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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ssrx THE LETHBRWGE DAILY SKPTKMBKR 1920 I I BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus OH; HELLO-II DOCTOR! SHOULDN'T BE lt-1 THIS SUCH V.-ORK IT'5 MMbt-E TD The Place Good Tastes SILVER GRILL C. E. MOORE, MGR. Corner. Fourth Aye. Fifth St. BASEBALL TONIGH1 AT 6, Wycliffe and All-Stars In Tie Game, One All; Best Game of Season Xidhbridge OutbatM liu( Sen-lints off Mulholland'e delivery, didn't! Fielding Holds B. J "cure ihmn in bunches except in the BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League NATIONAL LEAGUE Inning, he touched for C. filing In ,'ifour Singles, in a after two were four "resulted in only one! i run owing'to sharp fielding, Clerk Cincinnati making the return tour ot the paths. r 1 On the showing ot the two teams jlast night they are very evenly bal- la-'J kf.owi' and should put up a fine scrap Slut's Played Error- less 'ijall! Team Standings Lost Brooklyn Now York Plttsbu.rg Chlcag uiiix-u iinu suuuiu jmi u nut} bcrLiji I I brand ol tail Hist was to be trotted; lhls evening. Seaman will likely flo'j Louis out for their inspection at Eckstorm j moand dllty for the'locals, i-irden last niglu they would have] score- been out to. the lunu of a thousand instead of (lie three or four hundred who really ijid Vitness the best game ft the season to date. Letubrldge All- Stars'and'Wyellffe, 11. C., the Cham- AH. It. H. PO. A. E. A. Qrowe; tf- Crowe, 2b. 2b. If. tc.ira of the lumber ramps, whidi'l preraj. sl is on ils way to play the champion iV" _ w. 4 0 2 0 1 1 1 Monardis of M'edlcine Hat. staged 1V1 tie for tiie edification of the fans, and It's bet there'll be double uiminer out tonight to', see the Ault. p. Argra, cf..... Clerk, Ib..... c. last gaina of the series; ft was-big league ball. t i Lelhbrldge was .lucky to get aj AbL-STAEB Green.lf...... Call. Jb. Boston...... Philadelphia 70 71 63 61 60 53 60 50 It .5001 ,.403 Runners Up Wi nurmers up win BROOKLYN', Sept. Crimes held Philadelphia to four. hits' loiliy and Brooklyn celebrated; Its home-coming by a shutout victory, 6 to 0. 3 0 0 Score: Philadelphia....... 1 Smith, Enzmatin Grimes and Miller. R. H. 0 "4 0 16 d raw 'on llic -baiting the boys dis- Wyclifffe out-halted them ten plajed to two. 30 1 10 21 4 4 AB.-R. H. PO. A. B. lint If the locals were weak! Evans, rf. viilt who really deserved to win hisi game b> (be shutoul route. Tommy r.nd were the only play- era to connect safely, the former in tuc third he lined .out 'a two- bigger and Snow in the fourth. Snow's )nt matured Into a run. He was the; first Usttcr up, hitting safely. He! went to second when Morrison was thrown out short to first. Sang ttruck out. Tfen Hob we entruck at .ST. slaughtered three -pitchers hits today and defeated St. Louis 12 to 5. R. K. E. Cincinnati ...___ 12 17.' 1 St. Louis..........''..., B 7 4 Lutiue.'Brenton and Allen, "UTingo; Jacobs. Echupp, Goodwin and Schnei- der, demons. Giants Dolng'Better YORK, Sept. New Tork iston 7 to 2 today.--Tho Country League Soccer Will Be tition on Saturday Sept. Fans.Eligible to Competition Opens With m frizes the big football leagues in the old land are away again to a big start, and judging by the enormous crowds attending the opening games, interest in the games Is greater, than.ever. This year the Southern League gives way to Division No. 3 of tHe. English League, and In addition to th- first, second and third divisions, there Is the great Scottish. League. Ar.d ths interest Is not confined by any means to the tight little isle, for every team's progress will be watchtd with keen interest by fans all over the world. Lethbridge and the Crow's Nest Pass take no second place .In point of Intere'st, and The Herald, in response to numerous requests from fans all over Southern Alberta, will run a Footbal! Competition every'week during the season. may send In as'many entries ss they wish, pro- vided each entry Is on a coupon cut from the Lethbridge Herald, and accompanied by the entry fee. of twenty-five cents. Coupons will appear every day In the Herald. All moneys received will be awarded In prizes, and the Herald will award for the first week the sum of to the nearest nuesses. CTl.rbe; announced In ..Wednesday's {allowing- each Saturday's cbmpetitlon; based pn.teltgraphic reports, but will not be paid' until confirmation received In the Old CounVv sporting The competltlbn is confined to the English Leagues for the first couple of weeks, but as as the Scottish fixtures come to hand they will be included-In the competition Herald Football. Competition ENTRY FORM GAMES PLAYED SEPT. 11TH CLOSING DATE, SEPT. 10TH MIDNIGHT First Division Arsenal" VB. Manchester City. l Aston Villa vs. Tottenham" Hot- spur. Ulackburn Hovers VB. Sundcrlaiid. IJoIlon Wanderers vs. Urom. Albion. Second DivUlcn West Hum. Hull Cily vs. Bristol City. Sontb Shields vs. Bnrnsloy. Wolverhamptou vs. Bury. Third Division Giilinghain vs. Mcrthyr Tovru. -Norwich vs. Crystal Palace. Northampton vs. Watford. Southampton vs. Ports'moiitli. I enter the Herald Football Com- petition iu accordance with the rules and conditions aanounced above, and agree to accept the pub- lished decision as .final and legally, binding. r: Signed Address We can a Suit of individual measiire from the.: finest' wool and silk and wool English AVjdvsteds' and tweeds, from to che4pQi; tha'n any! other line we.know oi-i- "ihis is something 'special'. Bert MEN'S SHOP Home of 20th. Cent'iry.i ALEXANDRA HOTELl BLOCK ON be saved for breedtiiK: puVposes. Capt. Harrison lives at Sask. three wide ones iut the Ihlrd strike sol past the catcher. throwing to' first to catiai Robiver, McCann thre and Snow romped home with the Lcthbrldge score. seldom evcm threatened AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Columbus 2; Toledo 4. Indianapolis 2; Louisville S. (No others INTERNATIONAL (N'o games Xcw York Rudolph and O'Neill; Snyder. 10 4 7 -II1 2 Toney "and AMERICAN LEAGUE WESTERN CANADA At Edmonton 2; W The locals after tha liega Cleveland Js'etv York Chicago i St. Louis I Boston..... t Washington Detroit Philadelphia Team Standings Won" Lost !7 IS 77 63 61 53 49 51 50 55 65 G7 3 At 6; Saskatoon 13. Moose LABOR Recruit Loses PHILADELPHIA, Sept. Pet. .611 .COS .605 .516 .434 .442 After Herald football Competition Week ending Sept. close midnight Sept 10 governing the competition are as follows: 'TnVcompetitionrwltI The -'Herald 2. .Competitors will fee entitled to .us many entries as they desire, pro- vided each entry is? accompanied by twenty-five. cents; }apd coupons to the nuruber'o'f 3. cross out the names of the clubs they (think Fill and cross put the names of loth if they couside'r a draw will re- suit. 4. Coupons can only secured from the. sporting page of The Her- sld. 5., All monies received -will be re- turned In prizes. Th'e amount and numbers of prizes Will be published Monday week's games. morning for that Results of competl- lions will be published every Wed- nesday apnd cheques to successful competitors will bo mailed immed' iately on receipt of conflnnation by [ho Athletic News. 6. All must bo1 posted or delivered- to The Herald before mid- night on Fridays; A Friday post. mark from points outside of the city of Lethbridgo 'will ho considered as containing a legitimate entry. holding Washington to three scattered hits in tho first four Innings of today's same, Knowllon, a recruit pitcher weakened in the Washing- ton won H to 6. Score: it. u. E. Washington ...........'II 15 1 Philadelphia.........." s 11 5 Shaw and Gharrity; Knowlton. Moore and Perkins. HEt-D UNDER THE AUSPICES OF ABOVE ORGANIZATIONS AT THE EXHIBITION GROUNDS, Lethbridge LABOR DAY, Monday Next, SEPT, 6 FIELD AND TRACK'EVENTS, FIVE-A-SIDE FOOTBALL CON- TEST, WRESTLING ON HORSEBACK, TENT PEGGING, ETC BY THE R. C. M, P., TUO-OF-WAR, BABY SHOW, ETC. Admission to grounds (including Gents SOc; Ladies 25c; Children under 16, Free White Sox Trimmed CHICAGO, Sept. double, following two singles gave St, Louis a 2 to 1 over Chicago today. Score: .in. 'II. K. St. Louis................ 3 T o Chlrago............... s (i .Davis ami Sevcreid; Fator, Wilkin- son and Schalk. Tigers Bump Indians Sept. de- feated Cleveland In tha Indians' first gatno at home 'since August 15, a score o! 1 to 0. Scorer n. H. K. nntrolt i 5 o Cleveland o 7 2 Leonard and Stamigc; fovclcskle and O'Neill. J Yanks Win IJOSTON. Sent. York won j Irom Boston today 5 to 3. 1 Score: rt. II. K. New York............, 5 s 0 Boston................ 3 )1 1 Qnlnn, Mays and liuel, Hannah; Iloyl, Kerr and Schang. PACIFIC Seattle Vernon a.' Ixis Angeles 6; Salt Lake 3 Portland 1; Hnn Franclsrn 2 Oakland 2; t Sieve Seaman Will lie Hope of Local J5o.vs To Krcak Tic Commencing at 6 p.m. today baseball promoters wijl give their fans a view of (He fastest aggre- gation of white bajl that have been in Lcthbridgo days. 'Those who saw -the tie game Eckstorm-Park.last were loud In thtlr praise, of. the game snd toniohl'J should as good. V Steve Seaman will be on tho mound for the boys and as everyone .-Steve always pitches a firsUlaii'-flame. ?rhe game be called sharp on time and Is bound to be full of pep frcn- ttginnlng to end. Huff work- Ing b6hlnd Steve tonight will make a good combination, Come and tec them work. It's .a poor recommendation of her biscuits when a widow tells how fond tcr late fcusoatid VaS of tliom, T A I L 0 R Sept. olniiding in tile Won.- Lost Pet. Baltimore Toronto 'VANCOUVER, Sept. Oria, EVENT OF THE SEASON LABOR DAY (MONDAY) SEPT. 6th Genuine "Rainbury" O.vercoats 7. The name and address of the competitor must be clearly marked on each coupon. .9. Stamps must .not be used as >aymenl for entries. 10. All entries must be address- ed to l.he Editor, football Competi- tion, Herald, Ixsthbrtdgo. 11. The Sporting ion will be final. 12. Employees of Tho Herald aro barred from the competition. COUNTRY FOOTBALL .LONDON, Sept. Canadian Associated football results today follow: Second Division Leicester 4. Hury 0. Third Division Queens Park 1, Northampton 2. Suansea 2, 1. 410'FIFTH STREET Service Station Service Slallon for the famous K-W Magnetos. AH makes of magnetos, senoralors, coils re- paired. Full slock of repair parts car- ried. AH work guaranteed. .'MAQNET3 HECHAflaED The Roy Electric Co, 618 4th Avenue South i PHONE 735 Lightiic.5g, warmth and rain- resisting tjviality are essential- ly embodied iiv these fine! Kail Overcoats. Made of guaran- teed English All Pure Wool. 'Jlie material is light, closc- tcxturcdj warm, becaus? it per- mits free circulation of air, and absolutely showerproof. Tlujse Overcoats aro roomily cu'., com- yet. nsscntially smart. Kull, iron lines ntitl wlilo skirt. Tlaglan .Motives or ncl-ln idibuMers, Shown in tang, olives nnil dark grceiiE. Designed In filcnse thn man of taste nnd meet hla buslnoss nectla. 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