etc.; etc.-, Jacser, Penman, and f: BERTKESTER'S MEN'S SHOP The Home of 20th Century Clothing Block Oh the Corner CLEANING AND PRESSING Ariiericaft League the'national "game of. the United States was or was not develop- ed from remain a dis- p'rited, .question.... .Certain it. is that, railed. Instead of the game being won by the team which scored the most runs in nUie it wfts won by the which first scored twenty- one "runs! It. was necessary to make twenty- one'nins to win a game. Sometimes thatj number, was scored.iu three or gnme when it was'first regularly-organized four innings; sometimes, indeed, in a single inning, and in consequence the game was.then "ended. 'On the other Jiand, a game was sometimes prolong- ed for four or flvo hours, through thirty ,or forty innings, before the re- fiuisite number of runa was scored. It was because of this uacerUInty as to the length the game that the rules wero after some years radically altered. Because there were nice players on each side, nine was the number of innings determined upon to constitute a that regulation in the years enurmons scares were not un- common, teams sometimes rolling up twenty-five or thirty runs, or even more, ia nine innings. Those were the days before scientific pitching, with its puzzliug curves, was invent- ed, and batters were able