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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAKE SIX THE LrTTFBRIDGE DAILY HERALD .SATUHUAY, AUGUST 28, 192 troll. .322. Pirate, Slugger Hears Hornsby .NicbolaOD of Plttsburg' la giving; Roger Hornsbv- of St. Louis, a hard run for balling honors In Ibe National leagne. The Pltltburg oulflclder has batted himself to within four nolntc o[ the SI. Louis star, who Is'topping the list with an average pt .367. Nich- olson's mark Is -303. A week ago _ oln at Ihe bollpin of the second- batting Ih'Et 'season, but both failed no run lo sel "-elected to their places, which we're. taken by Cardiff, formerly In the Southern league, autl Leeds Unit- a new club. Kelts Cotinly and Sheffield Wednesday, Ihe. lov.'esl in tha Drst .division competition last year, descended to the second divi- sion. Tottenham Hotspur and Ilud- dersSold Town arc promoted from tho second lo the first division: Nicholson passed nousch of Clncln- nsli for third place nnd in tbi Evans Falls Down Slairs and Suffers Concus- sion of the Brain 5JEC1NA, Aug. "Rube" Evans, BASEBALL Major Minors ResiJtsand League NATIONAL LEAGUE Drooilyn Cincinnati New York Pittsburg-... Chicago ;'.v -1 St. Boston'-, r: Philadelphia Team Standings Won. Lnst. I SO 50 53 CC 71 Pel. .5SO .559 ,S51 ,.513 ".4SS .415 CEORG1E ROSS rancouver baiilam. who will ba in action asainet Deri Hughes hero in the ili'st. carnival .lex'tfmonth. Meet Ross In Title Go When Hie first "boxing, engagement unip Cubs-Agaln made ill two straight from Chicago by ulng toduy; G to'3. Score: R. H. E. Brooklyn i; II 1 Chicago......'.'........ 3 11 2 Ifeffer and Mlllen Ilendrli. Car- ter and O'Karrell.. Pirates Win Handily T'lTTSllURO, Aur. iron Ireni Bostoa today, S to 1. Soorci f n. If. E. Boston...............-. 1 7 2 Pittsblirg............. 8 12 0 Oeschscr and O'.N'elll; Cooper and Schmidt.-. i ..i. Giants Beat Cin'iy In Vork pullcd Cincinnatrorif'bt Eral place to- day toy winiiins game bf a double-header iu 17 Innings by n. score ot C to 4. Doth teams hit freely at the start but the score" was tied from Uie.Gth to the-17th. rwhen New-York 'scored two runs. The second game went only live Inning? and was called on account of neither side having scored: First game: N'ow York Clncinliati H. B. 2 Nehf and Fisher and'Allen, of Iho winler senaon Is stRged bare the other. Bancrotl of New York In Ihe number i stairs at Ihe lime of Of ruiis scored- Each has wishing lo turn on the lights he course, is one. 76: limes. up in the dark. In some mcnner training. tVllllams of Philadelphia, for the' second week, failed lo add lo his home run total huL is well in the lead wilh 13.. Jlai Carey of JPHUiburg tacked on; three stolen basu the week and la showing the way with 45. Other leading SI. I-ouls, .330; Youne, New Vot-k, .326; King, New York" .323; fCoietchy, Brooklyn. .330; J. Smith, St.' lAnlB, .315; llollochcr, 'Chicago, .318; Duncan, Cincinnati. .C1C; Wil- liams, Philadelphia. .315; MJCTK, Brooklyn, .31S.' 7.. Wheat, lironlilyn, Public Insistent On Early Slarl Soon Be Ycar-Kound Football Mr. Archibald Carson, clcik the Division Court at UnEEcll, Out.. for the last 50 years, a former And Hcrt Hughes Jack Waterman received the good word yesterday that Hughes would sign np for a battle with Ross he Elumbled and fell backwards and when picked up by Jlr. Speas was un- conscious. He revived sufficiently to tell his manager how it happened and was fuahed lo Ihe hospllal. This about Sept. 7 or S. afternoon It waa reported that he was Hughes Is tiie nndlapUed bantam- utill unconscious. weight champion of Canada' Only Score: Philadelphia St. Louis Meadows and Wheat; Schupp, hero, and would leave for Uilhoefer- AMERICANi'llEAGUE pitching tor the local boys. Every- one knows .That, Stone Is a He has done some splen- did patching' during 'the past sea- son In Lethbrldge and as he has had a good rest lately he should be able to put up a good game. O'Cinnor will lake his delivery. Next Friday and Saturday Leth- bridge fans will Eee anulher-cut- side team. Wycliffe, D. C., ag. gregation will come give the local boy's a run for thtlr money. GOLF will bo in interesting playdnwn of the four. K-lnijors: 30-hole- matches. um- pire, spectators, caddies, and every- thin'. Vardon.and Ray Win It makes most ticeilenl readiug, at j least lo me It does, tie press reports! and EyntffMio. stories of the Vardon-' Raj- march, of. victory. It's funns-1 when you refer to the early summer] forecasts to rend how patronizing payers of .our beloved neighbor wert to .these two Old, Cfiiintry golfers.: Ves. they were past their prime, dod- 1 (k'rlng alons In their old age. There! was a note o[ warning to the public, i LUI to expect too much from the! lliey were old timers. Vardon I was a man over 50 They bad played I snlf tor many, many years, before I many of their OKU golfing stars were iiorn, citing "nobby" Jones and I "Chick" Evans us examples. It was also iulniltlcd thai Vardon had won the American open, bin ngalu, that was yejrs ago. j Vardou ami nay had been in a I three-cornered Uu willi Oulmet. flt .i later dale, liut the native son. uy nervt. unllluchlr.s splrll and youthful imionsclousuess by nnro Americanism, .as If hail And so while nil America would bid tlieni ii-clconie for tholr sports- manship. and for the glory of their farmer triumph's. slill.. America had a sreat bunch or young golfers Hint had added much lo the lustre of Hie and so conceding them hull In ll'eir inflniililes of years there wasn't much chance of them pulling oft anything sensational.. America bad been content to learn, liiil now she had mastered the game and was mindful of Her duly as former students to look with benignity and in all friendliness Unon the old masters who were visiting these shores on oh, a farewell tour before they crept Into their shells and lay me doon to Darkies Will Play Here Tonight Stone And O'Connor Will Be (he Battery for Tonight- Expect Good Game Since'the bajebill league slop- ped, interested parties have been giving Lethbridge fame high class baseball by bringing in outside learns. The from Winni- peg have made a big hit In-Lclh- bridge and they will be on the joo tonlght'-in Eckstorrn Park- They will also be seen In scllon on Monday but turn out tonight to n see a'good game. .Stone will be dD.m'c-u1 Hie old Drillsli bull dogs. dee.. Yuii'gcl the idea. They were i nice men, and play: paired. Full il.jc'K of car ricil. All work guaranteed. MAGNETS RECHARGED Roy Electric Co. 613 4th Avenue South PHONE 735 The Save Money By Buying Clothes With a Reputation You cannot go wrong if you buy 20th Gcjilury Clothing, every suit tail- or made. Backed by the maker's guarantee. Priced from Bert Kester's MEN'S SHOP Home of 20th Century Clothing ALEXANDRA HOTEL BLOCK ON THE CORNER tlelnc for first place, so 111 stay back with Iho bunch that tie for second place." So "Chuck" Hay savs Harr; Old.Top, but 1 ain't sc'.ns lo esteut" rn3selt old dear, u mnrglu of one v ill ho about rite, what say! Then It will make theso young think that if: they keep on practising for another' score years they'll be pretty gooii." Old Harry, says Eddie, ihera giving us a nice time so don't ruu R In." Win >iy a stroke." So that's what come olf. These tv.u old Bull clofja cleans np on the pack and the roung guys can hardly hold a. golf stick, their nails teing Wtlcn lo" the (juicli. Good old Vnrdon Eliil INTERNATIONAL Toronto S-l, Jersey Cltv 1-C, fi llochestcr 4, neadinE "3. Dalllmore-Akron, others Bchedulcd.) Jlllwnnkeo 3, Minneapolis one game, today.) tlic dose al the noit city lo.have ,a; 12000.00 guarantee i for their appearance. They collects the clnb purses that's fceen put up for side money, for beas ball, anil use this Rmall change for "buying loHacco as 'liey needs a Ihey smoke all I -e And one day they took a -.1. ilo tliree days olf and goen to a noli liee called (lie American Open. Al Hcgina: Edniohton'2', Hcgina''S At Moose Jav: Winnipeg 2, JIooso Jnw 13. At Sashaloou: Calsary 1, Saska. loon G. and this Is what comes off: Hay wins it easily, but .Vnrdon says to him: 'They ain't no use of rubbing It In "Cliuck." 1'se won. It once, go ahemi me lad. you're a year younger than me.'- They's no cenls fn us botli 'PACIFIC COAST Oakland 3, Seattle S, Sacramento -I, San Francisco 6, Salt Lake 2, Los Angeles 3.', Vcrnon-Portlaud, BARRY IS WORLD'S SCULLING CHAMPION LONDON'. Aug. soclated Harry won Iho sculling chaniplohsblu of lha world from Alfred Felton loday by la The strongest work eliocs that leather can make, They arc Weal ahucs for iiiiyworhmon, as Ihcy lire not loo heavy lo carry around but still strong enough to aland liurrt iisase. All our work eliocs arc made on Iho genuine full filling Mimson army Iflsl, assuring foot comfort (o Itio wearer. Kvory j.alr is guaranteed and If found rlcfcc- live, we will return your money or another pair In c.v diango. .Glvo us a trial for your noxt pair. to LOUIS KEEL SHOP OP FASHION fin A FT CLOTHES AND TUB FLOIISHEIM SHOE OI.IVFHl BLOCK 318 FIFTH ST, 110 FIFTH STREET ;