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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THD LETKBRIDGE HERALD 17, 1920 BRINGING UP FATHER i By G: McManus i HEU.O-JHHt> AU. SLIGHT-JUDCE AND ON THE BENCH wnm ME xoo LOOKING THt WRGH4 CROWD TWE Sensible 'hecauU rood, tie rmristy to the elttttot, so. gratifying. It is E' to lha Vtii not' U) to spend >w hotumaxr days cooklBf Ad iretirrug washUi aui dishes. You'll be a lot ol otker SILVER GRILL C.JC. MOORf, KOR. Orner Fifth tt. C.P.R. GOES INTO THE FINALS SGOIT CUP WITH THE FRAGMENTS lowed hits. Will belter sujipoft lie would hive had a shutout. Bcazer complained ot a but at that he. got pqdf support. Coaldale plays in Medlelue Hat on July 28 and will 'eitend Uie Monarchs to the limit.'. Thirteen wins, or.e loss and one .tlij gatne is the euvlablo record ot the Coaldalo boys to dote, a record to, bo prouJ ol.' _ Feature Hard Derricott Scores Both' Goals for Win- Was Busy Man Two Penalties Fought In the most bitterly contested game football this season, I ho C.P.R. de- feated tho .Saint Gebrgo, team by two to one 'and won the honor of going into tho finals with the Fragments for the Sc'ott Cup. .Trie'first half ol the game was hot enough but in the second .halt hard checking-and rough work was fairly.general and. from the appearance" of some of.-the players alter, the game, they, lost, a lot of bark. The game was- exciting, particular- ly; during the second.half; after the had'score's Vn-a-penaHy.' The players the it' theyXscored on .i.1 penalty Saveral fights werejstdpped" by'the'players'and tho thib whistle blew tor. there was an altercatioo times as .if Hoi- berton would be embroiled in a-fight lint Bill was tot Sehtmg mood. Fouls 'Called. Several, fouls were- sides i'for. the manned: in which players 'were checking their oppon- ents. High flying was experienced by of them followed by hard falls. Klrlh, halt back JOT the'Sainle was hollered at 'considerably by the crowd Lut then most :of the specta- tors were ready to yell at anything. Firth and'Nesbltt put'the ball out o( play considerably, particularly for a lieriod after, the Saints got their" goal arid before the C.P.R. scored on their penalty. .Miluer and Ted. Derricott were mix- ed up ID near fights bnt timely Inter- prevented open hostilities. Ttiero is no doubt In-the 'world but that feeling was running high during most of the second half between "the teams. first-penalty H. was fS- hands arid ,'did iibt; uarevmnch chance 'of' iK Fifth made a good hick into the coj-ucr of the-net. U long until the Saiuts were pushed hard and Mclnlyre was '.oJtL.qt .his .goal Ihe" Salnn'ruwe'd He saved It with his hands and the result was a penalty and-a score for H. Dcrricott. -He sot a rush and scored the winning goal. The play during the game was (air- ly even with the Saints getting slight ly the better of U. Percy Irwln ap pearod on the field wearing C.P.R colors and played a good al centre forward. His speed came in handy and bo was able'to'-get for a number of good rushes. Dil Holberton played centre forward foi the Saints and took a number of shot! n goal, one proving exceptionally for-' tunilo for the C.P.H. as if passed only n. feiv the post and would have' beeiv a Jyird one to -xsp -1! it hal.of been as fir inside. The Players SlcLucXIs played hsrd and was used extensively on outside right. Pear: son. outside left for the Saluls was another wing man who, got plenty ol work to do and kept busy. Both goalkeepers made some nice saves, Mclntyre, hauling down a high one that was dangerous: Most of the shots stopped by Parson were low nes. Following are tho Major Minors Results and League Parsons T. Derricott Miluer i Irsia .H- Derricott Bestpick Breeze Partis Fauiich Mclntyre Saints .Pearson, olb'trto Firth NATIONAL LEAGUE Won. Lost. Brooklyn'..; Cincinnati Pittsburg St. Louis New York Chicago SnitQit Philadelphia' Phillies .Were Easy ST. LOUIS, July Louis de, SO 35 41 40 39 33 -03, 37. :41 'I! P.p. ..5 02 .513 .500' .181 Benefit Garni ball League Schedule Will Bi'Played Off Tommy Burns Fails to w Come Back; Stopped bj Beckett in the Seventh Owing to the fact that quite a number of the players choseu play scheduled benefit game for tbe L.'A. A. A. tonight were out of town playing Friday night, It is impossible to tjt the All-Stars together and the game baa therefore been' postfioned. 'Arrangements however are being made to.iplay two1 benefit games for the one for tho.associa- tion funds and tneiotucr (or the Juven- ile sport prpg'ram.'Trhich is being car- ried out at a cost of some {209 during the Eunrmenholidays. The leagVe'held'a'ti'ieeting last night i'hen vafious'tolff.erencba were smooth- ner, Magrath, piano soloa by Vera Babcock and N. Lorenzo Mitch- ell, Raymond, vocal solo. "Deathless by Protere, Ira McBride, Wei- line, and two selections by the mass cd choruses from, the various towns, assisted by 'tho orchestra. The pieces rendered were from.-Lombard! !Pilgrlm'B" Chorui by .Verdi, .aud- '.'Tao teated Fhiiadelphia, 11 to 2, today. j poned games wl _ league the-cool er. The teams were all represented and the league right .to tbe last Philadelphia' St. Louis 2 i 8 11 15 Still In Winning Column Deteals Cafdston Coifs By Score of-Twelve To Four Causey and Wheat; Boak and Clem- nts. Win 17-lhnina Battle PITTSBURG, July Tori efeated Pittsburg today In 17 in- nings. Hamilton wakened In the 17th when tbe visitors scored all tbel_r ns. BentoaVas invincible out. New York Pittsburg i........ ;Benton and Snyder; cr and Schmidt Braves Win In 11th CHICAGO, July Boston defeat- ed Chicago 3 to 2, tbe game going 11 Innings. 2 j in or played at The Rotarians (From Our Own rCARDSTON, Cards on Colts proved easy pickings tor the Joaldale hay heavers here last night, Coaldaie winning easily to the tune of 12 Coaldale :iron allowed while Beazer was more generous, giving-twelve a wait.. .pardstou, fielded poorly and showed lack of practice iu every de tme.ntr making .no less.than tea errors.' The first three Innings 'looked like a ball game. The less said abou the Colts the better, but Coaldale should bo prou.d of their nine. They are au aggressive, hard bitting, good fielding team and should be heard from in championship play-off. r s Score by Innings: R. H. E. Coaldalo 110 308 70C--1: 12 3 Cardston HO 000 -t. 6 10 aud Yvhllting; Beazc'f'and McKenzie. Notes Noble struck out ten men and al- '1 '.Q. R.'H. B. 16 1 9. ,.4 Boston Chicago 13 7 Scott and O'Neill; Hendrix and KI1- lifer, Daly..-'- League Leaders Trim Champs CINCINNATI, July BrooWyn overcame a four-run lead and won from Cincinnati, today, 6 to 4. Brooklyn ,6. 13 1 'vT'' WTbe Tfjfey they night to" the 'Unis'if who" "are hopelessly will be there with for the rest of ,lhe 'hooe vrtlj 'stlH be qg deck The groan dsVa re'now In-good shape and soirie ot the 'post- poned gajnes will be played there, .Next week's scheduled games are: Monday, Jnly vs. Coium bns Club, at Adams 'Ipa'rk. 'irueiday, July vs. Mln era, at Eckstorm Park: Friday, July vs. Col umbus Club, at Adams Park. Ciridfnna'ti V. i 74 Grimes an'd Miller; Reuther and AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland Chicago Washington St. Ltfuls Boston..... Detroit Philadelphia Won. liost. ,4 P.C, WE ARE eipiee IN A GIVE YOU UNQUAtlFlEO OILING AND GREASING WASHlM CARS TIRE pPAIRS Our night man is at your Leithbridge Motors Ltd. ELEVENTH STREET SOUTH PHONE "27 ;30'. 30 38- 41. 36 52 6? -S67 .613 ,625 AM .494 .325 .262 Raymond; on f. RETREADING Get your neit tiro retroaded by us. aro expert tire men. We i Are Also Experts in" Sec- Work, Broken ecait, tit, We are here to give service, Spt- to out-of-town ordert. JEnprtu paid one way, Leth- bridge's Leading Uthbridge 1 ValciBiziag Works PHONE: LETHBRIDOE. BRANCH AT MACLEOD E. CHAPLIN, Lethbrldae, B 712 3rd AVE, 8. CHAPLIN, Macleod. Athletics Indians PHILADELPHIA, July single with the bases filled In the 8th, gave Philadelphia a 5 to 4 victory over Cleveland today. 4 10 3 Philadelphia'........... .6 6 1 Shale, Bagby and O'Nelll; Naylor and Perkins. i 'White Sox Take Both' WASHINGTON, July won a.double-header from Washington today, 4 to 1 and S to 5. Chicago 4 9 1 Washington vl -i 5 0 raber and ScJialk; Johnton and PI- clnlcb. Second game: R, H. E, Chicago...... 13 .-6 Washington 5' 13 Barr, Clcotto and -Lynn; _-Schalk, Courtney, Erlckson'and Oharrily, Yankees Trimmed ST. LOUiS, July Louis de feated Xew York 5 to 2, taking the odd garao of the series. St. Lotlls s n New York 2 G Daync and Scvcrold; Magraw and Tigers Win In Tenth BOSTON, July double scored Cobb and gave Detroit a 6 to o victory over Boston today In tho 10th nning. Score; R. H. E Detroit................. 6 12 Boatou................ 6' 13 Dausa and Stallage; Iloyt and Schaug. PACIFICCOAST Portland 7, Salt Wke 5. Vernon 2, San Francisco 6. Oakland 2, Los Angeles' i. (11 in nings.) Seattle 2-H Sicramenlo 3-0. WESTERFCANADA At Mouap Jaw: ..Calgary 7, Moos Jaw 5. At Keglna: Saskatoon 6, Hegfna i At KO.montou -7, Wlnn pes i, -_ i Iiisicai Festival Pjeceded 8Wcn did LinjsVnf Sports Soldiers' -Chorus'1 froni Faust: Raymond second ward look the High- est number of points In the truck and tjcld events winning the first prize, the reading course for tho season of 1920-21! Magrath association' tamo tecoud, winning the HIstdry of the World War, and Raymond, first .ward third, winning the picture ot Pres1 Heber J. Grant. 'A detailed list of the. winners and In .the various events will (klven R i-itPr Qffl al .data .onrall .these eventf is not ully compiled at this writing.. The arlous athletes, however, did some good work. The pole vault was articularly keen. It was .eventually aken by Van Orman, -a splendid aber athlete of great promlsej'who caled the bar al 10 feet 10 laches. A. Mercer, of Magfatb, came" second. Base bail'.Game At seven o'clock on the grounds in own the scheduled .basebnll game be- Warner and Raymond was pull- d oft, resulting in a for the oite-team. The.score with ne'innings to.play..The game'was Riled on .Account, of'- dafkne6s'i..This ttis yearVthat the have been seen in action. They, layed good, cool, consistent ball all he way through the same. Bond pitched a steady game for the omestere. This was his initial game his year here and he was right there ill the time with tha hot stuff. The ilts secured were scattered. Berg was -for the invaders, and while he did some nice work, striking out five men, he allowed some costly hits, which won Raymond the game. The best hit of the game was berg's, magnificent home ran In the sixth. It was a beauty. Selman Stevens both collected a three-bag jer off Berg. Lee Brewerton made a pretty catcIT'in.the fifth. .The (earns lined up as follows; Warner: Mellhelm, c; Berg, p; Sloe lb; DOBS, 2b; Boyle, 3b; Bannon, is; Buh'ier, rf; Cla'rk, cf; Itoss, It. Raymond: Hlcken, c; Bond, p; Or gillj-lb; 2b; Selman, 3b; HawVr, as; Neilson, rf; King, ct; Stcvena, If. Art Leo, Taber, umpire. Raymond plays a return game Warner Saturday. Burns No Match For British Good Only in Third July 16. Burns, onertlme heavyweight champion' pugilist, was stopped In reund of what'wat to e been a 20-rouhd bout In Af- ert Hitl tonlgl.t by Joe Beckett, neavywelght champion of Eng- The seconds of the Canadian Ighttr threw up the tponje after Burns.had' iakeh counts of seven Bums protested' and and1 continue (he unequal fight, but his plea wss unavailing. It vyac clearly a fight In which oruie tirengyrwas agilnst" age nearly '13 years older than Bedkelt and he hsd not engigcd-In a boxlnj match for many years. -Three months of hard training had not'reduced his waistline and he appeared lo- be sluggish when he first began. It seemed that. Beckett could have ended the bout In the second round when Burnt to him-, self, repeatedly clinched. Never- theless Burns came back in'the third and this was his best round. He out-boxed and out-manoeuvred Beckett. His blows, however, lack- ed old-time h'e" could not hilrt his rugged'oppoh- ent. BUY BELTS NOW Most. own itear belts the year. round It's the most practical uid comfortable thins to do'. 'So vim'll find a great number pictine out one or more of these telts Thej are fine1 There is an" excel! enU assort- ment. The investment is aot large but It's a. mighty good one Priced ;from BerLKesWs of 20th Century ClftUilflf Hotel Block ON THE CORNER. GOLF tt Is pretty hot weather for golfing, bnt there am-two competitions that are so worth wbllo 'hat players should make- au effort to fill the cards, for returns. Saturday and Wednesday hole on tie handicap hole list la the club house. i J. J. McDonnell Is, wiaaer of the I June CapUIn's The July. t one Is now pretty veil under wtj. It I Is advanced to the 8's. Oilaihi meets 'plays- .winner :of I MacDosi'.d vs. DiTis plays J. A. R..Monicxu play? Dr. Toi. --These {matches''jy111 etrry }t to'HJe'Foursi'and tie fourB'muEt be' finished out by the There (s no dragging allowed and the committee will fairy but the first named In each palr.-if games aro.not pHyed .in thf week they are supposed to bo. That 1< the fours'must is flnUhcd by the 24th. There has been BO overwhelming rush of members to pay their.dues. There are more players this year my corres- Now. that nest are the days for playing In the less paid up than at Shepherd Cup. Thls-iB kiown as tho dalc heretofore, "Bogey Competition.': Members can choose their own partners, and'talilng three quarters of -.their handicap- as published Kt the club house, see what strokes you get against Sup- pose you have a published handicap of 36, deduct 12 which leaves you with your bogey handicap, then three quarters of- this'' ''Is-' whit 'play against is in the example given, That means'you have- a Our Own Correspondent) ItAYSIOND, July 15.r-0uo of th lost Biiccesstnl celebrations ever heli n Raymond was pulled off yesterda; iniier the auspices ;bf the Taylp iake-ll.l.A. It was'tte occasion ie annual rally and athletic meet o hat organization. The day's prosran went off without a, hitch. Beautlfu weather prevailed and the attehdanc was all that could .tie'idesjred. The opening event of the day was he musical the opera louse In the rooming. Somo of the lest talent in the south wa's heard at his festival. The-program-consisted )f a boy scout chorus from ed by Alston, piaiio solo by Mrs. Hoy Bullock o( TatiVr, readings by Miss Mary Ostlund'r-Df Letbbrldgo, and Miss Lucille llardy. o( Lclhhridso, Selections by Clqo reeled by vocal solo, "Good Tosll, Byvon Tan- GOOD RECORDS (From- Our Own Correspondent) July .goo.d records were 'made at the M.I.A. field meet -yc.Bterda'y. .The athletic events resulted as follows: .y, High Raymond, second; Stoddard, Magrath, Johnson, Barnwcjl; juniors, Green, I-e'thbrldgc; Bullock. Bin. Haymond second; Court, Raymond second: Redd, Ray- mond Pole Vault: Rolfwin, Raymond eec- nd; Bullock, Welling; Anderson, 6ft. Van Or- man, Mercer, Magralh; Pal- mer, Raymond second, 8ft. 10 Inches. Broad Jump, jdniors: Rolfson, Ray- second: Kempen Barawell; Ilaymond first, 16H.j.seniors, ''Plorson, Tnber; Hiymond -first, 8ln. Shot Put: Picrson, Tabor; Walker, Raymond second; 'Court, Raymdnd second. INTERNATIONAL Syracuse Toronto 11. Jersey Cily I, ijuffalo 1. Heading 21. Rochester 2, Ualtiinoro 1, Afcrbh 0. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Minneapolis 1, 4.' Mlhs-aukce '10. Tolerio 2. St. Paul I, Inrtlanapolts 5. Kansas City C, Columbus ffff'.- 't v JUDQMtMT RESERVED IN HACE TRACK CASE TOKONTO. July 4 Ion was reserved today by Magistrate Mlers, in tho On- larlo government case agalnsl Iho Devonshire Racing Assoc- iation. Tho technical charge Is .that whllo holding a charter as an agricultural HOC- loty, tho association conducted t a rnce meeting witfi helling on tho parl-muttiel syslcm. the crops appear assured, come across, The-ladies are Included In gentle-hints. Tue grass has been cut this week, and the turf Is is excellent shape. The mosquitoes ire are leaving to speak for themselves. Trey're there: with their niblicks. Medicine Hat-sport writer toolf us' for a bunch of tboy bad otroke at every bole ot the 18 On the all tho Indian signs I on colonel. I Big Chief MIc f One guy said visiting Msdiclne Hat's club house made -Lethhrldge jolferf. feel like "poor relations." Scfoened vorandaha, showers, locker rooms, wash basins, dining-room; comforlab'e chairs. Oh Of course they aren't all as easily figured out as this one. The reason of the first deduction of twelve is be- cause alt handicaps are based on par our bogey is SO. The new stroke card is at tho club house and shows where you get your tin glasses. Jenny bar the door. strokes. Opposite each hole Is a! Well, a little club spirit and-work you get three strokes for instance, you will find that N'o. 1 Is on tho 5th hole, No: 2 Is on the 2nd hole, No. 3 Is on the hole. If you have four' strokes yoii take' the three already given herd" and'your fourth on the 8th hole... your handicap, 'count' it out 'opposite eacfc together puts such things across. Mr. McKlllop has all hislclassel filled for the teaching of "syndicate The lossons usually are very shore, so (el your ismq on tbe waiting list. Take your -shopping; the purse Is Inside. ,.CV p., D. lessons. k t... A1EN 410 FIFTH STSfeET VULCANIZING RETREADING UNITED Vulcanizing Works U. TIA.LOCH W.fctOTT .Phone 324 11th 6. Ltthbrldie Will find in out- Gland Mid-Summer' Sale umisually attractive Fabrics and Style distinction ,-in i iv Brown, Grey and Navy Blue Suite These are- some of the bast values. As a money s84 restment In long sen'ieo they stand, alone. Three distinct moSels, doublc-Wcasled, tlnglc-brcasled and standard models for oldtr mos who drfcUs wlih consorvatlsni. I 17" t Louis Reel OF FA THE OLIVER STREET ;