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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESPAY. OCTOBER 20. 1920 HIGH SCHOOL PUPILS TAKE UP BOWIJNG IN EARNEST; TWO LEAGUES Saturday p.m., Saturday Glrta aid Boys, Eater With Part Plan of Athletics in bridge High School Through Boys' Work of the Y, If. C. A. the high school students hate Han able to arrange a bowling sched- ule' In connection with: their athleUc ork. They hive been given the use of the alleys from 4, to 6 every day and Saturday mornings sod afternoons. The Idea in. the: minds. of those In. iersslei !s -tfe> atbleils work p! the hi eh school 'Is 'that we must do away with the.. star, and the unath.- letlc pupils. So this year every stud- ent wll! bVjjrided twice a year In ath- letics and every student mutt play a some." So they" are starting out kell i The girls' basSetoall league Is well organlied and league games are being o- Sport I Thursdays Saturdays. In a match take part on a team and three games.., The league champion being tha one'winning the most games all through the league. The milch winner being the team.win- ning two out of. thrte. oa lb.8 whole .hree games. r. Competltlvs Game Bowling Is a very competitive game and aleo1 one which regulars, the members ot the teams playing to use all the science they have to win. physical nature of the game is the best as a person Is called.upon to use a large earles'ol the.bodies' muscles-It also creates a good deal of fun and sport. The school a weekly rate, by the "Y" aod.the boys' teams 'pay, this .and ,tha -girla "secure thefe bowl.tng free: line'thlng to-be nouced'thls year In all-the athletics Is. that the students'are organizing and the sup- played four nights a week. Two nfghts port and Interest and assistance being on 'the. "Y" gi'nm and two nights on received from all'the, IT embers of the the Central school staff: The members of the staff are There are "two leagues" In taa'bowl- glad to be able to help and-also to ing, a girls' and a'boys'. There are receive help from the-Y. M. C. A. In ten teams !n flf'tha hovsl the hearty support and asslstance-ql and one of the teachers: thera an ten teams. They, are bowling five pins and a great deal ot'interest Is being shows In.this league. .f Trophy There a trophy .given for each league 'so'.the Interest win be at hlgh'pltch all_ the way through. The girls'teams play on Wednes- day, and the boys on Mondays, league end the; result of the first game played In the girls'league. Bo 'IB Buds Va Leaches, Thursday, October 7thY Parsons vs Hlenles, Friday, October SlhV Peewees TS Greenboji, Saturday October Crabs TS October 9th. vs Pedagogues, p.m., October 9th._ Crabs vs Hose Cuds, Monday, Octob- er iltb. Leaches vs Tirfsday, Oct- ober 14th. Pedagogues va' Parsons, Saturday October ICth. vs Niggers, Saturday p.m., October 16th. Peewees vs Crab Boys, Saturday p.m., October 16th. Rose Buds vs Pedagogues, Thursday Octobd'r 21sL Parsons vs Leaches, Saturday a.m., October 2Jrd. Hlenles VB Peewees, Saturday p.m., October 23rd. 'Cheeses, Saturday p.m., October 23rd. Niggers vs Greenboys, Monday, Oct- ober 25th. Rose Buds vs Cheeses. Thursday, October 28th. Leaches va Hienlea, Saturday October 30th. P-eewses.vs P.-.rsons, Saturday p.m., October, 30th. Crabs vs Niggers, Saturday p.m., October 30th. :-Green Boys vs November 1st. Parsons vs Rosebuds, Thursday, No-. Leaches vs Peewees, Saturday a.m., Novembcr'Kth'. Greenboys, Saturday p.m., November 'Cth. Pedagogues- vs Hleales, Saturday p.m., November 6th. Cheeses'vs Niggers, Monday, Novem- -Thursday, November i -.4 vs Leaches, Saturday November-18th. Crawl-rords VB Milestones, Wednes- day, November :inh.- Irishmen vs Macs, Friday, Novem- ber 19th. Airmen vs Tuesday, "No- vember 23rd. Ytnelande vs Cllnts, Wednesday, No- vember 24thr Scolties vs Prqetorltes. Friday, No- vember 26th. 1 Crawl-l'ords vs Macs, Tuesday, No- vember 30th. Milestones va Irishmen, Wednesday, December'1st. Airnienys Scottles, Friday, Decem- ber 3rd. Vlnelands vs, Proctorlles, Tuesday, Tt'a. Clints YS Druggists, Wednesday, De- cember 8th. Crawl-Fords., Friday, fanuary 2lst. vs Jan- uary 25th, i Irishmen vs Proctorltes, Wednesday, January 26th. Milestones va Airmen, Friday, Jan- Yinelands vs Scotttes, Tuesday, Feb- ruary 1st. vs Wednesday, Feb- ruary 2nd! A new schedule will bo arranged at the conclusion ol this one. First' Game' In Girls' League The following Is the lineup of the teams and the score for each game, together with' the total for three December IQtb. -i_f i. Irishmeniys De- Proclorlteifvs'Alrjn'bn, Wednesday, December lotfit Friday, Decem- ber 17thi....... Macs vs Vlnelands, Tuesday, Decem- uer 2ist. Crawl-Fords VB Proctorlles, Wednes- day, December .22nd. Irishmen vs Druggists, Tuesday, Jan- uary Airmen vs Cllnts, Wednesday, Jan- Alrd (Capl.) Syoimonds Steaktey Allison, T. Rooney Total Airmen Opposed Removal of Embargo Early in Year, Be Shortage MONTREAL, Oct. determin- ed effort Is to be made by the federal ply to a communication .sent by Kerr to, the premier on'iPrldaj lut. .the with Inconsistency la cerUin of their statements. Mr: Kerr particularly- lhat tho fiatemeut belng.oter- loaded with sugar ta a result of tha embargo on export Is not constste'at with statements made, by rentiers at various Board hearings earlier In tho tains, refiners opposed the removal of ih9 embargo and suggested that U4 removal would leave them short ot sugar. On the other hand, there is a feet- ing that tha refiners' troubles are dna Viney (Capt.) 11 21 Vlnelands 4 12- -6 Morrlsey .i.. 5 Nolan 10 4 Watkins......i.... 10 ao 53 75 _-----._ ._ i ing mat ine renners upuoies-aro uuo government to haYe the sugar dIffl- ,BS t at to re. y 6, strictlons on their operations, and on which akes place in Ottawa tomorrow j (hat nd ,h are sym. according to a letter received morning by D. S. Knrr of Kerr, Paine and company, and signed by Premier Arthur Meighen. This letter is in re- j that ground they are entitled to sym- pathetic consideration. In any event, it Is.stated, full opportunity will given fur bearing all sides be'ote a final decision Is reached. uary 5th. Milestones, eland s< vs Scottles vs Macs, Tuesday, Jaouarj' lllb. Crawl-Fords' vs Scoltles, .Wednes- day, January 12th. vs Cllnts, Friday, January 14th. Airmen ys Macs, Tuesday, January ISth. r- Vlnelands vs Druggists, Wcdataday, January 19th. 32 25 48 108 The Vlnelands'won three games. I The girls did well for I rat game enjoyed It.thoroughly. Boys' League Standing OQTHES- Students as Style College men, arid "those wtio aim to be thW.mere male humans, Appreciate the innate qualities in Fashion-Craft Clothes as well as the character style of each garment The ve'ry shops in which they are sold appeal by their atmosphere to men of refined tastes! The Fashion-Crtlft label commands 'respect from men' who know good clothes. Sold at 3M shops in Canada. LOUIS KEEL LETHBR1DGE Crabs vs Persons, p.m., November 13tM. Hlen.les vs Cheeses, Saturday p.m., November 13th. V Monday, November IBth. i ROBe'Buds'vs Peewpes, Thyrsday, November Pedagogues vs Saturday, No- vember Parsons vs Cheeses, Saturday p.m., November 20lh. Leaches vs Niggers, Saturday p.m., November 20tt. Hienies .vs Greenboys, No- vember 22nd. Roso "Buds vs Hlenles, Thursday, November 25th. Crabs vs .Leaches, Saturday a.m., November 2Tth. Creenboys vs Parsons, Saturday p.m., November 27th. Peewees vs Niggers, Monday; Nov- ember 27th. Greenboys vs Rose Buds, Thursday, December 1st Leaches vs Saturday; am., December 3rd. Parsons vs Niggers, December 3rd vs. Cheeses, Saturday December 3rd Hlenles vs Crabs, Monday, Decem- ber 6th. A new schedule will be arranged at tte conclusion of Ui's one ,_ c Girls' T.MOUB Airrnen TS Vineknis, WeanesSay, 13tb CrawlFOrfa TB Irishmen, Friday, October 15th. Mlte'tofles va Macs, Tnesday, Oct ober 19th Druggists vs Scotties, weanesagy, October 20th Proctorltes vs Octob er 22nd r f Crawl Fords TB Airmen Tuespay, October 26th Irishmen vs Wednesday, October 27th Milestones vs Druggistsr-Frlday, Oc- tobor 26th Proctorltes, No- vember Cllnts vs Scoltlos, Wednesday, No- vember.3rd. "Crawl-Fords TS Vinelands, Friday, November Btn Irisnmon vs Airmen, Tuesday, No- vember 9th Milestones VB Scottles, .Wednesday, November 10th Dn'gglsls vs No- vember 12th i JKcs vs Cllnts, Tuesday, November 16th. MlIestoneB'vs Proctorltes, Friday, Teams Cheeses' Roso Buds Parsons Pedagogues Hlenles Leaches Niggers Crabs Greenboys Peeweea W. 3 4 2 8 1 1 1 '0 0 L. 0 .2 1 1 2 .2 2 5 0 0 PC. .667 .667 .667 .333 .333 .333 467 .000 .Captains of Tesrns RIdpath. Rosa Rose. Denoon.K Crawford. Morrison. Leech. Johnson. Green, KesslorY Dunham. Glrle Aird. Vlnef. Flynn. Clinton, Miles. Mellvena. Hlginbotharai Proctor. Scott. DODDS KIDNEYS MORE TRUTH THAN POETRY P1NKNEYV1LLE GETS LIGHT By S.'B, RISER. have leen engaged to interpret life Gofeiiant of the League ot'Nations laf the benefit oE people who think plain Eng llsh taeans what It says 'They've sent .a man out hero to show 'Just what.jlia League o' potions means, feomii so dense, you fcnow, can't .tell from beans. TV'th i was rather slow To Bee It, though H's plain as day; .Then'used to.be some points I feared, Bui'lhls wise gent they aent has cleared The difficulties all away, v j'had the foolish notion, too, .That flve and three made eight, something The gent has get me straight. Says be: ''The trouble Is that you Ain't read between the lines; you think That, white is always white, Instead, Of mebby hcfn" brown or red. Or eten yellowlsh'or plnk'i "But what about that number, ten Aniong tho said I. Ho seemed'to pity me, and then He alghed a long and Weary sigh ''Now he remarkedyagaln, "And, too smal' You'll hereafter, ;to' be free; From see It d6n't mean what It says, at all" So-there you arc! That settlos that; There's. no more cause to bo' in doubt; We know exactly whore we're at, Tho wholo'thlpg has been straightened' out. Remember, do-g spells cat, And all your doubts iwill disappear; Don't tlilnk that b-a-rt spells bad, .But read between the lines.' I'm glad Tho expert came and made It clear. SHOULD BE DEHOHNED Egotism may.be a good thing, but wo'ft like it better if It had a more attractive name. HE MAY-.BE PREJUDICED The father of one of the American bora who were sent to Siberia tells us that a pflBilmlsMs a man who still thinks Cox has a fighting chance. SUGGESTIONS IN Ofi6ER People who bet on baseball games ara re- ferred to by the Chicago grand Jury as suck- ers. If you know ot any more lilting name for them, perhaps the Chicago.grand jury would ho glad to use It. ROBBING PETER TO PAY PAUU The coal men hurt the lumber trade, By sending prices Sigh and higher; The.lack of building norf has r.vaila A. lessening demand for fire; The grocer gives his gains for meat, And-so it.goes, airinflhltum; Whererer profiteers' conVpoto You'll find more profiteers to spile eA-D.tc.iro Looking at the suit that you oughtjp buying the suit you, 'ought to have looked ati .That happens to a lot of men. Don't let it happen to you this fell. ''Here's what they ao. Iliey go into a gpocl store and ask a good suit of clothes it on. So far, so good.; TliaVs'the Aonly way to get good Then they go somewhere else and on a suit 'a little loAyer in price. That old dollar gets'in front of their It is on that theory that we ask eyes and after that they can't see youtoioofeatSocietyBrandCbthes. CWITH THE VARIED GHATJES OF CiOTTHINO FLOODINO THE htARKET, LOOK FOR THE' tABEL AS YOUR GUIDE SXX3ETY BR.VJJD ALFRED DECKJ-n CX3HN, Unlltd SuWy. Montreal, New York Chicago anything but price. Pretty soon they aren't looking at anything but price marks. The suit they finally buy is one they literally havetft{ looked at. I No man evef looked his best in.1 a suit of clothes that he bought because it was a few dollars cheaper than the one he wanted. QTYLE HEADQUARTERS are sold IW'S 2" Largest of Men's Wear in Southern Alberts McGuire Kirkham Block OF DR, JAEGER'S SHIRTS, BORSAUINO AND STETSON HATS, GEO; AND REQAU SHOES. ;