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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE HERALD, .1. FRIDAY, 1920 11 FATHER r T By G. NIcManus r A StwWe PW, H Waitu tkt fc wod.'ii. '.nrMjjr io'pltuwt to cntMrtw. It a nlW !o itt i daj. wain, let aa'd dfrtm You'll kw lot of SILVER GRILL c c. MOORI Cwmr wrt mm it SCOTT CUP TONIGHT: X. P. R, VS.: SAINTS Bankers Will Play 1r T ricked learn Saturday i tt- For LA. A.A. Benefit Pittaburg 9 JS..3 McQuillan, Filllngim. Watson and Ponder. Meadows, Blakr, .Carl- son ,and Schmidt. Phillies Defeat Chimps CINCINNATI, July made a strong'- ninth-Inn tag finish against Cincinnati today.'and to 5 Score R H' E Philadelphia ..i ;-7 ;3 3 Cincinnati 5 12 0 Hubbell, Gsllia and Wheel; Sallee, Eller, Ring and Wingo. (Only three gamea Park'Will-Be Scene of Good To Meet Cream of Other3 Clnbs at 6.30 p.m. The team that, Biak ers fuHorty r rf t Morrison ss, Huff, gfoVo jSeaman p, Bouther or1 J Seaman cf Gorrill or Zubach if; Wrist, 3-b; Livingston, 1-b. lhat Mon srli ijatehsU is scheduled .for Saturday tight at o clock and according to the dope it 'should bo .the best game of this, season among the local The leader? "eJgue, villl meet a learn picked from ill the other clubs The game is a benefit affiiir for the i. as that boQy desires to replenish' its, treasury (or endeavors (hut the L A A has its head board it stands in a position lofdo.some good and useful -.work, in' LethbriOge and support is needed :r6m the gei.icral- public. A good sum he treacur} nould haye meant lhat Mcltrena would hate cone lo ontreal truly repreientlng 1.4th as a whole He was sent by G TV V and although thil or is not splitting hairs it .would, have been much better If the public at large had sent him-bocause McIIt.cn a'- 1 go oi ailT ertisem ent f ci r everyone mil be proud at j whatever he does in tde east )Fqr emergencies as the iboio- tbe Ebould be blest ivjih a good bank account Another winter. fast approaching and DOW- desires lo see the A come jut neil spring with such a debt over head as it had this spring Turn out Saturda> and give i heloing hand Ercry twenty :efit piece Means 'Eomcthlng lo the jport In this city and every youngster Kin -receive a beucDt as the b.A.A.A. for the ttrae being, devoting its lime to tlie promotion of junior sport, BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Cloyeland New York Chicago Washington St. Louis Boston Detroit Philadelphia; NATIONAL LEAGUE Cincinnati 3ittsburg SL Louis Chicago NewTiorx Boston Won. 49 44 39 40 40 37 sr -tost 33 32 36 41 43 41 39 PC .598 .579 r.20 494 4S2 M74 413 -403 CHICAGO. Bailey hard 1n tW July Brooklyn hit and won from Chicago, 4 to 2. Srore R H E 490 Chicago v 2 10 3 Marquard, Smith and Elliott; Yau .ghjj, Bailey aria KlHUer Foiir Straight for Pirates P1TTSBURG, July Pittsburg won today tbo fourth straight time. 9 Boston AMERICAN LEAGUE 54 51 39 24 31 ,26 29 39 .16 41 33' PC Cit ,681 .515 5H .188 4ST -.816 .253 S 11 1 Cleveland Wins Before Rain" July stopped the> Cleteland Philadelphia game, in the sixth inning today, but sji enough lonChreWnil to win, o to 1. J ore Hi fc Cleveland 5 ii" 0 Philadelphia 172 Bagby and O'Neill; Harris, Keefo' and Per kin'. Detroit at Boston, .postponed, rain. Chicago at Washington net grounds PACIFIC COAST Portland 6, 'galt'IJiTib' 7. Oakland 4, Los Angeles 1, SeatHo 13, Sacramento 1. Aertion 4, San Francisco 2 in C 6. St. Paul 5, Indianapolis 7. (10 ln: (Other teams not scheduled WESTERN At Saskatoon .Edmonton 8, Easka toon 2. At Winnipeg Calgary Winni peg 6. At Regina JIOOSQ Jaw 0, t f y -r- NIUBANK Hard Game of Football .At Taber (From Oiir Jiily Ihe 'hardest 'ought.gaiue.of.tbe-seasou, thg Letli- iridge Caledonians here tonight reau- aged to get awa> with the baton dc-1 featine the Taber football learn b} the score of The game uas tvonj !or the Caledonians by a chance re- turn ,Ehot 'of Knight shortly after the game commenced. Tlib ball had cross- ed the Taber goal line north of the posts, and. (he Taber back .kicked a fine but' thr ball landed straight at Knight who shot back like a bill el. "shot'was dead on goal, and vcm so a lomeback. that curving oTer thS'goallcfi head beioro he could reach It. Tho ball just missed the bar, but inside and the goalkeeper could not get it thereafter; all through the.game so stubborn wasMho neither scored, although shots jvarc rain ed OH the Rallies' goal and onh tho splendid ulaying of Dunlop kept Taber from making or better The Callieo plajed-a defejn.0 (luring 2 erenl) contested game hiiVnot becfn seen this jear Taber the and the Calhes kicked oit It liellersXelter for a short-time, and'then, the ball travelled to line where it wait out It fas fiteri that'thetfn game Knight returned Ibo Hying kick" like a catapult and- Ihe game was.won. Hot but'two outs and a ccrner.got Lethbridge nolhing. .The ball was soon In the'centre, where it for a time, then'.aftcr terrific Play, it neared Ihe Cades' 'goal, only to travel back, and then-get tre igain Tbe sfruggle nas everr, then Ta_ber buckled in, and it was7 here Bateraait out by tile ball knocking the breath out of him. ;A delay of'two binulea hot play, during .which Leth- bridge seemed to grow ilrecl a foul in Taber s faior The Wck got nothing, lout after amout hot pla> on the Calliea' goal gave. Balcman' another tangle Then a rush agalni when DUnlop saved tbe day, o> that brought down the house Shortly offside gave Taber-a chance bntTthe referee whistle ctlled half There was scarcely s'ntlr In the alt. but what there was gafe It's favors on Ihe change.of goals. It was a hoi run up to the' Lethbridge goal that gave Taher ;a'good chance for a .penalty, and a comer occurred in' the' hot -the wind swayed the ball a little too much and notlilhg doing, and it wil-hot jvork in" cenlro again. The bail'tame back on the city men's goal again, and by com- bination play a aeries..of shots kept Dunlop on tho jump. was there with, .botli hands and .feet, and the ball.was 'teth? bridge seemed'now "6n other tut far; be-" sides they had only to KeSp the ball out. and till the close they playei defense, except for .onfr-nlg attempt oh the'Taber posfe. A' iltrneV against the Callles WAS a near hut touched Ihe bar on the outside. The ball got down lo iho Tuber goal. ann; Louie Oliver dropped with kick In the back'df back, sud a liot seririimage rieht'In the Callles' goal promised good bur- vest, but Dunlop Jumping'around like a Jock-ln-tho-box was and though n shot on goal from an out looked good It got Tabor. Language from the 'spcctulors was unprintable at the Taber luck, but .the ball took to rambling As it almost readied' thoh I.etlibridgo goal again, Uatoman gol hiirt again from a.side kick, but in a minute It was travelling gradually TabenvirO. It raced back, In of- heroic at- tempts to stop il. and Taber'got an- other shot or two to no purpose, and when after It (lad'travelled both ways, and Taber got thla time a dead shot and a cfOEO one at Dunlop grabhed It Another snort per- iod of rambling both ways, and.a de- termined attempt at a tie, tho referee's whlslls was heard calling lime. j Several ptsyer.i on both, tides a deddad limp after the ijanic, but flte teettr.x prcvulled, and all tho soro were forgotten In life supper Spread af Ihe While Lunch when the boys got their business suits on. It v.-ns (ho beet gamo soon InlTabor many fl day. .-..Tho llnc-.iip; Ruth Hit? 9th Homer, Busts Game NEW'YORK, Jujy Ruth, In the eleventh .Inning to- day, hit the ball over the'right field stand for The hit hot only game'for'the .'Yankees against St. Louis, .13 to also equalled Ruth's record of.29'hpmers made'last yea'r.'Babe 'Ijets-credit fo'r'the home ruri'uh- dei -_'si which alto provide for the scoring.of tht prT bases when the Hit'was made, even if they are not heeded to win the game Score R H E. St Louis 10 18 3' New York 13 13 0 Sbthoroh, Burwcll and Sever old; .Mays, ThormaMerv Collins and Ruel. Ruth's Performance j NEW July- -making his 23th homo run yesterday "Babe' Kuth.'star baiter New York Americans; equalled'his record of last year although the season Is littldjiioro than half'over. He failed to pound out a circuit smash in'Aiiril, but made an dozen both In Mav and June His'-best.performancG wrfs In the thlr -.'3 to In- clusive, in which period he added 10 tolal His banner, day was June 2, -he hit three'home, runs in a double- header. He bunched a pair in one contest on four occasions, May 11, May 27, June'25'and June 30. (From Our Own Correspondent) COLEM ANY July Coloman is to he the mecca for all sport'-lovers In the on Labqi Day It was de6ided largely attended meeting held In the on Tuesday evening, to celebrate by putting.on a variety of .sports. meeting appointed Mr. Kclloct. manager of tho McOHIvsry Coal Coke th> chair, and 'Mr. manager of the Bank of Com ,merce as secretary. It was unanimously agreed to have sports, football, baseball and races: Capt. McColl. of Calgary is to.be ask- 2d to come and show some of his