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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRlPCifc' DAILY HERALD TJJURSDAY, FKBUUARY 19. 1920 BRINGING UP FATHER G. McManus WOULDN'T HANE TO NKW YORK, Feb. Stales will uol seiid a polo team to the Olympic guinea. ;ia invltatlou to i compete iu Julv la th'e rolo tourney, which will be held at Osttnd.instead I o( Antsvorp. was received by ths America Polo Association from the i BeJgian polo committee, but the eiecu- live committee of Die association de- cided to decline. It was Mated today i that ;llitle bad been done toward I ho development o( the game since-the war euded yud (here was Insufficient time tu gel a team into, shape, OF ARMANDO TO PLAY AGAIN IEDHMIA1 IE CIIY FRIDAY The people win have the chance of -seeing two good games on Friday night between tho Medicine Hal city ond the "V first team, and the second teams of these two totms. Hat has a Tcry strong line up and they arc coming up here to giro Lflthbridge the hardest game they iiiTe had yet. Don't forget that Medi- cine Hat Von tram Lelhbrtdge here two years ago and they expect to do but the boys say they ani going to make, the Hat boys travel every inch or the way. The "V" boys have not had much encouragement in the way of getting a special train to see the Browning game at Cords ton oh the 25th of this received but there must be three times received but thero be Inree ttoies that many before the boys will take a chance on the train. They would like you to let them know as soon as possibly if you intend to go. The train will leave hero 01 ond come back again after tho btg dauce. JERSEY CITY, N.J., Feb. Jimmy Wilde of England, world's flyweight boxing champion, will engage in his first coptest In the east tonight against Mickey Rus- selE, a local bantamweight. Wilds declared he not satisfied with his showing in the three bouts Tn the Middle West "I am now thoroughly.accllmat- ecV he said, "hnu for as good a fight as I ever fought." Wilde expects tc weigh 107 pounds ringside and concedes about 10 pounds to Russell. Junior Hockey Champions s Of Alberta To Challenge For Abbott Memorial No Individual din Point to Him- self as Boss of Roos! N'KW YOIIK. Keli. Armando Mun-ans, tho Cuban baseball player, who suffered a fractured leg wbilo a member of tho York iu 1917, bas announced tuat he Is ini excellent 'condition and willing to re-! joiu the Yankees, accordig to Walter' Pipp, tho New York first baseman, I who has just returned from Cuba. Mursans, who is on llie reserve list of Ihe local club, retired from major league buseball after be had played a jmu of the 191S season. YOURLAST CHANCE TO WIN As the closing date of the Herald Football competition approaches, en- try forms are coining In fast. JCot only Iron) the city are guesses coming In, but from Calgary, Coal Creek, DIam-: onJ and other outlying districts. Tomorrow the last 'day of the contest and entry forms must be In hy niMntght for the ami first mail Saturday a.m. from the country. ,Twenty-flTc cents and a fllled-up Lawrence Lynch Assaulted Mac- lend Jiidge of Pleaded GuiUv Our Own MACLEOD; Feb. An Interest- Cup How many sports are there thai you can name that have- no thaui- j pion? asks Ibe Brooklyn Times. Tho answer comes quickly.: "N'one but bowling." s, the popular ten pin game I tjiesingles individitol Competition for This Trophy Was Inaugurated Last Year and Has Done Much to Foster the Gash With British Columbia's Representative. can point to bimself as the boss of tlie roost. ..'There njny'-ho flainiiinl.-i of the title, hut none Is entitled to be i-iiiiuu the national howling cham- I pion. For years Hie number is 10 or a j dozen. Jlmtny Smith of Milwaukee (BJ W. C. BETTSCHEN, Secretary of C. A. H. A.) The Abbott Memorial Cup, for which tho Alberta champions will compete, made its first appearance in western Canada junior hockey last season.. 11 was the first time there hod been any inler-provlnciul competition in the junior game. This beautiful trophy is accepted by ihe hockey associations