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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE src LP.THHHIDGE DAILY MAY 23, L'BRINGING UP FATHER" 1 By GJMcMamis 'THERE it> -WHERE I (Jt FVI NOW MS CHWiCf EAT THIb COINED BEEF THAT DlNT-r bENTf WE 'WHILE [-TMNIN' IN ILL HAVE tO 1 H'DE. >T HERE 1 The GOLF Holiday Sport Calendar 3 cup match, draw at Club House at 9 n.m. 11 Hat vs Letlibrldge City Team at EcXslorm Park. 3 Hal Monarctis vs I.ethbridse All Stars, Kck- slorm Park. 7 International Maicti; England vsr Scotland, Eck- RtqiTO Park. .L Chicago, TB Mike PaulEon, ol St. Paul, 10 FOOTBALL MEETJ NG TONIGHT 1-1- All delegates Ihe City v FoQlbaU Association aru re- v qucsletT to meet tn President -C- Dlackburue's office tonight ut v S o'clock sliarp. v C- C- J MASON BEAT HERMANN If eld Jup- Pluv. just holds oft till tomorrow night, btthbrldge sport fans arc promised the great- est days sport In live years to- morrow, and one of the chief at- tractions will be the big double heac'er ine Freoieinc Ms! of the Medicine Hi't CHy League, and the Lelh- bridge All Stars, picked team from lh> CHy League. The first is'schedulerJ for 11 a.m., and the second for 3 p.m- s! EcV storm Park. Herjs's the local line- up'far the grand event: Livingston, 1b, Gillli 2b. Mun- roe S3. 3b, Green, Hid- pijh, Ferko.and outfteld- ert. 0'Connbrhc ard DeMar snd McKlnley, pltch'crv. De Mar wilt Al a meeting of (hp executive com- bitlee or lie Go1.! Club held on the [evening of Ihe 20th instant, u .was decided io make ibe draiv for the' j Kwert Cup Competition at the club- on Saturday morning. Mny 21th. j Tlit secretary or some member or tbe committee will be "at Ibe clubhouse at 9 ?..m., nnil as the players arrive uill mako the drnivs Qnd, ass'-go, pan- j tiers Io nil tjuallfic-il conipetilors. The names'below comprise the In The--Major Leagues Ky. May Frank iMason, 'flywelgnt 'i-hnmplon ot_. ihc I'nltcd States, was given a. newspaper decision over KJJ Hermann, round bout here last nlghl. six- AMERICAN Chicago Xew Vork game, snd McKinlcy wilt thcw jcf who memhers of Ibe [Cleveland wares in the afternoon. This big I rlub last year and those kr.owc to Won. Lost. !C 10 11 youngtler Is 100 per cent, when he's going right, and he should set the Msd.Hatters down one-two- three In the afternoon session, A monster holiday crowd should be out for bclh 'these, games just Io aid game'along. This U the''.first visit Tor a long time- SOCCER IN EVENING In Eckstorm Park will be the scene of a great'foot- ball flame when the English and Scolch picked teams will try con- clustoni. There .will he a mi LI ion on -deck for thli annual tld 10 10 10 13 VI It P.C. .171 .403 Might Have Been Larger Brand of Ball in Spite of Wind picking and Ibt Callies bad to tight Tor eTeryihin? they Thp soccer league opener last night at Efckslorm Part did nol draw a attendance, on ac- count ol Ibe vrtnd blowing, but inosfc who 'attended were rewarded vTiiliVs. good exb'.bltton ol (he game, tondderlnf: tb's -wind and the fact ihnl-'the learns were new to ei other a play.. Practice will improve as the season progresses we will SiGdoiibicdly be treated to eihibl- that vriU ihc liner points Of tflfe Tliif lans. by Ihs golf lhl3 season. Tbe handicaps assigned Bre those 1 asliinslgn M irhfch the players wiu compete Philadelphia. in Saturday's competition; D. Hume, Si-nKcIi; W. P. C'ralg. 4; Great Walter Lost II. A. MeKlllop. A; T. McLeod, 6: ST. LOUIS, May Louis made A. H. Hc'il. 6; H. J. II. Skelth. G; A. [U two slralehV-from Washington ro- Mam, S; Cran-ford. S; P.'H. To'lJday by tlelcatiDc Waller Johnson, 5 S; T. 10; H. VSr. 10: I lij I. T. W. Fox, 10; Donald Thomson, lu; 4 10 Donald Duff, It; S. .1: Louis S 0 J, S. Kirkhnm, VJ: J. Muir. 12; E. Johnson and :Aguew, (Jal- ft. Wilson. 16: L. IfarUfe, Koob ap'd i.Mtiycr. Jl. Freemtiu. 16; H. Hiocks, Harold j Cleveland In Overtime Ixing. 16; J. A. Jackson, Ifi; J. Nelson. IE; Carberry, 1C; J. S. Hritker, IS; H. Crawford, 15; 3 io -j. TQ ifl luriings, after lidos the A. IS; H. Matllplh, IS; lu ibe uinth iin errors. Vactlregor. 15: F. Burns, IS; R. Philadelphia ___v.......2 R. BaTWson. IS: D. J. McSwain, IS; (Cleveland 3-4 1 W. A. Parker. IS; J. A. Reid. IS; T. Klnnev. Gearjv-anJ MtAvoy; Cpve- McC'rculy. It. J. UUchle .Paler- j iRElcle; ainl Two Straigh't .for Detroit DETROIT. May made 20; p. W. '2r.i; n, fieri- it two straight "'victories orer Boston rand, 20; Freif Kenny. 20; J. R.-.Pal- by winning to 3. njer, p. V. Lewis, 20; P. IV..' Boston nichErds, 20; M. J. Da J. Dalrolt Armstrong "Q; A. Uarns'ey. J.j Joiiea and "Wallers; IXJVB and Ain- Vlrtue. P. O. Hyde, 20; J. Eawj aniyn i CLEA'L'LAXH, yliia to Cleveland, Son. K-; R. J. Dinning, 15; F. Hewitt, j John AlncS, 20: CJ. H. Harraan. NATIONAL All Xational League games- post- weather. PACIFIC COAST Vernun 4 1 Sacramento .f. 4 Lt 1 Dawson and' Devormer; flercy and FlEher. Seattle...............-V S 0 is Angeles s C 'i Falkenberg and CooX; FiLleTj- anil Lapan.- Oaktanii S 35 7 Late 11 ,13 1 Hotline and Elliott', MainE and By- ler. Porllind 15 0 San Francisco........... 0 .S ami Baker; Couch and Uald- J.. A. DawEoa. 1'3; E. C- II. KJatn, 22: ff. A. Smitb, 2J; F. TVad- dlugion, :t; w. A. R. Cocq, 24; A. Fisher. 14; A. B. llogy. 24; W. D King. Lfvinestone. s. B. Peat, irlad the bail in St. Georges ler- 24: A_ Toombji.M. n. v. GibbDOs, ritory lor most of the early part p, n ,v j. B. Turnev, Ihe They made frequent" rushes r u k inio ihe CalllesT lines. Yor a foul 1; cay, ms. the Saints put neld B A; 29; M. J- II- McKay, 2S; J. Thompson. 28; oall welt up the right wing, aua West- ley pul across, a centre. bul Charles 'cleared in. good siyle. Combination alrnoct out of the bnL occaFLonally some pretty work several llmea iho was dribbled '.close" inio cacb team's defenEe. V-. Goal for Calllet Th'ya we ihrllla.' and the flrsl was" inore than naU over Hies a' ronier. Eaa- line-Up, proba-hlj- picked ths Calliea to ifln, but ihcir eipectations -rere within, an ace of proving fatne. for Iha St. Gcorge'3 teem Improved as Ibe on, and when tbe blevr (ull time H reiltred a Flt'jalion Trhlci at prpmfsed a rtraw In .eleai Tlciory lor Ihe Callus. I Referee Ihe game ID his-uiaal fair manner, although on Ihfee occasions hla decisions did not suit either the fans or players.' FqJIowlQE are Ihe teami: 5 CALEDONIANS 'r Charles Williams. EeeloJi McIIvene, Owenc McKay, Wilson Mclnlyre, i' DoujJas t 0 OHi-cr r' Firth. Holbcrton, Luih Xeabltt, Wall la Parsons ST. GEORGE'S I'XITBD CaFliea Won Tots CaUJea Won the loss, ami 3et Bt. Ucorge'a Io (ace a atrons wind, vfitlf only ten men on the field. At I ho of1 Ihe wliUilc Ihe Callles got away and earjy pressed the Sftlnli' .defence, tuL latter wera no eaey C _. Ion .plated a nice one .the rtROns failed -Io' r'cacli, McKay the tall'lo ItQcef, ihe -latter wa3 ball waa into Itfe net. the goal was a EofL.ojie to llfen .Shortly. aTlcr- ards Perry appeared OD the 'Held, While .CHICAGO, sireak was by Shutout Quinn's liroien today fben Chicago shut uut New York, t-lo 0. New York and Ceillei, Ihfelr lead, ls" eleven. Tna Gibeon, 2S; A. H. Dcnooti. 2S? K. G. Mackenzie. :-S: R. Aodrews, 23: II; Reid. S: W, V. Poapst, 22; S. tial- braith, 2J. Re Oualification reminded IhaL actorfl- tng lo only IhoEC ellRlhle 10 comnpte are UIDSC whose: fully up. game pu'Uing tlie English1, lonvanls Fcliou-ing a foul.l Firth put :n a whkh Eas- j ion intercepted, putting (ho ball he-j hind lor a corner, but noilimK resulted. Holberton Score's AVallls started his forwards on great, rush, mada and Kastnri stPp and Charles was frcquctilly caKeJ upo'n save. Al- Hie wlni had dropped lo a great extent, St. Gsot-gc's gave" "the defense a lot of 11" press, anil KeTcral times threatened otto- flUnginp shot- I to score, and al last a grci'i.f shot .blVValancc, but he man- aged io hla' nel clear, and Ifol- bertori-salted irrnnd pTtt oul ot Yar as thaf 'goal was cddcerned, ;allhbOferi, glvlfnV; Corner. Although -a.'.goat .George's ._ .'htly'-'gave jromtid of c-venlng up. bat the were hardly on to each other's cood'T chances were On the re-sUrt the made a rush, but Xesblt and Ffr'th hept them In check. anM the United rial ted llielr ifoal In turn. After ten mfnucea ol give and lake, Mclntrre again sccurod (he bai, and, beating put Cal- llea two up. Paraona had lilllc with this one, and cotiM hardly be blamed (or the FCOTG. For a lime Ihe ball was hejjt Jn Scotch lerrfbny, bul the 9alaU apoiil their chances, ihroagh off-sides. "The (Tal- lies were playing .-sa-'c-, the one-back TEoJlierton did the and put his Fide one up with' Ihe best goal of I lift A lew minulfc later, be- fore tlie cheers had rtled away, he worked the position and flcnl In a ah'ot which' Wl the trossljar. Two Inches lower and I the score would hare bcrn tied, lor, laic in lumping. Ifard on. Si, Charlea luck1, Indeed. George's did moat o[ the attaching, a llltlfe rnort ijnseirish play by tlielr forwards might have had great reaulls. New life gpcmrd to enter into the loam, but several Rood chances were llirown away, fyifl their unavailing. The TO ti fa Lie sounded n'llh SU Gcorgt'd pressing hard, ar.d two or three scrimmages In front of Ihc CallleV In (1oiibL-io llnS last l Iclt the TO- ADDITIONAL SPOUT O.V PAQK 10, Victoria Day [SATURDAY) BASEBALL INTERNATIONAL Jersey A S Blngbampion.......... ii H Sellers and Hyde; McCalic .1 Imilh. OAU others -HAIL-, INSURANCE i IN THE BEST COMPANIES IMMEDIATE COVERING PROMPT -LIFE- INSURANCE IN THE CANADA LIFE Etlabllihed 1347 A Policy to Suit Every Need H. J. H. SKEITH Sherlock Blk. Phone "1M3 -t o BARONS WON OPENER n.SIlON'S. May 22. ThK opening Eaiuo or tbtf season: ticTo yesterday be- twecn ClarcBboliu and Uaroos nnil resulted In a win for'Ibe. homo team ty S to 7. I'... MEDICINE HAT V.8.; LETHBRlpGE ECKSTORM PARK GAMES Mo'rntna s at' Vefo'ck r-'V-" '.'i? :'i..A'DMISSION; BOXING! MAJESTIC THEATRE, LETHBRIDGE VICTORIA DAY O A SATURDAY, MAY The Grealett Boxing Tournament Ever Offered the Fant of Southern Alberta 10 ROUNDS MIKE PAULSON (135 POUNDS) OF MINNEAPOLIS PUGGY Battling MORTON (133 POUNDS) OF CHICAGO SEMI-WIND.UP JOCKEY WEBBER (115 DAVE BRUNTON (112 RINGSIDE MAIN FLOOR BALCONY and JI.CO FIRST BOUT AT OP. M. Seals now selling'at Alexandra Hotel Gigir Sland7 George Addlson'i, Lethbrldge Holel. Oul of town pilronc wlre or phorre LEN S. BROWN, Majestic Theatre, for reservations. r illard SERVICE STATION t' A'. Wlial the Wliiard Stryife Station Mwi Will Do For ;You ..Haying ciamlncdi your bat-, tcrj, rip .u'lil Itfi efcact condition.' ivlll eiplSIn'Its relation Ih'o rest of the electrical system motor, generator, lights. Ignition, and lUcse arc not In proper ad- ioslment ho will Ull you, BO thai you can have lliem proper- ly cared for. Ho will tell you how your driving conaiuonn the hatlcrj. He vlll show you Io nil tljo battery as needed, every two Veeki, with pure water. Alter your rirst visit he will leal the battery at any time you wish, ami If things arc not working as they should, hi will giro any advlco necessary. 311 6th Street South PHONE 616 :1A WELL-EQUIPPED I EMERGENCY KIT I AND KELLY-SPRINGFIELD.TIRES fitart-' ..ynf J THE lEEMfO SUPPLY to. 416FOURTH'AVENUE We Employ Trained Mechanics Only It (9 an the untrained to get experience, en your can i Brtap. and to know NINTH 3TREET AND FOURTH AVEIIUE 8OUTH, LETHBRIDOI Powerful Nash Motor AVENUE SOUTH ;