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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE HERAU) 'BRINGING UP FATHER VI 1 WlftH I M WITH JVEDXESDAY. SEPTEMBER 22, 1920 By G. McManus 'T HAVE: BEEN TO THE BAI.L IF it- HOT TQ LPAVF TH! over 500 lawn tenuis clubs in this' country and S.5TO.OOO people In the country piayuj- the same. liuiyiug toe prai-- tlcal supervision of the game by ibc United Steles Lawn Tennis Assoohi- lion havo been the potent factors in the-development. In order thet trie game will aol eliminate any particular group of men through the ago' handl- People in States Alone cap in playing, the asso- WplUinw clitiou has. divided the championships TP.P scvefa, groups_ are BOTernai] solely by the age the conteslants. Help .Youngsters As a stimulus to the game the as FOR Service Best Attention TRY The Silver GriE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Sign GOOD EATS i i m'.' SPECIALTY IN STEAKS We Aim to Plm. OUR COFFEE BEST IN TOWN 6th St and 4th Ave. Racquet NEW YOHK, Sept. The pro- gress m4dd by lawa tennis during the list fire years has exceeded that ol any otboi- sport In the world, and to- il it Ukes rank as !ho -world's most roimdpollUn riffle, due principally to the earnest efforts of the United States Lawn Tennis Association. Previous to the outbreak of the European tennis was looked upon as an exclusive game for a select few game for those in society -who could not indulge in more stren- uous pastimes. This impression has been corrected within i the past few years with the advent of such stars as McLoughlin, Johnston, Tildea, Wil- liams anil several other athletes, who have demonstrated to the most skep- that it Is a game fit only for the well-trained athlete, and it played as those men play It'll requires an eipenditnre of just as much nhvsical energy as the more severe recognized sports such- as boxing, baseball and football. Not Cosily The Impression that financial means were essential before oho could par- ticipate in the game has also been corrected In the. past as there Is per- haps no national or International game where a player can play the game under such convenient financial con llitions. years oOO.qqo tennis en were scattered-' throughout the United Stales. Today there are Herald Football Competition GAMES PLAYED 3EPT. 25TH CLOSING DATE SEPT. MTH MIDNIGHT First Division vs. Mlddleib'oro. Bradford vs. Bradford city. Huddersfleld vt. Sunderland. United VB Tcttenham 'Spurs Second Division Fulham Notts County. Sheffield Wed. vs. roventry. Cardiff ve. .Vest Ham. Lekerter vs. Third DlvUIon Brentford vs. Crystal p. Portsmouth vs. Mlllwall. SvMndon vs. Merthyr. Queen's Park vs. Luton. I enter tho Herald Football Com- petition in accordance with the rules and conditions announced above, and agree to accept Ihs pub- bindln 3S 8M' mA leBaIly Signed Address Team Standings Won Lest sociation has di signaled tournament playing for boys of. 15 as a means ol starting youngsters to developing into stars to compete in the higher playing u J0 ranks. Tho n'eit class Is the junior, a New York S3 step higher than the youngsters and Cincinnati 77 lower than tie.seniors, who, lake rank Piltsburg 72 over other rlaRRPR Thn vntnMiio frtl. rrhiptuFA 91 Chicago 71 69 over other classes. The veterans fol- low, which is open to men who have St. Ixrais passed the age of 45.' This stamps Boston 59 tennis as the only national pastime Philadelphia..... 65 1 where the caliber of play Is adjusted to fit the age and the game of tho player, and it is also tha only game Phillies Drop One FHILADELPHI St. Lours made It two straight, from Phll- adelphla today by a score'of 5.to 1. _. Score: It. H.' E. tournament players St. 5 U '2, 162 Doak, North and Dilhoefer; Smith, Enzman and Wllhrow." Toney Blanks Cincy KEW YORK, Sept. out iuero are tournament players St. Loois'. participating in this country, showing Philadelphia the marked increase over those of sis years ago numbering about 600. Another Important factor in the cor n growth of Tho gams has been th nation of, lie Dwight Davis tennis trophy in -1900 to be competed for in- ternationally. This cup has traveled close to miles and since its donation has been held by Australia England and the United States.' The players who returned a short from tho Enropeah tournaments cov- ered miles to compete in inter- national play. Rates for Coming .World's Series NEW' YORK, Sept. 22.--Confident the Brooklyn club's lead in the Na- tional league pennant race will not be overcome, President Charles II. Ebbets has announced admission prices ranging from fl to to tho world's series games at Ebbet's field. Pavilion or bleacher seats will ba 41. standing room in the grandstands will be sold at J2, while back rows in the stands will be 53. Front rows will be sold at J5. -Boi seats are quot- ed at {6. All grandstand seats wlii be reserv- ed and sold tor four games. In event any ot the games are unplayed 're- funds will be made. BARNES FAMILY SHINES IN THIS TOURNAMENT PARKH1LL, sTpt. Barnes family of Allsa Craig, with the able assistance of some of Its won the baseball tour- nament In which six teams from this neighbor competed. It was filling when the trophy was presented to.the winning team that it was handed to Charles Barnes, catcher of the Allsa Craig outfit. Charlie Barnes was.playing baseball with adult teams befoi1; most of the players In the tolirnamlnt were born. The winning-battery was Barnes and Barnes, son 'and father, and a brother of the pitch- er played first base. Herald football Competition Week ending Sept. close midnight Sept, 24 gpvermng the competition are as follows; 1. Tha competition will fill Tho Herald Football Competition. 2. Competitors will bo entitled to many entries as they desire, pro- vided each entry Is accompanied by twenty-five cents, and raupons to Iho number of entries. 3. Competitors must cross out the names of the clubs they thtnh low ond cross out the names of iota u tney consider a draw will rc- rolt, 4. Coupons can only be secured fran ajtrtmg of The Her- 5. AH motifcs received will bo re- In prizes. The amount and of prtieg published ovary Monday morning f6r .that Results, ot conypetl- will be Wed- nesilay find cheques to succo.isful competitors will bo mailed immcd- alely on receipt of confirmation by tha Alhletlc News. 6. All entries must he posted or Selivered to The Herald before mid. night on Fridays. A Friday post- mark from points outside of the city of LclhbrMgo will be considered as containing a legitimate entry. The name and address of ttio competitor must be clearly marked each coupon. 9. Stamps must not be used as Myment for entries. 10. All entries must be address- ea to the Kdltor. Football Competi- tion Herald, Uibbrldfje. to Edifor'3 flcd3' RAQTOAIT Major Minprs Results and League NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn ss" 63 I Cl, 63 76 76 -.SO. 87 PcL .593 .556 .616 -.511 .4561 .476! .425 .387 pitched Napier In the final game he- tween New York and Cincinnati to- day, the Giants winning 1 to 0. Score: H. E. Cincinnati............ 0 0 ew York i 60 Napier and Wingo; Tonev and Smith. Cubs Lose, BOSTON, Sept. closed Us season In Bosfon today-by losing 4 V., J Score: li. H. B. Chicago................ 2 s 4 Boslon 4 c 1 Cheeves, Slartln and O'Fafrell; Oeschger and O'Neill. (Only three AMERICAN LEAGUE Team Standings Won Lost Cleveland 91 Chicago New York St I.ouis Washingfon. Boston Detroit ____ Philadelphia 91 90 71 70 68' 53 45 52 55 57'- .Sl 76 7S Sfi 97 ROYAL PARADE FOR SMUTSftFFVFRVmnm r u i AMI, A iiniiVil far the Bu'cktagn'aVpato ta London evident interest. The Duke of York Is behind Majesty examining Scout Patrickson's bugle with Pet. .637 i .623! .612 .537 ISPIROF soeci PRIZE Lefiibi-idge Man Wins Second Others In PrizS'Money WhltHcId, 12S1 Hth St. WOMAN HURT BY GOLF DRIVE ONLY SORRY' SHE SPOILED SHOf NEW- Sept; 18-How golf gels iuio tho system and stays there I was demonstrated on the ninth hole jilt Engineers' yesterday Maurice Mis ley, tho..Atlantic C ily I slar, slam- med, a brassle shot lu the general di- ritetiou ot greeD. It was a low ball, and instead of skirting past a big oak tree It went close to the trunk and hit a young woman standing there to escape the rain squall that bad just come up. It was a powerfully hit' shot, and she bent over, suffering intense- pain, for the .322 -T j.------ ...u 1ULCUOG' JJsiJLI, 111G _.. is theiwuincr of the lint ball liad hit her In the side A frlond n the Eccond> week ol to her Bid, but, after admitting 1 s FonttaiT sbe reaily was badly hurt, she dismiss ed the incident, while she shouted to Rlsley, "I'm so eorry I spoiled your .473 Hsrald's Football competition. is Is divided among fourteen i winners; Quite a number of whom are Sox Wallop Athletics .CHICAGO, Sept. hits oft three pitchers. Chicago todarJ lnlercst ln 'he competition la grow- won their sixth straight game, steadily, and the number of "en- Ing Philadelphia 9 to 2 and thereby! 3 for the third' keeping even with Cleveland. Score: n Ph'Uffdclphia Chicago j) Perry, Kommell, Xaylor and kins; Ctcotle and Schalk. Ruth's Hitfing Wina ST. LOUIS, Sept. York i batted hard today and won fromI 're the results of each Louis S to 3. Ruth led tho attack m thG Saturday after- a single, a dou Vi tiwuni aio i ui bu Eorry i spoiled your from outside points. The first week a It was a spoiled sho" prize, so that his ball had caromed'off the woman a city and country are .no'w eiren la the ,vl l.lJp miiU LUillJJbLHlOn is proof that it wiil'not bo long before H E prize Is doubled. That Ui what the Herald is aiming tho so largo that every is what ._ I, 3 j make the eatric. InSoutbera Alberta will be repre- seated. H la a splendid way to keep up interest in tho soccer game during months, and as tbe II three runs, he made his total runs scored for the season 151. Score: R ew York............. s JS Sl- Louis 3 H o and Hannah; Debcrry, Bayne, Diirwcll, Boehlcr and Sever- old. Tigers Win Swalfest PBTROIT, Sept. 21.-A ninth Inning rails- gava Detroit a 12 to II victory over Washington tod.v r------ iui- ball had caromed off the woman and landed.in the middle of a sand trap. WASHINGTON, Sept." dian Clarence M. Stone, master o( Iho United States main thing la to send In your I'anhandlc n your Make aa many guesses S :'8 >'ou "ke.fo long as each is accom panied by25 cents and an official coupon clipped a copy of tho Herald. The full list of last week's winners: A e woul goes .to es .o Whltneld. 231 14th St: N., city, or iilr.e correr-t forecasts. The second prize will be B. ting tl.35 for night correct. Washington ij Detroit..............'_'_ 12 20 Krlckson, BMID, "r'niirlirey and Qbarrlly; Conliwrisht. Gbscnr, n.ium- Earlner, nogart Jlanlon Indians Take Strjloht Sept. batted three pltchcr.i-at will today! shared hv' tho each get- rom Boston-12 to I. H was Clcve- land's seventh victory and I they will enter the pcries w'ilh Chl-l cage on Thursday with a lead of one I and hoif games In the American league -.pennant raw. Tomorrow is an off day for both teams 'R. II. E. Boston j J. Masson, sth St. S., city. A. Vff'hb, 1S02 eth Arc. A. N., rlty. C. St. N., city F. Kcali-y. 5S7 19th St. N. city Hnlton, 118 12th St, C. X, city. llth St. S. city. of J5.00 for seven the following Cleveland 12 17 0 Jones Harper, Hoyi'and Schang; Covelcsklo, Morton and O'.Vclll. PACIFlCLOAST Vernon 8; Oakland 3. Kau Francisco 5; Los Angeles 4. hicramenlo-SeAflle, rain Salt Lake-Portland, rain, Columbus 4; KXnsas City IS S; St. Paul 7. S. Iwauhce-Tolcdo and .Minneapolis- Louisville, gamw last Sunday K. Dunk, 306 Thos. Oakley, Jlowell Jonfc.s. Taber. .7. T. Marks. Maslcod. "26 7th St. A. S., city. John Tcnnant, 19" Slh Ave. N, city. H. II, Jllncks. nth St. S: Ia says the Safety League. tf ff. BETTING ON BIG RACE LONDON. Sept. Associated to- nay on the Cesrewltch race iloil'each and Braekett, 100 to 6; Blue Dun, 100 to 1; Kentish Cob and Keysoe, 20 to I: Spear Wort 34 to 1; Carellcr and Rochdew 25 to 1: Ooldeu to 1; Phan- ff ton Bold, S3 to 1 -------Queenstown, ilespito orders of tho British ent that ships from the Unit- ed Stales must not stop there on the eastward passage will get no help "OhSoNearBut Yet So Far" Is Toronto's Song -NEW t'ORK, Sent. won the Interna- tional league pennant-by a margin of two and one-half games over the Tor- onto club, according 'to the official statement given out yesterday. The official standing of the clubs follows: .Team TVon Baltimore Toronto.........108- Buffalo 96. Akron............ SO Iteadirfg......... C5 Jersey City...... 61 Rochester........ 45 Syracuse......... 33 Losr 43 67 63 S3 93 105 Pet. 719 701 627 689 433 399 298 221 that 20th Century Brand clothes' are the best in the and it wouldn't, be very far from the naked truth.' Sold. Exclusively by S Bert Kester s Men's Shop Home of 20th Century "Ctothlna Alexander Hotel Block On the Corner Mr. Darling also advocated, It Is' claimed, tie general issue com-' parallvely short term billH of exchange transit, as a method of 'standardizing1 th'a currency.: said Air. Darling, "wo can so" arrange tho empire's ezchanges that it becomes, in effect, a united econ- omic whole, endeavoring as far as pos- sible to supply its own iiants and Its own balance to repay, the debt to America (United the advan- tages to all parts of the British Em- pire will be considerable." Sept. 2i.-The establish- ment of an "empire bank" whoso func- tion would be to act as tho bankers ot governments and banks with a central office In London, Kngland, and branches throughout the empire, was the suggestion made at today's ses- sion ot the congress of chambers ot commerce of (lie empire, by John F. r passage wil get no help merce o ia empire, by from tho United States'state depart-1 Darling, of London, England. Birtit; UUJjaiL- I ment if he comes to grfet in'an at-' tempt to carry out his threats. H is generally.recognized that any government has the right to' close one of Its ports against ships of all nations in timo of stress. PHOENIX SHUTS DOWN WITH MONEY. TO GOOD GRAND FORKS, Sept. The Corporation of the City of Phoenis will officially go out of business at the ena of the 5 ear, when the mantle of being the highest incorporated city m .Canada will relinquished. This course was decided at -the last meet- ing of tha couucil. But Phoenix is not vtt Thoro" are debentures that were not due mitl 1921, but tho council have b-cn getting in touch with the bondholders and aro redeeming tho bonds with in- terost to maturity. About halt the bonds have now been liquidated and there Is enough cash In tho treasury" to liquidate tho Balance and still hav'o a nice cash contribution to baud over to the Provincial Government. new CHOLERA IN KOREA TOKYO, Sept. new cases ol cholera have beea discovered in Korea, according to an official state- ment issued, at Seoul. This Snakes tlie .number of the disease more than o( whomVoro than nlnep thousand bave'dled. I'lionms well digger, of Man- illa, was InECantly killed on a farm near that village. PHONE 666 i% FIFTH STREET K-iv Bertlco SUtlon for tie famoai K-W Magneto.. All nikn of Diagnotor, (enertton, aollt paired. Full stock of rep'slr jnrw All work (rnaracteel. MAGNETS RECHARQED The Roy Electric Co. 51S 4th Avenue PHONE 7J5 An Athletic Stride Indicates (food feet, kept so by wearing flood shoes that fit right. We've been catering tp men for many and once you start In wearing our you'll never quit. We offer many detlnble styles In smart, trim appearance, fnom SLATER" ,nd the "YALE" at the best roakers-Trt uniformly low prices, LOUIS KEEL SHOP FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES AND T1U8 FLpRSHEJM 8HOB ;