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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JULY 20, 1920 FHE LETHBR1DGB DAILY HERALD -BRINGING UP FATHER BUT iKNV ONE THAT VJKO o KNOW ME: MICiHT A I'VE HEARD THAT PEOPLE its THibTQV.'M A LIAR It's a.Genuine Pleasure to Dine Here Tbcre arc 'so many of hero that titake you leave' .ii: .anticipation uf i again. Tho food, tbe eervice, tUs environment, tue j cool; fresU f.tnidsplifTO. the coHficoijs'intention ,arn all a.-place chouse to tu often--B'ui'b i relief lor wlf'j Jrom tho tot Ut'.-Keu, j'C. E.'MOORE.-MGfU- Corner Fourth Avei and Fifth St. BASEBALL Bankers Miners TONIGHT FOOTBALL Miners vs.'N. L. U. BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League. AMERICAN-LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn Fast dame Attracts Good Crowd South Gcfs Two Goals Close On efit in Aid of Injured Players Gels Good Support. The. The benefit game played n teams .representing tho and South aides in Adam's Park evening proved an inter- minutes from the. end the unexpected I Plttsburg happened, and the South pushed two'Chicago goals past Uunldp. Pearson got York----- first in a scrimmage hail St. Louis the ball been kicked oft again when Boston Jackson got No. 2. The whistle blew5 Philadelphia for lime with the South still The following were the teams: seal; W. Earl- (North Lethuridge) and Clark 1C 43 Lost. 39 3S W 47 44 4U P.O. .510 .553 .524 .495 .'45 Avon. 'Won. 45 .42 Lost. Losl- :u 35 1- 47 IS i P.O. I Pel.', .656 I .65'J .011 .500 .472 .418 j .360 6C .250 1 ALL-SIM.: BE5ELECIEO Cleveland New York Chicago Washington St. Louis Boston..... Detroit..... Philadelphia Ruth Hits Another Homer NEW YOHK, July York easily defeated Boston hero today; ST to 3. liabe Ruth hit his ,35th homer! of'tlio season, the ball going into! tlie lower right field stand. Score: R New York............... S Hoyt. Fortune and Walters and liuel. Tigers' Pound Ball DETROIT, Julv ham-'year. That fact was made-clear dur- mered three pitchers for.1'2 hits and j ing Saturday night's game when tho won Louis today. 21 'tq S; North and the South battled In a benc j Now is Time to I reparc For ii. B.J Out-of-Tqwn'Football it ij Games Mays I Lethbridge cati place- a 'first-class all star football team in the field this! i; SATURDAY GAMES Chicago NOSBS Out Phillies CHICAGO, July Although Ch (Miners) tacks; Lakie (North Lcth- beat Philadelphia, 6-4, PliUadel- hri.tgeV.'TennantaNorth P threatened to take, the contest Shaw (Fragments) Me- FV A. ar, (North Dtli6r uinthonnlng .rally. A ex- to nendryx, rescue E. fit garoo for several players who liayo been Injured this season.---Evsrypno Score: H. H. St. Louis S 15 Catrait 21 22 Zjeipects that l.ethbridge will clash Shocker, and with Calgary this year for tho provln Severotd; Colliiis; Oldham and Aiii- cial aurt footballers now should Euiith. j be paying; nttentlon to thai The greatest reductions of the year at'our big sale. It will pay. every inaiVwell to stock up BERT MEWS-SHOP. 20T.H CENTURY CLOTHING ALEXANDRA HOTEL BLOCK. '.ON THE CORNER. [irst tliree batters .had ;hlt safc.y. Gurr 'ft. H. E. rtitutmg for N'e'sbilt, Pink iiiayluj the i atk position cd tho Fragments" colors. whilst their oiiponcnts-Vore ,lhe C.s'P. R. j .NOTES Rot----------------- "wp.a tbo first four-bagger made that direction on the local field for eral seasons. Score: R. Jl. E. Senators Win By flally July tov. rallied in the eighth inning today and won from Philadelphia, 4 Score: R.' H. J3. Philadelphia 3 6 -1 Wasllineton..............4 11 1 It is'not too early to he consider- ing thij members ot such a-team. Of- ficials of; the if it Is .their duty.'should soon pick an all-star team and the members of this tcarii should get down to practice togeriier. It.is Ij essential thai the.all-star.team should ington, St.' Louis "niitl Boston, for tho ball to Winters at third, making fourth and Philadel; phia1 have little chance 'to imurovo their.'-irasitions .altliouBh the Slack- men last week won a majority of their games for the second time this season. and Perkins; Shawl'Schaacht I get many workouts together-ami-the and.Gharrity. S i remainder of-the football players i .-i: should bo willing.to give them several .SUNDAY GAMES-.-. Cleveland Beats New York 'NEW. YORK, ,'uly 24.- Ctovolan; went backjinto first1 place'in the Am- cMtian teague, (Ideating -Nnw York to Ii in 11 innings.- Uag'by and Quinn pitched' in fine Jattei _ One Drawback to'Saturday- night's id game the fact'that rhanyof-lhe players were not Ing with each-other and this is just the point that wants to. be lacking in.an all -star team. .Should the rYag- retired to favor of Mogrldga in the ments be elepted to represent Lcth- nlnth. Sco're: It. H. E. bridge Jn the provincial contef'V'Letli. The iratiie was-keenly fought, and, New Yore BELLEVUE TAKES. SOCCEH GAME FROM li'lLLCREST 3 TO 1 work'On Saturday evening at cen- Brooklyn forward was high-class. D.ivie 1 Plttsburg Allan has yiit to get his first goal this right canio C'IOEO with the corner, dropping the ball on the crofcsbar. "Baldy" 1 ail abo a fine opening from Allan has ynt to got his first goal this PTelti a. centre by Vorman Ciurr, having only j season, and he'seems to be unlucky: UH-; Cooper and Haoffner. the coalle to bsat. At the other end in this respect; His work Is absolute- St. Louis Wins In Tenth Buebim awl Campbell' tested Dunlo'p's ly unselfish-ln mid-field aud'he feeds] ST. LOUIS, July Louis won abilities The North forward linclhts other forwards to a nicety, but! from Boston in the train inning, hTsakmts displayed sor.ie real cpm-j someone always seems in the way -hoefcr's triple and Smiths bfcatlo-.i and footwork.'and only the j lo ,p'revont him from scoring. Me- bringing in the needed tally, clover defensive tactics o( Pink andi l.uckle played his position well and is hvith the bases full. R. H. E. Detroit 570 Ml1' I'hilBdelphla......... 0 7 4 a score. Once Gnrr placed over tbe bar when only abyut 10 yards ont. and it is not often makes any mistake when, fav- orably placed. Hereabouts Jackson no doubt the best outside-right In the Score: 11. Boston..............- I? and Stallage; Perry and Perkins. Felsch Helps Chicago Win BOSTON, July Felscli's hitting played a prominent part In .Chicago's 7-1 victory over Boston.: His double scored two runs in the.--fifth and.lie league. His centres are always Louis............. serous. AH the halves wore good, BaltcrleSr-ScoU and O'Neill; North, with Jock Shaw the pick. The backs sherdel and Dilhoetor. (Earl and Clark) defended well, butj tooT'lhc liisfde right position, Pear- "fell off" at the end. Uunlop in goal] SUNDAY GAMES going to left halt. It fell to Jlc- made some good saves and could not I Mitchell Loses His Fjrst Lickle to open the scoilnn. pn'tllPHi be blamed for the couple that BROOKLYN. July Plttsburg to- llr ball past Wcbh for No- 1. It'him. j day knocked Mitchell-from-the clcier goal, the result of :i re-: Tlrs South side forwards did not tno southpaw splttall. pitcher losing turn centre from Garr. Campbell] show the fame combination as their, hu first game of Ibc season. linksi like equalising at the olhor'j and relied more on score: .Tt. H.-B. ijic alertness ut Bunion dividual efforts ID break throusl' i pinslmrE Ding tloug iiiay looked none the worse the order hnif time, tbc- r his trip'cast to contest the Olympic I knocked the ball over the left Held 3 j fence seventh on iifrat. Hooper made a 'foSm'e'r in he seventh. Score: n. H. E. Chicago 2 Boston .............i 4 s 2 and Schalk; Bush, Karr and Walters. Tie Game at Washington WASHINGTON. July Louis was unable to win a game in B 10 (10 Michel Has Chance of Winning Leagues-Lose Baseball Game play, retiring Coleinau'.iu tbo ighth Inning. ___een---- Saturday evening 'game :foip start to finish. u good'lcad all tljc'way. Thu Jirst goal was secured1 by HtllcrcEl and from that on thc'.'gani.o was all -Tliu game'fiiided; three to one. In.favor of The Banio was in Jim' Crowder of Blairmqre. Bellevue played Blairmoro on esnday and secured a 'draw. Blair- more had two men imported. Robins Maintain -Their Lead on Hitv- Hard Fighf With N. Y. Our Own Corresrinndra MICHEL, July fast, rougl game of football this afternoon before aii immense crowd, Michel defeatet Coal Creek. 3 to 1. Coal Creek won the toss'and kicked down the field wit the wind before half-Urn scored 'their" only goal. In the sccon half tbe MIcliel-uoya got their coin- [binatlun going 'and; kept tlio (Ecfenso and goalkeeper hiisy. Coal Creek backs were Inclined to rough it and kick the bailout of'-bounds, hut it was This wjn .gives Michel chance to win tli'e league, again this year if they can defeat Fernle In the last The Michel Irand was iii attend- MINERS' LINEUP FOR TONIGHT'S SOCCER GAME The following la the lineup of. the Miners'for their game against the N. L. U: Monday night at Adams Park: Peacock, MeNab. -Clark, A. Campbell, D. N, Wli- letls, Lowe, Sumner, Whiteneld, A ncv electric .drink mixing' ehlno rapfdly. revolves a glass grip lied In Jaws attached to a motor. series of three played here; today's being called .on'account of- tide t.vn- wllh llic lead i-O.i trials In the. high Jump. Ho was In a jorc am] Elliott. Ljil> in tht fcunnil lialf'HIlly Lin-islranse position at oulsiile-left. as he nlns tlllt farther iilicinliiilays goal for the Fragments. An- v.ith goal, aftor an iisrtiv- plcton anil Jackson made A goad right Id'ul effort n.'.ii'ms th? rackf and! wins >nu Campbell was unfortunate putting A hard "RioiimlCT" in the far I in not getting a laity In the first halt corner or net. Applelon w.i.- giv! with ,1 Fhot from a dinlcult angle. (-0 "oft'sidB" when favorably Buchaii showed clever footwork, llol- 1 and was also woiTytnc tbe j liei'toa. the "olil war was in- defeuce in hard piayins- Wcslicy jstrumental in stopping many rushes, bandlec! jitsl outside the penalty area, but' Shaw lifted over the baV. Silly 'L'nntng was again the successful scor- No. with n long shot from twenty yards out- seem- ed and did not move in afiy attempt to pave. Applrlon made them that nice run and forced a comov. Billy i Webb in and Eho-ivt'ri clever head-work on num- erous nccapioDP. Wijttley and Pear- son wore lair. the former Is not an balf-bftck. Pink and Anderson at back were right on lop of their form. and (heir tcnm-mates hava (o thank _____ the cuil of the fifth with the Ponder. and Hacffncr; Mitchell, Ca-; score 1 to 1. .Score: H. 11. E. Louis i 3 Waehlngton -NJ.nth (nnlna Win j and ST. I.OUIS. July and Gbarrlty. ele to center in tbe ninth inning iho bases full, gave Boston two and a 3 lo 2 victory over 3t, Louis i here- today In tbe. deciding game of! the .series ot five: 130 Severeid; Score: -'I. II. J Ii Rl. Louis E Watson. McQuillan nnd O'Neill; i Uoak, Shordel, Halncs anO Dllhoefer.j PACIFIC COAST Salt Lake 6-J; Seattle 9-lS. Sacramento 5.7. Portland ll-t. Los Angeles 3-9, Vernon S-G. San Krnncistn 7-S, Oakland 3-3. NEW YOHK. July con Inncs 16 lead the race in the National League despite a hltlc slump last is a slump as compared Coleman defeated Michel at baseball Kritoy jiight by a--l to 3 score. Tlie> 11 were liicky in the first inning, mak 'ing three runs.1 after which the local pitcher, 'Kratl, tightened up, only al lowing one nin, in tho seventh in-j nlng'. -A feature of the gamo was the ycore was not heavier. goal saved soveral likely Ijolherton heading over tbc bar. Ill looking counters but riilght hate got looked odds on the Norlhaiders Wank- j Iho third goal if he hsd made any at- their opponents, but about five [tempt to reach It. ___ ________. J .hist aside from Saturday's game. how about an International game. England Scotland? It would sure be on interesting encounter, and would draw a sood sale. On form year there would be lillle to c oetween the teams. eres Neater than, TOOIffi SOFT COLLARS UtfwTOOHEHOOKtM INTERNATIONAL Baltimore 10-1. Syracuse 1-0. flochcster 1. llnffalu S. Headlne 'l'i, Jersey City 5-S. Toronto 7. Akron 8. AMERIC'AN_ASSOCJATION Toledo 0-1; l.onisvlMe 3-3. Minneapolis 5; St. Paul 4. MllwauXeo (t-2; Kansas Clty-il. Columbus u-l; Indiafliipulls 7-3. Cubs Bunch Hits CHICAGO. July blindi- i today aiid defeated pbi3 5 to 2 in the flnnl cnmc of the, THIS WEEK IN LETHBRIDQE iv Score: Pbllcdulphb Chicaso with tbc way the team has been play- Ing since the last week In June. The v Robins' lead, however, wan not clown lo any because Cinclu-f5 nati. the runner-un team, lost three games during the week. The relative positions of the two teams wcB.nol changed yeslertiay as both de- feated. The New York Giants had. a sue- week in -the west anil for a day occupied fourth place. The Gianta. I wilit (.'blcMgo mid St. Louis, arc' hav- ing a nip utid tuck race for the honor i of bringing up tlie rear'-of-llle I'llvlslrsii. all ihreu being within slrik- Ing ilfjianco of wliltli nc- cupics llilrd nlaco." ISoDlun fell Mclnnes' c-atoli in-right fieltl. pegging to Wehloni at lirst and v.'ho relayed 410 FIFTH 8TKEET 11. K. I i j Monday jPark, p.m. I hind during the week, nni) Phila.lel- j Q plila. ullliough bavins a tight belli un A Adims'ilaa its pcrccnlnsc. j S Adams don, ratc ,n hcisuo 5 V Clncy Loses Too Miners CINCINNATI. July GiantslEckstorm Park, p.m won tbe odd game of the five-game- Tuesday >s from tho Heels lodv by a ncoro' Baseball- Miners vs Bankers. In-1 Xcw Vork ma arc furnir.h-; of to 1. itcnncdlatcs.jii Aibms' Park, 6H5 p.iu. Plenty of cxirluimcril In their 11 .Score: n. II. vs C.P.H.. Inter-1 battle for Ihe Iho j 15 2 mediates, at grounds. p.m. !lcau Tile Indians took s 5! Wednesday j lead early in and wero ;g Football- f.l'.Tf. vs St. George's, at 1tor ''ay by tlie Yankci-ti the week of <4 Adams' 1'arh. p.m. i -tub' -I.