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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THE LETHBRTDflE DAILY HERALD I'MIMY, KKWllAUY 18, IHUl BRINGING UP FATHER !_______I m M i I'.t" A I j h -I 'M xov> j A', t DlXlCAIi. T ti ''A P o i VA, By G. McManus ...JL. WELL-HE CCRTAINLV A. oooo EAT HERE AND SAVE TIME 'flu- busy biiHtupsB man nerds ovory minute of tlm iluy for his ufllru clutiei. Hints that liiw hnich hour iiectjssurily must bo short to titku rare, of the routine of tlio duy. IE he cuineg ho will save considerable time. Further- more, he is certain to find only the best quality of rood, whole- sonic anil kind of food liu -will usually fiud at home. SILVER GRILL LETHBRIDGE GOES INTO THE FINALS OF THE CROW'S NEST HOCKEY LEAGUE; WON FROM COLEMAN, 3 TO 1; PLAY TUESDAY; Rough Game Brought Bacon to Irrigation man Enters Two Against Leih-. n bridge Running Very Made Splen- did Was in Good Shape. TIL iiu-aid WINTRY JINGLES Chaplin uo'.v plays L'olu, ami li-rii ilu'-y ruk' ;.i iiin t'harlra lu'rs them, one hv u'itb cust- (By a Staff Reporter. 1 Lethbridge defeated Coleinan on j Blairniore icf in playoff of tho protested game iasi night by a M'ore of three to one. Coleman twoj protests on tho game. In a game that rnugh :ill the the Lothbriiige boj's. amid tre- j mendous opposition from the won the opportunity to enter the finals for tbe Crows Xest Hockey league' and will play Blairmore in Lethliridge on Tuesday. The return game will be played in UlairinorL' next Friday. Right from the start of the yuinoj last night play was fast, probably the j fastest in the league this season. For j the entire first half there very1 little to choose from between the two teams, the period ending without a i score. No one loafed on the Coleman j team and the team play was fairly j Rood. Johnson, goal for Coleimin, sva.-: onto his job to a perfection. lie made some excellent stops and saved his team from a worse defeat. j Hogan and Gate on the defencer Trere strong men, both of them taking the puck up the Ice on a number of occasions. Hogan scored the only goal j for Coieman, on a pass from Jewel, j CoEgriffe, centre for Coleman worked like an ox all tho time, lie is funt anil was right after the puck every minute. Gresack was another hard player. Jewel did not make as good showing as some expected, hut docs not mean he was letting bis com-1 paulons down. Rodger Good for Lethbridge. had to do some fast thinking on a nuinlier' .of occasions and did it well. He almost as hard pressed as Johnson' ''and some of his saves wore equally as difficult. On two occasions Coleman players had got through the defence and Podger went out and checked them. Boucher and Fred Hender.-on were Lethbridge defence men. It seemed as if Coleman players were' mil to "get" Boucher hut Uotichcr lin-' ishert the game in guod fcbape. IIu got away for many ni-iies. a conpK- uf good shots ofti :i played combination. He was responsible for third goal, pas-ing puck rU'iicr. MrFiji-. centre got Uie in a ru-h. There a in front of Johnson, and Mi 1-V'1 tile within a very i-Iosr inakinsr Ills shot good. Hilly Hondfr-- sun played bard all the time. checlTed but u-'V! some (if his sticU handling proven puzzling. li.ft wiiu. Uvi, of the three goals lor his I- r was knocked out dill-ins rlu IU-M minutes of play ijat was r-oim h.n-lc on t'ue ice and during ih-j entire bis one hnmln'd an.l pounds proved helpful, as well as his rushes ami .-tick handling. i ll-.ith teams wove eriual.- >o far as i speed coni.-erned. There practically no'educ on thai point. far as rough nlayinc: g.ics both li .iliis did their share inn it was starten by Coleman and lloL'iin and CosurilTe proved the stars at it. Only two pen-: ultif-s and llusan and Gate caught them. Boucher leturnefl ihe work doth- t-i him and Fred Henderson was not found lack ins; when his weight wa needed. Billy Henderson was the job for chopping. However, everyone on the Ice was doing tiie same so no. more blame should bo attached to one player than ro another. j Splendid Ice Dhurmore rink ufflcials should be I rnp.gratu'.atrd on tho ice thi-y pro-; dtice! for the They have had- a invar, many difficulties to contend1 with and tbe ice last night was fast. A tvw Mvells WITH scattered around but they (lid inn malerially imerlVre with tin: handling of the puck. The :eain was ;LS in Dliiirmori- last night as the often spoken of iKdecal. Krom they got off tin- train nii-il ibey I'-u the'town they hooti-d. Every tlnni nicy W.JHI on Ih.- ice booted ami i-vt-ry' time one, of ill" cevdingly i was ;-i e he all; tlun the name iinr-li- di not let j anything iu-( by him ;-n: ;lu- -n.k' rf: Play. .McFarlini.l. Jhn It'n-i. boon uvarlng i Soon Started playing against the wind and it was to shoot. Colonial.! Clinic U with ru-h and then l.'ener soi for a! >ltot. ,lohn-on luindling hi; 1 harder evi-ry minute ami four minutes the star: start1; long shootitur. i h in. Uoucli.-r soon with ;i l a rush for almo-.r :iip of' i'-P. thon hard! .--is iniinnrs iii-- of tin-1 li-.-riod R.-lh-r was laid out win n he1 wa- body chocked, his the ice. on In his pl.ici-. The oi-'.-urred near ihc S-'O.'il and roleman u'nt hark down the j with puck, r Cirnnt with a -H-..-tty IH--II ar.-t pm-k w-ni inn-k down thf rush Cosgi-iffo got through the dr-; fcnci- :m.i Piidscr went 0111. ul'il s.ivcd 1 tlli- Cram ma away for ;i slloti and JIcFeo followpd v.-ith ;n'.-ithvr. CoJeman sot hark down the i.e and Podei-r called on times in rapid succession to .-iive his Long' Shooting Kmrfu niiniitcs ;tfb-i- star- 'Ii-- 11.-ln-i- reiin-ne.l to the [day rtn'd i.Irim ;i.i" Fiv.. est ray. Into the big show busts ins hectic way, And looks like seven million dollars at the dint lool-s like thirty cents along ill i Blairmore in Lethbridge Next Tuesday, and Lethbridge at Blairmore Friday, Referee Will Be Secured to Handle Games. HAT HOCKEY TEAM PLAYS "HI" TONIGHT Following Which Two Gsts Town Basketball Teams Will Play Local Quints i CROW'S NEST PASS HOCKEY LEAGUE STANDING! rrowd to t-acll boxing town. Telling just how they'll knock E. Leon- ard Isn't it strange thai mouths and months go by. And -liii the selfsame .-.ct-ttrs Ibo crown'.1 Team Blairmore Lethbridge Coleman Taber....... Macleod Pincher (February 18th, 1921) Played Won Lost For Agst. P.C.i 10 10 10 8 9 9 7 7 6 o 9 3 3 4 o 6 7 55 55 38 26 37 30 26 39 25 41 51 58 .700 .7001 .600J .375! .3331 .222 ln> HU, iiul '.VMM iK-vor li.tvo known 31" it liisiln't I'ueu tor 111'.' style of iniirh nt' tlu1 rliiclc'M) bont! Lethbritlgo and Blairmore have uow I pluyctl all their games In tho Crow IToeiiGv Lecigiio ;md are tlcil for first nlauo. Tiie league ruling is that tho chanipiuuship shall be established by home and home games between the two learns, goals to count. At Blair- more last night the managers of tho two teams tossed for choice of haue gamed and Dlairmoro won, electing to play tho first In Lothbridge and tho j .second in Blairmore. Tho game in Lethbridge will bo staged next Tuesday night and at Blaiiinoro Friday niglit. A neutral referee will be appointed br the league. It possible Dan M'1.- Lood, "Sport" Smith or A. 1J. Cook ot' Calgary will be secured as official arbiter for both games, Northern groups have r.ow pretty well established their group winners and after next week the A. A. H. A. will arrange tho play-down for Htiiald-Journal .cup now held hv lm: Lothbridge Vote, 1920 provincial ama- itcur champious. Flfty-Fifty ;i bandit eats a meal in a', ;ind, jifk'r unu look at tlm rlioi'k uriaos and holds up the cashier. U'.- tlis.'ii six years since the won a ;init nni jiiiiu nt tho ijumiant win- iif.TS rpt'.v [hi.. Cluh. SOCCER QUERIIES AND ANSWERS j First Prize Second Prize Third Prize RULES GOVERNING THE COMPC- TIT10N ARE AS FOLLOWS: Thft com petition vill 'JG CLi'.l-U Ta-j llcni: Football i'. Competitors will eiHillcJ t'> ina.ny catrien us thi.iy pi-'i'.iUnJ wiitry in ntconipaiiimi by live and uuuttuii.s to int.- ot cntrltyj. nk f Jill' Ii into a restaurant, make HOCKEY LEAC c. 1 In- ii. -rim! ciiiii'a oil-.- lit tllfi lllOSt 11; items on tin. mean, and Kiillo inhlili" al'lrr the iliinl aiwin while you (he MT'. HIS as lo r1 'Xi' niii r pniii ininpi concern iim Icons a i iiu'.iin 1' 1" have been Hilly t-. v. a 'li'1 I'lisaible policy .-coif is an i.leni. inaurancti ami look .t. Jill :i 1 !1 II In in i 1I1.MM1 ilfnvn bill :-aVi-il SENIOR O. H. ii Ih- -i M a ]'ii- 1'rnin I.. iiritiT aia! Hi" thii-.! i-cial el Mi" iwn i-vl ill.-i liir.n of Toruntu I'll.-', oil- Hi 'I.'' ,l ll'ljl 1 i 1 s'" I'll' n: Keidi i 1 .-', .Si i': ihi ll'-'Ulei coiltre; 'i-'ii, ii llcndersnii' N. H. L. S i; h1. i -A i iiiin 'r IL 1 lilii i'lv, inlil mil. Cnlemall 1 .loisolK j In reply to encjutry re the captain i of Aston-Villa, the Horald is uuablo troni its present information to give j a decision as to whether the captain is C. Htephenson or A. Ducat, but the following may be ot value to those in- the question the number oil Draw for Third Round of Scottish Cup Announced At 7.15 the Alexandra High School of Medicine Hat will lim up against the local "Hi" In hockey match at the rink. The local team will be picked from W. Ridpath, I. Rose, B. Rose, D. Mutton, Morrison, Leech, Green, Turcottc and Kesler. Following the hockey game tha Hat girls' basketball team will lock horns with the locals. The home brews won the first game with the Gas City quintet and are out to repeat the trick. The team will be picked from Misses Miles, M. Scott, Simpson, Mcll- vcna, Beaton and Hoiman. After the girls game the 16 and under, will provide the entertain- ment. These teams are making their first appearance and from rumors that are in ths air it i; gathered that these dark horses are going to uncork considerable speed. AUSTRALIAN CRICKET MELBOURNE. Feb. Associated English team .scored 315 in tlio fecoml innings of tho fourth erickel match against Aus- tralia today. This leaves Australia only I'll runs to make to win, not a very difficult task. The Aus- tralians ma do 91 of them today for the loss of two wickeU. The .'isiting batsmen collapsed today before the bowling of Mailluy, whose bowling showed that he took nine wickets for llll runs, three wickets falling to him Cor only one run. _....._ J.OXDON', Feb. As- s'of e'atli'pliiyer draw -for the i j third round of the Scottish cnp to he. j played tomorrow on the grounds oi' I the lirst named clubs follows Dundee ra Aberdeen. i Enat Fifo va Celtic. Artnadale va Albion. Glasgow Rangers VB Alloa. Jlamilton vs Midlothian. Ayr vs MotlHinvoll. Dumbarton VB Nithadale. Kast Sterling va Particlt. In the game between the third divi- i sion teams of the English league Winter fishing operations at Buffalo Lake in North Alberta yielded 000 pounds. PHONE US land" the follow- ;atcs in English i ague games, and England. March 23, i Villa vs Sunderland, cup final' Queen's Park Rangers defeated Nor- ........Id th, 2 to 0. The Rugby union championship semi-final game between Gloucester-' WINS j shire and Surrey resulted In a vic- for the for'ner by 21 to 3. the S.A.P.A.L. i WINNIPEG 'SPIEL period netted two. locals uiul ended the j............. WINNIPEG, Feb. MaeDomilil. j RE STAPF I Fort William, continued lila suisa-; will bejtlonal progreas today toward tin; i inumbArfi nn the umpiring stall''grand aggregate (.liampionsliip of the j league during tho i local bonsplsl by doieaLiug Idont, 11. John-1 liis cHibniiito from Kort Wiliknn hi lay. Johnson will (tho-final end of a delayed game of ,5. ,j the Oirks semi-annual, this Won 8 morning. The game vent nine ends when the Glurm put the lights out of commission hist with MaeDon- ahl on the long end of a seurr. This morning Uutledge got enough rocks to tie the scoro at tho end ot the eleventh. MacDonuld had last rock in tho 12th and made a perfect to win. Hyde of Heginii went into tlio i of lieutenant-yovornor'a cuji, the consolation ovont thiH morning. Gnuil, J'.anitultii, tk-funltud. Ur.nJdoek, failed to make the Jil's in tiie Houtonant-froveruor'tj cnp in the morning draw, skiing dou'ii to detoat at tiie handa of McTavlsli, LuHt Lethbridge Heralds for sale in Calgary at Boston Hat and News Co.; at Bolter Bros, in Medicine Hat. j j I'-lt wiii'j. crpMu If.flit, Jtrwol; Oraliam, Ilaniillnii CUSS1 TRAINING RULES rniC.UiO, Keli. mealB ii day for all except, the pitch- ers will bo tho rulo ut the Chlc.airu Ctths' training cuuiip In Cnllfuniln, it wtib unnouncytl today Ijy .Munatjoi1 IilverH. .Bresilcfuat by uino o'dook, thi'oc hours' practice vrith perhaps tho recruits ami the evening meal, wilt bo tlu Kv.n'rf yiifd. LX- coitt for Alexandor, Vaughn am! u few returaiiB who will ho (iiillud on tu 'jurry tho of tbo pitching bunion right from tbo atari, of. tbo KCilKon. Two ivwikB of sucli coinllLloiiiiu'. livors bollovcs, will proccnt tlic xiiual from reporting for the Hotson's open- ing ganin In poor shape boAnuu of i over weight. Look for the Name "Wttlard" on a battery identi- fies it as the product of tha pioneer in starting and lighting batteries. It stands for the most im- portant battery the Willard Threaded Rubber Battery. When you buy a Willard Threaded Rubber only battery with Threaded Rubber buy freedom from old time separa- tor troubles, because the platea of this battery are not merely separated. Saves trouble and expense. Ask about the Willard Threaded Rubber Battery and how you can recognize it. SCARLETT SERVICE STATION 311 7TH ST. SOUTH UETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. PHONE 6IG. Willard Batteries ;