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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX. THRTETHBRIPGB WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1920 BRINGING UP FATHER By -G. McManus Pro Bono Publico To those who haven't, Should! Eat At Th9 SILVER GRILL Opea Day and Night Wo Buy the Beit, Cook the Best and Give the Bert Service In Town SIGN: GOOD EATS SILVER GRILL C. E. MOORE, Manager.. 4th Avenue and 5th Street Hockey Rink Comes Up Thursday Important L. A. A. A. Meeting Has Been Called For That Evening Thoughts of winter shorts are now occupying the minds of many in Lethbrltfge at the present time. AKHough the Herald understands that practically no active work has been done so far In organizing a hackey team, the question is be- ing considered, and plans are be- ing thought out. On Thursday night, ip the city L. A.- A. Al fell I hold a It Is possible thai the first step will be taken that night. The question of the rink will be brought up and an effort will be mads to decide on the manage- ment for the coming winter. It will be remembered that Judge Jackson made an offer to the L. A. A. A. In regard to the rink which was accepted at the time. Last winter Lethbridge had a splendid hockey team, carrying the provincial amateur championship and losing out in a game at Winnipeg with Fort Wil- liam for the trip east. Circum- stances surrounding that game have net been forgotten ancMtwill plan this year to see, weath- er .permitting, that plenty of portunlty wlllbe given hockey players to keep in v Moire support from the public fsjifiped for this winter In regard to keeping up the skating rfnk. EDMONTON MAN WINS V GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. NATIONAL LEAGUE i Rcgina Easily Defeats Bronks in Play OlT For West. Can.' j Championship Cincinnati 1 Brooklyn! fNew- York 4PUUbu.rg iCbScago St. Louie Boston f... Philadelphia Team Standings Won Lost 13 76 72 67 66 63 51) 57 53 Gl 67 03 72 7S Pet. .575 .56S .654 .523 .495 .473 .410 .400 Pirjlcs Defeat Cubs Sept. wound lip its season hero with a 7 to i 4- (ielect, PlttsburE landing on'.Vau- ighu's delivery st will. Score: R. H. E. Chicago 4 9 2 PliUbucg 790 Vaughn, Cheeves and O'Farrell; Carlson, Adams and Schmidt. Brooklyn Evens Series PHILADELPHIA, Sept. evened, the aeries with Philadelphia bjr, winning a double-header today, 4 to 0 and 9 to 5. Second game: R. H. E. Iroohlyu '9 12 i Philadelphia.......... 5 6 4 Smith and Miller; Riiey and With- 'OW. scheduled. New York-Boston, ralu. REC1.VA. Sept. the piay-otf; for tho championship of the Canada League, between the winners of the first and second half of tho eague season, Reglua defeated Cal- ;ary, 5 to 1, in Ihe first ot a nine-1 rame homo and home series. The team winning luo first five games will be! declared the winner. Score: R. n. K. Jalgary............... i 2 21 5 10 Steengrs.te and Wirts; Pilletle and iVhallng. LEAGUE CALGARY, Sept. larg- est and most successful meet of the Alberta Golf Association was concluded en Monday afternoon, amidst a large enthusiastic gal-- lery, who witnessed the winning of the amateur championship by J. Mimro Hunter, of the Edmonton Golf and Country Club. In, the ladles' championship match Miss Oardlner of SL Andrew's Golf Club defeated Mrs, H. K, Reed of the Calsary Golf and Country Club. pAcmc COAST Seattle 2, Oakland o. others scheduled.) INTERNATIONAL Akron 2, Toronto 9. Itochcsler-Buffaio, rain. Syracuse 4-4, Baltimore 13-17. Jersey City 7, 15. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Indianapolis 4-t, Toledo B-S. (No others scheduled.) Herald Football Competition Week ending Sept. close midnight Sept. 10 governing the competition are as 1. The coiiiiwtllloa will be called Tlie Herald Football Competition. 2. Competitors will Ins eutltled lo as ninny entries as they desire, pro- vided each entry is ucconijiantcd by twenty-five cents, aud coupons to Uio number o[ entries. 3. Competitors must cross out the names of the clubs they think fdll lose and cross out the names of (rath il they consider n draw will re- sult. J. Coupons can only bo secured from tlia sportiug paee of The Her- sld. 5. Alt monies received will be re. turned in prizes. The amount and prizes will bo published svery morning for that week's games. Results of competi- tions will be published every Wed- nesday and cheques to successful competitors will ba mailed Immed- iately on receipt of confirmation by Athletic News. C. All entries must be posted or Jelivored to Tiio Herald before mid- night on Fridays. A Friday post- mark from points outside of tha city of Lethbridgc- will ba considered as containing a legitimate entry. 7. The name and address ot the competitor must lie clearly marked on each coupon. 9. Stamps must not be.used as jaynient tor entries. .10. All entries must lie address- ed to the Editor, Football Competi- .Lethbrldge. 11: -The Sporting Editor's decis- ion will be final. 12. Employees o! The Herald are barred from the competition. Cleveland New York Chicago Louis aoston..... Washington Detroit..... Philadelphia Team Standings Won Lost SI S3 81 64 5'J -42 45 K 52 63 69 69 SO 87 Carl Pitches Shutout XBW YORK, Sept. 'Mays pitched shutout bali today, Xnc: York winning from Philadelphia, 2 to 0. Score: H. n. R Philadelphia...... o I New s Perry, Honimell aud Perkins; Slays and Huel, Hannah. Divide Double-Header WASHINGTON7, Sept. ton made it four oat of five from Bos- WON ST. LEGER .152 .3S5 .325 In Golf Competition, Labor Day, For President's Prize LONDON, Sept. Can- adian 100 to 0, today won the great St. Leger race; Silvern, S to 1, was second, and Manton, 33 to 14, was tliird. Fourteen horses ran. It "was Ideal golf on the p l! holiday and a good number returned i 11 cards. The secretary of the club. Win. i Crawford, and H lloiigeau tied for first place in tfeo President's Prize.j They will have to replay'IS holes to decide the winner for'this year. Tte best cards are given herewith. TERMS OF THE NEW ton by splitting even in a double- header today. Second game: u. H. K. 1 Myers aud Walters; Courtney, j AcoatJt and Gharrity. Detroit Shuts Cut Chicago CHICAGO, Sept. won its N third victory of the season over Chi- cago today by shutting out Ihc'Iacals, 5 to 0. Score: n. u. E. 0 Chicago...... 0 5 of played I for on Labor Day. Sent.- Cth. 1920: Score. Net. ibi .FRENCH LOAN Leonard nn'd Stanage; Kerr, Wilkin- son and Schalk. (Xo others scheduled.) LONDON, Sept. Canadian isaoclated League tames played yesterday resulted as follows: Hungers 2, Albjon Qaeens Park 3, Dumbarton 0: Miiren 3, Kilmarnork 2. Celtic 1, Mothc-rwell 0. NBW YORK, Sept. P. Morgan and Company, aa syndicate i today announce tho terms oC the now I nOD.OOO.OOd French, loan, a 25-vcar, sj Iier cent.- external gold obligation (o run from September '16 next, Tho bonds constitute a direct Jien on the French government which has agreed to redeem them without reduction for any'French liues on or bcfort Septem- ber 15, 1945.. Sub'scriplion books will be open next Thursday, at 100 and accrued interest. TWINS 82 YEARS OF AGE CELEBRATE BIRTHDAY NEW YORK, Sept. old- est In Connecticut, Phllo and Hllo .Cleveland, celebrated their 82nd birthday anniversary yesterday by working In a garden. Mils, who lives In Plymouth, has the finest-looking garden In that town, according to neighbors. Phllo lives in Fullcvillc, and was married only three years ago. Juo. Mair..... II Carberry W. 11. Turner m w ion 110 n. Hincks 112 22 30 14 30 IS 2S 2S IS 24 1C en I Instead of a record-breaking entry for !hc qualifying round'in the Cap- tain's Prize, only sereu turned in scorccanls. The draw finds I. V. Manchester the lucky one of Hie a bye out into IHr fourE. The arc- paired ns follows: Hume vs. Kirk- ham. MuirvE. N. T. Jlaclcod, Mongcau vs. MacKay. Sept. major ity of the athletes who representec Canada in the recent Olympic games- arrived, here last night but without warning, so that their only welcome was from officers and directors of the Montreal Amateur Athletic As- sociation., licit Schneider was the only champion among them; The western members of tho team con- tinued their journey to Toronto to- gether with those for tho cxtrerno west. The members of the foam eiprcssr ed high praise of tbo treatment they had received, at tho hands of ISose in choree of tlie Olympiad, Tho following adjustments have been made, in the handicaps-and arc effective 'for Hnptcniber: Mongeau MacKay 3S. Wm. Crawford 20. Tho result of this Bogey competition for August finds Dr. Craig first, 4 Has Praise for Messrs. Cufh- bert arfd Torn Gil- lespie Harry Tardon was 'much impressed iy the play of Messrs. Tom Gillespie, f Calgary, and J. T. Cuthbert, of Vinnipeg, during the match played at Vinnipeg. Writing ill the Free Press, Vardon says: "Cuthbert showed to great advaii- .age, playing mbro sparklingly from i ho viewpoint ot the gallery tban did lis partner, but I-could see early in .he match that they were playing as a team rather th'au as Individuals, j was taking many, and, as it happened today, the breaks I were not often In his favor. Con- j sidering his play by detail and for- letting that his score was low i as tbat of Cutbbert'B, I would say that ne.is one. of the nicest golfers t have bceoroe acquainted with on th'Is tonr. lie drives, with'good style and to gopd ieuBth, nnd his approach shots ars not to be denied. He did not dis- himself after be got on the greens, bat I observed ho was play- ing His shols for more than they were worth, as a.part ot his team play.'and it is safe thing to bank too heavily on ono's total score wheu he has been giving his ball great chances on the, "I niust-say that Culhbert is the soundest "player 1 'have seen around these parts, and Ted flay agrees with me on this point. It is a proper arrangement that lie be given the Rle'adY 'part play, stunt when be and Gillespie play to- gether as n .best-bull team. Culh- bert was at'his best .on the greens today.'but it is really rather dlffl-i cult to judge a golfer-by I as seen only one lime, no matter how good or how poor it may.be on i that one occasion. This Is the mual j incertaln.ot all things !u and I i player who can putt well, as" good lulling goes, but who is cot quite up o standard on the other parts ot his j game, has not the same advantage as hat one who, drives and approaches veil, but putts witli only medium IUCCCSS. "I could' find no point ot adverse crillcism In the -long game ot Culh- icrt. I like his ueat stylo-and the results he obtained' from his mid- iron shots .speak for themselves. But !he one detail of approachinc is whcre- in 1 believe'that Gillespie eicels." We can .mak'e. you .a Suit of your individual. from the finest pure wool arid silk and.wool English worsteds and tweeds, from to cheaper than any other line we know this is something special Bert Kester's MEN'S SHOP Home of 20th Century Clothing ALEXANDRA HOTEL BLOCK ON THE CORNER Premier Millerand of-Prance) and the king is at his Rummer residence in San Kosspre. Artificial Limb No Obstacle-To -Keen Cricketer remarkable porfonn- ance was put up on tlio St. Lawrence cricket ground at Canterbury by Capt. H.'H. C. Bntru) when playing in a cricket match Ijctvvccri past and pres- points; j. S. KirWiam second, 3 points; i "8llt ,meia' R. Hincks and J. J. McDonnell third, j ?rllflclal Hmb, which ho has only had More Tobacco for the Money 'i poinls, and i. V. .Manchester fourth, J point. The September Bogey competition is lo bo played on the 15th to the ISth. W. Crawford won the Ewart Cup on tiie 24th of May and is how a tic for the President's Prlzo. We understand a resolution has been forwarded to the greens commit- leo thanking them for the real effort that ivao made to mil 'he greena in J.j_ ,1 shape for Labor Day. The moral support is indeed grati- but it doesn't help your put- in use a month, and playing cricket for the first time In eight years, Capt. Balrd went in fifth and carried hla bat for 18, baiting for.Just on an hour and a quarter. Ho then fielded for over two hours while his opponents made two hundred odd, and halted again later In the day when he made 13 (not Captain Bairn" Is a great-upholder of the light limb, which ho Is con- can he tho means of bringing the reach of every man who has lost n leg his full capacity for work, together with all his past rec- reations and pleasures. Captain Balrd Is now planning lo play tennis. This We.il golf weather should see i IL bf.nK-up foursome competition started. Lest ball, all tho same big leagues. LABOR SHORTAGE AT SASKATOON Kept. Is all cut in this dlslrict aniVoat harvesting ncaring completion. A serious shortage of men has hampered opera- tions during the past week, but wllli (lie contiiiuaTirc of recent good weath- er for a few more days It Is expect, cd that no los-j -.'.'ill result. DISCUSSED WITH BRITISH AMBASSADOR PHONE 666 Nothing Alarming About Conditions .In Sunny Italy Sept. contradic- tion ot "biased rumors spread in fore- ign countries respecting the situation in Italy" Is contained In a semiofficial note Issued this morning. The uotc adds: "With the exception of tho ac- tion ot tho metal workers life is pro- ceeding normally hero. It is hoped we can find a settlement of this, and even the workers' organizations arc co- operating to this end." Premier Gfol- ittl is still holidaying at Piedmont and Intends io go. to Aix Les Rains Sep- tember 12 (for his conference with .Hqrdld Football Competition ENTRYTORM GAMES PLAYED SEPT. 11TH CLOSING DATE SEPT. 10TH MIDNIGHT. First Division Arsenal vs. Manchester City. Aston Villa va. Tottenham Hot- spur. Dlackburn Rovers vs. Sundcrland. Bolton Wanderers vs. W. Brom. Albion. Second Division Fulham vs. West Haul. Hul! City vs. Bristol City. South Shields vs. Barnsley. vs. Bury, Third Division Ctillingham Slorthjr Town. Norwich VB. Crystal Palace. Northampton vs. Watford. Southampton vs. Portsmoath. I enter tho Herald Football Com- petition in accordance with the rules and conditions announced above, and agree to accept the pub- lished decision as final and legally binding. Signed Address 410 FIFTH STREET OTTAWA. Si.pi. appoint- ment of a Canadian minister lo Wash- ington will probably not to made for sumo Ijllle, liiric yet. Tha question w.is miller discussion when Sir Auck- land Jiridsli ambassador "I Washington, was hi Ottawa last weofc, but a decision was xoi. reached. Quebec will hare if tils year. HI Service Itatlon Service Slallfln Or lid famous K-W Magnetos. All makes ol magnetos, generators, colls re- paired. rull stock of repair parts car. rlej. All work guaranteed. MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. SIS 4th Avenue'South PHONE 735 FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN The prico Is not the only attraction lo.bfl considered with this special range of Kino Worsteds. .Tbe Quality Is especially remarkable. 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