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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta I PAGE SIX BRINGING UP FATHER THE SATURDAY, OCTOBER By G. McManus lAllEGESlK MASTER CHICAGO. Oct. Cook eoun-1 Reports' received today'Tiy officials ty grand Jury, which has been con dnctlnj the iaveitifatloti. the al- leged "Siiae" the 1BJ9 world's series, Is a special body to continue. its search of baseball his- tory fur evidence of crookedness. The vegnlar sessions of the grand iverc completed yesterday. jury There be no session today. Testimony will be resumed Monday, however, anil on Tuesday J. from New York said that John J. FOR Tlie Silver Grill OPEN CAY AND NIGHT Sign GOOD EATS SPECIALTY IN STEAKS We Aim to Please OUR COFFEE BEST IN TOWN 6th' St and 4th Avt. idlng a do-able header 5 to 4 and 10 to 3. while Chicago was losing-a single game to St. Louis to- day, irieveland and Chicago each have tiro game's tojplay and should the 'Indians lose, while' Chicago wins two, a tie wonld result. First game 11 innings Cleveland........... 4 7 3 Detroit 11 0 Malls, Bagty.and O'Neill; Ehmke "Sport" Sullivan, mentioned in thelana JIanlon. grand jury testimony hero, declaredj second game: there really was a "great big n-asler i Cleveland behind the deal which Involv-1 Detroit sd the payment of money to While. Soi players to "throw" the 1919 world's Aeries, ''Within the neit 4S hours I will be on my way to Chicago and when 1 get i IJ. H. B. 10 15 3 3 10 4 Caldwell and O'N'eill; Avers, Banm- garten and Alnsmlth. ST. White Sox 'Lose Oct. St. Louis WESTMINSTER SEOOl GETS SlOOL SBRT CHAMPIONSHIP of tlie New York Giants, oWclals the irhole inside story Toney, Giant pitcher, and Bennyjot the'frame i Kaiilf, former outfielder of the giving i York club will take the stand to con-j who Sav3 ho tanaiea SDT. nierman Hal Chase and Lee "expected National league players who are al-' lesed to have conspired to -brow ball tame1; during the 1910 season. Kaufl attd Toney, it is understood. will testify, thai Zimmerman.-offered them and respectively to tbjoxs a game, 'flier VW LMJ uuu iiuvu l 6VV m i J X O t 1 t there 1 wUI tell the erand jury or fcatei3 s -to 6. today aad sent mere. i. wm (eii [ne grana jury or aj_y. ..-.ma fn the visitors another half to the Sullivan ,s nuoted _ _ SL Lonis............. 8 12 1 Fahcr. Hodge, Keifer and Schalk; Davis and' Severcld. Recruit Pitchers Easy PHILADELPHIA, Oct. ington hit two Philadelphia Tccruit pitchers bard today winning 13 -to 3. Tuesday. "They have made rue th'j goal, auu I'm cot going to stand for he added. I know the whole history of Ihe deal from beginning to end. I know The grani Jnry will investigate re-- of dlshonestr in. baseballiStrc-t- rtUEg back through more than a dn- cadc. accordlug to Sisto's rAttorcey JfacLay Hoyne. ,1, ''L V :-t present1 investigation, it was said, was hastening a plan which has bd'sn nnder discussion for some time aiiiong sporting authorities and others the control of the game under a "national .tribunal, composed of men -prominent in the United States not iiow connected with baseball, rather rthan to have it controlled by private Infertisls.' 'already baseball men are conjecttir- inj the persoMiel ot the tribunal. Sacli i ames as Gene'ral Pershing, Wm H_Taft, Judge Landls and rr dPULrdi Lccmird Wood nic-u- tioued, thr.t none of these men had been approach- ed the, big man whose money it was that paid 6'rf'th'e Sbx players I'm go- ing to" name him." BASEBALL Major Minors Results and -'League i Philadelphia.......... Zachary and Gharrity; Shaimer and Walker. (Ko others 1? 19 3 10 UeimSch, A great surprise Qivcn the, other schools of the city on day when It known had .captured most of .the points In the bis field meet and by dol.nj to were champions of the big EjMrts. Mr. Eruce, .the his teachers, worked hard for the honors, and although the bthtr schools did not carry away the prize were, nevertheless, glad to s see Westminster ijcboo! wtn. M The individual championships are won by the following: High School boys, Mor- rison., V Hlgh'School boys, intermediate Ahrens. V High School boys, Hlgh'Sohoel Girls, o. wiison, High School girls. Intermediate M. Hlginhitham. 'Hteh School girts, F. Miles. Public Sthool boys, A R. Ursenbaeh Public School boys, B eta J. Randall Public School C class- Johnson Public School boys, D cla J. Schlelfcr Public School girli, A M. Porter Public School girls, B D. Roberts Public School, girls, C C. Ferrier Public School girls, D Roberts, AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Louisville 6; Milwaukee 1C. (All others postponed, rain.) PACIF1CCOA3T, Los Angeles 4; Oakland 14.. San Francisco 3; Vemoti 0. Salt Lake 2; .Sacramento 1. Portland Seattle, rain. Herald Football Competition .GAMES PLAYED OCTOBER Cth. CLOSING DATE, OCTOBER 8th. MIDNIGHT' First DM lion Arsenal vs Bolton. Villa vs. Prasion. Spurs vi. Chelna. HuMerafleld vs. Everton. Second Fulham vs. Cardiff. Stokt vs. Notts Ccunty. South Shields vs. Coventry. Sheffield Wednesday vt, Leedi. Third Division Luton vs. Grrmsby. Merthyr vs. Watford. Newport vs. Brentford, f Plymouth vs. Swindon. 1 enter tne Herald Football Com- petition In accordance .with the rules and conditions announced 'above, and Agree to accept tlie pub- lished decision ni final and legally binding. Signed Address NATIQNAL'IJIAQUR: Won. Lost. Pet Di-ooilyi! 01 01 .599 80 C6 .565 Cincinaafi SO 63 .337 itlsburs 57 13 .513 ChicasS 74 77 .490 SL Loals 72 ,80 ,474 Boston 61 SS .403 Philadelphia..... 61 S3 .407 CHICAGO, Oct. tho close NO EVIDENCE OF PLAN TO FIX 1920 SERIES NEW YORK, Oct. trict Attorney Lewis ot King's county, today issued a state- ment in which he declared'in- vestigation by his office had failed to disclose any plan to 1920 world's series. "My Investigations have not disclosed a single suspicion that there has bean any at-, tempt to 'fix'' the coming ser- '.Divide.Double Header SEASON ILL OPENSOG On Monday night, October meeting will be held at the Y. M. C. A. of all those interqsteii In the _ _ 1 big winter discuss the- ..NEW'YORK. York' doming A.'grsitfl and Brooklyn divided a double header here today, Ihe score in each case bo- ng 4 to 3. Brooklyn............ 4 3 '0 New York Z 10 2 P.'effer, LMammaus' and Kmeger; Douglas and Smith. Second Game Brooklyn............. 352 New York........... 4 j ;9 1 SmltD, Cadore and Miller; Toney, Barnes and.Gaston. -fc Alex. Wind Long Game .vu. of the major league season said Mr. .Lewis, In his .George' Sisler, star first "baseman1 of Btatcment eioneratlng all mem- seem to be certain ofthn.liiO battins championship, of their Respective'lea- the season.with a record of B4 home runs. Slsler, according to'' averages 'com- piled today, Is safely'ln front in the A'mtlrlcan-League with'-an avera'gCrOf .405'with Trls Speak'e'f of Clivelana second with .337. Joe Jackson, the suspended ChlcagoafeyiB _third with .382, und Huth, Ung, .fourth, with .375. 'The averages.In 'rnahy 'new had some to''' get Jnto the So here's your chance, to' meeting and give It a good start. By all appearances there Is go- ing to be a big season for Leth- bridge this year. EXPECT TO ME6T TONIGHT CLEVELAND, Oct. Leon CHICAGO. Oct. Alexander lightweight'champiori, and Jack pitching steady hall Chicago1 won a Brilton, holder of the welterweight 17-innlng game from St. Lonlp today i title, will make another atlempt to gel 3 to 3. St. Lonis-----. Chicago .j....... Halnes and Dllhoefer; f and Philadelphia-Boston, rain. CincinnaU-PIttsburg, rain. elude games .pf, WedneEday] In average York ia'inr.lhird p.l Housch-of. Sc-Cwfth witfij.339. together In the ring for thelr'echedul- 2 is 1 "bout at'the American! 3 10 Sj.Lcasue park here tonight. Leonard ex- pects to enter the ring weighing 13G i pounds and Britton about 146. NEW 'BODY FOR BASEBALL CHICAGO. Oct. Plans for a new governingf.body -to re- place the national commission v now in control the major baseball leagues' were outlined