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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ACiE SIX THE Lia'HBKlUUK DAILY HERALD 23.1920 BRINGING UP FATHER IftCVA McManus -VE L- ru. MOT ee NSNOXEO ;It'i- a Genuine Pleasure i lo Dine Here There are so nianji fcatiij-e-v of Uir.lns hero that wiiii aii again. The fOBd, ihb servlcc.lbe eut.ntslwnCTt. ihi.-'cojl.-fresh utraotyhciv. the courteous attention Ideal. Sudi u pUcc- as ID runi'S tu u relift-fov thv wK.i from ths SiOt Kitchen. C. E. f'Gorinir- FoUrthJAvct an6 Fifth BASEBALL VS. CEE IPARK BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. WHEN SHAMROCK I. WAS DISABLED IN COLUMBIA SERIES Kejiher Team Played Up To Form Wind Was Large C.P.R. Had Ntw Goal Keeper In- a tampered by a Itgo thc-C.I'.R. finlrted irith a ove lo "one score. The-wind of lilt nlElt- made kick- ing: eiceedinily, difficult, Tclth.any -ft: siirance ot" accuracy, and' the result many shots on Soils went faivistray.. Both the' liMinilised mauv BOOrinE .Air icWmnt condition: attendance 'at "the same not large" and. neither team put up the brand ot football a< they hate done -in previous games. The C.P.R. had a new man, playing! goal forstherh and he-cgst them one.' INTERMEDIATES PLAY FOOTBALL TONIGHT NATIONAL LEAGUE 'Won.. Lost.-.' S3 37 The C, P. H- and North Letb- brldEe Intermediates .trill play football tonight on the C. P. R. gronndi. the game will com- mence, o'clock. All North Letbbndge..player! will strip.'in' school Brooklyn [Cincinnati..... Iplltsburg York St. Chicago Boston M.I Philadelphia. The'rgoaliscored by the C.P.RI dean oft' goal vas other neir player. liT'this case .Bate- man made a miss' kick and allowed McMorron- to gel close in for a shot. fact regatta the oarimen will compete .tart Olympic qualin'cjitions, ancfthat fact .Blone: will have, the effect of bringing Canada's best'oarsmen here .as welj as some fact on i .Bob. nes from in 'singles cHani- on, to defend his tltleiriSiii- 'that 'Kelly, the American champion, will also bz here.' Dibble Is very Anxious to meet 43 34 34 42 4-1 '45 40 'P.O. .584 .954 .500 BEFASI AFFAIR 1 Tickets Are Going Team is Lin- ning Will Probably Play League Leaders Humbled Again. P1TTSBURG, July made Jt two straight by defeating Brooklyn today 5 to 1.' 'Score': H. E. Brooklyn 2 7.2 Pittsburg............ 5 10 0 Cadore and Krneger; Carson and Schmidt. Cubs Win" CHICAGO.. July fielding Saturday night's football game is considerable .interest among "jj-ijjthc followers: of that line in Lethbrldgb. At- Thursday, night's: game-the 'spectators were discussing; Saturday, night's benefit game to a I larse extenU .442 .410 Tho Jv'orlh tcam'sjcms ,lhe _____ favorita and -'last night YORK, July Wllh- drawal of the Resolute- in the flrst of of races with. Shamrock IV. recalls a similar accident- which', caused Sir Thomas Lipton to withdraw his first Shamrock from the accon-1 race In the series of'1895. Col- (inibli flnislied the course un- der the terms of the following 'agreement, .between. Sir Thomas and C. Oliver Iseliu, the defending. as we arc of the opinion that Ih'e America's cup races arc, no less :i test of strength of conLlructlon of tho .comiietins vessels thuii sailing qualities, and- it IE io avoid tnc embarrassment :n which a ves- sel fiiulo herself when calleil upon to decide, v .ether to with- stated draw from ri race upon the oc- thnt Chiswlck will not be able to play, j 'qurrence of accident uis- but plenty of good 'abling her cdinpetttor, s it- is who can take his placB. H- agreed that In races'- Jistn-een probably "move onto the, the Shamrock arid Columbia line; which Is.whero be ought to each yacht sliall stniiii by the Instead ot on the reserves. v i consequences of any accident The game is schedulecMo commence, j happening to her. .'-A that the at 7-o'clock and a -good crowd is sure'jv ..uninjured vessel-shall sail put to be there, so be e.a-ly. Tickets are behind Meadows, coupled'with oppor- -on purchased at the! i tune hitting by-Chicago enabled: the locals to defeat Philadelphia 4 to gate before the game. falied to score in a penally, putting ville, .Montreal, and bail'Wet b'ar.-" !'othef: will' be' repre- foe first''halt'was'a see-saw'affair as usual. -Bulnth may'aend re- today. Scove: R. the race. Thomas J. Lipton. "C Oliver Iseliii.' Chicago .Meadows and .Wheat: Tb'en the Csllies scored Webb rail Kelly water.'because he end-for'the ball 'forcing Hilner out thinks he-can turn the tables on1 the of'Hhe way. endearored to' kick; it I man who beat- him -at Philadelphia, and fell, and scored. j. .-Toronto, .-OtSawu, Brock- .CINCINNATI, July hud aiimr is-------------------- Cincinnati completely; In check toil.ay ccond I preBeutatives, and possibly Halifax. It and .-the Giants Von the' wifboiit any score but In the half the. Callles had the; best of the pity. Shortly, after the game started LSiirie was put 'out ot commission through a cut; near his eye.'' He was sent 10 a.doctors to get it attended tojand for the remainder of the game tbk Railroaders played with Jen men, making a forward line of four players. Bateman was put out of the game with A wrencheil side a couple of minutes before the game ended.. ate C.P.R. J1 Webb Parsons llerrlcqtt Lowe Laurie- Mt-Lnckic McMorrow Thompson Derr.ic.oU BearU McFaflane, Haston' Ja'c'ltton D. Wilson Knight Ovens Pink Douglas Hateman Oanlop is not known whether Winnipeg will gel here or Their crews would bo very welcome. The .four Buffalo j N-ew' rowing clubs will send oarsmen over to try for the trophies. of the scries 2 to 1. Score: "York Barnes and Smith;, Eller and This year's Canadian Heuley i surpass its usual standard in a social Braves Win in 9th way. The Ueutenant-Oovernor of On- <_ Vralled i ralllerl in the ninth, scoring two runs anil winninX'5 lo 4. Yacht Club WveW asked to bring parties 'STECHER DEFENDS ;Tltl.E j 'bescngcr.'-'McQiiillaii' I Schupn, Halnes and demons. HBVBUE, July Sle- cher successfully defended his claim imrritr-A Id the world's .wrestling chcmploushlp] AMtHlLAN. 12 here la.ll night when ho 'defeated Ron-1 alO'Oanicner I., the Italian champion, j Cleveland' The fall was'maile in one hour 3'1 j-ew GUEST OF3 HONOR i" .WITH 1...LIPTON N'EW YORK, July i .noted Canadiai and Miss' Nan Jarvis. equally .well known; In the yachting qjr rworld. were among the guests of Sir Horse and Are Inri Thomas Lipton for the Jlrst day's race Ion board the stenm yacht Victoria, an-- I formerly owned by tlie late Hon. in-Going Diinamulr, of Victoria, B.C. Commodore Jarvis was visibly the hand man" of the great British (From Our Own Correspondent) RAYMOND. July. 21.-rThe most.a1 tractive racing prograni'i'in years .has been drawn up for the fall fair .which will be holrl at Victoria; .Park, Friday and Saturday. August 2i and 22. 'eluded MEN'S SHOP HOMB OP 20TH CENTURY ALEXANDRA HOTEL BLOCK.'' i yachtsman, at- The Canadian The committee hKa 'been on the program for .some .time and minutes and (our second scissors and armlock. by a body ANNUAL HENLEY REGATTA PROMISES .TO BE BIG AFFAIR ST. CATHAniNES. July 2X.-Al- ready there Is much lo indicate that tKe-Canwilan Henley Regatta of I'j20, wilj 6e hold on the pcrniancct course und Saturday, July CO and 31, is .going to be the premier affair In tlie history of the TOMMY GIBBONS MINNEAPOLIS, Gibhona, St: I'anl, York, July outpointed Clay ID-round no- Chicago ..-.V. Washington St. Louis! Uo'ston Detroit Philadelphia Lost. P.O. they arc cunililent' events '-29 .670iand the purses ollerea will bo such S2 'j. .053) aB'will drarv some fast horses to tho 85 local track. DeLoes the ill- .48i{ rector of the horse, and L. P. Skouson, director, of-tlie foot races. The track Is being pit In shaud for "GO 5S