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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBldDGE DAILY HJRALD SATURDAY. FEBRUARY BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McHanos IT'i A, BOY I MUST ElT TO LOCKED IN AN' SlT'6 TEN FLOORS i TO THE MOW I iONNA WHEN YOU'RE HUNGRY when you're not hungry, this is the place to satisfy and please. THE SILVER -GRILL STIRLING FALLS BEFORE LOCAL BASKETBALL TEAM; COMBINATION WORK SHOWED BIG IMPROVEMENT Stirling Led in First Half But Lethbridgc Rallied and Came Out on Top By Ten-Point Green and Ridpath Big Lethbridge hoopers last night Stirling "into camp by a score of thirty-three to twenty- three. Lehbridge enjoyed pros- perity in the second half and won the game, starting out with five points against them. Combina- tion play of the Lethbndge team was too much for the visitors, who, nevertheless, put up a strong fight. Lethbridge did not get their combination working well in the first half but it went with a bang in the second. Ridpath and Green were shooting foolt in the second. Green getting four baskets and Ridpath five. George Young held Nlekelson, in centre to perfection. Stead playing forward for Stirl- ing, was the star for the visitors but his ptay was not as clean as one would desire. The score follows line-up while Kesler went in for liep- Inr who had just replaced hie hrother. [From ibis time on the locals seemed j to have some trouble in locating the hoop while the visitors counted 'em up at regular intervals. When the linmUeeper lilew his whistle to bring Ihe game to a close it was found that Stirling second team had at last won it same. For ihe visitors the forward line THE SHAM AND THE SHIM j points of difference be- su-oen the chamois and the shimmy: i The chamois bounds from crag to 11 ami the shimmy bounds from jag i to When you think of the oham- i ois you tbink of MonL Blanc; when you thint of tiie shimmy you tltink of a mental blank. I The active chamois is graceful, beau- tiful, and worth something; the agile shimmy is the reverse ou all three THE FOOTBALL BULLETIN CONTEST In announcing in Friday's Herald that bulletins of tho O'd Cuuutry football results be posted Saturday af- ternoon, it was stated that eon- winners be post oil at the Fame Obviously -this is impossible. What meant was that tho coupon games properly marked to show nil winners ot a psrt'ei-t woukl The diajnois Is a star amon animalnj and the shimmy is among dumb fools. dumb Nesl .Week IN DAYS OF OLD j of old. when knights were bold, j anil barons beld their sway [worked well together all counting; a ton ot fan to "I i ledst sii points. Xilsaou was the hish T Isc-orer with a total of ten. i ess 1 Morrison and Bill Xelson thej guards, led their men a ightly way! in armor bright, from to heel, :mau battleship arrayed in platei a on the team played a good same at centre. Holman when prowling late at Lethbridge Green, f Ridpath, f Young, c Snow, a Cope, g Total Stirling NickeUon, f Stead, f R. Nickelson g N. Nickelton g Brandly, g Total Fouls Baskets Pts. 12 12 right there r'lien it came to !onls. converting live out of! sis tbrws. i Line up and scores: Lethbridge. Stirliut. j Forwards Holman........ o R. Curisteusou Hepler..... '1 Centre Geoghegan------ S Pierson I Guards I Nelson.......... Branflly I Morrison....... 'i McKcti Hepler...... Christeuson To match his nerve and feeble armi 17 STIRLING II WINS the senior I.c-thbridgF.1- Stirling game the second teams mixed things for two fast P.venty-minuip' The first half was close and I fast, both bavins considerable! irounle In locating the basket. Geog--' began and Morrison each counted ;l tield basket to open the scoring and then Stirling came to its own. From then till half time it was a ting-tons affair, each side seemingly duiillc'ui- 1ng the other but -with about five min- utes to go the Junction boys pushed ahead and the score read 1-t to tl fur i In the second half the visitors ap- parently made up their minds to win the game, so they systematically pro- ceeded tn put it on ice. H. Chrtsten- sou replaced Nllssou on iho Stirling Hepler in second half; I Nilsson in secoutf I half. UNITED HOOPERS TAKE j SECOND GAME OF TUXIS SQUARE LEAGUE SCHEDULE V. --e out Knox in fina'l minuter of. I Knox aad ed clashed 5n the second game of tho, Tuxls Square! League last nisht. The final score v.'as Daces -0. .Voblissoblo 1C. I In the first, period the game was all for the DUCPS they continually pressed their lighter opponents to taXe the, defensive. j The second half was much different; against your armored Then. too. in any barroom scrap, i think of the jovial stylft la which you'd.swing your brazen t glorei. and knock 'em half a mile. I What joy. what merriment 'twould in any football game. To bounce the tackles off 'your mail. and plow your road to fame! g i But best of all, and richest think of the ease and grace which the steel clad fighting men could fill an umpire's place! Let bottles rain in torrents doirn, let orickfr tumultuous fall. They'd hare about the same effect' as peanuts on a wail. The armored amp would bouice the shower oft helmet, and shield. And lie'd remain supremely the Iron Mao of the field! Details of Dominion Tour ConneH's Famous Team Later EMRISTOGO INTO II U.S.A. of; Plan Tour of Several i American Team Jubilant Money it Soon One hundred and twenty-five dollars will be divided next week among the prize winners in ihe Herald's football competition. This Wilt he the highest prize money ytt given, by the Herald, and as the sum has been addtd to every it is hoped that at (east one hundred and fifty dol- lars will be the amount of the prtze money for the following week, Next week will prove an inter- esting one in old country foot- ball, Sixteen teams will lock horns in the third round of the English cup ties. These games are included in next week's coupon. TORONTO, Feb. is defi- nitely known tgday that the Do- minion football association ar- ranging to bring over from the old country Council's famous Scottish football (stscer) team1 this spring, to play 3 leries of flames with Canadian soccer teams between Halifax and Van- couver. Further Information re- garding the date and the arrange- for trip will be made later. (From Our Own Correspondent) RAYMOND, Feb. senior basket ball team of Raymond is jubil- uut over its victory at Cardston .on the 7th and ul. Medicine Hat on the !'th. The boys intended leaving for I the south next. week, playing in the. i larger cities of Montana, Idaho and j Vtah. Two of the junior team will uloug as "subs." Pilling and Billy Laudcr Put Up Strenuous Fight for Draw n-'rum Our Own Correspondent) Feb. Ray- mond and. Curdsion flght fans -were given a treat here Tuesday night when Bjlly Lander and Val Fillings mixed it1'Cor eight rounds to a draw witn the mitti. The fight va.8 staged in ihe Magrath Motors building and a capacity crowd turned out. The main oC HOCKEY RESULTS I BUFF BSATS MASON" i .NEW ORLEANS. Fell. Buff of 'Jerney City was a-warded tht: I decision over Frankie Mason of Fnrt Wayne, Intl. in a 15-roimd bout hero laKt The men arc flyweights. TIGERS I, DOMINIONS 1. CAUIART, Feb. Calsary Tigers anil the Edmonton Dominions played twenty-nine- and 10 ROUND D.RAW QITEHEC. :of Newark Frt. Mike Drlmniit ind Cliarlie. or seconds ovc ue here tonight and fail- fought 10' st nislit. rounds to a drav. od to break 1-1 tlo. According lu i the rules of the league, a game can-1 v not be continued after r.i o'clock u-as preceded by a coupls of tho teams had to call off their battle, j preliminaries, all of sood calibre. ft was a fast gdme considering tllu Arrangements for the fight were I poor ice and a clean oiie. well carried out. Every seat was In Briggs Hits 238 One Game and Dawson Tops 600 For j High Aggregate i The Brand of Battery Quality his brand on battery you wilt iccofiuje the Wittard Hircadcd Rubber Bat- tery. Buy thii brand and you will tht only battery that is Tree the familiar wood- tronbtes, re- pJaceujcnt, carbonizing, pcrfor- checking and cracking. The Willard Rub- Vf Battery is the only battery that can be shipped and stocked absolutely bone dry no de- terioration. Drive in and set acquainted wHli Wiilard Service, Ask m aboat Threaded Rtibbcr lu- MlktiDO. SCARLETT SERVICE STATION 311 7TH ST. SOUTH tETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA. PHONE 616. At a recent York society ion. a boiins bout enlivened the- pro- however, the Xoblissohle crew had hit j The fighters, to be in har- their striae and the lead of their op-irnonr with tUe occasion, were Inre ponents was slowly but steadily cut above the waist. down until it fell below par. Then the teams got down to business and it was a .see-saw affair until the lust minntcs when the THices pushed ill two field baskets to cinch the game, j For the winners Allan vras tbe i hoica hiving .a great eye for foul; baskets. Ridpath and Gillespie play-] f.-d a great game for tbe losers. Rid-j iiiitii counting twelve points the last i half. The line-up: Dticcs Markelv Hoult.. Centre Gillespie......2 Forwards fi A. Ridpath ___14 S Crazier....... Guards ..6 Burkett t..... McQueen ft SOFT PERSUADERS Loving words. A blackjack. Great glorious eyes. A Colt's .45. Sensible argument. An axe. Man und woman j They can come back. This wasj [demonstrated in the city ten pin; league last night at the Dominion Al-j leys wheu tbe Dominions took three; games from the Giants and hung up: some high scores1 as well., .Capt. Daw- son was in good fonn and roiled the high three games of the league, ting fidr. while his team-mats Briggs I rolled tlm high individual with 238. j Percy Irwin. captain of tbe Giants. I is sicft in bfjd, and they rolled two men short, and Uio Dominions were one short, so that the Giants took the low score for the fourth man. The results last night leaves the Herald in the- lead wiih a good margin. The scores: i GIA.VfS 1st 2ml. 3rd Sloan......... IliS 144 I Hopper...... 1-lt 4211 j Nelson njg lijl I Blank 157 such a position .that its occupant] could have a good view of the ring. Posey and Wren Stoddard opened tbe first preliminary but did not get down lo business until the second round, when they started to mix it.. The third was more to point and Stod- dard went down twice. All through tbe tight Posey was vfcry fair, giving his opponent plenty of time to gain] his feet. The referee gava the deci-j siou to Stoddard. 1 ESKIMOS 7, CANADIANS 0. EDMONTON, Feb. bad no trouble beating the Canadians here tonight. In fact they ed the Calgary team to the tune ot 7J to 0. This just about puts the Tuber. adians out of the running for play-off. TASER WINS (From Our Own Correripondeiiti HOW ISLAND. Fob. Taber basket ball team and Cow Islanders' played last night-at the gym. Again the visiting team proved foj' the local players as the sSore was GO to in favor of VICTORIA 3, SEATTLE 1 A Tnt.i 471! Somebody will lick Jack Deinnaey this year. Somebody ivill lick Benny- Leonard thia year. Homebody will make morn home _M Hyvui> ulayd second half. ileferee. John Denoon. runs than Babe fluth nesr summer. Somebody will pitch better ball than Grover Alexander. Somebody will make the Turks lay off the Armenians. Somebody will straighten out the i t j tangle in Cuba. EriKgs Dawson Hayes Leuskc G1S DOMINIONS 1st and ISO 203 15S 174 138 157 Snl Tot. 552 twr> 470 53-t 51 759 POWER BOAT RACES TABER BASICETEERS HAD EASY TIME. BOW ISLAND Our TAHITI. Prn i- a.'h jic of i, go! aiva j MIAMI. Pla.. Fob. contest Springfield. III., has a fight'-r named j Knockout Surly.'I r.al n'ame enough i, Thft io scare most adversaries out of the i wvbli hy nr ring before the sous sounds. j w'iMl ssVcu VICTORIA. Feb. l'rpd-1 Gerald Minions and .lames Sabey jerickson scored the first goal for Vic formed tho second on the card. Tbeyltorla In their fixture with Seattle to-' mixed it freely right from the first be and his teamimatcs set such) gong. Sabey showed up a shade the a hot pace that Seattle went down to best and his work was clean. The! defeat 3 to 1. i second round was just as exciting as -I------ the first and it went to Minions. Again: 'CLEVELAND BEATS STRATFORD I witii the opening of tbe third round i _, they ivent right to it In a real busi- CLEVELAND, Feb. 12-The Cleve- W. fashion. The referee called the bout 2. iii'3.w, wliicli wus ttio popular opinion. Bill and Val Pilling: -were then called. The first round opened savagely, both men lieiog determined to gain an advantage. It was a case 01' experience against youth, Lauder is old in ring craft ambitious youth was represented by Pilling. The second round was fast and went fo LaudfM-. In the third round .blood flowed frdely ;ind the figliting was bit- ter. Lauder started to tire in the fourth ami Pilling floored him The fifU) round was a draw and the pixth brought fighT.iug again. Lander's blows were lacking pep and steam and Plying was showing to ad- rantnge. In seventh Lauder was tiatisfiod to clinch and in the eighth Lander was fttill holdin.? out and the refereu culle'd the fight a draw. PHONC 410 FIFTH STREET und in n Tnher Thn borf of fffiins; prevail-1! ed, and the ganir rlrmv ;i laii' rrcwd.j Taber had tins 1'onf pretly mucli all t hr v Uirntich. i Practically linnnt) took part gamns. Batteries hnckn I in iho Hiitno. kir.'lly oflice of tlf' eeeii a foliin? AN AWFUL DRUBBING MONTOKAI.. I-'cii. li. w rnuji-fl F'ji a m. gorily a -n'Mil. Mi-Loufl or llio IJ r-r Cijrlin; 'lull'. MDritn-al. skipiiri riltlc ID ill (lib il OEVIL K-iVENTIONS Kelly pool. Tripe. f "Soft beverage. Slirapnel. Pari-mutuels. Poison gas. SpikC'toed shoes Limburger. CLARK WAS EASY Fell, HBIT.V VVill.-. '-iim-d of N'e'ft' Orlean.s, found .lohn lai-k eas-y Inst nighij anil t riLinngo, was terulliig IT, hy tiffirpe n'i N'ew York, ivnr, with fix points and the Main- bow, owfipfl by II. H. of llr-mUliin. third with'live ijoints. Tho rin'pp are run under Am- t vican power boat- MATCH WIL3ON AND MALONE CHICAGO. Ffib. pro- POSBls for a'ma'ch between .MidiJlit- wpip-m fiiamuinn Johnnr Wilson and .Jooli -Miilui.c o' sr, Paul, havn bfipn agreerl upun bv both sides, it waa .said hei-'1 toihiy. Minneapolis proino- ifir IIHH planned stage the bnul there on 'Murcli or Mnn-U 7. hi! in'thnir I r-'l.'u-. i h> n hy his lluiilhor i drawn agyins? K> lu 9. h-'duli'il [or 'I'l BENNY KAUFF SIGNS NKfl' VORK. Pub. IL'.-Tlie slgllwl ujiitnu-t Benny Kaiif. Xow York N-J'ioiial voooivctl i'Oh- tnnlay Hci-retury O'Brien.: Xaull traded ionuh, last lo the Toronto but wua rcr-aHod 1 Itnitw. for Vcriion Spmcer, Die Giants CANADIAN WRESTLER GETS FALL FROM MYER AM'.lCllT LKA. Mjriu., Keb. (.lion, Canadian litlc- holdfr iiojn .hea.vrwoiglif wrestler. Klmor Mypr here last. in one Tall which went tiro hours and thirty minutes. A.O.F. ACCEPT CHALLENGE Spurl ins Kditor, Herald in your recent issue a cluii- was thrown out to Pratornu! Swh'iifls (o (or the Barrow- man Ball Shield. In this Ipflor Ker.retary l-'annch hlntns tliut, letters were fonrnrdert to slu1, ilift'erptit Societies ;tnd only one reply I In the copy of letter received SUir, no mention wan made of Iho .Shield whatever, and ii' it hud fjncn ninntioned more Interest would tnUen its at tho r.iim} the Shield .-.vjiK won by tho K.O.E. they claimcd tho Sbiijid outright aa the property ui' the S.O.K. and refused to put it up for tion. i f to 1'nrtlu-r stutu Uiat a reprfi-: Kuntalivt! 01' Contt Star got In tourli will) Mr, KaiincJi and usked to leave the matter until CliristmiiK. If the H.O.K. prepared to put up the Khield for coinpttftfon to ba holti by Um iml.il it is lost agufvi, j thrs Court. Star ard prepavod to; placo a team in the tttdd whlob will; make a very urmlitublo ehowfug. j Voura truly. H. H. LARSONS, Secr6tary. j Ou belialf of Court Star, A.O.K I First Prize "Second Prize Third Prize FORM RULES GOVERNiNG THE COMPEL T1TION ARE AS FOLLOWS: I. The competition n-il! lie coiled Hera' 1 Koolbull Competition. j 2 will he entitled lo as ir.iny RiitrifH as they desire, "nfii fiitry by tu-cntv- live ana coupons to tbe nui.i- ifr of entries. j I 3 Comjictltoi? niUft n'oss out dubs iht-y think cross1 out the nmnrs of both if they consider a tlmw iviil rejjult. 1. can only from the Sportiiiff Pafifc The Jlerald. All mortify rcr-'cJvcd will tin re- iM'iniiny unirnine frir ihut trotne.'-'. 11 of will IIP nmil-f) on of fonflrniation hy Athletic ij D-jpiftil or liTppwl lo Th" iK-rnlri mid- A Friday IMF.I- frorn nuiHld? of thf rtty nilifit ht clearly marked un cni-Ii coupon. S. 3s.1 uscd aa pay- ,'MI cintrlf, r" r-Mitoft The riTiiM. 10. fiprjrtinic f.MHor's -Vcislon will be final. 11. BniplnyflM P'lraM barred from tin competition GAMES TO' BE PLAYED .SATUR- DAY, FEB. 19TH THIRD. tiOUND ENGLISH CUP Plymouth vs Chelsea. Southend vs Tottenham. Luton vs Preston. Everton vs Newcastle. Hull vs Burnley, Southampton vs Cardiff. Aston Villa vs, Huddersffeld, Fulham vs Wolverhampton. ENGLISH LEAGUES' Arsenal vs Ofdham. Bradford C. vs Liverpool. West Ham-vs Bury. Reading vs Watford. GCOTTIEH LEAGUE Clydchank vs Falkirk, Hibernians vs Hamilton. Kilmarnock vs Dumbarton. Morton vs Dundee. (lie Fnothfill Com. pet.ilin in accordance with i-uiOM -Imi t-oiuJiUuns nnnuunced :mrf Apirec to accept tbo puh- lishef] (lof-'itiion iia Uual and leeallr ;