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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE r.RPHBRlDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY. AUGUST a., BRINGING UP FATHER PUJ] By G llllrV Inc. WE SERVE IT If it is possible to obtain it The experience and ab- ility of an expert chef is at your service. You will approve our prices. SILVER C. E. MOORE, MGR. i Corner .Fourth Ave. and Fifth 9t international Game Ends With No Score After a Clean, Hard-Fought Battle o- Both Teams Missed Good Crowd Out to Witness mailing up almost ball In the Close on ran the ball half-time Legs over- when Davis "served" Old-Time Fixture Game i him UP a nice pass. In the second halt Anderson chang- ed positions with Tennant, and Featured Brilliant Foot- ball by Both Elevens. tried the-otrUIde.right position, but ho CARPENTIER WILL MEET LEVINSKY YORK. Interuational Sportins Club to- day announced tho sisafng ot a contract tot.a 15-round deci- sion boat between Georges Car- jieatier. European cbampiou. and Battling Leviusky, 'world's light-heavyweight boxing cham- pion, to us held at Ebhc-i's field. Brooklyn. October 12. 0 I BASEBALL1 Major Minors Results and League Standings. AMERICAN LEAGUE i'j torm and.kept out many-dangerous shots. Nesbllt and Pearson also'nisSs' Team Standings Won. Lost. a creditable showing. Legs was tho surprise packet, and made many was practically only a passenger wji_h his display. All tho the rest ot the game. Early on Mcln- forwards were in fine' .fettle, and it lyre had to-punch out a Uvas In.the forward line where the ?iaad New York St. Louis Boston large crowd turned out last even- uau iy ijumu n tag at Adams Park to witness the old- from Buchan, and Douglas brought Englishmen had the edge on their op- j representing The elevens were the pick ot the city land Nesbilt'made a nice clearance, league teams, and the crowd were j a speedy run up the left :tion between teams to his knees 1 ponents. At times Vneir combination) jland- and Scotland. with a grounder. Holberton was perfect, andVas a treat to The Scotchmen were handicapped 70 78 Pet, .637 .520 AI'J i .373 .521 disappointed, as one of Uic> very land ended -with a perfect centre, bnt beat games of tho season was the -re-j the other forwards were tco late to j'uii. "Jtfler battling for SO minutes: reach the. ball. Mclntyro picked up a neither eleven could plerco the net "of; grounder from Hammy L-innlng in Lheir opponents, and a fair result of i nice style, and at the other end Davla contests-was a pointless draw.Iran the ball.out when well placed. Chances were missed by bolh teams. At Scotchmen pressed especially, in the second -period, but for a time, the opposing dc- i draw s'eemed to meet with, the eon- fence an anxious time. Holberton's approval of the spectators. Ens- and tSe good work of Nes- almost did tea trick towards thelbltt and Pearson saved the situation, lose of the second throush Jack) however. Shortly after. Legg eloctrl- Davis, when he broke Vlgltt through.; the crowd with a piece of Indiv- he opposing defence and about threa j idual work and. came within tan ace of ,ards out lifted ovor the bar. Legs scoring. -He tricked four .opponents, ilso surprised. tho crowd when, was robbed when about to shoot iefeated- four players in succession: .lust after Jack Davis got right past the opposing defence and lifted the tali over the bar, when a sllghl tap would have placed the Englishmen Billy LInsing tested IMn- tyrn with a teaser, which he did well through.the injury, to Anderson. Jock is always a :tower of strength to tlie defence and although trying hard he could not make the grade after. Dun- lop stopped i me. dangerous shots, and it was well the Callie goalie was League Leaders Beat Yanks XBW-.TOHK, made it two out of three by winning from New'YorM today. 3 to 2. Babe Ruth made home run of the 'season in the fourth inning. Score: K. H. E. ind when about .to shoot was robbed i) Tennaht. Tho Englishmen -rere also lucky when Mclntyra left ijs goal unguarded and "Baldy1! Earl ;hot wide. rhj'-Scotchmen sported- ths Caliles In better form than on- his display against the- Miners. Clark broke up many attacks by tha'opposition, and kicking was clean and.well timeil. AH the halves put up a good display. -Ith Shaw the pick. Billy Llnnlng pce.tly closely, and was not so effective as usyal. although he was a thorn In the English defence at all times. His brother (Uarnnij) ceh- red ivicely. Buchan'and Earl were lard workers. .Tcnnant, showed" at bis bust in the back position. _ after changing places .with Anderson. V to get 'rid ot. Towards the doss (it __________ ______ ,ofors and" representatives W the Rose j the game darkness, set in, making it the: Miners' colors. TJie Englishmen had a.couple of changes n their" line-up from that advertised. laklng Ihe place, ot .Bjtcmsn it nsht back, and Westley substitut- tiard ip'rollow. -Once Mclntyre made a dangerous move. when ;he left his goal unguarded and .W. Lianing al- most notched.a counter when he caught a bye-kick close In. .Just after Ihe whistle blew for lime with the score sheet blank. The llrie-up -was as follows: England "Mclntyre Xeshitt Pearson Westley Holberlon Breeze I.egg Davis Appleby Pink Willolls Albert- Gurr, The Scotchmen at full .strength. England won tho toss and defended -be north .goal. The game start-, ;d punctually on time. forced natters In the early stages and Apple- ts had hard lines with a s'.lnssr. Hands' against Breeze relieved the treasure and just after Referee Uurrj Hilled Appleby up for doubtful off- H. Unning ilde Billy Linning lifted over the bar] yhen well placed, and at the other end I Dviilop ran out to clear from Legs. I tried.a long one. but It was i ards wide. Hammy I.innning placed j i nice centra across, the goal nioiilh, ml his forwarda wero -too slow to. -each.: Mclntyre stopped a bot.ono .roni "Baldy'1 Earl.'and pulled bff a lice save. The game was slopped ,for i i short time owing to an Injury .Jimmy Gurr handled tho game with lock Anderson, who got in a tangle his old-time, skill, and little fault i vith Legg. He was assisted off tho could be found with any of his decls- leld. and Inn Scotchmen continued; ions. The game was remarkably free .he game with ten men. YVIllotts from fouls, and the referee had an orced a corner, proved abortive! rasy time with the whistle, .ind Tennant grazed the cross-bar nt he other end. Jock Anderson tried igain, bnt with almost his first kick Bnchan W. Linning Kar! Tennant W. Dunlop Douglas Shaw Clark Anderson Dunlop Scotland Ourr. Linesmen-rC. TurnbuH, Gate NOTES Altogether ft was evening's sport, and sent the spectators' home in a good humor, the best gama of the season.' Cleveland York Caidwell and O'Neill: Shawkoy and -i Leonard Pitches Shutout I UOSTOiV, Aug; held! Boston to tbrej; bits today nad De- troit won the final of the series, 4 to 6'. j Score: R.' H.E.I Detroit 4 13 1 Boston.................. 0 3, ;0j: Leonard and, SUnago; :Biish :and! Scbang. J -Old Sol seems'to Have dismiss- ed the scowl'on his visage with the' result that warmer weather Is in store for the game at Eckstorm rP.i.rk tonight at 6.15 when the Co- lumbus Club team-and the Leth bridge All Stars will hook up In an exhibition '.fixture.. The game- on .Wednesday night played In a chilly atmo'sp'here which many of-the fans raway, but to- there should be a big crowd on deck. The admission .will be tbc usual city, league charge and If Kennedy's braves perform-as they did during the Colonial Cup series should be a hum- dinger. t .Mulholla'nd will he on the mound for the Clubs, while.Seaman will the benders, for thff All Stars.1 The Clubs win.have" to fill up positions'from which All Stars are drawn, ".but .Manager has soulh country signed ori his. rosier-ah'd "that should %not be -difficult. The game' will be good practice for the All Stars whs are getting ready some of t'ne best ag- grogations in the south within the' next .month. Here are the line-ups: One For Fair Threshing Has "Commenced St. grounds.' All C.i c.j Mulboliand, p.; Huff. Hi.; Boucher. 2b.i; I J. Seaman. Sb.; Bond, Powell, RAYMOND. Aug. Ciiarley Kln- sey, man, received a wire yesterday .-from Vancouver In- viting him -to.send'his "inaro, UHy Ferguson, to the'.Vancouver race meet- .ing. The'association offered .to pay ijill the expenses connected with the shipment. Mr. Kinsoy is considering.; I the matter.'1.'.- Mceks, IJrotuei-'s I Miss Larue, was .recently a winner- at. the .WiudEOc und in probability she, will appear on the Vancouver, turf... JIayinoud Is Ijecom-' ing famous, as .a. race horse centre. There i's some fall meeting here, although, nothing definite has been' aru hoping; that a 'race-'program, will be run off i at tW coming fair neit Dnncan of the public school Sunday from where lie "look, the course in cadet :.drill, Qualifying with nine 1 oilier yonp'gVinen .InXlhc province as itistructpr in 'cadet work'. Mr. Weaver jwho Is an cx-seryice man., in lha Can- adian ot...the cadets in the Raymond school. Ho b'as 'already good work in this CAP COMFORT .Yon -will- find one ot these cnpa very comfortable to wear. There is nothing like it for "put- ings, for.motoring; or-any; out- door occasion....... These caps are quite light in weight, beautifully, finished arid hold .their shape. .Y-ou .wln'be' ylart to have one to sltp into your has take thoee week- end trips. Bert Kester's MEN'S SHOP Home of 20th Century Clothing ALEXANDRA HOTEL..BLOCK ON THE CONNER-: TORONTO HVDRO RATES. INCREASED iiO'PER CENT. and NATIONAL LEAGUE Chunik-k.- outfield, c.j Seanian, Rye threshing commenced yester- TORONTO, Ajig. 20.-r-A.ncw sched ule providing for an' Increase of day -I' -J outfit thresh- per cent, -on the (ormer commercial D. Woolley's rye. He liau eight i lighting and power rates in.Toronto ed Cincinnati Brooklyn Xcw York Pitrsburg Chicago..... St. Louis Boston...... PhiladHnhia Team Standings B. Moore. BENTON HARBOR, Mich.. Aug. Jack Dempsey lengthened tils training program today for his tabor bay bout with Billy Mlske, of St. Paul, by in- cluding five miles of road work, punching bag, the rope skip- ping, shadow boxing and other gymnasium" work. WILL SHAMROCKS GO WEST? 62 63 58 17 45 46 'V.I 50 52 59' SO 57 6C Phillies in 12 Innings riTTSHl'KU. Aug: won from the Pirates In a 12-iuning game today, o to Score: R. H. E. Hhllailolnhit...... S 1 1'Jtlsburg ,7 1 Meadows, Kn7.niann and Wheat, Tra- gressor; Carlion, Hamilton and liaeff- ner. Reds Take Reef on Flag UlNTIXXATI, Aug. streugtheneri their hold on lirst place in the National League by :bcating acres which-ran -about 20 -biishels to i-has been announced-by the hydr-.- acre. to pull'W Mr. electric commission, ot. Ontario, It Is said by. the 'recent the management-of'the opera house. se Being, theatre inail both here and in tlie.Stales. Jlr. Brew- erton is well the position, 1 He intends to run a firsi-class house, j running both'motion picture, and road shows. _.Kor lime Mr. Brewer- 'ton was manager 'oi the Princess theatre, Browning.'. Calgary Shoofct's Nose OllL u'eut. J. Cameron Billy Winning got the closest at-' einpt to a score up to this period; The, St. Cleorge's; players wero well 1 i-epresenled on the Englisli eleven. 1 the whole ot the defence (goalie, i backs and halves) being the sarno that 7ut "spoilt the effort by pulling the i constituted the Saints defence this iall through -with his hands. Pink season. Billy Holberton was the star, night to discuss the matter. ticked.yards wide with no oppofl- and it is .doubtful it the Saints the Shamrocks will dis- (on near- him., Dunlop fumbled a tain has actiullted himself better lhan hand fnr the season and prolmbly for ong ami Appleby j he did last night. Mclntyre was right J Lacrosse club from Chairman Arm- strong ot the New-Westminster ex- position company, iu reference to the Miato cup yainos. The. .offer .was n good one but fails Tar .siiort of Ihe amount reouired to cover Ihe ex- j penses of the trip. .The. sum of Sl'.UOOj is reouired. A meeting of (be Sham- rock executive will be held lomfirrow j If the B. Highlanders For The Trophy OTTAWA, Bvitisb Columbia Rifle association won the Glllesple challenge cup and the Kirk- Patrick cup. while the Calgary Hiflc association captured the MacDonald shield, the big team competitions for which results were tinnqunced In the Canada nine association I Score: R. II I Brooklyn- '...........2 13 3_ 11 Kirkpatrick cup ore Grimes, Cadore and neuthcr, Sallec, King and- (Only two games scheduled.) rierPlu JMOKINC TOBACCO Aftcrears ofdomination s 1NTERNATJO_NAL ,L'T Toronto 7. unnaio I, ft, Akron 4. 1-3, Jersey City 3-7. meet today. The Gillespie challenge cup and the p ore fur teams ot six tlio highest aggregate PACIFIC -COAST Vernon 2. Seattle Z. Oakland 0. .Portland J. Sail J.y'Kc fi. San Francisco 2.' Sacramento Los Angeles 1. -M Calgary: Ilcgina 7. Calgary (1. At Edmonton: Winnipeg 1. Kd- moriton 0. At .MOMC Jaw: Kaskalifljii fl, .Moorfi: Jaw ft. scores in Hie Bankers and Walker matches. Tlie score of the British.Columbia team was The -ISth Highlanders of Toronto were second with The Ilritish Columbia learn also received which goes with the two "cups. The Macnonald'Ciip is for learns of eight- men iu the JlacDonaid match and'carries H cash prize of J36.00, in addition to individual prizes. -The score of the Calgary It. A. was IMI, and the -IStli Highlanders came second with The weather today at Kockellffe ranges was almost ideal for good scores, with bright lift and very littlo wind. MacDonald "brief" mfilch; 301) nnrt lino yards Id rounds at each rnnge. ICin. Teams of eight i; HigblanderSj 05. Sergt. -iStli. Dt. J18.00, iiieul.-CoI.: Morris. C. K. P., 515.00, Capl. Kauffmnnn, 1st Oi R., I03rd, 02. Other .winnors were: JS.Od, 103rd, 91; MaJ. KicliardEon. 106th, 01. each. Brlg.-Gen. Duff-Stewart, R. 0.. 50; Major Blair, 72iid, SO. Shillingford flaming, It. A., Jl.'Jlill, c. SS; C... and H. H., S3; Uevt.-CoJ. Owen, I03th Dragoons, 88; Sergt.--D.-.McInnes. 109lh, S7: Capt. .Ifichardson; 86th, 80: Sergt. T Anzar, Private A. Caplin f.Stli, 86; Lieut: A. Blackburn, W. H. ANTWKRP. Aug. and thf. Mother Counlry liKurcd tho opening evenls of the sixth of the seventh Olympiad this morn- ing. P. Hodge, one of: the star rlis- tunco men of tho British loam won first place In the final boat In the 3.000-mctrn slceplc chase, while Arcliie McDiannld of Vancouver won fmirlh place for Canada In the CC-pound weight event. The weather was again unfavorable today. There was a cold drizzling rain and only a few spectators turned out for the opening events of the morning. In addition to the three thousand metre steeple chase and the 5fi-pound weight finals, the program for the Any Included the 200 and metre the'one thousfind metro walk, (he polo vault and lit first cob- ths pentathlon. AMERICAN; ASSOCIATION Milwaukee 8, Toledo i. Kansss'City 7. (No others, schedulc'd.) CUTTER WILL AID IN STOPPING BOOZE1 RUNNING N. Y., Aug. coast baa been ordered :o proceed hero to patrol the St. Law- rence fo prevent liquor smus- :ling and' enforce customs a.cis. ac- cording to word received by Henry Holland, collector of the port today. Huron county Temperance Associa- tion will seek the suspension of the Canada Temperance act iti the county. Service Station In tho famous K-W MasDptos. All makes of magnetos, genoraforft, coils paired. Full stock of repair parts car rled. All -work guaranteed. MAGNETS RECHA.RCEO what you put into the Clothes, but what yon get out of them. Not what you pay, but whnt you're re- Xfnrt of value means satisfaction. We are now showing1 tiAw Kail Suits in single and double-breasted models for men anri young men. Come in and iook them over., Tlicru la a splendid range to select from at-- The Roy Electric Co. S18 4th Avenue South PHONE 735 Others at to LOUIS KEE SHOP OP KASHtON GRAFT CLOT AND THE FLOflSHEIM SHOE TiliOCK 31 ;