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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX 1'HE LETHBRTOGE. DAILY. HERALD BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus OH1. I'VE WO THE LlKK v-At> DOWN lt> A. DOC. I ot WIFE ALVWb WAKTtO U WILt KirATTO HER V.rtH MV MONDAY, JUNE 7, 1920 The _: Tlicro is notblOB fa b.e alarmed in CAB tuiaUou in view of Iho'fact tliat 10% vtar'tax. !is wetl as customs duly his bsen repealed by Iho.budget, tao in-positlon' pi 20% luxury; Us. meant tho addition of only to the puMlo'ou the Jewelry. ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH af Marrtaas Licenses No Witnesses' Required BASEBALL-Adams Park MINERS versus BANKERS ParV CALLIES HEAVY IN BankersPIay Miners at Leading Teams in the Major -Leagues Meet This 1'ltuth Has Fifteen Home Huns Ho His Credit. close for the leadership in the two rtajor baseball leagues are almost eojipEed by the heavy hatting and ESoring'of nearly all the teams. The American League amassed a total of 5fl9 runs and 571 hits in 28 games last week, ivhilo the National League FAR NORTH BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP WILL BE PLAYED THIS YEAR PRiNCE 'RUPERT, IS. C, June 6.--Far norlheru international baseball supremacy will be de- titled this summer ivhen teams from Kelchikan, Alaska, and rriuce llupert, B. :C., vyill meet a series of games. Games can be played at Kckhikau only, at low tide as the ball paik )S on flats- and Vis'flood at high tide. Bankers Will Play Nighls in 'Miners and then Columbtis Club.: Baseball will gohig just as strong as ever Ibis cpeo with BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings, National League a game between the Millers both cf whom are strong i During their last game the Miners showed a big improvement in their j Brooklyn .i Chicago had total of 259 runs and 532-Jjit.s- in game" tie SO home runs made in the ybunger league, 21 were pounded out at'-New York, where "Babe" Yankee Slugger, brought -his, season total to 15. In the National-League IS home runs were made. .Brooklyn and .the Cincinnati :world. champions, both -ft'tlh pitching staffs g'olfig steady, are fighting-for first plico honors in the --National' League, the.eastern'teatii leading by cue' gam" Grme of the Suporbas. won his'fifth straight ganie yesterdiv, blanking New York. Ileuther of Heds lost hi first gaiie ifter consecutive victories'. Thiv New York ll of their 16 contests by. terrific; slugging yesterday: caught up of Good Sportsman Holding but there, is yetiroom.fqr bet-. :ermciit. :The Bankers .'coiitln'uGd their steadv- rharch of wing until the ped them. But' this does not mean that the Bankers have lost any of New Pnlladelphia 24 20 22 19 IS 15 Lost. 15- 17' 21 19 22 21 2 tonight at.Eckstorm Park. The -Miners .475land the Callles will meet io decide n .429.: saracythat was scheduled -to be play- ed in, wind and rain at Adams Park ou.Moy. 27. This game could not be played at- Adanis Park BS the baseball boys have the Deld for that night when the' Diners.and Ba.nkers will meet; T.TUO Callles have 'been steadily'im- proving since tho season opened and will go on the'Aeld as the'favorites P Why Not A Perhaps you have thought panama< were an extravagance. 'Not-. at all.. They cost more nt first; but.theyjast longer. It's a simple matlor to have them Iceftned and reblocked and then, Just like new. arc chawing .a splendid selec- tion of them; genuine panamas, cool, light, .airy.., From to BERTKESTER'S HJEN'SSHOP The Home Century Clothing Alexandra Hottl Block On the Cofntr rookiyn... Benton and .Sniitrc ler. CINCINNATI. June de featcd the Reds today} by hunqhing hits off -P-eiitfier ii 'tte', tenth, inning. Reuther had won eighCstraight games, .and held Pitfsburg to one run in nine innings, hut Cooper was too strong, for the P.eds In the Score: t.'" R- H- E- Pittsburg 3 11" 0 _, for that game. The Miners have not c 91 as strong yet as many thought 'j they would he at tile-first of the sea- but practicing hard cori- tinualiy-and; ruany-of their followers expecuthc team ahlo time.-: American League 70 RUNNERS 'ENTERED IN MARATHON OF N. Y. AT TRAVIS Cooper and RchmiSt; Reiither and Rnridea. Cubs j< ST. LOUIS. June Louis made, clean sweep of lfie! series with Chi- cago, winning 2. It was Association. Emblazoned around the Kigle, stripes, and Hie NEW YORK, June number of rune and hits in the major leagues has been affected little by he new the shield is] Pitching rules adopted this year bar- the stars and 1 ring the use of the "spit ball" and arms of other freak deliveries, according to Ireland. Wales and the Designed flarold Slahler, !he trophy, which will he despatched to the United States in the course cf a few ilays is inscribed 'To the Army and Navy of the Unit- ed States of America from the Forces of the British Empire 1319 this trophy s given In admiration of the sporting Americans enter- Hosing Tounia- y vs Bankers at ,i comparison cf figures for the first month of this season with the same period last year. Higher scores were eipectcd by some followers of the- game but -the Cincinnati. 0 0 Cleveland New York hicago NBvV YORK, June 5.-rSeventir of best longnllsfanced runners from prin- cipal'AmeHcan cities cast of Chicago, were contestants today in'the full I lance-marathon racevof- 20.56 miles, held' under fhb-'a'usp'ices' of theiNCw A. C. at Travis Island: :The route selected confirms 33 possible- to Ihe level, course, for the Olympic marathon near -Antwerp.- In addition to.the reprcsentativeE ,'athletic centres and clubs, in the east, .the entire "Princeton University, team, jvihich will compete in the dual meet and" Cambridge in Kng- tho locals' Score: Chicago St. Louis Bfth straight victory. n. H. E. 2 7 1 5 8 0 Hendrix and O'Parrell; Schupp and Clemens. (Only three games' scheduled. SATURDAY GAMES R, II. B. Chicagn' St. Louis Jlartin. Bailey. 11 Hendrii, 13 Carter, increase in the American League was uaw aim ui- oinrft ihan rnn run a zame atl" Clemons. Qaw and O'Farrell; Halnes, Sherdell appears'weak in scoring power. In tho Boston is J fast lo ing ground through' light hit- and fousht.in ihc having dropped ils filth gimo in I) row, counting The Diiicago pitchers are receiving al- perfect support hnd .b'ave.tlght- with result THIS WEEK IN SPORTS that tho While Sox climbed-into Ihird LETHBRIDOE ylace jesterday, ahead of llostcn. Woshlngloh, alter having its .pitchers ,j pounded by New York, now faces long tour in the west. St. Louis has] Monday recovered from its losing slump and! Is doing well-against strong 6.30 p.m. Poor weak pitching j Miners Vf C'alttes'nt Eckstorm Park, 0.50 p.m. Tuesday League tion. are keeping 1'lillailelphia lor; in the racel' Detroit's ability to- hold Cleve- land :to an even break In sis games last Week, makes the Tigers confident that (hoy will get out of last place at the eipenso o! their eastern guests in tho-next fortnight, BELGIANS MAY USE AMERICAN RIFLES IN OLYMPIC CONTESTS Miners vs North Lcthbridge at Adams Park. vs Columbus Club at Kckstorns 0.30 n.m, 1 SVcdnesJay i I.eaGiio i Minus vs at Adanis Park, slightly more than cne run a game or half a nm tor each team, while In the National a gain of one-tenth of a run was made. -An increase of about nlne-ter.lha of a hit a game was made in each league. The National League game average was 7.7 runs and hits in 1920 and 7.0 runs anil 1G.70 hils in 1010. The respective toials in the'younger league was s.'ll runs and 17.13 hits i to 7.5 runs .ninl Ifi.SO hits. Errors, which ofic-n were attribut- ed 10 the "fpit ball" Interfering with fielding, -.were slightly more numerous tliiti the abolition of its use. Totals for the two periods compare as follows NATIONAL Games...... Kuu3 Hits Krrors...... AMERICAN' (James........ KunK........ Hits.......... Won. 2S 28 24 Boston ,22 Washington 23' Lost. 16 16- 19 land, was ontered. St. LpulsV.. :'J, Philadelphia Detroit 20 So- la 14-. -2S .630 .036 .555 .550. ATMOSPHERE.'AT ANTWERP .554 M'i .333 MAY EFFECT ATHLETES NO STRAIGHT COURSE ANTWERP, May (By-MaiL) Officials in cbarga of the- Olympic. games to be held in August, havo so far found it impossible to straightaway at the stadium for the; 200 meter nearest Olympic. equivalent to the American 220 yard daah. "_: The maximum possible length of 'a straight track' in the. stadium slightly -above a hundred yards v-aad: tho 200 meter race 'probably will ho. run with one gradual elUpitlcalcurve, in tho course. SUNDAY GAMES' Athletics1 Were Easy1 NEW YORK, June Yankees defeated (the Athlelics. to C.'ln'a.very loosely played 'game. Score: .R: H. B. Philadelphia New.York' generally is about th'at of London- some fog ami a bit of murkiness. As to what effect Ihis climate would Wet Grounds In National The National League games were postponed because of rain: At Piltsburg between Pittsburg i and Cincinnati; at Boston between [Now York ami hostpn. and at Phila- delphia -between -Philadelphia and Brooklyn. Thursday _________ Kootball-C.P.Ii, vs Callies, al AVHVERP, May Mail.) i Adams Park. 6.SO p.m. If tlto American authorities consent. Bsscball-lntcrmoiliate League- the American army rlflo and pistol will I Holariant vs Miners tt Lckstorm bo used byrdt least one Kuroiiean loam P-m- the marksmanship events of the Seventh Olympiad, to be held .at Watorloo, near Brussels, .Inly 2131 Belgian army cJperts, niter-study- ing the reiuUs of Ihe array shooting contests held during tho past year in (rranec. hno decided that the Ameri- can weapons lire superior lo all and jiaye requested the cm- t at Brussels to aecnro. permission UBS is Ihii .warksminstlr) events 'of this Olym- ijilad because- of tbo tests they are ci- .1920 1508 297 1910 88 ow 1410 2CI 1919 HCT International SUNDAY GAMES Toronto 3, Buffalo C. Rochester C. Akron 13.- -Jersey City 2-1, Baltimore 10-3. Syracuse-Reading, postponed, rain. SWEDISH ATHLETE IS BARRED FROM ANTWERP SUNDAY GAMES Seattle 0. Sacramento 2. Los Angeles 5-4. Sail Francisco 2-2, Oakland 4-1, Vcrnon 5-2. Portland 5, Salt Lake 0. Friday vs Minoi'K ;it Arlaros Park. 6.10 p.m. (icli. tennis and lawn bowling are in j'.'" full swins. to ot wartime sha-pslioot- ppc ling experiences. Entries close .luno [23 and practically every European na- (Ion, as well aa North and South Am- Virlcaa icama. wlll.be reorosenled, B. C. OLVMPIC TRIALS, JUNE 26 ..Tutio Jnne 'M trials'for'tlie Olympic gflmes team to 'represent Brit- ish Columbia will be1 held at Brockton Point. It Is announc- ed tfy tho' Greater Vancouver Athletic Association. ANTWERP. May Mail.) the all around Swedish j allileto who wa.- to Thorpe the 1SI15 Olyhipie games as indivi- dual champion, ha? met with the same as disbarment from com- IHilitlon in the 1520 Olynfplail, for his refufal to accept Iho prices won by but awarded to Vlslundcr whc-n Tiiorpo df'olarod arrortiinjr lu Hwr.ilsii athlftc'S who fitlemleil JJiv Olympic ice cvc-n'a IHTC, Wiplanilci- lias steadily declined to Jiccopt ttio inc'Jals and statuettes on Kroinul they were not his, but Thorpe's by right of victory and ihpse awards still are in the hands cf tho 1912 committee nt Stockholm.' For refusing to accept 'the commit- tee'3 rulings. Wlslandcr has been bar, red Irorn Olympic American Assn. SUNDAY GAMES Columbus 4. Minneapolis 1. Tcicdo 5, Kansas.Clty 10. Louisville 0, St. Paul 2. Indianapolis Milwaukee 3-6. Haf.ty and Perkins; Jiyatt, Mays and Hannah. Split Double.Headtr June and St. Louis split a double-header to- day, St. Louto winning the first, 6 to 2, while Cleveland took the second, 2 to 1 First game: St. LoulR....... Ileliman and Billings; Niehaus.and Second game: St. Ixiuls Davis and. Severoid; Haghy and O'-. Xcill. Senators Win In 7th WASH1XOTON, June five times in the sevenlh Inmns. Wasli- inglenVame from behind loda'y and defeated-Boston, 6 to 4 Score: Washington............ jlioston 4 Snyder. Krlckson, Kr.chary and !0harrily; Ponnock and i Cobb Injured; Tigers Lose CHICAGO, .luno three runs and tying the score in Iho eighth Inning. Chicago bnal. Ilctroit In' (fie eleventh InaliiK loilav, In Cfthh anil Klnpjr.loail collided In centre field In the tenth Inning ami t'ohb was removed fron the came with j n twisted kg. Score; <.Detroit Chicago......... Olilham, Aycrs. Oakrie smllli; Ctcotln and Sc SATURDAY GAMES It. 11. 10. JHt. Ullif Cleveland.............. Shocker anil Fcvercid Faclh, Uhla anil O'N'plll, 2 have on athletes trained in a high 51 altitude, none of the atmospheric SHE WANTED TO BE -.--Y: SINGLE, SO U. S. A. SENDS HER HOME, NEW. YORK, .is' nothing In the United Slates tion laws about a woman who changes _____ '..her mind In mid-ocean.'so Miss Violet ANTWERP Mav (B? "Cooper, an English girl, who came Aiwil. rto wish to tain'for York on the llaureUnla, the Olympic games at Antwerp would find day Is now on hack training in a altiU.dc preferable. home' Ela tcd [Q i, Antwern on1___ nerhaps marry an American soldier who ha 6, above the climate her sweathcart in England, hu u, uuu.y n.v ihn nvaT rlllrlnlr .Ih thought the matter over during-the voyage, and decided to remain unwed. The immigration officials turned her hack because of the decision. a pro- lie Ip Western Canada SATURDAY GAMES At Ilcglna: Calgary 1-0, Rcglna 6-10, At Saskatoon: Saskatoon 6-2, Ed- monton 4-S. At Wlnnlpsgt" First Jaw Winnipeg S (12 Sec- ond Jaw 4. Wlnnloce 0. Detroit........'. Chlratfo.......'...'., Khr.ikn and Stanaso; Williams and ijchalk. Rain Three Games Rain caused postponement olj other games at Cleveland St. Louis and Cleveland, at ton between Fioslon and Washington, and at New York between Now anil Philadelphia. of Toledo, O.. issued perls in Belgium ventures clamatiou urging all citizens.to rent During August, at which time the games are to be held, the weather the city relieve, the housing shortage. at Antwerp is usually warm and per haps as dry as any other-time of the Records show that ram is com- paratively rare during this month. AUSTRALIA TO SEND FOURTEEN TO OLYMPICS MELBOURNE, Australia, June The Federal government has snb- Olymnic team, it is definitely decid- lo send fomtecn Australian rcprc "We carry underwear in ail tho popular slylc.? Il.V.D., SHORT SLEEVES AND ANKLE LENGTHS, SHORT SLEEVES A.ND KNEE LENGTHS AND TWO-PIECE SUITS OF UNDERWEAR that arc cut to fit the wearer. Ami having pleased you In this respect wt are sure thai we can show you hose, scarfs, collars and shirts which cannot he duplicated at our prices. LOUIS KEEL SHOP or FASHION CRAFT OI.OTjIES AND TUB SllOi! L ;