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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX I'HR LETHBIUnUE DAILY MONDAY, JUNE 1920 BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus Eating Here in the Hot Weather is Pleasant Bring the family some- jirnes, men, and give your wife a' rest.-'-: THE SILVER GRILL N. H. MURRAY, MANAGER Corner Fourth Ave. and Filth St. Scott Cup Gets Started Tuesday; N. L and Callies Fragments Will Have to Fight Hard to Keep Cup for Another Will Not Play Until Next Monday When They .Meet Winners of Tues- daj's Game. McCUUCKIE BENEFIT MATCH Saint George's Football team threw their hat into the ring for a benefit match for the above named. N'bat does the league say now? How about two picked teams from tie city league? BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. NATIONAL LEAGUE Columbus Club to Have New Team in Field For Tonight Jlejuvenated Club Will Meet the Cincinnati Brooklyn -'S Chicago.......... 20 I SI. Louis.......... 29 Pillsburg 24 Boston if........ -1 New York 21 Philadelphia...... -2 21 25 3D .515 .417 .Hi .115 v SATURDAY GAMES saner a Jirsloueis on Tuesday aighj when the Xorth. Lethbridge United stack up -against Ihe Callies, Ori Thursday night Ihe Miners anil Saint George teams inctl at Adams Park. Fragments', the 'present holders of the Scott Cup wiil.not be seen in ac- tion until a weefc from today when ihpy of .Toes- clay night's game. The Fragments are not letting- any grass grow under their feet In.the matter of silting into shape for thii contest.. Tho classes for phvsicsi jcrkS. are, being beld re- gularli and are being atlecded by all the player's. r 11 bo admitted that the .Frag- did- not agaf Pittsburgh.......... Xew York Adams and Schmidt; to show the way tcUbejbase stcalers.l Smith. 1 0 7 Nchf, Toncy his 22 thefts rcmaluine high. Othtf leading batters are: I Chicago I Brooklyu Hendriz. Boston. .340: judge, Wash ington, .34S; Rulh, Xevr York, .344; Brans, Cleveland, .343; Jacobson, St. Louis, nnd t'elscn, Chicago, 335. In There was 1 change ,among tbc leaders it tho Natldn'al Lcsgue'durtng the past week. Roger Hornsby of St. Louis added a to his aver- age, as did Nicholson of :-PIUs'burg who became to the, St. Louis star, disolaclng Dauierl of Gin- hold iVio Scott Cup for another year. Tha chief, faulf with" the Fragments in 'game', 'referred" ;to was their, poor isho'oting'' but In "tap _ mat (erf of in nddiffon to .leading .the. batters; fhas'. registered times, his nearest i' !V competitor Slock, a .tea'mmatj. N.L.U. in It and Chicago, who are tied, The North Leihb'ridge United have each having sec-red 35 runs. to be considered in .the. coulest-this Cy Williams of Philadelphia failed The team has been'doing some to-increase his string of home runs Chicago splendid work on the- pitch since' they Iral is holding his own with seven t Brooklyn Alciauder'and OTarrell; llammaux 3 S 0 2 t WIriso; Fillingim and 10 16 0 Jacobs, North and Dllhoefcr; Mea- dows and Tragrcssor. Second Lirals......'...... 1 11 1 Philadelphia.......... 5 S 0 Sherd ell anil Ring and Ccwdy. St. Louis THIS WEEK IN SPORT.S IN LEThBRIDGE ff ,j .j, Mo'nday BASEBALL--Banker; VE Columbus Club BI Adams Park. 6.30 p.m. Tuesday FOOTBALL Xorlh LctbbridEC United vs .Cajlies: first Scott Cuii at Adams Park. p.m. vs U-jr.kers at Kckstorm' C.30 p.m. Wednesday DASBBALL-4MUiers Itotarians, In term C'll .at Adams Park, 6.30 p.m. J Thursday FOOTBALL vs Saint George; Scott'Cup, game, at Adams Park, 0.50 vs Bankers, InleniiediatnE, at KckEtorai Park, 6.30 p.m. Friday ___ us vs Colum bus Club al AdaniS-l'ark, p.m. Snilth Cleaiuns; 0. SUNDAY GAMES Giants S'BVV YOHK, June York defeated Pittsbursh .today ._S ,0, 'u' New York g 9.' 1 Hamilton and Schmidt; Douglas and Smith, Snyder.' Cubs Are Wiri'nera BROOKLYN, Jiihe de- feated Brooklyn1 4 to 2 In the last game of Ihe series1 here today. Score: Bankers in Opening Game of Game for Them Since Team Dropped Out Last at Adams Park. Tho, rejuveriatcd Coluiubus Club team will be seen in. action tonight. Speculation has net been rife concern- Ing this team, the fans and other learns in the rlly league nro waiting to see '.vlict tonight .brings H will be remembered that one week ;o tonight a meeting of the Colum- bus Club learn was held aOvhich It was'.decided to drop pul of the senior league. Announcement lo this effect was -made ..last Tuesday and at tho 'meeting of the .executive of the .city league In The "Herald office on Thurs day night tho team applied to be ad- mitted to Ihe Irajuc again and con- tinue with the same schedule and uer inter- esting game was plsyed'at 'Coalhurst Fire Eaters and the Coalhurst ieauuwiih n good bunch of lively fans in attendance from both sides.. Xoble. tbe C'oaldale pitcher did not turn up on acccfint of geUing stuck in. the mud antl 'was therefore preventc.1 from reactting tho scene of baltle. .substitute, pitched a good game' wllh O'Coauor, catcher, while good support was given by the fielders specially Clime 2nd. Smith 1st. Hrcen to be trans- planted from right centre fielil after mating two'errors, Lund c-i- changlng with him. Everybody batted good, even Pat McCanri making a gool hit. results of same were as follows '_ Coaldafe AB R H B Clime, 2-b..........-51 2 O'Connor, c....., 522 I ciiltrc of the city league is to foster jcardston iMSeiisll in thte-city nnd JlipJ-' i.Jncun imrbduciicn .0' scmi-proi'.hall Into; the, j i-b; cf; F. Stcl- league 'will he deeply" regretted and j0y, r't; objected to by'all concerned. Cardter. Iff Evcrj- one hopes that the Columbus Clnb tonigbt will trot but a. first class baseball teatn a .learn th'a.t will 'put the Hankers on llieir" mottle. '.Three of tlio teams of the Rotarians. Miners and Hankers have been put- ting up some splendid baseball, when conditions have been favorable bill the internal friction on tbc oldVCoIumbus Club team caused 'them to fall down on a number of occasions. It Is to he' hoped that Burns galher a bunch of players who make the other teams step. Barrns; sub. Long, S-h; 'Loadbeltcr. K. MtKea; K. Long, c; 10 Smilh, 1-b Hcndrlcks, p' Davis, ss Lund, 5 Biggs, 3-b.......... 5 i Green, cf...........5 o 3 OJMcCaan. If I J 1 1 Coveleskie. Washington Cleveland......... Krlchaoii and Oharrity; N'iehaus ant) Nunainaker. SUNDAY GAMES White Sox Batted Hard baited j McDonald. I-'o Perry hard today and defeated Phila- delphia 7 lo 5 in the first game of Ibo Coalhurst Thomas, "-b .J5 10 11. 4 AB RUB 1 0 1 series. Score; Philadelphia Chicago Stone, c McWitliams, l'-b 5 MeLcocI, cf' Furlong, p 1 Crouds, If Williams and Schalk; Perry, Kcefo Cunning. r[ anfi Perkins. Kieth. ss Detroit Loses Anolhcr DETKOIT, June' won tire opening game o.f the series I -2 Big Crowd of Beazer Games Coming Up. (Special Correspondence.) CAHDSTON. June Playing be- fore a crowd of close to three hundred Xeil.'cf: Held, rf; Malkin, If; It. Long, 3-b; Beazer, p. NOTES; Bolh teams., Displayed plenty of snap and speed. r' The boys, coiisiderinE It was-their first game, were uol able to do.very much real-playing, .but they had .an opportunity to llinbcr-up. Everyone .a severe attack of the regular mid-season base- hall fever. Judging by the gale receipts, it is evident ia going lo be well .Eupported.. this summer ICarcUlon. Both pitchers' showed excellent I form, although Itussell wss rather nn- steady in the second Inning. j Tlie Colts gave-.a. good accoiint of I lliemselves with tho.willoff. They .are in Tine condition, and if they can keep up the form displayed last evening they should have, no trouble in annex; ing the provincial championsliip.. The local team looks to be twice ias strong as last year. Besides Ihe i j old-timers who flgurc.d on Ihe linetip ...ees uei ]ast 5ea50ni llje stronglh of the team has been added ,to by a number of new recruits. The team is practicing three times a week, and far.a interest- ed in 'the national pasllnio are due to see line exhibitions this summer. Coming Games Cardston plays at Coaldale nest ENGLISH TENNIS v LONTWX, .June M. Johns'lon 'cf San Francisco, singled lennls'cliampion of. tho United defeated. William ;T. Tilden Phila- delphia by a score of in tbe finals ot the.lxmdon Jawn lennia championship touhiament today.; K.'.W. Blackwell, vice-president cf the Canadian Sleet.''Foundries, aud' vice-president of Bank, Is dead al Montreal.' tf CALLIES' LINEUP" fans, the Caritston Colts won the flrat here from Detroit 'in ;i five-inning second place with au average of .392, MICHEL HEATS TEHME Joe 'Jackson, tbe hard-hitting out fielder with Chicago, Is third with Sister's" remarkable baiting slrcak came inlo bloom a week ago. Slsler o'onnecied for 18 nils In fereu He has a total of 85 safe blows for "61 gsmer.. Wifn--lh6, season a Inlr'd'finished VBabe1' Huth.'champlori home run hit- FOOTBALL TEAM BY ONE TO NOTHING U-Yom Our Own Corrpppondcnli .MIC11KL, P. C.. June afternoon a', four o'clock l-Yrtik> arnl .Mfcliel lined up for their league samn whlcli Mlcbc'l to win I" .slay in the running. Klrft half Kornlc kicltcd tcr, seerai certain of eslabltshing the wind, notwlthfian-llni new he 1.4 only 10 behind ijjicliol after a clever the mark, of 29 tie aet last- season, reiitro. Tlio second half Michtl Jtuth drovo oul his 15th circuit .-mash1 iirctty combination pby .which tiurlus (he second same of tlie' Chi-1 pave them several gocwl shots al tiic rajo-NeW York series. ITo Is far j Kerntc jjonl, but ttio riirwllne poor of his 1315 performance, when i and Ihe gamo ended 1-0 In favor of he alUSried his ISlh'home run on Ac- gust IS. Speaker Is leading Ruth by one as run haying reglstercfl 61 nicc'df Washlnslpn coallauea Michel. El-Mayor Vvm, Kiiioit, pubiiihcr of The Mitchell Recorder dropped dead at a Masonic Lodge meeting. gamo, to Tbe game was called i Coalharat account of rain in the sisth. Score: I 0 II 1 Dc-troif... 10 'S Shaiv and OJiarrily: Leonard, Old- bam. Okrie and Stanagc. St. Loui; Loses at Last KT. LOVlSj June; York de- feated St. Louis' 4'to 3 Ihus breaking tlie locals' winning streak ot 10 straight games, Score: 4 S 0 3 12 0 1 Cjuiuii ami Hannah; Sbocker, Davlj ami Ki'.vc-rcid. I Oo Down i June ini; a live run learl lloslcn drteatod I Cli.'voland in Ihe firm game of the 10 lo Score: 10 IS 3! 1 lo 0' Xarr. llusscll ar.d War: "TS: Iiiigbj', .Myers, Morton niiJ O'.Xeill. PACIFIC COAST SUNDAY GAMES VeniOri l.-i, rorllfiiiii 3-2. Oakland 8-0, Hcallle 12-3. Hacraintiilo 15. l''nincl.-co 41. Score by Conldalc 47 game of tbe season witli fipring Coulco to Ibo tune of g to 1. The choicest, or it is juiciest, collec- tion of errors in nearly all of Ihe runn. In fact" when tbc Colls mado five runs in the second stanza on a I galaxy cf errors, the sun bid Its face in shame. Ouuiile o'.thls one inning tho gaoie was very close. I3el Bcazcr dli) 111.'! chucking for Iho Wednesday ,23rd, and the return gfimc will be played in Cardston about 'July 7lh. Cantston al Spring Coulee on July 1st, at Jl a.m. and In Iho afternoon The .Callies' team for 'Ihe with North Lelhbrldge Tuesday night jvlll -from the ..following; Jnckson, ISatemari, Pink. DOUB- las, Campbell, Mcllycna, Mu- .t'arlane, Wilson, Wecdon, 'Owens, Knight. 410 FIFTH STREET .010 021 r.il.l 030 100 1 homo talent, striking out ten men. while Russell fjr tbe Coulee struck out seven. j The visitor's lone tally camo in thes spasm through a bobblo by: on on easy fir, jmd ail easy! hit in Ucid who {oizltfrl1 II long enough (Viral game called end ninth, time' Carter to cross, the counting limit.) station. Salt l.ake'ii-i, Los AngBlcs 12-3. ol'the two j doublo steals; tha liclding otsherma.n, the Coulee left lielJer; two double INTERNATIONAL SUNDAY GAMES Buffalo 2-4, Jersey Oily 6-5. Akron 14-15. Syracuse 0-4. Toronto 3, Baltimore 2. Rochester 9, Heading 1. SUNDAY GAMES Kansas City 1, f.oulsvlllr. 8-S, Toledo 4-4. MHwiiukCB-S-10, Rt. '.Paul 1-5. Columbus-Indianapolis, two games postponed, vain, SATURDAY At Calgary: Edmonton 6-3, Calgary C-7. At Saskatotia; Winnipeg Saska toon 6. Al Itegina: Moosa Jaw 8-0, Hcglni Mculerlha FT COLLARS Some Classy Neckwear Is the general 'verdict in regard to our latest showing of fine four-in-hands and other lies. Tako a look at them., and you'll sco class in every delail. Stn the latest collar stj-lfr, loo. Style to tho last notch, but wllh comforl, too. To wear our furnishings Is a, sign of being "In the know." LOUIS KEEL OF FASHION AND THE KUOItSHSiX! SHOE OLIVER BLOCK FIFTH ST, ;