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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBtUDGE DAILY HEIt AID TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1920 BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus ii riityM INS. HELLO- XOU-JlCCitj? V-'EUL- XOO'COME fydHT DOWN HERE. ANO ACT ME; OUT i OMU- r UVi Opticians ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH BROS. Issuers of Marriage Llcentes No Required: MONARGHS ROMP AWAY WITH ALL HONORS MONDAY Lethbridge All Stars Were No.Match for Amateur Champions of Game Was Improvement Over the First. Lelbbridge All Stars dropped two games Monday to the Monarchs. ot Medicine Hat. the provincial amateur champions of last year. Mouarchs showed clearly that they'have a splen- did team again this year and that they arc capable of playing fast ball. The Lotbbrldge boys snowed want of prac- tice. The Morning's Seance Nothing could hare been less auspic- ious than tie holiday morning, and (he result of the fame, 3S-4 in favor of tbo provincial champs, didn't add any joy- ousncss to the occasion. Three of the local crew picked to do battle with the Mouarchs failed to show up, thinking no game would be played in the terrible "wind. The result was a scramble for players, -with a very much patched up field on tbe defense. The game iras delayed in starting for over hall an hour, ivhilo an S.O.S. was sent out for gladiators.' Tbe Monarchs showed right off the bat that they have a baseb'all machine which -will have to be reckoned, with, in the provincial amateur champion- ship. They are particularly strong on tbe defense, though their attack makes them always dangerous. Lewis, former Calgary amateur champ, was on the mound for the vis- itors and was opposed 6y Hendricks of the local Bankers. Neither was over- ly! hard to bit, but Lewis was in better condition, haying'been'working stead- ily, for past month, while'Hend- rlcks is nursing a sore whip. Hend- riuks handles himself like a real pitch- and this big portsider will hare to. be reckoned with yet before tbo season is ended. The local boys started out as if they were going to make it a game. The Hat grabbed a counter in the first on a wild throw by Kennedy and a drop- ped fly by McKiliop. For the locals McLean, jiaslsd one on Hie nose for two bases right at the start, but died on' second. The Hatters wero blank- ed in the second though they got two men on the.paths, but Ihe locals push- ed a man around when Kennedy bit, stole second when a'wild peg by Scott weht by arid stoic Iiomc from third in K close The Hat added a quar- tet In the third, mainly due to the rot- Hendricks was out trying to stretch it to third on Stone's short hit. The Hat kept up Its sivalfesl in the getting six. O'Connor was In the Stone, behind the bat, and Heudricks at short. Stone -would have taken up mound duly but he too has a sore arm. In tbo first of tho sixth O'Connor-drove- one to the left field fence-for a. homer and the game was called off.. The lineup: Lethbridge Medicine Hat McLean; cf. Scott, c. Wilson, ss. Smeatcn, M> O'Neil, 2b. O'Connor, c., p. Clark, If. Kennedy, 3b. Lewis, p. Huflson, 2b. Carpenler. cf. McKiliop, If. S Qua nee, 3b. Faltvlb. rf. Score'bv Innings: Lethbridge Medicine Hat... and Briggs. Notes on the Game Letoridge collected 13 bits and the 10.. The condition of the diamond ia past mentioning. Medicine Hat city council spent- to put that city's ball park in shape. The-Herald's "advice to the local ball leasers 'leave outside teams at home, play league series right through and develop a team that will go oat, and beat Jlie Monarchs in Sep- fans will support roke its 16sfng streak today by. win- ning from Boston, 4 to 3. McQuillan pitched brilliantly for six rounds, but 11 the seventh the Heds knocked him out the box. Score: R. H. B. Boston 2 5 '.'0 iineinnati 4 12 0 and Gowdy; Reu- tber and ''Giants Win ST. LOUIS, May .York broke St. Louis' winning streak today, defeating the locals, 7 to 4. i Spore: E. H. E New York............... 7 H 0 St. 4 14 2. Nehf, Toney and Snyder; 3lierde.ll Ninth Straight for Alexander CHICAGO, May won bis ninth consecutive game today Cleveland Big Field Day and Large Dance -at Exhibition Grounds Mon- day Night Wiped Off Standing Debt of Association. The L. A. A. A. Is out of the hole financially. As a result of receipts from the Hudson Bay field day and the dance at night the Lethbridge Amateur Athletic Association Is able to wipe out its debts'and face the world with a smiling face. When the L. A. A. A. opened its season it was something like ,9700 below the ground. The differ- ent branches of sport In Leth. bridge agreed to co-operate to clean off this debt and relieve the .burden that rested on a .number of prominent citizens of the city. The Hudson Bay Company step, ped in and with the dance at the exhibition ground, which was at- tended by over six hundred peo- ple, sufficient was raised to put the association on Its feet. SUIT WAS SO SUCCESSFUL THE FIRST TWO DAYS THAT WE.HAVE DECIDED TO CONTINUE IT FOR THIS WEEK. ASK YOUR FRIENDS ABOUT THE WONDERFUL SUIT VALUES WE ARE GIVING: Every suit up io Every suit up. to going at.-- BERT MEN'S SHOP .The Home of 20th Century Clothing Alexandra Hotel Block On the Corner. American League International ay when Chicago shut out Philadelphia, C to V. Score: Philadelphia Chicago H. B. 6 9 Eixey ami.Withrow; Alexander and Killifer. Dodgers Defeat -Adams PITTSBUIiG, May pilch- ing by Siammaux enabled Brooklyn to defeat Pittsburg, 1 to 0, today. Score: H. H. B. Brooklyn............... 1 n o Fitts-burg.............: 0 '4 0 Jlammaux and Hiller; Adams and Schmidt. SATURDAY GAMES First Triple Play This Season ST. LOUIS, May Louis de- feated New York today by lying tbe score in the ninth and winning In the tenth, 3 to 2. Tho winning run was scored off Benton mi an Infield Won. IS 15 11 33 Lost. 9 p 12 15 15 1G '39 21 Pct.! .700 .500 VMS' .'Sin .270 Hochester. (j-0, Toronto la-3. S. Baltimore. 2. "'Akrpn 13. bit. pass, field- sacrifice and er's choice. Tho first triple play here this season was made by the lnnl0- locals in !ho tenth. Burns'led off with a scratch hit down the third Boston Chicago Xew York Washington St. Louis Philadelphia Detroit Felsch on Ruth's. Heels PHILADELPHIA, May batted Naylor hard today and took tbo.opening game of the series from the locals, 10 to 2. Felsch tied Buth's 1920 home-rim'record by hitting his sixth homo run ot the season. Score: R. H. B. .Chicago ...........10 13 0 Philadelphia.......... S8 1 Faber and Sclialk; Naylor, Hasty and Perkins. Detroit Wins With Ehmke YpItK, Jfay mite's greats pitching and a timely liomo run by Flagatead enabled Detroit to de- feat New York today, 3 to 1. Bulh American Assn. i Kansas City o. St. Paul Indianapolis 6r MiuueapollB, Louisville 2. Milwaukee" i, Coiumbiia -1. Western Canada Pacific Coast rui'.uinu v, bau I'lHUclbeo Seattle 3, to's-Angeles e. Oakland 3, Sacramento 2. Yernon Salt'.'L'ake 6. MONDAY GAMES Al Calgary: Edmonton 4-4, gary 7-9. At Winnipeg: Moose Jaw fl-3, nipeg 7-5.- At Regina: Saskatoon T A I L Slillfe K 410 FIFTH STREET made New York's only hits, one a _ bndty" again Et them. When Furlong not feel discouraged over Iho first footed off -second on a trick play and went In tho box he struck out two men I game. They were tlreil out when tboy -went on tho field, bill when condi- tions were better for the second game First Impressions are Lasting With Many Individuals "A man's dollies. In fact, are naturally in A social community, part 'of himself. They are not something that he puts OK. and takes off and bear no relation to his personality, but Ihe r. inan wears arc. part of his personality, considered from a common-sense point of Ytew. Therefore they should fit Into it. They should bo on him unobtrusively. They should be part of the We Cuitora Tailors and Clothiers A suit from a big line of materials 'rmado for you'' by our expert tjOors cr it you desire a famou> THORNTON-DOUGLAS SUIT tail- ored by Canada's leartlng house. In either you will bo well tut not expensively Fred Thaell PHONE .THE QUALITY STORE 315 FIFTH ST. S, LETHBRIDGE they played better ball. GOLF base line ami went all tho way ,to third on Stock's wild throw. Young walked, and Fletcher, who followed him, lined to right field. Schultz made a brilliant catch and his throw to lite plate caught Hums trying to score from third. Young also had started running wllli tbe hit and demons' throw to Foumicr put Inni out. It. H. K. 2-7-1 12 I The wlml played it in both .morning and afternoon on the holi- day. i Tlio golfer.s were handed wind checks, and told to come around the Mid of the week'. All play was called j Cincinnati off .IB wind made any fair test of golf i absolutely out of the question. I Many played a round or so during j 1'oslmi Score: New York St. Louis....... Uenlon and K. Smith; Sher- del, Haines and Clemens, Dillioefer. H. 11. B. I'hilartelnliia............ S Ifi C CblragM 15 15 (i Weliiorl, Hells. Cantwcll, Galia and Wheat; Martin and O'Farrell. n. H. K. Brooklyn -1 10 i I'illsbure............ I 8 0 Crimes and Miller; Cooper, Wiener and Schmidt. K. II. B. HoEton 1.0 2 and Gowdy; Kallce, llress- SUNDAY GAMES the fe'ol Ine exercise but 'conditions did not imjirove their (lulf suffered with all other sports of the day. The commiUee anno.mce the Ewart Cup, the President vs. 'and the qualifying round for the rap- tain's prize for llic coming week-end. c- FOOTBALL GAME WAS'POSTPONED Tho International game be- tween Kngland and Scotland, scheduled for Monday morning In At'nms Pnrk, was postponed on account ot the high wind, If pfmlblo this game will be worked In laler in Ihe season, the date to bo decided by tha executive of ihe leigiic. <'Incliiuali.......;