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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta f�A0S8IX THE tJETHBEtPGE OAILT HBRAU) i BRINGING UP FATHER By 4 McMaDiis FRIpAY^ DB^BMB^ S� 1^ ^rOO HAO cetter fiOT 4>TNNO IN front oont^Oaiv/ant to TI?ANCe:R LIKC THAT TEULINO 'X^'^E TO MOVE toDin* Heirft There are lo many (aatWBS , ably he easy^marks for the batters, and | 4. 4>^^ ^ in the leagues to continue until their |.> days of usefulness are over, but he from tntering the major league ranks. tlitok that the game will be infested',* DEMP8EY TO WINJER IN CALIFORNIA LOB ANGELES, Dec. 3.-Jack Dempsey, heavyweight champion and Jack Kearns, his man- > ager, are coming to Los Ange- ? les to pass the winter immedi- ? ately after Dempsey's match in ? New York, December 14 with ? . Bill Brennan, it was announced ? here today by Teddy Hayes, ? their representative. They plan 4> to remain here until time to go > east to train for the champion's > fight, March 17 with Jess Wil- ? lard. ? ? By W. A. Phelon. THE RUBAIYAT OF FOOTBALL Wake I 'TIs the red dawn of the day That summons all the huskies to the fmy- Wakal For the Coach is ealling, and ye must Arise, nor linger longer In the hayi The Trainers come, one eager to anoint Each twisted leg and badly tattered Joint, . And one who takea y^ur Hoof^gear while he flies* Each cleat until It has a deadly, ranr- poinf. You den your helmet and your mall; you stalk ^erth to the field with hatvy, aeholng walk, And line up with the other Whalaa^ to hear The Coach inatruet you, with moat curious talk! He tella you h4w to Batter, and to Crash Through ether peopfa with a HIdaeus Smash; He tells you Numbara* every one of them the Cue To make tha Other Fellow Into Haah. Meanwhile, tha . other Ouy% with ghoulish glae. Are getting ready for a Murder Spree, And studying the ways to cut you down, . , , ' Just as a Woodsman chops a Maple Tree. (To be continued). flnKjng" Costs New York LargeFortmie A clean sport: Swimming. impregnable Heligoland. Gibraltar. Ban Johnson. Kronstadt. Your bride's first biscuits. The high cost of living. W^th erooked ball players for another 4>� 4 I'^HERALD" Football Competition! IRULES GOVERNING THE COMPETITION ARE AS FOLLOWS: X. The comi^tiUon will be called I The Herald Football Competition. i. Competitors will be entitled to as many entries as they dcHire, provided I cacti entry ia accompunled by twenty-flve cents, und coutiooe to the num-i ber of entries. t Competitors must cross out the ..names 01 the clubs they think \y.\\ ) lose and cross out the names of both U they consider a Uraw will result. 4, Coupons can only bo .sui-uieU irom ithe Sporting Page of The Htruia. ,B, All monies received will bu re-I'lUmed lu prizes. The amount and I numbers of prizes will be iiublished 1 ev^ry Monday morning for that week's \iia.mea. Results of competitions will be published every Wednesday and cheques to successful competitors wil! I be mailed immediately on receipt of oonflrmatlon by the Athlelie Xew.s. t. .\JI entries must be posted or dc-I tivered to The Herald before mld-BlJSht on Fridays. A Friday post-I mark from poinis outsldi-: of the city ' of Lethbridge will be conslderea a.s containing a legitimate entry. 7. The name and address of iho ' competitor must be clearly mai ked on , each coupon 8. Stamps must not be used�as pa>-' meht for entries . 9. All entries must be addre.'<.sed ir, I the Editor, Football Conipetllien, Tin- Herald. I^etbbrldge. 10. The Sportini? Kdltor's derision vrtll be final. . It. Employees of The Herald are I barred from the competition. Signed........................... Ad-lreSB ENTRY FORM PLAYED DEC. 4TH ENTRIES CLOSE DEC. 3R0 First Division Blackburn Rovers vs Derby C. Bradford C. vs Manchester C, Chelsea vs Arsenal. Huddersfleld vs Bolton W. Tottenham vs Sheffield U. Second Division Blrmlnghaft! vs Coventry C. Blackpool vs Leicester. Bristol City vs Barnsley. Bury vs Rotherham, Clapton O. vs Fulham. Third Division Brighton vs Queen's Park. Exetier vs Northampton. Gillingham vs Swindon, Luton vs Brentford. Merthyr vs Portsmouth. Scottish League Aberdeen vs Alrdrieonians. Albion R. vs Morton. Ayr United vs Dundee. Clyde vs Kilmarnock. Dumbarton ys Particl< Thistle. I cntor Uu; lierald Football Cora petition ill acc-ordanco with the rules and coiulitions announced | ubcive. ;uid urtui.' to accupt tlio pub-!ii-.!n.!d d'.;(iKiou us liiiiil and legally , binding. LAUGH PROVOKERS Charlie Chaplin. Fstty Arbuckle. Abe Martin. Irvin Cobb. Trixle Friganaa. The Lasker Plan. Why not make the captured German cannon useful? Give them to Chicago storekeepers, and use them to fend ofT bandits! A man is like a tomcat-give him a nice abode, good food and the whole world to skip around in, and he'll come back-some time. "The world is being remade," says an optimistic writer. Something like a rebuilt second hand car, (Copyrighted, National Newspaper Service). 410 FIFTH STREET CARS OF ALL MAKES OVER. HAULED AND REPAIRED BY J. E. PALMER 322 6TH ST. S. Five years' experience with aeroplane engines. Phone 1032. WORK GUARANTEED CHICAGO.-BfTldence that the consideration by which Tarzan Ruth, the world's greatest home-run swatter, was transferred from the Boston Red Sox to the New York KUt^es last winter amounted to a lot more than the 1125,000 purchase price announced at the time of the deal percolated into the offloes ot President Johnson of the American League today via the de-cript Burleson system. It came in the form of the transcript ot a part of the records of the county ot Suffolk, Mass., in which county is located the city of Boston, showing that on .May 25, 1820. there was executed by,'the organization control-ling the. Bogton American League Baseball Club a mori(gage for |3ln).000 In favor ot Jacob Bfippert, et. al, Jacob Ruppert Is the principal stockholder of the New York American League club and the "et als," probably represent Colonel Htiston and the minority, stockholders:In the Kilty club, although that is a guess. The mortgage covers the real estate holdings ,B� Wjell^ae the- baseball franchise et tlie-Bonoa American League club and i^f