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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta P.VGE SIX THE' fcETHBWDGE- -DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, 1920 BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus Wix JXZA- VSXJR HUSBAND KINO TX> T I fovtx TOCO AISD COMPLETE I EDUCATION- I KNOW It-TUATS WHY I HERE TO TO EUROPE- SO CAN OOYtt V_Egp- (c) er Un. fltTUM IK SILVER POLIS A new ehipuient of Silver Polish lias Just sirrlv To Introduce it .to .you.-wo :ai selling our regular o she for, bottle 6 CALL AND'CET ON5 ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH BROS. Issuers of Marrlag: No Wllnsssta Required BANKERS BLANK MINERS IN FIRST GAME OF SEASON Loses By Four to Slone Pitched Flue Ball, Fanning Eight Out of Nine Men in First Three Played Good Game All Through, la the lirit teuior league scheduled baseball game played on a diamond in tiie Jiortli section of the city last night the Hackers look the Miners into camp by an eight nothing tcore. Stone, pitcher for iho Bank- ers, performed splendidly, anil Slevo Seaman, for tlie would Lave ouil and to third on u pussefi hall. Thomas, Biggs and Cascaildco all oui. Started Hitting la the fourlh inniags Stone called for support. However, only three men faced him. KoU-ti flew out to Fair on and tlreguski -was thrown out, his team to the end of Uie Evans to Fair. Chuniak was hit by with a better record if lie had I a batted liall, on his third strike. made the score three 'to nothing for tuo Bankers. Maclean failed to connect "with llic ball. Schweitzer followed with a lieeu given support, O'Connor, for ihel The_ flftb find Huff, for th ?augbt fautriessly, There wid u larger crowd out to witness the opening of the .senior; three-sacker to deep right. A. Seanuiu league than turned out to see tbe Mouarcbs perform here on LEio holi- day. The Miners had a live bunch uf rooters, mostly youngsters. There was a good sprinkling of supporters of the Bankers out but Iho yelling did not unioupt to .much. Miners took' the field .Srst and allowed, one run to cross "the plate. 'Maclean started out with three unpro- fitable swings, abd then Schweitzer put one-out to short that was fum- bled. He proceeded to steal second and when Stone goVon baeo by a iirow to first, and sately by Kotch dropping Nothing -77-; r -i; Norlh Lcthbridge, United Played With Ten Men and Ulanked Railroaders North hung up'anotlier win last night they defeated-the C. P. !t. football team by four to notliinK. This gauitf'vas played at Kckstorm Park.' North Lelhbridgc wont through with' leu men. Harrisdu, tho full tack, played his positloiviircom'inend- ablo style, ana Tennaut, centre-for- ward, worked hard oil th'e O. H. Milner, back for the'C. P. H., was the means of keeping tho score as low as it Thompson started the socring five minutes after play liegan, and !ii tho second half Teimrint put iri'twd more. Gurr scored a' remarkable goal; get- ting it from the corner posU BASEBALL Major Minors Results and. League Standings. National League failed to catch Fair's hit to left. Schweitzer came'home, drawing tbe throw to Uie plate, allowing Fair to gain second. Fair went to third on a passed ball. Stone flew out tot Kotch.. ETansyhit- a., single-between' first and second, and Fair went home. Zubach .did-not .successfully, handle O'Connor's :hit. :ihd Evans" advanced: ThouiJs struck out.' Plsy The first'doiible-play was pulled off by the Bankers in-.tho Miners' halt of the fifth. Huff hit to good Sea- by being thrown out at first by Zuhach, tho shortstop. Stone Fanned Thtm 'Stone started out tor the flankers with good control, and the first three batters, Kotdi.Gregoski and Chumach, all bit the air three times. The sec- ond innings for the Miners was near- ly a repetition of tub first, only Huff, (he first ciau up, flew out to Cascad- otlicr two died., A. Seaman finished the innings hy heing thrown out first by Hendricks, who had replaced on snort. Heudrlcks started off the sixth in- ning for the Bankers with a strike- out. Cascailden hit a ioul tly that Huff safely gathered in. con- nected with the ball and waa caught out by Zubach. den. In the third innings three bat-j Four men faced Stone in the other tors faced Stone and none of them half of this innings. Cholaek started i.i. .v, -out with a Dy to Schweitzer, and J. bit tbe ball. .The second and third innings for toe Bankers did not produce any runs, hut they found the Bankers feeling tho ball. O'Connor started out with a. two-base hit to left centre. Thomas Kpl sr.fe on first when Gregoski drop- lied a ball thrown by-Steve Seaman, O'Connor proceeding to third. Biggs abd Casuadden both swung thres times and tbo innings ended when Maclean bit to Kotch on second and was thrown oiit at first., Schwfiitzer again hit to Zubacb, -R-ho fumbeld the ball, at the opening of the third Innings. He stole second. Pair and Stone both failed to connect with the ball, and Kvaiis was thrown out, Steve Seatnaa to Gregoski. Seaman followed with a fly to Mac- lean. Kvans failed to get a drive by Kotcb, and Gregoski finished Hie Min- ers'. missing three healthy swings.. Stove-Seaman was working good and only allowett 'three Bankers to face him iu, tbe opening session of the Eeventh. Schweitzer hit a ground- er to Chumack on third and T.-as thrown'out at .first. Fair hit a fly to Gregoski, who made a prttty catch. He bad to'juii backwards several yard's to'gct 1C Stone new out to Cliu- U'on Cincinnati IS Chicago ,t....... Brooklyn 10 Pittsbiirg 37 St. Louis 15 Boston 12 New York....... 13 Philadelphia...... 13 last J4 14 1 J 17 15 17 20 Pet.- .676 .576 :571 .518 '.168 .433 .375 away from first and Maclean throw him out. fanned. Tho Bankers got another run in the arst of the eighth. A wild throw al- lowed Krans to rest at first a.'fen: minutes- Seauiau tried to catch liim asleep hut instead Gregpski 'was-not quite awake.. Evans went to second.' O'Connor flew out to Cholaek In, cen- tre. Thomas got ,Eafc when Grbgoski dropped tho ball. It was IhroVii' Zubach. Evans, bad reached third. Two tries were made to .get Thomas at second, two errors were and Evans crossed the plate. lienilricks. made a.foul fly that was gathered .in by Ihe CoEcadden fanned, .Four In-Ninth'.' Only three men faced Stone in'the eighth. Zubach hit to Stone 'who Champs Lose Wild Game ST. LOD1S; May Louts de- feated Cincinnati in a wild game to- day, 10 to 8. Score: Cincinnati............. S 14 1 St. Louis '...........10 17 1 Ring, Fistier, Eller and Wingo; Haines, .Jacobs and Clqmons. Dodgers Turn tables PITTSBURGr May 20. Brooklyn' won today's-garae from tho Pittsburg Pirates' by a.'score, of 3 to 2. .Scare: Brooklyn 3 14 1 ___'2 vs' i. Grimes Wlsner 'and Schmidt.. Only .two games scheduled.' TO HEM ONE Columbus Club Expected to ,'JIake Things Hot for Night's Winners i Following ths name.put up by the Bankers last night, hall fans expect that the clash tonight at .Eckslorm Park between the Bank- tn ami th'e Corumbus CEub will be 'a game well worth seeing. The Columbus Club has not been in ac- tion this season, but they are con- ceded to have a strong aggrega- tion of ball players. The game will start'at 6.30 p.m., and will be the 'first senior league game at Park. CALLIESILL IEI NO LUXURY TAX On any of our suits. We arc selling them while they last at We have a large range to choose all.sizes. You will not buy suits like these at-this.price'for a long you to come in. BERT KESTER'S MEN'S SHOP The Home of 20th Century Clothing Block On the Corner I American League Boston threw him .out at Srat.: -A. fanned, and Cholaek flew out to I Chicago Schweitzer. IB the cinth- Ihreo men New Washington fanned. The "Bankers rolled -in -'tour: moro runs in (heir half of the ninth. Mac- lean started off-with a blt--to Slave Seaman and ho died at first. Sch- weitzer fanned. Fair- hit .to cenlre, and Stone got safe on first when mack fumbled a grounder. Kvans hit to centre and a wild throw from St. Louis-... Philadelphia Detroit Won 21 .17 n is 13 12 S -Lost ..9 10 14 15 13 IS 19 Pet. .S90 Miners and Callies will lock horns tonight in Adams Park. en- thusiasts expect this- to be a good ;gamoj The they claim, have 1 been gaining in strength, and tho Cat- lies have not lost any of., theirs. The Callies' line-up will Be: Doug- Batsman, Easlon, Jackson, Piuk, .548 Mcllvena, Knighl, Thompson, Wilson, liobinson, McFarlano, Tarleton. CTeveland Loses Lead WASHINGTON, .May ton defeated Cleveland 13 to 3 today only game played out oJ a allowed Fair to cross the scheduled series ot three. As a result plate. O'Connor hit to (bird and got j Of the defeat and Boston's victorv over safe, and Stone brought in the second, st. ciereland ilost the-lead'in a th. run of innings, double, hit t a the league race. ,Score: dricks got whdn.: the; first base- man dropped the ball, (o make homo but There Is no reason for thd Jflners to he discouraged. They good but some of the ineu-in the Infield neod nioro practice. Kotch, Cleveland 2 Washington ,-yi Calasve'll, Morton, 'Iciark and', O'Nelll; Zacliary, Johnson; and Gha'rrlty; -Athletics Had Swatfest PHILADELPHIA, May ROTARIANS AND MINERS MEET ON FRIDAY NIGHT The senior Itotarlans will he matcSed ngainst the''.Miners ou Friday night at Adams Park. This will be the first game tor tfie Hotarians in the city league. They were .scheduled to open the league hut weather .condl- made It impossiblo to play the game. Both teams have been working hard. American Assn. Milwaukee S; Columbus 6. Kansas City 7; Toledo 13. St. Paul 10. Minneapolis 4; Louisville 5 (10 inn- Annette Si. Ours, fivo yc-ars old, was fatally burned, while playing at her homo In Threo' Rivers, Quo. 1 on second.-and Gregoskl. on first, were delphia hammered Williams hard to- very much oft color. That tells much.: day and easily defeated Chicago 10 to J2. 51ome runs by Porry and Dugan AB R H FO A the total 18 'In 10 playing days Is Unable to Reduce to 123 Fight Papin The Miners' half produced another Clsumack got safe The fourth innings for the Hankers lirat when did not successfully ended -vvltEout any more, runs be- (TConnor got on safe by fly to deep centre and Maclean wan a tviiti inEow from Huff. Bankers Maclean, cf Schweitzer, Kalr. Ib Htone, p Kvans, 2b O'Connor, c Thomn Henrlrickp, SF Cascadrtcu, rf Our Name and biir TRADEMARK Guarantee the Quality ntlcniliince 300; unip'irca and FJrlggs. C, P. R. PRACTfCE FRIDAY 2 jat the local park." Score: 3; Chicago........ 11 Philadelphia 15 0 Williams. I'ayno and Schalk; Ferry 0 and Perkins. Ruth's Eighth Homer NEW YORK. Jlay York 'made it two out of three from Detroit J! _I _1 _1 J! _I! hero today, 4 to 1. .In the second Inn- s ing Ruth hit his eighth home run. score: giivcir 170 0! Dauss and Stanage; Mogridge and i Hannah. Boston Goes to Top j BOSTON, May easily 0 defeated St. today 9 to C. Score: 0 St. Louis.............. 5 10 0 9 12 o Shocker and Scirerold; 1'cnnock'and 4 1 Summary Three-base hit. ScliwnlUcr: LTO- tiil. stolen O.'Con- i nor. Schweitzer 2, Tiioincs 2, Huff, SI j Hoatnan; basesi on uff Stone 1: i -trutk by Stone 15: by S. Sea- rnnn 14: ilouble playa. Macteiti lot International Koohester 2; Toronto 3. Jersey City 3; Syracuse 10. Baltimore E. Buffalo .10; i All members of tho C. P. H. arc to ''iio nl lli'c j freight shells Frjjlsy night at 7.JO for practice.' '-.j STAGE DAVIS CUP PLAY AT AUCKLAND WELLINGTON, N. Z., May Auckland has been chosen BB tha scene of the Davis cup tennis tourna- ment by the New Zealand Lawn Ten- nis Association, which recommends that the tournament ba held Decem- ber 20 to 24. FIFTH oTREET MONTREAL-, May an- nouncement that Frauklo Fleming is to box George Papiu, the French lightweight, here next week, makes it apparent that Fleming Is through with j tho featherweight division, and will in future devote himself to light- weights. H f3 no secret that Fleming has outgrown the featherweight divi- sion.. He can no longer make 12U pounds, the stipulated weight. Fleming weighed 133 pounds when ho knocked out Larry Connolly hero recently, and the best he could do In his effort to reduce, for the proposed Kllbane bont wus 128 pounds. FaAovy Service for McLaughlin Owners We always aim to keep our tlc- jtair Stock up to Uie minute, iu order to Insure the owner of a McLaughlin Car tbe prompt ser- vice necessary to the enjoyment of the uninterrupted use ot his car. Lethbridge Motors Ltd. PHONE 1454 ELEVENTH STREET SOUTH FIGHT WAS STOPPED Oakland 2. tiiWeriion-V.-. lo' 2; S.! Salt 4; ScatttiTl. ST. Mo.. Mny ilulnd plBht-rnund bout be- tween Jark rif unrt I Hcnny Valgar. of New York, here last night, was slopped in the lust round liy the referee, declared Valgar refused to 'finlit and held continuous- ly, carried the fight to Val- gar throughout, according to news- paper writers. The men foueht U pounds, Western Vanada At Saskatoon: Calgary 11; Saska- Won 1. At Moose ,Jlcglna 'i; Moose- Jaw 1. At Winnipeg: Edmonton-Winnipeg, SAFE! fiteto't tha i safe place for you to buy your base- ball equipment because we hand- le, only the reliable) and dur- nblo variety. Hols, balls, masks, Drotcotors, gloves and uniforms (hal are of makes used antl en- dorsed by'the.blg league play- c-rs. Alberta Saddlery Co. 306 FIFTH STREET Hat Slyles. from last year's models as ast season's lid do this year, want to retain your clnndln; as a here and get the model you must swim. CHAPT CLOTHES FLOHSHKIM SHOE 318 FIFTH STREE1 ;