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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta flTE LETHBRIDGE DAILY BE^AW BRINGING UP FATHER WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20,1990 By � McManus | stars have come, ^ Through many years they've gone-Each season sees the old ones pass, While youngsters face the dawn, Each year they flash, each year they fade- New lads the spangles don- The long procession turns the bend- And still Ty Cobb plays on! Oh look at the wreck of Arnold FOgg! He missed s kick at an Airedale dog! Cork will not sink and lead won't float- Arent the women /Just h-. since they grabbed the vote? It's right to say,that there is air ways somebody ready to replace anyone who passes on-but have we seen anyone yet who took the place of Buffalo Bill in the hearts oft the American public and the American boy? The St. Louis .Cardinals, so said good judges at the close of the season, had the material to become a winning team in 1921. That is doubt-! less why Branch Rickey Is now trying i to dispose of his players-such a ' calamity as a St. LouIb victory must be prevented at all hazards. AS TP HOME BREW Married, at Detroit, Frank Brewer and Margaret Still. Crow Hockey bague Tilts lid Tonight With two Western Games BRESNABAN WILL SUE BROOKLYN N. L. CLUB FOR PLAYERS NOT DELIVERED TOLEDO, Dec. 29.-Roger Bresna-ban, president of the Toledo cjub of the American association, v announced today that he is preparing some sort of action against the Brooklyn Nut* ional league club in connection with the. purchase last spring of three players who, he says, were not delivered after a payment had been made for theni. , , Bresnahan declares he purchased Outfielder Hickman, Second Baseman Malone and Third Baseman Baer for $7,000; that he paid $2,500 down on the instalment plan and received nothing in return. ELEVEN CORRECT 1 LAST WEEK CONTEST Pass Towns Well Represented lit 24 in Money-Prize $50 This Week The perfect prune has been found at last. Hasten it to our boarding house, if you'll be so kind. Saul threw a Javelin at David when Dave played the harp. What would Saul have heaved at a Jsu band if he had ever heard one? Ponsi served a few months, came out, and collected $7,000,000. How much is Ponzi likely to gather after he has been in for five years? History proves that the term "Great Scott" had an excellent foundation. General Winfleld Scott, the conqueror of Mexico, was six feet seven inches high and weighed 315 pounds. HERALD" Football Competition! $50.00-THIS WEEK-$50.00 NAMES IS NAMES , Married at Cincinnati, Willis Crumb and Bertha Miracle. | RULES GOVERNING THE COMPETITION ARE AS FOLLOW6: I. The compttttUa will be �all�d kTh� Herald Football Coa��UU�*. S. Competitors wHI be eatltled to as many entries as they Seatre,  provMed leach entry is accompanies �y twenty-'Ave cents, ana cowpoea �> the aiuu-, ber of entries. t Competitors must erase . All entries must be posted or delivered te The Herald before mld-'nlffht on Fridays. A Friday post-, mark from points outside of the city I of Lethbridse will be considered as ' containing a legitimate entry. ?. The name and address of the | competitor mast be clearly marked on each coupon. t. Stamps most not be used as pay-Iment for entries, 9. All entries must be addressed to I tlii Editor, Footing Competition, The H ft raid. Lethbridse. 10. The Sporting Editor's decision > will be final. II. Employees of The Herald are | barred tress the competition. ENTRY FORM sAMSt TO BE PLAYED JAN. 1ST, 1921. ENTRIES CLOSE FRIDAY, DEC. 31. Indignant'Poetess: We apologize. You did write "shimmering in the moonlight's gleam," aud the-printers made it "shimmying." FIRST DIVISION Arsenal vs Bradford City. Aston Villa vs Liverpool. Hon W. vs Tottenham. Bradford vs Chelsea. SECOND DIVISION Barnaley vs Notts Forest. Bristol C. vs Rotherham C. Bury vs Cardiff. Fulhsm vs Stoke. THIRD DIVISION Bristol R. vs Luton. Crystal Palace vs Queen's Park. Grimsby vs Brighton. Mlliwall vs Northampton. SCOTTISH LEAGUE Aberdeen.vs Dundee. Dumbarton vs Ayr United. Albion R. vs Alrdrieonians. Falkirk vs RaVth Rovers. I enter the Herald Football Competition in accordance with the1 rules and conditions announced above, and agree to accept the pub-1 lished decision as final and legally binding. ! Did you ever buy a rug from an Armenian? Then have you any pity for that nation, or even the slightest sympathy for their misfortunes ' A few more weeks, and the Southern hotelkeeper will begin carefully blunting the edges of all the table-knives to forestall any casualties among the rookies at the training camp. >pyriglrt Service). Signed Address J. K. L. R0S8 BUY8 TWO CLASSY YACHTS NEW YORK, Dec. 29.-Purchase of the speed motor yacht Oriole and the sailing yacht Tamerlane, winter of the sailing race to Bermuda a few years ago by Commander j. K. L. Robs, turfman, owner of the race horse Sir Barton, wa� announced today. The purchase prices were not made public. PHONe see J10 *XRE*I IS Twenty-four, ^sontestants share in the prize money in last week's competitions according to the list published today, and of these there are many who have been consistent contest members from the very first. This week a Commerce man breaks into the first prize class along with two local fans who share the prize divided three ways. In the third prize winners there are a string of Pass fans who got nine correct results. The first prize winners got' 11 out of the lfi games correct. The result of the Aston VUUvMan-chester United game, which did not appear in the cabled results on Saturday, came in later and was.Included in awarding the prizes. ' One of the remarkable things about the Saturday games is that all four home teams in the Third Division lost, but few of the'competitors marked their coupons this way. The competition is gaining In the interest of soccer enthusiasts all over Southern Alberta and into B.C. and every week flndS' several new names in the list. This is the way to make the competition grow. It is on its way to the $100 mark, and should go considerably farther in the next three months as the leagues are getting well alons now and interest is running high. This is the competitors' own competition; they can make it what they will. This week the prize is $50, so g�t your coupons in by Friday at midnight. Give the prize money another boost next week. Three guessed eleven correct and the first prize of $25.00 will be divided between them, each receiving $8.35: Robt. Barrie. Commerce. P. MacFarlane, 913 13th St., S., city. C. Mullin, 1319 1st Ave., N., city. Six forecasted ten correct, and will share the second prize of $12.50, each receiving $2.05: Thos. Oakley, Coal Creek, B.C. J. Fiddes, 622 7th St., S., city. G. Ross, 1619 3rd Ave.. N.. city. W. F. Flemming, K. C. M. Police, city. J. W. Mullin. 1319 1st Ave., N., city. R. Jones, G.W.V.A., city. The third prizes of $7.50 will be divided between fifteen competitors, who gave nine results correctly, and each will receive 50c : A. Causey, Natal, B.C. Wm. Barrie, Commerce, Alta. James Watson, Michel, B.C. J. W. Holmes, Michel, B.C. Howell Jones, Taber, Alta. John Pringle, 18th St., Macleod, Alta. J. Fiddes, 6,f:2 7th St., S.. city. I. H. Eicmerson, 314 15th St., N., city. .Tas. Milling, 538 12th St., A.N., city. W.' J. McArthur, 525 19th St- N., city. Dave Robinson, Arcade Pool Rooms, city. G. Mclntyre, 119a 17th St., N., city. Robt. Wilson. (122 7th St., S., city. J. W. Mullin, 1319 1st Ave., N., city. George Field. n;i8 2nd Ave., A.N., city. Colder Weather Should Make Play Possible-Lethbridge Team Must Jan Up .two Alberta hockey leagues open tonight provided the weatherman puts lib the ice. They are the Crow Hockey league, amateur, and the Big Four, semi professional. The Crow games are: Macleod at Pincher. Biairmore at Coleman. The Big Four will tilt the lid as follows : Edmonton Dominions, vs Tigers at Calgary. Calgary Canadians vs Eskimos at Edmonton. All .Crow teams with the possible exception of Lethbridge are ready to go. Strange to say, the Lethbridge team, last year's Alberta amateur champions, are not turning out to practise as they should, and they will g6 Into the first game considerably disorganized. There is need of an early meeting to appoint a manager and captain of the crew, if they are to stsct up against the strong Pass teams which are expected to give* them, the biggest run tor the' cup which Is now in possession of Lethbridge. It is understood the Lethbridge district league team will play under Veterans colors, but three members of the champion squad of 1919-20 are missing-Boucher, Sutherland, goalie, and Ted Turcotte, centre man. Reber is understood to be not at all anxious' to play, so that only Marion and Billy Henderson are. really on deck. There are however a couple of new players in the city who will go a long way to rehabilitating the team if they can be got to turn out Grant, of Calgary, is one of these. Then there are McPhee and Henderson of the Mountles who should be able to catch a place on the sextet. The goal job has been wished on Oreille Stone, voted by the fans last summer as the most useful player of the city baseball league. If Ole turns out to be as good a goalie as he is a big mitt artist that hole will be plugged. The weather turned colder during the night after the Chinook and it is believed the two games scheduled for tonight will be staged. Macleod and Biairmore are believed to have the edge for these two openers. Coleman Is Ready (From Our Own Correspondent) COLEMAN, Dec. 28.-A Chinook Is blowing and if it continues the pros t BIG PRICE-SMASHING SALE TO BE HELD AT v KESTER'S We have purchased a large bankrupt stock of Men's Wear at a low rate on the dollar which will be put on sale sometime about the fifth of January. The goods are on the way now by express. , Everything go at 50 cents on the dollar. Wait for the big opening. Watch the paper for opening ad. BERT KESTER'S M N S S H Alexandra Hotel Block On the Corner PLAYING CERTIFICATES REFUSED N.O.H.A. PLAYERS COBALT, Out, Dec: 29.-Playing certificates have been refused a number ot players with N.' O. H. A. teams by the executive* of the association, Secretary H. J. Charlton announced yesterday, put some of the cases will be reconsidered, Harry Reynolds of Timminc und Rose of Iroquois Falls cannot play this season in the N. O. H. A., owing to their not having conformed with the residence rule, while a number of~"Oihers have been held up pending receipt" of amateur cards. SHARKEY AND MOORE MEET IN N. Y. TONIGHT poets for our first league game with : Biairmore are not very bright. It may | change and if it, does, everything is in readiness for a great game. ! The boys are in A.l. shape and no : doubt will give a good account of ; themselves. GIBBONS AND GREB MATCHED ST. PAUL, Dec. 29.-Tommy Gibbons, St. Paul light-heavyweight boxer, has been matched to meet Harry Greb of Pittsburg In a 15-round bout at Madison' Square Garden in New York City on January 26, it was announced here today. LESUER TO COACH GALT GALT, Ont., Dec. 29.-Percy Lesuer, ex-Ottawa and Toronto professional goal keeper and considered one of the best hookey players of his time, is the coach engaged to handle Gait's intermediate team. NEW YORK. Dec. 29.-Jack Sharkey, New York bantamweight, will have an opportunity tonight in a 15-round bout with Roy Moore of St.' Paul at Madison Square Garden to show whether he deserves a return bout with Joe Lynch, the United-States bantamweight champion. Lyi.cn knocked out Sharkey in a hard fought match shortly before winning the title from Pete Herman. Fighting Dick Atkins of Toronto meets Packey O'Gatty of New York in one of the preliminaries. JACK PERRY WINS NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 29.-Jack Perry of Pittsburg was awarded tho decision over Young Denny of New Orleans iu a 15-round bout here last BECKETT JOINS Y. M. C. A. LONDON.-Joe Beckett, the English fighter who was knocked out by! Frank Moran, has joined'the South-! ampton branch of the Y.M.C.A. aud ; has started to use the gymnasium for | training purposes. He offered a sub-! stantial sum for the exclusive use of the gymnasium, but this was denied. DAVI8 CUR MATCH POSTPONED AUCKLAND, Dec. 29.-The Davis tennis cup championship match scheduled for today was again postponed on account, of rain and the first round will be played tomorrow. RUTGER8 TO MEET LEHIGH NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J- Rutgers has arranged football games for 1921 with'Lehigh, Lafayette. West Virginia and Urslntts. Lafayette will be played in-Easton under an agreement for a return game in New Brunswick in 1922. The other games scheduled will be played in New Brunswick. SKATING EVERY AFTERNOON AND EVENING For the remainder of the weik. 2 to 4 p.m. and S to 10 p.m. Admission 15c and 25c. PHONE 1849. We Are Experts in Repairing and Retreading Tires New Tires and Tubes Sold. -Bargains in Second Hand Tires LETHBRIDGE VULCANIZING WORKS 712 3rd Avenue South E. Chaplin-Proprietor uiiiiiiiliiiiiitbiiiiiiiii m Cut Brier More Tobacco for the Money Canada's best buy~ the ECONOMY Package rtllllllllllllllllllWII! ;