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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX BRINGING UP FATHER By G' McManus IVE 6OT A.TRO vAvi IK oOMf, PLACE'S I'O ONUX r Eating Here in the Hot Weather is Pleasant Bring the family some- tiraes, men, and give your wife a rest. THE SILVER GRIll N. H. MURRAY, MANAGER Corner Fourth Avc. arid Fifth St. BASEBALL: Miners 13; Bankers ---11 FOOTBALL: North Lethbridge 2; Callies 0 i Seaman's Homer .in Ninth Miners 4 .0 V 6 1 i Bankers Lose Tough Through Errors nt Ciiine ..Behind taking Lead Times Before Grandstand Finish. o- Game i continual rouuJ of pleasure. The i BausVrs were blanked in their hall r'm'fl'iof'tbe jfoti, but tbo Miners pushed From'olio across in the seventh when Fur- bad ou off night at Bhcrt i fouled one. This tied up the score. LEAGUE STANDING L. Pet. Bankers..... 53 .625 Miners........ -571 Miriam........ 3 3 .500 C. G.'i 1 4 .200 NEXT vs C. 26th at Adams Park, 6.46 sharp. Bankers loal a tough game, and In i ciucntally Iholr lead in the city -hull league was reduced lo half a game last liight at Eel-storm Park when tbo Miners came from behind in the', most e.xciling swatfcst of the schedule, win- ning out in the ninth inning after two wen bad safely been disposed of. Tho score T but the Bankers boot- ed it away in the last four frames. For fife innings they bold.lho Coal Dig ge.s runless. anil' plled: up. so Ibal If loolted Tbd cronrt'waa pulling for the Jlfners lo nln however io order (6 cut flown Ibfi lead of the league leaders, and the bois frolu the Xorlb Side surely pro duced at tJie opportune moment. Orvjllo Stone lock the mounJ for the Bankers nnd for flvfs, innings h hod eveo'lhlnf. The Miners .scratch Cil h bit In tho lirst, Chunick poled, a double In Ihe third, and they were set down handily In the remainder "ot the five frames, wSth the exception of the fourth when a bit baiter _and two walks )iut Stone In diffiiiultleE: How- ever. O'Connor his baUcrymnle help- ed him out by cullins S. Seaman off ateilmg and he struck out Kotcn for the third man. Lp lo this time the Hankers.had got two the second on Evans' triple O'Connor double with a passed ball at third.' fiMirlh in Tho Bankers eflme up for their bull of the serSJih'and put the game on ice again by getting ilrree across on three bits, one n triple by Hcndricks sending two over, and himself scoring on a wild throw by short. Then the Miners came up in their lali of tbe eighth and sent over four more makiug Ib6 ec-ore 0-S. Kurlong nnde a bad muff of J. Seaman's skier on wtucb be.'should have doubled Ku bach lit third, cutting the Miners down vitho'ut anything in Ihe shape of runs Two bits followed the muff and -the !our nihs were across.V But tbe Banters c-sine back in Iholr halt of the, eighth. Ibwo. across, jniaking Ihjs sccro four ills" ill succession" to'the accompani- ment of ihe throo steals. That should nave been enough for that game bat tho Minors had the winning fever so they nut across four in the ninth after two were cut. Hilling-had 'got a'life on Furlong's error. Kotch .struck out. Hilling was'cu'l down it-second on Choluck's fielder's choice. -With'two down and one on 11 looked io be oil over but Unl, Znbaoh drew a Ciioluck stole, third anil came, homo- tou !a passed ball. 'Cbuuilch singled, arid'tbero were two Then J. Seaman made up for bis three er- rors by catching one-on Iho nose and sending il'fo rlgiit'for a homer. That was enough..- The Miners had -won. The Bankers tried bard in their bait and had men on second-slid third, but Stone skied to" pllchor lu'r third out. There were plenty ol thrills, and with the racu considerably closer non- Interest is growing every game. The crowds are .'coming out better nnd the rooting Is On Friday night Hie 0. C.'s hope loiput themselves It the running by taking the measure o J. Seaman, 3-b Huff, c S. Seaman, p Baeeda, 2-b Hilling, 1-b Koti-b. It'.. Choluck, rf 41 1? 10 out, hil by ball. ._ Score by K, H. E. 004 12 7 Bankers '.020 120 H 6 runs; Honuricks, J. Seaniau; three base hlls, Evans, Heudrlcks, J. Seamani two bise hits, Schweitier, O'Connor, Stonei Chumick, S; Seaman; struck out by Seaman 0, by Stone 3. by Hendrlcks ui bits; two runs'aml four hits off Stone in 5 innings; 11 runs and S hits off Hcnd- ricks lu 4 charge deJeat to Hendricks: earned runs, .Bankers Miners 5, Btoleti'. bases, 3, Schweilzer, O'Sonnor, J. Sea- Dlaii, Baccda, Cholulk; bases on balls off Seaman 1, dB'Stoae. 3.; off Ilend- rlcks 2; hit by pitcher, by :Stone- 2; sacrifice fly passed balls; O'Connor 1, Huff of game 2 hours, 39 tain. Unfplre' Wray. North letk Take Scott Clip Game if om Gallies For Football Drawn Up AH Games Be Played Adams Park for Remainder of' Game on. July 1. and f League Standings. All football. games In-'tlic city league will be played on Adams Park in tho Scotchmen Played Hard Game But Lost, Two to Diihtop Playing in Goal Saved Higher Score Against .Callies. Last night's football game between the North Lelhbridgo United and the Callies was unique in several ways, Tho Jrst penalty kick of the. season .was made and the first, man to be put out of n game this year in Uethbrldtfi occurred. North Lethbridge took the opening game o[ tho Scott Cup. by .de- feating :tho CalllesyVtwo to 'nothing before a largo crowd Part. Bateman, back; for the "dallied, was tho. player penalized by being-put'Out a fmusal of thb (hat Ihe.ganie of the' gamer., ThlE iras laket because b J hit 'AfiQuri1. iTho penalty was-.awofilksttha. CalSJc's! and Pink DURABLE HOSE Reinforced heels, reinforced toes; reinforced soles Thais what these ho_se such lasting wear Tint's nhal makes them so economical i It >ou used "niorA -lioffc 4tp you through '.be summer Uko a look pt these All the ncm shades, cither plain or wiih embroidered clocks Priced from 50c Up BERT KESTER'S MEN'S SHOP The Porno of 20th Century Clothing Alexandra: Hotel .Block On the Corner fumbled the 'kick, dribbling the ball tils Is' published a Schedule -i will tAi v- proviouElj-.annoiin'ccdjfor Julj-z2, the centre of the goal, which tweeu llio'Vrnfnie'nts anrt the. North easy for Tamuor.lp save the Lethbridge United, will be played July 1 They nilrtcd onu In the by iCvaus and iind a sacrifico lly by SlOnc. In the fifth Ibcy liiought llipy pill the game on ico when Schwcltter singled tfas sent across; by ilcndrli-k's long cullor which went for bonier. But In the slsth iblnjs starled. J. r Heaman, fflrsi up bit one o( Stone's 1 offerings for three bugs, Huff walked si nil Steve Seaman came through will n double Bending two across. Stone's nrm was gone nnilt mound duly.. Sto' in'iirtcil Ilic UrM ono bis way and a general slreak of wlldncss Id Steve Seaman nnd Baccda ocrcss. Krom '.ben on tho game was one nljlendrick's tooli ur lotto went to scconi Cincinnati Brooklyn Chicago St.-Louis Pittsburg Boston New York PbUadelphia Won' 31 2 S 30 .39: 24 33 Lost 22- U 2S ?4 81 32 r- Pel. .535 .638 .545 .509 .455 .430 .418 Tbc same luH'pt interest from to Both tcaniS were rated -n.iitarfoJ. The out If they t id been fighting ai uphill battle tollowlng are (he players OA'.WLS Batem-T Eastman Campl-cll 1'i McFarlane 'Mclh irMlfjl ba's led at I ing eiicces Adams ias a" SblsJ 'leld bolh fins' ani" sure of i Applelon erial ROW lo muke them all step some ind will bear watching after they have tosclber n couple o! times. BOX SCORE AB 11 H PO Brooklyn Slipping Juno lost Us fourth :garao -today- when Plltsburg won, 0 to 7. Score: n. H. E, Pittsburg...............' 9- 15 J Brooklyn 7 McLean, cf Scliweluer, If Knir. 1-b Furlong, ss...... 5 Kvaus, rf......... O'Connor, c 5 Thomas, 3-b .5 Slone, f, 2-b -1 arabetter and The first half'started out' wltli i rush Callies. to enemy ierrl (ory'-bul" It was" fruitless.' The Cal lies played hard all. the but be fore the half was "completed Ihe- game developed inlo Just s'u'cn a shobling affair- as'lhat Wfr'nen'tbiTKragmenls aild'tbe Miners. Although the North Lfllhbriilgo boys were "getting many 1-5 Cbunilck, ct -13 It 34 27 13 f! AB H II PO A K 4 2 1 2 1 1 li 2 3 2 0 0 theTOOKE HOOK that Ponder. 6ooper and Schmidt; I'fcf ter; Smith, Crimes and Miller. Boston Wins'hi Overtime BOSTON, June slcglc to let! by Boeckct. fCOrltJB Cruise, gave Bds ton a 3 to 2 victory Ofer St, Louis In 11 innings'today. Srore: H. 11. 13 St. Louis................ Boston.............-.. 3 10 .1 llalncs nnd demons; Scott and Oowdy, O'Neill." A Donation NBW VOTtK, June was donated loday's game by New York, 10 lo 4. Scoro: n.. H. E- Chicago................'10 15 1 New York............... 4 H 1 Tyler, Carter and O'Farrcll; Ben- ton, Barnes, Hubbell and. Snyder, Homers Win for Cincy 3nae ins by Wlngo' and Daiibert loday en- '.o win an 11-lnnlng Last-night't'gatne Trasvtbe (trst play; ed wbert liso' ot spsctntprs crowding on tho field-'-wa? done awny. j .u wilh. Tbo la ,o stftlns that it U WjWJfeJ possible to sec the- plays. from flny nart of the i vs N.p.U. vs Georges vs Calllcs. vs I'wsrafiDl5- vs c.i'.n.- va St. Georges. Ts v.i St. Gsorg08. i 30-N. U. vs. Collies. jj.- doorgcs vs Mlnefs. vs KraEincnls. (leorgca vs Fragments, vs Miners; K Ouir ciaon" Kennedy A Ourr Eirl Appleb) Hutton Tennant Lakle tarl Harrison Tamb6r K L U NEW INTERMEDIATE SCHEDULE IS OUT, ft 4 t. f.. Inlerniedlale football games will be on tho'C- P theKH 0 f has In keeping with the a new .ntermediate Issued and fol- lows! k ts N 's s C r'rssmcnls play on jiiiy t, .20, Aug. fj.and .U. Xorlh Lelhbridgo play on July 2, 20, 30, Aug. 9. t C.P.R. play on Jniyj 22- 2S> Aug. 11. -A--- Miners play on JulViS 1Z V, f 3 and 13. Saint Oecrgcs July S, 20, 28. Aug. 0 and 0. "i Csllies play on July-'S, 22, 39, Aug. o and 13% ablcd Cincinnati t Eatntf, 3 lo 1. Scoro: Cincinnati......... Phllartclphia........ and Wingo; and Tragrcssor. R. il. 3 10 1 1 9 2 Causey', Galllu AMERICAN LEAGUE Won l.-osl Pel. Cleveland....... 3ft -C" New York....... 22 S2 -5" I Uoalon.......... 2S M -s19' Washingtort...... 27 20 .509, fit. Louis....... 28 -MO' .335 I'blladelphla 18 .2'0 While Sox Bunch Hits CHICAGO, .luno bunch- ed hits In the Sth Inning loilay nnd Philadelphia, 2 to 1. Boston 0 12 Cleveland.....i ,...Xr." 13 20 Bush, Cald well and S'.. Louis CiDing Good ST. June 22.-i-St. Louis de featcd New York, '0 10 3; today. New York.............. 3 S St. Louis B 14 Maya, Collins and Davl and Scvcreld. Ktore: Philadelphia 1 [arris and l'crklns; KliT 3m r-tlialk. .Tigers Losfi DBTIIOIT. June blllin. won faslly for Washington iadny ftom r, to 1 Washington f, fl 0 Detroit................. 1 7 Xaehwy nnd Gbarrlty; Dauss. Allen and Alnimith. t-eadcrs Take June scored an onsy Tlf.'.ory over Bosloi today. 13 to D. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION tndlanapolls S, Toledo 4. Milwaukee 5. Minneapolis S, 1-oulsvllle 0-d; Columbus 1-0, Kansas City I. St. Paul 8. PACIFICCO'AST can bless that Dunlop came back into last, nlgbt or Iho score might easll> have been far larger against them Bunion -played u wonderful game in goal. During the Ural period hi stopper) many shots that looked good from the side lines'.'-To say he made A 'number of brilliant; stops is only saying what Is tho tVulh. Me did npl steem lo be handicapped by his In- jured hand and handled Iho ball in rut-class manner." The goal scored gainst him In tho first haU was not Is fault. Eastman played :loo close, o goal and a high bounce from A. Gurr .got ever his head'and Inlo Ihe orucr of tho net. Callies Open .Strong, Tho North Lolhbrldgc boys during he first half taking nhola at goal from anywhere over Ibo centre ino, bi.facl several '.vcre taken from iractifally on tho line, but tho one hat carried a score with It nil taken from outside loft and not far i-advancc of Hie goal. Before Ihls ail occurred the Callles had boon .andlranped with tbe" loss-pf Balcman llways a strong pjayer.bii tbe guard Benefit Game July 2 for Players McLnckic and MpUishcad .Have Both Been Put Out of Game and Wotk for Some Time. J9-0 P11 lit! The dale cancelled tho foot- now sche- dule will--be used .by the Saint Georges rntf the Frao-ncnls In playing a benefit carrs. the pro- ceed! of thls'game will, go .to Me- UuchieV of 'the C.P.B. and Sam Mottlshead. .of.'the Sn.lnti. Both these players recently have been injured while piay Ing In league games The n, juries In both .casts have been mch.'that the ptaytr.s have been, unable to attend to their usual duties. MINERS' IINEUP FOR THURSDAY'S GAME Los Ar.gclcs G. Oakland-7. Salt Lake 5, Siwramortto 1. fan F'ranclsco 2, Vcrnon 3. nlngs.) Seaitle-Porlland gamb po (earns (ravelling. iou lo come and select H from the many coats we offer for your approval. We can I'l your itursu as satisfactorily as we can your person. SlZ.50 to LOUIS: KEEL SHOP OP FASHION CRAKT-, CLOTJIES AND TUB I'LOilSllEIM SHOK OLIVKK BLOCK F1f'rl1 sr' ;