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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta }3 PAGE six I 1'HE I CTiffiRTOGK DAftTT HERALD FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1920 BRINGING UP FATHER By G. .McManus. YOU MUM BOUND TUM" PLEASE THE BRIDE TO THE M.TAS I wHf--roo POOR, ntjH-1 _J I IT- ,-J Pro Bono Publico To those Trrbo haven't. Should! At The SILVER (fflli i Open and Nlsfct We Buy the Cook the Best' and Give tht Beit Service in SIGN: GOOD EATS SILVER GRILL C. E. MOORE, Manager. 4th Avenue and 5th Street Fragments Have Had Difficulty in Picking Players For Saturday Jock Anderson and DIM Is Not ;AbIeto Play Against Taber in Bennett Chis- Likely to Game Starts at 5.30 p.m. LfHhbrldgiHs likely to be somewhat I crippled for the game with Taber it; the Henuett shield con- test on Saturday. Jock Anderson Trill 1 be unable, to play, and Davis-will bo .out Jot tb'.rn the Fragments ci- other player to he out of the game. J -That is r.o bright outlook foi% Saturday town has TeamHhls year. Efforts were made ,to .pbtain DENY REPORT BALL PLAYERS INJURED 7 CLEVELAND, Sept being widely circulated by ntws tickers and special dlspaches that players Ruth, Meusel, Pratt and Lewis.were injured In an' auto accident tiear here today were denied by officials of the New York American league baseball club. BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. NATIONAL LEAGUE Team Standings Won Lost Cincinnati...........74 55 Brooklyn ...........77 55 New York ..........74 59 i Pittsburg ...........68 GI Cliicago ............07 KT St. Louis ...........K 67 j Boston '.............6t 75 Philadelphia :.G2 SO Calgarj- Made Rally Against Re- gina Bui Lost Ouf in 9-8 Game -LONDON, Sept. As- sociated of assocta- players from other teams iiV tie city lioa games played yesterday lo'.fil! tip 'he ranks but provincial j officers so far hare, not given their :j. consent. At the present timo tho I Fragment's have not decided on their i lineup for tomorrow's game. garue-ts called for p. m. at part. Admission will bo usual twenty-five cents. -The game has been called an hour earlier su that it can comfortably be finished during This morning it was announced the ragmenls team will be rick'ed from Allen, Kane, Linning, Chiswick, Sbaw, Mcllvena, :LeEge, Knox. the following All PdlUe ijennev, Dunlop, The English apple crop is practi- cslly'a failure this year. follow: Third Division Bristol iNew Port. 0. League. Hea'fls 4; Ayr Raitii novers, i; Partlck Tbistle, 0. Aberdeen, a; Clyde, .0. Brooklyn Wins BROOKLYN', Sept. CANADIAN OPEN CHA'MPION DEFEATED CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., Sept. 10 Harry Yatdon and Edward Ray de- feated Douglas Edgar of Atlanta, Can- Parted its final campaign against the western clubs today by" winning from St Louis by a 'i to 2. R. H. E. St Louis ....................1 7 1 Brooklyn....................4 11 0 and' demons; Grimes and Millor. i Phillies Lose PHILADELPHIA, Sept. delphia's' closing rush fell'sliort ofj catching Pittsburg today, the visitors winnings 7 to 6. Score: U. H. E. Tiltsburff Q Philadelphia ..................Gill 1 Hamilton Pet. j .________ UEGINA, SepL made a '555 J ninlh-inning rally loilay and scored 521 I 3 runs but it was not enough to win 500 I and Itegina took-the third game of championship''play-off, 0 to S teams open at Calgary on Sat urday. Score: R.H. E Calgary 8 4 Regina 11 2 Stc-ciigrafe and .437 Dailey, Pilelte and Whaling, Zweiful.'" f. INTERNATIONAL' Akron, 0; Toronto, 2. P.dch'es'ter. 2; tiuffalo. 13. Jersey City, 14; Reading, t. Syracuso, 0; Baltimore, IS. Schmidt; Causey, Keenan and Tra- gressor. Seattle, 3-2: .Oakland. 4-1. Vcrnbn, 0-3.. Portland; fr-3: IMS Angeles, 6-3. lud j (Second game called end !3th, dark- adiao open champion, and Jim Mc-j Kcnile, Chattanooga, In a 36-hole golf match here yesterday, one up. Alex Beats Giants NEW YORK, Sept. Bitching and timely bitting by Alex- ander enabled Chicago lo.-wln ld. 5. All monies received will bo re- turned in prizes, The amount and numbers of pri7.cs will be iMifolir.hed aver? Monday -morning for that week's games. Results of competi- tions will bo published every .'Wed- day and- cheques to successful' competitors will .be mailed immed-.; lately on receipt of confirmation the Athletic 'News. 6. 'All entries must be posted .or delivered to The Herald befdre mid- night on Fridays. A Friday post- mark from points outside of the city. of Lethbrldge will bo considered containlng s legitimate entry. 7. The name and address ot the competitor must bo clearly marked1 on each coupon. 9. Stamps must not bo used aa jayracnt for entries.' 10. All entries must bo address- ed to the Editor. Football Competi- tion, Herald, 11. The Sporting Editor's decis- ion will be filial. 12. Employees of TliO Herald aro barred from .the competition. Main FlcWr Bslcony 4 St 00 Seirto now selling with BERT MOOR, Alexandra Hotel'Cloar Stand, LEN S. BROWN, Majsstlo.and Colonial Theatres. PHIMDELPJHA-DETROIT, AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Milwaukee. St. Paul, 1. Kan'saa City; Mtnncapofi'if, Toledo, 3; Columbus, 2. Louisville1, 7-1; 5-0. OUIJA The Toronto Canoe Club dinghy ft'hich won the sccond-and deciding race for the Dmcrao'n' International Challenge Cup at Charlotte. N. Y In- ?A is W. 0, itcllly, ler owner. 1 A UH n Service Station Service Slatlon fjr thu famous K-W, Magnetoa. All makes of magnetos, generators, colls palred. full of repair.parts car- ried. All work gnaranteed. MAGNETS RECHARGED The fcoy Electric Co. 518 4th PHONE. 735 FALl SUITS FOR 1 With Autumn's touches written in every line and curve. New style features that look pose of easy comfort now sought by the young man of today, Gone are the pinched-in backs the too-high waist coate hang from the shoulder, with new grace true and cut in smart lines that have a tremendous appeal from the standpoint of physique and manly bearing. But afier all, these likeable 'features' enter" into our incompar- ablc "values just as much as the. prices' themsslves.' SHOP OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES, and THE Fl.ORSHEl'M SHOE OLIVER BLOCK, 318 FIFTH STREET ;