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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta .THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, THE HERALD II PAGE NlNKl Contests At Annual School Sports Are Keenly Contested; School Rivalry Strong The animal field day for the schools of the city held yesterday after- noon at ilia grounds anil .the line day tho boyp and girls were abln to jiut their best Into orerr racA the result.'iue KQod running anil jumping was ei- Jiibited. -vs TUa Westminster "isliSs Tory .good iu the were able to fialn :a great .many lor their Bohool. R. Uraenbach and R. Uroiier, of Central, showed themselves to ba very eood runners and with good iruin- Ing make some of the best of tbfm run In a' ferr'year's. 'The interest shown by evsry pupil ..lor his or her school was very uclke- hy the cheers an4 ibey 'would give wn'cn their school won iu K rate. Tho pupils are beginning to see that a school championship is a great hoocr and their Interest to win this was Bhown very much during the "very good and competition bctrrecn the boys Md girls of each -class was (vety kceo.; The girls did some Terr 'food Jumping, the most ing Florence Miles, who did a standing broad jump of feet. pole vaulting In tha it becoming a farorlU) OYent tor many of the boys. Lawrence iiili broke all ocordg yesterday by vaulting 3 feet 9 Inches. He -not only excelled in auUing but cleared 6 feet 6 In., and n tlii! high jump R. Crotlef, another liga school showeo himself a. coming runner Morrison was auw in the limelight Tbe rerult of the controls wert -as ollows: H. S. Boys, Senior Polo -Hill. 9 4 inches; AY. Patching; O. Morrison. 100-jard daeb-O. Morrieon, A. Oreon. -W. FiiwM. 320-yard dasbAC. .Morrison, W. awns, A. Green.. 440 Morrison, A. Green, W. Fawns. ir 880 A. Green, G. Morrison.- 'MDERINF Hair Coming. Out; Doubles Its Beauty. M. Ellison. 75 Hbberis.-B. Brj rsaubach. Desmond, D. Roberts.1 Bryaue. Three-legged race--A. and Aleiander; C. Peake and L. Gleair. M. Hill and K. Quihil. t A. and B. Kerr, R Camer- n, B. Carrier, Hoberts, W. Des- )ond, M. 1'ortar. K: iryans. t.. ijtihrop, M. Alilsoii. Vorkman, M. Hatnillon, K. Cull. K. ymonds, B. Weir. K. ilufl K. tjeli-r ug, H. Sctiiiinater. P. S. Girlt- C. A 'few .cents buys After an'''application of "Danderlnp" you cah'not'-find 'hair or oiiy ibndnln, heEldoo every hair showi newlffe, col- or anil Patching, O. Mor.-labn. lOp-Tard Waddington, K. k. Ahretv 8SO G. Wadding- [on, A. "AhrenB! A. Ahrens Geiger. V S80 Crorier, N. Geigerl Pbie N. 7 feet inches; A: Abreris, High Junior i'OO McQfieen, N. Bernard H.-Taylor. 220 McQueen, H; Taylor McQueen, S. Mosco vich, H. Taylor. Soys' P. 8.'A. Cllis 220 W. Hay R. GillenplB. 440 Urseatuch. Croiler W. Hay. P.-S. B. 100 J. Handle, G GlanTi'lle. 220 G. Glanville, J Handle. ;r and A Jones, B. Porter 'ar.d B. Giles Morden.'- A. and Fraier, H Crazier, J. Bnrrell and Branrtow, May Gllles- pie; T. Park, Price, Glaovllle :.ainl Knowlden. ___ __ P. S.'Boysr'Ci 100 Hadley, J. Watson, A. Johnson. .Sack Peake, Sbippobotham 0! Davidson. am SJ 'and J. Halllday .CJ and'iJI Carter. ,yaraB-j-T.; Radley, IA.; Jotnbtdn, Jj WatsonU Jc. and Wattonv JrCie' land, Donaldson; am Wilson; Bryan's, Hyssop Wilson, Denoonl and Reiver; rWilllaias, .Hi Sin Boys' D. 75 yardsVC- Schlelter Milroy..: Threo-1 and McKln non; Jf. .ThojiiVs and J. X3IU; Knowle arid J.' Sack- Fellbir, :1. Jaryio J. A. Girls' P. S.i 5.0 yards Annie Kerr, Lllla.Wbrkinan. Porte' Ba'seoali Bernard, S. Moiwovich, high iuiap MaoQueen- ri. Taylor, S. Moscorich. Hop, atep and jump A. MacQusen, S. Jioscovich, S. Tiii-coitt. J H. 8. Girls, Senior Huunlns higtt jump M. Seward, M. SCott. I. yyiisop BtsebsM I. Wilson, M. Scotl M. Seward. Standing bnmd Scott, 1. B. Thorn. 50 Kerr, C. J.-j Basketball throw- M. Carruthere, elvm- Melvin. Held aid K. Held; F. Lamesfield and D. Hyd-j; J. and M. Scott. Skipping Kerrier, K. All- rtris, N. Walker. P. S. Girts' D. 50 Hoberts, M. Lassnit, Smith. Throe-legged racF..] Moors, Boston, .Mass. Charles' Eliot, ejc-1'resideut o[ Harvard: 1 CaroHnc Hazard. ex-I'resident of P. S. Boys' B. Hop, Etep and Handle, G. Glanvlllo. Pajltirson. Baseball Ramile, K. (And- ersbn, I. Solovich. FRIDAY'S RESULTS H. S.-Boyc, Senior Shol Morrison, A. 'F Mars. r Running1 broad W. Patching; A. Green. Baseball Green, G. Mqrr riao'n, W. Patching Hop, step and Morriso'n, A, Green, W. Patching. H. S. Boys' Inter Hop, stop and Ahreris, N. Seiner, G. Walter. Running high Waddington A. "AhrenR, O.'Sandcjuist. aMtall 'A. Rldtnd Inlerjiitiiiain stations C6S Knnii fireiit Falls, (Irjiitfs ami" inter-. -mcrliulc uLilions i'Jo Craitts. C.rcrvl and tnlcr-; niiMllolc atutinns 9 30 n m YNo. Oil i'roin ManyhurrleB nnil iiitonnedlato ...0 f> s.4.> fi.m. tj-12-- Manyliprrics and inlni-medinto sin-, "rma cscci'l Kiinday sSVcd. and Hal. ?Tnea. und V'ri. J. E. PROCTOR, DlHtrlct f'assnneer Albt. ;