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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta six THE LETEBKIDGE DAILY m'JKALD FRIDAY. AUGUST. .Cv 1920 BRINGING UP_FATHBR. By 6. McManus NEVE R ,._ 'a dio COUPUEL 3ESN CKH OUTY Too You'll Have No Trouble Vf Hot Weather Appetite If You Eat Here You'll Like Our Menu and Ow.Service, SILVER GRILL V M' C. E. MOORE, MGR. Corner Fourth Ave. and Fifth 8S. BANKERS ARE NOW GITYBASEBALL CHAMPIONS Win 1920 League by 7-4 Win Over Rotes; Wieder Turns Trick however to get Thomas trying to pil- fer TLe Holes did nothing In their half of the "filth, though Kobwtr 'got to third an a fielder's choice and two steals. Wieder had tho Indian sign on Bonnel and Tambor and both, whiffed. lu tbeir half the Bankers.added, wo more to make the McLean first up struck out. Scbtveitier was hit by pitcher, but was out, JRoh'wer to Tambor on Clone's grounder. Stone .was safe at first. Stone scored whpn Tommy Evans 'picked on Qne of Mul- holla ad's curve balls and gate a ride to left centred" Evans came home couple.of blows on ground balls he ents Are Now astically Sure of Winning the League ._.-_.. Pet -66' League Standing Woi) Lost .......'___ 10 5. Rotarians -6 Winers C C. G.'s ,10 The Bankers are the champions of the City League for to tho .title is tbtlra because ot Iheir iu the suddeu death game at Park last night before a crowd which filled the main stand, half filled the bleachers, and was congregated In a mbb of motor ears which was halt way round th'e field. Considerably over, 500 fans and fatinettes saw the game, and if they didn't get their money's worth {hey are hard to please. The Bankers jvoii because, they-urn covered, at the last minute, k spit-ball phenora in Wieder, and hecausp. Tom HIdpath, manager of the Rotes sent his pitcher to the well once tou often. Bill Mulholland, presented with a DuiiSTVorlh, first.up, hit a hnrJ one to Thomas which he It pitching However. calch him at 6e-ccmd and M.u.1- that won for the that and the the: breaks of holland struck out ami Saue's ground- er was taken. care of by Ir'wln uu-: Tn6 Were retired Major Minors game were with-the Champions. assisted V Wieder hasn't pitched a game lwo oriler their-tialf.. 1 Was 4 little unsteady. He jT1JB' HoteB go> firBl ana'secoatll was cool, liowever, nnd used his ,he Beveiitu when RI dpnth walked ball to perWcllon. Ho allowed but. -Ani dropped Goncell's fly. five hits, well scattered, and 'struck j Tnonla? care pop's out u of the opposing batters. Mul- rison a'nd Tambor and Mackie got one Cincinnati Holland's record was almost as good. of{ sc nothing came'of New York He allowed sis bits, two of them for I tte Mc'Lein tried-- lo slesl'i Plttsburg two bags ami one for three, and SBVeullj ror tuc {Chicago struck out leu. The Bankers were Dut ollt f st .Results League Standings. NATIONAL LEAGUE Caliies Put'Up Hard Fight But Billy binning Headed One Past Dunlop Chances Not Great for Blues to ,Meet Ih'c Keds Again. fortunate enough to bunch their blows or to cut (loose at the psychological moment, made the difference. In the first inning after McLeac had drawn a walk, two and two singles came with only the break of-one strikeout in between. This scored four 'rims, ind gave the cham- pions the jump and the fight to win the game in spite of their usual seven errors. _Tho Bankers have a' liking ordinary, hurled as nice a game as one would "want to seeCbiit'hts pitching last .night hud a streak of weakness running through it which was not in evidence at tho' Tuesday night fracas, and indicated that Bill's arm was not properly rested after the big fray. _ for that 'uiimber. Tlie lost three games lie ivas avlrlfle unsteady in some of the pinches. Had the game not been lilayed till Friday or Saturday night liave lieen dlffereTit Banjttrs. Hsd Patched.. Lineup the Hankers wcfo out there vvith a patched lineup. Owing to tho e.trlko at Coalhurst, de- parted for a place where there Is a job. Charlie O'Connor Is still on his holidays. Climie was hurt in the game nt 'Coaldsle en W.odr.ecday. eult was that the line-up presented by the Money Lenders wasn't one'to'in- tlicir iupiioilcrs. liut they had 110 hceil to he troubled about it for J'src, irwlii. who is R baaXethall (lend In winter and a soccer player of ibrts, wcu't out on first and-gave an .exhibition o( fielding which' drew 'the cf the fans. Ho got every- Ibo only, trouble was that he they hove made seven errors and they on a seven run count lasl night. The Garni It looked In the first innings aa If the Bankers were in for a horri beating. Mulholland, first up, hil >ie long" one George McKillop garnered in. Sang safe on Evan's error. Morrison hit safely. Sang and he were roosting on sobc-nd and third. TUdpalh came up ftiid" hit a'Tiop to Wieder'. leading off third aiul made a dash else transpired. j.Bostoa ...i. Bankers Add Another Philadelphia Mulhplland'Eot-.a.hit in the eighth but died, at first, of the side Loat .-IS ,41 Pirates -Iri-tOSh, being easy outs. The Bankers, how- J BROOKLYN, won ever, added one in tho eighth. Evansja ten-inninj Imltle lo- it qna-ayjiidiiTambor let go lUrougflldai', S.tq 5. '_ ls hailrts. stole second. Irwin.j -Score: H. 11. K. osontthira to fifsl Thomas struck j I Fragments virtually cinched the j Leihbrldge and District Football I league laat night at Adams Park j i they defeated Iho Callles by a score of one to nolhlug in .a hard-fought game. The only chance there is for making the fragments again fight for first position rests .with Ihe C. P. H. This team meets the Reds next Wed- p c nesil.ay nnd If they defeat tie Prag- 559! ments and the Dlues on .Monday t and on the ITtli then the Blues and 53j) Reds meet again, [531! However, the odds are with the Fragmonts to keep their heads above .'455' water for the remaining few games _45lJ of the league. The Blues will ii-obab- v.-Jn tV.cir gdmc against the Saints ou Monday and a good game should result on the 17th'when they meet the Railroaders. That Is tho situation as it now stands with thu Fragments cult. Wfeder pushed a leaguer! Brooklyn over short, scoring Evans, ..for Banker's laat run. 'The'Bankers'took the field in the) Carlson, Hamilton" and Haeffuer; (Grimes BUIoii.': Champs Invincible" Our entire stock of Men's Fancy Tweed and Worsted Suits., Our stock consists of the famous 20th Century brand, .strictly hand tailored. "We are. Always pleased to ehow our range. .1 _' leadliig, 'tnUn two week's 'ago'. s'lrOngcr Played'-Hard Reils'-had to play hard for their .victory last night. The Callles had them on their mettle.- although they played largely a defensive game dur-" second half. During the first ninth determined to Set the Uotesl PHILADELPHIA, Sug. to- down in a hurry. Morrjson 'struck j day hold Philadelphia' to three hito same was quite .even for out. nidp.-uii dumped one'down to and Clilcinnili easily won tho Orst SpRDAY ADAMS' PARK' LETHBRIDGE Kick Off r> Admission 25c, This (Shzat Don't' for the., plate. Wieder threw _lo Stone and Sang luhic'd.vj-He.1.. chased back and the line unli! Mackie threw. .Sijd.'JhHting. him Ju ib'p; iliyjk. TJiCbaji' rolled and both lie arid It was the usual bit of daring base run- ning on the part of this pair. Itohwcr came up and hit a two-bagger. IJis was calling then] close on Wieder and Donnell and Tamhor drew walks, fining the. sacks, Link Duns- worth ended the agony, however, by striking out. This save" the Holes a lead of two runs right off tho bat find Ihoir supporters wcro wild. Bapkers Take Lead The -was: short iivc-d. McLean, first up for the Hankers in Wioder who threw to Irwin for an easy out. Hohwer hit to Mackie who threw to, Irwin. Pero. 'made. !v pretty pickup out ot tbe dust and the. side was out. The Bankers had won 'the game and tha championship. This is Ihn first time in. years that a -city league scriertnfb has "be'cii play- ed through to a finish in Letubridge and judging by the way the fans liked served- ujj'clly league base- next spring. ROTAH1ANS Jllulhollimd, p. Saug, c...... Morrison, lb. Itldpath 3b..... Kohwer, 2b Bonncli, If. Tambor, ss. Dimsworlh; cf. Kralick, rf. Totals H; PO. A.E. 5j51.vl; '-Q 1 12 2 5'.'" "i game of Hie series, 7jl -Score: H. "H, E. Clricinnatl........ 7 11 I FhllcdeipHip. 63 2 nndv.Wii maun and Wheat. Giants Climbing Up NEW YORK, York t.ook the first from Chicago today, 2 ItVas.a tight pitching duel beliflen -Ba'rnes. and J 4 ;l-rVQ McLean, ji.-i'O. A. u. their half, woriicrt Mulholland for a -Schweitzer, If., He stole second and went to thin! on a' passed ball.' Schweitzer pickled two .bags nnd scored. Stone hit a ivickcd one for two bags.'scoring Schweitzer. dumped one down the third base line and was sate, but Stone was held at second. Irwin struck out. Then .Thomas produced the most timely hit of, sending Stone, and Etnhs over the pan. Wieder popped .to second and McKillop was an cab- out, pltclier to first. The score at the end of (he first was 4 lo 2. right, "n'no which was a gift. Fralick was out, Thomas 10 Irwln. Miiihoiland sent a hot ono to Thomas which he foozled. produced Ills second scored from Backs. Morrison stole second but Midpalb [Blrnck out, retiring-tho side. i1 MeKfilop Makes Great'Catch I .The Bankers were set down In one. two, th'ree'order in.their halt. In tho Mhirii Ihe Rotes got, a man to third. j on Tnmoor's safety .and two steals, bul of Hie side werd puts, j The Dankers one, 'two. three, -ilonwor'and Tambor taking stiff line uriven-off Stone and Kvnns iand Irwin Evans -and Irwin disposed, ot Frallck anil-Mul- holland In'turn in tne 4th.' Sang hit to Invln which lio Ilelfjrrl -perfectly but there was 'a liuie.fnrayp over coyor- ing the bag and--fecu. threw1 jvil'i; Sang riled thera when McKillop .made a swell running catch o! Morrison's long one. In their half of the (ourtb Thojio'a drew a walk: stole tacolid and third and' IHod'lc i lo.O did iiot do brilliant work. lit mlsfed one chances'o[ getting the ball into ccntro In front of the Caliies' av.d Allan played good steady games and were often In evidence. Following are die. players; REbs I Mcllvenn Kano AndtrsoD Dunlop CliiswicK Sliaw Chapman Uniting Davis -0- Jackson Knight llobiuson Pink ,f Camnbcll McKarland dalcinan DougJass Ounlop-; CALL1ES