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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, 1920 VBRINGING UP FATHER G. McManus WORLD OF TA nil! IH FOR MULLEN Lethbridge in Line For Play- down to See Who Will Represent Alberta REGINAJ Sask., Alberta Amateur Hockey Associa- tion has sent in a challenge for the Allan Cupr according to ad- vlcei received tonight from Secre- tary Bettschtn, of the C. A. H. A, Lethbrldge hockey players are anx- iously awaiting word from President Joe Drjscoll about the playdowa for the 'provincial championship. The Lethbriilge team, though they have two games yet .to piay, are conceded to be the league winners in this sec- tion.. Tiiey have beateri Medicine Hat are therefore champions of South- ern Alberta. Their applications for amateur cards have all been made and now tlioy tvant to tackle the winners ot Ian northern leagues. So they are walling to hear from President coll as to what team they meet next. According to the C. A. H. A., the Dig Four Is ineligible (of Allan CUp competition so It will bo up to tlio Edmonton and Calgary city leagues, Letb bridge, and I he winner oC the Rosebud League, which. looks Itka Crpsstleld, to play down. Lelbbridgo will likely meet tho Calgary city champions, and Crossfleld tho Edmon ton winners, aud the two winners will battle for the finals and challenge for the Allan Cup. Lethbrldge, without Is having a hard tEme to itcep In shape, so an cf fort Is being "made tu line up a couple of games iu Calgary to try out their lucli. Something definite should be known this week. LEAGUE WILL Mi Eight Rinks and Eighty Inside S. K. Tries To Humor 'em All (By J. S. K.) The Colls competition has the floor, or tbe ice, or whatever you care to call it. Anyway, they arc all halter broke, though rearing n bit, and fcoliug their oats. Bvcry one 13 a thoroughbred, and Simons to decorate- himself with a bit of blue ribbon. This competition Is always a merry clang, nouo from start to finish': The skips can make use- of all tlio alibis they ever heard the Old Hoys use, nnd can do a little of the hollering "sweep, sweep" that in other games they have to obey. For the rest of the are all willing slaves. Each nnd t-vory member of the Colts lias washed his arms, all ready to strap on the wrist watches, that they hear are to be the prises. The competition committee are in touch with lugersoll to provide four ot the most beautiful gold-filled, 'sloeu-Jowel movements of lho variety that made lho least.something equally as-good will bo provided. Seals for Inside sfcipi are at a p mium. The S. .It. sign will hung out early, Hugh rioyd Is director of ies, jutlgn of play, bumpfi: adjudicator, and court of lael Scott and John QUESTION DEMPSEY'S EX-WIFE SAN JfRANCISCO, Ken. Maxfne Dempsey, former wife- fs of Jack uppearcd be- tore the federal grand jury here today to bo questioned re- gurdlng alleged charges sho made and afterward repudiated. to the effect that Deinpsey had falsified his selective draft re- cords. Frank Spcllnuui, repre- tentative ot a moviug plcluro company employing Dcmpsey, also was-sumnioned to appear before tho jury. ferce, have Season Opens April 14, Closes Oct. Openers Are Played NEW YORK, Feb. a playing schedule of 154 games the National League baseball seaton of 1920 will begin on Wednesday, April 14, and dotes on Sunday. October 3, The Initial games of the' pennant race have been ar- ranged as follows-: .Boston at New York; Philadelphia at Brook- .lyn; Pittsburg .at St. Louis and Chicago at Cincinnati. The other half of the circuit will have the opening games on Thursday, April 22 with Cincinnati at Chi- cago; St. Louis at Pittsburgh; Brooklyn at Philadelphia and New York at Boston. In the five citloi .'.'where buMball can be played on Sundayi the visiting clubs been well taken care of In the distribution of garnet while rtone of them has overiooked In Allotment of 'Saturday and holiday plums. There are only four conflicting dates In the en- tire schedule. .Theie are May 'J, June 27, September 5 and 26, on each of which the Chicago Nation- al and American League Clubs will be playing'at home. CURLING EDMONTON 'SPIEL NEAR1NQ CLOSE EDMONTON'. Alia., Feb. the land, and tho Lacombe skip earned the brackels; winning a game In which thero was some good curling, 10-5. .Ti> tho double rink event for tbe Al- berta cup, Mae and Hunt, of tho Itoyals, defeated McLaughlln and Lea. of Tofleld, by the ha'udy score of 27-17, Ilae being up 14-5 and Hunt 13-10; while in tho single rink com- petition Nairn of the Capitals, won from Dempster of Unity, by the nar- Defeated Coleman Rinks Twice in Same Competition (SpeeiaHo the Herald) COLT-MAN, Feb. rinks from Plncher Creei travelled to Cole- man by auto nnd engaged In friendly competition with our own curlers on Thursday, Feb. 5th. Tho first garno started n inni j nQ j'lncncr UoyS jell TOr Home lit hrm until Vnh User, fell siralhconi..! j.so with the wishes c-f Hie Cole-1 postponed until 1-cb. ..i. by a tcorc ot Keller coins the finals by reason of his win. In tho same competition, Dr. Audorton of tho Royals, won from Ritchie of SJlralhcona, 104, nud moves up Into the fours. Morrison of Lacurahe, and '.Morris o! met la tho eights of llio Klrk- an Curling Club. LEONARD DEFEATS DUNDEE JBHSBr CfTy, N.J., Feb. Ixjonard, lieblwf-lfbf plon, outfought Jotiimy Dundee, of Kew York, In every -roiinil of an eight round bout here PETE HERMAN WON ST. LOUIS, Mo., Feb. Her. rnftn. linninm champion, won thQ news paper decision over Johnny Goldberg. of Brooklyn, In an sight-rousA tteul licrc tonight. to another American club except by r.tlv'.i, Another for Mile n player to ale with unotii'ir club for his without (lie of Mt man- .'igsr. Clubs niiut not negotiate with players of other clubs without tho knowledgo of the chib In whom tho player belongs. a. .third resolu- llin, a game postponed' In one city may off in tho otftcr citj In cases where tho Mason hns closed In the plrice the game wa their day they possessed a great num- ber of admirers and excitement was always ke'en In this Wanderers .7.... 6 Blackburn Rovers 5 Aston Villa............. 5 Sheffield United 3 Old Etonians 2 West Bromwicti Albion 2 Bury................... 2 Sheffield Wednesday 2 Wqlvc-rbampton Wand'r'rs 2 Oxford University 1 Royal 1 Clapham Hovers......... 1 Old Carthusians 1 Blackburn Olympic 1 Preston North End Notts County 1 Nottingham Forest 1 Totlenhara Hotspur 1 Manchester City 1 Everton.............. 1 Manchester United 1 Newcastle United...... 1 Bradford 1 Barnsley.....'. 1 Burnley............... 1 Out of (list list, some still remain In the running Tor tbls year, but others President Comlskey of the Chicago iiany Ot th0 teams are bygones, but in club, Frazee of Boalon, and Ruppertof New. York, were accepted: President Johrdon found bis auth- ority as league executive altered so far as major disciplinary actions were coi.cerned, an arbitration bohrd re- of two members befog appointed to Investigate all pun- ishments ordered In excess ot 10 days suspensions and S100 lines, on the other hand, it was agreed to dis- miss three s'uits'ifc-oitght against him by the Now TSorftclub. It was also agreed' to reinstate Pit- cher Carl Mays of the Now York club, whose purchase from the Boston lied Sox last summer, started the trouble. Other Items In the reconcilia- tion program were: nccommendations to the national commission to award third place in the American League race to Now York and third prize money to the players of tho York club. Appointment of a comtnlllee on arbitration for two years. Col. Jacob Rii'ppert of New York, and Clark Grtffltli of Washington, were appointed 'to the arbitration board which will also act as a review- ing committee. In case tho reviewing committee Is unable to reach a de- cision, It was decided to submit tlie disputed question'; to a federal judge In Chicago. CHICAGO. Feb. Club owners of tho American league met In a long discussion last night in on attempt to cud tho factional fight which haa claimed tire attention of tho magnates Elnco Pitcher Carl Mays was pur- chased by the New York club from tlio Boston Red Sox last summer. After several hours' debate no decision was reached nni! none', seemed In sight be- fore this nftcrnoft'i. An informal meeting, which was limited to the club owners, was held last evening and, according to some of those who attended, It appeared that the "liovo of peace" would bo present at (bo night session, which was called to order at 10 o'clock. Tho formal gathering followed tbe regn- lar day meeting, at which time a sche- dule calling for 154 games during 1920 season was ntlopted. Thfl rules which were amended at the meeting -Monday of the joint rules committee ot the American and National leagues were approved. While trades were engineer- ed by National league 'managers and owners yesterday, there was lltilo talk regarding trades ID tho Ameri- can league. Ono of Ihe new rules will cllminato Sacrifice fll03 from buuiOiaiira Biii! score them with other sacrifice hits One rc.ioluilon pascci) yesterday prohibits the ii.-ule, ssje, loan or trans- far of a I'laycr between July I mid lho cloaf, of !ho championship season Owa Feb. ii Ihe Fernle kocks] team went down to at thi bunds o( the t'erate kwrtfnUoa t< the tune ot IB to 10. SU-ann hockc] was played, and "Pep" Colton la goal for Fernle the for Fernlo, B.C, AFTER AMATEUR CHAMPtOMMIPS IN THE HOCKEY WORLC VArMOUVKt, B.C., Feb. lib. Coiemkta MBior and aaaleui ckaioyioM will a bid (01 national leoiot, Gordon A. Mould, ot thi s. B. C. II. JL, uiaoaaccd today. tries tor txXi will gi forward tomorrow to W, 0. Beltschen of Hie Canadian Aaiteuj .Boduy AMoclatlon. OH AUTO LIVERY Special Service on Country Trips Phonet 787 RMidence 1210 ivho covered them'solvea with glorj have bit the. dust uud comiiarativel; now teams are In tho ruanlne yet. The following 1C teams remain to choose from, and as the result of thi third round on the 21st inst., eight o these will bo eliminated. Send in your guess right away. Liverpool TS, Birmingham. Chelsea Leicester Fosse. Preston vs. Bradford City. Bristol Cily vs. Cardiff. Aston Villa va. SunderlaiKh vs. Bradford. Toltonlifinr vs. West Ham. Hudderafield vs. Plymouth Argyle. Rules of the Competition 1. Tho compellto'r'will till in tbe coupon below, giving Iba namo of the team he or she '.thinks will win, aud the number of goals scored by that team. 2. Twenly-fiy.e cents must accom- pany each entrj. Competitors are al- lowed to eend is as-'many entries as they wish, but each entry must ho ac- companied by. twenty-five cents. 3. In the event of more than oiie person sending in n correct result, the first prize will be equally divided. This will also apply in the case of the second find other .prizes. no correct result Js submitted, tho near- est guess will receive first prize. .._ 4. Names and addresses should ho written plainly, and entries enclosed in a sealed .envelope, addressed to the Editor, Competition, Leth-. bridge- Herald, -and dropped in tba box in the Herald business office, or staff sent'through 5. 'No membeV'of the -Heraia' wlll.be allowed. to comnc'tc.-' 6. AH entries must be received at the Herald by 'Friday, Feb. 20 th. Entry Form I. hereby' to', trio ccnd litona laid down iu connection with the competition, anil agree to abide by tho decision bt 'the Herald Sporting Name........................... Address...................... Name oMeaia................... Goals scored SOMETHING BETTER I am ittll painting r.utos In the same old a good full imported, high grade varnlshei, etc. First to be obtained since hostilities abroad. THE OLD CAR MADE NEW HARRY W. SHORT 405 SIXTH AVENUE 8, PHONE 417 MACDONALDS Eddie Berger Joe Flcntteln CITY TAXI SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Country Trips a Specialty Phone 1856, Office 409 3rd Ave. 3., Alberts.. Ride in a McLaugHlln it coiti no more, Basement, Dominion Bldff. Entrance Sixth SlreeL ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 Fifth StS. ANYTHING IN RADIATORS Electric Welding CAR Lawford Welding Co. 2nd Ave., Opp. Lethbrltfge Hotel Phone 1544 i We Have Installed a Full Equip- ment AUTOMOBILE RADIATORS Can handle ell makes of Expert Hot Afr Kurnace FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet MeUI 335 6th St. South Phone 1711 Vimy Auto Repair Shop Adams Block .13th Street GENERAL REPAIRS FOR AUL MAKEB OF CARS. By Experienced FORD SERVICE AGENCY TIRES 8TORAQI ALt WORK IS GUARANTEED 0, f. WILSON, W, TULLOCH ;