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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAHR SIX THE LETHBR1DGW DAILY HERALD TL'KSDAY. FEBRUARY 8, 1921 BRINGING UP IN A HURRY? TIip larno excellent foot! survpil st our counter at tublos, ami there if no WE HAVE A fERVICC TO PLEASE EVERYONE. THE SIL VER GRILL CURLING BLMRMORFS FATE WILL BE WEDNESDAY; WILL DECIDE LEADERS OF LEAGUE 4P0RTING JUMBLING JINGLES !A sn-ift shape capers on the hnvu __________________ As !iglit as wind-blown r% e nr-n i i i't is an umpire pruc-tieinir macleoei s befcat Will Give League to TO .lose MH summers missies: Game FVomiied Here Wednesday with Pincher Pincher Thursday. TITLE; WINS BOM Since this story wat written has informed the officials thrr': the ice there has been out on, of business by the wind storm, and they cannot play tonight. Orders hsve been issued for Pincher Creek to nlay Lethbridge Wednesday night, and it is likely they arrange to go on to play Tabsr Thurcdiiy oi Taber. Wednesday nigh; wtii practical- ly decide the winners of the Crow's Nsst Hockey League, that is if Statrmore defeats Mac- leod Wednesday at Macleod, and Leihhridge loses to Pincher here. Lethbridge must win its gams here and at Coieman to have a chance to get another game with Slairmore should the league leaders lose at Macleod. Pincher will play in Taber to- night and there a good game i" looked for. It is about even for a win for either team. Taber hai been yetting stronger every game. Pincher has very fast material and some good stick handlers on its forward and de- fence lines. Whoever wins in Taber torsight v. ill not get it with n walk away. There a big hoc- key dance billed after the r.ame. lias a tricky rink. That sesms to be the only danger Blair- more will face. Undoubtedly Blairrnore has the best team but stranger thtr.ys have happened. A loss for Stairmore stiil leaves them on too and if Lethbridge v.ins from Pincher it has got to continue its xvinning againct Cole- rrsn. However if that does take A A A A. A A A place and Blairmore defeats Mac- Itod then Blairmore will be the champions. However a big crowd is wanted at the local rink on Wednesday night. Pincher will give Leth- bridge a good game. Pincher is good enough to make Lethbridge go on the ice and play GO the fans of Lethbridge can be assured they will see their team work. J The baseball magnates still make war They scratch and snap aud j Oh, let us bring a load of. ;Till l.amlia hits them all: Say Taber Basketbailers Didn't Get Fair Treatment at Medi- cine Active (From "Crown Demusey anil Carpon As kings of slovedom's i Then crown Jack Koarns and j camps, 'Kacb. as A Royal Pest! Our Own tee-yay j TABKR, Feb. Medicine Hat- Tabor basketball game in the Hat on Des- Last night saw McXabb win from Greenway in the final game ol' the KUisoii. Tonight Jus. Aird and Wm. Crawford play the iu tho; ______ With Ted the holilera of the Cadillac cup. These i Got Scrappy sanies are t'ur Wednesday uiglit. TCBIIP Sixteen ends. i The play for the city championship j (Wright shield) starts Wednesday' YORK, Feb. nislit also. Two former winners, Car-1 welterweight champion of the world' liorry and Aird are against cleverely defended hia title against! each other in the opening round. Me- j Ted Lewis, wno claims the cham-1 .Va'ub. the other winner, is drawn pionship ot England, in a 15-round' Hope to See Next Week's Prize Money Leave S73 Far Behind Triduy uight was a revelation to the I local boys. The pcore was 2G-5 nt the I' Coca Cola Wins From Dominions; Game Thursday end of the first half, and all I through in favor of. the Hat. Tho gas jcily provided the referee for the lirst period, and the locals for the ssoond. i'lv.vo new players appeared for the j Hat, and there was pretty much of a j i crowd. And there was something else. That was the conduct of the Hat team I and referee. I It is human for a losing team to present excuses, and such a habit is 'charged against the hockey team and e often wonder what a lefthacded fans. Aay 'statements made in this There are If entries and the luck of the draw gives Kirkham and Nel- son a bye. One at tho top and other at the bottom. Kirkham plays pitcher thinks witli. i column as to unbecoming conduct In i games.'i Tuesday (Tonight) Hamilton vs C. Aird. Stewart vs Nelson. Aird vs Crawford. (Two open sheets, i 'Two sheets reserved for Cadillac tho ice game, we think are .instilled. I Isn't it strange? The more you [when not hearsay, and that stuff has i ,y for a swell dinner at a swell res-! to be pretty well supported. But the! taurant. the less comforted your de-1 hoopers here are noted as clean play, j j pai'tmeut of the interior stems and personally, hoys or extreme: jfeel? good nature. The unanimous iidmis-; siou of visiting teams was of good j Stock Market News .treatment, cleuu a welcome' i Bullfrog, common, is advancing uyiof the finest. The other five games I i leaps and bounds. have all been clean, and the locals j Leart llu" aul1 ready to sink. are tit a loss to account for the ac-! L" tlit iiiants Sjgn8 oi liveliness, an-' tions of the Hat team, and referee I i en mi league nt the the spring demand. i Doubting the statements of the'Taber Aviator is going up rapidly, but will! team, the correspondent, and loca Heruld and Dominions Will Meet in Postponed Match Thursday The Coct in the Cit Dominion Alleys night hy a score at :.50? to 2.2J2. For the Coca-Colas; como down again. tne high man with 558 coffee will soon settle to a low sehweuzer was next with basis. Ross and Paierson. challengers. McN'abb and defenders. Scott vs Peat tW.S.) Hamilton vs Marrs (W.S.) Thursday McXubb vs Chirk. Greenway vs Stewart. Crawford vs Duff. "Winner of Scott-Peat TS Kivkh Aird. J. vs Carberry. All games Thursdav Wright shield.. Springing from fourteen dollari to seventy-live dollars within a weeks is the splendid record of the iquare Garden to-[ Herald's football competition. It _ agreed to Britton j been growing by leaps and bounds as the winner. every week auit the way the coupons The men weighed In nt 1-13 coming in now, next week it eight hours before they entered the eipectcd tho prize money will te much higher than seventy-fire. Seventy-five dollars will be dmdeil among the winners next Saturday. Tliat is the high water mark thi" season and before the old ronntry football season has closed it is i ed the competition will go above the I two hundred dollar mark. One war of assuring bin When the-bell had stopped tho men j'uonf ,to, eet illle" at the end of the lecond round, some I m one In Lewis' corner shouted at Brit-i'nth cents with each ton- ton, who turuml quickly and rushed i cutrics must bo hack to Lewis' corner, sending his j gloved left hand into the face of i exchanges' iu the first two rounds j during which both contestants battl- ed with their tongues as welt as with their gloved fists. Britton protested p against Lewis having a rubber pro- lector in his mouth to guard his i teeth. Charley Harvey, Lewis' manager. Lewis took, a swing at Britton almost in tbe Herald office by the first ma' on Saturday morning. It is mil. ad- Yisablci to leave it off that late ever, because there is many a slip ami are 'Shove and Harvey HOCKEY PLAYERS REFUSE OFFERS FROM U. S. A. PORT' ARTHUR, Fell. Alex. Gray, leading goal getter of tins Thunder Bay league, aiul. il ia sai.i. one other play- oft'fi-H to join th team of the Unit- league. 507. Xot one of the i five hundred mark. high with -IDG and Freestone was with 4ij8. with Sloan sii pins behind him. The postponed match between The Herald and the- Dominions will be play- ed Thursday night. i Following are the scores from iast nig hi: COCA-COLA 1st 2nd 199 ]20 1S2 III Giants hit the I ed by the public Percy Irwin was Taxation seems unfavorably regard- Words of Command "As you 'em up, "'Tentionl" "Come "Shoulder "Them's no 1 Skips must play through the rink manager consulted rules and nenalt-1 played in first game, but no player ies while the latter related the story can play on more than one rink. Strict of the game. The record is a complete bonspiel rulings prevail. violation of existing rules regarding The handicap committee should do little revising of their list. at the same timo, and it looked as if there was going to be a free for all fight in the corner. i The referee separated the men, One the llle commissioners who was i the ringside, decided that Lewis i had tht> right to wear the rubber! guard and there was nu more quibbl-' the Herald does not want any dissat- competitors. play, or a deliberate, or extremely ignoraut ignoring of them. At the be- ginning, for inslance, Harris was stooping for the ball when a Hat play- er deliberately hip-checked him, I throwing him headfirst into the wall. _.__.. _._ At another time, he .was seized by a holm can bonspiel. ing on this point. Britton's 432nd Battle XEW YORK. Feb. Britton, I worir.'s welterweight champion, I fought his 432tm battle last night when he successfully defended his I title against Tod Lewis of England. Fob. Floppy world's champion billiard player. Jan exhibition al the National A.A.A. i clubhouse here on Saturday j Iloppc played Charles Peterson, acor- ing points while Peterson seoroii hree. Hoppe's high run was 151. Smith Schweitzer Price ___ Shover Kuipas----- is; '120 1S3 3rd Tot. 450 507 409 55S 1S3 39U Fun's Best Goats Country jakei in city. City men in the country. Swivel-chair officers. the Evrl oil State Slnun Freestone .VolHon Hopper rwiu S5S 799 GIANTS 1st. 2nd 1S9 .181 ISO 151 HI 15S :ua 154 166 711 811 About Batteries there really any dif- ference in batteries? but ther; sn rtoiir only two of batteries. Those with wood separator? and with Threaded RubBrr Iiutuotlon. Threaded Rubber In- tuUtion the only fMUirr. that puts the Willard Threaded Rub- her Battery iihrad of the or dinaiy automobile battery? no means. The lard Threaded Rubber Battery all the improvements that have grown out of Willard's of ipecialization in build- ing starting, -lithtinz an-1 igni- tiou Ask us about it. SCARLETT SERVICE STATION 311 7THST. SOUTH LETHBRSDGE, ALBERTA. i player, with both arms around him, but tossed the player completely over i his head, by rising quickly, the Hat i i niim receiving a heavy fell. The Hat! I tenm rushed in, loudly protesting, but! 'the Taller manager replied, "if you' don't want to fall, don't ride." One Correspondence-school detectives. I rule expressly dubara blocking, trip-1 Amateur boxers. I ping, or seizing a man, or interfering Rookies at the training camps. 'with his progress. Doing this was the i rule, plainly with intent. Another re- Maintain a certain dignity, even's'urds interfering with throw, No jn-Uou in battle. It's just plain grief to I bones were made about interfering. Xo corne home with your fender bent, person is allowed in the foul zone. Hat id your door players were frequently io it. A pl2y- t of a street er fouling .gives the other team two jt'ree throws. The fouls were common.) but the free throws absent. Tho .whole Out team, according to the official I should have been thrown out of the. j gaino for frequent deliberate fouls. jTho locals at last demanded another referee, and u Taber man went on, Its. Some jiiTs informed tlio teams strict play Ernie Moffatt, the curling booster! from Clareeholm, was on the ice last j night. He says another winter Clares- bid for the Crow's i Today he said: not through iince he entered the boxing The baseball season opens as til-- codfish seasgu closes. 1c rears ago he has averaged 24 I cncounten Britton !nl Tot. j both lights smashed, an sitle-.swiped as the result 3rd 462; side-swiped as the result of 4GS brawl with a Ford. 137- 427 4M Texas has now pugilist named -I9C j Willie Fall. He probably will as soon as he enters a ring with onu the ring; a year. has passed his thirty- j seventh year and is the oldest holder i ot a ring championship. i sama to b.c played, Blairmore-llac- i in Macleod. The Cadillac cup which has made its home In Mieleod so long was mov-' ed from its resting place on Saturday j night, when the picked i men from; .Letlibridge invaded tho town. Rumor I, told that these rinks had boen rest-j Local Bonspiel Arranged "P for some time with their eyeal on the coveted prize, and they tool; I it back with them, but only for aj short time as the Macleod curlers! want an excuse to visit bethbridge, try the neighboring ice. it was Smoke For bttt rtmlts, buy H in large pachagu PHONE Hi Down Tools, Up Brooms is the Order Figures cau't HOCKEY RESULTS prevaricate a lot. but not since must be made, but though lie called rao-Jaru ciyics of eost'.'.r.ias Mlo.ut- i fouln frefiuently. there were so ninny Vnn-'.ouver 5: VAXCOirVK'Tt. fi-.b. than! B to 1' d-ifc-lt to Victoria (loan jrame in tbc hoc-) Vny Vy i Canadian-. S; Tigers '.'ALGARY, Feu. was a I. libme ul.uht in tire Four hocltcr and ciykcs. Gidub'-irtlG. Whiskers. Military Torpedo beards. Soup strainers. Jo-Jos. Plain Bush. Copyright Xationul Xir that tlie game might as well not havo been played. The crowd was strong- ly hostile to a referee, and the of play was evidently a cut and dried affair, planned beforehand. The "I'jlier men am wiliim; to admit that Ho I has the stronger team, (From Our Own Corresnonder.ti COLEMAX, Feb. local bons- piel has been arranged for Wednes- day. The whole day is to be given over to curling. The stores are to be closed and the mines will not be j and good curling- all the way through. I with good ice and everyone in curling' trim. The holders will look it over, and he prepared to send it back to JIacleod, when the coid weather comes again in a few days. 410 FIFTH STR6BT the curlers' maxim is to be rigidly j enforced, "If business interferes with curling, give up business." A splendid prize list has been got- ten together, there being a 1st, 2nd. tin] and 4th in the main event. Two put j innol RRB why sntii were (fc- j -prizes have been arranged for In the ;n. Tuber is quite willing to i Consolation. '.use a closn game, and expected de- Everything is ready for a big day. .eat. but not iu this way. One reason i The curlers wires are arranging to for deslrlns :t statement is that the Mtpply refreshments during the day. Raymond tram play Hal Wednes- j and (115 locals advise the south- firi; lean: to tie on their guard. As i 'hor? no Ipiigiio rhore can ho no tesi. The remark of a local play.' spiumiineK tliii munu. "They play-i ''i! Unghy .with us." Harris wast thrown with Hlich tin lhe radiator, and hocfeev. PHONE 618. rd Batteries time, and the ujiKC', t'lo dope by del'oat- ing tin- 1035111: by a of ti to The Canadians liail :'l! 'hi- ho-'l Mf th- which VaS muvknd haavy iioiiy clru'tfiiiE iiml ami in LI li.-i. i'miii tiir vi'l'creo and nonn- o; ihe Tisov playorp. Eskimos 5; Dominion 1 EDMOXTO.X. i-'i'.i) S.--There wrr-j no MI ill.. Four night. Tim Kiikinios looked un-h. Claresholm lini-l..-y team defeated were in good trim on as sure winners and they were, j fjtavely team 8l Stavcly, bv the scon- 'the the Dominions tlv.. io 2 to 1. Tim p i rluan uiiii a fan t tiy th.'j i (Jn Ihu I Clarealm unr I by UK; scorn or bu'. litt'v heavy. T Doubtless, 'gainst the wull j 'i his head struck I is not in a Qntcns -i; Coi'rnvsl! 2 Kl.VGSTOX'. Ont., x- Uiiin-rsify diM'cati'il I'or Kecund ruum! uf '-jroui! Xo. 1 Jos! oil fhn niniii coriuiry :mo wa? e'sceplloualb' fume waa witnessed tln> In I LEONARD TO FIGHT J NUV.' l-'nii -l I tj jiion ivili (int't-iid Si. day of ;i in-round iiii'tch h'-Uv and Jjcifl In Madismi Sriiuirf ruary Tins ainiumir mado today by Tr-x -Ricka Jjftonurd's inanajvi1 hat tcrma for ilia Ixiuf WINNER l-iiny l.m I'd who Ir ml were defcateil or to 0. Th'.? ice was ;t Thi' yjine rath'ri1 from thG vinivpoinl. hiri'aholiu c.u Itll. jilayoil the AK- tin. of sfavcly. 'i'lin college iinahli1 to get; tiii-ir proper niul iven1 ditridndly off color. hoi'kuy along tbu .Mjcluod line iiins better each year uml with liin'B who :ire being properly I'umhiK Inlo tin gcnior ranks IH mi miaou why Home Allan. li'iin produced- i iintmE piayoi-f-. nevorthflloss. can expect good troarn.i-iil iloro. 'ivon the Hat team. The game here was i-iuse. ami us the locals h a score as at Hal, iudii'at.'ti unmelhlng wrong. Hat llneil un Uf follows: Good. Icratre: Connors anil Wilson, defence- i IJIildcbrand anil forwards.! Xanton team nj .Harris, Hi, forwards. The i-nrliiiK r-lul, niPetlns passnd a r. a, Rrafiliiil canvass I'm addition to thn noxt winter. With lh bonspiol Thr> old link. ;tt pt'rvi turned ovor, arnji-i lion to the jnvoni. of Hoot mon! Soop it up! The following arn tbe draws 9 a.m.. .Moores vs. Whitcsido. K. Powell vs. McBurney 11 a.m. A. II. Olivier vs. J. Allii'.i. Ouimntte vs. fi. Powell. 1 p.m. vs. Rippon. Kiiihwk vs. D. K. Allan. Davidson and Buck, byfs ;l i'e; Prico and ris and Harris, nt their vcr-fiit .'ulution to start j a new live alieet. sheets of ics a will be possible, nt in use, be 'mr to llle resoln-! Tlmi (l-'nini '.mr Own j MAChKOI.j. hockey Siimn, wliiiu tor- iiiiimting in a (linipiiuhitnieDt lo tlie visiting team, was only wlmt the home looking fur and expected. fri-nds were conlidont ol1 tho "HERALD" Football Competition THIS WEEK RULES GOVeRNINQ THE COMpC- TI7ION ARE AS FOLLOWS: ENTRY FORM i'ootlial! Conipftuioll.' will be cnlitlrrj l'i aa ny RH they limiri', pi-ovidcd !i 'nlry by iwcnty- nud culjpima to the nuni- b'-r of I S Competitors inu.it cross out (lie I iimu'w ot" die clubs Uiiiy think w.M nnil Ullt llm ol' tiolll f tiii'y a will i-osult. i utily bo from I h" Sp'ii'tlus i'asn of 'rho J-f-rald. T> AIJ ntunlm will he re- l-.T-mil In Tito ntnoiint ami of ui-ixes will' published I'or that week's .ion. n.'Miills of will mnilr-l tv.int'-il'.atply "ii of in TV.- VI'Tald and the hockey hoys did not disappoint them. It wan a clean that is the itc skaters. Tiio rnsoullon. however, lakes no account I Kuine all tin; wejr and no complaints i i Batnos, ami imvi- boen heard, except that Ihn will oo done about hockey i.c-ihomo tonm scored too often. Lommodation lor nui year, dcponeul I iiesday night. It the ice Is nt. will n0' 11.1 'innlrt -J similar BUlIlnr nf the l pnln -i'Jz'.' g mid- Ifridaj- post- f tho GAMES TO BE PLAYED SAT., FEB 12TH. ENTRIES CLOSE FRIDAY, MID- NIGHT FIRST DIVISION Aston Villa vs Sunderland. Burnley vs Derby County. Chelsea vs West Brom. Tottenham vs Manchester C. SECOND DIVISION Barnsiey vi Cardiff C. Hull vs Stoke. Port Vale vs Notti Co, South Shields vc Wednesday. THIRD DIVISION Exeter C. vs Grimsby. Oillingham vc Norwich. Plymouth vs Queens Park R. Watford vs Reading. SCOTTISH LEAGUE Aberdeen vs Clyclebank. Albion R. vs 'Hibernians. Falkirk vs Clyde. Hearts vs MotherweJI. rf'-nnp-: nof riM.pt for ,1. 11 I enicr the He-raid Football Com- petition in accordance with DIP I rules itnd conditions announced "marked in i at'rec to ucoel'' i Killed decision as final and legally binding. OB pay ifior iil.-m tt. Kinpl'nyijffi nf Tff from the comnetitlnn Plgnetl Addrtas ;