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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PA OK SIX THE LBTHBRIDGE DAILY HFJULD MONDAY, MAY, 3V, 1U20 BRINGING UP FATHER G, McManus 6f C.OU.X- I COULD IAT KIND OF LEFT HERC DONE ATE ALL EVES TE8IEO ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH Invert of Llcenits No VYitnemi Required OPTICIII1I5 Ruth Pounds His Team Into Third Place; 11 Home Runs Chicago's Climb to Top of Lad- der Is Feature of Pennant Still Works Over .500 Mark. YOHK. May Chicago's upward climb to Ilrst place in Lhe tioual League after hovering around THIS WEEK IN SPORTS tN LETH3RIDGE Baseball Monday Miners vs. Columbus last position In the e.irly week's ot the i Club at lickstorm Park. G.30 p.m. ssasod, is the outstanding feature OL -the major league pennant race, to date. Tbo Cubs won their eighth straight Tuesday, Intermediate Openlug vs. Miuers at yesterday. Cleveland still re-1 Eckslomi Par's. tains Ihe lead In the American league, j Wednesday despite a ialliiiK cilf from the fast pace j s of the previous week. New Yorkjvs. North-Lelhbrlilse at Adams Park, Americans, which won seven out of p.m. eight-last week, mainly through Babe I Ituth's terrific batting, have advanced Rankers vs. Hotavians in Eckstorni j lo third place, bthlud Boston. ".30 p.m. J Inglon went into fourth place yesttr-j Thursday I day by winning its sisth game in a j j row, -while' Chicago Americans losing to Cleveland. BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings, FINGARD READY TO FIGHT ANY LOCAL MAN NOW National League Chicago Cincinnati Brooklyn Pittsbnrg Boston St. Ixmis Xew York Philadelphia. Won. 22 19 IS 15 16 15 13 Lost. 15 15 1-1 1C IS 21 19 -O Pet. .COS .555 .oTG .529 .455 .432 An .361 I League Miners i vs. St. Georges at Hckstnrm Park. G.50 p.m. Friday League Frag- ments vs. C.P.It, at Adams Park. G.50 p.m. Boston bus Club vs. llotnrians, at KckFtorm i ni-ookl Park, G.30 p.m.. Tennis and lawu bowling are now In full swing.- The golf links are in good .shape. The steady pitching of Alexander, 1 who lias won 10 straight games, and Vaitghu, with six straight victories promises to aid the Chicago Nationals I in warding off attacks on its leader- ship. Cincinnati was the only otin'r National league team'able to maintain better than a five hundred pace last week, -winning four out of seven. The worlds champions batl.ed bard, but Iheir pitchers were ineffective in many contests. Although Brooklyn, Boston and St. Louis improved at the bat, the teams failed to give field support to tlieir New York appears unable- to make an upward start. While tlie Cleveland Americans were busy shifting pitchers toward the end of tho week in the hopo of victory, the Xeu' York Yankees ad- vanced to within striking distance hy four straight victories over Boston, which previously had won six con. seciitive games. Babo Ruth, of the Yankees, made six home rune during tho week, bringing bis season's total to II' Tho Yankees had little diffi- culty in hitting the Red Sox pitchers. while tho New York staff appeared j in excellent condition. The opposition' averaged more than six runs' a game against Chicago, which seems to be losing its grip on the first division. The While Sox suffered the first de- feat to Cleveland, who had won eight straight from Ihe beginning of the season. Washington wasted few lilts trial neit Tuesday. Tlio Shamrock's and save able support to, its pitchers. Jblg top maet was fitted yesterday end i St. Louis, whose players are in. material for a ne-.Y set of sails has i midst of a baiting slump, lost ils I been provided so Ihnt If he-- English- i seventh consecutive game, yesterday, i made sails do not arrive before Tues- j Philadelphia's pitchers have heenlday, tho trial run will not be delayed. V pounded hard and they arc hut a ot Detroit, which Is makins a -rnanwrn rvn i strcnous elfort to rise from Inst.nloco. CYCLIST FRENCH CHAMP WINS NEWARK, N. J., May SATURDAY GAMES Brooklyn Takes Two BROOKLYN, -May 29. Brooklyn beat Boston twice today, 7 to 1, and 5 to 4, the secondvgame going 10, In- nings. Marmiard held the Braves to three hits In the first. Myers mado a trirdo and a homer, off Hearne. i Boston got n'three-nm lead on Ca-' ilore in the first -inning of the second i game. The winning run was scored 1 when Myers' Infield drive p'oved too hot for Mamnvllle. First game: R. H. 1 3 7 11 Eypecl To Have Rigging So Completed That Boat Will Sail Tuesday, NEW YORK, May of j rigging Sir Thomas Lipton's Sham- rock IV. has progressed so favorably that her officers predicted today lhat. she would to .able lo makn her 1 Hearne and Gowdy; Marquard and Miller. Second game: H. H. B. Boston 4 13 0 .Brooklyn............... 5 S 3 McQuillan and O'Neill; Cadore and Kreuger, Jllller. Chicago Beats St. Louis CHICAGO, May Kitting Chicago with Goodwin's wlldness [and erratic support enabled the locals malte It six straight by defeating St. Louis S to 5 today, j Score: R. H. B. I St. Louis.........'..'..... G 10 3 Chicago............... 8 9 0 Goodwin. Sherdel and Dllhoeler; Hendry, and O'Farrell. Duncan Wins for Reds CINCINNATI. May hitting of Duncan was tho leading factor In I victory over Plttsburg [today, 3 to 2. Duncan got three of the five hits made by the Reds, in- Icluding his home mn, and drove over all the runs. Cincinnati............. Carlson and Schmidt; R. II. B. 2 !1 0 .350 Luciuc and DEFEATS KRAMER PARIS, May 31...... Billy lialzac, I middleweight rhynijjlon boxer of FVaace. succeusfnliy defended his title Saturday ing J'onnier. night Tho Kramer was beaten for the first time this season In a match bicycle race, when Arthur Spencer, of Toronto, look by- defeat- his measure in two out of threu heats bout was scheduled to go 20 rounds, but blows to the jaw scut the challenger -help- less to tho canvass in tho eleventh. had -won the first. of a mile match. The Toronto boy showed all sorts of speed and look tho second and third heats after Kramer The Opening Day of Our Sale Was a Humdinger Each day we will put on further bargains, especially our suits, as we have the largest stock in the city. Our prices are cut to pieces, the high cost of clothing in out- store has been wrecked. Buy your Fall and Winter wants now and save FRED THAEL Philadelphia Seals Ntw York YORK. May nosed out the New York Nationals In n tight pitchers' b-jltle hero today, 2 to I. Caueey, a Giant discard, won the decision Over Nchf. With His Manager, Joe Levine, He Is in Lethbridge for Aboul' a That Fight May Be Arranged By Len! Brown. "Eddie Fingard, middleweight cham- pion of Canada, with his manager, Jules Leviue, Is in I-ethbridge for a few days and it Is possible Len Brown may'arrange a fight hero for Fingard. Fingard recently has added a few more points to his win column. lie has Just finished lighting Hqss In Saskatoon Mickey King .was another mitt artist to go down-to. Fingard in Saskatoon. His I last fight was in Drumheller where] he took tho local bope Into camp in six rounds. This fight drew a record house. Fingard and Levino are agents (or the Merchants Casualty Company and wilt be in Lothbrldge for about .a week, in the interests of the firm they represent, and while here they will not pass up an opportunity to stage a fight with any good man ot Fingard's weight who comes along. Here's Comfort For You Warm, wanner; hot, hotter; lhai's about the way the weather ,will be going now, and tho warmer it gets the more comfort you'll get out of these athletic union suits. Not more, either. Fircl warm days are felt the most. These co'ol com- Tortable union euils rwill be Just as great a relief as later. Priced from to BERT HESTER'S MEN'S SHOP The Horie ol 20lh Century Clothing Alexandra Hotel Block On the Corner Wilkinson was hit hard In spots. I First game: R.. II. E. i Chicago............... S 18 5 Cleveland............... 7 12 u Williams, Heath. Payne.. Faher and Lynn; Myers, Niehaus; Bagby, Faeth and O'Neill. Second game: R. H. E. Chicago............... 1 10 0 Cleveland S, 14 C Wilkinson and Schalk; Caldwell and O'tfelll. St. Louis Drops Sixth Straight ST. LOUIS May wild throw in the eighth after two men were out paved the way for runs and gave Detroit aries. Tho other drivers who previ- ously qualified are: Art Klein, Ray' Howard, Hcnnle Hill, Ixrais Chevrolet, Jean Chassaene, Kddie Hearce, Jos Boyer, rtoscoo Sarles and Cation Chevrolet. N.O ENGLISH TEAM OF RIFLE SHOTS TO GO TO ANTERP. NOW Edmonton Manager Handled Kuhn in an Unbecoming Mariner arid Swore. SASKATOON. Frank Mile? May straight over St. Lou la trrfnv. 1> a It was tbe sfclh straight defeat 'for i'Xos ?nJ t the locals: hakimos. IraO t EDDIE FINGARD Middleweight champion of Canada, who is in Lethbrldgo on bnsisness for a week and who may be seen on a local stage in action. Phi I ad el nil i a..... 12 Detroit 11 24 23 .321 Score: !i. II. E. Philadelphia 2 6 2 New York 1 7 0 Causey and Tragcsser; Xehf .nnd Smith. SUNDAY GAMES Clean for Clncy CINCINNATI, May made a rlcan sn'eep of (he Pittsburg sorlcs hy taking the final game a to Adams was hit hard In tho fifth and seventh innings, Score I'ittshttrg 3 9 1 Cincinnati 5 10 1 Adams, Wisner, Hamilton and Schmidt; Salic and Wlngo. Cubs Hitting Stride CHICAOO, May contin- ued Us winning streak today by de- feating St. 6 lo making a I jth' Score: K. H. E. Detroit z 11 0 St. Louis Z q 2 Bmkc and Stanagc; Davis and Sev- ere-id. SUNDAY GAMES CLEVELAXD, May took the final gamo of the scries from Chlcngo S (o C. Score: Chicago 15