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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta HAILT A9KAIA MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9, J920 '.'BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. McManus OOt'T xoo THINK OR MOT TOM JUVT COOO- OT HOW I A. COW OR fcHEtP UNOE.R COT? f 'A If in, FfthTUM 110 WORLD OF Herald's English Cup Competition WEEK MLY If the weatherman siiyt Wednesday, Thundiy and Fri- day nights will itt the big three night carnival being itaged by the L. A. A. A. rink committee to off the existing debt on the structure, pulled off. The affair Tlj now well advertised and (II plant have been laid well, 10 that there thould be a big time for Hundreds of tickets are being told and it the weather- man wtll only be good all will be easy. There will be a band eaeh.ntght and skating after tho special per- formances. The first nlsht Is the school pupils' night, second adult races and Ice polo game and the third night will see the fancy drtu carnival staged, the first to held here In (Set ready it> you'll be ready If the weather- man Is willing. able major league managers to make arrangements for the disposition o' excess baggage and clear the decks for personal contact with rivals in a real business way., The Babo UuUi purchase to date has overshadowed everything that The draw Round Throe Is as follows: Liverpool vs. Birmingham. Chelsea vs. Leicester FOSEC. Preston vs. Bradford City. Bristol City vs. Cardiff. Aston Villa vs. Sunderland. Notts County vs. Bradford. Tottenham 'Spurs vs. West Ham. Huddersfleld vs. Plymouth, Argjrle. Rules of the Competition 1. The compotltor will fill'In the coupon below, giving the namo of the team ho or sho thinks will win, and the.number of goals scored by that team. 3. Twenty-five cents must accom- pany each entry. Competitors are al- lowed to send Is ns many entries as they wish, but each entry must he ac- companied by twenty-five cents. 3. In the event of .than one person tending in a correct result .he first prize will be equally divided This will also apply in the case the second and other prizes. It 110 correct result Is submitted, the near- est guess will receive first prize. 1. iXamos and addresses should be written plainly, and entries in a sealed ouvelope, addressed to th Editor, Football Competition, LeUi bridge Herald, and dropped in th box in the Herald business office, o Bent through the mail. 5. No member of the Herald staff will be allowed to compete. Moran of Reds, Mitchell of Cubs Only Major Leaders to Stand Pat If tho current off-season runs trne to Form the big baseball conference T' 'in Chicago next month should de- velop a 'record for activity In the player market. To 'late since the close of the 1819 campaign only two deals of .consequence have transpired, !j- in both of which the Boston Red Sox figured. An off season is usually good fov anywhere from a halt dozen to two dozen purchases or trades, and never before in tho history of the game hnvo so many managers la both major leagues desired so much lomfike changes, If they nre serious In their declarations, says W. J. Mac- beih, writing in the New York Tri- bune. Pal Moran of the world's cbimjicn C'nciniiati and FYcd Mitchell of the Chicago Cubs, have announced that they intend to stand pat. livery! other team leador in the big show has advertised extensively a purpose tc. shako up his force anil add thai of now blood necessary to re- store- tho fans' faith In pennant poa- has transpired In baseball for a dec- ade. lii its shadow tho swap of Jobby Roth and Shannon for Harry Harper, Eddie Foster and MikB Me- noskey is. already- lost. Friends of. HcGraw dpclare.he will not rest eat- Efied' until he puts over something calculated to match as far as possi- ble the coming of Iluth to the Yan- kees. Ei-en Squire Bbbets threatens something sensational to keep hla >orough in the limelight. V- BIG FOUR LEAGUE STANDING Won. lost. Pet. Former Local Hockey Player Uses Stick as Baseball Bat Quite Effectively "Tim" Dunn, former Dress agent here and the famous Sporting The Calgary Wanderers havo a real erudite against 'our old townsman Dominion Ei- a member pi Goods team, yhe Albertin says ''Tim" Dunn, right defence man for the Edmonton Eskimos was either bom with a silver spoon in his mouth or his pater must tiavo been running around the shed with a horseshoe In his' pocket when ho first saw light Winflerera..... 7 EsXiibos....... HUEtlWB 6 Columbus Club ,700 .GOO .600 .200 WETEULY AFTER ALliNCUP REGINA, Sajk, 7. Taonier Bay Antteor Hockey As- Eoclstlon t> tie fint to chj'.Unje (or the- Allan C-up '.his soiicra, according id W. C. BetlKhen, secretary of the Canadian Auiateu; Hockey As- sociation. They have .challeng- ed for the junior championship of Canada. As II Is quite possible that Iho 1920 winners ot tho Allan cui> will go to tho Olympic games In Bel- glum lu April to represent Canadian hockey, there will be keen competi- tion of tho chautplooshIp. Each pro- vincial association affiliated .with the C.A.H.A. is being: aslied for their views In the matter. Challenges will be pouring In In a few flays as they mubt be 'r. the hands of tho provincial aasodatlo n by February 11 a nd t raas- iHted to the secretary ot the' I.A.H'.A. According to advices trou Van- ouver, the HrltlBh Columbia Amateur lockoy Association Is seriously con- Idering their senior wlnneru ast In quest ot championship honoin. Shovtr arid Moore Boys Wins Doubles for last after IS minutes of S. AH entries must-be receiver! at the Herald by Friday, SOth. ILL DEPEND ON slbilities. Gleason Needs Pitchers London Writer. Figures Scien- tifically on Dcmpsey's Chances According to a medical writer in the London Brining News, the chances of Jack liempsey- to win in a bout with Georges Carpentler will depend more. upon the American's "re action than upon any superior- ity he may possess In weight and muscular power. In explaining what by "reaclion the Hid Oleason of the While Sox needs ee'.eral new pitchers. troit. The Cleveland he means writer So does De- Indians must land a couple of competent left-hand- en if they are to figure prominently again. Muggins needs at least one catcher and an outfielder. Jimmy Burke of the Drowns finds sn-cr.il Veterans on the toboggan and inus! get new blood. McGraw's veteran in- field has split wide open. George iGlbaon needs ono or two old hands