Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
I'.UiK SIX T1U5 LETHBRmCE D.VUA' HERALD. TUESDAY. JUNE 29, BRINGING UP FATHER You'll Like What We Serve and Serve THE N. H. MURRAY, MANAGER Gunner Fourth Ave. and Fifth St. BASEBALL TONIGHT: MINERS VS. ROTES, ADAMS PARK RECORD CROWD SEES FRAGMENTSWINFROM NORTH LETHBRIDGE BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. Fragments Pradkally Sure of Winning Scott Gup Again After Defeating Their Strong- est. Rival, One to Nothing, at Adams Park Last Night. .To Hie Fragments beloug the honors Jof'laat night's football game at Adams Park. Fire hundred and fifty jiaii] admlsfious were made to see the Lettbiidse United and the bailie iu. what- ;coii- reded to le practical? the champion- ship of the Scoit Cup competition a ad they saw the two teams play to half limp without a score anfl tben sair Davis Ret one paal Tambor for the only score of the game. This "as not the final game in the Scolt Cup competition but the two strongc-sl teams in the league were playing and the crowd went away sat- iEncil that they had good yaluo-for their tickets. The best team won, ac- cording to tlie play. There is no doubt on tbai point, so far as lasl night's same concerned but i does not IIICUH lhal before the season is out that ii is impossible for th Tlie team showed more j PHILADELPHIA. June one of the teams pi avert errorless ball, dows was batted from Ihe mmin'd. to-j The-Banters'were without the ser- Lakio Young A. Gurr Hart-I.antl Shaw Kane Teuuant Karl Allen Linniug llutlon Appleby N. Gurr LI lining Darls Dnulop Anderson Mcllvena FRAGMENTS pep than any yaine Ibis season, and i the running without j the sl'.adow of a iloubt. I To the fans who BO out every nigbl lo see Ihe srames. the1 C.C.'s lack of baltery is disniipoliitdig. Onlside a llayhe there won't be a at Adams Park tonight mob out 'hoii tue flotes and Miners tangle-.; These two teams are. even in the standing, fine the winuer will likely be the 'team lo fight it out witli the Bankers for first BAGGAGE BARGAINS -s ONE OF OUR WINDOWS IS FULL OF TRUNKS, CLUB BAGS AND SUIT CASES V THAT WE ARE SELLING AT COST PRICE have dot to 'Mock any of thsse articles in the future d "wc'Kre of ouV esitire slock ut '-wholesale1 prices.' it cer'tuiuty' pay you ii> look BERT KESTER'S MEN'S SHOP The Home ol 20th Century Clothing- Alexandra Hotel Block On'.the'Corner DUKE BREAKS SWIM RECORD i 1-5 second, breaking the S-' world's record for of one ALAMBUA; Calif.r -June j minute and one se'coifd.rmade by Kah'anamoklte. of Hopolunn yesterday! Norman Ross. The (hike was.partici- the Xe'ptiirie Bpat-h plnnge In the OlyinVfc gamc'ii ivester'u svyam 100 metres, free-style, in one FK1DD FULTON WILL HQX HAHUY'WILLIS UNDER NEW RULES VORK, June we i gills Fred Fulton and Harry Wills meet in tbe first bout o[ import- ance under the new IHIV permitliug boxing viontesiii m New York. TliiR an- nounceinent is made here by tbe In- leriiatidim! Sporting club which .lias matcTietl tlie pugilists for a l.Vround contest. The'dafe will be made public later.. the terms of agfeement Ful- ton is tc ".oceive J25.0UO and Wills y-'itbout KH> bonus urrunge- ments. x It U intimated that the v-luner will le given un opportunity to (ace Cham- pion Jack later in tht; year. Weincrl. Belts, anil Tragrcssor. Cubs Take Double-Header CHICAGO, June won both Barnes of a double-heaW 'fom j team they jviite. Ust time they met the Holes Plttsburg today, 6 to 2.anil a to 4. la.-t was good enough Iu j Wanked the Ulack Diamonds First game: N. U. in ihe- league! But with "idpath pitching The game lire Pittsburg1...........'... 2. .'S. 0 they we're, shy l.en Oreon vious the Miners beat the Holes Chicago 5 0 tlie' moundfrole and -helil it i for Ibe closet game of tho Eeason. and Tyler-and 0'-; for sis innings during which he tbe first meeting- between tlie Iwo I jwas louclieil for nine'hits aiid uliio'teams was for the Miners. Tlie j R. ijttle better-two North Side wiil be out for this i 11 2 Hiree runs in three innings. -same, and the liotes will have ..-'5 fi 2; Oillsiilc tiiat Ihcrc 'isn't much to reeling on deck. Tlaefmcr; (en except ihul Joo" Ftiriutig plii-hed !about Ihe nii-cst ball of the season. Champs Break Losing Streak i He hold Ihe Clubs to four singes CINCINNATI. June 1 scallercil through three innings. Tlie i broke their losing streak, today and'. only session when Ihcy got two. tlie s, 7 to 5. I fifth Burns was out ilov.-n at second Adams and Haffner Farrell. -Second game: Plttsburg.......... Chicago Hamilton. Ponder Carler and. Daley. and Score: St. Louis Cincinnali ons; Sallec and Allen. -H. II. K.'on Ivens' grounder and no 'score re- j S' 13 1 suited. In tho eighltj they crossed the 7 10 1 I'an. Vasclonak singled. Higgs was; and at iirsl. Livingston walkerl. Vasc-j Ihird for the only L.C. lenak stole Ihir steal of Iho evening anil came homRJ AMERICAN LEAGUE Team standings Baseball Tonight RETREADING Bet i'our next tire retreailed by as: eipert lire raoti. .We Art Also 'Experts in-Sec- tional .Work, Broken Beads, etc. We are here'to give service. Spe- cial service to orders. Express, paid one way. Leth- bridge's Leading Retreaders. Vulcanizing Works PHONE 1664 LETHBRIDGE BRANCH AT MACLEOff 712 3rd AVE. S, E. CHAPLIN, Lethbridge. B. CHAPLIN, Macleod. f'lcvtrlanil i New York r Chicago i WashlnRlon 41 '30 j Livingston at third, 1 Harry H ml son started the seventh, taking a a double iu stinger off night when tlie Rotes and Miners i-lash in the fight for second position.; The youthful porlsicter of the Holes has had a good rest recently ST. AUGUSTIN'S TO PRACTICE whal tlie score would hare tjt-en larger ivilh a less skilful player lhan bor in goal for North J.etliliriilRn. Tiini- bor played tbe best game lie lias put up this flcasou and stopped many shuln that have gone for scores In oilier A practice' is called for St, intermediate teiim oil evening', June 30 -I- at 0.4d sharp, A full attend- anco of boys is requested to gel in sliape for Tburaflay. '17 U1J cf Schweitzer, if 1-b y- O'Connor, r I Stone. Mi Furlong, p Tiiuniati, SP Mackie. rf SMOKING TOBACCO: iit. LnilJS llctroit.......... 21 Philadelphia .....'17 DETROIT, .luno i a tnateb from, Deli'oit l.u 13 In i: n. II. Cl. ..............13 14 I 5 VJ Clcntlc and Scbalk; Ayers. Okrlc Allen ann Ainsinith. Jjanlon. Leaders Win Handily ST. I.OUIS, illinc hit Solhoron almost aided by tbe lorn' f.oitis. 7 to 4. ScoreL Cleveland 31. Louis 1 0 If an.l HnllKnun.' llnrns. rf I Rurt.-ell ami Illilinns. Ivins- 'f i Athletics Win After 18 Losses ''reen. i> WASHIN'CITON. .Inns I'hihulel- liblii rndefl iu slirol; of IS I g.iinos by Washing- utn tmby. f> lo 2. days of tlie high cost of while paners. 3351! BOX SCORE AH U II I'O A K 2. 2 C.f.'.'s nl will toiiny anil! IJvingslon, defeated St.] Wrist. J-b TUniclir.r. FS It.' H. 7 4 0 K.; If 1; Ilolinaii. l.f...... I 12 11 "26" 5 Al! I! H I'O A 0 :i 1 'i 1 (I 1 0 fi (i 0 II. I) n n n i weather and the diamond in good con- j dilion Ihe crowd is assured of one of Ihe best games of tbo yeiir. The Min-; ers liave n great crcnvd of rooters j which will assure excitement galore, i An InlereKting hit of news is liiat i of tile RoUriaus bave signed lip IVender-1 01 past. Ihe Monaich lefthnndnr, wlio is' great guns Ibis year, lie vvill Q filAy wilb tbeni in the provincial Ker- plir-s for '.he Campbell, U'll.son iirnl illorne Itolary cnp. t There is nlpd n rnhior lbci C. C.'a will liuve KnudaOii. the Clares- on Ihe niuunil in tlieir 2 licit same. He has been playing hi 1 Medicine all spring, d Incidentally 1-JrtPtorm park (lif.itiond n i is lo lie flaiited 11113 week. 0 i Night Service WE ARE IN A POSITION TO GIVE YOU UNQUALIFIED FACTION FOR THE FOLLOWING WORK OILING AND GREASING EMERGENCY CALLS TIRE REPAIRS Our night man is at your service any hour. Lethbridge Motors Ltd. ELEVENTH.STREET SOUTH PHONE 1451 n 1 0 fi Harris i I'it'lnlcli. Ii. K.; '.I (I; r. 41 i .ami l 'i: u i: lulled IvaM. ti. H, i'1. !3 11 t- lO.ily ilii'r't' INTERNATIONAL ,UTSH> Cily -i, AKron -T. ftfitiiing AMERICANTSSOCIATION 'i K. 1. tOiily tbrr" il.j WESTKRNCANADA At r'j-iliiilijon: Mnu.-ir. Jaw S.istiii. by FJnlikcrs C. C'.'s i.iffll O'lf) Q1D-- I I C Siinilnary- Thine hafe tiita, Mc-KH- Ir.-p; [no base hits, Srlnvcilzer. Fair, O'Connor ijases, Mel-can 'J. Knrlwis 2. V'aselcuak; Blnic'K out by ity iflidpon I. by r'ur- lone on liaila, off (Irecn all Iliiilsftn I: liil liy pllciier. hy Ihnl-j sou. H'nlr. by Knrlons. Livingston: ilmiblp plnys, Hutlaon lo Livingston, i Miictin Iu Fair iu earned Ilatikcrs ;i; lime of game 1 hr. SUNDAY SCHOOL .PlCN'C All ninnbi-rs of tiie sjioris ami crifrrlalnmelit .commiltr-c of the Sunday school picnic are roiiucsiKd lo be til Ihe Y.M C. A al s u.in sharii'lotlay. Any- K-IKI is lo helji en- 'lorlnin Ibo chiliinm by organli- IIIL' chines or in any olber wtfy will be welcomed at Ibis mecl- ing. J-ivuryoue concerned mnsl a In be liiere ns this is tbo last meeting and many irrijioriiuil tbiiiya have to be inin.: 1 Noles on the Came When Ihe hatting uicrngcs arc i made ui> llarvcy Hchwcitzor Is Koing I lo br: uji thc-re close to tltc lop. lie istia-; gol thrtc bilf. on'! a tuo bagger, two I walks, and four runs In five trips lo nion-itlie 10. Charlie U'Connor seems io have 410 FIFTH aTREET Take a Look at Yourself in one of tho ncm- straw hats have rto.'Vto it. yes? Voii'll not find s'ii'iirlcr jjlylcs tnappler motlcU anywhefo, All iJic very Ifdftst aiiprcv- rci mojlola arc litco wIMt nil-width uFlirirn. all colors' and Hcplh of Don't wait lil! the hslf over. now gc; y full seasons service from your straw lid. _ FLANNEL TROUSERS Plain whft? atifl black am] n-hiift slripcis, made of clolli well sponged and shrunk, in all LOUIS KEEL SHOP OF rAsmoN cnArr CIXHTHES AND TUB FLORSKE1M SHOE BLOCK SIS :-TFTH BT.