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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX TUB T.ETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1920 I BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus THIfe LtVT TO THE GROCER ON YOUR TO THE opnce- ILL HANE TO COCX TON'SHT ITS'THE tjE' -7 C.V FOR It's What We...... Serve and How We Serve It That makes you want to come again. SILVER GRILL C. E. MOORE, MGR. Corner Fourth A've. "arid Plfth' 'S't. vs Leth. All-Stars To-night Lewis Pitching Defeats Rotes; Columbus Club 117" 1 1 Win the Colonial tui o- BASEBALL [International Football Game, Eng. vs Scotland On Thursday Aug. 19th Major Minors Bolli Teams Had or Ml enough, nond A caught a nice same, and nlpnvil a uiei couple of. player! on the lines. He PlliS'ers i was'liit by several foul balls but sluck i lo ii trameiy. I Mulhollaud couldn't get his Musssy Kenr.ody trotted working l_ust night and was _at! >ul his team of Columbus Clubs lust-for eleven' bingles, with some inescus-; atght and copied off the Colonial Cup i able errors .allowed seven runs. Two i ourE :rom under the noses ot Ihe fiolariansj of these came in the first after the Chicago }y a 7 to 1 score in a game which the third man should have been Lou.'8 Xulcs lusil little chance lo win against i but was given a life on Jlulholland's 1 ;hf pitching of Lewis. The C. C.'s error. In the third Stone started Philadelphia :md much Ihe same; lineup as beat j things by cracking one for three bags, 1 'be city champion Bankers on Mon- scfcriuj; on a bad play hy Rohwer on' lay night. Results and League Standings. NATIONAL LEAGUE Team Standings Won Lost 53 elimination, and again they were llje perforiBuntt. This came in i Meadows, kuzenia.ii and W heat. I. international" game always' norlh. loped out Ii was tough luck for when Rohwer hit and stole: Giants Win a Couple ooys have played consistent ball all j Driven in by Fralick's single. NKYV YORK. Aug. York draws a crowd, and this year should sea no. exception. Both elevens mus- lei- some strong players. We hope to publish the composition of the learns shortly. Football fans keep this date opeu, or vou will miss a trcal. The other fixture. Champions vs. the nest of the League. The league! officials will need to muster n strong' eleven to defeat the champions on their present form and team-play, and tho Fragments have yet to taste their first defeat this year. Another item of note to soccer en- thusiasts Is- that Taber have joined the provincial organization ,and are M Our special order samples for made-to-measure 20th Century Clothing just came in. If yoii wish your clothing made to your individ- ual measure and taste we can surely please you! We have a large assortment of beautiful pat- terns to choose according to the qual- ity of the cloth. We guarantee to fit you no matter what your figure. BERT. KESTER'S MEN'S SHOP. HOME OF 20TI1 CENTURY CLOTHING ALEXANDRA HOTEL BLOCK. ON THE CORNER. season. However. nest year they'll The boi score: K a. year older, and if I hey stick to-! "otanans: .setter they will be the team to beat I .Vulholland, p. 'or the championship. They have j Sans, cf., ES. iiadr-. a wonderful showing for the Morrison, Ib 'irst season. And, incidentally, they Stone.c..... me developed a few good players i "idpnht 3b i-ho will be heard from later. Dunsworth, If r. Both protests before "ohwer, Sb.i.... ' night's game. The Rotes pro-'. sf, cf. :esled they I'ralic-k, rf ruled out of the league at the 'Totals limo of the last city league They also protested several of the! C. C.'a jlaycrs brought In from Cualdale.' Kreoii, cf. riiucr and outside points, whom they, Jackson. Eb. :laim were paid for playing. Whether Smith, 2b..... will press Ihe protest remains to Snow, ss..... >u seen. I While, If..... The C. C.'s protested the gamo ow- j nond. c...... us to the fact that the Roles called Wrist ih.....' Stone lo catch. Sane was unable Turcolte, rf. 1 a take his place behind the bat ow-1 Lewis, p...... .n? lo a bad hand, and they hart no j >thcr catcher. Zubach of the Miners Totals i continued iLs winning streak by AB. Iv.H.PO. A.E. fealing Pitlsburg today 5 to 1 I to ui Second game: li i Piltsburg...... I1 New York..... "i 3 S ti S Carlson, Wiaiier. and .llaeffncr; 0! Douglas and Smith.. Divide Doubieheader Fragments Are Winners of City Football League All. R. H. PO.A.E. BROOKLYN, Aug. Brooklyn and Chicago divided a double header t here today, the locals winning the f first 9 lo 3 and losing the second t to 3. Second game: C. P. U. Last Night By 1 to finning Again Gets the Counter For His Side Now Winners Chicago ilirooklyn 1 1 Her.drii, Carter, OTarrcll; Cadore, Krucger, Elliott. Cincinnati-Boston, postponed, rain. i 12 1 Alexander and Msminaux and 32 7 II 21 10 2 ilso piayed witli the Kotcs. Score hy innings: H. AMERICAN LEAGUE Won Ijost Pet. of League and Scott Cup. The game- bet-.veen the C. P. li. and Fragments last evening got away to an earlier start, and was finished be- fore darkness set in. as has been Uie case the last two or three matches.. Interest has not diminished to any great extent in soccer circles, judging by the fairly representative crowd Tin; furnished plenty of cxrite- Kotarlans S 'or Hie" liiff crowd, allhoiish Ibe C. r. C'. C.'s .......20: W? 11 vln not as Jjopr.lar as it. would Called in 7th, darkness. Chicago 2 I New YorX Kt. Louis tJS C9 52 53 lavo been had their lineup been com-! base, hits, Snow, Moslon <7 57 .452 joswl ot lo-ail players. Lewis, who I Turcolte; two base hits. While: stolen Washington...... -If! 57 .417 icl the Hankers back tho other night. I bason. Turcollc. Morrison 2, Rolwcr: j Detroit......... 10 6( .381 on the hump again, and pitched i hire game, although lilt more free- 7 than usual. However he kept his ills fairly well si-altered and the Soles lost a number of good chances i Dy taking too many chances on the that lined the roves, although by the .621 Fragments practically "clnchiug" the championship of the League, has caused that interest to wane. Krag- sacrifi'e hits, Hidpath. Jackson: Philadelphia..... 3" 74 .305 earned runs, liotes 1. C. C.'s 4; double] play, Snow to Jackson to Smith: i white Sox Make Clean Sweep monts obtained tiielr goal just before the whistle lilcw for halt lime, nnd it proved to tie the onV one, the run of play lliey deserved to win, by a wider margin. It is remarkable the number of games won by the Vets struck out. hy Mnlhollaml S, by Lewis j cillCACiO. Aug. made I this Eeacon same score '.i; left on bases, lloturiaus s, C.C.'s'ji ronr straight from WashliiBton to-jTU) Uian seven of tli'clr victories c- o v U. S.'WINS TROPHY COWES, Isle ot Wight, Aug. United States won the Harmsworth trophy, the international motor boat prize, through the victory of Miss America in the second race to- day. Miss America, owned by Carfield A. Wood, of Detroit, won the, first race of the series yesterday. The trophy goes to ff the country winning two out of three races. Soinelinies we find a fighter who is willing to beHeve-lie u-es outclassed when -.knocked out by an opponent. hut it Isn't Ihat- way with Charley White, the Chicago lightweight who recently lost lo World's Champion says' Tribune, tho. Chicago McLean aud Kvans. i day liy winning 2 lo 1, Washington Score: Sivlr.g three CaCD. Mi.met Hutu JUu- I for 8i! holes. Krickson. Ted Ray Buffered dlsriuallfiealion on hchalk iiceomit of yeslnrdiiy's but speeded Boston Defeats St. LOUIJ ............_.................. and lurned in a ST-. position all season. (his morning in a made 1 in VS. His score for tlic Good GoUIng TOLEDO. 0., Aug 11.- I.'ilwanij0 and Oha-rlty; jjns jjerritott who have Icfi city. Th" l-'rasments were minus l.lock Shaw, wlio has played the left- 'Ilialf rofiition all season, teaiecl Kt. Ixmls today 5 to 3: Score: o. p. ji. ,von defending the 5 5 "jnoitk end. Uisht from the'start tins St. Louis............. 7 Ojvcls pressf-cl. f.n'l kept the ballin the PcnnocJi. Harper nnd Schanc; Soth-, iigiinmders' fcrritory for a time. Wcllman, Shocker and Sever- Wray and some cxpcrf golfers bv Played Nine Holes in 33, Two Hie of mediocre scores yesterday had Athletics Win Swatfcsl to t-xerl themselves today in Hie ond !S-hole round of Ihvl national open golf championship at the Invcniess club. Of the play- ers who competed in the first round, Lmrier For Championship 'KTKOIT. Aug 11.- Philadelphia] Allan and A. Thompson missed a good admit defeat to a better team. The Ilailroaders, however, are a much-im- proved eleven lo their showing in Ihe early part of the season. In Jlilncr and I.ov.-c they have strong'defence rrion, the lalter In particular showing np to advantage last iiighL Parsons also proved ho cun perform aa well in tho field as "between the sticks." McLuck- ie "slurrcfl" In the forward line, and b no doubt the best outside-ivlng man In the league. He Is clover at centre- ing on the run. The Fragments had an easy lime of 11, alid