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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta six THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD .MONDAY, AUCil'ST, 30, 1920' BRINGING UP FATHER By VH--C I IF XOO'D IIS LOVE The Place of Good Tastes SILVER GRILL C, E. MOORE, MGR. Corner Fourth Avo. and.Fifth St Snow got sate on first when the catcher dropped the third strike and made a had throw. Kohwor fouled ;out to ncld'on third and Courier bit j lo second, forcing Snow nnd hoius thrown out at first himself. Giants vs.. 'Lfethbridge, Eckstorm Park, at 6.00 ALL-STARS PLAY TIE GAME WITH DARKIES; WEATHER HANDICAP The box score: Tanner, p..... 3 Singer, 2b........ 4 4 4 AB.K.H.PO.A.E. Held, Sb. Royd, c......... I Cordon, Ib..... Darkies did not score in the iJUt'thC local' boys 'collected four hits i Jackson, It Ewmg. cf Stone Had Hard fu Hit (Or three runs. Bond Caught Good Boucher started Ihc fireworks with! Scottie, rf........ 3 f. if bnlVonc in the gume. Snow and bclr.vcilzer Injured. Hp 'far.out in the leftl Gets a Homer. j Held. Hoiman got safe when I Ureen. cf...... i Schweitzer, If... i Tralicfc. If..... Huff, Ib....... Snow, ss...... Rohwer, Ob..... Houcher, 3b. Holmau, rf. Pl.iylns in a hitler cold wiud tluu was uncomfortable for both the fans mid ILIC (ilaTors. the VYinmiicy Giants end the Leihhridgc All-Stars finished a rii'Iuiiingfi game Saturday evening v.iEh a of nine '.ill. The weather A'ar. far too cfjlll for (be huys to put uny jiep inlcj tho panic and it also ma'e-riiiliy on the. attendance, al- taore was a cornforlaulc crowd in tho srandstalicl. Sloue pitched good hall all the game tnd was aolc to withstand the cold much holler than Ihs Guv.il pilchtTS, Tenner ar.d Pate, ('ale was taken out in tho second innings and replaced by Tcunor. who started out ousbortElop: mixed tiiem .well. For threo 1 iunihss nolhins hut straight sioV were put up against tho local b'oys in that spell four runs were, in. The gurne was marred by an acci- r-dcot to Snow' and Schweitzer, which resulted in llsrvcr helng taken to Ms home. In fifth innings Pate hlt'a hall a yards Into ieil field and Schweitzer cam6 in for it with rush. Snow went after it from his position on .short ancl ihey collided receiving minor injuries his head and Know havins his face i-n'-" On Sundey Schweitzer had re- colored. Tied In First 1 'Hi'.1 Gian's went to hat first am wilii- lilts und two 'flelder's-choice unicks, put Singer across homo for iho only scoro. got. olio lili. making P. double to left. am! ficoruil Huff, who had sot safe on u 'fielder's choice, Schweitzer i-saciit al cccond on that play. third, let. imo through his legs awl Honil followed v.-ith.a three bag Stone slnglotl and the nest three rneii did .not do :r.iy 'damage. The Giants' then came back with two inn. Scottie started with a double to anil struck out. Sing- er .singled over second and lioyd did Ihe same.' Stone struck out two men in thiK innings ami allowed 0110 walk. The third innings for the locals was scoreless. The lead was taken by the Giants In the fourth whcui they put over three Jacksou died from Snow to lluC anil Ewmg cracked oul a double. Ecottle cracked oul u double and made a nice sfrTal to third, Bond he-. ing n little oft In his throw. Singer yut down a fielder's choice vvithout causing' any damage and Reid singled. Held was finally caught between sec- ond anil third when BoyJ put down a fielder's choice. Leihbrldge added oae ruu 10 Iheir score-in the fourlh.' Jlolman got safe on an error by Reid and came home on a passed ball. Bond struck out anfi to left, being caught second base TVhen Tonncr picked up a fielder's choice from Green. Schwelt-' zer ended the innings wticn he'hlt lo Tenner and was thrown out al first.: Tlio fifth innliiga was scoreless by both sides the sixth the Giants put Scoltic start1 ed off with a single lo left and Slone gave Tenner a' walk. Singer got a Hfo when Fralick failed to handle his drivo -and Reid placed a fielder's choice, Scollio went In on Singer's crack and Tenner was caught at home on the fielder's choice. Boyd 30 9 10 IS 9 AB. R.H. PO. A. E. Uond. Stone, p 0 0 (1 0 0 0 7 0 1 3 1 4 1 1 0- 0 0 1 3 --------0 31 9 9 IS 11 1 BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. NATIONAL LEAGUE Team Standings Won I-ost Brooklyn Cincinnati NBW York Pittacurg Chicago...... St. Louis Boston..... Philadelphia ED 66' 07 60 63 59 45. 53 'B2 C3 ,a Pet. .505 .553 .558 .505 .490 .481 .421 .405 by Flack and Terry resulted in the only run. Score: Brooklyn 0 6 0 Chicago 1 7 1 Grimes and Miller; Alexander, and O'Furrell. Boston Trims Pittsburg PITTSBURG, Aug. Effective pitching by Killinglm and timely hlt- Viting by his team mates, resulted in Q victory for Boston over Pittsbury, 5 0jiij 1. Score: n Iloaton............... 5 7 1 "iPitlsburg 1 a 1 Flllingim and Gowdy; -Hamilton, n lYusuer and Schmidt. i St. Louis Wallops Tailerders I ST. LOUIS, Aug. double by (McHenry in the eighth followed by JLavan's sacrifice and Heathcola'a single pave St. Louis u 5 to 4 victory over Philadelphia. It was May's flrst victory of the season. Score: Philadelphia 4 10 3 St. Louis............. 5 B 2 i G. Smith end WItherow: Jlay and Dllboefer. SUNDAY GAMES 'Cubs Win in 9th CHICAGO, Aag, double In. the ninth Inning sent Tyler home with run which gave .'Chicago a 4 to 3 over .Brooklyn in the flnM game of the scries.. Score: Brooklyn.......'.'. 3 11 2 ,4 9 2 Smith and Miller; Tyler and O'Far- rell. Giants Sweep Series CLVCINNATI. Aug; York made a clean sweep., of the series from the Reds, winning today 4 to 1. Hat Ties Up Title Off Tic in 'Hat This Evening MEDjClNE HAT, Aug. Medicine Hat Rolarlans tied up the series with Lethbridgc -Rotes for the Home cup on Saturday afternoon when they took two games frorn the Lethbridge team, having lost two to the Lethbridne boys In -that town on Wednesday last. The games were hotly con- tested before big crowds. play-off will be staged this eve- ning at 5.15, when Mulholland and Pennington vjill face each other on the mound. Following are the scores of the Saturday games: First oarne: R. H. E. Lethbridge 3 10 0 Medicine Hat 5 9-3 Mulholland and Wille; Penning- tpn and Rattray. Second game: R. H. E. Lethbrldgc 2 3 3 Medicine Hat........ '4 8 2 (Five Innings.) Ridpath and Sailer and Rattray. Darkies Play Last Game Tonight Good Crowd is Expected Witness Steve Seaman Real Giants To Tonight wilt see the last appear- ance of the Winnipeg Giants in Lethbridge. They will play the local All Stars at Eckstorm Park at 6 p.m., Steve Seaman will do the pitching for the locals and Bond will take his delivery. As proven'befoie the Darkles are able to put up r.s good a game as any fan want to watch trcm amateurs. .Tney arc un- doubtedly the best, that has hit I iibridje this .year ano aj the ivjcai were to play them a lie game Saturday night, a. hot contest is Iboked forward to to- night. Steve Seaman has-nct been do-p .Ing much pitching lately and should be in good'condition. If a rest will improve his Iron arm he should be In first class shape nnci the locals are depending much on his speedy delivery. WORK GLOVES ELGIN, III... AUE all m. We have a large stock of Work "Gloves" of all -weights and.; prices on hand, from Cotton Gloves to the finest Buckskin Glovesr Priced. quality. according to Berfc Kester's MEN'S SHOP Home of 20th Century ALEXANDRA HOTEL BLOCK ON THE CORNER TWO AUTO. RACERS BURNED BOY SPECTATOR K1LLEC SANTA ROSA, Calif., Aug. auto .racers, Arlo Bcatlie, 2C, pilot, auc Dclbert Walker, 24, mechanician, were burned to death beneath, their" and a' sr-vejvyeaVold, spectator, AL SIR BARTON BREAKS VYORLD'S RECORD SAti.VI'UUA HI'IIIXOS: new rcccrd for a :nlln and n was hero Cointnau'lor ,1.K.L. Sir llftrUin. cap- 'liir-rl Iho MiTcliantK and cnii' handican. rovcritfr; tho (lls- lancc ill 0-5. fr o SATURDAY GAMES 'Giants Beat-Red Champions CINCINNATI, Aug. Ihc Giants .wero oulhit by tho Reds almost 2 to 1, they were mo're suc- cessful in bunching their drives and won, -I to 0. Bnnton allowed 12 hits Reid when ho hit to second and was thrown out at first. Gordon struck out. Eventful Sixth Tlio All-Stars iiul over four Ir. the. sixth. The Ciant'i took a notion to I throw tin; hall all over the lot wilhUml walked Ihrec men, liul.tho chain result ihiil Doiirhcr auO llalniuii.j set ,1 runner lo third goUIng safaoii (MTors were nhtujuflcr (ho first Innins. Thd tccond score. Uoml stai-lcd tho .ItiltingiKariio was stopped hy r'alu in the (Irst ivliun he singled lo left nnd Stone tol-i inning, neither side' ocoring. Scori: lowed wilh a three-Kackcr. Ho re- N'cw York...........; I 7 2 inalncil :il thiril ivhile Green an'l Chirimmli......... 0-12 1 I'ralh'k 'went down on Infield plays] lienton and Smith; Kller and Alien. jniid was hroujlii. liunic when lluffi Chicago Shuts Out Brooklyn (toiibk'il. Snow linishod the gamei CHICAGO, shut he flew out to Kwlng in centre, j out Brooklyn, 1 to 0. O'Farrell's sin- Only one double play was madc.igle, Alexander's sacrifice and singles Score: New York 4 11 2 Cincinnati........V.. ..1 4 1 j Barnes and Bressler i and t. St. Louis Won Easily ST. LOUIS, Aug. LoulB hit j tho hall hard today, and'easily won I from Philadelphia S'.to 3. Scoro: I Philadelphia ___ 3 S 2 St. Louis.........i..... S 1G 0 Hubhell and Withrow; North and Dllhoefer. (Only two games 'iVashington........... 3 9 I Coveleskie, Morton and O'Neill; Courtney and Gharrity'. (No others INTERNATIONAL" AMERICAN lEAGUE Team Standings Jersey City 5; DuITalo.ll. Heading 2; Akron 1. No others scheduled. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Indianapolis 1-3; Columtms 4-4. Minneapolis S-i; Milwaukee (second aino called Olli, SI. I'niil K-Z; Kaiibas City 1-2. I.oulsYille-ToIedd, wet grounds'. Chicago...... Cleveland New Ytirk St. LuniB..... Boston Washington Delroll Philadelphia Won 74 74 77 Cl 57 52 :4S '33 Ixist 40 43 fiK 61 C4 Prt. fas .513 .471 .MS .3S3 More Tobacco for the Money SATURDAY GAMES Record Crowd si polo Grounds XKW YORK, Aug. Ablation for a btrlkc asalnst pitcher Carl Mays of the .New York club of the Ameri- can league has been 'ordered stopped hy President Han Johnson, according to an announcement by Colonel Jacob Huppert. one of lhc: owners of tho N'cw York dub. He Bald President .Johnson tohl him lhat ho hail sent ordure lo every club In tho league notifying them that the agitation for a strike Pitcher. Mays must coaso Immediately. Now York made it Iwo out at three from Chicago today hy winning, 3 to 0. Shawkey pitched a fine gamr) and was aided hy remarkable fielding. t The attendance was announced as a I little more lhan the record for a gumc at Iho Polo Grounds. Score: Chicago ,0 fi 2 .N'cw York 3 t; 0 Kabcr and Shawkey and St. Louis Druhs Soafon 11OSTON, Aug. SI. maile It three out of four with Boston hy 7 la Rohorry, who pitched his second contest, for St. Louis, hold Hoston to thrco hits and only one home player reached second, Score: 3t, 7 H C Dos [on o S 0 Dohciry Jind nillings; Harper, Hoyt and, Walters. Rafn Stops Two Games Only two Amerlcon loaguo games, others postponcil hy rain. SUNDAY GAMES Yanks Win NEW YOP.K. Aug. Ward's dou- hln In Hie ninth after he hail elnick out three today scoreil Ixiwla with the winning Now York defeated St. Louis 4 lo 3. Score; St. 3 10 1 .401 crcl'J; Mays and PACIFIC COAST Kranplsco 2-3: J.OF Sail Lnkc'5-4. Torlanrt 2-1: A'eruon 5-G, Koattlc-Oaklaml, rain. WESTERN CANADA Cal- At 1; gary 0; (called in 'sixth, Ilogina i. Al Moose Jaw-Winnipeg postponed, rainstorm. ing Third place 'was' ivon by James Ralph Mulford was fourth in Ed- ward O'Donuell fifth in and Percy Ford of Chicago, sixth, 'in Tom Alley and Gaston Chev- rolet finished seventh anil eighth but were outside the prize money. From the first' lap Do Palma main- tained his lead, setting Ihc (mce, al- though he was closely pressed at limes by Mulford. Murphy and Milton. Only a few seconds separated, Iho leaders, leaving the outcome in doubt until DC Palma crossed the tape, winning the Coho trophy, ?BOOO for first prize money and more- for leading each lap. Do Palmals average of 7f> 1-2 miles ;iii hour for Illy luitlrn 'illiitanco also t cstabllshCTl a new rtjourd. Ihe previous mark of. 77.L'.j milea having boon made bn Gil Anderson in 1915. I lly capturing seuond place Milton j won 250 points in the- A. A.. A. cham- pionship drivers' contest and went into first place. Tfic present stand- ing is: Milton, 1220 points; Chevrolet. 1050, and Murphy. OG5. A officially estimated lo number persons, the greatest In the history of the course, wit- nessed Iho JIlss Daisy Blake, the Walksrvillc sirl who was pl.ckcd up in an uncon- scious condition on the Walter-road, is improving and farm boy is in Sandwich1 jail charged ,wilh assault. Fourteen workmen of Ihe Corona Oil Co. wore drowned in the Paniico river, near Tamplco, when a barge Ihrjy were on was struck hy a tug and cut In Iwo. Service Station Service Station.for (he famous K-W Magnetos. All makes oi niaBnotos. generators, colls re paired. Foil stock of repair parts car- ried. 'All work guaranteed. MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. 518 Avenue South PHONE 735 PHONE 410 FIFTH STREET IN'ow York Shocker ;ind Canadian Associated foot hnll Imd n treincndous fond-ijff on Saturday, enormous crowds every-} where testifying [o fhu cnizf! for the ie. It was estimated that the regu- lar 33-leae.ue matches rtlono would draw halt n million fneclators, hut that numricr was exceeded by a quar- ter of n million more. Tlie atlendance tit Xc'.vcastl'j was [houranil. last year's first dlvir-loii champions drew with the local cluh. I JACK SHEEHAN SOLD TO BROOKLYN NATIONALS WINMPF.G, Aug. Sheehan, playing manager of ihe Winnipeg team In the Western Canada League, baa bean sold lo the Brooklyn Dodgers and will report on September 5. .He Is (in Inflelder. j, The slrongeat work qliocs that leather can malic. Tlioy are Itioal for any wor.hsnan, as they arc iujt UK> heavy lo carry arouiul but stjll enoustli In slanil hartl All (nir wcirl: shoes are tn.'ulu on the full fitting Miinson army last, assuring foot comfort to the wearer. Kvery pair la guaranteed and foujul defec- tive, we will return your money or' another pair in ex. change. Give us a Irlal for your next pair. to LOUIS KEEL SHOP OP FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES AND THE KLO11BHEIM SHOB OLH'iJK BLOCK ;