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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX 11 IE LETHBHIOGE D.ULV.iiERALD. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 1920 BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus WE LI.'I DON'T hWSP BEAT UP 6Or WOULD MIND TCLUN'tlE WHAT IT I ABOOT! THIb CGVT LAWT IT CM-IE IN i ufcurw -ot _ You'll Like What We Serve and How We Serve THE SILVER GRILL N. H: MURRAY, MANAGER Corner Fourth Ave. and Fifth tt. JULY 1. FOOTABLL 11 a.m. ADAMS PARK Miners vs. St. George's JULY 2 Baseball Eckstorm Park 6.45 P. M. Rotarians vs Bankers Football Adams.Park 6.5O P. M. N. Leth. U. .vs Fragments Rotarians Put Up Fine Ball Game by Miners Youngsters Came From Behind Huff, c Steve Seaman Pitched Strong Crowd Turned Played With Ro- tarians. LEAGUE STANDiNG Won. Losl. Pet. Bansers 6. 3 .667 5 3 Miners 1 C, C.'B 1 6 Cbsluck. r! Baceda, 3-b 5. Seaman, p B. Seaman. II HillinE, 1-b After a nip and tuck battle th'e Rot- Brians defeated the Miners by a five In fourscore at Adams Park last night Trent Into second place In tho lea- sue, Tlio Kolarians came from be- hind, lieiug the score jq tho seventh "fiijd irattlEg in the winning run in Ihe eighth and then Mniholiand held tho -SIlnerE. This Kas the first same Mul- holland has gooe tbe niuc rounds and 5t was attended by a larje crowd, both loams receiving generons support. Sang, c...... Morrison. 1-b lionnell, It Rldpatli. 3-b .500' DuDBWorth, rf .1421 Rose, .-js Brlggs. 2-b Tambor, 2-b 2 15 BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. NATIONAL LEAGUE .7 27 Jackson; ct Fraltck, cf Mulhollaml, n 39 6 R H PO A E 0 3 13 S 1 0 1 "7 0 0 0 0 0, 3 0 0 o ,c o !o 0 -'0 Score S 2T 83 R. II. B, Rotariane ..001 010 583 Miners......200 110 4 7 i6 Summary Three bass blu, Ctmjuick, Jackson; two base bils, Sang, Dnnswortb: stolen bases, Sang Rose, Tambor, Mu'V Driggs torncd out with the RotarlanB s> Morrjson 2, and played second bate for fouri j. geanian, Huff, Cholnck 3, Baceda, -S. Seaman, Hilling; BtrucX Cincinnati St. Ixiuis..... hicagc Brooklyn..... Plttsbufg..... Boston New York Philadelphia Won S4 31 Ixist "H Pet. .567 .531 .524 .5CS .500 .500 .49i .103 WESTERN GOLFERS FIGURE IN AMATEUR GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP 'j Winnipeg and, Calgary Contest- Cincv Pulls Away CINCINNATI. June won from loday a to-1. Fish- ,er, though hit hard, ,-was strong witii men on bases. SI. Louis...........-.. 1 11 A Cincinnati 5 10 n. Jacobson, Sberdel and DflhoefBr; Fisher and Alien. BraVaa' Easy' Win BOSTON'. Jnne banged Cailore and Mohart loday, winning from Brooklyn 8 lo 1. B-ooMvn............... 1 12 1 SCOTT CUP GAME THURSDAY MORNING Thursday morning at eleven o'clock tbe tie game between George's ;and She Miners will bo played -im at Adama park: in the Scott cup competi- tion: As these teams are well matched a close fame is anti- cipated. ants Win in First Exdiing Games -Arc Being Played. Practical Luggage '.AT. COST HERE ARE BAGS AND SUIT CASES that are Tery practical lor Ihose- -week end trips; Just as practical for lone distance travelling) Very practical, yet an -atmosphere .of liuury hi the design, construction and finish. When yon put away fine in. jour bag you lito to. have it look You fhs inside nicely finished. Yon will enjoy the air of fteganc'a in values. They will last yon (or years years. Every bit of baggage. In the store to clcwr at cost while they lait. onr BERTKESTER'S MSN'S SHOP The Howe of 20th Century Clothing Hotel Block OR (lie Hit For jChampion off Coaldlale Boston S 1C The game opened wilh JInlholland a walk' and Chnmlck hilling lor thres bases, coming borne on a wide throw to the plate. Mul- hollanil was wild during the but ihe men gave him saved toward tbe end oi the gamu when he selUed down. Tho Holarians not do much to talk about in lie first two Innings, seven men facing Steve Seaman in Ihose innings In the third Innings the Rotes got a start and Mulholland got Iha first run. He got refo on a single lo cenlro and stole second. Morrison got safe on an error by Zu- bach, short stop and Mulholland weal home when Huff put a wild throw to out by Saiman 17, by Mulholland 15; bases on balls off Mulhollated 3; left on bases 7, Miners 7; earn- ed runs Miners 1, Um- pire, Wray. Friday's Game Friday night's game at, E-cXstorm park between Rotarlans and Bankers will juat about decide the way the teams are lo finish fn tho clly league. It the Bankers win they will have safe lead, b'ol If Ihe. Rotes win they will be on top of Ihe hoap by half s game. Hldpith and Furlong are. tho j likely pilchern, though it Is reported lhat Preudergasl of Monarch, who pul his oiopicker on a Koto conlract a fen- days ago. may bo seen In action. Cadore, Moliert and Kruegcr; and Gowdy. Divided Double-Header CHICAGO, June Chicago ,and Pittsburg divided a 'double-header Coaldalc Wins in.Baseball Game By Six Qnc Score. _J! BEACONSFiBL-D, Que., June 5 Western winners of the first round of the first consolation games played hero yesterday included: }vfalt Thompson.' Elmhursl, Winni- peg, from E. Royal, Mont- real: A; Campbell, Winnipeg, from P.I V. WlllianiE, Kanawakie; K. C. Allen, Winnipeg. fronvF. R. onto; B. L: Anderson, from r. O. Hale, Wlnnlpes. The draw for the first round of tha second consolation lo bs played today Include: V. F. F. Tribe, Norwood, Winnipeg, B. ChlHas, Beaconsfielri. Tbe draw for the third consolation, to be played loday Includes: j A. Campbell, Winnipeg, vs. J. T.! Ncvlnger. kanawakie; A 'Hutchison, vs.' K MARATHON IN EAST- day, the visitors .winning the first] 11 innings and the} game 4 to 3 locals 14 to 3. 1'iUshnrs Chicago Cooper and Hauffner; O'Farrcll.. Second same r ituh erg- -fFrcm Our Own COAI.DALK. t s oidalB ball team travelled up to Cham- 3 II n pioh last Saturday to play thc well Garviii and 'known team of that town and won by j six to one. The-wealiier was Ideal for playing ball, but if they had listen- 3. 6- QI cd .to sonic of the small-hearted fog- .HIS 1! gles they would novffrtJiave gone for Meador. Watson! Blake and Hacff-ilho? vere lold yourj'ro-BUre lo get ner; Ilcridrts and Daly. i itched. Gianta Beat Phillies Bit 'hey travelled with a llghl I a I Chicago JUVENILE SCHEDULE SPORT FOR NEXT WEEK FOOTBALL I Jo'J' ContcJstants fgr' "Antwerp Will Be Picked at Hamilton Grind. riipcs. oojs ago. may DO seen in z< aecond in an effort to cu Morrison off. Wg croTd wH1 be ot) deck MulhoDand In Hole Tha Miners did not score until the for Ihe game, and SupL Morris has promised PHILADELPHIA, June hearl and a strong, mind lo pul il York defeated 1'hllatielplila here to- Champion. H was a fine gnrae day 7 to 1. York............ 7 Philadelphia Douglas and Snyder; to have the diamond floated so end Wheat fourth when tliey increased their ieadta fan game may be possible. Every! "_ by.one run. Baceda. the first man up jan thc cUy should te on deck 1 !J Illxey, BEACONSFIELD, Quo., June ceiling golf was seen In the first round In the Canadian .amaleur cham- pionships played here this morning. The featnre game of the morning was (bat between George S. I.yon of Lamb- Ion, a ex-Canadian champion, and .0. C. Cochrane, Marylnfld. After a ding- dong baltlc. the two were all square at the .clghlcenlh bole, and a extra hole had to be played Mr. won. Another match that was fought ouii to the finish- was that of FYilz Hamilton, also an ei-Canadian cham- pion, and Matt Thompson, of Winni- peg. JIartin won on the lasl hole by a splendid putt. Brice Evani of Boslon. was pdefcat- afler a lough slrngglo wilh T. S. HAMILTON, June Can- ada's marathon event which will decide wbo'wlll carry the Maple .Lent In the Olympic marathon.at Antwerp, Belgium, will be held on Monday, Jnly 18, over tho farnqna Hamilton around-the-bay course. Thc distance ia-19 mllea yifrds." The host ione distance nmners in tlic nominion will be entered ami the first four or five to finish will be sent on thc long trip aa Canada's representatives. Run- ners as from for .west as Van- couver nnd Halifax-In the east, are counted on to tahc part m the (rials. Mary Ya'Wesier, L.p.B. TS United B. DBited A. St. Augurtin. United a. vs 8t. Mary. Jun.lor 5 United A. va St. Auguctin. St. Xfar? ys United B. L.D.S. vs 'Wesley. V i UnlUd B. 'vB'-XJnlted A, fc" BASEBALL Intermediate July St. United A. .7-rUnittd p. vs UD.S. Wesley vs Knoi. L.D.S. vs St. Augustin. Junior L.D.S. vs WesJoy. Knoi B. Knoi A. 7 Knos 0. TI Baptist v St. Augustin va United A. United D. TS IxD.S. Wesley 78 Knox A. drew a walk and after stealing second was brought home by a single by 11111- who crossed the home plate. The Miners made another In the fifth on three hits. Mtilholland, got himself Into a serious hole and was Eaved by a double play. Chumick singled down the third bass line and j J. Seaman followed with a single lo t 'left. Huff singled to lelt Bon-! pell made a pretty throw catching Chumick eight feet ofi third. Choi-: lack hit a fielder's choice and got salol and Baceda flkd out lo Tambor on i second, who doubled Huff at thlru. Tho run was scored by.Keaman, who caught botween Hldpath and Sang on the home slrotch and gol eaTe when Sang dropped Ihe ball. Rolei Busy That ended ihe scoring for Ihe Miners, Tho Holes (balked up two In the seventh on two hits. In ,fifth Innings Jackson hit for three bases ani! crossed home when Sans doubled to centre. Tambor In the eeventh singled lo led nnd I-YaUc'.: flied col to'Ztibach. Mulhollaml gil this game whlc'n threatens to tie Ihe best of the season, and will be, loo. tf j The Roles AMERICAN LEAGUE I everybody working well but the fans i i who accompanied the, learn say it was S loo lame. Iht? fielders.and third base- i nillesplo of Calgary, (j. man of our team having nothing to Win. Kanawakee, Cana-i jrlo also Ihe crowd could have beenldlan champion, won his game from whole lot belter. It was a. nine j Jets Applcgalh, Toronto, wilh ease. 'Iinning game with result! as follows Results won out List ssme in Ihe nlnlli inning in thc Ther'rc getting the habit. Cleveland New York Chicago Washington Boston St. Detroit Philadelphia Won Pet. 31' .IP '80 21 17 .046 .5S7 .534 Jackson. 3-b O'Connor, llendrlcks. C-b. Climy, ct Wliltlng, rf BOX SCORE T. Glllcspie, Calgary, beat Brlca A.B. PO n H A BjBvans. Hostoii. by 2 and 1. at Matt U, .592 I Smith, l-li ,4S9i Davis. BS .m -Xoblo, p Yanks Win In 9lh 1 N'KW YOflK. Juno Ynn-i kccs liy a ninth-inning rally today Charr.plon-- 27 S 10 3 AB PO R II A Mnny Crews To pelc on Schuylkill Kivcr On Monday. j lloslon K lo i i Boslon............... New York............ o I Jones, 1'ennock and Waller j mahlen anil Hnnnah. Irtdiane Take a Brace I ST. I.Ol'lS, Hill. 2-b OjSlarr, c 0 If Bennett, ct Wise. 1-b I Clever, .T-li 13 'I 0 0. 0 0 0 0. 0 June tblltle. rf itook two pnraos from Kt. IxjulB loday, 1 Slier, p I hltUng tlic local pitchers hard uurl get-1 IIIJK material In Ihe second i contest from fit. Louis' errors', fl 1.1 2 I'HIUMJKLI.IIIA, 'aiid O'Neill! safe when John Seaman could roll make up his mind where lo throw the! Monilay will nillo dnsli K.irao ball, Tamjpr lo llilra on the' senior shifiln (luinjilonsWii play. ;Sang flew out to A. Penman l-'fhn onlries ii'du-tt lion uihWc o! tin in left and Morrltdn singled, llonneil' 15uu club. Toronto anil struck out. Tambor OL V. U. Martin, Hamilton, bea (M Thompson, Eimhurst, Winnipeg, 1 up. j o! J. T. Cuthbert, Winnipeg, beat A. 0 I Campbell. 3 and 2. (j t Frank Thompson. Mlssissauga, beat 0 j K. C. Allen. Winnireg. 1 and 1 F. Tribe. Winnipeg, beat W. R. I] Campbell. FSPM, 5 and 4. 0 j Douglas Laird. St. Charles. Wlnnt- I peg, heal A. Hutchison, Mont- 2 real, 3 and 2. M Ej C. W. Hague. Calgary, beal L. And-' jlernsoo, Lambloh, G and o. I M. Hotlgecn. Royal, 1-Ionlreal. beat} 0 i V. O. Hale. Winnipeg, 4 and 2. v fy FIGHT FOR LEAGUE ff LEAD ON FRIDAY RotarianG by winning day night's game will go into ff first place In tbe league. That situation forecasts au oxcillng ff baseball game for lhat night be- cause IKo Bankers will be right on Ihelr toes to hold Ihcir lead. Tho game will be played at "Ecbstorm park and as the city