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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PARR SIX iK DAILY HEHALD FUIDAX 1920 BRIiNJGING UP FATHER By G. McManus 1 YOU TO <0 DOT AND IF 60X OF IL .WORLD OF 0- Had Applied ;t Game But Heard Nothing Till Schedule Published The despatch from Montreal appear- ing In a recent Calgary paper will read keeu disappointment by all football'fans and everybody interest- ed in good clean sport. If the following Jtinvary Is cor- rect, and we doubt agt it is, lirldco has been given the go-by, for ,-vvo do hot Calgary 'as usual, extremely lucky In getting Do- minion Day for their big treat. This is on Ihcir return Journey, for they are scheduled to; play Vancouver, June'yjih. ;The nearest laternate pos- sibility. :s Bdmontou where they, arc to appear on Juno 12th. .Following the latter date, a week's sojourn at Banff is provided for. Tiio question arises, could we not get them here after tfco Edmonton Karno on June 12th, or coald it not arranged for them to return by tho Crow's Xesl, play here on June 30th, and leave for Calgary that night in time for the holiday game? When the possibility ot Newcastle _ United making tho tour .was. mooled, we urged the local Soccer As- sedation to get busy and secure a date, In1 order that Letbhrldge might participate in this treat, and Secre- lary Palerson wired Tom Watson ot the D.F.A. for a daie. Since that time no reply has been received, nor has anything further been dono beyond advising Prss, Blackburn of tho local action, and urging him to take the matter up over thero. Jlonlreal despatch says: schedule of tho tour of Newcastle Uni- ted soccer te-im is Montreal, Jlay 23; Toronto, May 21; Hamilton, Slay 25; Fort Julio 2 Winnipeg, Jtino 6; neglna, Juno 8: Saskatoon, June 8; Edmonton, June 12; Etop over Banff, Juno 19; Victoria, June 25; Vancouver, Juno K; Calgary, July 1; July 3; .Toronlo, July' 10; -Ottawa, July H; Montreal, July 17. "The trip will take them from'.Mon- r. treal to Vancouver with opening game being played at Montreal, May 22, and ihp final game of the tour July :TO 17. It is the first time in tbo history of sport that such an elaborate eched- ulo has been arranged with an Bng- lish team. "Newcastle United is one of tho club for an evening match and per- mitting them to continue their tour tho same nlgbt whether it be north to- wards Calgary'or past towards the main line Medicine Hat. We have a large mining populatiou tribntory to the district well settled with Old'Country footballers who will be sadly disappointed If they are un- ablo to see this .club in action locally. Kindly advlsa mo at your eariy con- venience of the financial requirements etc., and if we can count on being in- cluded BNthe lour satisfactory ar- rangements can be arranged. fours faithfully, S. J. R. nilchie-Paterson. GURLING It's JIacleod or Carberry for the i Wright Shield. Last night saw PLEASANT III Invaded Gas City and Carried Home the Bacon By 5-3 Score (Spctlnl to Tho Hcraldl TABEll, Feb. Gas City puck-chasers and our locu! hockey art- ists locked horns last night In the arena on tho banks of the Saskatch- ewan, In a game Which for wild esclle- ment both off and on tho ice, had few superiors In tho annals of hockey during the present'seasou. Some time ago u messago was received from Maple Creek, urging the locals to don their, uniforms and repair to that steal refreshment 'centra to let the citizens of the Creek see- what n hunch of miners looked like, and the matter being taken under consideration It was decided lo make the trip, calling In at the Uas City on the way hack. The soft weather interfered with the plan, however, and when-negotiatlons were again opened It was found that the famous warehouse town' was broke uatll such time returns for liq- uid express' shipments came In, and so the Creek was given a year to re- cuperate, and.a short Jaunt to.tbo Hat planned Instead. Accordingly, the'locals, accompanied by a bunch of fans, to whom the pros- pect looked Inviting, piled themselves j into the Wednesday afternoon express i on route''to the Hat; the natives hav- ing heard of.the bout'betwsen tho Gas City some- thing about unlimited gall, etc., hut the hoys decided to take a chance, even If the curlers were too busy de- whether Ham. Beard was to of tha hardest-fought games played ISel (our bams'or four neckties In the that have' been seen in the competl-' honspiel, to honor tho sLntion with lion thus far. In both games of theithelr presence. semi-finals tho opposing rinks were I of our prominent citizens used tie on tha llth end. But Macleod had the punch that won from Clark, and Charlie Carhcrry to own part of the Hat.-r.nd some do yet, so it looked almost like home, and proved interesting to all brought home Ilia bacoii In his game comers. Tho local centre, Davis, be- with in-vimm Ins sick. Ihe locals were nonplussed. with KlrMiam. In both games, end after end was so close that the last rock was the de- ciding factor. It was a case of who covered tha pot, as rarely anything outsido of tho two-foot'ring counted, all playing tho draw' game, which is real curling for Ico as keen as It waa last night. Tho .final In this competition will bo played tonight at S o'clock. The rinks Hue up as follows: T. Macleod Andy Scott, M. Freeman and Dr. Taylor. Chas. Carberry Dalrd, Bal- lantyne, and Collins. Tha Magralh Tho curtain was rung down on tbo 1920 Crow's Nest bonsplel yesterday afternoon, wheu Aird and Simpson sick, Ihe locals were nonplussed, but Turcotle and Henderson, both of whom used to he citizens of Taber, being In town, It was decided to take them with the team, to which they agreed. Van Orman has done little at hockey since he got mussed up In the Pincher game, but was placed on the forward line, with Turcotte and Hen- derson, Tuftelond being niado goal umpire so that he could root his head off The game did not work out as the local meu had feared, for from tho flrat In splta of a deadly struggle tho puck was mostly In the neighborhood ot the Mad Hatter's goal, nnd although the scenery changed occasionally for a few moments, it soon got back into old territory, where, the Haltcrn strongest teams In Great Britain. :They are members of the English I J- W. Wood, Rea. league, first division, and have al- The Coltt ways been among tho leaders since played tho final game, that had been j IlllnS themselves on tho Taber for postponed for lack of suitable ice. ami i llne w111' the ferocity of bull- sicknedB of tho curlers. In tho 'hough in vain. A desperate grath, Aird won by a big margin, 17 rBhl tool! Place in front of the Medl- to I, but for a few'ends It was pretty Hat net limes curling on both sides, 12 and 14 rocks being In tho rings at one time, Tho rinks: Jos. Aird K. D. Johnston, Campbell Aird nnd Rov. Denoon. J. F, Simpson M. Kreeman, tho club gained a placo In the first division rank some yearn ago." :'Somo tfmo ago R. J. RltcliIe-Patc-r- .sra oftho Lethbrldge City League to Tom Walton, secretary of Dominion Football Association as follows: Dear Sir I :1 am Instructed by my cieciitlvo to enquire from you particulars re- lative to tho proposed visit to this country by tho Newcastle United football club during the early summer of the present year. There are many strong and cnthns- Thls competition is now down lo tho fours, nnd Iho semi-finals will bo played tonight, as follows; McLean vs Pilling. Benfon va Livingstone. Tha curling classic of the world is now under way at Winnipeg with an entry list of an even 200 rinks. Our old friend, fiherwood Hercbmer, from Kernle, Is among those present and Iho local curlcra arc, pulling for him lo coji some jowelry. Hero's hoping. WINNIPEK '6PIEL WINNIPEG, Feb. Saskat- B are many strong and cnthns- chewan rinks participated in the !0 footballers In thin dlsirict who) o'clock draw of tho Winnipeg bonaplel tolh successful In van- resentaltve club both from Iho point of view of wishing them welcome on thM sjde of the. Atlantic ,-vnd also view to tho high educational advan- tage which such o visit would un- have locally. I am Instructed to point out to you that facilities lo mako a visit of this cillh ALBERTA BOWLERS WILL GO TO 'PEG TOURNEY The Alberta bowler: are to- be represented at the big bowl- Ing tourney'which starts In Winnipeg next week. Six of the best bowlers of the prov- ince have heei! chosen and will leave early neit week. Tlia team is composed of Brown, Patrick end Simonton from Calgary, and Josh and Bill.Moore from liarons. is an_ exceptionally _strojig learn and should give a good ac- count of themselves. Into tho net, and another which hit the'corner end bounced off during the struggle wos counted, though it did not go in, owing to the umpire raising his hand.in.his e-xdtement. One of the Talier nic-n got knocked out in tho melee but the locals evened up things by getting two more, and the game was called with the official score at 5 to, 3 in favor of Taber. Of the goals scored by ihe Taber men, Anderson got two, Turcotte one, Henderson two. Carl eton and Andtrson pi eyed- their usual game, and Leo JIalo covered himself with glory, by putting.up the best game In goal tha't Taber has staged this winter. The local line-up was as Left, Van .Orman; centre, Turcotte; right, Henderson; right defence, Car- letori; left defence, Anderson; goal, Leo Malo. It is expected that'tha Hat will 'play bore Tuesday next, when ac excitiiig game lony be expected. Blue, who acted as sub, will 'likely pe on the regular line-up, although re- ceiving some bad knocks in tho game en Wednesday last' STECHER DEFEATSiZBYSCKO BOSTON', Mass., Feb. Stecher, .world's heavyweight catch- as-catch-r'an wrtisfline :champlon, suc- cessfully i his title here lo- night H defeating Wladek Zbyscko, whom ho downed In one hour, 32 min- utes and 30 seconds. CANADIAN CURLERS WIN N UTICA, N. Y.. Feb. curlers defended the Gordon internat- ional medal here today, defeating the United States scoro ot 1SS to IS 7, 1LKERMAYBE 6TECHER DEFEATS DWYER SPRINGFIKLD, Ills., Fob. Steelier, world's 'champion catch-as- catch-car, wrestler, defeated Jack Dtvyer of Michigan, hero tonight, in two straight falls. Chairman of National Commis- sion To Named By Heydler and Johnson CHICAGO, Feb. owners of major leagues, meeting in Joint session yesterday, received recom- mendations of tjie joint nominating committee for chairman of the Na- tional Commission to suc- ceed August Henmann, whose, resig- nation became effective today. Five names were suhmiilei and final de- cision was left to John Heydlcr, presi- dent of the National League, and H. S. Johusou, head of the American Lea- gue, who 'will announce deci- sion later. The names submitted, according to club owners, were: Judge K. M Landis, Chicago; William Edwards, Netr York; .State Senator J. B. Walk- er, New. York; Harvey Woodruff, snorting editor ottue Chicago Tribune Toole, New York. Of the foregoing names, those of Senator Walker auij Mr. Woodruff were most prominently spoken of for the position. A resqlution commeuding the work of Herrmann' as chairman of tho na- tional commission was While owners of the American Lea- gue franchises refused early today to discuss pact of euded the factious! fight in the organization, Iho minor- ity, .faction, which included Jacob Riui- pert, York; Harry Frazee, Boston and Charles Comiskey, Chicago, claim- ed a victory for their side and assort- ed that "Johnson's wings-had been clipped." On the other hand, admirers of Pre- sident Johnson point out thai Johnson Etni remains as president of fao Am- erican League, despite the declara- tion of the minority, faction that they would oust him from the office. Tho dismissal of the throe suits til- od .against Johnson anil one. aealnst each of tho five loyal club owners, by the New York club; Tkat Johnson still has his five loyal club owners and will be championed by Clark Griffith on tho arbitration; The reinstatement of Carl Mays was said to be automatical because a sus- pension, as In this player's case, Is seldom carried over into another season. The awarding of third place in the American League race for 1019 to Herald's English Cup Competition All you have to do Is to write on tho accompanying entry form your name and address, tho team you pick to wlii. and _tha number of goals that team scores in the final game; Easy isn't It? Just Jjll uu a form and sco how close you can get to the correct result, how close you can get lo tho prize money. J25.00 Is offer- ed for first prize, and for the second, The eaiub to bo increased ac- cording to number of entries. By the way tho guesses are coming lu, it is likely the prizes Vvill b.e increased by a goodly slini. Mall your guess to tho Editor Football Competition, The baud same lu at the busi- ness office; Tho following 16 learns remain to choose as the result of the third round'en the 21st eight ot these will be eliminated. Send in your guess right away. Liverpool vs. Birmingham. Chelsea vs. Leicester Fosse. P.-oston re.'Dradfora City. Bristol. City vs. Cardiff. Aston Villa vs. Sundcrland. Notts County vs. Bradford. Tottenham 'Spurs vs. West Haro. Huddersfleld vs. Plymouth Argyle. Rules of the Competition 1. Tho competitor will fill In the coupon below, giving the name of tha team ho or she thiiika will win, and the number of goals scored by that (earn. 3. -Twenty-five cents must accom- pany each entry. Competitors are al- lowed to send is as many entries as they wish, but each entry must be ac- companied by twenty-five cents. 3. In tho event ot more than one person sending in a correct result, tho first pr.'zo --.rill, be equally divided. This will also apply in the case of the second hna -If no correct result ,is submitted, the near1 est guess will receive first'prize. -Names arid addresses should be written plainly; and 'entries enclosed in a sealed envelope, addressed to the tha New York club, was declared to have been a sportsmanlike move by Frank Navin or the- Detroit club. Chicago, Cincinnati and New York of the National League attempted to engineer a.trade with the Philadelphia club for Pitcher Kixey. New York ot- fcral Zirnmermjin; and offered three play- era, while Cincinnati offered Pitcher Fisher and another player. It was also reported tltiit Oulfleldei Shorten, Strait; with Ira Flagstead, and lien Dyer, utility infielder for the last three were holdouts. Dyer also was said to, want his release as ho has been-offered tlie manage- ment of a- club newly re-organlzed Central League. men were to be seen cutting all sorts of capers to the applause of the crowd, and It was during this first period that Turcotte coming down llfco the wind, collided1 with a Gas City player, and got knocked out, remain- ing in that condition (or some time. In spite of a number of well-direct- ed shots on Iho Taber goal, however, the local defence kept the coast clear, and Iho period ended 3 to 0 In favor of Tabor. In this period also was a disputed goal, which the Taber goal umpire noted, but failed to signal to the referee, and It was allowed to go. In second period, tho Hat play- era got a chance, tha Tabor men play- Ing moro of a defence game, In view of the third period. I.eo Malo, play- ing coal for Taber, had hoi doga serv- ed to him on every opening, and was kept busy during this and tho last period, minding his p's and q'vthc Hatters rapping him In woodpecker fashion toward Hie enfl oC Iho period. In of this, tho puck was in Gas (M i B ln CUV property .1 good deal of the time qulshfng their opponents. Thcso wcro j ,IIB play hesan to got rougher Cooho of Kamsack. who disposed o! frorn thb mlrtillc of this period. Heavy Kuwait, o( tho oca! Heather rink, 15 Decking showed up In all the defence to to, nnd of Welwyii, who look tho measure 61 Bowes, of Kon- ion, il to 8. 'Both of these cames were in tho Walker Theatre compe- tition. In tho late draw last night "Dick" tn v P y Calgary on its Boss, of iicgina, came hack etrong way to Vancouver and no Incom-tn-! after his dcfr.at In tho 7 o'clock draw jetceof any kind would he cau.-ed by j ami eliminated the sirens Kc.nora travelling Lclbhrldgo either on rink, skipped by Wc.LauslilIn, In the tie wsy out or on the return Ivlp. I xv.nkpr Theatre event, 13 to 7. Doss !'.s I lie one K.IIIIO so far Jnalch with players of locil football i fcseocJatlons and feel reasonably con-' fldent tbat wo could meet llio guaran- tee which this club will require ir, order to fulfil such an enRagemor.t. Tho railway connections nre of tho to permit ot tho arrival of tho tills honsplel. Pierson, of Urandon, won his game In ttin Theatro coropellllrra last night from Hurst, of Sboal 12 to 6, whilo JlcUod, of Saskatoon, lost out to Welistcr, of Illvora, taking tho short end of a JO to Z score. work, nnd scrimmage was tho order of the day. Hot all the tumult and [ho .shouting dldn'i. get anything for eith- er nnd the round tnHIcrl 3 to 0 at (he end a.i licfors. Relween periods. Tuftelanrl, Ihe goa! umpire, it may bo remark- ed, showed advertising skill of the first by Informing all and sundry thcit Ihe Lethbridgo Herald would have tho trim atory, and a-lvlsinj; ihfiiu not (o bother with Medicine Hat per- iodicals. In the last period, Medicine Hal he- Kan lo get their second wind, anil In the midst of pl.'iy which was growing rougher all along tho line, managed lo get a of wr.ll-dlrected flhols at the Talier goEri, of ttesp went BRIER Smokind acco sizes Editor, Football Competition, Leth- bridge Herald, and flapped In Ihe boi la the Herald business or seht through tte mall. 5. member ot the HeraW staff, will be allowed to compete. 6. All entries must be received at the Herald by Friday, Feb. 20th. Entry Form I hereby agree to the. conditions laid down In connection with competition and. agree to abide by the decliioa of the Herald Sportlnr Editor. Name Address Name ot Goals scored OTT AUTO LIVERY Special Service on Countrr 7S7 Residence 1210 Eddie Berger Joe Flmteln CITY TAXI SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT .Country Trips a Specialty Phone Office 409 3rd Ave. S., Lethbrldge, Ride In a McLaughlln Special, It no more. Dominion Bowling Alleys Bailment, Dominion Bldj. SJitj-ance-eti-Slith ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 Fifth St S. ANYTHING IN RADIATORS Electric Welding CAR REPAIRING Uwford Welding Co. 2nd Ave., Opp, Leihbrldge Hotel 1544 We InttiHed I Full Equip- ment for Repairing AUTOMOBILE RADIATORS Can handle all mokes of ctn. Expert Mot'Air Work. FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet Metal 338 6lh St. South PhoM 1713 Vimy Auto Repair Shop Adams Block 13th Strut N. GENERAL REPAIRS FOR AUU MAKES OF CARS. By Experienced FORD SERVICE AGENCY TIRES STORAGE ALL WORK is GUARANTEED 0, F. WILSON, W. TULLOCH ;