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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAOKSlX THE I.ETHBR1DGE [BRINGING UP FATHER SATURDAY, AUGUSTS, 192U By G! McManus (.1NTIU Hat and Lethbriage Rotary Stage Double Header on We 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 GRILL C. E. MOORE, MGR. Corner Fourth Ave. and Fifth 81. BASEBALL Major Minors Results and Uague firA Games For Home I.sfhbridge Team Will Be Strong Aggregation Lethbrldge'fans are due to see of classiest baseball of the season during tht coming week. tit-bit will'be 'the Leihbrldgc'end of the Rotary ehampi'inshlp .of .will beJstaged .on. WedhesdayJaf- terndoti'at Eckstorm Park, When WSHELffTOfWEM I BY PICK .309: Duncan. Cincinnati, ,'J Chicago. Sister Now 'Leeds Choree Sisler, SI-.- Louis' slar first baseman, has iicen having a great j lime with the stick during the past i week, and as a result lias dethroned i Tris ;5peakeiv manager Qt the Clove- )p... landfltidjnns, iiiAnc American ur i for Ihe leadership among players i who have'participated In 50 or mprciS.: i games. Sisler i, .408. an In-1 Hack.} NATIONAL LEAGUE Cincinnati Brooklyn New York Pittsburg uls Team Standings' Won Lost. Good- Exhibition Game Staged Wits -Slightly Off On His Decisions 63 C3 GO 5C 50 ol 53 50. 60 5S CO Qullo a of fails lunied 'otit Ir.sl nijlu fi witness the jfracas staged liciwcc-n the Lethbridge Pet. I All Stars siiil a' travelling under .SiTjtliB name of hut! .558 which was really tile fltV. of rest i X c f. .Ml of the league, -tilth Hill -oil Hitching, it 'was a .491 Jlulhothnd afiair with- lots of good'ailil sonic iuJ ball dished BROKE ANTWERP. Aug K. Kpss of Chicago, broke two pole vault records in Hie st'V- enlli Olympiad cohlesls here v 'today. After winiiin? fiist place hi the final of the pole vault event, Foss continued up- v Vvard and eventually cleared '.4.9 hieires (13 feet r. 1-S Inch-- "esj which is both z new Olyni- "pic and world's record. MAYS WILL PITCH SOON NRW YORK, Aug. ler HuggiiiG, manager of the Xesv York AuierlL-ati league baseball team, 'said today lhal Carl. Slays, pitcher: would be used in tlio serk's with troit here lliis litter- noon, "provided lie feels equal to altenv.Jtiiis any baseball wltliin the next fciv days." Mays was reported yesterday to be suffering from a nervous breakdown, following-the ac- cident here last Monday when lie threw the ball (tint fatally injured Kay Chapman, Cleve- land shortstop. .ship of Alberta. These are the Medicine Hat -and, crews, and they will.' stage the Lethbrfdge end of the series' of home and home.double headers to decide the winners on Wednesday. Tom. Ridpath, manager of'the' Lethbfidgc notiflafiv- has'built Up a classy aggregation bf.young- tters during the he high hopes of team .'-'.will be slightly "diHtrent" from that which has been playing" itfor the reason that the rules gov- '.erning the cup stipulate Yhfil all [players shall be 20 year; of age ;or under. This will bar a'-cou'ple the Lethbridge they Shave filled up with'other L'efh- bridge players for the occasion. ,_Vic. Gillies, Wilie and Ferko are fall back in the tlty after the sum- pier's work and are eligible..Wilie J is a star catcher white Gillies can hold down third like a veteran, JFerko Is a tower of strength-In outfield. The pitching de- jpartment will be composed of and Prcndergast, left and Wade Rldonth, who from the'right side. The first ganie will be called 'at ...2.50 and the second at 5.30. (I- it ..'j-j holiday afternoon, and ithat Vshould be .the signal .for: a. The local Rotes have been (.drawing big all. Etajon, and the., ifans will surely be out to see Uhem trim, thtir ancient enemies' tfrom has beeirincreased to 303 bases atfd us he "has counted Jiice of Washington continued to set the paco among- bate stealers with total of-45vuaBee, two ot them Tvhich were'addeji rtuffii'g'the week. I Ty CobV. -Detroit's star, -who show- ed signs of climbing ntnons the lead- ing bailers, has not1 kept up the pace he' set a .couple .of ago. He is jbitttag .S12 .Vitli .341 ;'a 3.' Score: R. .....i. 3 ,V) Mitchell, Jiohart.JUller and Taylor; Luquo, Fisher Cubs Trjm ICIanU Will Play on Wed. Will Stack Up Against a Picked Team From Ueniaimter of Called For .p.m. Other E. Collins. Chicago, .351; Meusei. York, .350; Rice, Washington, Jacobson, St. Louis, .342; Hen' drir, Boston. .335; Jamleson, Cleve- land. ;.Weaver, Chicago, Milan, S. O'Nell; 'Cleveland, .326; Chicago, .325; Judge, Washington, .323. Run" Baker May Soon Be Back In Yankee Lineup from New York In Ihe first game o the series today 5.to 1. ri.'ll. New York 1 '5 'lo' The runs were ilfar and they not.been ,to-the Stars on a Oliver platter Ihe C.- C.'s would I .There.was Uali, trnd botli :Seaman v.-cll. is strikeouts. J. vthilo- Steve 0.. -.m-ir. Denton, Douglas.' Winters 'and Smith; Alexander and O'Farrell. St. Louis Wins 'iThtf C. C.'s c-jbinni 4 tY .ujuiiii KaniE, ing frofti' behiifj "Khfin1. the score .Alls Can ad- Ian dates for the United, JStaUjs.ymr (it .tlic inucgnili coining over to play a matches 'with teams from :New York. Philadelphia, :and cities, have heen _ _ .It their skill against tho hest. .football team'that can bo picked from the remainder of the league. Tliia is a friendly, game and as tho Keds have not.been on the now.fnr some (line a good croivil ipuld.'turn out to ECC theiii.. -The FraBGieiits nviil be iiltled against Mclntyre, goal Clark, caplain and right tacit (Min- YOU'LL L1K.E THESE HOSE Bxlra strenstb. .where streugth. is necessary; .citra .iiiie.. fiulah and appearance where. aiipear.- anea counts; that's tUc way-voii liku to have your ,hoso..antl tliat's the way these are made. 1'itk up u run your liand over tlieoi..YQU'll.llko tlio fine soft They feel Just as soft and soqtlijisg ou-thc feet. From 50c upi Bert MEN'S SHOP-- Home -of 20th Century .Clothing ALEXANDRA -HOTEL'-' BLOCK ON THE' CORNER-' SIX HUNDRED TRAP' SHOTS FOR' CLEVELAND LOUIS Aug. 20.-St. Louis Wl [regulars !u" YoTtiic' bll Oeschger bard wen the op- teams, to cone A J It L uneldwork enins game of tho serica from Bos- wonldih l.urf the nr hadly.in1 to 0 (The itinerary ot the British team Uo .Kotr n was tho Been made public C. dial- j "erton, DIB hitter svitli f, doiinls trinin. i leneer. chairman of tho stainn iBinndjleft half Westley, outside 'right A. Earl, inside right 3 i.nc UCUIL jiuuiic u> r.ugur .ritli f, doiliils triple, i lenger, chairman Of the Staten Island) It was a good practice gam'e'for the Cricket and Tennis is in j announced, Milner, left Ijnck. (C. P. R.l: learn has i Campbell, right half Hoi- celltre imif Pink, ft. II. E. ton 6 to 4. Score: Boston St. Louis..___ OeEChg'er, Filllngim Doakj 'Goodwin ClcniDns. AMERICAN LEAGUE ert tlnus three infield errors let m two runs and O'Neill; Cleveland Says He Would'Like To Help NVw'fork Yanks (o Win Flag This .'St. Lo'uls Tea.m Standings Won. I.oat. 72 -It HIIIGIIEBALL NEW. YORK, Aug. .Run" Baker may. be with the New York Americans soon. Baker, It Is announced today, may be back on the strength of the Yankees, according to Ool. Houston. Baker witnessed the game against Cleve- land and said: like to help win the championship for the is, if I Washington Detroit...... Philadelphia CO 70 Pet. .637 ..633 .019 .405 .-Kit .450 .379 .315 LTicKei anu Tennis wno is tounusj; A. insiuc right charge of arrangements for the inter-' L'-K Tennant, centre L. national maislies. A 'preliminary A. left (G. P. schedule was previously announced, Uestwick, outside left (C. P. H.) White Sox Take Two Heads National Buf 'jSisler Noses Speaker Out in American CHICAGO, lAiig. In the- national League who laBt week were laaders.in tliolr siiecialltlea, c.ontinu.ed to SDL the pice, accorrllng 'to averages released today, which include games of Wednesday. Ttoger I lorn shy. Ihe Si: Louis'star, Mo topped the list pf.iiatterfi nhiy-' Ing in DO or more games a AvecX rmh an average of retained the eatae marlv. tilthougii lie nlayct! 'in 3lghl games iluring Uic week How- svcr, he increased die Ir-ad in miat ba.sea to 215, on 102 hits, which In- Bliide 32 doubles. IT, trlulcs nnrt 1 bofiiere. Eayres, ot Uosiuti. alilmugh urDjlpjNc tiiiiio jiuiriis, fo runner-up with while Mclioijon at. Filtshurg stepped in fron: Rousch of Cincinnati for ttilrd place Kith a mark of .341. The Cincinnati outfielder Jvo points for an average of PHILATJELPHIA. Aug. took a double header from Philadel- phia 7 to 4 and nine to nothing. With two out In the Philadelphia half of tho nintb inning of the second game, the bleachers crowd swarmed on the fiolil. thinking a foul grounder 'had! ,1 Sea'nitiii, I C. C.- !i3 Turcotlp. rf O'Connor, c Mulholland. i Boucher. 21> McKIIlop. rf 30 5 S 27 AB 11 H PO 5012 5 0 ft 4117 1 H 1 1 J. Rea man, 3i Hums, c.t 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 services KDre. here today for. Cha'prrian, shortstop of the Cleveland American league team, who died In Neiv Y.ork Tuesrlas- morning, following an operation ;fnr a fractured skull, sustained-in' Monday's New York-Cleveland ijahic. More than 301) floral offerings were Bent by; frlonrls.i.arfioiig them being an immense: floral blanket, ri tribute from woman and cliitrjren, who Minlrlhiifed !0 cents each to a "flower from x fan" fund, each dime to buy nno finn-er. hy It II S All St Coliimlnis Club. Summary: Tlirce-llaie 'hits, O'Co ended 1he game. Thn-fans retusod to leave the field and the game was forfeited to Chicago. The actual score was 5 lo 2 In favor of Chiraso. First game: H K I two-base hits. Mulhol Boucher. Snow; stolen bases (.rcQii. fludson Huif; sacrifice hit .Morrison: sacrifice fly, Snow, McKII. struck out. by Mitlhol- -y Seaman 11; -liases on Chicago 1'hilailclphla i Fatipr and Schnlk: Harris, and Perkins. Second game: R. Chicago 1'hlladelphla Kerr and Schalk; I'iirry and Per. by Schweitzer by Mulholland; earne C''9 3 hut it was iihar.doncd in order that tho English cricketQl-s might have an opportunity of seeipy more of Uncle Sam's domain, instead of hurrying through their games and going liack homo. The Icpjniti team will arrive on the .VArotiia- on Aug. 27 or 28. Their New. York date at Livingston. Slalen Island, lias been definitely fixed for Wednesday, and Thursday, September 0 L'2 and 'S3. The New York Halifax 0-j Gnp, team swill have badia.OKy'K game' 3., 0 ..with Ihe visitors on Wednesday, Sept.! ]S. at Haverford, Pa. A thoroughly 6 representative team will bo selected I-1 hy the Staten Island Chili's committee 0 for the match at Livingston, which la 1 expected to he (he banner feature of) I the entire series. I The complete FchGslulo for Ihe vis-: itors, as revised, is as follows: August 3i and September. 1. Frank-' ford C. C.. at SI. Martins, ia; September 3 and 1, Philadelphia C. C.. at St. Marlins, Philadelphia; September 6 and 7. Morion C. C. at j.; Harorford.'Pa.; September S. New 'C [York Halifax Cup (cam at Haverford, -'Pa.: Scpleinijcr 10. fi and Philadelphia at Haverford. Pa.; Sen-. teniDcr n and 15. Gcrmantown I C. at Mannheim. Philadelphia; Sep-j lemher 17, IS and 20. All-Philadelphia Mannheim, Saptem her 23 and Nev: York at Uvingii- ton, Stuten Island.' _ ''I __ (liy Canadian i list! of Regular. annual cap, which will he decided lioiq'.. August namos'of trapqliqolcrs from.ali' .parts, of the Xorlh Anicrican All Ihe members .of tl'.Q Canadian Olympic team are among the entries received. St. [.mils-Washington, tivo games, po.--tponerl. rain. Cleveland-Boston, postponeil, Chan man funeral. PACIFECOAST Vr-rnon 3. Kenitlc 1. Harivimnnln I. Los Anguks -i, Salt Lake 0, San Kranclsco 1 Oakland II, Portland 2. 2 BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES FOR CAMPBELL, WILSON ANO HORNE CUP, EMBLEMATIC OF THE ROTARY CHAMPIONSHIP OF ALBERTA MEDICINE. HAT ROTARIANS 1919 Intermediate Champions of Alberta, vs. LETHBRIDGE ROTARIANS Runncrs-up of Lethbrldse City League flitemoon, flyg. 25th AT ECKSTORM PARK Charles Oap'pel. u Hockaw.iy life-saver, is oarninj; his wages lit: saved 'twenty-one'persons from drown- ing on a recent 'Sunday and Monday. K. C.'s'GET PAT SCOTT KANSAS CITY. A up. Scott ol Hie Vancouver 'club of tne Pacific International League has been pur- py Williams, the I'hiladclnhla o-at- Sefder, failed to swell his home run total of 13. Max Carey ol Pitlshnrs legotlaied four stolen hasctv and is the way Other leading hatters: Stock, St. Louis, .326: Williams Philadelphia, .322; Young, Xcsv York] B2I; Konetchy, Brooklyn, .321; Hoi- St. Paul 2. l-olcrlo 3. K'.-iarp.? City 7, Indianapolis 2, Milwaukee n. Louisville C. (Xo others ELGIN RACE POSTPONED KLOIN-, His., Aug. 21.-The Elgin national auto road race scheduled to IthE'miJ' r00? (tli.5 morning. on account !M rain. announced that the id (his morning hart 'Mher, Chicago, .318; King, New York, INTERNATIONAL lialllmore- 6, Toronto 2. Heading .1. Buffalo 4. City 7, Hochcator 4. Syracuse 3, Akron'7. WESTERN CANADA At 3. Calgary 6. At Edmonton -Winnipeg 1. Edmon- ton 0. At game: Win- pec 4; 3. VS...... At Mooto 0, .Voose Jaw v Service SlaVoD fi ious nati.mal Olymnlc'c'o'nTmittees "to "ijollsh the marathon.jace as the Tea- turf.' of fm-ihpr Olympiads. U Is clriniicil [his race 13 not humane, ?nd n in'tillon to ihis effect will hn prc- to life International committee tonight. Spon-ors for Ihe movement, wrmld piihslllulc a (about I Is miles) race. I have hecn completed for the marathon'classic which he run olf lomorrcfW.-' .Members of the Belgian Olympic committee sought lo K-uire a change In the rules so as to permit runners to secnre re- frfshmcnlK as light soup, during he great nrdeal. tjiii ihc committee lias ruled thai tho men will ho per- receive ..only, ycatot- .rrho roiiln.will hr, Belgian' sc-il and will be closed lo all ljul pjnclfll Qiotor tai'3 duriQK lliy race, i .lho famoir, nwkei p( geacralors. colls re piiirc'ti. I" 'ill stork o.' repair parts car- i Ait worit Ru.ii'anteed. MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. 518 4th Avenue South PHONS 735 PHONE 666 NEW "ARROW" SHIRTS, fust Arr'wed Tlic price is ;is reinarkiilil'j as the Not Just Shirts But SHIRTS at You ran at this reasonable cost buy ono ol the most desirable shirts on the market nl a price that'll m.iko ring just us true as any ever cpont before the war. Come in and see these new arrivals, LOUIS KEEL SHOP OF FASHION CflAPT CLOTHES ANO TUB FLOnSl'lBIM SHOE 31.fJCK ,4 31SHFTHST -liOFIF.Tii ST.REET..... ;