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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta '.MX l Hh, Ll'Ttvv-riiLMjc, m.ruki. TLT.SD.VY. 20, ISU'J UPBRINGING UP FATHER" Vi By G. McMamis The Sport Page I.A.A.A. Gels in Working Shape For Summer ;md Action Now Expected Tliingr? are beginning 10 sliapc up in ycotl Ffyle in tlie L. A. A. 'A. and ihe leysue with it. This broash; out ai Hie raeeting of f the U A. A. A. executive last night t when a practical reorganization was fc'fected to put ihe oil a worktui: basis for the sumrotr. A '.inancc committee composed ot H. G. Dinning, George B. Kay ami loner Meech wap appointed, who "will vise all'eipendi- ture requests before they are pre- sented P.I the, weekly meeting of the executive tor payment. REuuisitions j Jar loans to any club for eipcndf- lures chargeable 10 any league niustj be made to Hie and by liinu they will he placed in Ihe hands the finance committee. Other com- mittees were aoirounccd path branch oi sport. The name of D. E- Ilarris was added to the executive its repK-sfntir.g the tennis players. Tvho are asked lo orgaulza witiiout. delay. The I.. A. A. A. is arranging tennis for the players, and Uic mem- -lee he Kept low thaV overyone wlio cares to do EO may play 'I' v BIG SPORT DAY HERE ON JULY 1 Oil July 1st the U A. A. A. will stage it big carnival in wiiicii i nick arjj field games lie the feature and' ii is hoped to make the program that Lethbridge will Tie [lie nieces of all spon-Iovers 5u tlie south on' that date. Ar- v ranjjements may also be made for specially houorEog tlie Great -War Veterans on that date. -Much depends on whether all v the men arc home. 'Hut sporis- v inon. ali over the south are asked to mark July 1st in red :ind keep it for a trii? to Leth- v bridge on the holiday. 1LIE-ICI In The Major Leagues NATIONAL AMERICAN Ijrooklyit I'hiladclphia Ptttsburg Chicago York I Itostou St. I.OUis 2 York Did 1'cl. i.oou .son .300 .WO .500 Dfli. Ik vviiodvn L.VVL PV Ui-l I IN vTUi BOSTON. April inndo a WASHINGTON', April III nil I III a two-bassiT a triple off Joliusou In two inniiiBS. Uoo- II1 U I 11 (ive times nt Ijat and was l.irgelj- r.v (ton defeated Wafhiiigtou, C to 5. iierc Benny Leonard Clearly Estab- lishes His Won by Technical K.O. NEWARK, N.J., April lie Ritchie, of San Franciwo, was saved by the referee from a knock- out at-the hands of fcenny Leon- ard, lightweight champion, forty seconds before ths end of tht eighth and final round of a bout here tonight. Ritchie was on the ropes when the match was. stop- ped. spopsiblc for from yesterday. Boston. S to-I. H. II. K. Hoston New York S 1 Boston................ -I U -1 Causey. Benton and McCaity; Ru- dolph anil 'Wilson. Phillies Badly Trounced PHILADELPHIA. April lyn continued its winning streak terday by a 10-to-l victory wer Phila- delphia in the opening game of tlie series. R. H. E. Brooklyn ..320 Oil 16 0 Philadelphia .000 001 1 3 li Pfe.'fer and Kreuger; and Adams. St. Louis-Chicago game wet grounds. (Xo other games scheduled.) U. II. E. 0 10 4 Washington 5 S 1 and Si-hang; Johnson ami As- new. Yankees Won in Twelfth N'EW YORK, April York defeated Philadelphia, 3 to '_', !n a 12-snniag game today. Philadelpbin 3 N'ew York li) L' Perry and Perkins; Quinu, Sliawkey and Kuel. CJeveland-St. Louis same postpoued grounds. Chicago-Detroit game wet grounds. (From Our Otvn IKON SPRINGS. Aiirtl C. McKEnnon of BitrJctt, who lias been visiting for two weeks with her moth- er, ilra. Powell, lias returncil home. Mr. Druery Oickouf inmic business trip to Coaldalc on Saturday. George Williams ami Mr. Cox were visitors in Lcttibrlilgn on Friday hist. Grass is growing va'll these days, and a little moisture in the near fut- ure will bo welcome. J. AV. JtuthcrCord and family and j Ilev. Mr. I'ike were Lelnbridge vis- t itors, April 25th. Mr. Hugh and Mrs. Arthur :md Ijaby i am'. J ja. Ella Dicltout motored to L'ity last Friday. YOUR LIFE INSURANCE IS OF THE UTMOST IMPORTANCE ESPECIALLY AT THE PRES ENT TIME TO YOURSELF AND FAMILY. Ho you km v that the capital value, of tlie life of a man, IK.J 35, t'arulnp per annum, to his dependent? ia over auJ tils luEurabtc valuu over With tho c-ver valuo of the dollar, the man who, perhapa. was yinpjy in- surcd tlvn years iigc, should to day DOUBLE Ms prokctbn. v Talk over your insurance necila wllli your SEE The Agent of CANADA LIFE H. J. H. SKE1TH Sherlock Block Phone 1343 I I EMPRESS OF IRELAND LEAGUE 10 fihl 15 BRINGING Tiie ground-; committee was abolisli- and ihe work goes lo Ihe super-j and property of ivlik-li VJ. J. 13. jikeilli is chsirman. At j niglii the v.-as allotted to the foaihall i kagm; for TitpfrJay and Thursday j each wnck. and 10 the Tjase- i liatl ICSKUC on Wednesdays antl Fri- j ,Th? la-.TCSSR fiends will r il Hie tivn rtinAining Switch- rs in thfts? evenings must be made tlirmiRh Hie supervising committee. Tlic soccer league will play several j jcamcs during the season on ihe Park grounds. Xou- that thti groiiods Iiave bcc-ti flHofted Ii will be up to leagues lo announce their schpilulcs without i