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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAf.R SIX THE LRTHBIHDGE DAILY HERALD FIIIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1920 BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus i DO .day of their lives und it's'just like citing watermelon and fried chicken. They, have two men on their team are a little belter than anything ever seen here, oven in the days of professional ball. These are Heed at third and Singer irime. He was playing with a split j inger but took everything that came his way. There are maav who think that the Giants weren't trying very hard. That .earn doesn't heed fo try bard to play pretty baseball any more than a hun- ry man has to try hard to make oulck of a T-bobe second uirture to them. They might have handed NATIONAL LEAGUE Cincinnati Brooklyn New York Pittsburg Chicago St. Louis Team Standings >Vou Lost Lethbridge a couple of runs in thein'( sixth when they staged a couple of. wild throws to the bags, but even the best of theru dp that-. To go Into details about the game! unnecessary. The hoi score tells! 59 61 57 53 54 48 41 41 47 47 49 54 62 .157 .HS .398 Mtiusel Gets Two Homers PHILADELPHIA. Aug. Alain Events Get Under Way. Next of I N'ations ANTWERP, Aug. won i i the 170-kflometrc road race, liic Olym-j pic bicycle classic here yesterday. I Sweden was second. Belgium Ihird j jand Denmark fourth. The order ofj i Ihe teany standing was determined' by the times made by tlie four coni-{ petitors of each country in the race. Stenquist of Sweden made the best Individual time, 280 minutes 1 1-5 sec- all about it. Every man on the and Measel's ivi home runs bridge team played well. Stone caught {featured Philadelphia's C to 1 victory a nice game, anfl didu't allow a Si. Louis in the final game of the fie rrinped the only attempt. Harvey Schweilzer took Ihe only chances fnr o, which camo his way, hut doesn't seem (o have his eye on Ihe hall as well as usual. If you want to enjoy a ball game which will do you as much good as a vaudeville act, see the Saturday game. Including the youngsters there close lo 1000 people last night. Who at They make inficlding lookI Ewin, says baseball? The box score: Tanner, ss. Boyd. If...... Reed, 3b..... Singer, Pale, cf....... Jackson, rf. won't support good like a picnic lunch with dill pickles Ihrowci in. c xThe Lelhbridge infield looked like a million dollars last night. 'Gordie Murrison on first showed up in great style. Hohwer (Udn't show up for second so Sang was sept in. lie play- ed the position as' if he had been Ihere t Instead of behind Ihe bat all year. This youngster accepted eight chances many ot Ihem hard, and never ig, c. Scolty, p Gordon, Ik. Tolals........36 0 1 3 2 0 0 7 0 0 H I 10 27 14 4 AB. R. H. PO. A. E. Green, cf.. Schweftzer.' l'f. .ib. Snow, ss. Chumlck, rf. oobbled once. At short Snow was all I 2b..... lo the mustard, and although ho got Xubach, 3b. couple of hot ones which he mussed Stone, c up, ho took seven .other Mulnplland. p. finished style. In addition Snow laid on the old willow for three hits. One Totals ittc rather scratchy, but in the eighth he pickled a. beauty for three, Score ,by. driving in .Morrison ahead of him. Giants Snow scored two ot Lelbbridge's five- runs and drove In Heinle Morrison ifith two mom. At third Zubach play- ed a fairly nice game though lha po- is new to Win. His whip IB gcKiO. He laadeci on one of Scoltie's offerings in the tilth, placing it along joist line, making the circuit. GVeen- in centre field' accepted hard chances. Singer hit one lo centre Jn the fifth which looked good for a single but U took a bad bound over. Green's head' and went for, a homer. Tho Giants-can hit as well PS they! can field, and they got to Mulholland i lor ten safe tingles. Dill was pilch-! lug pretty fair hall at that considering that he had pitched a hard game the i Seaman would have; the mound last night but Mul- holjcind will able lo play on! (Saturday night, ,3d the .Miners' iron inau was saved, Chuniick dldn'l 1ml up to his usual form, last night :illhough Uoytl, cap- tain of the Giants robbed him of K hit in the eighth which should have bucn good for Ihreo bases. Boyd stuck up one lurid for ft screamer off OHumick'a bat. He stopped the hall which bounded out of Ills glove, hut it for Iho out. Snow scored 80 that llio lilt went as a sac- tifke fly, but It was lagged for three bases. Uoyd ia Iho comedian uf the (Hants: Ho had Ihe fans lau.qhlns at every turn. IJIg Gordon on firat base looks liko Jack Johnson fn hit I COBS TO QUIT GAME? Rumor has it tbat Ty Cobb. star outfielder of Hie Detroit Tigers, will retire from baseball at Ihe end of the present sedEon. Cobb led the American league In hitting and base-stealing for many years. .3. f., f, MINERS' LINEUP Tho following Is the iinetrn ot the Miners for Ihcir game against Ihe Callles lonlght; Peacock, Seaman, Clark. Camp- bell, Campbell. Willctts, Lowe, Muro" onds. Dress rehearsa opening ftf the gr were'held today. When Ihe games open Sunday the Philadelphia............ -3 1 i 'vlt.h Jaeobs'and demons; Smith ttnd the followlns points aUeady in their XVheat i favor: _ I United States Norway 55; Swe- Cmcmnatl Wins in Overtime luen 39; Holland 18; Bel- DOSro.V Aug. 12-LmclauaU 13-, rrauce 10; Finland 7; Den- A P it three out of four with Boston 7. Brazil fl- Kanlh winning 6 to m 11 today. Switzerland 5; '.Canada 3: Italy 3; I .Whltefield Anderson, 2: Greece 3; rzecho-Siovakla winelk Reserves Hogg and Cincinnati............. t, lu Sj Each nation start four men FleiniiiK n 'teach event and points will lie award-1 A.-; Eller. Luque and Wingo: Scott and r erf the system of the jtional athletic federation which gives: Babe Adams in Form [0 the winner 'seven points, to the! NEW Auj. Adama 1 second nve, to the Ihird four, fourth p.itched championship ball against' three, nflh ar.J siith ono. New York today, allowing only twoj _____________'______ singles and Pittsbnrg Score: Pitlsburg......... New York......... Adams and llaeffner; Harnes and SiDilh. Chicago Evens Up Series- BROOKLYN, Aug. Chicago JUS! ONE MORE TO SECURE GOODS AT THESE PRICES Serge at 25 per cent Off All Odd Trousers...............20 per cent Off All Neckwear at Reduced Prices. One lot of Fine Dress Shirts, regular ?3.00 at Reductions on All 'Silk Shirts. Several Specials in Men's Sox. All Cotton Work Shirts Reduced. Special Prices.on All Light Summer Underwear. 1 Don't Forget Saturday is the Last Day of the Sale. FfcJO ERl. KESTERS MEN'S SHOP. HOME OF 20TH CENTURY CLOTHING ALEXANDRA HOTEL BLOCK. ON THE CORNER. fFrom Our Own Corrcspondentl 'i''. BARONS; Aug. held their, meeting- last Wed- nesday, Aug. 4thi al the home of Mrs. at ills M-ork. At Ihe lime of writing lie is 'reported much Improved, and under the caro of Dr. W.. B. Wallwlu will soon be perfectly restored. Mr. Fisher returned from his days on Saturday lasl, having spent a good time at his home in Okotoks. U la expected wheat cutting will be general in another week or ten days if the weather is warmer as it was evened up Ihe series WL.I Brooklyn by winning today S (o t. Score: Chicago s 15 1 Brooklyn............. I 11 2 i Big Present From Parts'W liihiis Gooti P. Bradley. One hnpny tea-Mast week. Mures of the'meeting was a song ren-i Miss S. Martin of ths Union Bank ;dered by Mr. A. Fowlie. There were! staff relumed from her. holidays this a good nnmber iirescr.l, and all eajoyj i week. ted their meeting." i i Mrs. A'. C. Freeman arrived home' from -Xepinii. Maniioba. on Sunday jlasl, Afig, ISI... Mrs.-.Freeman, spent} I j an enjoyable .holiday .during ths past I '..lew weeks. -In tho absence ot Mrs.I Mrs.'- W. _J. Lcbow klnclly presided at the church organ, 'Mr. J. WelKh was ;i visitor ini Blackie for a day or two laat week. i Mrs. D. Kennedy retuined from holiday, oil Thurwlay last, after spend-i ing some weeks In Onljulo, with her But Was There to Save Ills Em- 1 own people. On 'the return Journey, __ n. TOLEDO. Ohio, Aug. Douglas AMERICAN LEAGUE 34 5 7 'out, bunted third strike. aings-r- R. 11. K. 210, 130, 10 4 Lethbridgo 000, 012, 26'17 31 Cleveland I Chicago go New York St. I.ouls Washington I Boston ruiia, Singer, Zu- bach; three base hits. Jackson, Sottv Won 70 70 .'il 47 17 40 3-1 I-oat 3S to 7! llri. Kennedy spent some days at i Portage La Prairie with Mr. Ken- nedy's people. Mr. and MM. H. E. Irwin are rejoic- ing over the arrival of .1 sou on July Our Own j 20th, 1920. and Mr. artd Mrs. W. A. CARMAXGAV. Aiig. Carman- 1 Moore also OTcr-lhb arrival of n son i ers the first IS-hoie round for Bay Fair wag a, big aiicceas, ovcr.i.SSO' "a July 30, 1020. We ofi'er them our inaliona] open chuinplorishlp at Inver-i people attending the fair, and it was 'hearty congratulations. I ness with 38-35-73, Iwo over par. Thi.'. i of tha most successful fairs In the Messrs. D. Kennedy, J. Wm. equalled his first qualifying round history of the- town. Every i J. P.. and Hev. s. Pike Pet. (score and was eight, betler than to take a keen interest in nil ex- motored over to White Luke lo attend Vaughn and Daley; Smith, Mam-j Edgar, of Atlanta, 'Canadian open niaui, Mohnrt arid Krueger, Taylor, champion, today leil the early finish- Dicks Lodk Up Evidence Aug. alias Uranchrs, Etatement llial he served n jail terra in this city to save his employer, seems to be borne out by his declara- tion made at the lime of his arrest on August 31, 190S, to Iho detectives when ho said: "I am gullly, I witatcd lo help ont Ihe Zerassl family." ..._---. The genera! impression in official _____, ____ good and Ihe attrac.tions all that- Miss Jcjsle and Mias Louis Uralg circles seems to be that Ponzi did than pair of Ti's mane in j could bo desired. Of course the nialniaro visiting at their brother's north-] suffer for Zcrassi's by rady, runner- j feature was the. ball game' between of town. Tlii.s, was formerly the. some pre arranged nntlerslanflins. .015 i score of yesterday. .631 1 I George Sargent, of Columbus, form-' 'elvi erly champion, scored 78 today, one (ally j hiblts. am) ail aeemcd to crajoy them-] the ch.urch board meeting oa Friday. am) Th es. The exhibits were exception- August Cth. They report a good time. .1521 qualifying.-white M. J. Drady, up to Ifagen last year, took 77 today, j Xoblcford and Champion, and the .3811 Charles Loos, of New York, required on tha last day. The ball .315 j 75 and Alex, lloss, of Detroit, a form- same was won by Champion, score 5 to tlin bucking contest was won by Walter N'eilscn. home of the family, bonce lo them a place of 'great inlcreit. While Zeracsi was "lha boss" of the outfit, Ponzi was his chief lieutenant A goodly number of Barons people and took all Ihe blame upou bis own vent over to Carmangny Fair on! shoulders. Monday. The juniors of Barons play- Carrnaiigay the finl ball! For the last Ibrec or four days Scotly I; earned rims, Lethbridse Tho drmv for Ihe second round for llic Hawurlh tennia cup was as foJ- lows; J. Wood vs t'ascadderi; A, C. fia- worth vs Warn !L Kclgor vs G. L. Harris; Davis vs Freeman; Kcrr vs Darlcy; H. riincks vs K. Jackson: B. .Harris Alrd; Dnnsworth vs' Uriggs; Thrall vs .McArthur; Dr, Horning. All matches lo ho liniehccl by Wed- nesday, AujiiBl ISth. Athlellcj Win Odd Game I Tuesday ami DETROIT, Aug. H; or bettsr. At (won the odd game of tho series to- ;day from Detroit 8 lo 1. Score .3 llclrolt............... Harris and Perkins; Ayers Manlon, Stallage, Only One Game Behind ClIICAdO, Aug. down Cleveland's lead In the jieiniiint nice today to one Kamo when they (lefealed 1 to 2. u-hllr: New York wns winning the league Score.: Washington............ 2 7 I score .-.30 o'clock of Detroit, last year to Walter find Douglas 0 of AlUnla. Canadian open r, i champion, started alay. followed at and five-minute intcrvalr. -ijv 3! other pair: Tho seven -i i I (alr should never be miss J., ijocn for tho last two years the pcoplo In the out "visitor In Carmangay over Ihu week- end. We regret (o report the sudden and the. case and reported back to their headquarters, side, district take as ni'ieh interest Illness' of in (be fair here as the people In this' .ot honored cltlieiia. HD had1 urban population Is largcr'tban tllslrlct And town. Every ono Is liec" well Tor some time, but kepi rural. The Lri S. census shows that lha Ilia cut BX-SOLDJERS WIL TEACH ONT. SCHOOLS Chicago Courtney. Zachary and Uharrily; Clculle ami Sclmlk, (Only thrco sclicrtuled I. ,ns forwarl for Hie fair yenr. so Harr) ..rd.iu wHn .lames hen nranl, Vulean, lend .lock Knh tiins-ni repealed his ror- n or, (hr. first nine today while or< Waller selves aa well- nlcaaed wllli the Car- fair. H.igfMj, hla parlner, troiihle to the rslcnt of S3. the AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Minneapolis 8; inrilnnapolls Kansas City 6; Toledo II. MllwaukcO 0; Columbus 0 dallcrl cotl JJfth, St, Paul 27; Louisville 5. WESTERNCANADA Sankatoon 2; Kdmontcin 0. Winnipeg 2; Kegtna 4. Moose Jaw II; Calgary 11 (tailed TORONTO. Aug. hundred irx-KiMiors of Onturin will enter upon Uielr new dijlles when llic public ecr.oola of Ontario open on Kcptem- Icr 1. The entry of the war veterans into the teaching profession is rf.g.ird- cd with grout favor by the educalinn department aulhorltlcx liecausc the. male school teacher has lately been I cnA disappearing from public school life It was one of the last acts of Hon H. J. Cody, when minister cf educa- tion In the Ilcarpl government, to provide for the training at public ci- ponso of returned men tor Ihe teach- ing profession. To tils call there a splendid response, tne sturlents In- cluding eveaicers, "men with business experience, man with university train- ing ei-N. c. O.'s. younj; men and mar- ried men of maluro agu and cxpcr- lonco, PACIFIC COAST Portland I; Seattle 2. Saeramcnlo Salt l.ako 9. Oiklf.nil 7; Vermin 1. Los Angeles I; Kranclsco INTERNATIONAL Toronto D--3 (No others City 1, score Ted turned Frank Adams of Winnipeg, leader of the inuuftlo in the nunllfyhii! j round, had n slump lotlay S? strokes. luuk PHONE 666 ALASKA TtBADY TO CONTINUB THBIR j TODAY rnwty. c.v.nnnK, v. C., If weather co'iilltloni arc favorable. thfl four Do llavilan'l airplanes that havj been for nearly Iwo weeks wilt continue their Now York to .Nemo flight frlday morning early. Air- plane parts Iroiit San Francisco ar- rived loniRW, Street staled tonight Ibat ibc machines were ready Ihreo days ago. repairs having neen effected locally. bill the landing field ol Hazclton was not ready, wlro from Ihero sUlcn that nrrangomotits arc now complete. Captain Sliect nald thai the Hying from Kdninnthti lo Prince (leorgo was Ihe hardesl nart tif. tlie trip; bnt.orou harder going is cipceliid from hero on. men urc In the beat o( spirits anil eager lu continuo lUcir jli 0 R 410 FIFTH STREET l-lll Service Station Service Station Or the famous K-W Magnetos. All makes ol masnMoa, generators, coils re- paired. Mill Block of repair parts cir- ricd. All T.-ork guaranteed. MAON6T8 RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. 518 4th Avtnuc South PHONE 735 Fashion Graft Men's and Young Men's Suits When rnnn sresk of "CTod dollies" they have in mind such dulls as these. They Ihlnk of nil wool (abrltn, clean- cut iind lailoring Hint gives distinctive iinnnancnt thaps- llncirs and pmtl fit as H'ell as wpar. Wien offer such dollies HI jio.Od yon naturally get th? Idea thai It la something It is! Come In antl look Ihcm over. Seo for yourself If you havo seen anything as good for LOUIS KEEL SHOP Of FASHION CHAKT CLOTHES AND THS FLOKSHEIM SHOE OLIVER DI.OCK sis FIFTH ST. ;