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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX BRiNGiNG UP FATHER THE LRTHBBIDGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1930 FOR Quid Service Best Attention N'LLO JERRY WHEN fans lo keep, football interest alive at the same time Is the aim of The Herald in its football competi- Dakota state S. Marquette 49: St. Louis U. Kansas City 20; Nebraska 20. Cornell. Columbia 7. Maryland 10; Syracuse 7, Boston college' 37; Tufts 0. Andover 6; Eieler 3. Holy Cross 3G; Colby 0. Union.20; Hobart 7. New Hampshire 47; Maine 1, Yale freshmen 28; Harvard fresh- men 3. -West Virginia 17; Rutgers 0. Pitt 7; Washington and Jefferson 0 Marietta college 38; University and nelfs (o keeP lne In- Cincinnati 0. Iteresl alive. All guesses must ha in Franklin and Marshall S; TJrsinua 7. tfce first mall Saturday morning Hon. The number of guesses sent in last week showed n .slight' Increase and if this week an increase is again shown it will be gratifying. As often as The Herald can obtain any further information on Old Coun- try football'. It. will-publish'it'but up to the present very little eitra mater- ial has reached Letbbrldge. Twenty- flve cents gives a football fan the opportunity.pt entering The Herald Kenyon 17; Western Reserve 14. nrake'7; Creighton 0. Centre Kentucky state 0. University of Colorado 1; Colorado School of. Mines 0. .University "ol Detroit 29; West Virginia Wesleyan 0. Ames J7; Kansas Assies 0. Johns Hopkins 14; St. Johns 0. Buckcell 45; Gettysburg 0, Dickinson Lelilgti ;7; Perm State 7. Allegheny. 0; Westminster 0. St. Bcmaventure 0. S war th more 62; Delaware 0. Bales-21i-New York university 18. If the baseball, magnates who are squabbling over a new baseball dicta-: torahin would only turn their, efforts to the unmaslihig of the Bribery King and his thoy might help' baseball. The incidents returned by a Chi- cago grand jury are hot sufficient to Williams 50; Wesleyan 41. Amherst 14; Trinity 0. Grinnell SI; Simpson 0. California freshmen 38; Stanford Nevada 7; U. S. C. 3S. Wiiliaraette university 24; College of Ptigel Sound 0. Anaconda high SO; Missoiila 0. University of Southern California Isn't it peculiar that certain Eastern politicians took so much Interest in the baseball investigation? PHONE 665 410 FIFTH STREET FOOTBALL COMPETITION RULES GOVERMIi-IG THE COMPE. TITION ARE AS FOLLOWS: 1. The. competlilon will be called The Hirald rootball 2. Competltora wll! cntUicJ lo tts cnany entries aa (hey desire, provided each enlry Is accompanied by twentj-- five" ceuls, and couiwcs to the num- ber of enlrlC3. Competitors must cross out thc- or the ciuba they think will Iwo and cross out the names of both if they .consider u draw will rcauil. 4.' Coupons Can ooly Le secured the' Eportins I'aso or Ileialo. 6. rccc-lvtd will turned In prizes. The amount and numbers or prill's nil) he published e'very.Monday morning lot that week's games Kesulls of competitions will bo published eveiy WeOncsday and successful coinpctUorn wll] be mailed. on receipt o) lonflrmatlon by the Athletic Xewr 6.' -MT entries miiBl be posted or de'ears. It would require that game was 142 points. Cochran, by his IPumber at each tp pay the giiaran- vlctory will be the challenger "in a !le8tl nursD altrae for the Dempsey-Car- touraament -with Willie Hoppe, Tje. rentier bouL WLat is going to save cember 6 for the world's Promoters from great financial ship in New York. That end of the.game does not Schaeffer, as runner-up, also tne public, but it does eiclte play Hoppo. curiosity. William A. Bradr and Charles B. Cochran. who hold.the whip hand so far as the promotion of the bout is TORONTO, fvov. II, concerned, are astute business men. won the IntermedJalo collegiate soc- Each has made a success of his own Saturday by particular line on both sides'of- the i defeating tho Ontario Agricultural Atlantic.-, They .know; the value of By'ono lo moving pibluresl They 'realize the nothing. Tho single score of the gamp'enormous gate to be reaped in Eur- was made In the second half. for pictures of the ring battle 'n i should Carpentier 'win. They know what a barvesl miilrj to la this country If Dempsey should be ad- judged tha .victor. But so far as the United States Is concerned, one great obstacle must be'removed. The fed- VARSITY WON CHAMPIONSHIP their first game, which wag played at Guelph. AIR CHAMPION COMING Sadl .Lecoinie, win: eral government must repeal the law Omi government must repeal the law nor Ol the Oordon-Bennett Cup race, 'against the taking of fight films from aid most famous of French civil pilots state to slate, before the exhibition of win shortly arrive here.. He 'will be, the picture would be permitted.' Dftho i v :t PACIFIC TRACK MEET PASADENA, Pacific A. A.U. will national amateur track and field oi'tfte'afrfctor provision of the'Ontario here as a part of the Tournament of I Temperance Act Hoses festival next summer1. SUSPENDIf-iQ SCOTT ACT OTTAWA, NOT. 12.- (Canadian the gcotl Act in the.counties of Huron and Perth, Ontario, was before the cabinet coun- cil today. In both cpujitie3rsuspension 1ms been approved by the requisite ma- jority and all formalities have been met. Actual the act Is therefore, more or less a-matter of form. The effect of suspension will be to the coinilles within the operation Dennc.lt race, to give flying exhibitions and will receive a salary of Af- ter he lias flown in Texas he will give exhibitions throughout the United Stales. Edgar Dubols, aged 22, Tfas ground to death in Ibs cogs'of a'machine at the Dominion Sugar Ileflnery at Wal- lacehurir. VARSITY BEAT QUEENS TORONTO, Nov. wr.s. eipectccl, Varsity, had no dif- ficulty in defeating'Queens on Salnrday, thus tying 'McOIll for tho championship of the senior intercollegiate Rugby union. Varsity won 34 to-I, If that can be accomplished One Mystery Is Solved Just, why the bout was -suddenly moved to Cuba is another mystery to the lay mind. U Is not to those on the Inatde. Prior to the adoption of the Walker law, which now governs box- ing In New York state the tali wagged the dog. "Upstate sports were a.ble to sea ten round bouts in the arenas of membership clubs without molesta- tion. Sportsmen In the metropolitan were praclicailyDeprived For years they winced under the conditions. Now the 'dog Is wagging his own tail. The enormous purses offered by the metropolitan promoters has put a brake on the upstate shows Men interested In thjj game In Roches- ter, and other smal- ler cities cannot get tho talent, The Herald Football Competition ENTRYJoRM GAMES PLAYED NOV, 20TH: ENTRIES CLOSE NOV. 19TH AT MIDNIGHT Atton Villa vs Bradford, Blackburn vs Bolton. Bradford C, West Brom. Albion Chelsea vs Sheffield U. Evefton vs Tottenham >p3 Preston. Oldham vs Burnley. Newcastle vs Liverpool. Exeter vs Palace, Ollllngham vs Portsmouth. Qrlmsby vi Queen's Park. Luton Norwich, Mlllwall vs Watford. Merthyr vt Southend. Reading vs Brenlfoi'd, Southampton ve Bristol Rovers, 1 enter th'p Herald Football Com. nclltlou In accordance with tbc rules and Conditions announced above, and agreo to accept tho pub- lished decision as flnal-anu-Icgally binding. Signed Address SMOKING TOBACCO After years of domination Still Canada's preference. IT DOES NOT SEEM REASONABLE that we can sell such-high quality suits at such low prices. But are doing it. Let us show you these, wonderful values: All Suits up to To clear at........, All Suits up to To clear, at All Suits up to To clear at.......... BERT KESTER'S M E, N S S HOME'OF 20TH CBNTUIIY BRAND CLOTHING Alexandra Hotel Block On the Corner flstio gentry ia now kicking his heels ilong Broadway waiting for his turn it one of the big purses. Upstatn the iports are determined to throw a monkey.wrench into metropolitan nachinerj' each, .time a championship xmt la proposed. -.U.-Where the Line is Drawn The countryside politician draws a sharp line between boxing and prize- ightlng. He says where- a title is at itake it..Is, a distinct prize and con- rary to tho spirit and letter of-the On this basic he would lave ntadei: hla flglit against- 'the Dempsey-Carpentler bout The pro- moters evidently 'took the bint and decided to let well'enough alone. Just BS soon as the financial ar- are adjusted between-the -uban capitalists and thfe promoters he onnecessary prattle' should cease. Kearns, who looks after the financial end for tie Champion Demp- sey, and who, according to tho latter, splits 60-SO In oyerything, should be nade to deposit a-substantial guaran- tee of his 'contract. He demands a rurse flf 1300.000 for his flstic part- ner He should be compelled to de- posit to protect the promotera and public, to be sacrificed it he fails to deliver the goods. Kearas, .Dempsey, Carpantier and DescampB; have; made-it a business proposition. ;The, asked to pay the toll, no matter whether the bout will bo decided In Cuba or tho United Slates.- It is for these men lo protect -the public and promoters to the limit, -r .1 bout to be fought in Cuba the writer can impart some valuable advice to the principals in the'comtDg fight. AT 'ARMY-NAVY CAME NEW ol tempor-' ary stands for the Army-Navy game November 27 has been started at the Polo Grounds. Tho seating, capacity will be increased to CARS OF ALL MAKES OVER- HAULED AND REPAIRED BY J..E. PALMER 322 6TH ST. S. Five years' experience with aeroplane engines. Phone 1032. WORK GUARANTEED BAND at the RINK Tonight FINEST KIND OF BAND Children 25c; Adults 35c. PHONE 1849. SPRINGING A SURPRISE Our Great Fall Overcoat Special Giving you n. clean-cut saving of coats, tailored In stylo llneo and guaranteed as to both fabric and value. 840 Regular Special price For all stylos and slorm find conservative- collars, deep pockets, In wldo range of fabrics and patterns, with ap- proved linings. Coata you'll bo proud, lo wear. LOUIS KEEL SHOP OP FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES' and THE FLORSHEtM SHOE OLIVER BLOCK, FIFTH STftEET ;