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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK SIX THE LETHBPIDGE DAILY HERALD' WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10; 1920 BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McMamis LEFT WHERE NOW OM HI TO THROW EVERY I FIND OF N THE 1 CAKT CO DOT OT MINUTE ANO FOR Quick Service TRY Uciai iDc jiivci bnil OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Sign GOOD EATS SPECIALTY IN 'STEAKS' Aim to PlMtl OUR COFFEE BEST 114 TOWN 6U< tt and 4th Aw. BASKETBALL TONIGHT BANKERS V. HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALLERS IN PASS AftE BIG WINNERS Announcement is Made of the' Winners of This Week's Com- Your Friends to Joia the Competition. ;a country. -Where football Lethbridge ud Crow's NMl foot- ballers are baring a great deal of friendly rivallry ia the Herald's foot- ball competitions. The anuoun cement oj prize winners this week shows the Pass footballers right up in front u :sood pickers of Tinners. For. a week or so the Pass men dropped 'ont of .the competition but now they haie come hack stronger than ever and It la desired of the Herald that football fans Ip the south of the proTiace should co-oper- ate in "inaklig this competition a SBC- cess. The more the better U true in this case. 'The Herald la taking this means of keeping Interest in football alire in C. Weatley. Ml St S., city. W. Foiard. BIO i9lh St. N. city. W. J. 1st ATS. N., city. Surty-five entries, total sum BOUND TO TAKE "BABE" RUTH HERRMANN TO TALK TO MINOR LEAGUES 'not 1. 'again be played for many uonths and' :in seeking the support of all. fans in its football competition it is doing a service. The football life of couth- erh AlherU is forging ahead each -year and a ..lire football competition will go a long way in keeping the spirit of the game up. No special act is necessary to enter the competition. entry and twenty-five cents mail- ed to The Herald's competition editor -is. all that is needed, fie sure. your cntrjvis In by Friday night or. very early Saturday mornring. This weeS twenty dollars is being divided among the J. of, Michel, -.B.D; gets ten dol- lars six. dollars are divided., ber tw'een' the 'second winners, each get- .ting J1.50. Four dollars are divided between the thirds. The tollowiog" Is of prize 'winners KANSAS Clf.Y, Nov. With the opening shots fired in the scramble to win. the, support of the .National Association of Minor August Herrmann, owner o( the Cincinnati Nationals and a leader. In the organi- sation' of the new.. 12-clnb league, Is to address the' convention of minor leaguers here today In an appeal for endorsement of the Lasker plan, for baseball re-organlzatlon. Mr. Herrmann will attempt to offset the favorable impression creat- ed among the minor league .leaders yesterday by Ban Johnson, president of the American league, and Qeorge W.' ilflier, the. American league at- :orrjey, who urged the minors to ap- point a meet with a similar committee from the inajor leagues in a final effort to avert a baseball war. NEW YORK, NOT. Deter- mination to take Babe Ruth, home run king, into the -new baseball league formed yester- day ia Chicago, regardless of claims made by leaders of the "loyal five" that ha belongs to Ibe American League under for- mer contract, was expressed to- day by Vice-President Huston of the Yankees. "They won't get anything like as close to Ruth as the crown princo got to he said. T J. F. SIMPSON HEADS CURIMGENTHUSIASrS of those who might be leaders in in-1 Charlie Carberry Again the See' flnoncing a better sporting spirit are inclined to shrug'their shoulders and say, "Well, what coiiid you As a result ot'the demand of the Dean' and the public support given him, all the managers of the leading football teanii are .doing everything possible, to eliminate, every dishonest player. Not one has attempted to pute the facts presented as to dishon- orable practices. 1 wonder what would happen tf any of the leading churches In America should call for reformation In any branch of sport. Would they be hoot- ed at- from one ond of the country to the olher? Think it over. Sporting Circles and Public Up- set By Revelations About Football Players WRESTLING MATCH AT VULCAN (From Our Own Correspondent) VULCAN, NOT. t.. lu match held at the Community theatre on SatnrdaT night between Brooks ot Nebraska and Gordon Sauudera of 1 Vulcan, resulted in a It one of the very best matches over seen in Vulcan, and a will probably i be future. ,i CAN'T SELL DOGS Nov. Asso- ciated dog slipw has overflowed from Olympia to Wblte City, nut the exhibitors confess that while the eihjbits were never more Inviting there is a conspicuous reluc- tance to giving orders. It is generally, agreed that-the war profits are about] exhausted andjconsentienliy folk recV weaHhy..are .economizing. POCKET BJLtlARO CHAMPION CHICAGO, Nov. Green- YOHK, Nov. folks leaf, of New -York, national pocket bil- have thelr-.troublcs, too. JusUas wejllird c'lampiou, second were shocked by life game last'night In the finals lalions that eerlMn baseball players Tot. the defeating bad .accepted bribes to "tbrow" the j James Mature'of Deriveri'123 to .35 in 1519 World's sporting clr-iis.innings. cles and public In England have beenM i amazed by the 'discovery that famous! VAROON A CONNOISEUR, TOO iptball players there were, indulging