Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
TJBTHBRlDGtl DAILY SEPTEMBER 2.1. BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus rninmiriiTn tarnr IVIttl Will Decide Team to .Meet Ed- monton Fragments For Championship Ltthbridge Fragments left last night for Calgary to play the Cal- gary Callies in the return match In the Bennett Shield' tions to decide the championship of Alberta. The Callies and Frag- ments stag ad a scoreless tie here fast Saturday, anci the winner of today's game which takes pface at HiElhurst Park at 5 o'clock1 will meet the Edmonton Fragments, owners of the Northern division In'home" and home games in the finals fur the championship. Last year Lethbridge Frag- ments beat Hillhurst on Calgary grounds 1 to 0 in the finals for the championship and supporters here are very sanguine that .the team will turn the trick again to- day on enemy ground. So much interest has been man- ifested focally In the result of to- day's game that the Herald staff writer accompanied the team, and besides sending' through a flash on the result, which will be bul- letined, will write a complete si cry of the game for Monday's sport'page. The Fragments are trained down fine for the big contest. The two teams will line up as fol- lows: goal; Cooper and Gtllespiel backs; Haig, Wilson and Burns, half backs; .Patterson, Gibb, Kirk wood, Banks and Co we, forwards. Fragments Hugh Mcllvena, goal; Kane and Shaw, backs; Dunlop. Chlswiek and Davis, half backs; Harold Mcllvena, Knox, Billy Linning, Allen and Hammy Linning, forwards. FOR Quick Service Best Attention TRY The Silver Grill OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Sign GOOD EATS SPECIALTY IN STEAKS We Aim to Please OUR COFFEE BEST IN TOWN 5th SL and 4th Ave. uuiiii u fVro Starts To-day The new entry Eonu utid schedule for week's competition appears today, and contestants are advised to clip it out aud consider the piotmbU- vrlimers. The stautling of all the iu tlia leagues appeared in the Herald yesterday, and some may ob- tained of the position ot the teams appearing ID our competition this week. The third week's entries show an in- crease of quite a number over pre- ceding weeks and Indications are lluit we ebalP quickly be enabled to in- crease the prize money. For next; week the prize money will remain i Detroit hut we would like to see sufficient entries received in order that we cau announce a Dig boost in the prizes. Don't overlook tbo fact that ail monies received are returned Major Minors Results and League j M AV ATXi i A 1> A AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland Chicago..... New York St. Louis Washington lioston 47 79 SS 9S ret .635 .C21 .611 JSO .460 .401 .324 in prizes, and you can put iu as many entries as yon wish. Recruit Keeps Indians on Top CLEVELAND. Kcj.t. Mails, Cleveland's southpaw recruit. Charlie McCarthy Wants To Meet Clonie Tait In Lethbridge at Early Date Jack Waterman is Trying lo Arrange for Frank Barrieau lo Fight Has Gone lo Seattle to Fix Up Fight. the efforts of the Ixith- bridge Sports Club, boxing fans are rtue to sea Charley McCarthy, one of lha game's fastest lightweights In ac- .lion here in the near future. Plans} are formulating whereby McCarthy! will be brought to the city within the j nest week or so. Jack Watermap. I matchmaker for the Club, left last i night for Seattle where the matter of securing a suitable-Oopponent for! Charlie McCarthy will be part of his! business. Other matters .Tick will at-1 tend lo will be arranging for Fra'nk flarrieau to conic lo I.ethbrlilge ID the near future. A challenge is being sent to Clonie fait, lightweight champ of Canada, to meet McCarthy in I.ethlridge for the tittle on Thanksgiving day.' Mc- Carthy Js posting n side bet of one thousand dollars that lie can obtain the decision over Tail. Whether Tait' will once more sidestep McCarthy orj not remains to be seen. Charlie Mc- Carthy is a hauler in more wave lhan :one.'-.He is one ol Ihe survivors of Ihe original Princess Pats, and saw serv- ice overseas for four years. The fans want to see a man wilh his ability and record. He came out of the >var-with three bullets In his body. invalided home, and has regained heslltt and strensth due partly to his splendid physique, lie still pines for icilon, and if Tait ever meets htm, It's nore than likely that Tait will go all [he action ho wants. The fans may raped a full nouncement in the course of a day M.-O. LEAGUER SETS WORLD'S MARK SUCCESSIVE pitched ugainst Chicago lodity, .consequently the White Sox lost their opportunity to lake the lead iu the American league championship in this series by losing to the Indians 2 lo P. Mails had the White- Sox bat- ters nuzzled all the way anil won his fifth straight victory since joining the local team. only 3'hits .mid struck out six men. (1 3 .1 i Cleveland 3 9 "0 ,_____ Faber and .Mails and iO'N'Oill. Gianfs and Robins Open 'Five' Homers Fail to Help Yanks Game antl In- dinns in Last Game sou's total lo f'ailert to the New York Americans in their almost hope- NEW YORK, Sept. Brook-' The Yankees were to lyn and York baseball teams. evcll with. Washington.-losing tei- a two days rest meet.at EbbeUV tllB flrst ganie 3 to t taking Ihe Charley McCarthy has issued a challenge to Ciouie Tait to meet him in-Lethliridge in the near future. Arrangements are being made for Frank Barrieau to come as well.. field today in Ihe first of their" live-: game series which .will definitely cide the winner of the National league. I T pennant. Brooklyn enters the serlos with a lead of five games over the'Giants; Secom( Game and in order for Robinson's Washington 1 rec-ond 2 to 1. 8 0 4 2 Acosta and Piclnlch; Mays and Han- Grent Game Decided 1 to 0 in and of the Ferule Bloods would get away with the ball, only to be interceplod byJIcAndrcvs andi Turner who did some remarkable playing throngboul tho game. Rudd] caused qullo'a sensation during the] first -half of the game by getting through" Fcrnie's delence which very malting a shot at the goal -which :was stopped by the Fernie goaj keeper. J. Jolnson had the mistortune to miss an alinost pure goal by a flnlse shot.'' Dirty Mulligan kept'causing quite a, seiisalion every few mmules'.by raihing ihrougb only to be stopjicd by cries of "offside's" "V Brand cost more than poor they're worth .it.-and more than worth it. That's the reason of their success.- Sold Exclusively by BertKetfer's Men's Shop" Alexander Hotel Block On Ihe Corner fore ended one of the hardest football games ever known in Kest Pass or Ft'rnie. The game.being piay- niakj-s' llroni the Weachers. Ramsey, McVey.led absolutely clean from beginning to IUHKCS and end by. both, teams. Special mention team to win tho_ pennant, it "will be necessary for them to tate'two games; from Xcw. York. If -liroolilyn wins only one game from Xew York they still have a chance of winning York- and Gharrity: Hannah. iii Tigers Win winning Shot "An Observer" sends through the following account ol Ihe Cooper Cup final between Blairmore Farnle s.icter teams on Sept. 13th, Blah-more ijwiniucc 1 to 0 in ever time: Tho 'opening scene was ii lirighi, Collins and i arid'sunshiny ilay, wi'.u f. field I that was perfect in every deUlt. At ft.ni.-our Blainnnro Terrors niih FOR the pennant by defeating Boston iu i frora'st I ou HITTINN Hie final game of .Ihe season on tober Z. splendidly' throughout. Milis lo'st a considerable amount of gore through a Ferule player .coming into contact his nasal organ, two Linning brothers were like 'lightning during the -whole gama, -WJ tinning received a painful kjeh In the side during the first hairwhieh stopped, the. game for ten nilhutes. atter'irticTflip went back on the field than ever.1. The whistle blew full time after one hour and fifteen minutes playing LONOON, Sept. Is thought to be a world's record for. organized baseball was dis- covered by Sattsticlan E. J. Stein of Ihe Michigan-Ontario League In fcloslng up the averages for 1920. Outfielder F. Wetzei of the Flint dub, who was sold to St. Louis Americans, secured 22 hits in 23 times at bat In eight con- secutive games, starting with two games on September 6 and ending with the close of the season Sep- tember 12. Wetzfl's 22 hits Included eight doubles, seven triples and two home runs, for a total of 50 bases, and his average for the eight eight games was .957, This spurt will make Him leader of the league with an average of .370. wo" conspicuous colors of bl.ick :i'n'l and.no goals scored.' -After ten mln- ly.Kito S in a arrived on [he fieuT 100 utes rest the gafneVas reaumeu, this !per cent, efficient with cletennination time' bad the advantage -oi Tht Indians-Sox Clash ij j w'" written all over them In-cap-! hiring, the sun .behind The CLEVELAND Seiit''5__The Clove IB ital letters. At 3.30. Ihe scheduledfgame was now swaying from one end land Indians" and Ihc Ch'ic-ira White '--lencM having arrived, Ihis remark was of the flold to. the other, one could the.hardly tell-whether the players had J Tail-Endtrs.Take Came Fernio Late as ever. At' played the first half or not, they ap- li'otli teams -were rp.iilv tn frht in thB Penile TlloodK arrived; peareil to be as fresh as ever. Mulli- BLOOMRELD WINS Bloom- field, middleweight champion of Eng- land, scored a decisive victory over Johnny ncward of Bayonne, N.J.. last night in it 10-roiimi bout at the Mount Hoyat arena here. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Coluinbus-MIIwaukec. rain. Toledo 1; St. I'aul 4. Indianapolis fi; Minneapolis 1. Louisville 1; Kansas City 4. Football Competition j Week ending Oct. close midnight Oct. 1 I governing the competition are as follows: 1. The competition will lie inlicd riesday and In The Heralii P'ootball Cornpclition. lompclilors will bn maileil 2. will be pntillcd to lately on receipt of confirmation by j many entries as they desire-, ttlio Athletic .Vows. each entry is liy j G. All entries jnust he or Iwenty-nvo ccnls, ami coupons to I "Iflivered to The Herald before mid- i (ho number of entries. Inight on Fridays. A Friday i-osf- j 3. Competitors' must cross out Points outride of the city .vlii Jose find out tho names ol Oolh if consider a will re suit 4. Coilponfj can only be ueL-ured I from Ihe sportlift of The Jlcr- M. LetliliridKO will be i'onluinlng a legitimate entry. 7. The naiim ,and address of tlie tompolilor lie clearly marked nsc-d as 0. .Stamps nmst not be Kiyment for I Ail cnlrlcs nuisl address- All monies received will be re- led to the Kiliitir. Kootlwll Conipeli- lion, Ik-raid, hctlibrldgc. 11. The Sporting decis- ion will br> flnnl. 12. of Herald ni 1 Iwrred from tho competition. in prices. The amount and numbers of prizes-will be published Svery, Monday .inornlng for tiial week's games, liesulls of competi- tions Till bo published every Wed- pUoher of-tfie league lenders, was sbito-J to go to the mound today. He has not "pitched since -Tuesday ubc-u he won easily, from '.the Uoslo'n Hed i Manager G lea son of the White Sox j Brooklyn would not say who woulj -pilch for, New York Chicago. H was Claude Williams'! Cincinnati turn to pitch, but it was I'ittsbnrg tbat Gleason might call on Kcldy! chlcaeo Cicotte. j sf. liosion I'hiladelphia NATIONAL LEAGUE Herald Football Competition ENTRY FORM GAMES PLAYED OCT. 2ND CLOSING DATE OCT. 1ST. MIDNIGHT First Division Sheffield vs Newcastle. Suno'erlar.d vi Huddersfield. Spurs vs Manchester United. Albion vs Derby. Second Division Leeds vs Blackpool. Stoke vs Burslem P.V. West Ham vs Cardiff. Notts County vs Fulham. Third Division Crimsby vs Reading. PHIIlwsll vs Portsmouth. Mcrthyr.vs Swindon. Southend vs 1 enter the Herald i-Motball fcnn- petition in accordance wilh the rules anil conditions nnnomiccd above, and agror- to nc'ccpt Ihe lishcd decisiou as final ami U'jjallv binding. Sfgncd Won 3P S3' 68 59 S3 K< 7C. 77 Si SS ire to Kobbie Burns. The captains of. both teams held a' short conference 'on the.field, after which the coin isas pct lloascd. Fcrnle cried for tails it csnie heads which gave our boys the advantage-of-having Ihe sun behind the first half of the game, -e taken up Immediately i them during tl Positions u-en centre-half, fifteen minutes, before the game Aalsh'eA W, received a severe wrenching .of 'the neck :uns- clsa which caused him lo-be removed from the field by thS local doilor. -The game was'. resumed with piio Blair- more player short. After ten.minutes Mills received the ball, making a uiag- .413 Phillies Take Third Straight PlilLAOBM'illA, Sept. M i'l.ila- rtclphta made it "three straight from today S lo 2 lloslon 5 '1 0 Phil.Tlelphia......... S 5 'o Ooscbgor and O'.N'eill; Enrmnr.u and Wilhdrow. Pirates Winnsrs ITTSlsritO Sdpl. the Blalrnioro positions wore filled as I nldcenl pass to Jlulllgan who, hail 'follows: goal: Turner, I changed, positions during the second right back; McAndrews, left back; i half from left half lo Inside left. From right: half; ..Ramsey, centre [.there he scored the -winning goal five half; Mulligan, left holt; Jlills. outside1 minutes before time Dur- "it; W. Linning, the .whole game eight shots to the right; Riiilii, inside right; i centre forward; T. Johnson, inside H. Miming, outside1 left. The Kcrnie positions were: Sawyer, ;goal; Booth, right back; .1. Rlley, left back; Robinson, righl.half; W. Riloy, centre half; Swetney, left half; Daw, f outside right; Brown, inside right; Hardie. centre forward; Thornton. ;lnside left; oulside left. H o to It was n poor game _. BMn (fiat [hc riit'biir'g j; Jjllhat-Ilifilrniore was Ihe best team on most of the time, Now Chicrtgo-Cincinuatl, .rain. (N'o others scheduled.) goal were stopped by "Wuitelaw, niail-- more's goal-keeper and thirly-pfiven shots to the goal', by Fornle's goal keeper, onc'-getting by.whlch" was, us ing his phrase, J'a good one." There must be made of the referee, Sir. "Wil- son, "who was fair and.-just to both sides neither, giving or, takihij. The -spectators would number fif- teen .hundred, tho .largest crowd- aver known to witness a game in. Fefnia.