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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRnXSE DAILY-HERALD SATURDA1VMAX BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McMarms J 1 CENT i I DOWN OPTICIANS We test your eyes ancT guarantee satisfaction. 0 0 ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH Issuers of Marrlags Llcenm No Witnesses Required SEAMAN WON HIS OWN GAME AGAINST ROTES LAST NIGHT I'inill Score Wns Eight lo Two; had poled a perfect homer lo left. First Home Huns of Season Were Only Had One Error LEAGUE STANDING Loot Bankers........ f) Miners.......... 1 Holarlans......... i> 1 1 "Put. l.OOu .000 .000 Next game Monday. May 31, (Miners TS. Columbus Club at Eck- storm Park, at Jliners hroke into the win column in tho senior baseball league lust iiisnt'at Adams Park by tieaUy; errorless ball against U'.o llot- taking tho into canin luno of S-'l fur the Ml game; of the season. In spite o! ih'cihigh wind which swept across the diamond Ihe game was and in- {Kidpath stopped ifie scoring [men had got im the paths, but Mul- i bollatul was put out of the gumo on J ihe third out. He fielded a fast i grounder from Jimmy Watsou and 111 boating him to the sack gqt spiked. Maiiv thought for u lime his leg was .The Miners into the rim col- umn in the second on a three base blow by a hit by Zubach. They added another in. the fourth when Steve Seaman's bit to right, which should have been a single, wits mussed up in general allowing him 10 srarc on overthrows. Tho got one in tho sixth when Chotack dropped the throw to cut oft" Sang at first lie 'stole aud came home on niter .two were, downj In tut? seventh Ihu Miners opened a. keg sii Jilts. .indudiug Sea- ruus! tTiiey Major Minors Results and League Standings. National League FRAGMENTS: RECORD ANOTHER WIN; SAINT GEORGES-dO DOWN Won. Chicago......... 21 Ciuciunali....... SO I'ittsburg IS Brooklyn..... it Boston 15 St. Louis........ 16 Xew York....... H Philadelphia 12 15 13 U It 15 19 17 Pet. .553 .571 .563 .533 .500 .457 ,453 .3D3 Started Out By Playing Kine Game But Weakened; Jock Anderson Put the Saints' Goal In Hose t Tor jnost of" them. ter cuffed the- scoring. with a clean four'bfcggcr iitrthu eighth. The Miners were an cliff-; erent team than -they appeared' Wednesday nighl and will be .heard from again. ftpies -huye- h nice ftpies -huye- h nic fairly..' teresting and convinced, the fans that before the season is but city league iKtietall will be bringing out tho fans' hundreds instead of dozens. There-was'a fair crowd at the game and it's a i-inch weather warms up uext week's.Dairies will be'largely allendej for the boys practice' in going after flics. This nrp all up on their Iocs. There isn't j applies to Ihe Jliners. Not an out-' a'ieam in the league that isn't liable fiteld puiout was registered in last )k through with u game any I nigln's game. The Cogwheelera also t'-.Sneer, a world'of batting pra'ctice. Sev- eral mombers'- of the team are woe- fully at tho stick. This is just Jlu.llioHand and Hjdpath. 71ieir'ontfieltUhpTyqyer of time. The story of lasi night's game was "too ranch .Seaman." The .Miners' hnrler enhanced ui? reputation last night by striking oiit 19. selling three blows, one of them a dean home run, add scoring two runs. His other run came in tho fourth OH a bit to right 'was badiy mussed up by Fra- liok and mnffed by Rose at short on the throw in to head tho runner off second. Mulboiland, the Medicine fiat porl side'r, pitched a nice game nit-to the seventh when the coal dig- gers began to touch him up ralhcr frtely. At that snappy fielding would hire saved him sonic hits and runs charged against him. He der- ricked himself iu favor of Kidpath with two after Sieve Sehmin TACKLE store, before you go on that fishing trip and you'll 01- pcrience gcnirino "fialierman'o Tho right rod, reels, bait.' [hooks and tackle hero for all kinds ot fisb. Alberta Saddlery Co. 306 FIFTH STREET u hint. -..THE Sang, c Itohwer, 2b Kidpath. Ih-p Tambor, cf Jackson If FralicS, rt-Sb Muinbliahd, p-lb Rose. A. Xother, rf j Ivolcn: .l. Secman. cf Clnimick. rf I luff, S. Seaman, p Hefccla, as ZubachT Wntsou. Cbolack, 1-b EOX SCORE AB R H PO ____ I 1 1 10 i 4 Phillies Blinked XEW YOHK, May clinch, i-d today's game for York In the tliiril tuning when lie hit a homo run' with two on liases, defeating Philadel- phia, 4 to 0. Scoro: Philadelphia......... York............. Kisey and Sityder. H. K. 053 4 9' 0 lientan- and Homsr in Ninth Fragments got another win iu the Lethbridse and.District Football Lea- when they defeated St. George's three when Ihey defeated. St. C-eorges three to one. It should have been n three to nothing score. Jock Anderson gave the Saints (heir only goal by putting the hall through his goal in a misup iu front of tho .posts. The players started off with fine, combina lion work but fell dotvn toward the end of the first half and did not pick- up again. The Saints started off with the wind and pressed the Reds hard for :eomc time. About Cfieeu minutes after Itlay started tlie Saints were pressing hard ou a corner kick. Tiie ball went i against the bounced outo Anderson's face and went i Saints, particularly during the sec- ond half, was that they did not play tho ball 'hard enough. The Frag- nienta.were on their toes all the time but'.'tha Saints lacked aggressiveness. the last goal was' a pretty shot by Dunn, centre for tho Fragments. As in tho olher'cases there was a mixup in front of the goal and tlio ball went out 'to Dunn, who put a high one through'. The players lined up as follows Ssint Georoes Mclntyre .Nesbitt Firth Wallis HolberSon Westley I'earson CoITey Pearson 11 [neks H. Llnning Allen Dunn Kuox Mclivena Shaw Edwards Dunlop Anderson Kane Mclivena Fragments LAST DAY To secure suits at the prices we are selling 20th Century of suits to choose from. Every Suit Up to on sale at Every Suit Up to on sale at SALE ENDS TONIGHT I s BERT KESTER'S BROOKLYN. May Iioaie i througli the goal off his Ehouldc-r. run with two en tw.o out in 1 Many of the spectators claimed that tho ninth today's'game for Hoi-j the ball was through tho goal before ton from Brooklyn, C lo 3.. Score: -It. H. .E. rioston................. u n ..3 Brooklyn............ a S 2 Filllncham and O'Neill; Pfeifrer and Elliott. 1 Reuther Unbeatable CINCINNATI. May nl-i lowed only three .'hits to-i tills but Refereo .Tennant apparently did not sec it that way. Billy Knox. inside right for the Fragments scored two of the goals for J the victors. Billy I.inning had been playing ,u tine game on the outside I left since the start1 and about twenty-: five minutes afteV'-the first goal he) ady a. up the Field, A E 1 0 I 1 AB H H PO 5 1 I 0 t 19 o 0 '1''] 0 tJ 1 7 day, while the Jie-js hii Cooper hard! placing tiio ball In" tlio centre. A mix- and won, 0 to 1. iip followed and placed it in Score: It. H. li.jthc centre wJIcn Knbx made his first Pittsburg 1 -S 2 j (ally, o low shot that Mclnlyre failed Cincinnati G 11 0 to stop, This goal was scored a couple Cooper, and Schmidt; lieu- !of minules .before' the half time MEN'S SHOP The Home of 20th Century Clothing Alexandra Hotel Block On the Corner c- OLD .COUNTRY CRICKET SHAMROCK IV; May Canadian ther and Rariden. Alexander's Tenth Straight CHICAGO. Jlay Chicago v-amo into first place today by winning '.a double-header from Ixniis, C to 2 and lo 0, wuilo Pitlsburg lost to Cincinuati. Incidentally, the first game gave Alexander his tenth 0 0 lory, while the second was Vaughn's sixth stmight. Kirst game: li. H, B. St. 2.V 4. .-.'I-; Chicago "9 !i Mayo and demons; Alexander and Killifer. Second game: ft, II. -B. Kt. I.ouis .0 "1 Chicago ..............I. 7; 11 0 KijluiDiJ and Vaughn and Killifer. whistle blew, which made the score thon one to one. Harold Mclivena played a strong game on outside right. He was fast but failed on .a number of good chances. He prov'tS to foe strong kicker and played combiuation with his comrades in good style. He was Bout Scheduled for June 4 Pro- mises (o be First Class Affair Associatetl beat Warwickshire by 269, Ibo scores hfiog: Yorkshire. 275 and 217. anil the "club declared 'for five wickets. Warwick scored 170 and 93. Kilnock, who has already made Ihe highest score so far in the first-class cricket Ibis.season, contributed 121 for York' shire. There were three, big individual scores in tho Northampton. match CALGAttV, May hilling of Billy Kramer against Frank Barrleau j in this ctly on June 4 wHl provide the I local fans with tho toughest boilng bout which the commission has ever staged. considered one of Am- erica's I responsible for the ball going into J (he enemy territory, on a number of occasions. Gets Another 'v long after the'second half got under way Knox scored his .second goal. A shot was made at Mclntyre. who rushed. He: knocked the ball against Sussex, .which was won by the lutlcr by eighl wickels. Wnlde, tho Tottenham Hotspur footballer, made 111 for Northampton, and Bowley 1G9 and Cox 50 for Sussex. Scores wore: Northampton, 119 and 414; Sussex, and 80, for two wlckels. Rain greatly delayed the play nt Manchester In the Lancashire-Middlo- 39 S 13 27 3 1 Scwf by H H E Roloriaos 001 7 '0 Miners .......010 101 if! runs, S. Seaman, Kosc; three base hits. Ueceda'. stolen bases. Sang. Churaick. HuiT, S. Sea- man, Cholack 2; struck out. by Sea- man 19, by Mulliollaud 10. by Kiflpath 2; liits off Mulhollam! 11 iu 7 2-3 in- off Ridpath 2 in i 1-3 innings: wild pitcli nidpath; earned rims, Hot- American League about twenty feet out and Knox rnado a nice kick through.. The Fragments -were pressiug the Saints hard during the second half, Holherton, playing centre half was kept busy and acquitted himself well. I UlllLCU, iVlnt.ll Lancashire. 2-5 and 70 lor five vlck- Champion O'Dowd, and not until last 'November did the champion provo himself a decisive victor. He knocked out Kramer in six rounds in Milwau- kee after taking considerable punish- mcnt.froin him. Kramer, has fought ets; Middlesex, 1S5 and J17 all best men iu tlie world at his Among some of those who lie ImUlcd'.wcre Mike Harry Jeff Smith, Marly Cross a'nd Jlikc McTigue. Last summer he fought j a J2 round battle with .McTIgue In Jersey CUy, which resulted in a draw. ESKIMO AT SPOKANE SPOKANE, Wash., May roc. an outfielder from the Edmonton cluii of the Western Canada nascb'all league, reported yesterday for a try- out with Hie Spokane-. club of Pacific International League. YACHT; TO HAVE ALE ENGLISHMEN ON BOARD He has tried to get a return match ariansl, Miners and liriggs: 1. Umpires Wray CANADIANS HAVE A CHAN'CB TO ENTER U. S. COL Cleveland..... Hoston........'. Chicago...... New York Washington St. Ixiuls...... Vhlladelphia...... Detroit......... 20 17 1C IS 12 10 L Hi 15 18'' M 22 He gave his forwards good support. Mclnlyre, in goal Lad a'lot of worK _, to do during the first half as well as! Wl11' Brosseaii went ____ the second and stopped a number Illm. Jlc' shots. Coffey, playing centre haB !l> PW 1'ct. ward, was right after the hall ali appeal. -Ori.ltime hut onu1 great fault with Ihe I met Hilly Shade at in a six-round bonl Monday -51S' .511! :i !tt) Western Canada May Tho Interna- tional goif tournament between' Can- ada and ihe United States will take place ot the Engineers' Club, Long Island, on Seflemher 2. This dale has [been agreed upon by the Koyal Cana- idian Golf Association at the reiiuesl of Ihe United Suits Golf Association. Tho latter have Dinted out thru any Canadian players who wished to do so, could thus enter tlio United Stales championships which'will he played Iherc beginning'-September RETREADING Get -your tiro rotreiulcd by us. We lire irv.-v. We Are Also Experts In Sec- tlonal Work, Broken Beads, etc. We are here to give service. Spe- cial service to out-of-town orders, paid one way- Lelh- bridge's Leading Rctreaders. Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works PHONE 1664 E. CHAPLIN, Lethbridae. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH AT MACLEOD 712 3rd AVE. S. B. CHAPLIN. Maelcod. i Saskatoon 0' Kdmon'.on. At Winnipeg: ;.At Saskatoon: toon 3. Moose Jaw: Jaw 4. 12 10 9 -1- Canary Reglna BASKAT.OON. SaSk.j Detroit Wins in Ninth ficial standings .ST. UJIMS. May Won triple and singles by Hush and Pin-; Calgary.......... 16 elli, after two were out in the ninth, IS gave Detroit today's game with St.! Winnipeg.----- I.ouis. i Moose .law Score: Us-H. B, Detroit s.. S.t. 1 S' Oldhnm and Alnsmlth; Wt'iluian and: Bluings. Indians CLEVELAND, May won the opening game of the scries from Chicago today, 13 to C. Score: 11. H. K. Chicago fi 11 2 Cleveland 1" 19 2 ralmr, Payne, Kerr, llealh and Schaik; Dagby, 'Morion, Niehans and O'Neill. Ruth Passed, Ganr.s Won BOSTON. May the ejghth In- lllng of to.lay's game with'lwo out and two on, Husscll purposely llutli and then walked 1'ratt. forcing in the run.which gave Xcw York a 1 to T. victory over Itoston. Score: K.-11. K; I New York i Hi fl llnaton 0 iiliorc-, (Juinn nnd lilli.-cll .May Lost 5 D 9 11 13 '17 !conver was a hard fought battle and the newspapers seem to think thai tho Canadian champion should1 have .been given a decision, which was de- cided a draw, llarr'eau has been i figured by many an the ono fo take the losing end in many of his recent j matches, hut ho always comes out of the contest with a decision to his t credit. Harrieau is a far heller man than a great many people wish to give him credit for being, and he is, In the eyes of those who know, one of the .best men of the presenl day 1.G2 pounds The and fans w'cro disap- SUMNER VEAZEY INJURED CHICAGO, May Vca- zey, captain o( the Universily of Chi- cago gymnastic team in 1917-18 and national inter-collcgiato Innibllng champion, is In a hospital today par- alyzed from his waist down as the- re- sults of a fall from his motorcycle. It 13 said Ms >ach irf broken and he may not live. "LONDON, May Canadian Sir cbatlenger for Uio American Qup. is an Irish.yacht, the challenge'being -sent, .by Royal Ulster Club of lielfast, 'she! will lia'vof an enliro English crew. Slic also was'i built In, England. ,'Capt. Albert Turner, her pro'fes-r sionnl skipper, and all but two ot her crew are from Kssex. 'fho two es-' ceptions arc from Cornwall. Tho average age ot the men is 35 years. Three wcrq in the crew ot Sham- rock HI. when she raced in tlio United. States-sevenleen ligo. They are Edwan! Herd, mate; William Clark, chief cook and Arthur Darnet, sea- man. Herd was a.' seaman ou the old Clark Is looking alter the 'stomachs of'the" mSti', but is a veteran at (rimming sheets arid will lake a hand in the fortlicorilihg races. All tho men were in the war. Sev- eral who went to tho United Stales on the chullenger 'in' Kn'rned back Host ofi'them wero on 5 A few planted -mines. Shamrpck IV is Capt. Tumor's largest racing yacht. lie has been racing thirty years, however, ono of Iho craft he. handled being the 13- melr'o Octavia. lie hac had 15-metre and half waters. COLUMBUS CLUB PRACTICE C. C. baseball club practice at o'clock Saturday afternoon nt Kck- storm Park. AH playera requested to ho present. 410 FIFTH STREET Pel. .762 .591., .475 Winnl- not seeing him perfortn O'Dowd lasl month, but: .ijaylia.jDarrWau junddublcd.ly look the wh- wlreti ho prbierrcii to not me Edmonton 3, Moose 1 Vt-rnon 2, Los Angeiea 3. Sacramento 0, Portland I. Oaklaurl I, San -Francisco 1 nlngfi (12 in- Senators Win May wfitr batted from Ihe box in the first inning today, Washington defeating thfi locals, 6 lo'l. 'Sf.nrf. H. H. K. 0 1-1 1 Philadelphia............... 1 S 1 Krickvon and 'Xaj-JoK.Ha4- ty, Ivouinioll and American Assn. MHwfluicn 7. Kansas Cily Minneapolis J, Paul 7, (No otlusr gamc.s schcJnlcd. EC meet! iODowrl until later on, Another match winch Uic boxing j 'commiaaion have is the 8-i round bout hclwcnn Alex Tail, hroth- er ot Tail, and young Hallo, j Tlolh of these boys have been seen I hero in action during Ihe past, but I yipung who is considered a grcal-j ho'x'cr ihan hlg. brother, has not I ihccn seen in Calgary for nearly Iwo! ycera. The ahnSly'of HaNo is well: known among all boxing pnd this hont prove ono of tlto fasloat flnd most evenly matched that t haa cref been pulJetl off, -There fs one other Important bruit; {of 10 routula to !jc scheduled two local boys, both of whom Jno known anrl who will surely vresenl a coutcsl that will be full of thrills from start to. flnJsh. International Jersey CUy G, Hallinioro i. (No othor gamos scheduled.) SUSPENDS PLAYERS ST 1'AUU May Blckey-of the Arnorinan Association, has suspended Outfielders Duncan n'nd Haas and Shortstop IJooue ol the 'St. Paul club, for naing offensive lan- j gnago on Ihc pjaylng field. IIaa.1 was suspended for 10 rfays. and j and lloone for flvo days Y ourse If This is what H actually mentis. All you hava lc walk into tho boat KuU in tho'place, tho entire" atock Is abso- nt your tTsposal, there is no reserve, pay us or Tncac aro tlio only prices: We Can't ------We're tak'ni; a slock ut naiv prices, Buy Today at Tkese Prices fiiaiicc. If drop f can ropldlliHr our SHOP OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES AND THE FLOR3H6IM OHOE OLIVER BLOCK 818 FIFTH STREET ;