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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, ItSt BRINGING UP FATHER G. McManus I WISH i COOLO TKIMK UWA 1 SCl-'EMt OF CETTlN j OOTTONICHT- OO THINK tOU I CANT (j'oE ANY Or ME OLD At) IMAGCIE I'i ON TO THU.M A.L.U DINTV i. VAIVIN' HOUR; ALL DA.V? our OP THIS HOOfcE-rvCdOV 6OHE CONINE AND I DON'T WANT THtN TO. vE THIISKIH THREE AN HAVEN'T HIT ON A iETA !OFA, VF.r At Low Cost We're sure you c in not verve younelt finer food thtu we offer you here daily aud we're doubly litre thtt you can- not provide inch food food at wur tery reasonable THE I FOR FIRST PUCE IN LEAGUE IS Grandstand Finish of League in Leth- bridge or Coleman Will Tie with Blairmore, and Championship Series Will Be Necessary. CROW'S NEST PASS HOCKEY LEAGUE STANDING (February 10th, 1921) Played Won Lost For 7 3 55 6 3 37 Team Blairmore Coleman Lethbridge Taber Macleod Pincher 10 9 9 9 9 6 3 3 3 3 3 5 6 7 52 26 37 30 Agst. 26 22 38 41 51 58 IN BLUE LAW DAYS When tue good Blue Laws, certified i prevail, How will the common folks keep out at jail? Estopped from playing ball or making noise, [The dungeons .will be stuffed with little boys, the dear Blue Laws Trill extend their scope. To round up little girls who skip the rope. j If you walk rapidly on any street, P.O. A COP IUU3t as he stalks his 7fin i j if you should call .667 1 a dark cell you shall soon be .375 If> in 7our home, you dare to read PINCHER GOES DOWN TO f DEFEAT TO LETHBRIDGE BY SIX TO FOUR SCORE CURLING Game Full of Amusement Played on Bad Ice Gave Crowd to Laugh Was on the Job All the Time and Tied Score Wai Soft on the North Side of the Rink. doctor on the .333 .222 Once more ill the dope hju boon upset In ttlt Crjow Hockey and a tie for flret certain. defeat at the hands of MoelMd laat night while Lethbridge waa defeating Pineher soft Ice meant thit either er Coltmin will meet Blalrtnore in the play-off. Lotbbridgo and Celeman art duo to matt at ftlairmore Friday for the play-off of their much-eenteated timt. Whichever team wine will go Into a tie forflrtt with Blalrmort, at the winner Friday plant will have won and loat thraa. It doaant look much lika a game Friday night ai the jet practically awry rink along the Crow la gone now, but winter WMthor will glvo ue another whirl and thw thorn will bo nothing to It. The will be finlahed up, and tht winner of the Herald. Journal cup decided. or cook, Tou shall receiTe the treatment due a Xo papers, and no I poor Must suffer in the must endure! I Oh, won't the world be wonderfully Brand those new Blue Laws I all the land? govern Macleod Again Upsets the Dope; Beats Blairmore ICE GONE AT TASER Because tko lea hal gone put of the rink tt Taber the Pin- Creek hockey team return- ed homo from Lethbridge last night. If the Ice had been good they would hare gone to today to play that team to- night. NEW BOOKS RECEIVED "Hell on Thla by Tad Jonea of Yale. "The of by Kid Qleaaon. "Back In the Harbor of by i John J." Even, I "Run Ragged, But Nidt by I Gen. Von Ludendorff. "Way Down Upon the Old Planta- by George "Peace on Earth. No Place to by Dompcey and G. Carper, tier. League Leaders Taken intoj Camp 7-2 in Soft Ice Battle I at Macleod 1 especial to the Herald) MACLEOD, Feb. a crowd of 700 fans in a gruelling contest, Mac- leod swamped the fast Blairmore team I to the tune of The ice wag soft and the chocking heavy, and the back-checking of Mac- leod players was too .much for Blair- more, Blalnnore netted the drat goal Big Crowd Is Wanted For The Coleman Game "IT'S A GIFT" Grafting, Selling oil atoclc. Selling autoi. Bullconnlng your ma-in-law. Picking the winners. Keeping out of jail. six, minutes, and the for Blairmore. In the .second period Macleod cams back strong scoring two goali In' quick succession. With two minutes to play Barbour took a pass from r Graham tieini tue score. In the third period both teams came on vhe ice prepared to battle to a! finish. From the faceoff Levasrieur; took the puck out working through i the Blairmore defence, fooled the Tjialrmore goalie putting Macleod one up, From there on the play j all at the Blairmore nets. Macleod showed superiority in com- j lunation, winning in four goals in quick succession. In the last of the third period the checking became very heavy. Powers and Tony Valprava beine; banished to the peualty for two minutes' mixing mixing it up. Blairmore'put up a game light, but the absence of Turner ou defence j und the heavy checking of Macleod; proved their undoing. The game ended, Macleod 7. Blair- j more 2. The cry was heard from Sergt.' Healey, Macleod hockey manager.! "Two to One on. but none of the fans seemed to favor hip bet. The line-up was as follows J. MacDouald; defence, H. Murphy; left defence, A. 0. Fritz; centre, R. Pot-tm; left wing. H. LevaRseur; right wing, F. McPar- land; subl, .T. R. Pnrdie, F. P. Bryne. righft de- fence, Harbour; left defence, Elevln: Centre, Goddard; left wing, CrraliHm; right wing, Valpraya; subs, Mrl.eod, Brown. "Tiber period ended Don't Give Up Because Today is Be Way Down Friday A big crowd for the Caleman- Lethbrldge game in Blairmore on Friday ia wanted. There will be a large gang of rooters for the Coleman team out and Lethbridge will need all the support they can According to statements made to The Herald laat night after the news of the Blairmore defeat got around there will be a good sized gang of rooters going with tht Ltthbridge boys, providing the weather is good to us. However plan on going because it may be forty below by Friday night. SASK RINKS DROP IN WINNIPEG 'SPIEL WINNIPEG. Feb. 9.-- Saskatchewan rinks did not show up so well in the morning draw oil the local 'spiel, losing three out of fiv? games. In the Birku The dense blue smoke swirled 'round and 'round. Half blinded by its pungent sweep Ugglegpat leaped up and down. Also down and up. Then through the mass of vapor, two slant- i ing almond eyes stared at him, grim- !ly, terribly. "Quok, quok; the foreign !devil is among us! Quok, came the dreadful voice fA Few Pantsoo. Then Ugglespat realized that he was in the lair of Uahra1 Lyar Ttt, foe of White Men. His hand sought his pock- et, convulsively. Then again came that dreadful voice: ''You no gottee monee, you no gettee sliirtee; clum tomollow." In a fame full of laughs Lethbridge defeated Pincher Creek last night by a score of. six to four. It was a one- sided game played chiefly on one side of the rink. It was impossible to skate on the north side and the boys had some splendid running races there. The "south side however was fairly good ice, but a little heavy. Twice Pincher tied the score on Lethbridge ..and right up to the last few of the game Pincher had good chances of winning. Mc- Lean, playlns goal for Pincher was right up to JUs top form and saved the Pincher team many goals, while Alexander the fence men a strong game, bot'a of -thent getting .away for some good J" .centre juayed a dangeroua maiv at all periods. Bobbie, playing left- wingv was a hard worker and hii did likewise. Plncner Creek's team is. compoacd of as flne sports as any hockey team could .wish to meet. The two hun- dred and fifty spectators laughed all through '.the and both teams got as fua out of It as the spec- tators. Reber was the only player who -could not be into a foot race .on the bad side of the ice. but enjoyed tho stunt. was a bear at the foot stuff bat It. was impossible- to hold the Lethbridge players stuck pretty well to the food ice in their playing but. whenever, the puck would get over onto the soft ice the crowd was ready for a good leach because some- body was sure to take a header and sweep the slush up for a few feet. Lethbridoo Scores Lethbridse started the scoring. Three -and a half minutes after the start of the game Fred Henderson made a long rush from 'the defence for first tally. Five minutes later Billy Henderson broke through Pln- the period ended four to three for LetUbridge. After a nine minutes' of play Char- ette. tied the score for Pincher and two minutes later McFee put bridge ahead again. Four minutes later Billy Henderson scored, finish ing the scoring. Evenly Contested The game was far more evenly con- tested than the above account of the goals would appear. Playing con- ditions were bad but Pincher fought hard. Fred Henderson, defence for Lethbridge -again showed up strong. He got away for several brilliant rushes for the. entire length of the rink. Boucher got away a number of times but had bad luck at the Pincher goal. Reber' played a strung; game, playing considerable combination. Grant went on for. a few'- minaites in the third period to get: warmed up and showed considerable improve- ment. The ice was too heavy for his speed. McFee in. centre kept his faith with Ms followers by playing hard all the 'time Podger. had to stop some good' ones and was right on the job The playere were 'Podger; defence, Boucher and F Henderson; centre, McFoe; right 'wing. .Billy Henderson; left wing, Reber; spares. Grant and Paul McLean; Armstrong and Alexander; defence, centre, Marquis; right wing, Dobble; left wing, Maclean; spans, Charetts Goal Summary First period: Lethbridge, Fred Henderson. 3 1-2 minutes; Lethbridge, Billy Henderson, 41-2 minutes; Pin- cher Creek, Dobble, 1 minute. Second Period: Pincher Creek, Armstrong, 6 minutes; Pincher Creek, Armstrong, 3 minutes; Lethbrfdge, Reber, 3 minutes. Third Period: Pincher Creek, Chat'- cher's defence for a score. One mln-1 minutes; Lethbrldge, McFee, 11 minutes; Lethbridge, Fred Hender- ute later Dpbbie scored. The puck had been scraped up the bad section and a long shot was made on Leth- bridge's goal. A miiup followed and Dobbie scored. Three and a half minutes later Heber got a goal' in a mixup and that ended the scoring for the first period, three to one for Lethbridge being the result. Paul went in centre for Lethbridge at the first of the second- period, Six i minutes after the period opened Arm- strong got away for a score, and three j minutes later he did likewise, tleing) the score again. Four more minutes j brought another goal for Rehcr and! son, 4 minutes. Last night-saw-tiro games in the Wright shield. Peat defeating Scott and Hamilton winning from Marrs. Tabar phoned thai due to mild wea- ther would not be on hand to contest their claim for the Cadillac cup, as there .were-only two sheets that were in anyway reasonably tight it is- lust -well they did not come. Cadillac games should bo on keen ice if possible. If the weather gets colder five games will be played tonight- all in the Wrigbt shield, for the city cham- pionship. The draw being McNabb vs Clark. Greenway vs Stewart. Crawford vs Dull. Peat vs Kirkham. Aird vs Carberry. Two Lethbridfe Basketball Teams Will Be in Action Basketball fans will be given another opportunity of Meing the ttama in action. Stirl- ing will ke Frld.y night for junior and acnlor gamtj on the Y.M.C.A. floor. So fir this year the turnout at hoop haa btan some- what disappointing and It Is do- that at this game ttw boys be liven good encouragement by a larger gall.ry. The Ltthkrldge boys In good to win the I HERALD TAKES Up to Monday, Roger Horusby had been sold, since he entered the big league, for exactly the i St. Louis club has never been able to {gather ail the money in any one loca- tion. Ifoyle, tltp card shark, was boru in 1672, and died in 1769. He lived for if he had known that we were going to inject deuces wild iuto his program he.'d never have last- ed half so long. Thit will be a tough year for wob- HOCKEY RESULTS P.C.H.L. STANDING VANCOUVER. Feb. coast hockey association standing Won. Lost. Pet. Seattle Vancouver Victoria G 10 .600 CANADIAN DOCS WIN NEW YOEK, Feb. the combined terrier nhow held Wednesday in Madisou Square Garden as a curtain raiser to the Westminster Kennel Club show opening today, Canadian dogs were well represented m the winners, lit the Alt-dale terriers, Jos. Russell of Toronto, president of Kennel club, scored the 'Canadian heavily with Olaycllff Man O'War. Other Canadian winners -were A. K. Murby of Toronto, owner, of Harney Warlock and A. E. tHnhy of Prince Albert, Sask. bly fielders. Unless the ball knocks 'em cold, a boot, a muff, or a wild trophy. Hyde. Itesina. took the small j chuck will niean the redundant and re- ond o[ a 11-li score against Staples, j silient raspberry, and yells of "How Winnipeg; Dyon, Antler, dropped I much for that one? Did they put it 15-10 game to McDonald. Winnipeg. I under your and in the Eaton trophy. Audisbn. j Ktenen, went down to defeat at i.ho I Uncle Alison has one laugh on the hands of Bracken, agricultural col- younger generation. He managed tho "u> ilsony in third until the score Seattle 6; Vancouver 2 pb au even game in the. first period here tonight, in which each'team scored a goal, Seattle pulled ahead of Van- couver in the- second and plied on lege. 10-11. Simpson. Kamsiick, was successful against Will mis. Winnipeg, in the flirks. out with a 127 score, while in tiie same competition Mc- Kellar, Carlylc, kept in the running by obtaining n default from Bell- Carman. FIGHT OVER BOXING Chicago National League ball club j iibout as many years as all his suc- cessors put together have stuck upon the -job. The least expensive amusement: Forgetting to Copyright National Nawspsper Service TRY WHITE SOX ON MARCH 1 CHICAGO. Feb. council hearing on tlio proposed state law to authorize boring was Interrupted yes- terday by a light between Tonimy Whits, featherweight champion and Alderman Lyle. The light resulted from White's ad- vocacy of a clause permitting deci- contests. 'Neither was seriously intured by the-few Mows. of the baseball CHICAGO, Feb. Trial Chicago American leugun players indicted for alleged complicity in "throwinR" the 1918 .world's series to the Cincinnati- National league team, was today set for March 1. Oeorge (Buck) Weaver and Oscar (Happy) Felsch were in court the preliminary hcarlic. but the others were represent hy cttorneya, was eix to two in favor of the locals. Ottawa 7; Hamilton 4 OTTAWA. Feb. champion Ottawas completely outclassed Ham- ilton Tigers hero tonight in a Na- tional Hockey league game when they defeated the visitors by a. score of 7 to -t. From the outset the Senators assumed the offensive and the game wan never In doubt after the first period. St. Pats 5; Canadiens 3 MONTREAL, Feb. 111 the opening period St. Patricks came back strong in the second, and slu- ed a rally that spellad defeat for Can- adiens in.theis scheduled N.H.L. fix- ture tonight. 3t. Patricks outplayed the locals in the second period and in the third, winning the game by 5 to 3 after e exhibition at hockey, I Typos Lose on Total Pins.But f Pull Last Two Games Out of the Fire losing the first game with tbe Coca Colas in the city ten pin lea- gue last night, the team came back strong and took the last two games by consistent bowling. How- ever, they were down 23 pins on the total for the night. Coca Colas broke two league recorda last when they rolled 898 in the first game for high- est game, and Dick _Smith rolled 690 for his three games, getting 213 iu the first and 211 in the last game. Ths Giants and Dominions are sche- duled to roll tomorrow night, but on account of the basketball. gamo be- tween Stirling and Lethbridge, the same will likely he rolled tonight in- stead. The scores COCA COLA 1st 2nd TORONTO, Feb. D. Me- Ewan, secretary of the Scottieh as- sociation players' union, is arranging an international tonr the United States and Canada for a soccer team of selected Scottish league players, all of whom are highly paia professionals. The old country team is to be drawn carefully from Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dundee and Aberdeen. The Canadian cities to >be visited if arrangements are made arc Quebec, Montreal, Tor- onto, Ottawa, and Windsor. The team probably would play in Toronto in the second or third week In May. Want Next Week's Prires To Go a. Above Hundred Dollars Time is .drawing clofe for the end- ing of another football competition so do not fall to get .your coajons in toe mail. This week seventr-fire will be divided among -the winners and it 19 hoped that next .week's wilt go considerable above the hundred mark. Don't forget tbat the contest will close with the first mail In The Herald on Saturday So. be anre to get your coupon in the mails in time. With each coupon mast be twenty-five cents as entrance fee. BELLEVUE JUNIOR HOCKEYISTS BUSY (From Our Own Correspondent) BBLLBVUB, Feb. Bellerue junior hockey team journeyed to PXcher Creek thit week to play the juniors of Pincher Creek, bit when they got on the ice they found some, of the senior team facing them, but that didn't trouble them much. They played thorn and took beatlnr. The.y. were, white-washed but .they had to put''three seniors on to the ice) to do it. That showed tho boys that .Mc- Lean, Dobbie A Co., play Junior all well aa senior hockey tor Richer Creek. Red! Qolto o Urge misaber ot BoUeme people took in the match, at Lothbrldto on WedMOday lut. BoHeroo JoBlor hockey boat Hillcreat on Thandoy erntlti in laat fuu of hockey at tie Bells- rue rink. Smoke it for PHONE tW FIFTH BTREST Schweitzer Morrison Price Smith Shaver Needs 174 147 215 161 164 123 164 L'03 155 898 HERALD- Evans Ulster McNabb Jones Frey 1st Jot 167 142 194 191 2nd 202 159 161 143 186 3rd Tot. 484 270 133 590 579 463 3rd Tot. 541 498 452 BOO 607 335 The four-year-old son of Fred Ray 0( Guflah was drowned in an old quarry behind tbe rubber factory, ifbtre others were skating. "HERALD" Football Competition THIS WEEK LSS OOVERNINQ THE COMPE. TITION ARE AS FOLLOWS: FORM 1. Ths competition will be culKil The Hera'-l Football Competition. 3. Competitors will ba entitled to as many entries aj-tliey desire, provided. tach entry 13 accompaMed by twenty- flve and coupons to tht Dum- ber o' entries. I. .Competitors must cross out thR names' Qt tile clubs they think lose and cross out the numes ot both if .they consider a draw will ruult. 4. Coupon! can only secured from Sporting of The Herald. 5. All monies received will be re- turned to prliefl. The amount and r.umbera of prizes will be publiftlieil Vondiy morning for that week's camel. of CGmpetUiocs will' bt pubnsbed every Wednesday and cheqUM to suoceftufnl competitors will be mailed Immediately on receipt of confirmation by the Athletic Newa. 9. AH entrtftB must be posted or de- livered to Herald before mid- night A Friday past- nitric fram points outMde of the city of will he considered as containing a legitimate T. The name and address of the competitor mutt clearly marked on each cpupon. I. Stamps must not used-u for entrlaa. S. All entries mutt be aaonased to the editor, Football Cora petition, Tbe HaraJeV It. The MorClnc Editor'! dedslti be final. 11 SmaloTMS at The Kerala are barred freai tbe GAMES TO BE PLAYED SAT., FEB I2TH. ENTRIES CLOSE FRIDAY, MID- NIGHT FIRST DIVISION Aaton VIMa vs Sunderland. Burnley va Derby County. Chelsea vs West Tottenham va Manchester C. SECOND DIVISION Barnsley va Cardiff C. Hull va Stoke. Port Vale vs Nottt Co: South Shields va Wednesday. THIRD DIVISION Exeter C. vs Grimsby. Gillinghtm vs Norwich. Plymouth vs Queens Park R. Watford vs Reading. SCOTTISH LEAGUE Aberdeen va Clydebank. Albion R. vt Hibernians. Falklrk va Clyde. Hearts va Motherwell. T enter tbe Herald Football Com- petition In accordance with the rules and conditions announced above, and agree to accept the pub- lished decision as final and lectUr Iddrm...................... ;