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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGK SIS TITO LKTHKK1UGK UAlLi BRINGING UP FATHER t-OC-K EHOUCH TO A, MARRIED POPULAR AT POPULAR SILVER GRILL C. E. MOORE, MGR. Corner Fourth AVe.'and Fifth SI i BASEBALL Rotes vs. Bankers TONIGHT FOOTBALL Saints vs. Miners v SAINT GEORGE'S FOOTBALL CLUB The team to play the Miners tonight will be picked from tho following: Paunch, Buchan, Nesbitt, Breeze, Fiitb. Wallls, Holberton. CoSTey, ;ier, Ainrhlot and Pearson" brothers. All players are re- quested to be on hand early. will be the days of real sport" at the Eckstorm pasthmlng grounds tonight when the Bank- ers and the Rotarlans meet at Epkstorm Park to settle thtlr dif- ferences brought about by the ten-inning tie staged there last Friday night. There's going to be a mob of fans and fansttes on hand, and the Bankers say they are going to have some of tht root- ers too. MuEholland, portsider ex- traordinary, will uncover his choicest assortment of slants for the RotarTans, while Furlong, who has been going good all season who has given his arm a good rest, will do the heaving for the Bankers. Stone and Sang will be on the receiving end of the batteries. Both teams have out their strong- est lineup, and It will tie a battle royal i The game will start sharp at 6.30 in order to finish up before dark. The lineup of the teams: BANKERS Schweitzer, l.f.; Furlong, p.; Stone, c.; Evans, 2b.; Climfe, Wleder, s.s.; McLean, McKil- lop, Thon as, 3b. ROTARIANS MulFiolland, p.; Sang, c.; Morrl- on, 1b.; Rldpath, 3b.; Rohwer, 2b.; Tambor, r.f.; Jackson, c.f.; Green, s.s.; Dunsworth, l.f.; Fra- llck, sub. BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. NATIONAL LEAGUE Team Standing Won. Lost. Brooklyn....... 57 43 j Cincinnati.....'. K 41 j.N'ew York...... 49 45 i Pittaburg....... 4S 45 Chicago........ 50 50 'St. Louis 15 52 Boston 40 45 Philadelphia..... 35 55 I BLUES PLAY IN TABER SYE ONES DAY. North will iiia football night !Q Lethbridg; United the crat'k Taber team oti Wednesday Tabcr. Tho fo'.lovv- l Ing players will go from Lcth- bridge: Youcg. aud Karl, White ;ind Ihit- ton.-Gurr, Karl, Tenuatu. Gurr. Applaby. Kennedy and Thomp- ion. League Leaders Lose BROOKLYN'. Alif. losing i BBSTON HARBOR. Mich., AUE. 3. j the first two games of the series of i fight between Jack Dempsey, I four, SI. Lonis heat Brooklyn today! i the heavyweight champion, and Billy! 4 to 1. Scoro: Baseball as !i Never-Cnn-Tcll Game Still Holds Ihc Palm in Sport History v: STRANGE.' THINGS [-UKXLE i You never CM tell what's going to i happen in baseball. Sometimes a manager pays out a large sum for a player and draws a croppy. i All hands thought Ruppert a! New York crazy be paid ;000 for Ihe Uansfcr of Babe Ruth from the Guslor.o to the Yankees. Hnt I liuppert IKS hlfl money back nlrendy iap.d the best, drawing card hi the '.business 10 boot. The transfer of Edriie Collins to the MA HAT CLEAN- UP AT OUR BIG STOCK-REDUCING SALE 7 One-Third Oft Regular Price Regular Hats selling Regular Hats selling Regular Hats selling at Regular Hats selling Regular Hats selling at Regular Hats selling Regular Hats selling at Regular Hats selling Big Reductions on All Summer Lines, See Our Windows. KESTER'S MEN'S SHOP. II05IE OK !OTil CENTURY CLOTHING ALEXANDRA HOTEL BLOCK. ON THE CORNER. i Mlsko of St. Paul, on Labor Day !s [assured, according to an announce- ment by Phil Campbell, business man- ager for the Benton Harbor Doling Club today. Campbell said he had received word St. Louis........... 4 14 31 Brooklyn.............. 1 4 01 Dcak and demons; Marqnard.! Smith and Milier. Giants Nearing Top i NEW YORK. Aug.. Chicago Wliite Sox was a great thins New York Papers Hope Real: for the latter tc-ara, but the 'Mhletics i1 i have never quite recovered from "the: Ocean-Going Schooners ieu-act8 of j Will He Result i the New York Giants lo.slj _________. J and MKrquard, when Larry Doyle broke a leg and PUG BROKE HIS ARM Coan All. ,_ i ork, known MEMORY OF PHYSICIAN HONORED York i NEW YORK, Aug. (By Canadian ......._._ JonUrcy. of York, known j TOKO.VI'O. Aug. memory of iih riug circles as. ihc "Fighting Kirc-j-t physician who (javo. his Score: from Promoter Floyd FlEzslmnions In i again defeated winning York newspapers' i New York to the effect that a con- day 5 to 2. Terence with Jack Kearns, Dempsey's' Cincinnati manager, had resulted In TJempsey'sS Xew York signature lo the articles of agree- ment. WINS SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIP LONDON, Aug. As- loclatcd A. Annlson of :Croydpn, won the KngliBh mile swim- ming championship In the Serpentine. 1 Gordon Lockhart won the Scottish championship. TABER FOOTBALL TEAM COMING The first outside soccer team to visit Lolhbridgn this sea- son wilt he Tabor. A strong team from that town, accom- panlerl by a bunch of support- ers, iv ft I Invade the city on Sat- I "urday next, and will play the I Callies a return game at Adams Park at 6.45. The Cal- ivero just able to win at Tabcr after a closa gamp, so the struggle on Saturday night K-IU likely be a keen one. I DICK KERR IS COMING BACK White Sox Pitcher Shows Old Form After Slump Little Dick Kerr, the real White Sox hero ot the 1919 world's series, is coming through once more after a poor start. Which brines large gobs of joy to Chicago fans. Both Korr and CScotte were being hit hurd until a few games ago. Dick had won three and tost one in 13 starts, .according to the latest dope, and it was one of these victories that marked hlB reversal in form. Kerr was horn in St. Louis July 3, 3S93. He broke Into pro ball In Fara- gould, Ark., in 1909 and graduated to tho majors in 1317, when he joined j the Browns. The Browns farmed him I to Milwaukee, from which club the White Sox 'got him last year, lie is married and lives in Paris, Teias. He won two ot the three games the wrecked Son team won from the Reds last fall. j voted considerable editorial space (o tliins'of that, sort since. 31 reported challenge of Alex. C.j When Philadelphia turned BW 12