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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta "THE LETHBRID'CTE DAILY HERALD" WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1920 BRINGING UP FAliiER By tMcManus TAKE HOME-il SWEETIE: SUIT OUT A'i I'ri GOT TONK.HT AND I DON'T KNOW WHEN .I'M- BACK- Carpentier Polishes off V I to' n In 4 Rounds GEORGES CARPENTIER 1 8 TO" 1 SHOT WINS A" BIG TURF EVENT LONDON, Oct. Associated great au- t tumn race, known as the j witch, today won by Bracket. Front Line was second and Greek Scholar was third. Betting on the race Bracket 8 to 1; Front Line 100 to 9; Greek Scho- lar 75 to 1. Thirty.two honet ran. The race vaa ran at Ntwmarktt over, a of miles. COAST LEAGUE French Ace, Contender for Dempsey's Crown, Shows jersey City Crowd That He Is Suitable Champion- ship Completely Outclassed. JERSEY CITY, N. J, Oct. Georges Carpentier, the French heavyweight, made his Initial bow as a'fighter before an American tonight and knocked out Battling Levlnsky, who'held the United States light-heavyweight in se.ven seconds of the fourth round. Carpentier, who holds the light-heavyweight tHIa of Europe, is now the world's title-. holder of that division. EVrly "in 19IB, Jack Dempsey, who subsequently won the world's i heavyweight title, knocked out Levlnsky In three rounds at Phifa- i delphia. Tonight fall- ed 1o Dempseyy.tfrme tnlfin- lining Levinsky, biit" he te the 1 only one outside of (he champion who has knocked out Levinsky since the latter itcarae prominent as a fighter. Carpentier leu the fighting at almost all stages, Lev- Insky and out-punching him. The last round started with both fighters fiddling.. Then Carpen- tier drove LeyTnsky acreti. -the ring landing lefts and rights at win, finally, sending Levlnsky down .for the full count. Levinsky t was not'unccnsciouvfatit-'he' was tangled up iii'a'Corner ion. the 1 ropes while counted out. i Levlnsky weighed 175'and .Car- t pentier 170 1-2. 'RUBE" GETS THE BOOT CLEVELAND, Oct. Ebbets, president of the Brooklyn League club, said last night Marquard would never again put on a Brooklyn uniform. He said that if anybody wanted the pitcher they could hare him. Ban Johnson, president ot the American League, declared that Marquanl would not be signed by any American League club. 0; Vtsraoo Oakland 1; Salt Lake S. Los Angeles 5; Sacramento 2. Seattle 1; San 2 (10 In- Sings.) Jewish fanners In western Canada irill adopt 200 Ukrainian orphan chit dren. Herald Football Competition ENTRY FORM GAMES 16. CLOSING DATE rules and anncuncad above, and agreo (o uccopt too pub- lished decision as flual and Slgoea Address HOME TOWN PEOPLE SINK CLAWS INTO BASEBALL TRAITORS CRBE.WILLE, S. C. Oct. 12 of the Greenville baaehall club yesterday flatly f, refused to lease their ball park for an exhihltion ball game In