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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX TTO LETHBRmGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1921 BRINGING UP FATHER y G, McManus XOL) S WAft THE t-fAr TIME c'v J i f-3 Fragments to Meet Miners At Adams Juet as Popular as Dinty Moore's --But for a Better Reason. THE, M GRILL N. H. MURRAY, MANAGER Corner Foyrth Ave. and Fifth St. T AMERICAN GOLF TEAM FOR OLYMPICS Last Game Before Scotl Compclilicns on Kridiiv. Cup; v i'HIIADBU'HlA, June Owing lo inability tu secure a team 110 Am- eTk-aii self team will compete :it the Olympic matches at -Antwerp, Ii was announced to- day. C.P.R. Leads Second Lge, Defeat North Lcthbridge United at Adams Park Last Night. BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. NATIONAL LEAGUE Rotations To MeetMiners Friday j Hulai-ians Fight to Get Out, of the Cellar j Position.' j 1.0ft. N'orl'n Endcr savs. loo'ball is ways full of surprises. ____ _ Tills is ihe lisl game si'licilu'.ej iio-1 fore li'c.Scott cut] cMlpetitioil opeaa Competitors Fl'Oltl West mil will show how'' l-.vo trains are jtnpias up for Linu The I'rasiiients are liuiik-l tlu cup from fast year. W1YAJJENDS ACE .Must Take Part There Before Go- ing to Montreal. WINNIPEG, -lune Defiiiito have been coniplct- Pd for lhc Western CanaiHan Olympic In Winnipeg for Wodne-sjltiy. July 7. Intending com- must take part hi tbe meet in order 'to com- petn in the linals zit iloutreal, j. the rain, and it was! I njlher Ions for them. The C. York boys are somewhat heavier than the Phlladeliihia North I.ethlirldge lads and ihey put.up a better sahie. yrayiijg a-good brand! of oombiuation. Harrison scored for the .North Ijethbridse and anil Jcbustou for I. lie victors. The nest intermediate game will} be between tho Miners and C. -P. on June Pel. .555 .571 .558 .513 Vaughn's Lucky Win i June made it LeonariJUhrco .straisBl from Boston for Chi- Baseball- Is also on the .books for' Friday, night-. The ..Rotarians will put up a slrqiig fight to eel out of the' hole position ywben they meet the: Miners al Eckstoriu Park. the HolarlauB face- a battery as'. good as any In Hit; league thai night. 1 Steve Seaman lias been working splun-; illdly and; seems .to bo developing, niore sliced every game. The Miners 1 also.have a game on for Saturdav: night when Ihey meet Xobleford in! Adams Park. ASCOT HEATH. June loyal procession iu setm-staiL- re- vived today at I be second Ascot raw the end or tbe war which were liltendsd by a notable gaiJienni; ol sctlcty people. The display of fash- ionable gowns v.-orn by Jlie numerous throngs oT women present for' tbe function was unusually brilliant. King Cicorsc and Queen Mary. who are en- tertaining) n large jiarly at Windsor Castle during the week, drawn loMhc four .hoi-sfs.''with out- rldkrs. They- were aUendtfd by oilier jncmbers of the royal family and the I CANADIAN WRESTLING royal household, who followed in seven carriages. The bigtracc uf Ihe day. the Ascot Stakes, was by Fred Hardy'? SOLD FOR TICKET ON WINNER OF DERBY LONDON. The man who held the winning ticket in the stock exchange cweepslakes on the Derby sold It just prior to the rsce at it was learned to- night: vThis unluckiest man is H. Ax Clarke, a number. Clarke bought five tickets.' gnd then, decided 'to sell of- them. One of the three was on of the three -was ..on Spion Kop, the wtnmng .horse. m II.IlUlU Xew.Tork Chicago Three Americans Go Down London H. Johnston Viclorjpus; Los I, 17 20 22 ;.SL l.outfj-... jjJelroit Phitadeiphia 'aif. 15. Pet. .673 .630 .558 .532 -MO SEE TO YOUR NOT THE THERMOMETER A .MAN doesn't juugis the teuiircra-, tnrc the. .vve'ather. repprls, but by ihe way hi; feels. His undcnvear has ;i lot to do with it. Voit'll feel ii deal cooler tt you vvenr thesn, union .suits. They aru very- thin; light in comfort- able in til. BERT KESTER'S MEN'S SHOP The Home of 20lh Clothing On the Corn'e'f Ciilhberl Amateur Champion of Manitoba and Saskatchewan To Go Hippy Man. uicfc J..P. front second, urn] W. Singer's Chatter. CHAMPIONS CHOSEN TOnONTQ. .lime follow- ing arcL otlieially recognized Can- adian ivrustlinK chainpicns in the var- LOfiDOX. June Norris U. of Boston, Stales St. Louis' 7lh Stralnht jWlN'XIPEO. June number of i w.'Dn'fcS's notable golf "players, in- eluding J. TY'CuthhDrt, amateur cham- pion of Manitoba. and I ST. LOUIS, June Louis scor- iirtius ji. oi jiosion, siaies champion In iSH and was -detail-! -Ed. strafeht T.ctory today iou.s. classes; ins Hughes, West Bud i v'ciera'n A sensational fcalure of the j Y.M.C.A, Toronto. i itierdn race was the fact that the owner .of t .ylla Osborne We-l End I Man hart been involved in a j Toronto. I 1-1 Out.; 1.15 SlcwaVt. .Que'en'H legal dispute and settled in court this morning just'in time tu 'alloiv Hie liorse to run. John .loyce. a dealer in race horses, claimed be bad 'coutract- t'l to buy Happy .Man. The dispute was settled by the payment o( to Joyce. L'niveraily. Kingston. Ont. I7i BOuiids-rK. Loppenneu. End Y.ll.C'.A.. Toronto. rontd. Wesl ed in tbe fourth round of the London I D> Bamefof Iho inrf lennis championship scrjcs wlth Pn'ia3erph.ia, 2 lo 1. licro loday, by M. J. G. Ritchie, the R- E' expert and interuj-' S 1 tionalist, wlio won two out of three ibt' Louis 5 sets by scores of 2-6, 6-3, 6-3. i PmT mi Pcrkinp; Shocker and In thii ihird ronud of the ladies'; severeid. singles- tournament. Mrs. Larecuibe i Ruth's ISth Homer the former English champion CHICAGO. Juno Ruth bis ISih homer of to- of the championship, beat her 'American opponent, Mrs. Mallory. who ivaa formerly Bjursledt, (i-2. 6-2. C. S, Garland, of wasial-i 'orK so eliminated in tile fourth round. -I ing defeated by -.Major A. Dudley, hit Qulnn. Tilodgriilsre, .Shawkcy straight fcts by scores of 0-4, Hannah; Kaber and Scbalk. William Jolm-ioiP of San Fran. Washingion-ricvclaml, wel grounds. Boston-Detroit, rain. day. driving a manjin of him. The visitors won, 7'to 4. Score: R. H. E. York............... 7 11 :t will journey to Montreal lor the Cana- dian amaleur cbauipionship to be held June 2S lo July 3.. A delesalion from Winnipeg; will iilso ultend the 'annual general meet- ing of the Canadian Golf 'Association fo urge (hat Ihe 1S21 championships be hold in Winuipeg-.'ll is alsq jirob- that J. Mnnro Hunlcr. the Ed- monton crack, and Messrs. Haig and Weir, noled Calgary players, will join Ihe Winnipeg contingent and compete in tlic east. c- and j I OLD COUNTRY CRICKET PACIFIC COAST Seattle. OaMaml 8. 1'orlland 1. Vernon C. Snn Krancisi'o 2, Sacramento Los Angeles Salt Lake, rain. INTERNATIONAL id-hcs Team lo Victory Creek Defeats Michel at Soccer. to !he Herald) Junn game iic- twccn Jlaynes and Kcrnie baseball teams a large crowd this after- noon. In tile first two innings U.iyncs made.nine scores, but during the re- mainder o! (ho piunc Vcniic held Ibom to (wo runs while tlmy made a tally six runs. Score IS lo ii in favor of Kcrnici Sofho and Il'nssell, Cordtore; Baylies: fiillla and Wiley. Tim football game at (-'oal Creek be- tween Coal Creek and Michel resulted in a score of ourj to nothing in favor of Coal Creek after a hardly cuiitcsled Toronto 2. City 0, AJiron :i. Heading 1. Uochester-Kyrucrise. rain. Jiufi'alo-Haltimori', rain. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Toledo Milwaukee 1. Columbus 4. SI. Paul 2. Louisville I, Jlinnuapolla 2. 3. Kansas City 3. WESTERN CANADA M Mcose .law- Jaw 3. LONDO.Y, Juno As- socintcd yesterday put up an overwhelming score of 539 against Worcestershire and ivon by an innings and 22] runs. Three Sussex each contributed 100 rnns or over, namely, Iliggs making tils tirtl ap- pearance in country- cricket, 101; Stan- dard 114; Roberts 121. Worcestershire nindo ITo and six ot their wickcls in the second in- nings fell lo .lupp for 11. Gleuccstershiro tfcoros were and 116 against Warwick's 277 and 105. Wurwicks were weak in the second in- nings in which the bowling of 1'arker ami .Mills-were remarkable, the form- er taking seven wickets for 4S runs, fivo soiiiK in 10 balls for no runs and Mills teU'lns four for 13. lost liy 78 runa. Lancashire beat Northampton by an Innings and .l.j runs, the scores beinjx Lancashire 115; Northampton 220 ant] ico. Surrey 'tvitli 303 beat Leicester U7 FOOTBALL KICKLETS (By North Endcr) f Poor j'oj llave to set viil of that fickle board. Throw- tho side-ring our-gccgfapiiicai ppaition'.thp depths bl .the sea is out of the ques- tion. Aoyhoy." Ihe fire with the deceiver lomorroiv It is lead- ing you all astray... A v.-ell intentioned lady in U'.S.A. .get into serious trouble through ouija lately. An ounce of logic is better than a ton .of ouija superstition. Bill's Hoodoos were he-odooti, but no flced for absolute discouragement. A Waterloo invariably happens somehow, or somewhere. The Blues may. go dowu to defeat next one never knowg. Fcjiball was ever a game of surprises? Yes Norman was in a ratliing mood. The elusive oULiide left initiated Utc movements culminated in both goals rattling the net, In snitc of Arihur's sticking attenticns. Arthur held down his special job with conituendablc credit. The corner kick artlsl will return to form when accustomed lo the new pitch. It's loo baij for Appleby to attempt breaking cur brand new upright with smashing shots, Kenny Mclntyrc was In great form, he seemed to have a charmed life. Dirln't little lialdy Earl tickle all the fansiivJtb liis sparkling dribbles und artistry? It was a special delight: lo watch him get over arid through his num- erous During wee Baldy's last gallop lie said it was as though the goalposts would' never appear in eiglil.- And I suppose ho has a plenllful rcscn'a- lion ot similar trickeries for fuluro occiislons. (Otlicrs Winnipeg 6, JIoosol s7- :iil Innings and rnus. Hobbs'of Burciy inafie 131; in rain.) J. H. WOODS 1'IIESENTS CUP TO MANITOBA COM' ASSOCIATION of RETREADING Get your noil tire rc-trcadcd by us. Wo arc esperi lire men. We Are Also Experts In Sec- tional Work, Broken Beads, etc, We are here to give service. Spe. clal service to out-of-town orders. Express paid lone way. Leth- bridge'! Leading Retreaderc. Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works PHONE 1664 E. CHAPLIN, LETHBRIDGE 712 3rd AVE, S. BRANCH AT MAClEOD B.CHAPLIN, MaeleocJ. HOOD TO PACIFIC NKW YO11K, .Innc rclos of Wallace Hood, lo Ihf while ii Kalt l.sko City club of Ihe J'acif. league waa annoiiiiccd last i Ilio Ilrocklrn Nationals. June 1S.--J, H. Woods fiolf and Country rlub. the city recently, donr.leO a cup to the Manitlibn (lolf hy association for a (wo-bali fonrAomo to i be for during the Manitoba FIRST SUSPENSION UNDER PITCHING RULES VOISK, .Nina Harry Cincinnali pitclicr, was for 10 by I'rMiilcnt llnydlc-r [lay for violating the. new pilch- ing riilf'f I'nritiK ycKlonliiy's nl tht- I'dlcj (iiminrlK. Tin- 1'r.isua vxccutivn also dial ilip inrtpfinitp at Ontncldcr ll'ji.hcb wnnM IJP lilrcil tomor- ;i RESOLUTE AGAIN XKWf'OIlT, K.I.. ,lune llcKOlutc lodaj-'K I rial race with the I.V'iffiiiii1. for America's cup honors liy miniijcs. sftven HOC' 'itl.1; l lime iliree miiuitt- scconrls carrot terl (imo BIO AT ASCOT first bad seven ivickels. Leicester had Elircc mpit ah- sciil, all hurl in the second innings, Kent and Kr.icx drew. IIiirdEiig srorcil in Kent's first innings, the lolr.l of was y20. Toon, the new KHSO.X jjlaycr, took Ibrce wickcls with balls. made. al Ilio firtl attempt and with Kent ilc- daring fn ibe sccouii at 176 for 0 wicket.s liarl 'JS1 to go; to ivin. They eiitily flnynl out tlie time. By the way -have you seen tb.-l illuminating grin on Jirke's genial countenance. II sticks like au ad hesive plaster and simply won't come off. SQUARE MEASURE WINS THE ROYAL' HUNT CUP (CaiiSdiaii socinted The Tloyal Hunt cup -.vos ivon today by Squnro'Mcasure, 8 to 1. Glanmorin was second, 100 lo 7 and Slar Shoot third, I'D to 1. Tlie Hoyal Hunt cup is run at As- cot over furlongs and 166 yartli Today's race was the first since 15M, when the race was temporarily abaa-' doned owing lo tbe war. The lioyal Hunt cup race is cne of tho great clas- sic contests of tho British turf. OLYMPIC TRIALS FOR MARITIMES CHAHLOTTETOWN'. P.B.I., June Olympic -trials In field and track events for the Maritime.provinces will be lielcl In CharlbtUtowri on July I, uucler the auspices ot the Abegweit A.'A.A. nnd silver medals will bo awarded in cacb-event. K 410 FIFTH STREET HOLLAND DEFEATS SOUTH AFRICA AT LAWN TENNIS 12 AMSTlvKDAM, .lime llio prcllinlnarlrs for the Usvle cup. Hoi- T lanrl tins KouUi Africa. In l the male-lies just at Arn- Livlni, [lie Dutcli -rcpreHeiitKliTcH bf-ul the South African players tiircn nialchci Ic; Iv.o. They therein- quality for Hie final round for the Davis cup. g.illlf: willi I nniulil) ii. .line The sccoi.d I day of tin; Asrot races drew anothei i lo ih'. rouTst: here today. Ifl play in JncludiTiK Ibic.nzs of: i.'imimnnli j the world of King George Queen Mary, ingblhcr with Prlnces'ii C> rf Mary, were asaio (jrtfcnl. 1 <'t NOBLEFORD COMING Ml in; iv baseball team playa on Saturday al S.30 Ib Adam.t 1'nrk. You Expect Satisfaction WheB You Buy a' Pair of Shoes V V V V Kcc [fifti you Kiiaranloc We. Jilupe MUinn .service (s backed by muny of The? sallsfacllon we'll give you. in style, fit and service, will convince you Ihut it pays lo buy shoes at Ibis store for men. Wo' on The I-'lor did in Slioco, the shoe ol distinguished style mid perfect (it. to GHOP OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES AND THE FLORSHEIM SHOE OLIVER BLOCK 318 FIFTH STREET ;