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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 22, T ETTTFFTrJOETVATLY PAGF SKVEH Georges Carpentier Revival of Road Racing In Vancouver; To Send Entries; Short Notice Time; of Race is New Year's Morning Beautiful Shield Rubber Goods Company Next Race in Alberta. WRESTLING CHAMPION WON to the Herald) Of Houston last night Rentrbp won the first with a crotch hold and wrist iock but lost the biter two on arm and wrist locks. F, You're AH Wrong if You Say It's the Umpire; It's Your- self, Says the Doc some or people. It 14 a one best bet that if he ever Invaded the Polo In New York he would a strait jacket and handcuffs article In every The whole i'1' world Is suffering from a mental whatever '.that is, according to Ur. Hill. 4.1'pr. )ears. he avers, this in- sanltrhas win held In restraint by strong moral forces. Itul dutlnK tho war thli snapped, Dr. Hill and.'rjow Iho -whole gonned .world juas gone daffy, Recent afCalrs in Illinois the west hear but" hli sUtanwnts re- garding the lunacy of people gen eral, the Vho urge to IrrgsponEible .actions just _. bursts ill bounds, he saya, and breaks the world Is 'girai restraint, creatlnj abbjse and Ue people in It merely havoo VANCOUVER, Dec. ments hare'been completed for ran-1 niiiG o'clock on New Year's Day at Vancouver, the Sve mile .team road race for which the Dunlop Tiro 'and Rubber Gouds company, Lim- ited recently donated a very handsome trophy; AVhlle the trophy has been do- nated i'j'the Athletic League ot-the Y. M. C.-A.-the jxrapeUtion is open to amateur organization or to any amateur learn in Alberta or British She's a wonder for the race must ijy! That was tricky! Look She's mada .with P. S. Filmer, physical gotten the ttieYVaneouver M. C. A. in such terms, sincere enthn- oh 27th. ..When siasm in their voices, a'group of Ani- the the numbers oC. erican, women field y hockey players ti.; .--ateur of the entrants admiration of tho play tholr must be submitted for in- Of English girls at ground, Wimbledon: .Thejr were mem- Tha notifce Is short bat Inasmuch as bers of the teain.'.of ;nfieeh'Thiladel- there baa b'fon-uo road racing of any..phla womeu which lias just, come to territory concerned for this country to play matches with Brt- entrants will probably 'The French heavyweight's t-uiile due to the comparatively .jKjor showing made by Jack liempsey In his rctenl bout with Brennan. Or It may be fad that Georges became' a father this week.- The y th'e ma'guificsnt of the r condition. The com- jnlttee" hpWin'g1', the- (fophy- hare 'a'r- by ranged yittrtESryiucaiiTerT. M. C. A. Philadelphia wore 'to conduct 'the race thli-year btiflho veils, .smart -.toques'' aha long- next race according to the doedot'gltt' pointed browix BhpeaJ.vSeveral ol the luualtca, in lit) otiiniuh of Dr. Cnariea (i.-Hill, alienist In many legal cases involVjng Insanity, and bead of (ho at Mount Hope. And of all the crazy people on the thajearnod doctor avers that fan is tbe Most'.people" who fretjiient the base- ball parks-have-boeu of'the bpiniuu that the umpires aiecraty, but Dr. Hill says II" Is-the baseball fan him- celt Tjho la', actually Insane received his impres- aloD3 of baseball from Ih3 actions' of fans .in (be Oriole 111 uever saw Babe Ruth to the.plate and swat the pill'Info the grandstand for a homer with- its subsequent wild effect on J. K. L. ROM Honored Down here la Baltimore last sea- son baseball fan a 11 leral ly mobbed Umpire illktuDocUn. Pop bottles were the baseball arbiter anil everything' of a hurlahle uatuii was heaved'et policemen who to'Dbolin's aid. V. IN DETROST OTTAWA, 'pec. f.'.'A. Godfrey, secretary Rideau Curling club, has communication frotn tie' Detroit .crib asking for games In that clly'. FI.T6 rinks from the Auier K'an to make a tour of East ern Canada and may play In Toronto Peterborp, Moncton and other points PHILADELPHIA GIRLS' HOCKEY TEAM WON ONLY ONE GAME IN ENGLAM PHILADELPHIA. "Dec. bsrs ot the Philadelphia girls' hockoj team, vrho returned lr.6t night from a tour of England, said they had learned a lot about hocke) oii the trl? that they knew w' fore. "We had a lovely said Elisabeth Cheston, who captalsed th< team. "And couldn't have besa treat- ed nicer by tha English. We learned a lot about hockey that newi knew before, and every game that lost brought EO much sympathy from. 1 our conquerors that it seemed almost 'tie' ke well-known just n eietleii presiuani of iho Mouireel Jockey Club. ROY MOORE WORCESTEH, Deo; as though, were the ones had lost and %e the ones who won." Although tha team won only oat of Ike ten games played, Miss ton said ths- trip "unquestionably v.'ii a success." AUSTRALIA WON THE FIRST TEST MATCH. SYDNEY, N.' S. Dec. tralla won the, first test match frorj England today by 377 runs. The Aus_ Italian.- Held Ing In England's second Moore of St. Paul was awarded the 'innings, today, was brilliant, contrast. decision over Young Montreal ot ing spectacularly with'the poor ivVrS Providence in their ID-round bout list of the team yesterday, night. The decision was not popular. The Australian total score for two The men are innings was S4S and i the English 471 Abe Mitchell and George Dun- can Satisfied it Carries Farther; Than Others r and Canadian must be Is expect- players are very beaiitiful.A golfers will to know that'a od addition to-Duniop shield, "We are all on ball mads as nearly as possible to the ibe co'mnilffee will have a number of field hockey, and 'a'nxlpus lo learn Bpecincations decided on. by tho coaly prizes for'the individual runners. all we can about'theVErigllsh mittee of St. Andrew's and American _j _ _. j -.-.'jajij jiiss Ellzab'eth cap-] dblegales has proved successful and tain. "We are cbmlug oVer'hefe en-1 can be driven farther than ah? olh'ef tlrely for the sake of sport Jlanfr of our learn are' paying their own pas- cages. I think Tour hockey playing !s wonderful Your footwork and stick work Is much quicker thnn ours We use tho' whistle -very'rnuch more Tho "Dnnlop Team Footrace Shield." as it is called U a very handsome af- fair standing over IhlrU Inches and being twenty..wide. It Is mounted, on.mahogany and enclosed in a central design is ornate .b'ut-Vch.ast'o and indicative of tho puriipse'.oj the trophy. It Is sur: mounted by the nell'to-'onn bunlop than Is done here, The English are bands while beneath Is the equally perfectly wonderful to us, and we are M well known triangle of the Y. M. C. A There small shields ou'whlcb to engrave i the names of teams win- ning the annual race If any club In comes the.peraianent owBer of the shield Tho Dunlop Company have donated four of these trophies to the Y M C for competition in each of tho foiir division's of the National Council territory. Marquard enjoying tho trip immenselv" The Amerlpan girls were. sarprlBed. at the' extreme ot'the Eng- lish players' skirts. small heavy hall on Ihe English mar- ket. But for toe action of the Ameri- can delegates deciding against English committee would have had neit year a ball which floats In water. Golfers in Canada and America will be Interested In the tests which Dun can, the open champion, and ;i made with the new ball. It Is a shade small- er than any other English tall, but on that account alone lies beautifully- against the wind and passoG a heavier ball easily. On the down wind (go. It more than holds Its own.' In a'cross' wind, however, it Is" not 'quHe'.so' Bteady, but flies farther-than others: One gets the impression.from tho ball as soon as It leaves 'the club thatv ltr keeps np In the air much longer (han other balls I am convinced It carries farther, and of this. Match Over 20 .Miles Across Country Coat 608 Strokes by Tw? Players NATIONAL LEAGUE BEGINS TONIGHT The Brooklyn coulhpaw goes to Gin- cinnati In ovchange fpr Walter Reu- ther. Tho'National League lias Par- rtoned the Ruba's alleged "ticket scalp- _ins" during the .recent world series. A cross-country golf mafcn, in annals of the game In South -Wales, has. juat been completed, players being D Hno- ert Lewis and W: Raymond Thomas. The course ran over J 2 5. miles from lladyr, near Cardiff, to Boutherndown, Ion the Glamorgan coast. 'Doubt had been expressed whether It could be covered In less than strokes, one of the conditions being that the rules of golf were -to he strictly observed. There wefe many wagers, that at least strokes would ;be .necessary. Messrs. Lewis Thomas won doing, the eburee with alternate stroke's In 608." Play start- ed FritUy afternoon anil finished this afternoon, no play taking: place oh Sunday. The' distance -was covered In Eiiteen hours, -Including Mplervals for refreshment. 't At' onV, time the players had ia wadd khes .deep in water to ford- a river. At.- ano'lher place they were chased bull and saved tliemeolves by Jumping a hedge. Twenty balls in -the 20 miles and the. proper penalty was paid. TORONTO, Dec. National Hockey League will get'under-way tonight with St.-Patrick's .of Toronto playing at Ottawas and Cauadiens of Montreal, meeting Hamilton at Hani' Uton. Canadlens have hanai capped owing to their inability to'se- dni] as a result they w'iil play tonfght without having had any previous practice. Hamilton, on tha other hand; have had the advantage of two weeks' practice on artificial Ice. PEMPSEY READY TO MEET QREB-SMITH Ontario Winter :Falr at Guelph hnd an attendance larger than any sicco 1914.-. v PITTSBURG, Dec.' BeTJ, laanager of the Motor Square Box- ing Club, yesterday received a letter from Jack Kearns, manager of Jack Dempsey, heavyweight champion, which he slated that Dempsey was willing to box the winner ot the Qreb- Smlth .bout to be held here Christ mas day. According to Bell no flali was suggested for' the match. HOLD OVER UNTIL NEXT YEAR PORT ARTHUR, Dec. ing to the suggestion ol a special meeting of the'C. A. 11. A. to discuss the "tourist player" question trie Thunder Bay league proposes be held over for "serious consideration I next year." MACDONALD More Tobacco for the Motwy Canada's best buv" the ECONOMY McKELVIE McGUIRE'S Practical Gifts for Store Open This K; Week: Thursday p.m. Friday to.........10 p.rh The owners of sensitive purses will finithiat the Gift Problem is easily solved here because prices SAVINGS IN MEN'S CLOTffll FOlHOUDAYSEUJNG SUITS SALE SUITS SALE SUITS SALE' SUITS SALE SUITS SUITS SALE SUITS SALE SIMILAR REDUCTIONS ON ALL OVERCOATS BUY YOUR HERE A SAVING G. A. SLATER SHOES Regular SALE G. A. SLATER SHOES SALE- HOUSE COATS In. Jaeger and Othsr NECKWEAR Boxed CLUB COLOR HOCKEY SWEATERS BATH ROBES K SWEATER COATS Up from K DRESS SHOES Regular SALE NECKWEAR Boxed TO JAEGERS SWEATERS MEN'S SCARFS CHENEY NECKWEAR Up from DRESS SHOES Regular SALE HOUSE SLIPPERS Felt 1.75 HOUSE SLIPPERS Kid NECKWEAR Special NECKWEAR Widti PRESS SHIRTS, duett Up from DRESS GLOVES Wool and Silk Lined. NECKWEAR Boxed JAEGER HOUSE SLIPPERS HOSIERY, SILK Up from BELT BUCKLES Initial 51.00J1.75 SUSPENDER SETS Up from FANCY ARM BANDS Up from 75c INITIAL HANDKER- CHIEFS, box HOSIERY, JAEGER UP from JAEGER WOOL TAFFETA SHIRTS FANCY SILK SHIRTS Up from PYJAMAS Up from BELTS Up from DO YOUR XMAS SHOPPING AT THE STORE WHERE YOU.GET A LARGER ASSORTMENT McKELVIE Largest Distributors of Men's Wear in Southern Alberta McGUIRE ;