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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta OiHers ^st Away Qyistihas jhy 7ityVesident ys= Vice-Presiileiil POT SHOT* * ..t �,. � . of Besom and Stane Ju|^ilant7-Draw For Christ- , ^ mas Play :\ :.----------- ���� .' � .. It's alright. There is no need to'; ir'j:i> iriay piay. , ixig curie/, bring him along for a ^'one ^ct .ill be_open throughout .uestl�>s concerning hockey We would suggest that Judge Jack- fr "nii'�haVe"a"via'ir- InvltM to slt on a board of In- If ,ou hate a risit- ^^^^ Calgary in the near fu- ture and that he ask the Big Four Captain KIdd. Taxi-drivers. Blackboard. Hat-oheckera. Jean LeMtte. The Pittabura ball club. Sir Henry Morgan. Fight Promoters. What men talk about: BasebaU. golf and cellars. What women talk about: maids and operations: Thinks He Calk Lick Demps^jr For a Championship "Cotinebiick qotbas, i the day "for scratch games. If possible the system of handi-cur-plug w.U be given a preliminary ; try out. � rho draws are at 10 a.m., 1 p.m. ar,i 3 p.m. The lino up of rinks are u. -ollov/s : ' .10 O'clock .'resident Vice-president ; � F. Simpca." vs. .J. Shepherd. . W. Clar":t'vH. .). S. Ivirkham. . McKa'bb vs.' .las. Aird. . T. Mucieud vs. Jno. Mamoch 1 P.M. .T. A. Rieri vs. C. E. Carberry. W. L. MfcKenzie vs. W. J. Nelson H. Boyd vs. V/. Scott. It. R. Davidson vs. R. J. Dinning. 3 P.M. Dr. Leech vs. Dr. Stewart. . r>r. Fox V8. J: F. Livie. B. Peat, vs. W. Crawford Ijr. Marrs va. J. F. Hamilton. There will be ice for soratoh games ' on Wedaesday evening. Ct>miicitit:oiis will be announced for. play between Xmas and'New Year's,! at once. If this were done, there wouldn't lie a handful ot amateur hockey players in Canadian senior ranks, providing the evidence was taken under oath. The leapt the Alberta branch of the A. A. 0, of C. can do now Is to grant eardk to playera in the Big Four. The hockey patrons of Alberta know ; that the Big Fbur haaat beisn given la square deal. EilllliSAND  mmMM WIN OPENER, 2-0 VANCOUVER. Deo. 20.-Almost 8,000 persons constituting a record : crowd for au opening fixture, saw the start'of the Paciiic coast hockey as-BOCiatiou's seaspn here tonight when VBhCPUVer defeated Seattle 2 to 0. -y^r an bt)ening game ploy was parti-C,lUarly fast,. Seattle displaying excellent tjpmbination, but was beaten in tlte third period when Seattle's de-ftmse weakened for a moment. CHICAGO, Dec. 21.-Work In connection with th6 prosecution of -White Sox pjnyers under indictment for alleged throwing of games and In attempting to send to jail the- gamblers whu aro said to have corrupted Com-Iskey's men In the 1919 world's series, wiU give Ban Johnson, president of the American League one of the busiest winters he has ever had in baseball, he said today on his return from Now York. It has been, rumored that. President Comlskey may endeavor to stop the American League in its effort to press the gambling cases in order to have rho charge of prosecution himself. President Comlskey has placed the matter In the hands ot his attorneys and has set aside 110,000 to be used in unearthing the 1919 world's series tandal. Comlskey believes himself to be the one who suffered roost from their (ilshontsty and that he should be allowed a hand in the prosecution. Famous Poles Noi-th. South. Magnetic. Barber. Harry CovelesMe. Paderewskl. Stanley Coveleskle. . Some people are ao confldent that they would trust a pretael to give them a proper sense of dlractlon. Warm and comfertablo apartm�|itl for the winter; low rant; fIne soenary^ At Zanalbar, Paniambueeo, Moaam-blnoe f^engueia aftd Bahla. Virun�ertul homes'for naxtaummsr; coolness guaranttad. At Baffin Bay^ Upernavik, Ungava, Point Barrow antf MacKeiizle Baaln. Oh, vhat a pal Iras Vary! Thoiightful and sweet was she- If I spent half a dime of my paycheck. She nst a bust hell outa me! The things yon eonld d� for flO a few years ago-and now, nobody wOl even.bother to do you for such a small amovnt. Want to be driven alear nnttyT Then talk awhile to a ndmlsmatlst-plain English name, a cold collector. Lots of us who went to Ftmnoa will always believe we'd have come back! major generals tf it hadn't been for the guard house. Best deflnition of the National Commission: A body of good fellows whose activities were seriously interrupted July 1. 1919, and practically terminated Jan. 16, 1920. I'HERALD" Footba'l Competition! $45.00-THIS WEEK-$45.00 I'J-es governing the compe. tition are as follows: 1. The competition will Ijo cilled ho UeiiiiJ Football Compelition. 2. Competitors will be ciuit.ud to aa !uny c-niiiea as tliey dobUt', piovided ch entry is accompai.lea by twenty-e cuni.s, and coupons to the num-: ot enirius. Competitors must cross out the les of llio clubs they thinl; �.JI ' iintl cro!-s out the names of both .liey cuiiaider a draw wul result. . Ccupiiiis can only be secured Irom i> ispi HUB I'age of .The Herald. Al' monies received wlil bu re--Bt^d -n prizes. The amount and .'tubers^ of' pi*ize.s will be pubiistied 1 �ry .Miimlay lUorninB for that weeli s ,m.8 . Rfsuiti* of competitions will "published every Wednesday and �fjues U: Burcesafiil competitors will mnlifpcl immediately on receipt of rtritiintli'n by the Athletic News. , I > entries must be posted or de-? ed to The Herald before mld- on p'rldHys A Friday post-from points outside of the city fhbrldlte will be conRldered as ling a leg-ltimate entry, 'u' .name and address of the itor must be clearly marked oq ��. roupon. S Stantp!>-mii�t'not S>� used as payment for entries 9. .Ml entries must be addressed tn tl'o TM'tor. Paothall Competition. Tho Hfrhid. Lethbrldge. ;0 The Sporting Editor's decision will be final. II. Employees of The Herald are barred from the competition. Signed.......................... A4draM ENTRY FORM GAMES PLAYED DEC. 25TH ENTRIES CLOSE DEC. 24TH MIDNIGHT FIRST DIVISION Aeton Villa vs. Manchester U. Blackburn R. vs. Preston. Bolton vs. Sunderland. Bradford vs. Derby County. SECOND DIVISION Blackpool vs. Barnsley. Bury vs. South Shields. Clapton O. vs. Hull City. Coventry vs. Cardiff. THIRD DIVISION Brentford vs. dueen's Park BriBhton vs. Crystal Palace. Bristol. R. vs. Svyansea. Gilllngham vs. Northampton. SCOTTISH LEAGUE Aberdeen vs. Partlck Thistle. Alrdrleonlans vs. Morton. Clyde vs. Rangers. Clydebank vs. Hibernians. I enter the Herald Koothall Com petition in accordanro with tho' rules and condifioim announced above, and agree to uccept the piih ' lished decision as final and legally binding. The Flashlight Photo Consider we now the Flashlight Photo, taken at a banquet, and as Ip-variable as the filets mignon or the demi-tasse. Yea, verily! And even as all green peas resemble all other green pease in the same can, so do all banquet flashlights resemble other flashlights, without exception, difference or variation. The guys nearest the camera have large fares, strangely tilted, with flattened heads, due to the angle of the lens. The birds at the middle tables don't even, happen-the decorations, flags and flowers completely hide them In the scene. And the geezers at the rear tables have faces the size of a semi-colon, and showing just as much expre