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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta VMKSDt THE DAILY HERALD FniDAY, FEBRUARY 4, Wl' BRINGING UP FATHER By G. HcManus j IK'VC-'.r'AM' TMM OUT OF tOU WE CATER FOR BANQUETS PARTIES OUR DINING-ROOM AND OUR FACILITIES ENAiLE US TO GIVE A SERVICE THAT WILL PLEASE. THE SILVER GRILL BLAIRMORE'S PROTEST IS THROWN OUT BY LEAGUE'S PRESIDENT iLETHBRIBCE WILL GO AFTER WIN IN MACLEOD TONIGHT HERA: D-DOMINION MATCH POSTPONED Grant hclu Amateur Card Had Every Right to Play in Wednesday Nighf. Mint Play Hockey and Stop Pussy-footing, Says League Head, Blairmorc's protest of Wednts- nijht'i game hii been Preildent H. G. Long, the Crsw'i hu Isiucd itatemcnt to Copies of this IMVC to secretaries of all .clubs in the league. The president, upon being hand- ed the protest Thursday morning, whtch issued by Blair-more be- fore Wednesday night's game, im- medjately made investigations and found that Grant had every right to play In the Crow's Ntlt Leag- ue, and in Wednesday night's fame. Blairmort's protest was against Grant, alleging he did not hold an amateur card. Mr. Long not only found that Grant held an amateur card, but that he had been a m..mber of the Lethbridge team'since early in January. The president's statement has something to say concerning the future conduct of the teams in the league, Mr, Long desires to have the games on the ice and not have every game protested. His statement follows: OFFICIAL STATEMENT "Prior to the game between Blalrmorc and Lethbridgc Crow's Nest Hockey League teams on Lethbrldgi Ice on Wednesday evening, February 2, the Blair- more team entered the following protest: "We hereby pretest against tonight's game on the of one player named Grant without card." "I have examined, as president cf this league, the grounds for this protest and find that Grant of the Lethbridg'e team was signed on the roster of the team deliver- ed to the league secretary early in January. The player refused to turn out to practice until Monday night, January 31, and no card was obtained for him. Grant carried a card in A.A.U. of C., Alberta branch for 1920, which was effec- tive when the Crow League was organized in December, He has re- sided in Lethbridgc for six months and has steady employ- ment here- He applied for renewal cf his amateur card prior to Wed- nesday night's game and his 1920 card was authorized extended for 1921 by Judge Jackson, of Leth- bridge, a governor of the A.A.U. of C., Albtrta branch, and vice-presi- dent of the Dominion amateur body, before whom all applica- tions for amateur cards by ath- letes in this district must be taken before being sent to the provincial secretary at Calgary for issuance. This vised card of Grant's was ex- hlbited to the Blalrmore team be- fore the game started. MUST PLAY HOCKEY "Thsse being the facts I can find no merit whatever to the pro- test of the Bialrmore Club and the protest is dlsaltowed. "As president I have exercised my prerogative in dealing with this protest and, in this, connection I just wish to'state that'all future protests will be dealt with immed- iately in the manner. For the good of the game it is impera- tive that protests must not be kept hanging fire for weeks as in the past. This has a tendency to dis- gust the fans, who, after all, are the chief factors in'making good hockey. This will also ierve ac t warning that hereafter games must be won on the ice and not in the .Hockey, not pussy-footin'f, Is what we want hereafter in this league." THE SHAM AND THE SHIM licipal noims of difference between the chamois and the Bliimmy; 5 chamois bounds from crag to crag, and the shimmy bounds from jag to jag. i you think o.f the chamois you I j think of Mont Blanc; I When you think of the ehionay you think of a mental blank. The active chamois is graceful, beau- tiful and worth The agile shimmy is the reverse on all three gears. The chamois is a lUr among dumb animals, And the shimmy is a star among dumb fools. Three Games in Hockey League Tonight- Some Look for Victory for Pincher Over Coleman- Jewel and Johnston Have Moved Away, Tonight .will be another session for the team that defeated Blairmore Wed- nesday night. The Lcthbridge team will bo short McFee, tlicir splendid centre man, when they faco the puek. against Macleod on Macieoi ice. The Lethbrldge boy4 are just as de- termined to win this game as they were to take Blairmorc's measure on Wednesday night. The situation still IB that Lethbridge must continue its great uphill fight in the Crow's Nest Three games are scheduled for to- night. Taber will play Blalrmore at Blalrmore and Pincher will be at home to Coleman. Local hockey dopitnn be- lieve Pincher is likely to take the Ions end of the score against Coltmaa. Jewel, Colemnn's hero hit gone tram among them, as well as Johnston, The Herald understands. Pincher has a couple of fast pltjr- ors and tho hole in the team mado by the loss of the two abore playerl IB likely to give Pincher a good chance, Tho bowling match schedul- cd for tonight between tho Herald and the Dominions lias been postponed. Several of the players on both teams de- sire to see the basketball match between Lothbridgo and Hay- inond at Raymond tonight. An- nounceruent of the dato for this bowling match will bu an- aounced later. 1 Football Competition Closes in Games Si Left Out NOTTOHAVEA Hockey League. One loss is likely to Should this occur the league's soft, prove disastrous, so the boys are not i chair at the top will loom much, larger j taking any chances. j in Lethbridge's eyesight, T Bust definition of present-day danc- ins: You wrestle from one end of the j room to the other, but try not to so- I cure a fall. I Incongruous Straw hats with winter overcoats. Ankle-length tnoUMrs and oxford 'shoes. Red shirti and pink neckties. Fat men with CURLING Tnoight all entries for the Herald's football competition must bo in the mail ta be on time for closing Sat- urday. So far the number of entries received indicate that thia will be another good week, so don't fail to get your entries in the mail tonight. Again your attention, is drawn to the fact tiiat the Scottish cup games are left out nf this week's contest. During'the early part of this week some of these gamea. were on tho coupon but have been removed. Stamps still come as payment for entrance fees. This U strictly against regulations ot" the contest. (By J. S. K.) The two competitions have, now roached the lours and tho draw for tho consolation lias been mado. Theao games will till the ice touight and are as follows: Friday Clark va McNabb. Peat vs Groenway. No Playoff For Provincial Championship This Year- Try For One in 1922 Xo provincial high school basketball! championship will be contested for I this year. For some time efforts have been made by the Lethbrldge high school hoop enthusiasts to have such RED SOX SIGN UP Feb. Eddie Foster, Pitcher .Nietzer Out- fielder Clayton have signed contracts to play with the Boston Americans next season. Mobilized Troubles. High prices. Boosted rents. Reformers. "Drives." Spring carbuncles. i Local Boys Have Been Working; 'Ami. j. vs shepherd. i Hard-Ravinond Plans Crawrord VR Kirkham- i Trjp Lethbridse will play Hay-( mond at Raymond tonight in a leaguo game. Thr- ?enioi-s wurkins i hard all this week to get iu shape for p jthis contest. They want to win it. j Raymond, they think, is considering mond is considering a tour, going as a championship organized this winter. No other high schools in the prov- irico were willing to play such a con- i test, it was learned this morning. The Marnocli vs Scott. i Lethbridge people- were also promot- Tln finals in one competition will' Ing a girls' provincial basketball bo played Saturday night. Stewart! championship, which was treated in and Marrs are also drawn and there the same manner, are two sheets reserved for the However they hope that next year ladles j 'he high schools of the province will -----_ think kindly of this proposition. Ef- Last night saw (our rinks using tartt will again be made to have a lady leads, and In every instance tho; championship contest arranged, ladies distinguished themselves. A PROBATION SYSTEM Knox Trims Knox juniors redeemed themselves Wednesday night after their defeat at Taber when they touched Kidpath, tho students' goalie for ten while Rose, Knox centre man pushed one in his own goal to make the score 10-1. night's victory put them one btep nearer the championship in the junior league race. After about ten minutes ot play the church boya began to ease up and let man in the team score. They came very near succeeding as every man except Leech counted at least once and he evened things tip by draw- ing two minutes for slashing. The Hi soitette did not make the fcnpression on the leaders that th'cir managers had hoped for with the re- sult that the game was a v. jilt-away for Knox. Line up: Kliox High School Leech Goal Hidpatli Sang Defence Keslor Rose Turcotte Fralie Forwards Hose Greonway Miles Ferko Bradley Subs: Hutlou. Higll N. H. L. STANDING "How to hols a husband." Police .handcuffs are good, but many au- thorities consider a log-ehiln (till better. far as Winnipeg in search of coiHmest ;on the basketball floors. I BOXING BOUT AS i PRELIMINARY TO HOOPER MATCH Canadiens Ottawa Toronto Hamilton Won. Lost. 2 1 TABER HOCKEY PLAYER IS TOUGH LUCK GUY (From Our Own Correspondent) TABER, Feb. Leo Malo is run- nlns in hard luck this winter. Just before the Coleman game, he had his HOBO broken, necessitating an opera- tion and today, ho nearly lost a linger, through a butcher knife slipping, while engaged In his usual occupa- tion. Just two hours previous to the Ltthbridge-Tabcr game, he just miss- ed a broken limb, in falling into the repair pit in the McLaushHn garage, as a riiaiiit of a misstep. INDIAN'S TO GIVE WRESTING EXHIBIT AT CRESTON, B. C. HOCKEY PRESIDENT WIELDS THE AXE was put up only tor competition be- tween. Macleod, Taber and LetUbrldge. It is time some Letubridge rinks went in quest of the Cadillac cup or it will forget that it ever resided here. Charlie Carberry, in expressing re- gret at the Winnipeg loss, by fire of eight of their bis trophies, yesterday, says that there is no use going to the Teg this year if that is the case. .1, The armadillo is the most sensible ot animals. He retires Into his shell. when there is any trouble, and doesn't' come out again until it's all over j r i TI t- i _____ (From Our Own Correspondent) HcikS league "for m..t brilliant liar of the aEo is i W SM'e3 BE i r Tto skips are asked to hand -----_ rtaymond a fne round bo.ung bout ,ist rff rinkB ,or tho cUy cham. Holdup men are growing dlscotirag-i Scn'? "H" Andy pionship. This will likely be com- od. There's nothing in tho btXp w111 bo ln the orcra meiiced on Wednesday night game, they say, unless you can get to iuouso- ______ _____ j The rinks must be posted 'with the him before he has seen his landlord, i r-.n i A-re (competition committee (Clark or Kirkham) before the draw is made. Attorney-General W.! E. Raney intends to Introduce a bill j at the coming session of the Ontario i legislature, providing for the estab-1 lishment of a probation system by i which ii person convicted of an offence other than treason, homicide, rape, i arson or kidnapping, may be granted probation if the ends ot justice and tho best interests of the public and tho convicted person would be served thereby. Draws Poker. Drawbridge. Draw decision. "Draw one in the dark." Draw a beer. (Extinct.) The long draw. Drawing plas. tcr. Drawing otar. Drawing pencils. Copyright National AGRICULTURAL SCHOOL It BASKETBALLBRS TO PLAY AT e-iuEc r-n -4-rv IA-TIT FINES GO TO LATE i, bonspiel rules govern. No play- MONTREAL, Feb. 3.-The family of cr CUI1 on more than one rink. Joo Hall, the hockey player who died i_____ at Seattlo during tho epi- Tllo KBnoi'al feeling is that a small demis will benoht from the fine evied ,5nie, h (I ott j ,'n. Taber- Carnwngay. Maclood. j Clarosholm and Pincher Crock, for about four days' fun the later part I of 'February. Smoke For enjoyment, fill M your with TAB Skating Tonight S.OO to 10.00 o'clock Tomorrow Afternoon 2.00 to 4.-30 Admission 25c and 15c. MOCCASIN DANCE Sat. Night, Feb. 5 10-PIECE BRASS BAND Rubbers will do if you have not moccasins. Admission 50c. Dancinfl from 9 till 11.30. PHONE 1849. PHONE Ml 410 FIFTH STRE1T Senators, according to statement of President Frank Ca of tho X. H. L. today. MATCH POSTPONED The Taber-Iilairmore hockey match is postponed. There is two inches of water on Blair- ujoro rink. (From Our Own CRESTOX. ti> JiaTt the first amaicur hoxrug and. iournar.ic'ii. in its Vstory on JTebr.iary Ji'.lh, -A tic (Jraiii Mrtdor the vi the Rod A', IV> v. tiio if- 1 will l'u'7, ii..'i wli the fistic liuo tht; IJOHI ui (ltd rjettleraout at Lister, and tho logging Slid mill crews at'Canyou and rifl, along .with some town mitt artists, vvill provide at least ;t halt dozen three and five round bouts. OTTAWA. Feb. axo fell with a crash last fi'ght on a number of oiuwa and district amateur hoc- key stars, who have been masquerad- ing around on different teams iu viol- ation of the rules of the Ottawa and District Amateur Hockey association. President Silver (Juilty. after a Ihorumvh Investigation, announced tho! canci'llalion of the cards of seven well known players. It is intimated '.hat utlicr iuspunanjus lilj.'iy will fol- low. SPORT 3ECOV.E3 EXPENSIVE HiUitilt.ol! day after- (From Our Own Correspondent) RAY.MOXU, Feb. A. C. bas- ketball team will go to Oardston Fri- day, February ?th, to play the Temple City high school boys. 'flie boys are in good condition and will be accompanied by a large crowd of rooters from the student body. NEW SWIMMING MARKS ClIICAiJO, Feb. ROBS last nisht broke his own world's re- cord tor tlm our--iniio swim and also smashed six iuermediuti: records during tho course ot the raco in the Central A. A. r. championships hold :i'. the Illinois A. f. pool. Ross -litrok- distance in healing old mark ;t-r.. -Miss Sybil Hanoi- broko her own record of Ti seconds for the 50-yard buck stroke1 for women by winning in 1-5 seconds. BRADY OUT OF IT Caps for throe events, and a double rink event could be will go and get the Cadillac cup. A Indy said, "Mr. Kirkham, I under- stand the reason you won so many prizes at tho Fernic 'spiel Is because you stayed sober." Reproachful tone, at that. There you go aisain, a guy dun't get credit for nutbur. iioou r.'u'ini; would R (CANADIAN CURLEHS WIN SY would be jjrl it. tu in 29 SHOTS INDON, -Ftb. i GIANT? u F. i.-- ,.0n. uf. i'Jil Shrir. fonni i- 'J'nronlo ited the fourth I pitcher and onilioWrr of fur ends played at Kdin-jllie Cwilral league, wuru d tu. today the Canadian curlers dc-1 day at the hoadquni-UTS ot Die I COMMENDS THAT WINDSOR FURNISH FOOD FOR UNDER- NOURISHED SCHOOL CHILDREN A recommendation that llio J'urninh food for undor-nonrifth- i1'! Hi-hoot childron has mado to (hi! Windsor board nf cdiiuilion by J'r. I Scotland by j i im c-lciiy at QianU L. Myttenrain-h, school medical oliic- Tin urgoH that milk, bread and but- tur bo nerved during HpeiHtil houru to children tvidcncc ot maluu- Urition. BOXERS STALLED HARTFORD, Conn., Feu. Crobs of York and K. O. Lough- llu. of aouth liethlelicm, Pa., welter-i 1 woights, were ordered from the ring j Micre last night by tho referee at tho i i uml of thu Kixlh round of a 12-ronndl for alleged stalling. The money 11'or tho boxers was held up by the i local boxing commission. SECOND MOCCASIN DANCE SAT. NIGHT Manager Kcber ot the rink announces that on Saturday night tho socoTid of tho now Wm. A. Brady announces llmt ho I ban (Ufltillely wit.hdm.wij from promotion end ot tho DcinWey-C'arpcU', air koul. _. be liftlil mi tho big ico she'of, with full hand on deck to dis- pense tho Tho first, mon- casln dance was a suc- cess that ilu.1 jazz-hounds aro just naturally pestering Ttt-b. to death, so he has given in :jnd will tho big event toinorrow night. "HERALD" Football Competition THIS WEEK ENTRY FORM RULES GOVERNING THE COMPE- TITION ARE AS FOLLOWS; 1. The onrapnlttlon wilt lie cilUcil i Tllo FtmLball Coinpclitlun. 2. Cttmpctttora wilt bi; cnlitlt-d to as many tiili-tcii us Ihry provided t.'icli entry 1ft uci'unipa .leu uy twt-ntj'- ftvti runTn, tind uuupims Iu tau num- ber of entries. 3 Cotuputltyrs cross out tho namtH of tilt- eluiuj they thinlt wjt lose and crof.s out tho names of both if ttiey it draw will result. 4. Coupons cun only tio suinirof] from tuo Sponliiif of The HeriUI. 6. All monieH received will bo re- turned In prince. Tiio amount ;mi! numbers of prlxen will be published every Monday mornlnz for Oiat ReS'ilts of cornpclitlons will bo published every WfOiins'liiy jin't checines to fucc'eiwfnl compotitor.s will be mailed tnimedtately on rt'oelpt of inflrnmtlon by ttie'Afhletle Newa, 6. All enU'iirt postnfj or de- livered' to Herald before miil- Illlht oil A FrIJay pdst- rourk from outiide or city of Lwthhrldffe will be considered ua contulnlntf 4 entry. 7. Tin name fttid address ff the competitor Diuit be clearly Qiurked on each (foupon. 5. fiirtnipB iflTtst hot be used as pay- n. All entries mii.1t nrldros.-cd In .r Fnnth'ill Competition, The TO. The Editor's decision trill be GAMES PLAYED FEB. 5TH, 1921 j ENTRIES CLOSE FEB. 4TH MIDNIGHT j FIRST DIVISION Bolton vs Bradford City. 1 Bradford vs Tottenham. i Burnley vs Aston Villa. Chelsea vs Newcastle. SECOND DIVISION West Ham vs Leeds. Stock port vs Hull City. Port Vale vi Bury. Clapton Or, vs South Shields. THIRD DIVISION Watford vi Swlndon. Reading vs Luton. 1 Portsmouth vs Plymouth. Mlllwal! vs South end. I enter the Herald Football Com- petition in accordance with the rules and conditions announced above, and agree to tlin llahcd dccisiou aa Dual and IfgaHy binding. Signed ;