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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE 1JETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD BRINGING UP FATHER SEPTEMBER' By G, Maims I DO HE 15 TO LIKE LOOK AT U1M TO '_ MOT Ol WRE> HIM CT WANT A. I A- DIME Cirnt.t.A. Jarlcjeon Only Received Money For Throwing Tells Story of Plot to Grand Jury at! ing taken any part ia a "frame up" tc the Money to Help "Wife and loso Ole to the Reds- Off Mortgage on Farm. FIRST iiSArm ENDS'I'N A TIE" NEW WESTMINSTER, R. C, In tho first at a scries of three games tor the, Mtato Cap, emblematic of tho lacrosse professional championship, total goals to count, Now Westminster and Vancouver today played to draw of five goals each. o o CHICAGO, Sept. 28. Indlct- rnents against five or six gamb- lers were considered today by the Cook Bounty grand jury gating "throwing" of baseball games, according to Hartley Rsp- lo-jle, assistant staU's attorney In of the Inquiry. Abe At- tell; former featherweight cham- pion; and Arnold Rothttein, of New York, were said by Replogle Have been involved in testi- mony presented to the grand Jury. Atlell, It was said, handled the money paid White Sox players for "throwlna" the 1919 world's serias. Players to Get told the jury that he un- delsfoooS tte eight players were to set 5'SOiOvO but that tlioy wore double crossed by the gamblers aad EO far as He kflew only three, himself, Jack- eon 'andi Willia-nis, ever received any 'jicn'ey for throwing ihe series. The, amounts' they were to have" received, he said, were: ffldle Cicotte, pitcher, Claude Williams, pitcher, man, J5000; Jos Jackson, left fielder, S5000; ''Happy" Felseh, centre fielder. ?SOOO; Gandil, first baseman, McMullin. utility player, SISiOOO.'... Herald Fooiball Competition ENTRY FORM GAMES.PLAYED OCT. 2ND CLOSING DATE OCT. 1ST. MIDNIGHT First Division Sheffield vi Newcaitle. Sunderland vs Hutfdersfiald. Spurs vs Manchester United. Albion vs Derby. Second Division Lecte vs Bleckpool. Stoke vs Burslem P.V, West Ham vs Cardiff. Kottc County vs Fulham, Third Division Qrlmsby vs Reading. vs Portsmouth. Merlhyr vs Swindon. Southern) vs Watford. 1 enter the Herald Coin- petiUon In accordance with the rules and conditions announced above, and agree to accept tho pub- lished decision ag final and legally binding Signed- Tells Boys If s True When Joa Jackson left the grano jury room after his confession, a crowd ot small boys gathered around their heavy hitting idol and ssked: "It Is not true.-is it "Yes, boys I am afraid tt If." Jack- son replied. Clcotte's Story Oanull and McMullin were at me.for week before tie series Bdillo Cicotta told the .grand jury In his confession. '-They wanted me to go crocked. I needed the mon- ey. 1 had tie ivife and kiddles. They don't know this and I dont know what they will think. "I had bought a farm, there was a mortgage. I paid that off with crooked money. 'The eight eight under togeUier in my three or four days before tho series started- Gandil was master of cere monies. We talked about lirowinc the series atid decided we could get away with it. "I was thinking of the wife arid kids and how 1 needed the money. I toid vance. 1 wanted the money nud-i'i hills before I pitched a ball. Demanded the Money We dl talked quite a while about it. Yes, all oIvnE decided to do our beet Ui throw' Uio games to Cincir, nati. Thou Gandil and. McMullin took us all. one by ono away from the oth- ers. They Bckvu ine my I tolu ihem paid in advance. was Gandil f.-was talking to. Ha wanted to giv? me some money at the lime and the rest after the games were played and lost. "Cash in hand, not C.O.D. I remind- ed him." "If you can't trust me I caa't trust you." "Pay, cr I play ball." "The day before 1 went to Cindn. nali I put it up to thejk squarely for the last time, there would nothing doing unless I had the nioliey. "That night I fonad the money un- der my pillow. I had sold out 'Com my' and tho other boys to pay off a mortgage on a farm and for the wife anil kiddles. "The. first ball I pitched I wonder- ed what the wife- and kids would say If they over found out 1 was a crook. I pitched the best I knew how said he would tell his story to grand jury If called and would not uiscusc further. Weaver declared his batting aver- age of .333 and four errors In thirty chances during tho series were his alibi. "It's all bunk so far r.s I am con- said FelBch. Other Teams Affected True bills. naming Uireo ball play- ers, not members of the White Soi, and three, gamblers, urore expected to bo voted today by the grand Jury. Members of the Jury said this mor- ning they hud sufficient evidence on which to base indictments. It was reported that true bills against two National league players were being considered. BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings, AMERICAN LEAGUE Team Standings Won Lost Si Cleveland Chicago N'ew Louis Washington Boston Detroit Philadelphia 95 53 74 73 73 S9 -18 56 59 G5 SI SO 91 100 PcL .635 .S3 2 .474 .477 .333 .324 Score: R. n. E. First Karao: R. H. E. 3 s 2 Boslon Shaw and Gharrlty; Schang. Second game: Washington Boston (10 Courtney, Acosla and Plctalch; Meyers and Hoyt, Schans, New York-Philadelphia game post-' 5 12 0 Pennock" and li. II. E. 7 IS 1 6 14 1 FOR j Quick Service Best Attention TRY The Silver GnU OPKN DAY AND NIGHT MBKHMOBBUMMi Sign GOOD EATS speqiALTY m arrtAKB Vye Aim to PI MM OUR COFFEE BC8T m TOWN 5th St. and 4th Aw. MATAI I I nil IWflL LflUI NATIONAL LEAGUE Team Standings Won. lost. PoL Brooklyn 90 go .600 New York....... S5 Gf. .GSS Cincinnati SO 63 .537 IMHsburg 77 73' .613 Chicago 73 77 .487 St. Lonis......... 79 .477 Boston 60 S7 .408 Philadelphia..... 60 K ,405 Cincy Wins Two CINCINNATI. Sept. Cincinnati won a double header from Pittsburg today 2 to( 0 and 5 to 3. First game; TU it E I'ittsburg 052 Cincinnati 2.4 1 Cooper and Rarities.. Second game: PHtsburg Cincinnati Schmidt; LUQUO, Eller n. H. B. 3 10 2 5 7 "i UatmiirrJi, Muri-Jsuii Hcnmidt; Eller, Brentoa and Kariden, Allen, (No others scheduled.) Full Game in Head ST. LOUIS, Sept. got a step nearer the American league psnnant today, defeating St. Louis 91 to 5, and increasing the lead over Chi- cago, runners-up, to a full game. vScorc: n. H. E. Cleveland 9 12 1 St> Louis 5 10 3 Dagby and O'.N'elll; Bayne, Tiurwell and Severeld. Ends Season HOKTON, Hert. clost-i thn American league season here to- that first ball. But I lost be-1 day by breaking even in a double- header with Washington. The lied tnuse I .was hit, not because I was AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Minneapolis 3-4; Columbus 8-1. Kansas City 2-7; Toledo 7-5. St. Paul LouisTiHe S. Milwaukee 8; Indianapolis Z. PACIFIC COAST Portland 12; Seattle 2. Los Angeles 7; Oakland 5. San Francisco 6; Veraon 3. (No others scheduled.) CRICKET AT TORONTO. throwing the game." Jackson's Confession Joe Jackson described his confer sion its "I heard 1 haij been indicted. 1 de- cided tho men could not put anything over un me. 1 called Mc- Donald and told him 1 was an honest man. lie '1 know you are not'i and hung up the receiver. j "I figured somebody had squawked and that the place for mo was the ground floor, I went over to tell him what f knew. "Before we broke I told OandilJ McMullin and Risbcrg about II. I "They said: 'You poor simp, go I ahead and squawk. We will ail say you are a liar. Pome of tho boys i 'Were promised more than you nnd didn't get as much.'" Both Weaver and Fclsch denied hav- TORONTO, Scpl. cricket match between the touring English In- cognito team and an all-Toronto team dM, games and 81 lost for a percent- although it was virtually a win for tho age or I Englishmen. The football competition prizes this go to subscribers well scattered over the Herald's field, Crow's Nest Pass getting a good share ot the prire money. Mrs. J. C. Hooker o! B. C, until recently a resident of Leth- bridge. Is tie lacky winner of Its first prize. The oompetltloa list week is very showing the interest tak- en by readers In so many towna, but wa need moro entrants. The total number of entries 'received this was 74. This Is the highest yet' and the number IB gradually cllmbmg, Imt this only provides flS.Bfl for the prize money of ?25.00. Tha entry money neit week wfll constitute the prize- money, that is to say.if SO entries are received this week the prizes will amount to Ws trust we wfll not have to lower tha amount, .and are looking for the hun- dred entrants this week. The first prize of ?12.00 goes this week to Mrs. 1. C. Hooker of Natal, B. tor .eight correct The second prize of ?S.OO Is divided between the following nine entrants with seven, correct, each receiving 90 cents: i Wm. Whiiaeifl, 231 14th St. N.', city. Tom Arnold, Jr., 1721 2nd Ave B. J T. Marks, Maclecd. A. .CEUi-sr, Natal, B. <3..... -V. Wm. Barrle, Commerce City Police, City. D. garrison, 444 19th. SL N. city. N. 'Jlall, City Sign Works, City. T. A. Marlow, 1110 6th Ave. S. city. The following sixteen gttessd six correct and will split the third prize of each receiving 30 cents' A'. LsiUi, 628 19th St. N., city. R. Douglas, 709 7th Ave. S., city. A E, Parry, Bow Island James Watson, Michel, B C. James Watso-, Michel, B, C. James A. Watson, Michel, B.C. Thos. Oakley, Coal Creek. Mrs. Kealey, 627 19lh St. N., city. Mrs. W. Kealey, 527 19th St. N. dty. E Dunk, 306 ISIh St N., city J. Slasson, 910 6th St. S., city. C. Kcmsloy, 20th St. N., city K. Newinger, 652 8th St. S., city. C. Mullin, 1319 1st Ave. N., city. Simon Weaver, Natal, B C. C Dains, 212 16th St. N., city, Alto TVIndham, white, was tynched near Hartford, Ala., because ot re- marks made to a white woman. Hats of Character It isn't hardUo.put good materials and good workmanship Into it the manufacturers' want to do it. But it takes experience and artistic skill to put real style aod character Into them, That's what makes theso hats BO different; they have that snap and beeomlnirness that makes the quality mean so-much more; BERT KESTER'S MEN'S SHOP I HOME OF 20TH CENTURY BHAND CLOTHING ALEXANDER HOTEL BLOCK ON THE Herald Football Competition Week" ending Oct. clow midnight Oci 1 governing the competition are as follows: 1. Tha competition will be called The Herald Football Competition, 2. Competitors will bo entitled to is many entries as they desire, pro- vided each entry is accompanied by iwenty-fiye cents, and conpons to tie number ot entries. 3. Competitors must cross out tbe names ot the clubs (hey think lo-re and cross out the names of both it they consider a draw will suit. 4. Coupons can only bo secured from the sporting page of The Her- lid. 6, All monies received will bo re- lurnod In prizes. The amount and oumbsrs of prizes will he published every Monday morning for that week's games. Results of lions vflll bo published orery Wed- nesday arirl cht-nues to successful competitors will lie niailwl limned- lately on receipt of confirmation by '.be Alhletlc 0. All entries rnunl be posted or delivered to Tha Hcra'd before mid- night on Fridays. A Friday mark from points outride of the city will bo considered as containing a legitimate entry. 7. The name and address of tbe tompetltor must bo clearly marked an each csupon. 9. Ktamps must not be used as ymcnt for Milrics, All'fcntrlcs must bs address- (til to the Kdllcir. Football tlcn. Herald, Lelbbridge. H. Tho Sporting Editor's decis- ion will ho final. 12. Employees of Tlio Herald are b.irrcd from the competition. MORE TRUTH THAN POETRY THE GREATEST OF THEM ALL S. E. KISER. Hon. Ruth, who gets a Wg bonua for every home run hit be makes, draws the largest salary ever paid to a baseball player: is receiving a royally for a lec- ture that he has put upon a phonograph reeor'J.; a good lucome from the raoviea, and has set a week as his [jrico lor appearing In vaudeville ilurint the winter season. TM records name perhaps a dozen men Whose fame Is passed along from aee to ago: We still Xoah. now and then. Hut give him little apace upon the rage' h.ivon't quite forgotten David ypl. His monicker's a household word, in trnlh, Hut the darling ol the Rods, the public's pet Is the mighty llsbc. whose other name is Kuth. A ffw men know that Homer bcgg'ji! and sang, Perhaps you've heard nf Julius too? Copcruiciig! T.ay off! Who cares n hnnir What boy evor did cr tried ti. .lo? The name ot Galileo comes to But wns his or alcnth? Well, anyhow, they all trail far behind greatest of the Hulh 1 He's in the movitB, on the He lectures and he stars in rc-da-recl; Once people knelt before a golden calf, But Ruth's the iilol now to whom they kneel. 'Napoleon ones had (julto a following, But everywhere, from Boston .to Duluth, You'll find men now who talk of but one The greatness and tho glory of Babe Ruth, ,Whnt man of science ever was his peer? What warrior ever won such fame as his? Is any other leader half ag dear Or dreaded as our mighty swatter is? Tako all tho actors of Iho earlier days, From David Oarrick down to Edwla Did nil together merit halt the praise Or pront that wo gladly pass to Ruth? CHICAGO, Sept. confections by so mi of the seven White Soxiplayers, who with ono former player were indicted terdiy In connection with the al- leged throwing of the.1919 world's cerlei, will be within day or two, Alfred S. Austrian, at- torney for th'e.ball club, announc- ed It hac been rumored tliat at jenst two of the seven a'nxi-. bui to supplement the confessions of Eddie Cicotte and Joe Jackson "1EW YORK, Attorney Lewis of Klng'i county announced today he wouirf start an Immediate Investigation of a report that gamblers plan to bribe members of the Brooklyn Na- tionals purposely to lose games to their American league opponents in the coming world's series. INDIANAPOLIS, William of the In- dlanapolit Amerfccn -Association baseball club, in a telegram [ait night offered Charles Comltkey, president of the.Chiea'oo Amer- ican league team, the use of any players 'of the Indianapolis club he rnlght need to finish out the season. He declared Mr. Comic- key had done tht "flrtatett thing tver heard of In baseball." H Service Uon Serrlce Slalion for the famous K-W Magnetos. All makes ol magnetos, generators, colls re- paired. Full stock of repair car- ried. All work guaranteed. 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