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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TAGE SIX THE I.ETHBR1DGE DArl.Y HERALD. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 2, 1919 VBRINGING UP FATHER' Bv G. McManus B1IELLSIY El, City Hockey League Schedule of 20 Games; Five Teams Entered I Followed Precedent Which Had I Been Established Ever I Since 1912 President Dinning's Aggregation Lays Down Rules of League Must Secure Amateur Men May Be Signed by Each Teams and Their Colors. The following is the schedule of the City Hockey L tag Lie and. the rules governing the play Dfc. vs. M. P. Dec. vsl Veterans. Dec. vs. M. P." Dec- vs. Cbnlhiirat. Dtc. vs. TayTor. Dec. P. vs. Banker- Dec, vs. vticrans. Jan. vs. Bankers. Jan, P. Vs. Velerani, Jan. vs. Jan. vs. Veterans. Jan. vs. M. P. Jan. vs. Jan. vs. M, P. Jar. vs. Veterans. Jan. P. vs. Hankers. Jsn, vs. Taylor. Feb. Sanfcers. __Fcb, P. V5. Veterans. Feb. 7.--Taylsr vs. Thtse dates may be charjged from time as certain con- cessions are being made to thfc Ladffrs1 Hockey and the games of the district, kaguc will also require to be played. All players must have amateuf cards. These can be obtained from the President. Judge. Jack- son. This is important. The teams will play seven man no substitutes. team to sign fifteen players and each player'must be. a. rcildenl the city {or at least ten days, prior lo ilgning on. If additional players .arc signed on by any team a ecr- reipondlng number must be drop- ped from the Hat. The manager of each team must furnish the league officials with a Hal of thilr. players, and parti- culan.'of any revliion which they may make in the list from time lt> time must, be funded In prompt- ly- The Manitoba Hockey astocla- lion rulei will govern all This means player cannot be xkated AFI games must start promptly on the hour adverliKd. Any prayers in the city who are net attached and wish to play should get. in touch with any of the following Jnp. M. Taylor, Taylor Hard- ware team, colors red and black., O. Stone, Bankers team, colors white-arid green. SgL R.N.W.M.P. team, colors blue. G. Reber, C.W.V.A. team, colcri black and A. West, Coal hurst team. President Dfnnfng ft arranging to have forms for the various man- to use In signing up their players distributed soon as pot- slbts, and managers should make it a point to have their Imrup signed up without delay. Until .IMe done the are re> tlcent' about talking of their ma. ttrial. "There of miterial In the said Manager Taylor of the Hardwares yesterday, "but un- til we get the signed up naturally none of us are saying much. But you can take it from rr.t that there is going to be some flit hockey and the fans are go- Ing to see something worth whHe." The Herald that by end of the week there will be plenty of dope, flying around at to the make-up of the various Learnt. Practices will commence tonight and every hockey night iin the end of the eeaton will be buay around (hi rfnk. CHICAGO, Dec. calling tho i annual in eel ing of American League j club owners for Chicago, President 'Ban Johnson yesterday forwarded prc- I credent, according to a statement made public here Mr. Johnson was commenting ou the [njuaclicn pro- ceedings begun by Comiskey-Fra- zee-Huppert (action lo prevent him calling the meeting here and looking Inward H being held In New York. "Before issuing tlic call foi- liie (annual meeting 1 assed the club U-AII- ers and five oi them favored ;coaLiaued Mr. JohasoQ- "Oar animal [meeting has been Leld here conLinu- since 1F12 nnd always at tho rail of the picsirlenL The consiilutlan I fixes ihe time but does not UHLUO place. It does not cooler authority to IESUB Lhc call on 'either the presi- dent or directors, LuL 1 tare done so after determining the oC the majorily of Uic club Bromwich Do Comeback Hotspurs Lead Second Division Ilie BestExercise For the inside worker. Come In the afternoon and try il. Dominion Bowling Alleys Basement, Dominion Dldg. AUTO PAINT SHOP WHITE JOHNSON Phones AH ory, I'nliitnig and .a siicciallv. Corner 4th Ave. and.15lh St. S. 10 BE PLAYED IN All Companies Decide to Follow These Rules For Season Barons bailers who plastered one on the local crew In the last round arc comloy agp.ln Wednesday evening to open nj> another keg ot nails. They wou by 41 pins on ihc last roand and think they can repeal. Starting soon there will be a three- cornered (woman event In the bowl- ing world that promises some excite- 1 Calgary, Barons and jridge will each hare a duet ol star Hockey will make Its getaway in Lelhbrldge for the season to- night when the rink will be open all evening to the senior hockey- ists to get in their first practice. This will be a free for all event, no Ice allotments to the various teams having bfen made. All players are Invited to on deck, and the'publlc Is Invited to get out and get a line on the boyi. Division of the Ice to the var- ious teams for practice purpocct will be made Immediately, when the teams will be able to settle down to the grind which will put them in shape for the opening of the league season on Thundsy, Dec. 11. LONDON, Dec. A. I WIX-VIPEC. Dec. Interfered wllh Saturday's football tockey will prevail Ibis winter In the Two 1'irsi League and ono "'any Winnipeg leagues for Iho first Sou I hem League matches wero abau- "me In the history ot tho denied. The matches provided several year the uew style of play vfas'trlcrt illustrations of varied form which was out here by tlio seniors and lutcrme the more striking as the clubs con- dlates. but as the older fellows were cernca met only a vreek ago. Burnlev, only experimenting, tho other leagues hsirlly defeited on tno preTlon! by Iho pioneer seven-man urday by Bradford, reversed that form eaiue. Since the sis-man system 1 with'the result that Iho winners went was officially adopted by the Cana-j I to the Lead of tuo Icaguo-ttandlcr.'nlan Amateur Hockey Association j West Bromwich look second place last March, nt Us annual meeting, the i 6 simitar experience of IL Tlctory- many oilier Manitoba leagues linyc TAXI WHITE t JOHNSON Special scrrlcc on cpuiilry trips. Phone 787. Ret. 1210 OFFICE AT CLUB CAFE THE ONLY RADIATOR SHOP IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA, THAT MAKES A SPECIALTY OF RADIATORS ONLY. devote our whole time to problems ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 Filth St. S. over Sheffield Wednesday, to rhora Ihey lost [ha week earlier. Both vk' tories were gained away from home. Snnderland, playing n great came, de- wisely fallen in Jlue and adopted it. The Mldgcl, Jiivcnilc. nnd Junior Leagues realized Llial II they were to instruct young alblctes iu reatfd Newcastle and As Ion Villa, ibockey that tlicy should alart them maintaining .Iheir improved form, eai- oft in the prevailing system of play. Hy defeated Sheffield United. There was pmctlcaljy DO discussion Hctlpurt Going Stronfl. ln Javor of sl.cKlng" wllh Iho old Tottenham Hotspurs have a pood lead la Lho Eccond Division and are The college leagues also adopted sUU.playiDE a. great ESTOB. Rudders- for tho first, time. K Is flejd'beatfin by Bristol, have, aroused Mkely that tlio new system will be Interest, lir their own town by prevalent in the various Intermediate and Junior leagues (hat will bo to operation this winter throughout tha RETREADING DONE BY Get your Next Retrrad By Ui. i SECTIONAL AND BROKFN BEADS OUR SPECIALTY We specialists