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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX 'THK f.rv Y, JUNE 19, 1920 BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McMamis ly tot Give a Rest And have dinner here Tomorrow. THE SilHEPi GRIll N. H. MURRAY, MANAQgft Cornier Fourth Ave, and.Fllth W, Fragments Blank Miners; Kicking One To Nothing Wai Result .of Innumerable Tries by Frag- i Showed -Irnpvbyemcnt. Fragments of France again aided mother win to their airing when they took' the Miners into camp by a one to nothing score at Adams park last night. 'Moore, tho goalkeeper for the Miners, was the busiest individual on the Hold. Ho was not. srtopolng kicks, cut was Kicking from goaV Both teams tried hard p.ll through the game, the Fragments having the best of the play. It would tiave needed nil adding machine- to keep track of how many shots went In tho general direction of the Miners' goal. All es- ce'pt, perhaps, four wild kicks, ng, many times, higli 6fer the I or to. one side or the'other.' Tho majority cf the play was on the Miners' end of pitch, after a quar- ter ot Ihe game: For tb'e'first twenty mjnntos or so the Miners put up some brilliant football, tie Frag- ments play to Jteep up their end. H looked for a time as if Ihe .Miners wfculd come away with tho lanrelE, hut Jock Anderson and Irish Kanb played their positions in front of. their goal inf-splcndld styla whenever the- occa- sion arose. I No Score In Pint JThirirjg the early part ot tho first half the Fragments got through rush at .the goal but the ball hll the-crots bar atlrt the opportunity was lost. first half ended with n'Sl a either sido and as soon second half opened the Miner? sh'pwed a spirit of comeback but soon Ib'e .Fragments'had them'playing oh tiie defensive which lasted practically the remainder of tbe period. Dunlop scored the only goal of the game on a pretty kick, during one of many rushes made during the last half. Billy Unning and Hammy Ijnniag. both took lots of shots goal but their aim was bad. Percy Irwin, played center forward in the first half of'iihs gams, was shifted to out- side left during second half, Billy Ijnsing moving to center. During nota.nl the second bait both Anderson and Kane played 'op' to the center inark. Improving Tha .verdict of the fans who nessed tie game was that He-Miners showed considerable improvement in form-and should not be disappointed at losibg th'e'game.'J Their' forward men, Lawe, who has transferred from the North: LetHbridga United, McGre- gor, Whitefie id, Fleming and Wllletts prodeeed some good examples of com- bination work and Slewart and Clarke, backs lor toe Miners, played Tell dur- ing the entire, game. The combination irork of the Frag- ments was good and si times some real classy -work was done. Next Taeaday promises to be a big day. It'is'lte first game ot the Scotl cup and a large crowd ia expected. A rope will ba in place to Ucep the spec- tators back from' the line. The plajere last night were: Miners Moore Stewart, Clarke, Campbell, Willclts. Smith Fxwe, McGregor. Whiieficld, Fleming, Linnias. Allan, Invic. Knoi. Dunu, Shaw, Tjinning. f Anderson, Kane, Melivena Fragments Vulcan Will Have Sports' Day Races.and BaseballBij; Attract Palmer Will Be (From Our Own CorreroonfleatJ June 10. Vnlcan as usual will celebate Dominion Day. An interesting list'of'sports' ing prepared, and a big day is Anti- cipated. These will include horse racing, bucking corftests, ball games, Ings of war, foot races and other events. The Vulcan band will be lu attendance throughout the afternoon in illeir brand new uniforms. Capt. .1. B. Palmer, D.C.M., ot Leth- bridge .will be present with an aero- plane.for passenger flights, ami he will also perform all the stunts and tricks known tp aviation. The committee in charge claim .Ihcy arc expecting and arranging to handle the biggest crowd ever seen in Vulcan at an event of this nature. RACE AGAIN POSTPONED BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. Snappy Cogwheel Kids; i CastJKalsomirie Over Black Diamonds, 8 teiO 'P.- NATIONAL'LEAGUE Won.. Lust. Uidpalh Pilches Second Shutout Game "of. Schedule, Gelling Sweet Uevcnge for Two I'rov- ilroonTyn St. Louis PiUsburg Jhicago New York Philadelphia. 30 23 ao 31 .556; .571 .535 .519 ious" Defeats "of Kotos at 'h? I'-iaycd if Practically Errorless Hall. iTambor, s-u Itohwer, Rlilpalh, p Rose, ss Giants Came From Behind NEW TOHK. Juao Uianlsj overcame an curly three-run'lead to- day and defeated PHtsbu'rg, o to 4. Score: R. 11. E. Piltsburg............... 4 9 I New -5 0 Co9iler, .and Schmidt; Barnes ani Sayder. Circus Citch for Phillies PHILADELPHIA, Juup gel's'oue-hand ju.niping catch or Four- ier's liner with two out and two on. bases saved the game for Philadelphia today, enabling the locals to break St. Louis' streak of seven straight victor- ies by a one to nothing score: Score: n. H. E. St. Louis 051 Philadelphia .1 i 0 Doak. North and Clenitus; Causey aud TragrcBSor. Brooklyn-Chicago, rioslpc-Eod, wet grounds. Boston-Cincinnati, rain. Bankers Rotarians Miners'V, C. C.'s. Those LEAGUE STAMPING. L. Pet.' 4, 2 .667 3 3 .500 3 3 1 3 took .500 revenge on the in Ihe Settlor schedule at Kckstorm 1'ark last night when, playing practically errorless bait b'thlnd Ridpath thry a fine coat of- whitewash on-Scrappy Uuirs aggregation: Tlie S-0. Inability to hit Cheese asscrtmeut Frallck, rf Mulholla'nd. r( Jackson, cf ii ro A f'u' .1' i r -i i 2 t i '0 1 1 0- 0 4 1 C 1 0 0 :0 4- S S 27 )0 Score by K. II. E. -Miners .'.000 COO S Rola'riuns ...-'..310 S 11 base hits, Hid-] path; struck out by flidpalh S. by bases on balls, oil HW- paih': I ylBys, HOBO to Mor-( balls, Iluff. .U left on ,i ..-i-.oi.vv bases. Miners f, earned' runs, RotarkiiuV lime qf (tame; 1. and 21 min. and for the Miners. They collectetia "total' of eight gimp, no two In b'r.e session in lite first, and then Zubach lost the effect ol his when ho was put-a- mile stealing, jn jtii inning -while Seaman dr'flw-the7ohiy' free-trarispor- tafcJcn of the game.. Uutf stole third, nnd Kcaman lo '.second bul 1HlliBg.: wjio. appeared for "the'rirsi llpjd in a; uuforra whiffed fur tije lliird: cut. .-iii'.ched-.-himself out of some Might corners in succeeding r.tnujaE a.nij tjii> hfthind him help-" liiuiiou.l, 'ether J tt s; 1 hey re Cleveland New York Chicago..... Boston...... St. Louis Washington Detroit...... Philadelphia 37 26 24 U9 16 AMERICAN LEAGUE S Zubndi iingled, went 17 sctonrl on rin out'and stole third 20 -Vj49' died in. ;md fiflh IIien llin'poutig mounds- __._______ '531 man. In the. sixth was in al Ctlimlk; singled.; Huff laid onojLEAGUE BEGINNING 4SO to Ho'A-bLT bill, RoF.6-.ilroppetli ,ondl This ivas tho Hole of tite gaine.'Thn iioxtHliree were easy outs. 6fiainan fiitrl lo Jackson held Cluimlk ut Hilling stood 23 27 2C 34 40 Keporls Pitcher and'Catcher Will Join Team Soon. Tn eTIr, Mp TO STIR UP MEfj'S Perhajts that, th crft a re' cffll. slij ris for you n g men. For man wanta to.he a 'iifan Vlicii Ii tom'es to Ihcsa The" striking palterns ijring out a good deal of color; not too1 much; enough to give tlie extra snap anrt youisg fellows 'want. Sec the .yalucs .tu oiir windows. Priced from up BERT KESTER'S MEN'S SHOP The Home of 20th Ceritiiry Ctothlrto. Hotel'Black" 'On the 'Park will be ilobled. and put lii shape when the commissioners get around to it. o MRS. FRANK AHEARN GOLF CHAMPION S Walter Johnson.. Loses When those Columbus Clubs reor- ganised ihe othi.T nTglit and decided tp "stick TVHh the baseball league. i vriinp Frauft of tlie Itoyal Ottawa Golf Club, with a score of SO. won the wo- men's golf championship of Quebec at tho' tournament today over the course of the Country Club at St. Lnni: bsrt. She went' ouf in 47 and came back defenllng her next com- 'jiptitor, JUss 'K. Robertson, Beacon- field, by one NEWPORT, Il.li June the tbird successirc day, weather condi- tions today forced postponement of the ninth race between the Resolute anoT Vanitle for the right to defend Uie America's cup against Shamrock tV neit month. Steven Ardey, aged 5S years, farmer llrlng south of Kipling. Sask., was trampled to death by a team of runaway horaca which he attempted to stop on Monday. Night Service WE ARE IN A POSITION TO GIVE YOU SATIS- FACTION FOR THE FOLLOWING WORK (HUNG AND GREASING WASHfNG CARS EMERGENCY CALLS: URE REPAIRS Our night man is at your Service any hour, Lethbridge Motors Ltd. ELEVENTH STREET SOUTH PHONE 1454 v v. I Uner off naceda's hat ami doubled Sljorft: M-, p'-! Choluck off'firfiV J. Seaman 0ut uj> .Wgll fou[ which In. ilevjeland q U .u. SBD'S caught a beautiful game, get- Johnson, Kachary I tJns'three himl fciil niea. The iMiners ISunanaahcr. g0t ORB 9th hut both to first, Thus epdcd IUdnatb'6 ot the s, Kh season, and the second pHcted in the Ttelrott won the second game] league. Slouo is 'credlled with the Anil when they the field pidi. their I'ejnvtnatcd team the fans arc likeiy to get the surprise of tbeir. young lives. j l-'roni what the Herald can gather, c O.. CJ.'S pro (g league at the Itnish. anrj they are rounding up a string of ball players who can de- Earl Thomson Canada Loses Wonderful Rep- v f rescnlatives Kusiniss and School 'Interfere. _., i i ujn 1-. tun niv n t't iiui i.an ,T the LONDON', June As- snciatcd com- petition at Westward llo, Devon, was won by George, Duncan, The first prize was and a gold medal. He agBrejjateil 231 fcr four rounds. AbB j other, having shut the; Miners, out, R. H. E.! also by S-0, injhc season's opener. 0 3 01 The Rotes madef eno'ugh In tbc flrst ninde the round en a hit of the series, 1 to.p. Score: Boston Detroit Jones and .Walters; Ayres and smith. Yanks Win Anain These two erred again in tbo second CHICAGO, June hilling! Inning, and Tarabor scored when Fra- by New York accompanied by a walk: lick singled. Only nine men facet! anii a wild pitch enabled the Yanks: Seaman in tlio next three innings..In to makf it three straight from Chi-; tbe sixth tbc. Holes goi.a man lo scc- errors by and -v Sang and S. livnr the goods. They' have four or [Mitchell was second wilh. 298; I. H. five men on [lie team who can play! Taylor, third, 301; James groat ball if they decide that they I waul to and if they get. with a win- ning combination. Green, liouHier, Johnny Livingston aiul Vase-, lenak are all' good men. So Is big Karl (iorrlll if ho will get out anil work a coupic of liuiidrert pounds oft. they have now. Hilline hui MIPV S' on the caeo. S lo Score: Xew York Chicago ond. .It waa in lucky seventh R. H. E.! that the Cos Wheel Kids rlptfneil.lnelrlr, 3 7 0' batting clotltes and dhUa 2 S act. Mulimllan'd" a'ti'tl Jackson i and Hannab; Kerr aatl were easy outs. Then Sang, Morrison Schalk. and Ttohwer sitiglctl In.. Kiiccssaton, St. Louis" Ninth Straight sending acruss. 'RMpath, wbo 'St: out the previous Ihrca ei! Philadelphia for eight innings'to- times up. decitied it was limo to-lean day then mixed a fielder's a wiid throw and a single for two runs ;and won, 4 to 3. the locals' ninth straight win. Score: n (I ,E Rhiladplphla........... 3' S 1 ,gl. Isciils 4. 13 I and Perkins; Davis and cteM. i Toronto-5-4, Ilaltlniore 3-11. Rochester 1-6. neadlHR 12-S. Jersey Clly-Bnffalo. postponed, rain. Syracuse-Akron, rain. RETREADING Get your next tire rclroiided by us. Vfd aro expert lire men. Also Experts In Sec-' ilorfal Work, Broken Beads, etc. We are here to give service, Spe. clal service to out-of-town orders. Express paid one Leth-c btitae't Leading j' t' Lcthbridgc Vnlcinizing Works BRANCH AT MACLEOD E. CHAPLIN, Lethbridpt. B. CHAPLIN, Macleod. PACIFIC COAST San Francisco 7, Sacramclto 1. Angeles 11. Sail 5. Porlland Veraori.6.1 Seallln 0, Oakland 1. Milwaukee 2. SI. Tanl S. J.rj'.ll.iVlllo 2-0. Tolpdo MS. JiulianaiJoHs f'ohtmiius. i Kansas 3, (II WESTERN At Saskatoon; Saskatoon 0. Wlnnl- At Tlegina: RrelnV12, Mon'sd At Calgary-Edmonton, rain. Two women and [Iroiv whon liinoiislnn plunged Into Hichellcu Canal, ucar Montreal., DELAHNY WINS TOURIST MOTORCYCLE RACE LONDON, June As- TORONTO, June bas lost Its outstanding athletiCTepreseri- iative for Ihe Olympic games. In h.' letter to -Mayor Church, today, Earl Thomson, a. Canadian student ol. Dartmouth-'College, recently broke tbe world's record, says that lie will not ba a candldafo for tho Olympic team for Thomson, besides pelng, a .world's record holder, is recognized out the Uniled States as the'king of hurdlers and something akin to n sprinter'wonder. He also puts the shot, aud hurls Ihe discus up to chain, plonship dislaace. The reason glvon for his nol over for Canada, is that his unj- refsily woric and his summer posilitjn will not permit ot it. on one. It wont tu right centre for three ami Morrison and "lUiliwer counted. singled, sending Cbeef.ejacro3s, hut Ounaworlh Tanned for the thlril out. TbeiKlds got ono arnuod in. Ilie eighth whea Tarabor; singled and scored. Milling's error' helped. They 'went (fbwn-.one-two- Ihreo iii'tbc uinlh. It vitie snappy oil the way through and if Ihe diamond had bocn In condi- tion tho score v.'ould have been less There was a pretty fair crowd out but the brand of ball deserves even bettor support. There should lie uOD fans out every game, There, hasn't liccn an game for win any time while Hid Holes look llfcc a bunch ktd professionals. Youtif; Gurdlo .Morrison 'on first is due to .follow hiK Dad's fpotstepB Into professional rnnks if lie'keeps it up. lie's plnyinc ball all tlie limo and no irraml sMurt stuff, 1IO rte'eds some sticking practice but so, do all the Htrtcs an'rl Minor.-. whore the Hankers liavt ii THE BOX SCORE 'Plugging the Holes x- AIKJ the Ilorald has it on tiie best authority that they will trot out a brand new third baseman, shortstop, pitcher nnd catcher In (ho near future. Everything is bsirtg kept-dark hi tho n, meantime, but watch tho C. C.'s whaa [th Ihe'reorganhallon Is ccmplete. There is just a hint that Warner and Baron.i p.re to tlie infield posi- tions while the new h.Ulery Is said lo be the class ol Ihe league. Here's Hoping It's right. The, lea- gue doesn't in tiic way of. paying players, hut lt.l> .quite ivi iiiisfiible lo bring (hem in if jobs for them tan be fpund-.hbrc-and-lliey will ijdd to the fun df'tnc BatoballV.Stlll Primier ill is :yetr in j] ge. and out of going team that will be' contenders j for tlie provincial championship, there Is Vim-h cf coruing up In the RaUii-tanr whllo Ihe Miner? wnrkiiix building up a team sociated Press.) i The motorcycle senior tourist trophy race yesterday won by T. C. Delahny, v.'hc avc.r- aged 52 iniles an ho.ur. New York Suu cable .says H- Grjn- dctl Matthav.-s, British wireless tele- vhone expert.' experiments iilibtdjraphlng1 Miner.i1- Xnhailf. -SH OliuihlS.' Mtiff, K S, Ssamau, Hilling. "Kolch.-'l! Choluck. rf If II TO A K u" 0 1 jr. 0 0 0 9 J. Seaman, n 4 0 I :r 0 0 US '.1 K class of the Icagui) so far. They ara oils In hitting :lhd iirctty fair field- ers, while iliclr pitching is average. Tho Icajtue runs until thn end of July which is plenty of time tor tyiy team to TOIL Tiie fans arc biigiiinlng lo nil up aud lake notice. Them is lot-f of fun ut all the gawps. Tboy being started -.vcill ou time, .and llioy.are bt'lng veil nuipirefj. The are with, a profCiSsionoI dash Iri most garaes and that's wjiat lire like.' DatclMil sllll (ho premier Sport in and bcfuro tho eu'ij o[ ihe Vca.con the slsntls will be filled evx'ry aessicii. Attcr Ihe end of the cily loaguu it jj ibc intcnlion of IHoJc-agim-tc) pick nil lo play all iho towns.In the dlslricl Find Uicn go n'lcr the provincial cham- pionship. ik'rc'H where Ihe fans should turn cut to every giniie al both Lckilorm aud Adams and Collars. You'll Like Some men nrc fussy about the cut nnd B3t of their collars, the .pattern anil fit ot their shirts, the "ft-cl" of undergarn'.cnl'i, etc. To all those particular :nicy at Uil.nloro" yon w-l find yoii like.' men cart and'tcncv.v whn't they SHOP OP'PASHIOM. (.'IIAFT-CL.OTUE3 10- ;