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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TAORSTX THE LETH8RIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, DECEMBER BRINGING 5JP FATHER L 63 D II mm HE SEWS TO 6C QUtT I IF PT. K'A KOirr i TELL voo HOT TO LEANT. THE PORCH? "itoO EVER DO Aj-tYTH -XCO TOL.O ME. NOT TO THROW ME ON THE. So i VENT OO-WN TO THE. IIVCA. TO DROn By C. McSanHs MENU SERVICE 'PRICES ARE .POPULAR WHAT YOU WANT AND A PRICE YOU WANT TO PAY. THE SILVER GRILL Celeman Takes First Game Of Crow League From Blairfflore, 6-4 Game Played in tfie Gosgrift, Barbour, and Graham Stars League Standing "W. 1 Coleman......... I Blatrmore 0 Txjthbrldi" MackOtl Plncher Creek Taber Pet. 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .WO .000 (Prom Our Ova .'Correspondent) COLEMAN, Dec first 'game..of the Crow's Xest League'has benn plLyiid and Coleman won tbb'henprs, C to 4. '.The first on ihe lea Blalhnore boys in the.r oclfils of blue and white After" aMltile the Coleman team; in, their black and gold took {ho Ice The tension ran high from the first.., The following 'were the loam Blairmorfc Gresack Eot hold, of ;iho puck about the centre and' sliot and scored. The garie was from end to end and it looked as tt.Blainrtore would score. But the puck got into the centre fol- lowed by'Held kept going and a bullet shot beat Rhynaa for the sixth count. So ended the'score Coleman. The''game was a little and Hoggan decorating the fence for five minutes each. Reid met with a natty aqcident 1n the sec- ocd period, which necessitated the as- sistance.of Dr.' Olivier. It wis purely accidental .and was on the Ice again in the" last period. A husky young yellow named Vaughn Had his watch his stick-pin la "I am said h9, "Tiiat some Inck comes lo mo, Ere my ring and my cuiMInks ore Thia Week's Entries Will Tell How Soon Hundred Mark is Reached Goal Cover Coverpoint' Centre Right Wing Left Wins Subs: Cbas Hhynas Harbour Graham Ttirher Scott Goddard Velpravo, MacLeod Colemaru J. Graham. Goal Cover Cornet Coverpoint .Cosgrift Centre Gresaci Right wing Gait) Left wing................. Hoggsn Subs.......... .Frank Grahjm, Field. KflElon acted as referee. i ,Tho game; started; on time; S crowd was large'and good nature ed Withln.a minute of Bta'riuisiGxte scored the'firtt goal for.pojeman. after "Cosgriff the second goal.: {The play-'Syas Cole- man pressing- hard. CbaB. 'Graham' got hold of the pock made a rush for Coleman's goal and got it through. The game see-sawed and when at 'the Coleman erid; Bartour put In a hard one which. J. Graham didn't see, .The rang for the first period.' It be-' Kan lovrafii.'and must have been hard ikatlng Ths'slx man hockey inakca lor fast skating action. The bell wont 'for tha second period. The boys all looked a little tired but op and 'before long, Altck Gresack banged the puck "for There was some real good hockey, on fcoln slclPS. The pace seemed to he lelllng on i the Blalrmores. Gresack ,and Gale made a beautiful rnsh up the Ice, Barbour tried to stop It, but UrcsacX evaded the ble felloir and scored. Hlalrniors cama back and within five minutes equalized tbe Ecoro It was HBO work. Between the second and third perl- tho ice was cleared and tho (earns found the "going" a little hotter. The rain was coming down pretty good for Herald Football competition fans wind up tomorrow at midnight the 1S20 end of. the first competition with a prize roll for this week of This was the result of the competition for the week and shows that (Very fair Interest has been taken to Did they launder your collars for the, prize money has been week? Or did they Just sharpen Ihem? doiih'ed fn -three months. The big In- 'GAMEFOSIPONED No Lights at fiink Though Ice Was in Best of Play: New Year's Day Word comes from Etawood, Mich., that crippled buck was shot hero ertase has all been la the last four or five weeks. Starting the New Year the fans have MOORE KAYOES SHARKEY 'f NEW YORK, Deo. Moore of St. (scored a technical knockout over Jack Sharkey after ono of. ff fighting in fan llth round 'of a Echedalcd 15-rcmn4 bout hero tonight. Both men are bantam- weights. 4 Defeat Australian Cracks in the Doubles Today AUCKLAND, N. 1., Dec. the first round.of tho Davis cup tourna-j NEW New York Giant offer.of and four play- ers for Roger Hornsby, leading Nat- ional League-batter in 1920, has been turned down by St. Urals.. This statem'ent was mane here today by Judge McQuade, treasurer of the Giants. tho proposition.fell through vs-heo" gam Breadoa, president of the Cfirdlnals, wired they would consider if one Jour players was Frank. Frlsen. "ilcGraw would not'lrade Prlseli for Hornsby, even McQuade rttted. Last eummer the record offer of was made for Horrijby by the Giants. When It was refused McOraw said he would not renew the latest offer was made, :it was Bald, when the Giants learned Branch Rick- ey had talked of exchanging Hornaby for three Cincinnati'-players. KILDUFF SIGNS NEW YORK, Dec. Klldufl, second baseman of the Brooklyn Na- tional League champions; 'has signed a contract for next' season. It was announced today. MAJOR SCHEDULE...... COMMITTEES.'JAN. 8. CHICAGO, Dec: meeting ot the and National' league achedule'coinraittees .will berg January S, according to ment here today' by President John- son ot Ihe American league. with only three toes on his right tore- a chancq to put the money into United Slates tennis players foot." How long since any kind of three figure mark. There are plenty suece deer had any toes outside of a split hoof on auy of his feet! ( The PiNCHER CREEK, cher Creek hockey to ask a ol League. game here owing'tii'the.'fact that the town light ing plant has gone out of business and "As to those juvenile, mathematical' competitor geife Into .tho one of them heec found wotilrt be no doubt of the result !n a yet who could keep track of all the few passes In a crap game? I The mark to be aimed at noy Is" 5100. Ontside to.wn boosters are get- .ece.eded In defeating the Australians i iu two patches today, William T. ________ tilden II. of batteredi would set to see that another !down: Norman, E. Brooks, captain ofj of fans to do It It they become Inter- ested. If eveVy present competitor .f the first silent.In most of the.moving pictures last Might; she produces. town Hjht- ,_________ msiness and thousand! It Is not, no lights were, available for the rtak.rtruo that Sam Laingford arid Sam Mc- The postponement was satisfactory toVVey are descended from''.prang out-; Miclebd and it Is likely the game will dutang does not live be playeo New Year's Day. the lea'.in'ajy 'Africa, and never did. shape for the said had lights-b'ecn available. Pincher'let's vwander. .away :frbm iho subject, Creek-Belief'Is allVeady to go. f 50.0.0, so.getiypuc coupons in by mid. night Friday. Only" a few. weeks' and the! rookles'ln theUralnlng camps will bo w good llic-y mean- the old birds, will Just sit, and champions, is playing his old position Tigers Dorriinions 1 CALf-ARY, Tha_ Alberta FoU hockesyeague; opened in Cal- 'lth the Mluotoa Pomlnions runningrthelr legs off.up to, the knee's the Pomlnions and 'throwing thelr'arms right "off It Tigers hooSed up, .the the'snouldfr. Just to show the manag- belns m the short Scldiera In barptcks 3nd rnllora on The turkeys this ycar'ieem'to run all tho last period. The game was tuii of thrills and seomed to get faster. the tho famous On Christmas team, and is the summer resort sextet. day tha Rocky Mountain gue sot under .way In a fast game at: 0 Bankhead between Bankhead and Juu "V Banff, which was won by Bankhead Wrlte the cllll) owner that KNOWycu will hit .330 next Anrt hcapeSn.t that he'll raise your salary AFTER a G to 1 score. There was a big crowd on hand to see .the" opener. _. Eskimos EDMONTON, pec. tho Dominions were Being defeated In Cal- gary, tho Eskimos of Edmonton and tho Canadians 01 Calgary opened the Dig Four tonight and all the dope was upset when the visitors took the locals Into camp by a score of 6 to 3. Ottawa 8; St. Pats 1. Boucher, with tearos, each being well balanced, with ihe home hoys having a slight ad- vanlage In Ideating tho net." C HERALD" Football Competition RULES GOVERNING THE COWPE- TITION ARE AS FOLLOWS: 1 The competition will' bo called Thd Her aid Football Competition. 2. CompelLlorfl .will be enlHkd Lo 0-3 many entries PS they desire, yrovlded each is accompanied by twenty' five and coupons to Iho num- ber Of enthw. 3 iCompelitora muat crC-SB out raniea of the clubs they think loae and crow oat Iho names of If they consider dtav will result 4. Coupons can only be secured from the dpoitJng Page of The Herald. 5.' All monies received will bs re- turned In The amount and numbers of prizes vrlll be published every Monday morning for that weftk'fl es- Rt suits of com petitions will be published e7ery Wednesday zixl cheques to successful competitors irLll 1mraedlately on receipt ol ronhrtnatlon. by tXe Athtetlc News. 6. enttiu be posted or de- livered to Tha Herald he mid- night on Fridays. A Friday post- mark from outcltft of the city of Irftfcbridge will be considered aa containing a entry. i nAme and of tbs mpttllOT rauftt be clearly marked on ch coupon, S fit mast not be us id BS rnent for entries, I, Alt entries mnat tx addreMed tt Editor, Football Competition, The d. Lethbrldre. _AAJ Sale Price Regular Sale Price...... COAT SWEATERS A sweeping red'uctldn, made at the right time of .the year. wool sweaters, heavy and -light weight, .closely woven, body shaped, neat and wrists, durable pockets. In .Till colors, 'Salo Prlco Regular flslo Prlco Regular Sulo Pries Regular Sale Price PULLOVER SWEATERS Regular nf Rale Price vlltl O Regular Salo Price