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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX '1'liIC LRTHBWIKiE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, JUNE''15, 1020 i BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McMahus DID -fOO TAKE FIFTX DOLLARS SHOES WILL KILL THlt; I COMFCST I HOPE NO Y.UU BOTHER ME -I HATE MOW I MUVT F1HD I OO MOPE -TOO AN THEX ARE pWEtYT LEATHER -IU. BE eiLXO VHEN TilE PATENT t I HOI IE IN' ON Corned Beef and Cabbage forJIGGS Kvcrythingihat can ba obtain- ed for ether Talks at THE GRILL N. H. MURRAY, MANAGER Corner Fourth Ave. and Fifth St. North Lethbridge 2 St. George's 0 No Game Tonight C.C.'s Drop Out BANKERS. 14 ROTARIANS. 12 North Lethbridge Put Up Fast Game; Beat Saint Georges 2 to 0 o- BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. o( shols M goal in ill's half but'they did not reach the nets. Ooe of his shots hit Ihc post, bounced far out Mclnlyre Saved Saints From De- feat By Larger Margiiv-Hol- iimi me iieiu iwiu niiu wiis wuu.ug berton Played Strong H. The result was the second Victors Had Good Forward Backs Played Goal Ttiunatit and Earl, playing backs for the North Letbbridgc were right on their jobs and were effective in By superior playing in all stages ol tlie game the-North Letbbridgc United defeated the Saint Georges last night in Adams Park In a league football game by a score :6l two to' nothing. Mclntyre in goal the score would have been much larger. Mc- Intyre played better last, night thau fu any game he has appeared in this summer and both goal? scored off him were practically nnpossihle to stop. The North Lcthbridge boys put up as pretty a brand of combination as has been seen in Lethbridge for many days. They seemed to take sufficient lime to icok .before kicking with the' result thai they usually put the ball rigbt'where it should be put and that was where one of their players hap- puued to for it. The forward line oCHhe Victors, com- pos'ell Gurr, .A. Gurr. Appleby, W. Earl and a strong game right through and made the Saints play-on'the defensive practic- ally during the entire game. 'Appleby did not get away as much this game as in the last one' in which be played but nevertheless his presence on the field -fras effective. New Players The. Saints bad a number of new men.on their team and their forward line was weak with the exception of the playing of Buchaa. This man, played inside right puL up a steady and a strong game. Bill Hoi- bertoir, was practically the qntire team. He played almost every posi- tion on the field, except goal and was a great support to his fellow players, He played out during the last few minutes of play but up to that time was righl after the ball. (ho first half the North 'i.ethbringe boys kept ,tho ball In the Saints' territory and Earl made a tally after a scrimmage In front of the goal. The ball passed just inside of the post and carne through a crowd of players. During this half Mclntyro had a number of nasty shots to stop a'rjd was equal to the occasion. Tiic Sslntp. in-this lialf only had couplo of tries at the North goal. stopping rushes by tbe Saints. They kicked and cliecked well. Young, playing centre half, a new' man for the N.iiX'. made a warm spot for him- self In the hearts of tbe fans for his steady playing. Largest Crowd Pearson and Nesbilt, playing backs lor the- Saints held their own against Lheir opponents. It was stated gener- ally among the rooters that Pearson came from a sick bed to play but he did hirr.self credit even it he was in perfect condition. There is. now rea- son, resulting from last for tho Saints to be at all dishearten- ed as there is tvery possibility of the new men they ,iuid turning out with .5 little more pf.ictice, just'as godd'play- crfi asf.there- are in'.tne-lea'gue.. i To" witness''" this game 'the largest J of the "Season- was :bn Tbo sate took in which cnts 362 paid admissions. "Ladies are admitted freo and there were.-suffi- cient there to bring the attenuemce to five hundred at least. 'This was the first game on the new pitch on tbe north side. The playing will now be done north and south and a great deal of the inconvenience caused by the sun will be done away with. Following are the players N.UU. Harrison NATIONAL LEAGUE Bankers Forced to Hustle; Rotarians Lose Out by 14-12 i, Brooklyn Cincinnati Si. Louts Piltsburg Chicago....... Boston New York Philadelphia Won. 28 US 2S Lost. 20 25 19 21 '-'4 19 Pet.! '.571 ,54'J .537 .110 .407 .420 .1190 Pirates Are Winners PHILADELPHIA, June ing liils off Gallla with two costly er- rors in the first iuniug. Pittsburg de- feated Philadelphia today 6 to 1. Score Pittsburg............. G 10 0 Philadelphia'............ 1 8 2 Cooper and Schmidt; Oallla, Belts and Tragressor. Cube Win Handily BOSTON', June let Bos- Ion down with four hits today, Chicago LEAQUE STANDING W. L. Pet. Bankers........ 4 2 .667 Miners 3 2 .600 Rotarians 2 3 .400 C. C.'s 1-3 .250 winning 7-to 1. The visitors hit free- ly and played an airtight game in the {came froi'n behind and won 14-12 and field. Store: I incidentally went into undisputed top 7 12 o i ot the league. Boston 3 Carter and OTarrell; Scott, Avres- and O'Neill. Brooklyn in Lead Again BROOKLYN. June losing four straight Brooklyn regained the league leadership today by defeating Cincinnati 9 to 7; Score: Cincinnati............. 7 14 1 Brooklyn.............. Iclntyro St. GEORGES SPENCER LEADS IN NATIONALIST CYCLIST RACE NEWARK, N..J., 'June. 14.- Arthur Spencer, the Toronto cyclist, defeated ,.._ OVUI. uiv LJk.liat, llcttilLUU .As as the second halt opened Frank Krao-.er, Ilaymond Eaton and victory gives him 15 points in the na- new life seemed to be in the Saints and they .rushed the North Lethbridge boys hard for some time but it was .only temporary as It was not be- fore the play was remaining on the Saints territory. Appleby a couple 3n the couple tional championship race at tho Velo- drome yesterday evening Spencer's victory gives hi mlo points In t tional championship Eaton Is second with 1 competition. points. winning a hurd game bj- a score of 1. Score: St. l.ouis.............. 7 K 2 New 10 2 Schupj) and Dilho'efer; Nehf, Hub- bell. Winters, Douglas and SnycJer. AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland New York Chicago Boston Washington St. Louis Detroit Philadelphia Won, 31 17 19 24; ''I 3T, Pet. .560 .543 .130 .340 .308 Can You Beat This? Men! The famous Thornton and Douglas suils reduced from to Just the tame as all the rost a I. our forced sate. are tho' finest tailored clothes In Canada. SUITS in tweeds and worsteds. Colors greys, browns, and blues. All sizes, well tailored. Worth On sale SUITS worth up lo On sale FRED THAELL FIFTH STREET SOUTH Indians Retain First Place CLEVELAND, June made it two out cf three from New York today, winning 7 lo 1 and retain- ing first place. Score: New York............. t 1 2 Clcyclard............. 7, 15 2 Thormalilcn, Shea and Hannah; Covclcskie ami Nunamaker. Detroit Going Better DKTROIT, Juno H. Excellent Uhing by Aycr.i, who heid the Ath- letics to six widely scatiered bits, en- abled Detroit to win its third straight :ame from Philadelphia 5 to 0. Score: Philadelphia........... 0 6 0 Detroit............... 5 9 1 Harris and Perkine: Aycrs and Ain- smith; St. Louis Doubles Score ST. LOUIS, Louis bit usH'll hard and opportunely and aided by errors, defeated Boston to- day for tbo third successive Hcore: lloelcm............... r, SI. Himcll and Scbang; Hillings. No other games Old Hoss Cheese llidpath went in to save the day, but he was found easy. The Bankers mado it one in tbo fifth, four in (he sixth and bad walloped tbc pill for five singles in the seventh when Tambor tnok the hump. Tambor displayed the best cf the lot but he had great fielding behind him. In fact Ihe Koto fielders did everything with circus tinge. Kill ton Bonnell pujlcd three great catches in left, and George Young brought the crowd to Its feet slanding by a one hand staf of a Ions one off Hcudricks' bat in tho Sth. II looked lo be labelled for Ibrec bagp. but Ocorgo got back: to it, uliick out bis milt and there it 'stuck. The Kotarians found furlong for 14 singles, several of which would not have been counters had ihe Held hecu playing shape. Hut after the third he held them fairly sato the'ex- ception of the seventh when they got three over. McLean dropcd a nice Sang, c Morrison, 1-b lipbwcr, 2-b Hidpatb. 3-b.' p -Rose, ES, 3-b Bonnell. If...... Frallck, rf Tambor, cf, ss, p Mulholland, Jackson, ct 46 H 18 27 11 S AB II H PO A, 13 .5.2 2. 6 1 I) 1 2 1 1 3 4 t- i 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 Young cf........ 1 i o there! Were you there? were. ;U was as BilLsaid., T..t Ideal weather. Very little wind. o-- The record gate of tbe season. Thoy played good football, In It was the hoodoo's night off. Jake did "more than smile; be bust right out laughing, are going to borrow Bill's prophecy. Intermediate Football Wed. C. P. R, P'rafcticl .Adams Pmk Tomorrow. i -10 12 14 27 10 4 Scoro by n. II. B. Bankers.....090 411 IS S iiolarions 4 base hits, furlong, Boniicll; two base hits. Fair, O'Con- nor, llonpicll. Jackson, Hohwer; struck out by l-'urlong 5, by Mulhollnnd 3, by [Tambpr X; double plays, Hcnclricks unassisted; ball. Sang; hit by pitched ball, Schweitzer by Kiupatb: bases on balls off Knrlcng 3, off Mul- holland 3, off Ridpnth 1, aft Tambor 1; Umpires Briggs and Wray; time of game two hours. 10 i 12 i CCS' DROP OUT, CITY LEAGUE Executive Meeting of league Is in Herald Office on Thursday Evening. INTERNATIONAL Toronto 5; Jersey City 3. KufTalo I; Baltimore 3. nociicstcr ,1-5; Syracuse 1-5. Akron 6-6; Reading 10-i. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Columbus I; St. Paul 3. Toledo Milwaukee Iniiianapulis 2: Kansas City 1. Louisville 2: Minrioapolis S WESTERN CANADA At Moose 1; Moose Jaw C. At 7; Kcglna 6. At va Kdmon- ton. rain. city baseball lea- PIIR baa nropptMl clown lo a three- team league. The Columbus Club team has stepped down and out. They held a meeting last night anrt dcrldivt to do this. The (hint fault was because tho boys would not turn out to prac- tice. result of this was their inability to win games, and the Icnm Iwinp in iho cellar jiosllion. Tbp ('uhimtms Club w.ts compoR- ed largely or olrt liiiic players and Individually the team was as sirens as any nf Ibe others, but the boys would not practice. To dianiri; the schudnlo of the leaBiic a mrpt-nf; ot the executive of Ihe Ins been called (or Thursday nigtit in'The Herald office at 8.Cm p.m. As a result the schedulei! game, tonight hi-twcen tho Miners and Coliirabua Clnb.wiii.nol bo played. FOOTBALL PROPHESIES (By Old Bill) tf ff t O tf Say Ml, 1'se sure gwine to swear off that Okla-Ajtplo. Ths rallies lose their, next two games. No intermediate league football gams will be played tonight. The C. P. R. and North Lethbridge game will he ulayed tomorrow night at Adams Park. Tonight (he game was called tor Eckstorm Park, but as Wednesday night is open at Adams the officials ot life teams decided to postpone tho game nnd use the better grounds. Tonight all C.P.R. players will turn out for a. practice. They arc to meet .at tho freight Ebeds at 7.30 o'clock I sharp for an all round workout. cipect. to real as easily we'll sec you sewer. Mayor Paitisoa has announcr-il I that he will give a suitable souvenir The Miners play the Vets on Frl- to the first child born in tbo now day. f city of Owen Sound.' The Miners haven't said much late- ly. They may have a few dark There lias been quite a few of them brought out lately. After tho Miners-Vela game, is the! Vets-North Lelhbridsc same. Save your shekels; you will ho] able to USD them on July 2nd. By the way, Bill, what will become of that ?50 the Saints were to have donated last night. Well, we slept well last nlglil an1. 410 FIFTH oTREET :n It must have gone to my head. I couldn't have seen tbo Oulia board straight. But it was a good game. It was the largest gate this season. There was very little wind, All Hie football fnns wcro there. The L'aliles will lose their next two league games. The Vets will win league yet. Didn't Arthur hold Norman down. Ho had him so railed ho couldn't even lake corners. They didn't get Uillie's goa.t, did they? It's Ftill at pailure. What with the Applebys and the Applelr.ns It should he a good fruit season this year. It will rain before the week's out, so we shall bo getting another lino fi'om Ilert. Have you .found a belter Ole yet? ToThe DRESSER WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO CALL AND SEE THE NEW MODELS FOR 'SPRING AND SUMMER WEAR Tho infinite variety of novel and befuitifuj designs arc, cliuaen jtnd niiulc'to give service and satisfaction MR. LEE SULLIVAN SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE FOR FASHIONrCRAFT MADE TO MEASURE GARMENTS Will in our simp on TUESDAY AND WBDNFSDAT. JUN'D IStli AND mth, to exhibit and rlcmfmslrnte models that nro lilioly to suit your You v.-ill not bo lniportinif.il to pluce order unices you with !n do_m. only want you lo see tvlial wo believe to bo the season's best offering in wearing nnpnrcl. SllOt' OF FASHION Crt.APT CI.OTHBS 3iS STREET ;