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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta V JTHE LETHBRLPGB DAILY HERALD MONDAY.- SEPTEMBER 27, BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus FOR Quick Service Best Attention The Silver Griil I Sign GOOD EATS 1. I SPECIALTY IN STEAKS v We Aim to Pie: 6e OUR COFFEE BEST IN TOWN 5th St and 4th Ave. .......IK-HI UIU.LII.U UU RAQFEAT T jBali Investigation LJl tb Pittsburg; May Last M T- i! j Two Months; Determined CM Calgary Callies won the semi-finals' of the Bennett bhiekl footoall contest Saturday in Calgary from the Letti- IjndgeFragments by a score of two to nothing, and next baturday they will play in Edmonton in the first of the filial series. Fragments were off. That explains the de- feat. Playing in bitter cold weather with a wind blowing the Callies had the best of the game practically all tlie -way through. The Fragments did not play their usual brand of combination while the Caliies seemed to be right on their toes, all the time and only in a very few eases was one Callie calle_d upon to check a Fragment, two or more players being right on the job. The turnout at Hlllhiirel Park was centres, Irish Kane and Jock Shaw small and as far as rooting was cca Lelhbridge fans made as much noise as Ihe Calgarians. The Reds had ft good sized following with them for the game and received continued en- couragement, from the side lines. Per- the coldness ot day had a '.groat deal to do with.the small turn- out, but it was stated there tbat the fracas between the Caliies anil the C. P. R. in the city league lias had a lot to do wilh putting football in disfavor in that cily this summer. All Worked Hard ...It cannot be said that any ot the ....i. ii'iinui yc uiai mi) 01 ine Fragments laid down on tbe job hut apparently.they unable to play -their usual combination work. Often 'Ihe fonrarfls.trietl lo gel it going hut played their back positions up to specifications hut the splendid com- bination work of the Callies beat them on occasions. Hughie Mcllvena made some brilliant stops of hard shots and was rewarded with un- stinted praise b? both tbe Calgary and Lethbrldge fans. Bob ChiBwick was playing his centre half'posilion am! about the only fault to be found with his work'was that he did not hare tie same hefty kick be usually show's. During the 'first half kicking for any distance was practic- ally' impossible for lho Lethhridge playtre a a the wind was sufficient clreiigth tO'hinder the progress of the ball. Dunlop did some pretty work on n i> ii.------ ,-jv.. ti. pujug um sume preuy work en a -the tallies "ere cither In .the way or number of occasions andVoried well Ihe ,k...v.. wilh Harold Mcllvena. Billy Knox got his leg hurt during the second half and bad 10 take a few minutes rest, but for the rest of the time he and McUvena his outside man, were able to do some the passes were short and thereby of use. The Callies' forward line showed its speed and it was well supported 'by those behind It. Oillespie and Cooper, playing backs, put up a defense that proved very hard to get through. Wil- son, playing centre half, was always in tbu way and be showed his .value in the gnme. Sliorly Gibb, the --midget, as he was called last week in LelhbriJge, was very much in the game and made a number of shots. The Callies were.out lo win right from.the start. One feature ot the fame was tiro lack ol any bad wort between the players. The game was absolutely clean from beginning to end and the only regrettable work done was the deliberate kicking the ball out of play by tbe Callies whenever I.oth- bridge was pressing. Watched Closely. Harold Mcllvena and Hammy ning were .watcbed very closely and ilid not get awav as often as in former games but whenever they got a chance they made the best of it. On several occasions bolh wing ujcu made nice Herald Football Competition ENTRY FORM GAMES PLAYED OCT. 2ND CLOSING DATE OCT. 1ST. MIDNIGHT First Division Sheffield vs Newcastle. Sutherland vs Hudderjficld. Spurs vs Manchester United. Albion vs Derby. Second Division Leeds vs Blackpool. Stoke vs Burslem P.v. West Ham vs Cardiff. Notts County vs Fuiham. Third Division Orlmsby vs Reading. Mlllwal! vs Portsmouth. Merthyr vs S-vindoo. Southend va 'Watford. .1. enter the Herald r.iothall Com- petition in accordance with the V Hvt-uiit inn pub- lished decision as ftudl anil legally binding. Signed Address effective work. Started on Time. The game was called sharp at five o'clock In .the afternoon and for the first fifteen minutes the Callies had tue best of the Seal, kicking with the wind. They put two shots on goal hut they were a little wild. Not until after this did the Fragments succeed in getting the hall over tbe half way line Ilammy Linmng then made the first siiot on goal for the Fragments and he made a good one. However Law was on the Job. In a few minutes the Callles were again.pressing and Shorty Gibb put a at Hughie Mcllveua. Hughio wns waiting for il. Letbbrldge then started to press (he Callies hard and Harold Mcllveua succeeded in makiur a good shot. The ball got Into the con trol of Ihu winrl for it looked like a sure goal: as tlic ball was curving badly-. However, ]jw saved it- Csllies rushed the hall down the field and axain tested Mclivena. Fol- lowing this pl.'iy tlie Callies forced a corner, tlie firet ot the- game. The shot from the corner was one of th" besl made on Ibe Calgary Held Ihis year, llnghie Jldlvena wns forc-ed lo Knock the ball over' the cross bar. Kicking Out. Lelhbridge followed up with another attempt at the Callies' goal and then the home team started to put the hall out of play. It was not Ion? before Ihe Callies were hack in Lcthbrldgo terri- tory and Siiorty Gibb again tried out Mclivena. At Patterson, outside ngbt. succeeded in gelling one past Hugiiio for the first, score of the game, the kfckoft the Callies got comblnalion playing working finti and Jliighle was severely looted, -fills was a good hoi kick nml lie made a brilliant save, followed with a rusb into Callles1 half but tlic liacks put the ball up (0 Shorty Tor a few minutes piay went back! and forth on the C'p.liles' half but sooa the had the ball in the neigh- borhood Of tip Pr.-iemr-ntc1 another shot resulted score! Play then evened up for about ten minutes and see-saw work was in order. Lethbridge got the .best ot this play and pressed the Callies hard wilh the same ball -was deliber- ately kicked out of play. Last Goal. Harold Mcllvena got away and got u good chance on goal. He pne the ball over the cross bar. Lethbridge soon got a corner and it was a nice one. It' landed in front of the goal and a kick put it right out ot the-playing field, over the same side line 'froiii which Ihe ball had been kicked Remits and League NATIONAL LEAGUE Won Lost. Pct- ick and fortli] Clneini to the ptier, j I'itlsbu Brooklyn 99 New York........ S4 ;innali 75 irg........ Play for a time -went bo from one end of the field ...auulb the Fragments trying hard iill the! Chicago time. The next break in the 'play was! St. Louis when the Fragments got another cor- Boston ___. ner without scoring! The Callies went 1'biladelpbia down the field and got a corner. The! -111- -esull of tills corner was the second! SATURDAY GAMES .500 .634 .520 .43.1 Cincinnati g Ada IDS and Napier" and Wmgo. (-N'o others scheduled.) Lost PcL 64 Cleveland Chicago ____ New York St. Lojls .480! Washington .40 T .405 goal of the o'clock. same, scored at Tho hall was well placed.. It went Chicago Wins Two CIXCINXATI, Sept. 25.-ThO: Cubs closed their reason's series here to- day by winning both games of a Fisher right across the front of the goal and Cowe. outsida it a few from the corner of'the goal. He f Chicago unprotected and had-an easy shot ''Cincinnati' f Alexander and >r [be remainder-of the game'the i and Wingo Lfnt-Ups. j Cincinnati Calgarr Law; Vaushn aiid-'Wlv right Gillespie; left back. Coop', and Sen er; right half, Haig; centre half, Wil-1 sob; left half. Burns: outside right I 0 tven at Pittsburg. Patterson; inside right. Gibb; centre'I, PIrTSBUKG, Sept. 25.-A double-' Kirkwood; inside left. Banks' outside' was st- and left. Cowe. VMUe Pi.ttsburg today, the homo team 94 93 74 72 70 69 47 56 69 G3 78 79 80 10D .62 .601 .540 .480 .470 .356 .320 Detroit Philadelphia SATURDAY GAMES Indians Lose-to Sox CLEVELAND. 0.. Sept. 25.- Chi cago defeated Cleveland lodav, 6 to 1 taking two out of the three games in Mui-torine cutting Cleveland's 3 (the -series and the race for league championship. Claude Williams pitched masterly R. H. E. I Ml, holding the Indians to five bite 7 12 .1; Jackson made a home run i 7 ,5 Coutnbe Cleveland j :_ Williams and Schaiki.'. Covele'skie" Bagby and O'Neill. Senators Trim New York NEW YORK, Sept. wildnBEE gave Washington Fernie Plays Michel to a Tie by Haines and j timely lulling by his teammates won the second for'St. Louis. Scores- First game: R.; H. E. St. Louis .......___.. i G j il'ittsburg ..J.........[ 2 10 1 Doak, Shcrdell and demons Dil-l'os3 lhe season, jhoefer; Zinn and Schmidt. inn-i Philadelphia ings.} Boston R. H. E. I _ Kfeefe .1 10 o i Scnane- Red Sox Wallop Athletics. BOSTON, Sept. was more effective than Keefe in the pinches today, and Boston heat Philadelphia to marked the Athletics' 100th Cup Contest is Being Prolonged JH an Hour Over- Time j Second game: jSt. LouiF i I'ittsbnrg Raines and demons; 9 11 Chicago Players Will Not Be Called Grand Jury Does Not Wish to Interfere Wilh World Series Heydler Goes to Cleveland. Sepl, that Pittsburg gamblers had a part IB the alleged of baseball players BO that they would "throw" games, .made before the grand jury which. Is InTestigallng the case at Chicago, are being Investigated here, District Attorney Harry H. Rowand announced "tonight." "If thore is -any evidence that Pitta- burg gttniDlers were .implicated in the plot to have the games said the district attorney, will leave no stone unturned in- having the culltv parties. brought lo Justice." Heydle'r Follows Up "Lead" CLEVELAND, Ohio, Sept. John A: Heydler, president of the .NationalleaSue, was in Cleveland to- day following up "leads" In connec- tion with the alleged throwing ot the game; of August 3i: by the Chicago Cubs lo (lie Philadelphia Nationals. Mr. Heyiller unme here from Detroit, where he. said, he secured some valu- able information .-which ho will place before: tbe" -graud: early ueit week. In Chicago The Katipnal 'league president said he has lines, on several big bets hav- ing been'-placed uere on lne Chicago- Philadelphia bat has been un- able to trace' .Tth'enV; down as yet, Subpoenas Await Close Plans to sub- poena, four members of .the Chicago American-league -cluh aid the -wife ot. one. of pjayers. to. appear next week the Cook county grand lury investigating "the "alleged 'igi'.of y.ear's. -world's series were Ijabiiadoncd.-tottay." and Hartley" Rep [aefiner. 1 4 1 Ponder, and lal to the Herald) U.C., Sept, long lelayed game for the, Miilj: p.up, was 'layed thin afternoon at Coal Cieek by Fernle and Michel. Michel played wrfu the wind the first half and al- having much (be better of Ihe Play tailed lo score. Shortly after I ialf-tiine [hough they got away wilh1 a rush. H. Drain bulged the nets or Michel. The play then went from Phillies Win Twice PHILADELPHIA, Sept. ilelphia won bolh ends of a double- header with Boston today, S to 2 and 13 to 10. It was Philadelphia's last appearance at home. Score: Boston Philadelphia Fillinglra. I 2. ft i 0- 11 3 itli and Gowdy; Mea- Perkins; Bush and St. Louis Hits Hard; Wins ST. LOUIS, Sept. 25.-Detrolt got away to 371 early lead today but heavy bat work in the sixth and seventh sav- ed the game for St. Louis bv a score of 5 lo 7. Score: Detroit St. Louis in -charge ot; the. fno.iil.rr, an- nounced that no members of the team would bewailed -until the end of.the baseball season. "We do-not want to interefere with the chances "of tbe White Sox to win the said Jlr. Replogle: "When fhe'.se'asbn is "over or when Chicago; definllely is out ot the pen- nant race we .will summon several TH CENTURY; Brand put an end to the dull monotony of.styleleW garments. They're full of character and full Of Value. V-'-'V Sold Exclusively by BertKesters Men's Shop Alexander Hotel Block On the Corner Conkwrlght, Baumgarien and Ains Kith; Richmond and Severeid. the team." He Bald- that the' .Jury had SUNDAY GAMES R H H 't Sox Right" .There 10 13 Iound wero Collins, nel 1' 23 pitchers easy today and won the John Collins Scdtt and1 first same of.the series 8 to 1. mnn' S 11 2 Oldham, Ayres and Man- uiullhlut; VSHH lllaveil and though Jlichel liad-a couple" of i shots, one particularly tlmt'tlie Fernle I goaiKcepjr was Indeed lucky lo stop.1 -NO further scoring resulted und short- ly after this time was 'up. Wilson referee, was entirely satisfactory -Michel players an4 fans feel that they havo used fernie fair bv Playing the first game in Kernio wblch resulted in a draw i (o 1, and again journeying to Coat Creek, miles to Ferule's- 4. which game waa'drawn again Now fsrnio bo sports and come to Michel and rtpirt make your loam tlie laughing clock of the Crow's Nest Pass teams as your recent actions in protesting lho Cooper cup game wilh Ulalrniore has threatened to do 1...U-, list of prospective, witnesses who easily ke''' keep'II bus'y'uhlil that time. The .players for .whom subpoenas were issued earlier .In Iho day, but held up by Mr. Keplbgle'g orders, were" Uddie field captain'of John .Collins, first base- man; Ray, Scbalk, catcher, and Kddie utility outfielder. Two Months More Mr.' neplogle tonight said the In- wiulociu-e1 'F I Xatlonai ThP P S league race defeating j lno 7 to 5, fhn J'ta consistent, hitting by i Cleveland..... 7 10 the Giants, good pitching on the part; St. Louis............ 5 ij of Barnes and wonderful fielding! (Jaldweli Uhle Covele4iP were turned away.-Brook-i NEW TOHK. LWI IIUU tllYll J lyn needs only to win two games to clinch the pennant New York g Brooklyn (i Barnes and Smith; Grimes, Mam" mauj and Miller. i-No York I ii u 11 ocpt, more held Washington even in their final j 'series here, winning today to 6. lo Ward ot h'ew York made' two home' runs. liered to .possess niij' Information alleged gambling will bo be.said. President-Johnson" of the American league, wlio. left a'few days ago on what- be a. secret trip to New York for informalion, and President John Ihe Na- tional league, who has been conduct- ing a prlvatp Investigation for sev- 4 2! where the Mud cup final wi oil as the leagud commute meet and decide. 1 be play j havo io SUNDAY GAMES Brooklyn Needs One More BROOKLYN. Sept. KS.-Brooklyn vent one step, nearer tbe National league championship today bv defeat- ing New York 4 to 2, and now Washington 5 12 2 New York