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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERAtD BRINGING UP FATHER MONDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1920 L-i-fS'i'. HERB. V ftHC'S. 4A1NVM1 CN ME COT TO IN GMcManus FOR Quick Service BestAtlention _-., THY The SOver GriD OPEN DAV AND NIOHT Sign GOOD EATS t mm in i SPECIALTY IN.STEAKS We Aim to Pltaso OUR COFFEE BEST IN TOWN 6th St and 4th Ave. Here's Pkn For Reorganization Of Major League Baseball Resolutions Drawn Up At Chi- cago Looking to New Con- trol to Clean-Up the Game The resolutions drawn up by the club ownercj leading up to [be proposed formation oE the new major league, are as He it resolved: 1. That the erMine national agreement be and the same is hereby abrogated and denounced; 2. That the clubs of the National league and such American league clubs, and suchiclubs of the National Association Baseball Leagues, as shall now signify their acquiescence in or shall hereafter 'sign hereinafter provided for, hereby agree to euler into a new agreement which shall provide for: 1 (a) A board of control composed of threa men of (one of shall be they shall be men of such business and profes- sional experience, in no wise finan- eially interested, in baseball, characters and reputations whose (111 be such.as to convince the public that baseball of the future will be conduct- ed in a clean aml.fijr minner.- (b) That this boird of control and chairman shall be selected br it -majority rote of the clubs of the Na- tional league and the clubs of the American league who shall on or bc- fore NOT. 1; 1920, have signified their, acquiescence fh the plan provided in these resolutions at a meeting hereby called to ha lieldiln lit, Noy.' .In Lthe selection of of sich board of-control the rccojA: mendahong of the minor leagues shall be invited and considered. fc) That said board of control shall be elected for lerinj ending respect- ively, Dec. 1, and 1927. and the person: elected for the longer be chairman p[ the board and appropriate provisions shall be, inserted in said agreement for elect- icg their'successors. (d) That tho salary of the chairman of tic board o{ control shall be fifed at not less than twenty-fiVe thousand flo.ltars (J25.000) a year, and Me shall .bo required to devote his entire Himo to the affairs of the board; and that tie other members of the board of control shall be paid not less than ten IhoUsacd dollars a year, but they shall only be required to devote such.tlme to the affairs ot the board as shall be (e) That said board of control wheu selected, shall have all the powers ot the present nations! commission, and. Mich further powers as may bo thought needful and appropriate by the draft- ing committee for. hereinafter provided (f) Said ngroemenl shall he in force tor twenty-live (25) years, and. con- tain-appropriate provisions for Us amendment. i 3. A drafting committee shall be appointed, at the meeting on Noveni: her 8th to meet with a committee to .be selected by the National Associa- tion ot Professional Baseball leagues, the duty of which joint committee shall be forthwith to prepare and sub- mit to all professional baseball clubs lor signature the.nev agreement here by provided for. 4. -All clubs. 01 the National league, American league and of the National AisqcUUoa .ata ioriicd to joiu the It'is not the purpose of the. proposed reorganization to ex-' chide :any baseball club, bat It is the purpose ot tie undersign- ed so to reorganize the national game thil.ihe p'obllc, wh050 entrance fees the means for the mainten- ance' "of baseball, shall ftayc'eTiry, assurance that the game a proper manner. The undersigned are convinced that the nretMlt. organization has utterly fail- ed rfjts-pu'rpose, and that some new organic provisions mutt be. adopted for, maintenance of the game. erw3; undersigned clubs have agreement that in the ereut Uhe 'proposed organization as provided. for In the above resolutions, be not accoaipllshed by the accept- ance of the proposed plan by Nov. 1, 19M, by Other 'clubs of the American (.then i the undersigned shall set forth in these 'resolutions .among themselves and; independent of other major. lea- _ _, brt. :1 forta'BbxjBg bout for hciyVinlBht championship be- the title- ard Georaes Cirpentier, the- Kriinchvpuglllst, have been virtually, upon, Jack champion's manager, Kearns said a conference" of interttted parilei would held tomorrow or "and 'added he wat ennfldent tly agreement would be tlgn'td'-b'efpre Carpentler leaves the .United ..States a week from .tiexrSaturday. reported the bout would be''held In trie' United .States, prob- ably In Madison Square Garden, New 'Yorkj and that tKe dite either in January or MACK .RAPS NATIONAL LEAGUE Connie Mack; halt owner.of the Philadelphia Arneri- uip league.club, said he was not clear wliat the meeting of baseball men In Chicago was driving nt. The five clubs not represented at the meeting con ill lute a, majority of the American league, he aro the Ameri- can ho added, "and when the time the American league will meet at the.'call at- its president and no doubt will take'acllon that will help raise iis standard and prevent scan- dals In the future. ".I am not .Mr. Slack said, "that Borne bt the National league clubs represented at the meeting do not need a SPEED UP Is the slogan for this UNLOADiNG SALE AT THAELL'S. It, will pay you to speed up and get in on these REAL BARGAINS AT THIS REAL SALE Those who have benefited by theso astounding price cuts will in 8lvtaB 5'ou Ie33 money, TO those who have not as yet taken advinlage of OUR PROFITS FORGOTTEN PLAN SlC'jk' we (Ms soiilcn FRED THAELL ST. SCrUTH-LETHBRIOOfi University of Hontani M, Montana "SYesleyan 0. Illinois Michigan S. Nebraska 20, South Dakota Wisconsta 7, Ohio State 13. Chicago 10, Iowa 0. Harvard 31, Centre college 14, Princeton 14, Navy 0. 42. Colgate Yale 24, Weat Virgmla 0. Buller 13, Earlham.7, Syracuse 10, Dartmouth 0. Virginia 7, Rutgers (K Virginia Jlllitarj. :jnstilute 27, Pennsylvania 7. Pittsburg Georgia Tech.. 3. Notre Valparaiso's. Army 28, Tufts 0. Carnegie Tech. 27, University ot Cincinnati 15. Kansas 7, Ames 0. Alarquelte 46. Western Normal 7. St. Louis University si, Missouri School of Mines 0. Oklahoma 24, Washington 14. Colorado College 21, University ot Denver 0. Gettysburg 20, Albright 10. Washington and 14, Le- high 0. Dickinson 6, Urslnns, 7. Georgetown 40, Fordham 17. Franklin and Marshall 14, Roches- ter 3.. 1 Hamilton 14, New .York University 13. Ainherst 35, Union 0. Brown 14, Springfield 0. Wesleyan 10, Colnmbla 0. Williams 62, Trinity 0. Penn State 109, Lebanon Valley 7.. Muhlenbiirg'O, Bucknell 43. John Hopkins 0, Swarthmore 41. UUh Aggies 0, Montana State 0. Drake 7, University of Missouri 10. University of California freshmen 42, College of tho Paclflc 7. i Creighton 0, Kansas'Aggles'3." 'Stanford tr. 21, Santa Clara '7. Boozenian .0, Billings 7S.; -f Anaconda High High 0. Fergus High 74, Stanford High 14; MacAlester 20, St. Otaf 14..- SL Thomas '40, Gustavus Adol- phus 0. Carleton College 7, College 7. Ohio Wesleyan- 14, Western rlle serve 0. Case 7, AVron 0. Woosler 19, Oberlin 0. Baldwin-Wallace 28, Hiram Heidelberg 34, Ohio Northarn 7. 84, Calholic University 0. St. Johns 10, Pennsylvania Military College 7. Wahash 30, Rose Polytechnic 0. Great Falls High 100, 'Helena High LEAGUET08E Carpet hall ..at present looks as if it will take Its place in the sporting world of Lethbridge this winter. The Sons of England, always good boosters for carpet ball, are in the field al- ready and have sent Invitation to tho ot Urn W. V. A to or- ganiie a team and give them srginie It is understood if is the intentlra of the G. W. V. X to baic one or more carpet hall teams this year. At present the club has not tie eqnlp- ment but' this is likely to be purchu ed before this week out. The G. W. V. A: intend to enlarge on their sports this winter and .offer their mcabera something all the time, on the -gym-- lias torn floor. the past wwk. The marrted men nave been a strong' combination lor years. On the married team will be Bill Moore, of Barons, Dick SmiUi, Bill Waiter Shover aid Tommy Brans Ttej wil! plsy'agalnit Leask Slots, Nels (on, Irwln, MacLeas and Zajemba. Fol lowing this will be made to have a five pine league organ- A number of Une.pUyen nave showed up at the alleys so far thii ami tia pirotpects for a league good The ilret bowling match of the sea- son at the Dominion Alleys will take place tonight o'clock. The single men will place a team on the alleys againit the married men and it should-he a first class The single will playihave been knockibg the the lot dur The veterans are commencing to get their hockey players together. Al- though no meeting has been held yet to orsanue their team, prelimlnary sktrmishing for players has taken place. A number of new faces are like- ly to bo seen with the Veteran! this year. Efforts are also being made to ob- inra second strong team in Leth- bridge and it is possible the manage- ment ot one of the baseball teams will take over this team. So far thU pro- position has not gone ranch farther than getting a number of prominent sport interested ibut real work Is likely to commence .early this Then there ia the'Bankers for a third team. Hockey fan's are counting this year for a team. .The Monntles must not be for- gotten when considering' the possibil- ities for a team in a city league. The high school might also put in a team. TRAINER NOW SELLS-MATCHES -LONDON, Oct.' who .used -to train the race horses of the Russian Emperor; Is now selling match- es and chocolates In the Herald football Competition governing the competition are 1. The competilion will be. called The Herald Football. Com petition. '2. Com ji e liters will be entitle d to many entries as they desire, pro- vided each entryjis accompanied by twenty-flve cents, and coupons .to tho number ot entries. 3. Competitors must cross 'out the names of the. clubs they think Kill lose and cro's's out the names of aottrlf they consider a draw will re- sult, t. Coupons cab only be from the sporting page The Her- .ild. 5. Alt monies be re- tnmed in prizes. The amount and cumbers of prizes will be published svery Monday morning for that week's games. Results lions will bo published every Wed- nesday cheques to suecesitnl competltore will be mailed Immed- iately oh receipt of confirmation by lha Athletic News. 6. All entries must be posted or delivered to The Herald before mid- night on Fridays. A Friday post- mark from points outsldo of the city of .Lethbridge will be considered as containing a legitimate entry. 7. The name nnd address of the competitor "must be clearly marked Dn each 9. Stamps mnst not he used-as layment for entries. 10. All entries must be address- ed to the Editor, Football Competi- tion, Herald, Lethbridge. 11. The Sporting Editor's decis- ion will ho final. 12. Bhnployeea.of The Herald are harred from the competition. MORE TRUTH THAN POETRY [THE HOT SPORT By S. E. RISER. I'm a regular hound for sport; I'd travel A thousand mlloi (o a gomo of ball; Oce, ain't it great to sea Hulh uniavol And bump a twister across tho wall! And ain't It grand-to sit In the stand When (lio score is close and Uio strain Is lellln'! And when some batter you hale Is fanned It's treat to bo doiu' the loudest ycllln'. I'm a bear for fightln'rl fairly glory In matchln' a rattlln' bout; I wont 'cm both to be lira I a cd and xory. And I'm thrilled whenever a guy's knock- ed out. Ain't 11 groiil.lo sit ond observe the grit That kecpa a hoy, when he's iattereJ goin'! Oh, I love Itm i-ouiisl Ot Iho paddpd mitt And I yell for Joy when Iho blood Is flow- in'. I'm hean'for racin' and bootfall That Is, to .watch from an easy seat- It's my sportiu' Wooil, as I've Just been savin'; I'd rather look at a scrlmmago than eat. Ain't It splendid (un, when the ponies run, Or the boys are.hucWn' ahead, to bellow Because of the bet that is nearly won; If lhat wouldn't (IcWe you, son, you're yel- low, I pity the guy that Is novor willln' To ray for the right to attend a scrap; Tv'hnt can ho find in the world that's thrll- lln't He's a poor, half-hearled and bloodless chart No, there aln'l no game that I ever Kspeclally none that Is rough or bloody- Thai's not my way; I prefer to cay To watch while olhcrs Ret mussed or muddy. OUR MEN'S SUITS Are made with one doimmat- ing for us arid give yoiiihe best value for yom-money.--Don't fail to see !i From Ug BERT KESTER'S S HOP CENTURY BffAND Alexandra Hotel Block On the Corner OLD COUNtNV one Toronto cur- ler oh the team that-will rtsit the Old Country this winter. The Ontario team is as follows: Col. McKenile, Sarnia; Dr. Shelburne; Dr. McKondrick; T.r H.' -Douglas, Hamilton; R.' M." Warden; iPeterboro; Harvey Willlam.- Alexander Palll.vStrat- ford; Wm. Robson, Lakevlew, Torpa- to, and one repreienUtive to bei ap- pointed by the president o! the On- tario.Curling association. .The team will leave St. John, N. B, on Decem- ber to, and-, games will be played In Olatgow, Edinhnrgh and London on K-W Service Service Station f Jr. the K-W UigoBtoi. ..All ot mignetos, coils ra- palred. Full of repair car- ried. All work guaranteed. The Roy Electric Co. 4th Ayenu.e South PHONE 7SS artificial' ice. The invitation for the vVsit was extended b'y'the Royal Cale- donian Curling Club of Scotland." ENTRY FORM GAMES PLAYED OCT. 30. .CLOSING DATE OCT. MIDNIGHT Flrrt -Dlyltlon Albion va, Huddenflelif. SUnderUnd va, Bradford. Sheffield United yj, Alton VIIU. Prttton vs. Manchester United. Burnjey va, 'Spurs, ..Arsenal vp. Derby, Bradford Neweattlc. Evert on vs. Liverpool. rThlrd Division Brentford .Southampton. Brighton va. .Luton. Palace vs. Reading. Giningham va. Mlllwall, Watford vs. Plymouth. Swlndon vt. Easter. Queen'i Park va, Swansea, i Portsmouth vs. Newpurt I enter the Herald Football Com- petition in accordance with the rales and announced above, and agree to accept the pub- lished decision as final and legally Signed, Addreta. SMART SHITS FORYOUNG MEN 'This line is tho pick ot thb season for smart design and striking comes In a number of distinctive" models, Made up In a full line of Cheviola, Tweeds, Worsteds patterns and mixtures. Theee aililB are built rlght--wlll "stand .their shape us they arp built by the best A perfect matter what your build may our ojvn tailor measures you and puts oh tie finishing (outhos, LOUIS KEEL SHOP OP FASHION CRAFT CLOT11E3 AND TUB i'LOnSHESM HHOB OLtVERDLOCK 318 IcIFTH BT ;