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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE liSffHBRIDttB "DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1920 1 BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus SPECIAL FOR TONIGHT All Ladies' Bags, Fancy Combs and Vanity Gates HALF PRICE ARMSTRONG AMD RAWORTH BROS. Issuers of Marriage Licenses No Witnesses Required BASEBALL Letk All Stars vs Monarchs MONDAY FOOTBALL England versus Scotland MONARCHS BRING STRONG TEAM TO PLAY HERE 24TH Lewis and O'Neil Will Pitch for; All.Stars. The Monarchs have hart i far more practice than the local play- ers auJ are coming here with the ex- i pcclntion thai- will uivu i them t'.vu good sanies. will uittu for the visitors iu (he game, which is scheduled __________ 1 :o slfirt at ICl.SO o'clock in Kckstorui Park. O'.N'cIl will deliver in tho eve- Medicine Hat will bring to TettH gamc. -K reputed to be the tridgo for Monday's double-header of amaieur pitclicrs in Alberi'a. nice a bunch, of ball players as has llc formerly played for Warner, been seen in amateur ranks in Al- BASEBALL Major Minors Results aricl League Standings. Big Day at Links Monday tf ff ff .-f .j. President vs Vice President v i4nn, i .Visilors, Last Years pions of Amateur Ball in Al- TH j berta; Games to be I'lavcd in Morning and Evening. berta for a long time. Many of the players have been seen in action In before, and this year. It m 'faid, they are playing bettor than ever The Lethbrldge team will be chosen this afternoon. They ape working out today, and expect to have a team that will make. Hie Medicine Hat Sion- trcha step. 'Headricka, Stone and Hilling will nltdi for the Lethbridgo J'olloiving is the Monarch line-up: Smeaton, 1st h. HoyL ind b. Lusier, T-rJ b. Wilson, s. s. Carpenter, c. f. Clarke, 1. f. Merificd, r. f. Scott, c. i Oh, the winds that blow In tho Will someone please cciuo along tra-la, etc.. etc., bnst up ball' ____games and play particular Xed with I and oil greens on golf courses. e r Chairman McKitlop. of the greens had everything shaped up Pittsburs Cincinnati lirooklyn Chit-ago.... St. Louis New York... Huston Philadelphia Won. 14 17 13 ITi 12 11 10 11 Lost. 10 11 30 15 15 14 13 17 PcL .607 .565 .yOO .444 -.141) .435 .393 for turning over the course to Phillies Lose Again players on Victoria day In the best shape of Its history, but tho wind sho blew and theu she blew some more. which came as au awful blow to Ms rotundness .Mac. .But between cusa words he promises If the winds abate to repair the damage done, so thut he and his can do things to President Pennefather's cohorts In the opening classic. addition to being the opening ST. LOUIS, May St. Louis took match, the, games Monday will qualify Ramsay To Train C.P.R. Footballers Wants f o Develop Better Combi- nation (o Attend Practices Charlie Ramsay believes 'he C. P. K. has the makings of a first-class foot- ball team. So he told the Herald yes- terday and'he also announced that he is going to start, actively training [hem. Ho intends to turn out, before long, as .good a football team as has played in Lelhbridge for a long lime. .So far .the team has been handi- capped because the players have neg- lected to turn out to practice, and Mr. Itamsay has issued an appeal to tiicm to bo loyal to their team and be oa hand for every practice. By remain- ing away from practices the hoys lie- como strangers their positions ami therefore are unable lo handle them in .good style. Constant practice will develop pplenrtld combination work, Mr. Ham- say believes. At every practice he in going to endeavor lo make some play- er acQuainltd with a new poailion with in view of having a team of all-round players to contest Ibe championship of the city football league. NEXT WEEK IN SPORTS IN LETH BRIDGE MONDAY s vs. Lethbridge, lO.SO a.m.; Monarchs vs. Lethbrldge, 0.30 p.m. Hudson Bay Field Day, all afternoon. Football International game at Adams Park, 11 a.m. Baseball Intermediate League opens, Rotarians vs. Miners, at Eck- storm Park, G.30 p.-ni. WEDNESDAY P. K. vs. North Lcth- bridge, at Kckstorm ParX% C.50 p.m. vs. -Bankers, at Adams Park, 6.30 p.m. THURSDAY vs. Callies, at Adams Park, 6.58 p.m. Club vs. Bank- ers, at Eckstorm Park, C.30 p.m. FRIDAY St. George's vs. at Eck- storm C.50 p.m. Baseball Miners vs. Ilotarians, Adams Park, C.30 p.m. three of the four games from Phila- delphia by'winning today, 3 to 1. Score: II. H. E. Philadelphia........... 1 9 0 SI. Louis ...............3 S 1 G. Smith and-Vi'ilarow; Good- win and Dilhocfer. Pirates Win Handily PITTSBURG, .May was bit hard today by the Pirates, who de- feated the Boston Braves by.