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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta Mit'JKJiBhK -1, WEEKLY HEHA1.D Negotiates 120 Yard Hurdles in 14 i-5. Seconds in London Anglo-Yank Crowd Present. LO.NDOX, Sept. J. Thomp- son ot Princo Albtrt, EwV., on" Canada's representatives on tbe Brit- Empire team which 1s competing ivith a ot United States athletes today, succeeded In beat ing the world's :cpord in the 120-yard a :urf course which ho won by about a fa'rd Hnd a bait from H. B. of Philadelphia: Walker; Smilh '.ot'.Chi- ugo.was third. rj Big Crowd LONDON, Sept. .Interest In'the British-American athletic :iaeet you can make your score count for both. The cooEer and you will enjoy the game. So Joe there Monday. Competition starts at 9.30 a.m! BRITISH AND AMERICANS A TIE LOMDON, the .BrlUstv American athletle meet '.it the Club todiy, with Olympic Altars of tKti nation In eoniptti- tloiu, eruhid in a with ffye to England and five to the United Statai... NEW WORLD'S RECORb Sept Mm 3-year-old colt, made a RUTH'S 45th BOSTON, Sept. Ruth of tho YaoXees cracked out his 45th hame run ot the season today in the third inning of the game against Bos- ton. There waa no .one on bates. Jones was on toe mound for Boston. FOOTBALL (By Old Dill.) a i urday aflernooa or'early in ihe ulug. And another thing, toys. are start-as a weekly football competition in the Herald, so there will be no need to'send your, money to Calgary this year. Sept. llth and away she 20 es................. PAGE THIRTEEN} RAY AND VARDON WIN WICHITA, Kansas, Sent. ward Ray and Harry Vardon had little troub'e winningover local golfers in their matches yesterday. !a the mora- ine they defeated Dr. lidgerton and H. P. Bagty, seren aad Bve. In Ui9 afternoon they. wen from Harry Hemple end Jack Sherman, a profes- sional, by the saaie score. turn- ed in 73, one Jess than par for the Ptfnit wanls the question ot his TILDEN GOES INTO SEMI-FINALS IN TENNIS TORKST HILL. X. Y., Sept. William T. Tilden ll..of Philadelphia, was the first man to go into the eeiut- imalround of the national lawn tennis etngtes championship tournament as a result ot his firth round match to day in which he defeated Walter brooi, the young 0etrcit star, in straight seti, 6-3, 8-6, Cord or BOUT POSTPONED Jv'BW ORLEANS, Sept. sche- duled 10-round bout between Pete Herman, bantamweight champion, and George Chinese' bantamweight, again postponed night due to ruiny weather. The fight will lato place1 tonight. it Is probable Adams will 41 louii wanvs 01 Aaams. will nfi am 4 i flo3venc7 to be determined by u jury, ford's city engineer. brought a crowd than 10.COO to itternoon. In their j Ihc of the Uvo tlefifil the" weather which threat- as the meet siarled. The speclatpin were disappointed R-hen the definite announcement Tras mailo that Charles Paddock ot Los Angeles, winner of theVlOO-nielre 'dash in. the'Olympic .would not par- ticipate on account of a'slight attack )f.pneumonia. This necessitated some rc'-nrrangenicnt of the United States starters. A. G. Hill. Ihe best of the British unable to compete be- cause or muscular trouble. Thi In'.t-niile relay run was won Ili6 team, by six yards in one minute 2-5 seconds. i TbDrnpson's Record iro hurdler was won by Rarl Tlicihpson, representing Canada uy a yv1 in 14 4-5 sec- Duds. Is a. world's turf ref-.r-l. Vh-" lime 14 4-5 seconds Tlij f'.Tt-dla'i iilso the worM'r' infonl tor the 120-ynrd hurdles on' .1 ciiuer truck and tit the Olympic gatacj hu sat a new mark for the 100- m.elre The Hrltlsh team won both the half- mile tY.-c-niHe relay races, the for- mer in 6ne ininuto 2il t3-5 seconds. In the two-mile- relay race, the' British "four won easily by thirty yards In seven minutes 53 1-5 seconds. It was composer! of Hector Phillips, Toronto; P.'J. Baker, England; F. D-.Mountain, England and B. G. D. Rudd ot South The United Stales Hcam-'com- prised J. Driscoll, Boston; Slichael t Devcrney, Xew. York; J. Ray, Chic- REII Lieut. D. N. Scott, United States army. The high jump was won by Great Britain. Tho American ieara .won the 400-. yard relay, The c'rowd out-rivalled in numbers and enthusiasm tha't of any save the opening day in the Olympic stadium nt AnUverp. ijMp'rd tor am lie and tu r- today, when he an bid at-Belniont'Park.- He ran 4-5 ai -record, llan O'War ran'at .blbitiTe odds of 1 to_ only 'Opponent HoOdfclhl; at 100 to 1. Man O'War carried iounds aud Hoodwink. 115. MRS.-BOURQUE DEFEATED VANCOUVER, Sept. Bpur-1 que, Winnipeg tennis star, was defeat- ed in the semi-final's yesterday after- noon, of -the ladies' singles, for the clay court championship of British Col-. innbia, by Miss Schreiner of Seattle, Wasbl, tho American player taking the set 6-3, 6-3. Miss Schreiner will meet Jlre. Milne, Vancouver today in the final for the title. CARPENTIER SAILS PAHIS, Sept Oarperitior heavyweight pugilist, left Paris today to sail on the steamer La Touraiue for New York. The steamer leaves Havre Ibis evening. Hello boys, here we are again. forget Monday morning at And bring tho wife you. We'want everybody see Lettibridge beit Calgary. North bethbridge delegate put in an appearance; at tbe league rceetins on Monday lilt after a long absence. rfrSarieT .what could hive hap- i-Mayba. ho. wanted to get on the Wei did n't forget Nbrth Letli- rldjev anYhow. "Byj the'-ip-ay, boys, there Is some talk of S benefit match tor Messrs. Ander- son iind..Bnle'mah. How about a game between tbe Old Uns and the Young Uns? Something like the following would be a'good game. THE UNS Breeze Clark Anderson Firth White' Ilulton Allan Itolberton Mclntyre Davies Easton -O- Llnning Linning Westlcy Kirby Ji. Earl Lakle Teimant .W. Dunlop. Kane W. Earl JSfcllvena THE YOUNG UNS Tile overage age of the Old Das is around 35. While the average age of the Young 13ns is around 20. How about it, you league The eama could Le played'some ig Mpney for You In Auto and Tractor Repairing to learn ;by our simple methods and competent Ihstruclors. Dig pay when you graduate. Many good paying-Jobs waiting for you. We.wlll give you the most thor- ough course in: Auto and Tractor Jtei'airiug, Welding, etc. .Money back -at end of first week it you are not satisfied this is the test s'chboi. WRITE FOR FULL INFORM AT I ON6 TODAY GARBUTT MOTOR SCHOOL, 68 City Maf-ket Bids. CUT DOWN YOUR TIRE EXPENSE by having us vulcanize yonr iSaniaBed 'tires. That will re- stortj tbenl' to long .service R'hether tb.e damage he a pin hole puncture or 'a long cut or tear: The eosl of tires is stead- ily Increasing. Our vulcanizing wilt relieve you of all worry 'on that scoria 'for long time to come. Lethbridge Works PHONE E; CHAPllfl, Ltthbrldge Economy is a bank into which men drop pennies and get dollars in return. The economy of Partridge Tires is in their durability. By giving long service they save new tire cttsts, and their de- pendable wearing qualities elim- inate the ex- pense of repairs. LTD. CALGARY Their Name LETHBRIDGE BRANCH At MACLEOD Miskc Declares Champion Can'l Knock Him Referee Yet HI N I ON HARBOI1 Mich Soul i! nnoiincoincrl 13 iu iSc rcf rret of die 10 four d bout tio-c Mon di> ifa K on ntveeii Jick Deiiipte) nnrl I I Mici c luj t [Io m< d to the sclu in u Ti r Unugnrrh of Phlla j i ntr o ill fnciul of Do but oflicir.l ivithheld ending the urnval cf lac'n al cf lac'n iltildy, from Olovctaiid eri, Isst night tbalf Helrli i i'1'ifil the he opjio th" felection of. Do igho-Lj 'mil rcijuc-il that a Mich J Igan man be chosen. Althoi n ncitpEcy nnd iUKke. finish ed their liartl they. will rnntinue to Arx lu puljl'c totnor row to natisfy tlin Wg crmviln that barf j m n d thn trnninf, tunp5 tonics to be ready and Kays ho b eager for Ihe battle: 'I am M fit ;in 1 was for (he chnniDinu said. feel as It ;I could go 50 roiintls at-toji. cptcd; -''I will be glsid to got infoMho rias to con- vince my oucnilefi' that 1 am .as-good If nnt bottfir thiin whc-n :l rJcteated Willanl. Mlsko'ls .winding, up his training supremely confident that he will hold the champion ovon and .that .nempsey will not knock. him out... The "challen- ger if finely trained to 190 pounds of tone find muscle. GOLF Monday, Sepl. should, sec fi crcjwd out for (no .coinpe lilloii for Hie president's, prize .donated I'fT.iuetatiier.'VThc play will be medal play, thn jirire. going7 ia HIP player with Iho lowest net score for 13 holes. Handicaps will he poslcd tit (he clnb house on the morning of thr In addition to the' above cumpell- lion there will bo a sweepstake com- liclllloii (r.troko) handlrnp, for ivhich Ilif) (-ntry foe will bo I'ilc. Of :-ourFO fliiK is disllnct Irom Hit rrcsidonl'G Prize couiiiclltlun, but "The Tires that Give Satisfaction. Motorists always have the "Picnic" Spirit- they enjoy, a relaxation, happy unconeern, when they drive a car equipped with Tires they know are strong and durable.and give no trouble'on the road. The Sure Tires, that take you there and bring you back, are the "Gutta Percha" Tires. Head Offices and Factory; TORONTO. PERCHA Sold and Used throughout the British Empire. ;