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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LRTHBRIIXJE HEIULD MONDAY, JUNE BRINGING UP FATHER G. McManus HELLO-OAEY- I JOVT OLDEST TOO or THE -J' SHE Ci THE OLDEST ALL THE BOXb MV M'NT COME NET- BOT DAD FIRVT FELLOW KIN HAVp orned Beef and Cabbage for jG5 ythiris that ed fur otheKfolks ot THE GRILL N. H. MURRAY, MANAGER Corner Fourth Ave. and Fifth St. BASEBALUEckstorm Park BANKERS vROTARIANS Park N. Lethbridge v St. George's Gricket Score Puts j Bankers 0h f og of' City Baseball League Tjverity-four to Five Was Result jAfter Six Is no Good ;is a :'ball Diamond. 1 LEAGUE STANDING Won. Lost. 3 2 3 2 Rotijnans....... 2 2 C.'s........... 1 3 Pet. .600 .SOb .500 .250 ,5 vs. RoUr- at Eckstorm Park, Monday, 14 'Advertised Kb a real honest to good-! I lay and gel iu your uuies. The league 'has'a long to tun. At that, every learn in Ihe league can stand a lot more practice. Just playing games isn't enough if Leth- hridge is going lo send n team up against Ihc .'Medicine Hal Monarchs for Ihc championship this. fall. j going Into the horrible de. I tails of Salurday night's fiasco, we I pass vou the box score: C. C.'s A.II. R. H. P.O. A. E. Hudson. 5.S., l.f. Yaselenak. :jb. I r.t., 2b.. r. Trohill. r.f....... L. Grecu. c...... j liar-rill, v-f- 13. Noble, p...... Baseball Review Brooklyn and Cleveland Slip- ping, With Cincy and Yanks Forging Ahead. BASEJBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. West's' Champ Defeats Gay McKinnon, of Fort William, Wrestled for. Twenty Minutes. NEW YORK, ilune. Cincinnati ousted Brooklyn from tho National l leadership yesterday, while -JIQSS hairgarae. it turned out to be a cricket match minus ths pink tea SaturJay evening Trhen the Bankers ami C. C.'s clashed nl Eckstorm, Park. TJie Hansers von. 24 to 5. in sii in- nml went Into a. tie with the Miners (or Orst place, while the C. C.'s look an oven better hold on the cel- lar ppsitloii. :To ciil it l.f.. s. Boucher, 2b. L anKers' false Advertising, It wasn't Schweitzer, U. Hemlrlcks, 2V. j Stonr. pi, 3b.t TJ-V fralr. Ib........ ball game .A B. c z ..633 -C I' ..CIS played! on a hall park. EO how could H he a ball game? Eckstorm Park as a-.bali pasture is dona so Ions as the ground remains in its present condition, and It's as riiueli as a man's life is worth to try to play on it. If the wind would r.tay put. and a nice rain would emue along, lhu! diamond might be put iu shape-by discing, rolling ifud floatla Kvans, s.s. Furloug. p. Ihe New York Americans overwhelm- ed Cleveland and hi-ought about a lual lie Jn that league, although sev- eral points Indians in the league standing. the two lead- ing teams in each league fighting each otter, the St. Louis Nationals loom up as a rival to Cincinnati and Brook- CiucinuMi was far from world ser- ies form in the New York series, but showed to better advantage against Brooklyn. Brooklyn is averaging only about two runs a gainu since return- S 7, A.B.' 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 1 1 0 ing to its home grounds, while the J jiiiuliers nro provlug ineffective against ihc western -visitors. St. in the nildst of Its'flfaL winning.streak, is meeting litUo oppo- in the cast. The Cardinals have Trvon 11 of their last 1! l] Chicago ..dropped frcm the top. of league to fourth plnce in twn Q.J vv.eeks, wlntiing itn first'- victory -j Saturday In 11 NATIONAL LEAGUE Cincinnati SI. Louis' Pittsburg Chicago Kostoh New York Philadelphia Lost. 20 20 Pet. 23 .540 19 .525 23 2S 2S .429 TORONTO. Juue representatives ot all Canada, took part in- the preliminary Olympic! Wrestling trials last night at Hie! West Knd Y.M.C.A. Olympic officials including Walter Knox, who has heeu touring Canada in search ot suitable I material for the Antwerp i on expressed optimism at' luo results. The wrestling houfs were contested under Olympic rules, 'Vhlch ..404 SATURDAY GAMES St. Louis llaines and Ctemons' Smith. Cincinnati 2 0 Benlon and xj Boslon and PiUsbufg showed much ,jl improvement over the'previous week. ilThe exchange of shortstops by New York and Philadelphia apparently Totajs ___...... 44 24 19 18 C by Innings: R. II. E. C. C.'s ...........040 fi S 7 Bankers-'...-. 19 2 liits., livanii, Hie infield. Tile league should O'Connor.-Troliill, 'Livingston: busy for the fans won't pay to see two-base nils, McLean; stolen bases, narars played on the diamond In the uon-jll.'McLean 'i. Ilendricks J, Stone uondilion'-it was on Saturday night. 2, l-air, O'Connor 8, Kvans 1 Furlong; 41010 frgavc new> life lo lcams an the _____________ __ (Juakers had their first winning week i a mouth, and tho.XJianls began io play steadier. N. Y. In the American league, Cleveland and X'ew York see'mingly. have litlle lo fear al present f rom .the- other teams. Good pitching aidlM the In- dians last yesterday, the The Cincy champs couldn't play .ball .on It and wouldn't try. Incidentally the city might do some- thing to Ox up the AdamK Park dia- mond, especially thj outfield. All the infield needs I's a little welting and rolling to liven It a shade. Saturday night's game showed that (he Hankers have found their baiting clothes and will bo.a hard loam to beat from now on. Charfey O'Connor found his batting eye for tile first time this season, getting a single, a triplr two walks in five trips to the plale. All Ihe Bankers [aliened their struck out by Noble S, by Stone 3. by Furlong 2; passed Green 1, Hill- ing 3; bases on balls, off Noblo 3, off Stone 2; hit by pitched bail, by Xoblc 2. Wray. THIS WEEK IN SPORTS tN LETH8RIOGE Monday I-eUibridge TS SL ;ivcrages at the expense of Damon Georges, at Adams Park, Nmilo, the Turin smoke hall artist.] Hankers TS notarians Green, of. Turin, also braced up the) Eckstorm Park, p.m. C-.C.'s. Tuesday -Tommy Simons is cut lo bolster up hi: club .and a lot of young fellows have a chance to sign on.' The team is made up of veterans in the game who won't gel out and practice. Speaker, a backstop, has already ncen signed on ,a'nd Tommy fs after u bunch ol kids who are willing to work hanl and learn (he game. They'll put a iot more pep into the ganu-s, too, for vrithout a doub'l the C. C. names arc yll draggy. Xow, you yonng bloofls who want to cover yourselves with gloiy, see Manager Simons without dc- p.m. Foctball P. n. rs Norih. Lcthbriilge, at Eckslorm Park. 0.50 p.m. Club vs Miners at A'lama Park, lj.30 p.m. Wednesday UnEcball Bankers vs Rotariacs at Kckstorni park, C.30 p.m. Thursday vs Jliners nl Kckstorrn Park, C.Sti p.m. Friday vrt Rolarians, at I-'c.-katorni Park, Yankees pounded their pitchers for IS hits and 14 runs.." New Vork averaged seven ruliK a ganic in the last 2) con- tests of which it won liostcn er.ilea its losing-streak .when it went west last week, taking tbreo games out of four from Chicago by good batting and steady pitching. St. Louis found the lied' Sox pitchers easy. Chicago hit liard in its c'ther games and downed Washington ycs- turdiiy for the second time. Washing- ton am] St. Ixiuis are putting nil strong altack but the Senators arc being scored on heavily. 4 S Rrooklyn 3 G Luquc and Wiogo: .Mammaux and Miller.- Chicago S 13 0 Doston L 7, 1 Alexander and OTarrell; MacQull- Ian and O'.N'eill. Pittsburg Trirrtsf Phillies LADELl'KIA; Jjijie; Phila- delphia's early foad 'was'wlporl-ou't by PUlsbu'rg lodiiy'and ifle jocals lost Ihe opening ganle of th'e Merles, C to 4, after .winning four'' straight games. Hiiey weakened, and R: Miller's wild throw aided the visitors materially. the' strangle hold, the toe hold; 'the scissors and the hammer lock. Two round's of ten minutes' dura- tion constituted n boitt unless decid- ed by straight falls. The results 1-5 pounds: G. Stewart, University. the decision over: A. Garvcck, Ottawa. 133 pnunds: W. Jacobs; V.'est End bars such holds as too double-Nelson, A NEW TIE FOR EVERY DAY One for Monday, one for another1 for Wednesday and so on. You a tie for every day (n the Tveefc if. you lay In a stock of these wash tics; tbo ivlio'e eipensa wou'l bo much. Ami there many line patterns IL will lb'choose it half dozen or more you'll BERT KESTER'S MEN'S SHOP The Home of 20lh Century Clolhlrtfl Alexandra Hotel Block 'On fht Corner' .Y.M.C.A.. Toronto, defeated M. Chain- pagiie, Montreal, 'on points. 154 .pounds: T. B. Swarlman, West End Y31.C.A., Toronto, defeated H. Adams, West End Y.M.C.A.. Toronto. C. II. Uloom, unattached, Torontu. j easily defeated I'. Stover, OriIHa Y I' J.' McKiniion, Fort pound champion of Western 'Canada, Won (rom R. Gay. Bail Y.'M.C.A.. Toronto; after.L'O rainutcs ot strenuous wrestling. vj. 121 pounds: H. Wilson. Guclpli Agrl- TVilliam llS-1 Boi'nsby 'Arc Lead- [.for base stealers yslth.-lO.' Oilier- lead- R. H. E. Piti.qbu.rg........ G'1 33 ount Philadelphia sUVcst'End Y.M.C.'A, Toronto Carlson and Schmidl; Rixc-y, Smith 105 A. c'tv nlav. and Wheat, Tr.igcssef. College, won from J. Ma'rklc, Is Coining Right Along. CHICAGO, Sisler, Etaf first baseman ot the St. AiuerlcariE, today Is a dangerous con- tender for the American league bat- SUNDAY GAMES Cincy Goes to .Top Brooklyn. June dis- placed Urooklyii from, first jilace in Ihc Xalional League slandlug loday 'by defealing Urooklyn 1 lo 0 in a pilch- ers' battle. Cincinnati 1 6 0 o.oo Marquard and Detroit's second victory over Phila-t j delphia yesterday put the Xo othors last place which the Tigers Dr occupying since the season oponedt Ring Hgridcn; Jlilier. St. Louis Takes Another NEW YORK.' June Louis made it two Hirnigbt from ,New York here today, winning by a score of five lo three. Score: St. 5 0 New York........ .v f 3 -8 2 Doak. Sherdel and Clcmons; Barnes grounds, defeated S. U. Iscn, U. ot T., I ting leaderaliip. Ku-batted his. way fall in nine .iiilnutcs 36 from seventh tc.t'econd itlacc witbiv Chicago.....'. Johnson and Picinlchj Kerr and Schalk. 9 11 0 Wilkinson. ALF. SHRUHn WILL .TRAIN1 OXFORD'S TEAM; AMERICAN. LEAGUE' Cleveland Neh- York Won. LosL S3 Pel. SUNDAY GAMES Tigers Out of Cellar DKTRO1T, June clirah- of the cellar for Iho first lime this season by winning from Philadel- phia tcdaV i to y, in 10 Innings. Score: Philadelphia........... 3 G 1 Detroit............... 1 1L 1 and Perkins; Ehmke and Ain- smith. Ruth's 17th Homer CLBVKLAND, June the largest Crowd that over witnessed a game al League park. Now York the'second game of Ihc- series from Cleveland today, M to 0. Rnlh made nis 17th homer of the season jn ihc sixth inning wifh a drive over the n.week and Tris Speaker of-Cleveland with an average of .351. Speaker, the'.leadcr, is battltig "Babe" Ruth's tnafeh toward a ncw lioius run rocord has been inonicnlar- ily checked. At least the New York slugger failed 16 connect a homer during the. week. Unth. lidwever, has strengthened his average, having boosted -h'inis'qlt from 13tli place nmong the regulars' to Gth place. Rice of Washington with Tl thefts continued to set the pace for stcalers. Other leading'batters Jackson, Chicago .368; Mcuscl. New York Johnson, Cleveland .303; Hulh, N'cw York Judge, Washing- toil .3W; Milan, .Wasliingtori John Collins, Chicago. 312; Jatniesou, Cleveland -Murphy, Chicago. In tne; National Jake Daubcrt' of .Cincinnati advanc- ed from fifth place to second anicng tbo batters ot-lhu N'allonal league and FOR ENGLAND Chicago MOXTRBAL. June Shrubb, the long distance runner, ed for England totlay on hoard the steamer Canada. JJc announced be- fore sailing that he Irain the Oxford 'team for its races with the Princeton University team. After their content, Shrubb staled, ho ox- pcctcd lo handle Ibe Soulli African Olympic leam.. j lioslon .1 Washington 12. Alfred g( j Prendergast Fanned Eighteen of the Coal hurst Flavors, (From Our Own Corresnondrnl'i NOBLBFORD, Jimc Snd leams cd this evening afld fought through lo a fivo ecoro in favor of .Noble- ford. The about 7 o'clocX and lasteil -oiiu liuur anil minutes. Prftndergast pitching for Xohlcford Jiut up an excellent brpnd of ball, fan- ning .18 fnen during tlio game. Coal- liiirtt had fevefa! excellent opportune- Meg to score baying men on bases four Different innings, but were unable lo bring them in. Xcrbleford plays Coalhurst at on Juno IGih and ait inter- game HER THIHIJ WIN OVER RESOLUTE S. A. .N'K.VVl'ORT. R.I.. Juno sforcd her third victory in Ihe seventh race with the Resolute for America's, cup defence honors loday.. Tho Vanlllc'a margin waa four minutes and TORONTO, -lime 14.-Cana.1a' will '''S1" In adilitloii to Iho al- he ably In which she (.ave The course events at the Olympic gnnics, i! Hie ouc of two rcache'. class of imfari'hoi] as a "nc of the wrcalllng finals hrjrt: Satur- 34 28 -25 21 16 16 IS 22 ,fjRO i right field wall that cleared .654 ion tfie opposite of Ihc .560! Score: New York ll Cleveland 0 "cr IJIC has'taken RobertEon's-placc BS runner- Roger llbrnsby'of SI. '.street, jj leading with an'average of .352. fllnl.t.npl I., ft Vinhi...] .500 .462 ".327 .314 SATUROAViOAMES Detroit Grabs One, 4 to 3 DETROIT, a- long' r, June ;i2.-ppetrolt '-.broke iiB a close 'decision gnme from'Philadelphia 4 to '3. Ainuhflh. .Cleveland Trims rleW Vork CLKVKLANIi. .Jimci and t'hlc, Myers, t'nith and Thomas. O'Neill. Easy fdr Sox CHICAGO, June Jilt Courtney and Shaw hard in Ihe clos- ing and won easily from Washington 9 lo Score: Washington S 0 0 II 1 Courtney. Shaw and Plcirdeh; liams and'Schalk. Xo'uthcr ga'nios schedules. Danlmrt Is 32 points behind him. Williams of Philadelphia bagged an- other'home run and is leading the league with seven. Carrie Htlsburg continues tr> Ihc pact. ing bailers ''Robertson of Chicago .347; Grch, Cincinnati .343; Nicholson, Pitlshurg Young, Xejv; York .328; Philadelphia .312; kousch, Cuicinnail .321: Cincinnati :319; Mverf, Brooklyn .318.''- V MERE GIRL WINS 8RITISH WOMEN'S GOLF I SHERINCJHAJ1, Eng., June .Miss Cecil Leileh tost ihe; British women's golf championship yesterday ro an 18-year-old girl, -.Miss Joyce Wethereu, of the Wnrplcsdon Club; :.MIss >Velliered won by hvo and one-' lo play. Had .Miss Lcjtch won, she would have celebrated her third consecutive victory for this championship. O R l J R