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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THF Ms NATTY ira FFjnuAftV 4. rtai BRINGING UP FATHER By G, McManus THINK MO VJDVS OR Tut WE CATER FOR BANQUETS PARTIES LODGES DININU.ROOM AND OUR FACILITIES'ENABLE us TO GIVE A SERVICE THAT WILL PLIABI. THE SIL VER GRILL Lethbridge Won Coveted Game From' Blairmore By Two To One; Record Crowd Saw Fast Hockey 4KMRT1NC AH Lethbridge Players Excelled Game Under with Help of Boucher and Billy Henderson, Scored Both Knee Severely Crowd Un- able to Get Into Rink. DISTRICT HOCKEY LEAGUE STANDING Lethbridge won. The score was two to one. Before the largest crowd of hockey-mad fans ever gathered together in Lethbridge the local boys played the best game of hockey of this season and took the Blairmore champions into camp by a score of two to one. Gordon Reber, with the assistance of Boucher and Billy Henderson, scored the two goals. Barbour scored the only tally for Blairmore. It was estimated that two thousand people saw the game. Blairmore representatives handed a written no- tice of protest to Dr. Connor before the game started. The reason given for the protest was the fact that Lethbridge was playing Grant, who, the Blairmore men claim, has no Tight to play in the Crow's Nest League. Whether Blairmore wins their protest or not, Lethbridge has this much satisfaction: they have de- feated the league leaders and have shown they 'are the best team in the league. Blairmore shut out Cole- man when those teams last met and last night Leth- bridge beat Blairmore in a game that should have finished three to nothing. Lethbridge played hockey. So did Blairmore. It was hockey all the way. The checking was as hard as it possibly could have been and remain within bounds. Blairmore was "out to put Boucher away. They handled him rough all the time but they did not overcome his wonderful stamina. i 4 Coleman Blairmore LETHBRIDGE Taber Pincher Creek Macleod..... Won. Lost. Pet. .777 The baseball players stand in serried rows, To down the are dead- ly But when the game is over, these same birds' Will paste each other on the lip and nose. Full many a soldier, on the of France, Fought for another In the tierce ad- vance, And, when the battle ended, back Is camp, Swung on his buddy if he had a chance! Wednesday Night's Remit Lethbridge 2, Blairmore 1, at Leth bridixe. Ottr in the Arctic Confronted Death, gripped hands, and '140 Bayly And, when the strain had ended, scrapped and fougbt. Bearing themselves like tomcats, badly riled! All Stars To pick any one man out of the Lethbridge team and say he starred would be rani; injustice. They all starred. The back checking of the I couple of weeks and then watch the fim. There would b'e a combination that would clean up anything in SmitlHirn Alberta. Walker, while on the ice played hard. He wa3 just us Lethbriilse team was wonderful. This anxious to win that gamo aa he could was the first real exhibition of back possibly be. and with his playing no w'th Wal checkin" the Lethbridge hoys have put fault could be found. While playing Reber and suspected him of having. Boucher had stuck a great'deal to his position but Kent up the ice a few times. Riber Scores The ateond period eommanctd at 9.08 with Rther back on the left wing. Two mlnutea later Me Fee on the fence. Graham the centre man for waa gettlnf Into th the a dtal and1 llalrmon pressing. Rhynat was coon ed on to another danger, ous one. Blairmore commenced to take long shots, probably re- membering Coltman's luck on a rink with considerably less light. Lethbridge came back to Blairmore territory with a rush and Reher tested Rhynat out. At 9.16 Billy Htnderson was put off and one minute later Tony came off for a two minute snell. At 9 19 Boucher passed the nuek to Reber for the fint score of the game. Boucher had a splendid "rush up the Ics from the defence position and had dot past the big defence men. For the next few (minutes after the face-off Leth. bridge was nresring Blairmore hard.' At 9.95 Rarbnur nflt two minutes and was out for the rest of the period. The score stood one to nothing for Lethbridge. Thfi thml perind cnmmeireil at 942' j With the schedule makers have giv- en the Athletics' pitchers ,the first chance to face Babe Ruth and his bat on the opening of the coming season. The Era of Idiocy is in full bloom where baseball magnates gather. This guff about giving to plus four players, single star [is Bplendld stuff; when it comes to disorganizing discipline, swelling the heads of the players, disgusting the I fans, and attracting apecial attention i from the fellows who .are trying to raise money by additional taxation! The Warden of Sing Sing Prison says his prisoners are better behaved than the same number of college boys. Is this saying much for the prisoners? Three Games In Crow League On Friday Night Lethbridge Will Play at Mac- Will Be at Blairmore Three games of hooker will be played tomorrow night In Crow's Nest Hockey League. The beat goat will probably between Blair- more and Taber at Blairmore. Loth- brldre nil! be playing at Macleod and Coleman will be playing at Plncher. Lethbridge, feels confident of Win- ning the Macleod game. Recently the Macleod team has been picking up. They have been holding the lea- gue leaders to small scores and new material on the team is show- ins UP veil. Coleman will be without Jewel tat their Plncher game and that should make some difference and It Is more than likely that will hive to play without Barhour or the de-' fence. His leg looks as if he Will be out for two or three weeks. A good following fans to Macleod would do good for the team. HOCKEY RESULTS E Ottawa 4; Teranto 3 OTTAWA, m. rained an euuai footing with the Canadieni at the top of the National Hockey j league In Mcond half when they I defeated Toronto here tonight 4 to 3.! Hamilton 6; Canadlens 5 j HAMILTON, Feb. wit- nessed its first overtime game here I r LI r--_ this season tonltht whon the Tigers' of Games Coupon duced (o Kntry in By Friday On account of the Scottish cup ties to be played Saturday three of the teams in this week's coupon are drawn fo play other teams and in fairness thla hattle to all Scottish league games are be- ing-withdrawn and will not be count- defeated Canadians six to five. The teams dirt not have to go much long- er than the regulation hour before the was deoldad, 38 seconds af- ter overtime started Prodgors passed to Ualonft who scored, t SEATTLE, Feb. the fifth tin overtime tonight, with thla Hon. that whAreai in tha flnt four j the-. competition. This makes times the Metl won, this how- a total ot twelve games for this week. ever, they had to submit to a 3 to S Timo is fast approaching for tlio defeat at the hands of Victoria. Tit The Patricias of ppr closing of this week's' competition. Your entry must bo in Fri- day night In order, to get in on this BANFF, Calgary tad tka Vancouver ladles' week's money, so don't leave your hockey clataul tonight in one guessing off to the last minute. of the finest hockey games seen In-------------------------- Alberta. At tli end of the third An old-time rabbit hunt at the Na- iwrlod the game was a tie, neither tionai Park, Point Pelee, resulted in THREE CHEERS AND A TIGER "They're All Sweeties." That la the members of the Lath- bridge hockey team. Every man was a Back checking won the game for Lethbridge. Keep that work up and Lethbridge will win the league. Pests George Sylvester Vlereek. Kemal Pasha. Wayne B. Wheeler. Basketball publicity agents. "Bright children." Among the other mysteries of the r nnii Orant playing for season: What has become of Ole Han- _____ ____ Henderson. Both son? nT the" right wins position he held Vaf- Grant and Wnlknr were p'nvlns fools j fectlon i parao down and Billy Henderson, i for a minutes. They went rlsrht klli Is under This work meant the death to the wlien on that position only allowed otter that game for all that was in and stays that way. He'may Blairmore combination play. Blair- Valparao one shot during the entire omhination but Earae Seems Lethbridge mast win a hunch of games and protests first though. The two new teams in the league seem- to think that all Lethbridge Is trying to do Is put something on them. Perhaps Lothbridge prove to be better sports than think. will ;eam having scored. It was decided to play off the game oil Thursday. LOCAL RACE HORSE MAY GO TO GRAND CIRCUIT CALCAHT, Feb. itables of H, W. McGIrr, ot Moose Jaw, lo- cated in Calgary, li Vina McKinney, Canadian champion pacer. The Ally Is owned by a Lethbridne man, Tom Who .bought her front T. D. Sexton, of. Oakland, Caliiornla, a year ago. Whether or not she will go on the grand circuit this season Is not yet determined by her owner. In an in- terview Mr. Quinn would not lay that sho woul.l go or not. His plans for the filly are not made yet. If she .loes go In tho fast company she will open her campaign in Cleveland In later racing at the other oitida including Louisville, where she will wind up the season. i killing several hundred cottontails. Smoke For ocer sixty yean a favorite Lethbridge is still in third petition and Coleman jumps back to firtt. How- ever just watch that slow climb of Lethbridge. VANCOUVER LADIES TO PLAY HOCKEY IN BANFF VANCOUVER, Feb. 1 of the Vancouver ladies' hockey team left thia morning for Banff, where- they will participata tn the mid-winter car- nival. The Vancouver ladioi will face the Patricia, ot Calgary tomorrow night, and if iticctMfuI will play In the ehamplonsklp final on Friday night. BAND TONIGHT SKATING, 8.00 TILL 10.30 Admission and 3Sc. BEST OF ICE Moccasin Dance SATURDAY NIGHT Phone 1M9. more waa strong on they could not get. away with it. Until the third period the combination work was hidden by the hard and rapid checking of the- Lethbridge boys. In tho third perind BUurmore was out to got the game and they had slightly tho best of the play. They did not by any means put it all over tbe Leth It waa a grand victory. Three Hundred Fans Blairmore came down to win. They brought three hundred fans with them and those three hundred raised an awr'ul lot of noise. They also brought their judge of play. Kelly did not meet with tbe approval of the local Tans bridge boys, although they had them In the least bit. Although only a judge playing on the defence a great deal. Fred Henderson and Boucher play- Ing defence put up a wonderful game. True enough Boucher did not get away for so many brilliant rushes but then of play he took a big part in the dis- eusyionn before tile game opened ia regard to Grant. Harbour was not able to make him- self the dangerous man many thought he was up against a far better team j he would be. To Rhynas belongs the than Lethbridge has met since they i credit of saving his team a worse started their winning streak. Turner i boating. He played a great game, stop- find Barbour on defence for Coleman i ping shot after shot, and some of them proved a strong combination, but they can be beat, and beat they were on u number of occasions. Reber, holds a large place in the hearts uE'LetlibridKe hockey fans! never played a better game in his life wore real hard onos. Riiynas has been nn the sick list for several days but be refusod to stay out of tlie game last night and his companions should feol thankful. However he was not the only goal practically all the Is trying to pay special hon- ors to the few survivors oC tho Prln-' s cess Pat Regiment. Some were the onos who put the "Can" in Canada. knoper on the ice who showed bis ex. rollent qualities. Podgev, the local: man, has coming to hiin the highest; congratulations possible.' Particularly: in the tbinl perind did hi! show his sterling worth. stopped live fast Reber skate out on the ioe for ones in succession that would have trioii the nerves of any goal man. The lonely one he iliil let through was a slow rolling shot that might have than he put up last night. He was right where he was needed all the time. He checked bard, skated hanl and used his head, his stick and his weight. It was a big feeling of relief to many Lethbridge fans .when they (tart ot the game. McFee Was There McFee is becoming a better centre man every game. He greatly improv- fooled tbe oldest veteran. ed his standing list night, and he play- No Score in First a. calibre of hockey concerning I Right from tlip start of tho game U, which no one can find fault. Ho la was hot. The Ilrst period enileil wlth- gettlng faster. He checked hard and out a score. Tho puck went back ar.J good combination. He was al- i forth. The. game commenced at S.3S waya working and with Reber and o'clock and in three minutes Fred P'odger Billy Henderson on each side of him Henderson tried Rhynas out will] a them. Snon a scrlramaee took p'aee become a great jockey or a bantam in the B'nirmore poal and the nffalr champion. tlevelnriprl into a rutrby buck Walker i wiis rlc-ht in the of it. At 4S Information Withheld Billy Henderson went on In Grant's: What did Old Mother Hubbard's dog place and two minutes later Reher anyhow, when the cupboard was went on s'nco the errCr-maro the to so deplorably boneless? play hail gone to Lethlmlte and remained there time. Rener Again Boucber and Reber got far a rush and was tr'M b-it came out on ton. At 9.54 Mc- Fee went off and Walker went on. Two minutei later Rarhour not his tally. At 10 o'clock Scott took a relief turn for Btairmore and one. half minute later Reher got his second qoal. Billy Henderson had made a prand up the north boards and passed to who was waiting in front of the Blair- more goal. Just after the face-off McFee received a cut above his eye and went out of tbe game. Grant wont on. With only tsn csconds to play Grant took 3 pass from Bou- had a clear ooal In front. Suddenly a stick skidded across the lee and the goal umpire called a final but Kellv ob- jected strongly and the rsferee withdrew decision. The re- maining few seconds were fast but the game ended with a score of two to one for Lethbrldge. 'Good Old Reber has a tot of hockey in his makeup yet. Didn't Fred Henderson spring a Sur- prise last night. has Fred been on the sub list all tho time? Never mind, Lethbridge won last The players were: Lethhrldgc. he helps to form a forward line Leth- bridge can always be proud of. dangerous shot, Tn nix minutes from p. Henderson the commencement of the gamo Boucher Goal Defence Jllalrmore. Tihynar, Say It With i "Hands upl" "Drop that "These cards "This particular editor never re- "Get off that "You rung In them Yes. Both those who have been in battle .with them, and those who have bought from them, say' tho French know how to charge. Copyright National Newspaper Service lugo uuu nv IMUUU ui. t.ii; i. ui i.nti Billy Henderson Is a wonder. He Is! Boucher was put on thn fence. Left Wing Turner Barbour Centro Vilparao MACLEOD CURLERS HOLD CADJLLAC CUP (From Our Own Correspondent) MACLEOD, Fell. Creek curlers visited Macleod Wednesdaj- eveninR In their second attempt to carry off the Caiillac cup. The play- ing was heavy fur both sides as tho weather was very warm during the day, but hoth put up their best and tbe hornn rink was successful in much larger dogree, retaining the cup and It rest for a time at least In Trlacloorf. The veterans' ball In their rooms on Wednesday night brought out a lanto number. The hall was tastefully de- How about a covered rink for Leth- bridge? Doesn't last nlglt's crowd one? In the neighborhood of two thous- and people were In the rink and from four to six hundred outside clamoring for admittance. That should ho enough encourage- ment. Barbour was unable to walk after the game. He twisted his leg. looked on as a splendid play- minute later Turner to obey Ileher er. Billy was out to win last night and the roferen's to icmve llm be went at the game right from the Ice. Turner bail mnilfi a had trip of Btart. Billy was never resting a mln- McFee. In a few mlinilos Hilly Him- Jliaht Wing lite. He--went up and down tho boards, dorson took a IOIIK shut nnd at TTmi.jorjjrWi through the centre and everywhere. Iteber camp, off for a nntl Gran1. Sabs Billy was always found tn the midst made hla first appearance on the ico. w.-ilkcr of fray and to him belongs the In a few minutes rodgcr was called Grunt credit of checking some rushes that ou to make a stop nnd lie handled ______________ looked like certain goals for Blair-.bad one In splendid wiille unrrlen wis in progress Or.nt.were .used Charles Gorman of Ht. John, corated for the occasion, nnd all en- i joyed thu veterans' ball. Graham i [CHICAGO SKATER GETS Ooddard! FINAL IN HALf-MILfe I RACE AT SAHANAC LAKE Scott SAUANAC LAKE, N. Y., Irwln Hoy McWhorter, of Chicago, won the final heat today In the son- In ior skating event. Hli time was SS- "rant were used M (rtih Put Grant wl_tS Bpucbcr for a 'ing with a bunch ot speed no ono.money of the ttett third. CLARESHOLM HOCKEYISTS AND CURLERS ARE BUSY (From Our Own Correspondent) CLAUESHOLM, Fob. Clar- esholm iiockey club evened matters with the stavely bunch yesterday by defeating them In a hard fought game by a score of Tho Okotoks Curling club sent two representative rinks to Clares- holm on Thursday last when a double header was played in the Foothills competition. The outcome was, an even break, each club winning ona and losing one. Nanton ptay here on the fourth, in the same competi- tion. A carnival was held on the skating1 rink last night which was a very de- cided success. As the weather was fine the costumes were numerous and tho only thing lacking was music which was nouoiiy's fault as the music engaged had to cancel their engage- ment. CITY 10WLINO LIAGUI TOMORRpW NIOHT The Dominions and Herald will meet In a scheduled ten pin league game tomorrow at 7.15 sharp, at the Dominion al- leys. 410 FIFTH STREET Wallacehurg tiuncll has ap- pointed A. B. Wilson, of chief of police nnd clerk of the police i at a salary of a year, "HERALD" Football Competition] THIS WEEK RULES GOVIBNINQ THE COMPE- TITION ARK AS FOLLOWS: 1. Tho competition will be railed The football Competition. 2. Competitors will be eiitfttcd to as many entries aa tliey desiru, provided each entry ID accomjm. -led by twenty- five cents, and tc tho num- ber of eulriey. Competitors must cross out tha of '.he they think w.U and cross out the namei of both if they consider a driiw will result. 4- Coupons only bo gecufud from the Sporting of The Herald. G All monies will be irned in prUes. The amount and r.umnera of prized will be published IWonday morning for that wcek'K games Rcsitltji of compptitions will be published every Wednesday ;ind to itifceiiiiriil tompctltorn will he mailed ImmHintHy on receipt' of 'pflrnmtlnn 'hy Athlntic fi. Ml cntHfB must hp posted or de- livered to Hem id bafora mid- on Friday A Friday post- mark fmm tvnnva outride of (he city of wt'l bf as Ton tain n entry. 7. The name and n 4 it roan of rompet.tnr clearly marked rfn fih 8. Stnmpr- m'.tr-t not Sc used pay- ment for enirlwt 9. All entries mitftt to the Kfl'tor. Fnrilhntl Competition. The to: The ftporttnff WHor't dMalon 'III flnal, 11. of are from tht compl on. ENTRY FORM GAMES PLAYED FEB. BTH, 1921 ENTRIES CLOSE FEB. 4TH MIDNIGHT FIRST DIVISION Bolton vs Bradford City. Bradford vs Tottenham. Burnley vs Aston Villa, Chelsea vs Newcastle. SECOND DIVISION West Ham vs Leeds. Stockport vs Hull City. Port Vale vs Bury. Clapton Or. vi South Shields. THIRD DIVISION Watford vs Swlndon. Reading vs Luton. Portsmouth vs Plymouth. Millwall vs Southond. 1 enter the HoAlil Frothall Com petition In accordance with the rules and conditions announced above, ami agree to accept the pub- lished decision aa fln.il and legally Signed Addrus ;