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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SEC THE LETHBRIDGK DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, APRIL By G. HcHaous BRINGING UP FATHER OUT Of TOWN- I'VE THERE: ALL EVENir-V f> "tout? WIFE, PHONED SIR-AND I W SMD VOU SHOULD I COME HOME MOW- YOO AWE TO CALL ON THE COUNT OE TONIGHT ANO DON'T YOU 1021 >Y INTL FlATUni SIHVICI. INC You D Find Many Things You! Like u well at enjoys his corned beef and cab- bage. SILVER GRILL Vancouver Evens Up Stanley Cop Series By Taking Fourth Game, Under Eastern Roles, By 3 to 2 Skinner and MacKay on Deck and Both Played Star Skinner Getting Two Game Was Very Rough, 11 Penalties Being Handed Out. vivrnrvFTi M-ircb Kighlv- and (heir adaptability in i-hanRins fiA the Vancouvor front and meeting every, station. Millionaires defeat the Ottawa Sena- marks them the Adam? .....sub ........McKoll Taylur........ pub B-uce ireau.......suh Broartbem Goal Summary score. Second Vancouver. Skin-j iner from Duncan Thinl Vancouver. Skinner A. Vancouver. Cook 5. Ottawa. Brnadbrni, one minute. HE GOLF FEVER, JI what OC -n edge I lie game. two wing men is Called Owing lo Fine View from i the Course Toward, He. ployed a found himself. robbed of U, of his con- pas, and at found ,-lition and when he left the ice at the: get nd of be 1 ok ri e Otu .v-a ml of the last period was feeling very goalie was playing 1 is iran Bjrae nu ,k buoyed lip bvhis perform- 'cleared with precision Mapping toe "acKav re loved from th- rubber to the wings with ease torn- o Ms child for the (irst 1 The small centre ice space bothered in a week, also with 1th- considerably. In, in and plaved a star pame. spit" thai they managed to beat o" tWs match both team, vigors under eastern A. THE ISLE OF YAP Oh, of Yap, Why should we slap The little Jap, For you. oh Yap? i And .'is (o Ynps across the loam. i Have wo not Yaps enough at home? j na enafies wore handed out. of -vhich i on Monday night. the westerner nine went to the and four to stiH to prove their superiority the Millionaire Two the Ottawa; On- foaiur? of the game were' for majo, Th, number of reninred ow s imosed. irst went to Darraifii, eforee Ion for was chased fon ID the pena ties imposed. team? Vancouver .oilman Dcneuuy tva? benched for running ;u Harris nnd digging his skates into ;.he coast player's Harris was not near the puck ami ilu; play hail gone in another direction. j' ilUK riprarcl. Ottawa'? captain, was given Hires penalties. MacKay Tlif Ottawa Senators showed A'lani selves capable nf thft greatest attainable in the same, ilieir SkmiK-r Position coal' defens right wi (From Our Own Correspondent) T1LACKIK, Mar. meeting was held some time ago for the purpose of organizing n eolf club. The various appointments were made. The meet- j itifi uas well attended. members In'ing enrolled. Much enthusiasm pre- vnilfil during- the entire meeting. There are a niimiipr of prospective pluyprs to be enrolled which will in- troa-fe iliu membership to approxi- mately 50. not Including the lady members who are extended a free membership. Two tnanis were selected, one un- the direction of the president, the oilier under tho direction of the vire- presifknU. The latter part of this week it is an- ticipated. The view of the mountains from this point is extraordinary at times anil it was derided unanimous- ly that ihe Hub UP named "The Moun- tainview Golf Club." which is indeed .a very aprupriaia name. At present numbers are playing ou the N ignbor 'Twill come, mayhap. That we must scrap. For far-off Yap, Or take a nap, While in our legislative Each well-stuited statesman yaps and bawls! No special gap IB filled by And yet the Jap Must have no snap He must not hold that tiny tele We'll claim our rights, though nol worth while! No place upon the far-Hung map For my Jap, as. boss of Yap' the Passing of Mark Looks Assured; Do Not Leave Off Marking Coupon Too Late Without opening any of the letters it looki thii morning as if the Herald's contest hat gone over the mark for prize money next week. The returns received up to this morning are very satis- factory and with today's coupon: yet to be clipped it seems sure that next week's priie money will go 3 Icng way toward making the mark possible. Today is your last chance for this week. Don't let it slip and don't leave it off too late tonight. Be sure your entry reaches the Herald office by nine o'clock Sat- urday morning. Your entry must be in this office before the commence to arrive from the Old Country. Rules Changed for Y. M, C, A. Wrestling Bouts; April 8th Is the Date; Many Entries Afe Expected Officials Have Received Copy of Wrestling Rules Issued by Amateur Aihletic Union of Canada; Cannot Endanger Life or Try te Break Limb o- or more aggressive work. The preliminary bouts shall be cided by one fail only; the final bouU by the best two out of three falls. Each contestai.l shall bo en- j titled to the assistance of one secoati' only and no advice or coaching shall I be given fx> any competitor by his second or by any other person during i the progress of any bout. A.ny viola.- ___ lion of this rule or of rule 4 by any contestant or of any refusal oC noj The rules us laid down contestant to break any hold when sc by the Amateur Athletic Union of j ordered by the referee, may be pun. Canada, which sire-to govern the com-, jahed by the referee, by the Joss o! Ing bouts at the "Y" ou April S, have i the bout to the offender and his ex- Mar.y a seeker of romance could find ideal her hadn't seen her first. Ottawa Uenedir't Gerard T3ouchcr Denenny Cleghorn course which is situated a quarter of a mile of village, on the property oC Mr. Hart. A more puit- luule location has been chostm. and the ground ivommittfo staked UIIL the new course on Mr. proper- just east of village across Ihe railroad trac-1; 1 now that most original! will commence i and interesting of baseball 'the Unbuilding Manager. Every city) Jiaa had one or two of him. there; will always be some of him, and the i crop thereof will never cease from .________ troubling! The Rebuilding Manager] w L is newly chosen to head a ballclub; One Game Scheduled Was iNOt and the first thing he tells the mag-' nates and the reporters is that 'this First Doubles Event Goes To Hayes-Evans Played; Evans High Score With 202 I J GOVERNING THE COMPE- TITION ARE AS FOLLOWS: p-MtlTO ivU: He c.tlca ontball rs V.-I1! b- -nllUeJ to M tlirv d-s.ri-. provlfled no. Iwcnt: 'l voupuai lu tl.o nur.l- nai b 1st Prize 2nd Prize 3rd Prize Booby Prize Coupon must be cut alonq dotted li "ENTRY FORM GAMES PLAYFD 2ND CIRST DIVISION (Aston Villa vs. Middlesboro. Burnley vs. Manchester City. Chelsea vs. Bradford City o I Liverpool vs. Blackburn R. 1- SECOND DIVISION ,O r I Claptc-i Or. vs. Stoke. I Hull City vs. Blackpool. O I THIRD DIVISION I Exeter vs. Luton. Merthyr vs. Reading. Ih I Millwall vs. Swansea. 1 Plymouth vs. Southampton. JO I SCOTTISH LEAGUE m Albion Rovers vs. Dundee. t Celtic vs. Dumbarton. tin Hamilton vs. Falkirk. I Third Lanark vs. Mother-well. T enter the Tif-rairt Fnatball fora- to' I petition in accordance with IJ. rules am! conditirins announce-: and asrce to accept the pill- ju I lished decision as final and I uiudinE. 4 C.11I walk is worth while, as tin; lust b.ill have wcm lite flag next, year; il Hj.ei. KoL 171 fnr his higU in his sec- nnisiincc will be a thing uf the past-j they'd only let him finish his 'rebuild-! nfl M fm. flraL sln. The thanks of the club are due to Mr. I 'clair's high score was 170 in the sec- jond session. Tie rolled for his Gr.-en and dray are leading midar- kers of Cisco Texas. Probably! -ke a sppcialiv of colored funerals, i The scores follow: clusion from further competition. S. In nil open competitions the re- sult shall be decided by a referee who shall have full control, anil his decis- ion shall he final and without appeal. An assistant referee may. be appoint- ed. A timekeeper, clerk of. the scales (with assistants if. necessary) and u medical examiner shall bo appointed. 9. All competitors shal! weigh in within three hours ot the commence- ment of the contests each. day. Any contestant being over weight shall be rejected in that class. Any contestant who weighs in and fails to compete without an excuse satisfactory to tin committee shall be suspended and re- ported to the registration committee. Competitors shall sign their names to a weighing list, on demand. 10. -Any athlete who competes in a wrestling contest of longer duration provided for in these rules shall be suspended for such period as tha registration corr.mittce the A.A.V, of C- shall decide. Smoke Your favorite tmoke preliminary bout exceed ten minutes. Tn the final bout the duration shall be limited to fifteen minutes. It no i fall has been obtained by either con- testant at the termination of( Ihe bout the referee must give a decision on points, awarding the bout to the competitor wbo has shown the better slsned I Meyers for offering tile t: this hind and we hope he will lime during the summer months in indulge in tin: game, then hn will 'w able lo fully the ieeling of the players toward him for the use of the field. The first game of the schiid- dule are to he piayed next week if the weather holds mil. Alt those in- I tendinc to get. in on this schedule should notity the secretary. Mr. T. C. Moss, at once, so they will h.; placed on the "draw." The writer has asked one or two to join, and tin: usual ans- wer is, "1 have never played." The writer is sure every member of th" club feels as he does in a ol that kind il'.nl they are only too willing to show those who wish to learn. One. nf the finest players in th" United Stales today never played golf until lie was forty years old. It is sate to st-ite that no nn'dnnr faille in th" ou as golf has. ihe r.ritise Isles, it is iiaMy all over tlie. world. a ripping good game. TOURNEY CLOSES April largest tournament in hitUury of the Ani- crican .jllovvliiiK rane to a Shover .rolled 153 for his first 'and for hi? second. Total "WE STRIVE TO PLEASE" Theatrical managers. f'on-men. Cirrus bosses. Chei's. llabc Ruth. j Hayes Evans 164 177 j Sinclair IShovfr 1141 159 153 no longer stands for anything concerning beer. It means the per- j .l men who can real-! their weddings Vancouver Keels Very Confident Now That Skinner and MacKay Arc Back ceutage of marrl te.ll. ion year '.'hoy married in the first The most beautiful building in Ihci is the Taj Mahal of India. It! !was const ructed without any interfer- "nee from grafting contractors, labor leaders of profiteers. Just built un- iler Ihe orders ,.f a king, and off went jlho heart ol' air.une who tried either to graft dclav Isn't there a. moral i somewhere, Bonr'howV GOLF The membership committso will meet at Ball and Kirkham's office Sat- VANCOUVER. April 1" Hie most strenuous hockey battle of the present world's championship serieR Vancouver defeated the Senators of Ottawa 3 to 2 here last night and evened up the race for the Stanley cup. It was the fourth game and each team has won two. The final game will be played on Monday night under Pacific coast hockey association rules, and local fans now have hopes that, thu championship for 1921 will come !o the Pacific coast. With Skinner and MacKay playing BOWLINC It I 'l''KAi I" 1 n I J I 1, Petersburg has been awarded the services of Player Champagne. What "la-i nlglit. ioooti does It do anybody to get Cham- Olio Kallusch and Archie Scliinman pagne nowadays? nf Hoebesler v.-illl a total "f w'on tile two-man t hatnpion .hip of the tonnirmient. t report at the niocung even Vancouver n ing. It is important that the sum set be realized at once, so I hat work may he. enmmonced without delay. Copyright National Newspaper Service.. Lcthbridfjc Heralds for sale by our newsboys in all cities and towns and on all trains and by our agents in the towns: Williams; BLAIFiMORB.-Blaiimorc Pharmacy. Manner rf- Hat Works New-; Co.. L.ihoi- Now: Nn- cigar'siorrrFOREMOST-J. M. McCnbr.: GREAT Mont-Globe News Co.; MEDICINE HAT-Bottcr Bro... MANY- anybcrriM Pharmacy; Pharmacy; MILK F. A. Moir; Whilworth. A. D. I crgi.son: MOIM.EFORD-Andrew Sorcnson; PINCHER CREEK-S. A. Tucker. R. f-. Hlntw- RETLAW-H. G. Ibctson Drug Store: RAYMOND-C. J. Rilter; TABER-TabYr Drug and Stationery Co.. I.. T. WoMlako: VULCAN-E. In Kennedy, Dallas Hotel. Alox.incirr Hotel HUnd, Elite Cigar atorc, Drug Store, North Lethbrlrtge, nnd J. Ql'EW'T TO j Sl'SI'HM) SCOTT TRlBUTt TO VETERANS ul'KHKf Mar. -1 'By ion committee o ressi taken h''n: j returned to TORH.VTO. Mar. ri'-un- pionsh'ui play if Ureat. War Veterans auimiuin lost becauso Vancouver nf- tacked he op'-ned in different part-sj of iln- where petilionr; will I signed by nitep.'iyors .'U'.kilig for II Irej.eal ojf ll'Jj Act, .___ Canada menl tl.r.llil unexpended of a J.'i.flflll the giv.-n them last the en- c tjininr i lertaiiimeni. 01" verument i I'remler K. C. llrury paid a glowing Imnorta-j Irlhute In Ihe thrift pnMIc and i onsclenclouKness of (he men. ilh the Di'troite Brewer won to went into for first 3 in II inni place. ANOTHER KNOCKOUT YOIIK, April Bnff of Jersey Oily, claimant, ot the tltli of __________________ linlled States (lyweigbl champion Infit Jmlesslv about, lite night knocked out Abe OnlclMnln of nnmon houuefly moves at the aver-: New York In the second round of their 'c sued of five feet a second, hut it match here. Kaon weighed no pounds, in ii t nu S.Vfoot if bird pur or two pmmdt under the recognlted ics H. J llmlt> GIBBONS KAYOES SERGT. NORCROSS April I......II look- Tommy Gibbons of St. rani Just one ;tnil sneonds lo knock out So.rgt. Norcross of Toledo here last nlghl. (ilbbons wdtghed 177 pounds Norcross Tho pH.ineiiKcr UBI of a hnliy car- riage may be by lining an HUjtliary Mint to be suspended be- trots hunilhs Which Battery? You won't be with a car unless yon satisfied with the battery, j The Wfflard Threaded Rub-i ber Battery not only gives tin: service to begin with, bot keeps on giving it, and actually outlasts the battery The plates .are not merely separated. And the Threaded Rubber Insulation neither warps, cracks, nor punc- tures, because nnBfce wood separatore, it is not affected by battery acid. Drive around. Ask We give authorized Willard Service. SCARLETT SERVICE STATION 311 7TH ST. SOUTH LETHBR1DGE, ALBERTA. PHONE 616. Willard Batteries F.IFTM STREET, ;