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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGR SIX r. LRTiinninoE DAILY HKRALIV FRIDAY, MARCH 1.9, 1920 I BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus Gasoline Sic The Canldlin Sivlng De- vice auirantwt to 30 per ctnt, of 8" WlM-sind It better, For the 'Ford and Chevrolet the (wlct It M'-OO For the Dodge the price !t Made to fit all models and sizes of FOR .TRACTORS See "a about thU wonderful little gas anif money'Saver. Mechanical Garage MONAHAN KOT bo CO6G VJITH ME I fEEL LIKE AJH OlOT WHEN I'M OOT DON'T STAND THESE LIKE AN IDIOT BUT OO I TAKE TOR A STROLL JOtt OOc. CATCHER COR. 4TH AVE. 3RD' ST. S PHONE 1190 The Melting Pot Your Head Needs "Hatting and Capping" Of Leask went right after the ten pins lait night. He did some splendid bowling, to put it tight- ly, but at that he was not on the winning team. Kt rolled 607 and did not blow a frame In his three games. RAYMOND, March Browning Indians will meet the flaymond hoopers in tfto Opera House Saturday night. Ail arrangements havp been mado nncl tho biggest crowd of the season is expected to bo on hand to see (lie Monlnna champions. Owing to a misunderstanding the Columbus Club baseball team referred to as the K.C.'s. This team will be known In Lethr bridge as the C.C.'S. BASEBALL IS TOO ROUGH FOR FRANCE 4 i Bowlers Gol Off to Good Start j SELKIRKS LEAVE .TODAY FOR TORONTO In Rolled 607 in Three Games Tonight Browning meet with a hard bunch of hoopers when they stack up aflalnst tr.e Lethbrldse boys at the Y.M.C.A. The are due In Utlh- jrldge on this afternoon'! train ami will be In good for to- nlght'i battle. The local.boys hive been keep- ing In good shape and the team, as a whole, ll fit for anything.- To- night's game exceed the contett. between Edmonton and Lethbrldge lor excitement and good pliy. The Brownlnj are Montana champions and have only one game this season. The for tonight jv.lll be 50 and 75 cents. Because of numerous broken j-> fingers among France's com- ing army officers Ihe general i-fr has forbidden playing baseball al the military camps o.' El. Cyr, Franco's West Point. The genwal staff order de- i clares baseball is too rough for French officers. H was eiplain- that tliB French youths, not having been trained in the game from boyhood, invariably break their fingers.in trying to catch the ball. The game has become tremendously pop- ular throughout France since ii was Introauceil by Ameri- can soldiers. Needs and' Shover, However Came Out on Top By Fif- i (ecn Match j Not I'lavcd Tonight la the night '.ethbrldge hoopers stack up against the hard- est proposition they have faced this season. Browning will be on the job with a reputation of being Montana 'champions and haying only lost one .game all teason. The gallery and seats downstairs at the Y.M.C.A. should be packed tonlghti Knothole Gang is To Remain Intact .Two learns hattled In the opening contest of the ten-pin tournament al I baseman. Talk in the Giant's catnpis that i George Kelly does not make the grad as Hal Chase's successor then Mlk Couzales will be convened Inlo a firs the Dominion Alleys last ulghj. j Necds-Shover cametfut on top by 1" pins over Srnilli-I-eT The feature of tho evening was the bowling of i.cask. He dirt not htow .a frame in his three games. FpUowing is iho score: Smith heask Totals N'eeds Sho'rer 109 206 607 375 319 TEN-YEAR-OLfJ LAD ST. Breadon of BEATS PRO. FATHER st_ Cardinals has annoimc- 'ON PINEHURST innt wilt continue lo issue i passes to the ''Knothole Gang" CVCD PINEHURST, N. Wilson, eacli hoy's complimentary tick- BOiroJ Willie Wilson, the Pfnehurst ct nlllst jellied for with the visit !v York harbor golf ing jifotional League club on the basis j- celebrated his tenth. birtbday a, bleacher' admission fee. by defeating his father by four up in i Ijast Tear boys were admit- the course of a match In which lo ihc Cardinals' games, and 1 BOU, the youngster IHO 'jjreadon-says ho.hopes the number strokes on the long holes .and one wm doubled. Making basebal] fans atroke on tha short ones. 'in this manner is an advisable move, 'Wijlio went around in the low sev- siluuid fcn taken'up by the other critics, but the little fellow seized tho league magnates. lead ht the start by winning tho first. liole in par and the next three in al ntrokc over par and robbed his fath- er of H half on the fourteenth by i'alhering in a birdla four on that. hole. STRYKER SOLD SAX ANTONIO, Texas., March 19 JlcGraw further reduced hia squad vesterday when ho released Pitcher Sterlin Stryker, right-hander, and >Vank Moguire, second bsFcinan, to harps for a while, hut n glass Jaw pre- vented tho freeing of Ireland in Peter's day, Alas for the rtinlressfu! country In which I have inherited on 'Hif; Sfrxon yoke ami the Saxon toehold j George Sisler of Ihc St, Louis Drowns says he knows of one batler at. least whose average will increase fce- inters.il. nf the abolition of freak dellv-, ".cries. That one tiattcr Sis-, seem fated to clamp II if it la ndmlls that (rick pllching Ing for a right upneroul from one inhered'Mm. If Slslor nils much nitltvo-tiorn, though llie unlive- Dcttcr than ho did last year, as ho RECORD PRICE FOR ELEVEN MONTHS' FILLY born are Eiiways in there trying. thinks he will, Ihey'll have none new balling marks to nhoat at, tt PIOKING V.'INNERS OF NATIONAL LEAGUE JACKKON'VILLK, Fla.. Mnr. Cincinnati. Brook- lyn. Timt Is Ih'; way Captain Wheat, ni me lirooklyn Na- tionals, picks lhr; firPl three In the National league pctinjint rate ol IMfl. As 10 the declares a grrat rest1! upon tfic abllily of (Jernio the Woslcrn Canada re- c.rutt, to play Iho sun lltld. If the youngster can, Urooklyn surely will among tho first Ihreo. The distinction tit "Sunday In wearing apriarel finally hns hit base- liall. Since llie time that tho lirfil Sun- ilny f.-dmn wna played in the major league the Sunday suit !ina not (Kir intu Irofii iha cilll ivhti'-ii Ihc player worn each (lay, The of a, Sj.eoiii) mil for Snndciy never got any f.erious ct- stention until last summer, whcu i Phil Hall Ixrgan consider il. Plill j h.ipiienetl to gazo on his St.. llrywna on Sunday and decideil that llie uniforms did not fit idea of Sunday cleanliness. Now ho him sent'In" an order (or a special get of uniforms for tlic Hi-owns to wear in all Sunday games on their liomo Grounds, XBW YORK, March The sale of Hope Kirsco, an Il-monttis-oM black (lily, (or wfis announced here iodny as the record price for a trotter of her age. She was bought by Thomas W. Murphy, (he flranrl Circuit driver, who snid lo ho acllng for H. J. Reynolds, of Wlnclon-Saleiri, X.C. Cen f uf leefli In Atitomoliile ,1'Ny.; Weld and Rtlnforcc Aul'i iawford Weldin? ,Co. 2nd Ave., Opp. l.ctlibridat Hotel Phsr-.t Have Installed a Full Equtp ment tor Repairing .-j, tf f. tf fj j Cnn handle all mnlms of Expert Hot Air Furnace Work FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet Metal Workers 6tH St, South Phone 1713 The Most Popular Recreation Dominion Bowling Alleys Dominion Bldg. Kntrnnro on Kixth Street. ANDY CAN FIX ANY RADIATOR TROUBLE. 418 Fifth Street South ;