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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE 8UC _' k THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERAW> BRINGING UP FATHER By G.: McManus 'rTfji-T i. i m o 'I t That fa'U The sort of serilce that QC enjoj your food. Real testy wholesome tlUhes, thsir goalie of Ihel line-up; .-Jack' freeze taking the position between the wilh Davles. There VaB about teu minutes to go when the Fragments gut their first tally, the ball being; placed Ju Ihe net by W. Unnlng from I u well'placed corner by his brother. Just before lime Billy got Mother, this time the result ot an individual run, ihe pmltn having uo eaflhly chance. ,the tlnal score being 2-0 in favor of the The following was the line-up: ST. GEO KGB'S Breeie Xesblit Peirion BASEBAE Major Minors Results and League UWhen Bankers and Rotarians Stage 10-10 of League NATIONAL LEAGUE i Westtey Holbtrlou Firth lliat Kauncii Wallace Buchan Lush Draper Davlet II. Lfnning Allan Knot Chapman Shaw W..Licnlng Dunlop Anderson Kane Mclivena .FRAGMEXTS Brooklyn Cincinnati Plttsburg New York [Chicago Louis I Boston Team Standing WOn. Lost. 42 39 U SO The Saints iinih In this respect did not suffer as Breeze .put uS the finest dlsplsi of Kbal-tending n thU.season, and worV was iheJiighcst order High 'all cam'e alike'to V s hard luck after his clever display o'toe defealed just on A fami Jar was seen iti the Saints' line- in the Ot Bobby Draper used to plar for the :old Sons ol eleven several year'sngo. 41 35 35 53 P.O. .567 .567 .511 .516 .4110 .US The Fragments' hatei.displised a much beter brand football than they did last evening, and no doubt the long passing and. kick-and'Hish t methods adopted -hyilhe Saints pui thinr. off However, they and no team should be ireatfii tdo" HgTiUjr. did not have much to do, but what he did, he did well. The backs, Anderson and Kane, were not BO good as usual, the former making several mis-kickB. The halves, aotablv" Llnnine, were good, ahdjio doubt the Billy Vent to centre forward the Rede the chapman; the new man, plays'hiB position well and 'should he an acquisition to the te'ara. Davle Allan played usual clover game, lisa yet to get that of his. Hercame awfully near It ed.hard. r Vraiments won tie toss, and defend-1 iost night when his shot hit tha up ctl Uic north goal They early prose-! right., The.'reat of the forwards work- ,H rfnrt 'Himmy I Inning put over trto bar wheri nell placed, Another went begging when fses- rilc Kicked, ANallis dropping back 1st In time TJic1'first 15'minutes vRfiin favor Cf the rfd the good defensive work of Poar- i ami Nesbitt kepi them out. An tjtprl by Davlcs doicrves mention, ho Fhol from 11 awkward angle. tho other end Piunch tested .the, ?i Clitics of "Mcllvcna after .a-clever 1 m I y Draper iTlie Saints were .fry- lac hvf gime, aud it a cil successful and "Anderson oho1 ot "o of Iheir previous was noticeable for an individual For, the Saints, mention has already been -made of Breezo. in goal. That is one position they seem to have been fortunate in matter ot players McInlyrG) has 'a worthy successor Xeabltt nlso deserves special mention for his display at right back, and broke up tho' comujnafion ot the opposing forwards time and again. Ills part ner, Pearson, 'allhough not used 'to tho position, proved a good, 'both Firth and Westley Ehowing an Improvement. .iSStley had i to holdf and much o Linnins's .usual good work stumbling block The halves were but his Una! snot went consequence. .Billy llol got laid out in a'colli-! borlon piaycd his u, j., ...i Urapcr, but was soon around hot from Itavles of by and -Pear. SghoaJed out a dangerous-looking The closett shave to a score Alltn s boot, when ho hit with, the goille henten. i fulling In his attempt to conym Haltlirne with thol ibect b'ank er change of ends had f thoir thare.of (Irtigame, ii'nd _.. the early stipes looiBd'ilHic Otntxi 'ifcllvena did' web to rtib clear when Anderson ''mfs- jidgiM, a dropping kick, the goalfo Draper In- the for The sun'pbrlfrs ere oUaorlng for tiall Besmcd to either just the up. go over the bar, or got with some clever goal- The pcmlty referred to oc- this stago. Wallls had JirfikenS through ami was r-rrllMn jh6otla41? rtlstsnee whcu wis brought dor. n on a foul "chiree, tho game was held up for a time Syd seemed badly hurl and fad to carried off the field ot play. entrusted .wllh the kick, and made a good shot, bujt Mclivena usiial "quiet" game Mia >as noticeable ader iho call o Umb; acting. ;'.io rolt of peacemaker ISuchaii and Draper wero the pick o the forwards.' Waljfs in a string position' anil Faunc did not get- the w'ing passes he shout haro hSd. Phllliel Hit Opportunely'' PHILADELPHIA. July hia Ml opportunely today, and. de- eated Pitlaburg, 7 to 2. Score: n. H. E. 'Itlsburg 2 'V.I hiladelphla .7, 13." 0 Carlson Blake and Hub- ell, and Wheat.. Boston Beats Cubs" BOSTON, July held Chicago lo (our hits today and Boston TTDD, 4 to 1. Score: It.' VL B. Chicago 1 4 2 Boston......' 4 9 1 Headrii; Carter-and Killifer; .Mc- Qdillan and O'Neill. for Cincy BROOKLYN, July made it three out of four from Brook- yn by 11 to G. R. H. E. Cincinnati 16 I'fpoklyn 0 6 4 'tiler and Mar- iElllott. -GlanU'Still'ClinibinB July Yoik made a. clean sweep of the series with St. winning today, S to 7. Score: it. H. E. it. Louis............... 7 13 4 Jew York.............. 8 12 1 Jlaincs, May and Clements, Dilhoef- TJ Tonoy, Douglas and Smith. Rotariuns Take Lead in Sixth Innings it in Ninth When Bankers Shove a Run Across Tieing poned Games Will Now De- cide Championship. LEAGUE STANDING W. Pet, Bankers B 4 .GS2 'llotarians 8 5 .Olo Miners 6 6 .500 c. c.'s 210 Before the wlldpat-ejEd crowd of iat of the city league season the'Lea- gue Leading Bankers and a cleaii one scoring Ihe base runners. Tambor sacrificed him to third. Bert- rand hit one to Biggs at third which he threw away and llidpath scored and the runner came hems on Muhol- land's single. That ended the-scor-j ing for that frame. .1 The Bankers went down In the neit only seveu men facing Riclpalh, but in their half of the sixth put the game on scoring twice. Morrison bit ja long, one to McLean who dropped his second of the evening'. Hohwcr I scored-him from second with clean [hit. liohwer went to third when Biggs let R throw gst past-him. and scored on Langdon's eacrifjce fly to That' tndcd the Holes scoring slaved the wildest, game of'the cntlro schedule at.Kciitpnn Park lasSI-nlgUli 'and after' two honrs' -Blfrenuous' labor "on" Ihe part .ot-. pafltfining .gentry it .waa oven ,Vp ten and the lea- guo has to go into Ihe postponed games to decldef'tbi winner or the pennant. It is the closet race ever known in for Ihe evening. 'In the.Beventh. they went down one, twb.'three. 'fn'the eighth, they threatened. Sang hit and slole.-bul waVcut down at third on MorrlsonV fielder's choice. Morriapn 'stole, went to third on Hohwer> in- field but. ''Larigd'pn was hit for the second time nnd took second, hilt Rid- path' flled out tb'flnt. In the ninth they made a desperate Tambor. dumped one right In front of the plate, city league baseVsll Charlie O'Connor Jilt hist with gulling ul (cvcr'flofEne'as shown tne ball as first aud by the moo of faris-and tliG icrfiRol'13 went on irobtlng. Most ot the' rooting was (or! but Stpno tiBhte'ped up iand atriick out jth'e Holes. The crowd was pulling fBertrand and Dunsworth. Mulholland for the boys to win ahd at times they rode the Bankers Ihey were an outside aggregation representing Kipp ,0r-Chin or somo olher of those-big 1 league, towns: -'However took it all liKgood'irart. played ball till the last man was out and saved them- selves R drttbbing by oevef jaying-dle. They .wore the end of [he soveblh ind the crowd "was pull- Ing for to wind It up (juick. AMERICAN LEAGUE Team Standing Cleveland New York......... Chicago Washington SL Louis Boston Detroit 04 64 60 14 U 40 ____............ 34 Philadelphia 28 Losl. 32 30 37 .4.5. 51 5S Pet, .667 .040 .140 .370 .253 Tigers' Aga'ln HENLEY DETROIT, Ihe right llrae, Detroit "defeated Waslilug- ton today, :8 to 4. Score: Washington 1 is Uclrolt 8 12 Zachary and Clharrity; Ayers, Ehmko nnd Alnnnlltli.. Leaders Win CLKVB1.AND, July nuiltt It'lhred at'ralglll' (roni JSosion t d f McKlllop, rf, cf Biggs, 3-1) Hond, c O'Connor, c Mulholland, ss Sang, c .Morrison, l-b Uohwer, 2-b Langdon, 3b 0 2 1 11 2 1 S'J 10 S 27 12 AB R It PO A K four.r Mulholland Furlong fielded htif'ljrounder easily but failed to throw to Stono orcd thfl-hag. Sang'-iint'ono thrdiigh tho infield which was mussed the outer garden nnd he roosted on l.hlrd, Mulholland scoring, Morrison crac.ked.ono for two lings. a sacrifice to left widen scored Bang Lang-Ion popped one lo Biggs on till' ahd Morrison scored. Rlilpalh lilt jlong one to McLean which ho drop- ped scoring I.angdrm. Tnmbor was lilt by pllchcr. but tho next two were outa. That jint IM notes one up. The Hankers tied it up In Ihe sec- l on.ij McKillop hll. etolo, but wns ruii- dmyn botsveen" and third. Illggs drew a on second when McKillop was run down and stole third, Sang throw wild lo third lo head him off. ami Dlgge scored nil easy one on ihe wild peg. There was nothing sensational In i Iho next two slanzaj, but In Ihe fifth hoth teams'opened up a keg of nails, -furlong fouled out lo Sang, Stone I jfiot ft hll, swls and 0 12 I if: have pulled a gun pointed it alibis wife yesterday after- noon at the Central hotel to which place he had returned after eluding his pursuers .in the brush near the river. VIchuk is now in the city, cells awaiting his preliminary hearing, which is set- for nexUTueaday.' It appears that there has been Iron- ale.between the. young couple before, and Vichuk wont to Spokane-for a while, but returned a day or two ago. and h quarrel with his wife 'resulted.' He Is charged with attempted and has retained A.' I; Fisher, JI.L.A., to defend him. NOVA SCOTIA YACHT i A CUP .GHALLENGEB' SYDNEY, N.S., yacht clubs i of Nova Scotia' wlil; challenge the deffindciJ of the America's cup, if the suggestion as leld down 'by A. 0. Floss, former-M. P. ol'A'Ictoria and' North Cape Breton, but now ot Jldut- real. is followed out. Sir. Ross' would liko to see the yacht cluhs of this province combine and secure a challenger-and place1 a ilefl in the hands of. the New York Yacht Club. An excited crossing policeman on" Broad street, -Philadelphfa, blew his whistle and stopped.all traffic.; fhc.n the crowd 'saw, 'paddling across the street on a kiddle tol of .thrco yeara, as calm as a May rhprnlng. RETREADING Get your next tiro relreaded by us. We arc eipen tiro men. We Are Also Experts In Sec- tional Work, Broken Beads, etc. We are here to give .service, Sot. service to 6ut-ortpwh'6r'deni. jXpifcss paid one way. Leth- bridge's Leading Retrcadcrl. Lelhbridge Vulcanizing: Works PHONE LETHBRIDGE BRANCH AT MACLEOD E. CHAPLIN, Lelhbridat, 712 3rd AVE. S, j tint mi, and went lo third on A ball. Evans sent nn easy lone to 'lulhoilnnd who throw lo [catch Stwic, who sroroil. Evans i AMERICAN ASSOCIATION BcScr om indlanapcills 1, Mliw.iukec 3 iKiiifsvilfe J, St. 1'aul C. Kansas City-Toledo, wet grounds others scheduled.) WESTERftCANADA fteglna 3; Saskatoon 0. Moose Jaw 1; We.ilpeg S. (No three, bagser nnd Wleilcr scored and Mf came homo when I.angdon hit him with iho hull in a scramble lo' catch the runner between iho hnscs. The two up struck out. Tha camo right back with four and tied it up ajrain. rtohwcr rm and went to socond wlun tho boll was delayed in (ho oulfleld. He Btolo third. Langdon was hit hy pllchcr awl went on lo second1. Ilinpuih hit 10 7 II. E. ....310 S 7 012 10 7 Score by three base 'hits. Stone. McLean; two base hits Morrison: sfplen Schweitzer, Stone' 2, McLean 3, McKillop, Biggs Sang, Morrison 2, sacrifice hll Tiimbor; Stone, Lnngdon tvvic-e, by McKillop; on bases. Uahkerf 7. Rolarlans S; struck o OF GOOD TASTE, IN THE WAY OF FURNISHINGS. Htdpalh S. by Stono 10; earned Cravats that match shirt or socks, shirts that o well with the suit, and collars that fit oth the neck and neck band. Come in and see how quickly and pleasantly we can fit you out, INTERNATIONAL Akron 2; Toronto I. Reading 3; Jersey City 1, Uochester 3; Iluffalo 19. Syrncuso 1; Balllmore S. SHOP.OK KAS11ION AND THE 410 FIFTH STMEET 31S FIFTH ST, ;