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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta Ii SIX THK DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, MARCH 0, f BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus WORLD or I YANKS FIND NEW i BABE RUTH; BOBBIE MEUSE1, A SURPRISE Ctirdslon Crew Made T. Travel in First Half Northerners Strong in Second JACKSONVILLE, March lat- est spring find In the camp of tho Yankees is a "new Babe Ruth'" lie Is Bobble Meusel. tho boy from th'e in. is uouuie iieusei. tlio ooy irom me nil IU Coast. He indulged iu his ill j. I n first work-out yesterday. Meusel lids TV JV.ii on Huth botJi In size and if he keeps up hls'first day's record. He is over six feet (all and weighs (From. Our Own CARDSTOX, March to ner, but tils punch is stiffor. Even i appeared amazed when Uie big 'boy clouted them to nil parts of Ihe i I It was on third that .Meusel I shoue in defensive play. Both Teams Played Local Fans Good Value for Had Few Crowd Witnessed Contest on Y. M. C. A. Floor. Lethbridge played tho famous Unl-. was twenty-eight to twenty-eight. Thes vcralty of Alberta basketball team to a tie on the Y.M.C.A., floor Monday night. Tho score was 'twenty-eight nil. was the fastest gama ever wit- nessed in according to tallied in every respect. The Score Following Is tho score EDMONTON Baskets Dutchart, K. F. the'fans. Excitement reigned during j York. b. V. th9 entire time cf play. Edmonton Crazier, Centre started out by getting a Ihrea point Taylor. Guard Fouls 10 lead and the Lelbbridgo boys fought Love, Guard Total Young, F. McKillop, F. hard, It was not long nntll they .evened up and Edmonton came bock for.another small lead. During tbe early portions of tho game Edmonton had the bell of the scoring but as half time approached Xethbridgo hoopers got their stride' !5wln' _ fought every minute, halt tiros h V- resulting Iu a small lead for Leth- Iridge. Young High Scorer wos the high scorer for He counted for sixteen of the total score. To his credit was chalked up two baskets and twelve fouls. Irwln, playing centre, was credited with, eight points and George McKIHop, forward, witb four. Me- Killop mado two baskets and Irivin lad four. Kane and Brumraell. playing guard, had their work picked out for them j and they performed well. They play- c-d hard right from start to finish anil, made the Edmonton boj's behave! lieinselvea, while In their territory. LETHBHIDUE Baskets Fouls 12 ..28 Bonnell, O.......... Total...................28 Butcharl, right forward for Edmon- t5n mado twelve points for the Unl- rerslly team. Ha was credited will tuo baskets and ten foala. He play, ed a good game all through. Crozler, centre, got four baskets and Tork, left forward, got two baskets and Taylor, guard, got one. Qocd Combination Kdmontou showed a fine line of combination, many limes taking the inability of BrowrUng lo be present Hie ball from an Edmonton iilayer who shortness of notice, Edmonton hogging H. and holding up the and Cardston were the opponents for Bame which Phil likes to see in. pro- the basketball honors, at Ihe local Bress all the time. gviiuiasium on Saturday evening, and j the spectators enjoyed this ganio mor? The visitors were exceptionally than any other hero this season. Tho Phased with our gymnasium, declar- play was fast and escltlug all through It was tho best floor they had play- with Edmonton coming strong at the on slnco leaving Edmonton. The finish, the score ending 40 to IS Iu present tour included games at Sas- thelr favor. hatoon, Winnipeg, Hegina, Moose The game started shortly after Jaw anl1 Calgary, nine with a large crowd In attendance and judging from the cheering, they The preliminary gams between the High School and the' town second team resulted in an easy win for the former with the score of 28 to S. The High School played their usual good game and were highly complimented by Mr. Crozler who declared them to be a coming team. evidently received their money's worth for this contest, which was close and e-xcitlnr; enough for everybody. Edmonton went right In from the start and slipped In a basket In good style. In this half It was a case of "After you, my dear with Cardston gallantly enacting Ihe Gas-1 ion part, as they came right back with Behalf of the Cardslon Athletic (foul) basket. -Both' teams then j Association, as this Id'the last game peered two baskets in alternate