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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAClESIX THE HEKAU) TUESDAY, AUGUST 31, UP.FATHER By G. McManus The Place Good Tastes SILVER GRILL C. E. MOORE, HGR. Corner Fourth Ave. and Fifth St. Darkies Say Goodbye To Lethbridge With Victory Over Locals 0 Last Night's Game Featured By Several Sensational Snow Biffs and Ewing Grab Off Difficult Ones. Once again the Winnipeg Giants, Mi aggregation recruited mostly from around Chicago, proved their super- -lority over the Lethbridge All-Stars. The local boys went down to detest last night in a seven and-a half In- sill'ge'r" p nings game by a score at eight to five. The game was called of darkness and the All Stars did not have their half Ihe eighth inning. Six 'errors mads by the All-Stars counted badly against them. They made four of these errors In the first session and the Giants counted three ruus before anyone was retired. Snow was a hit wild and threw the ball around a bit: Rohwer .WED not onto Tils job and had wo errors chalked gainst him at the same time. Spectatcular plays kept the crowd lit good humor as well as Umpire Car- tiey, whose decisions formed the baoia 'tor' considerable friendly banter. It must foe .admitted, however, that he gave his breaks about evenly. Ewing, catching for tbe darkies, made a sen- grab of a foul fly. from Huff. While falling he caught .tho boll with-1 Jii a few (eel of .the grandstand, roll-j and came np with the'ball In. bis hand, Hnff being called out. Sloane's Good Work Sluaue won the affections of thej fans when, in the fifth innings he long fly from Ewhig and Ten- ner was neit to bat. He walloped a Ions one that made Sloane stretch, his legs. Sloane made a -beautiful one- hand catch of tho ball, when It was less than two feet from the ground. Previous to that Sloane had driven the only walk of tne game. Singles I by Bvans and Stone put Len around j the circuit. In the eighth the Darkies ran 1ntwo ruus but it was too dark for the field- ers to see the Tenner started off with a single and Boyd struck out. Singer hit a double and when Held coaied Rohwer Into the outfield after a high.onb. Singer made his hike, scoring the second run. BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. NATIONAL LEAGUE Boxing Opener Set For Sept 15 Two 10 Round Goes Top Bill -fr Classy Going Into Action Standings Won Lost 'The bos scon Tenner, ss. Boyd, 2b.' Held, 3b. Gordon, Irj. Pate, Of. Scotty, rf. Dunn, If, Ewing, c. ALL-STAKS-- Green, cf..... Evans, If..... Stone, 3b..... Snow, ss. Huff, Ib. AB.R.H.PO.A.E 2201 1010 2330 0 3 1 1 U 0 Cincinnati..... Brooklyn..... New' York..... Plttsburg Chicago St. 1-ouis..... Boston 'htladelphta 5 2 5 i 5 0 5 Q 4 0 4 0 4 0 4 0 07 69 '67 62 53 Gl 49 55 5S 63 63 07 73 Pet. .5C3 .557 i .517! .500 .432 .415 .411) Giants Drop Two PITTSBURG, Aug. oulhit in the first game Plitsburg won both games today with New York, 4 to 2 and 2 to 1. First B- H. E. New York 2 12 2 I Since the announcement- was made a week-or so ago relative to the opening of the boxing game in Lethbridge for the fall and win- ter season, the Lethbridge Sports Club have been the recipients of many challenges from some of the best boye continent. Jack who Is here lining up the opening card with Len has narrowed down the challeng- ers to two or three final choices, as the club Is particularly anx- ious to secure'the services of the best possible boys for the oppon- ents of George Ross and Joe Far? relJ. It has been definitely decided to lightweight champion cC Canada, is in line to moot Farrell, providing sat- isfactory arraugehients can be made. Farreil bars nouody at hia weight, and is anxious to take on Tail over the teniround-route. Just a. point on Joe Record, farrell, in Slay this year, Harrv Mansell, the clever mile 'liiglish rounds to a dra.w wilh Jimmy Wilde. Commenting" 011 this go, the Seattle "Times" said: LIP JOG Farrell earn- 'ed his spurs as uf lae ban- tams when he not "only outboied Hurry Mansell, the courteous little British bantam, but out-punched him. If ever a boy won a decision, Farrell won it. j The long and short of it was that Far Plttsburg Douglas, Perritl. .-Winters an d Smith; Carlson and Schmidt. Second H. H. -E.! New York 1 3 0. Pitlsburg.............. .9 nj Perrilt, Toner and Snyrter; Ponder and Schmidt. Cincy Back on Top CINCINNATI Aug.' broke its losing streak by .heating Boston 8 to 2 today! Score: "R- Boston............... 2 .10 1' 'Cincinnati S S 0 Scott, Oeschger and and Wingo. Cubs Win. CHICAGO, Aug. hits by Chicago behind erratic fielding gave the locals a 7 to 2 victory over Philadelphia today, i Score: K. H. K. 1 11 2, 'Chicago............... .7 13 0] Rlxey and Wheat; Vaughn and 'O'Farrell. stage two ten-round bouts on the rell surprised tho Seattle boiing fans by his ability. Mansell put up a great scrap, but he did not show-' that, he could .make Farrell miss iu their boa last'night. Eugene Corri would have done just what the Seattle judges dii it to Farrelt, or we must place the fampus English referee iu the false alarm class." It is safe to say that this card wil be about the best Ihe fans have had an opportunity of seeing for a num ber of-years. The date is set definite- ly for the night of Sept. 15th in .th opening show, In addition to a fine array of' preliminaries. In the main goes George Ross will meet Bert Hughes, the featherweight champion. last appear- ance was Gleichen Stam- pede before ttie Imperial Press when lie stopped. Benny Travers. In the seventh round. He has a wonderful rec- ord to "his credit, and the fans here may confidently look forward to'one of the' fastest bouts :eyer seen here when ROSE and Hughes meet in the ring on the night of Sept. 15th. And as for George .Ross, he's one of the prettiest and niost scientific boxers ever seen In He is out to stop Hughes and Kays he can do it. The second ten-round event between Joe Farrell and an opporienl yet to be decided upon.- Aler. Tail younger brother of Clonie -Talt, the Penniiigton of 'the 'Hal Rotes Pitches' Invincible Ball And Rotes Lose, 8 to 0 Majestic theatre. SpeciaJ accommoda- tions are being made for aboiit_two hundred good ringside seats, all of which will be numbered and reserved. Every- other seat in'th'e ;house will be reserved also. Seats for'the show will b'ecbh. sale one week in advance at different places but those 'fans 1 IT ing .out of town may make reservations of seats by phone a'long out lo centre field which.Pate Measurements Show They Arc did not successfully handle. Len Green made a nice play in the! sixth innings when Pate drove a long 1 lslted his camp. H was the biggeal audience since" started training here, Tbrei thousand per- sons saw him sin rounds wilh his sparring parlnera. Jack Dempsoy was given a bloody Bill IE AGUE Chicago Xew York Cleveland St. Ixmis Doston Washington nctroil Philadelphia Team Slandlngs Won I-ost 77 47 01 '58' 52 4S 4S SS C4 65 73. S3 Pel. .Gil .610 Lethbrirtgc Sang. 2b Morrison, ub Gillies. 11) Hidpath. ss Zub.ich. cf Wylie, c Prendergasl. If Seaman, rf I Medicine Hat Uallamy. if Clark, rf Hi I'ennington, AB R H I'D A E .475 1 1 0 2 1 2 0 2 1 2 2 0-11 3 0 25 4 S 15 S 2 Runs.............. 00110-2 Hils 00120-3 Medicine Runs Errors 0 1 1 0 Summary: Three-base hits, Preri- dergasl, Seaman, two-base hits, Bellamy. Hepple; stolen bases, Pennington, Trimble, Rattray; struck out, by Sailer 4, by Hidpath 4; first 0 i base o'n eirors. (.ethbridge 1, Medicine 0 lllat on bases, Lethbridge 2, 0 JMedicino Hat 6; earned runs, Lelh- ti (bridge 1, Medicine Hat 3; passed ball, 0 liattray; wild pitch, Sailer; umpires, 0 I Moore and Moore. ISliecial to me rleraiu; MEDICINE '.HAT, Aug. i Rotarv-Cup; which, was donated by Fred Up me. of the firm of Wilson and Home, of Lethbridge. for compelition" between teams represen- tative of.the.Rotary Clubs of Alberta., was this afternoon grabbed. by 'the local Rotarians. Junior champions of 'Alberta, in ia contest, played in hour and-ten minutes, the score ing S to.O. Alter, a double defeat at Lethbridge the'.lorals evened ny iit-i. series, here-Saturday-iu two close games. No for Pennlnaton The official'Bcorcr credited-Penning- ton wilh a no-hit game, though it lookefl to the .stand like a Hepplo being charged however wlth.an error. Each made, two-errors. Ttiff hurl- Ing for five 'innings; Ridpath for.one and Muliiolland tw_b. Not a visitor reached flrst till the one reached second.and a total of Ihree got. .Pe.mimgtqn had-eight-strik'e- Prendergasl. .six .and four. came in the BecoiHl.: Pennlirgtoii '.bit safely .and- went lo: bail heave toifirHt, but was taught: between third and' Pren-; dergast.J; Hepnie .was hit on the arm and Ballyk's. single filled the sack's. Sailer was hlt.by-aipitched ball after Uallray ;had fanned arid .Trimblo was forced Five runs came over in the fifth on a walk to Sailer, Bell- We Just Received Oiu- Fall Shipment of Borsalino Hats These Hats; are' recog-, njzed as.the best on the market. Worn" by the best dressers. See.- the styles in our Bert Kester's MEN'S SHOP Home of 201h Century Clothtnj ALEXANDRA HOTEL BLOCK ON.THE CORNER amy's Infield hil, Clarke's Iwo bagger, Moore'Bfhit; Peunin'gton'a safe Irip on a fielder's choice-which relircd Moore, toi .-right and Ballyk's hit to left. Bellamy got on in tbe sixlh with'a pop which fell short of Morrison iu an aUempted bunt; and worked to third on .CEarke's Jill to left. Afobre forced, Clsrke and Pen- ninglon's scorcher-to-cenlre scored jBellamy MAHONEV W1NS; die Mahoney, coast, light- -weight, defeated .Otto. Wallace, of Milwaukee, in 10 rounds here' last night." Mahoney floored Wallace threa' times. WESTERN CANADA (All games poslponcd, rain.) Because .myriads of cockroaches from the city dump at Huutlngton, W. Va., literally have taken possession of the home of Mr. and" Mrs. G. Prout, they abandoned it suing the city., 35 3 10 24 8 0 AD It H PO A IE Trimble, 3b Hepple, 2b Ballyk, cf Ratlray, c 3951 Sailer, ss P 0 15 0 0 Jones Sox Nemesis. 30 5 S'26 out for interference. BOSTON1.'Aug. deferitcrl ;hlcago for the fifth time this season by pitching floslon to a 4 to 0.victory oil ay. Score: H. H. Chicago f) 5 Boston 4. S 0 .Williams. Wilkinson and Sohalk; Jones anti-Schang. tleWer's choice and Singer gelting jn sparrirg hout 10 vvhen fanow waa crcdltei with an lhls He loxed two Tim local boys made lliclr first score half. Huff crossing the plale on Sloane's loiig drivo to centre. Snow's i-iomer nejt three innings were score- less for Ihe Darkies, but in the third the All-Slars put in two runs. Seaman hit a double art! Green singled. Sea. man coming homo and knocking the ball out of Ewjng's sraap in a collision rounds wilh each of Ihrce flghlers. Miske Takes 'Lay-off BEXTON HAIUJOK, Aug. Be- cause of a fear of growing stale. Hilly Mlsko, challenger for the world's heavyweight title, planned today lo drop all work with Ihe fitoves for day ,at least. The challenger may be forced to suspend boxing for two or three days !no i Evans went out from as a result.o! opening an wound third lo, first Rfid Stone singed, scor- Lcii. Snow flew out to lluiin and thco.-Swing, made- liis sensational catch of Huff's foiil. Only'six men faced: Singer In tho next two innings and scoring s'.arlcrt in the sixth. Five men faceil Seaman in Ihis session with a one-run over his loft eye in training ycaler- day. Miske suffered a alight cut when a negro sparring partner butteO him. Champion Jack Dempsoy is rapidly rounding Into condition. He boxed the last four rounds of his glove aes sion in a heavy downpour of rain yes- Cleveland Wins Aug. Runs Hits 202 12111 Krrors......i) 0000000 0 E iMerlicine Hat o f Huns 1 Hits Errors Summary: two-base hils, Sang, Morrison, Pen nlnglon: nacrijlce hits, Kang, Wyllc, Hallray; stolcii basos, Mooro, 1'en land defeated three Washington 2. Trimble .2, liallyk; Sailor: o a bases on lulls, off Pennlngton 1, oft Score: H. KJ.Mullioll.iml 4: lilt by pitched ball, by Cleveland Washington XEW YORK, Aug. ic changes possible dally In both 3 j major league pennant races, which were tightened up another notch as a result of yesterday's contesls. The New York Americans jumped into sec- oml place today ahead of Cleveland, wilh Chicago, which did not 1'Iay, in first place with a lead cf only a game 0 0 2 0 8 1' 0 0 a 1 anl' a 30212300 The Brooklyn Nationals lost again Chicago and only retained first Three-lms'e hit, Hldpath; I place through New York's third straight victory over Cincinnati. Brooklyn Is only one Rame ahead of its Uvo rivals, who are virtually tied for second place. RETREADING Get tire.rclreadei! by us.'We are .expert tire men.. We Are Also-Experts In tlor.Jl Work, Broken etc. We are here to give service. Spe- cial service to out-of-town Express paid one way.' Leth- brldge's Leading Lethbridge Vulcamziiig Works PHONE 16 E. CHAPLIN, Ltthbrldge; LETHBRIDGE BRANCH AT MACLEOD .712 3rd AVE. 3, B, CHAPLIN, Macleod. S 2 6 (Jaldwcll and O'.VcllI; Shaw, Tliem lor, X-achary and Oharrlty. 0 renninglcu by .Mtilhol- laml (Sailer slnick out, by I'en- PHONE 656 nineton 16. by Mulholland 9; first base on errors, Ixjthbridge 3; left on Ttge; PHILADKLPHIA won a free hilling g; delphla toiiay 9 In 5. Delrolt Philadelphia bases, l.elhbriduo S. Medicine Hat 10; j ers [earned runs, Lelhbrldge 3, Medicine IA. Aug. {'f'5: out. uy Hatlray 2, by! ing game from I'hila-.Wyllo 1; passed ball.AVylle; umpircs: M. If. 17 d 5 10 2 and Slanago: Ilommell. Perry and Perkins. Mulholland, rt Sang, us Morrison, lit Olllies. 2b York-St, I.ouls. poslponed rain. I Seaman, Lang and Mnoro. K-! SECOND GAME AB It II PO A K 3 0 !i 0 0 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION iuidinith, p addition for the Darkles. Eoyd singled lerday. Dempsey's legs are beginning but was finally caught when Reid to assume'spider-like proportions and Gordon's' grounil- rfi-.ijli', Singer homo after a double the thin roll of fat that was in evi- dence around his wrislline when lie liacl been accomplished by Singer started training has entirely Held. Snow's homer WHS the oniy score pcarftd. Promoter Kitzslmmons nounced today thai Walter Kdi at the' nlxlh for the All-Stars, and in jof Chicago had been agreed upon as the ific local hoys got another the. official timekeeper for the Labor Orefn got home nflrr Day match Indianapolis 5, Columbus Minneapolis 5, Milwaukee 1. St. Paul 8, Kansas City 4. (Only Ihrce scheduled.) INTERNATIONAL Jersey City 6-10; Buffalo 6-S. Baltimore 8; Itochcstcr 7. Akron 4-2; Reading 0-' (No ot'iicra scheduled1 [1'rcinlergast, 31> 1 110 FIFTH STREET JlC'liclr.e Hat nellamy. 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