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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta JAU.Y liERALD TT SATUnDAY, AUGUST gfVBRINGING UP FATHER" By G. Me Manus _! v LIVERY ,'Wc Meet All Tr.lnt.. HcspiUI. V 428, 369, 1556 j Special Hates on Cuuulry Tripe f SPENCE BROS, i 1 i v Lejhbrldo'ei" Barons iron "2, Icvsl L; QUgratli TVOU 1, iosl 2. 'is Ilic slandins in ihc rhzim- game which jinoveJ 5' to J. after last uljbt's a win. fur (he Radiec, who Tor Magn-ih on Thursday, tried fo repeal IssL night bul ivas not equal to (be occasion. He only alloweJ six hits, bat 1. these if ere bunched ID thrte br s'jth (on- and, coupled spiue loose fielding; ceL'ed.faur Siler 1 ed for Barons bat lie was' iafcen oui ID the seventh when -Masrath, ihrealr eririd' Hovcy -relieved him I tUinl bases occu- piod. and none out, he struck out the neit Iwo men. acri Hie best the third could dO was dump one do-airm front of lue plate aud was so easy oul. Frorn.then on lie was ncrer in danger, although the first man up in bath-Lhc Sth on base, but e, easily lo third, and afterwards scored on an itilield oiii. Magrath started as if (hey i meant Jpuslners. Dutchman bit a fly i to short, right niid Moore and Powers both iried to set it; the ball foil safe. Miller took one on the leg and A. Mer- cer doubled to centre scoring man. Then Southpaw -Hoifry appear- ed on the scene" and immediately quelled ihe disturbance. His slow- ball fooled ILc ilagralh sluggers aud tie three' batters were retired in The same te'auis a idoiibte- teader today, the firatTgauie at three ahJ rthe second al. G.15. Jtmey. aud Hover will do the.' pitching 'or Barons -while Magralh Till bank on WlllUord and CorrilL The box score: AB R H PO A E Powers. 2b 4 2 4 0 0 .1.U-. o.'q o' 2 -I'. D-i counV sfanding Iwo lo one in Favor of Barons in Ihe lit- tle world's series being played' between Barons and 'Magrath at Eckstorm Park, the fans arft.J up on their, toes for the deciding games today. This afternoon at three the- teams will tangle for the fourth session, and. the .sec- ond game of the double header .will be played thiV evening at t Both teams are going strong.. In .the-three games only have been piled up, less than five a game. ;They don't serve a bet- ter brand of ball than that In the Western Canada league.' Big crowds will attend the'games to- day. Effort _Beinjr-Marie''io Singe Provincial Champion- ship', This has 'been baseball 'week In Lcthbridge, week be. lacroEse ,.week when .Medicine Hat team will visit the city for the frnt lime In a good: mnny'- years. 'The game will W att park on day evening at 6.30 and ihc. big- V- gcst'crowd of'irrF'ycar ed to jam the "park. The, locals V will not announce their line-up" ynlil it will be a good one, for the Medicine Hat working hard to" t getjin shape in an effort to over- take the lead secured by'.''. the. local crew there on peace The winner oj the game will be champions of .the south. Edmonton and. Calgary pill I offta of .the north meet the Winners of the south, the championship of the province' to be by the; -An effort ,is also being brlrg aiir in term team .fromv; i the Hal play sKorlty order to gel the youngsters into' the gairie, .up' in Ihe 'province1 lii Thy Major leagues Cincinnati Xow York Chicago Brooklyn Pillsburs Philadelphia Uostun Si. Louis Won. 55, 50 J3 44 34 31 33 f.ost. 30 12 47 49 D3 57 ier a fcrs sent a hi3h ul line which A- I J Merger looked to be die line land rcalled ii a'tair ball, goin; round (0 .third. Magralh" put' awfuLhowl anrt 'iJebyeti the a' (eW min- ulee, but the, umps stood by his de- Powers aftcnrard scored on j Rachac. 2 3 O'j among, all fanciers and-'Kd- 100 dontoa breedeis promised fo 0 10 1 0 0 0 _ M __ IMI wu a lone sacrifice 10 .right field 'by 1 Borons ney. Magraih lirst counter hits, I'owers, 31 3 5 24 1 1 Score by innings '000 001 100- -2 6 1 JOO 004 5 C 0 siith'pn Ka'chac, an JenienJ 'two-base hit A. oul at'first which advanced tbe bases oh balls, off Rachac 'I; hit ai'i lo. t-erainif. end., a'clean slnKle pltcned ball, by Hachac 1; struck lefZ field b> God trey. [out, "------l- Barons came-, hack-strong In lieir haif, .BCorlDg'lour run's. Powers and Juner singled and Berg got a lucky Iriple lo tbe ball bopping prer "Milter's head. Starr walked and stole second, the. throw being too'.high and Berg crossed the plate, Starr going on Rachac 9. by Siler S, by Horey Wrajr. That No-Hit Game send a carload of their beat animals. Dresden; from Calgary, 'Lethbrldge, Tacomai Seatlle, Portland and NanaitDo will also be represented and there is a among the VancouTer dog lov-ars. j' tMorc tljan JIOOO in'cash' awards 'and trophies Is given the show- by the exhibition anthorities. -Alreiulr nany entries have been received and show at tills dale promises lo ne ILe most soccessful fever held in. Van- touver. Jelllco AVcstall, 'owned' ny Ihe. "hfnook Kennels of Lethbridge, i Ii ,11 vs. fTODAY Following is the boi. of tbe Tnursday afternoon llorer wrole his in the ball of fame by hurling a' no-hit game: An- R H PO A E J. Mercer, '4 00 I 0 l> McDonaldl'sa' C 2 3 0 Godlrey. 2b 30 0 2 Wlllard, Ib 3 0 0 10 Dutchman. 3b 3002 Miller, rf 3 0 0 2 fanes, c.......... 3 0 0 6 Jackson. If Z 002 Wllliford, p 3 0.0 0 Powers, cf Starr. If-.-'.. Janey, ss Cerw. ss Buckley.' 3b Williams, c Jensen, Ib J. Moore, 2b, Hovey, p G. Moore, rf 23 0 27 5 2 AB R H PO A K 1 I 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 11 0 2 0 4 1 1 iwice.winner of the challenge cup for ihe.iesl bull dog at Ihc show will he shown again .and another win means The. animal will have a airbng con teat for honor from the'beat known breeders of ibe Pacific'Cost.'. (From Our Own FERN IB. 'Aug. was Sunday school picnic'day and1 all the schools joined in a united day at the 'Park where sports and games..were ihe order of the, day, well'seasoned with many goad things'to eat. The weather was Jine and a very large turnout rewarded Ihe busy, workers who made the day a success for. the are many good crick- in and aboot Fernle and one .of th'e of the after noon was a. game between local play- ers.. Lorers of cilcfce! are much enlhuscii snown again anu another win means OTei the on and have Chlp3-m of Irophy. io -uc knocked off by: any lielhbridgc or Calgary! playirs whi feel like trying the Fernle players oul al Ihe game. 20 4 .5 21 18 3 base hit, George Mooro; home run, Starr; basest on balls., off Wllliford 3; struck out, by wnilfard 10, by, Ilovey 7. JOHNNY DUNDEE HAS EARNED AS A BOXER IN TEN YEARS YOHK, ,AUG1 When Johnny. squares off against Mel Coogan at JerJey nsxt Monday night it will be the local lightweight's lenlh anniver- sary in 'the boxing game. The gritty [talran fought his bout on August 4, 1909. .Johnny was a skinny 105 pounds. The bout Was and Dundee II.. In his ien'yeart ai'a'boxer Diiii-" dee accumulated purses agqregat- ing ..Through-'the able handling -''of Dundee'sbcceedcd. in self of the T.'itli tractions in the country. .Dundee had to show only once and his services were In demand for en- cores. Monday night Monteilh will be _ seen for the lirsl tfme fn another capacity. Instead of acting as Dun- dee's chief adviser, the Seal will repoae on the other side of the ring, advising Johnny's opponent. Coogan Is a clever boxer. .CSl .-IS5 .471 .391 -3.C7 Cooper Allows One 'Hit PITTSBURG. Aug. held Brooklyn to .oss hll today and .Ihe locals 'won 3 to 0. Brooklyn ,1. 0 11 3 ,ui, Stolth nnd 'Millor; fCoff- Biackwcll. Giants'Shut Out CHICAGO, Aug. held "iork lo tirco scattered lilts lo- lay ;'and ChicflBo defeated New York t-la 0. 0 3 l ilcago ...V... ..S e 0 Nehf arrf Snydcr, Uonzalcs; Hcn- drix'and Reds Win Again Aug. Cincin- nati' Reds -iron the first game of tlielr aeries wltb Fiiibdelpbia In Itic flrsl lEntog, scoring 4 rutis. Phlldilelphia r......... 2 fi Cincinnati ;l......-. 4 7 J) ..PacVard and. .Ileuther, Sctiupp'Tries Comeback' ST.. LOUKil. Aug. pltch- .first ganie 'for SI. -Louis 'got a bad start and .Boston-made' alinpat 'cnoiiEh in the'' first inn- irig'to win the.garno. The'final score v' Chicago UctrWl Clovthiud Now. York st. Philadelphia f St. Louis Drops One- T.'EW, YOHK, Allfi. Won. 'CO -SO1. 33 27" l.Oil. ii'.. V42 43 n V cc- ,-V '.613! V.uoS ...5SS .344 .230 EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKES OF BATTERIES CHARGED AND REPAIRED All Work GuarinlMd Wrllicn buarnutoa. rbr fear and a Hall ivilh Kerr Ual- lerlc's. J.' O. THOMPSON Phoni 1SS6 718 3rd a, York mndo it Iwo oul of (hreq games from St. today, C to L SL Lmils.... J: 1 72 Now Yoflc.....-. ji 'ft 1 Oallia and Scvcrcld; uiiU Inci. Indians Beat Boston-' BOSTON. Aug. look .ho last earno of thu.scries from Bo's- :on.5 to 1 Boston .V.j. ..i 1 7, 0 Covolnskio and O'-Nclll; raw and An Even' Break trs' .inYield s'.nglo 1m Ihu 13th after Walker' was purposely, passed, Inc'fiRl'Eamc of: today's doilbla Boston, Louis and Cltmdn's. Cltmdn's. 13 i; and CANADIAN, GOLF CHAMPiONS The Canadian .opcp. golf ciiarnplon- shlp -'was the two'rounds of the play (nlMaand 1606. Since then toe competiUpn consisted of'72 holes'. _ Year Score Oke Cuinnilng '.14S i-.-no .1 300 3QS 314 Sargent 299 Murray Keller played played'............' 191T4KOI Playcil i- Elas Edgar D'arrelt, Murray Keller........ Kenney 1911-j-C. Murray tor'PhllHdclptila; .5 the second "was Clikggo'e.31! tho score S to 'J: liui Falier. and Scbalk; Kliiney aii'd Perkins. Second Cliicago iLowdcmillk and 6 0 .J'.2 3 Schalkj'vJtctors, INTERNAT 'Rochester 2; Baltimore S; Toronlo-3. "Buffalo 9; Reading 4; second euiric- Buffalp Q. 7; ind "eam'ci Blbglianiptori' Jers City 4. ,'M 7lr CANADA RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS, Get your Next Retrrad Done SECTIONAL AND BHOK'.N BEADS OUR SPECIALTY Letbbridge Vulcanizing Works 712 Third (Avrtiue South PHONE OILS AND GREASE FREE AIR TIRE AND Vidcanizing Elllion Mllli RADIATOR ANDY THE BAO.1ATOR MAN ;Muosc'Jaw cbAs 283 Yesterday afternoon the Bolt links were alive with players and spectators' and niany-inlerestmg cpntesfs were In progress, many ladics.-'belng'.oul to enjoy the game. .Magistrate WhimBltr; Is leaving In the morning .on a short (rip lo Crcston and Nelson... The police court mill lias been quiet .for a day'or two, but live- ly limes may break loose a I any time In that branch of Ihe service.; Mr. C. Clemenls, of Vegrevlllc. Al- berta, accompanied by hfs .'wife and daughter, passed through town yester- day on an auto lour from y.egrevilje o Washington nnd olhcr points, ICTC be raadc a call upon Spfence and wife, who we're neighborrf when ttiey lived in Vcgrevllle..> Sin Js highly pleased "wllh; llie road conditions through Ihc pass and Intends reluming over Ihla roulc and spending more time amidst (he inou'n aln peaks ol the Rockies. PARTV OF AMERICAN FISHcRMEN LOSE THEIR "BAIT" AT THE BORDER JllllDGtnURCr! party of American (hhcrmcn golaf lo cm Ontario to fish cams m grid Iitrt> ,t today on a Toronto, Hamilton Bill r falo passenger train when, in the charlcrtj coach in wblch the parly were riding, ollicialj covered about thirty bottles of wrapped In a sheet, and several .pun- hot-water Jbotlles loaded with the same brarid of old King Alcobal. .j The party consisted ol .twenty, but? 'r. CONNIE MACK BUYS REGiNA PITCHER R'ROGRAM FOR'CONFERENCE (Special lo The Herald) HAVMOND, Aug. quarterly conference' of the'Taylor Stake wlil be held heit Saturday and Sunday, ruil 9lh and 'In Daymopd tlrsL ward j meeling Is' program: "The x V-When.lhe Lord .Shall "All. tbt Birth ..shall Warship a scitetle .from "'Lucia." rioiible Dilxcd quartette, "Sweel Sbfes by.Krank Siccle1, Valeria Nal- Lynn Olbb. Aposllu Whitney and I'alrl- Smlih will be.preicnt. 5; LosJAngeles'f: Si'cramentp 2, Portlan'o aeallle 6. At th'e, rnost--adyantageous moment in tolufe'the Ercale'r Wln- hlppB Neater put 'on thn morRcL .fl.OOlj.OMf'bonii Issue 30 y.eBra.'Tbifl will bring'the" raaue'total up.'lp about' f TIRE CO. 2nd Oppoilie Fire .Hall L. A. H, ROOSA FURNITURE TRANSFER Trurilfi Other Ba00a0t "'.Day Service; Phont Office 922 2nd Avc. s. Repairing Cornfr 4th Avenue and 3rd St. Cosy Roller'Rink. 1190 T IS t Auto lop Depot K ydd need your Auto Top re-covered .or repaired, aad up- hoTsterlog dope, .conic- and Eea 'THE LETHBR'IDSE AUTO'TOP DEPOT Clh Slr'eot Neit'fo Offlce. G. T. BLUNT, PROP. MCDOHMDJ only bno 'would .admit oivncrihip of the fined today (200 and 6osts by Police House. wcfc.Wealtliy steel men ort _ They vowed year [hey ivould go'lo Mlculgan lo Dili. i' I'HII.ADBLPIMA. 1'a, Aug. Mack, manager of (hi; Philadelphia Americans, announced tonight that he hiA' purchased pitcher tllhson from the fleglna club of the West- era .Canada league. report to the Athletics prob- ably on their next Western trip. 'f tf t fy 't v 'j FOR OVER MYIMS I1GRAND THE'HOME OF THE CHEVROLET Jual Main fltreet. TOURISTS' INFORMATION BUREAU Auto. Livery to 'the .QI.Kle.r GRAY-DORT MOTORCARS v RUMELY TRACTORS ACETYLENE WELDING the ADen Jack Co! Ltd. 2nd Avf., opp. Lelhbrldgs Service -Station Herrlce Station (or Ihe .K-W Mignetoa, Pull stock.of parlj; carried. Mtcnetda of all makes repaired. WAQNETS R'ECHAHGIO Efcctrk ;