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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE r.ETHBrtinGE DAILY JIEIU WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1920 BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus For the Best Result for All Kinds of WATCH REPAIRS ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH BROS. Mall Your Watch Tc Issuers of Marriag; Llcer.ies No Witnesses Required MONARCHSSHOW WHAT TRAINING DOES FOR THEM Football at Eckstorm is Scheduled Monday's Games Should Not' Have Been Played; Some INTERMEDIATE FOOTBALL That Poor Exhibitions SCHEDULE Injure Ball Hero This. Sum-1 i mer. June vs. Miners, Pork. i June The first football game of the season to be played In Eckstorm Park will he played toaigfit. The C.'P. R. am' North l.ethbrldge v.-lll fight It out to night. This promises to be a good game. Ground conditions are nothing tu boast about and some trouble Is expected from tliat source. Both the XortU Lethbridge aud the C. P. R. teams Lave been practicing ban! siuce their last games and a bet-' ter brand of combination work is BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. National League defeat of the Lothbridge All Stare Is no reason for anyone to, Adams Park, ballove that baseball Is dead in Leth-1. vs, bridge. All the games showed was that the Lethbrldga boys need more prac- tice, and If ttst rarac bunch wft-e to- Sslher as a team for Ihs season, it is practically sure that tiey would make first class amateur aggregation. Anyone who attended the games on !ho holiday-knows that the teams were promised.' Leth-1 The; Lethbridge team will be: North June vs. C.P.H., Adams Park. June Lethbridge is. Min- Bckslorm Park. July Lelhbridge vs. C.P.H., Adams Park. July vs. Miners, Eck- I Tatnbor, Harrison, Tennant, Lackle, Earl, ilutlon, Lackle, Thompson, Smith, Gurr. The C. P. R. players will be chosen from: S. Milner, A. Thompson, IL Milncr, H. Lowe, E. Florendene-, Beard, McLuckle, Playfalr, Laurie, Bcstwlck. Clayton, A. Gurr, Gant, C. H. Smith. 'brown together. At the morning game aot enough players turned out and it was necessary to delay the start. At tho evening game too many players were on band but pitchers able to voi-k were scarce. This Is not postmortem for the Bridge boys by any means. They did not deserve to win either game on Monday against such a classy -bunch is Monarchy, each member of vhich team !s In first class physical I londltion. The membership of the I are training hard at gym, work! week and what occurred at the! Seld day In the afternoon showed con-1 that the Monarchs arc ath-l :etes. Need Practice 'Several o< the Lethbridge players sboVed the fans .that: Ihey can play nil'and that- they will form a pillar. n -thkr teams. O'Connor was a steady nan but needed practice behind tha 'Sal. His throwing to second was wild but all his faults Jlonday will be over- come as the season progresses. Fair storm Park. July vs. North Letli- bridge, Adams Park. The first mentioned club to be con- sidered the home team. ;inibited good form and Hendricks vas the same. However a number ot '.he players did not make good im- oressions as they would have done ifibu' R.OT.ARIANS GET FIRST GAME The Intermediate -baseball league got off 'to a good start last night In Eckstorm Park. Yesterday's rain did not injure tho condition of the grounds but improved them. The- Rotarlans fought the Miners to an eight to seven victory. The teams went through nine full innings. At the end of the teventh f were lied and wanted to stop, it were prevailed upon to go tho they had beea._playins in their regular limit. Fans declared the game to be a good one ail the way through. The :te poor eiaibitiSna.o! baseball put up jy the Lethbridge boys on Monday wsitibns. There Is_n'o denying ILe fact tuat liolarians had to use four seniors to team and it is thought the .rill protest. las done much'Jo give the fans a bad Tho Miners trotted out a vc-ry good opinion on the-calibre of ball to be ilayed he're this summer. Monday's fames should not have been played., The original intention ot the members i jf the senior league should have been idhercd to. That was that no outside i :cams be brought to tho cjty until the! eague had finished its schedule. The Jloaarchs ere an aggregation. liat has taken three years to round