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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX 1HK IjJSTHBHIDGE DAILY TUESDAY, MAY BRINGING UP FATHER OPEN OOOS VOO I HM.r- V.'. -WHM.E J :VC2_, f VOU HAD V FOR GOTTEN fi- A WIDE ASSORTMENT OF Wedding Rings FOR THE JUNE BRIDE Armstrong and Ra worth Bros. The Largest Jewelry Store In the CStr. ot JJcenees No 4 Senior Ball Teams Open Season May 21 Leth. United Fragments 0 0 Cup and Medals Are Donated to Rotary Scoreless Game Ss Played As Opener Of The Soccer Season __________ Q----------------_----------------------- Fragments From France, .With j for ihc same (cam, plajcd a good One Man Sh.v, Play North brothers verr on opposing Lethbridge United in Adams teams. They watchc-a the goals and T> t r> -ou Ihc verv few occasions when they Park to a Condi-j wcro illto wcro BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. National League Rotarians Are Admitted To The Senior League; Schedule Is Drawn Up and Crowd. tions Bad Owing to High Wind to hold up their end. Tho J'ragment players were: Me- goal; -Anderson and Kane, jacks; Shaw. Billy Lenning and Dun- op, half-backs; II. Lonning and Davy Allen, right vine: Webber, centre; nor, right wine. Tho North Lethbridgo United lined Playing in a bitter wind and rain tho North rid go United and the Fragments of France officially opened tho football season in Lethbridgo last night by playing to a draw, 0-0. The 3-Yagments played with ten men, Per- cy Invia being among tho missing. No verdict can honestly be passed on the merits of either team. The wind was so bad that the'ball was practic- ally boyond tho control of tho play- ers at nil stsgcs of. the game. North won the toss ouii kicked wind. They pressed the Fragments hard but were unable to get a goal. The second half was a repqcifiou of "the first -with the teams reversed. To officials inter- ested In football, however, the game was satisfactory and the number ol people'who turnW out to witness it was beyond expectations. Tho gate yielded 139.00. Thrse Accidents. the 'first half three men were injured but not seriously. Jock Anderson, of the Fragments, was the first. In a collision near his own goal he got kicked in his face hut was not forced out of the game. Irish Kane, of the Fragments, and Smith, of the North Lethbridgo Uniicd, had a col lision a few minutes afterward with the result that Smith was stretcher out. Billy of tho Fragments sot bid out for a few minutes by he ing hit on his head iritti the ball. these three accidents oc curred, it cannot be said that Ib game was unduly, rough. There were plenty of spills during tho play hut it was evident that no foul play was connected with thorn. No accidents 5bat necessitated a stoppage o.' play occurred in the second half. The hacke of teams had con- siderable work do during the sec- ond half. The Fragments -pushed the North Lethbridgo boys hard when they had the wind in tbeir favor but Tcnnant proved to be able to handle his position well. Anderson and Kane, playing backs for the Frag- ments, were equally successful in cur- rying out their end of the play. Few Dark Horses. The North Lethhridge United boast of a number of. dark horses, prominent among whom was Smith, who played centre half. Ho showed considerable 1 class in tho manner in which he ma- noeuvred the hall. Aniphlett. centre up as follows: nant and DiH Mcllvena, goal; Tcn- Earle, backs; Lakte, Smith and Taniher, half-backs; 11. Thompson and Harrison, left wing; Amphlett and Earle, forwards. Won. Lost. Pet. Boston............ 9 Cincinnati........13 Brooklyn..........10 Pittsburg 10 Chicago...........10 Philadelphia......... 9 St. Louis........... S New York......... 6 5 S S 0 11 11 11 12 .513 .018 .550 .626 476 Senior Baseball 1920 League Schedule Cooper Going Strong PITTSBURG, May de- Following Is the schedule for tho 450 Lethbridge Senior Baseball League aG drawn up at a meeting of the exccu- '333: five of the league last night: i May vs. Columbus I Club, nt Sckstorm Park. feated 3 to 1. maln-1 Adams Park. May vs. Bankers, -at Summer Baseball Season Prom- ises To Be Best in Amateur History of Lethbridge for Some Time Well Divided Between Adams Park and Eckstorm Park Inter- mediate League Schedule To Be Announced Soon. Lethbrldge's senior baseball league Is now lully organized with four teams .and Is ready to open "business on May 121. At a meeting of the executive Title; K. O's Wells LONDON, May Beckett, the English heavyweight boxer, knocked oirt Bombardier Wells, another British pugilist, In the third round of a match for the heavyweight championship of England tonight. ly because ot the ellectivb pitching of' slay Club vs. Bant of the league last week it was then Coaper. t i ers, at Eckstorm Park. decided ,to open on May ISth, but nt Score: R. H. E.', vs. Ro'arians, at a-'similar meeting last night this de- 1 .j Park. cision was changed and tho schedule 4 7 o: May vs. Columbus that was drawn up opens tho season o Philadelphia.......... Pilts-ftuig............... aim jvirjiil; LU'jp lev null Schmidt. I (Only one game scheduled.) at American League j Juuo vs. Rotarians, (Adams Park. J Juuo Club vs. Rotar- ians, at rJckslorui Park. June .vs. Bankers, at Adams Park. June vs. Columbus Club, i RESOLUTE TRIALS SATISFACTORY H.I., May first trials of the sloop Resolute, the can- didate for the honor of defending the America's cnp this summer, were in Narragansett Bay yesterday and gave complete satisfaction, according to tba experts on board. The sloop went uut nrst in the morning when a six-knot breeze was blowing and again In tho afternoon when the water bad roughened under a 14-kuot breeze. BIG LEAGUERS FINED Cleveland 15 Boston IS Chicago........... 11 Washington........ 10 St. Louis.......... 9 New York......... 0 Philadelphia....... C 4 at Eckstorm Park. Lost. Pet. i Juno vs. Miners, 6 (i 7 9 10 11 13 1C at Adams Park. .684; June TS. Rotarians, at Eckstorm Park. June Clnb TS. Miners, Adams Park. June vs. Rotarians, .333! Eckslorm Park. at .200 Boston Wins BOSTON, May held Philadelphia to two bits today in his first start of the season, Boston win- ning. 7. to 1. Hooper made two dou- bles and two singles in four times at bat Score: Philadelphia Bsion R. H. 1 "2 7 13 NEW YORK, May werj levied on three National League players yesterday by President John Haydler. Wil- Main Kllllfer, of Chicago, and Charles Stengel, of Pbiladel- phia, each was lined 550, and Toney Boeckel, of Boston, J25. Ktllifer was charged with de- laying a game; Stengel with 1 arguing with the umpires, and Boeckel wilh disorderly con- duct on the field, ff ,-f Perry, Ecke-t and Perkins; Harper and Schang, Indians Win Again- CLEVBL-AND. May St. Louis today, 7 to In i the play-ofl of a postponed game. Bagby was hit hard hut not when hits j meant runs, j Score: i St. Louis Cleveland June va. Columbus Club, at Adams Park. June vs. Bankers, Eckslorm Park. June vs. Columbus Club, at Adams Park. June Club vs. Bank- ers, at Eckstorm Park. June vs. Rotarians, at Rotarians and the Columbus .Club. Considerable new blood has biien put Into the senior aggregation for this season and a repetition ot last year's failure Is not expected rby those interested iu the league. Every effort has beeu made to insure that all of the four teams will bo able to finish the season, which, according to the schedule, closes on July SO with a game between the Bankers and the Rotariane. Some doubt was entertained In the minds of the representatives of the Bankers, Miners and Columbus Club teams as to whether or not tho boys playing under the Rotary Club will Need More Shirts? Here's Your Chance need EO ninny shirts this summer that when you run across souio estra fine.ones It's worth look- Ing into them. Theso are wortlj look- ing into; .worth buying. Tbo fabric Is fibre alfc. You know what that mcansy-silk appearance 'with more wear. The patterns are just what you want for the shirt sleeve season. From to BERT KESTER'S MEN'S SHOP The Home of 20th Century Clothing Alexandra Hotel Block On the Corner Medals and Given B. C. BISLEY CHOICES VANCOUVER, B.C., My erg t.- 31ajor B. J. Head itud .Mr.jcr FrGu ardsou, both ot Victoria, will be nam- ed as British Columbia's tives on the Canadian Blsley team. In an elimination rifle shoot they wero high men, scoring .2J7. and, 216, re- spectively. Adams Park. July vs. Bankers, Eckstorm Park. R. H. 15 7 10 E. Davis, Sounders, Rayne and Sever- oid; Bagby and O'Neill. (No other games scheduled.) First Impressions are Lasting With Many Individuals "A man'fi clothes, fit fact, fire naturally in a .social community, part of himself. They aro not something that he puts on ami takes off and bear no relation to his hut tho clothes a man wears are part off bis personality, considered from a common-sense ol view. Theroforo they should (it into it. They vhoukl uo on him unobtrusively. They should be part of the individual. We are Custom Tailors and Clothiers A Bull from a big line of materials "made (or you" hy our rjnert tailors or it you desire a famous THORNTON-DOUGLAS SUIT tail- ored by Canada's leading ready-to-wear hous-i. In cither you will be well but not expensively dressed. Fred PHONE 1160 THE QUALITY STORE 315 FIFTH ST. S., LETHBRIDGE July Club vs. Miners, at Adams Park. July va. Bankers, at Eck- slorm Park. July Club vs. Rotar- ians, at Adams Park. July Club vs. Miners, at Eckslorm Park. July vs. Columbus Club, at Adams Park. July vs. Ttolariang, at Eckslorm Park. July vs. Columbus Club, at Adams Park. July vs. Miners, at Eckstorm July vs. Columbus Club, at Adams Park. July vs. Miners, at EckBlorm Park. July Clu'j va. ers, at Eckstorm Park. July vs. Mraenj, at Adams Park. July YE. Rotaiians, at Eckstorm Park. I bo good enough to slick out the season, at I At the meeting of the league last week opposition arose to Ihe ques- tion of allowing them to enter the senior league, several representatives suggesting that they should play in- termediate so that an intermediate league will bo formed. The question was left over to see if the Rotarians at could gel an Intermediate tcairi to- I gather. J. H. Lcc, of Lethbridge Donates Medals, and Camp- bell, Wilson Home, a Cup to itoiary Baseball League of Alberta. Infeimediale Bankers Fell lie- fore Rolarian Seniors By Score j of 16 to Shorl, American Assn. Jtofarlnna gnt the first scalp of the season last night when they took ihe Bankers' Intermediate team into camp by a score of 16 to ThG game was played on grounds on fith Ave. A, South. The Hankers had five Innings and I'M- Rolarians four. The grounds were not in flood for baseball, with Iho result tint fielders had considerable difficulty. This was the first appearance In Lcth- biitlge of a number of the players as I members of Ijethbrldge baseball! Icams. Mulhollan'l, who played Ihe champion Medicine Hat Intormed- last year, pitched effective ball for the Ilolarlans last night. Doth lr-nms used two pitchers, Rldpath bo- 1 ins the second man (or Ihc Kotarlans. Tim nnnkers used Ilarhaluk and (ircon. Hrlf-rjs acted well behind thn hat for the Hankers, and Drlnkhall and Kanjr occupied the same position for the was in- jured. Following are the scores by In- nines: Hunkers........ 2 0 1 0 r> llotajlans 2 12 2 u Kansas City 1, Milwaukee 3. (N'o other games scheduled.) International Syracuse 4, Toronto 8. Baltimore 9, Akron 4- Buffalo-Jersey City, rain Keadlng-Hochester, rain. Western Canada Saskatoon Mooso Jaw 3. Roglna 2. Edmonton'O. Winnipeg 2, Calgary's. P, C. International Tacoma 11, Vancouver 3. (No other games scheduled.) Rotarisns Have At the meeting last night the rep- resentatives of the Rotarlans report- ed that they had sufficient material for both an Intermediate and a senior team and they were accordingly en- tered In the senior league. The teams in the senior league are: Bankers, Miners, Columbus Club, and Rotarlans. Three Intermediate teams will piny In a league in the city. The schedule for this leagiio will be announced within a lew days. Following representations made by the Miners, it was decided to hold aj fair share of the games in Adams! Park this summer. The schedule c! 32 games, as drawn up last night, meets with the approval of the min- ers, who are of the opinion that base- ball will get a good financial follow- ing In that part ot the city this year. Spirit of Co-operation A splendid spirit of co operation pre- vails in the league this season, which should do much to assure fans that a good brand of baseball wilt bo tho result. A motion was passed last r night that will allow a commllte-T of, tile league to .move players around so that sny team that develops .1 mnrkc-1 wrakness will bo strengthened anil will thus he able to hold uy i'j ov.-n crol. The senior league Is going to be lliu father ot the intermediate league Ihls season, and the three Intermediates, the -Miners, and rioUirlniis, will go through.the season under the direct supervision, not only of the llenguo. bnt of tho senior teams hcnr- I Ing (he samo name. II Is not possible j to draw up a schoilnto giving the Intermediates ns many games as tho seniors, owing to the football league having equal rights to (he two parka In the city which aro being prepared for these aportg. However, the sen- In drawing up their schedule, en- deavored to do the right thing byi the Intermediates In the mailer ol sir- Ing them playing dates. U will be ne- cessary for the Intermediates lo con- tinue their season n few days longer than the seniors, It Is expected, In or- der that they (inlormcdlates) will ha given sufficient number ot games. The senior league fichcdtilo will bo found In another column on this page. Lelribridgc has taken the lead in putting Rotary baseball on the map in year. A Ro- tary league will be organized, comprising Lethbridge, Calgary, Edmonton nnd Medicine Hat, and Lethbridgo's part in this lias been the putting'up of a cup for pro- vincial champions and eleven medals. Campbell, Wilson and Horne, through Fred, .Home, the focal manager, has presented a besutl- fuE silver cup, standing about 16 inches high, bearing a Rotary wheel and suitable inscription, as a prize for the beet Rotary team In the provi.nce, composed of play- ers within intermediate age. The LethbrFdge Rotary club wllf be represented by: the team in the senior league bearing the name of the club. Eleven bronze "medals have been donated by J. H. Lee, pro- prietor of the Lethbridge hotel for the members of the victorious team. The cup at the present time is at Armstrong and.Ra- worth'a jewelry store nnd pictures of the medals can be seen at the same place. Sornc inscription work Is yet to be done on the cup, which stands on a mahogany base. 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 6t. S. PHONE 1190 410 FIFTH STREET TACKLE store before you go on lhat .fishing trln and you'll oir periaucc genuine "fisherman's luck." Tho right rod, reels, halt, hoc.ks and tackle hero for ail kinds of fish. Alberta Saddlery Co. 306 FIFTH STREET Dr. Cnas. O'Rntlly, noted Toronto physician, Is Milk Is now sixteen cents a quart at Moncton, N.B. ___..... ff- The Electrical Equipment Of your car should bo put In first rato shape this month. Don't wall. Let us overhaul your lighting and Ignition system. You will not. car o io be do. jirived ot the uao of your car during the warm weather, and we nrc fully equipped to handle tills ot ypnr car. Let us prove IL LETKBRIDGE MOTORS LTD. 1454 ELEVENTH STREET SOUTH ;