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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE tETHBRKGE DAILY HERALD BRINGING UP FATHER DIDN'T LIKE IT ON ME. CITHER- HA.TE TOJVAKE IT BSCK- MICETOME ISaviK THVY- I.ZO-.'Y MX Hum ma It's a Genuine lupine Here There aro BO many features bt dining here that make you leave with an snUtli-aiica ot coming environment, entertainment. the cool, fresh atmosphere, the courteous attention are- oil IdeAk C. E. MdbRE, MGR. Cor. fourth Ave. and Fifth HIGH SCHOOL HOOP TEAMS VICTORIOUS; GIRLS GIVE A GOOD EXHIBITION; BIG CROWD Boys Came Out on Top By Score of Forly two to Twenty- nine Girls Won By twenty-six to Five Girls Put Up Plucky Fight -Business At If you think tho high-, school .girte cannot play, real; .you are jm'Mukeii Thej of nmn old lam Idof nl0bt oil the 31 Poor wnen defeated a team of Kirls i coro of to five Thti ire a speedy gallon. They play splendid tion and they arc'right ftr'ery minute of the game, 'Although the gjrls ;were lithlcr than the bti girls thej v ero able to hindlc them The high tired themselves oat Tuesdaj inght with a Thev put up a b pround the HUD- Mcllvena wisp placed or guard ina d d effective ttork Miss "imp 01 wns conspic lous a-ouml the baskets nearls' alt the lime. Men s Game 1 The girls jjime pit the in lg "d hunor for the clnte'l helwe Cliinle was on the Job for the city leain.- Ho -scored six baskets and would have scored many more if it lid not been.torvGordle Morrison, who mng to )iim lidQ a leech at all times. Morrison a splendid game "igalnst Climiej i man twice his size. 'iugh for the'clty, uaable to gel started. Ho tried :o ccmijinallon with his fellow- msii a great deal, hut it did not work as It ehould have. Vt times the city men exhibited streaks oC combination, but nt was not continued enough. it time the score stood eighteen shinny. 'Q: A: Q: A: By'W. A. Phelon. THE GOLF CATECHISK What is golfJ Vulgar name for denatured What Is 3 caddie? Kid who totes' the 'clubs: What Is a cad1 The guy who uses them If he doesn't tip the kid Sufficiently. Qf What is the teal A: -Little hill of sand you swing at an'd don't'hit. Q: What is a A: "A'degenersted battle-ax. Q: -What is.a bunker? A: "'An- excuse for assorted profan Ity.1 is a stymie? A: 'An-excuse hand picked profanity What Is fin the A: The answer _ ir the students The students ;ere tjio first to score In the second t citv men soon got'their d ind before Jong both teams w'ere running neck and neck. Within the Jasi'ten miuutes of the a Spurt and carried his team to vicion with a safe margin. The Scores Following are the Girls .Game Baskets Fouls 1'ts. Blfon 17 i 3 Gibbons I 1 r Porry .1 the mails. What is the nineteenth hole? Heaven In Scotland and extinct Admissions at a Head Would Shatter All Gate Records NEW BY HEK. 10RK Dec. that OLD'COUNTRY FOOTBALL In the U. S. A. America has more vanetW ol courts than any otiier nation -All that Is really, needed now is a Court of Common Sense. Georges Carpontier and Jack Demnsey have signed up to meet tor tho world's championship, and annouucemout-ha.s teen made that the bout would be held around mid-summer, fight fans are eagerly looking forward for the coming meeting.; All talk of the battle going to Cuba' can be classed as pure bunk. It was a cinch that the promoters not have taken a gamble on staging the fight in Cuba or any other patce out- side of the United Elates. It is a million-dollar gate probably more. And no the promoters of passing iip a "sure tiling" by hold- ins the bout anywhere except in this ff League, Standirtgs'up to No- vember 27 (inclusive) English Division P. W. D. L. F. A. Ft. 3 33 1C. 23 4 33 1C 23 4 33 20 21 6 31 20 21 I 27-22 21 4 31 17 20 24 21 20 5 20-23 19 6 .40 25 IS 3 IS -20 17 4 23 19 18 5 20 22 1C fi 18 27 '15 0 23 2114 G 23 20 11 G 19 24 14 -8 1-1 20 14 22 28 11 S 21 46 10 Burnley......10 10 Newcastle TI.....15 10 Eoltoii W. ..'...17 S Aslon Villa ....17 9 Everton 7. Liverpool S MIddlesboro .16 S Man. City 8 Tottenham ti W. Broauvich A..15 5- Jtau: United Chelsea Bradford City Hlackhurri SunderJand :Hndde'rsneld T. Jllgh r M'les T ScottT McIlvena Simpson Carrnthers Cllmie Men's Game 12 -20 12 tho liois oJ the hlsli sbhool und the plcl ed te in reifrebentirg tl e cit> fins g ime was wi n tho high school a score of t-vo 'o twcntv nine 'th.e city men had the score tied in the half but.efficient combination p'oveil too muc i for them ''ebrgo v.rt the si r He scored sK iwintb ttti 11 Ui'ktls and four foul-- During tix3 half of the gaino no a foul was stirct! Shooting was not good dur 03 thq first )nir hi the utj nienjud the atuden's nil Fed nianv 43 we! nl though ihcy plaml> re tramint Fawna 42- FRANCE WANTS 1924 OLYMPIC PARIS, French Olym- 'pic Committee has'sent an oillclal re- quest to the International Olympic Committee that the Olympic games of held InTaria. The Internation- al Olympic games lo he held in 1922 have already been awarded to Brazil, HERALD" Football Competition RULES GOVERNING THE COMPE- TITION ARE AS FOLLOWS: 1, The iompeimon will called iie JJeralil J-'cwlljau Comrctllion. 2, t'onipctltora be cniltlcd to 03 any eiiirtcd iis thsj dcatre, [irovldcri nch entry aocoinpinletl by twenly' ve cciiia, and coupons to tho nvm- jpr of cntritM. 3- must cross out Ihc oincJ 6f th" t'ubj thej Ihini w'll JJM trcs-S out tho named of both tliey coniiier i drin i ll tesult. CpuponK can no seuurod e Sportins J ig" of Jlio Hera u. Q All i ce %cj ivill b? re lurried In prizes. Tho amount nnd iinriUers of prizes will bo published Oii'Jiay jTioni'nir for that week's -TlesuKs ot competitions will ll3liecJ nvt-rj" Wetlnoa'Jay and eiicqiies to competitors will t" rnalfetl linmrlfatcly eft of cnfirmallon b> ll e Athletic News C. Alt entries must bo posted or do- verafl to Tho Herald bcloro I'rld.iys. A Friaay post- ontflirj'? o( the cHy of, Lc hOrlflgo f" ntalnlnE H (eyltlmalt 7, The nirnft -and address of the must he clearly marked on _cacli coupon. S; rrnr.'t not (TEed aa pay for entries. the 1 d lo tntrrpo mui[ T c atJJfe o T-ooiHlI Coirjetrf on 10. Tho Sporting ill If fnal 11, Employees nt Tho it 53 fro i r-D'fH Signed Address ENTRY FORfvl PLAYED DEC. 4THf ENTRIES CLOSE DEC. 3RD First Division Rovers vs Derby C. Bradford C. vs Manchester C. ChcUea vs VE Bolton W. Tottenham va Sheffield U. Second Division Elrmlngham vs Coventry C, Blackpool vs Leicester, Dristol Vs Barnfrley. Bury vs Rothcrham, Clapton 0. vs Fglhani. Third pIvTsion Brighton vs Queen's Park, Exeter vs Northampton. Gjlllngham vs Swlndon. Luton ve Merthyr vs Portsmouth. Aberdeen vS Albion R. vs Morton, Ayr UnKed va Dundee, Clyde ve Xilmarnock. Dumbarlbn ve Partlck Thistle. I cntor the iferaM Koolbalt Com RCCorriance wlib tbo rules and conditions aunouticed abovo, niid tgreo to accept tho pub- lished decision as final and lega HAH Have a Heart HOB and Hominy. Here's a Health. Hit a Homer. Hard and Hopeless. Hire a Hall. country. Nix for Cuba Circular formations .aren't 'used in football, but they arc a great-thing in baseball scandals 'me accused all stand in a each pointing his finger at tho next bird, and so there is no one siiochl object of denuncta UOh. i FAMOUS ROLES Richard III. Jelly. Parker House, Macbeth. Hamlet. French. "Othtlro. Graham. Seven. ..10 .1C ..16 .15 1G 16' 16. 1C .16 .IS Bradford'.. Derby County ..1C Oldharn A'th.- SheffleldlU. 4 11 11 3G 10 3 10 19 31 0 7 22 S English Division PI W. n. t. P. A, Pt. jouth Shields ..1C 10 3 Bristol City ..17 3 5 Cardiff'.City ....1C S C Birmingham .1C. S 3 OUR OWN DOPE-SHEET India win In the stretch. run well. Pool to great to carry the greenbacks. probably be (Copyrighted, National' Newspaper PHONE 656 If the bout had been staged in Cuba it would :havo. been a financial loss same.asvras the bout between Jess WHard-aciJ Jack Johnson. Cubans do not take kindly to tbo hqiiag game. TheyMlke their bullfights' and their races and native sports, but: do not part with their-good Ehekels'fre'ely to see a combat In tho squared ring. The purse for-the Johnson-Willard fight ijTas hundreds of thousands of dolla-s less than, the half million tint Mill go to Carperrtaer and Dempcev and en at that-the promoters lost money in stoghig that-tib'tit in Havana'. Charles B Cochrane. who, with Tex Rlcsard, John TUngling and the'coming bat tie, tells me no definite date has been set for the bout, it probably te shged on tho Fourth of Jul, ;lltat .tho bout will bo .an opsu-air one. tickets for.the fight In order to provide a profit after paying the pufse and other expenses said Cochrane "Such is not the rlan The liea is lo construct an aiena that will hold 100 000 people comfortably and enable.the promoters lo'chargc i moderate prico to- mdon Tor n Queens P. H. Town 1G Northampton 17 Brighton H.A..1S Plymouth Argyle 1C Bristol Hovers ..1C Newport County.1C .10 10 .1C S .18 .9 .16 S 11, .15 7 Rioter Citv Swa'nsea Town' Portsmouth Brentford Norwich City Oririisby Town 18- A .16 .17 3 .17 Soulhen'd United 18 0 Reading .16 5 Gilllughani ..il5 3 1 31 9 25 5 3 25-17 21 3 G 21 4 4 lo '0 20 2 B-25'15-20 4 5 23 14 18 4 B 27 31 IS 7 20 20 17 5 7 20 26 17 8 4 13 12 1C 3 7 20 26 15 1 S 17 14 15. 7 0 16 15 15 1- 6 19 27 "15" 5 7 17 15 13 'S 7 14 27 13 7 7 13 21 13 1 10 20 31'13 1 11 IS 27 13 2 9 17 IS 12 5 S 14.31 11 Scottish -.10 IS 1 ....13 14 2 Hangers Celtic I'artick Thistle .19 10 5 Airdrieonians Molherwell Morton Hearts Dundee Clyde Aberdeen Third Lana'rk Hibernians Leagucx P. W. D. Jj.F. A. Pt. ..19 10 ..19 10 ..20 ..20 ..19 ..18 ..20 ..10 ..20 ..-20 LEI'S GO FOR Hamilton Acad.. ,20 Queens Park___20 Italth Hovers Ayr United Clydebtink Albion Flovcra St. Hiirrcn i Dumbarton 0 51 13 Sf 3 41 15 30 '4 34 22 25 6 40 28 24' C 40 25 23 6 41 24 23 5 31 24 23 6 26 24 22 7 25 24 20 7 21 23 20 8 3D 9 2T 33 in S 30 35 17 S 19 27 17 7 22 43 17 0 12 Z6 31 1C 0 S 21 33 1C 7 8 23 31 15 0 10 28 14 fi H 25 35 H 2 12 26 44 12 3 15 17 !50 7 LOCAL HOCKEY We Are Experts in Depairing and Retreading Tires New Tires and Tubes Sold. Ba.-galns In Second Hand Tires LEtHBRIOGE VULCANIZING WORKS 712 3rd Avenue South E. Kor three wocks running now names have been appearing In Tho Herald's football competition and many of these new coiniielUors have been get- ting In ion the prlzo money. That _ shows tho competition awakening interest in Iho football fans talk It up for big H they tin- not como In this week gat your friends In for next week. Tho moro entries (ho higher the prize money. i It must lie remembered all entries must be received oy Krlday flight at midnight, but owing. to 'no mall at ithat time entries In tho first mall on Saturday morning are received. Noth- ing later than that can be considered. So don't leave it tea long. DIST. PROPOSAL Lalhbrldge'8 lioc'xey league organiz- ation is bohinrl the organization p? f-. Imokoy IOSKUO cmhractng Ihc Crow's Neat lino of the C. I'. 71. .They favor dividing tbo leneuo into two parts And arc willing to nlaco a team In It wbon it ia organized. A meeting of the ex- ecutive ot the local hccko? league was held In tho Herald office last night when this question was discussed, Intcritiedlato matters were also up and another meeting will be tailed lo (leal with this question entirely. The executive of. tho league will pick tho clty'a team for the district league. It wnj thou'ght tbo district should he di- vided nt rincher cast and Coleman yeat. JTMADVAieGE of the reductions'at this SUIT SALE All Suits up to "To clear, at....... All Suits up to CTA All Suits up to C K. A M N s- s H o P HOME OF 20TH CENTUJIY BRAND CLOTHtNO' Alexandra Hofel'Block On the Cornei! Greatest Legitimate Price-Smashing Sale in Canada Furnishings at J913 prices. You haven't seen anything like it for many a year. "Arrow" Fine Shirts Ot course, .j-ou .all know the Elegaatlj fashiou full free .tines. Roomy with Its tasteful 'accurately-.-balanced. Cuffs that hang right that dqnt gape With a good set across- the shoulders and clear pearl .buttons. JJegular Sale price Sale price Regular Regular Kale price Regular Sale price Silk Shirts Without-: exaggeration, the most tasteful, shirts in tie store. Roomily fashioned, 'finely fin- balanced pattcnis ot' refine'd-shadea, -Beautiful Bilk' shirts. Regular 7C Sale-price ,'v I I v Regular Sale price Cashmere Hosiery Nothing warmer or longer rearing than tteco sockh of pure wool cashmere. In attractive heather mixtures. Strong toe and heel with seamless foot. Regular 4t1" 1 El Sale price At 13 Rcguiar. Silo, Wohey; Hosiery Nothing better in socks'cornea out The Wolsey puro y6ol aro famous, tho world over. Ilegular AC Sale price Bhtck Ribbed Worsted :...'..H03C Warm, durable, pure' wool socks', toe and heel reinforced for extra wear. Sale prico Men's Heavy Thick Wool Socks Regular np Sale price ............JJDC Itcfiitlar Salo' price Uegular Salo pried Regular Cac-r Hale-------- Silk Ties Regular Sale price Regular Sale price Sale price .95c Mackinaw Coats Sturdily built ot ill pure thick warm scams double, sewn they stand wear amazingly licgular 417 CA Sale price "Arrow" Collars r I US Regular Sale prlco .75c 50c 35c Wo are pleased to announce that in accordance- wltn our sweeping reduction, of prlceb, Arrow collars will Be sold Id this store at Men's Working Gloves and Mitts and Auto V Lined or.Unlined Regular -Sale price Regular Salo price Regular Sale prico Regular Sale price Regular Salo prlco Dent's and Fine Dress Gloves y Wool or silk lined. maltes -known for. 'quality. Regular Salo price Regular. Sale prico Regular Sale prico Perrin's Fur-lined Glpvw Regular PJ Kajo price Perrin's Fine Wool Gloves Rogular Sals Regular Salo prlco Regular Halo prlco Regular Halo prico Fall and Winter Caps Newest one-piccc tops .with un- breakable pealt, favorite shades. Uvular rjf Salo prico LOUTS- KE-EL SHOP OF FASHION CRAFT, CLOTHES .and THE FLORSHEIM SHOE OLIVER BLOCK, FIFTH STREET iIKSZ ;