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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LBTHBRIIX5E DAILY HERALD G. McManus BRINGING UP.FATHER COULDN'T IF I TOUO UE 1 VOULCX15E TO TEH- LIE i SHOULD THINK tou ______HOST LOT OP NERVE TO TO TELL HEf? I'M oot; ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH Issueri of Marrlag: Licenses Required Footballers Miners Go Down Before St. Georges; Score 4-0 St. Georges did things at Ecistorm Park last night and when Hie reckon- Hns was made It was found that they had piled up four goals more than the Miners had. The Minors Jailed to make tally. The game was not as good is some of the others played in. the league this season, considerable loose on the part of the Miners ac- counting for a great deal of this. The St. George players put up a good line of combination and in comparl- son wllh Ihe brand of play the 51 in- to the Miners' goal. Sumner misseil It, the hall passing through his uplift- ed arms, striving the goal post, hitting him on the back, and going out for a corner kick. Holberton Played Hard. Holberton was In good trim and played his position hard. Fox, for the has done In practically every game, did some splendid "work j for his team. The Saints had the Cincinnati edge on the Miners through their Brooklyn height. .They were able to keep BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. National League ball through this and their combma- Boston ot their teammates getting some near It. As a rule no Jliner was anywhere near the. ball and the SI'. Georges were get it back Into enemy territory again. Half-Time Score At half-time the score stood two to nothing. Faunch and Lewis had reg- istered for the St. Georges. In the second half Holberlon got the third joal, and .Wallace the fourth. Holler- ton made ,a .pretty kick, for his count, and "Wallace headed on in. on a cor- aer kick. He was about fifteen feet Crom the goal at the Us ;Sumner had plenty of work to do and stopped some dangerous shots. He .accounted for failures to. score on.the part of the St. George players, ilclntyre had lo stop many shots is a rule, they -wore not'as daugeroi as Those Eumner was called on to handle. They came from a longer dis- the crowd thai Adams Park gets, though tlie weather goot! for fans last night, the'attendance was very poor, less than one hundred people be- ing present. The park, so far as the footlialiers were concerned, was im- proved somewhat over previous nights. Tho park has recently been.scraped, but for a (qptball pitch it is still far from perfect. Won. 25. 23 24 IS 19 19 IVl. .610 .571 .514 .505 .463 For Ant Chosen Football.Association Decides to Select Team From Thirty- three Men. Mrs. A. N. Mclntyre Passes Away at Makes Rapid Growth LONDON7, 'May adian Associated Foot- ball Association international selec- tion committee meeting for maXing Giants Take a Pair NEW YORK, June York batted heavily behind the good pitch- ing of names and Nehf today, laking Lost. 10 15 IS 19 23 -42o Olympic games focttball tournament In Antwerp from August 2D to September 5, selected the following thirly-lhree, from whom the actual team will be drawn: Goalkeepers, F. J. Mitchell. Man- chester University; E. H. Coleman, (From our Own Cflrrwooixleill i .CARMAXGAY, June is our I sad duty this week to chronicle the death of Mrs. Anna Mclntyre, wife of Mr. Archibald N. Jiclntyre of 15H Tenth street, west, Calgary, who pass- ed away at the Holy Cress hospital in Calgary on Friday, May JSili, at the age. of 41 years. '-Mrs. Mclntyre had the preliminary choice of amateur. not toon to good for some players who will take part in .395 both, games from Boston, 0 to 6. First game R. H. New 6 15 6 to 0 aud Dulwich Hamlets, and C Wiley, Bel- monl Mines Athletic, Full-backs, J. S. F. -Morrison, Cam- E. Boston 0 Football players claim that It isj Dames and McQuillan .and Tjractically impossible lo use any sec- O'.N'eill. tiori of ground Tor baseball and foot- Second game: R..H. ball! .ThereJs one drawback and that New York 3 IS is the pitchers' bos. The'holes 5 11 ed there .by the'baseball ooys form a dangerous'obstacle to the footbal- lers. E. 0 4 Neht and Snyder; Rudolph, -Hearn aud Gowdy. :Pitchersp Battle PHILADELPHIA, June. 3.-rFfeiffer bridge University;