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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta E SIX WE LSTtfBRlpGE DAILY HERALD, BRINGING UP FATHER By Gl McManus HS. I'n .THIHKINC, To HE. MVf KNOW QU OH OOKT We Cater To Hot Weather Appetites v S v A'.vsriely'of F abide aid Trait lilshee will make jieltclioii and ttje service will make eating a pleasure. -THE SIlHtR GRILL -r-tt E. Corner Fourth Ava. and Fifth St Baseball Tonight: Adams Park Fragments Talte Game From Miners; Score Was 3 to 0 Winers Did Not Have Many j i Shots on But Frag: mcnts Had Lots of. j Practice i N. L. U. MEET in- i tfant produced but which was lacking of real j.-. 'oplbalt tho Fragments last night de- 'cited the Miners three to 'nothing, J'he same was played lit Adams incX IIio rains of'Sa'turcjay and Sunday' ilqhts exceedingly dif- acult" II Linning -scored-, two' goals milHilly JUnn'ir.g one. --K i Pr.-iMlc-.il 1} the entire gsme was jlmcd on the Miners' half of Iho field. During- ihe first the Miners got shots Fragments' goal ma in Iho second half about the same _ iurqbcr Peacock played his: first 'same in season 'for Iha i Mtiners and jtcserves'great crec'fit for i ork he. man on i i field during Ihe first half'and at' ulf lime tlic game was scoreless. New Man The Kmgments had u new man on lie field legs was his name, lie; >layed outside ieft for half of the: Came and outside right the other half.! He started out with plenty of speed i ind was iiiijlrunicntal in bringing the Kill to centre in front of the .Miners' joal oil a number of occasions but seemed' to be buns with dia- nonda. The Miners were 'somewhat landicapjied without' Seaman an-the. lacX line and iiraiu'of fox a welcome Ita the slippery c icld-Tuany falls wer mil Height was more vas a busy'player but did iipt'do load. work as during Jhe .game in at Ilia ppeniug-'of: the..sia- on The Miners li.id not.-jnakViiiiich ise pf E Viillelts. playing'on the.pn't- iic3a Isfl position: -They' played tlnv :entre of Uie field whenever they got Beldam, as noted above. The Players Bumner, wlio.uaually'piars goal for was on u back position A general meeting of the players aud supporters, of Xortli Lethbrldgc Fool- hall Club will he held imnstor. school tonight at S o'clock. The business is to the report of the deputa- tion to 'Hie City and> -District Football League. c- v BALL SCORES DELAYED Owins to wittf irouble OD the ]Iorald's leased wire this iiior- Hint, 'the niajur nunor league Fi-ofes uot avail- ablu at (ho lime the Page weut to press: Mcllvena Is Is on Way East Question Will Be Discussc'd.at General'-Mccting of Team Football Camp i e Lelli- '.of Ihe Lethbridge City.and.-blslriet root- ball League hu've'istirred np'a horiiels' uoatjln the-X. L. If, A j {iepulation frotir lliii team: walte't! on Ihtiiea'g'uVeieciiUve tpnighf ii-VeKerakL'rtetine of the team The. 'all-abso'rpin'g .subject 'lo be de- cided tonight" is'whether'or .not the North Lethbridge team will drop out of Ihe league.'..-It Ihey received salis- i -ienced e." Foi faction at last night s meeting the talli aliout dropiilns out will be done away ivilh. Clark..in'd iierformeil fairly well. Dave Campbell, centre forward for .he Hlacl; DtamoudB, received more :onim.endalioir from the crowd than of Ills fellow players. Ka.ue aud Vnderspij.were'not ivprk- )d >ery haid. the forward line with die-half backs doing must.of the play- iig. However when they were leeded tlic.v wore on tho Jou. [Following ure-lhe-players KRA05IENTS Mcllvpna Kane Anderson Dunlop Shaw -inning Knox r Many of Lothbridge bact- the .executive handed- the league to the Fragments by deducting ilia two iminla referred to. The reason the Iwp'poIiitE Xere taken oH was he- cause the N. L.-.LV played Waitoii. who, Iho cxeeutivft ruled. -was an outsider. The N. U U. (ip not agree with them. Walton played against the Fragments. C. tVlllells Foi Davis I.ege Lowe D. Campbell Sherman N. V.'iiletls A. Campbeil Sunnier Clar'K peacock MlNBliS -.RECORD Medicine Hat Got Honors on Golfers From Lethbridge Some Scores Over -Exceedingly Difficult A. De- serves a Medal Saw Ball Games. LcfKbridye's -Chiimpion Jumper.Wil! Meet Duuiin ion's Best Bearing the colors of the locsl G. W.'V. A., Hugh. McHvcna Is now on his way to Montfeal to take part In toe Olympic .trials. Although' the provincial athletic body was unafcfs to any funds to send Albcrl.i athletes to the east.the local branch of the G, -W, V.' were 'determined to aend tnelr representative east and ptit up-ihe'mbney for-the trip. iln_Montreal the crcarn of-the athtelest from the Dominion meet and from them wtfl tie picked the members of the Olympic team from Canada.-, ffollycria has car- ried the succsiss- fully thrburjh Olympic triEisi this summer. 'At Calgary he the high jump, breaking the A1- terta'record, and nt last week'he not have'any difti-f culty in TENNIS.' CHAMPIONSHIPS NOW READY FOR BIG PLAY; MANY ON JOD (By J. S. K.) worst '.feature of a soiling ex- cursion is that 'somebody always wauls lo play: golf. A dozen of Hip i l.ctiibridnC 'club Medicine. Uat on thoi'Wcck-eii'J and srrivlny hunie real- dpwniionr was the. piily cheerful'results ttiat can be rcccrded. II. A. aicuiilop is the UHC nicmher.ot tho. Lethbridge team entitled to.a D.C.M. or biictfio, of merit, lid walked out on a slnnige, and quite dllTiculi course and geared Colonel Bogey lu death. I'layingji 43 and a i bogey J'l.' He sank Mr. Uove; ridge, the nrcsiilcnl. arid one of the I shork. Iroop bt.'Uie .Medicine Hal golf j club. Tills sn'uajcd miilches with Mr. J Ueveridge for-'.his win on the local i some ago. when 'he i Mcdieinc" Hat' L a'.IJS championships speeded arrival of, tho last of out of town- sfara. NEW, YORK, July A new re- cord in Hie United Stales for the na- tional decalhelon competition, pnlnts. was established Saturday in the Olympic final tryont by n. llsniil- ton, of the University- of Missouri. CHICAGO. July the first and second rounds' of-the men's singles in the national clay, court tennis nn today, w cou tin gen ta fheas include Rolaiid Roberts.' San Praiicisco; Joe Armstrong.'Minnea- polis; Howard Voschell, Brooklyn aud Walter Weslbrook, Detroit. In the first'rouild pairings, finlaiid Roberts la, pitted ugninst Arthur C. N'ollieson.'Derwyn, Ills., former Uni- versity, of-Wisconsin player; Joe Ann- strong is opposed by .F. H. Exjner of Chicago: Walter Westbronk IB maich- ert against .Maurice James! Evaiislnn, Ilia, and Vincent ftlchards of New York ts opposed hy.Uert Keeley. of Cliirago. Other ,first roiinr! pairings J. .1. McUonlieil, .squared his hihlch with The rest all were matches, efcalcd Dr. Craig on his ig'" the- season's Atlhatj "Toney" KvrtnE playinp a rour.cj" Coaldale Braves Won Four to Big Program (From Our Owu Correspondent) July Turin learn came bvcr Friday, evening to Irim the Coaldale Braves. They had Seaman as a pitcher and Huff as catcher, hesMes four of Ihe other play- ers. of Miners' team. Seaman seems to have made up his mind to get one on tho Coaldalc boys one way or ihrj .other., in one week he pitched r and ho ought to havo considerable practlco on. thei CpalilBle'diuinond. If the.Coal- Oalq lioya don't wnich put he.-tyill put, one over, on Ihcin lii the near fiiturc. course he had a possiWe.'iChaace 6f r this round by as the ilrsV and third in'..ilie early round, Counted 'a two after being on-the green, both "times a Eood from both sides. 'The same turn out very exciting. There was iiot enough pep on, cither side. It's "the pep that'makes lialf the game.. singie tliorp in tho morning, and than tp Cardston for an evening all looking forward to miles from thi city. They have a very conipletc'-plant, and the course as already mentioned 1s a real test of golfing ability. The I.eLtibridge players- ivlio took the trip were: Ur. W. P. Cralc, H. A. McKiiTon, N. T. Mucicuti, -i-ir W. Monzic, B. Turner, J. J. McDon- nell, S. J. Shepherd, R. 'j. -Dinning, Donald Tlimniisoii, Jno.- Jluir, C. D. CarbQrry and S. Kirkhom. They were treated to a real ball game Saturday afternoon, Medicine Hal and Swift Current playing a ten Innings game 2. Medicine Hat won both games of n'doublehcader. include Ray liolli.nshea, SI..Lpnla, and I Tnc Current iiilchev struck Trafford Jayne. Minneapolis; Frllz cut ls "lc" !n the n'lernoon but lost his game by receiving erratic support in the Held. Hastion and John McCabe, both of Minneapolis; John Ilcnnpny, Indiana- Texas, ttllfornla, j and Powell Meyer.'St. In Ihe matches yesterday Wray I Brown of St.' Louis defeated Evan July to I Dallas, arid Walter Hayes of The former record of (5.S5S wis made 1 polls, ami .1. n. Artoue. DSllas, hy Alnia Fliciiards of Ogilen, rtah. (Kilniund Levy, nerkeley. Cn! FIRE IN 'PEQ extont. waa done hy fire in the Commonwealth block here to- day. Dorit M say HACDONALU BRIER fgMOKlN' i 11> TOBACCO Chicago, eliminated A. H. Smllh of Ames, Ohio. BOWLING -j The draw for tho Doubles titjon' is atmoiiiicerl. This corjijietl- lion will hp playeil tho basis, rach pair 'playing cadi other pair. Kverall and Alexander. and l.lr. Uryans. and Fnlrhrother. Jcjnes and -Patterson. Htronach .Chapman..- finil llcjltbu 3rd. Klccl-.vood. Clark: and'Ifelntz, .n Captured Five-Mile Even! ;ind; Til It in Newark Yes- (trdiiv NEWARK, XX July ttouul amateur, bicycle sprint was won j yesterday by Edward-'Tajrlbr' of Hie -New by capturing tlic five-milo1 coiilest. the fini] 'event of the six-race: series. The final >M as-fblloivs Taylor 20 bolter- welch lfer> Newark, five; Edjvanl .four. OAVIS CUP.GAMES CANCELLED Kin-land. July The tennis matches; io have beeii playedtodny-by, tlto French; ruid" Unit- ed 3taies; LfaVlsv Lli ji- icaciiS celled because of.ralii. PROFESSIONAL HONORS, MMVAi'.K. NJ, Jiily (Canadian Spencer of won tlio five-mllei Ujiitcd ''States M- cycle from Win. Spencer of Toronto, Hay Eaton STRAW HAT? 'Hiat's the jioiiit. 1( ian'i x a (ii9stlou: of. .ilti'ldiug to one. .It's just a picking buc -you Our largo .selec- tion will help you decide Uiut. a full range of .variety of styles; hatE b'uilt, oi} smart lines, iind com- foriatiy' coDI.' i Bert; Kester's MEN'S SHOP Hy.rrie of 20th Century Clothing Alexandrs Hotel Block ON THE CORNER; mid Friiiik Kfrifnef in an exciting cou- test at the Yclodronic- ye'Etcrday. Thu time was 'Hq did-' tho last f a'mile in .12: they want to trim the 'Hat teams they will have I to play ball! Result of today's gajiie follows: Coalrfale I A.tj. ILH.A. B 3 Jackson, 3b. O'Connor, c. Cliiiilc, 2b. WhlltillE, c.l. Myers, g.s. Sinitli, lu. McCann. l.f. Lund, r.f. Noble, p. Totals ;WE IN.A POSiTIOM TO GIVE.YOU UNQUAUIFIEO.SATIS- FOR FOLLOWING. WORK WASHING CARS TIRE REPAIRS OILING AND GREASING EMERGENCY CALLS Qui- night man is at your service Lethbridge Motors Ltd. ELEVENTH.STREET SOUTH Turin 3S 413 Medicine Hal turns to support iheir ball course they see hall games. Hii'lT, c........ Zubacli. 3b. Gimmick, s.a, fJrecn, Ib. out on masse Keanlau, ___ It H. A. B. .1. J. McDonnell is tho ivinaer of Ihe nlay down for June Captain's prize, anil will lic'oiic of- the four who battle in the final stage next October. Jt. Kocucn, l.f. Harris, e.t J. r.f Davey Hume had to give MnclJon- nell lo strokes on IS holes under Ihe nrsl liandlrapt-aml Mac Is hilling loo whltlfnB Totals 33 o 3 3 Summary: Struck out by Noble 13, by Seaman a. Base'on balls, Seaman Hil by pitcher, Noble 2. 'Stolen bases, Climle 3, Jackson 2, Myers I, fast a mark for IX holes. below. Ihe i Justice Wlifriii unagnon, a formor [judge of Llie'dujicrlor court of Quebec, Tlie Medicine Hal crowd, are al Sl' Qllc' goiters and the fellows, good best of liustr. very NEW RECORD FOR 't NKW July world's f'jiiird of nnr: minute VI POC- oncls for the women's luiMiiclre free fitjlfl swim fnitdoorj v.as ae'. Satcir- 'liiv hy HIcibiicy tlic Xr-.w Vorl: AfBOrfntJyu in IIio Olyinjjlc trial swiin at Manhat- lan licncli. Her time bcllercil ihe rer-ord nf !-1'i 1-5. held Jointly by Fanny Durtick Anilmliu I'harlolte iloylo of Woirttn's Swlmmliig Assoclntlon and is i S sodnuls fuRter ihan tin, Olympic- ruciird tor Din 'jtcril made by Miia Duruck at Stockholm lu mi.' II. A. McKiilnp has a now-game he. Intends introducing In LcthbrMge. It. Is ciillod "aymllpate pulling." He cleaned up also. 11 docBn'l (oil you a cent to get oh! boy yon to get out, -Mr. Me- Killop ?nys game. Keeps down expenses -when you win. HONORS FOR MRS. McCt-UNO KflMOXTOX, Alta., July Nellie >IcClnng Has' been appplnlcd a rlclcijale In preat Koumenlca! Con- ference of Methodism in Knglaml next year. She ;2 the ft-Et Canadian wo Timn so honored. NEW VULCANIZING WORKS RETREADING OcL "your next tiro rotroaded by us Wa'are eipert tfra men. We Are Also. Experts In Sec- tional BeadSj eUi We are here to give service. 8pe. clal service to Expreis paid one way. Leth- bridgt's Leading.Retrearfera, Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works 16M LETHBRIDGE BRANCH AT MACLEOD E, CHAPLIN, Lethbridoe. B. CHAPLIN. Mteleod 7i2 3rd AVE. We have opened a Vulcaniz- ing Ship ,il 324 mil Street S., opposite Lcthbridge Motors, and have Installed an up to-aate pTanl anci are prepared te handlu any size of tire and good service. UNITED Vulcanizing Works L, TULLOCH W, STOTT. Retreading and Vulcanizing Phono 694 324 11th Street (Opposite Lethbridge TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR GRAND MID-SUMMER SALE MAKE YOUR DOLLAR 00 FARTHEST Why pay mofu wjien you