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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SiX SATURDAY, MAY I, 1920 THE LHTHBRmO; DMLT-iiKR By G. McManus BRINGING UP FATHER SPECIALSFOR MONDAY I 4MD ARE COINU TO THE OPERA. ME fM COIN6 TQ PHONE FOR TlC.KE.TSij.St> QON'T.-XOO.CARE Veai stew, 2 Ibs. Veal Chopi, 2 tbs. 5Se BUTGHETERm 405 Fifth Street South Aston Villa Won On Fluke tedding Hitter Kuih; Rousch and Other Big Timber Gentry Are Trailing Behind BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. Second, Game Won" by Oppon- ents Kfcking Through 'Their Own Goal National League Cardston To Have Big Team Baseball Promises to Boom Organ- ized (By Tom Watson in Toronto i Cincinnati Telegram.) Brooklyn Once again Dame Fortune'came tha assistance o[ Aston Villa., In the Philadelphia foa'rth round ot the English Boston _._. petition they were enabled to beat St. Tottenham Hotspur through Clay, of Chicago the latter team, kicking Jhrdugh Xew York, own goal. On Saturday m the although haviug the best of play and deserving to. win on merit, Won. Lost. Pet. S Z. S 4 0 3 .515 ij a .545 4 5 .444 7 .417 4 7 .364 o S .272 lans" had once luck for seeing theni safely' through to Victory and the possession ot the moEt coveted of nil Giants Lose Short Game PHILADELPHIA, April stopped today's game with New York in tho shcth Inning with tho locals leading 4 to 2. v CHICAGO. May Jackson, the Chicago outfielder, is leading the bat! lers of the American League with au average of .453. Ho made this mark in eight games. In which he had been at bat S3 times'and cracked out 14 hits, according to averages released today and which include (Wednesday's games. Johnson. Cleveland, Is sec- ond .the list with .463, acquired in nine 'games, and Hendrlx, Boston, with .4.32, is third. Ty Cobb, the Detroit star, last year's j batting champion, has not found hisj batting, eye, although he has partici- pated'in ten games. He has been Jt bat 37 times, but has made only ,sii hits for an average of .162.' "Babe" lluth, New York, the slugger who last season established a world's record of home' runs. Is slow In getting his: eje sharpened for hitting this season.: It'utb played In a half dozen games j before an Injury, received during prac- tice, forced him to retire for a while.! .and in the five hits he collected only i :ono was for an extra" base. It r.-as a double. Other leading batters for five or more games: Williams, SI. .455: Walters, Uoston. .414; C. Walker, Philadelphia. ;4lO; -Weaver, Chicago. .406; B. Col- line. Chicago. .400; Sneaker, Cleve- lanl 31S; Scoli, Boston, .306; Sisler. St. l.onls, .344. Walker has bagged two home :rnns. ami Holb, Washington, has stol- en six bases. JOE JACKSON Who George Colliding Believes He Is Compete at Antwerp seven minutes of this extra time had gone Wilson, the Huddersficld left- back, in attempting to clear a hot at- tack, was fortunate enough to 'head through his own. goal and this proved to be the winning goal of the game. Good Losers Though vanquished? In. this tho greatest event of the Hudders- 1 field Town deserve almost equal cre- dit, for although tile1. Victory 'went to the scientific played'the more-scientific the were unluckily al- ways at a disadvantage. It was., .the J lirst time Hudderafield had been i j finalists, but they have had a fully successful year, one of tho chief, results of which is their winning' pro- motion to the first, division .of, league. BOSTON, April; hits, au error and a wild pitch gave Boston! (Special to The IftraUl CARDSTOX, April largo and enthusiastic meeting, the prospect ot the best team ever, and a strong slate ot officers, constitute factors which look good to send tie Collision baseball team away to a flying start this year.'' All 4hat is now required is a little spring weather to start the baseball fever circulating through the veins of the players anil fans. Tho meeting was held last evening in the Calioon hotel and was well at-i tended by the 'business men of tho town. Chas. Cheesman, last year's efficient and bard-working manager, will again be at the helm. Mis past record as a raanagA dS amateur clubs speaks for itself. Sterling popular manager the Community Lumber Co., was c4iu. n.iu MIIU gaiu uuaiufi; three runs in the fourth inning today and Boston won 3 to 0. Score: Brooklyn 0 4 Boston 3 0 0 PfeSer and Elliott; McQuillan and O'Neill. Cincianati-PItLsburg, postponed, wel I as first and second vice-presidents. >G; Cahoon was selected to carry out the multifarious duties which devolve _ upon a'secretary's shoulders. strong .i finance committee was formed, as fol- lows: 31.' A. Coombs H. St. Louis Chicago, postponed, wet ounds grounds. American League TORONTO, April Canadian Gouldfhg, champion walker of the world, has applied to} DicappointinQ _ Crowd', press'aHd public made gallant efforts to create a-'pre'-wai' interest- in the match, whichi was played -on the Chelsea grounds; but obtained only a partial reward. the national registration committee I Tho match was well organized, some for reinstatement. In bis application I notable people attending it, and to Chairman Claude Robinson, it is Prince Henry made acquaintance Pittsbnrg, is lopping the of the National League with aa average of .600, made in live Karnes. He has been playing ths role if pinch hitter, and in five times at Dal has made eooil three times. Kil- duff, Brooklyn, is hitting .500, having made six hits in 12 times up. Horns- by. St. Louis, with .468, made in 11 games, is ihird. flousch. .Cincinnati, who led the regulars in batting last season, is hitting only .21C in 10 games. Other leaders are: Hath. Cin- cinnati, .463; Labourveau. Philadel- phia, .444; Z. Wheat, Brooklyn. .417; Daubert. Cincinnati, .376; rick, Bos- ton. .378; Bancrofl, Philadelphia, .361, and Groh. Cincinnati. .'451. "Mix Carey of Piltsbnrg Is getting away to a Hying start among the of New York, in bout five to his credit. here las! night. understood, Goulding slates that his work'at the Central Y. M. C. A. is not i that ot n pbysical director.' It is on this claim that the success1 o! his ap- plication rests, because the amateur authorities will not reinstate a physi- cal director. Goulding is the fastest walker ever developed, ami be would win many points for Canada were he permitted to compete in the Olympic ssames at Antwerp. At Stockholm. In 1912, lie beat the world's best and was hailed as -cha'npion. In case the registration committee declines to reinstate Goulillng. It is likely tlmt "Jake" Freeman will rep- resent Canada :u the Olympiad. Witlr all the heroes of the event and handed over-the cup .and medals at the -finish, but .the attendance was disappointing, and compared, 'un- favorably with the. old Crystal Pnlaco days with their record ot for the mighty tussle in 1913; when Aston Villa beat Sunderlaud with the same score aa Saturday.: Only people- were present, but the receipts were a record, Boston Chicago Cleveland St. Louis Washing ton New Tork Philadelphia D. J'olsom, Jos. Low, Mark Spencer, and Val Pilling. i The 'purchase of new equipment, methods' aiiit pcct of joining the Provincial Ama- teur Association, were'thoroughly dis- .cusscd. 31. A..Coombs, on -belialf of the Gym theatre, offered the hall' gfatiis ?or a Won. Lost. Pet, j free baseball dance. This most rcaa- 9 2 .SISjonable offer was accepted without Detroit..........., 0. 3 4 5- 7 7 11 .300 .000 -777) and some kind words were said about tho interest taken by Mr. I Coombs in tlie welfare ot. amateur 'It was decided to bold the 36? j dance on May 7lh. The sec- oftn retary was .also instructed to draft a letter o'n appreciation to the Cardslori Globe lor tho free service in. printing accorded tlie club last season. ,.._._ _____ Those pro-sent at GenerAl Repairing All Work Guaranteed MECHANICAL GARAGE Corner 4th- Ave. and 3rd St. 9. PHONE 1130 TOMMY BURNS SOUTHAMPTON, England, Apr. Ilia English has .signed 'articles to meet To'miny'Burna'.'lhe Cnha- dlltn holder .nt tho heavy v.-elght title. Tlic'dale of the match has not yet been settled upon. FIFTH STREET Ont., April I (Samoa will bo arranged for this lioli- Thomas ClappUon, (or twenty years an Inspector of Customs, died at JJuadas, aged years... Mayor Grey, Winnipeg, ycster- day, on Uio Falcons winning 'f tho world's hockey champion- xhlp at Antwerp. day. Tho grounds arc In firs't-rlass condition. All that Is needed Is roll- ing to put it in shape (or renl action. Another incentive to the aport is the Wednesday halMioliday which CQnics Into effect the raldfile of May. With tho ifnditldcd support of