Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
fHE LETHBRIDOE DAILY HERALD >iJ" ,GE SIX X.......: v------- BRINGING DP FATHER Njimi ur rHintn S' '-II i UKe "TO 1 I ti 1 "'Kjr -4ft By G. McMauns i fOR Quick Service Best Attention 'THY Ik Silver GriD OPEN DAY AND NMHT Sign GOOD EATS I SPECIALTY IN We Aim to PlMae BEST IN TOWN .J 4Ah AUK OUR COFFEE BEST IN Tt 5th St.ui4 4th Am Basketball Tonight; Students vs Y.M.C.A. CARPENTIER HAS fTFTEEN WAYS OF GETTING HIS MAN iTom English Authority, Reason iWhy Carpentier Left Himself .Open in Levituky Says Heigoxes Fighter and B, Boxer. f "KEW YORK, Oct. of Ifensleur Carpentler and Mister Lovln- ekjr.-thft post mortem t What of Oeor .man at a new problem, just as a'chess jilayer goes at each and every game he plays. I work furious 9 9 FOOTBALL COMPETITION fhe prltewiuuers for Satur- day, Oct. 23rd, will appear ia tomorrow's issue. SCOTTISH LEAGUE HIGH SCHOOL HOOPERS MEFTY.H.aA.tEAM FOR SECOND CITY GAME Str and why of Bat, Did the light, ly. hot I work sanely to find what tho trjng forth the wonder.man !n all his otber.tellow has. Many of my feints, i purple aoid spangles? There was oio all of my misses In fact, are deliberate who watched that fight the other thai I find what this fellow in chuckled lof'Jy to him- front of me in the way of follow- aelf wtwn tome of the very, wisest Ing up an advantage. The sooner !i 'acres around the ring threw their find ouVthV sooner I know what I! hands to.'the high heavens when they must do., saV-: Carpentler leave what they be-T 'My tight always depends upon :IJeved to be openings as wida as the the other fellow has or hasn't j actrance to Central Part. That man got. He; may be a fighter of com-j was one of.the keenest stndeiita of-blnoij'cleveraeis and hitting power.) taxing in the 014 World. be fought along a f'ialni ster, the English sports cartoonist of line. ITbehest way is the effective .__-..__.. _, _ -II ;._____It_ i no set .._ ....._____j In the of my American comins ruffawing. building to discover the fact It the over supposedly open otherVfellow hssMn short, it all nar- and lax style wlien down In ray heart I rows down'to'this: I fight a boxer OcL As- sociated defeated Cel- tic two to nothing In a Scottish league game yesterday. In a Northern Uu- bn game Hull-Kingston defeated Wakefleld by 24 to 8, charity fund matches resulted as fol- lows Tottenham 2; Arsenal 0. t'ulham 1: Clielsoa 1. I knew that they were seeing Carpen-i and I box a 'fighter." in-only ONE of his V CALLS SiJEEtING OF" r ;BALL CLUB STAND ALOOF styles of Dghtlng.1 Misled fly His Tongue The inan.' Is tmfathomablp. tell you candidly, old man, he U practV cally He nghts no two men alfte. He knows instinctively the JlShUng habits of the man in front of hta, and. nqinah. ever sounded an op- ponent.milcker than Georges Csjpen- thB.A'raerlcAti liafue, hail a meet Ing for the five NEW .TOllK, Oct. Wilbur Kobinsbu ;has signed a contract to manage the Brooklyn National Lea- gue basebhal the next three years, on practically nis own terms, wag officially announced today by President Chas. H. Ebhets. In add! tlon it was stated thai Robinson re- ceived a handsom'e'bonus for winning he league championship of 1920. The Brooklyn club hau been award- ed Pitchor Sam Post, wno was nur- chaserl Pittsihiirg lent August, from he Portsmouth, Va. club.- "I. tier: I Tjotieed that you mentioned the pirpers jvha refused to attend the fact that he aghts with his stuck oat through his parted lips. lastAwert -''I of tha few sportsmen' who was allowed to see Carpenlinr train for Bockett. I here other three Am- owners.voted to abro- national agreement. The'Jve are Thomas Shibe of Phil- met him In'Paris, in fact, I lived at V M W8 tralnriK he w rerno irlg, after the war: I noticed that tongue and some of my friends, advised that I an Beckett woald chop It v off 'entirely .with one of hooks if Georges per- stited in letting it protrtrfe. The'Dlff.Milt :Way. Joie diJa't "eiop it eft. My for it, old hit I Jamet C. Dunn my. part of Oarpentler, let alone the SPUTJK SPARROW TO PtAY WITH CALGARY THIS YEAR Sponk Sparrowj centre man of the Moose Jaw hockey team last season Ticinlty of his tongue. fpngkt will play with the Calgary Tigers this Beckett quite differently than fee according to reports from .Veils, for Instance, Wells he'waJkea'Mooie.- Jaw.y The information from ttto ana let By a right that eamV right off the hip, -Beckett ho fought 'as he did Onnboat Smith, carefully, covered and Mi for a crusher- "I hare not aenDempsey fight. He mnsl he a creat man, but ho will .meet a great man, a brilliant fighter, to Carpentler, I will hack Carpentler, no matter what the price. Don't Moose Jaw (i that Sparrow has paeVei Wa trips and is ready to leave for Cow TOWS and that he admits that he with the Tigers. Snar row before; going to Moose Jaw was with, the Winnipeg Selkirks and has an enviable reputation as a hockey to'reports the Tl gers have sojne bunch of hockey play PILLETTE IS SOLD TO PORTLAND CLUB OF COAST LEAGUE Herman Pillelte, the star right oL he Keglna Senators, last season has Jeen spld to the Portland club for the Pacific coast league, Plllette Is the bird Reglna player to-be sold from lame Called O'clock on "Y" .Gyni. Time For Triangle Boys This Season 'The victorious Students will go Into battle Wednesday night against the Y. M. C, A. baiketball team on the "Y" floor. This will b? the first 'appearance of the Y. M. C: A. team this season and It will be the second for the students. The High School boys stacked up against the Bankers last week and catne-out.on top of a long r acora. Tha Students are a fast bunch of'players and will make" the two other teams step. The Y. M. C. A. team will have some old hands on it and tonight's game should prove attractive. Support IE reeded during city league season so ths boys can. go into the district games with, confidence that they have the fans behind them. The attend- ance at the last city league game was disappointing and to- night it is hoped a larger attend- ance wifl be out. The jvrt'.beeh In good 'shape for' winSe but for the past couple of'daya workmen have been busy on'It and repairs will be completed In time for to- night's game. FAMOUS SELKIRK TEAM RECEIVES DEATH BLOW Selkirk hociey learn is practically out of existence for the time being, It received Us death-blow when Joe Simpson, Indi- vidual star of the greatest players In the game, boarded the train for Ed- monton, ther to Hce-up on the Eskimo defense with Hal Winker, who hu shitted from Mooae Jaw. Ernie Ander- son, the Selkirk forward, accompanied Joe. He also will don Eskimo colors. Depleted of ao many stirs, the Sel- kirk team Is a mere shadow of Its for- mer and as rumor Implicates cer- tain others of tho Fish-town aggrega- tion with. Intentions ot western travel IMs scarcely'likely that the club will be 'able to participate In local senior hockey daring the coming season. AWAY BELOW THE LUXURY We are showing a large range of Men's Overcoats, in nice quiet toll skirled, with the Raglan sleeve and best values on the mar- let iar them CURLERS FROM'MANITOBA. WINN'IPEXJ. Oct. With the election of Wai. McKeniis of Welwyn, Bask., and Neil McPoogall of Port aat season's teain, the other two being! Arthur, Onl., In the two unfilled Joo Dalley nnd Red Smith who played places on Manitoba's quota of the Can- tj-na adfan curiing team to tour Scotland early next year, the lineup Is com- plete. The team of 32 players, 10 each and Ontario, six from Montreal and Que- bec and sir from Nova Scotia. shortstop. Pilletfa was at with tho Cincinnati ..Reds. that you saw alt of qarpentler. era and their, team will be something He -was eimplr like this: Goal, Cbarlle Held; Defence part of himself. H he flghta Dempsey Hero Gardner, Mickey MacKay, Le remember what I bave said. He will Cook, Gordon praeeir; Centre, adopt one of his fifteen of row; Wlnga, Barney Stanley, Jok ing and Dempsey will be one of the Anderson, Johnny Mitchell and 0'- tnost surprised boys In the world." jarady. Jack Curloy, -who Is closer to pentler tltn. any man is this country, LACK OF PLAYERS perturbs, told soaethlng that hears ONLY OBSTACLE out the opinloi-of Tom Webster. MONTRBAU Oct. i "Only the day before tho fight season's National Hoceky League! were talking, about Lavlnsky's prospects, Ooo, Kennedy, manager and said Jack, "and Carpentler owasr of tho Montreal Canadlens, said convinced me that ha one of the the', only thing that will prevent the most remarkable thinkers that ever extension of the N. H. L. circuit next EVIDENCE EXONERATED TWO BALL PLAYERS -CHICAGO, Oei 27. Pothsteln of New .York and Joe Gedeon, St Louie American Lea- gue baseball testi- fied before the Cook county grant! jury Investigating the baseball scandal and the state attorney's office afterward announced their evidence had exonerated the two men from complicity in the throw- Ing of games In the 1919 world series, but had materially streng- thened the cases against some of the men already Indicted. ff ry? ff FOOTBALL EXECUTIVE MEETINO TONIGHT executive meeting of tho LethbrWge Foetbal! Assob-- iation will be helj -to-night (Wednesclaj) ai J "o'clock at J. Hltehle Paterson'a office. BERT KESTERNS MEN f S S H OP HOME.OPJOTH CENTURY BRAND CLOTHING Alexandra Hotel Block On the Corner of the said'Mr. Raney, "will be to suppress oppression and rent prolU- ring but recognizing on the other hand that landlords are entitled to a gitlmatc income on their invest- ROME, Oct. city of Trieste 'aa occupied by Italian' troops Sun- day, according to telegrams from that jlaca to the Corriere D'ltalia and the Wei Nationals. A-report had been circulatea that a landing by'.Gabriele D'Annunzlo .was imminent, :but this materlallie; tile- from Flume ft-dental of any Intention to land at Trieste. General Cavlgilix assemble! the officials of Trieste and has appealed to their dispatch add- ed. He urged unity and discipline for the defense of the absten vided each entry Is accompanied by twenty-live cents, and coupons to Ihe.number of entries. 3. Competitors must cross oul Iho names of tha clubs they think irlll lose and cross out the names ol tolb, if they contider s draw will re- lull, 4.' Coupons can only be from the sporting page ot Tha Her- B., AJ1 monies received will bo re- prizes. The amount and numbers of prizes will be published tveir Monday morning for that week's g-amea. Reeulli of competl< lions will ba published every Wed- neiday and cheques to successful competitors will bo mailed irnmed. latoly on receipt ot confirmation by tho G. All entries must be posted or lo The Herald before mid- night on Fridays; A Friday post, mark from polnle outside of tho city of 1-fith.brl'Jge will bo considered aa rontalnlng a legitimate entry. 7. Tho name and address ol tho competitor must bo clearly marked on carh coupon. 0. Stamps m'j.H not be used aa layment for entries. 10. All entries must be address, id to ths .Editor, Football Competi- tion, Herald, Lethbrldge. 11. Tho Sporting'Editor's decis- ion wlll.be Anal. 12. Employees of The Herald ore barred from tho competition. MORE TRUTH THAN POETRY TRY THIS ON YOUR OUIJA BOARD S: B KISBR, halo like stn to be complalnlni, t try to keep my courago high, The wounds and bruises that are paining Don't ceaso to pfiln us when we cry, And so I try to keep retraining From being tortured-by regret; But always, darn it. when It's raining, Some plan I've made Is all upset. 1 can't seo any gain in bleating If now and then things (id Ths man who whines at Fate Is cheating Himself alone; but tell we thle, Why Is It one is always mealing Now troubles when tho old ones go? New buga nnd worms are.always eating The plants that we have coaicd to grow, I seo the useleseness of sighing, The poor rewards that grieving brings; My purpose Is to keep ou trying To win my way la better things; Hut, darn It, there Is no denying That when I get a ralie ot pay 1 have to do so much more buying That all I've gained is frlsXed away. I've long been claiming that I thought It A sign of weakness to bo glum; Where doubt assailed me I have, fought It And hoped for better things to como, But tell me .why It Is, docJ rot HI That that which roused our ecstasies, White, striving earnestly, we sought It, When claimed, becomes a piece of cheese? OH, YES, CERTAINLY .Japan is Investing In wanhlps for tlio building practice, no doubt, IT IS STILL BEING DONE We bave never heard ot anyone who be- came famous or gained promotion by pad- ding an expense account, ANOTHER KNOCK FOR i-v. CHICAGO, saving time figured aa a provocation for martial 'trpublts In court a- few days ago. Frank Shaw, of 6445 Emeralci Avenue, .twort his wife Settle, refused! to recognize the new and up. Ha had to DO wlthsut breakfast he PHONE MS 410 FIFTH STREET. 'home and lived where he eeuM net something to. eat In morning, He asked for divorce. 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