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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX x TJIK LI3T11 BRIDGE DAILY 11KHALU. WEDNESDAY, MAY BRINGING UP FATHER By G. WcManus HEU.O- Tmfe xbu VJELL- r-wicie i'u_ BE.' FOR. biR- OUT COULD TETLL ME WHERE e S. GRADUATE OPTICIANS ARMSTRONG >JO> RAWORTH BROS. Largest Jewelry Sttrt In CKy Issuers of Marrlan UctflWl .No Wltn NORTH LETH. MINERS 0 SAM PORTER WILL BE CATCHER FOR MAYOR North Lethbridge Gets Four Goals To Miners' Nothing {V Playing Conditions Were Not'- Much Better Than Previous THIRD DIVISION SOCCER LEAGUE PROPOSED Difference of Opinion Giirr's'Goal; Some Say "Was Offside. BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. National League Charley Briggs and Chuck Wray Promise To Be Arbitrators on; He! Ca- nadran Aseocialed Southern division of the Foot- j Rrdoklyn. ball league is approaching tho Won. Cincinnati........ 35 Xcoih Letibridgo United won.tho postponed game with the 'Miners at Adams Part-last night by a score of tour to nothing. Smith scored three of the goals and Gurr got the- fourth, eoacemlng which thero was. consider- able difference of opinion as to Whether tho player was off side or not. Playing conditions were not much improved from tho previous night Tbo high wind was a. handicap- all through tho game. Tho Miners play- ed with the -wind during the ,first.half out were isnahla to score, although they got a number of shots on the goal. In the second half North leth- bridge pushed hard with the above results. In tho second half the Miners made j ieveral good rushes to their oppon- ent's goal but were disappointed. Tam- ber played well whenever he was call- ed into action and so did O, Summer, n'ntll ho met with an accident, falling I against tho goal post, striking his lead when ono of tho Xortb. Lcth-i bridge players rushed him. I Combination Play j North Lethbridge started tho game with a good exhibition of combination' and as a whole- seemed to have the hotter of this kind of play. It was Second division with tho pro- posal for a third division lea- gue with northern and southern sections of tho Southern to be composed of tho present Sou- division clubs. Chicago......... 14 Pftt'burg Boston Philadelphia New York St. Louis 12 .-Id 12 9 -9 Lost. 10 'J 12 II- 10 13 H 15 I'd. .615 ROTARY WINS The Spokane Rotary Club bowling team finished in eighth itlace' in tho fourth.. annual international bowling tournament of- Hotary clubs of the United Stales and Canada held in telegraphic contest. 45 learns playing. tJaseball Executive Promise That Games Will .Start on Time and That the Teams Will Be Forced to Play Ball All the Porter Wilt Catch Mayor Hardie's Fragments and Callies Play Tonight Adams Park Wili Be Scene of Second Game This Week When. Old Teams ers Are Announced. Giants Won 12-lnning Game CHICAGO, May lVork.aml H. A. Gray, broke Chicago's winning streak today by defeating the locals, S lo 6, in 'a thrilling 12-lnning gaiiie. Score: H. II. E. Xew York S 17 2 Chicago.............'... 6 14 1 U en ton. Winters, Hubbell, Douglas, Xehf and Smith; Hradrlx, Martin, 'Vaujhan and Kiilifer, O'Karrell. Phillies Won on Two Hits ST. LOUIS, May Louis held I PhiiRdelphia to two hits, hut lost the j opening game of the- series, ono to nothing. n. H. B. 0 g t j Fleelwobd Halnes and .571 Spokane finished with a total of .538 2CSS. Tho Oakland team won with .522 a total of 2S3S. TLi-ee games were .500 Played on-the Spokane Bowling al- .480 teys. Tho.scores were: First game, I .391 second game, SCS. and the third! Baseball games in tho senior league .375 game. 910. Those who composed them's suninicr will start on time and team wore-Joe George "killing time" will not be allowed. On j Brady, Jack Martin, C. T. Jefferson those two facts the public can be well Latindry Proof Shirts Tj isn't so' much i six-fifteen p.m., and will end at thc As Season Progresses. jtaii grounds. Follow the parade will R 'H E I'ast Friday on Fleelwood grounds 27 2 the "A" team of that school defeated .May 10 1 Westminster Seniors 4-3. .Both pitcu- "It would.be happy for nje to be ablo to speak 'In English ibo feel- ings which. I "desire to express-to all of you oh''behalf-.'of. my wife and myself. But I do not yet know your language -well enough and I havo 'SHAMROCK AT'AZORES' 011 aayTt (Cries of it got caught "in tho wind and the suffered Jnst as much as Lhela' opponents from this. The wind was jeharp. though, to judge tha ball whenjTh e t t C50 Oeschger, "Scott and Gowdy; Kamif- crs did fairly good -work but the bat- and Schmidt. t'ng was very weak eicept in thc Brooklyn at Cincinnati, postponed, ot Norman Desmond of West- {rain. j minster, who made a home ruu. 1 On both teams there are several boys who. although fourteen .years of ago or older, have never really got the cause, 16 a great extent, of tho ball going over the side lines often. I 'This game gave tho North Letb-l bridge boys a draw and a win to their 1 favor and the Miners a draw and 'Following are the players North Tambcr Tennant Harrison Lakie Earle Button Lowe Thompson Smith Earl Gurr Oliver Hogg Mooro Campbell Fox Clark 1 O. Summer Miners Willetts ifoore B. Seaman Following is the lineup Fragments rl. Mcllvena A; Kano J. Anderson Shaw W. Winning Thmlop Linnlng Invin Allan ICnoi Webber Sam Porter, president of the Rotary Club has promised lo do his best tp catch Mayor Hardie's delivery that day. Tho Mayor will throw the first hall and will thus help the boys oif to the 1920 season. American League Thompson Wilson Campbell McFarlane Robinson Mclilvena Pink Wecden Bateman Easton Douglas Callies BOB MARTIN WINS BY KAYO 'J 10 11 12 13 15 13 Pet. .630 .609 .565 I Lost. (Cleveland........ 17 8 I Boston.......... 34 [Chicago......... 13 New 13 St. I.ouls 12 Philadelphia...... S I Detroit......... 1 WHEELIXO, W. Vs., May i Martin, heavyweight champion pugil-i Senators Win Slugfest 1st Of 'the American expeditionary! WASHINGTON, May force, knocked out Tommle Mahon of' ton won a slugfest from St. Louis to- Newcastle, Pa., in thc fifth round of ajday, 17 to S, three visiting pitchers into the game before.' Tho best piay ers of each team anil Iho -principals will have a chance to see what Im- provement they can make In these new players. Encouragement Is the word. ENGLAND ]S SELECTING Ait, FOOTBALL TEAM FOR OLYMPIC GAMES! ".Vlve la "Thank you. T nm sure you know us well real- ise that pur sentiment is-very strong toward our .'dear I should say, our'very dear goon friends', tho Canadians. 1 would like to be able, in the language "which yon speak and--. tell you oC this senti- hours to take on stores. YORK, May Thomas Uptph's 25-metra Shamrock, bound here from Kngland for trial .races with the' America's cup challenger, Shamrock TV., reached tho accordirig'to a cabUi message received hero by reprcsentalives of- her own- er. The message said the small. boat'would remain only a few scheduled ID-round nlgut. bout here hit for 38 bases.- j Score: I St. Louis............ Washington R. If. E. S IS 6 17 23 I LO.VDOX, May the Can-1 'adian Associated Foot-! Yniintrclprs Mix ball association lias niado a prelimin- ary choice ot 38 players from whom tho association's amateur team for the Olympic games WJH he made. Aus- tralian advices say that somo Aus- tralian Olympic representatives will Is Getting Plenty of Sports Basketball and Football Games. inent of France to Ihe boys from Can- brave heroism during tho'cniel war'made 'them so beloved by the people of France. "You are your good Canadian v.-ckome us, tp do us honor when we come to your country. our country, in days that sonietimes seemed dark, in Iho time of service, one French- man at-least was inspired toward tho therclouds by the wonderful -exploits of, gallant Cana- dians. During s'omS of the tinae urs All Wiv wcro Belgium Iwas stationed very near tho knew of the T A I L O R COMING EVENTS! Let Your Holiday Garb be a TAILORED SUIT Measured to Fit by Our Expert Tailors, Fred Thaell PHONE 1180 THE QUALITY 9TORG 315 FIFTH ST. S, LETHBRIOOE Score: 11. H. Detroit................. S 1} 1 Philadelphia........... 2 6 2 Khmkc and Stanagc; Kcefc, Martin, Romell, Perry and Perkins. Sox Beat Red I HOSTOX, May ori hltK in the second Inning, scoring' three runs, which lead Boston r.oMld'i not overcome, and tho visitors won, to 2. 1 Score: H. B. Chicago............... 4 S Or Boston................. 2 3 1 Cleveland Bumped Hard NBW YOKK. May York won an easy victory from Cleveland, here today, 11 to 0. I Score: II. H. K.j 0 3 21 New York.............. II. 14 Myers, TJhte and O'fi'elll; Shawkey and Hannah. American Assn, Milwaukee 3, Loiilsvlllo 2, HI. Paul 0. Toledo 8. Kansas City 5, Indianapolis -I, Minneapolis 7, Coliimlns C. Pacific Coast sounded they went right after each other and gave tho spectators gooil value for their money. The match was tho best staged In that part of the Paaa country, Thomas Phillips acted as referee Verncn 2; V. Healllo 2; Los Angeles 0. rortland 1; San Francisco Oakbnd 3; Sacramento 2. International and Natt Kvans as liniDkccper. Waller I McCutcheon BCCOndcd Newton arid C. I Milton was Bcal's second. The llellevuc junior football team' defeated tho Hillcrcst on Krl-: day by a score of five to ono. i Tu Bellevuo junior basketball team defeated tho senior team by a scoro of nine to three. forget the Horticultural Club dance on 'May 21. Good music with a good floor will go lo assure- a splen- did time. j Tho llDllevno- I.O.O.F. to I hold a whtst drive and dauco on Fri- May 2S In tho now I.O.O.F. liall. Western Canada Jersey City 2, Toronto 5, liuftalo 8, Reading 5. llocbcstor I, Ba'.tjvnore Syracuse 3, Akrac 13( Sympathy Iho Cjtiirelni-ic-n In Ireland and regrets al Iho dissolu- tion of' the church there V.-C7O ex- Bdmonton 1; Winnipeg 1 (called at pressed by the delegates to the end of I'.'th inning, Synoil of Huron, it being staled that !Wooso Jaw-Saskatoon, postponed, in Iho south ot Ireland many loynl JOld vcather. I In a. sad plight because I Jlcglna 9; Calgary S. Idf the radicalism of tho majority. Men'sWork Shoes Buj' Shoes that- wear and you save. Buy shoes that you know- are good and ypu'il get the service and satisfaclion you expect. Here's a store that will give you shoe satisfac- tion- a full measure of value for the. amount ywi 'invest? Economy is not a matter of dol- lars and cents but what you get for the amount ,you ypayf Money back if not satisfied. See us for you'r 'next pair of shoes. to LOUIS KEEL fiHOI' 0V FASHION CIIAFT CLOTHES AND TUB FLOESHUIM SHOB OLIVER BLOCK 318 FIFTH STREET ;