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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LRTHBRTBGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY, AUGUST 23, 1921 McManus BRINGING UP FATHER If it is possible to obtain it. I DOIN'T S OHL.-V THE PLACE A TELL THE HEAD- I VWTE1R TO COME HERE THl-b HAtsH? The experience and ab- ility of an expert chef is at our service. You will approve cut- prices. SILVER GRILL C. E. MOORE. MGR. Corner Fourth Ave. and Fifth 81 Uona! league In pitching last year, and who has shown the way so often to. the pitchers In his k'ajne In other BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. New York 10 Ehmke. Oldtam, Ayers aud Stan-, age: Quiiin. Thormhlen, Shore, Shaw- evened up the four-game series with key and Hucl. Easy For Chicago the champions by winning today WASHINGTON, Aug. to turee. buuched hits to Jay and easily defeat-: _ Score-: It. II. ed Washington 8 to f. R. II. E. S 13 1 4 10 2 Ericfcscn, Score: Chfcaao Washington Williams and Si-talk; Courtney and Gharrity. (Only Dailies Brooklyn 6 S 0 Cincinnati 3 S 1 Cadore. Mannnaux Me! Miller; Ring Fisher, Napier and W'uigo. Giants Wfn In 11th. CHICAGO. Aug. seasons, promises to have a greater record this year than over before. Alexander Going Strong Starting off this season as though he" was going to fceat all pitching for consecutive victories, lie won eight games straight AMERICAN LEAGUE Ttam Standings Won. Lost. NATIONAL LEAGUE weakened in the llth inning toJay aud .s'ew York won 4 to 1. Score: U. H. K. and It looked as though he was going to keep on win- but )ust then an accident hap- YaiiKlm; pened and ho was beaten in a close 2 to 1 contest. Baxter Sparks, pitching for the Yazoo City team in the Delta (later lithe Cotton States) league, established ANTWERP, Aug. decis- Ions In the boxing preliminaries which Pet.: fcilional League Leadership Is' Too Close to Make Esiimate Chicago Cleveland i New York JSt. Louis i. 1 Boston 76 43 43 47 .633 .028 Cincinnati Team Standings Won. Lost. Brooklyn 63 C5 New York....... C2 Piltsburg........ 57 Chicago St. T [New York............. 4 10 I Chicago 1 4 3a world's record tor consecutive pitch- j ended after mldufsht. evoked loud Toney and Snyder. Gouzales; victories In 1SO-I. when he won'21 j jeers'aud dissenting cries from the straight. I United States- spectators present, ..The major league pitching record which others among tho crowd sought Is 19 straight, established by Tim j to drovv uwith hisses and booing. The Keefe iu 13SS while with the Giants. uproar continued for several minutes mid tied In 1912 by Kube Marquard, 110 wlu, and booing. The Pet. Vaughn and O'Farrell, St. Louis Wins All Four >651 'ST. LOUIS, Aug. Louis a clean sweep of a four-game with by ..winning a double header today 3 to 2 and 11 to who was then with the Giants. Americans present walking out. Most a; 5 fil the liirce !eidiag National: 1-oiga- tc.-tis a floso race down. to September fjj expected Batteries Cicotte yesterday hrougti a virtual lie v.-Hli Acosta and Gharrity. Cincinnati fur first place by _____ ibe Reds'and even the; Boston Takes 'Em Bolh. four game st-rles. Ntw York, two' jjosTON, Aug. shul out will start a aeries with I Cleveland to a double-header, win- 11. n. K. B 10 i 2 U 0 ond Sdialk, i when Brooklyn scored were out. Score: Brooklyn Cincinnati Batte a rqua rd EHer, Bailee and Allen. nexi Friday. I 1 to 0 and 4 to 0. In the first Tun. Americans out-play-: gamc Cleveland made only three lilt's, cj Sew Yorh Ust wack but dropped; Hoyt and Pcnnock pitching tffeclive- two SMici to Boston. Chapman's ly.- Wood had charge of the Clove- death apparently has aft'-cied the bat.-: team In the absence of Manager tins tf the-Indians rclio have been 1 speaker, who was reported as 1m- leadius the league with an and' planntug to leave Cleve- .team arerage of u-ore than After j ]anj ttimorroiv.. to take part In the Jlontoy's they batted only. double-header 'Monday 'in Boston. .-..rale of .146. The Yankees also tho Scott made a !.i h vas unable to do-better limn break last week and despite strong is making no tbrcal of re- entering His struggle for the league leadership. Tho tail-end Philadel- had a balance on the winning sido during tho "week for the' first liino since early June. anil MogrWge were hit hard, while Dauss was a puzzle to the Yankees, except in the. last two tu- nings. Score: R. II. E Detroit............... 10 12 0 S. sugar Imports for fiscal year were pounds as against exports of pounds. Nfew York- 8 and Slanage; Col Ilns. Mogrldgo, McGraw and Ruel, Hoffman. SUNDAY GAMES Detroit Beats Yanks. YORK, Aug. made It two straight, from New York today, II to 9. Score: R, If. E. Detroit 11 17 1 ness, coupled with heavy hitting by Xew York In the last two innings, en- abled New York to win today S to 3. Score: R. ,H. E. New York ___........ S 12 3! Chicago.............. 3 S 3 and Snyder; Tyler and Daley. St. Louis Trims Boston ST. LOUIS, Aug. St. Louis Bounded Watson.and Fillingrlnr hard :oday and defeated Boston, C to 4. Haloes, after being hit freely, gave way to a pinch hitter and KIrchcr. n recruit, finished the game and held tho visitors scoreless. Score: It. H. E. Boston 4 12 1 St. Louis.............. C .11 3 FIlHgim and O'Nelli; Haines, Kircher and Dil- hocfer, demons. Pittsburg and Phillies Split PITTSBURG, Fa.. Aug. burg anil Philadelphia divided a (loubleheadcr, the visitors winning the first, 3 to 1, and the home team the second. to 0. In the first game Philadelphia bunched hits off Ccopcr In tho third and fourth innings, scor-i ing two runs on five hits. Adams I was invincible in the second Philadelphia being held scoreless. First game: R. H, E. Philadelphia 3 7 2 Pittsburg 1 i) 2 and Wheat; Coop- er and HaefTner. Second game: R. H. E. Philadelphia 0 C 0 Pitlsburg 5 10 U and Tragresser; Adams and Schmidt. PACIFIC COAST Seattle 4-11, Vernoti 0-0. l.os Angeles l-4r Sacramento 0-1. San Francisco 1-3. Salt Lako 3-4. Portland 4-0, Oakland 5-4.' AMERICAN ASSOCIATION St. Paul Toledo' Kansas City 5-3, Indianapolis 10-6. Minneapolis 3-4. Columbus 2-0. Milwaukee 2-0, Louisville 5-4. WESTERN CANADA At 5-S; Calgary 9-8. At 0-6, Ed- monton 3-2. At 'Jaw 3-2; Sas- katoon 2-Z; second game callej end of 7th to catch train. betweeiii Waller Johnson auj JOB Wood. Each has a string of 16 to hia cred- it, and, peculiarly enough, both made I the re'cord in ]912. 1 Johnson began his streak on July 3 und ended it on 23; Wood started July S aud was stopped Sep- tember IS. Here are some records in the pitch- ing departments lor games: First no-hit, no-run, no man reached "irst by J. L. Rlcluapnd f the Worcester Nationals against Cleveland oh July 12; Greatest no-hit game on 'Itched by Fred Toney, now. with New York, while with Winchester In Blue Grass League.- On May 16, ie held the Lexington. Ky., hit-1 ess and runless for seventeen his team winning 1 to 0. Thirteen Brook- lyn vs. Pittsburg, August 1, 1900; woo. for the Money TORONTO, -Aug. case: of disorderly conduct by players in the Toronto and district soccer leagu have occurred and a'number of ser ious oases were adder! In the garnet Saturday. C. Estate, who tt'as referee- MIS. fng the game between the Swansea Belgian, was awavdecl the- decision over S. Vogcl, Pastime A. C. While the United States were filing out of the arena, the American eoaeh, Webb, complained''to theoudges, who in turn complained to. Major Graves, the United States boxing renreBnnta- live, for what they termed, the ing remarks of-several of the Amer- icans. Major Graves agreed .to -pro- test the, llartman and Vogel matches to the International jury. Vernori of Mont neat-Worh the'first heat of the 100-metre swlmmingr_ and Sidney Oop'day of Ottawa was' second in the first heat of the backstroke. Both quali- fied for the finals. Vernon's swim- ming is making a great impression and his prospects are considered very good. Hot Weather Union Suits There are still a great many days to come when you wlil want tho comfort and coolness o( union suits like these. Their correct fit puts you a I ease; they avoid "excessive sweating and won't 'discomfort yoit'by sticking to the body. From to Bert Kester's MEN'S SHOP 'Home of 20th Century Clothing ALEXANDRA HOTEL BLOCK ON THE CORNER' INTEREST GROWING IN LABOR DAY. FIGHT BENTON HARBOR, Mich., Aug. In the Labor Day heavyweight championship fight here has picked, up... Both Cham- pion Jack Dcmpsey and Btlly Miske of St. Paul, the challenger, showed to, re- Miske's presence at his Eastman Springs training camp-was a sur- he was net expected un- til Wednesday.. Jack Reddy, his manager, explained that he con- sldcred open air work of great value in preparing Miske fop the boot. >y Pitlsburg en .errors. Kleven Brooklyn rs. Toledo, October game call- ed on account oC darkness. Ten New York vs. Philadelphia, July 1, 1DOS; won by New York, 1 to 0. Ten Cincinnati, vs.' Chicago, May 2, 1017; won by Cincin- nati, 2 to 0. In the same game Vaughn, the Cub twirler, held the Reds hitleSg for nine Innings. j Al Spalding Pitched 63 j Al SpaldinR pitched 63 games for Boston in 1S75. Charlie Iladbournc pitched 77 games for -providence in 1884, Including 74 regular season and Ihreo world series games; won 63, lost 12. Most games lost In succession- Twenty, by Jack Nabors, Athletics, 1916. Most shutout games pitched In sin- gle ty Grover Alex- ander, Phillies, 1916; American lea- gue, 13, by Jack Coombs. Consecutive innings, shutout rec- by Waller Johnson, aud IJavies teams, was assaulted aud badly hurt by n Swansea 'player and had to receive medical dttentlon. In another game P.eferee Cochrane was assaulted anil struct: by'a. player of the team whom ho had ordered off Ibe field for using abusive lan- guage. The Toronto and district council ia moot tonight and It Is expected thut the two players will suffer per- IIOlllUl Most bases on balls in single game Issued by George, Giants, to Cubs, 1SS7: American lea- gue issued by Haas of Ath- letics to Yankees, 1315. Most bases on Issued during nine-Inning In 191fi. with Detroit pitchers giving Athletics 12 passes and Athletic pitchers giving IS. 2 BASEBALL 2 CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES FOR CAMPBELL, WILSON AMD HORNE CUP, EMBLEMATIC OF THE ROTARY CHAMPIONSHIP OF ALBERTA MEDICINE HAT.ROTARIANS Intermediate- Champions of Alberta, vo, ROTARIANS Runners-lip of Lethbridgo City League Wed, Afternoon, Hup. 25th AT ECKSTORM PARK First Game p.m. Second Game p.m. Uulh's Home Run Hitting isj Spectacular, While Pitching: Stars Show Clnss j It may not be the difference in ball used, as certain of the magnates claim, but one thing Is certain, and that Is that all baseball records will be beaten Ibis year, especially in the batting line. nuth'B re-cord of 29 home runs beat all records in that line last year, but this year lit promises to beat that record nil hollou-. If the big follow keeps up Ibis rec- ord ho will score over 60 home runs this year and prove beyond nil lues- tlor that the hall of this year U livelier than ever or that tho pitchers, due 10 the change in rules, havo deterior- ated In skill greatly. .Mnsandcr, who led tho N'a- CANADIAN SWIMMER WINS ANTWERP, Aug. (Cana- diorv Associated Press.) George NEW "ARROW SHIRTS Arrived Service Station fjr the famous K-W Magnetos. All makes ot magnetos, generators, colla ra paired. Full stocit of repair parls car. rieil. All work MAGNETS RECHARGED The price la as remarkable as the wonderful showing. Not Just Shirts But SHIRTS at Roy 518 4Lh Avenue- South PHONE 735 Yon ran at this reasonable coat buy one of the most dnslrnblo r.liirts on tho market at a price that'll mako S3.50 ring Just as true as any J3.50 you over spent before the war. Come In and sea thcso new arrivals. LOUIS KEEL SHOP OP FASHION CHART CLOTHES AMD TUB FLOnSHBIM SHOK OLIVER lil.OCK 313 HKTH ST FIFTH STREET ;