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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX i-HB LK'i'tJmruKrri DAILY SEPTKMPKM'7; 1920 BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus The Place Good Tastes SILVER GRILL "C..E. MOORE, MGR. Corner Fourth Ave. Fifth St. Dempsey Puts Miske Asleep in Third; Had His Own Way in Fight f Champion Gof Good Purse For His For While Miske Had Broken Kibs From Terrific Sliske Was Down Several Times. BEXTON HARBOR. Mich., Sent, 7. Dempsey, world's heavyweight champion, received J55.000 for batter- ing Billy Miske. the Paul chal- lenger, to defeat jntha third round of their scheduled ten round bout here yesterday, according to a statement of the receipts given out tortay by Mrloyd Filzslmmons, promoter of the contest. The total attendance of the Labor Day battle was 11.3JG and the -total receipts were Including state and war tax. According to. the articles of agree- ment Dempsey was. guaranteed (JOO with a privilege of accepting 50 per cent of the receipts. Miske foueht on a straight guarantee of lifter the knockout it was reported thai one of Miske's ribs had been Second New 5 9 4 Boston............... 0 7 1 Nehf and Snyder; Oescheger nnd O'Neill. SL Louis.......... 3 SI Cincinnati............. 5 HI 0 Haines, Lyons. North and ous; Ring and Wingo. Second St. Louis.........'.. 2 7 1 Cincinnati............. 4 13 2 Sciiupp and demons; Fisher, .Reu- ther ami Alien. Brooklyn............. 7 1 Philadelphia 3 7 0 broken by the terrific-punch he had Mammaur and Miller; Cau- received iu the.second-round, but the j Key, Hubbell and Tragressor. challeiiger was examined by two phy- Secouil sictans after ha reached Ills training Brooklyn camp and it was announced there that j Philadelphia there was no fracture. The spot under Miske's heart still 13 3 11 2 was red add sore today from the effects of the punch, which. Miske admitted, was the blow that .really started him toward defeat. His ribs are .bruised his jaw Is sore, but otherwise he Is none the worse for his experience. Demjisey did not bear a mark of the. battle. After be had diuuer with Promoter Fitzsimmous jmd a party of friends last ntght ho spent the rest of the evening dancing at a' sum- mer pavilion in St. Joseph. He plan- ned to -leave for Chicago late this afternoon and will immediately go east in search of new opponents to conquer. JSlske was heartbroken 'Over his defeat. He left the ring in tears as j Grimes, Mammauj, Smith and Mil- ler; Belts, Hubbell, Rlxey and Trn- AMERICAN LEAGUE Team Standings Won Lost SI Si SL Cleveland Chicago New York St. Loiiis linstou Washington Detroit Philadelphia Pet. .023 Hurriedly Gathered Team Put Up Some Spectacular Playing Gt 03 43 43 6S SATURDAY GAMES he had' hoped to stay the limit with j runs in Pempsey, as lie had done iu their i knocked two previous engagements. His fa-' Yanks Win and Lose BOSTON. Sept. Ruth made a new world's record for home Wycliife broke the tie with Leth- bridge Saturday evening at Park by -a score of seven to five when Lethbridge faced Ihern with a hur- riedly thrown togelber team. Steve Seaman Injured his arm while at i work arid bis place was taken by his 'GOO j brother Ales, who delivered as well 'JQJ us Steve could have done. '4511 slated lo boss the balls and strikes, no was Played on flrst. Injured .333 Utnkle all. .336 1 In the rush to get players Tommy J Evans picked lip a'young lad named C abler. He njpked a winner; as a fielder as Gahler pocketed several Herald Football Competition Week ending Sept close midnight Sept. 10 governing the competition are as follows: 1. The competition will be called The Herald Football Competition.. 2. Competitors will be entitleil to ss many entries as they desire, pro- vided each entry Is accompanied by twenty-five cents, and coupons to the number ot entries. 3. Competitors must cross out .the .names of the clubs they think lose aud cross out the 6bth it they consider a tow-will re- sulL Coupons can only be secured from.the sporting page of .The Her- ild. 5. All monies received will be re- turned in prizes. The. amount and numbers of prizes wil! be published avery Monday morning for lliat week's, gsn-.cs. Results of compe'.i- lions will be published every Wed- nesday "and .cUegues to successful competitors ,wijl be mailed- immed- iately oa receipt of confirmation by ths Athletic News; 6. All entries' hiusi be posted or delivered to'The Herald before mid- night en -'A' Friday post- mark outaide_of_the city of Lethbridge will considered as -ontatning'a leBiUma'te entry. 7. 'The name'arid "address 9f tie competitor: nfust' be clearly marked an eachrcoupon. 9.-- Stamps niust not be used as jaynient fo'r entries. 10. All -entries ;must be address- ed to the-Edltor. Football Competi- tion, .11. Tha Sporting .-Editor's decis- ion will .he final.- 12. Employees of The Herald are barred from-'tlio. competition. fourth when Snow.made the circuit after singling to centre. Crerar dish- ed tip two walks, to Sang and Wrist. In the Lethbridge got .four. HuSf started off by drawing single season when out his 40th in ther second contest with' Boston loday. nicc drives, lloucber was expected i from Clark, who relieved down but di'l not put iu appearance, j Crerar as pitcher. Morrison got hit Carney took Wrist's place.behind thelby a pitched ball and Turcotte drew pitcher. The home boys made and wife were ringside epecta-1 after driving his 45th tora' !ga in the first! ive errors ring the game against three 6f-the game. 'New York took the first! i boys.. However, the errors BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. j NATIONAL LEAGUE Giants Win Protest Game New York's victory over Phila- delphia July 5 was affirmed with em- phasis loday. Under" a ruling ot Pres- ident lleydler 'ot tbe National league, Ibe teams today took the field as of the first half of the seventh inning wilb two oul. Stengel on third and Fletcher was on second. The filial scoro on July 5 was G to 0, in New- York's favor, but today in the replay of the eighth inning tho Giants added seven more runs, making the score 13 to 0. Tlie protest resulted' after Um'pire.McConnick. declared Fletcher .Cincinnati 'Brooklyn York Pittsburg Chicago. St: Boston PhllaiTelphia Team Standings Won Lost 74 72 or, 65 62 50 SI 54, 5G 58 C2 lie 69 72 77 Pet. .575 .554 .516 .500 .473 .410 .393 GAMES Brooklyn .Trounces Boston BROOKLYN Sept. Brooklyn scored its second shutout In succes- sion, today when it beat Boston 10 to 0 The visitors made 12 nils off sensational neidiog cut off a number'of runs. The Dodgers sot 17 bits off Watson and Oeschger. Score: R. H. B. JBoston.................. 0 32 2 Brooklvn .........10 17 i Watson, Oeschger and O'Neill; Ca dord'and Kruger. Pittsburo Wins from Cubs PITTSBURG, Sept. 4. won from Chicago S 10 the homo team coining from behind' In the nlgblh-ivhaii a base on balls, followed by a triple.and a sacrifice fly brought hi tft-o runs. Score: It. H. E. Chicago 2 !i 1 .Pittsburg 3 i Tyler and O'farrell; er and.Schmidt. an i ,i gama o-to-3, and Boston the second, !made by Wvclln'c proved more costlv a walk. .Hnow. grounded to short and got a life oil an error. Hull got' home when Crerar failed to handle, an ?asy throw, allowing it to get. out: behind shortstop. Morrison and Turcotte got ithau those bv the locals, aS four -when Snow grounded and Sang stance came with no one on Doth went into the right field bleach practically atlributed -Jo errors brought Snow home wilh' a fielder's one .iimingB in lavor 01 ers, the first heing made of Jones in Huff Out of Luck g mae o ones n i L. inniug'ot tlie'fiA -anei catching for was, and the second oft in Hie' running in bad luck. On two -occa- inning of contest Ruth this year has made: at one bomer in every ball park iu sions he nearly got laid, out hy being j struck on the head in near the A. -Lowe, rf That ended Ihe scoring of. Ihe game and darkness slopped every- thing at the end of' Ihe sixth. Box Score AB R H PO A B American league, aulhought- he, has made Ihe most In New York. The plate. home am 'r ,1, H knocked II dff down and iu.1 another inning both Huff-and. Seaman went after an infield fly arid: Huff got retired on a force-but at second when Umpire Harrison, working behind the j J1 First game New York Boston plate, ruled a pop fly by Wrightstone as-an infield fly which- would auto- maticatly prevent a force out. Score: H. H. E. Philadelphia 7-.......... 0 4 4 New 13 16 1 Causey, Huobell, Bells and wheat; Nehf, Perritt and Smith. St. Louis Trims Cincinnati 'ST. LOUIS, Sept. single by Heathcote in the second scored Mc- Henry and Lavan, giving Si. Ijouis a victory 4 to 2 over CinciuDati. 'It was Doak's sixth successive victory. Collins. Shawkey' and Hannah; ones. Harper, Avers, and Schang. Second New York....... 3ostou Jfays aud Ruel; Score: Cincinnati St. Louis'..'..' Reuther, Xapier and Wingo; and C-Iemons, JJilhoefer. II. H. E. 2 S 1 4 13 1 Eoak Giants Shut Out Philadelphia NJ3W .YORK, Sept. York chut out Philadelphia to 0. Young made a remarkable calch of Kletch- er's drive In the fourth, leaping into the air and turning halt way round to catch the ball with bis gloved hand. Score: It. n. Philadelphia (1 o Sew York...'............] .f, i Meadows. Belts mid Wlth- '..erow; Douglas nnd Smith. v I hurt again. -Alex started off well in the flrst iuciug. only four men facing him. In the second inning lie struck out-three batlers in succession, but in tbe third Vvyclifie brought in three runs on two hits. Two errors'tbunted against the locals in that session, Lowe, Ault mid E. ij 9 0 and Seining. Athletics Win in ThlrteBnlh PHILADELPHIA Sopl. Washington a three-run Alb- lelicss kept pegging away and won to- day's game in the 13th Inning, fi to 4. Score! Washington ____ Philadelphia Erickson and Gljarrity; Argue scoring. In the fifth inning Gahler came to the front with, a vengeance. Both Lowe and Ault put.long drives into the local boy's aud lie got both of them, for two outs of that inning.' In the Ihlrd inning Oah. made a nice catch of a long one Naylpr and Perkins Cleveland CLEVELAND. retained first place by 'defeatin from MeTier. Four runs were scored by the visl nbmmelf i tor's l'ie sixth. The ilrst-two men cracked three-base drives to cen. Ire and then MeTier, Ihe Holds to Top homo on a passed ball. "r i ,Vf.n firrt In .Ini-n tn f-nnlrn in Sept. A'uit; If........-.- 2b........'. Crerar, p JlcTIer, 3b Ilarke, Ib Adamsbn, ss Argue, ct McMann, c Huff, c Morrison, 3b Turcotle, If ss Evan s', cf Sang, 2b Wrist, ib Gahler, rf A. Seaman, p Badiiit Micbl Sporting Editor, Fernie, B. C. Sept. 1, 1920. Lpthbrldi'o Herald. Ih.your'-lsBne. of Se'i pleinber Don't Overlook-- The values we ave offer- ing in Mattel-Measure Clothing. We'''have a of goods that beat anything we have far a loh'g is s I .how you these 'b... clothes at pre- war prices. Bert Kesfef's L MEN'S -Home of 20th Century 'Clothing ALEXANDRA HOTEL BLOCK ON THE CORNER i9 7 G IS AB R H PO 4 18 5 5 (this session. Ales Seaman I struck nut the nest two men. then Two SUNDAY. GAMES Boston............... 1 4 1 Brooklyn t........ 2 6 0 'McQuillan and -Oowdy; Marfinard and Miller. I'iltsburg 0 3 0 Chicago............... 3 7 1 Ponder, Xinn and Schmidt; Alexan- der and OTarreli, Cincinnati............. 6 12 2 St. Louis..............4 10 2 Kller and Allen; Kircher, Sbertlcl and'Dilhoefer. Philadelphia........... 1 n 1 New York S' fl 2 Rlxey, Enzraan and Wltherow; lien- ton, Perritt and. Suyder. Chicago............... V, 12 1 Pltlslnirg............. 2 S 2 Mnrlln and OTarreli; Cooper, Wis- ner and Haeffner. Second 1 jl'ittabnrg.............12 If, 0 Ilailey, Carter, Jaeiner and O'Kar- rell; Hamilton and Schmidt. .NRIV York............. n 2 (1 Boston........, rt o Barnes and Kmllb; Kllllnglm and Cowdy. De- troit 12 to 3. N'elther Ayres nor, Morriselte; who pitched for Detroit, succession put two-men on effective or had control. Score: H. 11. n. Detroit 3 10 .1 Cleveland 1J 18 I Morlsetlo. Ayrcs rni'l Miir.ion; Cald- well anil O'Neill. I base? aud tlio'n A. a tliree- base hit to centre, the third of the inning. Ault went out at first, retir- ing the side. Lethbridge did not score until the Chicago Splits With St. Louis CHICAGO. Sept. brokft its losing streak by dividing a double header with SI. Ixmis. T'ie visitors took the' first game ij to a in Hi in- nings, while Chicago won tho second 5 to 2. Clcotte wns Hie victim of the IniMjiI game, being bit hard through- out, Chicago bunched hils in the second. tVrt H. II. E. St. I-luls............... C II 4 Chicago................ 12 and Sevcireid; 1 cotte anil Hchalk. (Second SI. Louis........ j Chicago......... I Ooberry and Hill snd Hrhalk. and Ruel. Second Philadelphia...... 3 3 4 New York............. v 0 Harris and Perkins; Slmwke.v and Ruel. SI. MOTOR BOAT CHAMPION TORONTO, Sent. II.j owned by Fred. Killer, of this city, having won three straight motor boat races, became the holder, of the Inter- national gold cup ,for displacement boats. The final race was a close one with Speeder II ant] Leopard V hot contestants. The winner's 'time lor the thirty miles was 3rd; we notice a write-up of the Mutz Cup game.between -Fertile and.Michel' at a, statement to the effect thatithe'FerSio team.were- hold- ing up the replay. For 'your information, neither team has. Jo-do.wills the. replay, except to advised 1 by the executive of. the Crows' Nest' Pass Football: jeague, and as yet 1 Fernie til's game' is goiugjto be playe'd.1 i With the'Cooper-Cup 'games in full is going to he pretty difficult for- the -league executive-to find a lielow is a copy of a' letter from the secretaryot'tlieTjislriet league, which 'speaks for To l Football Team.' Fernie; B.- Gj Cup Jear-SIr: In.tlie matter of the replay for the final pf.-ttie'.Mijlx Cup. tbe ex- ecutive decided that the game should be played Creek oil the first convenient Sunday, you will be'ad- vised of the date iat'eiv 'Yours truly. Sec. As far as goal keeper, s will always be on hand .when However, when we play Michel we .dpu't need any goal keeper. Michel seems :lo be worried about not having tfme to play any games ir the Cooper Cup. S However they wil uiiollfied' yesterday for the'United States amateur title In .the championship'tournament on liie course of .the Engineers' Club. was 161. 2 7 .11 (I.I Weilinan. Sothoroii and Soveroid; Malls and O'Neill. St. Louia.............-a 10 0 Cleveland.........-.. 0 15 2 Davis anrl Morton, Clark, f. P.agby and.O'Neill. 'Boston......... GIANTS WON ONE GAME AT THE HAT MEDICINE HAT, Scpl. losing the last two games, here, tbe Winnipeg Giants cnme back an'd de foaled the Monarehs'last night by a score of H-7. It was not as good a game as these teams generally Pul up, but was highly. Interesting and some good baseball staged at times, have lots of Uma after Sunday, as they play i'ernle 'at Ferule In'tlio first ronhd of the Cooper Cup, and Michel will he relegated to tbe second division. Yqurs'truly, KXECUTIVE rURNlE UNITED FOOTBALL TEAM GRIEft QUALIFIES N. Y.', .Sept. P. Grier, Canadian amateur champion, Herald Football Competition GAMES PLAYED SEPT. 11TH' CLOSING DATE SEPT. 10TH MIDNIGHT Flrtt plvltlon Arsenal vs. Manchester Citv. Aston. Villa vs.. Tottenham Hot- spur. Blackburn Rovers vs. Sunderliind. Bolton Wanderers vs. W. Urom. Albion. Second Division Fulliam vs. West Ham: Hull City Bristol City. South {Shields vs. BaniBley. Wolverhampton 'vs. Third Division Oiljlngham -vs. Merthyr Town. Norwich Vs. Crystal Palace. Northampton vs. Watford. Soutbamptoa vs. .Portsmouth. I enter the Herald Football Com- petition In accordance with the .rules nnd conditions, announced above, and agree to accept the pub- lished decision as final and legally binding, Signed Address R. 2 !i 0 10 0 C. Williams EARTHQUAKES IN HOME. Sept. marked earth- nuakc shocks were'reported this morn- .ing from points In Tuscany. Casual- j ties had resulted, the reports stated. J( j and Ihe u'uthorilies have sent nld. CUI DOWN YOUR TIRE. EXPENSE ijy hating us vulcanize your damaged tires. That will re- .store them to long servlcfl whether- the damage bo a pin hole puncture or a long cut or tear. The cost of tires' Is stead. 'Hy Increasing. Our vulcanizing will relieve you of all worry on that score long time to come. _j Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works -E, CHAPLIN. LcthbrlJge. LETHBRIOQE BRANCH At MACLEOD 712 3rJ AVE. S. B. CHAPLIN, SUNDAY GAMES Delroft............... 3 1 Clevclrinii............. -t s Dauss ond Mankni; IJagby and O'lVclll, Xnnamakcr. St. 1 G 1 Chicago............... 4 S.I Vanflilder and Kerr aiid Schalk. Boston............... 3 1 0 Washington...... ft 0 Pennock, Karr and Court- ney, Acostn and fihnrrlly. MONDAY'S GAMES Detroit............... 10 1 Chicago............. 6 S 2 Khmke, Baumgartnor and Mftnlon; Faber and Kchalk. Seconil Detroit............... 4 8 1 Chicago............... n, Ayers, Daumgartuer and Stauage; i Hodge and Schalk. Philadelphia........... i 5 3 N'ew York'............. 4 e 1 Ketfc Thormahlen Jones and Second IlOHton........, Washington......... Hnyt Schang; PJL-illitU. .ry and 71 6 12 1 Blemlller nnd .WESTERN CANADA MONDAY'S GAMES .Edmonton Saskatoon Calgary Winnipeg' .Moose Jaw Rogina MONDAY'S GAMES Indianapolis Toledo (railed In 11th account Colnniblis Louisville Jiinneatiolls St. Paul Kansas City Milwaukee INTERNATIONAL MONDAY'S GAMES Baltimore Jersey City Buffalo 9; Akron 0. Rochester yoronto Syracuse-Reading, rain. FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN The price Is not the only attraction lo be considered with tbls special range of Vine Worste'ds. The quality s especially remarkable. Coupled.-with splemHd wearing qualities Is our service to fit you virtues of economy" that can be recognized aside from our special price. FIFTH STREET LOUIS KEEL SHOP OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES AND TUB FLOKSHE1M SHOE Service Station Mr the famous K-W, Magnetos. AH makes ot magnetos, generators, colls paired. 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