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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THfi LETHBRHXIE DAU-T! HERAU> Tlil'HSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1910 UP FATHER" By G. McManus -'ili. HAVE HIM I f S'H COME RKKT DOWN TO '6K 1HAT -fOO-l HOPE ItL HWE THE OF r-7 f-f. LIVERY We Meet All Trains. Hospital Calls. Phones 428, 369, 1556 Special Mates cm Country Trips SPENCE BROS. Lethbrldge, Alia. The Sport Page 4 WILHO1T WITH RECORD GOES BACK TO MAJORS Vets Into Scott Gup 1 r Finals, Beat Callies, 2-0 A good crowd turned out at Adams iu'lien he made a fine individual cfforl, 1'ark last nirtl to see the replayed 'Anderson anj I'.avins the "Bini-final for" the Scott Cup, between goalie at his mercy, but his shot was the Fragments and the Callies. The high, tue ball going over ihe bar lo i same was a good one to watch and al' the accompaniment Oi sroans from Great Liicrossc Game 1'rotll Uf gles.. Fiicl That Age Bows to same was a good though the Veterans won by a score ot two goal them to nil, Ihe Catlies gave run. and with more cf. WICHITA. Kans.. Aug. Joseph .Wllholt, outfielder ot ihe local Western League, club and who will go to the llostou Americans next month, yesler- day ended his. baiting slreak. in which be set a new world record by tattling safely in 63 consecutive games. The for- mer record of 45 consecutive games was made by Jack Mess, of Oakland, Calif., in 1515. Wit- holt, who formerly played with ihe Roston Nationals auii the .Vow.York Giants, in the C9 con-' tests prior to today was at bat 399 times mid secured 151 hits. His percentage was .505. lie oh- tained five home runs, eight triples, and 115 sin- In The Major Leagues AMERICAN NATIONAL feclivo jilay by their inside forwards :mijhl have lied the score. Several times they were in good scoring posi- tions, but Wilson had a habit ot doing ihs smrag thing. 'Irvdn, Knight and jicKarlane played a good game and the defence worked v.-oll, Mcllvenna, Williams, Easton' and Uougl as being in Iho picture 'all Ihe time. Fragments Start Strong The Vets went right a U'in at the outset, and early secured (heir liru goal 'margin.- Allan, Haniaiy Lin- j nlng and Robertson in the forward line were good, while .Jock- Shaw played Ms usual .sterling game. Anderson was a-hi'rd men Js.get past, and gave- _ one ol his lie t exhibition thi sei- soit showed up weir with j hisrsur'tw clean kicking, anrl Hunlop I his net clear with come. good .The-Vels hadvUio best-of the first half the opening staged." ShorllJ after tie VicJt off boib Knoi and tried :'Jheir luck. Charles saving the first and-tee second going over. Allan headed a good one in, an.} Charles toot a punch at the.ball, miss- ing it giving. the Vets their first goal; .The Callies were: aggressive for a while and "Duhlop .cleared twice, but for the mo t part the defence kept to meet x.rlh Lethbridge In the firaf. the date of j f) which has to he arranged. U-is c-vi- j dent p.n early start will have to be made if it Is to be played in the even- I Of course, if we wauled lo establish in" for the closing stages ot lastjM alibi, we would say it.iras a.caec nielli's game were played in "youth will be served." Hut as The suggestion has been made thai i alibis don't win lacrosse games, we the final be-played Wednesday next! will the ran Iho and Ibis will likely he adopted, pro- riding it meets with the approval of both teams. Ouniet and Evans Play PfTTSBURG. Ta., Aug. Brans, Jr... and Francis Oui- met were everi wheir the first IS holes-of. their 35-hoIe match in the second 'round of the aa-. tional amateur golf championship to: day at the Oakmpnt Country Ciuo. greater match was.ever played in tlie'amaleur championship than the first IS hole's the western and easlern stars. The megal' scores danger at a di tenet Just when (he of 73 for Evans, which is the par for Anderson Ihe course, and of 71. for Outract, in- fill Game on I'iftsburg Course ess off the Rolarians last night .and won. S !o 4. The boys were aided by Herb Skcitli. who refereed. He forgot his watcli and made that an excuse .for making the first quarter of the Kanio about_one hour and 15 minutes ilong. "There" never was a chance for illie Rotarians to win after that. The Juniors are developing a buncli l of young players here who will be heard from later. The Ttotarinns mostly sat on llio'bsnch and watched the fun. They turned out two lacrosse players, a lawyer, a banker, a jeweler, insurance man, an automobile crank and'a ncvvsiiapcr es> Inriians Take First CLEVELAND, Aus. Cleveland took the first camri of the series from Bostou-5 to 3, today. II C 2 5 10 5 Uhlo and Boston Cleveland Jones and Walters; Thomas. Detroit it Up DETROIT, Aug. bunch- EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKES OF BATTERIES CHARGED AtJd .REPAIRED All Work Guirintttd A Wrlltea Guarantee for a Year act) a 11 sit with Ken Bat- teries. J. D. THOMPSON Phone 1966 718 3rd S. cd hits In the first and eighth innings j Ciiency and Divide Double Header Philadelphia. Aug. abil Chicago divided u rlonble Leader today, Hie local; taking Hie first came, 10 to anO Chicago the second, 6 to 5, in 11 innings. First R. 11. E. Chicago............. 2 10 1 Philadelphia 10 13 0 Bailey, Ncwliirk und Killeler; j peeled to win'. The first quarter ended one all, with the Ancients all in. In the second spasm the youngsters notched a couple more and thought they had the game lucked away, but In the third stanza tic Rotarians rotated in fine style and notched three, putting them one up- .Callies looked like scoring sailed in-and Echt I. inning away. The, latter centred to RoberUon who beat dit'ates golf they. shot as they clnng to each .other orer-lhe the halves and backs-and crossing in difficult faifways. front of goal swung in 4 dand) cross Ouimef was leading one up at the shot wbicU heat Cnarle easth The i (ninth hole) and the players vent oul In 30, one under par ifor me lay "and was ordered lo bed. Pljys said thai he was suffering from poisoned, tonsils and that his back was exceedingly Tame, and he had caught cold today, Thfcfe was a triple lie for (he hest medal, at 158, between James S. Manfon, the public links golfer, from St. Louis; Davidson Merron, of Oak incnt, and Paul Tewfcesbury, of Aroni mink. Robert T. Jones, Jr.. of Atlanta fourth place with Brootlyn 1L P. Miller and Schmiat; Grimes anil 0. Miller. r Mechanical Garage Used cars bought and sold, General Repairing Corner 4th Avtnue and 3rd St. Cosy Roller Rtr.k, Phone 1190 INTERNATIONAL KirEt nj ncading Toronto Second ncading 2 Toronlo First Jersey City -.Second Jersey City -Uochesler First Baltlmorfl Buffalo Second Baitimoro Buffalo 4 S'ewark Binshampton Top Depot you need your, Auto Top re-covered or repaired, and _up-liolstcrlng come and 'tee THE LETHBRIDOE AUTO TOP DEPOT, Olh Street Neil to Herald Office. G. T, BLUNT, EXTEND FISHING CLAUSES PAHISrAug. Japan and the Ueglna WinTilpes Seconii Rugina i Winnipeg '.Moose Jaw J Saskatoon Russian government at Omak, U was earned today, have ar rangemeiita to extend Japaacsc fish ing rights provided for hy (he For a mouth ireaty, which settled the Rus war. The (felling clause c.x tired last MOTOR 11 GRAND GARAGE The Allen Jack Co., Ltd. 2nd Avf.', opp Litfibrlifgf HtUI THE HOME OF THE CHEVROLET Just Optnti on Main 3lreet TOURISTS' INFORMATION BUREAU HEADQUARTERS, ALBERTA MOTOR LEAGUE Plenty of (loom, Modern Convenlencee, CoiirlcoJs Trealincnlj Kxpcrt Mechanics. A Full Line of Service Station Serrfco Station for tho famous K-W Magnetos, .FuH'ildck of ,part3 carried. Magnetos of all tnakcs repaired, M AGNET8 .RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. 518 4th Avenue loulh PHONE LADIES' REST ROOM Aulo Livery lo Ihe Waterton Glacier Parhs At Your ;