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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta m SEX- THz', HfriTHBRlDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, AUGUST UP FATHER By G. McManus' Rotarians Tie Bankers For League Leadership POPULAR1. FOODS AT POPULAR PRICES SILVER GRILL C. E. MOORE, MGR. Corner Fourth Fifth St. BILL MULHOLLAND SETS LEADERS DOWN WITH NARY A RUN Biggest Crowd of Season Sses Roles Whitewash Hankers and Tie Up League Cogwhcelers Played Great Hall, Winning LEAGUE STANDING W. L. Pel. Bankers......... 9 .V .IH- Holarlans......... S .GI2 Minors........... li ,6 .500 C. C.'s.......... .1H7 Xeit evening at Kckslorm vs. Bank- ers, sudden death same for the city ihampionship at Cr-IO. Bill "Rube Waddell" Mulholland did il again. He went out there last night, flung his glove in the ring and dared those Bankers to make a rnn. They ilidn'L The Hotariaas' of them. And the story is Stold in ihe league standing. The Bankers and tile Rotes arc tied up for first place, and whal the fans have been howling for ever since. Lethbridgo had a city league has come to pass. The Notes were lighting- for the lead "0! the league'last night, and it they continue to play the same kind 01 liall the resl of lhe season Ihey're. go- iug to win the Colonial Cup. They 'were unbeatable behind I.efly Jlulnol- land last iiigbl. Only two errors were made behind him, while lhe Hankers were piling un seven juicy ones bebiml Joe Furlong allowing lhe Rptarians to make seven runs, two of were earned. Bill Mulholland Is.conceded to be about hesl pitch- er in the league at the present mo- ment and if he takes care oE his arm he he a world neater in another year. And incidentally l.elhbridge will have a team of yoiins hall players who. will b'e hard to beat. Mulholland allowed five scattered hits, last nighl, no two in one innings. eighl off Furlong, vwhieh with the seven errors contri- buted by lhe Bankers, broughl in seven "runs. A couple of loose runs were handed to them, and some more of them came because there are sumo tmdrling baseball brains in lhe Rotary outflt. This was shown in the fifth when lhe Roles made five runs. 'AS this was Ihe juicy innings of lhe game we give il in detail. Green, first up, Rtr.nck dut. Jackson wenl to first on DTI .error by Thomas at third. .Mulhol- land hit one to centre which wenl for three bags when McLean lost it in the grass, Jackson scoring. Sang hit one-lo Evans which ho threw kome lo cnl off Mulholland. nut I.efly was call- edsafe. Morrison hit safely.-and he mid Sang roosted on second and third. Snow came un and took a swipe al one which hit right in front'of the plale. Stoue lost Ihe ball tnomentari- and before lie got it to throw to first to calch Snow; who destituted iibonl running Sahg anil Morrinon were hiking for home.1 Stone threw mid hefore Ihe hall was relayed back- to him from firs! iMilh Sang and Mor- rison had crossed Hie nan. Morrison hud used anil ci.iue all Ihe way from second, on n hall' which fell nol four fret in front of'.lhe jilate; llidpath 1501 fiu on Woiilnr'is error was ailvainf.il. Safe. Sans liil run; a .Choiie. nni! MulholbnJ wan safe" at second when Evuns dropped the throw to cut him off. Mulhoiland scored on .Morrison's fly to McKillop which was dropped. Snow flew oat to left Seld, and Sang was doubled up at second, having failed lo touch second ailer lhe fly was caught. The Rotarians added their seventh run in lhe siilh. Jackson drew a walk and stole. Mulholland hit one to Fur- long who cut Jackson down going to Ihird. Mulbolland stole. Sang hit one which Weider mussed up and Mill- hollaud scored with his third run of (lie evening. The Bankers threatened in the first when Schweitzer hit a double, but he was doubled off second when Climie hit a hot fly to'Siorrlson who threw to Snow to get Schweitzer. Stoue was third out. hit by a batted ball. In the second the Bankers again got a man to second when Evans sent out a tesas leaguer, and wenl to second when Morrison let a throw by Mill- holland to first go by. The neil three men were easy outs. After that spasm the Bankers never hit their, stride and its was easy pick- ings. As a matter of fact the Money Changers never got a man to.third during the whole engagement. Some had base running cut down their chances on two or three occasions, hut the Roles' snappy fielding was in the main responsible. On Thursday nighl there's to he a sudden death game between the Bank- ers imu ilie Roles fof the city cham- pionship. At Eckstonn Park at 630 Muff sen. THE BOX SCORE AB R H PO A E 1100 1 10 1 0 BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. NATIONAL LEAGUE Schweitzer, II Climie. 1-b Stone, c Kvans.S-o Furlong, p Wieder. ss McLean, cf McKlllop, rf Thomas, .Mulhollund, p Sang.'c MoVrison, 1-b Snow, ss Hfdpath, .1-b Rohwer, 2-b Tambor, rf Green.'cf Jackson, If Brooklyn Cincinnati New -York Piltsbnrg Chicago St. Louis Boston Philadelphia Team Standing Won. Lost. SS 52 50 r.i 51 15 41' 3S 43 42 45 45 50 50 50 P.C. .574 .553 .525 .521 .505 .459 .449 .404 MINERS WIN FIRST GAME IN LEAGUE FROM SAINTS 1-0 Cubs Beat Phillies PHILADELPHIA, Aug. by Flack, Terry Paskerl in lhe tenth. iMuiug the game from Philadel- phia today for Chicago, 3 to 1. Score: R. H. E. Chicago 3 n 0 Philadelphia......... 1 9 0 Alexander and Killifer; Rlxcy and Wheat. Giants Trim Cincy Again NEW YORK, Aug. Vork bit the ball.hard today and defeated Cin- cinnati, 11 to 1. Scorer R. il. E. Cincinnati 1 6 2 New York. 11 111 -j Eller, Ring, Fisher and Wingo, Kar- iden; Toney and Smith, Gonzales. League Leaders Win BROOKLYN, Aug. bit three St. Louis pitchers hard today and beat St. Louis, 10 lo 4. Score: n. H. E. SL Louis 4 13 i Brooklyn .............10 H 1' Haines, May. North and McCmty: Cannre, Mammaiix anil El- lioiL 1 Pirates Take One BOSTON, Aug. won from Boston, 3 to '2, mainly through McQuillan's wildness. Score: R. H. E. I COLONIAL CUP SERIES, CALLIE PLAYERS AGAINST flEOS The following is foe Cale- donian team against lhe Frag- ments on Thursday nighl at Adams Park: Duulop, 'Bateman, Douglas, Pink, Campbell. McFarlane, Appletcn, Knight. Jackson, Wilson, Easton. Kick-off at 6.45 p.m. sharp. W. Holberton, referee. Seaman Gets a Long Kicii Through Breeze in Goal for Sainls, and Miners Pick Their First Apple in Local Football League. Championship Game Between Rotes and Bankers for League Leadership I There will be liltlc work in the j mines today. The Miners won their first league football game of this sea- 1 son last Adams Park when j Ihoy defeated the Saints one to noth- i int'v Thff goal was scored bv Seaman on a long kick. i The Saints appeared to be off color considerably on their combination j work. The play In the first half was j about liolh teams and the score at the end of the first period was nothing to nolhlng. j Almost as soon as the second halt was called lhe wind from lhe north I increased considerably materially I assisted the Miners. The backs' for the Saints were unable to put the hall in the air with any success, and Ihis strong wind had a "lot to do with the Miners getting their goal. Mclntyre Away Mclnlyre was absent from the line- up last'night WHS taking his place in goal. He had already stopped a number of dangerous shots 'when Seaman made this long kick Ureeze arrested the ball for a second 'With his hands above his head, and then lhe ball bounced Inlo the corner nel. The Saints, tried hard to even up the score but this goal seemed to put Pittsburg Ponder Haeffner; Scott and O'Neill. 3 G 1 1 2 S 1 McQuillan, 30 0 6 24 12 1 AB li H PO A E 2 0 1 1 10 AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland 11 New York 0 Chicago 0 St. Loulsi 11 Washington 0 Boston 0 I Detroit Philadelphia Team Stand inn Won. Lost. Won Lost es fi5 62 47 36 7 8 2 hit by batted hall. Score by n. H. K. Bankers......000 don n 7 Holarians ....10051 S '1 hase hits, .Mulhol- laud: two hase hits, Schweitzer; stolen bases. Muthollnnd, Sang. Mor- rison. Snow, .larkson; sacrifice hits. Hidpath; struck out. by Molhollaml i'. by Furlong 7; bases on halls oft Mill- holland I, oil Furlong 1; double 'plays. Morrison lo Snow; Schiveitzer Thom- as tn Evans; first base on errors, Rot- ariRns 6, Hankers I: lnl[ on bases, Unlarians, 7. Hankers 4; earned runs. Jlotarlans 2; time of game 1 hour 15 minutes; Umpire Wray, .351 .237! Rutn Bats 1.000 CHICAGO. AIIR. had the i edge on Mays today and ('hit-ago won from New York. .1 lo t. Dahc Tlulh j ivalUcd three and singled once out of four limes np. n. It. K. New York 1 OJ Chirago............... n 11 i j M.iys and Hud: Faber ami Schalk. Red Sox Win I DKTIiOlT. Aug. pitch-1 nrj airtifrht hall torlay und Hoston won. to 1. Score: H. E. fiostiin 3 o Detroit 1 ij i I'ennock ami Hihans; Ok- rie Slanage. Leaders Win C'l.KVKI.ANM. AIIR. f.-Cleveland detected Washington today, Id in Hrore: fr. H. r, 10 2 j Cleveland 10 I IMU IIILLi AthlcticG Take Won i ST. He and MisTTwill Fight to Decision fit Hcntrin Harbor I'-'sco're: on CHICAGO, Aug. Demp. Eey run the ritk ol losing his heavyweight championship title by a referee's decision he fights Billy Miske of St. Paul at Benton Harbor, Michigan, Labor Day, unless present plans go as- Untier the Michigan law decis- ion bouts arc permissible when sanctioned by Ihe, State Boxing Commission and Promoter Floyd Fitzsimmoos announced that he had secured assurances from the commission that a decision would be allowed. ST. LOUIS. Aug." lliousli outhit, mid allied by Ihe locals' errors, won from St, lo- !0 6. R. II. K. Philadelphia...... n j SI. Louis............... r, iJ Harris. Uommelf find Porkina: Haync. Hiirwftll, Vangllder, Lcifleld and Severold. Indjunr.polls 2; St. Paul 0. foKiriM.iis fi; Kaiupis.OIty l-onisviiis 2; Milwaukee 0. Minnc.iriDlth-Toledo., rain. WESTERN'CANAD.A (on l i (No others schMutailj. THREE GAMES, FOLLOWS Baseball fans are due to see a series of championship games during the next week that will go down in th'e history of city league baseball. Interest right now is at fever pilch, and at a league meeting in the Herald office, last night when representatives of all teams were present, a general re- arrangement was made. The present city league sched- ule is dropped so far as the Min- ers and the Columbus Clubs are concerned. They concede they have no chance' of So In order not to prolong the agony it was decided that the Rotarians and the Bankers, who are now tied for top position In the city league schedule, should play a sudden-death game for the pre- mier honors. This game, which is THE championship game of the sea- son, will be played on Thursday evening at Eckstorm Park, start, ing at 6.30. anrf the Rotarians Have announced that they will play wllhout Snow, who played with Ihem last nigty without having obtained his release from the Columbus Club. Snow offered Tuesday forenoon to play with the Bankers, but this offer was not accepted, and when he turned out in a Rotarian uniform for last nights game there was gen- eral surprise. Thursday night's sudden dealh game promises lo bring out lhe biggest crowd of the season, though the slands were well fill. ti fs.r Tussdsy night's same, '.vhils there was a big array of aiitos around the playing field. Nothing Is attached to the game bul the cily league championship, the Colonial Theatre Cup having been set aside for a different purpose.' COLONIAL CUP ELIMINATION Following th; sudden ilealh championship game, there will be a Colonial Cup elimination series of games to decide the resting place of Len muq for the coming winter. This will be a knock out affair, and will be a lilile championship tournament all by Itself. All teams are en- tercd for this affair. A draw wus made with the result that the foliowinp schedule was drawn up: Rotarians vs Miners on Friday night, Aug. G, Bonkers vs C. C.'s on Monday ninht, Aug. 9. Wlnne.r vs Winner on Wcdnes- day night, Aug. 11, This ;hoU4 feO humdinger of life in the Miner? and they pressad Some claim that prices will still go others" .claim. they will come we do not claim :to know, it is a question that is puzzling the heads of several countries and is too deep 'for -In any event we are selling at unprecedented prices 'at bur' BIG STOCK REDUCING SALE You all know the quality of the goods sold at this Men's Store, you know the honest values we have al- ways which, along with .the prices below should, be. a big inducement to stock up for the next six months at this Real Stock-Reducing Sale. v- All 'J OF Extra Special. Reductions On SILKSHIRTS One line fancy stripe, j liegular J6.00 and J6.50, for T. Fancy strips, all colors. Regular J10.00 and Beautiful quality of heavy weight Crepe de Chine In (Inerfancy strly- es. Regular flG.OO, -t m p 11.45 PYJAMAS Good weight -white and hliie .fancy, trimming." O QC "sill- pon- ..7.65 Regular at Heavy weight uuro gee. Tor BERT. KESTER'S V MEN'S SHOP. i j .HOMB OP 26TH'CBNTUnY CLO1HI.VG ALEXANDRA HOTEL BLOCK. ON THE CORNER. The draw (or Toe August play down of the Cap is announced them hard. The strong wind was ai herewilh. The.'first round must be great factor against the Saints getting i played hy August '11' The second by the ball to the other end of lhe field. (-August 21" and "the semi-finals by The change In goal brought Syil August 2S Wnllis lo a hack position, and 3yd was apparently out of hla element. Xeshltt played a steady game, and VVeftley, on the half-back line, was used eitenstvely. Bill irolbertou al contir half, was always In evidence in the playing. The Players T.owe and Ernie Willcits' were the Jltaors players mostly In evidence, Wil'elts was conllniia'lv tnatchim; hi.i spfie.l ngain.st Weailey and often il was .7 good race. Seaman and Clark pl.Voil well on the positions. ani: of had shots. Following arc the players: MINEHS Pe.icock Seaman -Clark A. Campbell D. Campbell N. Wllletts Lowe Murphy Wliitetleld Anderson E. Willells C. Faunch Toffee nur-.han Firth rlnllmrlon Weslley Wallls Neshltl Breeze SAINTS INTERNATIONAL ISocheslcr 1: Akron 7. Heaillng 0; Syracuse Toronto ft- JUuffalo I. (No others A. Kustiimrj. aged anil T. Kolo- dricky, _30. llnssian Poles, ss-oro found inurderal nenr Tlriilskamlng, Quebec. a series, and the way the C. C.'s have been going lately they have a good chance lo cop. The Min- ers are also out to win, so that the fans will be treated to a good brand of baseball. Following this cup elimination a picked team of tlie city league be gathered together, prac- ticed a couple of (jamst and then turned loose against the best in Southein Alberta. The big games of the baseball season are there- fore in sight, and the way the fans are turning out now the boys have every encouragement to carry their program through. It has been suggested (hat iu j. the earlier darkness that players who are drawn against .each other, may play one> round on evening, l( no other time is available. The draws S. C. Rohson.vs.'J. A. ileid. Dum'e-vs C.'13. Carherrv. John Mulr'vs.'H. A.McKllIop. B. Tiinler YE. R. Hincks. X. T. Mac'leod 'vsi'M. S. Macleod. .1. S. Kifkhanrvs. T. Ojlaml. .T. Manchester vs. .John Mack. T. J. Tiinllesoii. II. McKay. Mr. Jamle.spn's handicap Is 2S. There he a- nieeting of the ox- cculive fit S o'clo.ck at Ihe office of'Sup't. 1'ennefalher. Thursday, the 5th ic.'st. All members of lhe 'HAT MONARCHS AT COALDALE.UTODAY big crowd of fans mil vlsjt Ooaldale 'tonight-.when the Medicine Hat-'-Jlonarchs. Alheria amateur champs, will play the Coaldaie Braves at C .o'clock. -The two teams nlso meet al 2.30 afitrnoon. executive in Ufe .city arc urged to he on hanrl. as there is considerable business to be transacted. PACIFIC COAST Sacramento 7; Vernon 4. Salt Lake Oakland 0. Los Angeles San Francisco 2; Sexltle NEW YORK HONORS, SHAMROCK'S OWN2R NEW YORK, Aug. civic re- ception was held in Central Park last nighl in honor o( Sir Thomas Union, owner, of the defeated Anicil- la's cup challenger, Shamrock IV. Mayor Hylan, praised Sir Thomas fcir spdrlsmanshlp and presented hlin wJth-tliG (lag the city, Thc- mayor said the gathering was io demonstrate, that white .the Sham- rock.was unable to capture the Ameri- ca's cup, Us owner succeeded in win- ning a, cup ol love' arid admiration from Ihe people of thn cily. WON'T RE-MARRV DIVORCED PERSONS Aug. Canadian in more than thirty churches in London hare pledg- ed themselves not to re-marry per- sons who have'been divorced or who have obtained a divorce. FIFTH STnEET COOLNESS Is yours if you wear our new style un- Light.nnd loose, It has no weight.on (he body at all. N'o more sticky 'feeling, no more We Sine it 1n anil alyles as you prefer. Comi: nnd gel SOIIIB for comfort's Bake. LOUIS KEEL fir" OF FASHION aiAFT CLOTHES AND TUB KLOnSHEIM SHOK OLIVBIt BLOCK ;