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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta VAGE S THE r.ETHRRTDGE DAILY HERALD TliniSDAY, AUGUST 26 1926 BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManys IT TO RICH XOU BUT I I VJEriT M" MIC I DIDN'T 1 MUCH Or THE PLAC-l' uz_ A. unrTur iHROkXH -j A14EBRV H Place of Good Tastes SILVER GRILL C. E. MOORE, MCA. Corner Fourth Avo- and Fifth St Lethbridge Has Two Game Lead Over Hat In Rotary Cup Series .Visitors Could Not Touch Mul- holland or al Were Right There When it Came (o Two Pitchers Used in Af- ternoon Game. ;in c-at-y oat LelulirMge. however. the firftivorku ivjtlioul tlolay. ,1 taltly, aii.1 jordi-j MorritoTi on? for two bjys. Tlu1 TO Ihe [il.'ito for Hnug wib iiiiJ (Jor'llu Cains Tbe ihrcii oulf. nine. The Hal got DJ further lliau ur1'. in Itic tccond. u'LHu u oilier. Willo iirucli oul, Co-i'.'i.-: hit a cJeau 0110. I oue down to iloorc v.-Lo liirsn I PotititiiElon lo cm Dfrjcbtr 'i' setrmO I'enuinuton ili-r and nil tvcre saTc. Tlic'.i SOL- out at second end Sacs threw CaUyk deHvcrci1 a Lethbridge 11, Medicine Hit Leltibridge 6, Medicine Hst 3. out at first. The double' steal was malic in (ho fateful second Snrig going to third and Morrison to second. Medicine Hal started out with .1 two run score In the first innings on two hits. Bellamy hit lo '011115, who ran him out at first- Moore died al Mulholland's hands and theu Mulhcrl- jland gave Hopple a free ticket lo 'first. PennlnElon hit to left field and- Zubach made a throw, al- Tbcre you have It, in black and Ixilhliritlsc runnora up In ILo LcLhbrldgc city Iccguo, Lu McdlciDC llatono of floo days "in tLo tlllo soriea for.Oic notary base- ball championship of Alberta and the ..ownership oC the Campbell, Wilson Homo cup with two dear games lead over tlicir rivals, the .Medicine Hal Kolarians. Wednesday saw two nice samea slaved here between tlic loama, and on the face of it has" considerably tto Flrouger llae-up. TUt altcrnoon Bomeivhat ot n ivalkaway wltli the local boys playing nlco ball lie- hind Uill Mulholland, vlihe Ihe jiing came was much Ushter, but wiili Lcthhrldgc bavins the best oC it. Inability to bit Iclt-hander5 wlien liita were needed was Ihe cause ot K.'lhe downfall of Ibe Halters. Mulhol- land had Incm eating out of his hand i in tho first'session until ho cascJ up Rfler Uic fifth. In the evening Prcn- dersasl, who lias played with ilie learn now linqwn as the Roiarlans for two years, ivas in rare form, aud let the vtsllora down with four dtnky jingles while Ills team mates were pasifng the pill for. 10, safeties, good for 1C Lags. Feonfngtou was the pick of Ihe vis- itors. He plars a great, game at short, and in the afternoon session hit safely i five times out of us many timea up. i In the evening, however, he lo connect. Prendefgasl, while with liita, gave free transportation In i. -sir, three by wnlks nnd three whom U'j'jchcr. s'jut cno tc ton. ivha lure'.v lo ll.-.tlrby s I BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. NATIONAL LEAGUE Sports Club Lining Up Strong Card for Opener of Winter Boxing Events A.' ;i result of tbe conference be-1 bill, each and every conlCElaol bolus culling i dotvn St. Ibo plale- Mur-l risou elruck out. Oue run. Team St.mdlngs The Hat I cue la liio Ihircl. Alter j Cincinnati -Pet. ho hit. Tho local team lowing llepple to score, I'ennington coming in ou Iho same play. Trimble hit to left and Clarke, filed out to Sang. In Ibis fiession two men went down on tbo first three balls tlirowii by Miilhollarid. Letbbrldge camo bacfc with one run. Sang gelting Ibe credit for it. Mul- hollind went down on three strikes and Sans got on first when Sailer (Ailed lo handle a grounder. Morrison drew a walk and GlIliB brought Sang home on a single lo left. Ilidpatb lilt a fielder's choice lo Pcniiiuston, on sborl, who threw Glllis oot at home. Xubach was retired wb.cn be hit to Moore on first. BTg Second Four men faced Mulhollacd in Iho first of Ihe second, llaltray drawing a walk.' score resulted. Then Ibo J.ethbrldge Rotes got next lo Sailer and cot the visitors throwing the ball iiround with Ibo result that the. In- nings ended Tvlllr a 'score of scree to Iwo. Wilte'was Ibe first man up aud lie drew a. walk. Boucher singled to left and Prcndcrgast followed suit. Boucher gol safe lo second on an er- ror by Moore, and Prcndergast stole second, Houcher coining in on a single to centre by Mulbolland. Prcu icored when Sang singled to centre, bringing in Mulholland as well. Morrison drew 3 walk and Glllis hit to Islt, cleaning tho bases, and it was Iben that Hudson called him oiil. Tlidpalh singled lo left and waa thrown out by Moore when Zlf bich hit a fielder's choice, tfllta'canie lo hal for Iifs second lime and doublet lo right. Dourhcr went out on n. bit down the (Irsl base.line. Lctkbrfdgt: Suiter was out. sccoud lo first. Del- 1 Brooklyn ._. loiny singled. stole second. Moore York drev.- a The rimers nulled IbB HllUburs double steal and sccon'il anil third) Clilcago were Tlien Welle laid I Louis down a perfect bunt Bellamy scoring iloston and reaching first. The nt.lt Philadelphia uvo_ men uero easy puls. Ona run. .532 .305 .196 Jack Waterman, the Montreal sypri urotnotor. aud the I.cihbridge Sjwu Club, boxiug raii6 are noiv de- finitely assured ot seeing some oi the classiest boys ou the continent In ac- tion right here In I.elhbridge In tbe iicinetlli'.'.o future. It is. planned to open Iho spoh. Heasun nbout tbo middle ot September a real old- time boxing carnival. at which three leu-round socs'wlll UB feelured. Tho blanked, one, two, (Mark made a liair-, Lethbrlds three. In its half. raising one hand catch in right Glllis1 foul in Ibis rramo. Tbe Hat gang added.another In toe fourth. Clark singled, but was out Reds Going String CINCINNATI, Aug. The Itcds promoters are certainly solng lo step on the opening show anil uive fans a real run for 'their moucy. In the past, a ten-round BO was accustom- ed lo be billed aa the bis event, to which was added two or three-round IirellroiniLrlcs. In tbe opening sbow, Cincinnati chanced us U required lhal all tbe" .players be 20 or under. Gorctiu Mor- who lias a lent over firsl base, had lo he shiflcd lo Ihird lo allow '.Vic: Gillis lo play Iho first station, a ion which he did to a uicely. In the] first up and ha singled lo left. Sea 'evening he made a bciuliful one hand i man made a pretty one-hand slab o ilob of a bard foul off flallyk. and I a Ions drive from flallyk. UaUra; rlou'cd a homer. In Ihe afternoon I Einclcd lo right and scored Clark ho bit a homer, too, hot was called] Sailer singled to loft, bringing Ra'.- gathere seven hils Hint Innings, Medicine Hit did not score- again until the eighth innings, when Ihcj addtd two runs. Clark and Ilaltraj gol crcdll for those. Clark -n-ap Ihc 4 to 0. Score: IJoston Score: Flrcoklyn al second on Dallyk's fielder's choice. Ballyk slcrto and came home on'Iwo passed balls. Prendcrgast wns throw- ing some hard ones which" Wilio had to dig for. Lethbrldgo was blanked in lha fourth. Voucher gol a hit b'H was out stealing. This wp.s Ibe only inio they threatened. Sailer, who ad been knocked onl ol the box in ho afternoon, was pitching nice ball. "ho Hat drew .1 blank in the sixth i-bcn Lelhbridsc staged n double ilay. Moore, first up, was safe on Morrison's error. Ho stole. seat one to Prcndcrgasl who Ihrcw to first, Moore tried to go to third on Ihc out but Gillis whipped Hie ball across: the diamond and Morrison tagr gcd the runner. Lethbridge added one n the fifth when Glllis bit one hrough Ihe pilchcr'a fans and through the centre fielder for four bags. Tho Hal drew a blank In the sixth }Ut Lctbbridgc added two more (or ;ood measure. Zubach, first up, got i hit. Willo struck out. Zubach stole and camo home when the throw lo cut Zubach dpwn at second went by Walls and Bnliyk in cenlre field, boll) making errors on Ihe.play. Boucher ivas oul, third to first. Then Prender- g'asl bit one 'for two bags and Alex Seaman followed suit, sending his team mate home. Bang flew to centre for tbo Ibird oul. Beth sides were blanked in the seVenllT. Lethbrjdge Ihrealenlng (rlllls1 hit, but being cut down on fast double when Kldnath flew out lo cenlre and Ballyk threw lo first lo get Gillis before he could get back'Chicago lo IhG bag. [Cleveland Tho Halters scored their third and: New York last In tho elghlh. It was selling SI. Louts oflmade k three from Philadel- phia today by a score of j lo Score: TC. II. E. Philadelphia 1 T 0 9 '2 Riicy aud Wilhrow; EL'cr and Al- en. Cubs Secure Shutout CHICAGO, Aug. made it three straight fronrDoston today by winning 1ho of the series, n. ii. E. 0.3 3 Chicago 4 0 Townsend, Scoll anil O'Xuill, Gow- dy; Tyler and O'Karrell. Brooklyn Lucky 1'ITTSBIMIG, AUB. won from loday, 4 to-3. al: ougb Marquard iv.is 'Knocked out o[ [ho box iu Ihc third Iiinih'gV1 Ihrce icn-round goes will inako up the a well-known boscr. (JeorKe Unss. ihoj classy feathenvoight who has been! cleaning up nl the coaat Mils sum-! mer, wilt be one of tho principals, aud the wires uru today lining np Ins opponent GeorglE is Iho younger brother of our old friend Al Ross, who al one lime ivas Iho Idnl of Ice sporl- Ing frat'crulty of southern Allicrla. Georgo la In his prime right now In his division nnd la Jusl as gourf a boy as old Al won in '14 ami '15. And. lij tht; way, everybody's Jud-Folcy. of Mill Hirer, ivas in town' ou Monday and signified his willing- ness to act an llilfd mini in the ring ut tho slioiva this fall nnd winler. With (his as a alartcr, fans expect some good times soon. REDS STILL WINNERS INCITY Uefcnt Rest of LKICIIP- in Fnol- Game al 'Adams Park H. E. 10 i 11 i Miller; n. 4 ntlsburg ___... 3 iMarqnard, .Maninmux' and Ponder anil Gianls Finish Strong ST. l.OL'IS. Aug. SL Louis had bunched bits off Barnes and taken a two-run York came back In tlie oigblh ''and scored sis runa, winning c Score: New York It. H. E 0 13 1 St. Louis 4 n 1 Barnes. Douglas and Snyder; Kirch er, Schupp and Clcmons. AMERICAN LEAGUE Team Standings Won. I 76 13 74 S7 oiit. Harry Hudson claiming that he failed to loach third. All Ihe rest of ,--iuC Jiioy 6 played nice games, the field- .ing all Lbrougb, vvhilc not air tighl, being good In the pinches. Wllle behind Ul0 hat hsd hi.s troubles hold- 'Ing the 'left-handers. I'rendergast C3- pecltlly, bul did good work, anil If ho la hero lo play v.'hh Lho Holes next year they have a good backstop. Iray home. Dell.imy drew a walk and Moore wont out, Sans to Olllls. Hopple slruck oul. The next run scored was the homer by ['cnninglon in Ihe last Innings. ,u, leniling Ihe game. Lcthhridee added four more runs to iiuite dark and the boys inado two Uoslon..........- 57 errors. Clark flew oul lo Glllis. Washington...... 50 Ballyk waa safe when Prandergast! Detroit......... 40 mussed up his weak grounder. lie j Philadelphia..... 3S stole, went to third on a passed ball find: cnmo homo when flldpaih foozled Sailer's grounder. P-aUray struck oul 57 Cl 02 71 SL Pet .C3I .611 .G07 .000 Ai'l !S94 .319 Frasments again proved IhemselvcT naatera'of the Lelhbrldgo City antl Dlslrlct; Football .League when Ihey defeated a'team picked from the rfc'st of the leasuo by a score of one to nolhiug. Uilly Knot dribbled an easy one past Mclnlyre In Ihe second half. flaying conditions were the faced in a football game in Lcthbrldy Ihls year. The gario. started wllh a norlh wind blowing against the Frag- ments and at half time there was a cold wind blowing with rain. Only a small crowd turned out to see the game in the first place and when the rain slarled many spectators went away. Although Ihe wind was against them In the first halt the Fragments oflcned pressed those In whltff pretty hard. It waH practically impossible lo make a kick of any length against the wind and not withstanding lhat the Fragments got Ihc ball lo the other end often. During tho second bait Ihe "float of bucked up a bit bul the fragments had tho wind with them. :'OTTAWA, Aug. Canadian idea) golfing condl- lions tho annual, .open championship tournamenl ot. llie Royal Canadian Clolt Association oncneil oven Ihc'links'of the lllvcrinca'd Golf Club. There were 72 competitors for' the championship, including 26 ot the best nmalenrs In Canada nnd the'ma- jorlly of the crack professional stars. Four -Americans were entered. Ihe lat- ler list Including Douglns Edgar of the Druid Hills Club, Atlanti, Ga., who won the title last year when he established a new record for Ihc Hnm- Illon links. Charles Grlcr, of Mont- real, the present amateur champion ot Canada, is a competitor, and also George 3. Lyo'n, many times amateur champion; Wllllnm McLuckic of the t the plate. Gllll.'. playing flrnt for Trilnlilr, ?.b 010 Iho local learu, also rnaflrj the circuit ('lark, cl r> 1 I 0 an a drive to left bill waa called out I Hiillylt. rf 401 1 'by Hudson for not third. I Kallr.iy- c I I 1 11 liowever, Gillis drorc In Iwo men p., as I i) 1 (i front of him. Two Doubles I 10 llnllyk. cf. llollray. c. Sailer, II. 0 0 1 1 0 2 1 II 0 0 Easy Win for Boston LOSTON, -Aug. Boston bunched seven hita for seven runs In the Stb today and easily defeated St. Locls, II lo 1. Score: II. IJ. B. St. Louis I VARDON TIES COURSE RECORD ST. PAUL, Minn., A.UK. Vardon and Edward British pro fcsslonaln, yeslcrday defealcd Tom Vardon, brother of the English slar, and Jnck Hurkc, local professionals Iwo uji in a hole best ball goli match. Harry Vardon, with card of G7. lied Iho course record I the afternoon round. Boslon 11 12 0 and Scverolrl1 Myers and 1j Rolhnron 1 fc'chang. 1 Indians Lose Agaifl 111 Aug. Harris 1 1 held lo tbraa Iul3 Loduy 1 ianrl I'hilodclpbia 2 lo 1. n f- _____ W> I 21 Ail. II. .11. Morrison, 3b. (illli? Ib...... Illdoaiii, SB. Zubach, rf. Mulholland. rf, 1 U'lllo. 1 Ilouchur. If. "I I'rendorgsst. p. j Seaman. If. Score: H. H. F. Clcrelanil J I I'htbdolrihii........... 2 10 V Coveleskie, Morton' aiirt O'Neill; Harris and Perkins. {No olhcra scheduled.) We are now showing the new fall and winter samples of Made to Measure 20th Century Clothing. Come and make your selection while the range is com- plete. Bert Kester's MEN'S SHOP Home of 20th Century Clothing ALEXANDRA HOTEL BLOCK ON THE CORNER gua, nnd manj- other noted nmalcurs. Charles and Albert Murray, of Hoyal Montreal, were present lo try for Ibn tllle and Davle Black, Shaugh- ncssy Heights, Vancouver, Is also lliere. I.oujs Tellier, ol Boston, was conceded a good chance for tbo chaui- piouohtp, .vvulle U. Kliincar, of. nlpef, is-also regarded'aa dangcroui. 'Onlarlo provincial Polico examined witnesscB regarding the. Thorold rlol. Magneto Repairs No uncertainty or gucasivork- Service aUtion tor I.H.C. Mojnelo Work. E. J. O'SULLIVAN Proprlelor The North Lethbridge Garage 317 13th Street N. Phone 5 ID INTERNATIONAL Toronto City 7-7. Uuffalo S-f.. Syraiju.'ic 2-0. Hocheslor 0-2, Heading 5-5. DaUlmore Akron fS. CALLIE LINEUP The followlnE In Ihe (.'allies' loani agaluijl Norlb Lcthbritlgo on Fridny night al Adams Park: Ualenmn, Easton, Pink. Cnmpbcll, Owens, Knlghl. Donglns. Robinson, Mcf'hrlnne, Thompson, Mcllvcna. Kick-off at C.30 p.m. sharp. Jag. Moore, referod. RETREADING Gst jour r.czt '.Irs relreaded by us. We arc expert tire men. We Are Also Exports in Sec- tional Work, .Broken Deads, tic. We art here to flive service. Spe- cial service to out-of-town orders. Express paid one way. Lelh- bridge's Leading Hetreadcrs. Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works PHONE 1664 10 Called in Ihe filghllf on account PACIFIC COAST Score -------------------------I.Medloliic lint 10 II II 'i'i 3 R. n. v; 105 (ll-3 1 I (Miami f'. All. M.I'O. A. 0 1 Snll l. Vermin SRII FrancUfio 0. l.oi; AngclcF 7. oii 10 J Home run. Iwo i _____ bp.co'biU., Morrfson, man; stolen hr-.st-i. UuUnmy Mooro f AlVlLKlLAlN AiuOCIAllUM Menninfflon. I'.aHyk 2. Xubath: double lo (Jlllis lo j IlalTyk lo MOOTC; struck; nut hy f', liy IT; Imsos on halls off 3: hit liy pilohor, Trimhk1, T'cnniiigton und Bailor by balfa: V.'illc 3, hy Rallray 1: rnns. JlhiMipoli' o. Toledo fi, MllwaukH: 10, Inrlinnupulls 2, City 1. l.nlllEVillo 3. St. I'iiul 3. Columbus T. BRITISH GOLFERS ARRIVE Eacb team pulled a double pUy 'Oillio railed out for not touching :be local boys got one. (JouMe slos) 'third in inninjja fn Ihe cighlb Inning) lledlcinc Hut, Score by innings- n. 11, L. retired Sang and Morrison. Morrison l.tihbrltlgc IfJ'i 010 11 14 !lcw oul to [JallyV In ccnlrc.. who j Medicine flat '2tm COO 10 Ibiew Sans ojt ut second. Jn Ihoj iurlh Jxithbrldgo rcllrcd Clark nnd The Evening Session lallyk on a double. Ballyk bit lo P'rcnilcrpnsl took Itic; niounil on aliorl, wlif1 flart Mm nvOBini' ri.r, n. pirc, W1-5TERN CANADA M WlnnlreE O-o. Sas- r.-i I. Al llc-.zllKi: Calgary 5. At .law: i, .Moose Jnw Z. 11-11 Service Station Service Station Ur the famous Marnctoa. All makes nf mngnetos. ccneralors, collj paired. f'lill slock of rc-palr car- ried. All work ciid'anleed. MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co, 518 4th Avenue Gouth PHONE 735 E. CHAPLIN, Lelhbrldae. LETHBRIDOE BRANCH AT MACLEOD 712 3riJ AVE. S. B. CHAPLIN, Maclcod, The New Fashion-Craft Fall Overcoats PHONE 666 "a, Medicine 1: I'm-1 YOllK, ,Mig. II. Tolley. lirltlah solf fham-1 iiloii, iiiid Ixinl Charles Hone, also n Urillsh amateur colter, loday entered their natiH-H aa cunlcHlnnls In the na- llonal EirnDtcur lonrnaincnl v.'hioh al Koalyn. jV.Y., HcTjlembcr C. They arrived here from Knglanrl on Ihe slcain- j ut Olympic, Ti A I L O R 110 FIFTH STREET We have a loiub of I'all JuGt a lo'ich'of evening chill. Thrso r'ri 1 nvcrcoalB ncrl your Sinait, lishl, KyviuKln1? lines snd full aklrts. Irj iitlraclivc ibf.''K'6 find plain '.okrfi, or cr KOl-fn Ploove.i, ronvDrllble collars u-lt'n hlyh Koundly iBllorcd. of cpurso. to LOUIS KEEL KHOP OF FASHION' CRAFT CLOTHES AMI THB t'LOnSHKIM SHOE ;