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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX fHE LETHBR10GE DAILY: HERALD TUESDAY; I. 1911 By G. McManus BU1GHEW 465 Filth Street South BRINGING UP FATHER IF YOU VArVT -XOOR XOOX.U (WE TO TO THE HOytE-' I JOVT F.' 'rr THCHOOljE1, -W. irt> VERX KIND OF VOL) TO Mt- THVi FAR I' VCXJ VIOLIN VJEXR A VOURE NOT TO City Internationals, were released to the'Winnipeg and Regiiia clubs of the Canada League, respectively. With the binding over of four hundred dollars by the Veterans' hockey team to the L. A. A. A., last night the executive of the socfatTon, feel that the wiping off of the seven hundred dollar debt Is now assured. They decided to devote ail subscriptions to the pro- motion of'junior sport. Twenty-fourth of May promises to' be. a big day in the sporting line. The Hudson Bay company proposes to hold a monster picnic in the afternoon and in the morn- ing an international soccer game will be held In Adams Park, and baseball some time during the day at Hckstorm Park. dent, lecoruing ponding and a treasurer, laft named-of fie era r to .form the .eieeutire commitfee. It Svas proposed that all ttio eie- cnlire officers slipuM lie 'ni'eiiiber.s of the- Nelson club, should attend meetings and when called- on. report all matters affecting-.their. 1 12 1 2. 13 2 Smilh and .iMiller; Filljiigcin and O'Neill, v Pound Giant Pitcher May delphia' .poimded.--.Nebf for 21 hits to- day, winning York.-Score: New Turk. PliiladerpiiTa- 0 '0 9. 21 TORONTO. May 4.-M3eorse Gild- ing, .champion walker the wjrld, has applied to the National tion Commitleo for. reinstatement. In his application to Claude- Robinson, it is understood, Sir. lug states that at (he Y.M.C.Ai is. not that ol'.a-.'pl director. .It is on this claim tae ras TfSiCS his application i gave Boston- a -2 to 1 vlctorv. Filliu- cause' Hie amateur auUiolvtiei reinstate a. physical" director. is one', of- the fleetest eVer-developed, and he. would undoubte.dly Can- ada -were he penitited to compete in Uib Olympic gauies atAntwerp. :At Stockholm in lW2Jhe beat, the nest bpiibhejits" the World' could produce, and was hailed as'champion. the RegisIratidii Committee declines to reinstate Gouiding, It is likely (hal "Jnkp" lYeeman-will rsp. resent Canada at the Olympiad. -with a Hard-erMlaMo, stylish' for A! Nehf-.and. B. Smith; Meadows and Tragressor.- Champs Drop Double Header. CIXCIN'XATJ, May both games first doubleheader f .the 2 .to 1 and Long Innings Record Smashed BOSTON, May and Brooklyn battled 20 a. jl to 1 tie today, breaking th former major league record of 24 Innings, C3- 'tabliahed by Boston Americans and j Philadelphia on Septemoer irl906, JERSEY CITY. 'May first] when Jack Coombs 6( Philadelphia I. ,s Chicago 2 .1. S. Vaughn and Kariden- {Second game.) Chicago Cincinnati Aiejander Killifer; Brc-ssler and Wingo. Fisher, BEACHER AND MORAN WON 12-round boxing, bouts permitted un- der the amended state boxing iaw in- creasing the limit from eight rounds, were fought here last night in the open air.'-Willie Beacher, Xew York, out- fought Touiir Andy Chancy, Balti- more, .earning Ihe honors in cigbt of the rounds, wllh one even. Both are tealherive'iRhis; {11 another 12-round contest, 1'al Moraii. a liglitweight of New Orleans, oulpoihted'Jolinny Orummie, of Jersey City. 4 7 5- 7r 0 13 TENDLER ON POINTS ST. PAUb, Minn., Hay Tetidler Philadelphia, outpointed Jollnn'y Tlllliian'o! Minneapolis.' in a' 10-round'no-decision boxing contest heisj last night. The men uro light- O'DONNELL BEAT BURMA.N May cut ,ioe O'Donncll, GouceslfT.'N. J.. defeated Joe Hunnan, Chicago, in a six-round bout here last night. O'Don- ncll had the advontage all the way. THE TALK of THE TOWN That's WhaL They Suits I Sold Last Week at .00 Have surely reserved many prospective members from ithe Overall'Glub and no wonder, for those standard .models and young men's waistline eflecls cannot be duplicated, in. the city in any respect, i hey need no further .advertising. The suits already sold are rapidly selling the balance of this consignment. Fred Thaell Athletics Were Easy WASHINGTON, May ton knocked Martin and Hasty but ot the box in the first Inning ning easily from to 6. defeated Joe Harris by-4 to. 1. It was a'pilcher's contest between Joe Oeschger and formerly of Gonzaga university, Spokane, with honors in favor of tho' Boston pitch- er. He allowed only'.nine hits and in 16 innings the Brooklyn batters were retired in order. OSschge'r has o.l- loveri only two earned, runs in consecutive innings- this season. The fielding on bolh sides was brilliant. Olson saved Brooklyn in the ninth', when, with the bases filled and one out, he Stopped Pick's grounder, tagged Powell Sine, and then threw-put the batter': Make Remarkabje Double In the 17th- one of the most re- markaMe double plays ever'Been in Boston retired Brooklyn. The toaaes were filled and one was out .when Kllloll grounded to pefechgcr. Wheat forced at the plate, but Oowdy's hraw to Holke and was urnblecl. Konctchy tried-'to score rom second and Oowdy received -Score: .n. H. iolke's throw to one. Bide and threw j Chicago 7 Im'seif bltndly across the plate to St-Louis............... 1. mccr Konetchy's sriikcs.with bare_ fist Only twice did a uKookiy'ii runner each third, in the fifth when Krue- ger scored, and also, In .the, seven- SURREY HANDS BEATING TO NORf.HAMPTON3HIRE LONDON, ilay Canadian As- sociated is not'yol in full s'wWg, but-a Etart has been made in the -county, champion- ship series with Surrey against-Nortn- aniptpnshlre. The latter suffered 'a heavy defeat In a twodays' play.' Sur- rey made 266 and 376 ior three wick-, ets while 140 and 103 were the-full Northamptonshire. -'k_. 1 Hobbs, o! made the first century of the season. Sandbam also scored 55 and Abel -This year the.return'has been mads to' matches and many con; teels'. will, start American .League Chicago Cleveland Boston...... Washington w York St. Louis Philadelphia Detroit Lost. Pet 10 10 11 7 0 5 4 1 -S3? .714 .733 .500 .420 .117 .07J 4 JOSH "JOSHES" HANK ft Score: Philadelphia...... Washington Martin, Hasty, -Rommel kin R.r H. B: e' -ii i 11 11- 2 and Per- PHONE 1160 THE aUALITY STORE '316 FIFTH 8T, S., LETHBR1DOE Cadore- was hit eenth. pitched auperably in many Joston threatened to.score repeatedly, nit Cadore's mates c.irtie to his rescue. Cadore iVips BoecHel Courlney, Snyder'and Picinich.- Sox Win Enlly ST. LOUIS, hit Sothcron freely, today during his.slay fii the box and aided by loose, fielding on the part of the local team defeated SL for the third tlme.i C. Williams and Schalk; Sotheron, and Soveroid. Defeated By Discard KBW YORK, Jlay S.-nAllan Russell, When Josh showed Hank a golf ball neatly holed on the five-hole course back of Josh's barn and swore he had made it In one from a tee near the barn, 229 yards kviay, Hank refused to believe It, Josh was a' real dub with the said he had a wit- neit and bet Hank about the 'stroke. A neighbor wai produer ed who declared he Josh make It, >o Hank paid over the money. But he incredulous jutt the same, and the next day said to the neighbor "Can't figure out how Josh got that there hole Ih One slfwke. He's an awful bad hand with the driver." Then the neighbor spilled the beans. he Mid. "Join drove the ball flret and then dug the holt around It." Western Canada but j-Yankce pitching discard, defeated New York today, 3 to 1. Score: H. II. K. Boston 1 I.Ncw York.............. 1 'i 1 Brooklyn scored'in the fifth inning 1 Russell and Mogrldgo and on a pass to Krueger. a fielder's choice and 'ginglfi. Tioston scored In the sixlb on Cruise's triple ind Coeckcl's single, fiocckel fwas Detroit-Wins One at Ua DBTROIT, May :pHch ing and hunched hits when they wcro A rema'rkiible, picture ehowlng Paul Journee, of' France, fallliiB to tho floor after administered by Bombardier (Billy) Wells In the thirteenth found during 'heir recent bout-In; -Albert Hall 'London The Frenchman, before being knocked ouf, had taken different of six, nine eight, and seicn in Various rbunda.. Wells knocked out .Sadie McOtforty, of (he 16th round last iveeK council.of. requested the blnn temers lo palrol Iho streets, replacing the police Ihrown out at tins pla'le Iryliic to I needed broke' lJetroil'9 long losing icoro from first baso on Maranville's streak today.und the Tigers won from iloublc lo right centre, Hood making Cleveland, S to'1. a remarkable stop. Cadore's inter-1 Scnrn: It. .H. L. ccplion of tho throw and ijiilck peg I Clevclam] 1-41 to Krucger Just nipping Ilocckel and i mnklng it possible ID play Urn record-'! Morion, Murclieson, .Smllh iincl 0- bri'aklrig game. Tli.e conies', also Leonard pnrf Ainstnith. criimla the murk of 20 consecutive I scoreless Innings made by PittsburK' and noston Scpiember 1918, when IMttshurg won by lo 0 111 Ihe 121st inning. Score: Brooklyn .0 0 0 0 I 0 0 0 0 0 0 000 I) I) 0-1 'J t lioalo........0 0 0 0 0 1 0 O'O 0 0 oooooooooooooo is 2 (uamo called account darkness.) and K1- Holt; Ocschscr International Robin Hoods Win Opsner MOOSE JAW, -May .la; won jfho opening game of thu 1920 seaaon here IcxJay when they dcfoatcd the Tieglnas by a wore ot 7 lo 6. Score: Regina................ G 12. 1 Mooso Jaw............ 7 10 H 'Plllct snd 'Milmnan; Macholil and M'm'hall. Quakers Seat Maroons YV1XNIPS3. May a game In which Jioth sides looked verj' bud al times, the Saskatoon qunkers (iVbiied up tho opening series by de- leating the Maroons Hero Ih'o noon-by a scorn of 13 to S. Score: Saskatoon.............. 12 11-4 Winnipeg 8 8 n Krisch, and llachanl; -Ilcnlon, Sctia'ac-k and Newman. 410 FIFTH 6T3EET WE HAVE A SMALL STOCK OF OLD STYLE HUPMOBILE PARTS in Died Cars "General Repairing', All Work Guaranteed MECHANICAL GARAGE Corner 4lh Ave, 'and'3rd 8t.'8. PHONE 1134 :t Syr.iciuo: Toronto, 3; Syracuse, At Jersey City: Buffalo, City, 2. v At Heading: Itochester, I 3. At Akron, 2; Z; .lerscy Head inic, American Assn. At Columbus, 1; Louisville, I. At Toledo, 7; Indianapolia, 3. At SI. Paul, I; Milwaukee, 1. At Minneapolis, 30; Kansas City, 1. Look After the Small Repairs When you -.find that you .have bolls, leave them that .way, -It ooilK nioiuy to neglect tho. fiiisill ihliiBa. We can fix them ciulckly ond cheaply.' LETHBR1DGE MOTORS LTD, 1454 ELEVENTH STREET SOUTH ;