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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX A THE IJBTIffiRTOGE DAtLY HBRA1J By G. McManus BRINGING UP FATHER IN wire or THE RACKET- THE OOOR-BEI.U FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER FOR Quick Service Best Attention TRY The Silver Grill OPEN DAY AND NIGHT GOOD EATS SPECIALTY IN STEAKS We Aim to Please OUR COFFEE BEST INiTOWM 5th St and 4th Ave, 1 ethbridge Cops Baseball Tourney; Seaman Pitches Best Game of the Season Defeat Goaldale 5 to Hidpalh and Dahler Knock Home Runs entire started N 1-ethbridse won first place in the baseball louriuimeru at the Coaldale- Lethbrjdpe fair aud carnival yesier- clofeiitiLg Coaldale in :i tight fivf to three. Steve Seaman illd the tric-lc. although the Coaldale en- ihusiasts Iripd their best to get under his skin, ills pitching was faultless and, although he was hard pressed on n.couyle of occasions he came out of tlieui sniiiillK, particularly In the siJth inuiuK whei: Lethbridge was ahead two runs auil Coaldale had two men "on bases and none out. Sieve Just fanned the nest three meu up. The boys were all lishiud Steve. They encouraged him in every way possible, bin they made three errors, uiily one ot whit-h was cosily. J-eth' bridge started off with three rims and Coaldale did not a (ally until the third when they got- one run across. In the fourth they two more and theu Steve refused to let 2b. them get another. Xoole! p. Dahler's Drive Lund. If. Lethbridge fought scoreless after the fourth until the fifth when Dahler started the innlug oii with, a home run am! Morrison, Huff and Stone fol- .lowed with singles, Morrison scoring the 'second run. Thp ?ame was a seventh inning affair, the same as the previous game when CoaMale defeated Coalhurst by a score of nine to noth- ing. Plenty, of enthusiasm was shown throughout the entire championship contest: The game was fought every ,inch of jt tho iila.vefa Aiiu ths Spectator's. When Dahler, lha first the game, biffed a single to left and Morrison followed with a j Cheese Got Homer For tho first two Innings only sii men faced Steve and in the third .when Hidpath, playing for Coaldale, wholloped a homer, right down to in front ot the main door of the auJito num. four men went to bat. In the fourth Berg hit a homer in the same neighborhood and drove Clime in in front of him. Five men had their chance that time. In no other innings did more than five men face Steve. The-most men Lelhbridge had to bat in one inning was seven. This was in the first aud in the fifth sis men faced-Lewis. Noble had pitched the CARPENTIER AND LEVINSKY BOUT MEW YORK, Sept. 24.-The hosing bout between Georges Carpenlier and Rattling Levin- sky will be held in Jersey City baseball park, October 12, the International Sporting Club announced last -night. ft ;ame against Coalhursl :alnsl but and wa hurst and only one against Coaldale. The score was nine to nothing tn favor of Coaldale. The game was considerably late in starling. At first Coa'.dale did not ar- rive on' the scene in time and just about the time they vere ready to take the field the Coalhurst boys dis- covered that or.e of their players was not on the job so a car had to be sent down town after him. Bers was the hero of this garco. !le was ploying short for Coaldale and the first time np he knocked a homer out into the motor cars in front of the main building. He did the came thing retired in fsvor of during the fifth inning. During both games the, suu was had in the eyes SECOND GAME Box Coaldale UB. R. H. PO. A. B. Brown, c........... 2 0 0 10 Juckson, c. 3 Clime'......'....... 2 Berg, s.s Oreen, If........ Ridpath, "ct..... McCann. rf. BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League AMERICAN LEAGUE Won last PcL 91 53 .632 92 5H .026 SO 57 .012 73 Cl .544 70 .478 6S 7S .459 5? 8S .397 40 ?S .319 Cleveland Chicago Sew York at. Louis kYashington Boston ___ Detroit Philadelphia CLE Cleveland Outclasse 3VELAND. Sept. Says Gamblers Forbidden White Sox To Win Pennant CHICAGO, Sept. a story here yesterday, B. B. Johnson, president of the American League, was quoted as having said that rhe had "heard statements that the White Sox would not dare to win the 1920 pennant because the managers pf a Gambling syndicate, alleged to have certain players tn their had'forbldden it." The gamblers arc said to have backed Cleveland heavily, Oldharo Athletic 5 Bradford City C Newcastle United tf Manchester G Manchester Cijy. West. Jirom Cijy. today met Chicago in the first game. Bradford'...___ 6 of a series of three that Is expected to decide the American league cham- pionship and broke under the terrific of the' White Sox, losing 10 to when he next came up and for his third time at bat he singled to light, and finished by striking "out in the i 3. Chicago put-played Cleveland in Eixlh. j every department ol the game, out- Devrae started pitching for Coal-1 hitting tho locals Jo to S, making but hurst but was removed'In the sixth, i one error lo'three for Furlong went in hut it was too late Arsenal Blackburn Rovers 6 2 Preston N. B. 6 2 Burnley.'........C 2 Sheffield United. 6-2 1 1 1 0 0 to do anything. two off him. The entire Coaldale team faced Devine in the first inning- and four runs was tho net result. Box Coalnursl' 3b. 0 Cunning. 2b. cf..... While, If. AB. H. H. PO. A.E. Toials Lcthtr'idge Dahler, rf....... Morrison, Ib. Huff, c......... Stouc. :ib....... EYUIIG, _b....... Liringstone, cf. Maclean, Furlorig, ss.... Seaman, p....... Totals....... ..25 3 3 IS 3 1 AD. H. H. PO. A. B. 3 2 1 I 12 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 1 7 21 Devine, p....... Pearson, rf. Peas, c......... Furlong, s.s., p. Totals Co aid ale Brown, c. Jackson, 3b..... Clime, Ib. Berg. 3 0 0 0 1 1 1 o 0 13 1 1 stealing three bases while Cleveland stole none. As a result Cleveland now by hut half a game. Score: R. H.. B. Chicago 10. 15 1 Cleveland 3 S 3 Kerr and Suh.ilk; Bagby. Caldweli, Uhle and O'Neill. Nine Straight For Myers BOSTON. opened! ...24 0 4 21 6 fj AB.K.H.PO.A.E ..4 3 1 12 3 1 Tottenham 'Spur-0 6 B Chelsea Middlesboro Derby County... G 1 S 3 11 2 10 2 9 S 9 9 9 3 1-3 13 1 4 C 2 C 10 2 3 3 3 2 7 8 C S s n s it S'14 5 9 5 0 6 11 Indians And Sox Bat tie Hard In Crucial Series Cleveland Loses First of Series Hut is. Confident of Win- ding Out English Division P. W. D. L. F. A. P. South Shields 6 3 3 0 12 6 9 6 3 Cardiff City West Ham United C Notts County 6 Clapton Orient.. 7 Bury Hull City-... .Blackpool Pulham ___ Vale 1 12 ill 1 7 1 S j rxjn. its linal series of the season with! Bristol City Philadelphia today. Boston'-winning S.Liecester City Green, rf. p. Lund, cf. 0 J Mlidnath.' 2b. McCann, If. 0 0 to 2. -H was Myers' ninth ;consecu- live victory. Score: n.' E. Philadelphia.......... 2 10 0; Boston 9 1G 0 Perry am! Walker; .Myers and Schang. Detroit Loses Two DETP.OIT, Sept. Louis won 0 j both games pf a double header from 0 I Detroit today g.-to 4 and 3 to 0. 01 First, H. II. E. 01 St. S 3 Sheffield Wed. B 5 7 6 6 G 6 C Barnsley Rotherham Clllty 6 Notts Forest 6 Birmingham Leeds United YiViverhampion Coventry City aingle to right the Lelhbridge boosters i were up on their toes. Huff put down j a fielder's choice and Stone gnt safe! FIRST GAME when'Jackson fumbled a' ball. The game between Coalhurst and error by Berg, on short, completed the i Coaldalo was nothing to boast about.: scoring for l.elhbrirlge as Evans had I Coaldale had it all thoir own way alllo'DOWD OUTFOUGHT KID LEWIS'anil Manion got safe and IXvingBlone'and although She Coaihurst buys! struck out- 'Dabler had been catightihad their hearts in tho game. Niue Totals ..........SO' 9 S 21 4 1 Detroit 4 9 Davis arid- Severeid; Morrissette, Friel and Ainsrnith. Second game-i; K, II. E, St. Louis 3 10 1 072 Tiayne and Billings; Bogart, Ayres asleep off first. errors wera chalked up againat Coal- Who Will Be The Winner This Week Entries Close at Midnight Tonight Be Sure and Send Your Entries In JERSEY CITY, N. J., Sept. Mike O'Dowd of St. Paul; former dlewelght champion out-foughL Ted j Lewis, claimant pi the English Brooklyn welterweight and middleweight titles. York in a 12-round hout hero Thursday I Cincinnati night. Plttsburg __________________ Chicago KNOCKED OPPONENT Sl NATIONAL LEAGUE Won 71 Lost 59 63 67 6S 76 76 S3 3S Pet. .601 555 .393 B 5 1 5 2 C 3384 3 S 9 4 4 S 11 4 4554 3.5 9 4 Slocfcporl County 6 1 1 4 10 17 3 English League Third Division P.W. P. A. V. Crystal "Palacp. 6 4 Southhampton G 4 3 Millwall Athletic 7 4 'i 12 10 2 11 9 2 S 9 2 12 10 6 5 6 6 7 S .9 11 3 2 Jlerthyr Town Watford........ Exeter City..... 6 Queen's Park K.. C 3 6 3 Portsmouth..... 7 2 Gillingham .....7 2 Plymouth Argyle 6 1 Bristol Rovers ..'6 S Grimsby Town 6 3 Luton Town 6 2 0 1 Northampton ..7 1 I) 5 Xewport County. 6015 Scollsh League I'.W. 7-7 4 The Herald's Weekly Football closes tonight and this will remind you that you have ji-st time to get in your entry. Cut out: the form on this page. Make your same m an envelope addressed Football Competition, Lethbridge and drop it In the box tonight. There are good prizes -for the Iticky or clever oies. It may be you. is ihe mini- mum given in prfzes each week and all entry fees received are awarded in prizes each week. We want to make It and you can help us. Tha competition has developed Into a contest between city and country, and the outside points, particularly that home of football, The Pass, are going strong this week. Herald Football Competition Week ending Sept close midnight Sept. 24 the competition are as follows: 1, The will railed Hit- Herald Competition. 2, CompfiMtors le entitled to ninny entries as Ihfiy ilpfllre, pro- virlcd entry !s ficciompaniccl by twentV'Rve ftctits, nod coniions lo Hie iriiinber of cnlries. o. inns! out lliy iianics of the i-liOis they think Aill i'ji-e antl cross out tho nanios of jnlh if they consider a draw will re- mit. 4. Coupons, can only lie secured rrain-the sjwrlins itago of The Her- lift r.. {iionies rec-civcJ will be re- 1n. The amount HTifl will bu MfjtKiay -morning fur wfM-Ji'i Resnlls of Ciouii wili published OYftry day cTioques lo competitors will be mailed imined- alelv on rceelpt ol conflnnallon by Ihe Athletic News. 6. All entries must bo posted or 5ellvered to The Herald liofore mid- night on Fridays, A Friday post: mark from points outside of the city of l.ethbrlrtge will be considered aa lontaining a legitimate entry, 7. The name and address of tho competitor must he clearly marked an each coupon. Stamps must not ha used MS for entries, 10. All fiilrlea miHt be address- ed to the Kditur, football CompcM Herald, 11. The porting Kditor's decis- ion will Lo final. 32. Employeei of The IlnraltJ are barred from tho competHion. Herald Football Competition ENTRY FORM GAMES PLAYED SEPT. 25TH CLOSING DATE SEPT. 24TH MIDNJGHT First Division Arsenal vs. Middiesboro. Bradford vs, Bradford City. Hudciersfield vs. Sunderland. Man. United vs Tottenham'Spurs Second Fulham vs. Notts County. Sheffield Wed. vs. Coventry. Cardiff vs. West Ham. Leicester vs. Birmingham. Third Division Brentford vs. Crystal P. Portsmouth vs. Mlllvvall. Swindon vs. Mcrthyr. Queen's Park vs. Luton. I enter the Herald Football Com. Ijetition In accordance with the rules and announced above, and agree to accent tho lishod decision as final and legally binding. Signed Address.................... Brentford [535 j Heading 6 (Soutbend United. C Brighton H. A. 0 479 Norwich City 6 DOWN'sYveRAL TIMES 'mi Town 6 JERSEY CITY, N. .1.', Sept. Philadelphia ..._____ lio Jackson New York defeated] Ted Fitzgerald ol' Australia last I Clnty Lss" v night, allhouEh the visitor lasted the j Sept. I full eight rounds. "Jackson knocked I msde it thrco straight f-om Cincinnati Fitzgemld 'down several times during! a victory of 4 to 0. the bout. I Score: R. H. ____________________________' [Cincinnati 070 4'9 1 Eller am! Rarlden; Cooper and Schmidt. Philadelphia Wins Two PHILADELPHIA.. Sept. Acad' delphla hroke its losing streak of sever, straight today by winning two! Lanark games from Boston 7 to 6 and 6 to 1. i MoADrwell Stengel made a home run in each Queen s Park Aberdeen game: R. H. Boston................ C n Philadelphia 7 15 Hovers Scblt and O'Neill; Bells. Smith and Kllmarnoch Wllhrow. Second game: n. H. E. Boston 1 S olAj-r l-nited Philadelphia 6 13 0 st- McQuillan and Gpwdyj R. Unhhell isnd Wheat. Xo other games scheduled. 173 1 13 4 2 S C 1 12 a. 2 14 6 1 S 3 2 S 4 2 16 10 2 '9' 6 2012 1 C 3 399 8 10 9 15 3 r, 6 6 2 4 3 11 7 M 3 15 En- couraged c-asy victory yes- terday over Ihe Cleveland Indians, when they cut-tho-latter's lead to halt a game, Ihe Chicago White Sox were determined "to'win" today 'and' replace the local team.at the head of the Am- erican race, fhe Indians were riot the le-ist "discouraged over their the first In eight games.-. They, wdro'; confident that Walter southpaw pitcher, would slop' the Chicago batsmen and that the end'of'the game would again find and a Urban Faher was. slated-to do the pitching for Chicago. Jjteps'tq jfreyent' a recun-enco of yesterday's" wholesale scalping of tickets the police fol- lowing the arrest of three 'men charg- ed with receiving excessive prices for tickets to An ex- tra force of -men.hava been posted in the vicinity pf the'ball park and at certain downtown places. STRANGE: how many men mud- dle through life in' ill- fitting clothes...' Suc- cessful men: are well dressed. Thousands of them wear 20th Century Brand. Sold Exclusively BertKesters Men's Shop Alexander Hotel Block On the Corner HARNESS RACING OLD SP6RT Records Back 120 Years Show Times Then Were Finals In Ladies' Golf Championship c 6 r> 5 Dundee......... 8 Airdrienonians S Morton 9 Celtic.......... 6 Partick Thistle'-. S llthernlans S Hearts 7 V. A. P. 5 14 C 11 b is 110 3 19 12 11 2 n 11 11 0 S 4 10 2 15 7 10 10 1 14 0 3 13 10 13 13 2 15 10 4 If, 11 2 12 1.1 4 13 15 5 10 IS S 9 11 5 10 12 4 13 23 6 0 15 6 5 IS 0 5 18 C 7 20 HAMILTON; Ont, Sept. fax, Toronto and Atlanta Ga., are in IheVeml-fina'.s.of the Caua dian IsdieV golf championship, whlcl 4 arc Bcheduled-for-today. Mlss.Slerl 41 ing of Atlanta, her oppo nonls hi th'e second and third'round today with a. comfortable margin in each today is Mis Bauld of Halifax. Miss Robertson o the.VBeacphsaeld- .club, Montreal ha to meet Miss MacKenzie, the presen Canadian champion. The games-) the thlqd round yesterday afternoo ware all close, "except that.in whlc Mies Sterling defeated Miss Hutton o Miss' MacKenzie and Fellowes had .to play an eitra hole 1 their match, and Miss Robertson an Miss Bauld won from Miss Felfowe and Miss Nesbitt 'only on the lai hole. 9 10 9 9 9 S S S s 8 Horness racicg, recogitzftd as.onc: the _principar outdoor also anks a's one of .the Probably best card In. recent1 years was duled- for- "ths str.to air. Although the- racing ganie has had a lean as well as prosperous, years he'.recoTds clearly show that jibe' lime nr :ihe riiile .was gradually, jinuroved on lor more than -a- contiiTr. Records on in ibis country a to back 120 Teara? according to a eruial of the record books. .The a stest -records at different decades since 1800 are giretras follows: 1SOM X. Y., .805; N Boston Jlorse. Philadel- AnguBl, 1810; mile, 1820-1830 Bowery Boy, September two inliea, Drover, p. g., mile. Unknown, p., ch. 1844; milt, Pocahonlas, p., ch. m., Billy. Boyce, p, h. c., 1856: mile, Sleepy Tom, 1878; Johnston, p., Pointer, r., b. h., Patch, p., hr. h., I'M; Star 1897; mile, Dan '1910-1919, Uhlan, 'bl. g. Men removing coal ashes outside a mfll in Mains nncoTere'd a tank of snow 8 feet sqOaro 4 inches deep. PACIFIC COAST Kan Francisco 3, Angeles fi. Vcrnon S; Oakland 1. Knit l.aVc't'ortlSnd, rain. postponed, rain AMFRICAN ASSOHATION T.onlsrllie 2; Kansas City 1. Colunitms 4; Milwaukee 0. Iniliannpolls 10; Minneapolis 2. (No others scheduled.) PHONE 666 410 FIFTH STREET Old Country Football I I-eagiie standings up lo September IS, inclusive: English Division I p. w. u. r. A. p. Ilnddcrsfield T.. 6 S 0 1 6 t, 101 llioltcn Wanderers? 1 216 7 Aston Villa- 4 1 2 15 i 'Sunderland 6 3 2 112 6 8, i Kverton 6 3 2 1 14 10 81 ......6 3 -1 33 8 7J K-W Service Station Serrlto Station for tho (arnout K'VV Magnetos. All of magnetos, generators, coils rfr paired, Tull stock o! repair paris car. ricd. All work eviarantGoiI. MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. 618 4lh Avenue South PHONE 75S Kvcry man wears 'em and Clothing Prices FOR FALL] Kverybody wants to about clothing prices for only nat- ural. s Clothes iiro a necessity. ho don't want lo pay any more than he has to pay for Ihom. .Costs have advanced in every weaving and manufacturing. But there is one'thing yo can and will do for our our know- ledge ot market conditions and our buying power chase for leaa, then soli at tho closest margin ever'at- le'm'nlctl. The results nro woiicierful values. Our and overcoats selling at are concrete evidence. at to LOUIS SHOP OF FAKIltOX CRAFT CLOTH rf AND TUB FLOKSUMM SHOB 01-1VBK DLOCK ST. ;