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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX t'. DECEMBER 5, 1010 BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus 4E V CUT Of "S RE I .'iJ. I ANXVAX I WANT TO I (Jijf. I "RACTICE THIi f--------' r-i A-----------.---i ,-T European Champ I OLD COUNTRY" FOOTBALL Beckett Never Landed .j Right to the Jaw Did it HOLBORNE STADIUM, LON- DON, Dec.'4. Georges CarpenlTer, the French fighter, won the hetvy- of 'Europe heft tonighl -by defeating Joe champion of- England. Knocked out 'Beckett' ,_ first .-round aTier one mln- Ut; lO'isteCQnds of fighting. -The men entered ring, at-" 944 Both recelv-'---- however, getting a better hand than Beckett. The: ff'ghl .began 'st- 9.5-} o'clock. After a ihort hantfthake the men faced other, Cirpcntler smil- ed confidently. He" darted in f quickly and. planted 7a -left 4 "A brirf bit of _ tcamnc followsd. CarpenUer darted in agafn with his Hts and h.nd v.-ork v.-ere both "much belter than' The Frt iKhnun again two swift [erti. Carp- nil er. -foirghl-'away again out .of reach before Beckett hid to-counler." RIGHT- TO JAW DID IT .Coming again lha men; went into fhort clinch. In the breakaway, tarpcnUer was in like a flash with a left slrsfgM to the Britisher's head. right to.'the Jaw knocked? Beckett face v downward, blood spurting from his mouth from thli and prtvlouv Carpentier helped to carry Beck- ett to the Englishman's corner. eyes opened 33 thli was done and hit wcond iaid to 5 him ,'Joe, Beckett was unable to undtr- 'land H at all for a moment, but heJ-aetmed to 'comprehend when i Ihe crowd began to jump Into iht rtifa i-conds, 91 an- nounced Tby ihe official tlmtkeep- sufficed lo whether n tier or BecVett should mwt Jack DempMy, thd United for the championship b o'r-the world, next June. From the moment the referee called lirftc, Caroenlier had the light en- tirety In hli own handi. BecVett neVer Had a chanee'ef htttlni thi f Frenchman, who faffrwe with- etrtnflh w wtWnever'he ftlt inclfned. Expert Comnient Dec. ID cotn- on last night's ftghU In wblch 'offfe's Carpentlerr of knock- out Jcs Beckett, or England, ID tha roncur in Eaying that Tie- Trent lo'lhc best man ftiid thnt afpenUflr Wdp, ,bj; bis speed- 'and eTerheas. T! Beckett's manager sdys Carpentier brought ell a nil HDD to one lut this is not the view of. espert tnlookcrs, the Daily Hail's critic ac- Beckett of- "sheer'stnpldltr-" ''Beckett tiy 'a- long best o[ Ihc hand the DailyaialVa eiperl vritBa. "He was superior In aud He la a treal (eUow pby si calif, but the leas Eaid of bis Judsmenl the bellcr. Pcr- but hc't gaTe bis opponent a chaiicc h DO nones wocld hnro otic red. Tfco bJOTT TvUh.-n-hlcb CarpoDtler won was too ElbTple Tbr-words. lie could liiye been .eaallj- avoided, and (lie counter lo 11 ifould have been au ex- "'elv dajigerous blpW, yet Hcckcttj ed .'right mio the danger zone." l he- dlil was simple and stupid and (here Is no eiccse for hfm, "Alter Carperitier'bart been carried around the ring Uie Prince or Wales cordially shook IILS hand and congral- ulaled'bim. The Prince also ebook Beckett's hapd, savins; 'Better luck neit Prfnct'Saw Bout LONDON, Dec. SLtd- nm.was packed at S o'clock tonight with a distingaJshed gathering lo wit- ness toe bout for the heavyweight tnplbnsMp or Europe between Joe Beckett, cbainpiOQ of England, and Georges Carpentier, tbe French fight- er. ETCH the J's banding room at lire guineas admission was crammed. The Prince "Wales ealeted tha stad- lum during one of the preliminaries. He a Touslcg reception. After the singing by (ho crowd of "For He'a a Joll? Good the Prince paid "I thank yon one and all lor your very kind welcome. I am glad to bo In again." Parle Enthuslattlo PAIU5, pec. Tic by CarpenMer OTer BfickrHt creaUd RnaL enlhnsiaam fn (he croT74 which walled .On tbe boulevarda tnd in caEes'.for the LOXDOX, lie'c (Country (ooiball j Old resulu First Newcastle, 0; Middteborp, 0. j lu a rugby mutch, Oxford L'niversily. defeated St. Thomas Hospital liy 71 points to Veterans, Bankers and 'Taylor Crew on Put up Best Exhibition Three 'hockej teams 01 tbt senior league went at it in good style lail "_hl when the first real practice wi staged, and judging by tbe display there is going to be some fast hockey Ihis winter. Bankers, and Hardwares hid thelcs for an hour in turn, and made, full use of tbe op- portuhily. Tho Bankers have a line-up OL en who depend on their speed .la get lham Beel lant BO muqh, in evidence. Heber bnd a big bunch of Vets out and three or four ot them displayed mid-season form, fleber, Dllly Hen- derson, Marlon and Turcqlle were the pick al tec lot last nlghl, bnl the i whole crew was coming strong. The team that beats the VeU Trill win ibe Macleod, Pinchcr Creek, Lethbridge and Tatar Fonn New Opens Ball al Macleod Day After and Home Games in Schedule of 12 Dinning Will Guide Destinies of New Circuit.s A meeting was held Weflnesflay Each team s'tilimltjs the name o[ a night IB the Red Triangle room of tbe referee and Ibo name of an aUerna YJM.C.A. lo consider He o[ lira .These uames will to submitted Southern Alberta District "Hockey to the secretary before- the first game SKATING TONIGHT The -L.AJLA. rlah with tlio finest (co of the season will be Uio ebaler's pamJfeo There be. a a Fought a Draw HALIFAX N.S.. Deo. Me Donald, of Glaco Ucty, nnd TcntDij Jlobson, of .AJaldoi, fought )i rounds to a. ilraw hijre'lapt night. Ik tot EM Foi1 llie inside worker. Come in the afteinoMi and try it. Dominion Bowling Alleys Eavcmtnt, Dominion THE ONLY RADIATORSHOP IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA, THAT MAKES A SPECIALTY OF RADIATORS ONLY. Wo dcTOte our wbolft ttroc'to raitator ANDY .THE RADIATOR MAW 418 Firth St. League. RepretentallTea from Pinch Creek, Made ml" and Taber vere present and It TVBS decided to fonri a Tho follow inr officers were Hon. A. Buchanan. M.P. J. Dinning. Secretary-Ire a care ol Herald. Comfiilttee-rMr- Andersen, Tnber; il. S- Alkens, Macleod. and E. Dosscn- flap. Those out last e Heber, Freccb neavyweleht champion, Ueiine, Henderson, Marion, an old Princr, Albert MlnLo plajer; who will plaj1 who goal, a Pass man; L. J, and Ted Tur- put Joe the English hope, colic, W. Sinclair, Glllesple, Fair, and y last night tn-74 iecorids with :a smashing right 'to the jatr; at the ligliL AH were confident tbal Carpcntler would but were greatly surprised when a couple ot others. Charlie Ramsay. Irajner ol the u5J Taber Chefs, will ti'ain the learn. t Jack Baylor's Hardwares irera out slrong.'hul moBl of them are older .men ana will Uke more condition IDE'. Harry Pilling, McBeu and j hnn are candidates for the net job. {Besides {here are Doc ftoy learned ce hail defeated his op- ponent io'quictly- Englishmen who were in the city Charlie C. mingled Iticir "hurrahs with the Tailor, Reg-'McGIUrv and' French "bravos" and sans "God Savs HI-HTT. There are or the "while Lbc Freiicb Jotcei Geo. Bill four rimes Manager Taylor the Marseillaise. In some concerts D0l out until he ha3 them day nlgbl. end theatres, programs were Interrupt- j Ejgncd ed so that the news of the fight could be announced. All papers in Paris comment upon the neatness of Carpfin- victory and declare lie can now aspire to the world's title.. PAHIS, Doc. CRrpenller, champion, pugilist of Europe, has for the moment displayed Premier ClemcTiceau as Hie maa ol the hour. Parisians today are discuss- ing animatedly Ihe.BecfceU-CaTpEntier boxing bout at London tonight. Should LUe Frenchman he flefeateil Beckett will loon> large as n. popular hero. -Reports tLat Carpenlier is trained loo line for "the match caused consler1 nation In sporting circles In FarJs tcKlfly and the odds on Beckett, who wan sillily fayorlta IQ the JnJmedlaieiy TGDI up TO 2 io i 1'he taTes on the houleranls pactfce agala on Sutur- Jeny, Fincher Creek." It was decided Ui pldy home and jome gunei and the question ot playing UM double Ecliedula tc ktt orer and coaildcred, at a later date. IL agreed -thai the ques- tion of pitying Auhstllutes should be decided let the mutual satisfaction of cLh teams JosL prior to each A motion Tf-as passed that Ifce tblrly daj .resident rule be adopted. That Ii.Vplijer mail be a. resident of (bo town or city thirty diji prior "to his In game. It li un- derstood, hoirarer, the ol the application. attlhoflty to Con elder the any player ..who, through- exceptional should allowed to of whether or not he baa been a ral- dent of town for the aboTe period. players anal .hare amateur cardi.. A Hat. of playen icuiL submitted by the secretarr ot.weh team bef the schedule opeoi. s played in the league: Each team will deposit with he sccrctarr-tremirer to cover lion [cc and sundry expenses. Tho home loam will furnish a re- ereo aad. the. Tisltlnff team frsro irlvHeje a judge of I'Consist of 3-20 mln- utg periods a' 10 minute rest ptriod. A motion wu paESCJl that the lea- eue Blfilille with Ibe Albtrtn Amnteur Uliletic Association. All games played under [he rules ol the- Manitoba- Hockey Association. The 'following :ls'-a list ot Ihe 'am- ounts which' each .holno team mait fiiiaranlee rialtlng .teams lo cover jenses Taber and PIncher Lelbbridse Finchfr 45.00 Macleod and Plnche'r 25.00 Taber and MacleoC Ltlhbrldgo and'Tiber........ 30.00 Macleail and f-etabrtilKfl 30.00 And tho following Is l schedule drawn by. the represeutallyes ol various teams Piiicher Mncleod, Friday. January 9rh; Taber, Wednesday. January Hlh; Thursday, January 15th. Lelhbrldge, Tuesaay, December 30th; Matleod, Thursday, J2nd; PIncher Creoi, Wed- nesday, January 2Isl. Lelhnrldgo, January 24th; PIncher Creek, Thurs- day, January 1st; Tiber, Wednesday, January Tib.. Lelbbridfe.-Al, nary 30th; PIncher Creek. Wconesday, January Decem- ber 2Clb. "PJncher Crcelc report, line up Including soiriu known Cor- Classic Opens Tonight The Draws rThe rink baa a basy hire every eight this and the 3 7 arranged lo report flghl Igrcen men are beginning lo get their round..b; round and the theatres will Bearings. Tbo rlnjca are fist announce" me Tesnir ol lac liout.' up, but It there' arb 'third men iThe- nCTOpapon will send red they can demand ft hlgb islary rocketa if Carpeutler wins, while ;for the sefaon na Ihera la a dearth In green rocftest will conrey- (o lae.'ihls position. _ FVeoch puhllc tha Information lha't I The draw bas been made for Fti- Lhclr Jdol hag been dethroned. .--i-i-- RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS Git your Next Retrud By Lit SECTIONAL AND BROKEN BEADS OUR SPECIALTY Wfl are specialises La Yukui' Iilnj Vid] 712 Third AVSIWB South PHONE The President TS Vice-Presidnt T. Maclood TS. Jas. The foUowhie Is the list of the rinks j filled to date ]n. the followlni Sldri, Thirds, Seconds, Leadi: J. A. Mulr, D. D. Thcrmpson.' Dethie. J.'S. KirthiM, H. TV. 'Meoile, Hirrj Slmnscmr' M. lYeeman, J, W. Wood, Ml.nor. H. J. Dlunlnj, CW. 11. liairisViT! J. Simons. player as Wallace, Marquis, Tucker, 1'urklGj Reanlon, Walcolt, Pelletle'r, anrt sev- ere! o'.hsi- alrongs players In view. Taber have not -yet coinplet.'d their hut report thn signing up ol larlton, Malo brothers, Belleveau Prlot, Van Oman, Anderson, wilh plenty of other niaterial to'ptck from will adrlEc their strength, at later dale. fINE GOLF PRIZE t- WON BY CAPT. H Is Bomewhal lale to be talk- Ing about golf, but we ]usl hap- >'f pencd io bo lalklng with Uavld v Hume Ihe other da? and ho -i ff showed us the President's Prizo 't which fle won on Peaco Day. It was to have been a Peace Day trophy. Bnt President Pennc- faEbcr rlocided lo givo p.ome- thing ufeful p.i well as orna- ff mental, and we will say hla 0 't tasln loaves n.rrllilrip; to he de- Blretl.. The prize as wo It v Impressed ua as being ahO'at tho %V classiest thing in thb prizp line thai we had seen some ff moons. H Is a large nickel fj ftt casserole, very heavy nud ah- ''t ff solulely plain with litavy Ivory O handles sullahly engraved ff to commemoralo Ihe eTcnl. 4- Needless lo say, Davcy Is all -t ff smiles. wouM be, too, ua- dcr tb9 clrour.iEtariccA. fy President dftservftf 4 u'nslintcd praise for tne maonar In which he tlood behind boost- b Ing golf In this city. The prize v 'i was procured through the Con- Burners' Hardware." -j pel d folluwing is the draw and (he rink's k> lillea to date President vs. Vrlday iilshl -.1. A. Reid vs. J. F. Simpson; D. MeNabb Jno. nock; C. K. Carbsrry vs. S. Kirk- ham, One. ihcct for scratch games. tv. J. slont, 11. Chlswlct. Df. KOI, A. Duntar, Jai. Bonton, 0. Sjvijc.. Don. Duff, B, Hooker, Geo. n. Donald. W. 1.. MeKe-n'tfe, A. MeCorrle, Saturday I'ark.i vs. Dr. _. J. H. Stewart: Clark vs. more Scoll; H. J. n. Klcelth va. Don. Dutf; F. Llvie vi. Wra. Crawford. Monday V. Hamilton vs n; w; Jr. Her; J. oil- Ilugli Jloyd; .V K. Peal nr. KOI; W. J. Xtlson va. McKenzle; K. D. JohnioQ vs. Dr. H. Marrs; N. LANGFORD BY KAYO ROUTE noCKTOHD, Ills., Dec. antTtord knocked ou( Dare JfcRrMe, of California last night. The knock- out came at tho end of one mlnuH of boilne; al Camp Grant.- DOMINIONS VS, Tho Dominions meet Clerks nt Ihe Dominion tonlclit -league flilurc. Carberrj-, O. M. M. E. Collinc, Campbell. Vim, Scoll, Vrcii Kenny, Dr. Oa van, II. Con. -J.-fi.- Hlcwarl, IxxKwoOd, C. CIcnsghan. J, -I'. JIamlllon, Kcltb, noberl K- D. .tohnslon, Dune 0. II. Dlxo'n, Qoo. Howe. Asa ['arks, 0. Dlctchci, Oco. Mac; Marpoch, tJIcX Andrews, Jos. ndhl, Scotly Duncan. .'H.'J. II, Skellh, D. R. Yalta, C. MCL4an. Bob br; Marn. Dr. Cimpbtll or Dr. W. S. Dili, Dr. Sleds. Criwford, Dr. Bltelc, A. Alex. Scoll, n. A. Smith, Collins. Dr. D. A. Taylor, AUTO OWNERS We Stonn CDrlAlna wlU) glass HEbU, End radiator cov- ers. EverjrUilng for. the Auto THE LETH- BRIDGE AUTO TOP DEPOT Street Nezl to Herald Oflics O. T. BLUNT, PROP. K-W, Station Serrlca StatlOB for .the farnona K-W Magnetos. All rhaltc9 ot magTiolos, jenerQlcra, colls ro- palred. Full tlock of cnr- rled. All work guaranteed. MAGNETS RECHARGED TTie Roy Electric Co. 611 4Mi Avenue South PHONE 73i Electric Welding CAR Lawford Wdding 2nd Ave., Opo. LelhWdft Hrttl Pti'ont 1M4 iVimy Auto Repair Shop ADAMS BLOCK 13lh STREET NOHTH General Repairs for All of Cot By FORD SERVICE ALL 13 GUARANTEED G, F.WILSON W. TULLOCH We Have Installed a Foil Equipment for RepairiDf AUTOMOBILE RADIATORS Can handle makes of Can. Freel and Elliott SHEET METAL WORKERS 336 SIXTH STREET SOUTH. PHONE 1713. ;