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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 3AGE SIX 11115 LKFHBUinGli lUUA' HERALD, JULY BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus NO- UOTEN A> LOT Or KILLED We Always Arrange for Special Service OB Sundays You'll Your Meal: here tomorrow. THE 8ILVER GRILL N. H. MURRAY, MANAGER Cerntr Fourth Ave. and Flflh BLUES GO DOWN TO REDS IN HARD TOUGHT CONTEST ;League Game Resulted in One to Nothing Score at -VdamsParU Last Crowd; Saw Two Strong Tetms ISiltlc For Placed Ihcir Bisf of Season. BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. NATIONAL LEAGUE IRfFES FAIL WHEN PIGHT FOR FIRST COMES McLean, Stone, 'Maekle, 'Furlong, iari up high scores, but owing lo tho .M-------- handicap Vero not able to the day's playing. fes was served In the afleruoon... WILL TRAIN CREW -P.C. :V :tC -27 BENNY KAUFF IS TRADED TO TORONTO Fragments again took the Xorth Lethbridee United into camp. Tho 'Neds by a score one- to r.oth- fits last iilglit at Adoa.b! Park in a liat should have been a score- less event. Billie Llnning nmilo a jibleiidid Wck from far out in front dt tlic soal in the first half thai wcs ioo high am! fast, for a person as 3niall as Tanibor'to handle. Tainbor "reached the ball but was to stop it :l It easily the holest contested (amo of this season. The TJbrtU Leth- .Bridge boys jml up the best game ;liley have played this year and made .the Fragments play hard for .every Inch of the field. Tha'-Blues were im- "proved considerably through Walton's playing, playing the left position among tie half backs. He played hard referred to is tho continued klcfcius of the ball out of play. On. several occasions last night tills was done from, the centre'of the field. About Players Kane played a good game at back but -Anderson was a little off his Hrookiyn St. Louis Boston. PittEbnrg Now York Philadelphia 35 29 '30 '31 3H 31 36 3S X -622 U .500 .471 .307 Split Even NKW YORK, July. Yorl; and Uostou divided a double header NEW YORK.. July trade of Benny Kmifi. Xew York outfielder, for Outfielder Vernon Spencer of tbo Toronto Internationals, vi-ns annoiiuced here last night br Secretary J. J. O'Brien of the New York Giants. Spenctr is expected to report Bankers Walk Away With Game Giving Them Hundred and Fifty 1'oint Lead on City Bass- ball League; Was a Case of -Youth vs. Experience. usual form at kicking. II. Unning, j [no Braves whining .the first jll.tctrTn lafl tnr lllj, T.V.1 frit c liaul _. I outside left lor the fragments, :auie always been a favorite vith the t'ho seTOni, n to 4. 9 to 7 In tl innings-and Now nohvrer. Uonnc-ll 2. Jtosb L', 2; struck out br Mulholland 7. by-Itums- worth 2, by Morrfsou 1; double plar.j Thomas to Muckie; passed -balls, Sang 2; wild pitcliea. Jlulbolbnd 1. Morrison. 1. Diuisworth II; bases on i halls, off Mulhollawl 1. off Duuswprih oANDl HOOK, N. J., July I.' 3, off Stono 1; hl( liy.pilcjicr, by. Stone, I will be no more races between the Hose; Ui'nnl.rb, Wray., I Shamrock challenger for the Am- erica's cup, and her 33-icetro Irlal horso, Sir Thomas Liptoii aflaounccU here early today. The reason given by Sir Thomas lor abandonment of the competitions.was tbat iu rnuc'j time bad been wasted In experimenting with the Marconi top- mast rig now in the discard, that littlo time rcmaius to train (he challenger's crow of forty men. tators ana ,ast night he proved a dan-i tmlesl. ,vas InarIiCll bv gorcus man against the .North Lclh-1 flvo j.om., ruQC bridge. Repeatedly he made' >.-._'n n l hils, iii- riins. taking the ball to a positidii where he placed close to coal in the centre of the field. Nothing further need he said about Uillf Winning's playing, bat left; man on tlje j half back line put up a strong game.. Dunn, Knox. and Allan, tbe other men displayed fine combination Boston New YorV Oesdigcr. ScolL Killingini and GoW- dy: Xehf; Douglas. Beflton and-Smitbl 1 Second EoEton i; New York whenever the opportunity presented fight from start to finish. Even Play (itself. As they, were pressed hard by no stag'e or'ihu play could it be I the'Xortii LethlVfidge men they did that the game was a one-sided not get away on very many, occasions, affair. Tho Fragments made a num-j The forwards of the' North Leth- her of kiCKs at the North tethbridEe bridge. Kennedy, Thompson. Appleby, LEAGUE STANDING j IV. L. Pel. Cankers 1 o .TOO Kotarlans...... 0 4 .555 Miners.......... 1 .500 Ki C.'s 16 .112 NEXT Club vs. Miners at Adams even- Inf. July oth at G.4.3. Bankers 17, Rotarians 3 To get within striking distance of the top 6t the league and thei! lo American Tournament on Cily Courts Proved Interest Was Keen Miss D. Sang, and Arnold flaworth were the'chaufpEons In the American tennis' louriiament held on ;thc city courts on Dominion :Day] They came GOLF FINALS BHAL'ONSFIELD, Que., July tho links soaked by a.uigbt'b downpour of rain and a storm ening, the final of the Canadian championship between C. B. Grier. of. -Montreal, and .T. Glllespic, of Cal- gary, began this morning. The 'final round consisted of 36 hoiefi, IS to Uc played'in the morning.and- Ihe re- mainder in the afternoon. "cradi'tiinler the strain" was the sad I oul on top of Iho handicap eveut with espericnca of the itularisns iii. theirj US points. Miss-Robinson and li. Ijall lusBlo with the league leaders al last night: It was a Scott, Hearae and O'Neill; Douglas and ?raitb, Snyclcr. Brooklyn'c 4th Straight June Brooklyn fourth straight'game by beat- goal, forcing Tainbor to make some I Karl and N. Gurr also played good Philadelphia 1 7 2 splendid saves and the Korth Lellv combiualion. Norman Giirr Eecmed j Urooklyri S bridge boys put Mcllvena in some] to be taliirtg the game much easier, Causey and Wheat: Puffer and El- dangerous'water on a number of oc-tlfaau has been his custom in the past. Holt.' J--' casioas but were unable to put tb.ciLa.kie, the hand, man'on'the. ball '.tbrough Ihe 'goal. The playing of the" forward line cf the Blues was much''better than on former-occasions .Applehy Avas.in the game.more than vrheri ih'cy" irist" the .Fragments iu tlie Scolt Cup fixture, t Onei regrettable feature of the gams was, the apparent impossibility of some of the Fragment players lo be clean. They'-seenied to be after Apple- by. Billy Linaing was the star man at this wort; and was ahly assisted by Knoi.. Up to Ihe present the Frag- ments have played as clean f'-.otball as any of. the other teams but last night the players mentioned were cer tainly out of their element. Criticism of Appleby'B playing was faintly but, if he was doing anything thai, Mas not c'.can, very few of the syectalors eaw it. "Another unsportsmanlike action that has been growing more frequent with practically every team is the stalling once they gain a" lead. That' may bo considered "good football" tactics but it is not 3PORT. Fool- ball in Lelbbrldge Is supposed lo be -played for Ibe sport of the affair and should not degenerate into-a cut- .throat affair. This fact that has been mentioned on this page before Is no mora common to the Fragments than some other learns bnl in last night's same it was done so deliberately thal it cannol be passed. The aclion laic.liack' is improving every Ch2ir.pi Win in IHh. CINCINNATI. July National Bat Leader is Hitting Leads. A. Ruth Has 21 Homers' CHICAGO. July Hornsby, tbc St. Louis star, banged out MB IQOth hit of -liio season "Jh Wednes- 'day's gnuie --the Drsl-player to touch., the ijHoruflby slipped slightly' iif nil baiting, 'but vs. experience, and Eckstorm Park case of youth youlh The Bankers won by the lopsided score of 17 to three U easy fdV the Hankers with Slone pitching. He allowed but three hits, struck out seventeen riien. and pulled hlmeelf out of innumerable holes into which his team-mates got him by untimely bobbles. Time alter time !he Rolea got meu on second or third and Stone liept them from producing the-lilt which., meant runs. (That's- about, all ;tliere' ie.lo Ihe Young were second with 106 were third with-100. and Miss Johnson and S.. Freestone The. tournament commenced on time in the morning with a, good, at- tendance. Although tho day was hot interest in the affair was intense ail morning and afternoon. Some bril- liant playing -.Via iViiiteaaeJ and a number of the men, paired together, I Eirl. the hacks, were worie.l hard all the game and kicked well, The players..were U.1 Tainbor llarriiion I.a'sle Kennedy Karl Knox Liiining Kane Tennant Thompson Earl A. Appleby Gnrr Dunn and Wingo. St. Louts Shuts Out Piri'.-t LOUIS. July St. Louis de- feated Plttsliurg 3.. to 0 today, Doak holding the Pirates safe- all the way. Pittsburg 0 6 0 St. Louis S 6 1 Ilamlllon. Meailer )oak and Dilhocfcr. and Schmidt'; Allan Linning Dunlop Anderson Mciivena FRAGMENTS AMERICAN LEAGUE New York Cleveland Chirago Washington Boston St. Louis 44 39 33 31 S3 Loel.-..P.C. 23 .661 22 .667 BREAKS WORLD'S MOTOR BOAT RECORD 2S 29 35 44 C. C'S WIN CARDSTON i GAME Xclhbridgc Boys Win Their First Game Since Team was Reorganized; Played .Crack Aggregation The Club boys have their stride and on Friday put down one of thc beat amateur organl- TORONTO. July Toronto Globe this morning publishes the fol- lowing from Burlington, Ontario, dat- ci] yesterday: 'Misa Toronto 11. broke the world's record for one mile by motor boal here today with an average speed offi- cially announced as 67 MO miles an hour. "Her os'Her e'xpecls that she will reach a speed of more than 70 mile; an hour -when sho has undergone fur- ther tnnigg Philadelphia .532 .532 -.492 .485 .323 .260 to Ihe iionoy Lenders. .1 .-ru :rt T r I nutes i.'ruau nuu LIIU run uuiuj lion to this record -life-, SI. .Louis tnE oa, scssl me J M orite is slianng rn.vscor.ng hollamlJKeni at flrst. 3 m witji May Hack, .ofr Chicago, fca.-li u two over Schweitzer's head.1 registered.40 timea.: -_ Morrison vroduced one Bood.tor tlireo bags, and Itowher sent anotiicr into centre with .McLean misjudged, letting it go through his hands. This chased llircc over Ihc plale. That Cy alatnmcd uiiv-Tarjpth'er 1 rurOvhich gave out- hom'e Chicago, -sharing White Sox Erratic CHICAGO, July fielding by Chicago coupled with opportune hilling, gavo SI. Louis a 7 to 5 vic- tory over the locals in 10 innings. Bt.'Loiils.............. 7 H ft Chicago 5 10 3 Shocker and Scvereid; C. WIllianiB and Schalk. Yanks In First Place Tie PHILADELPHIA. July York moved Into a tie for first place RETREADING "Gel vour next tire rolreadec) us, Vvft ara cipen tire :nnn. We Are Also Experts in Sec- tional Work; Broken Beads; etc. We are here to give service. Spe- cial service to out-of-town Express paid one way. Leth- bridge's Leading Retreaders. Lethbridge Vulcanizing -Works PHONE 1664 E. CHAPLIN, Li LETHBRIDGE BRANCH AT MACLEOD B. CHAPLIN, MacliOi.' honors with ilornsby week_ as runner-up to the elongated outfielder, also1made a home run, breaking Ihc lie St, Louis man and nine- ing himself one behind Williams. Thc catchers and pitchers seem un- abla to stoii Max Carey, the fleet-foot- ed Pittsburger. on the pallia. He is showing Iho way to'Iho base sleal- ers with 'la. I Other leading halters: B. Smith, New Vorli, .364: Nichol- son, riltaburg, RoljcrtBou, Chi- cago, .332; Daubert, Cincinnati, .325; Williams, Philadelphia, .325; Cniiso, lioslon, .K2; Roiisch. Cinclunall, .321; Kelly, New Yorlt, Myers, Urook- lyn. .313; Flack, Chicago, .318. Tbe hatting of Baho [luth, the home was Ihe las! of thu Roles. Only, ono hit was registered off Slono after this frame. Mulholiantl produced u liingle in the ee'venlh but died, on second. .Mul.hollaml essayed to unfold his do livery for the edification of the fan and did very well till the fifth. In this frame however ho hlew, after five hits, a couple of fielder's choices and a wild heave hy DunEworth hail itelted six runs. UunEworth then at- tacked the mound job out couldn't locate the plate. He finished the fifth and Marled the sixth, hut after two wal'xa and tsvo wild heaves ho der- ricked himself and Cordio Morrison slanted them over lili tic end of BISLEV ENTRIES DROP LONDON. Canadlah AsEo'ciated entries consjileroblo decrease for the king's, prize.. There are 621 against for last year; for prize 561 against 814: for Queen Mary's rrfzo asalnet rtsj for lljc i lhe last "f thc tcnl1' stock nxclipngfi -127 C'j.4." and for the Alexandra prize 4QS iicalnk 'SJ1. Tlio tol.il rnlrlcs nuai- Imr ".'150 last year. _......._.. York Anicrl-i with-Cleveland today by taking the fourlh game oycr Philadelphia 7 lo 4. NCR- York............. 770 .....uu 4 10 3Jors ii'i ilij'ublc-hcader with Phila- Thorm.ihlen tidil-Hannat; Harris, d'elphla Insl which gave Hasly and I't-rkh'i. him a total o! 24, only five behind Red Sox Win in 10th. 1 Iho wwld's record which he made July hy Will last year. In miilltlcju to cracWng out and llooprr DOKton a in to Bihomo rnns. lluth is steadily climbing victory over Washington with one] ID ihe lav .irnous the', bailers of the Is quite satisfied. v.'lio linvt [ij.or more TILDEN WIMni-FIDOX July Tlldeit. of I'lillndcliili'la, twn tcr.nls rlun -William T tho Brit- glen on the burls I'iitl zatlons in southern Alberts, thc Cards- ton team. Tho Lethbrldge boys, after] h'--lhc ft light same, caino on top of a i round. to G score. loday. He rie- rjf AuslrK- llio eliylleiigc !l IS lUcstcr. 10. J2 li lin is 2ft points be- Phaw. Nnyrttr. liinrt Tris and SchacM and Olimrily: Jones, Jncltsou. nl >vho; arp land sharing th'j liniuir Of'r'unners-Up Cleveland Sislnr. IIi4 St, star, who DKTMOIT, July a hard lillUrg Is Spe'olioriRBd Jackson I rally in iho thiril innms when i'n'jy'nrc j knorkcil oul of Ihc box, Clove-i llulh, bcsiilrs iiin process with Ihc "land i (milled today's game. Dc-trrjii 11 j CdVdrsMe ir.SVIll; llnuss, Ayurs and Ktiiniigo, firat lo cut off Schwellzer and Kvnns' Ivo haggor. j Cheese Hfilpath war, not on deck lar.t night and his aheonco weakened tlie loam coneiderabiy. Had he born available for mound duty in Ihc flfth when Mulholland started to.-bjow the alory might have differefit, bill Iu view of Stono's stingy Blreik it In doubtful whether Iho. Holes could Imvc THE BOX SCORE AH n H PO i: Night Service WE ARE IN A POSITION TO YOU UNQUALIFIED SATIS- FACTION FOR THE FOLLOWING WORK OILING AND GREASING EMERGENCY CALLS WASHING CARS TIRE REPAIRS Our night man is at your service any hour, Lethbridge Motors Ltd. ELEVENTH STREET SOUTH PHONE 14SI Carditon holriiii; eelebralton. Coalhursl provided the baseball the first rtiy v.-as de- feated, but Ihe Lclhbrldge boys iv.r- lied away thc baton on the fipccnd day of ths colcbrntlor... Ucnzer "Itch- ed for tho Cardston learn and besides doing good work on tho mo'.iBd he contribuled a homo run. J. ton also got n homor and Kitctw carit through with two Zu- lach got ana three-base hit. Following are those wlio played for (lie C. C.'s; Uolman, ton. Wrist. 2b.; Xubacli, E.S.: 3b.; Ivlns, r.f.; Snow, c.f.; Klrong Sullivan, l.f. Carney was tho umps. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Sl. Paul r.. Minneapolis 7. Tnledn 7. r.cl 1 TOrtOXTO. .'illy 3. Ihr; INTERNATIONAL uly followlns, "f thc liucniiilloiipl lilcrl by the lural ofii-j Insinn, V In'. IB oul for oilier honors, llr: hat Speaker in numhef of runs scor- ed. Each liaa rugtalercU 53 limes, liicc, (if pilfered flvo bases in OKI week" Jiid is far oul in frniit nmoiiK llio. thirty. His nc.ircsl rlral Is Holti, a McLean, cf Schweitzer. If Kvans. 1-h O'Connor, c Slone. p Macklc, 31i MfKlllop. rf Kurlong, Thomas, KS teJini-inale. Olli vnr. PACIFIC COAST Anodes 1. Oaklanri S, rnrllatit) T'. Sail 1. Knindsco 5. 3, Moose I. (Xoolbct'a played, teams nan stolen )0 basca. iR biillers sire: inirn. Milan. Waslt- Cleveland, aldington, .850; KnlSfll. si. Louis, K. Col- fi I 0 1 2 17 0 1 1 r, i Sane, t- 47 17 13 S< 7 AH II II PO A K I li, 2-1) MAGDALEN BEATS LEANDER Syracuse 1C lltiifnlo Tornntn i. Rochester 2, 1C. Synidjfo 4. nradiriE (Only I'.uix s'.'.-. July j l S.--Masdsicn Collego. Osfurd, defcal- cd Ihc ciglu-oaTOd cresv'in (he final race for Hie grand cup here1 this mitrnlng. Magdalen won by two lengths, tne.crew making Mis diMance in 7 rninulcs and 2( socondg. Ilohwcr. If lioinic II. cf lliinsWirlli'.' 3'b, rf p, 3-1) I 11 1 1C is an indication of his judgment and taste, To wear lli'o correct Ihlngs In f-birls, collars, ncfl: focks, etc.. is a snro proposition if you pel thfni linrc. you be surest of mUrtnM- ?.nd of tlit? Viggc-tt fiirniLiiirjg vfifucs a.s Let prcve it. 3 i 2; r: ny innlnss- It H. E. Bankers......010 175 13 7 Holarlans 000 3 6 Three bapo hlls, Stone, Morrison; two br.ee bile. Me- Killop, Kvans, S.-.ng; Stolen bases, BIIOP OF FASHION CRAFT AND FLOnSlIElM SHOB OUVKH BLOCK 315 HFJH ST. ;