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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX LEi'HBHrnoR DAILY HKIUI MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1920 '.'BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus NO ONfc. AR.COHO AND OMUX TWO HUH: EVtfW NEED IN IT- COULD AROUND THE IN IT FOOD AND XVi l IT NOW tlAX THM" MFE-BOAt COOt-O THE IN OF Big Three Night ice Carnival Planned by Rink Heads Lethbridge Hockey Team Tries to Line Up Games For Tour of North Cities Curlers Will Play Down For City Draws The next item of interest to the curlers is the play-down for the "Wright Shield." emblematic ot the "city championship." This shield, which is now in its third year, presented for. the above pur pose to the curlers cif Lethbrldgo by It A. Wright. The-first year it was won hy Jos. Aird; the nest, last year, it was won by D. U. McN'abb. It becomes the property ot the skip winning it tho T.ethbridge district league hockey Edmonton teams and wouldn't mind most times in five years, team has two more games lo play, [taking on some of the Big Four aggro- It is a beautiful trophy and fittingly Four wins' have been chalked up in [gallons. Of course they hardly er- the competition has always heen ol four times out and it would only be f pcct to win from such teams as tbe the keenest. Tills year will be no ex- fcy the merest fluke that Lethbridsc Edmonton Eskimos and Calgary ception; Intact, there is .a larger en- could be beaten. The two games of the schedule still to play are with .Macleod and Taber. Tbe locals play at Macleod and 'Taber is due to play here. 1-cth- fcridge easily defeated Macleod here Wanderers lint they tliink could give them flit 11 ruu for tlieir money. The weather hero is 50 uncertain and home tec and it is acushes while iho picking: was good ate last summer. From'this large and varied col lection, of yonitg men Connie lopes to get --within' waiting' distance of the American league'., flag. He would love, t'o in the breeza.. foolish enougtf for 1920. HpVJ- V Connie fad mflch.luck since he converted into casli in the hand some'-few years ago ifter pennant winning-- hart becomo sort of a monotony with him and a half-hearted cheering matter with tho 'ans of Philadelphia. But from the top of Uie heap to .he bottom was n long slide and after he fans had -breath .bey began to supplant their cheers .vith Jeers, and they maile themselves conspicuous hy their absence at the jail park. So last summer Connie, decided he'd lave to get himself another ball learn. Ele bought the whole shootin' match nt Atlanta, and Atlanta was some pumpkins in the Southern association ns the final standing of. the 1919 rac.e will show. Connie took what, he want- ed and then picked upfa few more here and there. Harry Davis will help him out again next season, and then there IB Danny .Murphy, engaged lo coach the young- sters. It looks like a" busy spring for Mavis and Murphy. He has four veteran ney, N'aylor, Jing Johson1 and Scott Perry; ItRtph Perkins, holdover catcher; Dick Burrus, first baseman; Dugan, short; Whltey Wilt, second; Fred Thomas, third; George Hums, Amos Slrunk anil Clarence Walker. Tho rest of them are; new. There arc ten new pitchers: George Gibson, Canadian league; Bryan Har- of Houston; Charles Eckert, ol Suffolk; William Plerson, of Atlantic City; Hob Hasty, of Atlanta; Pat Mar- lin, of Hinghamplon; Dave Keefe, ol Reading; Ed. Hommell, of Newark; Lylo DiKbce. of Kenllle, :and Roy Jloore of Waco. Bill Stiles, of Altaian; Glenn Myatt of Houston, and John Walker, ol tho Western league, are new catchers. Ivy Griffin, of Atlanta, Is a new firsl TORONTO ST. PATRICK'S HOCKEY TEAM OF THE NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE lOoldle Trailers, Frank Hoffcraao, Koacn, Cecil "Babo Uro, Ken. Jlanilnll, 'oceeds may go towards opcrallon nd better sorvlco niay he given. Tho committee, wliicli is headed ly apt. George Porter, is trying to in- Test Veterans, Kotarlans, the Hockey lub, lie schools, and every otiiei jjossiblo in the project eo int Iho end of the undertaking all ebtB may bo wiped out. To this end they have lined up an -tractive program wliich will be cov iby one ticket, three big perform- ncea being, arranged.- On'Wednesday night ot this week 'ill be School Pupils' night and an :e tournament will staged unique n the history of the city. Followin s the program: At J. o'clock there wil in an Inler-school hockey game o .wo 20'minute .JierlodB. Following vrll >o: Boys' race, 12 'years and utider hrea laps; girls' race, 12 years am" under, three race, IS am over; High School girls' race, fiV' ps. Hoy and; girl fancy skaters arizes will also bo given. Skating wi .ake place after the races. There ul ho a good banil-.In 'attendance an here should be u thousand people ou tor the event, Thursday evening will see somethln in tho farm of 'Ice-polo. You1 bavo to see it to npprecbto It. It 1 played 'with a football and old broom Two teams of-lr4 men a side will stag the event. inning and Brn: Codd will be the captains of the tw aggregatioua. Obviotrsly kicking you skate tbr'otigh-.thB football is tabo Preceding tho ame there wl a sera an. Jimmy Dykes of the same- team la new. second baseman. While Chick Gallowaj', another racker, Till try at short. Art Bwoli, of the Western league, nd 'Frank Briznl, of Brooklyn, will for third. Outfield' candidates are Dob Mc- ann, of Suffolk; Rol) Alien from the astern league; Charles High from he 'Three-I; Fred Welch, Virginia be ndult races. The; men's race be for ten will skate s laps. A combination lady and gen race of three laps will also be stage In this race both skate forward in th first lap, the: gentleman skates Sac ward in the.secoiid lap, and both fo ward In the thirH." General skatin will follow'tho ico polo contest, The carnival nest week wil! bo he! on the most, convenient date early i tlic week; Tickets are being' issued today fi Hie ovsnt rtnd-' a big ticket cominil'ti will be out to interest the public this' evenl.' It' Is' not 'to make mou tho pace, Silver JUrcU wu rlginal favorite. Roniala led alt the ay In the firct heat, but id heat ran to the outelde lad Mopped u (he snow, a: trick eha duplicated before tha week. TUo udges placed her, but sue refused score lu the third heat and was dls- anced. Touioi row's program consists ol 30 and 2.IS pace, with goad tleldt. Summary: Trot, Purae VtrKluli, M'oii; Slarost, second; ta, third. King McKcrron, also ime, 2.24. Named Rau, VWO Peter Peterson, woa; Silver March, econd; Union Hal, third. Florence olers; Homala and Bob McKlnney, so rau. Best time, S.lf. Eddie Beratr CITY TAX! SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Country Specialty Phone 1886. Office 409 3rd Ave. Lethbrltfgc. Alberta. Ride In MeLaughlln, Special, It coiU .no more. On AUTO LIVERY Special Service on Country Trips Phones 787 Residence 1210 Dominion Bowling Alleys Bailment, Dominion Bldg. ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 Fifth St. S. ANYTHING IN RADIATORS SOMETHING BETTER I am ttltl painting autos In the name old a good full line of imported, high grade etc. First to be obtained since hostilities ceased abroad. THE OLD CAR MADE NEW; HARRY W. SHORT 405 SIXTH AVENUE S. PHONE 417 Electric Welding CAR REPAIHINB Lawford Welding Co, 2nd Ave., Opp. Lethbridge Hotel 'Phone 1544 Wi HaVB-fnttalled z Full Equip. ment AUTOMOBILE RADIATORS Can handle all makes ot cue. Expert Hot Atr FurnMe Work, FREEL ELLIOTT aheet Metal 336 6th St. South Phone 1713 Vimy Auto Repair Shop Mams Block 13lh Street N. GENERAL REPAIRS FOR ALL MAKES OF CARS. By Experienced Meehanfct, FORD SERVICE AGENCY TIRES STORAGE Al.t- WORK 13 GUARANTEED 0, WILSON, W. TULLOCH ;