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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APRIL 7, UU By Gar Owners Can BRINGING UP FATHER SAVE-- Gasoline Tho Device- to' your bill. Ox'ri say Undoes bettor. Mechanical V Garage COR. 4TH AVE. 3KD ST. PHONE 11M WORLD OF Major Minors w, ffl Tests in Olympic Material in Weist In July and Aug. jCahadiart Central Olympic Committee Announce Dates for Official Track Events TpHO.XTO. April Canadian. Canadian Central Olym- committee, under 'tho chairman- thlpi of J. D. Merrick, last night ar- ranged for the official list of trials. ibiiut tfity athletes will go to 'tfiifr. The hockey team baa already irrived, and the others will sail on the following dates July on the Sein- toavian. July Van d field cyclists ind' boiers oii the" MeganiiK July and wrestlers on List of Trials isvihe officiariisi of trials as arranged last night July rinee the location to left fo tb" Branches. July finals all west of Winnipeg July on grounds to Montreal. marathon trials it 10 to 15 miles Juo lidals at Humll ton.''arrtind-thG-hay course. July sem finals at Win iipes i semi-finals, at Ot- tawa rach prxntace to hold their boxing trials to suit'ithemselves. Jui} 17-j-Haxini, finals in Toronto Results. and League Champion Mat' Man Throws Challenger With Head-Scis- j sors and Arm-lock NEW YORK, April Sttchcr successfully defended hit heavyweight title as catch-it- catch-can wrestling champion here tonight by throwing Ed. "String- ier1' Lewis of Lexington, Ky., In three hou'ri, four minutes and fif- teen seconds, with a head ssisiors and arm-lock. National League Canucks In U.S. Hockey Team CtpUun, Rjfht Wing and Three Others to Figure for Stars and Stripei in Antwerp- Cincinnati'.. Boeton PULsburs Brooklyn Phjladelnhli' St. Louis Chicago.. Boxing Championships Tnaro will be a wresU.'ns trial meet t al the West Bud likely in I connection with 'the Caii'milan cham- pion ships. The Olympic hosing and wrestling weights are as foil OWE .Eight classes 113 pounds, IIS poun'ds, 12C pounds, 135 pwnds, .147 pounds, 160 pounds, pounds, and heavyweight Wrestling Slve .pounds, 135 pounds aad heavyweight. The Olympic committee r.-lsb to 'im- press on candidates tiie fact that win- ners will, not, necessarily .go to Ant: werp. They 'must' look'fo have a" good to win over there. Golf Fixtures Here are '60tne dates the leading fixtures fqr-1920 whicn vrUl'be-dt In- .Crest iu soiiKS irom -coast io coast; Juno 23-July Open champion- ship of Great Britain at Deal. Xovf.York Won Lost Pet. 1 0 l.W'O 2 0 SI .6C7 1 1 i i .333 ;.ooo .000 St. Louis Shut put ST. pouride'd "SfiefdelCffebly; CirK son held St. Louis In check and won 5 to 0. Score: 2 S. 6 0 Pittsburg St, Louis Carlson and HaKern; Shardeil and demons.- All other games postponed, rs'm. Coach of Pennsylvania Shell! 'Crew Imposes Harsh Rules American League Cleveland 1 CA XEW'1'OKK, April I life i Philadelphia __ j_ 1 X'nti- '.23-July 3 cham- FAMOUS KING'S PLATE MAY NOT BE RUN TORONTO. (April Canadian formal opening the Ontario Jockey CISb'3' meet at Woodbine .Pazk is jcbedulod for.May 22, but whether they will operate or not at present is a. matter of conjecture. P. Fraser, the socretajy of the club, when 'interviewed morning inll- maUvl that nothing had been' decided. pionshjp of Cinada Beacons-Hold Golf club. 'Montreal.gentries 'limited this year io 14'handicap men and under.) July la 10- North-West champion ah Vancouver Golf and Country .club, 'Vancouver.. Aus championship of tho United Slates', Inverness Country club. Toledo, Ohio. 'Aug. 17-20-Open champ-onsnip of .'ar.ada (remic yet to be decided.) c an Sept championship tf tt of the United States, Bnglnoers Coun- try club, Roslsn. Ul' Sept. stniors' annual tournament, and international match. The UrS. vs. Canada, at The Rqyal O.'-lflwa.. Oct. Women's champion- ship at the Mayfled Counirj' Club, Cleveland, Peunsylraaia'iholl.'r'crejh, outienglhed by, is'a coach'who decries the luxury aiid pampering which modern day nthletes receive In most universities. Joe intends that no .conditions shall; .ohtaJu the'crews WTlglit'laJd the law'down to his cAh- dldates at set for Thursdny but the ere will make >ur> thit It will not Interfere with the baiketbill There ketbill fant amoitf the Bankers for this to The Bankers promise a good time their dance, FlTZS'lMMONS ON. POINTS' Jliniieapolls; .April Eddie .Fitz- Blmmons of Mow York outpointed Ray Temple of St: Paul In a 10-ro'uud boul here lonlght: The men are 'light- the Dominion at Antwerp, are ered in the United States only aggregation likely f.0 quuh the Unit- ed Stales' world bockeyjtltle tl9ns. A keen contest Is eipected if the 'orenressniatiyes ot Canada and U.S.A. hare occas'sion to clash for the honor ot becoming world's chimpioiw "over Before sailing GUBlavas T. Kirby, prealdeiit of the American Olympic committee, In a Bhort the athletes to play hard for America, )mC "AoM forgft you .arc'amateur sportsmen; do not violate any df the niles of sportemanahip." "I knon" Ihat you are going lo your hardest-to ;.rins the Olympic hockey "championship back to the United confident he said, "and feel you -will succeed In your quett for the title. I know too, that hockey Is a mighty strenuous game and that you will have to play to the limit to win. "I count on. you to show the same 1 true no matter how great tho stren or provocation, that has been the of all Amerl- can Olympic, teams In thft past. Vic- tory must be In keeping with our ALLEGES PLAYER HAS MANY CONTRACTS Leo Magea aays there one rnaioi league ball player who has three, cou with his covering bt salary TJth the cl-ib, an other to hln jvfite and yet other (o show h'ls dlvorctd itlfe' lawyer when alimony la agreed upon each yeas'. This al lew ought to havo excitlns enoug time avoiding In nuhln ibe papers when occasion reqiHref, -------------------L Stratford Tradii 'iii Labor Com ell are trying to th4 Arlln; too Hold for a Labor Temple, sport traditions and this is tho war of victory 1 know you wfil win you'flr.tih f or last In the struggle against the best hockey teams erf the d and new world." History of The 1'st of hockey players; with a hort sketch of careers follows: Joseph .W. McCormlck, captain and ght wing, was boni at Buckingham, Aug. 12, 1894. He wefths 150 ounds, Is o OW Inches In height nd 25 years of age. First Clayed ockcy with Ducklngham, Quo., 'team. valer a member o! the Cobalt, Clevc- and and I'ltteburg A.A. teams. Sen' with the Motor'Transport Corps, U.S.A., during the war. College, Unl-i vwslty of Pittsburgh. Ldwrence J. McCormlck, centre, was horn at Buckingham, due., July 2, 1820. Is B feet 4H -Inches In icljht and 29 years of age. ilnyed hockoy with Buckingham, QUc. :eam. Later member of Pittsburgh A.A. Served with the Motor Transport Corns, U.S.A. during tho war. Herbert J. TJrtiry, rover, was born tH Midland, March 1, 1890. Ho weighs 138 pounds, la 5 feet 8 inches In height and 24 of age, plrat played hockey with St. Paul.. Later a ot the Pittsburgh A.A. team., fiervcd with tbe Motor Transport Corps. C64, during tho war.' College, 'Midland. Frank Allen SynnotU centre, WM bora at N.B., Dec. 2S, 1801. weighs 135 pounds, Is 5 fwi 7 inches In height and 29 years of age. Ffrtt played hockey with Chatham A.C. a member of Bos Ion I'hyBicai nine laoitlis at'Cainp J. Kdwari Fitzgerald, .defence, was born at Nrfrthfield, Minn., Aug.'3, 1891. He 175 pounds, is .5 feet 11 inches in heighf, end 28 years of age. 'hockeyr with-'.St. Paul, :Mlnn., la'ter-a member of. ihe St -Paul Athletic .Club. Served with the Field during tbe war, College, University