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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 2, PAGE SKVKN- FUyere Now OffsMe in Corm? Kiek or ,WU1 tip G; at Southampton and took lull idTcaUje of a, shaky THE MELTING POT After much newspaper publicity and tclk ot all kinds Frank Pat- rick has come through with charges. He has convinced Briga- dier-General Mncdor.aid, president The oaly alteration ID the Uwi ot the for the ssai 1120-11- has reference to off-aide in- A' player crnnnot HOT be offsldo from a throw In. The la' re'ada: j "When a nliyer ike ball, lacy player .of the side' who ;nt Slick moment ,of playing Is I nearer to bis oyponnts line Is out of and may not touch the ball tilnuelf, nor In any way whatever 'Interfere with'ui op- with tbe play, until the ball has been again played, unless there are at such moment ot play- ing at least three of his opponents uearer their am goil-llLt.- A player Is hot Out of play when the ball is kicked off from coal, when a corner kick or t throw la is taken, when tie ball has been last played by an opponent, or when he himself is within his own hilt of tha fletd of play tit the moment the ball is played or .thro'wii Ja from touch'by any player of tie tame side." Soccer Gossip LONDON, NOT. fur- nished .tho surprise, of Saturday at- terngon'r'games In the Association, Foqtbajr League, by. .defeating Aston wlio-'aeemed to ba different toams and away, for: they: haVe'.Ml won a match since Bradtordifully.deserved their victory. Ihree tlmee arid' MacLeaa 'otieb. Barnley's seven goals the highest tcbra in tha'first or, second divisions tills forwards cettled down to a siileiid'd gltne ttud.pMbam WM OTerwhclmeS ffom" tKe stirt. The Arsenali Butler for MaoKlnnoc, but otherwise made no ctabge In ihe. team for tha return match against HuddersQeld, which at- tracted spectatora. Hudders- fleld played ten of last year's cup an- aliits and showed marked powers of defence, bat was weak. Arsenal's soil came thirty minutes from th B Etart; th rouBh Pagnam, who again scored midway through-the teu-. .South ShieldE are on fop of the BCC- pn4 divlslon'.through their meritoriouB against Ham got 3 of five goals while r Stqckport's centre- off the field, injured, but) they were certainly the belter side.) his best display this! twice. by scor- ing 3 mkdo a real triumph of frujh the reserves. 'f Puiham their first home victory since, the end'fof Jilace, grounds are closed, met he Is not I Happily >o this trouble has not reached the courU, ki It was threatened at one time when At- torney-General Boyie was appeal- ed Io. The Big Four bai a to cleaQ its into fessional hockey or go cut of busi- ness. Many ugly rumors have been cir- culating in tbe south country for many moons about ihe Dig Four and when Patrick made bis no'one seemed surprised. .Hockey fans lu seem- ed united th'at the Qlg Four was not an_ainateur orgauiiatton. .has always been' the policy of the Herald ama teur sport in Alberta to Its fullest extent but never has this paper tried to shield camouflaged ama- teurism.' .True, there havp been rumors of paid players in other lines of sport fin. the south coun- try and it Is hoiHil that many of the towns of the south will take a lesson from this investigation to keep their own towns clean froni professionalism this' wluter ar.d forever. Frank Patrick Is going to take this affair to the Winnipeg meet- Ing on December 10'aniT 11 and 'with; him Mac- Donald will go, in ah-eifort not oniy to clean up. Alberta, but Ihe whole Dominion. Btforta of this kind should re- ceive all tbe encouragement1 pos- sible. Only through amateurism will athletics' again reach Its pro- x peTjjplece in our.community.-Ugly like this1 encour- age the .intermediates and sen- ,lore to tbe game, as they Ebould. If they learn they must remain amateurs in tuo strictest sense of the word-tben we will have good sporLanjl'lots of it. Go to it, General Macdonald. out. Hockey.Is becoming.a live sub- ject In Lethbridgc and all through the soutK country jiict -now.. Let every fan rally to the support of heckey !n Lethbridge all this vyiii- ter and the deplorebje. conditions that faced the Veterans last sea- sen come up'again, "DODDS KIDNEY PILLS They WORK while you sleep" Canadian Boilermaker Says tha Champion's Heal'Name is Wm. Hurrell BUFFALO, N.' Y., Jac Dempsey, the heavyweight champion is ttio bencnciary named In a on thousand dollur policy taka out by William E. Hurrelir a bollc maker, employed the Canadian-Ch' ctgo briSife Iron Co., at Drinseburf Ont, just across the river from 13u falo. Hurrell clalma that is hi son, whb.waa uorn In Pittsburg NOTemher 29, 1894. The mother thought to be living now in 'Toronto Hurrell nays that he has been sepa ated from his' wife tor 17 years. .11 had, never heard of.HirAtn Dempaey. Dempsey'e real name, according t Hurrell, Is William Rlggs Hurrell, an lie, the father, chose Jack Dempaey-a a fighting name. Hurrell claims tha he himself was a pork and bean fighte in his youth, and all of thb champion' early training was obtained from lilm Vague Story Ills story was vague In some detail He could not make it understood wh he has not seen tbe champion to tal to bin for over nine years. He sal that ho tried to reach his son a ft (lays after Wlllard was defeated a Toledo, but that Jack Kearns, or sora other persons prevented him. His oil documcn'Ury proof, if such it can b called, (a ft photograph of two chubh boys, the elder of which aays. wa Dcmpsey, when ha about ton yea old. Hurrell, who boards with hla si ter, pointed out an enlarged porlra of A benevolent looking gontlemn with dirts whiskers. The said, belonged to Dewpsoy's patcrn: grandfather, who was 4 leading citlzo of tho hamlet ol Hanover, near Stra ford, Ont. oh6 or two Cascarets occasion- lo'ktdp your llveK nnd bowels tedvo. bilkiue, cosiatlpated, toAdachy, tinstruliK or (of s cold, up- stomach, or bad breath, nothing kta so nicely Cascareto. Children tte too. 10, 26, 50 eenU, HAMILTON WILL BE MEMBER NATIONAL LEAGUE THIS YEAR Possible That Ambitious City Be Re rescntsd by Two Hockey Teams was artmltt to tho Nfillotiai Hockey League her Saturday, It was also announced tha St. Patricks of Toronto would sebur Ico for the season, if not hero In To onto al cilhsr Hamilton or Monfrca If it 16 in Hamilton then tho amhllloi city will bo represented In pro-uockc by two teams. Applications (or franchises were so received from Iho National Spor In? Club of Montreal, and new Intc osls In Quebec, but both were la over for the time being, tbero beln possibility of.fnei N.H.L. having six-club lories during the coming wl tec. VttfA was pros dent. OF Calgary Paper Calls For Watch- fulness'., on Amateur Eduoard of Antwerp. European balk line billiard chaniplou, who Is in Now York for a match with Willie Hopjie for the world's title. niermediaies To Orgamze Dec J Special Meeting of Hockey League Called in Y. M. C. A. for Boys In rejard hockey situation la Alberta the Calgary Albertan editorial- ly says i'.'-.y "Tho situation ia i. clearing in the hockey amateur associa- tion aftorY cbasiflerablo advising -and prodding' action, which should result clearing up athletic sport. What the 'governing body in doing now It should have done several weeks ago. If Us function is to protect amateur 'honor. It- must be aggres- sive as well as judicial. "However the governing body has received certain information aridl taken. it.' The Dig ,Fouci Hockey association inust show that it is an ama teur. organization or gel out of the amateur. ranks. Let us hope- that it- will decide to be amateur.' spbrf is hard, commer- cial u'nd generally does liot appeal to] the people, who likb, to see the men' playing the game for tho fun of the tbipg. .The game is -the. thing. How- _ the iibsslblV situation Is professionalism unddr the' guiso ot nil Wants Heavy Bout OTTAWA, Dtc. 2r- (C an. PrtM) being aiked by a syndicate.composed 'of Hull and sportsmen, to stage the world's championship heavy' weight bout'between Jack Demp. sey and Georges' Carpentler In Hull, next 'A telegram 'been despatched' :to the great fight atking him to ar- range tor with a rep- resentative of the Syndicate, Mora than present avall- able t> a guarantee of good faith. ''Country1 Football Scores LONDON, Itec. Asso- ciated a; second league soccer played today Leeds de- 'eate'd'Coventry by- 4 to 0. .Mr the rueby union champlpnslilp _, li: Hampshire 59; East Counties 0. 33; North Midlands 5. Dowsbury.tied with Olahani In a northern union rugby match, NeitlMr team Now that tho governing body has taken action, it would be well for it to keep its, eyes open 'for all manner of infraction, of amateur rules. It is not a court. board." E BASEBALL TEAM TOTRAIN IN SOUTH hA special meeting of the.execu-. tive of the Lethbridge hockey lea- sue has been, called' in the Y, M. C. A. on December 7 to discuss intermediate mat- ters. All who Intend to put In a team In this league are requestc to be on hand so business can .be concluded. This league will be comprised of boys of the 'teen age and at pres- ent it looks If teams will be In !t representing the Rotary Club, Knbx church, Bankers, North End and possibly Coalhufst. So don't forget'the date, December 7, and the place, the Y.; M. C. A., for this meeting. So Says Berkeley, Writing in London Mail' About French Boxer According to Berkeley, in ihe Lon- don Mail, Georges Carpenller Is ah exceedlnely candid 'man. This IB wli'at [he English authority has_ to say Carpentier's recent book on boxing: "Candor is certainly a characterist- ic ot .Cariicnlier in Ills book.- Thus, tlio French- champion on Bombardier Wells: that night (when Wells was knocked out at the N.S.C.) I always regarded Wells as one ;ot tho most pathetic figures in the ring. Charm ing, graceful, softly spoken, a man with generous Instincts, a magnificent all this Wells is, but he can not fight. Physically he Is 'built for the fighting game; temperamentally ha ,1s wholly nnsuitecl for it. He is perhaps, tho most uncertain' chart! plon ever known. Few, If any, boxers haye made Bitch woeful failures; nii yet, in point of popularity, he is se ond to none. 'j What Can Wells' Friends Say? have the host's of Weils worshippers to say to tnls. Has Car rentier at last knocked out their Ido beyond recovery? This should still be not tho least Interesting problem o the coming boxing. This is what Berkeley" .thinks o Dempsey: "I have learned nothing from th American newspaper accounts of the Miske-DetnpEey fight beyond thai the champion is adjudged to be a 'man a tornado, a terror, .and so On "Alt that may be, but Ihe two pho- tographs of the contest which" i.liiVu seen do not add anything to my re sped -for Uompsey's boxing powers In both ho IB slugging at his mni without 'a guard or n pretense. of a guard. Ot course, Mlskc may bay. heen prnctltally helpless at tlie mo fitenls lliego blows were delivered, Lit! he certainly does 'not look 'as Jf h< werfc Demptey Not a Boxer "I have many suspicions aboii Dcmpsey, am! tho strongest ot them is that ho (3 not a boxer In the sense that in n boxer, DcnipBey since he woii'tho championship from the mountain of flesh, Wlllard, ha never been hit as 1 am sure Cnrpen Her could and would lilt him. Kor tha reason It will be gooSl to see them In rtie ring FIVE BROTHERS PLAY, SPLIT BETWEEN TEAMS- MOTHER ROOTS FOR ALL HUNTINGTON, W. Nov. 30. "Workman day" celebration marked the Kuritlngton high-alum-, nl football game, here Saturday when five Workman brothers, In- cluding the two. Ohio state uni- versity gridiron played some on each Mem, The mother of the five was a spectator and spill hsr footing the two teams, NEW YORK, Nov.; 1321 seball team will traln-.at a southern amp next spring like the major leag- lers, it was announced here today by JoacU William Lauder. The innovation s in line with tho. decision of Yale lumnl and undergraduates "to adopt more aggressive attitude in future oward development, of athletic .was added. The Judgment of tte World Clothes don't make the man, but make all of him that people business hours. v Naturally, .people read a mahV character in his clothes, because that's what (hey see the most As long as appearances count, make them count for you instead of against you. As fair as right appearances go, Fif-Reform Suits and Overcoats are assets for every man who, wears them. Rt'Reform McKelvie HcGu Christian Science Society, LetHbridge NNOUNCESA _ LECTURE I CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 5Y EzraW PalraerCSLof Denver, Col Member of Ttie Eoard, of The Mother Church, Tlw First Church of Christ Sclentltt, in Botton, In the Msuonic Hill, 10th Street South URSPgDEQATyDPJl THE PlfBUC IS MOST CORDIALLY INVITED Drink It-It's Apple Nectar OKLA-APPIO Brewed from fresh ripe apples. PURE, SWEET, SPARKLING REFRESHING Sold at all fountains in district or delivered to your hojme in the citjr. -MADE BY WE MAKE THE HIGHEST QUALITY OF SOFT DRINKS IN THE MATTER OF A. C. VANDERW1LT TRADING AS