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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBPJT30B DAILY SATURDAY, NOVEMBER'20, 1920 BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus tfb-WE ABE. LJVlNCi ON AN INLAND- NO BOAT LANOb HERE UNTIL TOMORROW SO I KNOW WHRsS l i-v none l' I'M THE 2 It's a Genuine Pleasure to Dine Here Tn.ere' arc so many features ol illulng here that make you leave with au auticipatlou of coming aeaIn. The food; the service, tbe environment, the cool, fresh atmosphe.re, the courteous atjeuuori are aii iOeai. Grill E. MOORE, MGR. Cor. Fourth Ave. and Fifth Si RUGSV UNION CHAMP. GAMES Herald's Football Competition Is Growing Is Off For Another 'Session Interest Is increasing in The flcraid's footba'l competition. Last iveek' a flight increase was shovra and this week the increase is much larger. Fhe contest closed, ?thts morning .for :he week aaOesiilts'will be'announc- ed on Wednesday, he rules of'the comifetition.. '.v With the. publication ;today .of the schedule fpr.nmt-week, the football iompetition.ia off again, and again The Herald football Tans will iobj the competition and. thus -boost the. prize been stated before every, entry must; be acconj- paiied by .twenty-fire cent's; and must be'in The Herald the m'orn- inE miil Saturday at thervery, latesL During weeks 'football fans In country end in Lcthbridgo hare divided honors. It lyill be interesting on Wednes- day-, how, thisvweek .willVgo. o. [tier siic'cess tut LONDON, .Nov. la RugbyV union championship games played loday. Middle- sex.defeated Kent by 17 to 9 and East Midlands was defeat- ed by Leicestershire 12 to 3. -x threatened with death because of lack of Interest immediately took on new life. If the United ".tales captures the Davis Cup, 1 venture the predic- tion that 1921 will be the..greatest tennis year this country has ever jseeu. Judge Laiulis Atlantic; Bids For the Battle For- [k CITY, Atlantic City raay be selected for the DempEey- champion sbiji tout, to. Win. Ar Brady, one of the promoters id -an interview declared that he sees no reason why the 'resort would not make an for the contest. Srady. stales that he has heen ap- proached b> an Atlantic City man, who financial support as spotesniah (or a' committee. Tho pro 'moterV said it remained lor the resor toipake as strong a bid, If not strong er, than any other city (or.the battle lie added that there seemed to he n insurmountable obstacle in tha way o bringing off the contest in this city. James J Corbet! believes tha' Georges Carpentier will be a real tes for rack Dempsey In the co bout. CorbeU said tbat ]te had been approached by both and Carpenticr- to omciato fflft-.thu. ttnrd matt in ihc ring, hut laughingly Tcfuseil lo commit himself. LandEs, the new head of professional base- has been a patron of bsse- ball for 'many years. At the Chi- cago games he generally may be found In. a. box, back of third base, his old black slouch hat pulled down over his eyes and a iong black.cape failing from Ms: shoulderE.- He never.talks during a game, biit studfes every play closely and enjoys analyzing ,the strategy'of. the opposing players. One. of hTs. hobbies is to try to guess the next play. Judge Landls was born In' Mlll- vllle, Ohio, Nov. 20. 1SG5, and was named foe Kenessw. Mountain, near Atlanta, Ga.T where his .In the Civil War. He.- became nationally prominent .when he fined the Standard Oil .Company after tore- ing John D. Rockefeller to come here to testify. During the World War he presided at the-famous trial, sentencing k "Bfg BiUVjHaywood, Secretary-treasur- of tht organliationj and ninety- two other prison, snortly alterward anL'e'xpIosion Federal.U several but1' judge v was uninjured. He atso se'nt Con- gressman Victor Berger lo prison for alleged obstruction of the na- tion's 'war preparations. Boy Wonder Golfer Going to England NEW the next Brit- ish amateur golf championsMu tour- Americans Look lo Players fo Bring Back Tennis Trophy 'will 'be a conte: BY HBK. I lias been niacle NEW YORK. Nov. Tbe United Atlanta, Can; States Davis Cup team is now a week oj-tn champion, fnrmnrjy an assistant out on the Pacific from Vancouver on tj Vardon in their trip to bring to full realization I Edgar was at the plpr on Saturday Includes Provision for Cleaning of Golf Balls on Put- ing Greens Directors of (he-west- ern Golf Association have adopted general rules for the cleaning of golf the hopes and ambitious of America to Md Vardon ami Hay ailiuii and challenge round for the Davis will be played in'December.' Cup Will the American players succeed tennis leaders. They are going direct I ll'3 family otf to England, for'n to Auckland. New Zealand, where the I visit. Edgar himself said he conic: not _ sfi'ord to raako the. trip, as he Kleiied for ronny- exhibition marches Cue South tills winter. When Jones .'f v'ilh its present holders! H is nsy sincere wonder, will enter Inth belief that they are in their "r.ltisil amateur ar.d open cbam- forra in the world's championship, tourney they will be the victors. The results of tho "Wimbledon and Davis Cup matches in England this summer led every tennis expert to he- SLATER REINSTATED The English F. has rein- .stated as an amateur J. Slater, the Heve that William M. Johnston hnd former well-known professional of William T. Tilden, Jr., are capabie oti11'110" now a million- defeating say other players in that ho'might act as a world In sigles. O'Hara Wood, Pat- director of the Stoko Club, which he terson, nor Normau Brookes at .his lia3 financed for some time. At tho best, are capable ot defeating either Eamc time lne council, refused a simi- lar request from Mr. Tiiackefy, who Is anxious to become a director ot the I'hCEter-le-Street 'Club, and another from Mr. Bennie, who di'sires to asso- United. of these Ameriacns. Doubles Are Important It the unexpected should occur in the singles, however, the final test may Samuel Hardy as captain of the American Davis Cup 'Committee} made an excellent choice. Hardy is aj ROUSCH IS KNOWN AS "BALL HOUND' WINTER BASEBALL LEAGUE TAMPA, clubs will com- pete Jn a winter baseball season on coast. The circuit lu- .clufles Sarasota, Tarpon Springs, Bt. Petersburg and Tampa, It's a wonder Eddio Rousch, the Cin- cinnati outfielder, has not long ago beenlnlcknamed "the ball hound." ;For If was an outfielder vjho -hounds the is that Eddie gives chase to every ball hit to the outfield: and to most of those lilt to infieiders. Ho covers a wider range of terri- tory other fielder in the Na- tional League.-He backs up Neale and I Duncan ;on. alnicst every ball they .catch, and is also in position to back shprEstop and second baseman 7case.balls'get through them. Thcro'g not an outfielder'who takes more, steps: in' a 'game than Rousch. Unless, hit right at him ho runs after practically every oilier ball hit in the game. 700 MILES ON BIKE AT 73 veteran tennis strategist of the Ho can be relied iipou a bicvcie trip. trel absolutely the best out of the team. This is going to be an important con- sideration if the contest narrows down to the matches lu doubles. Watson M. Washburn, the fourth member, iis KILLED BY A BASEBALL JERSEV CITY, N. Lahey. 22, was hit on the head by n baseball during a game here, walked to a hos- dropped unconscious and died. 'HERALD1' FOOTBALL COMPETITION RULES GOVERNING THE COMPE- .TITION ARE AS 1. Tho competition will bo called Tha-Herald Football Competition. 2. Competitors will be cniitled lo as many entries' as they desire, each entry la accompanied by iWGnly- five cents, and coupona to ilia num- ber of entries. 3. must cross out Ihe names of the they think will lose and-cross out the of both If '-hey consider n draw will result. can oalr bn secured from BporUnE Piigo of Tho Herald 5.' All tnonlea received will ho re- turned ID prizes. Ths amount nnd numbers of prices bo ftVftrv Monflay for thnt games. Results of compfitlUons prill 'be published every Wednesday fin'i cheques lo auecesEful vlH be mailed Immediately on receipt o( confirmation by the Athletic Ntws, 6. All entries must ha or livened .to The Ifcrald before mld- nlffhl 6n FridftfR. A Friday post- mark from {wlntH outjH-Jt; ot tha city f-i. Irfthbrldgs will he conalderfld QS containing a legitimate entry. 7. Tha name and aCdrtss ot tbe must bo ctearly marked on each' coupon. must not be naeo as pay- ment for entries. 9. All entries iriuol fca to Oie Editor, Football Competition, Tho Herald. iu mo Sporting Editor's deelaloa will be final. 11 FmpToycea'of Tha HerftM barred from Ih6 competition. SOCIETY. WOMEN OWN RACEHS year' more wo- men ehler the British racing lists. Among the society leaders now rac- ing their'own horses are Lady Cun Mrs. Gilbert lioblnson. Lady Torrington, Mrs, kAlgernon Co.v, Lady Nunburnholmo Nelson and Lady James Douglas. a dependable player. When Tilden had to withdraw from I his October matches in this country, the leaders ot tennlsdom felt some anxiety, nut. In has received great enefit' from his rest and has rounded condition again." "Tilden is an excellent one t his friends Informed mo a few days go. "He is now ready for the game- f his life." Three Weeks' Practice Atter the arrival of the Americans t Auckland they will have about three worts for practicing. During Lhat time hey ought to be ulilo to overcome any climatic handicaps. Captain Hardy Bee to it that they keep fit nrfd do not get over-trained. The Americans are going to play a series of exhibition matches against teams after the Davis Cup match and are unlikely lo return to Mila country before March. The Americans' triumph in England :his summer greatly Increased general public's interest in tennis. Thousands of tennis clubs that were' HALF MILLION VALUE PLACED ON PLAYERS RIVAL CLUBS CLAIM Herald Football Competition GAMES PLAYED NOV. 27TH ENTRIE.S CLOSE NOV. S6TH MIDNIGHT Arsenal vs Bradford vs'Aston Villa. Bolton vs Blackburn. Eurrtfcy vs Oldham. Liverpool vs Nev.'Casllt. Preston vs Tottenham. Sheffield U. vs Chelsea. Sundcrland vs Everton, Brentford vs Reading. Brighton vs Swansea. Bristol R. vs Southampton. vs Er.-'.tr. Norwich VG Luton, Northampton vs Plymouth. Queen's Park vs Grlmsby. Watford vs Mllhvall. I enter the Herald Football Com. petition In accordance with tho rules and conditions announced above, and agreo to accept the pub- lished decision as ilnal and legally binding. Signed........................... Address -NEW YORK, JCov. than jn half-ralllion dollars' worth of ball players will, be put in the balance if President Bar. Johnson goes .Ihroush with his threat to sue for the .Tscr-' vices of the players ot the New- York, Chicago and Boston Am- erican League clubs. Tho estimated value of the best pir.yers ot ]'ihe three clubs la including New 000; Cnrl Ways, Aaron Ward, Hob Mcuafl, Dob Sliawhoy, Collins, 000; Ray Schalk. Dick Kcrr, Eddie Jluruliy John Collins, Hcoper. 000; Wally Schan'g. Evc-velt Krott. S25.0DO; 'Stuffy Mclmies, mud, it yesterday bv Assistant Secretary C. W. HIgglns. The directors also retained the West- ern Association stymie rule, but Voted to adopt tbe now rules of the L'ntted States Golf Association covering 'a lost bail, a ball out of bounds, and an unplayable lie. The'new Western Association rules, which have been common as .local many courses and freq.uently used in Western tournaments, are: Lifted Without Penalty. "When a bail is at rest on .the put- ting green, if there bo mud or other substance adhering to the ball, It raay be-lffted, cleaned, and then replaced without penalty, provided such act be ddnQ with the knowledge of an oppon- ent or other competitor. ''A ball'embedded in soft mud, ex- cept, to'a recognized water hazard, shall be deemed to be in casual water Iii such a-case it may be lifted without penalty and dropped not nearer tho holes. "If the ball be played on to a put- ting green other than that of the-hole being played, the ball shall be lifted and.played off such greeni as near as possible to Ihe place' whe.rb inf. ball lay, but not nearer the hole; without penalty." -The stymie rule Western Golf Association, the United States Golf Association does not abolish stymies when laid by one's self, follows: "Where'both halls are on the. put- ting green if tbo player of the ball farthest from the hole claims that the nearer ball Interfere ulth his put, the nearer ball, upon request, shall bo lifted or played at tha option of the owner." l The rule has been In effect for three years, while the U. S. G. A; rule was "f I made effective on September 1, this year, following conferences at St. An- Scotland, with tho British rule makers. SHAMROCK IV IN DISCARD NEW Thomas Lip yacht, Shamrock IV.. which was h; tho 1920 races for tbe Amorica'a Cup, now lies forlorn in u shipyard at City Island. All crnilp- has been rompved. I WOMEN BETTORS INCREASE women incroas ed heavily during the 1920 racing season, aceorduig to a survey mad8 v among the bookmakers. More than 100 betting cominis'slqnors noT t'ator cx- oluslvely to women. SMOKING TOBACCO YOU CANNOT HELP BUT Bt AT THESE PRICES WE SEE NEW FACES EVERY DAY ON ACCOUNT OF THESE WONDERFUL SUIT VALUES All Suits up to To clear AH Suits up to. To clear at All Suits To clear at BERT KESTEK'S M O P HOJ1E OF 20TH CENTURY BRAND CLOTHING Alexandra Hotel Block On the Corner n This League Gamblers First Got Influence.Over the. owners kept within the salary. Unlit ot Uils said Cal. DWn't tliey liuve two agreeraenls with their" play1-, crs, one by which tho playqrs woulil be.paid enough moufy to keep within the salary limit, and; tho other a pcr- sorial agreement ED as'to give' him more In order to hold linn isiu ball player to be honest his.v when the toss Isnt tlje game on tha square with his lellow owners.' RIDING PRIZE FOR AGED WOMAN 'LOS caused all his scandal In baseball? Was it the var that drove the players money mad or -was "It jusf'-plain greed, tbo out- of-the world J. Cal Ewing, talking-beforo some 75 baseball fans at the beefsteak dinner gfven li. Jlaler to he-Vernoh "pennant winners, gave ils ideas on what ho thought to. be the proper explanation. "The Federal League (s to blame tor the turmoil In baseball said Bwing. "If. ever, a league was corrupt it was the Federal. Big gamb- ling interests practically controlled erery cinb fir that organization, if It may be called such. "It was In the Federal League wnero players first met, tho big gamb- ers who learned for the finst time )ali games could tie 'fixed.' After the failure ot the Federal Magus or- ;nnlzed baseball made its biggest mis- lake by taking back those bail play- ers who 'jumped.'-'jfiiey had-been un- der the influence of the gamblers and saw what there was to be made IMhey played according to the dictates of the crooked gentry.'' Blames Club Owners, Ewing blames some o! the major eaguo clubs for the dishonesty of ball Jiayers. Ho points out that even In the Coast League somo ot tbo club own- era have- not been on (ho square with their fellow owners. "How many club Marj C yearS'Old, won first prize at Ihe Be Soto Lounty Pair for being the most accomplished horsewoman': ENCOURAGE'BRITISH SPORTS revlTO interest In sport the annual contests betnccn' Ilegular Army and Territorial athletes' will be renewed iu 197- PHONE 666 410 FIFTH STREET CARS OF. ALL MAKES OVER. MAULED AND REPAIRED BY J. E. PALMER 322 6TH ST, S Fjve years' experience with aeroplane engines Pfione 1032. 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