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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE.SIX 1 HE LETHBKltHjE DAILY HERAtD, BRINGING UP FATHER f V ;j -i v f-t: J J By McManui WE BEUONC'a TO DID "YOU NOTACE LOOKED: 11 4 tt 5 mr oat tract auil, enabled Uie owner :juV secure a new lu the person gf Mr. t'. B.-fMooft', of Calgary. I urn Kiviaj over the usaiiageiiicnt ot.the Silver.Grill Mr Moore. 1 fhulc all oar patrons fur in -increaslnj basl- fltes each munii, and request for Mr. sup- port accorded me. N. H. MURRAY. FOOTBALL TONIGHT-G; B R. vs SI GEORGE'S I5D ROTES DEFEAT CLUBS; SWEETMAN SPRINGS SURPRISE THE "MIDGET WONDERS" BIG DUCK MEET Pitchers -Gne Holes Nim. Ib. 5 4 U 0 1 2 1 4 S 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 A5? 4 4 4 1 0 i c 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 4 11-1 1-1 0 0 7 0 0 0 r 0 i i tj i caurjhi on oecOnd luftlana singled Clubs Get five Hits From Ion C. cei ruuuiuj for mni Uolmau it i hit t fielders cholto ge'unt, 'ale and "Ils put out a three ba'Je hit scoring lue other iwb. _____ i Box Score'. I AH I 'H I 0 A k. 1 olarran addtd anolher to Sans I j 1 4 1 0 lircir strin0 1-Et th de ior Ib 4 1 0 li i 0 fealcrt the Columbus Club In nine lu'norner ub 0021 at :Kckstonn park. Tho Holes] Rose, ss..... eprung sonic-thing of n surprise on the Swcciman. p. fans when they trotted oul Sweclnian i Dnnsworlli. If. to-pilcli. i lie' certainly iiail the Clubs :Tariibor, allowing tncii fUo hits He Jackson cf Kid a slow delivery and very little on; Kerko, rf. but tho Clubs could not connccl and when thoy did Iho Holes save) vThc (srrors m tin. sJnie wero noli Columbus C niniu oil. anil Iho-amo las ss good enduglTio kcop tho in good 1 ivingscoi tpiru all IneHimc. Tufli nd occupied NrM 3b Hie mound for lue Clubs ami wis nglil Green If there mlh his bmuer- hut luc Holes. Turcotte If oilrcted pit him v itli a aselenak b ew bad plays gathered m the g me Tuftland p tfho to Jnt frst and Holman c sang and Mornsoii, tue leading bit j lers. clouted'lo for outs, i ohwer got safe Then Holman fall (i to.-handle a bunt timl; was1 caught slid- ing .to second. off the tor and went out Sueetman to Morrison Living stone til owed wilh a three bagger and oil'Wrist's fielder's choice, was caughl home on a .throw from Rohwer, playing third. Stert Scoring j The Roles started the scoring in tlie' third InninsV Jackson got hit by a pitched bail and was caught sliding lo iscond. An error of Vaseleuak on ihort, allowed FerKo to get to.nrsL Bang singled and walked. Rdhwer hit to Yilselenak, and nfler :w.b men 'crossed the plate hit o! Wrist who threw him out at first. Mn 'tho sixth innings the Rotes got mflre.tnThey made them after two men were.dnwu. Dunsworth singlet! in'd. slole: second. Tambor. advanced aini Ib laird oil a scratcli hit and -Jackson brought Ihem both home when ha singled over second. In the the sevenlh the'Roles got five men v... e icrotsthehome'plalc-, Turcolte drop- surrflnder himself to federal pert a long fly in riglil off gang's bat authorities if be were accorded cer- ind Jlorrisoh got safe on a fielder's lain prlvilcsM. ;Sing Ecorcd when Livingstone 3isdc an error on tirsl trying to catch Alorrison going lo third: Ron- was caught between 'second and '.hird whpn Rnsp. S-veetman :.yent out on a foul fiy lo the catcher. Dunsworth go( hit by a pitched hall in'd Tambor banged uut a three base lioat and-'sot home, completing the 10 GIVE UP 10 U.S.JLI So He Says in Telephone Con- versation; Wants Certain Conditions One of the Big Events of South Season Will Open Too- Above is a pic.turc boys' ball team o! .the Manitoba Free Press Which noon'against the Bankers' Juniors at rTfVKtnrm .Park. Tho in thV foretrojnl Is tho ba'seeri'lti action after- (From Our Own Correspondent) RAYMOND. July Raymond baseball aqg ei, lion Mill make (heiri initial ipiicEranco oil tlio lucal field this season- Wednesday.-IJuly J4. the jiiatc or (he big and Held meet of tlio Taylor slake .Y.JLM.I.A. Wilt Talnier who is ut present piloting tlie! locals came to terms pith. Warntr! i feimj, fast, game ls: promised for Wednesday. Tlio locals arp rounding into bli inu a id llio fdiis arc looiung for some regular baseball Wednesday 'All roads will lead to llayinoiid that day.' It is without doubt the.-most atlilc n, iron io liic until country Teams ulll bq lu compel I lion from all associations in the stake D P SKoiison anil Hrand ley have the sport B. in haml, and they liandeil out the following list of .'of- ficials this morning Peterson. Barn- well; Art Lee, Tabor; Ernest Bennton; Magrath, I'eter Hammer, Taber Flotd Wilde Welling. nirie and Bern Magrath and Raj are tomriag the west and aro-spoiiUng toda LOS ANGELES, July Jack John- son, former heavyweight champion. now a fugitive from American justice, today in a long distance telephone call from -Tia Jiiana, Lower 'California, of- 5ve runs. Clubs Score The Clubs scored in the fifth. Vase- !enaU got safe on a single and was VETERANS' LINEUP FOP, MOM DAY'S GAME Kane and son; Dunlop, Shaw; Dunn, Knos, LJr.vis. Allen and W. Llnnlng, re- It. I.inning; serve. RETREADING Get.your next lire relroartetl by as. We are expert lire men We Are Also Experts In Sec- llcmal Work, Broken Beads, etc, We are here to give Spe- cial service io out-of-town orders. .Exprets paid ine way. Lcth- bridge's Leading Rclreaders. Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works PHONE 1664 E. CHAPLIN, Lethbrldge. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH AT MACLEOD 712 3rd AVE. S. B. CHAPLIN, Macleod. BSEBALL Major Minors Results and League 'Standings. incinnatl Brooklyn Chicago....... Pillsburg SI. Louis N'ew York Qoslon Philadelphia Rlxey'Strona in Pinches, 'IMTTSBUHG, July pitcheil airtight ball with men on bases loduy and Philadelphia healTlllsburg 4 16 1. Philadelphia 4 9 I'lUsburg............. 1 .9 .1 AMERICAN.LEAGUF -50 45 Cleveland New York Chicago WashinBlon Boston St Louis Detroit Philadelphia Cleveland Defeats Washington ;T Cleveland todky.iWhcn the 'defeated. Washing alteif': Lost 25 27 29 31 5 39 -IS 57 Pet; flj 119 COS j" 131 li .32-! .268 BABE RUTH IS AFTER RECORD t N.ow Stands Second.for Honors Sisler Leads With. yghtli. innings': R Clovclan'd Washington Caldwell. Bagby -.'i Nellii; Za'chary -and. ohart'Ilyi; and Chicago but-h'lt bill the locals Score: r ,E Chicago. 4 jU 1 Fhlladclphla 5-5 1 Williamj and Schalk; Harris, Perry and Perkins. Another Homer for the Babe NKW YORK. July Yorlx de- feated Detroit to 8. Babe Z Skousou and J W Evans, -Raymond. Brandloy, FranV Steel o, and Will Stone, entry man' Kirkhani. KinBey. Walker! .Nnlder Allen Anderson. Pelpgraes. SPORT SHOES For Tciihls, Golf HW! all out- door sporte. We UILH) In all wctgbl.. tor ell sixirt prcts the samo as last Baaketball Shoes, trlraiaei! witli th" Bert, (tester's MEN'S SHOP HMMM Akjiandrj Hotel Block ON THE COpNER !were, Among tharn were Hal Mai one and Either R.' v 'Six'were nanied in the class nine la the !-20 trot, and 10 In the 2 ft claif Ilixey and Withrow; Carlsonv and Schmidt. 7 Leaders'Lose to .CINCINNATI. July de- feated Cincinnali loday 3 to 1 by bunching hits In the seventh: Boston............... 1 r> Cincinnati i.l 1 McQuillan and Gowily; Iteuther and Wingo. Divide Double-Header 'ST. LOUIS, July i ______........, St. divided a douMcrbeader lo ;i 2 lo 1 victory over St. Ixjuls day, 7 to 2 tor St. l.ouis In the first today, game and S lo 0 lor Brooklyn In the 'Score: KKORA. Jluth was presentee! with' a diamond- Etudded ot C. fob by local Knights of Columbus and. in .the_ flftl! he hit his 25th home fun season, V Score: 71. H. E. 3 5-0 New York............... 5 13 Oldham and Ahismlth; Quinn and Hannah, Hoffman'; Boston Win's CloSc Game BOSTON'. July pitched Bos CHICAGO. July a new record within his grasp, "liabe" New York slugger, today Is driving toward the batting championship ot the American League. -Reposing in fourth place a .week ogoi the home run king is now second In7thc lis.t of batters with an average of- Ihlrtjilhree points behind George Clelcr, the SI. Louis leading the league. Kulh passed tho veteran. Trfs Speaker, of Cleve- land, and Joe Jackson, of Chicago, wh'o aro tied for the, third place hon- ors .wltli, .385. SiBlcr jri place is iifgb' Rutb-faileil: tb-.falteh his i record dnringj.the.'week, ho connected hits -in In addition he. pulled': away from Speaker, tor scoring honors. Ho has registerbd'.lO while the Cleve- ;RIce 2 T 1 Night Service WE ARE IN A POSITION TO GIVE 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-145t Brooklyn St. Louis............. 7 13 2 Cadore. Miljua and iiiifl Clunions. Second i -v Hrooklyn ..-........''S 'JO 2 St. Louis 0 Mammfiti.T r-anri Halncs, Kline-and Chicago Wins in I ended today's gairio with N'ew York n the last half ot tho 13th Inning, gly- ili-g Chicago a to 2 victory. -Vow York a card ot five faces considered bj 'horsemen lo bo one of tho, best of 111 e" The free tor-all pJcc, ivith seven of] the greatest aide wheelorB in training named to start, was tbe teatlire Son ardo, Single C, Verlle Pajch4n Graco Dirccl Ooidle Louis Graltan' and Gladys B all _wllh. records of 20212 or field Another :6Tent that attracted atten- tion was Ibe 2 06 in vthlch- NEW VULCANIZING WORKS We opened ;a 'Vulcanli; Ing Shop-at 324-11th Street S., oppoiite. Letribridje Motors, snd have Initalled an plant 'apd are handle any of afid give good service t UNITED Vulcanizing Works L TUULOCH W. and Vulcanlung Phone 694 324 11th Street i (Oopotjtl Letribridge Metert) S AMERICAN ASSOCIATION SI. 1'anl 5, Toledo 3. Minneapolis 2, Columbus Kauris Clfy -I. Imliaiiiipolii MilvauXec 5j l (jITcial fcorer: Won. Fxisl Jlnffnlo...... 50 ,26 Ilaltlmore....... 48 ,25 Toronto 4H 27 Akron 4-5 T'ft .18 30 .forsey City 2fl M4- ti '.f. 14 'j Syracuse 5S Jersey City 2, Toronto 3. hearting 3. Buffalo Syracuse 50. .Akron 6-11. three moro bases .in'l Is far in front i of thn base stcalcrs with %S thetls. other loading baiters arc: j E. Smith. Now York, .356; Konclchy, Brooklyn. .333; Nicholson, I a ,n2G: Ronscii. Cincinnati. .325: Wll-j I i Hams. PhilXdelphls. .321; HolloctK-r, g ,o, .321; Oroh, Cincinnati. .31S; Yonnp-, N'ow York, Ilobcrlson, Chicago, Grand Mid-Summer Sale! OF MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S WEAR Our Stock Must Be Cut in Half Witli.tlie dry spell now being broken'and the crops assured, we strongly believe that we can do it with bur wonderful values that break-all records, Since the days of war-time never saw such values as we are offering during this eventful record breaking sale. Associa- voted (o liar llic n-oinaa iitr" (rum memlcrflilp. "drum' NO BEER NO PRETZEL (Ottawa CUfoon.) Aid. I'relzel, of .1cteat; fid for re election last week. Perhaps the voters, deprived of beer, found alive, uso In -'KCi'Vliii; memories Louis Keel SHOP. OF FASHION-CRAFT AND THE VLORSriElM SHOE i r OLIVER 318 ?TH' STREET ;