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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta w THE LETHBrilDGti DAILY HERALD BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. McMamvi9! 4Mt 'TAKE. MOUbE TELL. ME vnre. >T'J> ME. COME AN LET ,e KNOW WELL- COT IT 1% TICKLED TO DEATH- WHAT ijAvX? OWi "SHE ITS'WONDERFUL HOW fcoCH CAN Hockey Results z TOSOS TO.' "e'j. Patricks Qtwbeo here tonight came home la (rant by a score o( 7 to 3. The close checklni of the at. Pit- ricks had Quebec conspJsUly bewil- dered ami towards the never Und a, cianca. 4, CANAWf NS S OTTAWA, Feb. on even termt wiUt la thu sacond halt of Nattonal hockey race tonight when they iba flylug Frenchmen Ho 3. VANCOUVER 4. 8 SEATTIJB, Feh. Vancoiv rer Invaded and ptaylm whirl- wind hockey defeated locals by a score of (our to two. TABER S, MEDICINE HAT 3 MEDICINE HAT, Alia., Feb. Before good crowd Tab- if tiu local-senior hoiie? learn by 5 to 3. WORLD OF !E 'I Hopes to Sign Articles (o Meet Pose for the Movies OLD COUNTRY FOOTBALL LEAGUE STANDINGS v English Dlvltion P. W. L. D. r. A. P. West Bromwieh 26 19 7 D 74 35 38 Sunderland 27 1C 9 Burnley 2S 13 S Chelsea 27 14 10 Liverpool 2S 13 10 Manchester City 27 12 9 Here's Some Dope for Soccer Fans to Help Them File Their Guess The Herald Sporting KJitor has re ceived a Dumber of enquiries relating io the winners of the "Cup" In re-r bent years, and a table follows ebow-j isg results since tho year 1900. Here they arc. All tho finalists tor! the Cup since 1900. aud Ihcir scores. A remarkable feature of Cup tie finals IB Iho small Only nn one oc- casion since 3SOO has the winning team scored more than threa goals, and ontv limes pervlously eince the competition started in 1871. Look] at Iho scores ot the iojing finalists. Only on four occasions did they score. It will Ihus .bo seen that It is au uncomomii lliins for (he winners to pile up a big score. 1801 Totleiiham, Sheffield N1., 1. Sheffield U., 2; Southampton, f 1303 Bury. 6; Derby County, 0. 1304 Manchester Bollon W., 0. 1905 Aston Villa, 2; Newcastle, 0. 190G Everton, 1; Newcastle. 0. 1S07 Sheffield Wed., 2; Everton, 1. 1SOS Wolverhampton, 3; Newcastle, 1. 1909 1; Bristol C., 0. 1910 Newcastle, 'i; BarnaK-y, 1911 nradford C., 1; Newcastle, 0. 1912 Barnsley, 1; W. Bromwich. 0. 1913 Aston V., 1; Sundorland, 0. 1914 Curnley. 1; Liverpool, 0. 1915 SheffleW U.. 3; Chelsea, 0; 1916-17-18-19. Competition discon- tinued on account of the war. AJ1 you have !o do is to wrllo on the accompanying entry form your aanae and address, tho team you pick, and tho number of goals tha team scores In tho final game. Kas; isn't It? Just fill up a form nnd see how can get to the correct; and how closo you can get tn Ihe prlzo money. 525.00 is offer- ed for first prize, aud ?10.00 for the second, tho saina to be increased ac-l cording to 'number of entries. By the I way the. guesses are coming in, it likely the prizes will Increased by ft goodly gum. Mall your guess lo the Editor Football Competition, The Herald, or hand same In at the busi- ness office. The following 1_S teams remain (o ehooso-frouyand as the .result of the third round on the 21st inst., eight of these will be eliminated. Send in your guess right away. Liverpool 7s. Birniingbam. Chelsea vs. Leicester Fosse. Preston vs. Bradford City. Biislol City vs; Cardiff. Aslon "His TC. Sunderiand. Nolts County vs. Bradford. Toltcnham 'Spurs vs. West Ham. Huddersfielil vs. Plymouth. Argyle. of :1he Competition 1. The competitor will fill in tho coupon below, giving the name of the team ho or she thinks will win, and the number of goals scored by th'at team. Twenty-five, cents must acconv NEW YORK, Feb. cable i advices received here yesterday state lhat Georges Cnvpcntler, European heavyweight champion, will sail for this country on Jiarch 13 and ex- peels lo box Jack Uempsey for Ihe world's title In tho United States dur- ing the monll! of September. lu addi- tion to Carpentier and his manager, Dcscsmps, the-party include two French pugilists of lighter classes, I. Ledous aud Georges Papin. It Is understood that Carpentier has both film and vaudevilla contracts which will occupy his lime for four or fivo months after his Arrival in America. Before the expiration of these contracts, It Is expected that the French pugilist "will have been formally signed to meet Dempsey. Tex Kickard, who promoted the. WI1- lard-Demnscy contest at Toledo, re- fused yesterday the report thnl Carpcintier was.coming to this country under contract with him. It is, known, however, liial Descamps has requested Richard to secure matches for both Ledb'ux and Papin, which leads to [he general expecta- tion that ilicka-d will announce the 30 34 7 41 43 S3 3 39 32 31 D 45 32 31 6 56 47 30 8 48 44 39 5 31 27 29 4 46 42 28 7 42 36 2 9 41 42 27 5 45 48 3 5 48 41'26 6 40 41 26 5 45 49 24 7 41 23 7 33 41 23 6 37 54 23 8 32 32 22 5 36 59 20 2 28 49 13 6 22 -10 English Division W. LL D. P. A: P. Boltoc Wand'cr.29 II 10 Bverton...... Mlddleshoro. Nolts County .i Bradford City Derby County Preston N. E. Manchester U... Blackburn R. Oldhatu Athletic 25 S 15 Sheffield Wed..' T, 8 15 Tottenham H. 26 21 Hudderstield Birmingham BJackpooI ___ West Ham U. Stoke Bristol Cily Fulham Barusley Hull City South Shields Stockport Co. Bury Notts Leicester City' 9 12 a 20 43 2: f and a' lowed to send is os many entries as hey wish, hut each entry must ha accompanied by twenty-five cents. 3. In. Ihe event ol reoro than pno person sending in a correct result, the first prize will be equally divided. This will also apply in the case In case Denipfiey Is tinarail-ablo for any Mike O'Dowd, or T promlsing'light-heavyweight, may be used as Carpentier'3 opponent ju the ring debut of the Frenchman IB this country. correct result is submitted, the nearest guess will receive first prize. 4. Names and addresses should ba wriltcn plainly, and entries enclosed j n n scaled envelope, addressed to the Editor, Football Competition, I.eth-bridgo Herald, and dropped in the box in the Herald business office, or sent through the mail. 5. Mo member of the Herald staff will be allowed to compete. G. All entries must be received at (he Herald .by Friday, Feb. the -weather generall) tlio curlers nre morfi than holding their own. Five games were playct last night. In tho shield, Charlie Car berry made a runaway race of it from Hugh Boyd. Noinie Macleod got (In on Peat auU was never in dan ger. This leaves four rinfcs In th shield aud tbcy- pair to play 18 iol lows: Clark vs Macleod. Carherry vs Kirkbara, Weather permitling, game will bo played tonight. The Colts This joy festival got away nlcelj Tlirea games were played. Hair Pilling won in an extra-end fcatur from P.iltctEon. Patterson was fiv down coming homo, and just gathcre in thai number to a tee. But Harr slipped the clutch hack into low an crawled out on the next end by sco ing a nicely-played end for two. Clarence SIcLcan'let, Hca get awa Tor tho first .three cnfla, then he tur ed loose his deputy sheriff nnd halli Tommy Eltnona to collect the prune Geo. Dixon put n- copper bottom o Entry Form I hereby agreo to thi conditions laid down in connection with tho competition .and agrco to abide by the decision of the Herald Sporting Editor. "i -Name z 1 s! Address o! c Name o' team T. 26 15 2G 15 a i'T 14 7 26 13 C 26 H 10 2C 9 0 26 11 8 27'-12 10 9 20 10 9 11 .''25: S 10 3 72 19 45 6 58 23 30 6 47 21 36 C 48 24 24 7 27 23.33 33 SO 23 25 7 35 32 29 a 47 33 23 2 59 53 33 S 30 '29' 28 C 41 30 25 4 33 31 26 7 31 3S 23 RothcrhamCo.. '28" S 14 6 32 57 22 Port...Vale... 13 VANCOUVER, B.C., 11.. Wlnnlptj will be the Kent of the 1UO world's proftMlonal hoikey if the Hockey. Leigue officiilt accept pro- poul submitted to them by Pre- sident Frank 'Patrick, of the P. C. H. A. Art offer to have the champions of the coait league play off with the eastern champions In the prairie capital went forward ycs- tirday to President Frank Cslder, of the national Patrick points out that In view of the un- satirfwlory ending s'f series in Seattle, that It'would be In the interests of both leagues and the game to stage this sea- un's titular series on neutral Ice, suggesting Winnipeg as the bat- tleground for the'cup matches. v LETHBRIDGE HOOPERS VISIT CARDSTON TODAY Tonight the and stott teams will finish, their league games and although Iho "Y" team has won from this south town at'home, they nev- thetess expect.a hard and fiir- fous their own floor. The second team will be playing for .tho'championship tonight. Card3ton and Leth- bridge's second teams are tied 50 you may be sure these two teams are obi for blood. Don't forget Medicine Hat visits Lclhbrldgo on the 20lh. OTT AUTO UVERY Special on Counlry Trips 1 Phonu 787 RMldttvet 1210 COULON TO BOX .LEtfoUX IN PARIS CHICAGO, Feb. Johnny Coulou former bantamweight champion HADtpOFIl Shover Beat Josh Moore hut that Was Only Look-in For Lelhbridge The local bowlers played the re- turn games 'of 'the Interlown series at Barons last the remit that Shover added 57 pins to his lead of 37 over Josh Moore, and took the round by 94 pins.' Sbover bowled con- mp.tched to box 13_ rounds with j sistently throughput and had_ high Charles ._..... lett for J. Saturday. If Coulou defeats Ledoux he will remain In France until.Jimmy Clapton Orient. 27 Wolverhampton 25 Lincoln City Coventry City S 15 6-12 Wilde returns 1 37 13 20: pounced. 4 29 43 20 to EnglanuV he, an- Griiasb'y Town 27 5 17 3 17 26 5 13 7 35 46 19 5 -'3 6S 15 8 17 5C 14 3 53 13 Southern League P. W. D. F. A. P. Porlsmoulh. 27 17 Cardiff City Crystal Palace 27 13 Watford......27 15 Queen's Park It 26 14 Reading 28 11 Exeter City. 27 11 Norwich Cily 2i il Plymouth Arg... 10 Swindon TOWU.-2G 11 AMERICA CUP RACES, JULY 15 LONDON Feb. first race for tho America's cup In the lulerua- tional between Sir Thomas Lipton's challenger Shamrock IV. and the New u n r >v j. -York Yacht Club's unnamed defender 5 B'EO'-IO 39 Will ho sailed on Thursday, July 15, -6 T 15 27 35 iccordlng to an announcement mode 11 43 27 35'here today by the Royal Ulster Yacht 4 40 27 341 Club, ol which Sir Thomas 13 a mem- 5 45 25 33 C 11 35 30 33 9 7 34 29 29 G 43 31 28 5 33 20 23 6 39 37 28 Brentford Sonnthend U. 27 10 25 7 8 9 Q S 33 33 2S 7 11 27 30 25 her. c- BIG FOUR CHAMPIONSHIP CAliSARY, Feb. .ay, February 16, and Friday, Swansea Town. 2C' S 10 S February 20, aro the'dates al- Mcrthyr Town .27. 7 10 10 31 40 24 Millwall Ath. 2? 9 12 6 34 41 24 Southampton 27 9 12 6 41 49 24 Brighton H.A. 28 7 13 8 36 44 23 Bristol Hovers .26 7 11 8 40 51 22 Newport Counly S6 8 15 3 48 19 Luton Town, v 24 7 13 .4 29 43 13 Northampton ..27 515 7406517 Oillingham 25 3 17 5155111 D. F. P. 32' 1 4 78 14 48 Rangers Celtic......26'16 Jlotherwell 27 H Dundee...... 27 15 Airdrieonians Ayr Untied Morton Kilmarnock. Clydebank Hibernians., Hearts 1'artick Thistle. 57 10.11 Western dubs Open in Wes and Eastern Clubs Clash al Home CHICAGO, Feb. American League baseball season will open April 14 and close October 3, necord- ret (0 the official 1920 schedule re- Cubs arc scheduled It? play at home, Tho clubs start their inva- sion of tho east on May 11; Chicago will be at New York, St. Louis at Phil- adelphia, Cleveland at Boston, and De- troit at Washington. The eastern clubs will make- their first western trip on June 8, with Hos- ton appearing at Chicago, Washington I al St. Now York at Detroit, and ,1 Philadelphia at Cleveland. WINNIPEG 'SPIEL WINNIPEG, Fob, of Saskatoon, was defeated in the first draw for the Blrks trophy at the Win- nipeg bonsplol today, going down be- fore AJidraws of Deer Lodge, 13 to 6. Rice of Toronto, won from Sullivan of tho Winnipeg Thistles, H lo 5, tn the keltlB and they preserved the fruit for the balance of the game, win- ning by a big margin. Bob L-ivl.igstono sent Knlgnr back to the farm by another lob-sided score. Scolty Duncan and Benton have yet to play (heir and If Ihe flrat batch' Is any indication, this gamo should be a bcnr. If the weather man Is favorablo, some of Iho keenest nnd most luler- CKting gamos of thr? wlnler will bo played during the balance of Ihe week. Two rinks nope lo go lo Maciuod during Iho week-end, and of course will bring Ibe Cadillac Cup back to Us It has beer, away longer .than Is usual. Park Dumbarton St. Wlrren Aberdeen Third Lanark Ralth Hovers ilyde ot the Ic.igne. The schedule a lesloralion of the (ook his gamo from McKochern i Granite.', 9 to 7. EDMONTON 'SPIEL nOMO.NTOX, Feb. bonsplel will be evening, the lasl of 26 .27 28 2fi 27 30 D 16 27' 8 13 Falkirk 29 Hovers 2S Hamilton Acads 27 5 18 44 34 62 U 7 51 24 39 7 45 37 35 4 K 39 34 8 35 20 30 6 53 42 30 7 45 25 23 3 43 68 29 5 47 33 3 46 -10 27 0 42 44 27 6 35 38 25 S 41 45 21 7 10 30 40 44 24 9 13 6 39 54 23 7 29' 3C S3 9 32 50 23 5 63 C8 23 G 38 48 22 C 32 53 20 4 25 44 18 3 6 8 27 H 8 5S 12 10 26 11 8 29 13 13 26 11 10 11 27 'It'll. 9 11 11 7 11 5 Lcdoux In Paris, March 3, game of the eVontiijj, 221. Evans was r" New York today. Ho Trill snil not so forliinale arid 11111 Moore won lotted for tho championship hockoy series to he played be- tween tho Edmonton Eskimos and Calgary Wanderers for tho Bis Four championship. The Rrst game will be played In HM- monton and the second gamo In Calgary, total goals to count. Total .1651 7 16 7 15 KESTERTON KAYOES CHAPMAN JiEOICiNl) HAT, t'eo. ueorgo Keslerton of Edmonton knocked out Bcotty Chapman Vancouver hero tonight In tho third round ot a KJ that Kay announced Three alraiKlit wins were crcdltcJ ton tsd Now York. Four western dubs irlll open in Iho weat, while ths cluba ot tho oast will Inaugurate the season at ttie eaftetn of the circuit. The opening games are listed is follows: Datrolt at Chicago; St. IxniU OlsTdand; Xaw York at Vlilladsl- and al UoAton. i There four conflicting dale-i tho National League and those jcvro In Chicago on May 9, Juno 27, 1. 5 tind Sept. when Ihs Chicago which this morning, Roil took Into camp the local Slratlicona rink, winning 7 lo 2. skipped by SMALLER MAN WOW SASKATOON, Sask., Feb. II Frank Saskatoon, 185 pounds, won out over Hercuiua son, Minneapolis, 215 pounds, In their finish wrestling boul lip.foro a crowded house hero last nigh'- do ut Ihe river when they clash at 4 n'ctock thfa afternoon, and In Iho evening HHchio ol Strath- cona, will disputo wilh the- same John- eon oulfil, which side (shall hold Iho Merchants trophy. round go. Ycung Murphy of Calgary had the Knight, a local lad, therefore, went up against Joe C'arpealer, anolhcr local hoy. and although altogether out ol training, stayed well tor (our rounds. Carpenter winning. Other local boys liut up fnst preliminaries, Smoky Johnson defeating "Illghwhecl" Sillier Kid berillng Jack Carpcn- lnr Tllo hoy8i n old. put on four Interesting rounds to n draw. Hilly Lauder reforeed tha main ovcul and Corporfil Clark, A.l'.l Iho BROSSEAU AND LUNNEV SIGN MONTHKAL-, 11.- Eagcnc Bras- snaii, locnl mlddlowelght, lortay signed to fight Jack Lunney of Delroll, recently knocked yA