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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 'AGE SIX THE LETHBHIOGE DAILY c MONDAY, FEBRUARY BRINGING UP FATHER By G, McManus I TO BOT i CANT HER BROTHER HQMP TO OH-HE JUM A'bKEO IF THERE. HeraWs English Cup Competition Many Changes of the Sixteen Majors Change Training Grounds HWON1BE BASEBULtHEAD CHICAGO, m. Judge M. Laadls, upoa hU .request, has en eliminated frott as pocalble o is all: Vetr tor Mhe' Inter-school match' which' was ndult. i aces he. ico -polo gaine Vpn 4-2.'. .Tho gaino. rtisen (ho lUiouiis'pf the 'ey.es: of. the parents; jt- .ind Krnlo Codil. lending (o IhV possibilities' In the way' night 'the masquerade of keen winter sport thft has carnival is tho piece de resistance and -opened up'. Fleetwpod scored the first 'fancv costumes will. bo jn. order. j three goals. Then St. Basils boys band will be on 'deck hot ri I camo'nack'.with two and "threatened in Lytbbrldgo is' zero'In" profit' Following are Making and the limit in frenzied; the results.: finance The L.A.A.A. Isn't likely LBoys; Under. Bryans 1, tackle it ne-'st winter, for though tho Doran Miles 2. rink has made a lot of Under Beaton amusement this winter, it hasn't Huriel Kerr 2. .1 financial success. A great many shekels beea lost through In- -.ability to keep the Ice :n simpe .dur- ing the storms anil waran spells, and __ tho faus get out of the habit of go- ing to tho rink when postponement "lifter poslpoiBinDirt occurs. However, while the L.4I.A.A. is behind on tho projecH, llic situation Uu'l so bad. Boys, B Ted Oillespls 1, Hnrbld Miles 2. Hfgh School Boys Sherman Turcolto I, Harold Roouey 2. Boy arid Oirl Ted Glllespio and Josephine Beaton 1, James Coffco and Muriel Kerr 2. High School Seniors' Hace 1, Dorden Hutlon 2. NEW VORK, Feb. training quarters have been selected by a ma- jority of the major league baseball clubs ns the scerie of their spring conditioning prior to the annual battle of tie pennants. Ten ot the 16 teams Including the Philadelphia Athletic nnd the St. Louis Nationals which trained at home In 1919 have decided to seek new fields for their work-outs. The remaining six will return.to the balmy diamonds where they prepared a year ago. As has been the caso for several the State, oi Florida still leads ns a popular choice with .Texas run- ning a close second. These two states will act as hosts for eight clubs while iav Louisiana' aBd Arkansas will each accommodate two. Call (oral a will again be tho scene of the spring train Ing of the Chicago Nationals! the Cubs returning to Pasedena, where they were satisfactorily located twelve months ago. The complete list ot '.the 1920 train- ing camp'fellows'; i National League ...-........Columbus, Ga. Brooklyn '......Jacksonville, Fla. Chicago .'.........Pasedena, Cal. Cincinnati.......... Sllaml, Fla. -New York Antonio, Tex. Philadelphia ..Birmingham, Ala. .ti-Ittslrarg-.-... HotJSprings, Ark. Sr. Brownsville. Tex. American Boston......Hot Springs, Ark. Chicago.......... Waco, TexaB Cleveland New Orleans, La. Detroit-.............. Macou, Ga. York...... Jacksonville. Fla. Philadelphia'.. Lake Charles, La. St. Louis......... Taylor, Texas Washington Fla. NEW SKI CHAMPS HEVELSTOKE, B.C., Feb. H.-r-As a result ot the recent ski tournament rtovelstoko now. holds three world's records, one of which Is held by 'Nels Nelson. His-jump ot 185 feot gives him not only tho championship of Can- ada, but by beating Steinwell, ho wou the world's amateur championship. Other world's amateur champions in Revelstoke are Cecil Stone, who holils the world's record for tlie IG-ycar-old 131 feet, and Ivan Iho 15-year-old class, o! 112 feet. Only fite days remain in which to! send In your guesses for the Herald's! Bngllsh Cup competition. After the dopo which has appeared In these columns during tho past week. It should be easy to pick tho winner. While .interest In proposed visit of ah o'.Q country team or fcaini this summer Is don't lose sight of ihe competition which is fast drawing Lo a close. r All you'hftvQ to do is to write on Iho accompanying entry form your name and address, the team yon pick to the number ot goals that team scores "In the final game. Easy Isn't 111 Just fill up a form and eee how close you can get to the correct result, and how'close you can get to the money. 525.00 is otter- ed for first prize, and 510.00 lor the second, the Earne to be increased ac- cording to number of entries. By the way the guesses-are coming In, It: is likely the prizes will be increased by a goodly surri. Sluli your guesa to the Editor Football Competition, The Herald; or hand same in at the busi- ness office, i- The following 16 teams remain to choose as the result of the third round 'on the 21st inst., eight ot these will be Send ii your guess right away. Liverpool vs. Birmingham, .Chelsea va. Leicester Fosse. Preston TS. Bradford City. Bristol City YS. Cardiff. Aston Villa vs.'Suhderland. Notts County Tottenham 'Spurs TS. West .Ham. HurldersBeld1 vs." Plymouth: Arsyle. Rules of the .Competition 1.; The competitors will fill in ths coupon belowf giving the name of.the team. ho. or will and the iDumber jit: guals -scored by that team. Tweuty-five cents most accom- pany each entry. Competitors are al- lowed to send Is as many entries a's they but each entry must be ac- companied'by twenty-fire cents. 3. 'In lhe event "ot more than one person sending in" a correct result, the first-prize will be equally dlrlded. This will also apply in the cue ot the second and other prizes. If no correct result Is submitted, the near- ept guess will receive first prize. 4. Names.and addresses should be written plainly, and entries enclosed in a sealed envelope, addressed to the Editor, Football Competition, Leth- bridge Herald, snd dropped in the box in tlio Herald business office, or sent through the mail. 5. No member of the Herald staff will be allowed to compete. 6. All entries must be received at Iho Herald by Friday, Feb. 20lh. Won Over Beaton Quartette By Competition Starts Tonight Entry Form I hereby agree to the conditions laid down :n connection the competition and agree to abide by the decision of the Herald Sporting Editor. V; Name Address Name of (cam Goals scored for pure, unadulterated enjoyment, ron have to hand II to the Colls. They >ecanio EO enthused and engrossed n this superhuman struggle that thev Sot everybody olao worked up with Is excitement. Saturday night saw [he rink crowded. The main game was the final of the Colts competition. In which Benton fell before the onsKocp of the 'Pilling cohorts. Harry got away nicely and was never headed, winning by 13 to 8. Ernie Codd played two pair of rocks, first and second, and To.2 Oxland played third. Lockwood was lead but was, absent without leavo last nlghL After tho event President J. A. Reid presented each of the winners with a small curling stone fashioned for a watch fob. Needless to say they are smiling. The runners up wera: Jis. Benton G. B. Mackay, third; Needs, 2nd; rr-, lead. The Ellison Tonight will see a start made on the Ellison, and with It as a secondary event) the Pagnnelo. The competitions are knock-out, but the Chisbolm draw is to be used and the losers in the Ellison will drop into the Pagnuelo, until the fours in the Ellison are reached. .This will pro- vide some keen sport. An attempt Is also being made to get the finals .in tie Brewery and the N. Y. C. run oft at once. The draw in the Ellison, is as .fol- lows: "Scott R. A. Crawford McNtbb Kirkiam Carberrj- .Skeith N'elson Held (Prflnc Onr. Own sacred con- cert to be givoft to the O.W.VjA. hall on Sunday loth) will be rendered by Band. This concert few weeks In the name place and because of Hs excellence there has'.iieen ii general desire ..expressed, that It-be repeated Some new Hems will' be added.am he public Is advisu. not io miss the .real .in store.'.; ,Th'o concert civet asl Sunday evening consisted o selections by the Jolianseh Orchestra soJos.ljy Miss HesketJi. Miss V..Hoi man, Mr.'. Haskius' nnd 3tr. Oirtman recitations by Mr.-. Jardlhi) arid a Death of Aljsaim1 3y Principal Gould.'. .In Aid'of the Hospital On Wednesday, evening, Feb. llth an excellent .entertainment was give: in the Hex Theatre by the Barnwel Dramatic Cluu-.lii aid oi'" Tabe -Mr.-Arlderson of Uaniwel occupied Ihe-ch'ain 'A play entitled was first present eoY arid this; was followed by a farce "Too Much of; a'Good Thing." Both pieces were .rmich appreciated. Th Johanscn iilso 'greatly as slsted In the program. At the clos Mayor Vickery mpved a vote bf lhank to the Dramatic and the orches tra for .the free and .excellent service rendered, and 'also tb MrV Heatlierl, for'the uge'bf.tho tlieatre for the oc casioii.; The amount rDalked from th entertainment'is'about >140.60. drive and supper was heli on Thursdiiy. night .'in the G.W.V.A hall under tlie of the men's, chnrcli In use (luriii the evening- for-' progressive whis ij. Harold Addy winning the ladie prize nnd Mr'. .Allan the gentleman's The biioby'prizes'went to Mr, Ronal Truswell and'Miss Lily Sparks. Sui per was then served'and an enjoyabl and. successiui "event' brought to clOSC. .On FridaysFeb.-6th, tho ladies o the Methodist church served a caf terla'supper in the.King George hole can Touch-for th Tarlety of the suppe and .understand, that the proceed were substantial. Country Scores LONDON. Ft-li. Canadian of Scottish football games played Saturday were: Airdriconians 1, Clydcbank 0. Celtic 3, Albion Hovers 0. Dumbarton 2, Hibernians 0. Fnlkirk 3, Hamilton A. 2. Hearts 1, Dundea' 1. KHmarnock I, Third Lanark .0. Morton 0, Hangers 2. 5, Clyde 2. Partlck 2. Ayr United 2, Queen's Park 3, Aberdeen 0. St. Mirrcii 2. llallh Hovers 2. MITCHELL SK. VVIs., Feb. champion lightweight bosfj- of Auslrnlla, (cday signed articles to meet Illtchic Mi-.chell, Milwaukee, in a 10-rounil bout In Mil- waukee on or about.. 1'ebrnary Mitchell is to sign in n day or two. DIDN'T GET INJUNCTION AO'fitNST BECKETT 1X3NDON, Canadian florTfaier, manager of Joe an Injunction In tho courts to restrain Hockctt from accepting boxing engage- -------with bis suriclJon. Macleod Hamilton Marrs Davidson Boyd Stewart Fox Clirli Llvic Johnson ijImpEon Mackenzie Peat Parks W. Crawford The pimes tor tonight are: Davlnaon vs Boyd (B.) McNobb vs Shephern (Brow.) Stewart vs Fox. Marnoch .va Reid. Scott TS R, A. Crawford, Skellh vs Johnson (N. V. D. C.) Stopson TS McKcnzIe (E.) Dnff TS W. M. Crawford Peat' TS Parks. Klrkhnm TS Clark TS LIvK Skeith TS Nelson. Hamilton vs Marre. Alrtl va Johneon. One to be posted. All games in tho Ellison, unless otherwise marked, nro 12 ends. Games must lie played as dmwn'or defaulted; the season is now shorl, and .postponements kill the Inlnrcst. If, as iklp, you can't play, phono your opponent and offer a. substitute skip to lako your rink, so that those who can play will not bo disappointed. Clirirllo Carheny snys he knows lust liow Iho Princc'n right hand fell. Heavy on Iho shake these days. Suf- fering from the grip himself. C; C., ChaB. Carberry, city chnmplon. GOWDY MAY BECOME GIANT Lanky "Hank" Turns Down Bosto Go New York "llaiik" Opwdy.' may drape his Ian form this sea son. Tho.first professional baseba playor to get Inio! war service ha returned his'unsigned, contract to th Boston accompanied .by note .expressing'.his dissastiEfactto over a cut in salary. If Georgo Grant n fuses to raise tho ante Gowdy wi be lost to the big league, unless h is traded to Lank Han positively will not-sign at tue terra offered, .but: Is Billing ito bo Iran planted to a'dtent uniform again. Gowdy was a; member plants for, 'several months eom years He'came from tho Da las club of the'.'TeiaB. league during tho winter of .1910 and caught several games for McGraw in 1D11 before being traded Up. Boston, along with Al Bridwell, Charley Herzog. In .1912 the, jB'rayei sent the war veteran to Butfatb under an optional life returned In 1914 and got into the world series againsl Iho Alhlelics, being Iho baiting hero of that struggle." ITe .remained with the Braves as .first string catcher until ho volunteered for active .serv- ice In the arfny In July, OTTAWA 3, CANADIENS 2 MONTRBAU Feb. IS.-MJtlawa took he lead in tile secocd halt of the Na- loaal Hockey Associatiou schedule ere Saturday night whfn taey took he Canadians into camp, by t S to 3, SENIOR O, H. A, RESULTS TOROKTO, Feb. the senior 0. H. A. here Friday night tho Dentals defeated iAura B to t. Kitchener defeated the Dons of To- ronto, at Kitchener, 0 to 1. Tigers 'Varsity at Harall- ton, 6. The GAS SAVER whips up gaiollne and.geta more action out of It than was ever thought possible. This "wonderful little i rnechanteaify breaks up "thft mixture'' Into ft much more highly rarifjtd thus stcur- Ing practically 100% combustion, and driving your car mllto farth- er with every gallon of fuel used, This bevies will reduce the cost of uatollne te> 30c per gallon. The GAS SAVER (s sold under positive guarantee ef ca'iltfac- Your' mbn.ty. will ba cheer- fully refunderf, wltriout question, If you are'not satisfied aft-r 10 days trlnl that it do all. we claim. You are made the judge. You risk THE CANADIAN GAS SAVING DEVICE, SOLD BY, Mechanical Garage Corner Fourth Ave, Third Street South Lethbrldge Phone 1190 OTT AUTQ UVERY Special Bertiee on 'Country Trlpa Phoiwa Realdenea 1210 Eddie Berger Jot Fieutetn' CITY TAXI SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT 'Country Trips a Specialty Phone 1856, Office 3rd Avre. S., Ride In a McLiughlln'Special, It costs no Dominion ing Alleys nt. Demmlttn iKntrance ANDY THE RADIATOlt MAN 418 Fifth StS. ANYTHING IN RADIATORS Electric Welding CAR REPAIRING Lawford Weldm? Co. 2nd Ave., Opp. Hvtet Phona ,1544 We Hive- Initilled Full Eqvlc> mcnt for Repairing AUTOMOBILE RfiDIATORS Can handle .all makes of can. Expert Met Furnace Work. FREEL ELLIOH Sheet Metal 334 St. South Phone 1711 Vimy Auto Repair Shop Adams Block .13th Street H. GENERAL. REPAIRS FOR ALL MAKES OF CARS. By Experienced Mechanics. FORD SERVICE AGENCY TIRES STORAGE ALL WORK IS GUARANTEED Q, F, TULLOCH ;