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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBR1T5GE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, AUGUST -27, 1 BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus FOR. OON'T PILLOWS COAST CHAMP COMING First Boxing Card Is Good Will Ihe spurting element of l.elli- bridge support this raanly pame o! art: A question asked by Jic.k W.ithr- Diau. sports promoter, wuo has beet, in the city for tb3 pust four or five days getting things lined up with Len t p Brown, niiolher one of LethbrMge'd; leading sportsmen. AVutermiu providing Ihe V of Canada. This will bil 10 three-minute rounds to a decision and 'DO ,doubt will give tbe public ur Lethbridge one of the bouts iluit money can produce. Bert Hughes in tlip past six or seven'months, met. the best boys from 'Port Worth to Joe Karrell. of Seattle, who hcs with-some of tbo fcest boys in and Oregon, is willing to meet any BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. AMERICAN LEAGUE Ridpath and Mulholland Ta Pitch Lethbridge Will Have Slone On Mound and O'Connor Catching Chicag men. of will give him Watermnn has been Cleveland p trying to get iu touch with Alex. Tail, New York At present be bas on band one who: brother of dome fait, lightweight St. Louis E considered about tbe best feather.] champion'.of Canada, who has made a Team Standings' Won. Lost. 77 -44 ______________ weight in Canada. George Ross, and VeputitiOE for himself aucTwould auoluer, Jos Karrell. douhi be a Terr good match for been working very hard in the last, Kartell. thres or four days trying to set- Jit! will do everj'thiDg iii his touch with Bert Hughes, tbe undtsuut-; power to produce the opening of a box- ed champion of Canada, who is 110, JDS lnat will more than please 73 74 59 Boston...... Wasblngion...... 50 Detroit..........' 4lj Philadelphia BS 49 ST 02 .609 .G02 .509 Wade Kidpatti and Bill Mulhulland will be pitchers ihe Medk-ius Hat HotarianSiWill have- to face Saturday when they'meet the Lethbridge Holes in the second series for Ihe Campbell, i Wilson and Home CUD in Medicine Hat. The same team that (Ideated the .17'ji Hat boys two games here Wednesday I will go to Ihe Hat. i Gillls, who was right on the Job, along with Sang will get Mother op- Athletics' Sixth From Cleveland PHILADELPHIA. Aug. -doubt the fastest and hardest hitting; ine sportsmen of Letubridse and ex- delpbla bunched 'bits off Caldwell iu boxer in tho Dominion, and pects to follow up witb boys lhat are the early innings today and won its the best part of bis bailies by well known iu tlie ring, if he is eup-jsiith straight from Clnvelanrl, 3 to 2. the k.o. route. 'He will be a veryip0rted by the bo-ing fans. George hard man to get hold of, but what- hioss and Joe Karrel are in the city ever it takes to bring tbe boy before; now and are training hard for the the sportsmen of Lethbridse, Promot-1 coming event which will be staged er Waterman has sot. possibly wilhin the nest two or three George Ross bad the pleasure of i weeks. Announcement will be made meeting Bert Hughes at the coast a [later, regarding this championship -little over a year ago and he lias fought him 10 bard rounds to a draw. There is no doubt that Ross bas Im boxing contest. If the .necessary booking arrange- ments wn be made, the opening show proved considerably since and is more i will be staged around Sept. lotb, at than anxious to fight Hughes for.tbe the Majestic theatre. IKEY MILE Is Said To Be in Better Shape Than Ever in His Career jgame knows ot the startling upsets i tbat have been sprung. There's al- j ways that chance, for many under I dogs in tbe betting hare landed top in tbe past. Claims, which seem well substan- tiated, arc made that the St Paul heavyweight is better be ever was In his life. That means phys- ical condition, which naturally means form. There -will be a new Dempsey in tbe ring on Labor Day; and, too, there will be a new MIskc, If the Informa- tion at band is true. Dempsey. as champion, will have to do one thing, and that is fight his hardest, because if be slowed up the chance is always ouen for two opponent to score one of those surprising knock- outs, or to score a victory on points. It' is just that sort of reasoning tbat makes it certain the champion will .he installed a one-sided favorite over Miakc; and. being Installed a topheavy choice, almost everybody will expect Salt Lake Jack to'lay his opponent low in the early rouuds of the scrap. Can't Take Chances _ all due respect to Dempsey and his .wonderful ring skill, there Is no getting away from the fart Ibat he, any more than any other fighter. can takeino chance against Miske. ail-fee's record shows some brilliant rsrformances, the kind tiiat sparkle, and any jbne familiar with the ring f CHAMPIONSHIP COLF SCORES OTTAWA, Aug. the open golf tournament at Rivermead this afternoon, W. McLuckie equalled Charles Murray's score ot 72. He had 34 going out and 38 coming T. D. Armour bad 73. Carl Kcffer had 77 and Nicholas Thompson, ot Hamil ton, h'ad Carl Monk, of the Royal OUawas bad an SO, while Lofiis Tal lier. the famous French professional, had 77; Charlie Grier, the Montreal amateur champion, went around in LEONARD SIGNS FOR TITLE BOUT NEW YORK, Aug. Leonard, lightweight champion. and Eddie l-ftislmmons, also ot the city, were signed Monday by Ter Rickard for a fifteen- round title bout at tbe Jladi- son Square Garden September nth. H. H. E. .272 3 4 Keefer and Score: Cleveland 'hiladeiphia......... Caldwell and O'Xeill; Perkins. Divide a Double WASHINGTON, Aug. on broke even in double-header here with Detroit today, winning the portunity io increase their fame and from Prendergast considerable is ex- pected. It is not doubted that Medi- cine Hat'may have a few changes in the team but nevertheless the Lett- bridge boys feel they are en.ua! to tbe occasion and expect to return with the cup. i NATIONAL LEAGUE TO STAGE AMERICAN HANDICAP ;CLBVKbAND, Aug. big event Iu the international trapsboot- ingj tournament being held hers this week, the grand American handicap, was staged today.' Tbere are "OS ex- pert marksmen entered, and iu order to complete tho card, shooting began at S.30 a.m. This event IB forj one hundred tar- gets and the handicaps range from IU to 23 yards. Tlie winner will re- ceive a diamond medal valued at from the American Tropshootlng As- sociation, and second, third, fourth iiuu fifth piace winners also will re- ceive medals. Darkies Will Face Good Team Local notiirians Will Play Medicine Hat On Saturday The Place of Good Tastes SILVER GRILL I C. E. MOORE, MGR. Corrnr fourth Fifth Team Standings irst game 3 to 2 in 13 innings, and losing the second, 5 to i. First game; Detroit Brooklyn n. 2 7 3 14 0 Shaw, Erlck- Cincinuati -New York II. E iPUtsburs Chicago St. Louis Boston ____ Dauss and ____......... son and Gharrity. Philadelphia Second game: R. U. E. 5 10 1 Washington 4 11 li Oldham, Ehinke and Alnsinitb; Zacliary, lilemiller and Gharrity. Yanks .Get Awful BeaStng NEW YORK, Aug. opened tho final series, here today won from New York. 1C to -I. Habe! st- Louis Huth made his 44tb homer in the first inning, hitting the ball into the right field slanrt. Score: R. H. E Won. US C6 51 59 CO Lost. n C5 71 MILLIONS IN GOLF EQUIPMENT Taste for Amusements Brings Huge Expendjture, Says Statistician. It has been evident for. some time that the most profitable business en- terprises are those which cater to the' public's craze for amusement. Pass- ing over the prosperity of the movies, which has been apparent to the most casual observer, It is interesting to I note tbat this is an exceptionally good baseball year, even in Philadelphia j saddled two subcellar. ers. The crowds turn out no matter bow poorly the teams play and this maintenance of the high attendance figures Is surprising in view of tbe [fulfilment of predictions made last! year that golf was destined to win the Interest of more and more people, says the The number 'ot golf players throughout the country has almost! For the Winnipeg Giants the Lethbrldge boys will trot out a somewhat different lineup on Sat- urday than faced the darkles be- fore. The Rotarlans will be play- ing In Medicine Hat on Saturday and that fact will take away some good ptayen, but neverthe- less promoters expect to have a good team in the field. Stone: pitching on Sat- urday and O'Connor will be catch- ing. also strengthen .the lineup for the Lethbrldge boys. The game will start at 6.15 p.m. is'hoped a big crowd will he out. .574 .192 .179 .420 Giants Drop One ST. LOUIS. Aug. homer in the fourth with one on gave St. Louis a 2 to 1 victory New York today. Score: R.' H. 1 C Chicago 17 1 Now York 4 !i 1 Kerr nud Schalk; Mogrjdge. Collins aud McGraw, Ruel. Boston Blanked doubled In tbe last 18 months, and the end Is not yet. Some time ago a statistician figured out tbe vast amount of capital invested ID tbe golf courses in America. The total was staggering, but it would be noth- ing to tbe present one could only keep track of It. In this metropolitan district alone, according-! to an observer, connected wlib'lhe! Corn Exchange National bank, Oiward of are tied up'- in lands and buildings "devoted to golf. And month or so a new club springs up. Philadelphia's golf play- ers now number about 10.000; and yet CHICAGO, Aug. won little more thai: a quarter of a cen- a fast and close game from Chicago j tury ago lite game wp.s unknown In We Our, Fall Shipment of. 3 0 Toney, liecten. Winters and Suy- ;r; Doak and demons. Robins Take'Fast One today in Ihu first game of the aeries, to 3. Score: Brooklyn R. H. E. TORONTO ARGONAUT RUGBYISTS ORGANIZE BOSTON, Aug. St. Louis even-'chicaeo............... 3 7 1 ed the series by winning from'Boston Cadore aud Miller; Vaughn, Hailey today, 8 to 0. O'Farroll. Score: 11 H K I Pirate's Behind Adams St. Louis S 10' 0! Ang.% fnl meeting last Boston 0 8 3 i won from Tiosloa today, 2 to 1, in ajMsJor Morrison was elected Arrest of Leroy jn South Airier- iea Jlay Clear. Up Biggest .Crime of Year NEW YORK, A-jg. "trunk murder" .mystery-in connection- with which Eugene Lerpy was arrested .Tuesday in has rami- fications which' eitenrt from' New York .Mississippi and Alabama. A few minutes after an employee of the American Hallway Express Com- pany here had discovered the nude and mutilated body of a young woman in a trunk stored In the unclaimed bag- gage warehouse, police of Mew York WU ,u U j T il TORONTO, Aug. Toronto and Detroit began following tho train 1 oE evidence ivhich'led to the victim's this country except to an occasional reader of some English sporting Jour- nal. Wcllnian and Jones earns. and Schang. Scorct INTERNATIONAL 'Toronto 11, Jersey City 0. Uocliesler 3, Heading 1. Syracuse 2-4, Huffalo 1-13. Baltimore 3, Akron 11. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION St. Paul fi-2, Columbus 0-4. Kansas City 2, Ixmisvilie 3. Minneapolis 10, Toledo 0. (N'o others scheduled.) E. 1 5 Adams and for the Money Packa It. H. Piltsbiirg.............. 2 7 McQuillan and Gowdy; Schmidt. Phillies Win; Kopf Hurt OIXC'JNN'ATI. Aug. phia won the last game of the series here today, 7 to 0. Shortstop Kopf of the Reds had bis left thumb broken by a thrown ball in the first inning nnd may not bo able to play again I tills season. I Score: Tl. n. E, I Philadelphia............ 7 j Cincinnati............ 0 llnblicll and Wllhrow; Rln Wingo. Argonaut rugby team held a success- night, presi- dent. PACIFIC COAST Oakland 2, Seattle 3. Salt Lake 11, Los Angeles 5. Vernon 14. Portland 3. Sacramenlo 1, San Francisco 8. VETERANS PROTEST EMPLOYMENT OF BARMAIDS nployment of bar- 'J hotels and public 0 and Winnipeg SasVa- ?'e (Liverpool, At I. At Hc-gino: Calgary liegina 2. At Monso Jaw: Edmonton y, Moose [Jaw 7. LIVERPOOL, Aug.' former service men here are protest- Ing against the employment maids In the clty'a houses. When a deputation waited on the tommitleo of the Liverpool illrewers and Spirit Merchants Assoc- I latlon. one of the men stated that if the barmaids did not give place to service men action would he taken as would force tbe women ont. There are about barmaids employed In identification as Mrs, Katberlne Lou Jackson of Stiirgls, Miss., and the location of A. A. Tatum. whose name, and a Detroit-street address were found marked on tho trunk which concealed the crime- for more than a month. At 105 Harper street, Detroit, Tatum was unknown but someone there told detectives lhat ti.yoimg couple known as Mr. auil'Mrs. E. Loroy had disap- peared from that address about June 10, the date on wbicb tbe trunk was shipped to.New York'. Trunk Cheek Found Tho publicity given these two names Lcroy DR. ROLLER SAVES BABY BOY Former Wrestler Performs Caesarlan Operalion at New York. I There ts ;i new boy baby town. His mother Is Mrs. Marcus i Italy, Jr.. and the child was brought i I into Ilic world yesterday by means of! .a Oi-sarlan operation, performed at! llho Hadium faiiltariurn. savH Iho Now Vurk American. The operation was cuccessfiil, unil both mother anil son j are rennrteil to be In excellent condi- lion. j "iirs. iiniy was born Lcla von llar-i ronrtch In Vienna and was formerly f tho wife