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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE IJETHRRIDOE DATLV THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, BRINGING UP FATHER w By tMcManus sov TO CUT TO DINTX 6OT I DON'T TO IN FUbb WITH fN JOVr BE QUIET I FIDO OR I WHA.T I TA-TA'. JUW AROUND UNTIL, I BACK I WON'T BE UONC s NEW .TO KEEP ME. FROM a Genuine Pleamrc to Dine Here There are to many at dining .'.ere mike with u anticipation ol cotnrai 'wain. food, the MYlrsmiaefll. the entertainment the cool. frenh. eoarteoui atteutloa in til The Silver Grifl C. C. MOORE, UGR. Car. Fourth and Fifth St ME'S FOOTBALL BoMogrs Phying in 1920 Sea- 0M Reveals Failure to Ad- ranee with Game BT HEK NEW TORK, Dec, foot- fcell. aeaaou .closed 'I-: have" had an op- portunity': to talk it over with'-old Yals, Harvard Princeton men and from them I gleaned the clear-cut ver- dict that Yale has failed to keep pace vriti tie modern grid-iron game. Theocb old Crimaon and Tiger stars do not belittle the Bulldog's feat In leepteg Harvard from crowing its In tie final game. Neverthe- less they uaert that Tale has slipped from Us prond position and Yala ffiea agree with them. I eaw prikeetoB and Harvard defeat laptThn Cailahan's. bine eleven and a boti games it looked to as if Tale had failed to josaftilitlee ot the forward To Tale tola play appears something ipart from the general scheme of of- fense. The Blue uses the forward pass fall back upon, something to be tried-when everything else Smaller Colleges AdVa'nee To my mind the forward pats Is the sreatest potential factor of football used Princeton and Harvard have developed it, but there leaders' eSoris to perfect thii play hava been surpassed fcy Mveral smaller institutions, particularly Notre Dame and Centre College It Is to be hoped that In the 1921 sea- son Tale will devote more time to the forward pass It Is probable that Tad Jones will coach the Blue again neit year. He and Callahan did wonders with after Princeton beat the Bine 20 to 0 Had it not teen for the and their own garae reevlted In a tie, which Is the champion of the' Big Three? In iny opinion' Princeton had the better team and I believe thmt bad Princeton and Harvard met a week later than, they did the Tiger would hare wotl. However, there Is no room for argu- ment arid I to start none. Tho case is- closed with J Harvard and Princeton dlvldlnj honors. Dr. Fisher, ifle Harvard coach, has done excellent work in fitting a lot of new men into the Haughton system and teaching them EO much sound football. fle'slands high la the rants of cosches, for under his directorship Harvard has passed two seasons with- out defeat. The the, beat {rom.a flnancinl standpoint (hat the big col- leges seen.. It hasibeen; im. posilole to'iillsfy the public's football appetite at .the Yale BtadioniJB.only the beginhtn'g bt tremeudoiifjontpourlngs. By W. A. Pnelon. Autum Ltmtrleks young man named Wilbur De Mo to >nce altempted to govern a goat, Jo uclalmed with a sigh, As he opened ona eye, V 'Wow! The sun, moon and flars are Some promoters of wir'nnd intrigue Are arranging that new-twelve-club :t's i. great scheme, except That it's poor and Sleepy Spectators of Grind at New York Startled By NEW. Dec. Ji-The annual six-day race In Madison Square den came near.breaking a free fight .daring the early hours this morning, when a. sound, which iome described as a "shot" startled Into belligerent wake fulness several luudred spectators who had been dos- ar8 going to visit theTplace, and see.lf ng through Interim between sprints. theS' can learn the secret for use. dur- kickJng of Baell and game prohably would Horween the have been draw, Instead.ot a t to o victory for Tim Callaliaa certainly hai my sym- This peat fighting captain lost his fonr big games in two years, ont nevertheless stands without a peer Breater In defeat than some others In victory. Tad Jones to Coach Again Despite the unsuccessful season, tte Yale undergraduates want Tad Jones to return next year Jones has not told his plans yeU He is general sup- erfntendent of a Western shipbuilding company and it IB Uard for him to get awaj, bnt, Jones as I oellave he will bo In charge at Yaie next >ear even if he has to away his meal tieket to get there, Jones Is well fitted to continue, tte upbnUdlnj .which he began this year He did flae work in the face of great handicaps. Harvard and Princeton beat Yale And It causes the. fans rut fatIgce! You never hear of Jack Sharkey any more. Did the glory he gained from beating Jimmy Wilde make him swell up and burst? They put cemeteries tt the bottom of long nil! .-cads in-Colondo. That makes It easier for the auto aoeeders to arrive, _ There are fewtr nowadays those who do drink' jet'drunker than ever. Wrestlers Phmge a Window Into Automobile I TO PROTECT THE BOXERS MITCHELL, 8. D, Dec. match Bob of Sioux Falia, N. D., arid Joseph Narnounsari, list night ended !n a plunge through a win-, dow glan Into 10 below with one of the on top of the ether, the man beneath, waa seriously but hla opponent eacaped with The match mln--- utet when the wrestlen struggled to the edge' of the mat when one of them 'apparently lost his balance and they fell through a large pane ef glass nearby, Pitcher Would _'H is said that "dollars are credu- bat we were never ablo got club management, however, many.of them to Dhurry to .niako a'flnal selei A cave full of natural heat has Ipeen discovered In'Oregon..' Maicy landlord The fight which followed held up tba race for twenty minutes and resulted in .a riot; call, for'police and ambul- ances. After qrilet'had been restored by several squads .of police and a survey of; the revealed only .a few mmor'casnaltjei. Two'were were told- of the fight's.start; 'but the police placed nost credence.in the explanation that it begin .when two men luagreea over :he ownership of a chair. At 8 a.m., tha eighteenth hour, Broccp and Coburn etlll led with seven laps. Debaetsand Persyn and Van Hevel and Vandenbergh, miles, six laps. Sis teams wera Ing the coming winter..: If present conditions don't improve, lets all of us be in.favor of-starting a big.war all over so we go back to the trenches and comparative peace. Maybe tie trenches were deficient in "modern1 hut no landlords tried tp'pfofiteer upon them, anywM. J. J. McCaf. fery of tie Toronto Baseball club re- turned from Kansas .City yesterday reported that he, has been "del- uged" for the post linn of manager bf-Vthe Leafs. The .is In _____ ___selection, and President ilc.CatferS dedilried to state which the "call." .Pifjeeu.applications have been re- ceived, among these'being one' from 'Ed.- Walsji, once'great pitcher with tha Chlcagd White Sox. Walsh ranks with ilathewton and Johnson as one of tie. greatest twlfters of. all time 'Jfinmy" Bannon, formerly of Mont- real, an% "Bill" Clymer, erstwhile Leaf Klnga and primi ministers, tfcese days, held the lame relative positions at the owner ball club and his hustling manager, Ail old Turk who ran o bazaar lied at'l.SOf.'jnllM, five laps. hi? credit and name.un to and Lawrence had covered miles cn' Quite a dash two laps..-Jlrqcco was loading. Byron When he blew in his cash and Sffjie dropped out at 5.18 a.m. a dlssy and fast motor Ckar! 80 hours Is infles, -S-Jlaps by Qoallet and Qrenda' In'.JDK. 1 The gelentlsts are hunting the miss- ing l.lnk again, this time In Asia. They will find him camped right next.rfoor 16 the master mind of the baseball scandal; TRACE7 TRACK .CONCESSION fAiq DIEGO, Cslif.; Dec. An- nouncement ,was made today that the, Mexican federal government has' Two hunters in a boat near Allegan, granted a 10-year exclusive' racetrack Mich., fired simultaneously at tbe same concession in.Lnwer California to and peppered each other's Ivory Lower California Jockey Clnb. "JIERALD" Football Competition HUCE8 QOVCWNIHO THE TITJON L Tbft will be Tha Firotball Competition. L CexnpeUtora will be entitled to M many en tries es they desire, provided is tccprapanled by twtnlr- cants, mid coupons to lie oum- ftt Cunpfttltora must- crojfs oul tha qaiata of .the eluba think n.ll croes out the names or both if thiy consider a draw will result 1 4.' Coupons .can only tie secured from lllft, Spoiling Pago ol Tha All monies received w II bo turafid in ptlK3. The amount and numtwra of TV Ml be imbltahed every Monday morning for Hm-t Southend. SCOTTISH LEAGUE Celtic Partlck Thlstla. Dundee vs Albion Rovers. Hamilton Clyde. Runners vs Falklrk. I enter the Herald Football Com petition In accordance wiih the rules and condltlonn nnnooncer shove, ana aSree to accept the pub liEhert (icclslon as final and tegnllr bincllDg, Signed Atdrfn domes with birdshot. The duck? Oh. they never.touched him! Three Italians in a New York saloon fought abont the responsibility of pay log for tho all three were more or leu stlllottoed. First time on record when three men were for the on' tho samo round, Qeorflea Carpentler learned enough of the English language to un deratanei the "Nine, ten, out" If he heara them- soon'after crossing paws with Demptey? Cheboygan County, Mich., has Issued hunters' licenses. Tho casually lists will be prlnlcd laler, It there is space. Rnisell pilot, have also acpllej, Popiilar oplnlbn" Is.' (hit ______ "Lena" Bla'ckburne "wil! be offered the niEniigtrlal reins. His worth IB'well known to the local club'fans. 'NEW' YORK, Dec. were sent to all officials acting for {he State BoxJDg Cornells- slon today, strictly to enforce the boxing law providing for padding an Inch iu thick- ness to be placed under canvas covering In figlting rings. The warning was prompted by the death' yesterday of Mickey Shannon as a result of injuries received In Ills bout with Al Spberts at Jersey City, Will Fad Evidence To Have a Check On the Boxers Calif., Dee. wishing to enter contests in Oakland will have to present credentials pro- viding .means of permanent support other than boxing, the city councilor Oakland announced last Eight. The] found that any evidence hac action follows the 'recant prohibition' been tampered with; or was missing of all boxing bouts by the jjoard of federal.kcllon taken agalns Justice Charles A. MacDonald has seliec grand Jury, eridetice in the basebai: 6cindsI followIrg dlBcoTfry that copies of papers in.the.case have been ob lalned by MacLay Hoyne, state's at toraey, shortly [before his retirement from offlee Monday. of the ori glnal papers were turned over to the Judge, who! orderedrthphi impounded by the clerk until Ui9 cases of clgh White pliyers wer.e Indicted came to.trill.--, Mr. Jloyue- later said he. had asked for the records simply'to'.have copies made to the cases in his office for which he respdnslble and tha the copies were there now, sealed up i Federal Judge Undls, baseball com missioned .when'informed, of the at fair by r Ban'John son, president of the American League, said that If it wen superrisors of SauvFnmclsco, where It developed that certain professional followers of boxing have been impli- cated In attacks on young women. Members ;of Commission Hand K. O. To Marquis of Queensbnry Sport. ranch-huffeted Mar- quis of Queensberry sport has been delivered another smack on tho the guilty pefsonsf And Prof essiona Davl son; president of-.'the local, board..! British' Idle Ur.ion, lettrJist rifght for Winn peg Annual meeting.of th Amateur Athletic .ynlph of Canada wi be held on DecembeVjd and 11. Bi tore leaving, Dr. pavldson'was mad the firltls Columbia its aomlnee fo president of the Th local man Is well versed with nmateu affairs, not only'in-British Columbia but all over Canada: A point whlctnhe local delegate wi! Oihaha Club Sold. For Will Retire January 1 A. RoVrke, ciwner of the Omaha Weslern.vleague baseball tween Cal Del franctilee, has announced the.sale of: Hnw long the dub to J. Apin Uurch of of his sport was not an- ton, Tex. The sale rice as announced nounced by Dr. Hanley and bis asso- was Burch will formally Cjate5. take charge of the club January ''_________ iy W. A. nourKe is retiring as Omaha's! CARROLL COACHES Western league magnate after 20 Seattle has been indefin- itely.impended, according to the local ring; commlsBion, whlch'-met yester- the.Winnipeg meellng wl day evening. Dr. E. t. Hanley, In d of professlcnaf making the announcement, gave eac reason for the action, except that for the Britis game would! bo suspended in feeatfle' Columbia union lias been allowing pn nntll.'thlngs got etralghtened around." I ami amleurs, to compete wit The edict of the commission affects gate- has been fo next Tuesday's scheduled bout This has bee Tnn crmnnilih dollfl the Banction of the ama years. He has been the owner ot Omaha's franchise siaco tho organiza- tion of the present league. ST. PATRICK'S TEAM TORONTO, Carroll, He has achieved Ihe dlstlncton and tralntr of last year's operatjng a profesaloiial baseball club 'verslty of Toronto hockey team, has for .term .of cbnsecutlvg hccn granted leave of absence by the years than any olber mapiate in university athletic directorate and has' country. come lo terms with tho St. Palrlck'gi National team to act! TINKER WILL MANAGE as.coaph this season. The departure! rLOniCA uijoH-.TEAM] Carroll perhaps lessens the chances SIGNS WITH ORLANDO of the university to repeat last win- ORLANDO, Tinker, form-1 when they captured the erly shortalop of the- Chicago Cubs, i inter-collegiate championship'and lat- former manager of the Cincinnati: Falcons In the-finals for the Reds and president of the Goinmbus, ]Allan DUt It shows that the Unl- Ohio, baseball club, has signed a con- i yerslly of Toronto elhletlo director- tract to manage the Orlando club of to adhere to Its decision In the Florida Stale league for the 102i i regard lo professional coaching, season. Tinker played shortstop with the drcat Falls team of the Montana Slato league In 1900. Canada, will fight hard to t this Ok'd by the dominion body. TOlGHT THE- BEST_pF ICE 7.30 to 10. 25 and .15 cents- Watch this, space for rink news, Henry, Count of Egmont, talks of ylsltlng this country, Name sounds na if he should bo an expert on poultry- raising. (Copyrighted National Newspaper Arihur i.uiii.im, aged 89 ycjrs, plo necr lumber merchant of Leamington, Is dead. i ROCHESTER CLUB HAS BEEN SOLD MeCORMICK GIVEN PECI8ION OVER LEVIN3KY PORTLAND. Ore., Dec. MC-: Competition Helps To Keep In- terest AHve'ih Everj'body Join This week, wili .show. an. Increase in ho. prize money to. be.distributed for bo.football competllion. -The reason wo are able Id say. this today. Is be- cause tho money received to.one week s not used until the following week. So everybody get In this week to maka '.he prijo money for.the. following ffeek bigger. Tho football competition undoubted- ly meets with tho approval of 3 great many fans 'in -the south country 'ana although not all-of-those fans' aro taking, part In the competition they would be sorry to See The Herald dis- continue it. What The Herald wants If every ifopttmll- Southern'-Al- berta to Join.the-competition.- It wllllcoBl you twenty-five cents a week and yo.u may make big Interest on1 yoiir money; The hotter yon arc on doping out the resuUsSIn England tho better your chances .of winning good.money. .V. Money is not everything In the com- There Is a certain amount of satisfaction to be how many gamee you can. guess cor- rectly. 'It will go-.-' ing. In football winteryandi-.when will h'e all "the' more" anxious td :pn Iho pitch. So big .PHONE CARS OF ALL MAKES OVER- HAULED AND REPAIRED J. E. PALMER 3S2 6TH ST.'S. Five years', experience with aeroplane, engines. Phone 1032. WORK GUARANTEED We Are Experts In Repairing New Bargains In Second Hand Tires 712 South E, UNIVERSITY BOXERS TORONTO, Dec. wlro has been received from tha athletic dl-j rcctorale of Pennsylvania State Col-, ICBC by the athletic directorate of the: rslty of Toronto, asking that plon 0Pe? "ni' Oormlck, of England received Ihe decision over Batlling Lovlnsky of Philadelphia, on a foul In Ihe seventh' round'! of 20" the 'ocal scheduled lO-roimd bout last nlghL Up tho Canadian chum- to tho seventh round hat) PloniWp, h.qwflvcr, they would Ike lo a slight sLide The foul-wan declcr- raocl! American Intercollegiate el unintentional b" i cliampions. The United Stales Naval Academy at Annapolis, Mr., also ex- ROCHESTEH, N.Y., Dec. C. T. Chapln, president of tiio 4 Rorhosler Internaf.lona! If-ngifc bnscliall cliib, announced today the sale of the club lo George T. Sellings anil Waller Hap- Kooil, former manager and present Imslncsn manager, res- ''t pccllvcly, of the Boston Ilravcs. Stalllngs will manage tho club and Ilupgood will be business manager. i v i SIGNS UP WITH THE WHITE SOX CEDAR FALLS, Iowa, Peter Jorpenton, ttar pitcher of the Iowa State Teacliera' College team for several seasons- and cap- tain In 1919, has sinned 3 contract with the Chicago White Sox. OIANTS AND INDIANS MAY MEET IN SPRING HEW YORK, Dec. New York Giants may meet the'cham- pion Cleveland Indians In two Harriet at least during tho spring training season, It waii learned here Spsaker of ttie Indians, .In a letter to the Glints' head- asked for names between the two teams at Dallas, Texas. March 19 and 20. pecis to arrange a match with Toronto boiers. the FIFTY MILLIONS BALTIMORE, alu- pondouB sum of or more passed through tho bel- ting machines of the four big Maryland race-courses during the season of HO days Just end- ed, according (o figures obtain- ed today. Turf writers ogres that It was a banner season for racing In thli stale, In tho quality ot the racing, attendance and fin. anclnl results. Mr the Bottom from the Lcalr Sloe MaiKut A Drop of, to on Men, before buying your Footwear these wonderful values in our display "-window. -They cannot lio duplicated In nny city at anything near Ihese prices. Men's Tan or Black No. 1 Calf- skin Shoes, Good- year weited soles. Formerly: Sale price THE FLORSHEIM SHOE It Is neodlesa lo monllon in recommendation of the Klorshelm Snoe. Those who are wearing them will appreciate tbo special .cut.-in price from ?21.00 to S16.50 LOUIS KEEL SHOP OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES and THE FLORSHEIM SHOE OLIVER BLOCK, SIS FIFTH STREET ;