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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IJfiTHPKlDGK PATLV HSItALB tWDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1920 BRINGING UP FATHER BydMcManus I'M ftOING OOT- j MOTHER IF I ANYONE CM-LV FOR. ME TELL TO CAUL, i j .I'M COIN' !f AvMV ONE .JOVTTElX.'Er-l .0 QH; THKT lift- Til I'M L dOLO ANX ONE' DON-T THE OOT so ir CALL'S Your Order For Cards will be 'delivered within 24 HOURS The Herald Job Printing DepL DEFINES THE'REAL AMATEUR AS MAN WHO FOLLOWS SPORT FORTHE SAKE OF THE GAME If Is the Not the Professional, Who Threatens the Welfare of True Says President of C A. A. U. at Winnipeg Meeting. WINNIPEG, Dec. Bnwa bC Toronto, president ot the A. A. II." of C., submitted his presi- dential address-.this morning at the' .annual A. A. -.Uv of C. meeting. ,He saifi iu part. amateur, whether support- cr or performer, G the. man nho foL Iowa sport for the sake ot the game, anxious, of course, but never the rules. For him .H is alwavfi 'play op and pla> and a game woll lostjs, ID ylin-a great er satisfaction (Iran E victorj cd. .Of BuchVare a Tiost of citizens It is hers to uphold hands we are By W. A. Ph'elon. THIS SPORTING LIFE The might dollar Is not much more than mitey these stake in the success ot the season and that. they wish to get their money back. In case such action is ha'rmfn! both in the homo town'.and-Jnroyghout- the country for a atmDspheVe which is bound In turn io produce disaster In the Iqng run and It is the boy ot tho towq who is rolibed.. For he miss es lus heritage of healthful sport for find, In 97 per cent, of tie use of the pursuit of pleasure In the shape :bf home' brew when you have to off to make It, then wait so then sake, while he is brought up to" -believe .that" victory ;and .not the game, imporlant.thing.. As such false.ideas weaken-the character ot the mart so they will surely weaken the character'of a1 nation. We are proud of our Canadian heritage and well'wfl might be Let us in our day of responsibility not part with It for a mess ot potlage The real danger we have to confront no' the professional athlete He, at least, is honest, and once for all elects to the realm of amateur sport for that of professional ,HaTing made his choice, he openly sells his ath- letic abilitv for what he can get Con fieqnentlj Ins action does not take, an a moral aspect. It iEThe plena? _ _ amateur who provides the factor trnlr Bams, at one; tune hfavy- threatenms to the welfare of the state champion of America, ia not TOMMY JEJURNS ISSUES DEFI TO BOMB. WELLS Famoos New York Czar Nears End of Reign Manager as (By Hek.) NEW YORK, Dec. year pro- bably will end of John McGraw More Women ia the Contest Would' Be Keep Up Interest Do. not forget to get your guesses in for th'e football competition. This is'TrTany and the contest closes with as an active baseball manager. The-'thB first "mall tomorrow morning. This else can we eipect but trouble where he ia present for he-is false, satisfied with" his recent defeat at the hands spf Joe Beckett, British title in the heavy and try his speed oaco.'more galnet one ot ,yie more aged ,Eng- and falsehood in man "or fact has al- trajs meant trouble and ever wjfl mean, so f Tho foot prints of the psettdo araa- -s-." tenr arc to ha fonnd on many trails-'llsn heavies. 'Tommy You can see his traces in padded ei 40-Tesr np.dif- pense accounts, the extra being aftded to hiin has1 challenged to recompense him for his services Bombanlier Walls aid Or it'ma> be that at (he close of a' former light heavyweight successful season the management to a match for f a side' aiii' the vote the an honorarium Sochi best purse offered by any Jjondon action Is to adopt a low estimate oJ you have produced an excellent n.uai ity of vinegar? FAMOUS, BAY8 HUDSON'S' JAMES. BAY RUM. BAY HORSE. BAFFIN'S.. OYSTER. NORA BAYE8. NAPLES. MANILA. GREEN. BAIZE; Catchers are always complaining about tho way their occupation hard- ens and slows up the lower limbs'. Why not walk on their' hands when'" off -the field, and thus restore a general balance? leader of the Giants, who has been at the helm of that club for many years, wanla to the burdens of the managerial task. He owns some of the stock in the club, and he wants to sit back In an executive' capacity. Mc- Graw was-tot much on the coaching lines this year: Before Christy JIath- ewBon 'was "Big Sir" fan the team.: But despite his mowledge of baseball, was not the of a manager McGraw wanted to.husbands' name; succeed himself. He got Johnay Brersj There are plenty of women football and with the advent of the fans'In Lethbridge and those must he] ittlestar, tbe Giants took a brace and" mortf throughout the -We {__ the qualify of tha athlete's manhood and to use tlia word 'honorarium' in this case js to greatly abuse mean ing for your thoughtful citizen can find little trace of honor therein 'Perhaps the most conspicuous ex Smith has announced his willing- ness to accept the match and says he will make it f3 500 a side in addition to the pnn.o JTommy is considering the matter and the chances are they will he matched' up, although S3 far ample of pseudo-amateurism at the no clubihas made a bid for the liout. present time is furnished by the -tonr-fThe dlBtance Is to be lo or. 20 rounds. iBt player whose colors chango from in the meantime Tommy is giving season to season as he alters his place, some assistance to Joo Bsckelt, the and Umpires and and Helen. King Pork and Apple-Muce. Ham and Sam Lanjford and Stm McVey, f 7 Can You Imagine A catcher playing Mary Pickford driving team of mnles? "IVisco" starring in grand opera? Fred Mitchell entered In a beauty contest? Brench Rickey piloting a winner? of abode in response to the dictates of British champion, in preparation for a desire to obtain a more lucrative h's battle with Frank Moran of s enjoyment secured for him by the Durg, Pa whlch Is set for December I "It 11 a I'atoffico aa 10, unless another postponement is 5t) recorded, there having been two post- This Sporting Life Explorers In ancient Awyrla, have found a stadium, with the arena thick- ma'1 Imscl{ 1s not eo at the cost of honor I submit that action Is a -violation of the splnt of amateurism nnd Is not playing tho iia own make I suppose H frequently happens tHrough a mis abpre all the honor of tho home'town demands a RUGBY CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES IN ENGLAND LONDON', Dec, with bones, till park. Evidently an Mankind Is. divided into four great dlrlsloni; civilized, half-civlilzed, bar- barous, and moving picture people. It to be "Buy by the Quirt" Now It's "Bye Quart." Homance is not dead In baaaball. dated a Rugby Union Charles McCoy, pitcher of the Sioux championship game today Hampshire: City club, of the Western League, hav ,f u (juuiiiinuiibinji luudj1 w Vjitj uiuu, ui me Hi Tjctorjons team even though U bo an defeated Kent by 24 to 12. Leeds log married Miss Xellle Harrington, 01 imported iOne Occasionally I tear. defeated Hull 6 to 5, and Hull KlnE-! Miami. Oklahoma, has milt the profes- tnat it is due to the fact that citizens, 'ston won from Bittley S to G in a sional team and will pitch forithe III- ctnowfse thoughtful, have a financial Northern Union League fixture. "HERALD" Football Competition RULES GOVERNING THE COMPE- TITION ARE AS FOLLOWS: L; The competition will catted The Horald KooibaU Comptlitlon. Compelitors wilt be entitled to as tntries as they desire, provided each entry Is accompanied by twenty vfc cents, and coupons to tbo nura- er of entries 3 Competitors must cross out the names ot iho clubs they think TV 11 lose and cross out -the names of both If: they consider a draw ivill 4, Coupons can only bs sccurftd from Sporting Page of The Hornld. ,5 All monies received will bo re- turned in prizes. The amount and numbers Of prizes will be published i7'Monday morning for that week's Kcsjlts G! ull! be published every Wednesday and k'hequea competftors will 6< -mailed Immediately on receipt of ronfirmatlon by the Nawa. 6. All.entries must ho pbstetl or do llvered to The Her AM OeToru mid- it Ofl- rrldaya. A Friday post rfc from rxrtms of the clly of will be considered as a Eerltlmnte entry. ;7, The name and addfeas of the c6rnpetSt6r must be on eftch coupon. 8.: Stamps must not be ueed as pay- ment for entries 8 Al! enlrfes must to 6 Ed'toi- FoolMll Competition Tho Herald LelTibMdjre 10 Thp Mltor- duclslOT will be final -11.- Employees of The Herald are barred from (he competition. ENTRY FORM GAMES PV.AYED DEC. 11TH ENTRIES CLOSE DEC, 10TH MIDNIGHT FIRST DIVISION Arsenal Vs Chelsea. Alton'Vlllsvs Newcastle, Sh.effiela' U. Tottenham, Burnley ys Liverpool, SECOND DIVISION Barnsley vi Bristol City Fulham vs Clapton Orient, Wolverhampton vs South Shields THIRD DIVISION Brentford Luton, Crystal p. vs Swansea. Norwich vi Mtllwall, Plymouth vi Soulhend. SCOTTISH LEAGUE Celtlt vs Partlek Thistle. Dundee vs Albion Rovers. Hamilton vs Clyde. Rangers Falklrk. 1 enter the FuulUll Com petition In accordance with (he rules and conditions nnnouncet mid agree to accept tho pub- llphed dediton as final and legally binding. tie.AJIami town club, Just to remsin all season -with his bride. Is quite a veteran He been In the fast company ai long some of the Und wlchti en Mle In several of the ball parkt, i (Copyright National Newtpaper Service.) weeU.we see.nt'jlher increase !n the number of entries and tho prlzo inoiiey is going to bo hlsher. '-Not as many women have been tak- ing part in the contest for tha past two weeks. They are again leaving the.fdotball chatter all to the men but to Judge from some of the crowds at Adams Park during the pas I- summer one'trbuld wonder.if the wom.en are sending in their guesses under their THE SILVER GRILL Lethkidges Up-to-Date Restaurant MONSIEUR CHAS. L. LAPPER- RUQUE and CHAS E MOORE, Proprietors Our kitchen Is handltd by Experts, C. L. LAPPERRUQUE, late of Restaurant, Calgary; Hotel La Hotel City; with the able assistance .of BOB MEY- ERS, are .preparing the appetizing viands and pastry served'by our efficient dinlnu room staff. .A TRIAL IS SUFFICIENT. 'rom the .bottom-beanie up to .a con- tender for the But joliuiiy went to the Cubs. McGraw did. not stand itt-hls .way. Then "Mo" looked around aid got Hugh Jennings, his old :eaairaalc on the. Orlolea. Jennings lad just quit tho Tigers. McGraw be- ieves that in Jennings ho has the right man who will 'et.ep Into Ills shoes. On what Jennings does neii year will pend on whether ilcGraw, can alt hacfc; and not worry" any more aboit tfie running' McGraw a Czar The Giants re- cently hare always had the lion's share of Gotham's to the fact that'they have been'. repre- sented by a team of well-schooled ball players coached by a past master in the technique of tho game. McGraw ruled with a. "mailed first" He drove his men for'all'lliey were worth. Those Oiar-like methods produced results. Bnt theao methods were1 not popular. With the advent of Jennings, the en- tire team will undergo a vast change for the .better. Although :Hugbie came from the same school as flcOraw he is tho typo ot manager a ball, player will strive his hardest Jennings Is Great Leader In knowledge of the-game Jennings has no peer, except .possibly in tho handling ot pitchtra, one considers that ho won championships with the Detroit team, this 'tact baa a strong tendency to blast the tbeory that he cannot capably direct, tho moundsmen. As far as personality, Jennings has no equal in the game to- would like to see more women in the prlzd-llst each week. Do your Christmas shopping early la a :cry that goes out from all mer- chants. The Herald will help you do your Christmas shopping, early If you guess good so come alone and help to boo at the prize money. Former Champion Says' He Is Going To Win Back Heavy- weight Laurels LAWRENCE, I sign, ed'.a little Jess while heavyweight champion, grinned today, confirming, announcement by Tex Rlckard that-he iad been match- ed to fight the winner ot tho Jack Dempsey-BIH rBrennan tout Dec. 14 Jess thinks his fight will "bo wllU Detnpseyr-tha man who Jarred IOOBO hi.i crown. am going back into the ring to re gain the Willard con- fided, "and defend it." I o Thoro was a smilo on the former title holder's face and a day, and withal he a.dlplonfat of the hf Pa NovillB Kirk, Sergl Hoaley H I seiur, Geb.'K. F. Murphy, H; l NV Jl li. Purdle, A. Fritz, B. Reed; J: R. Dugiiay, H. Ham- mond Corporal Houghton and P. Byrne. Everything Else for Godd Season But iack' Frost Lags (Slaft Correspondence) MACLEOD, Dec S only thing that is holding up bucket In Macleod IB'the weafher. These beautiful He cember days please everyone except the curling" and fraternity. They are patiently waiting for a change in the weather The'JIaclcbd Hockey club is tally organized and ready for business. At the annual meeting some time ago S J Kirk was. elected honorary preal dent, Inspector T A McDomldhon orary Sergeant P. L Healej, Geo B Scougall MCC presi The entertainment, committee for Ibis yearwilU'he gergt.' Hcalcy, Geo. H ScougaHand. Corp, Anderson Among tho.: players who will be seen on this y.ear are: and de- jald it. t, ji j m 1.1. i There waa no do'ubt from his attitude Tf, he meant business.. A. to terms. of the most temperamental players In Jc53 just seem lo tnow what lly for him. "I just ead and 0x It i hs stopped for a! see.some' the game today. He brought Cobb to innnanci theTigerswben the Georgia Peach told Tex- go was a husher, and many an argument! wtllard iiiugh of the "papers have me dead busted." Apparently he wasn't- seriously wor- ried over money matters. That he was going to have a chance for a ''come back" seemed to he giving him genuine satisfaction. The Kansas fighter said he wanted Address To Kid Baseball of (he Gambling Cases at Chicago CHICAGO, Poc. K. M. Land Is, supremo head ot baseball will have fuil anthorily to rid baseball of the gambling evil, according to state- ments made here followliis his confer- ences with Han Johnson, president ot tho American League. After n two-hour talk in the judge's chamber, both men agreed the cases against alhlclcs indicted by the Cook county- grand jury n short time ago, should bo pushed to, the President Johnson ioday announced the dalo ut tho annual American Lea- Kiie meeting as Decemher IS In New York, duo to 'the Joint guthorlng of the drafting committees. The Question of what may bo done with the spit ball is ncheiluled for dla- cuasinn at the club -owners' meeting. together Bame. certain' rules of tbo Tho National League- meeting Is set ,for DcccmiE- U, atto In New Yoft. between the lemperameiiu _, ___ 3? nab" OI 'f" me aeau or taking balls in territory, Atinnroniiv had ti be smoothed over by Jennings. With the Giants Hugnte ought to more flian malte nood. He will have a team much better equipped in Bev- eral departmenta than the teams he has had to manage In Detroit for the last few years, and besides he will players ot calibre._________ training in his gymnasium "down hero on the farm." And lio-'plans to take HOCKEY CLUB AT LAW on, "cavler work soon. TORONTO, Dec. efforts At who I'll, bare for the Toronto HocKcy club to have sot' aside the order of Justice MWrtlclon I hardly to think it over, but) appointing a receiver for the two or three ot the; Gardens, Mmltcil, waa loasy fought hero and help me.' SKATING Sat, Afternoon and Evening Or ICE 730 to 10 fc'elock Phone 1849. Watch this space for rink news. RAPH TO BE TRIFD OUT NEW Dep that frank Frisco ;wquld be: displaced as third liasemRn Giants next season wero..denied; today ,by 'iahjgcr McGraw JOB. re crult third baseman St. Paul, will be tried out al.seconcl base, McGraw said J PHONE C36 CARS OF ALL MAKES OVER- HAULED AND REPAIRED BY J. E. PALMER 322 6TH ST." S. Five years' experience with aeroplane engines, Thone 1032. WORK GUARANTEED We Are Experts in 'Flepairins and Retreading Tires N'ew Tires and Tubes Sold. Bargains In Second Hand Tires LETHBRIDGE VULCANIZING WORKS 712 3rd Avenue South E. our before Justice 'Latchtonl at 03' goode Hall, .Tnjgment was reserved.' submitted to: the court Asked what Mrs. Wltlard thought of Ills plans to "come Jeas foeam- wino cmin !'Oh; slle'8 me to'the llralt. ot tho affairs of the rc wl'l' me In whatever I I do. we never havo any trouble nf home." Although Jess owns a farm horo he m3 been "dabbling In oil some" since the Toledo fippoarance with re- sults, ho said, lie treated reports that There wa. a statement Arena Gardcna os nf Ofsiobs- 51 showing a doRcit of THE BIKE GRIND well bunched at Iho end of the hour at 8 o'clock this morning when only five separated the loaders from the traders. At that llino Drocco lending. BILLIAFID MATCH OFF Jv'KW YOHK. Dec. Ui arrange n Wlliard mafcli between Willie- lloppo, rc-osfsbllshcd champ- Ion, and Edounrd llortmaii, European tltlfiholder, havo como to naught, at least temporarily, It wns announced today. Hopno Insists on the winner Uklng nil contract for receipts, whllo Horemans' manager a (0-4Q con- inat. "It's the championship I'm ho concluded, "am! 1 mean to gel It." GRIFFITH SHADES MOORE FORT WORTH, Tex., Doc. 10.-- Dick Griffith, bantam, last night shad- ed Pnl Moore of Memphis, In a ton- round hout here, according lo sport writers. LANGFORD WINS ABERDEEN, Langford, Boston negro heavyweight boxer, gained a decision over Terry Kecler ot Chicago, In H six-round niatch here last night. KnocMp' tlie Boltom trm tlis Leallier Siioe Hartet A Drop of to on Men's Men, beforfr buying your Footwear sen theso wonderful Vdfiies In our fllsplay wjntloW Thov cannot be'dupllcated In nny city ot'anything Iheso frlcos Men's Tan Bfack No. 1 Calf-, skin Shoes, GoocV year welted soles. Forrae'rly 50. Sale price TBEFLORSH lti J? mention ariyllilng in recommendation of the Flonhelm Shoo Those who arc wearing them will appreciate the Bpeeial cut in rrlcft from ?21.00 to LOUIS KEEL .SHOP OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES THE FLORSHEIM 3HOE OLiVER BLOCK, STREET ;