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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta UP FATHER I CAN'T HEAR 'oA-Y IT A UTYLE- UCOOER THE LETHBPIDOE PAJLY: HEJRALP MONDAY, By G. McManus i- W1U. XCO HAWE A COP. OF COFFEE.? blMPUY HV.AR XOO WITH PARDON ME- VIOUUO XOO MIND UETTIK'ME HAVE THAT "bPOOH FEt? HOW-CO AHEAD AN TELL ME XQU I the second half, of tho Semi-final. The Argonauts went into tho game with In water that's no dieper than your kneel Arbitrary Tacllcs of American League Chief Cause of it All The Ameer of Afghanistan Is- quite a strange, peculiar He'll never rest until he can own" Just seventy wives to grace his throne. Strange and erratic, you'll ag And yet at happy at can be! a score of' 2 to 0 ill their favor, yesterday's play as well. but Tiger Intermediates Wfn HAMILTON, Nov. intermediates- their su- periority on Saturday when (hey de- feated tst Undges, Inter- medtaies 15 to C FRANCHISE READING, a conference her a five Harrisburg business Ernest D. Landgraf, cnvner of'tbe Syracuse International League franchise, an offer to transfer the Stars to the capital season. PICK GAINESVILLE 'GAINESVILLE, Philadel- phia club of the National League will tralii here next spring. Fleming Field, (ho athletic grounds of tho University 61 has been selected. "HERALD" FOOTBALL COMPETITION RULES GOVERNING THE COMPE- TITION ARE AS FOLLOWS: J. The -Triil ba called KeralJ Kootball CompetitlDn. 2, Compelltors will ha entitled to as many entries as .they desire, provided eacb eriuy is ty tweniy- flve cents, and coupons ib tho num- ber of entries. 8- Competitors must cross out tha names ol Die cluba they think anil cross out the names of botti If consider a draw rosult Coupons can only Bccurcd from the SpcitluK I'agc of The ilerald. 6 All received will bo re- turned In The amount ant] of prizes will ho iiub'Jhhcd every Monday inoming Cor that weed's rries, Hesuils jy the Athletic .News. 6 All entries rfiust-bo posted or de- livered to Her Aid before mid- night on Fridaya. A Friday mark from polnis outside of city o'f I.elhbridse as containing Kglllmate unlry. T, Thft and aJdrcss of the Competitor must be clearly marked on each coopoa 3; Stamps mnst col be used as pay- ai-nt fat enlries, >J1 iPlrlw mint be fiddrepsefl (r> the Editor, FoolbslI Compeiltlon, The Heratd, Lethbridjre, lj vThe Spirting: Editor's decision TrtU bft filial. I! Employees of thft irer barred frorn'lhfcompelltl6n. If loses on Friday nights and Is a week- affair The Kagtimo tournament uns until Saturday night every week, were ninety eight entries in t last wpefc Barons'bowlers will be on the job onight ahd'to'play them a team will 10 picked from the following: Sloan, Ihover, Nelson, Invin, Leask and Detestable Objects, agents who send In marked TENNJS CUP STOCKHOLM, tlie Da via Clip Is- the Iropby of Ibbon ,erent of tho world's lawa ten Sweden's trophy for the interna .ional. covered court championship, ot !ercd. In 1912, ia the handsomest and most costly pE trophies. Its value la approximately Herald Football Competition ENTRY FORM PLAYED DEC. 4TH ENTRIES CLOSE DEC. 3RD MIDNIGHT. First Division Blackburn Rovera Derby C. Bradford C, vs. Manchester C, Chelsea vs Arsenal. Huddcrsfleld vs Bolton W. Tottenham vs Sheffield U. Second Division Birmingham vs Coventry Cr Blackpool vs Leicester, Bristol City vs Barnsley. Bury vs Rotherham. 9taplon O, va Fulham. Third Division Brighton vs Queen's Park. Exotof va Northampton. 0-lillngham vs Swlndon. Luton Brentford, Merthyr vs Portsmouth. Scottish League Aberdeen vs Alrdrfeonlans. Albion R. vs Morton, Ayr United vs Dundee. Clyde vs Kilmarnnck, Dumbarton vs Partlck Thlslle, tho Herald Football Com petition In accordance with tho rules -anti conditions announcer above, and agree to accept tho pub Itahed decision as final and legally binding. Signed copy who submit the punkest junk in record and want pay for It. Fat'men.who want to pay for ftemt un dally In the personal column. People Who'call you on the phone ust as a real Idea strikes you. Prohibitionists who want the law enforced, not according to law, but according to the views of the Antl-Sa- oon League. Trotzky and Lenlne, All profiteers. How Do They Get ThM Way? Pinochle players. Interpretative dancers. Empty quarts. The price of sngar. L Headaches since Jan. 16, Futurist artiste. Movie Idols. Decides BY HER. NEW YORK; Nov. revolt was brewing' against Ban Johnson's dictatorial! methods in baseballhas been common gossip .on the' "inside-" for several months. The 1919 world's series scandal brought it to a head. Until that developed'there was noth: ing to crystalize sentiment. 'The revolt was bonnd to ceme. The surprising thing to me was that five of the American League clubs should remain loyal to the rotund crar. A close' friend of.'Johnson's "admitted to ine yesterday; however, that Ban conld _ not hope to hold Detroit, Philadelphia, Take Threg PerjCleveland, Washington and St. 'Louis IN HEAVY ALL-WOOL COATS These coats are big, roomy, well-tailored, wool Mackinaws, made by Canada's best makers, and we are going to sell them at 25 per cent, off while they lait Coat for Coat for r liS.OO Coat for ____ 1.25 Coat for i BERT KESTER'S M E' N S SHOP HOME OF 20TH CENTURY BRAND CLOTHING Alexandra Hotel Block On the Corner Cent, of Gross Receipts of Senior-Games'- SASKATOON, Nov. Sas- tratchewan Amateur ?Ho_chey assocla- t'loVlh meeting hehs tils mpniiDg de: elded to cent, of tho gross receipts at alf'serijor'gsiries. Arrangements lor.the senior-circuit comprising "Moose Jaw and r ed. Long dlscu the I n termed I, ed out by Dr. that that city might toBetUer for very-Ions. He Intimated that two of these cluba .were already that the reorganization jlan perfected at Chicago would final- ly vf I nJhanda: down. Shrewd MoyeVto Landls "Get .rid. of was the word passed at eastern conferences before the Chicago meet- ing was held. When Johnson TO- i. president of.- the American League for life, he thought he could nd Regnia, were compiel-. aiBrtgarfthc wishes of everybody el.e Iscusslon, was .held: over.connecteij with n.j.iehall. He did; but he able _ if this 01 i" two in there would Saskatoon'....._ ________ brought up the question whether Albert and Humbo'ldl, local executive did not believe this would be. possible. Y .....'e a shrewd 10; move In asking Judge Kenesaw Mann- tain Landls to head the neW civilian baeeball tribunal. They got public sentiment with them ever The name of Thornoson decks this He thought he could a galling craft. Venlzelos wears a steel shirt. Black- smith does the count, (Copyrighted, National of laundry work, Newspaper I Oil Compan: as beea regarded a nuiclily disposed of. i s. CANADA'S BICYCLE 1 RIDER IN BIG RACE HAS DROPPED OUT YORK, Nov. as a friend of the "peepiil." Are Valuable Johnson displayed his old tactics in threatening to sue, for the services of the players of the American League clubs which abandoned him. On paper these players are'worth millions! Four- teen alone'are valued- as Babe Riith, Carl Mars, Aaron Ward, Bob Meusel, Dob Shawkey, ROOD. CHICAGO: Eddie Collins, {75 OF 192-111 BE McGraw Plans to Shift Frankie Friseh-td.Second and Use Rapp at Third follows: NEW YORK: NEW Nov. shift in the Infield of. the New York Nationalo for neit season announced today by. Manager McGraw, previous to his departure with President Charles. A. Stoneham to Cuba for the racing sea- son. Joe Rapp, purchased from the St. Paul American Association team, will be used at third base, McGraw said, and Frank Prlsch second, whore tho Olarit manager be- lieves he will be moro valuable. Com-1 bined with. Shortslop'SBaDcroft and I First-baseman Kelly, the Infield will be the strongest he ha: had since New I York won the pennant three times In, a row, he claimed. CONTEST-AT CHICAGO Nov. Layton, St.. Louis defeated Chas. McCourt of Cleveland, 50 to 22 in 43 inning's last nlghl. Charles Morln'of. Chicago won from Alfred pcoro 50 to 3U in Cl'inn- jiigs It vas firat defeat in Iho tournamont Last nighl's re suits put JacTsson In first place in tho percentage standing, Deoro m second and Daly in third. PHONE 066 CARS OF ALL MAKES OVER. HAULED AND REPAIRED BY J. E. PALMER 322 6TH ST.- 8. Five experience with aeroplane engines. Phone 1032. WORK GUARANTEED f, I VjWJIlllO, B lO.llirUi Arthur Spencer of ..nay Schalk, Dick Kerr Canada s representative lii the sii-day I 000; Eddie Murphy, ROOO; John hike race at tho 22nr! negiment Arrn-j colilns'-J5000 ory, withdrew from the contest at 5.1S ifarrj- Hooper, H? WrM I'! r v paired of At 8 o clock with ttiQ 139th hour of "JncSi3 wf "Stuffy" Everett Scott; Players Belong to Clubs As soon as Johnson voiced his threat eminent coifrjEel declared '-that players'lelonged to the clubV not to winners when.the raco Is. (ho This f's- cer- ifinight ton.ght. The stanil- tainly a reasonable view of the Bitim- i clock ttas: Magln and "PRO" HOCKEY TEAfa PHI iln d e! ph ia is to ne represented professional, hockey league this year. The according to pre'sent piitis, will he a! six-club Pills-i burgh, Haven, Boston and Philadelphia '.'represented. We A re'Experts in Repairing and Retreading.Tires New Tires and Tubes Sold. Cecond Hand Tires LETHBRIDGE' VULCANIZING WORKS 712 3rd Avenue South E. laps; Olivier! ami' Osterritcr, 2031 ST. JOHN, M. n. Nov, 5 Dpulllcll and Mill John i 2031 miles and 7 lops, -Hill was lead- Hoss, last survivor of tha St. crew, which won two Internationa., four-oared races In 1'nrls In 1857 ThB for 129 hours is held by died here Friday. Ho was 75 years; who In :191f covered old. i ;2653 rolloa seven laps In that period. Senator De Vcber of .'this clly, a! fninous oarsman oif the maritime pro- vinces in tha early days, stales that ho know Kltjah lioss, stroke of (ho champion professional crew, well, and was for a time medical adviser of the crew which conslsled of Cleorgo Kam Jlullon, Elijah Rosa and Robert Spencer and Corry were one lap be- hind ihe loaders when tho former retired from the race thlg DUNDEEJACKSON BOUT ON TONIGHT NEW Y011K, Nov. Dnn- VANCOUVER MAY TRY LUCK IN COAST LEAGUE I SEATTLE, Nov. say whether we will break Into Iho coasl league or gald li. "nob" Urdwn, president of Vancouver of the Pacific International baseball club, wh'o was in Seattle Friday, on his way homo from tho mcttlng of the Nation- al association of minor league base- ball clubs. Brown admlltcd that ho hail been (Ice anil Wllllo Jaclison, up11 Ihe matte Address BRITTON WILL DEFEND HI3 TITLE JOB FOR JIM BARNES qulro about to make tho start, Including the cost of franchise and players, Drown cedmatOii, "Tho marked shortage of players 1 NEW Barnes, golf pro- nl, ATJ.AMTA oa i o.9 at the Hllls Brown ton S'', Wl" l8 three get will dJfnM wi next year, .lie material now as It wns seven years .Ti Jl hero to- has signed a three-year contract to ngo. This Is caused by the fact that Sled m Players were durlBg --v f ylUtf. LOWS PEL'S GGANTIC PRICE SMASHIESALE A great demonstration of values taken advan- tage of by hundreds. .Blue and Grey Worsted SUITS reduced These spletidW blue and grey suits of ccniilno Irish worateif, tailor- ed and cut .Tilth maalcrly uhlll In young IMOH'B and con serf alive etylce. Just tho unit for wenr. f'ormcrfy nn Reduced to ,545.00 Men's and .Young Men's OVER- COATS i-educed to...... You have not seen vallio like tills jn ycara. Heavj- jiaro wool overcoats, exclusively cut, with (llstlnctlvcly full lines, con- vertible collar, piped scams, satin yoke. Formerly 160.00. A OP AA UiS KEEL OF PASHlOM CRAPT CLOTHES -THE FLORSHEIM SHOE 313 FIFTH STREET.: ;