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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THK l.KT B -UAlbfr AUGUST 11, 1920 j BRINGING UP FATHER By G; McManus 1 I Serve and How I: That makes you want to come again. SILVER GRILL C. E. MOORE, MGR. j) Corner Fourth Ave, and Firth St." Colored Giants Will Play Here Thursday; Local Team Strong .O- Ciiy League Executive Picks All Star Team to Meet Visitors in First Outside man Will Team of Clouters. A Tomorrow night at Eckstorm Park the first big outside, game since the visit of the Moiiarths on May 24th be staged when the Colored Giants Till or 5 ot those local C. C.'s-dowu in the ceutre ot 1 Oalt Gardens thcyd had to ask .which way it Is to the poss office. Thats how aclimetized they; are. i dont hold noibecf for tie Bankers neither; but they 'sure were imposed on some -last nite. Zweider got so excited at all the strange was wilder than; Tommy Evans must- ard bean, and handed out enough passes .that would a took all ihbse local C.C.'s back to their home pas- the C'. P. It. wood have honored All points of Ihe comjiass was rep- I resented and, got their Cash to Carry home not to mention Taber. Coaldale, Turin, N'ew Dayton etc. I never yet tigjiiprsri out how Snow could hang around al! summer with oul somebody having to pay tho rcfrig- er.rtion Ihe bankers sure suffered from the blizzard. Mr. Kennedy is deaf in one ear from lo -much US9 of tho long distance j phono. i As 1 sed Eddie. I aint got no inter-1 est iu no bank so it was neether debit i no'r credit tu me at the balance showed. Hut 1 ought to noed that some damnnoorsport would have wrecked a perfectly good city leagus by not being able lo play on their merits. Some guys are built that way. and thinks they pulled bul beeleeve mo 11- was paying the price, in sportmanship as well as cash, because now I nose they is bereft of both those things. If that darS complected team that plays here Thursday had bean in the vicinity. Ed would have, two or Ihrcs nej' fshines" in bisrshop Ml the Co-1 loiilal Cup; serious was past .history and be would likely swore they was. charter members ot his Club. At thai I ANTWERP, Canadian bicyclists wla a place in yes- terday's velodrome) events. George, of Belgium, Tfcm tbe 50-kilomelre race in dine ban r 16 minutes 43 seconds. AMen gf England was second aha Kelaar of third. Mucb enthusiasm yas shown by all tht Belgian com- petitors over the victory of George. from the vclojlrome bn Iheir shoulders. .Herbert MacDonald of Toronto was placed fifth Jn this race, but the other (Janydlana "who were entered dropped out or were out-distanced. -Out of fitartera in the contest only Ifl finished, most of the others being carried oft the track; Hyan and Lance of won the tandem race In 49 1-5 Smith and Walker, Ihe South Africans, rode a steaOy race and looked lifce the winners, but were liocktlecl near the finish line where pccutrcd what proved to bs the WOTS! ot tli3 day's many spills. ..The volodromo a war- linr-j field hoapltjtl at the close, of ycslerday. AHhpUgh no seriously Injured there were a. huinler of nasty spills. BOGASH .imiDGKFORT, Conn., Aug. 10 Louia Dogash, New linglaml wel champion tad the best uf it In ft. 12-round no-decision bout Johnny Summers of Xew York here last night. The big game tonight, the last of the city league baseball sched- draw a big crowd rain holds off, for the representa- tives of two clubs will battle for 'supremacy. The Rotes and the- C. C.'s are all primed for the oc- casion, which'Is the finals for'the game wilt take place at Eckfitbrnv Park and will sharp. The Slir.KuE- holland. Svhoris going great guns, to the rnflund'fdr the .of the Clubs will depend on1-Jackson. Jackson beat the Rotes the-last time he started v sgainst letting them down with 3 paucity of hits and two runs. The C. will use no one on their line-up who hadn't played with them before this season, but of course that gives s wide range to choose from. However, if Mulholland Is going right It doesn't matter much who is used. The Rotes wilt win if their pitcher ts wise it's anybody's game. AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland Chicago...... New York St. Louis1..'. Washington Boston Detroit Philadelphia Team Standings. v Won Lost: Soccer Tifie To Be Settied-ln rAn SPECIAL FOR HARVESTERS We are offering a good gauntlet glove, .made' by Peabody's Ltd., at a special price; while .they last.; These gloves will stand lots of hard and large A splendid worth Special Price BERT. KESTER'S: .MEN'S SHOP., 20T1I CENTURY'CI.pTHiSO .7 ALEXANDRA HOTEL BLOCK. ON he had .some slar boarders, I'll lell this burgh. hoyt file !l ant on their demerits and I havo enjoyed the lass few clashes much. But I got u pale censatlon In my stumick at what some guys call fair play after lass nltes and listening to a big Yahoo thai butchered the English language aud j decent sporls when they come to hat I with personal venom didnt aid my digestion neelher. Call it rooting if I 1 69' "GS 6S 62 46 -10 3S 3fi 41 42 -55 57 C3 '74 Pet. l .057 Bab'cock woii the Olympic title with 12 feet 7 inches. r.The'lhree Yan- kees, Uabcock. Wright and Xelsou, outclassed their foreign 'rivals ani! _-._. iwon all three places, linni E- Meyers, of the Chi- A. C.. who lied tor first al Bos- ton, or some other son of Unclo Sam I will noso out Foss at Antwerp, just as Bibcock edged in ahead ot Wright v v i< L- i