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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THT? T BTRBKTTXJ1! DAILY HZKAM) WEDNKSDAT, FEBRUART BRINGING UP FATHER I MOPS YOU TO xy AND MEAR McManus WE CATER FOR BANQUETS PARTIES LODGES OUR DINING-ROOM AND OUR FACILITIES ENA3LC TO GIVE A SERVICE THAT WILL PLEASE. THE SIL VER GRILL HOCKEY vs. LETHBRIDGE STAGE IS SET FOR BIG GAME TONIGHT; LETHBRIDGE IS OUT TO WIN; SPECIAL TRAIN COlNGi 4P0RTING LIFERS' THE LONG AGO Give as the black-browed villain, and I the sweet, heroic Give us the dashing hero, he who held Early Birds Will Get Beit Reserved Big i Rush at Has One Hundred Reserv- j ed Room Has Been j Gh'e "8 the scene where the demon Accommodate Between Two and Three Thousand Iaughs throusil Fans. Tonight is the big night for Lethbridge in the 1 Crow's Nest Hockey League. Tonight Lethbridge and Blairmora face each other in what promises to' be the, Best game of this season on home ice. Leth- bridge must win the game. Blairmore says Blairmore must win, so a good hot hockey game is assured. Lethbridge is fighting for a place in the league that will give it an opportunity to try for the cham- pionship. Blairmore is fighting to maintain its hold on the first position, both against Lethbridge and Coleman. You will have to be at the rink early. Only two hundred reserved seats are being sold. One. hundred of these go to Blairmore. The reserved seats are not numbered but are sold at a twenty-five cent advance over the standing room, and as far as the ticket hold- ers for the reserved seats are concerned it will be first come first served.' Additional standing room accommo- LethbrlilEe will put on tie ice j dation has been provided that will against Blairmore practically the same make the capacity of the rink to team which has been so successful im Bliglitly over two thousand fans. No making a clean sweep of the recent additional seating in the reserve sec-1 games and of putting this city 1n a tion has been provided, but th> him-j position to ba considered an adver- her provided has been used to enlarge Isary for the championship. That the the rink so that an additional two Lethbridge boys were able to come thousand people will be able to see from the bottom (posit.ion and climb the way they have is sufficient reason Give ns the nights when we jettison- ed our heads o'er the gallery And the noises that we super-induced roared out like a raging gale! Give us the shot from the ancient gun, and the thrill that had never a sting, As the villain, boy, tin- the wing! a piece right out of Give us the whip of S. Legree, with Its hissing venomous tune, Howl us again the howl of the wolves on the track of Daniel. Boone! And the railroad scene, where the fly- ing train (almost) cut tsa hero in two, And the battle-whirl where the bandit gang were chased by the boys in blue! Give us a perch In the upper deck, where the tax was two a throw, And give us again the spirit of Tenth, and the shows of the long ago! to give them all the support you can the game tonight. Divided Seats _ The management ot the rink has! tonight because a loss tonight will divided evenly the reserved seating practically eliminate Lethbridge from accommodation. It Is not expected that; the title position, the one hundred seats provided Blair- Billy Henderson, Boucher, Duko more .will be sufficient to hold all the Henderson, Gordon Reber and fans who will come with that team will all be on the ice .tonight. "Walk- and it is one sure bet the one hundred er, who made his appearance recent- given to the local team will only be a drop in the bucket of what could have been sold had there been seats to sell. So the management has done the best it could iu providing additional accom- modation for the viewing of the game. ly will be among the subs. It is ex- pected, and if be is he -will be called into the game. So come out tonight antl come early. Blairmore fans arrive at six o'clock in the evening on a special train. Men gro" and weak, Whisky Taber Overcomes Three-Goal Lead To Beat Maeleod Davis, Centre Ice Man for Taber WM Big Noise on Scoring End Fritz poked In Macleod'a fourth. la the scrambling after, a player Croai each side got laid off, and as the end was near, were sentenced for life, but while centre scrimmage was on again, the gong rang, score 5 to 4. For rushes, shots, sudden changes, the game tonight had the rest backed off I the map. Livingstone, Taber, refereed and Hammond ot Maeleod, acted as judge of play. And no doubt Mac from Taber, asked Mac from Maeleod, after the game, "and how is kid broth- The line up: Maeleod goal; Me- Parland, right defence; Fritz, left de- fence; Powers, centre; Murphy, right; Levasscur, left; Byrne and Purdie, spares. Taber goal: Carleton, right defence; McParland, left de- fence; Davis, centre; Ingalls, right; carried 'off the honors by defeating] Douglas, left; Blue and spares. Maeleod in the game here tonight, by score of 5 to 4. Two other goals (From Ocr Own Correspondent) TABER, Feb. the most excit- ing game of hockey witnessed hero this winter, the Taber Crow leaguers were netted by the locals, but the teams were called back on offsides or for other reasons. Skating fast, and seeming the locals at their mercy, and playing well together, Mac- leod rushed flie pace, but in the last period the Taber men made a spurt and ran away with the- game.' The game in brief, was a complete turn- over, after the undertaker seemed all that was necessary. The march of the Maeleod team to OLD COUNTRY FOOTBALL LEAGUE STANDINGS League standing! up to Saturday, January 2Hth English Oiviilon P. W. D. L. F. A. Burnley......24 18 5 3 63 19 37 Newcastle U. 24 13 5 Bolton W.....25 11 .25 11 .14 11 .84 11 .25 9 .85 10 .25 8 grows old and strong. Isn't then aome back, but was rushed up again, and the Rhonalda was, punctuated by thej 13 4 accents of the hockey bell, and the: ETerton as 10 10 youthful crier of the games, and a Liverpool 2411" softer atmosphere Invited more spec-l tatora than at last nirht'3 game. Few Manchester U. were on band at the hour, but about Tottenham H.' 8.20 a crowd of about 150 were calling _aenai for the face-off, and. with a few dollars A .ton villa np by way of sport, proclaim- od, "they're off." But tbe home folks! preBton E. .24 9 began to stare In about three minutes, w Bromwich A..24 7 for Maeleod rushed things so fast that .24 Taber players began to look like mile- Blackburn' R. .24 stones beside a fast limousine. The city ..23 puck was generally somewhere else. T. .25 7 Maeleod forwards travelling, antl Sheffield U.....27 when the mass attack against Maeleod gidham A......24 goal which started things was over, County .24 the puck went tbe other way. It came 6 47 28 31 6 46 29 31 7 40 30 30 41 38 30 42 23 29 7 7 37 31 29 8 7 45 38 28 4 9 53 36 26 8 S 38 35 26 5 10 41 43 25 8 D 31 39 24 6 10 37 35 23 9 8 29 40 23 7 9 26 37 23 8 9 35 36 22 7 9 32 34 21 6 12 20 30 20. 4 10 13 24 48 IS 3 9 12 24 58 15 2 10 12 18 34 14 4 6 15 38 49 13 P.CJHITE1SHED Prize Money Grows Every Week Everyone Co-operate For a Bigger Contest Again women are appearing in the Game on Pincher Creek Ice Won by Home Youngsters by 4 to 0 Score la PINCHER CREEK, Feb. good crowd turned out to witness the boys from Bellevue play the Pincher jun- iors, as the weather was just right. Pincber scored two goals in tho competi-, tne otner Bellevue tried hard Avenue, to get even one but no luck u M. M n Sn ln' S., Lethbridge, one of the takers of first prize in last week's contest, the results for which appear below. The contest has been growing rapidly .within the past two weeks. For last week the flrst prize money amounted to We would like to It was a very clean game all tbe way through, only one or two being fenced for short periods. Pincher Creel; Bellevuo The line-up: goal Ambrose this fltty. It is np to you. Get your friends to send In coupons. Taylor More coupons the larger the prize nnthie money. Following are the winners The flrst prise of 130.00 for ten cor- rect is divided .between the following, each to receive Mrs. D. Milne, 817 8th Ave. S., city. C. R. Doe, 112 16th St. N., city. Charette Dobbie McLean defence forwards suba Johyson Brown MatRou Allsop Cousina Fisher J. T. Partaa, 533 ISth St. A.N.[ city! The second of 112.00 for nine j correct Is shared by the two follow- feggor Walter P. Clayton of St. ing, each to receive 10.00: W. H. Anderson, 631 5th St. S., city. W. Knowlea, Gen. Del., city. Coca Cola 1st 2nd Take Two Out of Three in League ions Win Two way to make tho propar conjunction? "S. B." Strictly Business. Special Benifit Some Baby. Strong Booze. Stolen Bases. Safe Blowora. Stew Bums. Straw Bonn. Strike after play at both ends, with the Tab- er defence having to rush in. Maeleod English Division P. W. D. L. F. A. Pts. rushed again, and In a scrimmage, 2-1 15 3 6 53 23 33 Levassenr ripped it in. Maeleod slip- Cardiff City .'.'..24 IS 7 in and around again, and Murphy Brigtoi city .85 13 7 her into centre, or either Me- Blackpool 25 13 5 Parland of Maeleod or Fritz got well Shields ..24 13 0 up before losing it, and presently Le- We3t Ham 0. ..26 12 vasseur slipped up ahead and with United 11 I golf drive, netted another. Maeleod county J24 9 continued its tactics, with pretty good Bury 2510 combination, defeating that of Taber. Forest 9 In a melee, MeParland (Taber) got j clapton orient .24 9 If the present styles of costuma neither known by the dainty finger naile. nd caught straight Jones, or turned them off, and first time came with no change, 2-0. The i referee hadn't much more than turned 6 10 6 9 Fulham 24 7 Hog cholera doesn't PlS3. i them loose again, when on a stray ghe'iheld W 25 affect Coventry City ..23 4 37 20 83 5 31 17 33 7 32 25 31 6 41 23 30 0 7 34 30 5 10 30 27 27 8 7 31 24 26 6 9 33 31 26 7 8 8-1 2S 25 6 9 28 28 24 B 10 27 S3 24 3 11 31 35 23 7 10 33 34 23 9 11 24 39 23 0 10 31 27 32 9 26 27 22 9 25 32 21 7 10 21 30 21 Johns College, Annapolis, Md. The Siesta, Clayton's entry, the. smallest yacht ever entered In a crops- ocean race has a waterline of only 45 between.th.'followlng for eight cor- beara and draws 8'5 rect, each to rewive 50 cents Syd Wallls, City Police, city. D. Botham, 1201 2nd Are. city. T. Aldrich, Boi 30, city. W. Pallon, Taber. W. rallon, Taber. Geo. Field, 1618 2nd Ave. A.N., city. C. Castles, 704 9th Ave. S., city. David Paterson, Coleman. Mrs. W. Holberton, 271 7th Ave. A.S. city. Mrs. W. Holberton, 271 7th Ave. A.S. city. P. Thomas, 13th St. N., city. P. MacFarlans, 913 13th St. S., city. H. Macllvena, City Hall, city. Mrs. D. Milne, 817 8th Ave. S., city. Sam Atherton, Kirkham Block, city. G. Fuller, 630 18th St. N., city. Robt. Wilson. 622 7th St. 3., city. Mrs. J. C. Hooker. Fernie, B.C. D. Walker, 313 7th Ave. S., city.- D. Priestly, 721 14th St. N.. city. E. C. Needs, 1244 5th Ave. A.S., city. YACHT RACE ENTRY Smoke Recommended by of tobacco 5 14 19 35 17 6 13 21 48 IS NEXT SUMMER 4 17 Jl W 10 t The Giants were too strong for the Herald five in the city bowling league laat night, and took the oilii game, rolling 2549 for the three games, j while the Herald got 2445. Percy I Irwin was high average with B07 and Sloan high individual with 22S. (Doubles Score in Crow League In the second game the Dominions took two out of three from the Coca Colas, rolling 2375 against 2250. Ca.pt. Dawson of the Dominions was high single with 192 and Dick Smith was high aggregate with 637. The scores: puck, and flying np. It entered the atockport Co'ty..24 3 Taber net for Madeud's third. Rushes on the Maeleod nets followed, and! Ppnllsh teaaua Third Division it till nert mimmor T B i Davis' hot drlve square on p. W. D. L. P. A. Pts. 11 'wllel1 T' Ray- i Maedonald, but was soon gone. Palace "4 6 6 39 23 33 Bhota. slant shnt- ami rushes were fre- Southampton .24 12 8 quent, Ingalls got fenced, and shortly Swlndon Town ..33 12 6 after, Carleton whipped the puck clean A ..2613 4 from tho defence line to Davis, near 23 13 3 Queen's 12 5 10 S 10 6 Town ..24 8 10 mond Cobb Is whizzing on that managerial Job! Wait till nost summer, when the mighty Ty Kxhorts his men, with fury In his eye! "Do as I do! Get lively! Can't Th Yi o speed- PHONE Mi NEW YORK, Feb. first en- try for the trans-Atlantic yacht racei trophy offered by King Albert of Bel- glum waa received today from Pro- 410 FIFTH STREET the Maeleod uu ua i no: uec llvelv! Cant vnu RPO B 'he way to win 'em Is to ?oHoTrae! shot, and the umpire lifted Town ..24 Stanage! Show some Liveliness d' ?l v''as not allowed' Tows ...24 some speed- dcclarmg; a mistake, but In- Swansea Town .24 Game on Coleman A Nice Game Sloan Hopper Nelson Freeatone Irwin Toy McNabb Wilier Jonei1 Frey Giants 1st 155 154 210' 141 179 839 Herald lat 127 113 21C 155 191 (From Our Own Corroepomlent) COLEMAN, Feb. add- ed .-mother to its Hiring of wins in 3rd Tot. I the Crow Hockey Leagun tonight 543 when the home brews bulgeri the nets 429 six times while tlrnek was 4 42 18 32 5 56 30 30 9 28 21 30 7 39 24 29 7 41 21 29 6 39 25 28 8 40 38 26 6 23 32 26 10 34 40 26 5 22 18 Z4 27 27 24. Yourself like lightning to the ad- GrimsV.Tow'n' !ii 8 610233522] joining base! The third tni-nw] tbe crowd H.A..25 7 7 11 27 40 21! Watch how I do me atart hepl" to hem in the I Noi-wlch City ...23 5 10 8 20 25 20: and maliinj mass attacks soiithend U.....25 S 413233420 Spikes to the front and make 'em hon onc atter had their re-1 county.24 8 3 13 42 19 j aside! 'ward. Sometimes. Maeleod wmtld get; Brentford.....24 6 711244119. Watch how I hit you'll do like away' s'-riInmiiSRs around Taber's Reading......25 8 3 14 28 36 IS me, seal were frequent, and Malo kept Portsmouth -.23 5 8 10 2527 18 510 500 567 819 2nd 190 170 150 180 161 3rd 187- Tot. 504 310 560 465 494 finding them for throe. clean game in which showed up well. Coleman Thu Johnson Dtwion yttlean 80.1 Dominions 1st 2nd 179 178 133 192 149 130 :51 15S 161 183 3rd Tot. 495 442 488 409 Gresack Hogan Jewel] Gate Cosgrift A. flniliam F. Graham Cornett goal right wing left wing centre It. was a nico the visitors line-up Pincher McLean Alexande Marquis P. McLean Charette Armstrong Malo having little Lots of guys never realize how old 481 i they look till some kindly woman, with a sweetly sympathetic face, tries to J23 .769-23751 give them her in a trolley car, No other club can flgure one-two-three! i Don't mind a broken neck, a busted wlth tlle others owlnB to front door scrimmage, but he played a lino game at that. But in the main, Taber j kept hunting the nets, and Davis I Rai Do as I do, and can't fail to Oh 'Wait till next summer, when T. Raymond Cobb Is working in that managerial job! Copyright National Newspaper Service t.. DISTRICT HOCKEY LEAGUE STANDING Gilllngham ..24 4 7 13 23 53 15 Scottish League P. W. D. L. F. A. Pts. I quickly scored on Ingalls' pass. All kinds of shots were peppered at Mac- tngera Celtic Partick T. rtnnald, and soon Davis made a clean Motherwell drive scoring ngaln, but the referee Dundee didn't see it, for as the puck cams' Hearts..... out, an offside was occurring, BO in Third Lanark spite of yells, they faced off not a i Airdrleonians "ozen yards to the side, and Maeleod i Morton I hadn't got far, when Ingalls, getting: Hibernians the puck, pasHwl to Davis, who netted; Aberdeen ..29 25 ..29 22 ..29 14 ..23 13 ..28 12 ..30 13 ..28 14 ..29 12 10 12 1 70 18 53 3 56 20 48 7 41 27 Blairmore Ottoman Lethbridge Taber Pincher Crock Maeleod..... Won. Lost. Pet. .857 -777 .571 .428 .142 .142 Tuesday Night's Reiulta Taber 5, Maeleod 4, at Taber. Coleman S, t, at ColaouA. another. The was now a tio, j Queen's Park hot drives on the Tabor nuts occurred J Albion Rovers with attempts to horn in the Manlood Clyiln..... defence after. Near Taber nets, n Ayr United Maeleod man got fonccd, anil shortly i Raith Rovers after Davis slid out of n centre mixup iFalkirk and ran away scoring with the Mac-j Kilmarnock ieod defence drawn nut. Shortly after I Clydebank ho did tho s.irne irlc.k asaln. Maeleod Hamilton A. pulled together, and tho game got, St. Mlrren MiMd In front of the Taber nets, and I Dumbarton O I J. bl uu i D 7 60 38 35 I 9 7 38 29 33 9 9 43 38 33 4 10 57 40 32 8 9 50 40 32 8 53 38 32 ..29 11 7 11 40 43 29 9 10 11 34 35 28 .28 S 10 10 32 54 26 ..30 8 10 12 44 48 26 ..2fi 11 2 13 36 40 24 ..29 7 10 32 33 49 24 ..29 11 2 16 39 46 24 "HERALD" Football Competition THISWpEK RULES GOVERNING THE COMPC- TITION ARE AS FOLLOWS: .28 .28 ..29 ..38 7 12 42 49 23 S 6 14 37 54 22 4 14 11 31 43 22 10 13 25 42 22 7 3 13 37 67 17 5 t 22 27 72 13 1. Thfi competition will called The Heral Football Competition. 2. Competitors will be to as many entries at) they desire, provided each entry is accompanied by twenty- (ivo cents, anil couijuna to thu num- ber of entries. 3 Competitors must cross out tht names of the cluba they thluk w.II lose and cross out the namett of both if they consider a draw will result 4 Coupono can only be secured from the Spntlnff Pufe of The Herald. 5 AU monies received will be re- turned in prlicB. The amount and numbers of prizes will be published Monday morning for that week's cnims Hcaultn of competitions will be published every Wednesday and rhcQiica to succeuBful competitors will he mailed ImmMintely on receipt of rotiflrmfitlon by the Athletic News. S. AH he posted or de- livered to Thp Herald before intfl- nl-ht on Frtddys, A Friday post- mark from ootnti outdid? of the city of Lethlirtdffe wft) be considered as containing n entry. 7. Thn nnme addresa of the competitor must be dourly marked on en oh coupon. 8. Stnmp9 mint not bo used as pty- mpnt for entrfm 4. All entrlrm Tm the Kd'tor. Fooftwll Com petition, The Herald. LethhrMra. 10. The PMItor's decision will bfl final. 11. Employees of Ttiit FTfirtlfl arc tarred from the ENTRY FORM GAMES PLAYED FEB. 5TH, ENTRlBfc CLOSE FEB. 4TH MIDNIGHT FIRST DIVISION Bolton vs Bradford City. Bradford vs Tottenham. Burnley vs Aston Villa. Chelsea vs Ntweattle. SECOND DIVISION West Ham vs Lstdg. Stockport vs Hull City. Port Vale Clapton Or. va South THIRD DIVISION Watford vs Swindon. Reading va Luton. Portsmouth vs Plymouth. Mlllwall vs Southend. SCOTTISH LEAGUE Alrdrieonlans vs Ayr United. Clyde vs Clyucbank vs Dundee. Dumbarton vs Hearts. I enter the Herald Football Con petition in accordance with the rulos and conditions announced above, and agree ,to accept the pnb lished decision aa final and legalij binding. AddrtM ;