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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta BRINGING UP FATHER THF DATTT By G. McManus TUESDAY. FEBRUARY1.1021 WE CATER FOR BANQUETS PARTIES LODGES OUR DINING-ROOM AND OUR FACILITIES ENABLE US TO GIVE A SERVICE THAT WILL PLEASE. THE SIL VER GRILL NEW SEATS UNBER WAY FOR WEDNESDAY NIGHT'S GAME; EXPECT A THOUSAND FANS Tmn I3MRTING Blairmore Ordered Two Hundred Reserved Are Looking for Eight Hundred Lethbridge Follow-: Out and Give the Your Encourage-; merit Tlisre were millions of delightful Slitherings during the holidays, but, alas, Tom and Jerry didu't hold any I oldtinu; annual reunion. iTWO HOCKEY GAMES TONIGHT; i MACLEOD GOES TO TABER AND PINCHER GOES TO COLEMAN Work bn constructing the new Mats at the rink itirted Monday afternoon. Eight hundred people the aim set by She team man- aotment for its following of fans in Leinbridge and reports from Blairmore indicate a fallowing of two hundred. As a matter of fact, Blairmorc has asked for two hundred reserved seats. Whatever size the crowd will be It will be a big one. That is sure. So come to the rink larly Wednesday night. The game is Mheduled to commence at eight o'clock and If you want a seat -be on the pb. Thi local boys are keen for this it Is (joing. to be a grand match. Blilrmore is just as keen to win it as Lethbridge is becaUH a defeated Lethbridge would prac- tically leave Blairmore the undis- puted champions the Crow's Nest Hockey League. That is the drawing card for Wednesday night. If Lethbridge wins this city will practically be sure of a play-off with Blalrmnre for the championship. Two games with Blairmore should establish hockey in the hearts of the fans of southern Al- berta for a good long time. As all know hockey has gone with more pep this winter, due to weather conditions greatly, than it did last year, even while Leth- bridge was winning the provincial championship. So come out every one Wednes- day night ta give the beys your support. .Big Dance Scheduled in Social Hall After Game at Taber Will Keep Coleman Players Crowd Is Expected at Both As substitutes for hotues what's the matter with Caves, Igloos, Tepees, Hollow trees, Cliff dwellings and Hear dens? Martens. Blue fanatics. Loud-mouthed guys at boxing shows. Alt knockers, Moit nswlyvnds, 0 rounds here last night. iorae potshots that might not have iwnei1 to change things, until the rof- He made a number of fine though, worth rioting. Hang TUESDAY'S DRAW Peat vs Marra (Brew.) Nelson va Carberry. Clark vs Alrd. Jag. Shepherd va Greenway. WEDNESDAY Duff vs Scott. Crawford va Stewart. Nelson V9 McNabb. Peat VB Marrj, S. L. WILLIE MURPHY WINS ar( (Prom Our Own Correspondent) VUfcCAN, Feb. Vulcan Ladles' Curling Club has Invited (our Defeat Wesley by Tune of Forty- of the Ca'sary ladies' Curling n J Club to a bonspiel to be held, in Vnl- une to Uleven Last can on Wednesday the 2nd of t'ebra- Night lrv- Ttle Vulcan Ladies will entertain ________F tha Calgary rinks at a turkoy dinner! to be held in the rooms L.D.S. last night won the Sunday of the Hall on Wednesday School Basketball League champion- evening. jshlp on the Y. M. C. A. gym floor i The Brant hockey team played the I by a score of forty one to eleven from i Vulcan team here on Wednesday, Jan. Wesley. The L.D.S. boys had it all, 26th. The Brant team went I their own way right from the with a firm respect for the Vulcan playing better combination and have boys, having been licked by a score of a big edge on the weight question. j one to three. It was a good game At the end of the first half the score and lots of class and speed were in was twenty-one to eighteen in favor; evidence, although tho Brant boys of the winners. At the opening of the j seemed to be somewhat shy of corn- second period Wesley got the first j bination work, and the local puck score but L.D.S. soon had one and artists were a little too fast and heavy then they were away. Often the Wcs- tor them, ley hoop was left unguarded with din- 410 FIFTH BTREtT astrous results. The score follows Frsllc played a steady defence but In a scrimmage were ovor- korne by weight and combination in vrbteh Taber'at times showed up well, ftat often poorly. and Rose down more than once with a clockwork taamwork that augured well, but In time of danger, Taber and defence soon massed to- sjcther so that a shot on goal, landed on somebody's pads, and Taber rush generally carried the. Ielsewhnro. Ferko did some Kerko j work, tallying once himself, Morrisi ereerH bell rang, scorn 2 in of Taber. Macl'ariand acted a favor ref- MENDLESOHM WINS TOLEOO, Fob. Johnny Mendel- i isree, and TurcottR, as judge of play. of Milwaukee outpointed Tony atul little complrilnt was heard. Tho audience thoroughly enjoyed the show, htit eh, fooyfl. it was cold. The line-up Taber .....goal ......Sluhlmrt .r def......... Unio ...1 def....... Gnrrick centra Kerr ...left cnrr right Toiton spare Mugee ...spare l.wch Sang..... Kralic___ Rose____ Hutton... Groenway Zlll of Ynungstown in every round of their 12-ronnd bout hero last night, according to newspapermen, at the ringside. MOTriwa aud Hutton were Periods; Four twenties. ASHTON KAYOES DONZA ST. LOUIS, Fob. scheduled eight-round bout hero last night be- tween "Ilabe" Asher, bantamweight champion of the American expedltlon- ary force and Ashton Donza of New L.D.S. Tullock, K Kessler, f A. Uepler, H. Hepler, Holrnau Wesley Geoghan, g Hamilton, g Livie, f Bernnard, g Sanqulst, f Baskets -1 Fouls Points 10 S 15 The Vulcan Hockey Club Is another of their popular dances oni Friday the 4th Inat. INDIAN PRINCE LOSES WRESTLING MATCH NEW YORK, Feb. the In- dian prince from Calcutta made an unsuccessful wrestling debut last night, losing to Tom Drank of Hoi- Baskets Fouls Points I land after only 18 minutes 50 sec- I onds. Draak won with a head scls- 1 2 sors and arm'lock. 11. BOCASH BEATS PHILADELPHIA. Feb. Louis Dogash of rirldgeiiort had the- better of Steve Latzi of Hazellon, Pa., in an eight-round bout horo last, night. SECRETARY OF C.T.A, DEAD TORONTO, Feb. Sargent, secretary of tho Commercial Travel- lers' association of Canada for 45 years, died at hia homo here yester- day. He was SO years old. SKATING TONIGHT from 8.00 till 10.00. 25c and 15c. Hockey Maidi TOMORROW NIGHT BLAIRMORE LETH. at 8 o'cHock. Phone 1849. Admission EOc. 100 available re- served seats 2jc. "HERALD" Football Competition THIS WEEK ROLES GOVERNING THE COMPE- TITION ARE AS FOLLOWS: HAPPY FELSCH GIVES HIMSELF UP TO POLICE] CHICAGO, Feb. "Happy" jpeisch( one of the eight Chicago Am- ROBINSON WINS erican league baseball players Jn- WOHCESTER, Mass., Feb. distort on charges of conspiracy in Robinson of Camhrlrlge, Mass., was tho alleged throwing of games In the given the decision over Jack McCar-'19I9 world's series, surrendered iron of Scranton, tn u ten-round, terday and was releaaed on bondi of] {felt Iwro lart night., .__ j 1. The competition will called Tho Football Comeetltlon. 2. Competitors will be entitled to as many entries they desire, provided entry la accotnpa .led by twenty- five cents, and coupuas to the num- ber of entries. 3 Competitors must cross out the names of the clubs they think w.lt and CTOBS out the names of both if they ronalder a draw will result 4 Coupons Can only be secured from the Spiitlmr Page of The Herald. 5 All monies received will he re- turned in prifces. The amount and numbers of prizes will be published "very Mondny morning for that week's [fiimwj of competitions will bo published pvery Wednesday and r-tiPa'Jf-.1; tn sucrwmfn] competitors will be mnilfl ImmMfntely on receipt of rrnnrmntton hv the Athletic News. 6. M> entries must he posted or de- livered tn Tnp Hprnld before mid- on A Friday post- mark from pilntw outside of the city nf IjPthhHrtce will hr considered as 7. The and address of thfl -nmpetltnr miiBt be cltorly marked on farfi coupon. 1 Sfnmpi" not te used pay- ment for f. All must hf nfMrfRSpfl tn t'lH Krt'tor. Pompntitlon. Tho 1ft Thn Sporting Brtltnr's will final. 11. of TttP bnrred from competition ENTRY FORM GAMES PLAYED FEB. BTH, 192 ENTRIES CLOSE FEB. 4TH MIDNIGHT FIRST DIVISION Bolton vs Bradford City. Bradford vs Tottenham. Burnley vs Alton Villa. Chelsea vs Newcastle. SECOND DIVISION West Ham vi Leeds. Stookport vs Hull City. Port Vale vs Bury. Clapton Or. vs South Shields. THIRD DIVISION Watford vs Swlndon. Reading vs Luton. Portsmouth vs Plymouth. MMIwall vs Southend. SCOTTISH LEAGUE Alrdrleonians vs Ayr United. Clyde vs Queen's Park. Clydebank vs Dundee. Dumbarton vs Hearts. I enter tlie Herald Football Cam petition In accordance with tho rules and conditions announcm! nbovo, and agree to accent the pub- lished decision as final ami legally binding. Atldrus ;