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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAG! TIIE LETHBIUDGE DAIfY HERfYLD I'HIDAY. JULY 25, 191U UP -FATHER- EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKES OF BATTERIES CHARGED AND REPAIRED All Work OutrantMd A Written Guarantee lor t Vear Hill nrlth New Bat- terlei. J. D. THOMPSON Phere 716 !rd S. RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS Get your Nfxt Retread Done By Us. SECTIONAL AND BROKEN BEADS OUR 'SPECIALTY Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works Third Avenue Sou'h PHONE 1664 Sport Page Jack Coombs May Return To Baseball As a Magnate Jatk Coombs, who recently retired Irom baseball after a brief and very unsEtlsfactory fling as manager of ihe .Philadelphia club. to the game as n magnate. From "the Quaker City comes z well-founded report that Colby Jack has HOO.OCO of bis own to invest in the National league club in that city, and that he may head s syndicate to buy the franchise under which William F. Baker is now operating! Coomhs made it first known thai be sought to obtain a financial in- terest in the club immediately niter be was deposed Sy Baker So make ioom for Cawy Cravalh. He told it number of his friends that not only would he' put flCJO.OO into the clubf -but that he would gladly spend one; fifth of Lhot amount lo players wouU strengthen' Uie Phillies pennant .contenders. 1AI the nine was. paid. to remarks, but a day or two later Baker was approached by n .person "who said he represented a syndicate that -was willing., lo pay for the controlling inleresL :in lie club, and' the fact that Coombs had set that figure as the .value of at-tils to be- July Hole Competition J. S Brtcker vs D. Hume. Jas. Dawson vs R. J. Dinning. H. J. II- Skeith vs H. Hindis. W. McGregor vs W. P. Oralg. J. B. Turney vs J. Gibson. J. A. Reid vs T. H. McCready. J. H. McKay vs H. W- Crawford. J. W. Biwden vs J. A. Turcolle. J. Gunn v's'J. G. Robertson. H. C. Dalglelsh H. D. McKeniie. vs 11. L. Held. Ai H. Dcnoon vs N. T. McLeod.- T. Olland vs D. .P.. Yates. S. J- Klrkham vs R. J. H. Patterstra R. Livingstone vs H. lli Jno. Muir vs winner U. A- iicKlllop vs W. D. L. llardie. The first named is challenger and un less !hls match Is arranged nnd plaj BASEBALL TONIGHT The intermediates and Bank-, ers will stage a ball ganie at Eckslorni Park tonight al 6.15. Ridpalh will pitch for the In- termediates, and Slons tor the Banners. PLAY HERE ON IB. Header May He Singed A( Eckslorm Park July 3Uth E First Game in Scott Cup Scries Was a Poor Exhibi- tion The opening of the Scott Cup scries al Eckstorm Park last night produced a-.braiid of [ooHjall awnj- below the standard the Cans arc led to expect The contestants-were the CalHos an- the Veterans second eleven, and 01 paper this should have been of the fact: that the club shot Jo.pieces a' baseball sensp.a't Ibis declared that a" share is Vorth only in .tils "and.that {350.000 ?as a very -XT' air price1 for. tbe club. V .''Baker admitted that' he -had. re-.. an offer from a jiritimaled that be had spumed' IL. does, not J seem to a member of ,--I the-clique fivDichibpened negotiations know -whether or'not Jack .ftt8s as n-.ucJi'inoneyas be claims to 1 Baker Is" reported lo have I am certaln'that If he ha; .'lie' Tspuld not risk It in a tall club. 'jack is a .careful person, and 1 think j that all Ills talk about Deine.-willing '.I to go into'a.syndicate lo purchase this 1 club'was idle'conve'rsatlon. Phillies are not lor sale. H iany one comtfs along with be "lean Buy the It la not on tho ;'irnarteL ,lttlk-..of. dissatisfaction "among the stockholders la all bunk'. and even If 11 were not 1 control tho [club and will; continue to do so for 1 the next two years." New York slate has .orer :niolor TcliicleE. pmcnttee that.50 little effort iE'b.elDg made to get these raalfJies plajed 'off. V-' v SsmV-Finals June Holi' 3. S, BrickeV TS H. Reid. R. J.'DInhlns vs T. W. FOJ. -'S. J. Kirtham vs Hip. McKenzje. Dobald Thomson ,vs p.' Hume. Jas. Uawson vj .winner Thomson TS Hume. Winner Klrhham JlcKeniie Ti winner' Dinning'ts Fox va winner Jrifker vs Held. 'Then the winner o[ .his plays winner Dawson ra Thomson Hume- If you want to .win, gel busy. Negotiations are uncisr way to hring the fast Magrath baseball team and Barons together here next Wednesday for a double header. Since beating Cardslon, the Magrath_tearn are quite chesty and feel that they would he able to give the Millionaires a good battle. If arrangements can be made with the L. A. A. A. for the use of Eckstorm Park, tha games will surety be played, as both teams are anxious lo play here! Magralh ha.s secured the ser- vices of two more first class play- era and will put an improved team In the field. Barons alio have strengthened since appearing here a short-lime ago. They have signed leveral new men from the disbanded teams of the Southern Alberta Lesgue, and with good pitching by Juney and Hovey.wil! play a.brand of baseball th'e fans like Definite announcement will be made tomorrow ..regarding these In The Major Leagues AMERICAN Won. 53 JS Chicago Cleveland'.... New York...... 4? Detroit 10 St. Louis........ 43 Boston.......... Washington 30 Philadelphia 13 Lost. 25 35 30 SS ID -IS 60 .573 -.570 .5C1 .531 .4JS .429 ed before Wednesday, July 30lb, chal-1 win (or the Callies..-but there wa ,._-_-, -..i a period in the game.Tvhei Either side looked like. even, scoring let alone winning the game. not defences played well; hut pf.forwar work there jns appeared thai Ibsy did not want goals consequently 'nons'- scored. Th game was slow and an both7 goalies had lheJ.easiest possibl time.'between the slicks. -The match ivill be replayed i "Adams Park on a dale to be announi ed. and if either team is going far 1 .the series they will'bare to produce a lot uf energy Ironi somewhere.. Th'e Vels opened wlln quite a little life. ano_ had tbe besl of the opening stages. Breeze In goal for the Callies, being early called upon. The Scotch- men, on a vifiil to caused Smith to louch out and Kane cleared. Two corners followed, on the second Colquboun put tbe ball through but ----------_______________________was ruled offside. Mcllvena pul in f. .j ff'Q r. f, livo nice centres, Knight finishing by <.'rushing in and putting behind. Each