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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE IJAILY HERAt-D; BRINGING UP FATHER 'TUESDAY; ByG. McManus I HEU.O.-lVTHI'i' THE HARD WARE. FOR I Best Attention TRY _ The Silver GriD OPEN DAY AND NIGHT j Sign GOOD EATS SPECIALTY IN STEAKS We Aim to OUR COFFEE BEST IN TOWN St. CHAMPIONSHIPS IN FIELD DAY; LOTS OF COMPETllON High School Produced Splendid Athletes on Thanksgiving and Medicine. Ha} Fought.Hard in Each Weather Did Not Force Pwtpone- ment of When the results were compiled Imst night of the inter-scholastic field, day .yegtgrday afternoon it was male 'jffidect that In the ranks of, Leth- bridge's high school ire'some prom- iaent and-promising athletes. .The high school-athletes 7111 need wUch- and great things can he dsYelop- care. Two championships were-won yes- terday by the local high, knd girls. The girls, brought home ito championship for their- school hi Southern Alberta and. 'junior and senior brought in .the cham- pionship for the boys. True the day Suti TTonld expect a field be, held nsTerlheless entire, eirenls Tras gone tbrm.fh with. The lonjt.dis- lan'ce.runs were condacted'on the ctn- dcr path of the R C.' JI. P.-pbiihds, of the Jumps in the Afield'be- tween tha Y M C A .the Misonic Hall and the of the events pa the gym. floor of the T. The flnest p( spirit Metalled and appeared to Raymond 3. Larsen 1 S.'B. .Tomp 31rls ir; lit.7 It... iris sr: 1st HB... 100 let-10H- Hv.B. Jump sr: lit' ISft. Joys jr: Us throw'1 BadiWeathtr Has Indeed a nastyjdivs.outside '.for- evenis but those who were present to contest ihom with a good dpirit; 'The Medi- cine Hat representatives aad the Ray mond boys and' girls did .not allow Lethbridge to get the two champion- a fight and .from, yes- terday's affair it is expected an annual inter scholastic field day'will'develop lhatjwill the.big sporting -ufenl ol .When the Lethhridge .high school has "Euch athletes asT Wide: Ridpath, x wTip'jumped eighteen feet in the run- ning: broad jump without extending .himself to bis capacity and..such as aoorgo -Tonne, who cleared -.five feet five Inches In the high Jump, one can readily see that great possibilities are there In Lawrence Hill, .George Young has a' dangerous for tho in young-Geiger. the high? school -can be proud. Lethbrldge's grand .lotaV .was .217 MedlcinS ann Raymond's 48. That was for .tic school championship. -Iu tha boys' af- fair Ihe total for' Kethbrfdgo was 121, for Hat 55, and for Raymond 25 Medicine Hat was mot represent, ed by, any girls and for that reason .was handicapped In the school event. hard to giTE-Lethbridge a run In the- bovs championship.' Splendid Spirit the, leather the entire day, although wai as :bad for irpch'-an affair as pOMible, no grumbling Herald Football! Competition ENTRY FORM f r .GAMes 23 MIDNIGHT First Dlvljlor. Villa Sheffield Newcastle vs. Bradford. Spurs vs. Burnley. Hu.dJersfletd Second Division Blackpool West Ham, Sury vs. Notts Forert. Hull Leeds. '-i Stokt vi. Coventry. Third-Division Reading vo. Palace. Southampton vs. Brentford, Sauihend vs. Norlhamplon. Swantea vt.. Queen's Pzrk. I enter the HciaM.l'ootuill Coir.', petlilon In .'Mcardanco with the -fiiies and conditions, .announced above, and agreo td.Accept iho onb- liahcd decision as [mil and ic-allr bindlnff. Signed Address meeUng will be.htld, H Is .planned, when, arrangements, made to form an annual flbld day'for the rfgh schools of southern -Alberts. That is the Echomo outlined-bj; "Mr.-'fPetley, boys work secretary of the Y. M. C. A. visiting bays and Birls'Were en- tertained at a luncheon In-the Y. M. 0. A., by the Glrls'Athletlc Aeso'ciatlon M. Ilolmes 1. Jeffrey 1. SOTS 9n_l5t'9'.iiiin W. Chrlslenseo :S: H. 251' 100. D. ETeeoni. Baseball'tiirow. M. Holmes 1. R, High'.Juiup M. Holmes 5. 3'. 'R.'HIgti-Jtenp'1 GIrh, BTi'.ls't: 4' W. Stone 1. S. Broad Jump Evewm 3. R. Broad Jump M. Holmes Girls sr: ist: 10'. II1'. R. Broad: Jump Vance 1. Glrls'ir: 1st Baseball throw- Weaver 1.. Baseball throw. Pole'.Vault jr.- Wild Shot'put Boys jr: let 29'..... Wild 5. 230 -bub Boys'sr. Boya.jr. Wild IVi. Girls 'Relay Sr. Raymond 3. 440 Dash .oys'sr." Vance 1. Girls Relay-jr; Raymond Pole 'Vault Jr...... Sfmomla 5. SSO..Yards -sr.-..... Relay, race jr.: hoye) Raymond iV... Reliyl'boys Banning High Jump: 1st: 5' 4'! High Jump Jr. 1st Hop, step in'd lsC34'-.. R, H. H, Jump 'Vance 1. JIc-Eachrta 1, 1st-. 'iahot'pnt; 1st 36' S. B. .lump, jr: Ht 7' R, Broad Jump Jrj' Vance 1. Wearer S. Lethbridge I. Wilson 5. M: Scott 3. I. Wilson S'. M. Scblt CToiing 5. W. Ridpath 0. Young K. .Crozler 5. A. 'Ahrena 3, Si. Scott 5. P. Miles 3. 1 il. Morrison 3 Vv. Ridpath o 0. -Yoiing P. Miles 5. K. Scott 5. 1. Wilson 5 M. Scott 3. I. Wilson 3. M. Scott 1. P. Ta-lor E.-Scott 3. F. Miles -i I Scd It J 3r.Si.-ott 5. I. -Wilson I P. Miles J B. Scott 3 Ahrens 3. Ridpath 5. Green 3 L Hill 5 W. .nidpath J. Crozier'6. Gregie 1. Gregia Jlldpath 1. C. Young 5, Crozler ij. Abrens 3. Scott 5. Young 3. Loth. E. Ahrfins _ Oeigie 1. Green 3. Hamilton 3 Lethbridge 15J Lcthbrldge 3. G. Young Hill 3. A. Ahrens r> Mdpath 5. Abrens 3. Hldpath 5. Morrison' 3 Oeiger Ahrens 1. Geiger C. Ahrecs 3. f' i ui" Hat Stewart 1'. 1 A'. McEach'rea 1. McEa bren McEachren 1. FRAGMEKTS DEFEAT CALLIES IN HOLIDAY AnRAOlON U McKenzte'5. hreu MeEichren, 3. Stewart. 1. McEachren'-'U4. Guntner 5 Gunlher 6. Medicine Hal Mefliclno Hat 5. Stewart 1, Crawford Etewart McKenzie 1. Win Over 'Opponents 2 lo Heavy Ground Spoils Good Mid- way Through Second Half on Account or Rain. V Conlrary' all the holiday flrtnfe, Fragmen'.s vs. CnllieB, which had been arranged somo'ire'eki' was despite Ihe very Inclement .wealhcr.J There was only a'mere' handful-of spectators th'e''same; but those, that braved the elements were treated to a faVbrand.of football. The flzlure had been'arranged for Iho benefit of Jnjured players, and ho doubt wllHlin- Ish this branch of'sport for this season! Thu Fraginerits'were returned winners' by 2-0, tiothjoints being scored' in each half. The S'ragmenlsi.'irqn the toss.'and defended the hprlh goal. Tho Callle'j pressed -at' and "BaldV1.'. Earl came mighty close to onening'the score for. he hroki IKroogh- and tested--'Webb Tjth grounder. -C1 other end did well-to "scorcher" 'from Mcllvena, going in. the right .direction.'for counter. Biily Whyle pulled up Allin nicely whan that making tracks for goal. Jackson also handled a shot from Da vies In good, style. ing goal tn the "Jleds" came foot of Knqi, ;whp. gathered-'a{ nice' center from ;ftfcllyena.and piac'odfit in" net of reach of.jacisdn. This reverse.'ipurreii and called on tWebb Iq prove Jock Tennant also came closet-when he headed over ,the bar from 'cen.tra by McLnckie. Halt-time. the score 1-0 in'favor of the'Fras- merits, of the Mary Higinboiham Is president- atod-' AJi'ild Crawford Is secretary of ization. Following the. .basketball games a social evening.was sppfat'in the auditorium of Central-sebobl-tin- der the auspices Qf tho'Iiltcrary-So'c- lety of the high school! Mary. Ostlund as president had a great'deal :to do with the arrangements! V Assistance has been letic secretary ol the high scKbdl by Messrs. Crawford- arid Ixjhsberry, teachers in tho school. right on tho job ycsterday'sivlng-evei-y assistance possible to help -'gcf .thR events over with. arp'on thu eseculive of Ibe Athletic. Society o[ the school.In an advisory capacity.-To George McKillbp; physical director of the school, and foremost Lethbridge athlete, many gave for the manner in which'ho arranged the field day and for the" results of his training among -the pupils. The -Winners''.'' In (he following list of results the number "6" means the contestant ob- tained first position and for that re- ceived flvo polntB. The: number "3" represents second place and.the cor- ronnomliag number of points ".and "I" Is for third position, the number's' nl- ways denoting the number 6f points awarded.. over and h'elther team bad any advantage at :he commencement. The ball was get- heavy, atd the players seem- sd to have difficulty in controlling the leather.- About ten minutes after the of the second half Mc- jlveua dropped another perfect centre across and lad no difficully iu placing-the hall In the uet for No.-3 counter. A good centre and a good goal. Jackson was no doubt feeling the cold he'wee'n the sticks, and went out'oa the field of Blay_to vfarm iip a. little. .Easton took Us'place'and was soon called upon to sather a shot.from "Hammy" Llnuing. about this period "WAS coming dqwn tpretty hard, and .the. spectators were .beginning, to. leave tha field, so Ihe 'Very wisely" called .the .the Fragments 'being returned v' :-ThQ'jteanis l.ined up as follows: Fragments .Webb W.'Anderson 'Punlop Davie's Firlh Knoi' Allan MpHjena--. Davidson .0 '.Wliltefleld McCIeery McLuckic B. Earl .Clark Vfliyte ..A. Teunani Eatlon. 'jack'son'' CallieV Mobrei NOTES doubt, favored with fine weather the game would.have been a good one, andithn-injurftd njayRrs would Imve benefilted'by.a go'od'gate. Good foot- hall .ijas put of he question, the ball being-heavy, arid the ground grcnsy. The elevens vrere fairly well matched. There were several .notable players ab.serit from the Reds' line-up, and BlllyLinning was in a new position for him, taking care of the lino. No individual deserves special mention, although we might to the good work.ot Davidson and Davies at centre forward and centre half respectively. have had a most suc- cessful season, and Iheiwin ot yester- day was a TThe Callies bad tho 'asslslance at several players frbni Ihe other elevenn .igd-'in the forward lino hadla strong wing hi "naldy" Earl and McLucUlo. Two, old. Callie players in the person's of Junk Tennant and Blly Wliyte also out again, and proved conclusive- ly that their days ot usefulness on the Socce'r Hold ara not yet over by any means. Jackson was In a new role YOU HAVE NO TIME to waste .inspecting clothing that does: not hold attrac- tions for you.; Our range 'of -Men's Suits doss we can 6h'6w you the" utmost In value worth 'whllo seeing. UP K ESER'S S H Q- P _ CEKTUEY Alexandra Hotel Block On the Corner for him although he could not bln'nied 'for the shots that beat1 iinv'hlsVrlgtit. place Is In the forwaVH; Hnp., is an- other player who ias-' been' assisting the and in.good company would heedVsoroo watching. SEND MAN O! WAR TO 'ENGLAND ASCOT GOfcO CUP Vic- tory racejibrse, Mar o' War, Barton In their match here may result in a ch'angc of plans for the future of the great coll. Samuel D. Riddle, his. owner, nsd-.deterrnlned to-re- tire theiion.qf_Fiairplay to the stud, following ra'cc, rbut a' proposal I to send.tyan o'.VVar'to England lo run next year lir the'Ascot Gold Cup. There'; sentiment among and family In favor of seeding the horse abroad. The night before the the subject was dis- cussed by the Riddle party and a straw vote'taken. Mr. and Mrs. William .Jeffords and others p'res- snl were for sending Man o' War to Only.-Mr. "Riddle and his brother we re opposed to it. Since then pressure has-been brought to bear on the owner, and he is now seriously coritlderjn'g'the' matter. The Ascot Gold Cup is a race of two miles and a quarter, at weight for age, and is one'of'the classics of the English turf. It is regarded by breeders as one .of the most Important-races of the year, and the winner 1s certain to gain'world prestige. MILL COMPETE WITH CANADIAN. FISHING BOAT. GLOUCESTER, Oct. The Bshlng schooner' Esperanto, crack boat of the fleet sailing out of this port a'decado. today as the vessel that will represent United States fishbrine'rr- iu Jlhe. chal- lenge race with fee Nova rScotlau schooner, Delawanna, -of the Canadian-fleet. VALUABLE RACE "HORSES REACH UNITED STATES NEW CORK, Oct lS--SiTjhoroilB.T bred race horses, with an estimated value of 4500.000, arrived .hero last uiglit from England on the 'steamer Michigan. Among tho lot are Princo Palatine, the famous Jioruo bought by. Edward Sims-for and Nasbuviaa, uoieu Giaiiion, owned by John Sanford. putting the best hs or abb'had into hsr efforts. This remarked "upon several limes and this condition was considered-a forerunner of SIICCC.M in the formation "of an a-jnual field day. 'When the teachers convention con- venes in in Kovember a PHONE-666 410 Ffrfrl STREET K-W ;Service Station Serried Station fjr the ftmoiti K-W Magnetos, All makes o( niSgr.cros, g4neralori, colls re- paired. Foil slock of repair parts car- ried. All work guarantied. MAGNETS, RECHARCEO The Roy Electric Co, 518 -ith Avenue South PHONE 735 Wolsey Underwear Favorite among care. They like, its fit.' Sit- ting, standing, or any Wolsey Underweat1 n'ever drags or rumples. V.- You can rely, too, on Its laetlnst nuallly. puro wool cf the finest ipmllljr; un- shrinkablo. Always soft Ing. Strong facings. Fits closoly nt wrlat, knee, calf, and-: ankle. f'colB good lo akin.' suit, and MEN'S ALL WOOL COATS AND v LOUIS KEEL 6H6ROF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES and THE FLOR8HEIM SHOE OLIVER Bl-OCk, FIFTH STREET MORE TRUTH THAN POETRY THE CLOCK-P E. NCHERS I hear boys who have lo work complain- Uach seems lo think that he Is uut of. luck; They, moan about Iho Illtla they arp'gaiii- They hale Iho narrow grooves la which llioy'ro Blu6k.': They seldom people who employ them, They sigh'foi- pleasures lhal' ara "seldom found, _ Bui, yielding Dial annoy They slick around. They mingle In the daily hurly-burly. Uimollced by tho others In llio crowd; They (ret-because tholr'work-begdiB BO cnrly, And yearn for favors that arc not al- lowed. Thoy liatc the clocks-they havo lo punch; lomorrow They nlwaya liopij to rcnch some lucky lurn; Well, hope's A thing, nt lensl, to borrow X Thnn sa4 concern. V They pass Ihe places where the lights are glowing, They see whoro laughing men aad women feast; They watch tho wealthy come nnd Me them going, against the greatest anrl-the least. s Ignored, they pauso to watch where olliers madly; 'Kngags in the'day has fleil, Anrl Ihen, too poor lo dine or dance, go Badly On homo 16 tea." I sec-them In tho mornings when they hurry, JJlue-noacd, to catch tha cars that navor wait; Today the hopes of yesterday they bury, And sadness Will ensue if they aro'late. .But nfldn lliBi- havo time lo think wllb. pity Of thoso who lack life's Ihrills and miss its The boys who waslo tht-lr days far from ibo diy, Ou o.ulel farms. ;