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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FACT SIX THE I-CTHBHTDGE DATtT HERALD. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 0, 19i9 VBRIKGING UP FATHER" By G. Me Manus OIQ YOU lit .THE PAPER THVT JICG3- COKE HERE! NtW MECOftD WONT HONOLULU. S. Norsun Ross, of Sau Francisco, fwui 4.10 yards here last Dtiht In 3-4. fastest time ever (be dis- tance. The- due-la iliviiUAllfted from figuring S3 a world's record as It was made IB a tank ICBS than Ihe stipu- lated It-oglb of 75 feet. OtT AUTO UVEIY Special Service on' Country Trips P ho net 717 1210 WILDE MEETS SHARKEY TO-NIGHT NOW YOU HOCKEY FANS GET OUT AND BOOST BIG OPFNER THURSDAY Arrangements arc being made lo make nfxi Thursday night one of the big snort JMes of Ihe year. On that cvenjng the Mounted Po- lice and Coalhurit will clash, ac- cordjng to schedule, fn Iht open- Ing, game cf the city league series and there will be all the ceremony and .eclat which irauzlly gess with 'oarnss. There 'is somt talk of nakingl- the1 event double header, and if- .the-equTpment of lomt of the teams is here; in .time.this Will done! In' that. there will be a dc-uble Incen- tive fora big crowd lo be on deck. Seating accommodation for the hockey fans Is also being, talked al p.resent the L.AJk-A. is rather JDW in funds, Ihe rink having 1500 to. erect, a'rtythlng eScpwnslve-in the WEy of prGvfdirg is prac- Ucally out of the question. How-j, ever there move on foot- which may overcome this dhffl- culty and if the arrangemsnts are carried out there will ssaU for the fane so that they may watch1 the games In conrforL After watching the various teams in the senior league prac- tice, the.Herald has no hesitation in saying thit Lethbridge is to see the greatest hockey boom In its .history thii winter If the holds good for Ice. There ks material In the city which would make good Intermediate of champlonshTp'call- bre, while there ii plenty of other- material to make the .city league faci.and close. The Herald U.out to boot! hockey in Lethbrldfte .thli winter in.the hope the Tans will show enough Tnterett In it to make it. feasible, in another year or two to talk about an erv cloixd put -fi over. The nor any of the teami In the league will make a cent out of the Matcn's -activities other than to pay for and pro- life funds for carrying on In the city 'generally. ywr we Were bewailing the fact that Lethbridge was a rather dead tewn In the way of sport This th- LJUt.A. i: doing its best to overcome. But it cotU money and the support- of the fani Ii needed. WE teJieve the fans will be.agreeably-surprised st Ihe cali- bre of hockey they w] 11 see In the city If at first It Is not up to the slancfard "turn out any- way and boost boys along. To' the league management Just a word. The fans wan! ta see'.iast hockey.; Fast hockey and rough jiot-inix- therefore" of-the lea-: to'gtt good' 'and give them keep tne Barnes, clean; and free from the the prayers wllliknow. they have to play real and -il-wll] be accordingly Lcthfiiidie7.ii gajng.to de- the iame here 'this com- inatloTi. to' of, 2nd if the.fans aren't rooting their heads V month" we wJII be bad- ly, mistaken. Let everybcxiy WOULD JACK TAKE IT? PARIS. Dec. I'rcssc do Paris says lhat a uurse of francs wlllbc offered for a match Iwtween Jack Deiupscy, thd United States pugilist, and Carpcntlcr, lo be foughl in Paris In July, 1920. v v Tho normal of a franc la v about ID 12 cenis. v Photo shows tlia aensatioBal BHUsh boxer sigrjiruj-for a ten-round bout with. Jack Eharkcr, n New York b lo lake MUwautet, Wis., on .December left io righl, sealed: Jimmy, OUu Bervli of Uie contest, and Jack Snartey. SUndiag, left to right: Benny Williams, Wilde's David Hughes, manager; G. and Darl McBoylc. Ntw Orleans-promr.ler Has HU Signature to Contract -Already NEW ORLEANS, La., Dec. Jack 'DempMy, champion, already ia under con- tract to meet In Orleans the winner of the flahV Dorinlnick J.'Tertorich, fight promoter' of this dtyr announced today. He added that Natele Wls.% of Chicago, .acting as his reprMentatlve, was due to arrive in London today to sign up Can pentTer, the new heavywtlghl champion of Europe. 'I have pcmpsey's contract (9 meet the winner of the Beckett- Carpentler fight In New Orleans and I Dempwy will Keep his uld Wis.; Dec. Wilde, Britisli .flyweight champion, will make liis first American appear- ance here tonight, meeting key. a rugged N'eV York, bantam- in Do-declsiqn. 'con- teal: The maleK will be staged at the Auditorium, TThlcli has a seating ca- paclly of todicatioiis were thai Ihe contest would draw Wilde -has been guaranteed The -little' English; baling marvel, does'noL eiye away 10 poands to opponents, yrobablj" will enter the ring welgalng about 106 pounds, lie is'repartee to be in splen- did condition. Sharhey has agreed lo scale llS.'pbunds at 7 p.m. and proln ably Will enter' the.'ring three .hears later weighing about US pounds. "Wilde, pale and anaemic" in appear once, Is both a boxer and a lighter hit from almost aiiy angle and is a'master at'the art cC'feihliiig with his head and drawing an opponent on making him mi is willi the neii move Sharkey is on Ihe snort cud the hettlng; with Wilde's admirers of ferln'g.two lo'one. wagers three to one also have been reported A V FRANKIE BULL WONT FIGHT IN CALGARY IEEENFIEID ONLY Tte Best Bra fell: m. For the inside worker. Come the afternooB UK! try H. Dominion Bowling Alleys Dominion Bldg. AL the Blsley ,phly rifle alltfwed in ,he service will'be the short military field. The sights same as ttilsj year, tut no fixing "which cuts inlo! the slock will lie allowed. Hide con- test conditions arc not dialled. The council has appointed Major the well kbbwn shot, musketry itistructor, assistant travelling secre- tary to EO around the country to re-1 rive riric shooting arid organize clubs.' THE ONLY RADIATOR SHOP SOUTHERN THAT MAKES A SPECIALTY OF RADIATORS ONLY. WE derate our irliolo. lime to radiator problems ANDY THE RADIATOR 'HAN FIHh St. 8. TOJIOXTO, Dec. Bull, Toronto's premier light- weight, has turned down an offer to box an unkown at Cal- vary Christmas vi'eek. Ho may hoi nl the United Veterans' show schcdulci. for New Year'i afternoon at the Arena here. has antiseptic, cpoling qual- ities thai arc both beneficial and pleasant to- any man's face after'shaving.' Being for nicn partic- ularly, it is neuiral- 'doesh'i, on the race.-'- RETREADING DONE BY your. Next Retread By Ui. SECTIONAL AND BROKF.N BEADS OUR SPECIALTY. We are specialists ID Vulcan- izing Waders. 712, Third PHONE ISM Age Limit of 20 Knocks Many Players of Chance of Play- ing, Game at All this Winter ng posed for the intermediates has- prap-'1 LIcally dropped out of the race leaving Ihe Herald, Rotary and Knqi. An- other learn will likely lie forthcoming, that a four team league Tr'lll prob- ably be made lo hare Intermediates double-head their games or else play just prior lo the senior games. BREAKS SWIMMING RECORD HONOLULU, Dec. 4. Norman Jlos3, of San Francisco, who broke Ihe 200-yarJ lank awlm record at Young Men's Christian Association meet here last nljhl, his lime being The old record also was rnndc' by ROES Jn Chicago on April ,4, 1913, and ivas- 2.56 4-r.. of the Intermediate hockey league Is the lalk outside senior circles these days, and plans are made for a meeting on Monday evening at the -y.M.C.Ai when the whole matter vill be discussed. The reason Tor the change in plans >3 the general de'j're lo rio away with the age limit for Intermediate hockey, and lo follow the universal custom which -prevails In the O.U.A. and other hockey In Cilia da, which allows anyone to play n termed! ate hockey who-doea not at- empl lo play senior 'also. Al tEie Ime the hockey organization meet- was held it was decided that in- hockey In Lethbridgc Ihls winter should be IJmltori. lo. thnsn 20 or.under. All others must play senlot ibe ruling elated. But with only four senior teams fiom Ihe clly n the league and each team limited li> men'on its roster, that meant, hat only men over couM play hockey. -All otbcra were barred, Naturally there arc i lot of young 'cllowa In the tlly who to play ttlio are not faat enough Tor ,hc senior ieagiie and who would he out under Uic preTlous ruling. This la not In Uic hcsl interests of Ihe sport, which Is designed lo develop many good honkuy friayc.u as pos- sible, and most ol tho L.A.A-A. mem- hera ore In favor of lifting the age.. aitogctlier. Tbc only rcslrlc-, "rU3h ls. hclnt' applied freely to pro- lion as lo eligibility for Intermediate! 'esslonals. Following Ihe announcc- ranks would be that Ihe placer was mcnt yesterday that Frank Hcarna not signed on the rosier, of a sen lor Tommy Iwo meinhera of firganlzallon, and as soon as a player thc Ottawa lacrosse club, hud -been or play.i a scheduled game with fclnsjatcd by the Ottawa PIENIYOFI1FOR RflSINlEASI D Three Old Professional Lacrosse Players Duly Painled As in Alberta Were Keaten on .Total 1'ins Bat Copped Long.End of the Scries Tie had It over Hie. Clcrka ;i pins on Uic loUl last nlghl, but ocl5 one of the three games. Ulster, bowling Tor the Dominions, had high lotal with while Free- alone had high sinslo with Tlie scores: ClerKs 40. 12 Sboycr 30 Vi Green 11" 59 Mayn'ard 37- 3S tvceds........... 38 ?.'S Totals 175 201 OTTAWA, Dec. la not the only district whero the whitewash Dominion! nlalor.......... C2 -ID Wllleils 27 33 Schwcllzer 42 3S Mscombe -ID 2> Freestone liS Totals 239 IR4 vs. Herald. 33-111 EASTERN HATS; CT CAPS SorDAiDandftfs LAD AUTOOWriJERS We markn storm CarUioi slass llghti, and roV- ers. _ EverytJiing "jor THE .LETH. BRIDGE AUTO TOP DEPOT 6th, Street Noil to Herald Ollice- G. T. BLUNT, PROP. K-l, Service Service Station for hmonv K-W MajnetoE. .All mikes of magnetos, ceneralonii coils ro-'- palrwl. Full Elock ol repnlr imrts car- rlfd. All work MACNETS RECHARQED The Roy Electric Co. 811 PHONE 7N Electric Welding CAB REPAIRING Lawford Welding Co. 2nd Ave., Off. Uthbrldfe Hotel' Ptwne" 1W Vimy Auto Repair Shop ADAMS BLOCK 13th STREET NORTH General Repairs for All Makes of Cui Experienced Mechanics FOR'D SERVICE STORAGE ALL WORK IS GUARANTEED G. F. WIL50N WILL 00 TO AUSTRALIA SAN FftANClSCO, Dec. Ing lo local renorl-l, N'ornian Iloas, who broke the tank swim.re- cord in Honolulu last night, Id to go to [Australia to contest In swimming the seniors he Is no longer eligible as an Intermediate.' Under the proposed Mcri claims control ol hoclcer and else pertaining lo amsteiir- lsra lhls dlslrlcl. II "S learned lo- Ihere'will be no dlflicully In securing i four well balance.-] loams [or pn In-1? ?n (he ot' playing senior hotkey 80 that a-lino may be obtained on the material and the yarlous manigen can gel busy, The Wesley leaa vrhlcn was >Tany niore nronltnent larroaso nnrf s anplfed fop reln- 1 haro promhcd cards Alan Heal? o( tit- KIN8ALI. DEFEATS GOULD I'a., Dec. ter KlneaH, professional court tennis champion, sprang i.surprise by de- feating Jar UouM, former world's title holder, In tbe second series of here loday, 0-C, 6-3, 6-5, 6-1. Samla will need at least new hoaieg In the when It If 'ex- pected tunjr will We Have InttaDed a FuD (or Repoiins AUTOMOBILE RADIATORS Caa luadk kl Bikes of cm. Freel and Elliott SHEET METAL WORKERS 336 SIXTH STREET SOUTH. PHONE 1713. ;