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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta fAGESDC THE LETHBBIDGE DAILY HERALD NOVEMBER 22, 192Q WRINGING IIP FATHER A 1-3 P bq <1T IN ONE. Vs'iTHOOT ftT HIT VATH SOME OVA1 I LEFT ME. ON THE: FRONT PORCH- It's a Genuine Pleasure to Dine Here There are to many features of dining hero that make you leave with' an BntSclpatlon of coming again, "be food, the service, the environment, the entertainment, the cool, fresh atmosphere, the courteous attention are all ideal. The Silver Grill C. E. MOORE, MQR.: Cor. Fourth Ave.'and Firth 8t ROIL 442 FORM TENPMZE Ragtime Tournament al Domin- ion Allies Brought Out 1 Some Good Scores U.S. Football Results On Monday started last..the Dominion Ragtlmo' Tournament, and as a' result some very good scores The tournament was; open to all and 'sundry .and there were ntneiy-five.entries. 'The entry fee was ion cents a player and the affair was for the hi eh; score of two-men teams. The tournament ended Saturday' night and'another will today. Jleers' and Shover were off In the' lead a .score of. 422, hut niicT Leaslie had-their Imtting eyes Gonzaga 47; Butle School of Mines University of Idaho JO: University of Montana 7.' University, of Oregon 0; O.A.C. 0. California 3S; Stanford 0. Harvard 9; Yalo 0. Ohio Stato 0. 'Wisconsin 3; Chicago 0. Michigan 3; Minnesota 0. Pennsylvania 27; Columbia 7. Dartmouth'14; Brown 6. Syracuse'14; Colgate 0. Boston college 13; Marietta 3. Indiana 7. Carnegie Tech 6; Washington and Jolins'.Hopkins 43; Western Mary- land o: Notre 33; Northwestern 7. Carleton -i7; MacAlester 0. lovya 0. Nebraska 35; Michigan Asgfes 7. Amherst 14; Williams 7. Massachusetts Aggies 21; Tutta 0.' .West Virginia 20; Bethany C. Holy 'Cross .82; New Hampshire Saturday night and knock- State 0. ed.dovn tLo ten pins for 442, Uuiou 7; Hamilton 3. OTwl pme, Sliover. and got second with 422. getting 55.25, and Sloan and Evans rolled 411 for third money, 50 Daws.on and Leasko also-got fourth money- with 4QS, get- ting ?115 InHhts. contest any player or com- Jjiriation of players can roll 'as many times as the} wish to pay their ten tents, Commencing last Friday--night a .c'ontest for a case of' Coca Cola starl- Lafayetle'27; I.ehlgh 7. Stevens 21; New York university 14. Dop'auw 3; 'Wabash 0. Baldwin-Wallace' 20; Cass 0. Centre College 23; Virginia Toly- teckuique Institute 0. Swartlirnore 2S; Haverford 6. Dehl5on.l4; Kenyon 0. Gettysburg 14; Mount St. Map's 0. .Washington; and Lee 16; 'George- UniversHy Alabama 14; Unlver- wmm Some Old Followers Returned As Us Have More This Week Eastern Football Not only did some old followers ro turn to Jbd football last week but some new names were add- .Varsity Champions KINGSTON, Nov. Varsltr are" senior lutercoilegiate champions. In one of the most exciting games ever played here McGllI was defeated, 14 to G. Varsity emerges winners ol the intercollegiate union. Tho Interior work of fho McGUl back field was responsible for the de- feat of their -team, Won Intermediate Too KINGSTON, Nov. Toronto Vnr- sity won the Intermediate Intercolle- giate' rugby championship Saturday by defeating Queens 11 to 3, winning the round by 19 to G. St. Brigid's Champions Nov. Brlgld's rugby teum ol, Ottawa captured the ed. than The Increase was larger lett'fhere be a. larger one for the end of this week. There may be Eome delay In an- nouncing the prize winners as several games were not played on Saturday. However, K theso should be played i ni Quebec rushy football union champlou- today it Is expected the prize iut ho out on Wednesday as; usual. shlp-'Saturday Vfhsh, they defeated 'Westmount in liome and home game by a score ot IS to 12. Dons Defeated HAMILTON, ,Ont, Nov. oS Toronto defeated by the Tiger Intermediates in the first of the lome and borne games in the final cd This prize 'been .donated by slly the Coca Cola Company Limited; Pennsylvania Military College 28; Trill.end on Friday night. It will he a affair for the high individual tlie Dominion Alleys, N1ME Champions Intend To Go After Stanley Cup at End of Season MONTREAL, NOT. National Hockey League :Will -consist during the- coming season of Canadlens, and probably Hamilton. This .was learned following a meeting at 'tho: Windsor Hotel on Saturday of the governors of tile N. II. L, The season will open about Deccnv and will run until early in March, when the eastern champions wl.ll.'go lo the pacific coast to play for the j Stanley cup and (he champion- ship of the world. .The Ottawa'and Canadlen teams were given psrmission to play a scrios games next month in Brooklyn and Philadelphia. Washington" college.7.: Bucknell 2S; Susauehanna 7. DicKlnsoii 36; Delaware 7. Villa Npva Catholic Univer- sity (j. .Transylvania' 27; Georgetown 0. University.rot Wyoming 0; Cniver- of Utah 0. Cornell 6. Anaconda Deer Lodge p. JIarquette "10; Norlh Dakota Uni- versity 0. Butler 9; T. M. C. A. Teachers' col- lege 0. Mornlngside 14; Drake 6. Oklahoma University '7; Kansas se'es 7. Haskell Indians 33; Oklahoma Ag- glbs 7. Colorado Agglss 7; University of Colorado 7, Pomona 9; Occidental college 0. Baldwin Wallace 20; Case 0. Springfield Y. M. C. A. 7; Detroit 3. Cnrleton College 17; JIcAIester col- logo 0. 24; Earlham 7. Heidelberg G; Western Reserve 0. Ohio University 39; Akron 0. Puts Up Money As Guarantee For Carpeniier PARIS, Des- champsr, manager Carpen- iier, .heavyjnygh't _ champion, of Eur- ope, -has deposited-'on "behalf of (he latter francs in French'loan scrip as a guarantee for the: contract Carpentler signed with JacK'Dempgey, while in New York-for a bout-to de- cide the championship.of the world. The fund was: deposited in; the Mor- gan-HarJes bank and the' receipt reads, in part: "Received on account Georges Carpentler-Jacques Dempsey round for the Ontario rughy football championship hero on Saturday by 36 o 0. contract." Former Big Leaguer Would Like to Break Into the Coast; League ISITPIOUO Jockey KummePs Stirrup Broke in Contest With Sir Barfon JOHN HYDE A MEMBER OF VARSITY TEAM Boxing Bouts At Montreal MONTREAL, Nor. the Mount Royal arena Friday night the follow- ing bents were determined: 0. Ledoux, bantamweight cham- pion of France, outpointed Mickey Delmont, this city, in a 10-round bout. J. Mitchell, SyraciiEe, lightweight, outpointed Jack Thomas, local. In a 10-round bout. Terry Caponl, Kew York, shaded C. Peppln, of France, lightweight, in a lOround bout. PORTLAND, Key. H. McCredie. manager anil part owner of the Portland Deavers, returning here from the baseball meeting at Kansas City said he had received a very at- itra'ctife offer to 'take.'charge of the Seattle club, but denied'he had actu- ally accepted the management of the 'Kainlers. McCredie said he has until January .1 to accept the proposition and that he has not made up his mind as yet. .While in Kansas City, McCredie was approached by several men regarding Ihe Portland franchise. Joe Tinker, who recently disposed of his holdings in the Columbus club of the American Association, Is among those who would like to break Into Coast League terri- tory. St Thomas 0. W, V. A. has secured 400 tons of coal for distribution among Us members. "HERALD" FOOTBALL COMPETITION RULES GOVERNING THE COMPE- TITJON ARE AS FOLLOYJ'S: L -The competition will lie called The Herald Football Competition. 2, Competitors win be tu fis many enlries ad Ihey desire, provided entry Is accomjianlcd by twenty. fivft cents, and coupons to the nuin- ttft Ot fcntrles. 8, Competitors must cross out Iho natnea of the ctuta they think will and cross out the of both if they, consider a draw wljl rccuH. 4 Coupons can only bn fcecurc-'J from tins Spwrung i-agc W ;i'ne JieraW, 5, All monies win be re- turned In prizes. The amount and numbfera of prizes wll! be published avcry Monday rnomlns for that week's HeEulla Of competitions will be .published' every rWtdncsday nna chequed to uMi bfe "mailed1 Immediately on rcrelfit of eonflrmalloji by'the Athlttic N'ewe, All entries rhust be posted or de- livered to The Htrdld before mitt- nteM on Fridays, A Friday post- drnark from "poinls-oulafde of iho city of Lethbrldge wll! be considered fta containing a legitimate enti'y, 7, The name and address of IV- muit bo clearly marked on each" coiiponu Si'Slamps must not be used ca nay- ment for edtriea All entries must nddrciised to ,th6 Editor, Football Competition, Tb< Herald, Lethbrldgd, Trie Sporting Kdltor's dedslon will be final, 11. Kmployecs of The Hftrald are barred from tho competlilon. Mr. F. O. Hyde, of Lett- bridge, today is proud to say that nephew, is a member of the champion- shii) blue and while rugby toam. Tho Varsity hoys won the championship Saturday. Herald Football Competition ENTRY FORM GAMES PLAYED NOV. 27TH ENTRIES CLOSE NOV. 26TH MIDNIGHT Arsenal vs Huddersfield. Bradford vs Aston Villa. Bolton vs Blackburn. Burnley vs OldHam. Liverpool vs Newcastle, Preston vs Tottenham. Sheffield U. vs Chelsea. Sunderland vs Evcrtan. Brentford Reading. Brighton vs Swansea, Bristol R. vs Southampton. Palace vs Exeter, Norwich va .Luton, Northampton vs Plymouth. Queen's Park ve Qrlmsby. Watford vs Mlllwall, enter the Herald Football Com- petition In accordance wllh (be rules .nnd conditions announced above, and agree to accept tho pub- lished decision as final and legally binding, WRESTLERS MEET TONIGHt NEW YORK.. Nov. Zbyszko and Ed "Strangler" [.owis, heavyweight wrestlers, meet hero to- night to decide which of them will wrestle for the world's heavyweight championship against Joe Stecher, present champion. CARPENT1ER IN BUSINESS Georges Carpentier Is de- feated by Jack Dcmpsoy, he will re- tire from the ring and devote his at- tention 'to a motor company of which he is director. (By.HKK) NEW YOHK, Nov. ot pe- culiar things happen in' the racing game. Some can be explained; others cannot.-' Among the latter re- corded the break Ing" ot a strap hold- ing one of Jockey Clarence Kummer's stirrups ,as he was "piloting Man o' War to victory in his race with Sir Barton in Canada'. That the break occurred just as Hummer was pulling his" horse up at the end of tho contest does not serve to lighten the belief of many who heard of the malter that there was a deliberate atteWt made to keep Man o' War from winning. The.saddle used by Kummer in this race was practically new, having been used only twice previously. This shows that the precautions taken'to protect Man o' War nvere fully justified. The slightest tamper- ing with anything concerning such an animal might spoil his entire career and cause his owner heavy financial loss. If the strap had broken earlier In the race the result might have been; reversed. It Is understood that ever since the race a quiet Investigation las'teen progress to learn what straugere were jhout Man o' War's stable before the race. If a plot to interfere with the ;race it Is believed some gambling syndicate was responsible. Friends ot Samuel D. Kiddie are continuing their efforts to persuade him to send Man o' War to England nest year to compete for the Ancot Gold Cup, the famous British racing trophy. American sportsmen-would like to seo the owner of the wonder horse consent to make the trip. They believe the victory of Man o' ,War over Eng- land's best horses would convince the racing authorities .on the oilier slue that there are no cold strains In our American thoroughbred as typified by the American champion. The- English stud book does not recognize the Hastings strain in the blood lines of Man o' War because many of the American thoroughbred records were destroyed during the Civil War. Their contention is that the American stud hook is merely product of memory, If Man o' War races at Ascot Ihe British racing dictators would learn that Han o' War is a thoroughbred Perhaps nothing hut visible perform- ance can convince them. How would you like to aee an An DAVIS CUP DEFENDERS SYDNEY, N. s, o[ lawn tennis are eagerly discussing the composition of Ihe Australasian team which will defend the Davis Cup ou agalnsl America. Holh: Brookes and: orlcan ,win the Ascot Cold Cup with, latlerson are regarded' as: certain an American horeo? Jilan o' War can members of the team. it. Address 0 CHEWING TOBACCO Canada's standard since 1858 YOUCANNOT HELP BUT BUY AT THESE PRICES ,WE SEE NEW FACES EVERY DAY ON ACCOUNT OF THESE WONDERFUL SUIT VALUES All Suits up to To clear at All Suits up to To clear All Suits up t6 To dear at BERT KESTER'S MEN' S S HO P HOJUB OP 20TH CENTURY BHAND' CLOTHING Alexandra Hotel Block On the Corner Frantic Thousands mtier aris In twenty yards he had outdistanc- ed, everyone and. Hung, himself onto the. footboard of. a moving taxicab. Then he turned and waved farewell to the howling crowd. PAB1S, thousand Tans welcomed .Georges 'Carpentler back to Paris this evening at Care Saint Lazare. To escape them he had one of the hardest fights in his career. Urag before the train had stopped hundreds had.clambered on to the running-board.' shake his hand, and when he.appeared at the carriage' loor the roof .of .the station was near-i ly raised by cheers. Never in-the'his lory of.Paris has such a reception'been accorded any- one. Those who-Tfero foremost In the crowd lifted the boxer to their shoul- ders and tried-to carry him through the crowd, but half'a'dozen times he was down and up again. After n struggle of ten minutes his luppdrters managed to get him out of the crowd and ipto iliu wailing rooms. The door was immediately shattered. Wood and glass went down with a crash, and tho mob surged in. Francois Descamps, Carpentier's man- ager, had to strugglo the same as his chnmplon. They were engulfed in the swirling maelstrom.of humanity. A triple cordon of 'police that had been ordered to the station to keep order was. swept away like one man Carpsntler himself, needed all his strength to keep his feet arid his temper. After half ah hour's uproar ho saved himself as cleverly as ho has often done In the ring. As the crowd surg- ed put of the slatlon'9 gates with him in front, he seized the opportunity to shako himself .clear and bolted. WELL-KNOWN CURLERS ;'UNABLE TO MAKE TRIP Ha'ig and A....M. Blackburn, Winnipeg, and 'Alt Dolg, -Glenboro, have< resigned from the Canadian for' Scotland. Pressure'of business was the reason for'these well-known cur- lers being unable'to'make'the trip. The vacancies" will be filled at a meet- Ing of tha Manitoba'Curling assocls- tion within the next few days. Spain has produced many feminine wizards with the rifle, anil of'them all Senorita Julia Boa.rdle, ageil 13 years, ia said to bo the' best, having won numerous nledals and defeated many famed marksmen. CARS OF ALL MAKES OVER- HAULED AND REPAIRED BY J. E. PALMER 322 6TH ST. 8. Five years' experience with aeroplane engines, Phone 1032. WORK GUARANTEED THAT EXTRA TOUCH which makes our suits fit well and look right aro qualities which you don't find In other makes. .The suit you buy Its Is tailored to conform to your lines and that Is why our clothing has tho dressy look. "None belter dressed" Is our aim for you. In choice tweed? and -worsteds, and WHAT MEN WHO KNOW WEAR in the way.of silk ties, may Vo seen by n vlsll to our shop. Drop In ami look over our dis- play. You'll Had classiness and economy combined to an amaz- ing to LOUIS KEEL SHOP OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES and THE FLORSHEIM SHOE OLIVER BLOCK, 31.1 FIFTH STREET ;