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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta V.AGK SIX i'HB 1 ETHRR1WE bATLY HKKALD [BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManut MO.NDAY, SKPTEMBKK 20, Pro Bono Publico To those who haven't, Should! Eat At The SPER GRILL Open Day and Night We Buy tha Beet, Cook the Best and Give the Best Service In Town SIGN: GOOD CATS :A Fragments and Calgary Caliies Play a Draw in Home Game Satur day No Goats Scored After a Hard Gruelling Contest Home Eleven Now Goes (o Calgary to Play Return High Spoils ments Deserved to Win. In a game, full of thrills, Frag- ments and Calgary Caliies batiled for SO minutes on Saturday without ani- mals being scored. The contest wag :hc semi-final of the BniineH Shield nnJ the Fragments have now 10 journey to Calgary to play the and Mcllvena was called upon to save from Banks. A move by the "Reds" The following was the teams CALGARY CALI.1ES Law Coojwr Oillesyic Uaig Wilson liurus Gibl Banks Patterson Mud roe Cone H. Linning W. Linning Har. Mcllvena Allan Knca Itevles Chiswick uuniop Shaw Kano Hush Mcllvena FRAGMENTS Gurr.. 1 Jloore and T. Camp- SILVER GRILL C, E. MOORE, Manager. 4tfi Avenue and 6th Street BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League jRegina Blew Up and Calgary Romps Home With the Championship lo the other eutl was spoilt by Allan milling up the Calgary forward line NATIONAL. I.! Team stand: Won Lost r.9 Linuiug took the ha.. where his brother ran the sphere over the lines, llarold Mellvenu also drop- ped a nice ceutre iu the goal-nioulh. but It went begging. Davies did som ui and Billy one Ecal tlla" thn Callies, r.nd all down tho left lhe "turn game-at Calgary will be in the snhere over with interest. return without any advantage i cd the hall, and wormed his way righ n the way of xo.ili-. Saturday's game through the opposing defence. His fina 'shot was a hot and Lav, did well to stop it. Owing to the force of tho shot, however, he could not gel the ball away, and Kuox hit the cross- bar. In lhe scrimmage one of the borne forwards got offside. This was a dole shave for Calgary and it was lucky for them, Law was in direct line wilh 'Billy's shot. Wil- son, the Callies' centre-half tried a long pot, but it went wide. Law tumbled a shot by Mcllvena, but the home forwards were laying back and could not reach the ball in time. Shaw and Davies both miskicked, and Qi'ob roceltiug the leather, made tracks for JJcllvena. He had a good chance, but his final effort went yards wide. Gil- lesriio pave a corner when pressed by Mcllvena, the Callies got it away. The play was even up till halt-time, and the teams crossed over without any count. Hecond Half Almost on the kick-off Law was brought to his knees with a grounder by Billy Liining, and Cooper was forc- ed to concede a corner when hamper- ed by the same player. During the first part of the second-half the Vets' kept the ball in the Callies' territory, I and they seemed to do everything but i score. Both Allan and Chiswick j'twhen he headed In from a corner) J had hard lines. Billy Linning, too, working like a Trojan and caus- ing the Calgary defence lots of trou- ble. In a break-away Jimmy Ha spoilt by the high wind which )lew across; lhe ground, but neverthe- less there was enough- action, the ivhole lime lo make the match luter- jsllng. The Fragments, on the ruu >f play, deserved to win, as they had -he edge of their opponents through- out, and at one period of the second- half hemmed them in and did every- ;hlng hut pierce the net. turned oiit exactly as ad- Fertised, although the positions -were a litlle, Allan going in tho forward line and Davies plaviug left- "lalf, Calgary Callies were two men ihort of their regular line-up, Ktrk- yood at right-half and Itorke at cenlre .'orward. Fragmenls won the toss, and de- Eontled .the north goal. In the curly Hages Calgary had a slight advantage, what happened at the Hillhnrst grounds last year in the saino comre- '-Ilion. 'i IIP Calgary Callies have :i nica oam and play clean football. They mny been hampered a Utilij to play- their usual same by the high wind but in tbo npiriirm of nsauy on the line ou Saturday they uru not so soil a? the Calgary C.P.It., eleven that visited us on Labor y. Law-in goal.did good wor. on Satarday auu trough! off 3oma clever Tin k'c'k.-i velliincl few All the halves Herald Football Competition GAMES PLAYED SEPT. 25TH CLOSING DATE SEPT. 24TH MIDNIGHT First Division Arsenal vs. Middlesboro. 1 Bradford vs. Bradford City. HuddcrsfieM vs. Sundertand. Man. United vs Tottenham'Spurs Second Division _, i Fulham vs. Notts County, i Sheffield Wed. vs. Coventry. Cardiff vs. AVest Ham. Leicester vs. Birmingham. i Third Division j Brentford vs. Crystal P. Portsmouth vs. Mlllwall. Swlndon vs. Merthyr. Queen's Park vs. Luton. I enter the HeraW Football Com- _.petition in accordance with .the rules and conditions announced above, and agree lo accept the pub- lished decision as final and legally binding. Signed Address the ball away in fine style. Knox handled, and Kane got rid of a dan St. Louis Hoston Philadelphia" pet r .563 V .551 It .119 FRAGMENTS TO DRILL AT CLUB TONIGHT I All members of the .Frag- ments from Prance are rsauest- ed lo be on hand at the club gymnasium tonight at eight o'plock. Physical" drill will be the order of the evening. This Is preparatory work to the re- "turn game with the Caljary Callies neil Saturday in Cal- gary. .SATURDAY'S GAMES Chicago 9; Philadelphia 7. St. Lonis 7-3; Boston S-o. Pttlsburg 7; New York S. Cincinnati 11; Brooklyn 5. SUNDAY GAMES Brooklyn Goina Strong. BROOKLYN', won today's game from Pittslmrg, .4; to 3. In a thrilling ninth-inning finish.', With the score tied. Xeis opened the-: Dodgers' hanT of the last inning with a: double. Ho stole Ihird ou thu, first ball pitcher, and crossed the pan with) .i Jimmy the. winning' ran when Schmidt threw -.vrt nni-o although Gibh put lot of hanl work, anil dropped back to help the halves on several occasions. It. H. 3 a Si-himiU; Pieffcr i j Chicago Americans Have Chance to Win League in Two Weeks hard, but the vete li-jg, was n.-.i to good ss we nave! wild. him in yo-jnger Banks j Score: vas the best of a fair Pittsburg Brooklyn Cooper and Miller. Every ono ot the Lethbriilge team i j. put up a good brand of football, and! Cincinnati no individual player stood out above! NEW YOKK. Sept. York, his confreres, eicept, perhaps, Billy j out-fought Cincinnati today In an 11-! Liuning. Although'carefully watched j inning game, lhe first of-a four-gamer u.UViv- by his opponents throughout, ho was scries, which may deciilc which team M-vn Cleveland Americ- evcr a thorn In the Callies' defence, i remains in the almost hopeless chase i ans appear the strangest teams in the Mcllvena in goal, was not tested so after the Brooklyn leaders. major league pennant races which to, much as Law, but what liUle he did. i York won 7 lo 5. i----------. he did well. Kane and Shaw defend- Score: R. H. ed stubbornly, and "Irish1" seems to Cincinnati (I 12 improve every match. 'The York 7 10 halves put up a .sterling'game; but! Luque, Coombs and.WIngo; Thursday, the Houslas and Smith." r YORK, Sept. Brook- day entered the final two weeks' spurt The Chicago Americans are close, bo- the Indians, however, and may 1 oust them from flrst place in the series Jack Dav'ies seemed in" finish. Boh a great Quisition to the eleven. Harold Mc-i Hvena again proven1 his .worth In the AMERICAN LEAGUE "Won Pet. The Brooklyn Nationals have a lead j of five fames over New York and can liln Kels lna[ goal aB so rled a long one, and Dunlop headed hard for all the season, and it it forward line. The combination of the forwards was not. in evidence as on Cleveland previous occasions, the'higli wind jiNtew Yorl.5 jwi eld. INTERNATIONAL Rochester Uuffalo 0. Syracuse fi.2; Jersey City 18-7. Baltlmoro 7; Heading t. PACincCOAST Vernon 3-3; Los Angeles 46, Oakland 3-1; San VYandsco 1-5. Sacramento 5-0; Portland 10-2 Suit Lake 1-3: .Seattlo t-i. Service Station Sei'vice Station for the famoui K-W Jlkgnotos. All makes of magnetos, generators, colls slock of repair parts car- ried, All work guaranteed. MAQNET3 RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. SH 4th Avenue South PHONE 735 FASfflON-CRAFT SUITS FOR MEN Good'dothes tell a quality story after the "first few weeks of service. Many a suit looks well when you first try it oh and step before the mirror. A few weeks later, by reason of in- ferior workrhanship and questionable show'lack of real worth. Tho'y prove conclusively that economy Is not found on tho price In tho clothes. You combine, sound common sense by, buying FASH- ION-CRAFT clothes. They fit better, they look better, they wear better. It they money back. PRICED AT LOUIS KEEL SHOP OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES and THE FUORSHEIM SHOE OLIVER BLOCK, 318 FIFTH STREET ;