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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1925 DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE Sisiw Still Leads in American Also of St. Louis, in the National League. CHICAGO, June Ruth, the New York slugger, today has S7 Raines in which to wallop out nine home, mas to shatter the record of 29 established by himself last season when a member of the Bostoi Ameri- cans. In his remarkab'.o drive toward a new world's record, Ruth crashed out 20th home run Wednesday, driv- ing a ball olt Pitcher Shocker m St. into the rlghl field.bleachers. There was no ooe on base at the.time, tut Ruth trotted around the bases, laid his'club aside and began to figure on his 21st ho'raer. Ho is sixth in batting IMight Service WE ARE IN A POSITION TO GIVE YOU UNQUALIFIED SATJS- FACTION FOR THE FOLLOWING WORK OILING AND GREASING EMERGENCY, CALLS WASHING CARS A TIRE.PPAIRS Our night man is at your service any hour. Lethbridge Motors Ltd. ELEVENTH STREET SOUTH PHONE 145? with an average cf .355. Ttcac ays shown in the averages up to Wednes- day, released today. George SUIer, the St. Louis star, who Is leading the American league, boosted his average to .110, eight points within a week. Tris Speaker ot Cleveland, managed to cling to sec- ond place with .384. Speaker lops the league iu scoring, having counted 57 runs in 58 games. Ruth has crossed plate 55 times lu 54 games. Rice of Washington Is running tway with. boDors in base stealing. He has stolen 25, while 'Bobby Roth, his team- mate, is ant in line with 19. Staler third with. 15. Other leading bit tera are: Johnson, Cleveland, .363; Milan, .359; Weaver, Chi- cago. .352; Felseb, Chicago, .342: Jac- obson, St. Louis, .341: Judge, Washing- ton, .339; Uice. Washington, .335; Hen drix, Boston, .338. St. touis, which has been clamoring for baseball distinction for years, Is finding soiaee in tho batting perform- ances of Sister and Roger Hornsbv Horasby is in no immediate danger ol being ousted from the batting.leader ship of the.National league, tbs aver- ages including Wednesday's game giv- ing him .391. Nicholson of Pittsburgh is trailing him lu second place with .350. Rousch of Cincinnati, Is third with .337. Hornsby threatens to pass Williams t Philadelphia, in home run hitting. illfaroB has seven, while Hornahy as ate. to hla credit. Max .Carry of itlsburgh, Is setting tbe pace for tha ase Eteaters, has a total of 19. Ttousch f Cincinnati, and Hollocher ol'Chi- ago, are next up with 14 each. Other adlng batters ire: Roberts, Chicago, 55; Danbort, Cincinnati" .333; Flack, hlcago, .325; Duncan, Cincinnati, 23; Kelly, N'ew York, .317; Myers, rooklyn, .317; Ybubg, New York, 1C; Groh, Cincln nat i, .311. Coaitiaie and Cardston in TieGtaie Baseball Game Called in Seventh On Account of Dark- ness. (From Our" Correspoajeul) A regular league gtviv played at Coildale thfa eve nil! g between the Cardston team and the Coaldale Braves. Al the weather was cold enough Cre'ceat sieights High Calgaiy, 196. First team, Ottawa Col- egiate. 155; Victoria High school. Vic- oria, IK; .Halifax County Academy, ilalifas, 1S7; second team Ottaiva Col- .exiate Institute, 177; second team HalifF.i County Academy, 149; High school, DldsbBiT, Altfl. 112. The compfititton was held on June 5 aad 12 and ail teams used the Boss rlile with the exception of Dldabury, RETREADING next tire reireadcd by-us. We ara expert tiro men. We Are Also Experts in Sec- tional Work, .Broken Beads, etc. We are hsrs to give service, Spe- ciaj ''service to out-of-town orders." paTd one way.1 Lelh-" Leading Retr.eaders. Lethbridgc Vulcanizing Works PHONEM664. LETHBRIPGE :712 3rd AVE. S. BRANCH. A.t MACLEOD E. CHAPIJN, LcthbVldge. r; B. CHAPLIN. M'acltod. Hotel Cecil HERBER.T. S. JOSL1N, Jlauager ".MEDICINE HrVT, ALTA.. "The Town That Was Born Lucky" HALF BLOCK FROM EUROPEAN PLAN which used'tie Lee-EnfielJ. Tbe preseiit holder of the shield the Central Calgary High school. B to play hockey iaatead of baseball, the two teams did good work, Noble pitch- ing. a.'very tor Coaldale, which kopS psfdelon from scoring, ami Bearer doing-about the same for CardEfon, keeping Coaldale from pil- ing scores. The game, was called at the end o! the seventh Inning oa account of dark- ness, with a one to one score. By the reports we had of the, Cardatqn team we-tad SB they were going to wipe the ground, with the Coaldale boys, but it any one had that opinion and saw the suppose he had to change hii mind. Wo hope we will soon get a' chance to pay a visit to the Templa town boys at their home, to ry and decldo.ihe tie ol today's game. ians are all primed up and intend q turn cut. in full force whenever the ugle sounds: for Cardston. The out- ome of today's game was as below: Box Score AB. R. H. PO. A. E. Smith, Ib. 3 0 0 G 0 0 Clime, 2b......... 300110 O'Connor, c. 3 0 0 10 2 1 WBitting, cf- 301000 Davis, ss.......... 300211 Myere, rf......... 2 0 0 0 00 Jackscn, 3h. 211210 Hsrris, It. 200000 Noble, p. 20001 Winstqn Churchill Adds His Ap- peal to That Made By the Prince of Wales. LONDON, June Chur chill, reinforced by a message from .he Prince.of Wales, makes an urgent appeal for' further funds to enable Great Britain to be adequately repre sented at the Olympic games; The in vltatlon to send athletes to Antwerp been formally accepted and :non attendance by the British would now probably cause considerable trpubl lo Belgium. Mr. Churchill holds out no hope of government financial help., Tho. newspapers generally support the appeal for private subscriB- the exception Daily EJipreBS winch decla'reslitliefe-' Is not so ihuch glory and' honor id these BELLEVUB, June base- ball game, advertised tor Thursday came off 2Ed Belle- vue. Tbe game wai kind ot late In starting. Somewhere about 7 o'c-lcck the umpire.called tbe teams together and they got away. Coleman was first to bat and made lour home runs In the first Inning. Then Bellevue came up and oue. The game grew! interesting-as the nien ou both sides! warmed up to their work, and ended In favor of Bellevue. The evening was poor, being cold, and tbe crowd small, but they promise to do better'next tfms. Watcli for the datei of the uext'game and he there to give i the boys'a little help tor they need some flnauces to get tbe outfit. "X v CANADA TENNIS 3; Long, ES. .v.' Nell; If." McKenzie, c...... cf. Leadbetter, Ib. Ixjng, 3b. Beaser, 24 1 2 21 6 2 AD. 11. H. PO. A. .E V 3 0 121 1 .300210 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 F ASTERN TOIIOMTO, June factory progress was made with the Eastern Canadian matches at the Tennis yesterday after two days' rain.. Mr. Marsh, the- veteran Alberta player, gavij Sir, .Terence Sheard, the varsity champion, a hard tus- sle, taking the first set 27 1 3 21 9 Score by Coaldale Cardston fostered, sayVthe will not be realized. On thefcontrary, some cou- tests had left bitter- memories. TILLMAN-DUFFY DRAW OMAHA, 26. Tillman of Minneapolis, and Jimmy Duffy oE Lockport, -N.Y., fought a 10- round draw here last night, newspaper- men decided. Th building standing at the S'.. Lwrtx'l end of thz Victoria Jubilee St. Laurrence at Mont- red, is devoted txclus- inly ta the making nf 'Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens and Ink feet oj Jlxr ifatt! CAPT. JOHN LONG- HEADS OLYMPICS MONTREAL., June John Long, former structor of Montreal. A. A. has been appointed coach for' the Canadian Olympic boxing and wrestling team, it is au- nouuced by tho Canadian Olym- pic chairman. In Tennis in England .-O.l.-lli 'fejjgfah'd, June The sensation of's play in th British, tennis championship tourna- ment yesterday was furnished by the defeat of Andre Goherl, the French crack, by Zenzo Shimidxu, Japanese, y Further surprise .was caused hy the esult ol the nest'two'matches. G. CSchcuerler Holland, heat Nicholas :ishu, The is considered lolland's third best, player, showed a reat improvement on his playing of year. A Drew, a Lancashire layer, heat Max 'Deougls, one of ranee's best'tennis stars, 6r-2. William Tilden, Philadelphia, scored n easy victory over S- Franklin, a Surrey county player of'about scratch orm. .The score was The Australian, Stanley M. Doust, won from Samuel Hardy, Chicago, aptain of the United States team, when the latter defaulted the match IhR'Ecore standing at two seta each. The score was Bathing Suits classy lines niade by Gantner Mattern of California; also the fam- ous Ton, Wye suits and other makes. Every pur- chaser is lastingly delight- ed.: THE. KINGSTON SMITH ARMS CO. LTD. Winnipeg, Edmonton, Calgary. CONSUMERS' HA.RD- WARE SUPPLY CO., Lcthhridge Local Agent.? Canadian Factory t NOW we can keep ujp with the demand For months past, people called for moreAVaterman's Ideal Fountain Pens'than we could make. To-day we have tripled tie factory finest and most complete factory of its .kind in Truly a remark- able growth for ten From this wonderful plant, the famous pen and Waterman's Ideal will go to supply the whole of the British remembering the needs first! In this all-Canadian factory, skilled Canadian workers produce the pen that sigru bank.nbtcs; stock certificates, and a large proportion of the world's correspondence. A Waicrmarftldtal Fountain G iuit your har.d it awaiting you at V alt dtatcrs, for front S2.SO up L. E. Limited, 179 St. Jsfnes Street 'Montreal NEWVORK LONDOH PJ Axel Graves, California, teat Teguet-, Denmark, o; Erik The veteran Knglish player, Major J. O. Ritchie, Paul Leuorman, Beigiutn, I, frr-2. In the first round oE the champion- ship doubles the United States pair, Johnston and THden, defeated the English pair, lilythman and Harrison, 1, 1. J. C. Parke, the British tennis star, ivas defeated this morning hy AVm. T. Tilden of Philadelphia in straight sots in their match here today In the Bri- tish lawn tennis championship tour- nament. The score was 3, 1. In the fourth -round singles Zcnso Shinjldlzo, Hi" Japanese- crack,