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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX LF.THnnmoE HAITA HETUI .4XDAY, DECEMBER S, 1910 VBRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManSs HE MONTH-i ON ACCOUNT eooo OH AUTO LIVERY Special Sm-Ico on Couotrj- Phones 7BT Rnldcnce 1210 IN OF CARPENTIER'S VICTIM BETTER OF IIY11 OF TEN ROUNDS Jtcsull a Snrprise lo Hie Shnrkey Put Up a Rush- ing Fight o plon, makins his erst appearance elThc America, decisively aneys ror the winter. The n'e-.r by Sharkey. a New banUm, jv manBgemenl Is now In charge. flere on Saturday. The defeat ot Wilde was a surprise. He succeeded m wlnalng only two ot Ibe ten rounds. SharSer bed Ihs tct- (er of ssTEn rounds and the first vms even. Tiic Xcw York boier slaried Qbt (o make it a nishlng and brought Ifci) crowd to their feel In two rounds, vriien be siaggered with rights ntid lefls to the JIo landed more frequently than the alI2ja arc being plaued and repaired and otherwise put In good condition acd ?r.n> to open to the public on Tuesday night Thcec alleys are central, well lighted, and under Ihc nsw ar- ranEcments howling should coma tho fore1 RS one of LL2 cliler "sports fostered Ihe v "V." WJJde ani bis puncLes torce. greater i lived up to none o[ hts ad- vance notices. His judgment of dis- tance was had end there was Hills force behind hla punches. He receiv- ed lor -the 30 minutes ha was In the rfcs1. XelLner. fighter was marked, al- though frharkey Taa bleeding at the mouth as the rc.vjU of Wllde'3 left Jabs. Under Iho Wisconsin laws, no rcf- ?ree's tieclaion can bo given, bnl it was i.bfi unanimous opinion of the Dews- paper experts and the ringside that Sharkoy had the better of Iho boat Sharkey mn'Jo the required weight, US pounds, and Wilde scaled eiacllT 107 1-1. o CURLING ooocl icdh drpmd appearance UM MENKEN'S CRKAM DDTnFTlICE. 11 rrncJ U-Oj ketps lit UT- itles of nrjth nal- Tto annual classic, President vs. Vice-President, has .occupied the ice for two nights, eight games having been played. In only two of hare tho President's colors remained ai the- maslhead. In all thc other J gam33 his stalwarts hare bad to dip Uicir battle flags and generally in uo QDcertain manner. Uowcrer there are five gamefi yet to be played and It's a very slippery game. Tba presi- dent. Johnny Hied, has edited another historic message: "No channel ports most be saved." Mon- day night will tell ihc (ate. Bert predictions are that thc vice- president will have a walkaway aa he baa pome lead to be overcome Salordav night Eaw a. real struggle, the first extra end gama of iho season when Dr. Slewart and Asa Parka hooked up for a Ihlrtccn-eudcr, winning 1L lo 8. The players In jrama were: A.ea sfet'p; Eteen-s, G. MacKay; Stewart, JEfclp, Ixjckwood, McCIenagban, Don JMcKUIop. I Following arc the rcsulla of Ihe Djme3 lo dale, Ihe president "nelog down 25 points BO far: President Vice-president .1. A- Tiled S J. F- Simpson. S D.D-WcXabh, 7 J. Marnocti 11 C- K.Carherry. 7 J, S. Kirkham. 11 U.K. Davidson. 3 S. J. Shepherd ir> W. Clarfc S Wm. Scott U A. Parks...... 11 J, S. SJcwart.. H. J. T. Llvlc...., Tolal....... S D. liuK ID 15 W. Crawford.. 11 Total on of No Agfe Limit Will Be Under- taken Everybody interested in the formation of an intermediate hockey leag-de, playsr .or fan, Is urged (o he on hand at the Y. M. tonight to gel a league yo- ing. The first proposal limiting intermediates to boys under 20 has been abandoned, and anyone not playing senior hockey will be eligible for the ecr- i-s. There should be four good teams in the Intermediate league. The RoUrrans -are bacVing an aggregation which will be com- posdu Tr.mirly of The Herald will have a team in line. Knox Is also lined up, while now thai the age restrictions have been lifted Wesley will likely get into the game. A four team lea- gue with a 12 game schedule would create a lot of fun and give many an opportunity lo get mlo the game who would otherwise be debarred. The meeting is being called at the urgent request of many fans who feel that there Is a gap to fill in the hockey arrangements and there should be a big crowd present. It Is to play the inter- mediate games following the senior scheduled games, double- heading the events for the en- joy mtnt of the fan. Europe's Fistic Champion The Best Erase For the inside worker. Come in I he afternoon and try it, Dominion Bowling Alleys Basement, Dominion Bldp. JOE BECKETT loglish heavyweight champion wlio was put away on Thursday nleht iu Lhe first round of what was to hare besn a 20-round battle for the cham- pionship of Kurope by Georges Car- penllcr, the French ace.. PLAYERS 1 Four Stars Leaving About 15th is Will Be With Seattle TORONTO, Dec. eiodus ol Ihe Toronto proliockey players to lha coast will begin on Dec 15, when Alf. Skinner. Bill and George Adams and Harry Meeking' leave lo Join Ihe Taci- Tc coast hockey league. The first are slated for Vancouver, while Mocking, probably Ihe star of the our, will play for SealtTo. In his itort career ns D professional Skinner been badlr scarrcil, Ihe most sEri-1 injury being a cut under Ibe eye, which destroyed Ihe tear duct, caus- ng a. (low ot tht sally slafr. TEX RICHARD NOT ANXIOUS TO RESUME RESPONSIBILITY OF CARPEHTJER-DEMSPEV GO N'EW YORK, Doc. Car- niter Is apparently Ibo Joglcal con- feeler to meet Jack Detapsey for Ihe world's heavyweight said Ten Kicbnrd, ihc fight promoter, whtn inTormed by Ihe Associated Press of the result of the London light, Slaving such a bout, however, is far from Ijeing an caay con nucd Iltchard. ire rnsny dif- flcnUle.1 lhat aland In the way and I am not at all certain lhat 1 consider such a proposition at this time. Rolh Deir.pscy und Carpentier would unrToublcdly expect a very largr: in Ihc form of pursta and guarantees, and lucre appear lo be ?ery few 'laces thai yroi'M be lively lo relurn galb receipts sufficient lo nvarrant tnc Immcnie outlay First IfeguJar Curling Clab Draw of Groups Announced -E- o DECIDING GAMES TONIGHT IN THE FIVE-PIN LEAGUE The Ilcrslrf rnd Veterans meet tonight nt iho Dominion Alleys in ihc final games of the Five-Pin League. The games lonight will decide I lie championship. -The Vets Georges Carpentler was liorn at [.ens. Kraucc. January 1'J, 1SS4. Ilo an boding when only 13 years' old. This was lu 1907, wben boxing was beginning (o Le popular in France-. He WHS both rkiltul ami aggressive, r.nrt In 1909 scored inauy viulorlos, de- liiK. nmoiiG oihcrs, ('harlca l.c- boux, Jtcnch baulamwclght chaia- plon. Carpontler took on weight rapidly, ninl iwn years later hr nicetiiiK and dcfeatlnn" inca iu iho wcller- welgbt division. Tho Kreorbiuau his first sensational when he knockcil out Jlni Sullivan. EnpliEh middleweight. In two TOIUHJ-; at Monlc Carlo In At Ghcnl, the following year, C'ar- pfinller, after beinc; knocked down twice by Bonibardlcr Wells, English hcavywelghi, Knocked out the Uritisli in the fourth round. The fact, thai a French Ijid I? years old and only n. jniildlcvvcJEhi. had knocked out the cleverest English heavyn-eigbt sccincil to somo oi Hie atter'e backers n fluke. CarponMcr di.spelled Ihjs however, when ho went on to London and knocked out Wells a Rcc-ond time, ending bout in njiening' round. A month aflenviml Carycntier fought 1'at THE ONLY RADIATOR SHOP IN SOUTHERN ALBEHTA, THAT MAKES A SPECIALTY OF RADIATORS ONLY. We devote our whole lime to radiator problems ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 413 Fifth St. S. RETREADING DONE BY EXFEHTS Get your Next Rttrrid Doni By Us. SECTIONAL AND BROK'.N BEADS OUR SPECIALTY We are specialists in Vulcao- iiiug Waders. LtlbbriJje Vulcanizing Works 712 Third Sovlh PHONE 16H O'Keefo, English miildlcwclRTit cham- pion, and scored a knockout In Iho second round. -W JeanneUc, London heavyweight, all three- gamca tu cop Ihe defeated Carpsnlier early in 13U, IJUL championship, ivhilc the bleiald (after lhal and prior lo (he declnra- muBt win two. of lieIweeir Frouce and Gcrmnny, Iho French champion won declBions The. otilhe curJine club dare .ninde. their linkup of rinks for the first" regular club competition. This is for the Brewery Trophy. Thc plan followed Is the usual OTIS, of flrqt, Erouping-the and Ihen each rink of the group plays evrry otuuri rink in their one winning (he most games in tbfs group is de- clared, "winner; then that rink plays thc declared winners of the olber groups in a knockout drain The rinKs' as drawn from the hat resulted in Ihc following grouping: Group W 'Clark. H.-J. H Skeith, S. J. Shepherd, John A. Hied, J. F. Hamilton, Dr. Fox, Dr. Marrs. Group Crawford, D, D. Me- Tabli, Dr. Stcn'arl, K, D. Johnson, Dr. Taylor, Win. Scott, Jno. Marnuch. Group Parks, H. Boyd, Jaa. Alrd. X. U. Peat, X. T. McLcod, W. Ij. McKc-nzic, Cbas. K. Carberry. Group F. Simpson. J. S. Kirk- ham, tiaird, J. F. Li vie, R. n. David- son, J. Don Daff. Tlic draws arc announced for Tues- day and .Wednesday nights. Games drawn must ho played or delaulled, as the heavy.entry list and limited Ice must necessitate tnla rule helng rigid- ly enforced io absolute falrneas to al) concerned. Tuesday Night's Draw Simpson TF. Ktrkham Carberry fs. Parks. McN'ahb vs. Marhoch- Shcplicrd vs. RIcd. One for Ecratcb sanies, Wednesday Night's Draw Scott vs. Stewart Skellli vs. Clark. LivJe. Davlrtson va. Duff. Ha mil i on Fridays nights wil'i band; H'edncsday afternoon for skating clubs; general skating from to p.m. Mon- SPEAKING la kccplne with the custom o[ [lie Reason, everybody Is Amcrlcan anrl all-aom. football and an ol'l-llmtir In the CESI has ottered Ihe rolluv.'iiig as bitter memory ot the hygone days Tackle ........-Stein, and Jelr. Knrt ..........Ilye, Michigan Genera] Skating Three After- Plan to Provide For 500 Fans At a meeting of the L.A.A.A. on Saturday afternoon, Ihc Kit) Jack a on and Gunboat Smith on fouls. A, few hours atter Che Smllh fighl Carpcnller, ivas' in England, re- turned to Prance on Ihc nighi boat answer to his cuunLry's toll Lo and the [gllowinc da" was in u.'fonii. During his early ring career Car- pcnticr grcv." rapidly from a bantam- wclshi. lo a lighUvcigiit jintl haat Ihe European champions in each class as he progressed. He amassed. for- lune variously estimated- from 000 lo .Alost of (his--money- lie Invested In coal mliiea near Lens, where ho wns horn, andjho lost thing lhtlTo bj German invasion. During (ho ivar Carpeuticr was con- spicuously daring as an aviator. He AUTO OWNERS Wo marke Storm Curtalna rvll'j glass lights, and radiator cov- ers. Everylhlna for the Auto Topi .THE LETH- BRIDGE AUTO TOP DEPOT Ctb Street- Neit lo UeraW OKIca G. T. BLUNT, PROP. [o be arranged with thc Hochcy As X-W, Service Station Serrjre Elation for the faraoua K-AV Magnclos. All niagnctos, generators, colls ro- Full slock of repair psrla car- rlcO. All trork RUiranlecd. MAGNETS RECHARGED Hie Roy Electric Co. 518 4lh Avenue South PHONE 735 Electric Welding CAR REPAIRING Lawford Welding Co. 2nd Avt., Opp. l.elhbrldge Holer Pho'..e 1544 day, Friday and Salurday. (All suh- at tTic stock Judging rings lo seal GOO fans al the hochcy matches. good seating arrangements provided (or tho loaeno opener on Thursday JAY GOULD WINS night when the Jlountlca clash NATIONAL TITLE Coalhurel In the opener, Ihcro Bhoulil I'HIMDELPHM, I'a., Doc. IJG a monalcr crowd on hand. Gould, former iTorld'fi court tennis champion, won Ihc open llllc here lo- THORPE TO QUIT FOOTBALL This ivlH he the last year Jim Thorpo will play football. While he lias been out of ihc for many seasons, thc grcal1'; day dcf mling Waller Kin sell, the profcsalnnal champion, In the 'final tcrics of matches Carlisle star has been engaged 'uc' professional football game In Ohio furl ff ff. a sfaaou. Jiut Thorpe has am-' hltlona along n baseball line and runs definitely ilcrldcil to ciult Iho Erltl- rnn lor is 3S yparfl old and lias ncen In nctivo service IH alL Ouard ........Wine, Lebanon Vnlloy Cunlro...............Stein, I'iUshurg On.ird .................Iloox, ...............Fu.n' rpnrl for more Bhanon (Jlfi of tha pamca i-y ronio) TtEcra fal! provc Mm to be Stevens !ts t.vt.r Kvcry Kamc TEAM WON has probably won. more SIX-DAY HIKE RACE Kami's by Individual play any the jiccrlcss I ml] in doing Ihc Hint alaniir-d lilni as tht; grcntnst of Hioin all