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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX TUK LETHiJRIDGK DAILY HERALD -TUESDAY, JULY 6, BRINGING UP FATHER By G- McManus NO- I NV WIFE THE WE KNOW- How to Prepare Food and Serve It To Please You. THE SILVER GRILL N. H. MURRAY, MANAGER Corner Fourth Ave. and FUth 8t EVANS IS LEADING BATTER IN LOCAL SENIOR BALL LGE. BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. Cpaldale's Team Claims Leading Position With S. Alberta Bail Clubs Harvey Schweitzer Is Running Him Close Have Best Team Avcragc- ,-HJiilcrji Are Second, .K larians.Last. "_: Powell BuudKultni j Hohijan. i Tuff tnnsl ,.40i> .OOOl i.ooui .ODO NATIONAL LEA: tne uei-'JoriMgc IJase- ball league show the llankers as thej he'avy biiters. Three ot their players lire four- hundred or belter. TUoy vTopnny. Kvans. with .4G5. with .450 ;ind 0( the regular piny- crs Urans is" hitting teani average. gives the Hankers is also the highest in the league. .One surprising. feature tho averages disclose Is tho fact that the llotarians arc at the bottom of (lie list in the tc.aiij uveragea. Tlio have icon the contenders with tho Hankers for the leading position and ivltli tho Siiners have. been see-sawing for sec- oud place. The Milters stand second on the team averages with Huff is the leading Miner hatter. ni> has touched-. .373 and leaus Chumlcli by cleven'poIntE. Ainojtg the clubs Is r. oae, thousand bitter, but lie lias only played iti one game and has only been, at once, getting one hit. That is Trohiil lierg. who has played in oiilv uoe game has hit fonr hundred. Ot the regular players Snow is the leading batter with ,-.333. ,V Among, the flotes Sangiia, the lead- ing batter .355 and 'Rose Is fol- lowing lilur a close second-with .322. Tne> ore the 'only Hvo'hiltine three hundred or belter. I Team Games AB -H Xubacli Uliumlk Illlff S.' Scaumn J. .Seaman K: Seaman Baceda Choluok -WO I lirooklyn St. Louis 52 .-lljpittsbnrg Boston York .-'lo S 13 1- iu n t> 4 0 .361 New Philadelphia 3D 23 23 "rl 3! 31 Pet, Ml .u57 i .035 .590 .60S i .-183 j They Have Won Nine Straight Games and Played One Defeat'.Lethbridgc' Miners- Big Day on July 12: (From Our COAi.DALE, July Xitith wlmiink gunitf Tor CoaUlnlo r.iiil one lie without 11 .397 Broke Even YORK. Julv a break That is record of the Coaltlalc baseball learn, yv-hich is j looming strong :ITIIOIIE winning 1 teams of the Koulherii Alberta, lorl; I uatiftull team tame'out :333 tlla ntlernoon game today from Coaldale today to even up to nothing, She vlsi- tho Coalilalo' boy's for ihe tors having won tho morning game J ioj -to 1. Oswald Team average U .000 Itotarians- Sang Morrison Uonnel! Hobwer RMpalb Rose Tainoor Mulhollaud Frrilick...... Jackson Young i. .0111105 .j -Dunsworlb Briggs...... Team average Games AD n 4" McLean Schweitzer Heudricks Stone Pah- O'Connor 1 Evan s Thomas Furlong v..... McKlllop..... Marian Irwin Biggs Team average (lanics 9 10 10 'AB 3S r.o 40 44 40 10 4 4 H li 12 VI Av. .ISO 41 .17 H 14' S e s 10 (5 3 U i; u 0'; 3 1" e they FOOTBALL GAFF (By Red) jj HIE; KEEPS UGlMIITiE ,-f Hello Wll. --What ilo yd'u think of that rotten report of July 3rd. The guy who inarto that report, had money on the Blues. llccauso he losl. he's peeved. He is either' blind, deaf, or takes stimulants. Ho said two strong teams .battled VillUUHJ UUJ D I Wl IUW nivj (0 iiiem sonic lime age, but they for forty-five minutes. .117 .152 .322 .175 ,000 lOOO .176 Afternoon score: Philadelphia' 0 3 4 York........... 6 10 1 .Causey, Ilubbell unj Ncht and Smith. Pirates Take 'em Both .PITTSBUUG, July Pirates .ook both games from the Cincinnati [tcds.fierc today, the frsc 4 to 1 anil [he second game G to 5 in 11 inn- ings; Afternoon game: SPENCER WINS AGAIN NEW YORK, July I did not make tho sratic. The Miners made a niislake- by pulling Hnff in lo pilch Ihe first two'itmings. Every- body was hitting, CoaMale seven "runs. Go-getler Seaman was, put in to improve Ihe battery 4jut the Coaldalo boys soon found him and soon got his goat too. especially when Whining knocked out a home run with three meir'tni bases in the fifth 10 1 1 wonder what they did .with the othor forty-five. He says, "Impossible ot some of the Fragments players to be clean." That shown his blindness.1 Billy Linn Ing, ably assisted by Knor. were the .two responsible for the dirty work. u foul was given- against so that shows he must have much hioney he really did lose, It's u shame to talte ihe money from him. Of course he's allowed to criticize; but not to insult. (Sf'bilT.j To further it, you must have -an open mind, and'know what claos of sport you're dealing with. If Ihat boy of. Billy Llnning's gels hold of him, he'll ieach him the game, Jake and I arc going to bo partners ucxt year. That's.ii the Yels don't Imye' a team. _ Of course this is only what Charlio Ramsay says, but 1 tlilnk he's on the wrorig street. He'll and sell his orauges somowiiero else; Wo will for next week. Tours, RED.'.. pKotcli hunting for'a while alter be llaniil- jonmped :_Smith had his oft' day, fanning Sye nee. Cincinnati Fillsburg --.G Luqne and ton and Schmidl. Dodgers'Bent Braves Twice -.V i llmcs_.which''1a ipito remarkable for July took well. -Ho blames it both'games from Boston today. first'-S-'to-D' 'io second -5- to' '2? inning. Climie did (he same thing In j either beverage, or forty the secon'd; knockinii'tlie ball over a fence among'the alfalfa, Another featuro is with, regarding to Appleby playing. Some of the spectators could not see it; (Some could.) hct whisper to you. hewing started the.dirty play. Appleby Afttrnoon- 'Scored J' S '.450! winning the two-mile .300} United States titular race from Frank .400 .370 .4C5 .325 .345 .'.'00 .000 .250 .000 .100 Kramer yesterday, Arthur Spencer, the Toronto cyclist, increased his lead in the national championship compe- tition. Hay Euton was third, and W. Spencer, of Toronto, fourth. r Arthur Spencer now has 25 points in Ihe championship series, a lead of 13 points on his nearest rivaL Kramer. IJroo.klyn. Boston'--'.. rfeffer aud Kruegor; Scott O'N'e'ill. Cubs Drop a Couplt ST. LOUIS. -July; :Louis look boih the morning-'airj afternoon games from Chicago today, winning j crippled in to bo tiff by HiTrlst Noble's 'of his fingers' iiYou can't expecl an American pase- 400 132 .380 C. Livingstone Oreen Vaselcuak Boucher Snow Wrist Burns Oorrill Turcotle JVillB Hu'Json Sinclair Myers Kennedy Oames AB 20 2S 12 14 20 13 11 10 13 S Av. .173 .250 .255 .100 M'U .IK .500 WOMEN'S SWIMMING RESULT MONTREAL. July following the first 4 to 1 and the second 2 to 1. Afternoon score: Chicago 1 90 Louis............ 2 S 0 Alexander and Sherdell and Dllhoefer. -2 :12-' 'n the 'fifth alBO an d 1 changed with Hums. j Need Support i- -J A good crowd of fans-were present on -the side, but the Leth- bridge boys did' -maay followers-and had .-to ilo.lhelr own rooting. AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland Grinisbaw, Winnipeg, second; Miss JI. gl tow be'troit Time i-5. were tho results in the events 'for xew York women': Chicago 220- yards ladies' championship: Washington Miss Kesaler. "Winnipeg, first; .Miss i noslon ,w, Winnlnes. second: Miss M. Sllcock, third, docord. 300 yards iadios: Mfss Grinishaw, Winnipeg, drat; Miss Kessler. Winni- peg, second; Miss M. Silcook, third. I Time 1-5. New marks by women established during the meet: 100 yards, Miss Philadelphia Won 17 2S 29 32 38 Pel. .657 .640 .COS .554 .508 .472 .319 Orimahaw. Winnipeg 320 yards, Miss Kcasler, Winnipeg, .'100 yiirds. Miss Wlnni- .000 neg, 5-.07 1-5. RETREADING Get your neit tire retreaded by us. Wa nre expert tire men. We Arc Afso Experts in Stc- tfonal Work, Broktn Beads, We are hert to give service. Spe- cial service to out-of-town orders. Express paid one "way, Leth- bridge's Leadtno Rctrcaders. Vulcanizing Works PHONE 1604 E.CHAPLIN. Lclhbricigii. LETHERIDOE BRANCH AT MACUEPD 712 3rd AVE. S. 8. CHAPLIN. Macleod. CoaMale fans think that a town like Lethbridge ought lo be more in- terested in Iheir baseball teams and give .them more support, for it helps a lot if you havo somebody yelling Ihcir head olt for-yon.: you'want to. game come to Ccoldale -iie'it' Monday, the 12th. the only loam that thi: season over at Turin; with Snow mak- ing an excuse ot a say wo can't do it, but "we. are out for their scalp. We also horie ia -.good crowd i out here Wcdnes'ddj. .afternoon. Xoble- fOrd will play Coaldale" af 2 o'clock, the Turin girls wl'fl play Coaldale girls at foiir-llii'rly'and the Hotariana play Coaldale hoys at sli-thlrty We hope to have moro excitement out Tigers Break Even DBTHOIT. July hroks _ its losing streak by winning Ihc af-lof Ihose thun-Vfe had out 01 Icrnocni game here- today 7 !o 2. St. i the last four or five, (or that was Louis won tho morning game 5 to 4. [mortly plain robbery.- on .tue. side ball fan to report'ou British! Is no doubt that Linrjing plajv od .well. lie. had to. For fear that Linnlng junior would beat him out of bis nlace. Xo doubt that junior vrill nakc a fine centre forwa.rd for. neit ieasor. Joel: Anderson has been playing football in this country for fifteen and is still going strong. Xo doubt the yourig backs are jeal- ous of him. !f ever Alf Kane goes back to Ire [and there will be an International cap'for him. Jock Shaw, tho Caplain o( the Frag- nients, still plays his old good.same. Billy Djnlop. yoii might na-wO'l try to get through a stone wall us to pass him. Anderson, Linniug- and Allen, are contemplating giving way to their sons next year. Or else we will put thrt old men a (he intermediate teain, and their sons play with the seniors. It would be a pity now to Ttit these men rift, and put in the yo.iig stnff so we havo persuaded the young ones iVftcrnoon score: St. Louis 37 2 Deirolt 7 15 I Vangilder. Burwell and Severeld; Danss nnrt Stnnnge. Boston Won Both PHILADELPHIA. .Inly' won both games of the holiday here Smith, 1-h rf Lund, irf Burns, p. cf N'obte. p. Hnrrlf, Otb, Night Service i WE ARE IN A POSITION'TO GIVE YOU UNQUALIFIED SATIS. FACTION FOR THE 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 1451 (oilay from Philadelphia 10 to 3 and I! to 1.' Afternoon ganie; Boston '..............10 15 0 Philadelphia1........... 3 S 1 Bush and Walters; Hulnes, ll.isly and Perkins. Senators Humble Yanks WASHINGTON, .Inly ton won both of the holiday giinicK from York. I to am] 5 to Afternoon New York.......... 3 Washington Thorniahlcn, and-llaiiinih; Sflikdit arji! Oharrity. Lenders Drop a 1% .CHICAGO, July an oighlli (-'hollach, inning rally, Chicago scored r.i% anil won tho aflcnwmi from I If C to 5. after taking 16? morning gair.o 5 to Afternoon Olcvelaacl a 10 0 Chicago 'J 11 3 Covelcalcie find O'Xcill; K'jrr. Uinson and the boys. Tighten up boys we ivanl to see a one nothing game or something near that. BOX SCORES AB PO R H Jaokton. Davies. ss Cilitrlc, Mi SPORT GAFF I-iisten frienns, This is what we cKll a crime. If not a is darn'jobr man agement. This city "had the.'honor to be re presented at-thc provlncia champlonshjp f'-. One'of 'our reprcse'ntalives brok thi} record for the.provincial high umn: i' The trials, for Western Canada taki place.ijf Winnipeg oil July But otir man wont be there. The Alberta Union refuse to 'do ab Vhite Curried Fifchl for Seven and a Half Leonard All Over Ring- White' Floored FiVe Times. DBNTOX HARBOR, Mich., July ienuy Leonard, lightweight chain- Ion of the knocked out Char- to White of the nlnlb ound of the scheduled 10-rouiid cham- plohiihip fight before a canacily crowd ere this afternoon. White carried the fight to Ihe chani- lion for seven rounds and u half, pushing the New Yorker1, hrough the ropes, hi" tho-fifth round. who had never been1 knocli- cd out five limes n the ninth round and was counted out while lying on his face. A scries of right and left hocks to the cbiu finished the challenger.. The nisn fought'at catch weights, 'scaling and White 134 at li o'clock In the morning. Several Ihousand women were' in Ihe crowds- There ivas a riot when the fight .end- i ed and 'tho spectators scrambled over the seals and into the rins, breaking down the press section and' injuring several ringsiders; None of them1 were seriously hurt. Eolutely .anything towards celling him there.-. i -_ The.local Vets inost" geuercusly of- fered aid but they arc'not tho party to be consulted. If. the AlberU Union cannot scud our sport In b'o bottl-. ed 'lip'1 arid salted' away.'' Yours indignantly, !l Air. tr i 3 13 I 0 0 fj i i Xubach. Chur.Icli. Tally, 2-b Seainim. c, p l-b 27 IS 13 D C- AH j'O a n E A _3S 24 6 7 7 5; s. Toledo 5; Columbus AHnrU'aiiolis ]0; SI. I. City C; Mihvaukce iNTERNATJONAl, Score by InnlugiK- li, Mldr'.lo liraves.. .MO WO ios 'runs'. 'Cllmlc 1 pvhilliiis: liaKt'hll, Myci-fi: slolci: IIHSCS. 1, Whitling 2. Lund i' Davics I, Xniiie i; hases on ball? Noble I, linni.-: I. Huff 2, Seaman IIll by piiciifr. Noble J, Muff 1; left 1 tile II, .Mln to wait till nest year. I wonder if Old Bill has agked the .wife if ho can go lo Calgary this year the Fragments. You'd better speak soon enough, Bill' What haviS you got to do with the j christening. Bill. Diily Llnuing Is the boss of that. But I guess we'll bo. there, Bill, Am sorry to disappoint you. Dill, but we must repeal .the rtete.ot.last roar. It's a long titne- since Ihe overseas won.both these trophies. The rumor ia the Fragments.will aavc no team next year. If that is so, am coming back to SI, Georges. How's clmn'ces. Bill. The next game, Chlswick, Parker, ami flohhle, will lead sonic of these guys a dance. It will be like old times lo see Old Hob, as centre hdlf again. I realize than Ken'Is Vice Captain of the Sntnls all right. Hul I realize lhal lie will not ho Hicrc at the presentation of the !'un lo the Saints. Not this-year. That in if Charlie llamsay tells me the Iriilh. Charlie says, C.P.H. and VeU iu tie final. That Is II ihcy can get a few more players from Medicine Hat. So I dun't think there "will bo much chanrc for the Saints. llut anyway Hill, whonrer It Is. 1 you'll havo a touch ol the nmnagno. r I am anxiously wnitliiK now. for that SMOWNG'. TQBACCOii Great Sale of Rain Coats AKrun so C-JO: .Irr.-'t i t-C: linltiiu CANADA At fi: KoKinn At rnin. Al Krlsnonlon-SiisiV.ooii, ruin. strurk