Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE SIX THE- LETHBrulXJE DAILY TUESDAY, JUN'fi S, 1920 j BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus CITTIH tlCK OF WE CtsVsR A.'bHE'i OH 1K FLOOR 1VE. CLEANED IN HERE. THREE TIMES TOOM DON'T I'M AM June Brides We Have a large assbrt- ment of suitable gifts in silver, cut glass or china. PRICES REASONABLE RAWORTH Ittuers of Marflia: Lktn No Witnesses Required Columbus Club In Win Column; Put Miners Down 6-7 Victors Had Narrow Escape in I only a lev feet from the bag. Huff c'a- _ r _ _. i tleavored to steal hume vvhlli? Pailchak Last Few Innings Miners I was at bat. AD H II PO A E Kotcb, If 4 1 0 0 0 :0 J. Seaman, ss Hnff, c '.____'.... S, Sciraau. p Took Hitting Slieak, Darkness Saved the Game. By a score ot seven to sii the Col- umbus Club boys broke into win column of ther'Senior City Baseball League last night in Eckstorm Park, .when they defeated the Miners. The C.'s showed that they have a good team, but last night vrere weak on liltchors, while the Miners were strong ivlth their battery, but the fielders did not give the desired support. Gorrill. pitching for the winners, soon became afflicted with a core arm.' -Ho'Vas unable to deliver with speed ljul hid the.Miners guessing for. se.ven junings with his slow underhand :'de- Iherj The Black Diamond boys' got IP him in tho seventh.tunings -when he vras relieved by Hilling, vrho .was unafble to .do much good. In that event- ful innings the. Miners scored five runs on sis hitsi one of which was a three- b-iee crack PhUchak, the centre Gorrill and strikeouts', during, the entire gii'me, which lasted for eight innings. The Columbus Club played better in the field than tho Miners and an.absence of errors helped them a'great deal. The Miners were weak on the'firBt Back and a number of bad plays iu the irifiold cost them'dearly. Scored in Fourth Ine winners dnr not start.to score until the fourth innings' when they put lour runners over the home_ plale. They, got the four runs on one clean nil a single base to centre by Gorrill. fhev got three hits in the flfth and gne run, a'double play, unassisted, by J base, cutting the in- nings short. Boucher, who accounted for one of the hits, n single to left, dado the tally. One hit was register- ed in the sixth. Hilling was credited Vth 'hat, and Turcolte, if bo drew a walk, went homo on the hit. The re- maining two' innings were scoreless Jor the Colunrbus Club Steve Seaman pitched good ball all through the gjme. He "works well and during the last two sessions, when-It was hard to see thy tall owing to dark ness, he. used as much speed as he could muster. .The Miners scored their .first tally'in the fourth Innings and J. Seaman got home after making a sin- Bio to Gccbad and after Steve Seanian .had made a.suTglo over third base. -Double Plays ri.Two double plays featured tho game, in'ibo sixth innings Chlinmrt; put up a fly to; tho pitcher, TTBO doubted J. Scam an. out at second.; Tn the fifth In- 1 nings, 'Sinclair, centre fielder for tho Kqlupihrjs Club, flew out to J, Seaman, on Vaselcnak'pff the b'asc.v jibjmi'.liiL; a hot one'and was handled'admlrably. Vaselenak: never hatf a.Jcnaaco'tb'recover his base. for the Columbus Club, retired' ilieHhird man in fho second Huff from lo'.hbirie to third, tagging him 4 4 4 4 4 Baccde, 3b 4 Zubach, 2b 'J Philchak, i' a Cholack.'lb 3 0 1 1 1J 3 1 1 0 1 0 I C 1 S 2 0 Chicago...... Cincinnati BrookljTi Pltlsburg..... itostou...... St. Louis Livingston, lb Killing, 2b Graiji, c nurns, rf....... Vaselcnak, .3h Qorrillr p If G 6 4 o 4 4 -3 0 11 24 S 9 H PO A E 1 12 1 3 0 5 0 2 0 3 0 li 0 1 Score by Miners C. 2 000 IPO ,.000 -i CITY LEAGUE STANDING Bankers 0.- C.'s'..____ Miners Kotarians Won. Pet. 1.006 .500 BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. National League j GL'arrtly; Thormahlcn, Shore, Collins anil Hannah. t C 7 1 jXcw York............ 7 IS 3 Shaw, Carlson. Schacht and Pici- and Hamin. j Detroit -Drops a Pair CLEVEUANU, made two straight'from Delroit to- day; "vflniiing the tubming game 9 to 5 and the 7'to 3. Afternoon game.; Detroit Cleveland H. H. E. 3 13 2 S 0 Eayres, Allen, OlSsier and Atusmlth; Won. 23 21 19 ie IT N'ew York Jo Philadelphia H Lost. 10 -16 H 17 19 22 "21 24 Take a Brace BTtOOKLYX. May Brooklyn won Lhe afternoon game, 5 to 1; by linneh- ing hits off Barnes and running wild on the bases, while New York' threw the ball around in the morning game Brooklyn ivo.ii, 5 to 2. Afternoon gauie: R. .H. E. Xew York 'i 5 5 BrookljTi 9' 1 Barnes. Dquzlas and Smith; maux and Miller. New York r. 2 11 5 Brooklyn 5 10 M O'.N'elil. Slornliig game 1 8 0 9 17 1 Dauss and Stanage; .Mvcrs, N'ichaus and O'Neill. St. Louis' Won a Game ST. seven straight losses, St. Louis defeated Chi- cago; 2 to 0, in the-frrst game, but Chi- the >ecotid, 5 to 3 in. 10 _436 iunings. Afternoon game: n. H. E. 363 Chicago 5 12 0 St. Louis .___......i.-., 3 16 1 Wllll.amsand Lynn; Vangilder Davis, Burwcll, Sanders and Billings, Sever- pct. gfjQ '550 '.457. ROTARIANS VS BANKERS AT ADAMS- PARK TONIGHT The Rotarlans and Bankers will clash at Adam: Park ID a senior baseball leacuo'fixture. The Rotarlans are anxious to retrieve themselves for their defeat at the hands of the '-Miners recently, and a good gaiue Is expected.' v old. Pacific Coast Dougias, Winters, Hubbell' Snyder: Grimes nnd Miller. Br'c'aV'Even CHICAGO. May Oatland 0-5, San Francisco 2-0. Veinon 6-5, Los Angeles 0-1. .Sacramento C-5. Portland 1-2. Salt Lake 4-7, and and! Decision Given at Annual Mcet- ing of the Football League. LONDON, .May (By Canadian Assqcjated Lea- gue.'aTlta annual meeting today, re- solved, subject to the consent ot the Football [Association, that1 a third division bo fonned for next'season comprising the Southern League clubs. Cardiff and' Leeds United were elect- ed to fill the places of Lincoln City and Gr'imBby Town. DAVIS GETS DECISION LAKE CITY Utah, June "Kid" Davis, Salt Lake bantamweight, won a newspaper decision over George-j Lee, Sacramento, Chinese bojcr, in' a fast six-round bovl here last night, Cincinnati broke even today In the double bill. Chicago winning the first, 3 to 2, and Cincinnati the second, i Afternoon game: -foill. B.'1 Cincinnati ........'.4 10 2 Chicago 2; C 2 liinc and Rariden; Vaughn, rMarlin and Klllifer. Cincinnati ,2 10 2' Chicago (10 Innings) 3 G. li Fiaber and Wingo; v-Mesander and Killifer. Split Double Header P'TTSBUFIG. May Louis and PltUburg divided honors loday, the visitors winning the morning game, 5 to 4, and the afternoon game going j to Plttsburg, 7 to 4. Afternoon game: n. 11. E. St. Louis............... 4 S 0 Plltsburg...... 4 Doak and Coop- er, Carlson and. Sofimidl'. Morning St. Louis ___ 5 Ml 0 4 0 Shordol, Jacoba'-'an'd .Clcmons; Pcn- der, Meadows, Cooper and Schmidt.: Mjadows Conies PHILA'DBLPHIAJ'' ows this afternoon -'filched "his ilrst game since being i'lnjured wedka ago and turrieiK.iii-Jifs, fifth straight victory; this afternoon', to 3, against Boston. Boston won the morning game, 4 to 1. Afternoon game: R. II. E. Boston 2 S S Philadelphia............ 3., 8 1 Eayres, Heani ar.d O'N'clll; Gowdj-, Meadows-and Tragressor-- Morning games Hoston Iniernaiiofial, Good Records Made at> Trial Meets Held. CALGARY. June Tlie probability of three members ot the Calgary i Gun club catching places on the Can- adian Olympic team locks very bright from the records that they have madej. in the trial shoots been held during the. last tiireo weeks by the club. W. M. Hamilton pt High Illiver leads the club T.'ith a total, of .391' out'of 300. The other .two men F course you're going to get a slraw hat for summer. And as long as that's settled there's no need ot waiting. The sooner Hie tetter. Might as well save your other one for next fall, when you can't wear a straw. Besides right n'ovv you can select from a wonderful variety. That's the important llilng. Most any kind of straw; any correct stylo..come In, and look them over. From to1 BERTKESTER'S MEN'S SHOP i The HomiT of ,20th Century Clothlnj Aicxandra-Hotel1 Block On the Corner Jersey City 2-2, Baltimore 5-5. Buffalo Akron 6-4. Rochester 4-3, Toronto 2-2. Heading ,5-5..Syracuse ,6-.4. Assn. are both from Calgary, Ben McLaren and W. J. McLaren. The following ore ine records of the three men for the three trial shoots, which were held on .May S, 15 and 22 i TI. 'B Milwaukee Kansas City 1-3.-' Indianapolis 2-2, IjOulEVille-1-1. Su Paul 3, Minneapolis Columbns 7, Toledo 10.' Western Canada At.Wianipeg: Saskatoon 1, Winni- peg S. Ai.Kegina: Edmonton 3. Reglna 0. At'; Moose Jaw: Calgary 3, Moose Jflwti.- W. M: Hamilton lien McLaren .___ W. J. McLaren ___ Intermediate Football Lge Opens Today C. 1'. R. and Miners Start Season in Eckstorm ers Announced. TORONTO CYCLIST PURSE NEW XORK, June Speucer, tho' Toronto bicycle star, won1 tho grand'prjze with. n one thousand dollar purse In Newark yesterday- afternoon. Spencer defeated E3die Mad- den, slur, 'ond''0r- lando PianI, champion of Italy. Xeither Frank Kramer nor Ray Eaton, the professional cnani-. pions, appeared for the s.emi- llnals. WALKER WINS MOTORCYCLE RACE GRESLEY, Colo.. June Walker, of Birmingham, Ala., wou 10-mllo world's for half- mile tracks at tile anriiial meet held here yesterday. His limb Ralph Hepburn of Mil- waukee, was second, and Ray Wclshar, of.Providence, R.I., third. The meet was -sanctioned- b'r. the' AUIed'Trades Association. Awell .which promises to give 000 gallons a day has been struck on the Locke farm, near St. -Thomas. NORTH LETHBRIDGE PLAyERS FOR WED. North Letbbridgo United football club line-up against the Gallics oil Wednesday night will bo as follows: Tambor, Tennant, Harrison, Lnkle, W. Earl, A. Earl, Ap- plchy. A. Gurr, N. Gurr. Beserycs, Lowo: aud Thompson. 410 FIFTH .STREET PI iien and Gowd.v; K 9 t S Alhqrla for n game on Augusl. 3rd, Tabei annual fair. A (I nlayerii.to Do under tho ago of 19 jears. Wo- would liko a good team for llio compctillon, as Taber has a slrorig linciip. A prlza will be ottered'for the v-hnilug Icam. Taber team llneiip as follows i II Harris c, J. Tiftcland Malo lip, 3. Garrlck Iti, II. Vnn Ormnn 3b, K, Hodges si Casey Andemoii If, Wtnlon llodgot cf. 0. Carr rf. Teams wisning particiilars apply to H. Harris JJoi 27, Taber, Alia. H. Harri, Gapt. j RETREADING Get your lire retreatied by us. We are expert lire men, We Are Also Experts In Sec- tionaf Work, Broken Beads, etc. are herd to olve service. Spe- cial servfce to out-of-town orders, Express paid one Leth- bridge's Leading Rctreaders. Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works PHONE 1664 E. CHAPLIN, Lethbridge. LETH8RIDGE BRANCH AT MACLEOD 712 3rd AVE. S. B. CHAPLIN, Macleod. fj.