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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX HIK LRTHBH1DGE DAILY HRUALD TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 1923 I BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus IHE. WMTtllb COT THE -SOT THE. RE-bT; The New Taxes There Is nolblni; lo bo tu Ihc taiatlon proposals, lu view of tha fact (bat 10-Ji war 'ss, us well as cus-toms, July, has bwn repealed by Ibo li'ud gamine imposition of 20% liuury lax inmat the addition of only 2Vi% to the public on the purchase ot Jewelry. '.......J _. ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH Issuers of Marriag: Liceims No Required Miners Improve; Defeat Bankers Sn Fast Game o- Six to Three Was Final Score- Fans Savy Some Real 15ase- balMMiners On-y Made Three Will Meet C-. C.'s at Eckstorm Park To- night. LEAGUE STANDING W..L. RoUirisns........ 2 1 Bankers........ 2 2 Miners 1......... 2 2 C. C.'s.......... 1 2 Pet. .667 .500 .500 .333 BASEBALL Major Minors Results aiid League Standings. bring the fans ont in increasing numbers. Tonight's Game Tonight's game between- the Bank- ers and C.C.'s should cause some fun. Tbe C.C.s are a little'weakened by the! loss of Fcrko. Green hurt his knee (he last game sliding home and the I "-incinnaii Clubs nre locking. for a backstop. Stone snd Corrill will likely be the, batteries. is signed on with the Bankers however and may take' his place in the boi- THE BOX SCORE An R H PO A E National League Cailies Romp Home With Game Against Miners Two to Nothing Won. 26 New York Philadelphia Next vs. C. C's at Eckstorm Park, tonight at 6.30 sharp. Zubach. BE 5 jchumak, 3-b 5 J. Seaman, 1-b 5 Huff, c 4 Baceda.2-b...... o IKotch. If 1 When we said three weeks ago that, choluck, rf...... 4 if the teams in the senior city league would get down to business aud play ball, forgetting all about outside learns .until the schedule was run off., the fans of Lethb: lug ball tb: the games, 0 0 2 1- 1 0 2 n o o o i 20 22 IS IS 15 Lost 15 17 21 1C Pet. -534 .555 .533 .513 .500 .150 .419 Bancroft With Giants BROOKLYN. June "Bankers- thbridge would soon he see-j ct Kit would drive them out to g'chweitzer If we didn't espect that two pnjr 1127 G 3 11 H PO A E Dave Bancroft at short as a result of the Seal with Philadelphia lor Fletcher, New York immediately Improved Us play todai- bulVas unable to beat tne league-leaders.- Brooklyn 4 i.llo 2. Score: R. H. E. -New -Toi-k 2 9 1 Brooklyn............... 4 10 0 Bubell and Snyder; Manjuard Football Game Was lies Are Too Fast for the North Side Hoys. auy accuracy 'of teams would serve up article as was displayed at Adams Park Monday night wheu the Miners took revenge on the Bankers, 'defeating them C-3. It was tar and away the best game of ball played this -year, and the big crowd thoroughly en- joyed it. 'Watch those Miners come! That's Stor.c, ss Kvans.r f O'Connor, c Hendricks, 2-b Thomas, 3-b Kin-Ions, P 1 O I 1 .1 2 C l 0 0 11 1 4 0 1 2 and Miller. (Only Rational League scheduled.) A merican League our advice" to the bugs from ou.'jjliners No teams'in the shown [Bankers Score by F27 11 I R. H. E. liie Improvement, this aggregation in 'ihreo weeks. The last time the Bankers.and met the .soo 010 11 a ..001 10. 4 base hits. Evans; two base bits. 'Koich; stolen bases, Huff 2. S. Seaman, Scliwcit- Hankers took the Black Diamonds in- zer, 'Furlong; double plays, Seaman to camp S to 0 because his Irani mates! to out by Seaman 13, threw Ihe game away behind Seaman, by Furious-Hi'bases on bslls oft Fur- -Last night only three baubles were; long Is hit by pitcher by Furlong 1; made behind the Iron .Man and while! left on bases Miners 9, by-Bankers two of these, bolb by the shortstop, i S; earned runs. Miners 3, Bankers 1; were cosily, there wasn't any amateur lime of game 1 hour 29 mln. Umpires stuff, pulled off. Hull fs working his and Hriggs. men down and they'll bo hard to heat will) Seaman 'pitching before the end VANITIE WON SECOND TRIAL of the season. Cleveland Is'ew York Chicago Boston'...'. Washington St. Louis Philadelphia Detroit Won. 2S 25 16 14 Lost. 1C 17 In a football game, considerably lacking of interest, the Cailies added another to their siring by taking the Miners into camp by a two to nothing score. The high wind, blow- ing diagonally over the field capped tfie play lo a great citent-by making, kicking wilh practically Impossible. Again it was clearly demonstrated that Adams Park is the place to get the crowds out to a football game. IjCss than one hundred spectators paid admissions to. Eckslorm Park last night. Those who were (hero express- ed the hope that an arrangement could bc made with the baseball league so that the footballers could play nil their games in Adams Park. The .Miners were late getting on the field and the game did not commence until a quarter otter seven. When it finally got under way the play remain- ed around the centre line for about leu minutes wheu Pink tcok the ball down the middle of the field, passed it lo Campbell, who --put it between iioore's legs fir a goal, the first tally of the- game. Pet. I Cailies Fast ,536 From then until half time the play .630 1 see-sawed over the Held. The Callies w.ere faster .on ttlieir. feet -than- .the game ..550! Miners and height: also, acteil 20- 25 .105 25 .356 20 .326 Breaks Against Bankers The'Bankers fought as hard as ever. First game: NBWPOP.T, June I tic. Philadelphia defeated Besoliile today in the second i York ___ Divide Double-Header NEW YORK, June York di- vided their double-header with Phila- delphia" here today, winning the Grst game by a score of 3 to I, but losing i the second. G to 5. Qninn won his i eighth straight gnme fo the first [test. but without doubt the breaks went [of the official trial races to determine Xaylor and Perkins; against them. In the first innings! the defender of the America's cup. Hannah. with two down they let three men iu.i The official ngures gave Vanitie. Second game: It should have been a one-two-three i which led Resolute over the finish line] Philadelphia........ session, but Hendricks and Fair let an I by two minutes and 2D seconds, a cor- jjew York easy one drop between them. Huff got] reeled margin nt 1 minute and 3J a hit, Steve Seaman drew the only seconds. walk" of the game, and then a over third glanced off Schweitzer's leg DUNDEE AND BRITTON WIN and let the nmer make three bags on what'should have been a single. Tliat gavo the Miners three runs aud a lot'of confidence. They added nn- olhcr In the fifth on a H-RUcli single by Chuniak, which went for a hit be- cause the diamond is anything but! (he olhers worn about even. Jack firll-! n. n. 1 5 3 12 Quinn E n. H. 0 S 5 14 icf their favor. "Many players i-an all around times CaIHe the -Miners. ind This speed counted against the Miners in many cases when the; ball was be- ing played-near the Clllles' goal. Bate- man" and 'Douglas, 'backs for the Callies did a lot of good worX In checking rushes. During? ihe second- balf the "Miners put one ball through the Callies' goal but it was done on 'an off-side. Hol- berlon. who was master o[ ceremonies for Ihe occasion, hrfd'to call a large number of off-side plays on both n teams. The Callies were the chief offenders la tho first half and the Miners in the second half. .The second goal for thejCallles was scored by outside left Moore succeeded in stopping a shot In a miiup in front of his goal but the Jlyau .md -Perkins; Shaw- key and Rucl. Tigers Drop Another CHICAGO, June D'elrolt PHILADELPHIA, June pjtrlicrs were found for sixteen hits Dundee of N'cw York outpointed Billy today and the league champions won Koe, St. Paul, in an eight-round an easy game, 10 lo X bout at the National league Park last i Score: R. II. E. night. Dundee, had the advantage Detroit................ 3 10 1 rounds. DC Koc took one. and Chicago................-10'10 S Leonard, Ayres, and Alien; fast. This WP.S followed by singles by J ion, welterweight champion, won from Faber Schalk. Seaman and case of j Hollands, Milwaukee, after eight bunching binglci; when they were hard rounds. Willie Loughtin, Bcthie- Iiicty. In tho eighth the boys from hem, beat Johnnie Griffiths. Akron, the mines added another.- Fair drop- Ohio, anfl Joe Lynch. Now York, had he teller of Joe b'Donncli, Gloucester, V.J, Both were eight-round bouts, ped a throw by Hendricks to get the second man up. The third man struck out; Then Kotch binglcd a beauty for two sacks putting the runner across. In the ninth Ihc miners threatened to bust things loose afler two men were down again. J., Sea- man one lo Hcndricks .whicli was too hot. '.'Furlong-hit Huff and then Steve Seaman hit a nice single scud- ing Seaman across. That ended tho scoring as Schweitzer made a swell catch of Baceda's long drive to left. How the Bankers Scored The Bankers got two hits In the first hut failed to tally, Schweitzer being ciil flown trying to steal In the third they put a counter across and should have had more. got a but Schweitzer popped to pitcher and Fair L McLean was doubled at lirst. got a line on Zubach's error, a wild throw to first letting him roost on second. Stone produced his second bingle and Fair the pan, Kvans foul popped to third for tile third oat. In the sijth the Hunkers added another, pelting a clean safety, stealing second aud coin- Ing home on Fair's safe nil. Tho Bankers' last score came In the seventh. Furlong tingled with one down, stole and came home when Zit- tiach throw StcLcan's grounder away In the eighth tbo Bankers threatened when Kvans hit for three bags with one down. O'Connor nntl HendricVs couldn't produce the necessary hit to bring him home. i Furlong pitched a nice game, s-lrlk- ing out 14 men, but was linrtlly so bleady as Seaman. He pitched good enough ball to win lour out of five eamej In this leaguo however. -The game was snappy, being all over at ftvo rnlnutea alter eight, it fiUrled at 6.45, That's what tho fans like. 'It wan easily the anappiost, game ol year, will American Assn. MADDEN. KAYOED JERSEY CITY, June 8-Cene Tuney, Ight-ht-avywelght champion of the A. 5. F., knocked .out Jeff Madden, ofj Panama, In Ihe second round of a 12-; round bout here last night. Young Chancy of Baltimore out- fought Tommy Xoble of England In all but one round of n 12-round bout. In he fifth round the Bngllsbman scored i right to the jaw which sent his opponent down on one knee. McCOY BY DECISION CLEVELAND.- June Johnny Mc- Coy. of Rochester, N.Y.. -outpointed Louisville 10, St. Paul 5. Toledo 4, Kansas City 3. .Columbus 4, Minneapolis 8. (Only three games scheduled.) Western Canada ball did not get far Tnrieton immediately again where he thought it belonged Thrive who pcvclicd themselves or the hieachera (o witness the game ap peered to he in good humor. More friendly banter was thrown aroun'. than has occurred nt most of Ihe games this Eeascn. The players were CALLIES Jackson. Batcmau Mcllventi Pink McFa Knight Wilson Csmpbci Weedon Tarelton Stevenson Sumncr Murphy Wiiletls Whitcflel Campbell Rellly Smith Clarke Sumne-r Moorc- _ Q _ MINERS about the game on this side o! (he AUautic Ocean. Born at Rochester, N.Y., 28 years ago, Hugen was tirst' attracted to the ancient game when as a schoolboy he spent his evenings on the. Ideal club's course working as a caddie. Although from his earli- est- efforts to master tho intricacies of the links game'Hagcn gave promise the fall of 1913 that he jumped Info of unusual proficiency It was not until public, notlco. That "was Ihc year in which Krancis OuEmet tied with and subsequently defeated the British ex- perls, Vardon and Ray, In the national open championship tournament at the Country Club, Hrookline, Mass. This ruinous trio had-scores of 304 each while a quadruple tie for fourth place between Hagen, Jim Barnca. Macdouald Smith and Louis Tailfer, tbo French professional, with scores of 307 each. 'In August ot the following year, 914, Hagen won the open Mile from ;great field of players at the llld- ofhian Country Club, Blue Island, III., vith a. score of 290, just one stroke the famous amateur Charles Evans, of Chicago, who ook second honors while Ouimet inished In a triple tie with the pro- esslonals M. J. Brady and James A. )cnaldson, for fiftli place with scores of SM each. finishing In seventeenth and seventh places for the open champion- ship in 1515 and 1015. llagen won the .ille again lasl year after; a tio with M. J.1-Brady at Bpstbn.-f .Each.had a score andTin theJ4S.-hpTo.phiy off Hagen won frith" 77 to: Brady's-73. ''A short time ago. at New Orleans rtagen gave a very fine-exhibition of lis prowess, when ho defeated Jim Barnes In a sensational match over the Cpuntry'CIub's.links there. He Is possessed "ot wonderful nerve and jameness and when in a close race he can bf depended upon to do- lie right thing at tho right, time always having enough in reserve' for a su- preme effort. After his arrival in England, flagen if ill have about three weeks in which to get into shape ,fw the Wg event. On June 2Tan'd '12 the entrants for Iho open will bave a test over the St. George's'Hill course near AVeymoulh Surrey when- it Is to he Hagen will be one of the 72 professional enough and players who'v.ill qualify'lor the chain- put -it back plonship in this two day's-plrty. Straw Hals Stylo in a sliS-.v hat wouldn't, do 'you much good if it didn't give you comfort; you will get co.mfort in one of Ibese; stylo too. .They are very light lit weight; all ,ot fine quality. All you need to do is to pick out iho style you like best. From to BERT KESTER'S MEN'S SHOP The Home of 20th Century Clothing AicxandrPi Hpttl Qlock On the CorntT 101 ID KEEP BOSTON, June Uni- versity will not defend its'possession of the Grand Challenge won at the English Henley regatta of 1011. but "a' Harvard' crfrw rowing "under the colors 'cf tho Unloii Tiqat Club of this city Is training for aaii.aUenip.1 to keep the trophy in this country. Allj indications crew, will be-America's only representative" at the clzssiCiBnglish aquatic meeting to be held July 1-3 except tor possible mtrles In individual' and doubles events. Financing of tho trip is as- sured, It is understood, and only an upset in form at the last moment would prevent the participation ol Ihc Americans. To comply wllli Iho Henley condl- tien.i requiring that no professional coaching for.candidate crows be em- ployed lor tnojiihs. prior lo Ihe race, the direction of the crews pre- paration has been placed in the iiands of Robert F. Herrick, chairmmi cf tho llhrvard .graduate rowing committee. Mr. Herrlck the'coach of the Harvard crew which won at Henley In 1914. In material for 'be eigiil he lias.18 oarsmen of college experience.-all but one cf whom are former Harvard ath- letes. prospective Henley crew as now sealed is exclusively u Har- vard graduate combination. Us sub- sli'ailca, forming n second eight, in- Arthur Pew, who rowed bow on C. Harvard '1C, weight 152- pounds. Harvard <19H junior crew which -won Grand Chall- enge Cup. Member of-varsity crews of 1915, 1916, now in. Harvard" Medical College. No. Jeffries, Harvard '1G. weight 174. Rowed phi class crews ai j Harvard arfd on.TJnioii Bpal Club eight A'inerican" Henley in 1516. Rowed on A.E.F. crew at Paris land Henley. I'15, weight 188A -ftoVeifop'- freshman, eight in j i No. Coolidge. Harvard '17, weight 178. On 1916 class crew and 1916 varsity. No. Harwood, Harvard '15, weight 170. Hewed'ou freshman varsity crews, won Am- erican Henley In 1910. Henrv A. Murray, Jr., Harvard '15. weight 1CS. Vnrslly eight-in in 1913. No. A. White, Harvard '17. weight 14D. Kowed on class crews nnd IfllG varsity. V. Herrlck; Jr., Har- v.ard '1C. weight 161. Jlarvard junior crew, 1916. L, F, Kregcr, Har- vard '1C. weight IIS. Coxswain 1914 Harvard junior crew which won at English Henley. Coxswain l.'lo, 191( varsity crews. nnn Government Gives nndjtho winning eight of last year. us Much More is Wanted [lev. C, A. of Delmoro PreslMcrian Church, has resigned to lake charge ot the Cowal circuit.' Johnny Rossner, of New York, in a ten- At Winnipeg: I. At Kdmonton: ton 2. At Calgary: gary 2. Ueglna 3, Winnipeg Saskatoon 1, Edmon- Moose Jaw 12, Cal- round limit here last night. The men are bantamweights, AUSTRALIAN WAS GOOD 1 CINCINNATI, June Wig- gins, heavyweight champion of Pacific Coast N'o (.'oast nor International League Iralla, outpointed Boh Moha, of Mil- g.inie.-i played. waukee, In a Ijonl here night, Wiggins was very fast Mola did not score in a single round, i INTERMEDIATE FOOTBALL QAME TONIGHT OEKPSEY'S TRIAL WILL START TODAY ___j -____- SAX FfUNCMC'O. Trial of WllHam Harrison (.lack) Dempw-y. champion heavyweight pugilist, am] his maunder., Jack Kearns. on a charge of conspiring to evade the selective military service act was scheiiuleil to begin to- day in the United States dis- trict court here. Heads American Team in Brit- ish Open Championship Con- test on July I "Anolbcr iiilormetiiatc league fcot- Kanie will lie played tonight at Park, the North Ix iiriilg'! nnilerl will the Miners, Minc-ra line up 'will be: Small, Cook, Duttson, Hhi.-nnan, .Mrmtlj-. navldson, Stunner, Stevenson, Allan. Moore. Uoscrve-i, Iteilly Me H'l.iy iiml Loach. I'orgottiu? o young woman was usinK :i [f-lephfjne boutii in Ms store. a Lirciiklyn, N.Y.. druggist locked up and wf-ut for a motor ride. She phoned tiic sUitlon ftnd alter delay the druggist lycalcd to unlock door. YORK. June Walter C. lliigt-n, of Krchesler, X.Y., the tional opon title holder, han gtmo lo England lo take part in Iho Hrilish open chamiiloni'tiip comiiclltlon which will" begin at Deal, England on June W. The Kcnlish course is out ovf-r tho ftariil dunes borderins the OTTAWA, June a view of obtaining sufficient funds to send Can- -ii.ian athletics lo the Olympic Barnes.; ili'j Alhlellc Federation may liold n lag day in this city and will. turn over the bulk of Ih.e proceeds to l Iho Olympic committee. _lt new develops, says u local paper, r that the Canadian committee arc sad- ly in need uf funds lo fiend Ihe team. across the ocean. The Dominion gov- ernment has granted towards' Hie luiul, tnjl an equal amount is still necessary. In Toronlo, the scheme of holding a tag nay WHS first proposed by the Sporlsnien'8 Patriotic Association, and by this way they are confident they: can mise considerable money. The federation, nl lusl night's meet- ing, iitso decided tint if Ottawa Is to have1 a. representative fit the Olympic games, tlint Mr. Mike Goodwin bo ftont over in charpe ol tho Canadian boxers and wrestlers: RAIN RELIEVES FOREST FIRE TROUBLE IN N. S. I HALIFAX. N. S., June inn rolu has falli-n I Nnith Sea mul Ihe pick of tin: he-it I in .Xfn-a Kcotia, The ralu set iir at J llritifb iiroff-ssirnial (alcnt iincl a IU d'cldirk on Katurday night and since i score of first dai-s nmatcurs will make ithcn there has been a continued down-1 up thi- Held r.f contcstrnits r.gaiust pour. whom !3ie snuill Icnm ol American prc-j Tlir: ruin Itrought groH rcliet lo the whole cdimtry and was particularly j welcome (o (hose whose homes were endangered by forest fires, and to Iho huiiilrniis of flre-flgliteni. It Will also bo a great liclji if crops, d by Hagen, will have to compete.' In llagen Iho United Slates has a real liomo hrcd professional golfer, tvi.o baa luiriicd cjverylhlng bo knows The Henley candidate cignt boated as follows 410 FIFTH STREET We carry underwear In all the popular styles B.V.D., SHORT SLEEVES AND ANKLE LENGTHS, SHORT SLEEVES AND KNEE LENGTHS AND TWO-PIECE SUITS OF UNDERWEAR that ore cut to fit tho wearer. And having pleased yon in this respect wt are sure that we can show you hose, scarfs, collars find shirts which cannot be duplicated nl our prices. LOUIS KEEL SHOP