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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX 1-: 'IATT.Y WEDNESDAY, UEClvMHKK 10, 1U19 I UP FATHER" By G. MeManiis OPEN ZE Z.E DI S D Z.E CACHNET Ooop AND COUNT FIVE- XOL) 2-E. CEXTLEMAN ZLE CABINET-NOW WATCH MC LObELV THE PUCK In Southern Alberta Hockty Circlet L D. S. BASKETO IWUde-Sharkey Fight by Rounte TAKING 60.000 PHOTOGRAPHS A SECOND IS NOW POSSIBLE 1'AHIS. z' 50.000 photographs por second la claimed to bavo beon nade (Hisslbln by ID real Ion which was before Lno Academy of Sciences yes lerdar. j Two thousand photographs Bocond Is tco present Franco, mini- mum. Tho Phris-Miiir, In mating Ihta au- nuunccmenL, doc a not eLre dttails, but eayi tnit Ihe prlaclpla items, Lu bo the as thai which Is em- j'loyej In registering blood clrculs- llon At a Churdon, 0., church plclurei are stiowu at Sunday eren- log Berrlces. Tho attendance IE ID- creasing. SPENCE BROS. TAXI and Country Trips H.rttd PhcMi Everything Set For First Clash of City League Between Coal- hurst and Mounlies---Brig.-Gen. Stewart Face Off the Starts Eight for the Fans Will be'Provided. Everything is sftt, the Ice Iff A1, and nothing more could be ashed except that the weather would moderate a littls for trie first flames ol ths cily hockey lea- gue schedule tomorrow, Thunday evenmo at the (Joalhurst and the Mo are -drswn to stags the opener and rhsVe glad the heart ol the' fans, The bell be In the efficient of Archie Mc- C'irv'z whlfe eilhsr Stan, Mc- Arthur cr Rol, Crawford wilT act at p.ay. There .will be usual doings to off the with.all the ccrerrony dui the ocesslon.gGov- ernor Stewan of Uie AJK.A.A. will face the puck eharp, at, ergTit o'clock. Prendent JacksDn oj'thc L.A.A.A. would have helped of- ficiate on the grand but is out of t-Dvrn. but the genial General will undertake to do'all the honors himself and those who have Men him perform on the Jacrente field know that he can. do honor to sport. There wai a little hitch about the first game, Coalhurit wai jiot anxiout to make the trip, wiih- .ing to have, The game postponed to the fact that their rink HAS only been Tmlthed and only one practice -held. However the Mountles, which they tried out on their own rink have not played the boards at all thlt win- ter, and beiides two of their re- gulan are lick- so that about n 50-50 split as to which team has :hzd the hardest luck.'Preilrfent Dinning put his Toot down on the postponement proposition, holding that had had'plenty of riotlca of the ichedule, and to f I art I postponing now would give the league a black eye with the fani. So Coal hunt will be here and the Mountlei will be on deck' with all available men. A couple of ambulances will be drafted white all the flrtt kid [_. girls in the city havo been called j up. I The game -itarti it .eight I -o'clock .sharp.: There will, .It -understood, be bleacher ieaU for 'eeveral'.hundred." So turn out by the tco re and "put the league away to a gaod tUrt. Everything'lt wt for the occasion. The Herald would like to hear from the secretaret of ithe dis- trict leagire clubt as toon as pos- ai tolhelr probable llne-upa and other dope about their teams for which the fans are waiting. Whn arc the where do they come from, where did they play before, and what position do they play. Anything that will in- terest the genus hockey bug will do a lot to boost the game along and put It on Its feet In Southern Alberta this Next to the games themselves good live dope about tile different teams pteascs the fins mott. Taber hoc key Ills are planning In giving the season its official kick-off on December'17 with a game and dance, and have asVed President Dinning of the.District League line up a team for them here which will make the trip. The Veterans have been asKed to provide opponents for the Chefs for the occasion. Retain Pennant Posilion By De- feating Wesley in liest v Game of Series French SoJdiervBoxei; Prefers tp'Bp.v Defnpsey in Paris Ift good rayTa wont the diy you leave off strong tongue billing tobaccos and "IOYAL AnUd yet full-hodltd that burns to the erf the' bowl without or Tt will blow the wkLrtta wifh yoti emy ttoK. Try Next Shift. A Cfvpn la packet t PAHIS, Free. Carpenlier, woo defeated Joe Deckelt in London for Lhe haaTywelght i cKamp'onshEp o! arrived at 1 the Gare dp-Nurd Lonlfht.' He receiv- ed an enlbusiaillc Trelco'ma rrom "'DO persons, -Vho had gathered to TBet. -him. Caryentler bole o the-ihouidera crowd and car- led aloog in a triumphant procession, hare. Eftjned nothing, I am waft- for oJfers. I want a'.-Uttle time Lo Lhlnk It over." he said- ,-The--French promoter a are-pleased hat. Carpentler has not signed anj of any kJnd with' 0. 0 'ocbrans, tbe Britlih promoter. "M, Dficoln, manager ot Lne Wonderliiid sporting club zho on Salur day sent a cable lo Jack Kearns offer o dppoilt wliAlerer amounl Jack Dempjcy would aak for s 20 round Irlit wilh CarpmLler On July 14, In- formed Ihe AiftoclaU Press that he will deposit one million francs with :hg Equitable Trast company ai Paris tomorrow to guarantee Dempsey'g end, although the American champion has not yet replied to his message, allnp hlH terms, t OarpentEer eald he preferred le Dempaey in" ftance. 'T'am glad Dempsfly nsl ii CvEi- Ing lo, ha aald. groat show surely can be Btaged hers." vnat he thought of his chances with Dennpsey, Carpander re- plied "1 M. Dempacy .la a preal lighter." Macleod hai town teams and will pby a city icriei this winter, It is understood. From the two teami, representing I he Mounties and one the cily, thfr trlcl leacj'je If am will be .picked. Many of the Mountics now loned there Quebec and the mar'tlme provinces and know hockey, from the ground up 10 that- the aggregation will bear washing." The ii.D.n. last nlghi Oofendett-thelr position School Bnsk' Quite a-Bumber o( the Old OonnlFy- tho EnEllshmRrt another io thfl, ring fans havo been asking the dc-Uania Epot. Wilde i-ras driven Into ni Iho fight by [corner and fought bul f rounds aa U happened Rt last SQlunJay night.. Round One Sharkey stortA wltL a rush, land- fag right and left to the Welshmen's leaders of the Sunday :etball league by It was by far the bEJt game of (he season, each team pla'ying gowl com- blculiou and che'cking hard, especial- ly Wesley li ilio second, half, when they forged ahead lor nearly leu miu- iiics, oaiy to be nosed ou( at (he fin- tsh by ihc horseshoe shooting of young.Owen Holman. The L.D.S. had things pretty much their OTVII way in Ltie flrat half, Lhe score beinir'16 to C. In Lho second missed leh to head Sharkey danced away from Ihe j Welshmen. They exchanged, straight' lefts. Wilde put a left and right lo head and SharXoy retal- iated wilh two punches (o the body. :ey drove the Englishman into a rujuis Sharkey had the better of the ex- change. Sharkey'a rnupj, x- Rojund Five They to the licad and Exchanged punches to the body in a clinch. landed twice on Shp.r. kcv's jaw, foreleg him Lo Lhe ropes'. landed with light led. Shar. hey relaliRMng wllh a JoJt to the ing lht> fast. Wesley QUinlet bv Ihe score of 2G to 20." Tho ended; with the men fighting In Ihe middle ol the ring. The round wu Round Two -Wilde got Srmrkcy In his own cor- willi JefL Sbarkcy nujaed n left hook autl jSwung twico" to the body. Sbarkey landed right and left to Ihe English- man's heart. The boys exchanged punches, in Lhe cenlre of Llio ring. three leCts (o the head, Sfcarkey backed laudtng rights and Lo tho ropes. lefts, inissfirt Lwo ln.fi jabs and the Urllon closed In with two lefts (o Luc head. Hound even. Round Six Sharkey hooked' left to the bead three Limes. Wilde' retaliated with thrta straight lefts 'to head. missed- arleaO nhd was caught with tivo rigbls and left to the jaw. They poundfid away at' each other'E body. planted nj solid right to Shar- hcy's jaw'. backrd the New Yorker j lo tho ropes. Shnrkey deliberately OTT AUTO UVERY Special cr Trfpi 787 THE 6NLY RADIATOR SHOP IN SOUTHERN AlBEXTA, THAT MAKES A SPECIALTY OF RADIATORS ONLY. Wo deTote our. vhojft tlmo. to. radiator problems. ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 Ftfth fti ft. dropped Ins guard whale at his "and let Wilde He Llien Tlft crew, by great yoiuta ivhile Lhe L.D.5. made -I. In fire minuics of play the Saints pulled the game out of the fire by ring'n'g up sis counters in quici succession. >v The bDJC score and league stand- ins: L. D. S, 'There.it a rot of vague lalk drifting dpw.n from Pincher Creek Indicates that Plrieher will have a team which will bear watching They have design the mug. Peterson, rielil forward Ursenhach, guard Kearney; guard....... Wesley forward Kemm', left forward Gillespie, guard....... MBITS, guard Tolal rhc orkcr Wilde to the ropes with a shower of punches. It was Sharkey's round. Round -Thrte Sharkey" hooktd n. left to Wilde's the Englishman landing right and Icfl lo head. Wlldd missed a IcfL Jcad to the .head and Sharkey jarred htm with a right to ibe jaw. Sbarkey staggered Wilde with a left hook to Luc chin anil forced Lini into the corner, pounding away with rights and Sharkey was straightened up wtth 'straight They exchanged punches In Ihe centre, ot the ring aa the- bell .Two or.three offers of cups for ;.the various leagues have btcnDe- ceived and will be'considered Dy the .teague_ officials. It would be nice to get a league going this winter and a plan under'way for a cup which -'would amount to jpmelMng permanent In a hTJtkey way In-Sbuihern 'Alberta.: Sorne announcement to cups for the district" and city leagues may.be expected Every fan in the city going to be. out.for the opener oT the city league on Thursday night.of court-, no; matter whether It Is below ezro. jazt -this ,league along and p'ut Lethhridge on the -hockey map. Ol course, if the .weatherman will Jay off the zero.stuff for a day or two it will be greatly ap- preciated all President looking after two leagues, if about as buiy a msn as there is In town. No bet- ter man could found, It inUreit fans .to knew that hi was one of the gu'dEng spirits In charge of the Melville, Sask. team when it did things to Allen Cup. He knows hockey .and the fans may be lurs that he will ciVe them the best hockey the cily district can product Ihli winter. 0 0 20 LEAGUE STANDING Won.Lost. D. .4 0 nKcd C 1. nox........ :l 1 2 "nglisn .y..fl 1 Nexl week Knoi and Wesley, play o sclllo Uio diBpute-pTDr Lbjs 'HiJrtl OEiLlon, ipr -which Jifcicy are Loin Ue: INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE, INCLUDING EIGHT-TEAMS TO OPEN SEASON APRIL 2 NEW YORK, Dec. the annua meeting of tho International Basebal league'here-loday, iho club owners agreed on a playing schedule N6f 15 games." 1920 will open Aprll.-Z, cicae.Mon iyr Sept. 20.' The eight Club clrcul 111 be made up "as follows: Toronto. P-Dchcuirsf, Syra Jersey C'Jty, Heading and Akron, Ohio. NEW YORK FEATHER WIN3 Sum men, a New York featherweight, cnn ceding 10 pounds in weight, scored decision otyr Joe Burns, the loca fighter, In. tho tout hero las nJgbf. Summer.? had Ihe edge In FCTC of IZie ten rounds, Lhe fir at and clghl gofng lo Hums, wtiifo the fourth wa eTBfl. Summers showed emarler forj L03 Dec. hiivc work by making" Ilurnn hror. foun gg to land telling effect in the majority of th rounds. hud numerous offers of salt! L ground almost conllnuonaly Jack Kcamfi; manager for Jaolc Dump- openlnf soy, here today. "I hare Just re- ceived a cablegram from- Dccoln, o: Paris, asking for a fifth! Lhero In Lho Porahlrrg SUdlunn next June or July, "I have not answered any of Lheae will not be sounded. Sharkcy's round, Round Four Wide put three llglit Wows to the Wilde's mid-section. Wilde missed left apd. Sharkey caught him square-j [y on the Jaw as, he came in. Sbarkey countered with a rigbt swirjff lo tlte Nhead. Sbarkey shook j EdmonlorL on 22nd for Welterweight Title of Canada CALGARY, Dec.! Uar- rleau, Canadian welterweight, chnra- ilon, ..will rtclend bla liile agal larty rGilTnm. of Portland, Ore., In 15-round Jiout at'Edmcnlon on M on- day evening, Dec. 22., Thfe bout Is tie ng promoted by Louis Sealer'and will he held at the Empire Gillatn h a will) n (ood reputation on Ihe i'aciflc s claated wilh Barriemi. hefprc In a draw. Gil lam 'has 'agreed ner driving several jolting punches to tlie jaw. .Shnrkey- hooded a left to IViJde's liead, os Iho round ended.' 'lltlfi'a rouiid. Round Seven Shurkcy iwo light lefts to the head, and left Lo Lhe body landed a right to the put. two righls fp.the boiy. Shnrk'ey mlsseil u'lefL hoot Wilde landed right and. left to tho heaji. Wilde puL three- light lefts to the head, Sharkey missing a lefl hook. -The New York- er rushed Wilde lo tne ropca yrith rights and'leftg to the head. Sharkcy had u. elight shade. Round Eight .Wilde put n right to ihe chin, Shar- key following up wilh richt and left lo the head. They landed batl? punches oc the roues. two straight lefts lo the-hend. PROPOSED CHANGES IN BOXING.RULES- Meeting j in London Conilders Adoption of Nrw Set ot, Ring NEW YORK, was a eeliiiB m London, according to pri- vate received -horc of the le.icllng representatives ot United States and European boxing make 134 pounds, while Barrleaii L weigh 143 pounds. CURLING to consider a new set ol ring regula- tions to superceile Ihe .Marquis of QuecnSbury rules, for Uecaien hare governed boufg In all parts of the world. Tho meetirjs was attend- ed by Paul llousseflu, president of the French ol A. V. Bcttinson, ot Lho NMIonal Spoil- Eugane Corri, tho fanioug re- feree, Victor" nreyer, the French pro- moter, and othor prominent -boxing aulli'prilies. 9 At' tho 'meeting, rj rcprescntallvc of Iha army, nary and civilian hoard of boxing control of-America and iho International Sporting club pf New York Eiihmitled n draft of a code Lo aa. Ihe InlernallonHl ilox- ing Rules. Private -odTlccs Indicate ncjv regulations round faror and p'rohably will be mlbpled -after sonic minor alterations as (lie rules of (he InlornaLional Dozing Federa- tion lor the cohlrol of ring conlcsts throughoul the world. I Lo Lhe stomach. Sharkey landed, a [right lo Ihe chin. Sharkey whaled away wilh both hands, 'forcing Wlldo lo ureak ground! had a shade. Round Nine nl right and-lelt to (tlie hody. Sharkey mlsseil a left swing lo tho jaw and pounded the nritlahcr io tho kidneys ns'thc Hrllon closed in. Wil'dc ducked a left was cauglit .on the Jaw -with the punch. f W-llrte put two light to Ihe head.. Sharkey landed two left Hooka to the Welshman's rihs. They exchanged righla lo tho JOTV. Sbarkey planted another left- Stomach. Sharkey B. right and lelt to RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS Get your Next RotrAad Done By SECTIONAL AND BROKF.N BEADS OUR W6 ipeclallils in Tolcu- leinj Waders. UUpkUtt 712 PHONE ,J Wilde's jaw na the .bell'rang. Shar- kcy'a round. Round Ten' They shoflk bonds. Sharkey landed right'ami Icfl 'to Ihc Jaw. Sharkey cracked hltn in Ihe rtbs with a right hander and Ihc Union put two light lefls and rt right lo the head. Sharkey tl a lefl to Lho jaw and repeated, exchanged righls to Lhe Jaw In the centre or the ring. Sharkey drorc Ihc Urlton Inlo Bis own., corner with righls nnil lefts lo-lhp Jaw. The Brillshcr fought hack furiously, but his blows lacked filcam. Sharkcy caught him on Ihc chin' with a, Ipfl hook sending him lo Iho ropes. The UrlLon was Lacked up lo Ihc rojica; trying lo ward off punches as Hie iiml cnriiifl. Sharkey's round AUTOOW.NERS; f mnrke'Stonn vUlr and nclU'tor .cdv- foj1. the-.Auto' tHE LETH- BRIDOE AUTO TOP DEPOT Slh.SUeel Next to Herald G. T. BLUNT, PBOP. K-W, Service Station Serrlca Stallon (or tho famous K-Wl All rnafcoa of colls rc- piured. Pull Block of repair parla car rled. .All work guaranteed. MAGNETS RECHARGCD The Roy Electric Co. Oil.4th Soutli fHONE 731 In .Ihe Brewery competition and'sev- eral good gamca resulted. 'The green men arc beginning lo get the awing and keen throughout compellllon will' result schdclule. flic fire MclHTVRE OOT DECISION HALIFAX, N.H., Dec. McJnlyrc, of Glace in any hurry. We will want moro'woii tho decision oyer Hobby money for a (Jght abroad than we woliId for one in (hfa country and.I Am walling to see what the bcsl re- ported offer (3 hefoTo I make any an. rangeracnta with foreign New York, In a 16-rountl bout last McJnLyra shov.-cd aupenon'.y all Ihc way, ability to lake punlatmenl.aaviQr hia from a knuck- out. gist ot Hie ru'ca'ag at the conference i.i aa fol- lows l The proposed weight class will In- clude Flyweight, 112 pounds; bant dm weight, US pounds; feather- wcfghl, 126 pounds; lightweight, 135 jiountlb; welterweight, 1-17 pounds; mfddle weight, ISO pounils; heavy- a good'eUrt matlcl welg'.il, 17C pounds'and'orer. Under j tlie new rulea, nil weights will be! made eight hours bcforo Llic ter tho ring. The ring will measure LwcnLy feel inside the ropes wile at Hjasl oao Inch-of sofl pffddlng around the floor and (be grfng, Bounding Ihr- hfrglnnlne nd end of, Lhe round, must bo al least, LCTI Inches In diameter, f I loves worn by Lho boxers shall weigh not j Ies3 (ban HJX OUDCGH each, and. no I hoxcr Eliall be pcrnillted to hantl bondages more than slz feet Ion? or i rrtorc ihAn on'o and one hill Indies wide, .and Liio material must bn df soil ..aiibalancc. Nn RhoA phall be worn which havo hard aoleit or heels, cicala or spikes. URGES FHANtE TO REOPEN TRADE WITH GERMANY I'AIllS, Dec. of n fund of five or Mi hlllion (rones by UxcsMs qdvonLcil aa tho'only rcm-' udy by llaoul Perot, former prtfalclonl of (he budget commission of tho cham- btr of dopullBg, M, urged the opening of commercial relations with sheets arc now playable and every- thing was filled last night. The fcr loAight (Wednesday) arc: Scott SSeJIh dark. Johnson v-i. Crawford. Davidson va. Duff. llamlllon vs. Marra, Yor Thursday: J. K, LiTfe v.i. W. J. Nelson. Nf. I'cal Hugh lloyd. Fox vs. Shepherd, SKnpson vs. Daird. One -hcot for For FtMay: L. Mch'cnzlc I'arka. McNabh vs. JuJji.aun. Carborry VB, Kirkbam vs. Davidson, Crawford vs. 'Marnoch, Mri. Whltakor, 7fl, Ooahcn, h Tcmarried to W. Ward, H, from ahc was dirwd ?A rtirz n For (he inside worker, Come in the afternoon and try ft. Dominion Bowline Alleys Biitment, Dominion Bldj. Electric Welding CAR REPAIRING LaUord Welding Co. 2nd Ave., Ltlhbrldge Holel fhore 1544 We Have Initilltd a Full Eqvlp- metrt AUTOMOBILE RHeiHTORS CM innate all cira. Exptrt Air Work. FREEL ELL10H Mit.t Mitil St. South 1713 Vimy Auto Repair Shop ADAMS BLOCK r 13th STREfT NORTH General Repwri iv Afl Cart By Experienced j FORD SERVICE ALL WORK IS GUARANTEED G. F. WILSON W. TULLOCH ;