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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE'LETHBRIDGB DAttA' HERALD, MONDAY, JUNE 28, 192 BRINGING UP FATHER By G: McManus OW CO VOO TuVT j rsO- I COT IENT IN DOME I I IT CA'- iBostou........ 2b 2S St. Louis........ Detroit......... Philadelphia..... Pet. st 40 47 Won Lost Pot. Cincinnati St. Louis Brooklyn Pittsburg Chicago..... Boston New York Philadelphia US 28 .54S .525 .MS .181 .175 SATURDAY GAMES St. Louis Takes Two Gjmes CINCINNATI, June vent to second place in tho Xalional league race loday by -.Tinning both games of a double-header frcm the champions, o to 0 and .1 to 3. In the eighth inniug cf the second same Pitcher I.uque cf the Reds at- SATURDAY GAMES New York Boston NEW YORK, June 'Yortcj' won an overwhelming victory over Boston, m to 0. A capacity crowd of SS.OOO saw the game: Score: n. H. B. Boston i........... 0 t 1 Now York............... 14 IS C Bush, Karr aud Walters; Collins and Haunah. Detroit Wins at St. Louis LOUIS, June hit- Billings resulted In Detroit defeating SI. Louis, B to 2.. TENNIS BIG I AFFAIR ON JULY! American Tournament on City An- nounced., Score: R. H. H. Detroit................ 5 fi 0 St. Louis 261 Cause and Alnsmith; Davis and Bil- lings. Stnalors Trim Philadelphia WASHINGTON. June ton defeated Philadelphia, 4 to 3. In ticied Umpire Klem and dealt him a pitchers' between Zachary An American tournament, will bo held at liie City Tennis Courts on July 1st. commencing at 10 a.m. sharp, and continuing all day. Tea will bo served during the afternoon and all members are requested to turn out. The following rules vrill 1. Tournament to commence at 10 a.m. sharp. 2. game to consist'of IU serves, each- sen-Ing 4 times. Bach serve counts 1 point, and at the end of each game, winners and losers will, record-their total points for the game on the schedule provided at the club bouse. 3. .Each couple plays every other After the tournament is .was Philadelphia's Nevertheless it was a good j claims it was-duo to vicious J sBvcnleenth1 straight defeat. olhenviso an idea! night for staged this evening tit Rolling Green. football. Thirty-fire minuie periods were allowed, and Taber had the kick- off. A.. Stratton, hf.b.. Mllner [U.b.l., Derra- j cott, c.h., r.h., Thompson, Thb kickoff gave no advanlage !or l.h.. Clayton, c.f., J. Derracott, Inside tbo ball was soon out o! bounds. Taber right, Plaj-fair. out side right, Gant, inside It, Bestwlck. outside, U, Beard. same boon had it, and shortly get a shot on goal, which vas no better, Lelhbritige j got into the same and tho ball went i Oliver McMnhou. back. Then ensued a' period' of play Hnntley. Williams, Thoma_s, Appleton. back and forth with frequent cuU.'thc I O.- HunUey. Paterson, Judd. On J. jthe edge on Smith. hits olf wind baring. a hand in ami the Derracott's retirement. T. Derracot ball getting near'the J-etbbi'iflse goal, Taber gut a few shots but their form- moted to c.f. Lethbridge. playing ten men'thereafter. Referees Ramsay and St. Louis................. 4 Cincinnati ....___..... Doak. Sherdel and Cloihona: Lniiue, Eller and Alien.4 Boston Both Games BOSTON. Juue defeated Brooklyn In a double-header today, taking the first game, 1 to 0, and the second. 7 to 2. The opener was a pitchers' battle in which Oescbgef. had 'the edge on Smith. P.unchetl hits olf Grimes decided the secood in Boston's favor. or aid Andy Stra'ioii wns row against i Hose, liicni and what A free iiich. p. t'cul Etill tbe ball vrcni hiiiiur .ami thither..bu1 Applnlr'0 In falling l to Huntley, who made a flnc Score. Taberl, C.P.Il. 0. to Thomas arul. ihc' latter running up jiut Sb Tabor's first grjat. Derracott injured i Tho hall soon in tor- ritcry, hut a on goal went witfe. j Aftc; more rambling, an attempt to j prevent Iho ball going out. brought a 1 iff. but Taber got nothing. The to pass a. Have Band Tonight IVHUVI. uui i uuci t UV J (-iff i m ir ball hovered around Ihe Taber goaljinvitc League Officials To Hear four Cleveland 'pitphers, .today and won. 12. to 7.' Cleveland iraade a be- lated rally- In the! Gard- ner tripled -bases full, but it availed thsro nothing. Score: R. H. E.! Cleveland -i H 2, Chicago 12 H 2 Caldwell. Faeth.i, Myers, Xiehaua and O'Neill; Faber'ahd Schalk. i SUUNDAY GAMES Tigers Shut Out 1XIU1S, June 27. Vangilder ST. First Brooklyn 0 5 S Boston 1 10 0. Stniih, Miljus and Kreugcr; Oescu-jbreak on tbe series, ger and Gowdy. i Detroit Second 1st. .Louis Brooklyn Boston hel'l Detroit to three hits today St. Louis won to 1. getting an even i r, i s i VaiiEildcr with some ticklish moments, and the' fight wss hot, when DcrracoU get- ting a kick in tae'knce. two minutes time but the I-clhbridge man had to retire. His tc'ahi 'playing ten men during the rest of tho game. A eouptu 'j! free play with a shots en the Taber i goal brought half lime. Charlie Hamsay, who rcferro iu Iho Irst half now gave way to K. V. Hose. The ball was chiefly on Ijjth- bridge soil, but tbe boys were good niid Iho need of takin? Veterans' Club, i side shots, and Andy Sirntton's inter- to Adams Park, tcrcucc, neutralized Taber's End In time tho play became hot around the local posts, but some husky kicks by.tbe miners put Iho ball back where il came from, and the play was hot around the railway goal, one fbot boing close, and rebounding from thb post. Lethbridgo was making heller team-play and doing good work, when Thomas got away again and bllf sbo went In for Taber's second. Thomas Scores Letbbridge now rushed the ball into Tnber territory, und shot a good one but nothing happened, and after hot play with the low BUII in the eyes of the men from the it was rushed back. Thomas getting a flue shot for Taker's third goal. Play again followed hack and forth lo no limit, fouls'and offsides were frequent, p.nd here wo aro forced to remark with Eoaia backing from the. spectators that tbe rofereo in his cxcllenienl 1 taisscd a good deal that went on. Not that thero was any intentional mis- Dlay, but a referee has lo Iravel some, and we think with some others, that porbaps Lctbbridgo might have post- ed come objections and that Charlie would bare done better to have stay- ed, on tbo Job. The second referee haa however the excuse that he has just coiae back from Banff. A couple of. corners for Letbbrldge did col got thorn'anything, however, and after a melco Appleton broke through for Taber's fourth goal. But i (hs ball at 8rst ia the vlcinty of bridge posls was soon back though Interest. At the football game at Adams I'f.rk the .Veterans' Jazr. Band, under the leadership of Irish Knno and Slim James, will be In at- tcndnnce. The orchestra consists of forty-six pieces of real musical Instruments. Cars will take the musicians from .the Veterans' Club, at 6.30 p.m. sharp, up Adams Park. A special Invitation Is eitended to A J. Blackburne, president ot the league, to listen to the orchestra, and sen. If there is anything, contrary to the rules of football. T. 1.0XGWORTI1. Miners Beat Coalhttrst in Ball Game losing the first game of double-header to New York. Grimes, Mlljus and Jllller; 151Holt, tAlllnglra and O'Neill. PiltsburQ Beats Chicago T'lTTSBURQ, Juno won from Chicago, 8 to 1. in a game featured by heavy billing. Tho vis- itors scored one run off Hamilton in tbo first inning and throe in the sec- ond. Chicago................. 4 10 2 Piltsburg 5 17 1 Vaughn and O'Farrell: Hamilton, Mcador. fonder and Schmidt, Lee. Phillies and New York Split PHILADELPHIA, June 25.--Afterl today's' 5 to S, in II Philadelphia slaughtered Bcnton in the second game, 8 to 1. Causey allowed New York one'hit up to the ninth, when bo eased up. The first contest was bitterly fought. Mea- dows was put off tbo field for pro- testing a decision. Hrsl game-- Xcw York S .18 2 Philadelphia 0 11 I Brinies, Nebf and K. Smith; 0. Smith, Meadows, Gallin, Flixey and Tragosser. Second game- New York 1 3 2 Philadelphia S 11 1 Benton and Snyder; and Wheat. Ainsmlth; and Severe id. Yankees by Rally NEW YORK. Juno sensa- tional cighlh-lnnins rally in which New York drove oiit six bits, enabled Now York to uetcati Uoatori 7_to 5. Bos ton 3 7 Now York 7 10 3 Russell nnd Walters; Mays, Qulrm and Indians TooklLast Game CtHC.UiO, .lime Cleveland look the lust gam'; of the series from Chi cago today to 1, Cleveland 1 7 Chicago 1 Bagbyand O'Nolllj Kcrr and Sclialk Walter Johnson In Form WASHINGTON, June 27.--JohnEon had Athletics at bis'mercy today anil Washington won ils seventh straigh Every Trunk, Club Bag and Suit Case In our store will be sold at cost price until the entire stock is'gqne. CJWe have decided to discontinue handling this line of merchandise and will dispose of every article AT COST PRICE It you are going uway tor the summer, aud need baggage ot any description, this is your opportunity. selling every piece at baggage at raactly what it cost us. SEE OUR WINDOWS BERTKESTER'S MEN'S SHOP The Home of 20th Century Clothing Alexandra Hotel Block On the Corhtr Ot_0 COUNTRY CRICKET game, f to 0. Washington............. 7 1 Philadelphia 0 1 Johnson and picinicli; Moore, Ilora- mell and Myatt. be deducted from their total poinls aj. Ihc conclusion o{ the tournament, which will act as .a handicap. Kolloiving is the Sliss 3Iay Smith ami J. R. Fatorson. Miss Johnson and D. Harris, MIssOI. Smith and S. Freestone. Mrs. J. A. Harris and N'. Stoltze. Miss B. Hazel and O. Blctcher. Miss Cleveland and J. A. Harris. Miss K. H. Grier and E. Davis. .Miss B. Grier and G. B. A. Rica. Miss Macintosh and H. Hincks. Miss U. Jlarrs and T. W. Fair. Mrs. Hindis nnd Mr. Darley. Miss X. Hazel and P. Hendricks. Mrs. and Mr. Carrulbers. Miss D. Sang and J. A. Rosewarn, Miss Itobinson and Dr. Horning. Miss M. Higinbolham and P. J. H. Wa'rr. Miss M. Yonnj and H. J..Rowan. Mrs. Carrulhers and IS. 11. I'as- cadden. JIIss M. Simpson ami C. Moore. Miss B. Aird and J. J. Staverl. Miss M. McCarably and R. A. Thrall. Miss Livingstone and J. K. Miss llutncr and W. H. Mackie. Miss b. Schweitzer and W. 11. Biggs. Mrs. Eddy and .1. Harris. Miss Hilling ami 11, .Fejgnr. J. Iliginhothani anil Ft ftose, II. McG, Young and W. Ualglelsb. -Mr. Btccvcs and E. F. baylon, A. 0. llnworth and H 11. Nelson W. Kerr and K. 0. Hyde. J. O.'ltoberslon nnd rt.'B, Daw. K. C. S. freeman and S. Jackson. K. Kenny and H. Thora. D. McKillon and J. S. McArthur. LONDON, Juno Glou- cester at Colchester yesterday, Essex had to follow played better in tho second scoring 244, but were finally defeated by an 06. Robinson play- ed a great innings of for Glouces- ter. At .'Nottingham, Kelts defeated Hampshire by six wickets. Notts marte 351 and 14S for four. Hampshire scor- ed f83 and 135. Paynton scored 123 for Notts, his first century of the sea- son. Against Derby's 225 in tbe first in- ninga at Manchester, Lancashire ob- tained the huge total of E2S for six, not out, 1S9. Der- by made 225 and 75 and were defeated by an innings and 228 runs. his friends "with a smile of confid- ence.-. "1 now hare the best outfit that I ever ho said. feel thut I should lift the cup, as I have now reached my yacht Ho said '.would...give liis Immediate attention to bis two yachts now here, and that lie- had received an offer for a new- 15-year-old nogro boy, des- cribed as being as black as tlio ace of spades and having red hair. The of- fer, he said, came from the mother of the boy, a resident of Xew Hocli- elle. SPENCER WINS AGAIN NEWAflK, N. J., Juno Spencer of Toronto, yesterday won the oue-mllo United States bicycle cham- nship from Frank Kramer. Ray Salon beat W. Spencer of Toronto, in the heat that decided third and fourth places. This was Spencer's fourlh consecutive victory iu championship races. SUNDAY GAMES Saints Going Strong CIN'CIN.VATI, Juno Louis took tho (bird strpJgbt game cf the seriep, 3 to L'. St. Louis S, II 1 Huff Shut Out Visitors for Kurlong Allowed v I'ivc Uuns, and demons, Ring and Win- Soraup; Sali.rday Huff look night and cut over Coalhurnt by five to three. Huff ofliciiled at the nioimd rlurir.g IHo firat five innings and when ho va- cated to give Seaman a chance at his Alex Beaten Again CIIICAOO. June went. to pieces in the c-ijlilh inning today i turn nt pitching and i'illsburgh scored enough runs to ttio Miner.' won win S ID 5. old job scored Coalhurst hoys had not H n'f.3 n good game all through. A Urge crowd turned out at parlt to see f.he same and holh teams put uj) a brand of ball that would be a credit to the city league. Knrlone pitched for (lie C'callmrst boys and threw a tine I'lUsburgli 8 II Chicago 10 Cooper nnd Ilocfnor; .Mcsnnder, I'allov. Martin and O'Farrril. Toney Pilches 1 HI; Game iiltOOKLYN'. June pitch cd rhiitout ball today, NCR- York beat- ing iirooklyu 2 to 0. New York Brooklyn Toney and Snyder; Mnvtjuard. Mam- maux and Miller. (Only three- gapj AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. SUNDAY GAMES Toledo S, Louisville 2. Columbus 2-2, Indianapolis 11-1. St. Paul 2, Vllwaukee 0. Minneapolis 14, Kansas City 1, BRITISh) TENNIS RED-HEADED NEGRO OFTERED BY-MOTHER AS LIPTON'S MASCOT .VBW Thomas Ltpton, owner of tho Shamrock IV., which will try to lift the America's Cup In the coming yachting classic, irrivcd here tifiy pn tho steamship Celtic. Sir Thomas brought .with him a goidcn eagle, formerly a part of tlie saloon decorations of tho yacht Am- erica, which wae presented to him by two frlcndB. The cufele, as an cm'- blcm of "good luck." will bo placed on board Sir Thomas, brown as ft berry and beaming with good naluro, greeted Thare's TOOMFTGDLLARS ItstheTOOHEHOOKthot Impnovas the look 410 FIFTH STREET INTERNATIONAL SUNDAY GAMES Buffalo 5-5. Hyrscuso' 3-8. Akron 7-1. Jersey City 1-2. Toronto 11, Keadlng 6. Rochester 0, Baltimore 4. SUNDAY GAMES Oakland 1-J. l.os Angeles 10-il. Vcrnou 4-1. Xan l-'ranclsco 3-0. Kacramcnto 7-r.. Salt Lake 13-4. Portland 3-2, Seattle-3-1. SATURDAY GAMES At '.'ulfia-y: First game: Winn 0. Calgary 4, Second game: Wlnul 2, Calgary .1. (11 innings.) At Uegina 2, Edmon Ion 0. Seconl game; P.egina 4, I'd- moDfon At Moose Saskatoon 4, Moose June their fourth round In the British tennis championship tournament today. T.: MavroEordato. nf the British Davis, cup team, defcalcd I. Norton, cham- pion of South Africa, 6-1, 7-5, S-6. Nor- ton played today in defiance of mcdl- oil orders, having been advised not to compote owing to Iho effect upon his heart. As a result of this match MavroBOrdato will meet R. Nords Williams, of Iloston, In the play (be last eight compelitors for the singles lllle. Royalty Present June slartud yesterday In the fourth round of the lawn tennis champion-- i ahlp toiirnarncnl. C. H. Garlaiul. of j A. R. Drew, r.n KagUah player, in slrafrt'. sets, C-l, I (i-i. II. Norn's Williams, second, Boston, [debated .1. Iiiujjnun, the young French player, in rtr.ilglit 5-0. n-3, King Gtwec and Quefen Mary, ihn Duke of York and Prlncesa Mary iijiln (o see the chief match of [ttm flay wiiicb was the international j doubles between Oobert and Lanr- fit Kuincp. nnd Johnston anil Wil- liam Ttlilon, I'nileil Slates. The latter'n-on, the score being G-2, 6-'J, I-S, 9-7. of Choice Among Our New Hats. JaW 14. Second gurft'o: liooso Jaw J, Sssksloou 4, hat and sbj 'Our pr nothing y style is roprcsciiieil. If a soft- you gci just what you want in fabric, color in hnts the variety is equally .complete, ri'Vi ,iro based strictly on There Is no nr fnr the 'maker's name. You pay for a hat and mem, The (iorinnn People's Party bas en- rlorsed iho republican lorm of govern- Jf SHOi' OK 1'ASHION- CRAFT Cl.O'iJlliS AND TJIK VLOKSHEIM SHOE OUVBK BI.OOK 318 FIfTH ST. f f ;