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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE snt DAILY HERALD ByG. McManus BRINGING UP FATHER TOOK MORE THAM A YARD' OP LADWCLOvE-Kow t fiEMlMBEt? CLOTH TO MAKE A DREMs IN TWCM TO THE OWNER" "I Of THVT MONDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1920 j A A- A CHANGE IN 'CHAMPIONS OF SCHOOLS ANNOUNCED Miss D. Sandrjuist has been ileclBled champion in the school games in place of Miss M. Higinbolham and there is championship tie between L'rsenbach and A. Class and N. Geaghegau. Boys' Want To Go After Pi-ovin- cial Conors Again This Year Stead WitK Them j Tonight basketball enthusiasts arc requested to attend an organization '-meeting at the Y.M.C-A. at S o'clock., plans "on having Just as ;-Jod, it not a better basketball team than the one'vrhlch cama 'within ati aco of winning the provincial cham- pionship last.yexr. Tonight will jive all players a chance to get darted Mr; Stead TrUl la with the boys year. That Is the best baskelbfll news bas had fora long time. Mr. Stead needs good support fo don't forget the Inectinj tonight. f BASEBALL Major Minors Results and x League Standings. I AMERICAN-LEAGUE Team Standings. Cleveland Chicago New York SL idula WashiaEfon Detroit Philadelphia Won Lost 9S B6 6S 55 85 IS 72 63 Gl 4S SI st 95 10 G Pel .630 .623 .610 .497 .471 .390 .012 RAY.AND VARDON WON NEW YORK, Oct. Vardon and .Ted Hay returned to the'metro- politan district yesterday and nefeat- .cd the Scaridale club professional and Dan Mackle, Century .club, seven up. Ray made the rhorn ing ronnd in 71 and tie alter noon round In, Herald Football Competition GAMES PLAYED OCTOBER 9th. CLOSING DATE, OCTOBER 8lh. MIDNIGHT First Division Arsenal vs Bolton. Villa vs. Preston. Spurs vs. Chelsta. vs. Everfon. Second Division Fuiham'vs. Cardiff. Stoke Notts County. South Shields vs. Sheffield Wednesday vs. LeetJs. Third Division Liu ton vs. Grirnsby. Merthyr vs. Watford. Newport vs. Brentford. Plymouth vs, Swindon, I enter the Herald Football Oom- netltlon in accordance with the oad conditions announced above, and agree to accept the pub- lished decision as final and legally binding. Signed'. Address Athletics Win Last Game WASHINGTON, Oct. the final game of the season from Washington S to 6. Score: H. H. B. hilailslphla S 1 '1 Washington G 16 .'4 Hasty and Hyatt; Shlrey and Ghar- rity. St. Louis Wins ST. LOUIS, Oct. Lonls and Chicago rounded out the schedule for the 1920 Eeason today with a free hit- ting 'contest, which, the Browns took 1G to 7. Chicago 7 11 2 St. Louis ie IS Keefe, Payne, Wilkinson -and 5chnlk; -Richmond, Sisler nnd Collins. Detroit Beats Cleveland DETROIT, Oct. clos- ed tho season here today by losing to Detroit S to 5. Score: R. H. E. Cleveland............. 5 .7 1 Detroit (5 15 0 Morton, Uhle, Clark and Nunamak- er; Conkwrlcht, Dogart and JJanion. FOR Quick Service Best Attention TRY The Silver Grill OPEN DAY AND NIGHT I Sign GOOD EATS 1 SPECIALTY IN STEAKS We Aim to Pleitt OUR COFFEE BEST IN TOWN Mh St.and 4th. Ave. Herald, As Usual Will Cover World's Series Completely The World Series Bascbrl! commences tomorrow. The Herald as usual will publish a complete running account of the contests, In which thousands throughout fie country are so keenly interest- ed. On each day the Herald will publish the result In its last edit- ion, with box score, and all de- tails of the game. SIRBARTONTORACEATKEiLWORTH today, the visitors winning 4 to 1. I'himdelphia 4 13 2 Now i'ork 1 4 2 Smith, and Wheat; Grubbs, Perritt and Gastou. Pirates Win CHICAGO. Oct. National league season closed here today with 3 victory for Fitttburg by 4 to 3 over Chicago. Plttsburs 4 7 1 Chicago 3 H 3 Carlson and Lee; Tyler and OTar- rell. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Indianapolis 0-3; Kasas City 4-2. Louisville 15-9; Milwaukee. 4-4. Columbus 4-5; St. Paul 14-4. (tfo others PACIFIC COAST San Francisco G; Vernon 3. Portland S-fl; Seattle 43. Loa Angeles 10; Oakland 3. Salt-Lake 6; Sacramento 11. VANCOUVER LACROSSE CHAMPS NATIONAL U'AGUE Team Standings. Brooklyn...... New York Cincinnati Filtsburg Chicago....... St. Ixinls Boston Philadelphia Won. Lost. Pet. Sf. 73 75 02 G2 61 CS 71 75 70 7fl 50 .613 .487 .4S7 .403 .407 Brooklyn In tOth BROOKLYN. Oct. closed its season here with a 10-iiinIng victory over Boston 6 to 4. Score: R. li. B. Boston ___, 4 n 21 Brooklyn a o 0; I'eirrottl and O'Nell; Miljus, Mo-j hart and Taylor. i New Wcslminsfer Won Final Game. But Could Not Overcome Lead VANCOUVER, Oct. Fighting hard to overcome tho large handicap which separated them from the Jlinto cup, New Westminster Saturday af- ternoon won the final lacrosse game of thD season from Vancouver 4 to 1, but the margin of victory is insulilclent to hold the silverware. The world's lacrosse championship passed to Van- couver 13 goals to 11 on the scries. A record-breaking crowd witnessed the game. New Westminster played bril- Sir Barton; chestnut colt, owned by J. K. L. Iloss ot Montreal, who will race Mon-o'-War at Kenilworth race track on October 32. Sir Barton will carry 12S pounds' uade'r tho weight for scale age. CAL1IES WIN EDMONTON GAME Northern Chamriioris Go D.own 1 io 0 In'B'eniie'tt' Shield EDMONTON, the first home and home game for the provincial soccer champion- ship, the Calgary Callles defeated the Edmonton Veterans by the score of 1 to 0. -The game was hard fought throughout; The last gamp will be played at Calgary next Saturday. A paper company planning to use' 39 caterpillar-style tractors hauling logs in Maine woods uoit winter figure they ivlll do the of SOO horses. BEST AVER AGE WTTHtHEBAT NEW YORK, Oct. comparison ot the offensive strength of the con tending, teams in the world series, based upon unofficial records of the season's'work, indicates that Brook lyn will .enter the' big gimea at a Blight disadvantage wtien'.'compared With Cleveland, assuming that the two championship teams in their re spcctlve league faced opposition thai was approximately egual, The Indiana as a teani hare accumulated a batting average of .303 for the thafof the Superbas Is .279. Taking the regular players who are likely to appear in the world series) the unof ficial records show that the Cleveland inpold has a hatting average of vrhite the Inner defense of Brooklyn 1ms batted In tho aggregate for .284 The Cleveland outfielders, as a com- Clncy Loses 1 CINCINNATI, Oct. closed their feason here today by be- ing defeated by St. Louis 6 to 3. Score: R. H. E.j St, Louis.............. 6 17 41 Cincinnati............ 3 S 0' North, 'Shcrdel nnd Dllhoo'cr; Swartz ana Wlngo. Giants Lose Last NEW YORK, Oct. and New York closed the season here Herald Football Competition Week' ending Oct. close midnight Oct. 8 governing the competition are as follows: I. The competition will be called Tho Herald Football Competition. S, will bo.entitled to is many entries as they desire, pro- vided entry ia accompanied by twenty-five cents, and coupons to Ibo Dumber cf entries. 3. must cross out too names of tho clubs they think ffiii and cross out tho Dames of }oth If they consider a draw will re- sult, 4. Coupons cin only be secured Irom thrj nportfng page of Tho ]icr- lld. 5. AH monies received jvlil be re- turned In prlzesv The amount and numbers of prizes will be published svery Monday? inoralng for that week's games. Results ot comixsti- lloas will be published every Wed- nesday nnd cheques to succcasful competitors will be mailed Immed- iately on receipt of confirmation by the Athletic 0. All entries must lie posted or delivered to The Herald mid- night on Kridays. A Krfilay noRt- uiark fruin iioints ouleide of tbo city of will be concldored as containing a legitimate entry. T. The 113mo and address of tho tompetilor must Ic clearly marked sn cacti coupon. 9. Stamps must not be nssd for entries. 10. .All entries be address- ed to '.he Editor. Football Competi- tion, Herald, Lethbridse. 1J. The Sporting Kdllor'6 decis- ion will bo final, 12. Employees of The Herald are barrtd from tho competition. MORE TRUTH THAN POETRY A DREAM'OF PARADISE liy Si. B. KISEH. In heaven, II can have my 'way, i'll sit .at a desk, In MI easy Anil certain mun come every day For tho pnrjiosc oj trying to there. A lovely maiden will come to me And work In r.ilcnce while I dictate, Smoking a sootl cigar, am! sljo Will have tho idea thai I am great. Anil out In thny shall (Tho men in whoae I have while Hie wearisome moments Hit be left to and twirl Ilia hal; .Tlio pompous ones for whom often I Havrv around for an hour or two Khali wall nntl fitiget and wonder why Tiic guards at tho (lodr won't let them through. And, of their .fmpalicnco there, I'll let them linger, and niako pretense Of having on hnnil fome big affair. Or temg engaged in a Then, having summoned them, ono by ore, I'll treat them as if they wcro common rtirl, Telling them iihrays, "It can't ho No mutter how badly they may lie hurt. I shall not apply for a crown, find wings When I reach heaven, but for tlio things That here are specified, .big and small. vl snail want them, office, and girl, anil all; And, unless in heaven such things may be. No heaven I reach can be heaven for me. A PLACID SOUL He never held to dark resentment Or grumbled Badly at his lot; He chmg In Winter (0 contentment, And smiled on when the days were hot. Ho never sal around regretting The hard knocks handed Mm by Fate; lie let his wifo clo all the fretting, WhIJo earning what ho wore nnil ate. CHARACTER CLOTHING When it cornea to quiet, gentlemanly clothes for pro- fessional and business men, ?0th; Century Brand gar- fnente are always first.choice are showing a won- derful range. BERT K ESTER'S MEN'S SHOP HOME OF 20TH CENTURY BRAND CLOTHING ALEXANDER HOTEL.BLOCK ON THEiCORNER blnatlOD, have hatled for .328 and'the Brooklyn fly chasers for .304. f-. DEFEATED CANADIAN GOLF CHAMPION XEW YORK, Oct. of the Interest in the world's series, the flrst game of which will be played In Brooklyn tomorroir, was the .an- nouncement today .by the Brooklyn management that tho.dsmaiu! for scats baa far exceeded the capacity of the field. Thousauds ot applications and the accompanying checks will be returned by the clnb, it Wag said. The demand "has been greater than that four years ago when Brooklyn won the National league pennant. The Influx of ont of town fans has commenced, beaded" baseball writ- ers from all overthe country. Ground- keepers at Ebbet'B Held were busy today putting tlie diamond in first- class shape. Brooklyn planned a work- out this morning: The Cleveland team is not due here until tomorrow morning. CONTROLLING BOXING IN ONTARIO TOHOXTO, Oct.' profession- al'boxing'and wrestling cqntes'tn in Ontario In future must receive sanc- tion of the Ontario Bqxlng'arid. Ath- letic coromlsEionALicansea will not be granted vrhcro tho sentiment of the people is .opposed to" professional boxing. Michigan's sbare of the receipts from boxing nhows is devoted to the purchase of isdhool equipment. Oct. 4.-Fnmlshing' the surprise at" the .annual home and uome match between Royal Montreal and Kanawaki defeated ;C: B. Qrief, Canadian champ- ion, over the Dixie course on Saturday. In the feature-game; at 'Kanawakf, .0. H: Turpin of Royal Montreal, and W. McIiUckle of- Kaoawaki, halved their game. Another, interesting game between D. M, Hutcbliison arid C. B. Henry. was also ha'ved. Tho match was won hy the" members of the. Mont, real uluh by a grand total bl 39 to IS, three of the games belag halved. PHONE 666 410 FIFTH STREET K-W Service Station SerrlM Station fjr the taaou E-W Magnetos. All makei ot magnetos, generatorB, colli re- paired. Full stock of repair parts car- rtcd. All work j MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Hedric Co. 818 4th Avenue South PHONE 731 OVERCOATS More than favorably comparable with coats priced ten to fifteen dollars higher. -These sterling coats at are splendidly tailored. All in good heavy-weight wool, thoroughly de- pendable. Loose-fitting, full-skirted1 Raglans and young men's form-fit- ting, double-breasted .skeleton-lined coats. Big double-breasted, full-lin- 6d Ulstera; too. Dressy men will ap- preciate the rich subdued patterns and the distinctive lines. Price Othen at to _ j LOUIS KEEL SHOP OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHEr' and THE KLO'RSHEIM SHOE OLIVER BLOCK, FIFTH STREET ;