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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta Th'iS i fj surni.HyKu.ie, 19211 UP FATHER i -I--. j By Gv McManus H HS r ACO AND IT) LIKE; TO HAVE Ml'b'A.PA.BT- MKMT" FRAGMENTS IN SEMI-FINAL FOR THE BENNETT SHIELD Pro Bono Publko To Ihosa who liaven't, Should! Eat At The NijlH. We Buy the' Cosk the Best and Give the Best Service In Town SIGN: GOOD EATS SILVER GRILL C. E. MOORE, Manager. 4th Avenue and 5th Lethbridge Will Meet Calgary Callies on Sat; Taber Failed to Score Fragments From France Won Second Game in Bennett Shield Contest With Taber By One to Field Was Bad .and Defence and Combination Won'for Local Footballers. Major Minors Results and League Standings. Once again Lethbridge is figuring in a provincial sport fight ;ind this time it is for the Bennett Shield. Last night Taber went down to defeat at the the Frag- ments from France by a one to nothing score, and next Saturday the, Calgary Callies -will be''.seen in action in Lethbridge in the first of home and home games for the honor of contesting the Bennett Shield against the cham- pions from division. As the Dominion organization ruled against the Cal- gary C.P.R. team in their protest the Calgary Callies have been declared winners of the Calgary city football league and as such will meet the Fragments from France, win- ners of the Lethbridge City and District Football League and also champions ;of Southern Alberta, considering Cal- gary as being in the north. The Fragments jmirneyed to Taber yesterday after- noon in motor cars, and many supporters went out on the afternoon, train. When the game started Lethbridge had almost as many supporters, on tlie side lines as Taber boasted of. The playing conditions were bad, the Leth- bridge field being like, a'dance floor in comparison to the iaber field, which much smaller than the local pitch Good Held, although a number of danger- men Fres.oeul DlacSburne, ot the ous rushes were made by tue striped provincial association, reached the bovs NATIONAL LEAGUE Team Standings Won I.ost S4 5S Brooklyn Cincinnati 'New York Piltsburg Chicago ____ SI. Louis Boston Philadelphia 61 til 71 76 S3 Pet .692 .560- 1555 ASS :419 1394' 3 to 1 anrl losing the second, i'ip Tabor niton he started inlo remove some fence posts and wires as in Iwo Places lliey ciil off portions of tho I'llch at corners. Several spectators veal- around filling up tholes with whatever was handy but ibis added litlle improvement to the field. won the loss and kicked with ..the wind. As-a vvholo the Taher team not put up as good foolball its when in Lelhhrldgo last Saturday. Uil.ly Uniting was credited wilh the Koal for the Fragments and durin" tlie second half .when Hie Hcds had The'first halt was a hard one'for the tenements. The sun was strong against them aud many or.the play- ers were complaining lhat they were unable to see the ball more than few feet away irom them. The wind was blowing strongly against them as well, but Ihis dropped greatly durine the second half. Hardly bad Jimmy Gurr finished Wowing the whistle to start the game when-he had to call a font againsl Thomas, of Tabor, for tripping. The bal! wenl out for a throw-In and the sun at their backs most of tho Taber followed with a rush to the was in the Taber l.alt of the'rragmenfs goal which resulted In Herald Football Competition Week ending Sept. close midnight Sept. 17 governing the competition are as follows: corner kick. The ball then travelled rapidly down the field to within a close point of Taber goal. Bob Was There See-saw playing filled In for several minutes which was slightly in Leth- bridge's favor. Two coiners for the Fragments did not brius 'any results iu the matter of goals, the ball going out of play each time. !jlammy Lin- ning soon had the ball aud made Uis flrsl good rush of lhe game. His shot was close. Tf.her Iiad'n foul called on them within a few minutes and got away for a rush. Bob Chisivlck was in the way and spoiled all their j holies. I Lelhbridge got another corner tim! In a fow minutes the ball was back in tile Fragment's territory but before long tho ball was travelling into lhe sun again. Through a scramble in Ironl ot lhe Taber goal Hilly Llnning put a low shol thiil apparently Wil-j liams uevsr saw anj'JL.went through i for the only count of the game. j Appleton, for Tuber was the next' man lo figure in the' limelight. Soon f he had a cnauce anil.made the best! An Even Break shot any Taber player made. It was BOSTOX. Sept. clos- a high auil fast one-from the riglit-jed season in Boston today by win- Irat Hughie Mcllvena' gq( his bauds in j lhe first game of a double head- front of it and Ihere. the story ends so far as lhat play--was concerned.! Taher came back strong and pressed the Reds hard and .another 'kick was made hut it went over-tbe crossbar. Mcllvena -on -Job See-saw work became lhe order ot play and Harold Mcllvena was being used considerably. He played outside right and during the ue.il tew minutes ot'iHay he made n number of nice cenlres.. A few inin- lies hefore half-time Billy- got a shot bul it went a little wild: The game was not as'lively during a great portion of the second half as during the first period. Taber play- ers seemed to lose pep and they went on the defensive. However during the last ten minutes of the game they ap- parently got new. wind and several daugerous rushes were slopped by the Reds' backs. Kane Billy Uniting got lhe -first chalice for the Reils In this period but he missed the The first rush of f tlie Tiiber men stopped when liob CMswick got into action. Hush. Me- j Ilvena was called Upon lo do .sonic- t quick thinking .slretctied "his long legs and the hall went-back to centre field and thal-was :the end of Taber aspirations for 'a while. After a few minutes' Taber came back and. Irish made-.n. good changing the course of tiie ball with- in, len feet of the IgoaT. Good Backs Kane and Shaw, playing hacks for tho Fragments put up a'good consist- ent game, tioirig where they should be. Considerable-Interest iv being taken in Shaw while (in lhe back GS ROSS AND HUGHES FIGHT 10 ROUNDS TO DRAW DECISION FIGHT BETWEEN ROSS I. The cdiupeUlion ho called Thb Herald.Foolball Corrjlietitlon. will be enlilled to HE many .entries as they desire, pro- vided each enlry is accompanied by twenty-five cents, and coupons to lhr> number'of entries. 3. Corripetilors'must 'cross oul the names of the clubs they ihink ft'ill lose ami cross out tbo names ot it they .consider a draw will rait.. 4. Coupons can. only secured !rom ol The Her- ild. 5. All monies received will he re- turned in prize's. -Tho atnouut ant! nesday and cheques lo successful competitors will be mailed Immed- iately on receipt ut confirmation by lhe Athletic News. C. All entries must be posted or Delivered to The Herald before mid- fii6ul- un Fridays. A Friday posl- mark from poinls onlside ot lhe clly af l.ethbridge will be considered as containing a legitimate enlry. T. The name and address of tho competitor must be dearly marked ou each coupon. .1. .Stamps mint nol Ije iissrt as xiyment for entries. tlnn, Herald, Lethbridge. R. 'H.--B." R, H.1 B. 2 6 0 1 6-..'i McQuillan R. H. E. 1 8. 0 Score: First PlilsTiurg Boslou Cooper and Haeffner Scott and O'Neill. Second Pittsburg Boston............... 4 9 0 Carlson, Quinn and ScrtmWt; Pill- ingim and Gowdy. Cincy Wins PHILADELPHIA, Sept. ciunali solved .Meadows' the sscond inning today, healing Phil- adelphia ia Ibe game of the ser- ies 3 to 2. Score: .R. H; B. Cincinnati............. 3 10' '3 Philadelphia __ Jf..-.. 27. 1 Uin.no and Wingoji Belts ami Wheat, Withrow. Strengthens Lead nSlOOKIA'N, pitch- crl his second successive shutout hi'a week today when He blanked ;thb Cubs 1 to 0, and further streuglhenecl Drooklyn's in' lhe National league pennant chase. Score: Chicago Brooklyn Martin and O'Farrell Miller. Another .rrirfeet ST. LOOIS, Sept. eas- ily- defeated Boslon today IS to 5 Score: R. H. E. ?stfn 5 10 -1 >L Louis is 23 1 -Karr, Hoyt and Schang- Weilmau and Severeid. {NTo others scheduled.) Kansas City 1-7; St. Paul 26-S. Milwcukoe LMInneapolls 1-7. (N'o others scheduled.) INTERNATIONAL1 Baltimore 4; Jersey City 0. Rochester 5: Akron 8. others PACIFiCCOAST Ycrnon .1; Los Angeles 2. Oakland 3; San Francisco 0. Sacramento 0; Portland 5. 'Sail Lake 4; Seattle 1. "Warn itout Be Accept- Boys Game Lethbridge boxing fans got Ihelr'' money's-worth, last night at the Majestic'theatre when, Ross' and Hughes locked horns.-' :for ten fighl, a draw being the result. .It was aprjarerjt each mart was out .to. win, and time it looked -as-if Ross' was; going to. get .a knockout In the feath'sr- v a plucky boy and I-dandy r'e'ftl He worked it to .perfection, hitting Ross some bad The eighth round was when-the crowd thought Ross would Vet a walkaway but in the ninth Hughes; 'made a wonderful recovery" arjd.; iecured that ses- sion to his credit. The tenth was a, mlx-up: for fair: air the way in Jheyelgfith.Rois hid his man groggy.--How Hughes managed to wonderful; but neve'rthtless the lad was there and of opinion is bout between the two would'be'a brg' drawing card In The crowd was not as large as expected but-nevertheless thoEe who; saw "the'.Ross-Hushes fight were; unan.lrn'pM's'.'.iri expressing their. opinion 'that they got all they'went The Scrhi-windup between Far- rell somewhat of a bloomer..Farred had his own way. all-the thf fight_ lrj< the -fifth round. Farrell] -his man Score 11 to "Home Runs Two Men on Each Time Was Feature R. H. E. 0 S ..5 1 00 Smith and AMERICAN LEAGUE Team Standings Won ".lost York Cleveland Chicago So line and he is niakiliyhlniiseK a good I St. Louis reputation. He is liik'i'ui: Jock Anrter- Boston son's place as .lock dews not ffJcl he should again chance an-injury lo bin CUT DOWN: YOUR TIRE EXPENSE by liaylog -us -vnlcaniw your damaged.: tires. That will re- store ttiem to lotig service whetber .the damage be a pin hole puncture' or n long tut or Icar. Tlie cost of Urea Is stead- ily increasing! Our vulcanizing R'ill refle'vo you of all worry on lhat score for a long time lo come. Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works PHONE 1664 CHAPLIN, Lethbrldae, LETHBRIDGE BRANCH AT MACLEOD 3rd AVE. 3. B. CHAPLIN Maclsod. Washington tnoe this season. Kane has 'been in I'hiladqlpltin thai position all season.and one looks for a good game from him. Bob Chis'.virk. linlf. showed up much better IbaiViii the game last Saturday. Ho was right Into the mid- dle ot the play when in his territory and both hunted and kicked good limoly. Dunlop Allen played Clerelaml nard. They were .just! as much on the job as their partner.- Harold Mcllvena'anrt llam.jny Lin- ning. Iho two outside' j'rien got plenty lo do and they did well. Knoi, Davis and Billy Linnlng completed Ihu for- ward lino and there ceHainly cannot be any complaint tiiii'iafe'c 'about them. The forwards last'night played more combinations tlian their opponents and (his was effective lit all limes. Lacked Combination MoMaltoh ami played hack for Taber aml'Mtker] fairly well. They often awjiv from their I positions and on a.number of sions. II came nearly proving cosily I fof (heir team. However Ihslr kick-! ing wns consistent'durlnB Ilia game. Uatterby, Carr and o. Handley wern! nn the halt-back line but InrltvMnnlly' Ihcy wore not as much in evidence as the Rede' half-back-lino, Gred i Haiidley and Mnet-'iir.m were (lie mil-! side men. They did not get much chance to iln anything apeclacular bul they .played Imril. Apnlcton. Thomas am! proporski completed thn forward line and as n rule they play- ed mostly individual hall. PIIAC.JIBXTS Mcllvenp Kane Shnw Cbiswlck Allen 01 1 5S 73 'I'L S4 03 I'ct. .62! -.60V '.470 .387 '.321 Easy For Cleveland Sepl. lo.-Cleveland wound lip Us series wilh Philadelphia today by winning H to 0. Score: I'hPadclpbla 3 22 CALGARY, Seul. eas- ily defeated liegina 11 lo 3 yesterday in lhe seventh game ot Iheir play-pit for lhe championship ot the Western Canada League. Hitting the ball when there were Hien on the bases Calgary piled up a commanding lead, while Mack, with Iho exceplion of the sec- ond inning, wheu Regina scored 2, had the silualiou in band al all stages ot play. A feature lhe game two home runs by Calgary, both times wilh two on. Scare: R. n. E. Kegina 3 c 3 Calgary n 12 i Dailey and Whaling; Mack and Wirls. PHOiME 666 SCOTTISH LEAGUE FOOTBALL RESULTS. LONDON, Sepl. (Canadian As- sociated Iteselts of football matches played in the ScolllBh league ycslcrday were, as follows Aberdeen 3; Hamilton 1. Morion l; liaith' Hovers. 3. Kalkirk 4; St. Mirren 0. '410 FiHTH STREET Mcllvena Knoi Davis n. W. Linning Applclon Thomas' Proporiskl Greg, Handley Meechnra UaUcrby Carr Handley McMiilinn VaUersbn SEMI-FINAL BENNETT SHIELD CHAMPIONSHfp OF ALBERTA ents vs. Cs Winners of Lelhbridge League Winners of Calgary League SATURDAY NEXT, SEPT. 18TH ADAMS P.M. SHARP 50 K-W Service Station Service Siallon .fjr the famous K-W Magnetos. AH makes.ol coils r- Fnll Etock.'of repair parts car- ried.. All- work' guaranteed. MAGNETS-RECHARGES The Roy Electric Co. South .....PHONE 735 It is hard an all-wool hand-tailored Suit under days. We are selling 20TH CENTURY all ;wool hand tailored silk: lined Suits, worth regularly up to f6r: J55.7I; Bert Kester's MEN'S Home of ,20th Century Clothing ALEXANDRA HOTEL" BLOCK ON THE CORNER awaV at any time, ihree-round go by si couple of local boys.-gave the crowd plentyv to laugh at and: put thern In-good humor. tferald Fopfaall Competition ENTRY FORM GAMES PLAYED SEPT. 18TH. CLOSING 'DATE, 'SEPT. MIDWGrjT First Division Evertoa Derby. Oltfham vc. Liverpool. 'Tottenham vi. Aston Villa. Preston vs. Newcastle. Second Division Clapton Orient vs. Stockport. Notts County vi. Notts Foresti Birmingham vs. Cardiff. Leeds vs. Leicester. Third Divjslon Newport vs. Plymouth. Beading vs. Out en's-Park Ran. Milwall Exeter. Grinuby vs. Bristol Rovers. I enter tho Herald FootballCom- petition In accordance wilh tho nileo and conditions annoancad abbre, and akreo lo accept pub: lished decision as Anal and legally binding. Signed Address ...............-__.. Your Oveircaat Overcoat weather is here. tect yourself against'the chilly nights and mornings. These smart Overcoats just meet the needs 'Lethbridge men. All pnro wool and thoroughly tailored, of course, warm, but'not too heavy. You'll llkd tnelr full linen, roomy nnnholcs, the way thoy. m across Iho back. Thoy include lhe neW young men's double-breasted, form-filling models, half lined. Ulg full-lined TJIstero. Eg. senllally masculine wilh ihelr broarf lapels': and wide collars. In -brown, grey, greens ainrj fancy mixtures. Price x Others at to LOUIS KEEL SHOP OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES t.nd THE FLORSHEIM SHOE OLIVER BLOCK, 318 STREET ;