Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE EIGHT WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER M, ttll THE tETHBRIIXlB DAILY HERAUl By G. McManus UP FATHER Nfc.QOCTTE-THEN MR ftUETTE WENT HOME- ANO .TO TCLL "XOO HE DSD TH1KK1 REMEMBER." NVATCH Hlt> EVERY MOVEMENT ftANO DO EXACTLY WHAT HE. DOE V. SPENCE BROS. TAXI I XOU TO DO HE M> HE MR.EOOie QUETTE OTTAUTOUVEKT EHVICE DAY AND NKJHT Country Trlpi a Phone Offio. Vd Ave. Lethbrldge, tilde In l McLtughlln It no more. CURLING BIG OFFER TO ENGLISH SOCCER TEAM AT COAST WORLD OF Dec. Jones, sportsman, wired .'Tom Watson, Toronto, offering a Hat guarantee ot J6.000 for three matches here u connection with tho tour of Canada by Newcastle VJnltcU footballers. How Is Your APPETITES H wouldn't lie reil Xmas without cwrlwg. It's been a case, of lope I hope, with the consolation I that the coal pile and the gas meter !at least are at" rest. Howerer to Youne Men of Nation Are (hat tter fcellere in Christmas for Hie curlers the competition corn- Under Arms and 111 tie E0( tusy one hot afternoon Dam of Dan Patch and Other Racers just lately and doped out the follow nj tor the "Big Day." There it present 28 rinis ready Picked for Contests advantage of being followed in There Is a more on foot In the raid- XEW the same the tatting order by two .300 hitters. In rcgulaf bonsptel style is: J tootle methods which Amencan Tills is tho secret of the spring lorsemen and followers out competition, with prizes very like- Hy of Rath and Daubert, by proper subscription a monument tho past, European nations are pre- ly to he Given for the winning rint or marker of Eomo sort for the grave arlnr for the Olympic games ot 1920 There have been three draws made MARTIN SHIES AT DEMPSEY o! the great brood mare Zelica, dam n a thorough manner which bodes no which puts every rink on the ice once of the ever celebrated Dan Paten. sasy victory for the United and ?.n tilra sheet for the late after Manager Bronson He The mare died on the farm of her thletea in the International noon for BUT who have to work up Ready for Champion NEW .YORK. Dec. the will power to tacilo Campaigns for the develop Bronson. manager of Bob .Martin, A. Messner "for a and made him ment ot teams, collection ot funds and heavyweight champion, Is de- other important details, essential to petition" play down Trill then he work in such elaborate nnaer- araihst Champion Jack Dempscy lor llessner received for laklng, are already >nder aided the champion pacer when.he was in several case's by government super- nouncea irlll rianil is posted, but with vision and subsidies. N'o. better example., may be Although she had done nothing re than- the plan's arid arrangements of nesday's draw, will bo played the first arkable herself as a race mare Zet- night ice is available, (Christmas Eve ..through Dam Patch, her son, won e'dlstlnctlon ot having been randdam ot 22 pacers AI Ross Badly Outpointed By Fingard at Saskatoon SASKATOON, Dec. of Winnipeg, badty cut- Minted AI ROM of Calgary, chal- of the mlddtevMlght cham- plchahip of In 14 roundl cf a 16-reund bout here today. Fln- Mrd kd ill the way and ixccpt round had a wide marslfi. Ron In dlttreu half the.time and en the' three times, to save a knockout He foujhi samety and made ievtril attetr.ptt to regain lost around. the which use of the'army methods, and Three classesX remain mobilized of Nebraski'Farnwr by Use of Powerful and Wrist Lock Every TreViler'nas a pit bold. The original Lewis useure against the ribs until he has his victim winded, or to use d vernacula: phrase, "knocks the wind owl of him.' He next" reaches' lor his opponent's wrist and locks it, tlowly turning him By this time, if opponent made any fight, he is thoroughly exhausted and Etecher reaches for the other :irriat, double wrist lock. Ho then hli chest across hid vidim and It's all over. IB the latter flat on nil back at all points. it Back Story There U no wrestler In the.game today who can [lay 30 minutes with the' Netrajkan 1! he will open up and wnttle.'bnt like ft boxer who goes on the defensive, a wrestler can just to so long 'as he if on tie defensive. The 'Dodge boy has named his hold "The Body Scissors." John J. Fleeson refereelng in lut summer and happened to WTestllag the 'greats army' ;.'b! 'France ,at the present lime.' TKej- are the class. ot 1917; boys aged 22; that ot 1918. aged This will make Cnrtrtmai and the following regular rush hold. .Still, no one seems to mich about bis favorite grip. know- No -wrestler.living can endure this hold when properly applied. Still there ia. a way ot countering it. A ftrong, experienced wrestler like Lewla or Zbysiko can stave it off in- definitely by lying crab fashion wrth hui under his chin and arm clOM to the body, thereby blocking may poseiblllty of applying it. When Stechar opposes an ortjinary admirer of Stecher, at Buluth.'Minn The conservation turned to how the Nibrwkitt developed hi j wonderful egi. "The 'ling" Insisted that twice each day. Stecher practiced on ,ft bag of oaU'with two stakes driveii Into ground which he used as leverage Jqr his feet and each lime Steelier burst'the bag, which was rather ei pensive training as bags come high 3-thill era of profiteering and high coat' of liYing. When Fieeson me Foe h9 Inquired about tie bag burst ing and: Stecher smilingly remarked .'.Well, it all depends on how long the was in he further Nelson and roils hla opponent into the "scissors." Tie "scissors" hold ia b> race, physically, and from ah athle- tic point of view remains under They are distributed In vari- ous garrison towns and departments France. It Is from among those hree classes Uiat athletic France ex- acts to to 40 first clius thlelis to add to'the already fair nota o! men who are slated to1 rep- esent France at Antwerp.': -Te Train This program has been decided pon toy the athletic directors oi the rench army, at the head of whom Colonel See, chief of'the Joinville chool 'athlelics-.fqr the French Elimination 'trials will 'be onducted in every regiment of the bove three classes. Then semi-fi .als will be hell in Strasburg jyons, Marseilles and Bordeaux, am will be a case of the surviva) tie fittest. These will be sent' in olnviile, near Paris, where the fina ouch will be put to their prepara ion. One, million Irancs of the )GO voted by the chamber of depu ies for.the intensification of athlc ie training among French youth tas been appropriated for the wor! at Joinvllle. the two kn-ej against each another year. 7; GRANITES 2. TORONTO, Dec. 20 minute nere tonight, Granites, using comolr plays, while Dentals usefl none gave Uxi Sportsman's Patriotic Uoph holders a strong argument, but the Med. in the last two periods and th Dentals won by 7 to 2. By this Tic- tory Dentals retained the trophy tor ke a clean np in unplayed games in oth competitions.' The weather' makes signs like langing in touch with your ns and start your games on Christ- mas day sharply ori time, so as no one will he held up. and can HAMILTON 11; McGILL 6. HAMILTON, Ont, Dec. final score of 11 to 6, the Allan cu holders McGill lonlgt Xeither team yliyed championship hockey and both found It necessary to use their substitutes. for: the IB eats. asT welT as. a whirl at the old The line up ol. rinks as drawn iol ti'e ganies to-be played on >hrlstmas rlivfded into three draws 0 a.m., 12.30 a.m. acd 3. p.m.: The CHRISTSIAS DAY gpMPETlTIOX 10 b'clock Vim: Crawford vs. Clark. JIcNab vs. nied. Carherry vs. Pox. Simpson vs. Skeith. fs. Johnson. 12.30 O'clock Kirkham vs. Scott. Duff vs. Peat. Macleod vs. Mamoclc, Boyd vs. McKe'nzle: Taylor vs. Davjdson. Three O'clock Parks vs. Hamilton. Stewart, vs. Shepherd. Nelson vs. Warrs. R. A. Crawford vs. Livie. One sheet for sera I ch games. This Rinks Dr. Taylor. Davidson. Parks. Hamilton. Simpson. Skeilb. UMPIRES BLIND BY INSTINCT EOF WALES CHEWING TOBACCO Says Pick of Borton Braves After Nursing Sore Head Charley Pick of the. Boston Braves only ai-other oE the vast army ot H players, who think that all-nra- res are blind by instinct and Insane choice, During a game last summer Charley ed he was hit on the head by a tched ball. Umpire Qulgley, how- er, thought otherwise, although harley TTOS really in a position lo ow. H was his head. Qaigley was idurate, however. The foUowing day the denouement a in a when Charley waa unable to ppear because tho side ot his head oofced like a fltiigrecd dooi knob, ftlacleod. Marnock. Bord. McKenzle. Maybe you need a stimulant, It you do you should take else and bowling is -the best exercise you can have for the appetite. Try it. Dominion Bowling Alleys Bitement, Dominion Bldf. Entrance on Sixth Street. some time.- During his connection with the boxing profession ni'orison has eiperJonco-with many pugilists'of considerable renown and is qualified to ''nurse" n fighter safely "I would not put Martin up against Dempsey .short- of- 18 Bron-. son said, young and has a good deal to learn and I owe'it to Marttii and to everj- shooting man to season the hoy before shooting him into a champion- match. 1 nm not looking for not ,yeL" FRENCH BOXER WON Frankle boxing bo.ut 10 list. When Dan big price Messner decided never to rt with tho old mare that had given m his start in and she was giv- a life of ease. Dan Patch tFlnrt Foal She' was bred first to Joe Pntchon, 01 W, when she was 4 years old. an Patch .was'her first foal. In an- her breeding to tpa same horse she SYRACUSE, N. Y., Dec. educed Daa's urother alkVer had' n.slight advantage over raous as the'sire o! Leilla Patchcn, 04 1-i." She ,A1- rton, 203 14, when-she produced essner, sire ot Power Lot 07 1-4. She was therefore the dam two sires ot un- ;ual distinction. When Dan Patch gained interoa- onal fame several scientific stu- ents of breeding visileci the Messner arm to-view Mica. Her case was of those instances ver which students of tho harness ame'have always been wont to pori- cr. Zelica was nearly 27 years old sh'e died. Meaner has ollered set apart a portion of his farm ear Chicago, where Zelica Is burled, s a sort of park, and now horsemen re planning to raise sufficient money place a memorial there and pro- ide perpe'.ual care for the spot. i Just the thing for warm weather 'when there's only cold water Avatlablo. KeBncn'ft u foxl M whb boL THE ONLY RADIATOR SHOP tN SOUTHERN ALBERTA, THAT MAKES A SPECIALTY 'OF RADIATORS O.NLY. Wo; devote our whole ttoo to fadlato'r prbblema.' ANDY THE RADIATOR MAH I. 418 Fifth S. Ciark. Crawford. SEES BIO BALL YEAR IN 1920 resident of National League Pre diets Unrivaled Prosperity The aniiual report ot 1'resldent John [cydler, of the Notional league, fotis led with optimism. Heyler declarec n bis statement that next year wll >e an campaign for [Tie national sport. In regards to the sea on of 1919 he caldi "In point of paid attendance (which was doss to the mark) the: 1919 season com pared' favorably with out best year md nnssihly it our schedule had bee Lhe normal ono of 154 games It migii lavo ranked as our beat season. A though the SI, Louis Cardinals iin Ished last in tho race I am informed the club flnt.ihed wit B fair margin on the right side o! th ledger.' WHITE STAR LINE MANAGER RETIRE Dec. 2l.-Aftor nca ly 40 yctnra' active association w pping fnlercsls here, John To ce, manager ol the White Hta Tilnjon Line, IK retiring from th at the end the year. Nelson. Marrs. R. A. Crawford. Llvic. Sieirarl. Shepherd. McNabb. RIed. Scott. Klrkharri. Cartrirry. Dr. Fox. Duff. Peat. Aini. Johnson.' Service Station Service Station for the famous K-W Magnetos. All makes ol magnetos, generators, colU paired. Full stock'of repair parts at- rleii. All work gunnteed. MAGNETS RECHARQED The Roy Electric Co. >1C 4th Avenuo Scuth PHONE 7SS. WISHES ASHES STREWN ON STREAM HE In accordance with the last wishes of Capl, W. II. Wonbonia, former Thousand Islanil steam yaclit who died in 8an Uernardlno, Cal., Xtvombcr in, his ashes will be brought to Alexandria Rny, and strewn on the waters of the I.AWTence, the stream ho loved Giant Outfielder of New York Giants Wears Crown of King After haying the bonor taken away from him fcr onu season, George Burns, outfielder of the New York Hants, is back 3Eain wearing rowu of run-making king of the Vatlonal league. The record of the eadoff man ot the Gothamltes ia not uite so Impressive as in sornc of his orrner seasons, but it was enough to give him the palm, Burns leads the way to Heinle Oroh, Trlio last year scored tho most'runs n' the National league. George's nark this year Is 36 rims, made on jailing average of .294. In 1917 he made 103. runs on a bat- ling average ot .802, and In 5'jU, on batting iweragc of 303, scored 100 times. His best performance was In 191C, when he tallied 105 times on an average of .279. Since Burns broke into the league he has not ccored less than 80 runs any full season be lias played. He managed to score Su times last year Heinle Groh alao has a good record a run geller. The captnln ol the Champions was seven runs lehlnd his former leammate on las seasnn's record. 'Ho was cigbl ahead of George lost year. Groh's beat mark v.-aa in when, vfith a batting avsrago of .304 be crossed the plato 91 times, Ho wfi a prelty flood scorer in 1916, when h scored 85 runs while batting only .269 Ol the tlvo leading run getters I the National league threo of them ar Cincinnati They afo Dauberl and Morris Hath, Groh and Dauhert arc sceond only Electric Welding CAR REPAIRING Lawford Welding Co, 2nd 6pp. Lethbrldge Hotel Phone 1M4 TRANSFER affections to "ROYAL MINT." It means'a round trip of smoking satisfaction and .contentment "ROYAL MINT" is a' full-bodied non-biting mellow and: free burning. Try a Package Next Trip. We Have Inttalkd a Full mint for Repairing AUTDMOBIU RADIAtORS Can handto all of can. Expert Hot Air Furnace Work. FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet Metal 336 6th SI. South Phone 1713 to much, Capl. Wcnborno was ft nil- fo Uuras. Each has ii runs In his live of Wolfo Wxni, for oredll. Oroh made his on a .308 aver- crnl ycara eaptiiln of tho ttio former Hrooklyn firsl Vandergrifl yacMa al Alexandria len years ago his aban- doned navigation rind entered comrriflr- cial life, ultimately going to California for the ttcneffi of his health, hatcman liad a tailing mark ot .276. Rath Is nexl. Ho is Just one tally he- hind the first end Ihird basemen. He toorrled 18 limes. Hath hit tut .261 for tho jeaaon, hut, like Dniibcrt, hail Vimy Auto Repair IStrl' N. QErJER'AL FOR ALL MAKES OF FORD Tints SERVICE AGENCY STORAOE ALL ,WORK OUABANTIED r. W. TULLOCH Hobreckei', one ot Hallfi; oldest merchants, lut week.