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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX LETHERIPGE HERALD TUESDAY, DECEMBER 23, BR1NONG Iff FATHER By G. McManus YOUUUKE THE HOLIDAY GRILL Twenty Minutes Overtime Fails To Break Tie in Lethbridge-Taber Game Exhibition Game af Taber i 3-3 Affair, of Whirlwind Variety in Closing Periods O TV CQSB'WILI. BE BANQUETTED AS NEW I Henderson lining the.fence a pe'neaiatti--'-''' of times, but penalties were (hrcti'' little nseded, except for occasional man who wired as a valet Onca married 2 nice girl named SiHct. He lime home late one night, i And attempted to :i And she cimctedhlpi right bit in the Wallet! jj- ETcn the of 'c'luh life ,v. turn to bitt'erriew and ashes when you find visible, proof that some "-tnTeB-' Now that i Everything balances. The TaoerJ-was quickly forced to tbe -away again and scored for he.closed'in Taber, which, made a' poor showing at combination during this section picked up for a time, but the superior weight and ability to stay QU ttielr feet, gave Lelhbrldge the lead, and playing good combination, and.doing fair succeoi- ed in scoring twice more, McPhee in Khopting landing' the puck :oh the Taber umpire's foot, tho puck bounc- ing Into (he net, and after a period of hot play In centre, W. Henderson Ket- ling away Tor another. The Taber de- fence was worki ig harii, owing to the light forwards taking many slides on tho ice, and Carleton and Mc'Par- land taking turns at rushing Into en- emy territory, but the to 1 for Lelhbridgo. uewnenth rang and effeot's: after alhard se'cond ten the ..i-- iccts wflue ins moon fihirieB.'t Wood alcohol ought to :be :edunted as a. temperance drink.-Nobody eycr gets a Lauit of (Copyright- National: No'w'spspe'r" Brenuan 'seeine'd equally surprised. He stepped back to looji tbe champion over. Bill could hardly believe his eyes, lie did not seem able to graip tfce fact that he-had the champion'in a dangerous He did'not-seenytp hear the knocking of opportunity. That brief hesitation on his .part enabled Dempseyrto regain hi 3 scat- tered ;sf Brennan stepped.m.quiekly and delivered some of his righto and lefts to the champkm'4'headline result might have beeri'entirely'nlfferent; He might have succee'ded'-in reallilng his long be :h'eavy- fchampib'iy pf 'tie; world. v The orersigfel cost Mm' quickly'stepped .into a '.cllnclv and when th'e referee, finally succeeded. In prying him loose he had so far recov- that he was fight back Ths fanner uiakeSihay, while i-aBfl WM Brenrian as-gooiVas be nnmac 4ha-TI.IMI..V .1' another conference called it a deal. The line-up: W. Henderson; centre, Andrns; right McPhee; left defence, "Duke" Beaudy; icltj right loft defence, McParland -Periods 2Q mlnutos. COOQAN V3 O'CONNEUL PITTSBURG, Dec. Coogan lot Now York and-Charlie O'Cojinell of fnbei now gat the wind, and fought'Cleveland will meet'in .a 10-round hard, the whd havlne dried tho ice bout at the'.Motor Square Boilng somewhat, and with better footing, Cliibihere on New Years. "i nii'MHiaa' HERALD Football THIS RULES QOVEflNINO THE COMPETITION ARE AS FORM The" competition will -be TO BE PLAYED' The Herald Football JAN. 1ST, 1921. 2. Competitors wll] Lo enUtltd to as many entries as they CLOSE FRIDAY, each entrj' Is by DEC. 31. DIVISION St Com" jietl tors miul out of llio clubs; ihcy thln't n.TI loae antj-croau out the namt-a of VB Bradford City. Alton Villa vs Liverpool. if they ccDBJdcr a draw will W. Vc Tottenham. 4. Coupons can only In; secured from tha Spoiling Tagc of The Heratd, 5 All monies received lie VE Chelsea. SECOND DIVISION In prizes Th5 amount Nottt Forest. iiiimtera of prizes will published "vety llonday morning for that week's Results of fompetUlong will be pubtJshed every Wednesday C.- Rotherham C. Bury vs Cardiff. Fulhim StokV. 1 cheques to cotnptlliorfi 'THIRD DIVISION f mailed ImmPdinlely on receipt of r onfirtnatlGTi by the AthleUc 1 6 Vt! tn tries mutt posted or R. Luton, 1 Crystal Palace Quetn't Hvsrsa to The Heraia before vs Brighten. titTht on FrirtflrB, A Friday from polma nl the city fit -lyelhbrid efe wll! bf Northampton. SCOTTISH LEAGUE confaliilnf a. leclttmRt? vs Dundee. Tbe nBrne and of the competitor must clearly marked vs Ayr United. Albion R. Alrdfi-onlans. not b-3 used at vj Ralth Rovcre. rnent 1or entries. 9. 'All f-nlritfl must hfl entor the Herald football Com- Kd'tor, Foolball in accordance with (he .lierald. and conditions announced 19. ,The Bportlnp Editor's decision will b? and agreo lo accept tbo pub- 11, decialM) as final and legally barred from the Stgced received when ended tha Dempcey Sh bell souDdcd and ows Effects 'f Though Dempsey. saved himself, could see all through tho that tho blow' had taken something' awey from him. His judgment pi distance was poor all through'the! fight. He and'did not fight the way he did jagalnst' Jess Wlllard at, Toledo rior the way he battled Billy Miske at Benton Harhor was nothing about hia carriage in the ring nor his genera! actions to indicate the energy and'youthful vim .and vigor that have generally been a prominent .feature of his es. Possibly it was .that terrific HOCKM Cocal Boys Trim Visiting Bas- keteers by Score of 60 to 19 -The Lethbridge High School were st last night, when .they won from tho Medicine Hit boys by a scoro, of. ,60 to 13. Althoagh the Bcore Is one-elded it was ;no indication of the play.' The Hat boys put up an excel- lent, game %nd garc our boys a good struggle. The stars for tie Hat'were Muir Ottawa 3; Hamilton 1 OTTAWA, Dec.. Ottawa Senators eacured. a mar- gla In the race for leadership in tho Erst half ot U schedule the arena this evening when they de- feated the Hamilton Tigers by a score Of 3 tOl.T.AV Vincouver 6; Victoria 3 VANCOUVER, Dec, defeated Victoria: 6 to 3 In a Pacific Coast League game; here tonight. The hand all the way. Pfttitaurg 3J Vanity 1 P1TTSBURG, ;Dec. Pilts- States Ama- teur association At University'ofrToroulo team night 3 Agreement FoJr'. 25'._ Years Too Enough Voice in Baseball .Affaire CHICAGO, op. position to the ag'reerneut between major and minor, _leagu'es, recently .nrf H TI, 'OreehTind Ridpath, as we all aent Malnes predicted the, Mil ,and McLelland. These 5. Leagues' association nt Its meet I know, their, excellent inor ieting good combination. McLelland worked.hard and played some IM.J..U hore Janllary. 10 would not ratify the playing combination work proposed agreement for tho gOTern- ment pt organized' baseball; Chief' objections of the minor leagues as 'espressed by Mr.. Maines centra; and played George Young would "make old John Cozier" sit the very hard, hut In i_ '-V second half George had got-hls steam! p 'nuf-sed. Nelson andj The prelirninary. School UUL-5EU. OelBOn and, Kaujc, fllgu DUUUUI hlsllghlning'liko work 'second l 1 T. ____' _ _ 'niivftrfi tnn mni; n fnr.r fnn for the.first time this year is showing himself to be the making of a'good Marked Contrast .With Christ- mas Day- (Jueer Results; LONDON, Dec; (Canadian As- sociated The- low scoring play-asthe.Vecondhaitasbotli teams for J were checked hard and could not get Ijandts flff" thD ,of nUUI'flBt'( .r.oven years as'cohimissloh'er.- nau-ine