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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 22. 1930 IHE BRINGING UP FATHER By Eating Here in the Hot Weather is Pleasant Bring some- times, men, and give your wife a rest. _ u THE SILVER GRILL N. H. MURRAY, MANAGER Corner Fourth Ave. and Fifth St BANKERS TAKE BIG i GRASP ON THE FIRST i POSITION; LOSE BASEBALL Major Results and League Standings. Baseball Review Cleveland Americans and orld I Champs Appear Able, to Maintain Lend. C. C.'s Scori Columbus, Club; Trot Oul Sev-'j a ta scc. eral New and Good Players Ond and wrist goi sate on But Hitting Bankers Was of -Wrung- Too ling. LEAGUE STANDING Won. Lost, Hotarians 3 Miners 3 C. C.'s 3 3' 4 Pet. .714 .SCO ,5GO .200 In alleged bascuall game the Hankers 'defeated -the rejuvenated Columbus Club team bj score ot ulnelecn to eleven a> Adams Park last night The Bankers were credit- ed vilh thirteen liils for Ihcir nine- teen runs and the C C s KOt eleven hits.- Tiie largest crowd ot i'ue sea- son turned out lo see this exhibition. There is not the slightest doubt but that the Coiumbus Club has gathered a bunch of ball player tbat.TjlJl. after_ more practice together, malse a. good. team In Bt-rso Wrist all choice. The next three men were not productive, and lhat half ended with- cut The Bankers went gut with Iwo men on bases and in the first ol Ibe third Ihe C. C.'s made Iheir first scores. They.sot three runs. Buriis, Uerge arid Wrist crossed the plate OH two bits, made by Bums and Snqw. The last of the, fourth produced four runs tor the Bankers. Tommy Evans hit a three-Backer lo right, scaring Kurlong, Schweitzer and Fair. Evans bot home on a pass ball. The Bankers did not score again until Iho siith when three more were added tc their already large score. Slone, Evans and O'Connor all crossed the plate in 'that session. Thomas was the onlj man credited with a hit.' Schweitzer and Fair put choice, ant Stone got safe by an error. OTonnor team In Bt-rs new plovers tnis lean1 has. .secured' three eood men aijd in Tuttland, as i pitcher thcv have a vcune man who give them good with de- cent support got on by a .walk. 'Bankers-- Get Eight In the Eeve'lith Innings twelve meu iaced ;5lsers and ..eight-, runs, resulted Schweitzer. Fair, Slono, Bvaus, O'Cpr Fu'rlpng Slono got two runs that NATIONAL LEAGUE Woii Lust MncmnaU 30 22 Jrooklyn -S Chicago 29 23 SI. Louis 'itlsburs 1'ct. .577 Dosibn Yori Philadelphia 211 ;IO 31 Phlllles-Trlm Leaders PlllLADELPHiA, June delphia defeated Cincinnati, C to' 1, In Ihc opening game of Iho perles to- ilay. Suusatianal ilcldtns held down the locals' nins. XBW June ability ot the Cincinnati Nationals and the Cleveland Americans m maintain a winning against tbe easterr teams in the-preseot inter-sectiona! has enabled them to retain the of their leagues. Each dls posed of its-chief rival, tbe :m Brooklyn Nationals and New York -4M Americans respectively lasl week Rain interfered, with the schedule c both league-leaders. t The Brooklyn National pHchcrshav been unable lo check If.o woEten visitors, losing the fcries to Clacin nati, SI. Louis anrl'Chirago. St. Louis spectacular which 'started he locals nins. the west, met vdtli a surprising inter Score: i- R i ruiition in Philadelphia th Cincinnati............. L Quakers won ttirfe of four Dol Philadelphia o J Chicago and Iwve rccove onrt tt'iririOn AllPTll HI5.P1> ..v _ lleulhcr and Ilariden, Allen; Hlxey and .Wheat lAll others postponed, ralnO AMERICAN LEAGUE Lost Pel. Cleveland New York Chicago Boston a twO-sacker .to centre; walks to and a fielder's choice.also added baits from Vmer Hc t Ihe netted bomclplafe three time and was cred- seventh helpi ,ted with two hits pile up five runs, only-one tadge bos a member of the P anij' Uiat.was' after goms behind theba In Ibe e, a ceutreT second innings Bha.ed dearly lhat g farce Myers. Turcotte and ue is a super'or catcher- He is as las( as lightning but his thrpwing arm was not in the be t of condition. Myers Is a C P R. fireman and pitch- ed part of last nights game. He is known (6 some local fans as an inler- mediate pitcher Last HiRht ho. pro- good and should prove an Detroit Philadelphia i37 2S 2C' in1 10. ia 21 25 25 25 26 3G 42 .523 cd from th'eir losing siuraps. The- Cubs whrj their lift straight gamei. yesterd-iy havo hope of -getting back, jnfo the, leauersbi scramble bifpre west thi week. New i'9rk appears to hQ heai lor last Giant pitcl era .arei .not' much fiu cess while Philadejpbia now has fair effective bitting and pitcbin iu the Arrtericaif.league rjicvelan was defeated yesterday by.. Bosto whvsc pitchers lo Kcbriii-.; bhtilcK week OBLEFORD WINS FROM BARONS, 5-2 NOBLBF05UV June' inter- ting ball gams vrjs played in.Noble- rd last tvening between Barons and obletord resulting In score.of 52 i favor of NobMord. A goid class ot all was put up. but apparently Barons as outclassed from- the beginning, elng shut "out without a run until inning when they were able 0 bring in two runs on 'errors Prendergast pitching for as there in hi3 old form. nuttPug icni o'own In' one, iwo.lhree order. VlcCinnis.and Fanning of Carmangay kvere.pHching for Barons. The game was played before a-larse rowd, estimated to be about 300 S4tJrda> night Xobleford plass tVe Lcthbridge. rciurnlug .tho inning gaifie in Nouletoixl a short timo ago with the Miners. PLAYS GOLF OVER 17 HOURS Saskatoon Enthusiast Slakes 925 Strokes for 167 Holes. GET THE CAP HABIT vou Jiaso 11 H's a good habit to aotulre; .iiracllcal; econ- omical Vouil find it an easy habit lo get if you step in to jsce these! caps. They are lino for sports ftnd knock about racaUoii wear. Distluctlvo yal- tems, QUHO sijllsh g Priced from up BERT KESTER'S MEN'S SHOP The Home of 20th Century Ctothlnj 1 Alexandra Hotel Block et to tho tsam Snow. Myers, Turcotte Hudson scored. In the following in- nings, four hils netted them' three runs. Myers a three-sacker lo leii, yaBclenak got-a two base.hit to right and .both .Wrist and Berge con- singles. Berge, Wrist and VascIehali'scWcd. The ganve: was called alter the Co- Of the 1 0 Taber .uUorm their Xerljns In Lothbridse and last night I bad plenty 'of stuff on his ball. Is Handicappsd Tuflland is handicappea with .1 bad leg au'd did not show lo good advaii- j 2b. iiige when placed on third and when nurns, l.f. lie woo'shifted lo left field he. was j lucky riot to have any work to do he- v'ause ot.his inabilily lo run as easily the other players. As a pitcher this, handicap is1 net as' effective. :The-Colunibui Club supporters were out (n full force last night and gave 'evidence of considerable dissatiafac- iibn concerning, the arbitrators. The Bankers' supporters acted in ii like niajiner- but Ojvere- not .quite out- There nai some ia'lk of lesling tbe same, particularly when Burns put ii lotis drive to 'righi field, which the urnps called a tout. TuC C. C.'s took the first -when four men faced Furlone without any reaiills fho Rinlers proceeded (p get four mna ott Tuftland in their i0 half. Harvey Schweitzer drew a walk. 'r' BOX SCORE Cslumbus Club A.B. n. H. P.O. A. E Indians In 12th June Cleveland retained first place defeating Boston, 3 to 2, In 12 uiaings.. Score: Boston 2 Cleveland 3 ,11 2 Harper and Waiters; .Uhle, Morton and O'Neill. (All others postponed, rain.) AMERIC AN Enow, jb. ..i. Berg. S.5- Vaselenak, 2b..... llyern, p'. Turcotte.' c.f. reen, Hudson, r.f.' Tnttland, p., l.f., 3b. 2 1 It Totals 6> 3 43.11 11 21 Bankers A.B. E, H. P.O. A. B. Schweitzer, l.f- Fair, c.f. 'llendrlcks, 2b. Stone. ,3.3. Bvana. rf. 4 3 O'Connor, c. half. Harvey Schweitzer drew a second third and Mmc in .Vaselcnafc marie a irtlfl throw on a drive from Stone. Evnns drew a wait and O'Connor whacked out ;i three base hit to ile.up left, scoring and Evans. O'Connor gc't home od A wild throw Kiirlong. p. Totals 1 0 1 1 0 0 3 0 2 0 1 14 C 3 2 2 3 4 Kansas City 6, St. Paul 0. 0, llirineapplia 5. Indianapolis 0, Toledo a. Columbus-Louisville; rain. INTERNATIONAL Akron 3, Baltiniora 6. (All others postponed, rain.) WESTERNCANADA At Calgary: Edmonton 8-6. Calgary 11-1. Al Hegina: Moose Jaw 2; Regma 6 At Saskatoon: Winnipeg 3, Saska loon 1. Browns had won td'straight victories through splendid batting'.. Chicago has been-able-to maintain nly an even pace arid apparently has tile chance of fight for rst plsco for Fcmejtiihe.'illigh scores being made" otfSHhe Washington wlrlers, but the Senators managed to utbat Detroit yestcf'ilay. The Tigers lade their best weekly eek. PhiladelnhiaVlost its 13th Lraight game r tying the resent major leagde .season record el by Detroit. DOMINION ARRANG'ta) AT.TABER (From Our Own CorrespondeTit) June E. Rose wh ecenlly purchased an oil lease In th outheast of the province, lias ed an offer at a consjderable1 advanc on the original Mrs. Geo. Dimitri Mas'received wor of the death of her father, resident I Montreal. A meeting of the committee on the Dominion Day sports was held this evening In tbe Vets' hail, and a pro- gram arranged. C. D. assistant at the freight shed's bas been transferred to and left oh Jhe. noon train for that point. Chas. Ramsay, the Iiethbridge foot- ball Iraluer was in {own .tpdight re- newing old acquaintances' SASKATOON, June Ii. Turn- er, district accountant ol the Soldiers' bctllemcnt Board, and one of tho Sas Katocra golfers sel vhat is belieied tp be a new world s rcco-d for a daj 6 wbcn he made 167 holes over Hie local course jeslerdav." Turner slhrtoiV al aim. and finished "of p.m., nearly hours' play, He averaged 39Vi.slrokes-per round; while his1 ccleclic score gives' lilui a ound in.19. All told he Irokes and it is estimated 'that he about 40 miles. The city course measures yards from hole 2very- used and'- signet score cards turned, in by players ac companying him, Turner saw active service with the Twenty-eighth battalion and at Ihe Unie of his discharge was regimenta sergeant-major with the Canadian Bin mrkation Corps at-Havre. CLAY COURT TENNIS CHAMPIONS ON On the Corner maamasaamuiiu Sensational Golf Gome American' to Defeat. Puts ,41 15 13 24 S '81 Home-grown strawberries were sold in [Jranttord at 50 lo 35 cents. British Lawn ..Tennis Tourna. ment Opens .-After Heavy .......Rains. SMOKING TOBACCO DETROIT, Mich., June pants from every section of the'coun- try: are here lo inaugurate opening court lennls tournament for women's singles and doubles championships' here this at- Browne, Pacific coast alar, cancelled .her entry sbnrtly he-, fore the tinting that it would .bo impossible for her to reach, here In time for the matches, leaving' Miss Corinne Oould of St. Louis and Miss Marion Ziiidcrsteln of Boston fav- orites. MUIRFIBLD, Scotland .June 22 having had tho British amatear golf championship laurels all but with in his grasp, Robert A Gardner of Chicago, today went down to defeat when he lost In the finals to Cwil Tolle> al thr bjford unlveraitj team itter n hard fought sensational match which was all square at the thirty sixth hole tne plii ing of an extra hole.. The match was a-batlle'-royaV from cud-of the Hrst round Gardner-was two up and bade fair lo fulfil the .predictions of ex- peris thai ho would .caplure the cham- pionship. In the second round, however. To! Fullj SOOO witnessed the- match. Walter Ha'gen aiid Jlin Barnes, the profess.ipuals, -who yes- lerda> defeated two English profco Eionals in a golf match at Englan'd.'travellcd all night to be prei- ent Tolloy is H. scars and thic was the first time he had reached o championship Is powerfully buiit, hits a long ball and plated throughout Ihe scries the great- :Gardner.was accurate with his long approach -pulls but.failcd ?ad- ly; wilh seme of the short-ones. Ho- led ar the end'of therJIrst round, bul the turning point came at ibo tifth sixth holes, ot Ihc.second.half; botii of. which ho threw, green. He thereby lost tbe lead ind for ;i lernoon. Miss Mary Play began th'is mornlns in the llrlt- ish lawn tennis IcurnamciH in' which tbero are lS8 entrants, Including the loading players of Ibe British Isles, France, United States and'South 'Africa.. The opening look plane after '15 hours ol steady rain, tlie turf withstood the soaking excellently. The grandstand courts, where Ihe feature matches will be played, were'Stretched for Ibeir. pro- tection. In the opening round this morning, .t. M. Flavellc, the .well-known Eng- lish veteran, was 'le'catcd by Wm. .M. Jobnp.lon.of San Ihe Unit- prl states singles champion. R. Nor-1 rls Williams, of Hoston, United Slates champion In 19H nnd 1S16, Jelealcd X. Field, an English provincial player. 0. G. Tiirnbull, England, opened finely asainsl Oarlanti of the United States, but thn latter finally won 6_s. William T, Til- I den of Philadelphia, this afternoon, 1 defeated P. of linglnnd, 5-1. Night Service ARE IN 'A.POrSITION. TO YOU UNQUALIFIED SATIS- FACTJON FOR'THE FOLLOWING WORK OILING AND GREASING EMERGENCY CALLS WASHING CARS TiRE REPAIRS Our night man is at your sevvico any hour. Lethbridge Motors Ltd, ELEVENTH STREET SOUTH PHON6 1454 ils pppbnenl with only four to play. Hifb Pitch Gardner fough.t aniids: intense excitement.'on the part of spectators made It all-square at the thirty-sixth, lose the 'extra bole. I'nblio interest- In the match was at tho highe'st pitch. TBij'was the second'match In the history of the championships that ah American' had reached Hie finals.. Not since Waller J. Travis beat Edward Black-well fo- tho champlouahlp in 1304 had'a'Tan- ked got so tar, as Caraner. clesnlle "re- pealed invasions -from across the water. 'ew holes seemed 16 his neno. Out the card became three down with four to go he plnjed with nevrcd determination. Loser Gets Ovation Having.'a.temporary relapso in putling, Tolley wis brought back lo denntc one, and lost'tho home hole. Where he.was .first in the rushes aiid then in a.bunker. Gardner put ii'3 tee shot to the jhirlyrseventh on the pin, but Tolley played a birdie only four yards short of "Ibe-hole and got the pull after Oar'dHer bad lald''liia second a yard from Ihe pin. Gardner thus had ft par three, .but Tolley won the hole In two'and took the match. The loser received almost as great' an ovation as the Winner. ,1. Griffith, pastor-o( Orono Methodist Church, has accepted, It is undcrrttocd. the. Rppointmcnl R5 Prin- cipal ol Sltih'alead Jleihodlst Collcgu, Quebec. He is a soii-ln-lasv of Chan ccllor Vitwfh Unlrcrsily. RETREADING Get your next tire retreadcd us. Wt aje espart tire men. We Are Also Experts in slonal Work, Broken Oeada, etc, We are here to givi service. Spc- clal tsrvlcs to out-of-town orders. Express psld one way, Lelh- brldne't lethbridge J Vulcanising'Works PHONE 1684 E. CHAPLIN, Uthbrldge. LETHBR1DQE BRANCH AT MACLEOD 712 3rd AVE. S. CHAPLIN, Maeleod. Test the Texture of our 'ilgh class iinilc'twear for men. Note Iho closely woven tlio perlcct slrong holra, Ihe well 'scwert o'n bulfons." Note Hie generous proportions, too. No skimping, but nu bulglns. ellher in and look over the showing, and while'her.-! don't fail lo Include In your IdoWiig our other scaaonalilc fu- ll ivh Ings. LOUIS KEEL SHOP OF I'AHIIION AND TUB ri.OUSllElM SHOE OLIVER BLOCK ;