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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SiX Tim LfiTHBRlDGE DAILY HEHM.D THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1920 BRINGING UP FATHER I Have the r> i'. Best: Eye Spetialist IN LETH8RJDQE ;YOUH EYES SATISFACTION GUARANTEED MODERATE CHARGES RAWORTH Issuers of No Witnesses Required DRAW FOR CAPTAIN'S PRIZE ANNOUNCED; AN UNIQUE COURSE VICE-ROYALTY; VISITS RACES Macleod Talks of Wind Hat Scribe Claims I.clhbridgc Golf Club Has Lost Sixteen of Sand By Hie Wind. Deal, on the North Sea, ih Kngland to look to He laurels. It is credited ?Hth be fag the windiest Roll course on earth, but I reiwat loud for ilio world I o hear, that tbe municipal pnJf course can breeze K Wt. ami blow sufficient tor tlic ordinary TUU or golfers. This la'st. week was a fine demonstration of it can clojn tliat regard. Bui if Lrcthbridgo club swingers staved in, wben it blew they would be a pasly.-faccd buncli. it blows, iwell name your own percentage) of tho tiuie. fSotuc good scores turned in, tor the 'qualifying round of the Cap- will default tho flrst named in every case going into the next round, unless it 35 shown Uie default was ihe other way. The first named is ei- pected tu arrange for tfieir match bs- Hi i-ball leiige in every competitions kill t2ie in- terest and1 Uie committee trill use every--offou to keep mutcliQs. this seatoii up to Schedule. The ;t de- cided increase, since the hiut in Sat- urday's paper. H is tip to tbu -10 mark now hut a deuided clean up ot membership, dues must, fce made at The course :vill be refused tu not a thankless case a necessity. your fee. i iMacleotl lias written saying that their course fans suffered from tho and many of their players are- out of town so they do not eipc-ct Reopening of racing was a decided- ovsnt at the Woodbine track, Toronto. Photo.Ehows His Excellency the Duke of Devonshire, GovernoMleneral of Canada, arriving in state, tain's prize, showing thai Ihe players f jujv Hie beginning to'ronud up lo form. '.Ajud the wind! holds no terrors for them to commence inter-club matches until If tbe wind would only quiet down to EL more this ultra-. tornado stuEf leaves one in a mood like unto the wild, wild especially when your drive to the Gth hns nice iy cleared the ditch and then conies down with a reverse into it, r.nd goes your good score for that rouud. .___ ]S who qualified show a, net store with only n spread cf S points netwecn No. 1 and No. 1G. Dave Hiimo led the way with a gross a net A, McKillon net 77.rfour more 79 each, draw has been made anil the first round will be p'ayeil out this ___.___ Week. The pairing frcra Ib'e hat re- Tho practice pulling 'green is now suited in Ibe following: Making shaoe east of the Crawford vs." A. Mara. j ______ :'r. L'. Carberry vs. A. McMillan. j oh where, does tlie sand H..A. vs. J. J. XcDoueii. i 30 greens. They have been T. J. Davis vs, J. A. Rfc-d. re-wored three limes already this X, T. Macleod vs. .Too. Mack. I year p0ue fellow qaM ho swallowed Muir V3. J. K. Klrttiam. jn one round, but that Hume vs. T. pxlanil. doesn't account for the rest of the AV. Menzle vs.1 W. H; Turner nkers Lose To Miners m Adams Park Intermediate League Baseball Game Results in Big Score of 20 to 10. These matches will lif piaycd. hole coniputiiJon 'and '..H- handicaps us posted in the we: have purchased. Tho draw will Any next and ilioa j Mis. X McDonald, of East ZOIT.I. fhad hoP.ICE'brnkon and was internally f: carrk-d out Mini-' injuredrwinlu jumping from a buggy who hnvo nat -lisy-J tooi: frljht. Miners1 last night de- feated the Bankers.1 intermediate baseball team by u scorg twenty to ten in 'Adams Park.- The gaice was featured bv 'errors. Outside of the errors Ihe playing was of a fair cal- ibre. The Bankers iised three pitchers, Martin and Green. J3tgg3 caught. The used Freeland as phcher during the entire game. Hcilly caught. Trio neit Intermediate game will be i between Uotariaiiia and Miners tonight i at Eckstorm BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. National League CardsFon Is Alter Ball SOFT COLLARS II ycj aro one of who have passed up soft collars, you have mla- ied a good deal. Try ono of these soft collars. Long before the day is over, you will make up your mind to get a hunch of them. You will like the "easy air" ol their appearance. Bes'des, (hoy are very eouifortahle; that's quite an import- tut thing these hot days. BERT KESTER'S MEN'S SHOP The Home of 20th Century Clothing Alexandra Hotel Block On the Corner Issues Chnllcnge (o Any Ama- teur Team in Alberta for Honie-and-Home Games. FOOTBALL PROPHESIES FOR.1920 Irnolilyn Chicago...'. i. Louis loston N'evv Torfe hiladelphla Won. 27 20 17 Lost. K, 19 17... pet.! .628 i .BBS .54t'" (From Our Ov.-n Correspondent) .509 .444 l .Behind ignlh, 7 ur Name an our TRADEMARK Guarantee to C. from .Plltshurgjfoaoy.'- n. H.'-'E. '..i.'.'.v. 12' 2 1 Oescbgcr, .KlHtngtiir; and (Jowdyi i Giants Defeat.tCincy' Aoairi NEW YORK, jiine' i roatle (t, two' straight" from Cincinnati today, winning the second game, 6 to 4. Home nms iiy the Score i Cincinnati [New Katiff nnil H. B. 10 June Bycry lino evening 'sees the Cardstpn bitsebail team out oti .the diamond warming up and strengthening itlieir iveak spots. The team is now In One eon. ditiori and well organized. For tho past weeks they have teen 'rearin' (o go." but tliere lies tho difficulty. They 'are uualilo to find any loam willing lo go with them. They have tried everywhere hut tbns far liaye not succeeded In getting a gr.ino. Amaleiir teams many consider this as an invitation to .meet may also expect (o he beaten. Card- ston is prepared lo meet any amateur team in the province and are willing to play home and home games at any time. Manager Cheesmau has commiml.! cated with other towns but finds them cither unwilling lo play outside towns Old Bill.) The Vets will win the League again this year outlook. North Lcluhridgo will .meet their first defeat this season on'.Monday next. Old Dill's contribution. If Alt would start something, we could Dnd a Bet- ter 'OIo. FIFTH'YACHT TBIAL TODAY NEWPORT, 11. 1, June the series.standing 3 to 1 in favor of Uesoliito in the trial races .wltb Vanltlc for the choice as .defender of tho America's cup against Shamrock IV., the two yachts made'sail today for tlie fifth contest. .ThB early nioru- jng conditions were unfavorable so far as wind was concerned. TlieV are meeting their Hoodoc3 (Saint George's.) They say they ar-2 confident of win- ning but the. Hoodoo will prevail. It will be a good two bits worth. All the football fans will be there. There will be very little wind. First class football vrlll he played. !i will tie Ihe largest gate this sea son.' i Encouragement.-Is' Gjvcn By Sportsmen for-youths.to Train for Anhverp; I PARIS, June ifraniM Ity Epurt jo funiateur IIOXC in tin: summer, announced ne'.v spirit irstn tlic A gift of M.OfiO men for tho traiutns S to represent Krancii Bame.1 at Antwerp King and Rarlrten; Xcht and Smith. League Leaders Win Juno 9. Brooklyn am] r.vene.1 up UK- series with St. Louis today hy winning. 3 to 2. Score-': n. If. E. Brooklyn............... 3 S 1 Doak and demons; Pfefier anS Mil- ler. Phillies Humble Cubs June in the case of Lethbridge) or else not yet organized. Ixjt them awake! Chessman's'Colts' are rearin' to go! ke won't be smiling after the (o York fl [hc YanXec3 11 13 JaW. i He won't be feeling fit for billiards. They won't get Dllly's goal because it's cut at pasture. Thormahten and Hannah; Ehmke and Slanage. 3snators Score Shutout today, has thi: j put ne'.v spirit irstn tlic who art: nutting iir-ro for Ihe climina- tlun 1: is intimated oilier ,-j gifts will follow. There had niucfi ia sporllnp rircle.s. in Groat Uriiain, hccailse of the lark of funds to properly prepare teams in all i sports. The. Tj'oxdra to Fninrr; will be sclfctcil in "Jl regioiKil' Thi5 was nnilcr Jlie kM'.l-j the of tlic N'alirnu! j phia won Its, Fecund straight game frnin Chicago 2 to being Chicago's eighth straight loss. Score: Chicago 1 Philadelphia i Tyler and p'farrell; Smith II- by winning today, 4 to 0. Score: Washington 4 St. Louis 0 Zachary and Khcrrar and Billings. J. Bush, a C. P. n. orakeman. of SL Thomag, was nearly killed when the automobile he was driving turned lurtlo and ho was pinned under-, ncath. .J C. P. R. AND DALLIES PLAY TONIGHT C. P. H. and Callles meet lar.ight Adams Park in a league foctliall. game. The C. P. 11, players will be: Har- rib, Charles, Field. A. Thompson, Lpwo. Latiric, Me- Cluckie, Playfalr, Davidson, XM Heard, Hestwlck, Clayton, 3. H. Kmllh und Horenden. These men arc requested to be at the freight sheds at p. m. The C.l'.lt. will finish the season belter ;han they started. Watch them! l_ Tlie Miners are flying their trade in Football Keeping Helow. TLiey will surprise the fans yel. The Calliea will lose their next two] games. Bert wrote last week. Here's Old t FIFTH STREET American. League Pacific Coast VVon, l.osl. Pet. Smoking RETREADING Got your, next tire mVrrarlcd by us. Wo arc czpcrt lire men. We Are Also Experts in Sec- tional Work, Broken Deads, etc. We are here lo give service. Spe- cial service to out-of-town orders. Express paid one way. Leth- bridge's Leading Rctrcadcrs. Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works PHONE 1664 E. CHAPLIN, LelhbrUJoc. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH AT MACLEOD 712 3rd AVE. S, B. CHAPLIN, M.icleod. TKNDLER' HEATS MITCHELL; EACH SCOHES KNOCKDOWN June Tcnd- ovor it'lr-hic Mitchell. Milwaukee in a 10-round bout last nishl1. Tcudltr fiiowci lo vantago in a -rpajority of the hnver. n knocV down from elitf Muwa to II-': chin. VUJicll bci.'iR In roiiiul ami T'jnrtlcr in tho ninlli. (or.ri.U'iaMc Worn) from ,1 liarlly cut Hi' i" luc. fourth. j jiliiii, Ijrij.-d an rxlilhtlon 'li.lill with I iinrtnrr. .1 INTERNATIONAL OOLF MATCH 1 I'HOY June ID.--The ,'inalili on Kddingtnn (-onr.'e for n shikM of C2flO tictwi-cn the Mllfhtll jinil George Dun- B rjn, ami Walter liaison and .Km liani'v. !lr: railed Sl.ilcs prnlcssioii- WHS i-I this moniiiiR. match 3fi At the end of the first 18 holes -V-icilcantf led one Cleveland N'tw Yur'ii Boston Washington Chlcaco St, Louis Philadelphia Detroit -'30 31 2< 24 17 15 II 17 IS It 21 27 31 31 .571 Portlaml Oakland o. SentHe fi. Vernon S. i San Francisco II, Kail Lake n. i Los Angeles 9, Sacramento S. (Kij linings.) .51J .340 .311 American Assn. Boslon Defeats White Sox rHIC'-AOO. .nine triple ;irrl ;i slriplc hy Kcliiins followlne puss- fs td Kiott iincl B.ivn j Toioijo 0, Kanpss City 2. Louisville 0, St. Paul 1. foluinliiM S, JllmicaiiullR 3. Indianapolis -I, MiUvaukee 3.' run? lo beat Chicago Unlay, 3 In 1. 2 S 2 Ilwh r.rj'l Williams, Kerr Easy for Cleveland .nine Perry's lur-C- first few Innlnssi gave Clcvrli'i-itl a victory over Phlla' rielphia tfidny. r, to 1. Score: II. II. K. Willailelpliia 1 2 Clrvplancl C 10 0 Terry anr! V'Tilc and Tliomai'. The Home Run Kings DrVrHOIT. .iiinr! York con- tinued its hard hitting and won thn rcroml game of the series from DC- '.TClt today, 11 lo 3, ilornc runs hy Western Canada At Calgary: Moose Z-'il; Cal- At rlflirioDlon: Saskalotin 0-0, V'u- inimton 15-2. At Wlnnlpt-s: Hegina 2, Winnipeg 'International Akron F., Toronto n. Kyracuso 1, Jersey City Rochester 4, liiiffato 1. Baltimore 'i, Hqadlng t, Conservation l-jvoryonc knows the (if conKcrvallon. fow realEZc that IniyiiiK fiOS'l shoes Is the one way of conserving Icadicr. hcln tmf custoiiiurs conHcrvt1 hy offering them Ihe beat thru money nffcvdj. We iiollcvi: in tlin saylnj; thai "tho lest Is cheapest in the to Sec Our Guaranteed Work Shoes, lo SHOP OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES AND THE FLORSHEIM SHOE OLIVER BLOCK 318 FIFTH STREET I I ;