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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta nili LKlllWUIHIK DAILY llliHALU. TUESDAY, Al'GCST 20, I'JUI BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus IT CMVT BE TOO LITTLE FER ML -1 IT NOW! LIVERY We Meet All Ho.piUl Phones 428, 369, 1556 SyedM Hates en Country TrJps SPENCE BROS. Alia. The Sport Page GOLF Medicine Hat golfers visited Ulh- bndgt? over the week-end, their visit lo iho local wlrti ihc follow- ing results: Singles With Two cm-Anil None Out in Iiasf Frame, Three Hit the Ozone bair tossers rnlerlained (he crew at the ball garden ]asl nigbt in a six-session engagement and had lo 1u ihe bovs from Iho lumber camp to ihe lune of 3 to 1. H was a nice gaine. but the visitors thai ihrr Lbe game be- fore. Uiey ever began to saw up B.C. luonslcrs. on the hill tor the visitors and dlfl nice -work, while Xoble pilchcd strone ball lor Lclh- bridge. learn put a run across in. the lirsi. Wrrlifle followed with one In the second and one in the lourth. The locals had a good chance to even things up in Uic sixth Tvhcn Kvans acd Knadson pingled, but the next Ibrcc men slriici; The teams IjneJ up: A'TEUC, A. Crow, QOillmnvi, Aullj L. Crow, McMann, eiark Knd vilassle. LclhbHrfBc-rSlouc, ETans. Knud son, Wiggins, O'Coouor, Sharer, Gil lies; Green, Noble. .Score by innings: l-cllibrldge .........1 J3 0 0 0 1 I 0 1 0 J. Boyd.1..... H. H- Evans. S. Snort..... li. Bond___ Deal Lie..' Brown. Total-----.-. H. R. Evans S. Short..... J. Boyd H. liono Beauie Tc-lal...... Lelbbridge D. Hump 0 Dr. P. Cmig 1 N. T. Macleod. 0 A. Mara Thnmsoil J. S- Mulr II 0 1 Tolal..... Foursomes Dume 0 II. Meniie X. T. Macleod 0 J A. Field Thomson 0 J. S. Muir... 0 Tolrd .......2 7- games, Medicine Hat 0 Lethbridge via nine by 6. Owing lo thR visit o[ .American odi- tors lo the Hat, several ot Uieir play- ers were unable to travel. The (lay Assuming Thai Cincinnati and Chicago Clubs Are Ihc Pen- (Rv J. Newton ColveiO Reds liavc come and, gnnc general siace Iheir hculic 'solas wich tlie Giiiils Is Ihut they IIBTC iak- en ivith them the Lope lhat the sliyping McGrawhcf had of overhauling Ibem in (he race for the 1919 pennant. Kusiiiiig Inio print wilh priHlietions i on Llie world's series at this early stag? may seem ill-advised. Tlicru is i still a race on in Hie .American' league and on what Wycliffe ball team v-ill be the big attraction at Eckstorm Park Wednesday aftirnocn and rve- nir.g when they will stape a dou- ble header with the locals. After the good gams of fast night, the local fans arc very anxious .to see the boys in action again. Knudson is out tc Ho the iron man stunt and likely hurl both games. The local crew wilt be strengthened up for tht occa- sifin. Further details tomorrow. Tbe games start at 2.30 and 6.15- In The Major Leagues NATIONAL Won. Cincinnati 19 New York 6S Chicago so PIHsburg 5'.' Brootlljn f.3 Boston 3S SL Philadelphia 3S 01 07 OS P.O. ,69n .636 .536 .4SG .ISO .395 .3iiS '.3oS Cincinnati Again PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 25. -Cincin- nati defeated Philadelphia. 7 to 3, in the second game of a dooblo header. The lirst game was postponed be- cause ot net grounds. R. II, E. Cincinnati 700 Philadelphia 3 5 0 neullier and Smith anil Tragrcssor. (Xo others played, INTERNATIONAL Iteds. taking ihc prediction of BLIND MAN PLAYS GOLF finally winning ibc National league tho I honors as fairly may do the was Ideal for golf and some very roatcbes were placed. Although local players iron easily, the visitors I auiumn cbssic of baseball is like try- pufun a good fight nnd are capable I lns anO hlH able Fnilthllaw associate are flllnne needs. !''or n serins or z long one tlic club M'lth five good pllcher? Is I heller than (he club with two. You (hnve to go Ino far back In world's inerlen hlalory to prove old rule lot 'one pUOiCT." I Know what you're (thinking of. Vou'rr Ihlnklng (if what dlrl In whnl dld in 1MB. what Adainj did (n i.'hat Coombs di'l in It'll. Wood did In forgt-l II. Tills will be a lighting; hard-liilllni; eerie cllangfls of pilchlnK are sroinR to ho lelllng factor. Mornn has. five men i he ran Iwo wonderful F InawR In Salloj nnd HciKlipr our (own _ j N'orthweFloin Icafiuc and thrre (Jenendahle rlglit-handcra I In King anrt KIchiT. Yon have j .laid It all when you talk about nhai Glcason can du with Cicolte WIMbms. Klgnrc who Ihc hcavj slujgers of the Boi K. Collins -Ufkson and all hat Itft handed.- They will gel at four days of southpaws In Ihe coming .world's Tho ,il jtMncirmall. Ilt'Sarillcvi of Schnlk'i and knonn nhlllty 1 Ilkt i Ihe Cincinnati pair for at f stanrtoff, if not a shade the better of ft. Wlngo ij ccrialnly a better hit- ler than srhalk. FavofG the Rede In the matter of such physical fac- tors [is fielding arid base running, auandoning my favoHLc. line of "dope" such "lettin moincnlum, team tsprll." clc.. If you cl.nltn an for ihr Km In team hitting you nuroly not lo areiic lhat luch hitters an Daubert. OrOli. Itoueh ind Mil men, arc' lo be Ightly cslimltc'd? The Heds are good noiiBli wlih Hie dub. They arc lead- ing Hit N'atlonal If JRIH' In team bat- ling and an attually oulhittlng lhc Sox The hit klll'n? al.lllty of 'the Ited nfiold i-jininrrjK ifry taxonMy with .lint of Hie Sox. in aplle of the fact lhat Collins nnd Weaver arc two of Iho most rcmnkaljle hi.'Mdcra thai over filajii'i logctliFr. Oroli Is a mar vol. and barring jllcnlly erratic In the Olntil Tht llnsl Infield Is balalifcc] ihc nre stronr at only In riinnliii; nnd team epccd one ill hav( in lhc gox arc not romparaliln l'i Ihc Itcds. 1 would rnllier. summing It up. el my i linnets on a team with IvfO lop notch rnlchr.rs, five flret-claas pUclian an evenly balanced infield, a fair out Held, n loam nial halted above the average and speed to than a loam whole slrcngth lay In a bard- slugging but tlow rjutfielrt, an Infield with two and I wo lack-lustre liLircrr. ino pllchcil only .ind only out; really top-notch' calchc'r. "ANDY'S" Radiator Repair Station tbo equipment and lhc "know how." 418 Fifth Street South Lethbridge L ROOSA TRANSFER Furniture 'and Baggage of All Kinds. We sell Wood, C.O.D. .Baggage Day and Night Service to all parts of the City. Office, 322 2nd Avc. S. Phone 1869. The Mechanical Garage Used cars lioyghl ant'i sold. General Repairing Corner 4lh Avenue and 3rd St. Roller Rink, Phone 1190 Auto Top Depot It you need yoiir Aulo Top rc-covorcd or repaired, aad up: holslcrinc done, ccmo and sea THE LETHBRIDGE AUTO TOP DEPOT Cln Strctt Ncxl lo Herald OlSce. G. T. BLUNT, PROP. GRAND GARAGE CARDSTON THE HOME OF THE CHEVROLET Just Opened on Main Street TOURISTS' INFORMATION BUREAU HEADQUARTERS, ALBERTA MOTOR LEAGUE Plrnly of Iloom, Modern ConvonlEncei, Courlcbus Trealment, Kxpcrt Moclianlcs. A Full Line of Accessories LADIES' REST ROOM Livery lo Walerlon and Glacier Pjrki Alwayi Al Your GRAY-DORT MOTOR CARS RUMELY TRACTORS ACETYLENE WELDING The Allen Jack Co., Ltd, 2nd opp. Ltlhbrldse Hottl Phont 1544 K-W. Service Station Service Station for tho famous K-W Full mock of pnrts carried. Magnetos ot all makes repaired, MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. 618 4th Avenue South PHONE 731 ;