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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE HERALD TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5M920 BRINGING UP FATHER. ,r BytMcMamis AT HEAVEN VOOKT THE -bQOP Y (SETTER TKSN TO PUT its NO Cleveland a Favorite In Early Betting On The Opening Game FOR Quick Service Best Attention OPEN DAY AND NICHT Sign GOOD EATS SPECIALTY IN STEAKS We Alm'te.pltiit. OUR COFFEE BEST IN TOWN 5th St Avt. duBs Inleed to Use Right Hand Batters .Against {Left Handed Pitchers .XEW-YOHK: Oct. taat re- mained lp complete the psriecl sel- ling for the first game of the 1920 Cleveland Favored In (jetting While Cleveland ruled a slight fa- vorife in little betting was an- nounced, that fact did not shake the confidence of Manager Kobiuson and the Brooklyn players. They were prepared to go through the series fightins from start to finish and felt that the apparent halting advantage grid's series between BrooUyn of [possessed by Cleveland awarding to the Natioiual League Clevclana.oT j records of the season'a Manager Tris Sp'saker of tiie Cleveland, team, due to arrive f-iirly ioaay, planned to go to here as well as their supporters, argued that the Indians, were .not called upon American League season 'the Indians felt that they he yesterday, Brooklyn at Ebbets yield At some disadvantage because of their unfareiliaritv with the playing field; but hoped to overcome this to some ox lent txrtwesn fbeir arrival ana game time. The American pions -mil have no actual practice on tha begin their warming-up" 'iifactice .for' the game as" the diamond has beefi? put in'first class shape and, it planned to keep It so until :play ac- -lually flatted. There were a great many'uls- the Indians at tho' Cleveland park. Tuday it vvas announced from both camps that all the men are phy- sically fit and prepared 'to play their jbest-for baseball's highest honor. .The (only of an advantage In lies in the fact that while players spent last night this city, the .Superbas ''sripif. Hobinspn has had jno wor- to 'ki3.7llrieirp team Svasfvrcpareu to itate as it appointed fajs in Brooklyn tffda'y 'Ant feas'.phyert through the greater part the fari that they aanuiSrnriiak- ,get tickets aeo'one or raora ofpihi ganis. unre'served 'seats in the field, 'anil .put on. Jerday trie box office breMed 'There was a large crowd on hand that husy.all day. There few tickets left wbra the cluh officials decided that those in charge .of llie -sale ha'd done a day's wort .Trjese Tyere placed on sale at eight o'clock this morning, together with Tew Teserred seats that had not been called for hjr the apnlicants. The unsold tickets prored insnrficieiit to Some of. tie fans' expressed Ihelr determination to wart all night- In order to be at the head of the Une today, but tho cold, driziling rain shortly before morning had a chilling effect anil by 2 o'clock this mon-ing only "four bitter-enders" were in lino for bleacher L Haaded by Frank Broftn, a yonlh who came, from Philadelphli to wit- ness tho games, the faithful .quartette curled up In their brenioata on the cold, damp pavement and tor the morning eun to warm tbeia- to the occasion. PHONE Site or. it was a "different supposition, since a majority of .his Tegular play- are le-ft-h'stid bitten) and' the leader.made-no secret of hts :io''u3o'a opening game. Manager Speaker has not definitely decided how he would meet the situa- tion. It was, re-ported tod he was considerlnjrjusingj his hitters in" tlie'event' starled a left-hand tb'at ''Brooklyn pitcher. This FAMOUS BEFORE GRAND JURY Marquard, Idol '.1 -.1 Be On The Mound 410 FIFTH STREET ootball Competition would mean Joe Wood and possibly Evans1 Irs the'outfielfl with Speak- 'er himself, and possibly