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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta >AGE so: THB USTBBgEQgai DAILY HERALD MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1920 BRINGING UP FATHER m ByfLMcManus FOR Quick Service Best Attention TflY The Silver GriD OPEN DAY AND N1QHT tnmsicsfflnMiHBBnBHRSdBHi Sign GOOD EATS SPECIALTY IN We Aim to PleiM OUR COFFEE BEST IN TOWN Bth St and 4th RUGBY UNION PROVIDES FOR MLVE-MAN SYSTEM O- jWcstern Canada Organization Fimis Plan Was Success in 5- Alberta REGINA, Nov. Western Canada Rugby Football Union revolu- tionized the roles of tbe game at tha annual meeting of the organization held this morning In the offices of the Armstrong Logan Agency here. U provided for football in the future; the snap back.system of put- Ung tie ball in pity will be.adopted neit season and the two-sldo scrlm- BUjere will be eliminated. -All the un- ions favored the introduction ot this style 'of play which bad proved so BucceMfol in Alberta last season. A committee consisting; of Messrs. Otton, Regina; Sinclair, Stevens, will meet this af- ternoon to draft complete, rules of the In case they cannot agree to- nlght'arid it there Is no report given 'out by December 15 then the rqles gov- ITlta vllT course Northern Manitoba dogB cac slow their test form. To Flln-Flon and back Is a course dis- tance of close to, if not over, tbe 200- mile mark. An Indian pageant will also, it Is believed, bo staged In connection with tho race. ptaj thi> year will be adopted fur 1921 and subsequent sea- Mne. At this meeting tonight the delegates Trill also decide the Italia- tions of weight and age for junior and juvenile societies. Manitoba wanted a limit of 160. pOTndJ and 21 years ot age prior to September 1 put on juniors ana a of 135 potrn.il and 18 years for Saskatchewan wanted on- ly tho age.limit Tlth-no regard to weighty The schedule for the play-offs dur- ing the neit three years was also set: In 1921 Saskatchewan .winners '-will play at Manitoba, while Alberta will play the winners. In 1922' Saskatch- ewan Till go to Alberta while Mani- toba will play at the winners! In 1923 Alberta wfll play at Saskatche- wan while Manitoba wfll go to the winners. It was also decided that the secre- tary should write the trustees of the Earl Grey cup, emblematic of the Rug- by championship of Canada asking them if it wonld he possible for West- ern Canada winners to play at Sas- katchewan while Manitoba, will go to the winners. Murray Thomson, secretary-treasur- er of the union, was authorized to have a rule bonk printed this tali. This hook will contain the history o! the association, also the history ot the various provincial .'onions as well as pictures of some of the winning teams. The Olllespie cup was adopted with a -vote ot thanke to the donor as tho official jnnlor Rugby title ot Western Canada. The success of the U-man system of Rugby us obtained In Alberta this year WAS explained thoroughly by Mr Sinclair of Calgary." Ho tpid the dele- gates that thd's'nap back'syslem had speeded up tbe game, that It had op- ened up the game and had improved i1 from the dtahdpoiht of the spectator. The (oilowlng officers were elected for tho ensuing year: L, 8. Fraser, Edmonton first vice-president, E. Chown, Wlnnl peg; second vice-president, Dr. M. It Bow, .Regina; secretary-treasurer, E. M. Thomson, Moose Jaw. Adopt Twelve-Man Plan RE01NA, Jjov. Rus- hy wili .be played In tha Western Can- ada Rnsby Union for 1S21 and subse- quent This was decided at the annual meeting of the union held ou Saturday' Ifnbrnlng and subsequently ut a meeting of the men named to draft the rules. The new regulation.? embrace practically all the Alberta of this year with ex- ceptions that the quarterback will be enabled to pass the line of scrimmage without having some other player tducli the ball. Agatnp a punt fumbled behind the goal line Vflli count three points, with- out being converted instead ot five as at present! After this score, however, the defending side may scrimmago or kick the from the 25-yard Hue in- stead of froui the middle of the field. The cow rules will work out satisfac- according to the authorities who saw Saturday's game and who attended the .annual meeting. Will Decide On Peace Or War In Pro. Baseball CHICAGO, Nor. of the major baseball clubs were in session today to decide for peace or war in major league baseball, with re-organi- zation of the national commission-as the deciding factor. Slagnates of I he eighth National League clubs and the Chicago, Boston and Mew York American League clubs, lave extended until 10 o'clock today their ultimatum to the other five Am- erican league clubs on an option to .he Lasker plan for a new commis- sion or a declaration of war. "HERALD" FOOTBALL COMPETITION RULES GOVERNING THE TITION ARE A3 FOLLOWS! 1. Tbe competition will lie called 7he Heruld Football CompelUlon. 2. Compeliloni will be entitled to as many entries wt they desire, provided each entry is accompanied by tyemy flve cenie, und coupons to tb-u nunv ber of entries. 3. Competitors must cross out the names of tho clubs they think will lose and cross out the names ot bold If they consider u, draw wilt result. Coupons can only be secured the Sporting Page of The Herald, 5. Alt monies received will be turned in prizfta. Tlio amount and numbers of prises will be published tvery Monday mornjng for that week's KesiiiiA of coinpoiJUona, be publish c 3 c vc ry Wednesday at j d Oiequez to succesaful competitors wil be mailed Immediately on receipt OJ conflrmaUon by tho Athletic News. 6. All enlrlfca must lie polled or flft- llvered to Tho Herald btfort mid- night on Fridays. A Friday post- mark from outside of the clly of Lettibririge will bo conelderctl as containing a ItRltlmato entry. 7. The name and of compttllOT mutt bt clearly marked on tach coupon. t. Stamps mtist not be used a.q pay ment for 0. All must tre add revert t the Editor, Football Competition. Th HeraM. Lethfaridre. The Sporting Editor's dccl will be flnaT. 11. Employees of The ar barred from the com pelf I ion. urse To, Be Hpng Up Will Amount to'Twenty-Five Hundred Dollars Eastern Football Though Carpentier Whipped Le- vinsky, He Made Poor Show- Ing as Championship Candidate BY HEK. NEW YORK, Nov. went over to Jersey Clly the other day and rub. bed elbows with other millionaires, among them being diaries M. Schwab. General Coleman du Ponl, William A. Hrady, et cetera and ad lib. felt chances. With Dempsey it would have been different. Hurnh for Carpentier Carpeutler's premier fight on theso shores returned him a winner. Ho Is a good, clean chap, pleasant to meet and ambitious to succeed In his trade, jnl he Is minus more than one of the qualities that the conqueror of Jack Dempsey has got to have. 1 late the Frenchman on whipping Le- vin sky, 'biit there's still Jack Demp- sey. cd Dbmpsey isn't unbeatable, either, lie is going to gel his good I and plenty one .of these days, but' we'll have to look further than Car- pentier. For confirmation of all I have said I refer you to any o! tho. millionaire ring fans present. Tbore were enough to form a good sized crowd in addi- tion to thole already, mentioned. Or ask Gov. Edwards of New Jersey. He knows box-lighting and enjoyed the first appearance ot the French cham- pion. McGIII Wins MONTREAL, Nov. defeat- ed Toronto Varsity Saturday In an Inter-collegiate Rugby game 7 to 3. Argos TORONTO, Nov. d feated the Ottawa RUgby. team for the championship here Saturday'C to 5. right at home, for millionaire at a j prize light Is jusi like any other nor- mal .human being, lie likes a good scrap. So do I. These millionaire friends ol mine expected to see a good fisht between Georges Carpentier, European heavy- weight champion, and Battling Leviii'- sky, the American light heavyweight title holder. They got what they were lookiiig for. it was a good fight. They got plenty of chance to yell [they did. But outside of the fact that there was lots of punching climaxed by li right-hand "spear" which sent sky. to the cleaners in tlie fourth round and lots of excited millionaires, tlte outstanding .result ivus pentier was eliminated hy every think- ing expert ae a real contender for Jack Dempsey's crown. Hear Dempsey Chuckle. There were lots of -people, who Calgary's Waterloo REGINA, Nor. over- thought- Carpeulfer would 'come over I can hero ami mop up'Dempssy. hoar Dempsey chuckle now as ho .would have chuckled if he had seen whelmed the Calgary Tigers; "for Carpentter-Levmsky fight; Western Canada Rugby honors bore Tllera was Ilot a sinsle which Carpentier showedMrasclf as a possibly dangerous opponent for Demjisey. Ho hail, better sleer clear Saturday by i a score of-.28..to'.l.. ELIMINATION BOUTS TO... BENNY LEONAHD NEW YORK, Nov. selection of six lightweights to Tight through a of the Utah mauler, for he leaves himself wide open to blows. And any man who fisbts that way with Demp- sey Incurs tho risk-.of-a sudden and sure trip to forgettulncss. I have seen Dempsey fight several scries ot elimination bouts' to .decide 'times. He docs not overlook many which" will meet Benny "Leonard for i opportunities to land the K. O. I am "sMi-elght title here on Nbvem- willing to bet a good hat right now held, shortly, this purse ,ls not jhcr tho subject of a conference that Carpentier would not last as long Quebec-A. A. A; Thinks They Should Be Given Amateur Status After Certain Period Busyl r We are very busy and .may not be able to give you the service.: we would like but we have our suits arranged BO that you can help yourself. ff Only Three Prices All Suits made to retail up to One price only ____ All Suits made to retail up to One price only _____ AH Suits made to retail up'to PA One price only U BERT K ESTER'S M E N S S HOP HOME OP 20TH CENTURY BRAND CLOTH INS Alexandra Hotel Block H On the Comef TUB PAS, Nov. 7 Cans- ian the advent ot cold cathe{ the Hudsons Bay Dog again a topic for discussion in the orth "country and many suggestions or the betterment of the 1921 Derby re being brought forward. Tho race, hich. will likely be held early in, larch', will be for a purse of f a suggestion to increase it to this urn is approved at tho annual meet- lig of the members ot the Derby toj onsldered too high in view of tho Tox nickaroVpromoter and j with Dempsey as Levinsky lasted with icavy expense, incurred in maintain- Frenchman a Disappointment The brilliant foot, head and arm work that we had looked tor In Car- pcnticr was lacking. Wo had been led to look [or excessive speed, clever- ness and boring skill on the part ot the French war hero. He Is a fighter. Don't misunderstand me. He was af- ter Levlnsfcy from. the lap of the gong, but ho wouldn't have carrier! It that far with Dempsey and gotten MONTREAL, the Que- the.'Amateur-'Athletic Union of Canada believes in the rein- statement of professionals who have refrained from participation In ath- letic competitions for three years, was the outcbme'of tho'annual'uneet- ing. at the local clubhouse Saturday nighl. _-A resolution to the above effect will be forwarded to the central body to be discussed at the annual meeting to be held at Winnipeg next mor.'.b. The branch also recommended that complete re-organte.ition of tho Olympic committee in desirable." The Quebec branch will ask. that the division be divided into two sec liens, one for the cast and one for tho west. ng and preparing a dog team for rac- ng.. .The dogs are very expensive, spring pups selling ut for ve, and full grown and trained aril- Billy Gibson, Leonard's manager. {Carpentier. Among the possible aspirants to be] considered were Lew Tender, Philadel- phia, 'Joe Welling ot Chicago am] Ritchie Mitchell of Milwaukee. mala from 575 to each. It la proposed to throw tho race open to the- world, as has been n all the Derbys of the past. discussion has been held whether it was best to confine tho racing to the isual flvo dogs and toboggan, or per- mit the dse ot the Alaska racing bar-.1-' ness and sled as used by Goyne last March. Many of the local men are not averse to the use of tho Alaska rigging, provided the distance Is lengthened out to 200 miles nnd more. t NAMED STATION AFTER SPEAKER They maintain that at tbe longer Herald Football Competition ENTRY FORM Arienal Blackburn, Bolton vs. Derby. Bradford vs. Liverpool. Burnley vs. Newcastle. Evtrton vs. Bradford City. Manchester C. V3. HuddersfleTd. Oldham vs. Tottenham. Preston Chelsea. Brentford vs. Bristol Rcvsrs. Brighton vs. Plymouth. Palace vs. Luton. GHIIngham vs. Newport, Orlmsby vs. Swansea. Norwich vs. Reading, Queen's Park vs. Southampton. Swlnrfon ve. Mflhvalf. I enter tho Herald Football Com- petition In accordance wltb tho nilcs and conditions announced above, nnd agrco to occopt tho pub. 11 shed decision as final binding. BELLEFOXTAINO, A telegraph station on the Btg Four railway west of hero has heen named "Speaker" ,fn honor of Trls Speaker, leader of the championship Cleveland" base- ball club. r. .5, .j away with it. M. -liisserand the French nmbaasa-