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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX BRINGING UP FATHER HERALD Nv TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 21. By G. McManus FOR CXNTSES; -1 WW .-------OMIKKi AMD DON'T HER TO .THINK HE __ MCI7DAM Gamblers in Probe on Wednesday 11 K ft ft m> UUUU UllUIIUj fragments Will Get Good Sup- port When Fighting For Championship Football fans In Lethbridge will go to Calgary for Saturday's game in goodly numbers, according to present indications. Then the Calgary Callies Fragments will meet In the final game for the championship of south- ern Alberta and lor tha privilege ot meeting Edmonton in the finals ot the Bennett Shield. The Fragmenfs are doing everything in their power to prepare for the coming contest. They are going right ahead with their physical traln- ing iu the gymnasium at the G.W.V.A, aod will be In good shape-to meet the. speedy Calgariane. The Fragments are going into this game with the Intentions once again having a shot at a provincial cbampionahip and the niore people who'go with them to Calgary the bet- ter their, chances of winning will be. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Indianapolis 2; St. Paul 5. Loulsrllle Minneapolis 2 Toledo 7; Milwaukee 2. (Xo others scheduled.) Herald Football Competition GAMES PLAYED SEPT. 25TH CLOSING DATE gEPT. 24TH MIDNIGHT First Division Anenal Mlddlesboro. Bradford vi, Bradford City Huddersfleld vs. Sunderland. Man. United Tottenham 'Spun Second Division Fulham vs. Notts County Sheffield Wtd. vs. Coventry Cardiff vt. Ham .Leicester vs. Birmingham. Third Division Brentford va.- Crystal P. Portsmouth vs. -Mlflwall. Swindon vs. Mertnyr. Oueen's Park vs. Luton. I enter the Herald Football Com- petition In' accordance with the rules and conditions above and' agree to accept the Jished decision as finsl-and bsnaing. Address Several Former Major Leaguers Will Also Be Called To the Stand Sept. jury Investigation ot alleged gambling by baseball players in last year's world series and in the game between the Chicago and Philadelphia National league clubs Angust 31; win start Wed- nesday witb a score of baseball offi- cials, players and writers subpoenaed to testify. Subpeeoaes have been issued for the following persons to appear before the grand .jury: B. B. Johnson, president of the .American league; John A. Hoydler, president of the National league; William Gleason, man- sser of the Chicago American league; Charles A. Comiskey, president of the Chicago American league club; Win. U Veeck, president of the Chicago Na- tional league club; Jacob Ben- ton, pitcher for the New York Na- tional league club, and several sports writers. Subpoenaes for additional players probably will be issued before the In- vestigation begins. Hal Chase, Lee KaCee and Heinle Zimmerman, all 'ormer major league players, nrobablv will he called. Wien asked why Benton was the only player called thus far, one official said he "believed Benton had inform- ation the grand jury ne_eded" and that 3enton would be asked "to tell what a certain player asked him to do." Tha grand jury will not be given my quantity evidence concerning jaseball pools, he said, but every at- tempt will be made "to get into the real throwing of games by star players." "BABE" RUTH'S'143TH RUN ST. LOUIS. Sept. "Babe'' Ruth, home run fciiig, shattered another record here yesterday, scoring his 14Sth ruu ot the season in the nth inning lo give Now York a' 4 to 3 over St. Louis, The previous mark of 147 was established by Ty Cbbb in Major Minors and League NATIONAL J.KAGUE White Sox Hope For Three Straight Wins Over Athletics 'CHICAGO, sept. SI.-The Chicago wtme Sox today were confident of making it three straight over Philadel- phia in tiielr pennant dash, but Man- ager Gleason wag undecided what pitcher to scud against the tail-endem. Eddie Cleotte and Claude Williams early in the season the aces the local pitching staC, wera ready but there was a possibility that Dick'Kerr or one of the youngsters might chosen. Sept iurman .of Chicago out-pointed Char- ey -Ledora, here last night Burman had the better of sii of the eight rounds. Both men fought hard and the bout was fast .from the start to finish. Kid Wolfe, Cleveland, but-pointed Battling Pacos, Reading, in sii rounds' Wolfe carried the light to hinfin cverv rnnnrt Brooklyn New York Cincinnati Piltsburg Chicago St. Louts Philadelphia Team Standings Won Lost SS il 71 CS 59 03 C9 74 76 SO SG PcL .593 .561! .550 .511 .490 .472 .416 .390 and liariden; Neht and Trotting Mare Grieves Over Owners Death Split Double NEW YOHK, Sept. York aud Cincinnali divided a double head- er today 5 to 2 and !t to 3. First Game Cincinnati 2 9 .3 New York.......... 5 5 j Fisher Smith. Second Game n r> New York........... 3 12 1 Eller and Hariden; Benlon, Perritt and Snyder. Gets Final Carrie BROOKLYN, Sept I won the fina'i game ot the Brooklyn-1 Pittsb'urg series here today 2 to 1 in 10 innings. Score: Pittsburg v.. 1 12 0 Brooklyn 2 12 .'4 Hamilton' and Schmidt; Cadore and Miller. Hubbelf Weakened PHILADELPHIA, Sept; bell weakened after tbo sixth inning and Louis won from Philadelphia 4 to 3. Score St. Louis.......___ .In Philadelphia-...... __ z S IJaines, Shcrdell and demons; Hub bell, Belts, Uiiey and Tragressor. Walter ft', p.-oson mare of 'Chicago divided a double header here TrlS' (hc He first yarn somewhere on the Central league circuit and gaye it wide circulation T, i -iiuu V.M But there was no truth In it, accord Pro Bono Publico To thoM who Should Eat At The SILVER GRILL Open Day ma tfljht Wa Buy the Beit, Cook the Best and Give Bert In Town .SIGN: GOOO EATS ijg SILVER GRILL C. E. MOORE, 4th tni Stfi Ctreft i sugar arid O'Neill. WmanB1 slablemen' to have grieved EO much since her master's death that Chicago she. became almost unmanageable, j Boston her first and feed herewith sugar arid L talk to her and she'was always the I first to be harnessed for a. run round Chicago the track." said Vf. Mills, who has Boston dead man's groom for 2SI Vaughn O'Neill. Wlnans bred the mare him- First Game in Mills continued. "On the day of the deaths 1 think the mare must ir and O'Farrell; Scotl and Second Game -1 7 2 9 13 1 McQuillan and ot the youngsters might be have seen her masler carried in afler Gleas.n inumalea lhat Kerr would e saved for lhA witi, ..01___, l-r- [Cl "Sbe refused food, and kept uri kick- ing at the door of her box The next day when 1 took her out for exercise she neighed the whole time. ._.....UI.LU tj-iat IYUL i WUUIU be saved for the series with Cleveland opening Thursday. 8CHOLAR-NEWSIE LIES IN QUEBEC Clement Sylvain 70 yearn, a. well-known er vendor, who piled his trade in the ._____________ streets of this city foiupvard o( thirty CAN'T PI lOr-UAO-" years, was run down by a street car l UKCHASt, on St. John street yesterday after- noou aud died at the Hotel Dleii Hos- pital list evening. Sylvaln's case was a rather pathe- tic one. He had Eeen better days, and i noigneu the whole time wasnnigtoi 'finally we had to shut her uu for a day or two in the dark and now she j Philadelphia has become a little quieter" AMERICAN LEAGUE Won Lost Pet. Leveiand 90 New Vork gs St. Louis........ .71 Boston 53 Washington 68 (57. WE MIGHT say that 20th Gentiir Brand clothes are thfe best in the. and it wouldn't be Very. far. from...the naked truth. Sold Exclusively by Bertfe's Men's Shop Home of 20th Century Clothing Alexander Hotel' Block 'On Taught Himself To Be Ambi- dextrous Because it Canie in Handy Short.oh.Gloves. All the other boyg were right- handers and the only in-stock "'ere left-hand ones. Also I iras call- led on trj infield a great deal 1 and a left-hand Inflelde'r is'ehtirsly out ot -p ace, so I taught rbTMlt to throw right-banded', and I succeeded-so well hat I could.finally .throw-as accurate- ly.ijyilb.iay right hand as with my left although I never got qnile. the: speed that way. I suppose I'am aow.what uu ln H accorn 5'ou would call ambldeitrous, as I can mg to Roush himself than whom there Ithrow witu eltner hand, '.ij'ut nil- is better qualified to give the u for in prefer- esact facia ence to my. right, and do-so ling left handed was my regular stylo from the time I began to play ball But when I started out as an amateur an 1 a little later as a semi pro in my home town and other small towns ns around there in Indiana, I found It 50 57 60 77 77 '86 er ays, an besides baring completed his arts course at tha Quebec Seminary, he had studied medicine at Laval University He became 111 from over-study nnd uuon his recovery ho took up news- paper vending. He had been a class- mate of many prominent Judges and professional men in this Province Herald Football Competition Week ending Sept close midnight Sept. 24 -.-Rules governing the competition are as follows: The competitiou will be called Thii ileralii Football Competition. .2. Competitors.will lie entitled to ss many entries as they desire, pro- vided o.tch entry is, accompanied by Iwpniy-flre cents, ;ii.d coupons to .Ihe number of entries. 3. Competitors must cross out lllc mines of the clubs Itiiy think (vill lose and crosB out (he names of Mlh if they consider a draw- will re- lull. 4 rn (inns can only be secured from the sporting page ot The Her- ild. All inHtilcs received will bp re- tunic I In millibars of j.rlzca will be publisher! Mdrnlay morning (or (hat dcelE Ile's'ulls ot competi- tions jiublished every nesday and successful coinpotllorn Will lie mailed immed- iately on receipt of confirmation by tbo Athletic News. 0. All entries must be posted or lellvered to The Herald before mid- night on Fridays. A Friday jjost- mark from points outside of tho city Of Lethbridge will be considered as containing a legitimate entry. TJic name and address of the competitor must ba clearly marked' each coupon, Stamps must not bs used 03 lyinGnt (or entries. It M" D0 afiuress- linn ii '''ootball Competi- tion, Herald. Uthbridgo. ]f from ,fS "Crald tlio competition. MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS AFTER 27TH CINCINNATI, Sept. 20.-AI1 chases of minor league players major league clul.s mnsl closed at I noon on Monday. Scplc 'cifi! atl same plaved bv the niol 'e'nnau recenll) Lddle Roush for several Innings at sec "ret time since zreater hitter and outdelder Join he was seen on the field- with a left-handed glove and -31' j throwing with his right arm. He had only one fielding chance after he I Cleveland i lo, 5ccond blse aild he handled It ljie'c'ana nerfar; v nnrl 1. Score 3 12 8 14 T j always batted left-handed and'Troulrt find it awkward to hit from the-other side of the plate." -A Si-pound Houston, Teias, man is nnlns for divorce, and claims his wife spanked him alauct eyery dav the National -7- next, j double, ....._ nonncc-d In a notice to Yorf clubs roada public here today. i, The time for reserve H.u Ruth t.OUIS, Sept. I'ratt's single aui' and Pcikln- November ot otoh Rutl1' ctory ovef St' Louis game here today. an :rror. Score York........... SI, I-ouis 3 12 12 and no waivers to he'requested ou any players between Oclober 1 and October i2. thn clurlni: whlcli; club officials are usually attending IhP i MIannah; Weilman and world's series other poM-season! h games. Bunched Hits The commission eava its ritlliiK3 are'i Kept. made neceESsry m as to give majorit i today and defeated Do- olubs ample, time to iro.l 9 11 5 r or v r ihclr siirrlus players before thev 'nir >-ver list, r.u tojl Detroit Kinsella Story-Wrong After Ihe game set right some Illusions on the subject of his throw- ins. The report had-gained currency that he was originally a right-hand thrower, but that, on account of an! accident lo his right- arm he bad taught himself lo throw tert-handed and had become expert with the off- side fling. The slo'ry was started by 5S Kins.ella several years ago, when f.ddle was in Ihe'central league and was Just starting his career as a pro- fessional. Kinsella was scouting for Ihe Wants at the time and ho heard the After Vulcanizing b> ua_joiir tires look the same as new tires: just out of the flock, and' you know tho cost of vulcanizing-la only a. small part of Ibe cost of new casings can save Your old shoe- and tubes and mans miles and of wear to them Lethbridge Vulcanizing Work PKrtWET .___ LETHBRIDGE BRANCH AT MACLEOD 712 3rd AV6. S. PHONE 666 1 achary Bmi Ayres, Old- it -in.J II__. -------------1_1_____ l Score FAMOUS TREE COLLAPSED Scpt- over- THROUGH WEIGHT OF YEARS ViDntag K t6 Philadelphia........ 5 Chicago..........' 13 1.0NDO.N. Aug, famous old i rmilherry tree -in Norti, er which 144 ycar8 ago ft is said the was first road In country, has fal- en undur the wcijht of Its ago', Amer- H--.ii} boy skills the Inter- lauoiial scriiit conference lierc visllwl the tree only a ,t Harris, nisbco 'ami'Perkins; anTl Schalk. FALCONS 15 -Faber of phs taken l had lleir 1919 HOCKEY TEAM Sept. Wlnnl- meet- f ot offidera Saturday. have ircot Ings lun S of renccsts for ch las from o-, bdrrg r 'i rP -n fl'e lrcrliert Maxford was ,aml Maxweli nai only a'eo a" nrt. Junior aggregation, Service Station Sorvlco Slation for tha famous' K-W Magnetos. All makes of magnetOB, gcneralora, coils're- paired. Pull Block of repair parts car rlcd. All work guaranteed. MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. 618 4th Avenue Sooth PHONE 735 FASHION-CRAFT SUITS TOR MEN Good-.clothes.tell a quality story after few weeks of service Many a suit-looks well when you first try-it pn and step before the mirror 1A later, by reason of in- ferior workmanship and questionable show lack of real worth. They prove conclusively that economy is not- -found on tha.price In-tho clothes. You' combine, sound common by buying FASH- ION-CRAFT clothes. They fit better, they look bcllor, ;ihey wear heller, it- they .don'l-yotir .niono.v PRICED AT LSSS'-STS' LOUIS KEEL SHOP OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES and THE FLORSHEIM SHOE OLIVSR BLOCK, 318 FIFTH STREET ;