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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PA OK SIX THE LETHBRIPGE PAiLY j BRINGING UP FATHER i i in i mi tmnm WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1920 By G. McManus Football Prizes go to City and Country Competitor NataJ, B. C., Man Shares First accompanied by 35 cents (or eadi Prize While Seconds and Alimonies rccolved are award Thirds lo Fans in Fernic.j Entries for tills week's competition Michel, Coal Creek, Colenv.in, i the i mianigm, rTldfty, lae ITtli, but all t andTnber. i envelopes bearing tbe 17lh postmark! __ j wiU be cousldered ellslble. Don't; overlook it, fill out your form now. BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League NATIONAL LEAGUE MOTORCYCLE RACE E NDS IN TRAGEDY to those vilia haven't. Should! At SILVER GRILL Day and Nlih't We Buy the Cook the BtU and Give the In Town, SIGN: GOOD EATS SILVER GRILL C. E. MOORE, Manager. 4lh Avenue and 5th Street The prirea MOII iu the first week ot tha Herald Football Competition will go to mauy points in the large Geld that the Herr.ld covers. A Natal, U.C.; competitor shares with u local man the first. prlte. while no less than six of the remaining prizes go to en- trants living outside the city. Nobody guessed more than nino results correctly, the very few drawn being responsible for this. Two I aent forms ivith nine correct, three with oight, and niue with seven, while sixteen guessed fifty-fifty on the 12 games. The prize money this week is divid- ed as follows: First prize, J12.00; second. JS.OO. and third, 55.60. The first prize of 12.00 is equally divided, the following receiving each for nine; A. Causey. 'Natal, B.C. A. Webb, JS02 Cth Ave. A, X., City. The second prize of is divided ..-.between three competitors, each re- ceiving 52.65 for eight correct fore- casts: R. Muir. Boi 1509. city. .lames Watson, Michel, B.C. F. A. Cox. Box Goleram. Th3 thiril prize oi 55.00 is sluircd by nine entrants, wlio each receive 55 for seven correct: .1. MacLean. 122S r.th Ave. S.. city. Field, 2nd Ave. N, city." Jlovvi'.ll Jones. Taber. James Michel W. Hiley, Boi 635, Forme. .1. iVorrington, 524 Htu St. S., city. J. liannerman. Box 13, cltv. 0. Mclntyre. 1A 17th St. X., city. Thos Oakley.. Coal Creek. Tho prizes will be mailed lo each winner immediately on receipt of the Old Country papers, confirming the telegraphic results. The Sporting -Editor !s gratified at the success oi (he first week's com- petition, hut wants lo see the prize money greatly increased. This can he done by soccer fans and others Betting behind the competition. Clip out the enlry form apnearlng'-on the sport page each day, and send iri as many guesses as you have coupons, Competiliou closes Friday midnisht or first Saturday mo'ruing. Ite- suits are announced c-acb. Wednesday. ,vew York Pittslmrg Team Standings Won Lost llrooklyn........ S3 Cincinnati 74 j Chicago......... cs St. Louis....... cs Boston___ si Philadelphia 54 Gets Odd Game Hit Ball Series To'Bfe "Played; in CALGARY, Sspt. H.-Calgary bad Hoir baiting clothes on yesterday and hammered Miller to nil corners of tho lot, defeating nccina in KJO slith gamo ot the championship series by itic score ot S lo i. A feature the- i game TVOS four home runs, two by i each side. Tho presidents of tha .tw.o clubs tossed a-'colu to decide the remaining games" of tho series arc to ho played and Calgary won the toss. j If Kegina veins loday the series will be over-ss they are playing, tha beat five -out games rtegina Calgary Miller aud and Wirts.' Score: 4 81 S 13 2 Fuhrniou; Steengrafa JOE DEVINE TO MANAGE IN 1921 CALGARY. Sept. the Rotary Club meeting today Dr. J, H. Birch, president of the Calgary Baseball Club, au- nounced that Joe Devine had just been re-engaged as man- ager for 1921. O icouy auu. Raumg lor ana OTarrell; Csdore .Mltcb- i be" to hit on tllc first preliminaryl ell and Kreuger. Cricket Score .PlUL.VDEL.PHrA, Sept delphla today won ils second stralsl.t Earns from'Cincinnati, Si'io-io iw tho lead in fho firai inning "mtf? S5b maintaining It throughout Cincinnati Philadelphia .'..'i King, Dressier, Score: ......10 17 3 Drenton, Coumbe The ten round; go'between George Ross and Btrt Hughes promises to bo ,000 of the fastest tools eyer staged ;ihere. Hughes arrjrcd.fa Uio city last fine, ifor his roean- still being 'cocssnte 'he can iii quit-before the end of J" route Is'rcacheS..- Gambling Investigation In Chicago Will be a Thorough Clean Up ic'iuuii; rfamua.' TMU bout'between' .Joe 'Fa'rrell and DEFEATED NORWEGIANS CHRISTIAKIA, Sept. States a'hleles who participated In the Olympic contests at Antwerp de- feated a team of Norwegian athletes here yesterday. niann, Smitli and'Tra'gresso Pittsbure-Boston, rain. Team Standings XewYork.., Cleveland Chicago St. Ijouis Boston Washington Dotroit Philadelphia and WIngo, Rariden: Causey TraT0's. another ten ronna njann. SmitTi event, be a pretty exhibition too. Preliminaries will merry. Tlie doors will bo opened sharp at S.fid and (he first event will be start- i sliarp at It is the Intention ot A NEW WORLD'S RECORD LOUISVILLE, Ky., Seiil. E. Todd owned by Albert Pendleton of St. and drlren by Henry Bawh- Ins, established a new world's record for three-year-old trotters on a %-mile track at the Kentucky slata fair here yesterday afternoon, trotting a mlie in The old record of was made on tbe local track a few i years ago by Hugh Miller. FOR THE BIG ;S4 S5. G'l 'in 01 51' 41 0- SB' .58 itlip promoters lo run each. Event off pcf without any delays, so fans arc. asked to bo iu early attendance. Easy Victory CLEVELAND, Sept. phia scored an easy victory over Cleveland today S to 0. Score- Philadelphia............ s' 15 j Cleveland r u Horumell and Culdwcll Morton and 0'iVcill. Blanks Chicago CHICAGO, Sept. 14.- -Chicago play- Cl1 bal1 Hodffc today. Fifliefh Anniversary. Will Be Celebrated By Old Timers in Chicago CHICAGO. Sept, 8-The fifteenth an- niversary of tho first professional Ttri.' Jiocise louay, vnue Washington iiit onporlunelv and 11. "'Dv shut out the locala 7 to 0 Score- I championship game will be Washington........, 7 ]2' celebrated by tho Old Timers' Base- Chicago n 7 tla" Association at a banquet here ,o The fcaiili be Acosta and Gharrlty; kinson and Sclialk. Hodge Wil- York went into tho lead in tho American league lodny by defeating Detroit 13 to 3, while Cleveland was being sbut oul by Philadelphia. Score: Xew 16 o Tje'roit if, w