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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD THUHSDAY, -AL'Gl'ST 10, 1920 m -BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus NOW- THERE ISN'T n n L- i i> i Mulhollaml came home ou Ll'i'orlesi Ball Behind Brilliant. piay.-.jjorrjson 'sacrificed Schweilzer. Pitching by Mulhollaml Docs'to second, but Robwcr struck out fur n, i the third man down Two runs. Weather. was hit by n Keeps Kans A Sligilf j iillchea ball, went lo second when Town Team Greatly ud. going to second. Stone scored on ir c _________ i passed ball' and Mulholalnd roosted 011 third. Schweilier struck out. Mor- !u a game of baseball that should jcnt a ioljg fly to left and Mnl-1 MVO been ptayed by arc light Leih- j hollnnd scored on the throw-in. Hoh-1 ifirtg'- All-Stars, playing errorless Eafely. Show singled and j pohinu tho brilliant pilcliing of Mui-'weut around to third when the short-' aollandi last night triumphed over I Eioj, eetond baseman both fumb- lUiymund crew by a six lo Boiid's grounder, attempting to 'i'DrD iii seven innings. The evening I sel Snow a: second. Kobwer scored cbiliy "and thn big crowd which: the mix-up. foul popped waa expected to boost the receipts i0 catcher for the third man down, [be- lapels of the L.A. A. A. fuileil td'Three funs. iialcriulizc. Tliosc wiio dirt _ come.: sent une lo sec- lowever, v.-cre trer.ted lo a very which was fflbzled. Ho went to of baseball and Saw L'mpa Cuf-- pecond on H passed ball, und came -jiy mnkc his debut. His Umpnoas! home on Slone's second hit. Mulhol- icrforaed like a big even: one to Brewcrloti, which i BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland Chicago New York St. Lohis Boston ___ Washington Ueiroit___ Team Standings Wort. Lost. Game on Toriight :Labor Day Ganle Will lie 1'liiy- ed in Ihe Morning on Labor, Day i The football nrogram fur Lelh1 'biulge followers promises to be o good uae-for'a time yet. Mans arc being made for the playing oft of the games for of the Rennet and tonight the England and [Scotland contest Is on. Tonight's; game starts at o'clock. i All players will dress in the JlinersJ 'Tary. They are to bring Ihelr owni its bnl strips will be provided. Team Leading 71 72 49 41 14 'M TO 1C Pel. Lib hool Scotlnnd will be dressed in blue and England will all be in while. Jimmy n-ifi I Ciurr wll! be referee. All players are 'frU asked to be on the field by O.SO '195 i o'clock. -.168 j .On Labor Day the C. P. n. Calgary jjiO leant will be here. The game' will lit- played 10.46 o'clock In the morn- lhg; Tickets for this game will be on ANTWERP. Aug. lolal scores in the- athletic anfl the finish ot today's events In the stadium were: United Stales 10 Ipoims; Finland. 13; Sweden, 20; England. 21; France-. 12; South Africa, 8: Italy, 7; Canada, New Zealand, 3; Es-1 tnonla, 3. The above figures represent the scorings in the finals of 11 events contested since last Sunday. GOLF Philadelphia ._.. _____ ealy Monday morning and can be ou- tiled from many of the niiu-t ho remembereil that this game angli ,ome of hi. deolsiOliB ott onlj after a hard M Etrikes fallen In meet with gen- nm. Schweitzer was out. pile her lo llie of ,h4 w. V. A: ami llie nnt HlhinniUg. Score: 'It. tl K. Red Sox in llth BOSTON. Aug. iti-heil Having found It Impossible lo line up -an outside- team for a game on Friday night, arrange- ments have been made for a pitch- battle octweeii the Lethbridge All Stars and Kennedy's kings of the Colunibus Club, winners of the Colonial Cup In the city series, the Clubs will have their strongest lineup afl the way from. _ Tabcr. to .Ihe coast- on the job, and a good expected. The fracas will be staged at Ecxstorm Park and in the nature of a practice game for. the All Stars who arc preparing the Medicine Hat1 Monarchs, Per- nlfr, Wyclfffe and other strong ag- gregations .during the next few weeks. The game wljl start at 6.15 and. no. annoying .delays such as occurred ta'sV night will occur. The golfers are beginning to crawl-i out of (heir shellB. or are returning] from their Tho days have grown cooler. .The .course has been -ail cut and the fairways are In splen- did condition) and you can have the trouble you wuiit if you can't and'Harry Varuon was In the second roaster tint slice or pull, because the [money, fairway is bounded by the tall uncul, but if you get there who's to blame? approval. to first and iloiTison Hied out to third. V Iiayinonn turned out a better team One :han bid been expected and if tlieyj innins: Browcr- sttige-another Ibis year hil safe and .weut to second on he' a biggsr crowd. Two new Mercer's grounder which Morrison ;iieri, just .arrived Jroin iiall Lake 3lly, the brothers Orgill, have bolster- id up the team wonderfully. Dick prgin is a right hander willi lo'is of ilcam and his work ou the mouml worth more than passing notice. :Ie allowed iive hits, but was inclined :o be wild.'passing Iwo and hilttng two patters, ilicken hail Vard work hold- np him, allowed four passc-d jails, tvo o'f which let -in runs. The rxaymond ioiicld v.-as inclined lo muss i -hem up iu spots and udded to llje by Ihe loc.nis. Tho. by the J: -cltAriilgc' All-Stan was up lo thn .latjj limy They didn't make t- in prior Iho tyvtn frarnes, Ihougli gn unasslitcd. Stevens sent a high one back of. second which Bond couldn't gel and Brewertou scored.. Duhler slhick oliU O'Brien was hit by and Seiman gol on when llie bail Ihrown to firsl iiit bim. The sacks wero full willi two down when Hatch ivavput in as a pinch liilter. He ilnrtiiieil one in front ot llie "plate which Stone ilirew to. firEt Tor an easy but. The box score- Detroit Schang. T Homer -in 9th Wins YOnK, Aug. !5. IMpp's run In the "ninth inhllig today i Trades und Jut? Lee. Labor Council. proprietor of: Ihe', Leth- RAYMOND Selmaii, 3b O'rgill, p. Orgll.l, 11. U) JISekGii. c. Brevrcrloii AB. R. U. PO. A. E. iii u nritter of fad there weren't; Mercer, ss. nucy chances, as Muihoilaud was so Stevens, cf itingy with hie hits llial Ihe fielders B'Jhler, rf. ItUn'l enough to do to keep warm. O'Brien., If. ,i> tin! first three innings the All-1 stars' lef. hander made nine of the! laymonditcs whiff tlie Ozone, and inly h une Innings, the last, when it VEI'S ?vo dark Ihe fielders should have lid ceiirchlights to follow tho ball. 110 I'.e more Uian 6uO hit. Only registered off him, and two ihcE'j v.'cre very scratchy. Mow the Runs Scored inning; Sans, Jiirst hit fafely and slole. He ad- to third on Stone's hil bill was by -j good lliiow to llie scored on inill. 'jtoiie tried score from third when J fickeiu Eioother. bLit tho .lieat.him to it on a close j )lay, drev. a walk, f KuyintmiJ was'xatfi Orfil! lei i ho 'ball gd'l aivay from him :it rust 3 18 S "Hailed (or Orgill in the Tth. LCTHBRIDGF, SclmeHzer. If 0 0 0 0 Morrison. Ib..... u 0 r. 1 Hohvrcr. 3h a 1 1 I Sucnv, ss........ 3 Seaman, cf. 1 I'ond. ct 1 Znbacli Sang. rf Stone, r..... p. 0 0 Cleveland. 1 U. li. K. I II. E. 17 (l 10 1 Shaw, New York to win from to 3. Score: Cleveland 3 .1 K'ew York 4 9 1 Ilagby ami O'Neill; (Juitin. Collinr. and Senators Easy WASHINGTON, Aug. Louis hammered Shaw and Acoata for a total of 17 hits today easily won from Washington; 13 In 2. Score: H. St. Louis 10 Washington 2 Shocker and Severoid; Acosta and Gharrity. Contenders Trimmed too PHILADELPHIA. Aug. inell scattered Chicago's live hits to- day and the pennant contenders kisl Ihc first game of their" ?er1ea of the season here, 1. to o, Score: n. H. E. Chicago...... 0 Philadelphia........... 1 i 0 Williams. WjtkinEO'n and Scbilk; nomuiell and Perkins. NATIONAL LEAGUE Team Standings Cncliiuatt si I'bridge Hole! has presented, a tup lo 1 1 Ihe wlubera .Of tho intermediate fbol- j ball league. The C._P. .R. boys won I this. This cup must, be .won three home >'ears ifi before any teain libleil caD compBtltioh. The C. P. tl. boys also won the As- qnilb. shield, which was held last year jj by Norlll I.etbliriitge United ;rbe Seijtember play-down for the captain's prize silOuld. see 'a big turn- out for the preliminary play-down. night tile, first "do it of Vvecd cutters went Ou Monday purself" to work add .cleaned up the 5th fair- way from the lo. the ..ditch. There 'are lots' more to cut, and at least once a week (or the hest month this "do 'it ourself" should be pulled off. Entire Cleveland Team Will Erect Memorial EC-ore !3 6 5 21 9 0 tl. 11. I1-. L'SO (i02