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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta VPAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY. OCTOBER 30, BRINGING UP FATHER -.'t- v By G. McManus 1H W I K ITS AU- RKiHY T. (OOLO 1 Pjur I LOVE under no obllgitlon is luue cerilficatet to any pliytr. Certfficatei are luued at the dis- cretion of the auoclatlon the application of any. player may be even though that play-' eminently qualified In every respect. There Is a record of a player whose application dit- mlued and who brought.action In the courts to compel the O. H. A. to'iwue a certificate In his nairle. The plaintiff wat beaten. That decision (treriaihened. the hands of the anoclatlon as some pljy- era will undoubtedly when applications for certificates for the forthcoming, season are made." .Edward formerly America league who was in the Coast league lasi .writ- ten President W. the Coast league, to that Babe BorEon, former. ..fitst fba3ornnii' 'pi Vernon, bad ofiered liiin a bribe of if he would "throw" UkSILA FORSAKES HOCKEY "'V'i FOR FANCY SKATING STUNTS McGraw' To Affairs Ih. .-'-Hiigh Charley Tjkslla, of tho Portlantl and Vancouver cinbs of the Pacific Coast Hockey just returned from Australia where he has been doing come fancy Bleating stunts. Ukslla -has quit the hockey game and is now 'devoting his time lo skating. r 'T lg. not- be'oiit of crnplajiiienl !pns, ac- cording -a- promi- nent' club owner. ThV former. .Tiger pilot is, It is said, loirCiilef the 'Na: tlonal League as manager iof Ihe YorX Giants, ithe place of John -is- to. 'confine himself to rnnnins "lUe ,club :6n the field. McGraw. as of Ihe himself to bo a snccessful eiBculiTe.' "McGraw. .and Jennings.-, are close said the National League club owner, "and I Jen- nings will be neil season. McGray his fill of running Ihe teanY'on'Hhe field, and last summer did 'nol appear on the coaclilng lines durih'g-the last two months of the seasou. -He wants someone to go out Inere every day with a thorough knowledge of base- ball and a lot or pep. Jennings has all.lhat. President Heydlcr believes Jennings would lie a gooil man In tho National League, as he lias always been known as honorable, ami has a commendable record. "Jennings slipped oul br Ihe Detroit club so gracefully that 1 believe lie la all set-to Join the contin- ued the Nallonal League magnate. '.'I do nol think he would have resigned so soon after.the close of Ihe season unless he knew where he "uras golne lo light." Announcement has been made by Jennings that he has received an ofler from a National League club, and II Is thought to be from McGraw. These two .men were members of the fam- ous Baltimore In their considered two of the great- st InDelders tbal played ball. JENNINGS SIGNS UP WITH N. Y. NATIONALS NEW YORK, Oct. Hughls Jennings, who for some time manager of the Detroit American League team> signed a contract today as assistant manager of the New York National League cluk. SIX-HAN.HOCKEY BRITISH COLUMBIA The British Columbia Amateur Hockey Association will nlay. six- man hockey this winter In order lo conform with. of the Canadian Amateur Hockey" Associa- tion. DEMPSEY WILL NOT LEAVE UNITED STATES Jack -nempeey, hcivrwelght cnarn rilon world, will nol go to Eng land lo defend bis title against aspir Ing rivals no mailer what the Wduce ments will be. i IS Renewing Your Tire Treads We are specialists in, retread- ing of tiro J, all makes. Wo renew the treads In their origi- nal form or.1 other offecUvc forma, This {i ImporUnt to you. when, you consider 'how hlgli tires'. and tl.l ypa can pro- loot life 6f your old lir'ej np-to-date retreading Uthbridge Volcanizittg Works PHONE 1M4 t, CHAPLIH. LrthbrHae. r- LETHBRIDGE BRANCH AT MACLEOD B. CHAPLIN MaeltoJ MORE TRUTH THAN POETRY THE BOLDNESS OF By B. n. K1SER, Uetty tlirlllcd mo Msdc' me gasp a tilt, In Not at irhnt she dared lo eny, Nol at any reckless You may Bay It can't Ijc true, IJut I swear by all (ho spheres Tlial I'm nol decclvliiR Hetty let me Bee her' cars! llctty'a Ijcauly makes me slad, Hetty's graces nre dtTlne; Many chanccB 1 have had To perceive her lovely spine; Never ilul a Illy glow Whllsr than her ilamaak throat; Tlctly's collars all are Ono might olmosl say remote. Never was a trimmer pair Of trim lego than JTellyshows; I liavo seen lliom almost Belly IIKes tmhapn'rcnt hose; Out, slnco one so often sees Ankles that are ncally Not lo mention prclly Ono forgets (o bo concerned. An, hut yeslorrtay I found That my heart was active still; When no olhers were n round, IJelly banded me ,a thrill. Douljt me, If you must, or any I'm nffoclcd hy my t -.1 repeat that ycstenlBy Cctly let me EOOO her cars. THE GOOD OLD DAYS Presently wo shall-begin to hear from Ihe old-bishloned man wlio roincmbers when eomelhlng could bo bouglil for n nickel. AN APPEAL 70 LABOR can; have anything II wants." says one of Iho .weeklies. Wn wish labor could he persuaded to want n mild, open J iwlntcr. .________ WHY NOT BE FAIR? Como, let's; Lo clubby and admit that, the of Rations may oe just as eHoc. tho In keeping us out of war an Mr. Wilson, was. WE'RE NOT AFRAID To discuss the finest models and' the price they sell for in the same Century Clothes -display quality..that is far higher than the prices. BERfr K ESTEEMS O P HOME OP 20TH CENTURY BRAND CLOTIIINQ Alexandra Hotel Block On the Corner SCORED KNOCKOUT NEW YORK, Oct. Jack- on, New York, scored a knockout ver Eddie Fltislmmons of New 'York n the 10th ronnd of a 15th round bout t Madison Sqnare Garden tonight. CURRAN IN CALGARY frank Curran, a former Maritime hockey star, Is.now.In Calgary, and vfill play with one }6f tho teams'In hat city this'.winter. LEVINSKY4V1LL GO TO THE.OLD COUNTRY 'Batlllhg1; was con- quered by Georges Carpentier, in- endb to go to England Ihls winter or several boute. He will meet Iho PHONE 410 FIFTH STREET F U R R I E R K-W Service Station Service Station far the famoni K-W Magnetos. All makes of rragoelcs, generators, eolla re- paired. Full stock lied. All work MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. Ill 4th Avenue Geuth' PHONE 735 vflnner of the Joe Beckett-Frank Moran-bout on January 16. Herald Football t..'p' Competition, ENTRY fJQRM GAMES PLAYED NOV. 6th Entries Cloie Nov. Sin, Midnight FJRST DIVISION Villa vs Albion.' Blackburn' vi Arsenal .Bradford va Evertbn, Spuri va Oldham. c Derby .va Bolton. NeWcaitle vs Burnley. THIRD DIVISION Brlltol vt Brentford. Exeter Watford. Luton va Mlllwal! va Swlndon. Reading vt Norwich. Plymouth vt Brighton. I enter the Herald Football Com- petition In accordance with the rules and conditions announced above, and agree to accept Ihe pub- lished decision as final and legally binding- Signed Address' Rubberized Tweed Coats Absolutely .'waterproof. Values tLal wero 530 anrf !33, ne-llnr now ot A wide rnuga of patterns end colon, belted, wllli natch nockels or plain styles with the slash pockets. SELLING NOW A MAGNIFICENT LINE OF SWEATER COATS In lieayy shades, with stiawl a aliario for any fancy- any taslc, Pullovei heavy roll collar All popubr Bh uur special prices LOUIS KEEL SHOP OF FASHION CrlAFT CLOTHES THE FLOR8HEIM SHOE' OLIVER BLOCK, FIFTH STREET ;