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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE TJSTHBRTOGE ;l3AILY HERALD SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 195.0 I BRINGING UP. FATHER By G. McManus I NEVER HER IN iuo-t A. TEMPEC? bun BAC THE BUTCHER I M ALI- GHT NOW HOW ARE. A Drop of 30 per cent. in Gasoline The Canadian Gas Ravine_ Device guarantees to save 30 d gas bill. Users say It does better. Fits all cars and tractora. Mechanical Garage COR. 4TH AVE. 3RD ST. 6. PHONE 11M IN OF DeddeLife Protest This City CHICAGO GRABS- OFF CHAMPIONSHIPS AT BOWLING CONGUESS PEORIA, 'April Tho 1920 howling came to a close here last night wilh Brusck's Xumbcr One, of Chicago, winning the championship a Ecorc a new congress record. The tournament haf been in y T 1 scsaiou thirly days and JOO were iiulhe champlohFhiu __ j Three of tho championships go 'to j Chicago and the other to Milwaukee. Kdmonton'Now Has to Give Up Indianapolis, Cleveland, Toledo, De- Ringers and Play Off Bas- ketball Championship WithY. M. C. A. Team Edmonton has been farced to Come to times in the mailer SI basketball provincial champion- ship by tbe controlling body. Fol- lowlr.u Lethbrldge's protest the capital city using ringers the matter was put to a vote and the vote showed con- clusively that if Edmonton In- ..tends to compete En the provincial city will have to stick hard and fait to the Y. M. A. team. Information to this effect was received in Lethbridge yesterday. The first word received about this was to the effect that the vote Ivad gone Lethbridge but Inter It turned out that Lethbridge's protest was sustained, Calgary Agrees No date has been set yet for the Northern trip but this will 'probably be done within a short :tlme. Lethbridge has now been waiting several wseks for the Cal- gary and Edmonton teams lo fight out their little battles and when It became necessary to protest a further delay of a week or ten days was caused. I Edmonton intended' to Lethbridgc with the same picked team they'took to Calgary and which defeated Calgary, the ring: ers being particularly accountable for the victories. Edmonton Y.M. had taken Iho best players ,from the Edmonton University It is gratifying lo note that the Calgary Alb-rtan stand: behind Lethbridge in the protest. The Calgary Herald maintains that- there is accessibility that EZdrrorv ton Y.M.C.A, may ytt liave to play off games with Calgary, minus the ringers. troit, PiUsbuTff urn! St. Louis bowlers Tverc also big money Jimmy Smith, of Milwaukee, winner of Ihe UUo .in the all-events, was the only former chauipfoa to repeat his former triumphs. Cinunpiuns of K'19 for tho most part, even failed to reach tho money-TV inning divisions. Monday Question of Life or Dealh Will Be Decided at Anhunl Meet- of Public is Needed Will the L. A. A. A. live another year? This question must be deeded by the public Monday night. The annual meeting of the association has been called for Monday'night in the Y. M. C. A., and if the fol- lowers of amateur sport in Le'th- brfdge do not show up and give the present officials plenty of evl- denee that they wish the, associa- tion to continue it Is likely to die with a big deficit on its hands. Monday night it must be no. The officers do riot feel that they will bt justified Jn encour- aging organization for. xandther year unless they are assured that they will get sufficient backing from the public to insure that a large deficit will be faemg them at the end'of next yeaK An effort to reduce'the present deficit was made by staging a dance In the Masonic haH .latt night, the result of which Addition to% thr 'already lartje enough deficit. The public sure did not give the any en- for facing, another year. The Melt ng Pot the L, A. A. A. can be criticized for staging a dance In competition with trainmen, but nevertheless it af- forded the public an opportunity of showing whether or not they desired to help the L A A, A. re- duce their deficit. If last night's attendance al their dance fa cri- terion, it is about time the L. A. A. A. went out of business. Should such a thing come to pats It certainly would be the wo rat thing that could happen for ama- teur sport In Lethbrtdflt. Such acflon [s not wanted. It is up to the public to get busy at the nual ..meeting Monday show the association that they think It Is necessary to have it control amateur sports in the city. Clease Schweitzer Rolled High Score of ".Game With Baalim's Got Against Graham's Baalim bowlers sect Graham's hoys down lo defeat at the Dominion Al- last..night. Clease was the star for tho winners and rolled 507 for his three games. Breeze rolled Irigh score for Graham with Following are the scores: BAALIM 18S 507 On Mat And In Ring Monday night will be the fast. chance the public will have to about-the Life or death of the aitocfatipn. Amateur sport without a head will be a fizzle. The L. A: A.1 A. is needed. Two yell .known Xew Westminster Raymond To Have Sports June 3rd is Date Set for Church Association Visitors Expected (From Our Oivn 'CorrrlonndentJ ItAYMOXD, April Thursday, Juno 3rd will be a red letter day in i-porting circles ot the eolith. It Is .tho occasion of tho annual ficlu track meet, of (lio Y.M.M.ijA. of tho L.D.S. church, and teams from Ray- mond, JIaEMth, Welling, Barnwcll, Taber, Stirling and Lcthbridge arc expected to compete. Tho events will pulled oft ruin or shine. It the weather is ivel tho meet will bo helcl in the Opera house. The committee in Charge the M.l.A. day sports is composed of D. P. Skousbn, LeH'is Brandies' and Mrs. X. y. Taylor. Kibhons be issued to individuals, and tho following prizes will be awarded to the successful ivtirdo first prize, M.L'A, Reading amateur lacrosse players will makej Course hooks for 1920-21; secoud'prlzo liiehr debut in'tbe professional game History of the World War; third, Pic- ture of Pres. Helic-r J. Grant. The events include running, high jump, broad jump, polo vaulting, shot put, hammer throw and relay races. this year. Tommy Gifford, manager of the'Minto cup holders announces. They are Stormo and George- Fseney, all-rouud athletes who have starred in amateur lacrosse, baseball, soccer End! All entries must bo filed by May 24. basketball seasons. BoHij 7he Events players will-be in Iho New Westm'.n-1 The pole vault, hammer throw and ster lineup in (his season's Slinlo cup I shot put are open to all members of senc4 with Vancouver. the 1I.1.A. Advanced seniors r red from the 440 relay, which calls for It would serve Edmonloit basketball.) men on a side. The events for junior lers right If the championship was boys are: 60 yard dash, 150 yard dash, awarded to Lethbridge this season. Ed-! half mile 'dash, 220 yard dash, 440 monlon bad no right.tp stack a team yard dash, broad jump, high jump, against Calgary and !they wanted to half milo run, and 400 yard relay, 4 i do the- same thing when they piayed j Warwick Rowan Totals Breeze Petori I Baclins t I Totals 143 Kf> STECHER MAINTAINS HIS CHAMPIONSHIP NEW YORK, April world's heavyweight calch-as-catch-can wrestling throw 'Fred Pila- koff, of Finland, "with a body scissors in 22 minutes and four last night. Steelier weighed 20S4 pounds and his opponent 310. The challenger a lively exhibition but ;vns worn 125 402 4S9 GRAHAM m 139 IM us 131 103 vl I a lively cxnioi 405 down quickiy by the champion. 368 jjm jxmdos, the Greek "title-holder, forced Jack Samson, of Chicago, to 12SO 103-- 96 423 Z1S A tjuit with an ara scicnors i ute.n and 57 SSCOIKIK. had a advantage of 35 pounds over Londoa vrho weisaed 190 pounds. FRANKIE MA3ON AND EOBBY EBER FIGH" KAMHAOX, Or.t., April Xick Kennedy made his iwanty- cighth apiKrarancc in U'mxlatock police court and was found Knilty of. Iiting drunk aurt disorderly, breaking windows in the Koyal hotel. PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE Portland, 4; Salt Lake. 2. Oakland, 1; l.os Angclea, 13. Vcmon, 5; Sr.n Francisco, 2. Seattle-Sacramento, postponed, rain. IF ITS REAL CLASSY CLOTHING YOU WANT THEN TRY FRED THAELL Our stock of woollens is complete and we employ only first class tailors. Have your next suit made to order and you'll sure be satis- fied. Sure we also do CLEANING AND PRESSING and do it right, as we only employ men tailors for tins class of work. It Fred Thaell 315 rl.'TIi PHONE 1160 Ftagcd between 11-bc featherweight boxers, Frarikie Mason, or Fort "Wayne, Incl., and -Hobby of Hamilton, resulted in no dc- Kbpr could iiot: make Ihe weight hy over Iwo 'pounds, weighing at o'clock; Mnsoo, therefore. nol agree lo a decision belnt; i tivcn. Ixical eiperts agreed F.bcr oiitboxcd nnd at tlrabs outc-lass- ed liio Fort Wayne I KILMARNOCK WON LONDON. April Canadian Associated Scottish league game played today' resulted a win for Kiiroarnock over Quean's 1'aik bj 1 lo 0. TOMMY GIBBONS ON POINTS Minn, ApVn Tommy Glhhoiis of til. 1'nul, -out Bob Roper, Chicago, In a 10 bout licro tonight. CMfcbon? 170 Hopor 179. OTTAWA, April annual [ng championships oC the Aniateur AUilotic Association of Canada will be held in Ottawa on April 23-24. Kol- men; Seniors, under 24 years: 100 yard dash, 220 yards, 440 yards, broad jump, high jump, half mile, ono 'mile; advanced seniors: 100 yards, 440 yards and high jump; girls, all ages: 80 dash and a nail driving con- test. Each contestant to drive Uiree nails. Every contestant will win points for Ilia ward, but tho first three only wi' receive ribbons. Tho points follows Barnwell 33, Welling 22, Lcthbridgo 42, Tabcr 6S, Stirling 73, .Magrath 124, first ward 110 anil Raymond second ward 138. ONTARIO JOCKEY CLUli A "20th Century" Suit or Coat Reveals the wisdom of know- ing where to buy good cloth- ing- Be among the wise ones, THIS LOOKS LIKE A WET SEASON And we are surely prepared with lota of. Tweed Top lUiincoats, from up to BERT KESTERi MEN'SSHOP iTHE HOME OF 20th CENTURY CLOTHING ALEXANDRA HOTEL BLOCK PHONE 615 ON THE CORNER Threaten 'to "Withdraw" Frbni Parent Body if Troubles in B.C. Not Rectified WINNIPEG, April Mani- iuba Football As'silciallon, at their an- nual meeting Thursday night, ox- pressed unanimous disapproval of the allotment of "-tanner in which tho' Dominion Foot- ball Association is handling the sit- uation In British' Columbia. The Dominion Football Assoclalion is censured admitting to'membership tho British Columbia, Provincial Football Asso- ciation, a non-existent body, instead ot tho British Columbia association. a nnrtr-iUM Withdrawal from Hie Dominion HAS BIG PROblCAM Is threatened by the .Manitoba association if an effort U not mads TOKOX'TO, April summary j within the next thirty days to remedy LEWIS WINS MATCH ALBANY, 'April "Strani'Ier" using the head.loch Hold, defeated Hava Munich, tonight In two slralght.faUs. Both falls came In 43 minutes. this the Olympic tests will be' Oj th0 pr0gra'inme o[ the spring meet-' what the resolution terms "the wrong held, probably in this city. II is cx-( ing of lno Ontario Jockey Club shows done the cause of soccer in Canada ihal a number of Ihe winners au monev value of generally aii'd in Erltisli Columbia in in the recent boxing tournament In j tn stakes as follows: Boston will be hero to compete In the Dominion finals as well as boxers from all parts of Canada. L. H will give Ilia'officials ot Iho aina- For Ihreo year olds and The Toronto cun added 11-8 miles. Connaught cup, added for teur association an opportunity of siz- Canadian owned 1 M6 miles. up how caudidatus'for the Can-! Gold cup, add- part icular." MOOSE JAW IS IN TRAINING CAMP adlan Olympic learn shovr up J .j.u nilles. tho men from iho Unlled Stales whoi are also In Iho race over there. Thej of hoxors sent from tha conn-' 'ry to the Olympic fjames will depend1 Ihe showing they make in tfco i For three yeir "W't-ixblock 1'lalc, For Iwo year olds- KUOBXB, Ore., April Ths van- guard oC Iho Moos? Jaw, j Canad'an baseball league tcatn, liead- j Ml by 'Manager Xick Williams, arrived added, lierc PVi'lay for ten days' (raining. The remainder of the