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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHHnmGE DAIL'V HERALD FRIDAY, JUNE1 BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus I I Vra.U-THEN.-l THINK I fOOR VERY SPECIAL ONE OflLY; of the j STARR Phonographs LEFT. Plays Any Record. Uegular Will Be SoH For Flu's War Tax, J35.05 25 New Records Co Machine. RAWORTJi Issuers of Marriaj; No Required Callies 4 C.P.R. 3 In Exciting Game the most exciting football gamo season the Callies defeated the C.l'.R. by a score of tour to three at Adams Park last night. The C.l'.R. lost their game by poor work on the part of their backs md goalkeepers hot as far as their forward line was Concerned they made a much better showing than the Callies. Within tho first ten tnlnutos of play I Mct'luckie on a number of occasions when they far from the goal the Callies got away from them. Following aro the teams C.I'.m Charles Field Thompson the Callies had made the score three U) nothing but before the end. of the' first half the C.P.K.' boys made a score. After-about fifteen lilinules of pjay the CP.H. forward line tightened up and save exhibitions of some pretty combination worfe aud made the Cal- lies" backs work liard. pressed the opposing goal liard on a number of'occasionD. Tho Callies started out the, second half with a score arid the C.P.R. soon followed with two more. Duririg the last ten or fifteen minutes of play the Callies stalled as much as-they could, putting the hair out-of play on prac- tically every opportunity. The gam'e was free from dirty, play, although McCluckie got injured at the Callies' goal during the last few minutes. Best Game It -was by far ths best garae: of the season and the Callies got away .with, it by a streak of luck in the first few minutes. If the boy's start-, ed as strong as they finished there is no doubt but what they would hive, come out of the game victors. Charles, goal fcr the C.P.R. at no.time during the game showed any class and the first couple of goals looked easy to slop. Batciuan and Douglas, hacks for the Callies played up to their usual form s. Pink did not lower his colors any wilh liis playing. He has featur- ed the Calllea'team'amee he started the season and last night kept up fcls gooi work. Scott, scored two goals for the Callies. Wilson and Eastman, b'olh getting one to their credit. Bestwlck Scored Three Beatwlck: scored the three for the C.P.H. Bestwick, playing a wins posi lion worked splendid combination with McCluekle, taking several passes and scoring on two of them. One ol his goals was scored on a long pass from outside right to in front of the goal, Beatwick heading the ball into file net, JlcCluckie was rigkt on ths job all the time and played a credit able game. Playfair showed some pretty playing at tiroes but was' not much in evidence as McCluckit. Field and Milner. backs for (ho C.P.R. foeraed .unable to kick the ball and Bestwiek Wilson Pink Scoit Bateman Lowe Playfair McEarland Ccpe Milner Gael Davidsou Beard Jackson CALLIES Ivnight Eastman Weedon" Douglas BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. National League Won. 27 "6 20 24 20 20 Philadelphia..... IS Iroofclyn Pittsturg rhicago Boston New York 17 19 IS 24 2S 22 26 Pet. .614 ,57S .526 .500 .511 .476 .435 .400 Reuthcr Wins Again NEW YORK. June out- i pitched two former Cincinnati pitch- Amendments lo.Codc Covering Race Track Gambling Go Through House. OTTAWA, June very little discussion the amendment to. Ihc crim- inal governing the operation of race meetings in Canada, went through a? small attended .house shortly before midnight last night. Hon. C. J. Do- herty explained that the purposes .of the amendment '.rere to limit gambling on racetracks to the pari muluel ma- chines and reduce (he operators per- centages on .the money wagered on each race. The government hoped, BASEBALL TONIGHT Kotariau seniors meet the Miners at Adains Pnrk tonight nn a league baseball game. Balli these teams have been'showing "marked improvement in everv "game they have played during tbc past two weeks. They should give a good exhibition of ball tonight at o'clock. llotarian Intermediato baseball team last night took the. Miners -into camp by a score pf twenty-one to fittccn. Theie is. one thing the Intermediate teams of this city cau do and that is score 'a bunch of runs. "When the last Innings started the score was 10 to 14. McLean called the strikes and Hut- anil were very effective on many oc-llon and Hose took turns pitching lor the .Ticlors: McCambly taking their delivery. Seamen pitched for tho Miners.' ALL SQUARE AT NiNTH Score: It. H. E. Cincinnati'... 2 9 1 New York 1 5 U Reuther and Wingo; Douglas, Ben- Lon aud Snyder. Last Inning Win June 'error by Canton, an infield 'out' and a- single gave Boston a run .wilh.lwp.oul iu Ihe lasl of Ihe ninth and a 2 to 1 victory over Plltsburg today. Score: R. H. E. ,1: .5 Boston.................. .2 1 0 Cooper and Schraretj'i Scott aud O'- Neill. His Umps Caught It BROOKLYN, June Rig- ler had to be escorted .off the. field by several policeman after St. Louis had 'won" Loday's game at 9 to 3, The fans took exception to-a. decision at the plate in the seventh when RIgler called Fournler safe on a close play. Score: Ft. H. E. St Louis................ ft H illllRFIELD. Scotland. June 3 10 The match between. Cyril Tolley, ofi' gchu'pp and Clynes; Grimes, Ech.art Oxford University, and Robert A: Card- jnner. Generous Program Outlined By the Department of Pub- lic Works. Our corrcsDor-dentl June has never been more acreage seeded the game. The racing associations' profit's are limited as follows: The asEo'ciatjons' profits allowed must not exceed the following: Where the tola! amounts slaked or here than this year. There is consid- erable on new breaking, and on snni; mrrfullow. The crop looks; excep- tionally good.- It might' tie a little late; but it is about a fortnight earlier than crops further west, cutworms are reporled fls yet. It is really, beginning to look depositei on each race is under 000, seven per cent.; but not exceeding six per cent; 000, but noVexceeding five per cent.; but not exceeding OOP- four per cent. per .'cent. Previously tho profit taken by tractej it we will have n ball team'this sea- operators was 10 per cent, with all [son. have a considerable amount "breaks" or odd cents over a multiple r, of Chicago, for the open British golf .championship this morning was Pick a Few of These Knit Tic Its easy to. have your always'.Iooklug neat if you have a few knit lies on your tlo rack. It seems as though1 you can't wear them ouL Select some-, of] these-particularly fine p'atterDs.'WeaV thean a good deal; then lay thenfaside. A little later you can' fall back them sgain, they'll BtUl bejn, good'stapc. BERT TESTER'S :.v s MEN'S SHOP f -The Home of 20th Century Clothlrig Alexandra Hotel Block On the Corner of 10 cents. all aqiiare at the ninth hole, match-will-be-36 holes. The SECOND VICTORY NEWPORT, n. T., June second victory', over Resolute yesterday increased perceptibly the interest In the contoBt today, n-hich was planned to be another triangular af- fair. A light soathwest wind was Wowing th every' Indication' of increasing Phillies Win.in 11th, j PHILADELPHIA. June lO.-r-Pitcher Gallia's single won an 11-inning game1 for Philadelphia .over'Chicago driving homo Panlctte with the win- ning run, 9 "to S. Score: H. IT. Our Own OH10X, June King's birth Chicago..... Philadelphia 13 9 .17 ojday, June 3rd was celebrated here by 2 the pupils of the Consolidated school Hemlrlx. Martin, Carter and O'Far- having a day's holiday, rell; Causev, Weinert, Oaliia and Tra- JlrB- Miller had a breakdown gressor. v.-ith her car last I'Mday while convey- ___. j ing the school children on the north- BANKERS TO C. SATURDAY f he yachts made OF LAWYERS HALIFAX, X.S., June The great responsibility 'which rests upon the lawyers of Canada and the Important part which they should play in guiding and leading public opinion, were urged by Sir James Alkins, lieutenant-governor of Manitoba, in an eloquent address al Ihe Halifax Club last ntghl. i The occa'slon was a dinner which Sir j .tninos gave, as presldcnl of Ihe Cana-Idian Bar Association. Lieut.-Gavernor 1 Grant was among the The baseball game postponed on Tuesday, between the Bank-ers and the Columbus Club will be played Saturday nigbl in I'.ckstorm Park. Announcement lo this effect was made Ihi? morning by the secretary of the city, league. The game wlV, start at as usual. American. League Clevelonrl New York Doslon Washington Chicago..... St. Louis Philadelphia Won. 3t VI 23 21