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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta x PAGE SIX THK LETHBMDCiK OAILT HERMJ) SATURDAY. AUGUST 23, UP FATHER11 By G. Me Mamw I'LU roci_ TONICHT I'LL THE THROUGH THE LIVERY We Meet All Train. KcsplUI Calli. Phones 428, 369, 1556 Special Kales on Country Trips SPENCE BROS. Lethbridje, Altl. The Sport Page f Ul I'l I I II "w I Tonight at 6.15 at Eckstorm Park the local intermediates will stack up agakist Ihe Macleod in- termediate crew, Rldpath wtll be tht locals' twirler while Pren- dergart Is expected to do the heavy work lor the visitors. Turn out and encourage the boys who are planning on bring- ing the Medicine Hat Rotary team, an intermediate organiza- tion, here won. SCOTT CUP FINAL I PLAY-OFF The final will be played on Wednesday next at Adams Park, kicking oft at 6.15 sharp. This game will be a hummer. as everyone knows the calibre and record of both the Vets aud the Northsiders. The ,City Leasue is preparing for a crowd equal to that on the occa- s'dii. of Calgary's visit, when Adams Park held its record crowd. Keep Wednesday eve- ning open. Teams and further particulars later, r IENIBEIIER Results In .Big American Tour- ney Prove the Truth of This In The Major Leagues NATIONAL Cincinnati New Vork Chicago I'U'-sburg Drooktyn Boston St. IjOuts Philadelphia Won. 75 RT 5S 51 51 39 as Lost. 34 54 P.O. .661 AMERICAN EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKES OF BATTEHIES CHARGED AND REPAIRED All Work A Written Guarantee for Tear and a Halt with terlos. J. D. THOMPSON phone 1966 7it Srd Ave. 5. Chicago .639 Detroit .Cleveland .485 St. Louis 477 iNew York .398 .Boston Washington .36'.' Philadelphia I Report! of the play from In? ean'crn jlenuis tournaments in wliicli all the i American stars are takiiig part fore- idows a cbange in style among the. shai WIN'XIPEC, Aug. Mot! has secured ihe services of Pitcher Ilennicin from the Brooklyn club la take the place of Heath in the cham- pionship series with" Saskatoon which Since the days of the will of en next week, most likely at i McUughlin glory pace, hard overhead -A.- hi have of all only GOLF pton. ;ar. the tireless Jap. because he took out of himself ill futile Giants Keep Up NEW YORK, Aug. York 04 ill P.O. .fill' .ws .5S1 .f.32 .458 James Did It CHICAGO. Alls. Hill JaoiM. made it four straight from St. Louis I recently obtained' from Boston, en- by winning today's same. to 6. 11 91. Louis New York SherdeU and demons; Dubuc, Wl Sliaw in a pitching battle today 3 ana Chicago made a clean sweep of (ers and Gouzales. S 4 Hie serk-s with Washiugton by shut- i'ln-1 tins out the visitors. 3 to ft RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS Get your Next Retread Done By Us. SECTIONAL AND BROKEN BEADS OUR SPECIALTY Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works 712 Third Avenue South PHONE 1664 Easy for Leaders CIN'CIXN'ATI, Auc. made it three straight for the series loday, winning 7 to 4. Cincinnati............. 7 11 5 Boston 4 11 1 1 hj Unudson of Claresholm Likely ji To Be On Mound Monday 'Evening' f 't', As a SflttinB to the match, a heavy tbimderitorm burit over: players and King, Ellcrand Wingo; itudolph and Gowdy. Cub Swatf-st PHILADELPHIA, Aug. hit Smith and .Murray for IS singles Washington I Chicago Shaiv anil Picinich; SchaSk. Cleveland Tn Marathon CLEVELAND. AUG. defeated Boston in a long drawn eut game. 10 to 10 is 'espert had squared too contest on hin Uie.'home green- and thevtwo-cxlm than likely that- ,....hi? nburiuE clssh with the B.C, champs on Monday evening at Eckstorm Park. Knudsan is cne of the handiest f lingers of the Alberta League 'a strike eut recoro' Walter Johnson''in his palmiest days. Stone Is due to do the receiving, while Livingstone, V. Gillts, Shorty Munro, and Joe Gillls will make up tne Infield. A trio of swat artists will be picked for the outfield and altogether the boys from the big timbers are due to bump into a hard aggregation. It will be a gsme well worth sec- Ing and the fans should be out in force. It Is likely the start will bfl a little earlier than usual, 1 probably 6.15. lg __.....__________ id gallery lo the skin. It was (be second heavy storm of the day, and as a result the course was badly slowed up, both greens and fairways being dead, which conditions were in the play of all' the golfei si participating In the third rouud. Compartfl .-rvith his work of Wednesday against Evans, Oui met's nlay fell off badly, but it doubtful 1i Uiis was due as much weather and.course conditions as ?he natural reaction following the strain of yesterday's'match. Ouimet's stroke score.this afternoon was 170 for 33 toady, winning 10 to Chicago Philadelphia....... Alexander and Klllotcr; Murray, mith and Trasessor. (Only three National fames ulcd. Boston Cleveland Pennock. McGraw 7 13 5 10 9 I anil Walters: SOUTHAMPTON. N- V., Ails. William B. U.ivis. of San Francisco, defeated Xonnan "E. Brookes, Aus- tralian tennis slar. in the semi-finals round o! tlie Meadow Club's cuy men's singles here toiiav. The scores: Meadow Club cup men's singles, semi-Iioals round: Charles S. Garland, jr., Pittaburg, defeated I.yle IJ. Mahaa. New York, 6-1, 0-2. William CATCHER SCHALK SETS NEW MARK Schalk catcher for the Chicago American league, on Monday set a new mark when he went behind the plate In'his team's game With Philadelphia. It -was .the 300th same he bad caught this season, and marked the "seventh conaetutlve-sea- son that he has accomplished this un> usual feat Schalh's. nearest rival was George former catcher of the Pi burg Nationals, who caught 100 games for sir seasons, but not consecutively. E. Davis, San. Francisco, defeated E. Brookes, Australia, 7-9, G-l, H-I2. Myadow Club cup men's doubles, third round: Robert' Lyudley JIurray anS Dean defeated Walter .Merrill Hall and Beekman, 6-0, 7-5. Ill tii-s semi-final .rnurid ot the Meadon- Club men's doubles, ._ Wi'llum T TlWen. II. Siid Charles holes, as comparea with IoO aga.ns, Garland, jr., defeated Robert Llml- champion M aud Dean liathey, 'j-1. Kvans, .under far more-'farorable play- 6 3 ing Ouimet was in trouble virtually all day, 'taktijgT.85 for both tho raorning .nrt afternoon of 18 lioles each. He was particularly bad in his drires, the ball repeatedly finding pits the. rough, aud but for some markabte recoveries on Ills' second ]v shot, be would not have been able to j carry the match along to the extreme recorded. Almost every second drive resulted in.u'.slice or a the tee a'case of just one after-another. To top his troubles, he fell off in: lost chances .'to win holes by failing on .cbmparafIvely easy. nuis. T Platl. while not playing particularly brilliant goK.was extremely steady and made every a champion player before was heard of. aud that he is still al- most us good now -as he ever was He Is furthermore not of a robust con stitnlion. Many of the American cracks who played considerable In France England during the ivnr have seen the now light and are attempting to dc vclop their to, the place where they are tlependable at the sacrifice of some speed. Service is still considered essenlia' however, 'to a strong game, but mor variety is being introduced into lha department of the game, and a class player most have at least dependable combined wit accuracy, to get by. Atter K Inng controversy, il has bee settled that the correct position fo the member of a doubles team who not striking out is a-foot or two in side Ihe service line. In case of poor return or a short lob the ma nearest the net runs in and his par Her goes bac'n, reverting to tlie o' up ami one back gaitio. In a good return both men close lo tin net and rely on their volleying an BOY WONDER TWO DOWN smashing to win the point. I 10. IJrookes, perhaps II greatest volleyer of all time, shorten his grip when volleying, and this sj tum may tie helpful to playe v.lio liai-e difficulty In handling v leys accurately. 18 CubB tfas inado a careful study ot Yankees Win 10 batters since joining the Nation-] sl- .1 bitterly Of course, llio new onos ho ;foujlt 4vcw York triumphed asu'l had time to figuri (Jut. TheiovcrSL Idcr'batters-of the league, however. odd game of the srjrirjK "ic'.ld by; re-all'carefully catalogued In moved back lo rtflli itchor's mind. He knows llic suppos- (1 of every oho of f hem vork ___'.......... 6 11 0 ml continaally pilches to Uiclr weak- st_ S3 ess. That isn't lo say. ot course. jinys liannah; Davenport, I'lTTSBUKG, Pa., Aus. 5. Davidson Herron Icri Jones bv two hcies when tlioy bad completed ttit; first nirie in the final round for the national amateur, golf championship: Cards: Jones J 4 I 5 f, 3 1 Herron. 4 51 3 3 4 sche- VAUGHN FEARS WHEAT Jim Vaughn of Bagby, Morloli and O'Neill. Detroit Again D15TKOIT. Aug. wild throw over first In un effort to catcli lEtnllh gave Detroit tlie winning run and the game, 4 to in the lull inning, making a clean sweep of the series for the locals. !3 2 Detroit 4 9 'i Ktnncy McAvoy; llolaud and Aln'c-milli. GASOLINE OILS AND GREASE FREE AIR TIRE AND TUBE REPAIRS Vulcanizing Ellison Mills lat every ball is pitched to tho bal- er's weakness. If this EO the would always know what was Stacker aliil Sovureld. Dicing aud In time Ini would break! iniself of this weakness. But it does] ollow that the plicher always alma Eivo the batter nothing 'thai Pf (OTIC COAST HAVE YOUR RADIATOR Bush, ANDiY THE RADIATOR 418 Fifth St. S. 0] In certain Toronto railroad circles there is a feeling thai unless the wages of some of tlie-nicn are increas- a strike will be called during ex- CONVENTION OF C.P.R. 6'OCIAU AND.ATHLETIC CLUBS Delegates representing some fonr Ihousand memberft of the C.P-U. Social and Athletic, Clubs met at .Winnipeg or Uielr first annual convention tbte j Among the matters of interest' rUscussed were llic ox tension .'of the tTuba' social acd athletic activitiys, he stantlartiizaUon of Ihe clubs' el- forla, sporting1 competitions, etc. The delegates are the guests ol the Win- nipeg club and are "being right royal- ly Entertained. They are being shown the sights of. the city and the sur- rounding country by rnoior trips, and are to he given a banquet at the close of the sessions tonighl. The social ami athletic club move- ments among the employees of the Canadian Pacific Railway got well under way last winter, when clubs were organized at all the large points of Ihe company's system from WInnt peg lo ihe coast As a result of Ihls convention, which ia lo become an annual affair, and which Is lo he hold at different (joints 'each year, the movement will receive 'a genera! im- petus throughout Canada. TIRES TIRE SERVICE COMPANY SECOND AVENUE OPPOSITE FIRE HALL eally wants anil in Ihe main; to give} ilm balls that lie is known to find dirticulty in meeting safely. In tell--ng of his experiences 'With the balers Vaughn says: "The pitcher will always find some jstters who lake kindly to tho best ]o can givo them. And ho learns to respect Iheao batters and to dread to deo them at tho plalo with men on basos. I bclicvo the bailor t most In this league! is Xudi Wlirnl. lie is ft left handed bader ami nol supposed lo bo good against port, sitlers like niyficlf, but I know of no one (hat I dlsliko'vto-sce at bat more llian Wlioal." Salt Son Francisco Sacramento Angeles I Vernon Portland iViecaar.icai Garage Used cars bouglit and. sold.-General Repairing Corner 4th Avenue and 3rd St. Cosy Roller Rink. Phone' 1190 5 Toronto Heading j.-- lliilfalo .i NewarV: Rochester Top Depot If you need your Auto Top re-covered or repaired, and up-bolstering done, cotno and gee THE LETHBmOGE AUTO TOP DEPOT; Oth Street Next to Herald 0. T. PROP. D. J. Taylor, a [armcr, of Wiarlon. was nominated as Joint U. F. A. and Labor candidate for North Gray (or tho Ontario __ ROOSA I TRANSFER Furniture and Baggage of All Kinds, We cell Wood, C.O.D. Safiaagc Day and Night Service to all parts of the City. Office, 922 2nd Ave. S. Phone .CANADA K. Moose Jaw (Only one same nlnycd.) MOTOR CARS apr'licatlor.B tor divorce are now pending in Ihe supreme court In "Edmonton. .01 these .fifteen have 'been brought )ij- husbands ami the re-malnlnK nine by Ii GRAND GARAGE TRACTORS WELDING Men Jack Co., Ltd. 2nd Avf., opp. Lethbrldgt Hottl Phone 1M4 THE HOME OF CHEVROLET Just Op tried on Main Strett TOURISTS' INFORMATION BUREAU HEADQUARTERS, ALBERTA MOTOR LEAGUE Plenty ol Room, Modern Courteous Treatment, -Expert Mechanics. A Full Line of Service Station Rervlco Station for the fanoug K-W l.lagnetoa. Full stock of parts carried. MngnttOs of ill makes' repaired. MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. 618 4th Avenue South PHONE LADIES' REST ROOM Auto Livery to the Water-ton and Glacier Parks Always At Your ;