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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SCC THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD BRINGING UP FATHER FRIDAY, DECEMBEP 31, By G. MeManus NvE.ut.Mr i Kt-ir.v OO VOO THINK. iT HXVU. t-'cl VOO? MV CXJT or Con- YOU wffl Enjoy Your THE GRILL AND CHAMPION VETS CLASH HERE (Vets Make First Local Appear- ance Since Winning Cham- pionship Last Spring Fans are expected to turn out In force on New Year's afternoon at-2.15 for the exhibition match between the Taber district league team and the Veterans, Alberta smaleur champions who will make their first on since the season opened, With the return of colder wea- ther. Manager Reber of the rink has Kit Ice In nqod condition and the event should be a bin one In the sporting annals ot Letnbridge. The the city have never had A chancs io show :ths Vets what tney think of them for win ing the Alberta championship'last year, but here ts the opportunity. Every available -taste- should be taken by the time, the, u.-.der way. The Vets this year will be considerably changed, hut early this morning the following appeared to be .available: Pooger. goa'; F. Henderson .and Marion, defense; Reber, Turcotte, 'Paul Snd W. hTendersoh, forwards. Grant will also turn out If they are available, the former for the goal position and the latter for the forward The Taber team held the Moun; ties to a tie.in a game there which took 20 minutes overtime, so a great game is expected here. 4. Q 4 v fl v MACLEOD PLAYS PINCHES >r CREEK'NEW YEAR'S DAY ff -r ff t A district leaguo game will ho staged on Now Year's Day at Plr.chBr Greek when Pincher and Macleod will play off their postponed game of Weil- needay; This will be the first C- lime these teams have met this season, and1 a big crowd of Piricner" Oreesi.'faris will he .on clieer on their hope- p fuls WISE OLD Solomon Benjamin Franklin Varcii? Auretlua Plato Charlie Comlskey Slonsieur De scamps Famous Hockey Stars Join Pro. Ranks can always tell Tjhat luck a 1 professional direr has when he Is fit oown to recover lost whiskey.: I If ho comes right up, ho hasn't found j lit; and If he stajs down a long, long f'whJle, he's located It Life should seldom worry an he has mil few trials. Major League Teams Arc Getting Over the Florida Fever Bxiradiie Them on Charges of Ask Change'df Venue CHICAQO, Dec. charge un- der, which it is hoped to extradite White Sos baseball players, indicted THE DEVIL'S PROPERTY, The cornet-player next- door. The woman upsta'rni Your wife's 'relatives. Guys who Tihivji) uhllo work. Cold storage eggs Song jiluggers. Umpires. "DRIVES" ________________ ,_____ _______.. II you give' them they 011 charges ofrthrowlng games In the'.want If you don't .'give; them series is ac- anything, they sdctfoance you as. an cording to an announcement today alien enemy. In either case.you are" fjvm the state's attorney's office. Con- ;a tightwad and in no yon get Epiracy.'is a felony and an extraditable any credit, so what's the' use? 'It waG, an- (nt of Frank Fredorlckeon, tho famous Fal- con hockey leaves this week to iota'the Victoria louiu In the'Pa- cific Coast protcs3iGii.il league. nbunced, has. drawn tho assignme the 'indifcied- 'white players' and olh'ers. the s baseball This is the last Intimated that attorneys representing a change'oi venue. Ip'event there Is' no' cbarisa made in the assignment of the If there, was a .Federal tax ou 'whH a: know "DTCr to tlodga.the.asses- str ,theories hava Tilden and Johnson Beat Brooked in the Doubles Event AUCKLAND, N., Z., Dec. Aus- tralasia .lost her. tennis .laurels here this afternoon t challengers from 161: account for the Vbill. way hey the emblematic or'lh" world's !eat nowadays tennjs tho last competition of 1320, BO foot-.cases before, they are brought to ball fans should.1 this ing if they have in their coupons. Now's the time to tho'fund that big boost lo .start tho Xew Year off right. Cheques mailed to all winners up to and including- Dec. c, confirmation of the cabled reports of theso games having been received. OXFORD-CAMBRIDGE WON LONDON, Dec. Oilord- team won the cross-coun- try, race at Rochamplon today from tho Cornell Hill aud Dale runners. "BATTLING" NELSON NOW A REFEREE Judge: McDonald's activity during the grand jury'investlgation which re- sulted' in the indictment of the hall players, Irresponsible for this atti- tude hf; the' detendanls' It IB said. TABER ftQCKEY TEAM COMING >VITH ROOTER .'.GANG-FOR.JAN. 1 GAME It is very the head has grown it over-balances the .on: .-hands enlarged .that L in the-tenth Carp. College. Cheer-leaders. MudcaU. Crapshooters. Perch. 1 1 ji Checker.playeri. Moat' Voters. (From Our Own Correspondent) TABEIt, Dec. hockey boys are slightly ruffled ut a reference to tho strong Pass teams, after Monday's game. Mgr.' Douglas Is doing his best to prove that there are strong prairie Every little vampire has a ment all her own. Earnest Your Idea of a -J i aMrDSS j For tho hosllles pitches better! shonld hnvo been a fullback. (Copyright National .Newspapef Service.) 1UUTISH EAIHASSY TEAM AT WASHINGTON TRIMS ALLIED TEAM AT SOCCER WASHINGTON, Dec. 'nmsclCS anu uniiuva iiiumineut I along diplomatic row today, arising from a soccer football match yester- day between a team ot the British embassy attaches and an allied force- from four other embassies or lega- tions. The Uritous'wbn flvo to two, [despite thc tact thai they loaned three lo the allied team 13 fill its ranks tn war strongtli. General IMhel. British military at- tache, captained Iho IJritlshers whilo Capt. liunllngldn Italian military at- tuchft, led the allied" heat which In- cluded two other Italians, tour men from Tho Netherlands, ono [ir.izlllan and ono Argentine diplomat In addition to the three borrowed Britishers. by the next served ball returning It Hunter, Alberta's Best Golfer, To Become a Pro, CouUy Court Judgo George Patior-i son of the Bluenoso Curling cluh, New-] Is .a good, all-round ciirler t and has skipped nany matches In' ihter-eiub epiels. During Ma college pears at Dalhouele University Judge; I Patterson-played football and has'. al-j wnya takoh a keen and active Inier- lesl In all lines ot sport He is an er-{ V P P and his ability as a fluent! land graceful speaker him ol j I remarkable -io'cbil value lo the Ca'na 1 dlan Uam. 1 J. J. successful druggist! (ot Sidney, Is a skip in tho I dull. .He has bcetr curling for a good Skating Tomght Admission 2Sc end 1Ec, Hockey Match Tomorrow Afternoon 2.15 p.m. baSC billli Mf- J- roany years and Is remarkably skilful went of the Davles cup -lhe o( [he.Cflnadlan slohes Mr Turnbull I9 very- 5 is '3 c 'nonc3 In height) writes popular in Scolla curling clr- iio ii rae t''at ''ia com'ns season If a got.d cles who are of opinion tbst he' ina presents itself, ho lias give a good account of himself (mile decided !o leave tho ranks of tho ovf, ftmateurs nnd join the professional i W. J. BUsch >j( the torces. Ho would especially llko, to Halifax, curllrrg for twelve fisciire a position In the states, follow- WIRELESS TO CURLERS Ing the precedent of famous Scot TABER VS. LETHBRIDGE VETS Skating After Atfmltjbn 50c for match and 'skating. Skating In Evening with Sand. lirookca and thc victors heartily, a which had witnessed match cheered lustily. off ho was defeated by "Bobbto" Malr of the ISowncss Golf club, Calgarj, who left this month to lako 3 perma- nent pnslllon in Memphis, Tennessee, frank Adams, tho past three seasons the pro, at lhe Si. Charles cluh, Win Scotland on board thc fCmprcss is another pro. who Is leaving Franco wish to extend lo all their j Canada, Arlams Is. the Open Cham- brother players in Oiisuta wishes foriplon of Winnipeg nnd. ilistrlct. Mr. bright, pr-o.iporoiis and.very happy L- New Year. May., your game's this winter be conlcslen kccnjy and lhe The winners hftVe challenged the host of goorj fellowBhfp cootlnuo ate state Hunter, by the way, la generally re- orted to be the longest driver In tho lomfnlon. From the! lea ho takes every advnfllagn of his wrnmandlng Inches, poi Do architect by profession. Lleut.-.M. H. V. Adams of tho Hall- fax Cu'rlljj'g club. Is a good shot and plays a fail clone. He has been a member-of th'pc'ub for fonrtcen years and never a senior skip has aclcd In capaclly o.n numerous occasions, an excellent rlflo shot and plryed football for the Wan- derer't' ilnb htrd In his younger days. He Is a member of the Insurance Hnn of Thompson nr.d Adsrr.s. t'ultcfton Ot the'New Cale- donia club, rictou, Is ihe youngest member of tfH1 Nova ScoHan rink. Curlers call him a reliable shot and count on a pprtormnnco from him In tho Inn.a of the heather. We Are Experts in Repairing'.and! Retreading Tirea Bargains In Second Hand LETHBRIDGE VULOANUtiNQ WORK8 i 712 3rd Avenue South E. 410 FIFTH STREET, ;