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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY 9, 1020 ff BRINGING UP FATHER BE IN A, MTTUE. WHILE -I'LL er-. KNOW tfteparc hood ic t H'e i )H-t R SILVER GRIll N.'H. MURRAY.'MANAGER j Corner Fourth Ave. and Fifth 81 Callies Take One- Nothing Game From Saints; Hot Affair! w.ns a man to be reckoned with at all! Dunlop Did Good in Goalliinies. Owen bandied Ilie bill writ1 is a Coming Played n Havd j tlie -nei-laters. For some time he has' (lanie growing constantly 1n favor with! _________ jibe football followers and his conduct' last, increased Ibis. 1 Callies defeated the faint George's "'Brilliant Work team :ajt nigiit by a one lo nothing Pearson, inside right for the score.in a scheduled football used a great, deal, as well The game v ai one nf the most Rv'cnly Paunch.- -Bolh players arc speedy and contested did sop.d; Vork on- the-forward -line-.'' a draw only for the fault-1 Bearson proved x good roan at le'b njai'ng of Duiilop ip T-iHy Saints ijUytfd'-hard1 during the Eciond half and -ftajl the, Callies on the, defensive finite a lot. -They press- ed the oacks goal hard on n-aty1 arid If.ft halt not been for'Dvmlop as Above, ihe game, v -i- i" f 0., July the I first -race'.-, a dash for luree-ycar-old ilr'oiierj. had'been raced at NorSh lian- '..dull, a Gcavy rain set' In, flooil- 'ins tiie to siu-h an extent that illitf renialmler of tlu graud circuit j p'rosrani until tomor-. I MISA Montgomery, favorite, won. BASEBALL Major Minors- Results and Standings; Baseball ITE NATIONAL LEAGUE Urooklyn Chicago St. Louis..... I'urk...... Boston.......'. .1 Philadelphia-... f.ost. 29 31 35 3C PC I.'I a. few were traniinffcti to the oliic-r But of Ihe regubirs failius 10 slum up, frpui oilier engage- uenli. a ulcked tcira 't6ok tliejr 'plac'e. j Tuc gatno proved a ivluhcr tae. -same, and Assembled hlqli-j ly enjoyed Snupjiy Ilioinur by l.loyd brouglil the! crow'J to Its feet.- and allbougu Car- ii'iei did his beafta keep down tlic score tho crawled up almost to a tie, afIU-9. With all svl for. the tic, ilie runner. ..it itiM be" within VrUiYnVd'i'itance however, look r, big ehunco and was cl llic Itidmg Bankers, but the'C. cnu.Sl'l "callus third, with two picliy r.tarlv have to win to have doml. The gunib closed at cf.Dr.ceot jetting of the cellar this '13'10. tl10 students iwinulng. but from ttaton. Burns, a new Curler "from soneral play, u team Is brought to Enchant, is likely to do the slanting il Is believed, will be To-night Columbus Club and Rotarlans hook up 'it LcKHGini Park tonight In a time. If the Rctes win they ..forth; C. C.'s, while Mulhollsnd ot-i urgently Lu liold the diamond .GW! Prcndergast will be on the mound for: aiij-llilug ou the Crow, oulslde .521 Uhe Rotes. Tlie game was booked fbrlof the cities. We've got the prairie .815''.Adams Por.VBul as the Eckjterni ju-jnrc atlaal. .51-lf.mond ls-ln-gcod shape, the arej game-there.' Thy ganie between the-Bankers and .'171 hnvc been a draw. The SoalAcored bj McFarYaui: >vc5 nn RX- ceoilingjy stop, (he ground, to the crossbsr again and thiiu into the net. Quarters. The kick was from The first half was evenly con- repeated and Edward Ray Engagements in Country. and evidence in several close. nlav.O in front'of tbe bill .LONDON, July Va.r'dqii. and. Edward the noted IJrilisli ink" the second half. This annoiincenlcnt was- niado Uoth tea.fls made _ Irlo'a and the backs had iilenty to do. team-mates down. Doiigiaa and Easton. uaeks for- the-l nnniber.ot -.nins from Ills goal perfoimed Xcsbltt and would have proved disastrous Jlctnlyre, soal for the Ssints. oflcn'jby Vardon and Uny this morning, just ran out of his goal for considerable! before they left London to boarit the distances, but unlike Dunlon. he n-asi steamer Celtic at Liverpool for New very seldom In danger of letting Ms I York. Tlicy slated thai the details Dimtop mode their cngagemenis in Canada Have yet bceu arranged. Firtli. occupying the same positions aid equally as good. The kicking by all these was on a V. A Coming -Player l Clarence Jackson. puUide left -for nas a favorite- with the r- Jle has been Improving elsadily every game and last night.un- tortc.1 a good bunch, of speed. He waVplaying bin desl; male. 'lite a bit and the tliQiu -were fairly, evenly matched-! far' us speed was concerned. Jack-' soit made some fine ruslics'.Siid many predictions were made that he will dev'eitf? into one ot the finest football plnyere in the city. Oi'en the left half-back posi- tion for the Callies, M'as another favor- ite. He played hard all the game and brcks had not been onto tncir Jobs at those particular momente. Following are the nlavers: SAINTS .Kf.'jbSit. Firth j. Holiierlon- Breeze Va.arspn Lush Fauuch Jlottlsheail Ihe dash in.l Easy for Dodgers ST. LOUIS, July hit "onr St. Louis pitchers iiarJ toiay allied by Ihe locals' r.igg5d fiuldtng won I Score: H [L E'y Brooklyn" I i. H 'IS 1 St "Louis 2 5 0 Grinies and Tityior: llaincs. Xorlh.l Klb, Sthultz and Dilhoei'jr. CleinMB.) A 'Clorb? Sattle PITTSBURG. to- day defeated to 0. Score: R. H.-'B. Philadelphia u 5 Pi'tsburg 1 "i 1] Meadows Adams, and; Schmidt. Giants Lose was bat; ted, New York, S to Score: -1'' It. H. B. York 5 8 0 .in IB U 0 and Kil- Jifer.'.. j. ppEtpoaed, Miners ioi- tomorrow (Saturday) night j his been postponed. I .How ibout starling to" pick an all-! ctar team GIISBfflLETO IN COALDALE ON IltFIH FOR BALL Turin and Coaldale Girls Have Plenty of'Excitement in Opener. Colfee j the P.rJncetontOxrord this J l Oweu H Ea'ston Kutght nc Pink Appleton Dunlop CALLIES -Wilson', Douglas John Vvittmas struck by n Irani Killed; and an egg'which he "carried in his pocket was not broken. I aftcrfioan. B.r Q. 0. -Olford, the South African second. Pi. D. Clark of Princeton, was third, and Wood, of. Oxford, Bro'w'n'won the event by a yard and a half. The time was 10 seconds. The mile rim was won by of Oxford, witli Montague of Oxford, 'second, "A. Swede of Princeton, third, Eiiul U. M. McCulIoch of Princeton fourth. Mllllgtin won by eight yards in .4 minutes 311-5 seconds. AMERICALEAGUE Cleveland X6S York'.'.' Chicago Washington Boston St. Louis Detroit Philadelphia "49" 45 3G 34 35 23 Lost to Braves on Dominion Was Twelve to Two. 28 32 S5 3S 47 (Prom Our cwn COALDAL13, July a gcod of .fans present of lioth sides, Braves ,put'It over the. (f.orao.nd b'oys while the suti. was.broil-, ing-down on tkcm at an awful rats of .scores. IJettlni; was pretty brisk at IlrsL but simmered to nothing utter tlie third Inning. The Lomond boys took It all in good spirit, and treated the Coaldale boys fine, .giving them a good feed after the strenuous game. A purse ot wao up and !l came In very handy for. the Coaldale team. Lomond (Prom Our Own Conespoactentl COALDALE, June Conldale Blrla baseball Leah! travelled to Turin this evening for a round about with the Turin .girls.' The game was very exciting and a very riotous bunch o: fans turned out to relief to their feelings and judging by the noises they "made during the game they must liavc felt Very much caslei lifter 'the1' ._ Hyssup was pitch FHE SERVICEABLE TIE .FOR SUMMER WEAR Silk Mohair. In fancy slripcs; Tubular (will not Uevcr- siiile and Wtisunble; 12 ranges >nd 0-colors In eacb rlingo. 60 cU each Bert. KesterY MEN'S SHOP Home of 20th Century Clothing Alexandra Hotel Block ON THE CORNER. WESTERN CANADA At Edmonton: Moose Jaw 0, Kil- uio'ntcn 6. At Winnipeg: Keghia S, Winnipeg p. A't Saskatoon 1, Calgary 8. .479 .329 .2GO Cleveland Sack in Lead I Cleveland 3 double header from Washington 4 to 3 lo 6 and ogam went into the lead In the Aihericin .cagne.'-Trls Speater.hlt Eafeli'.sbven two lames P_rst fearae 'v R H Tj Cleveland 4" 10 0 Washington 251 Morton'and O'Neill; Shaw and phar- rlly. Second game II B Cleveland S '17 1 Washington' ti 13 1 Niehaus. tibln and O'Neill; Snyder, Ericksou and Tigers Drop-Yanks NEW VOilK. July won the opening game from ?seiv York daV. 4' to 3. i Score! K. H. Delrolt 4 2J.> New York 3 "i 3 Ayres, Okrie and Aiubmltn; (Solilns and Hannali, Shocker 'Pitches Shutout coming to Coaldale ou tue and we hope tilings will come out a liltio more even then. Summary of today's rune, Pulley 1. Whitting.32, three h'ase Uwo, base hits, Smith 3, Nobles 2, JaQkson..Blake, Ttio'riipEon 1; stolen bases, Ja.ckr.ah 2, Myers 1, Climie.2, Harris 2, Noble 1; struck out by Xoble 10. by IJlake 6; bases on balls, ing and Mary Pickford Kramer did the catching for Coaldale, .while Tulsle Sinclair and Susie 'Matuoirs perform ed under the saiue capacities for the Turin team.- 'Fun and excitement ran very liigh and -so did tlie scores with i result'of 39 to 13. in favor ot Coal- dale. Looks like tlio girls are follon- ng the boys' Keep, it up 5irls, you're doing fine! t The Coaldale girls would lie very much obliged 'to' the Turin folks if they would hunt around a. little bit Bihqrig their1 kida ttq -find 'the four missing balls -'and one 'gluye. This team is self-supporting and cau't lay out {15.00 for batls-everytime'they go somewhere to. play.- ofT'.Blako 3; left on bases, Coaldale Lomond 4; earned runs. Coaldale 3 2, Lomond The Lineup 3-b; Myers'ss, Climle 2-b; Pulley cf; o; Sm.ItU 1-b; Lund rf; Harris It! Noble p. Barber cf; Thompson I-b; Cliapnian C; Blake p; linV "b Crum If Mansfield 2b Score by inningo R Coaldale ___ ..008-124 Lomond .002000 RESOLUTE IS FAVO-MITE AT TWO TO ONE DOSTON. July pitched shutout h.ill lO'laviand St. L'oul.i beat Boston. 4 Score: St. Boston li. II. E. Shocker and anc WalteVs; White July S.TrPhilndel [ihja wan shut in- whtn ITicy failed to overconii Score: Pbllp.delplil.-v i'lV. Cirotlc' ond Sthalk; p.nd Myatt.- 'f.'t NEW YORK, July prominent member tif the 's; Wd. R; jr. ...v to 3 New York produce exchange, nctlvcly engaged In (lie business .of tills norl, yesterday ,'niado ,.a Vagcr of f3CO against Sl.'MO that Shamrock lift-the cup In the'confine In- ternational yaclit j'iice, llcnolutc, .however, was still held a strong 2 to 1 favorllc.. Geddes to r.aca WASltl.VCTOS; July S-The Brit lah-anibanaador, the Uiglit -Hon.- Sir Aucklaiiil Gcilcles, will ulteuil the in- Icfn-jtlonnl yachl rates, wflncsstng liio contests from !i >aclit. Captain C. J. Henry and Slcssrs. P. Oravca andnj llugli Tcnnant 6f tlio cmuussy staff, 'g TOOKESOFTOMIARS nitheTOOKEBOOKttat 410-FIFTH STfiteT' NEW VULCANIZING WORKS have opened a Vulcaniz- ing Shop at 324 11th Street G., opposite Lethbridge -Motors, and have installed an up-to-date plant and are prepared ..tQ handfe any size of tire and oood service. UNITED Vulcanizing Works L. TULLOCH W. 8TOTT Retreading and Vulcaniilnj Phone 694 324 1.1th.Street 3. (OppotHe Lethbridge Motors) Hasty Oakland Vernori f Salt Lake f, Portland 3. lo San Fraiiclaco 4, (11 will accompany him. TA1JEU BEGINS TO GET 'REGULARS BRUSHING UP OnPageS I.oa 'Angeles 0, iNTERNAJIONAL p.-ililmnre S, flocheatcr i. JIcndhK Ilnffalo Aliron 9. ..lerscy C'ity-TorcnlW, noslponcd, ra In. AMERICAN, ASSOCIATION n. TcWM.''" 0. Kansas UUv.-aukos I, Lpulsyllle 3 (Kron Our Own C'orrcjpondent) li TAIlliR, July Tithcr base-; S l.-all learn has flcemingly found it hard j i !o gel together for prncllco. thlH year, j y nn Vi.is u result, tiio iilgii sciinol team whjrlt Ima hetn putting up fumd bill, rocelval er.courascinont fioln tht natives. The lassitude whlcli haij enveloped tho future ot tho other team has caused much Interest in foot- ball, and aroused Ilie Iro of enthusiasts. About a week ago things came lo n head, and a fair number got out to practice. Wednesday', evening try out of Straus Hi bctwcin tlio twd'teanis' took place, which did not glvo a fair show. As some of the players on tho tegular were sl.von, jut 03 tpj Read ihe record breaking values we offc'v, bar- gains thai will swell your savings. We must cut our in half. This sale spells swift action, So Think, Decide', L GUIS SHOP OF.FASHION-CRAFT AND THE.FLORSHeiM SHOE OLIVER 6TH STREET ;