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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta i'lffi U5THBRIDGE' DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, AfJML 29, BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus JOVE.-TWIN LUCK: VOU ARE OUWT THE MAN TO s VAIT 1." HERE, UNTIL. 1 SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY Flnnin 2 Ibt. Haddle Fllleu, 2 Ibs. Roumf SUak per Ib 2 for Hamburg, 2 Ibt. for 550 30e 45e in the mnil.bhivr bus- iness. We ship to all couulry points. Special prices oa Hams Bacon lo farmers. 1 Meatt tor Lets Money 495 Frith StmtSwrtk WORLD OF Footballers ill Meet Milton Holds All Palm Records j Weaver, Ciii.-.. Made Half-Mile in 11.57 Seconds a's 300 Hitters During First Week of Play In Major Leagues Player. Club I Kiiiiicy.' Phil. American League O. AB. R. 2.0 on the Daytona Bench. Wlillams, St. L. i'lill..... IE, Collins, Chi. Shorten, DAYTOXA, Fla., April j Milton yesterday concluded his record-; breaking dashes 021 Daytona Beach toy j covering .the half-nine lii 11.57 sec- in WSe, "ends, and the Kilometre in .14.40: ci i .oniis. These new marks gave Milton 12 .W' speed formerly held) ly-Ralph His .trials were Under-the auspices' of the American Automobile Association, An injury to his eyes.Tuesday, when his car .caught fire, caused Milton to 'postpone an attempt to break tie 20- milo ro-cord, Milton will not" be able to drive again for. a fortnight. Clere. Bos. Wallers, Bos. Dusanj Phil, Judge, Wash. Austin, Jackson, Chi. Jamieson, Cleve. Pratt, K. Y. .Pippj N. Y. Garduer, Cleve. Young, Eel. Heilman, Del. Tobin, SC JCobb, Det... [Perkins, Phil. I ..2 1 3 10 I 11 3 10 ..34 S 13 4 13 i 13 5 14 ...6 19- 5 17 4 IS 3 is t 1C 4 16 6 22 4 11 4 17 4 IS 3 12 S 9 ..33 6 19 a 19 5 19 6 19 6 19 3 13 5 20 4 10 H. PC. 2 1000 1 1000 .850 BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. Contracts for Players Supposed To Be Handed in at Execu- tive Sleeting National League Yanks Give f Credit to Canada York Telegram Editorially Praises Falcons For Victory Cincinnati .515 .500 .500 Footballers Trill iinecst' tonight to round oft' of business prepara-( Brooklyn- lory to Ibe opeuing of the eoccer sea- son 5n Lethbridge. :At tonight's exe-l cutive meeting all conlracls in'Chicago-., and the members each club will be Philadelphia known. The prospects. Outside of- the wea- ther, for this year's .-soccer bridffe are as Bright as'.e'yerl, they hare been. The different teams; are Won said to be strong olid predCctlqns are x Boston_.. Xew. York Lost 3 3 4 6 7 5 C Alexander Wins Game that any aggregation. .4JS .429 .421 .412 .387 .381 the final game" of the series to- '700 TORONTO April The Globe T0ij the lolloping special dispatch] from New j Under the caplion OHmplc Slogan' tho Eicnlng Tele- gram last night commented on the 493 vlclorj the Innlpe? Falcons at Antwerp Sundav as follows tidy triumph' tn .the Olyinpic tournament, emphasizes again lion-.essential it is lor' the United States to drive forward in jVs a runaway by. day 11.to 1. Score: Pittsburg 1 Chicago' 11 .376 .364 4 .364 6 ..353 C .333 .333 .333 .333 .316 4 Z 1 6 C 0 6 C' 4 .307 6 3 .316 .316 .315 .300 ,300 National League Tex. O'Rourke Plans (d Keprcsentative Big Fellows and Train Them NEW ORLEANS, La., April 29. O'Rouike of New York, representing the International I Sporting vyhich, .according to' O'Rourke, plans to develop a '.'really representative American champion heavyweight here for Bogaiusa, La., to se- lect several lumbermen for-train- elub, O'fiourke said, pro- to select a number-of.prom- ising candidates from among the five berihg, -steel ship building, mining .and take them to a training camp near New York, pay.their expenses and a salary at least 25 per cent, great- er than they formerly recelve'd and train them for a year. At the .end of that serifs of. ellnllna- tion contests Nvlll determine the champion. i Player. Club 'Nicholson, Pitt. ISherledd, St. L. Elltott, Brook. Buyrs. Bos. Z. Wheat, Brook. Ruetlicr, Cin. Barnes, X. Y. V V Hi.jd, Brook. Klack, Chi..... Hath, Cin: Horns St. Caton. Pitts... Bancroft, Phil. Cadore. Brook. Riiey, Phi la..... jFrlsch, N1. Y. 1 Kelly, X. Y. j Williams, Phil. Cruise.' Bos..... 3't.1 L. JliglVce. Pitts. St. May, St. CM.. Cin. Mann, Bos. JanVrin, St. L. I Heathcole, St. Ij. Brook. Kruegcr. Brook. G. AB. n. H. PC. 3 C 3 G 3 6 2 5 6 19 2- 6 2 2 0 1 3 2 4 1 4 -0 3 0 3 4 10 0 1 0 1 1000 .750 .567 -.001 .GO ll .000 .526 OLD COUNTRY FOQTBALL LEAGUE STANDINGS" 13 Copper, Wisiier'anj Lee; Alexander and KUlefer, jtfl'arr'ell. W. ..BromwSch. Burnley..... Sunderland Chelsea Liverpool Bollbn Wan. Newcastle U. Manchester C. 40 17'15: S Bradford 40 15 .li 11 Middiesboro 41 '-iSrlO'lO'- Sheffield U. 41 16 17 Aslbn Villa P. P. groiiniis. 40 9 '4'100'45 SJ- 41 40 22 14, 40 21- 14 .'D 54 47, 41 46' 41 64 45 41 it 15 9 43 67 60 42 41 vJCevr'J5fork-Brpoklyn, postponed rain postponed "St. Louis-Cincinnati, preparation for the International events to come Canada trimmed 'clean .as a hound's tooth. The-defcal was: particularly hard American League -63 oy 00 v x .S9.D5 40tov, 39.17 15 ll" 53 57 89 Arsenal 40 14fi5.i'y 59 i Manchester TJ. 40" 13 15 50 37 nis f.ork Evertbn 40 12il5 13 66 37 Bradford City. 41 13vi7 11 p2'C2 37 Derby County 41 12 17 12 46 57 36 XotUi County 40 ll-'56 71 36 Preston X. E. 10.13-18 9.-55 72 35' Blackburn E. 41 12 18 H. 60.77 35 Oldhani A. 39 13 IS :45 50 34 Sheffield W. 39 '6 24 9 "37 62 '21 English Tollen. Hot. Dvition P. W. L. D. F. A. P. 40 31 67 Hllddcrsfielrl T 40 26 C S 91 36 60 7 10 4 10 3 !Birmingham 30.'24ard national, relaj gwlmmlng champion ship at the Oljmpio Club hero nighL MARTIN WINS BY KAYO last LEVINSKY.WINS 'CHICAGO insk> of New York defeated Tonv Melcholr of last night In a 10 round'bout at Kenosha, WiB The GRAVb RAPIDS Mich, April 29 Bob Martin, American expeditionary force heawwelght champion knocked out Ted Jamieson of Milwaukee champion of 32nd In the second round of a scheduled 10 round bout hero last night Old Country Football Scores LONDON, Canadian Assoclaipd defeutcd 2 to 0 in i League f's mmm AUTO AND, fflACTOR OWNERS 1 am now -to and recharge all makes of Stor age Batteries and iMagnaloea. 'AH Work Cuiranteed J. F. WOOLF Next to Imperial Oil Station ALL WORK- GUARANTEED HUNGER STRIKERS RELEASED IXJXDON, April woro hun- ger striker's wero releaseil from the Wonnwpod -Scrubs, ..prison tonight. uwkinK a totaf 0f turned loose til of them unconditionally for hos pltal ireatmertt. International Brighton -t H.A. II 14 19 '8 58 68 US i Bristol Hovers 40 11 IS 11 CO.76 33 i Newport Co. 11 12 22 7 44 70 31; Bufialo 8; Heading 7. NoTthamplon 401021 9 08 2D j Toronto 7; Baltimore P. 'Merthyr Town, il D 21 U 47 74 29 i Other games postponed, bad wetith Lufon Town. 39 '9 21 9 48 13 27 er. Ollllngham 40 10 24 C 31 70 26 Pacific Coast Scottish Lea P. W, 37 28 37 26 41 23 40 23 41 19 38.15 39 16 30 IS Rangers Celtic Motherwell. Dundee' Clydebank 'Morion Afrdrtconlaiis Kiltnarnock Dumbarton 4l 13 15 Ayr U. ...'38 14 Third Ixinark 37 13 lirarts 39 14 ll'artlck I'hislie. Clyde.....40-12 CJuctn'a Perk 40 12 Mlrron. Abenicen Hibernians fnlMrk Raltli novers 40 14 -10 11 41 iS U Mnmlllon -Arad. Albion Jlovm .31 :J D. r. S 9S S SO 10 73 4 73 5 76 12 03 10 53 56 15 55 10 66 li'4S 9'56 13 51 13 51 10 63 6 67 11 43 eo 11 48 8 no .0 S3 Los Angelas 3; Heallln 1.' Salt Laka 1; Vernon 5. San Francisco Portland ,0. Sacramerit6 2; Oakland 6. V. 21 61 27 60 5o G4 03 4C! 40 42 40 42 i 69 33 I 65 39 i 6S 33 65 871 61 37 8.8 37 68 57 70 31 so i 63 33: 1.9 32 311 80 ?0 SI 26 Quick Service, flm J Civility and Thoroughness- Have Always Our Hatto. An.ong tho most gratifying eulls of this f.olicy is the sup- port'It has won for ng among tho leading auiomobMlsls of thin vicinity. LETHBRIDGE MOTORS LTD. ELEVENTH STREET SOUTH SAFE! tho Ma you your base- ball equipment because we hand- le otjjy the most' reliable and dur- iible variety. Bits, bails, rn_nsk3, protectory gloves and uniforms (list .'ate of makes used and ca- -iorsea by1 tho big'league playr "Alberta Saddlery Co. flFTH STREET The Most Popular Recreation Dominion Bowling Alleys iBIdl- "n Uhtrance on Slith Street. WE HAVE A SMALL STOCK OF OLD, STYLE HUPMOBILE PARTS Several Good >fl Utld Can .Qcnernl Repairing All Work Quaranieeil MECHANICAL GARAGE Corner 4th Ave. St. S. 'PHONE ;