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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 'SATl'niUY, MAY TUB DAILY HrTHAU? PAGE NINE. Itunninj; Races, Baseball and Football All Contained in Pro- gram for Fancy Raccs.Planned. y Churches-o( Lothbridsft are. plan- Cling u monster joint picn.ir; ouiJuly. affair, it is planned. wll! take the place the Individual church: liicuicV usually held and iyrill lie e step toward bringing the churches la u closer, working basis in the city. Practically all popular picnic games arc included on Ihe tentative pro- gram, as drawn-up by Frank Kilmer, ;who charge ot tbe sports; Notable blf hat so many usei as following J3 tiio program o! sports '.or too picnic: Girls' Events 50-yard dasfc, sli and seven .jrears of ago. 50-v-ard dash, eight and nine years of ago. 50-yard dash, tea and eleven years o( EO-yard dash, twelve and thirteen years of age. 15-yard and fifteen yeara of age. 75-yard dash, seventeen years ot age, :V Three-legged race, under twelve. Hopping race (30 twelve and Boys' Events 50-yard dash, sis ana 'seven years] of age. dash, eiglit aud nine years ot ase. 75-yard dash, ten and eleven years of age. 75-yard dash, twelve auj thirteen years c-f; ago. 100-yariiI dasli, foitrlteii aud years ot age. lOO-yard dash; sixteen and seventeen years of age.- Sack raw, under twelve. Three-leggedrace, uudcr twelve. Burden race, twelve and thirteen years of ago.' Over iliii lop, fifteen In team, twelve asd thirteen years of age. High jump, fourteen, filleen aud sixteen-year.} of age. Caterpillar- race, eight boys, over averted .that tbe- new codet.thf ringside. will be enforced to the letter and has warned all promoters, managers aud boxers, to that effect. Following are some of the new niles; .Contestants -shall not be permitted to have more tlian three attendants or seconds and tliesu must rc-fraiii trom I poaching during ilic ot the rounds. Seconds shall a fan and not towel Jor fanning boxers. All seconds tliull reaiijhi in their boxers' corners during the bout anl liot plate lueiusi-lves in a neutral Only ioft bandages be allow- ed on boxers' hands. Only rouml bouts permissible. Tlu- foul blow 3s the "3dd- ney iiuurli" siuill be- bsnvcl. shall IL- prohibited. No Uxer shall bq permitted to to costume. cor.testaut must bs furnish- ilracL signed by manager, I promoter. ig a boxer shall not bo per- mitted. All ctL'uestants in star bouts shall weiir '.viii Kvcry cd a (n'l boxer LIIK ID tho superintendent of polk-e water by seconds on their 1 lx-foro ti'e contest, durittg a round shall disqualify' of OisappoiiUmcut the publiu liie out-half o! the latter's IQOney SJlfii! go to I." I imir.l lift pill nn- fourteen yeiirs of age. Other Sports ,aiiil football, fourteen years of age. i Running' backward (30 the.sweet oil of.Aprtcots. twelve and' thirteen years ot age. Ueari race-, over, fourteen years bl age. i 300-yard relay race, six In team. Mixed-Events Blindfold.4race, over fourteen years of age. Thread and .needle race, over four- teen years ot age. foriii a lurge part .of" the program as yell as "the races. In .the baseball elitnina- lipu gatncs iviirbe" played. Several girl teams' are's'chcdul'ed to play five inuiug gaines.-aa follows: -Wesley vs Kliox., vs. United; St. Marys v's. 'Si; Aiigu'sliu's, The Bap- tists will play the winners of the last'jgame 'meutiohed. T.he. winners ciamplon- Like .Whev you see our menu card, an'd bVjiungry when the food Isj served. You will like our special dishes The Yale THE NEW CAFE 212 FIFTH STREET SOUTH Itched andBufHed. Scarce- ly Heals, "Pimples affected tny foce." They were large phd always festered, and .they were scattered all over rny. face. They afterwards 'turned iririto' scales and when they fell off they left, ;rny face'was 'disfcguied. They itched .find burned so that I scarcely slept at all. "I had been bothered for neatly two months before I started using Cutlcura, and after I had used three boxes of Cutlcura Ointment with the Cutlcura Soap I was completely heeled." L. Burns, St. Bazile, Que., UEC Cutlcura Soap, Ointment and Talcum for all toilet purposes. 2fc, OlnlEicut 2S SOc. Sold throughout thcDomirucn. Lrm.oi. Ueltbd, SL Pntl St., -_, k- length the boys. Follpwlng (s vs. United St. itary's. "St. "Augustin's will play the-" last game mentioned.. Eliipinalion system will be followed in this tournament as'wcti. In the football games twenty-five minuto halves will be played. Tho schedule follows: St. Augustin's vs. Knox; Wesley vs.' United; Christian vs. Baptists. SI. JIary's will play the winners ot tho last Kamo mentioned, Elimination system will. he. followed. All these games will .not bo playcO at the picnic. Only the finals are sclieduled for that day. Tho'-fi.rsi round of each schedule or league ravel be played by June 19; the.. .Becom round -by June The average age of each teatn must not exceed four teen years. Rush of Former W. C. Leaguer1 Is Has 10 Homers Now f We are open for business in new premises and as we nre increas- ing our staff, will be able to execute nil orders promptly. If your shoes are fixing, have theni done by the only practical shoe makers in the business in the city. It costs no more. We call deliver orders to all parts of city. PHONE 693 418A Fifth St., 3 Doors South of Colonial Theatre. LOOK AT THIS! Fifty pairs of Boys' Solid Leather'Boots in black and tan, sizes to 5. and values for Twelve pairs, Youllis, 11 lo 13 Solid Leather MINER'S SHOES from to 'THE ADOVE ARE ALL SOLID LEATHER BOOTS, H. G, KILNER THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH Annual Meeting AND ELECTION OF OFFICERS a w. T' UTTta Next Sunday, May 30th AT 3.00 P.M. IN G. W. V. A. CLUB ROOMS All Members Are Requested To Be Present. CHICAGO, May Fournler, the former American Leaguer now playing .first baso with the St. Louis Nationals, is on a batting rampage jvhich -promises to'rush-him to the! froat in the National League' race. T-ho big -boosted, his 1 batting mark from .293, last according lo average released 'toila'r and.' yrhich incliulL games of Wednesday. Fouriiier par- ticipated in 32 games, and in 119 times at bat, cracked out" forty" hits for a total of -IS bases. dy Williams, the Philadelphia out- fielder, also made a spurt toward the top. Williams acquired an average of .320, as .compared with .yiG a week ago. In addition to his batting dash, Williams bagged his fourth home run. Hia 41 hijs include.11 doubles and three triples. Last-, week's three batting leaders switched positions, each suffering a slump. Hornsby, of St. Louis, went to the top with ADS; Groh, of Cincin- nati, is runner-up, with and Nicholson, ot Pitlsburg, third, with j [ISO. Lelionrvoau, of Philadelphia, I vlio liiwl been making a spirited show- ing, dropped from .361 to ,300. Max Carey, the speedy, o.iltftelder with Pillsbiirg..added three more stol- en bases to his credit and is out in front wilh 12. Other baiters: Dauberl, Cincinnali, rounier, St. Ixiuls, Twom- bly, Chicago, .333; Cincin- la'ti, .323; Williams, Philadelphia, .320; K. Smith, New York. .320: Slock, St. Louis, .3151; Young, New York. .318; Itobcrlson. Chicago, .316; Xealc, Cin- cinnati, .3H; Housh, Cincinnati, .312. Ruth Has 10 Homers Babe" Until! the New York slug- ger, broke- up the triple lie in the American League, for hoine-ritn hon- ors by driving out three since a week j ago Wednesday, and now has a totnl ot eight. Felsch, of Chlraso, and Walker, of continue as runncrg-np, each having -bagged .a homer during the1 week, and are tied with six each. (Rulh has added two more since Wednesday, and Walker and Felsch one each.) of Cleveland, continues to butlers-Viih '.375, while Hen- drlx, Boston, is the runner-up with .370. Rice, of Washington, pulled' away from his team mate, Uobby lloth, in stolen bases, and is showing the way with If thefts, liotli h'an 10. Ty Cobb, the Dslrolt star, who last week appeared to have struck his bat, ling stride, suffered a slump and dropped from .277 to Other leading Imtters: Jackson, Chicago, .302; Jacobsos, St. Lrais. .360; Weaver, Chicago, .1151; .lntlgc, Wash- ington, .310; Sisler, fit. .311; Speaker, Cleveland, .339; Mclmiis, lios- ton. 335; Cedcon, St. :330; Uu- gnn, rhlladelphla, .330; acTher, St. Louts, .327; Felsch, Chicago, .327. Eight Round Jiouts. Allowed Stamps .put (iambiing on Fights in form shall be pro- Ally box'jr, mr.nager or guilty of guttibllng shall be designated by the club. Dlrec'tor at Public 'Safety, James T. Cortelyou. recently announc- lest against Bn opponent ten pounds ed a tode of rules to gover ing bouts in that city which it is be- class or under. lieved will benefit the ring sport there. Auction Sale at'CIub Cafe, 5ih St. Underi the old rules, which hadvbeeu Monday at 2 o'clock- St. Director Cortelyou, has decided to al- ow bouts of eight rounds duration. Ho claims that by lenstheniug tho mini- jerof rounds, boxers will be less apt to "stall" and every fighter who signs up fora match will have to "weigh In" at, oruiBder, the stipulated v, eight eall- J. CO, LTD., LETHBRIDGE; ALBERTA.' Our Name and our Trademark Guarantee the Quality At Your; II you c-Sa a ootiMCltd if >ou can feel fident of appeutoj In but a few tenders iUn "a MxjndertuDy 40ft tlut U WITH'. U; OLD-TIME" GOODNESS They're simple old fashiofi- sd baked as our iioihws iiutl granflmothers cooked Ihcm for as. A littlo catsup is added be- cause remember that as youngsters, always ivant- nd mother lo put a hottle ot her' tomato sauce oa the. o the day we had baked beans. TRY ONE CAN OF QUAKER BRAND CD armers D. C. Heed Office, Vancouver, B. C. PROPOSED SAILINGS NEW June 11) ..Vestris July 3 ..K.A. Vic. Aug. 7 .K.A. Vic. Sept 11 .K.A. Vic. NEW SOUTHAMPTON 0 June 13 July 3 Mauritania July 17 Imiicrator July 31 .Aquilania Aug. 14 luipcrator Aug. 2S .Aiiultania NEW CHER- BOURG AND SOUTHAMPTON June 23 Kyl.Qcorge July 2S ityl CJeorso Sept. 1 Hyl George. Oct. G liyl {jcorgu NEW via .Moville JulyS ..Columbia July 31 .Columbia. Aug. 2S. Columbia Sept. 25 Columbia NEW CHER- BOURG AND LIVERPOOL June 29 ..Caronia Aug. 3 ...Caronia Sept, 7 ..Caronia Oct. 12 ...Cnronia NEW S...............----.----Italii. NEW GREECE June ........-...........Pf.unoc.ir. June 12 July 3 .Cassandra .Tuly 17 ..Saturnla Aug. 7 .Carsandrn For full information apply to any Tt It. or S. S. Agents, or Company's.office SCOTT BLOCK, 870 Main St.. Winnipeg. VETERANS, SHUN! All members' of the Frag- ments of KTfltice football team parade tor physical under the T. insUiicior fit .tho gymnasium at 'the Vet- eran's club al S p.m. sharp Hat- urtlay. Anyone frotn Ihis p.'irade will ho up for ilerly rmuii Siinfliiy afternoon when be given an IHiitunily lo givi-. iheir n w This Business..Directory Shows a List of the Men Who Served Overseas Now Established in Business in the City J. N. ANDERSON Contracting Plasterer All Kinds of Cement Work, Estimates Furnished Free. 826 SEVENTH ST. S. PHONE 1433 V T. W1TK I ROTHWEL1, KNOWLDEN TO F.-MILES) Fi.ie Shoe Makers and Repairers 511 FOURTH AVENUE SOUTH. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. PHONE 1717 D. Bruntoo E. j. Hooker HAVE OPENED A First Class, leaf Market At 328 Thirteenth Street North PHONE 1698 RESIDENCE, 1397 WITH PRACTICAL SHOE MAKERS AND REPAIRS 401 Fifth Street South, 693 ;