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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBR1DGE DAILV HERALD BRINGING UP FATHER MJMUKH 35 By HcManus JiT-fcrV. DON'r U I1 X-, 1 I n NO WHEN I H PHONG. VOUK. Ofl'ICE I ARE NOT THERtV WH V __ ARE "YOU 'hTA' DOOR FOR AMD VJH'i THO'JC F WHEN YOU'RE HUNGRY when you're not hungry, this is the place to satisfy and please. THE SILVER GRILL BASKETBALL 8.30 CARDSTON v LETH. LOC'Al HOOPERS WORK HARD FOR CARDSTON GAME TONIGHT ON LOCAL FLOOR; STARTS 8.15 Cards ton Will Bring Good Crowd Is Waited To Give Boys Best of One Game Scheduled. LETHBRIDGE TO TRAVEL TO BLAIRMORE ON WEDNESDAY; I CITY TEN PIN LEAGUE STANDING THE RU3AIYAT OF THE TRAINING I I CAMP tlit- March cold and And the Big Manager casts eager lamp About him, and takes hurried stock i of those I Who seek the Train- ing Camp! PLAYERS IN FINE SHAPE Haye CfOwd of Rooters the Your SuoDort to senior hoop-. ins this fonviird line all thru ers expect lo falie Cardston intoi's ;l splendid one. AH on it are full 01' First on the scene the eager Rookiei Tli-- I T'il hnvu nromico t-i blooil and ready to Cope ami i swarm. .ai-u. ii i, i. i in' mi., i will be Riinrd. The few who (Hearts puUins with ombition. strong me spei-ta.ovs is good same, taruston j pi me will remember I and warm. is not a team which can be fooled j the splendid defence men put Kach dreamins of a golden future, and so the local boys have been prac-j np. Morrison viad Xelscn h? IJoomed to be mowed liko reeds be- tk'ine; hard. Monday night they were i spares, i fore the- storm! "ii the gymnasium door at the T. M. j Don't forget tlie pune will CL_._ A. going through their practice iniiuenco at tonight and there will Una style. j be only one same. Basketball has not A strong line-.ip has been prepared, been Butting tlie support this year it Kidpath. who was the Mar of the I deserves and tonight will bo a good Stirling game will be on the forward i chance to show the boys that the pnb- Une with Green and Young in centre, i lie is behind them in their tight to keep Lethbridge on the hoop map of Southern Alberta. present plans A win for Lethbridgft >vU! bring I Green id small but he is all then when it conies to basketball and taU- BELLEVUE MEN TAKE PHARISEES INTO CAMP same event, was eliminated by Rag- land, Winnipeg, 11-s. The four western rinks playing in the opening of tho lieutenant- cup, the consolation event. 'From Our Own Correspondent! ISKLiMiVt.'K. Feb. l.V-The hockey I broke even, (.'ruddock, Lantmm and match between iho IJellevuo business Hyde. Uefina. both coming" lurward 5 I bridge will meet Coleman in the now T long delayed hockey game in Blair- more ou Wednesday night. This same, as every hockey fan in Lethbridge. knows, means a great deal 10 Leth- bridge, so the boys ace anxious to see a good crowd take In ths Hiair- Theu coine the liko of snhim- Guardians of pasturage or infteld base. Silent and quick to claim Exclusive rightes at each one's well- known plnce. rnore trip. The 0. P. It. has promise! to supply sufficient equipment to nunclld the largest crowd the hockey boys can at- tract. Rivalry ;'or-thi3 game .wi'l be keen and some noise from the lienches favoring tho Lethbridge boys TV 111 mean a pood deal to thorn. Keep Weil- The Scribes arrive ere first they dish "osday open. The railroad fare i: i -10 and the train leaves for Blair- tlie soup. Half-welcomed by the curious group. Ever pestiferous, ami on the trail Of auy item that may yield a scoop! men and the Pharasit't on Tuesday wa5 one of the- fastest sanies 01 the Ecason, the game ended in favor of the llellevne business men. Padgett. Itedford and Williams star. red for tho Pharasles and White. Johnson, McC'iilchon anil Cousins starred for the business men. There ia to be a return weather permits. ame as soon as the ff AT WESTERN 'SPIELS -I- Regira Rinks Wlnninp WINX1HKC, Feb. the morn- ing draw oC the local bonsuiel. Pyon. Antler, reached the Jl's of the Hud- son's Bay competition when, in a close game he defeated Bracken. Winnipeg. 8-7. Marshall, Velwyii, pbying in tilts and Andison. Ktenen. able waiters eyes. stare. v.-UU rolling more at 1.10 p.m. All the boys are in the them np against Blairuiore again and every hockey fan would like to see these two teams meet again. Blatr- moro has boon largely responsible for putting the Crow's Xest Hockey League on the map this winter and a game with Lethbridge is sure to at- tract a record crowd, whether played tn Lethbridge or not. No one can have much reason to say cither team is sure of the game, hut nevertholosi tie fans are anxious to see Blairmoro and Lethbridge meet again. So It 19 np to Lethbridge to win the Colenian game. Hockey interest is like fire in Lethbridge. The town has gone Uockey mad. the enquiries be- ing received in Tho Herald office In- dicating this. As a matter of fact the entire prov- One Hundred and Twenty-Five Sli-nru in Flrat uui oture in irai piuk of condition. The team manage-1 ince: 1ms gone hockey mad. Carstaira ment has seen to this. Hours of phys- land Red Deer arc having a little light ical training hnvc been spent by tho of their own in the north and today it hockey boys Bince the Pincher Creek should be known which team will bat- same here, anil condition will with the winners of the Crow's tainly not toll against them in Coleman game. Nest hockey league for tUe provincial championship fight. Dollars Win Be Divided This Week Onu lujmired ami hvc'iify-live dol- lars fire offored fuutball funs of j Southoni Alberta in tltis week's ITer- aid's foOtlwll contest. Seventy-five I dollars will go to those who come in tlie lirsl poaition. So don't full to try 'for your pluce this week. One gratifying phase of this con- rreeslone Hit Them For test that has been appearing during the iMBt few-weeks is the number of jcuupons being received from tho hus j inessmen of Lcthbriduo. Football jSottinK ;t hold on the fans of this city j that will make the game go In a bi.u ii'OUi way next summer and Tho Herald's contest fa helping to do this. _. _. Remomher nil entries must be in Alleys. The JleraW bunch had a good Tlie oflice bv th fl t s ho d on the leape leaders hip. They lird morTlinK TITION ARE A3 FOLLOWS: 1. The competition wll! ht rjilled The Competition. t 2. Compctilors wilt Ii-: r.niitl'ii) many cntrit-H ua y P' t'ucti entry by live cents, und tt-'iiysias tu thu ii'jui- bfcr of entrica. Competitots inu.ii cross "ut of thu Uubs they tliink lose and out. tii.? of V-oLli if tliay cynsicJcr a res-ill. 4. Coupons enr ij'2 Sportins I'i uf Tiiu'Herald. ii. All tooni'js riiuciv'-'l 'viil ho re- tiirnfid In Tiiy oiijuur.t ami j numbers of will Vje i ft very Jlomlay inurning for tliat sraniM. Uesulis coiiipt-ttiluD.i will I be r-'lkUwhcd every Wednesday and i cheques to tofnptHlurs will h'.i fnimedialcly on of I'oniJruiatlon Ity tha AthluLic i >ll entrifis must bo poslod or (le- t.) Tim lieraJd lie fore niiJ- Frlflaysj. A Friday pout- jimi'k frtiin pnln'ia outside of flic city .-if will bo considered aa i lesitlmjitc entry. ENTRY FORM GAMES TO BE PLAYED SATUR- DAY, FEB. 19TH THIRD ROUND ENGLISH CUP Plymouth vs Cnelsea. Southcnd vs Tottenham. Luton vs Preston. Evei-ton vs Newcastle. Hull vs Burnley. Southampton vs Cardiff. Aston Villa vs Hudclei-sfleld. Fulham vs Walvcrhampton. ENGLISH LEAGUES Arsenal vs Oldham. Bradford C. vs Liverpool West Ham vs Bury. Heading vs Watford. SCOTTISH LEAGUE Clydebank vs Falkir-h. Hibernians vs Hamilton. Kilmarnock vs Dumbarton. Morton vs Dundee. [i.-Lir.o and addicts of the must bt clsarly niarkeJ un (.ont-alnlns J. Tho tacli ment for !l All r-ntnes bft afMi'esfifid lu tiie KrtHnr. I'ooth.-ill Coinphtitlon, Tlio jroraltl, Letlibrlrlce. '.a. Pportinff I-Jflltor's n-IIJ final. Tl. Tnr Herald arc barred from tlio competition. 1 the HejTil.t Footlial) iictltioo in accordant: with tbe mien and conditions annrnincc-f! i Kbove, and to lit'cetit pub- I decision iin final uul Something' wrong about the story iuf Altrnck's leiiruing ne-iv coiu- .t'dy stunts from movlo There iis nuthiug those birds can teadi Nick, jand lots of good stuff Nick teach UIG actors. "Talk about your successful auth- ors'" voieoil the udinirinj; Copy yjoy. "E never opfri a magazine KOM'adiiys, but I soe this guy Synopsis' name all over Will JJc Known as Great War Veterans' Challenge Separate Schools Will Be En- titled to Complete High Schools Will Be Debarred. J. P'ollowing uro the scores: Gijnti Praeatoue 211 Sloan........176 200 t. ors Busted Romances When you first meet her pa. When she sees you at the picnic with your colfar off. When you take her to a ball flame and she wants to know "Why doesn't the umpire When suspenders obtain a di- vorce while you are dancing with he When she finds out what you really i' et in the way of salary. I When her 300 pound innma tells you "she looked just like daughter at the same To promote football in the pub- Me and separate schools of Leth- bridge the C. W. V. A., decided, at their general meeting on Sunday to donate a cup to be known as the Great War Veterans' Chal- lenge Cup. High will not be permitted to compete tor it. Full details concerning the r.on- clitiGns of contest have not been announced. The G. W. V. A. takes a promin- ent part in football in Lethbridge and this step is one to encourage football among the younger ele- ment of the city. Football has been meeting with increased fav- or since the opening of the past season when it recfogjiued that much younger blood wifl be necessary to keep the flame going at its best in the city. Telephones "A." Coca Cola. 1. IL C. Rules Teams are limited to three plar- nd two spares, names of whom should Ire handed iu on or before Feh- rmiry L'aeh team meets each of. tbo other live once only and plays three games. i I 3. Two points shall be awarded for! la win. OIKS in the event of a draw and I i nothing to the the conclusion of the league! jrilioiil.'l ilK-re be tuo teams with an i ;! number of points they will be! reunired to ulay off so as to decide Hopper Schweitzer Xelson Evans McNsbb Coy Jonea Ilitler 144 173 Ill SI5 Hirald 159 159 142 138 HO 106 119 147 138 179 300 141 119 ISIS 590 3-12 i hand and checks for that, week's coih- 2''J petition will be mailed today. SOO 335 L'BOO 202 134 1ST 1-15 199 171. 131 12S 131 155 S07 722 -127 397 i -lull j uUti 2261. HOCKEY RESULTS VANCOUVER 2, SEATTLE 1 Pincher Juniors To Play Knox Boys Here Wednesday iloadcrHhfn VANCOUVER, Feb. Van couver and Seattle fighting hero to- night for the league's premier iiot-i- tion. ahout seven thousand fans a [game which, for speed, compared most j favorably with any that have heen j played here this season, and iu which Vancouver won out, 2 to 1. TIGERS 5, DOMINIONS 2 'Foot Toggery Shield" for one year. 0. The piaypr having the score in the league shall hold j the Wright Cup i'oi- one year. 7. The team 'Winning the best two out ol three (games shall bo declared the winner. In the event of a tie the U'iitn '.vllll the best score shall he llo- the- winner. hold the Two Hundred Fans Wanted Kast Junior Hockcy Gamc .Vow, on close analysix, ditlerunce between "exii'.T aped." and i Feb. Illth. liooriiy for TenneHsee! knou- va. Y. M. A. what to do with IJIilc Lawn in thnt ivij '.-jtui cuinmnuity! i V. M. C. A. LEAGUK SCHEDULE It is simplj- jjrent to a country boy. Twenty thouiand schools hfive been closed on account of the shortage of teachers. Aw, let's abolish the inevitable, the unavoidable, the unforeseen, and tho absolutely essential! I Feu. Club vs. v. M March 1st, Tin I. H. C. March Club re. Coca March -Hit, TH. March Stli, The supply of boxing gloves ia no longer eiiual to the demand, now that they are an important part of air-plane equipment. _____ j Telling It To 'Em Tlic rose is rcU, the violet's licy can all go to but me and you! is you hat too big or are you in it too far? School I j A. School vs. Players In Chicago Deny In Court Tlie Piuclier Cl'cuk junior hoclie'v i team is expected lo invade the city on AVednoB-iaj- play their return game with the Kaox sextet, This giimc promises to he a fast, hanl-fonisht Tiie local hoys won by a 3-2 score at Pincher, whpre the, fann said it was the fantest yame of the season. Coin. School II. C. A. Denials Hied on Uehull' Claude Williams and Joe Jackson of Chicago Americans When Tecu. Pa.-adox of Nature a MncJ.ieny is red, vs. Coca Cola. Me'rcli i.'th. Club vs. I. II. c. March 16th. w, School vs. Coca olu. vs. I. II. March Toluplio: es "A" vs. Coca Culn. List of Teams Entjred 1. tliKh Hchool. 2. lloovdliig Cluu. Y. M. C. A. denial nies.sions of croohed were Illed in the ierc today ou belialf iCcpyrlght National News paper t.'llir.uio. l-'i-i .u'ryiu! jury ci iwfball itlayinir imniiil i-uurt Ii o( Claude Willlu j American players, who were jiiulicled ou charBfs of conspiracy to i throw the world's scries. A petition on behalf of Will- iams, .lackson and (iuorgo (liuekl Weaver, a trammate. declares that none ol thn thrco ever made the ad- mission charKed the first two land denied that they ever threw hall KaineH or conspired to do so. Weaver did not appear before tlio grand Jury and him from the first deulod tnkiutJ uart in any conspiracy i of the IJincher buys have already play- jeil a game or two of senior hochey tills year. The vlsitinp, sextet la a heavy outfit hut. their weight iu no j 'i'lici locals are not much tor-weight they tloll't fcfl lost on ;Kkates. The hoys hav nnrfertakeii Qf'quite a in i" i the Pincher Creek IIOJY, HS tlielV cx- be I'n'ty and enty-livo dollars, so a