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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK THE urntmunGE DAILY HF.IULD WEDNESDAY. JUNK 11, 19H> 1 UP FATHER" By G. McManus I _ ICA.VETHA.T _. to THE AyrV HE WV.EN HE OUT TO A.H: AT LAIT IXLHOT BOTHERED WITH In The Major Leagues NATIONAL Game Went Hcoroless For Over llolberton put out a dandy Anller- An Hour When Veterans Hanged Iho >vel for Three- Saints .PJayed One and Two Jlen Wallis Gets vtlroken Collar Hone. VETERANS 3. ST. GEORGE'S 0 The neeltaE. of the Veterans with St. Georges United at the tall park last nlghl ivas notable for the'great stand made hy the. Saints against the superior forces of the Vets and a stron? wind in toe first' halt. Tlay icg with ten men for-lbe majority-o Ihe gainp, and for a period aien, St. Ctorge's surprised crow with their Had.thel loitrard line been anywhere ssar a: good as their defense. Ihe score ivouli have beec Numerbu Sails on Hie part of lie Veteran gradually crippled up the Salnls' play- ers unlil towards Ihe end ol Ihe game the majority were suffering from an Injury" of :ruore or less eilerit-- In the middle'of Ihe secoid half, wten neither, net :had been pierced, and. the Sainfs liad tiro men oil the field, i -_Dn_- ihe'Veti. through Robertson, their first ami this was (juicily or two others from the bool Standing Monday Evening Won. I'.C. ly and liobensoa quftkly ppimroA Ju Nbw York tie ball end beat I'arions easily for j I'-ni'inr.itl Xo. 2- The third soil L-nrne shorUy j Chicago alter? when Parsons kicked out a shot j urooklyn Irom KolJertiou. who_ caught il on I'iltsburg the rebound and lust no lime In put- i PhllLdelphia ling il oui of Parson's reach into Ixmis the comer ol'lhe net. 1 The tc-arus: G.W.V.A.; Daulop; Tennant ajid Anderson; Farranl. Shaw and Allan: 11 IS .6UD AMERICAN Standing Monday Evening I-O.'I- J'-C. "on. was away up Lhe field ed s dauoy one which Dunlop re- urned. and Westley again sbol. and a comer was secured. The' easily cbaaged ihe localjon of-Iho fight and advancing through some pretty-work by and Robertson, worked rito splendid position, but Xejbitt with clever work robbed them of tho ball. Wallis in clearingjanother rush was badly lonleJ by Robertson, ihe former bains lifled clean off his feet and Thompson. St George's: Famous; N'rsblit :ind Pearson; Wcsiley. Oliver. Jones. and Bestwick Jimmy Gurr refereed. CINCINNATI, made a clean- and fell-heavily upon his shoulder. He.was forced lo retire with what appeared lo be a fractured bone. Sid had played a great game, and the. Saints missed him badly for the rest 1 of the same. Anderson tried a Ions! shot' which sailed past the upright, and Allan and Hogg each tried the defense, rm without result- Trna- irjan and Farrant figured in some Dies pu'lng, -but Hplherton and Pearson, Sainis. spoilt :ac allempls thef More fouls were given, then Wesllcy made a line daah up win? and with a. little assistance from the inside meri might have vui his side ahead. Linnlns shortly after Hoibertdn and passed lo Roberl- who an excellent chance, hut robbed hy Pearson, who sent Ihe ____oat lo'Westley, the Isller. pass- ing 10 cenlre, till Jones ticked over MONDAY EAVES Marquard Breaks Leg Jivue Weep of Itclr scries 1-3 IS IS 1C 1-' s 12 II IS IS IT with Brooklyn by winning fourth straight- gfirae to-day nt fie same: player. The wind died down enlirelT in the second half, and the soldiers 'improved their plar. put- ting op a niuch better exhibition than when playing with the wind. They were srilhout McCormack and bin- ning.-and their forward line, with Ihc- eicepllon of Robertson, did not pul up the garaelhey did" against Ihe Iles. hnt Ihe defense did not have any dilficulty In holding the Saints" for- wards. "Notwithstanding tho cautions of ihe referee, rough play was very much In evidence, and fouls against ihe Veterans were numerous. The scores were all made In tlv hall end'all by Robertson. Ihe Yets winning by three goals lo nil. The Saints.lost the loss and kickei off a bar. .Nesbiit cleared ins rush by Ihc Vets just danger- .__.....__.... as toe whistle blew ball-timE. Xo score. Tbs-Sainta' chances Tor sharing the points were still good in the open- OS stages of the second half, and lively with heller -work jy the forwards, but the Fragments soon took up the attack, and Parsons was called upon Lwice in quick suc- cession. Hojberlon sent Bestivicl; a lovely pass and that player was away up the wing.'belling the half easily and putting in a gVeat shot, but Dun lop was en.ual' to It and cleared nice ly. Hogg followed al the other end with a nice one. Parsotia returning the hall to raidfleln. Oliver -was hnrt ost the loss ana ticKea in tilt am. and Bestwick had to leave strong-wind. After a the field with an injury to his too feir eichaoges they carried tie game ths Veterans' lerrilory, Anderson e sending his forwards vrtiere Parsons lo the Saints' was early tested. end, Fol- lowing a ioul throw hy Thompiou. the Vets' defense stopped a rush by the- Saints, and for quile a while mid- field play was in evidence. The jol- and belore his return, Rolertson, Lin nirjg and Tmsman niahed logcthe en the goal, and tho (orrner beat Par son3 with a sure-rtol, pulling Ih Vets one up. This TZI nnrort'iia! for Ihe Saints wllh only nine men on the field, bul.lt seemed to alter the whole Irend oi the game. Luinlng was. getting ready for another shot. Tonight it EcVstorm garden the-Bankers and "Y" teams will clzsh for the second time this eascn In a city leaBue hall game- The Bsnkert will likely hive Stone on the mound, while Roger Lund Is expected to untnrk his awkward side deliveries for Ine benefit of the crowd.' The City League is all set to through its scheduie without a break and the fans should line things up (winning lo-day C to 1. Uoak was hit freely but received excellent support Philadelphia St. Lonls Jacobs and ,Adamttasluru with all the woler necessary jeslde Irrixating garden and other crops f. t, fl. f ff fi rt JUNIOR LEAGUE WITH VICTORY TO The opening game of Ihc city Jun- ior league was staged Monday night, when the "Y" took Ihe Ions end ol i a score from Ihe Banker Junlora. Tho eflme waa good, bolh Itama he- ns very evenly matched, but Hie "Y" eemtd loliave Iho liest riinn on Hie mound allhough Ueoghegan for the t Hankers 'pitched goofl ball. Hullon held the Hankers down to four lilts ind a Alter tho third Inning the "Y" land, ed olten, but the Uankcrn did not seem lo ho nhla lo feel the ball al. the right-time. K-W. Service Station Sen-Ice Station for tho famous K-W MaBtielOB, 1-VII stock o: parts carried. Jlagnetos of all makes repaired. MAGNETS HECHARQED The Roy Electric Co, 618 3oulh PHONE 735 imrfauns Kaiuun Ihen a holds Ihe overflow. These are only samples 1 vrhal be done In farming. George wh.o la In clicrge of Ihc Harris rantili, rael wllh an ac- cident on Wednesday. WWIe driving 3 team, which and ran Line-up and-score, .Tunior "Y" Dafoe McN'abli Tlllach All R II BflAOY LEADING i Mass.. June ID.- Mike I IJrmly. of Oakby. playing his second In the nflllonal oprn rham- I plonshlp in 74 fonay, Intl Ihc- Po'.d for IKD dnys' play wllli US. awny, 'ItorBo bccarnc cnlansled In some way. and before reached him hoth ankles wcro broken, bad brnlsca In various parts of the body. He Is now resting In the HospiUI, and will bfc nome lime tero h; lo drive again. Two email fires occurcd south ol Ihc larm ol ____ _ frame hoine caught fire and liurncd durlnc the nlghl. On Iho farm of K. SI. Oeorgo a four rcom home, hulll of lumber look lire fmm the- pipes am Lunicd doivii. i'lJli' lusuldu. Ihe Town lalclyr On John Olais. a tmall Loecb IcCaif.bly lullon llncks lagel Heltzer Johnalon Cole Hill Scott AhrenA Kemm Qcoghtgan COMMERCE GARAGE AT COMMERCE, ALTA. Aulo and Tractor Repairing Dlacktmlthlng Vulcanizing a Specialty All nclrend Tires guaranteed tor 2oOO mileil. W% allowed on Ihe p.urchasn ol now tires tor old Urea.. We carry n complete slock of Kord pn.'ls. Auto Livery. J. H, QREEN, PROP. AM Work Guaranletd WillaM Why We're Here To help you get trie right start with your new I To that you are sup- plied promptly with the best battery built. I To cruiTEc your battery if it J to ttrt it wilh tho to supply yon witb distilled lo repair bat- Oint luffered from ncElcct or abuse. Come ,in 'eoythrr.- AsV many M you like, but be Hire lo ask lhi> mi: to Willard 00-ilay Battery In- Remind us to hand yon R copy of the booklet rj Service 31 17th STREETS. PHONE 616 ?I 4 0 nntttrieB: Irtlltm nnd McClnm- BATTERIES REPAIRED D. S. WILLIAMSON CO. NINTH 'STREET AND FOURTH LtTHBBinot ;