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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta i ..'PAGE SIX FHB LETHEKTHGE UAJLY HKKAUJ x MONDAY, 1920 By G. McManus THAT THEV L BOIL. uoco MOTIVED: 4S iTn. YOUlLilKE TEHOUMY MENU AT THE SILVER GRILL Crow Hockey Leape Gets Under Way Wednesday Nigbt Macleod at Pincher Creek, and Blairmore Plays at Ci Golem an Provided the Chinook blowing as thin Is being written doesn't jet too vicious, the Crow Hockey League will Mck off with .the right foot '.In Wednesday evening of week when the first two games will be staged, at Pincher Creek and Coleman respectively. Mecleo'd plays, at Pincher Creek and Blairmore at Coleman. The Macleod and Colemin teams have. been through the mill In one practice game each already this season and for that reason should Have' something on their opponents. The'.Maeleod team is considerably stronger than It was a year ago, and gave a Leth bridge', team' a close run In 3 lr-3 game a week ago. The -Cplemanltes. haven't got going right yet, though they man aged to take an. exhibition 'fixture day from the crest sextet. Six .man hoekey Is-tha game here this year, Allan rule's prevail." 'All the teams are ready 'for this game'and have sub- stitutes on hand ready -to enter the fray at any minute." 'A week from Wednesday all get Into., the when Tiber plays Plnener Creek, Mac leod and Coleman' at Lethbridge. Brighton Hove Crystsl P. 3 Bristol R. 1; Swansea 2. GUHngham 2; r Northampton 5. G-tmsby Town 1; Nonrlch City 1. Lutoti Town: 1; Southampton 1. MIIlwallA. 0; Merthyr Town 0 Newport C. Soulhend United 1. Plymouth 0, Exeter City 0 Reading 2; Swindon-Town 3. 3, fiorttmoath 2 Scaniin League Aberdeen Thistle 3. AirdrlftOElans 3; Morton 2. bird a I, Rangers i ClydebanS 2j. Hibernians 2. Dundee 4; Hamtltou AcadeE 0 HeaflE 3. Kltaamoct 2; Fnlkirk 0. Mother 6. Ayr United 1. Ralth Borers 2, Albion R i St. MIrren p. Celtic 3 Third Liasrk 1; Queen's Park 2. Did you ever hear a debate behyefln Determination inrf Diffidence7 i Be- tween Audieity and twen Earnest Purpose arid Modest Restrve? If you' ;you never heard an auto salesman talking to A prospect. i Consider we now .the Beef Stew. Joshed and derided; depicted In the comic prints as the chbton standby ot the'needy and the humble; the last re- sort of the impoverished, symbol of the restaurant and. the cheapest eating, bojBes-iwjiat Is more ridiculed, more read the beef And {ha no Old Country Footbal] Scores LONDON, Dec 26 As- sociated following are the results of the English and Scottish fioccpi games piayW. Christmas "Day Division Blackburn R. 2; Preston N. B.-2. Boiton W. 6; Suuderland 2. Bradford City 2 Derby City 2 Burnley 8, Sheffteld Un'led 0 Chelsea 1, Liverpool 1 Evertoh 2; Arsenal 4. .Manchester City t; .West Bromwich Albion 0. 2; Hnddersfleld T. 0. Newcastle U. 1; Tottenham 'Hot- Oldhim Athletic 1; Bradford 0 Second Division Blackpool, 1; Barnsley. 0. Bury 1'i Southahieliis 0. Clapton Orient 1; Hnll City 1. Coventry City 2, Cardiff City 4 1, Notts P C, ilolherham 1, Pprtyaie 0; Brlito! City 2. 'Wednesday 1; Notts Westham United 1 Birmingham .Third'. Division Brentford 0; Queen's Park R. 2. COLEMAN CURLERS GET GAME UNDER WAY (From Correspondent) Dec. tarUng season began on chnstmas'Diy Even In the rush of. Christmas business the 'hojs' take, time to speak about the great event Mr. Ringlaia has two perfect sheets o! Ice ready, for the occasion The first went is the President TS competition., This began at 10 a m. Oft Christmas morning anil continues -Monday evening, Snn dav ol conrse, eicepted There' is already keen interest, es- pecially when- nn oj sler supper awaits ihe Tlclors, i basket quint. tnta ictlcr. tonight at the "V" flym at 7.30 when they stack up against' the Medicine Hat Collegiate five-. In a return match. The locals de- feated We Hattere on their visit to the gai town and the Gasltes are after sweet revenge. It Is the first big game of the season here; The local furnish whin the.? first team and the second wilL. elaeh. 'A big crowd Is expected." Admission 35. cents. The ex- penbesi of the .Hattcri have to be paid.1 -would MUNICIPAL CONTROL OF SPOR-T EVENTS CHICAGO ordinance creating municipal matter how much money yoit-jwasess you EVER. smell beet, stew cooking that stomach, heart, and pal ate'didn't glre a joyous'leap; that the feet didn't Involuntarily' execute three-quarters of a tarn, and that >ou didn't have to say Legc do your duly, before you could get past that one Rainy Jingles Splash -and solattsir, little Now wo stnmble, ilip and thnd1 Try to tread aj stcany Flop and flounder on our back' When fanners want raid to fall, athletic control commission all athletic events in Chicago was dratted yester day by a city council committee A ten per cent tax on the gate re- ceipts! pt, major league baseballxwaB also proposed by the committee to supersede the flat rate amuse ment lax levied by the cit> The iiroposed commission would hjive two aldermen and three appoln namedihy. Mayor Thompson as Ite members. Control events has .been contemplated' by the city for some time and It IB stated that a recent riot In a. burlcnque theatre wrestling mutch la responsible for yesterday s action LEONARD FIGHTS AGAIN NEW Leonard is not letting any grass grow under his (eel.. as ho knocked out And need It for1 thc'r crops. The akies stay dn and w a't relent, fNor shed a doiei drops But when it's time to reap the grain They've tended longhand well, Ton can be sure the skies will part, And rain will fall like H'3 fun to see a football Beneath a rainy When gobs of rand a'lse to, spot The athletes'In the eye It's rich to see them Toll-'and-'wade Along the gridiron j levele, And every tackle makes them look' Like cute, mud-coaled'-, rievils! Joe Welling the champion signed np to meet Sieve the rugged swnograpner. Italian welterwelgbt of Pennsylvania. They for eiglit rounds In Philadelphia on Christmas -Day. WHAT WOMEN CANT UNDER. STAND Why you don t make as much money as the' man Why wo can't a car 'Ike the one the Joneses What you do with "all yonr money, anyhow r What on earth you can srp sbont that woman that's attractive Why you have to have, n female (Copyright, National Newspaper Service.) "HERALD" Football THIS (RULES GOVERNING THE COMPE. 1 TITION ARE AB .FORM I, The H corrnpejtltlon vlll feo TO BE PLAYED iTho Herald Football 1ST, 1921. f Z. Cdtnpetllora wH) b; entitled to as many entries as they desire, CLOSE FRIDAY, each entry Is accompanied by DEC, 31, of DIVISION 1 1 ratal cross' cut Ifca namca of Iho thoj1 think w.H it oe a and crou out the names of vs Bradford City. Alton Villa vs Liverpool. Plf the? consider a draw win W, vs Tottenham. 4, Coufmns can only secured vs Chelsea. Sporting Page or The Herald, .5 All mortfA rtcelfed will DIVISION k i umed 'in prlsca. The amount vt Notts Foretf. I of prizes ill be published r every Monday morning for that week'ii Results of cornpctitionH Cj Roiherham C. Bury vt Cardiff, 1 published ef Wednesday Stoke. cheques to cuccessful corapotUots DIVISION kbe nlarled on receipt of P-Thfirrr.tUon by the Athletic Narr-q. 6, AW entries must be poaled or R, ys Lirlon. Crystal Palace Queen's Park. 1 llvercd to The Herald before vs Brighton, fniT.it on A Friday MBI-L mafh from points ouLaMe of the city of will be conaldered vt -SCOTTISH LEAQUE f containing a vs Dundee. i 7. name itnd of I competitor nsuat clearly market! on each coupon- Ayr United. Albion R. vi Alrdrieonlani. k S Stamps muat'cot bft end vs Ralth Rovers, J ment for I 9. .All entries must be to the Kd'.tor, Football Competition, enter the Herald Football Competition ia accordance with the I Herald, and announced 10. Thft BporUng Editor's daemon J will be I 11. Employdcs of The Herald and agree to accept tho published, decision us Una] and legally J barred frora COLEMAN HOCKEYISTS WIN FIRST OF SEASON FROM McqiLUVBAY 8-6 MEIII Expert Selects Only Two ,Har vard Football Players, One From Yale (By Hek.) NEW YORK, Dec! is much easier to plcj a champion footbal team after a season's .play..than som< people would have think. And 1 is much easier than, erei before; Putting r yseif. in the position of a coach ppomled to Choose tho bes Cootbali team from the colleges in the section oounded hy the Potomac Rive: on :the south and ri.ttab'urgh's mllli the w. st, 1 "ay that, the following is the allFastlrn eleren tba could he jeiei-led f Legeudre. Prinecloft Keck, Princeon Woods, Harvard ..........Guard Fans Are Taking Right-a-hold and Boosting the Prize Every Week Here's a .Christinas present for .956' OU1. Country football enthus- The Herald competition jumped again, this i week and now'stands This doubles the. money with which the 'competition started oS. Half the season Is gone. That's a pretty fair record.'- It takes lime to get the fans iuleresieC. But now. that It is going, tho c< petition: is speeding Up every week, aiid.lt the fans will just keep up the fepdd work they Will have the money up to the century' mark by the end of. the season. Probably they'll do better than that for. there aro enough fans In. Southern Alberta- to make It 1500. it they go-after It; However li its; goes to by the 'end of the season that will be a good jumping off place for next year, and will have made the competition very successful, i To bring the prize money up to J100 by'the time the leagues, qsit for the year is a [airly big task. It means at, least J5 a week for ten weeks or till the miedle of March This is Southern Alberta's own com- petition and if you believe in at you will'believe it's worth boosting. t THIS WEEK Our Half-Price Sale THE BIG FEATURE IN BUSINESS CIRCLES BERT KESTEirS M E N S S H O P HOME OF 20TH CENTURY BRAND CLOTHINGS Alexandra Hotel Block On the Corner Society Trying To Save Street Urchins By Prodding Boxing Youngster? Have Won Glory in Ring, as'Well as in Mental Pursuits (By HBK) NEW YORK; Dec. fact that little .Samueli RzeBzewskl, the eight- NEW York's Koeial.iyear-old Polish; putting it club, protessiqnal and. financial world 'all over onr.ciiess-players recalls some be represented at the ringside verj interesting features about other 'when the grand ball-room of the Ho- as well as mental, tel Commodore is made into a minis-i Prodlglesjare not only rare, but un- Alexacder, .Centre jture Madison Square. Garden, with a oxplamable'ihfature worJ.8 wondera Woore, Navy ,twenty-foot ring in the centre, on the indeed iso-v and then there comes Dickens, Vale facMo j of December 14. Into the world'a child touched by the Xlrban, Boslcu End I Laurie, Princeton? Dayies, Pittsburgh .Halfback Princeton Harvard .This combination has ill tho ele- ments that make a .Each ________ player, is .pi tha. offense "so-called vlse as.well as on the detensoj. The centre clubs" In various parts of Mental prodigies, lika little Rzeszew- trlo is as great a group" ,sM, are more frequent than physical upon.to repiil a ijhe.smash, j' Aj u._3 "Marshall Stlllman Even- onca Many famous artists and musi- No Question on Either'End. Ing" at the Commodore tho ushers cians were of the "wunderkind." HofT- At tackle and on tho. :ends there is known young society women, man was a wonder baby Mozart com- the ability ot the exchange'blows-and there will magic hand ol genlns, who surpasseth bo .the usual seconds and all .For instance, Thus society sets its approve.1 on Inaudi, the famous 'dlot, was so de- the manly art of self-defense, In an flclent mentally that it was necessary effort to provide healthful athletic to confine hfn., }et he could give .1m- spo'rls fir young boys who might oth- mediate answers to the most complex er'wise drift'into the gangster strata mathematical problems po-sible to de- ml .on tha., offense of society The yarious tf fy t STECHER SUFFERS- FROM NEURITIS 'plon to in. New iYork. la.st week; was I in a hospital here ;today suffer-' 'Ing from neuritis; :V v 'A specialist said that the attack waa caua- v ed by left arm lu the Lewis: match. -He prob- 4 abiy will be, out of the game-. for tho rest of the "winter, il' was said., OMAHA, 'Det. t Stecher, who lost hla "crown as heavy-weiglit wrastHiiB-- chani- "Big Six" Seriqujly III selected too many Princeton ...players'- jejt Agtor, Munds wa8 llle Aoyal Academy at (From Our Own Correspondent) COLEMAX, Dec. 2G.- The first hockey match of .the took place on Christmas Day between the lowii In view ol the fact 'ttal Harvard, Mrs; Shipman, Mrs. Henry 0. the age of nine played the Tigers a tie To such Henry P. Russell, Mrs I The And It'a All True, mental or rf. a Wintho, nby lucky to escape a terrlfio .rtnibhtag: kowdln, Mrs. Ahhott Mrs c? all t Christy Mathewson, for years tba mainstay of the Giant's pitching.staff, K35 more practice, although Ibo game lho Of R. was brilliant In spots. It ended in lho Navy or .Woodn spots favor of tho town by S to 6. Heads International League Lourie, the General ThinX of Dsn Lonrle' of Princeton directing the aggregation selected1 Ho If, of course. Iho logical nnd only candidate for caplafn. He Is a'bnl Hani field general and a wonderful i broken -field runner. eiceis as a fanvard passer and as's punter. Can you beat those cimulned quaittieet Horween must set tho fullback posi- tion because lio is a drop-kicker. Ho this advantage over Kelley of Yale and Oilrny of Princeton. Other- wise .the choice would bo between those two players. The team I have selected Is not only tho best nli-Kastom eleven of. 1020, but the best all-Eastern elcvefi of all past years. This statement Is not a tribute to myself, but a trl'outo to the men selected. John Conway Tooio has signed a five-year contract at J10.000 a year, as president of ball Lensuoi SHORT SPRING FOR RED SOX training season for the Red year will lie cut li three weeks inslervd of ,the (Mislbtnary month or six weeks, jianager Duffy expects to mobilize his squad at Hot Springs, Ark., about March 9. Charley (Huci) lierzog of the Chi- cago Cuba recently underwent another operation at a hospital in [laltimorc, made by his oft! inlury, Ho hopes for a permanent curs this lime, Johnny Kvers has given no Indlcallon and do nmthematical problems at the tho RPT Horhert