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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX JHB PAWT THURSDAY. DECEMBER 16, 1920 BRINGING UP FATHER r-vf. By G. McManus OH! -fei- A -bUlT LIKE NOW ILL. HOME AM BACK TO UP TO THE A1M MKX BE. ALL FOR FOOT BUT NOT I ON -WHY YOU COULD FALL AND Your Order For will be delivered within 24 HOURS The Herald Job Printing Dept. Lethbridge Will Have Good Basketball Teams For Both District Leagues; Work Hard and Seconds Filled With Best in Work Shows Boys Are In Good Shape and Eager to Go Is Again Leading Hoopers. best seconds any town can produce; OS the southern Albertn Basketball fans ID Lethbridge need three months at least, they wil cot fear for this j car's district team to take the floor against ,A first class aggregation is oemg put rlnto, shape and tab members of both .she first and second teams are work-' Ing hard for the commencement of tho Stead Is again'leading tho Ijoopers to nivo his men right In the frout ranks again, this r 'season. Percy Irwln Is back in tho game aud Is practicing juEt as hard as ho can.' three Workouts; each week on.-in preparation for-.tlie Opsn? jug of the southern league Frank Carpentier Won't Take Any Chances 7-QM5OX, Car- i jus "i me buuiuuru league r nenlier. champion heavyweight pugil Stead tha lineuo and George Of Europe, who left for Paris to- Young Is back again Chauncev Snow da> after a visit to London to wit By W. A. DEEP STUFF We marrel at the Whichness of the What, Then realize tho Whyness of the That, Converging on the Outness of the In. Has vanished mbcgingly and left "us flat. We ponder on tha Tuuenese of the When, We grope to solre the No-neBg of the Why, And theu the complex Upnesa'Ot the So Deserts .us utterly and passes byl Oh, for full comprehension of the If! i Asks For Telegraphic Report, on I is Refused BRANDOS, Dec..r4. (Canadian No action'' Tf HI be taken on a request In' a letter frbai H. J. Sterling, president of the Cana- Amateur Hockey association, dian OLD COUNTRY FOOTBALL v League Standings up to Saturday, De- cember 11, Inclusive. .ENGLISH LEAGUE Division P. W. D. 'l-r.-A.-Pt IS 11 4 3 34 16 26 18 if .3 4 35 17 25 U. Bcltoa Wand. Manchester C. Evert oh Mlddlesborb Aston Villa 19 9 Liverpool i' .18 8 19 9.6 4.36 21 24 6 29 24 23 5 30 26 23 5 28 24'22 6 32 28 22 5 31 18 21 18 10 8' .18-9 Tottenham H. 18 9 36 45 27 Zl Arsenal 18 7 7 4 26 21 21 Manchester U... 18 "5 29 25 20 W. Bromwleh A. 17 7 4 22 24 19 _____ Oh, for an.understanding of the Tel: 'asking Mr.'.McDiannld, president -of, But. In tbo dimness of tha closded Manitoba Amateur Hockey associ- We etumble on the and we for- get! Famous Twini: Alias and Alibi. Too Speedy It wouldn c seem possible that any athlete too fast to'play laee- and Frank Cope are two other mem- nesa the bout between Frank Moran' vel !t has bers with Harry .Hudson BS well 'Of pjttsburg, and Joe Beckett, the Eng I !ahan, for Instance When they put Cal Tho (eigue for Bonthern Alberta js llsh heavyweight, on Friday last, dc I for Instance When the put Cal not organized yet but be before clared flatly that he would not lightlon the Inll8ld no started so quicWy and moved so rapidly, Taber Is tho backward centre any one, prior lo his matob with Jack a Blackburn R. 18 6 Suoderiana 18 B ....'18 6 J'restpn: Nor. E. 18 6 ation, to vote from.'. Hudderefield- T. 18 .v. City.. 17 the C. A, as to whether they are satisfied to haH migratory players take part in the Manitoba league, even though they may comply with the re- sidence clause. 1 Today'- President'- McDIannii stated that it was hot within his.province to get a telegraph Tote; from the C. A. H A. on the question and as the Manitoba Amateur Hockey assocla tlon had already satisfied Itself on the question, he conld not meet the 6 6 25 20 18 6 7 23 28 16 7 20 30 16 9 28 9 16 23 15 8 24-24 14 Sheffield U.....20 3 S 12 16.41.11 Oldham Ath Bradford Derby County Brio 13 2 6 10 21 52 10 22 JO 9 11 25 9 .18 3 3 12 18 1 7 ruidJivv vruu W LM IXIO ULHCI UU3 UBdL illtu niviaii anvi i.usb no received However it Is expected that Dgnt Tommy Barns, tie former cham- J'ar-wlUa the GiantB, he went from he playe will put m at least one team pion lDaBe ba80 couldn't stop, j taken by Raymond aad Cardston are ready lo Discussing the arrangements with vy beyond .each sack, and ance lie request of President'Sterling In letter, President sterling Manitoba haa already passed o: 10 nd Division P W D L. Cardiff CKj 18 10 6 2 19-10 6 3 2 6 18 10 3 6 19-8 6 5 18 8 5 D Birmingham 'Shields Clapton'Orient West Ham U yers, but la view ot the sta on nd'! the arrangements with wy beyond .each sack, and two teams and-so is Carpenller said it dli not oaUbefore heeoaW retorn Hat 1 imake the slightest difference to him can be too good Team 1 where ho thed for The second team is BO tar compos-1 "4n? P'acBj in Eoide''splendid material and ne declarejy __________ Again tho two championships in Uie' t are looked for Tho second NEW PRESIDENT OF THE C in refer Cltj Leeds United 13 8 5 6 18 6 7-5 the world teini Is of as'gtiai calibre as Loth bridge cou'd hope for and barring jCidents there is no reasqn .why the seconds cannot bring back the bacon MONTREAL JOCKEY CLUB Dec. continuing In office as Those working out for this president of thp Montreal Jockey club, team aro Art Green, Wade P-ldpath, since its inception during the summer Cordle Morrison Willis Fawns, Bill of 1905, Sir H Montague Allen yes Nelson and others Umpire Charlay Moran and Tris Speaker played on the same club in o( these bojs have become fa-lK ROES was unanimously elected inlllar fails this season ff bis successor through the clt> league Thoy ajl prored themEelTes cla's- and MOTOR BOAT RACE as Ihev have been kept in Sbysical_condition for tho past 'Vfb or terday reigned and Commander J Telaa lourtoen years PTING BAND TONIGHT AT RINK l 25c and 3Sc 8 10.30 pm. Phone 1349 WatcH this space fbr rink news DATES ARE FIXED i NEW 7ORK, Dec, Canad- ian motor are to be held nt September 5, 6 and 7, ac cording to the announcement of 1921 what strangely different paths their hoofs have wandered! No, no. Bono, the pitcher of the Washington club. Is not a nephew of that tierllng old hero; Pro Bono Publlco. Baseball rote, Feb. 27, "Ted Hcurdan will make the training trip racing jiates issued today--by ;tbe Am with White Sox and la confidant land the first, bate at-' e'ricanTower Boat association. CANADIAN MAT SHARK WOULD .TRY TED BROWN (Great Falls reply tq tbe challenge issued by that he will slgnmcnt." New York woman fled from a hos- pital clart In her night-robe. 1 No-body paM any attentloa, to ;her taking-it Ted Drbwn, WhHcEsh wrestler, has for'granted barefoot dancer been made by J. F. Ellison of Cards- looking for nubficlty tbe middle- ton, Alia., who claims weight wrestling title of Casada. Elli- son offers to meet, the Whltefls'b man In Great Falls or any other place In the slate for a share .'of the 'gale re- ceipts or a Bide beL __ ji THIS GOVERNING THE COMPEV TITION ARE AS FORM The compel! tlon T, ill be called Thci HeralsJ Football PLAYED 1ST H Compctilora will he criutied to tnuiea tus they rjwlr'o, pl-ovided entry Is accompanied by CLOSE DEC. 17 MIDNIGHT ctnls, arid to Iho o( cntrLcj. 8 Competitors mubt cross out lho: the clubs they think" w.H and cross out the names oC DIVISION' -Blickburn R. vs Bradford City vs Arsenal they consider it draw will vs Preston Coupons can only be secured, from1 'he Spieling ['age of Tho It era va Bradford Al1 inunlcs received will tie DIVISION jn prizes. Tlie amount and nurnben) of will tc pubilshftd -Monday mornfng for that wceK'a -'nuts. .Keeulta of competitions va Leeds U. Blackpool V3 Notta C. Carrflff C, va Bury every Wednesday anj to compElltors will tit- msllfld tmmetllattly on receipt ol rrriflrrnaUoT) by thp- Athletic Orient va Port vale THIRD DIVISION Brentford vs must he or vs Watford to The boforo mid-'nl-rht on Fridays. A Friday post-TTi'jirJt from -polnis ouuldp of the va Plymouth Portsmouth vs Swindon SCOTTISH LEAGUE n vs Molherwed The name and address tho Competitor muil be clearly mp.rkcd on Vaibti. R. va Clyde Ayr United vs Rangers t. Btnmps must not be us Alrdrls fof entries entries 'must tc to Ih6 Efl'.tor, LrcthbrttJKt. r 30. Ths-. Sporting EdTtor's enter Iho Herald Football Com petition In accordnnco wltb the rules and conditions nnnouncei above, and agrco to accept the pub Employes of The decision (is final and logallv from tbe "signed v Prlcet an down. creeping downward from the top of a tnlrty-storey building. Sc-metlmst tMnjs flo by contraries. tlrct.wlth whisky isn't looking for blow-outs. ance to other he feels that Volt, he would not be loyal i to his trust without asking the C A. H A if It is satisfied with way Manitoba haa dealt with the dlfficUtlet 6 17 7 18 6 0 6 F. A. PL 29 13 26 2? 12 26 41 20 24 30 20 23 2.6 20 22 22 16 21 21 12 21 23 23-19 -1.9 20 20 IS '23 21 18 WSLLARD IS QUARANTINED; CHILDREN HAVE DIPHTHERIA LAWRHSCB, WiUard's tramuig to meet the winner of the DempseyBrennan boat may be inter- rooted, by a quarantine placed on his home west of here The former heavyweight champion's three children contracted diphtheria and the attending 'pkysician quaran lined the house will stand until the patients hate recover- ed. Leicester City Barnsley 18 7 7 25 25 18 18'7 4 7 26 18 18 7 3' 8'24J9_17 18 6 6 7192117 17 4-8 6 20 18 15 fWO' SENIOR TEA'HS IN o. H. A'eb. nl Vfclorla. Feb. at Vancouver.: Feb. at Seatlle. Feb. at Victoria. Feb. at Vancouver. Mar. at ,Mar. Mar. (it Saiiiio ,-Mar. Kwr. Victoria, Gllllngham .17 3 t, 22 28 15 15 25 15 18 25 U 16 28 13 14 34 11 19 44 i F A Pt, SI 13 25 32 16 24 30 16 24 -23 17 23 26 17 22 36 21 21 30 18 20' 29 32 20 22 31 19! 18 IS 20 27 18 l 23 33 18' 19.14 17 24 31 17 20 28 16 15 31 15 IE 29 15 15 23 15 17 16 14 21 23 14 15' 32 12 A FAMILY TURKEY DINNER i i Will be served from 5.30 to 8 jg.m, ON SUNDAY NEXT. DEC. WTH PLENTY OF CHOICE YOUNQ FRESH KILLED TURKEY AND ER GOOD THINGS OTHER GOOD THINGS Our kitchen U handled by C, L. LAPPERRUQUE late of Hudson's Bay Co Restaurant, Calgary; Hotel La Salic, Chicago; Hotel Pliza, New York City, with the able assistance of SOB MEY- ERS, are preparing appetizing viands and pattry served by our efficlcnt'tilhlnB'room staff. TH SILVER GRILL LETHBRtDOE'S UP-TO-DATE, RESTAURANT MONS. C, U. LAPPERRUQUE and CHAS, E. MOORE, Proprietors. SCOTTISH P. Hangers 21 Celtic 21 Partlqk .Thistle. 21 Motherwell 21 Alrdrieoslanft 21 Dundee 21 Morton 22 Hearts 22 Third Lanark 21 Aberdeen 22' Clyde 20 LEAGUE W. D. L. F. A. PL 20 1 0.56 14 16 2 3 45 16 34 5 33.23 27; 6 43 28'25 6 41 30 25 6 30 25 25, Rafth Hovers Hamilton Ac. Queens Park Kilmamock Ayr United 22 22 22 22 1 12 28 32 19 7 9 21 29 19 0 S'25 46 19 C 10 31 42 18 8 9 22 34 18 Clydcbank 21 4 3 8 25 33 17 Falklrk 22 6 7 10 31 40 17 Albion Rovers .23 5 6.12 29 40 16 St. Mirren 21 6 2 13 31 47 14 Dumbarton 22 '2 3 17-18 Bp 10 3 9 Hibernians: 22 8 4 10 28 35 20 5 G 5 8 6 43 27 24, 8 6 33 29 24 8 42 32 23 8 25 24 22 9 27 28 20 CARS OF ALt. MAKES OVER. HAULED AND REPAIRED BY J. E. PALMER 322 6TH.8T. 8. Five years' wltfi aeroplane tnolno, Phone 1032. WORK GUARANTEED We Are Experts In Repairing and Retreading Tires Now Tires and Tuhoa Sold. Bargains In Second Hand.Tires LETHBRIDGE VULCANIZING WOnKS 712 3rd Avenue South E, t A I 410 FJF.TM F U R R I E R s> ;es- at Reduced Prices Show your' Judgment by choosing useful that pleue and appeal to low priced, :_ OUR CHRISTMAS NECKWEAR Comprises tho' largest slock o! Its fclm! in the city, and is a -wonderful wealth of selection of'all styles and patterns. Silks of Iho highest finality predom- inate; A tasteful gift. FINE SILK SCARFS Our Christmas stock of Scarfs excel anything seen in Iho city. Moat select patterns and of Ir- iiuallty. Tho pre- ferences yon have in rainil easily anticipated with tho am- ple choice we give yon in styles, patterns and fabrics, GLOVES Olores aro a pleasing and use- HOSIERY fill gift and are always desired. Socks aro ,i, Onr stock of Dent's and -Per- whAherh, rln'a gloves have that dress or M I f tlnctlon which Is Iho final lotich to ,ucli a T lo a well lurnod-out appearance. letna nnrt LOUIS KEEL SHOP OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES THEI FLORSHEIM SHOE OLIVER BLOCK, FIFTH STREET ;