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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX BRINGING UP FATHER THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNKSHAY. FKHHUARY HI, 1921 IN i MI COCKED IN I "VOLD DINTV ro HIM- 4OIN' IN THA.T CTIQN WITH (.McManos EAT HERE AND SAVE TIME THfi man needs every infnuto of the day for lilt ottk-H tlndi that his limeli hour neceatarily must tui shortened to tuke caro of routine of the day, If be cornea here be will considerable time. Further- more, be IB certain to And only tbe best quality of 'food, whole- some and delicious the kind of food be 'Will usually find at home. SILVER GRILL COLEMAN VS. LETHBRIDGE AT BLAIRMORE ON THURSDAY BAD ICE FORCES COLEMAN- LETHBRIBGEGAMETOBEFuT OVER UNTIL THURSDAY NIGHT C. P, R, Promised Enough Equipment to Handle Bigr Crowd of Follower of Hockey Is Needed in Blairmore for This Game. Coleman has decided to play the flame scheduled with LetJv bridge in Blairmors. This game v-iN be played Thursday night in- stsati of Wednesday. Another postponement of this game had to be called because of the condition of the Blairmore rink. A large ridge had to be re- moved and the necessary repairs coufd not be accomplished so as '.a give good ice for tonight. Sloirmore' nnlc officials will have Mic ice in good shape for Thurs- day however, Keep Thursday open for a trip to Blairmore. The C.P.R. will see that sufficient equipment is put on the west bound local to accom- modate all of Lethbridge if neces- sary. The boys wpnt a big crowd with them. B'airmore brought ap- proximately three hundred fans to Lethbridge, Surely Lethbridge can do better than that with the larger population to draw from. Lethbridge will have to be con- tented with third place in the lea- Que if they to Co (email Thurs- day night. That is one excellent reason for taking a big crowd to Biairmore. This will be a game where every player and every rooterXwiH take a prominent part. THE RUBAIYAT OF THE TRAINING CAMP (Continued) The Practice starts. As light as a ga-1 zelle Each Rookie throws, ami bats, and runs, too Tbe Scribes take Photographs, and write .Much Bunk, the grim Veterans yawn, and I i say, "Oh, (Closely the Manager keeps i f and now I Ho makes loug Speeches, telling each niau how To play his chosen hear him Talk. ;And give him the attention i sums Cow! jThe days go long and steady null Rounds them into shape. The Wires are full Of glowing screeds sent home each night by those Whose only mission is to Threw Bull. the CURLING iug' for the city, championship. The rules are that first and second LETHBRIDGE BASKETBALL TEAM CINCHES SECOND PLACE IN S. ALTi LEAGUE Defeat Cardtton By Score of Fifty-one to path Went Wild in Hit Young and Green on and as Guards Did Splendidly. How did Cardslon ilefcst the of a good order. Uidpath bridge, hoopers the last time met? That is a question many fjii.j ask- ed last night when they (he Lcth- bridge boys piny rings around the At last they start for Home. Bach day, players compose the rinks, hut the j rinks must play intact throughout. A set of prizes is to be presented. .V I the rlub to the winning rlnlc- Already There throe games played in labour eight skips have entt red. It is Wright Shield last night. .Me- he.ned fo make the draw defeated Clark. Carberry won'night and have some games played; from Aird and Peat won from Kirk-1 Thursday ulglit. Enter your rink date Is played somewhere in some wild cactus State, And, at each city where they halt for Kats. :ed, resentful Uookie sets the Gate. Cardston team on the Y.M.C.A. floo The Gual score of the game was 5t to IS in Lethhridge's favor and toe score is a fair indication of the rnipcriority the local boys showed over the toro, Although the CardBtnn boys played hard all the time they never were a match for the locals. The visitors j seemed to lack combination and height. The majority of the t'artisum boys were not as tall as the Letlibrldge they'BO' "lie field baskets and George Young got eight. Besides his field baskets Young scored five fouls. Green, playing forward, the smallest player on the floor got sii baskets, five of them in the first half. Green is a young player who lias ham. Special interest centred in the Aird- Cai'beriy game us these two skips are former winners of [he shield, ami city championship the results show, and Carberry are still in tlie i Cie running to annex another place) with L. YV. Clark or J. S. Kirkham at ouce. RING NEWS The same old Crowd comes home to face the The same old Crowd that played a year "Youth must be they say, but here, we find, About one youth in forty gets a shew! the shield. The ice is in splendid shape and t'.ie remaining games will be hot contests. The draws for toilighi anil Tlntr? day follow Wednesday Greenway vs Stewari. Carberry vs Xelson. Thursday McXabb vs Creemvay or Dutt vs Hamilton. The Colts Competition This competition is always played during the time the big rinks Football Competition Going'Juniors Will Play Fast Game- and Third Pincher Has Splendid Divisions Hard Team Two hundred fans are wauled at tonight's game when the Kno.x team, winners of city junior league cham- iror last week's football competition' a 'nixecl team Fleury Tries, of U'12 13th street come to the front in splendid manner! nortl> R- Barttiouno, Dot this year and great things are expect-! Coalnnrst. divide the first prize of ?40 ed from him Wade Hidonth has'lor week's football competition. shown great improvement and George Fourteen divide the second money ttn" lrom Young is still a star among stars in i in thi, first game the Knox boys wo, Lethbringe. Keen competition is now the week- win gives Lethbridge a cinch! experience of the contest and this I by a score so are one goal up to on the second position in the league..; Following is the score resulting in the prize money up every week. This week oin Green, f. boys but were fairly huuvy. S. Gaboon, f. centre man for Cardston, was than George Yoling, LeUibridge's cen- tre, but he was not there so far as action was concerned. E. Long, for- ward for Cardston, particularly dm-- ng the second half, proved himself m esceMeut shot at The shooting of C, the basket, 'arnston, taken Young, c. Snow, g. Cope, g. CardsLon S. Cahuon. c. as E. Long, f. a whole, was not what ft night have i L. Gaboon, f. becrj. With tho exception of Long JR. g. tlie other players did not seem toiE. Carlson, g. possess anj'where near good aim.' Shooting among the Lethbridge squad F. 1 1 0 0 Pis. 12 13 came in last week with seven j In the past week's contest the Aber- deen-Clydobanlr i-nnie was ruled out. I', j This Astou Villa-Smiderland and Wat- 53 ford-Heading games iwoved the ttndo- ts! i of most competitors. The Brat ell- 3 vision and Scottish leagues were fair- ly ly easy tint most fell down on the 11 second and third divisions, many fail- ing to hit one correct in the eight -j! games. Who is going into the fourth __! round of the cup? Pick, your favorites for this week's contest. j start game. The puck will win Pm sharp as there is skating afterwards. I fans is needed. The team will In- pick- ed from Leech, Sang. MorriiV, v'. Mutton, R. Greenway, T. Uose, i-'c-rku. and B. Hutton. Fralic the big man is hors de combat. IS GIBBONS GETS DECISION CINCINNATI, Feb. Gib- be shield bom. of St. Paul, easily defeated Hugh Walker, of Kansas City, in a 10-round boxing bout here last night. They are heavyweights. It-is an old axiom of natural science RULES GOVERNING THE COMPE- TITION ARE AS FOLLOWS: BOUT CANCELLED i .NEW YORK, Feb. twenty- j round boxing match between Battling j of Xew York and Bombard-1 lei- Wells, to have been held at Lou- that anything "whTc'h is full of hot air don. February 2S. has been cancelled, j goc5 right upi We don.t want fo id Levinsky said he would leave for tbe-tne professors but how do Jack Cup. re United States immediately. Danny Morgan, Leo R. Flynn, Harry Frazee, and several others man- si age to stay on the I Mississippi fan wants to knov "if] there are many Southern players in! the major leagues." ARK there? Say. j i frjend, Dixie's younsxnieu have rlse'n ,tip. learned the old gaine of baseball, jand moved into the big leagues in j such numbers that you can't hear the l letter "K" from April to October, i while the roster of tbe Xational and American Leagues sounds like a roll- call of Forrest's Cavalry! Sartorial Questioner: Why. certain- i ly. Glad to give you the information. IA pinchback overcoat is one ivhere j you get pinched .when you go basic to the restaurant where you got it. Movie Triumph Yery popular during the past sea- son: "The Jag, in Several Reels." i FOOTBALL TEAMS WANT BLEACHERS IN ADAMS PARK; MAY KILL BASEBALL THERE First Prize Second Prize Third Prize Thr. competition will he railed Competition. j ivii: bo entitled in i. Coinyclito many entries an Hi-y provided each entry IH Svo cents, ;Uid tu Uiu iiuui- bL-r of 2 must cross u'Jt 'lie numtiH oj iho chiiss they think will and CTOMH fjut 'ho nauiya oi' i if they consider ;i. Uni'.v will rtsult, 4. Coupons only be securi'il from tlie Sporting I'age of The Herald. 5, All iiionk-s received will bu re- turned In The amount nml numbers of prizes will be published every Monday morning for that week's Barnes- of wili Iio pubHchtjrt every Wcilricsday antl i "lioquefl Ic cornpeLi'ara will immflrtlaiely on receiut of fonfirmation by the Athletic News. i correct is split between the following, each to receive Syrt Wai Us, City Polid'. Jumea S02 7th St. S. i C. Wakeleii, loth St. S. H. SeargeaiU, 413.12th St. N. G. E. Murphy, 701 9th Ave. S. E. Judson, 1218 Srd Ave. S. A. K. Witbam, IU1 ISth St. N. E. II. Tudor, Woolford. Sirs. G. Huntley. Ta.her. Mrs. G. Field. P.O. Macleod. L. W. Waddcn, IMS 12th St. S. W. H. McCaffrey. Ill 13th St. N. A. Dow, P.O. Start, city. G. 31. Mclntyro, 119a 17tb St. X. EASJIOPIiY Change in OfT-Sidf Rules in Regard to Centre Ice j VANCOUVER, Feb. A. I Patrick stated today that he had made, i the proposals for new rules to govern Stanley cup series in an effort to iciimiiia'e the annual crop of alibis [that follow the world's titular con- itests. j "We admit that the aix-man ganne I is easier for our men to adapt them- I selves to than the seven-man style is for those who have been playing in 'the cast, but do not Intend In Twenty-five will split the third prize our league rules to coiucidn of f 15.00 for 8 correct, each receiving, v.-iu, the eastern game. If the east will GO cents our proposal to meet UB halt Jno. Payne, all! 16th St. j LOCAL MACLEOD 'SPIEL GETS UNDER WAY Th'! Telephones utliir losing their lii-Kl ill the "V" li-sgue In the V.ll.c.A. striped out and defeated f'.ilii team ladt night by the parro'.s- nnirgill in' nine plus. The libuiieii won by two pins but lost ib.; surond In the third came (he ('oca Cula learn blew up (mil the Telephones walked off with this bacon tucked safely under their arms. Harvey Schweitzer was high man with a Uital ol' lihi. He also rolled tor ilis first L'UO score of the lea- gue. second with for a total. The boys from the Domin- ion aro getting accustomed to the "Y" alleys now rim! the scores are ex- I pected. to pyramid, i Tonight the nigh School meets i the. Y.M.C'.A. team. Following are the scores COLAS ist 2mi Murplly (From Our Own Correspondent) MACLEOD, F'd'. The local Iran- piel opened today ,it tun o'clock. Tim ice is belter than i; h.ts been all win-lor, and the aro making good Ituss a Boldier his whole regiment by shooting the cook? i Nniinnal NewupBiier j Son lea) __ r-i MS KM 147 'riOI.-EI'IIO.NKS 1st L'ud mn ya 137 Mil I2fj 120 3rd Tot. il'4 396 'IliO A. Smi'tli 2220 17B St. Calvary. Pred Thornbill, 621 lith St. S. T. Walton (JOS St. B.X. A. J. Davis, 5SS J2th St. D. flotham, 1201! 2nd Ave S. D. Botham. I SOU 2nd ve B. K. Dlink, 306 19th St. N. li. C. Clarke, Colonial Theatre. Jack Edwards, 1318 6th Ave. A.N.1 Mrs. n. W 1 2nd Ave'. S. A. Webb, 1S02 6th Ave A.N. C. It. Doe, 113 16th St. X. H. f'. Rohson, Merchants Bank, city. A Symons, Gen. Jlacleotl. Mrs. K. A. Mitchell, Hjth St. i Syil Wallis, City Police. John rftevensuii. 53? l_th Ht. A.X. .las. McLean, 5th Ave. A.S. .1. Stevenson. "iKS ll'th SI. A.X. f.ico. F. UidBeilale, Bow Island. W. II. Doloug, Plunkett mid Savago, ity. D. Clyrke. Colonial Theatre, city. SI7 Sth Ave ,S. D. Wilson. 622 7th St. K. :in offside area in center ice theru should not lie any difficulty In arriv- ing ut an amicable agreement, BO far as the play-ofl's only are concerned." Smoke 4U1 2SI) Jfil 152-1285 CURLING AND HOCKEY AGAIN AT FERNIE Our Own Correspondent) miXIE. Feb. sudden change in tho weather from warm moist snow and rain to freezlnf; tem- perature has revived the unrtiug spirit, and tho local bonspicl which liad to be diacontiliueil when only a few games were wiil lie "on ice" again tonight, with Indications that the 'spiel can be played to a finish.' The ffirlfc' hockey mytr-h whieh-was tf1 have been played here tomorrow iilKht between the HoKents of C.alsory and the Fernte glrln hag been post- poned to the on account of the absence of the ftngeuts at Vancouver, where they aro nlayioii a crack team of Vancouver ladlee, j For over tixty yean a faeoritt SKATING 8 TO 10.30 Weather permitting. PHONE 1849 Admusion 15c and 25c PHONC F1PTH ITREtT ;