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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE DAJt? HERALD 1 DEEJAY, DECEMBER. W20 BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus OY DON'T THESE I left unguarded a greater part of tie time which accounts for some- of the'points Kepler, a new man, also played a.sood game. Kilos there .was no bright star, but everj-beiyJYprked the full, time Creep new'boy, display ed very good form u b s 2 Sytes, f i Ildfmau, f Hepler, fc......i......10 Kelson, E UrGenbach (second half) KJiOX Denoon, c Leech, J Ahrdus, t Jackson, Greenaivav (second halt) 31 5 6 S L 4 HLHKEHY1D It Is 'nulte passible I ivlll jump over the line" BV w A. Phelon t Small was the. Fish, and frail. Sti Inches was bis.tola! From fiercer fish he h'ad to See; Each while finning through the He.-bit upon a hook-oho flay'. And, slniggie, .troke He .never his As told ia that dav s BEhlng lies, Was three good say, it s a cmch, j lie dldn t miss it by an Inch'" Another strong lhat lighting fish was five feet long' But lie swam on, and never knew To what balk he grew' THE WEEK'S JEST LIE Five newspaper artists got together to arrange for a set of cartoons, and every one of them spelled all his let ferlngs correctly. Ths Kurds are agsin on the war path in Armenia, ind blood Kurdling stories come over the wires oach day Only a slight inflection separates the honored guest-from the honored jest Perhaps the trouble.between Mildred and Charlie was because the pies she made.didn't, throw weH: Captain Fredericks on Going Back to Will Try For Old Players TORONTO, Dec. Freder- ickson, captain of the world's champ- ion Falcona ot Wbralp'ef, completed his coursoT_at Oamn Bo-tisn ar.d ei pects to leave for the west tonight J na conversation with a newspaper raan, he taifi he had received offers from Frank Patrick and E .J Living and had refused both. Freder- ickson said he was returning lo Win- nipeg with the hope that he might succeed iri getting Benson, Haldersoa another Falcon player who have to Saskatchewan, to return to their o'i "'ub 'f this can be flone with the guarantee that they will bo grant their cards la the event of fall ore In that direction he hopes to sec CHICAGO FANS WILL BANQUET JOHNNY EVERS CHICAGO, Dte 7 -Chicago hall fan BvKill Johnny Evers, ba'aeman and now'man- aser of the Cubs, back to the fold with, a and hcme-coming party, here tqnlght, Reservations indicate that close to a thousand wll1 attend. Much "gratification has .been ex pressed by orer the receipt of the 'signed contract1 ot GroTer ander, his pitching staff and word trom Pitcher Jim Vaughn that ne'lsrtn ghatc and expects to sign his new contract shortly PAULSON WINS ON FOOL Dec eight- round bout lait night between Knock out Longhlin of South Bethlehem Pa, King GustaV of Denmark feet tall How doei he manage to sleep without sticking fett Into the ocean on one side or the other of hit kingdom? and Hike of Minneapolis, was In vthe fourth round when'Ldughlln fouled Paulson four times Loughlln'8 'right eye was closed In the third round and he bled profusely nra Morrison ot the Sol kirks Rod Smith of the s'xty first battalion, Al cup team and Barney JiacPhall of 3j and the Monarchs Ho- that with that trio the Falcons will be stronger ever He did not appear at all 8X1 MEET AT McGILL MONTREAL Dee in- ski meet will be held this season In connection with jvlntor carnival at McGIll, the dates set aside bolng February UV completing either plan, and remarked Tipon the In Winnipeg "Sc> he concluded, "if, conditions not satisfactory out there and I ALL TEAMS EVEN NKW YORK, Dec the end 1 This uys an apparent pes- "Is full of so la football, i The, doctors all vrere ready and the surgeons had their The nurses had the gauze ?s3 tape gripped in lleir The hospital was open, and the cots were nicelT aired, And everything apparently, was thor Longhly prepared, HOCKEY LEAGUE MEETING TONI6HT interested in Inlcrma- diate hockey requested rot .to forjet .the meeting in-the Y.M.CA. toalghl. This hockey league meeting has called, particularly to deal with inter mediate 'questions and it Is tha Intention of the eiecutlve to proceed the organ Itatloa of an Intennediiti league.' .Tha 4 meeting .will'; .'.-commence at- S 15 o clock His Majesty King George At- tended Game on Chelsea Grounds LONDON, all over the United Kingdom Spoilt tne chance of and contributed in unex'pccfe'd resultB 'in the cialion Ttiotball league games played on, Saturday, Tho presence of Hia Majesij the King rendered the first league match between Chelsea and the Arrenal at the Chelsea grddads at' Stamford Bridge the most interesting of the day, over 000 'ipectators being scnt, who gaye the King a magnificent welcomed The natch went to the Arsenal ty two goals to one, their centre forward, Wcgnam, scoring both goals in flne style The winners are stronr sent anl look going higher m the league table In the near future.' Two Games Not Played Satur- day Will Be Taken_Out of Contest Again Uha. Herald's football' com- petition .has shown-ari The list of winners will be announced to- morrpw, so farther than siBtiug an- otier increase In thenumherof con- teslants vre cannot go today But It is gratifying to see that each week brings new (ootball fans TJrro games were not played oil Sat- urday- and these. will be cut out of the contest for this week so that the jrite winners. can be announced on ttmo t forget that the nexl com petition wlii close Saturday morning with -the 'first mail; But the captains of the football teams) As'on "Villa, who hare an unaccount- held back their sturdy I P001" record la'many matches suf While the mnllltude was sighing like fercd another defeat at Newcastle and is now only suth In the first division table With a five goal.scores Manchester" the wind among the pines. We cannot the captains there's not a ghostly chance. For some blamed fool has thoughtless ly delayed tho .ambulancei" .Speaking of you like to be a new policeman, patrolling a beat In t The ground .Ih'al 'Polo Grounds 'has slarted'ocohomizins'by selling his grass rooner Hughey Jen nlng's will be there.-ceiit s'ummer. of eight hours stead) grind all 15 the annual.six-day Strict management of amateur hockey biko race at Madison Square Garden wre cren, each having traversed 177 miles four taps clghthour'rec ord' of 1S9 miles nine laps was made CMnot get tho old club together again b5 Lawnon and Drobach in 1914 'HERALD" Football Competition RULES GOVERNING THE :TJTION ARE AS. FOLLOWS: 1 The com petition w'U bs called The Herald Football ComptUUon. 7. Corhpelltors will be enUUed to aa irmny.enLrles as they desire, provided :aoh is twtTiti'- Ira csnls, afld coupons to ilia num trtof cnlrfcu S. Competltortf must crosa out tha Dmes or Ilio clulis thty think ae and cross names of Wh I.tr.ey consldfer a draw will rcaulL t Coupons cai onlj from Iho bportJnar Page ot The Herald v All monies received tc re turned ia prEzut. Tht amount of prizes will tp 'ry JUonildy moroins1 for that week'a tx PeauUB of competttloa-i will published WedhtiJay sn] to eucccesful roniUetltors mulled 011 bT TOfinnaUon hy the Alh etlc 6 cntrlin most b6 (MS ted o- de htt't to I-iftrnld tieforo n Id nl-tfit OB I'ridafP A poit k from polrna ootslde of the clt IrflnSriddc -'will be considered lairrfiiff 'M entry. ths nsmfe arid aildre-fl of lha must be clearly marked on -h coupon Bfamfrr not tg as M% r p ENTRY, FORM GAMES PUVED DEC. 11TH ENTRIES CLOSE DEC. 10TH .FIRST DIVISION Ctieliea. vs Newcastle, Sheffield U. ve Tottenham. Burnley LIverpoM. SECOND DIVISION Barnsfey vs Bristol City FulhSrrt vo Clapton Orient vs WotverhiiTipttin Va South Shields to Herald 10 The Pport'ng in fin i Jt ot j-TfJd frorri tho co- t-uton, P vs NorWloli vs Mlllwall. Plymouth vs SCOTTISH LEAGUE Celtlt Partlek ThleJIe, Oantlii Afblon Rovers vo Clyde Vs Falkfrk, 1 enter the Herald Football Com petition- in with the rules and conditions announced above and njreo to accept the puh liehed de-cie'oa us final and lesallr Signed Sign In Norfolk, Va. "Frlqie Storraor; Ice.1 A on" with the Princess Pits was caught In De troit carrying o'uf. _ Losses through robbery are an In come tax exemption. Does this Include (Copyright, National Newspaper Servico) 00 TO WINNIPEG'Yd A. A. U, OF C. MEETING MACLEOD HOCKEY CLUB RE-ORGANIZED FOR SEASON 1920-21 (Macleod The meellng for the purpose of or ganising, the- Mscleod Hookey club, which- was'held; on; Monday night in Geo. H. Scpiigairs.office, was well at- lended, of as -n ell as nevi players who eipecFto turu .put this iTiiliio doubt baie a very strong aggregation The following offleors w1e-e elected Honorary -president. Dr. S-rJ: Kirk; honorarj iice-presliient, Inspector J A Macdonald Jionorarj Ice president, Dr A H N Kennedy, Ser geant P h H secretarj treasurer, Jievllle K1A It rras aecided that the Macleod Hockey club should enter the Southern Alberta D strict Hockey league again this season and that Sergeant Healei Allege Uspeakable Crimes By Mitt Artists is'Reasdn For Ban KIUNC1SCO, Dec a formal resolution the of police commissioners yestenjaj deplared Owing to the unspeakably crimes which have been committed by prlre- ilghterE and their assistants in this weekMn December. _. i FLAYERS MM mm Each Club to Have Twelve Hoire Games During Winter TORONTO Dec 6 a lengtny session here Saturday, the National Hockey League arew np its schedule for the coming championship race EachTclDb 12 hqma sanies making a season of forty-eight inatch- ea In all The season will open Wed nesciay, December 23 and will'close on Saturday, March 12. the schedule will again be'dlvided Into two sections and the first ending on" Saturday, January 29 The second half starts on Wed nesday, February 2 and will finish on It KfssValso decided that the" club' should hold a series of Dances and nmoKor for purpose ol raising funds for necessary expenses An ehtertalnnJeht'committeo com- posed of SergL Healey, Geo H Soon Anderson was'- clectod to .look after- these entertainments E Rlngland attended the meeting and advised the club that he was go ing to have a rink this season and would Beo that proper accommmlalion was arranged for the hockey boys Among the players who have tlgni fled their In'ention of turning out this season are the following Neville fUrl, Sergt Healey, JJ Le- rasseur, Qeo H, Scougall, F Murphy; H McCrea N loung J R Purdic A Fritz, R Reed, J R 11 Hammond, Cpl Houghlon, P Byrne Aims at the Complete Extinction of the Tourist Plajers Dec spirit of Pie tnirty first annual .Ontario Hockey I association -convention held on' Satur- United were the heaviest scorers in Saturday, Marcc 12. In tho event of Ihe- whole league, they, beat "Bradford different teams 'winning tho first and C to 1, wnile to'tenhim and West'second halves there will be a play-off Bromwich rap argood second each by to be derided bj two out of three defeating Sheffield United and Sunder-JEaines. land each scored a! pres soMtarj gosl against their conquerors chair Buu el luo uesinnins ai me all ,h Burnley onlv managed to draw at meclinjr President Fred Hamblv of I C players In the Liverpool In a goalless match but re Patricks' club announrpri thai. Ihe'a? l eitmctlon of the iiaincKs ciun. announced that the 'hockey tourints" .arid the. countenance these pjsyersJ The asso- ciation, by practically a unanimous decided lhat "no player who has changed, his club -or -'his 'residence- sincp January--J, a cer- tificalo until ho has "sat is fled the 0. H. A. executive committee "ot'the bona- J such-a change.' the former club from the 1-adershlp to Munnnery v wcDonaW will go to iurthermore every plaver must third place Canadians for Prodgers and Joe Matte individual written explana Bristol wnobeat Barnsiey are arid that will he lions: before the 120th'of thls-month now leading that division with 2a of tho Hamilton Tigers with an affidavit as to amateur slaud- points.and Cardiff are second. Car-iwllit be learned the teams with he'wlshes to'hnre his caso con- diff obtained tvio points by beating'8 'ew aoditlono from tho The licit and Una] batch will ShofC'eld on Ihe aTO Anting on the following grounds Canadiens: Vezina, Mnmmery, Cor- Souihamplon furnished a surprise byi McDonald, Lalondc, Arbour, being beaten at home by the lowlyi-Pltre, nerlanquclte, Couture, and Odie placed Grlmsby .team, but still lead the' third division with 25 points. AMATEUR OFFICIALS LEAVE FOR WINNIPEG and Sheffield led bj I lo 0 at half time Shield s unexpected defeat, 2 J, by Wolvernampton, who are In the lower ?at ranks of thc second division tumbled, wa3 thc usual lalk ot lrades completed It however, thst Harry to Matte The action followed1 a conference of police willi James Jlolpb" junior whlrli nas iloUiled gangblers on joung wome'fi-recenil> a' a shack on Howard street m the thickly populated section, where a score or more women are de clared to have suffered Indignities their gates fifty fifty' it they so de sire OtLrr amendments adopted were as follow s. .No player will be eligible for the 0. H A intermediate scries who ha- played in more tuau one Inter colic tiate or 0 II A senior game, Teams now lie abie'.fo subsU lute goalkeepers at the end of the ner lod instead of only wnen the regular goalkeeper is injured Substitute players who enter a game without first notifying the. refere'e will la penalized two mlr.uleS Then he must go on tuc iue only whim stopped for infraction, of tho rules or the puck leaving the v. PHONE 688 CARS OF ALL MAKES OV5R HAULED AND REPAIRED BY J. E. PALMER 322 6TH ST. 6 Five years', aeroplane enQlnec. Phone 1032. WORK GUARANTEED TORONTO, Dec. Dr. iirucc -Mac- Donald, president or iho Amateur Ath- iollc Union of Canada: James G. Mer- Dec. -Britce" Mac- t Donald, president of I Athletic Union Of James O Merrick chairman of Ihe Canadian Olympic committee-and N. H. Craw, Recrelary of tlio A. A. U of 0 vlll leave TorontovfOr "Winnipeg to night to of the union in -thsl city. Cleghorn. not bs conslildretf until January 20 so' tbat those Mho dirt not ipply before December 20, will Iiav6 lo nait for a month to cases passed up on. Hamilton Mitchell, Prodgers Car .la ll18 fuluro al! cllllls must file vith pentcr, Mattfl Malone Cfrry, llitchie ilue P.11 A, a complete slatcmcnt of and Crawford receipts and expenses of tha season b> April IB each rear Teams plaj Ing in tie same IOWD or oily may divide chairman of the Canadian Olym- pic Crowe, rotary of the A, A U of C will leave tomorrow night for Winnipeg to attend the annual meeting ot the union on [IViday and Saturday, President Ward and SccreUry Trl- veil, will re'prdsdpt branch Fred tho Canadian Wheelmen's aesoclatlott at the Mnnl- ptg meeting. GIANTS WILL TRAIN AT SAN ANTONIO KKW YORK, Dec. Tho New Yotl. Nadonala will train asraln al jBRn Antonio, Texas, next spring, an agreement having been reached with j officials (bere !o provide Improved wri onlareed quartnrs for th" VARSITY HOCKEV WILL INVADE STATES TOilONTO, Dec, Th'e University of Toronto hockey team, practically the same eeveu who lost tho Canadian cnampionshlp to th'o Pal conn last year will rtaVe A Chrlftmas PINKEY JACK- TO DRAW Ay ee 6-Plnkey Mil chcll, who sloppft'lntp Ihs ranks of the weltorvrelght. bVxers recontly.'held Jack to a. draw in a 10-rouiid noAUcfeion conlOEl here tonight, sporling wrllcrfi. HO HUM1 NEW YOniC, With thirteen teams nllll In tho running and ylth Urocco and Cobiifn, who lappetl thc field yesterday afternoon, ctUI retain- ing their lead of one lap, tho slvday blkd race a' MadUon Garden ended ils thirty-second at 8 o'clock this mornine, St. Forbes, Randall, Cam- eron, Noble, Denenney, Dye.'Lockhart and several amateurs. Ottawa: Benedict, Cleghorn, Gerard, Nlghbor, Darragh, Uenenney, iruce and JlcKell. Teams will be required to have eight players In unifornl on the road, though SO will bn thfi limit, until January 1, when they must retlupo lo nine. Officers of the league, clecled a week ago, .were: Calder; 0. W. Kennedy of Canadiens, T. P. Gorman of Ottawa, Charles (Juerrle'ot SI. Patricks and Percy -Thompson of .Hamilton, directors. We Ar6 Experts in Kopairing and Retreading Tires Sold. Bargains In Second Hand Tires LETHBRIOGE VULCANIZING WORKS 712 3rd Avenue South E. liolldsy trip 3 (40 STOPPED THE FIGHT BOSTON, Dec; 7_A. chancy ot Baltimore, scored a technical knock- out against Willis Green of Chicago last night when the referee stopped (Ko flght in the efith round 'their scheduled 16-roiir.d to saje Oretii Jwtter punishment PLAYED DRAW BRISBANE, Deo. As- sociated bclweon an Australian eleven and the British cricket 'team now louring Australia; was today declared drawn. GIBBONS WINS TOLEDO, Dec. {libbons of St. Paul out-pointed Chuck .Wlggaits of Indianapolis, In eight rounds "o( theif 12-round tyinl here last night. TEN ROUND DRAW LASAU.E, Ills., Dec. Newcastle, S'a., and Eddla McGoorty of Oshkosh, WIs., Jougiit- a ijl-rpund draw hero last night. SUITS AND OVERCOATS.AT Special shipir.sut jtist arrived of 'Jle'n's and Young Men's Suits and Ovei coats bought at a 50 per cent, lower figuie thaa last >on Iheso etnrtllng prico rciluctlons only tells'half tA J our Trice Smialilni, bole means In Iho other hnlf is feeing what you aclually get of tlio best in style, nuality ahd1 fit Wo I now Itiol JDII ft ill (ako the lime lo Invcsl'gntc this biggest sell Ing event and vou'll do whit liundrorls of dllicr men havo jou'il Ini} Note Ihc price ind como and seo this (Jig clothing dlspla> Suits and Oveicoats seliing LOUIS KEEL SHOP OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHESi and THE FLORSHESM SHOE i OLIVER BLOCK, FIFTH STREET, ;