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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIS Tiir: UJTHBUIUGE DAILY HF.RALD SATURDAY, SEAT 8, 1920 BRINGING UP FATHER G. McManus DID tOU j I 1 O1O-AH iT'b THE CALL ON ,1 WObil-THr. PAINTE.R? 405 Fifth Street South Better Meats for Less Money We Are in Business to Give You GOOD MEATS For Less Money. Golf Green Antwerp is Hard BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. Offers Many Difficulties for All Except .ho KcrafcU National LcttQUe niombcr pledged hiniPi-lf-io work for] Big Year in U.S.A. for Tennis i Over Two Hundred Tourna-! I mcnts Sanctioned B.v Lawn Tennis Association. previous years, there had been a Inspiring TalUs at Ifenquci Las.! to keep the ,fclp but A Slugging Match ST. LOUIS; .May de-i ated St. Louis, lo to 11, in a slugging j today. '.XEW YORK. 31ay to 200 .tjI5 sanctioned teJinis tournaments arellst- In annual schedule of the Unit- ed States.Lawn "Tennis Association is- sued here today. Every section of the .-121 roUQtry is represented in the dislrl- button of dales and indications point to one of Oie.iuost successful seasons for the sport in the history a! one- or- I gantzaiion, Among tho early tournaments of im- mance !s the Church Cup match to red at Forest Hills, X.Y.. May Only the Best Goods We carry a full line of- work clothes in the..... best materials that we can buy. Overalls, Coveralls, Work Work Gloves, Work Pants, Heavy and Light .Sox, Cotton Underwear in all weights, and all other lines of work goods required, We Will Be Pleased To.'Show You Our Full Range. BERTKESTER'S MEN'S SHOP The Home, of 20th Century Clothing Alexandra Hotel Block On the Corner Toe lion, president, -Mr. James Daw- sou, was the host, and amous the! many supporters.'of the club who oc- i cupied seats at the head table were j Commissioner Mecro, hon. 'rice-pres- ident: D. H. Elton. President C. West-i ley, Secretary G. and V. T. HoWus. No expense was snared, nnd the en-; ierers seemed to join in the general i desire to give tlie boys a seed time, the tnbles being loader; itowii with an endless variety of good things, j V II. Elloa acted as toastiiiaster j as only he can, and kept the company j ulivc with his ready Songs were contributed by W. Parsons, C. son. E. J. r'anncli. J. H. ?Corrir.glon and others, K. Me- Intyre rttliKhtcil tlie company with i several 'cello solos. Paunch was at [he piflno- Conimissioner Meetli. in an interest ing talk, outlined some of the plans of anyueur it.i the city in rcfian! lo the athletic lhV'ctlon J lion of Henderson with the tention of making that the o :ticularly nasty stretches of. irees or score: n. n. are chosen and the Davis cup j i utty highroads on or bordering all the I Brooklyn.............. G la 1 j committee will doubtless he guided in fairways. i .New York.............. 7 11 4 i their selections by !he showing made BESMlEi i .New York.............. er "It is a course which tliuuW he Marqiiard. Mitchell, Grimes and El-; there. I played over several times by any-one Ho'.i; Ueaton, llarnus and Snyder. j .An innovation is tlie change in the I But Won date of the Intercollegiate champion- PHILADELPHIA. May ship which will be held June 2S in- out-liatted by Philadelphia today, Bos- stead of" hi as heretofore. ton won its straight victory of. The" women's national championship who intends lo compete in a real the correspondent was told y one Scotch scratch man St. found difficulty tie times in milking the round'- in [bogey, which is 7S. The length of the course is liin in Senior-League yards for tbo first nine 'holes out and 2-535 yards in, .with Highest Avcnige for Season 39 out Tlle longest To Win Valuable Award. thn series, S to Score: Boston Bert Kester has promised to give a! one hundred dollar suit of clothes hole, the fifth, is 540 clean- est, widest straightway of the lot, [though even this o'fers occasional pit- has tieeu ch'anged from June to 'y. it. H. E. ember and will tie'played at S 9 0 phia. during the week "beginning Scp- Phlladelphia )4 1 lembcr 13. A new national event for Jones, McQuillan and O'Xeill; Caul- women has been created in a separate well. Smith and Wheat. tourip.mcnt Lor tlie clay count titles, Big Alex, Wins Game j which previously have been played P1TTSDURG, May de- the men's events. Tnis year I Hornsby Has AnAverage of .460 feated Pittsbttrg today in a fea. women's titles he contested at R iilayer in the senior city league with the best hatting average; during ihe'seuson. This promise was inane known last night. "Hiisincss j men of can afford Kcsier is com- There vrilt be u meeting of tbo l shortest is the 12th loO yards, a nice to .ills pilch for the accurate mashie Chicago bluing, by a score of 'be Detroit Tennis Clu'i) tiie weuk of n. H. E. Jllne 21' while the men's events take S 12 1 -'V'y 10 at Chicago. The men's Cobb Is Hitting His Stride Boosts Average From .162 to .21-1 in One Coming. St. Louis, .328, and C. Walker, Philadelphia, .324. Babe Ruth, of New York, celebrated his return lo the game by cracking out two homo runs. The home-run kins has a "batting average.of .201 for games, .having made 13 hlls times at'bat. His besides the two home runs, include a triple and three doubles-- Ty Cobb, the Detroit star, who held the batting chnmpionBhip last season, is rounding into form and has boost- ed his mark from .163 to .2H within a week. but EII full of trouble m ibc shape of 4 S championship of the United Slates Is ditches, bumps anil traps that only Alexander and Kfllifer: Carlson and "hcdcled to begin August CO at Forest th Ihe scratch men generally make it m i Hilts. N.Y. the 3 strokes set for hogey. j All' tho'sectional doubles tcniion ol niakiui? iuai lhe siwrts cmi-i V ,v ire of the cltv. 'He the Imv, i J-allleaBire Monday night in the M. with his own'ejqwrlenccs in The soo-f A., al winch ft is exi.pelerl a sdiorl- o t cor same, nnd baiuie.il out some go'.vl advice ulolig the of clean Keep Game Clton. Jlaoy sbort sjieechcs were niade j [he pvening. die general thenu: I3 ''u of which exhorted tile boys to do their ntnioft to place SI. George's at the v NKUl of the leiigue in 1020. Xot to v.-in liy nif.'any. fiiit' or foul, hut lo I v ;iie giinu- clean, so thtit by the! r-nii of '.lie season, there would lie mt j advice, urging (Item to piny rhfrgorrfi of thi: giinie, to s-tay with It till tin: season finished, and lo keeji tlie slogan of good clf-fln sport before them. nle wiil be drawn up. A 30011 turnout 1 of fans is requested for tills. Wlir-tli- IT or nor. the Kotarians will now, after the spring ratns. the entire course is spongy, bill, during the haking ho' weather which is cus- twna'ry at Cappelinliosfh in July, it becomes linn! and imniiiy. giving much biiund and roll to the liall. t The greens, which have been well L'AQO, May S.-r-Hngcr Hornsby, St. l.ouis star, is showing the way the baiters of the Xalional League with an average ot .460, and Lo Hour- JOE LYNCH GETS DECISION. MARLBORO, Mass., May j Lynch of Xew York given the de- cision over Billy Fitzsiminons of Chel- sea in u 12-round bout here last night. The mcu are ffcilherweights. American League Won. Lost. precede tlio national Phllodelphla, .Ml; IJalh, Cin- was in IS16, when Hegrel record- i cinnali. .321; Burns, Xew York, .319; H. H. B. only'Mlly ever to win the Uer-i Chicago. Janvrln, Downs this afternoon, it was (hoi nnati-mous opinion of turf followers- ttiat tbe added money classic I 8aillcs'- Cincinrrati Men Up Oroh, Cincinnati, .358; Mnmnton ('in Regina 1. Detroit H'.hel Gray, by and Cleopatra, HoUKTOsi nnd Billings; Leonard, fjiiy, belonging to W. U. Oof. are the and Amsmllh. j fjpics amOng the entries for to- Athletics Take One j day's Derby. ;sian-Swcet '-onls. .306; Fournfcr. SI. Lonls, .503, a chestnut "nu Kalon, I'lttsbnrg. .loo Jackso.n, tho Chicago White Son slugger, continues to lead the'hat- ters In the American League who Pacific Coast BO.Sro.V. May triple' To the Harry t'avnc Whitney en- have In 10 or fnijrlb Fiwlng two rnnH and bis tries, Including Damask, Wildalr and games. There are three batters In the single In ;hc t'lghtli accounting tor t'psel. npjxiren'.ly fell the lot Ibis .100 class, headed by Jackson with Mother, defeated Uoston today, to -1. morniiig of being public favorites. I'n R. ir. E. official odd's on this entry was rcport- Portland 4, Seattle I. Angeles I, Han Krandsc-u I C. Sail Lake 10. Oiikland 1. Vernon Scvrc: 11 0 cd at i to 1. The George W. im S 3! try, nnd On were N'avltir pud I'crkins; Hitssell, Kan-i reported as second choice, while the American Assn, :and Williams' Sixth Win fJlllOACO. .May Wflllums won I his xiMii game of I he season I loilay wlu'ii Chicago defeated Clcvc- l.intl. o to i. i He-ore: n. II F. I odds somo other horsea ranged a.i bigh as Jt to 1. A'H; Johnston. Cleveland, Is second with .408. and Wonves, Chicago, third, with .404. Other leading halters: Speaker. Cloveland, .375; Sister, SI. Louis. Dugtin, Philadelphia. .3fl6; K, Collins, Chicago, .357; Jucobson, SI- J iil Mhinrnpullj 11. Chicago......... CnldwcM. Hiiins and S< hulk. mil O'Xelll; WINS PRELIMINAKY SHOOT NKW May iMvi'l nrlli of Auhnn. Y.. v.r.n tiic jtlininary .-.ho-it of Ihii-.Vational Iniernational ilciiilint; 1. Toronto 7. Hiiffiilo I. llriltimore Syracuse -I. City II, Akron by Ihrowlng Yussif Jlus- fain- in twc straight fulls, the first In IXJI. Ky., Jlay I bom- M and the second in .t.crtn-r, world's chiimpion wrcs'lor. S minutes. He iisi-rt tho body ecissore ucctss-ullv ill feudal liis li'Ii; hcru n: bolh fallj. '-nliiy, wild ii of IK liof-iihlv 'Jil'. Kr'.'d I'iinnb hiiitii: Cliy. X. j.. v.as v.i rillt of i At- h KM. STECHER DEFENDS TITLE. Lost P ower Perhaps your lost power is caused by an accumu- lation of Cavhon in the Cylinders. havi' a Cut lion lliirniiig Out- ill nnil ri'Hinve It qimikly LETHBRIDGE MOTORS LTD. PHONE 1454 ELEVENTH STREET SOUTH Right To a Tee! That Is what you'll soy about our golf supplies because they arc sii'onlifrcally made, trued and balanced by the very best makers on specifications of thn world's best vrfjfcsjionals, All the highest grade clubs wood and Iron and the liveliest uml most durable makes of golf bulls are shown hete. Ooli au- Siarcl lea. Alberta Saddlery Co. 3C6 FIFTH STREET WE HAVE A SMALL STOCK OF OLD STYLE HUPMOBILE PARTS Several Good Buys in Used Cars General Repairing All Work Guaranteed MECHANICAL GARAGE Corner 4th Ave, and 3rd St. 8, PHONE 1130 ;