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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SK THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HBRALD MONDAY. FEBRUARY 21. BRINGING UP FATHER By (J. McManus FOOD THAT IS WHOLESOME AND FRESH food that it economlctl iu the kind ot food you got at this rustaurant. Among the hundreds who come here daily are people iu walk ot life. Come here for lunch ill the evening when you, remain downtown. You, too; will like the service aud food. SILVER GRILL BIG CROWD EXPECTED FOR i TUEDAY NIGHT; PLATFORM BUILT; BLAIRMORE COMING! Lethbridge Boys Working Hard for Will Have To Be On Job Seats Will Be On Sale. COLEMAN PROTESTS NOT ALLOWED BY PRESIDENT A Iji; JESTiNU JINv-LtS 1r. through ,1 I SEVEN RECORDS BROKEN IN McGILL- VARSITY CONTEST ilu'ltcr- Sliii in a b.istmvut like Ami. iis tie sliil. he sloatou grinfully- Uiuil he landed siimirdy on ;i dog': i ihi- uprcur. an enormous cop I Puslu'ii through the met a Notice Has Been Sent to Team Execu- tive Has Jurisdiction Over Its Own Says Mr. Long in His Notice on TORONTO, Feb. inter-col-j ifgiate and oaa Ortnudian I were broken at the swimming meet hntween MvOll! and Varsity lust night, liolli UOOI-RO Vernot of iiic'iill and Curtis Wells of Toront'i L'nlvcralty, Soccer Contest Takes Big Jump; ,9 uj- i u ui uiuiii, ,_. A the record of two minutes 31 4-5i Try (o Bring it Up to Members ut the Le tb.br idge hockey team have not been losing any oppor- tunities to get themselves into shape and to get the kinks out of therti- selves as a result of tho usage by rite Coleman players last week. To- night they will hold another practice on the 'rink in preparation for tho gume Tuesday night against Blair- more. It will ho necessary to get to the riuk in good time. A larger crowd the last time Blair more cume down, is expected and tho manage- ment OL' the team announced last night that a platform will bo con- atrueted iu the lane on (he south! side of the rink, which will accom-'g. module a hundred or two more fans, j will bring a big follow- ing down and with Lerhbridgo's own I following a rush is expected. J31airmore hockey Cans are eager for! t good game Tuesday night. They are anxious to via this game ami keep the lead of the league in the; Pass. That is a worthy ambition. Of j course Lethbridge wants to win and to go to Blairmore Friday nig'iir. with edge on the score. Good rooting will go a long way to help" the boys this. Rhynas, Blairmore's goal keeper is i W.TM now off tlie sick list aud vill he good shape for Tuesday. He is a: A splendid goal keeper and everyone can expect Lethbridge will have to do some splendid shooting to get by him. This game is not going to be a walk away by any means. It will be a harder game to win than that, played against Coleman, so every one As Mmit'oiie swung a right mjou 1 HUSO. Ti.c-n followe-l with a left hook anil a I -d; in-.- grim and va'i- can expect to gt-L ior tli Ad- mission eharye-i. A larger crowd ihar. ;nu'iul- ed the last contest with Hlairmore is looked for. The ice will be in. line shape. Ice-making weather h.is been prevailing during ihG weok-tud mid I 'n' Blairmore aspired that tlio j ice will be as good as Li'thbridju1 produce. The rink manure-merit "ig oiowy, been trying hard to present ;to the j by the rac-a-r. rv.-eniy-seveii bulls visitors a clean free oCj t'harycd on the spot Alienee the wild lumps ,and swells.' Don't forget to cy t-arly Tuesday night. liit foe tlie witli vast ami erusii- Again President H. G. Long has disallowed a protest and it is Coleman who is affected. The two protests, entered by Cole- man as a result of Thursday's gn'me in Blairmore, Have been disallowed. The first one read, "That Grant of Lethbridge was not' properly qualified player of the Lethbridgft team, not having been registered prior to January The second one reads, "That. TEN PIN LEAGUE GAME ON TONIGHT Coca-Cola and the Giants will rinish the first half 01 the City Ten Pin League on the Domin- ion Alleys tonight. The game will' commence at T o'clock. Percy Irwlu will be back in the game. v The fug Id'j fou ml- furious ground-- Far in the dis ed Ami. pro tul. victoriou faithful hound! rf on liie: fliHi ibe wiMI-chew-' .t WINNIPEG Isn't the oncmug chorus of a music-: Taber Saturday By Seven to Six Score Night comedy simply marvelous; live liEU'tl to one, and try to understand rl wliat they were singing'? Just wonder- j SKATING WITH BAND TONIGHT WINNIPEG, Feb. general shakeup took place in the five-man team event of (lie "Winnipeg bowling urirfoeiiittou'ra annual tournament here yesterday. Local Uams jumped into first and second place, the Cubs head- ing the list with an aggregate or i'.TSrj j Of run! the Thistles second Coieman i; -I I n _. _..... ____ Tahor.......... 3 6 t'ul, that's all: Goes, niiiety-our times Plnchcr ..27 .223 out ot like this: By winniUB' film Taber at Macleoii lab a yalj a ya'o nil huh, I on Saturday by a score of seven U'oli a gud; aw Jul) skib. j to six Maclcml stepped iu neit to Abba dib gootj lib bull. OK an- jros a then, isn't that- the- Perfection And that's bow With (i fine sheet ot ice at the rink skaters will be out in hundreds tonight. Tho band will be there. with J.dW. jail an' now. always have been and shoving the Mcts of Aberdeen, S.D., j always will iw! down to tb.ird position with The Recreations of Mouse dropped to HIP bottom ot the list with i I'olc-nuin. TliL'SL- teams played a post- i lioned in .Madeotl. Tbe recnlar of .the league is not finish- ed yet. PindiiT Creek has "not to play at Date for this will he OH SHAKESPEARE'S GHOST! (From the Nashville Tennessean) __ j Fritz Leiht-r, the enfintnt tragedian. The lour leaders in the doubles'will give two performance- at the maintained their SlnnUHr j Murfreesboro Opera House next matinee. and Hamlet in the eveu- and McArthur, leading with j nomeo and JuHot A Taber Report il-'rnrn Otir Uu-n L'orrcsptmdent> TABEIt. Kfh. Talier hockeyisla report a uooil R'ams at aiacleo.-l, j and the houfs: jilay ever tie- tweon the Tho iirst per-] iod ended -1 2 in fiivor of Maeleoii, THIS WEEK Prize Second Prize Third Prize RULES GOVERNING THE COMPE- TITION ARE AS FOLLOWS: I. The competition bfi called Thc Football CumyeWlou. Z. Competitors wW be eruiLltO lo aa many entries tliuy provided each entry ia by twenty- live tientti. and -yuflB 10 tiia uurn- ber oC entries. S Competitors rr.uat croisa out names the clubs they think will loue and croas out the narnesj oi boili if they consider a draw will result. 4. Coupons can only be secured t'rurn tliq bportingr 1'age cf Thc Herald. -Al] monies received will re- sd in Tho tmitiunt ami numbers of prizes will be published every Monday morning for that week's Waits. Results of compel! lions will be pub'iij-hert every TIN'LMinwday cheques (o successful fornpclltors will bo on uf rnnfirmati'in tlu> Athletic News. (I. In cafia the -first, socnnd nr thli-i prizes ai'e clivirJtd Uvn nr morti prize winners, TV: thc right to tin'1 pr that competitors witfi hiirhfrst number of correct I'c- the highest of pri-jt: money. -7. All entries siuiirf V-e or il-- livered to Thr T-Ierald hcforo mi'.i- nlRlit on A Frulay mark from potriis o! tb- nf Lnthbrldga will be :tu con ta I n i a M mats entry, P. Thc natnrj ufkircua -it iv rompe'.itnr must ba clwirly niarkt'l coupon. ft. Stamps niniit. iioL lie IIKOI) pfiy- fui1 t'ntrfisa 10. jMl cinlritfi tiiii.'ii HF- V.-.f: Kdltor. Ffcjlball Thj H. Tin Sporting Kclttoi1 .s Trlit h" final. 12. Urn ploy fics of TIio Hcni birred from the competition. ENTRY FORM Games Played Feb. 26th, 1921 FIRST DIVISION Tottenham vs West Brom. A. Sheffield va Derby County. Preston vs Arsenal. Oldham vs Manchester City. Aston Villa vs Bradford City. SECOND DIVISION Bnrnsley vs Fulham. Bristol 0. vr, West Ham. South Shields vs Notts County. Port vs Blackpool Clclpion 0. vs Leeds Urr. THIRD DIVISION Watford vs Bristol R. Swindon vs Norwich. Southcnd vs Southampton. Portsmcmth vs Brentford. Plymouth vs Swansea. SCOTTISH LEAGUE St. Mlrren vs Hibernians. Queen's Pnr> vr. Celtic Psrtich vr. Kilnnrnocli. Hearts Thin! but in tiic sec'unii the Tauer boys i Miss Irby Maraliall. r.he' peerless alom: scored, the score. Wiicn! Australian actress, will play "Lady thf3 nou'hori were li to li in the third Mucboth" in "Hamlet." Are you entirely hnppy, op is there come way the government can find. out what your income really -N'i.N on iliis thiiiK Hi' liiu-ing hells un i i-ach i-estauraiit-ttiiils! to summon tin.-' waiters! In tills old biirp. anyhow, Dir clung of even out: of 'JILT cent of.iVio t'ur tho i hark win flows b'M'tuv yn-.i ran iiutkc iiudLTBtaud UUIL the wuguti isn't IJOIIIUH'. FROM THE SUBLIME TO THE RIDICULOUS: i Chorus with iiretty faces and skinny i legs. Macleiitl rapped another at the Tabor j goal, but it passed by, Thc umpiro, j in mistake, raised hU hand, and it i was conni.fjd. Taber pro tested Hln; j and Maclrod anotiier hitt-r. Tilt1 lords the game uuAfl to be oviir. 1 the previous LetKbrldfle-Colemari protest had not diipoved of, having been referrtd by the Cole- man club to the A.A.H.A." President Long has Mnt the fol- to team "The protect is on the following grounde "The whole question of Grant's eligibility to play with the Leth- team reviewed by the league executive in Macleod on February 5 when all the in connection with thli player'were laid before the league official! in connection with the Blairmore protest. At that time the league executive upheld the president's ruling that the player was elleible in every way. There was not the least iota of evidence put forward that, in playing Grant, the Leth- bridge club was endeavoring to evade the spirit of the rules of league. Grant has been a perma- nent resident of Lethbridge since early last fall and It was public- ly stated in the press that he would be a member of the Leth- bridge team this year, If he could be induced to play, as early as lact November, before CoJeman v.as a member of the Crow's Nest Hockey League. Had this play- er come to Lethbridge late in the year or after the league had start- ed the case would be on a wholly different basis and Coleman would have some grounds for protest. The very fact that Grant refused to play until the league had been under way more than a month quite clearly establishes the fact ihat the Lethbridge club'did not seek to evade the rules by Im- porting a player. "Ai for the sacond count of the protect, this league Is autonomous in matters of internal jurisdic- tion. The A.A.H.A. lays down the general rules of the game and governs championship playoffs but is not a court of appeal over the rulings of the league execu- tive on strictly league business. Were such a procedure as Cole- man desires to be allowed it would be in, order ta go a step further and carry the protest to the C.A.H.A., and then we would be treated to the spectacle of hoc- key games being finally decided about next July In the C.A.H.A. committee room which though it might suit those of argumenta- tive nature, would -not appeal to the supporting fans.'' 'A'.F RIFLE SHOTS seccndst for the 300 yarxls, tiio McGill doing the ia 2 minutes 23 2-u Becoud and Wells g 'ins it in Varsity, with Ills plunge of 63 feet S inches beat thc j inter-collegiate record nl .'.S feet and tno Canadian recort of -UU feet six' inches. Voraot also lr.'0'.i i tile (or the fifty-yard ajo-jil and 100-yard distances. For Next Prize HOCKEY RESULTS CANADIENS 8, OTTAWAS 1 -MONTREAL, Feb. a game Hut lacked interest after the first period, the triumphed over Ottawa in ;i. scheduled National Hockej- League fixture at Mouut Royal arena Saturday night, winning by a! score of S to 1. Nerer at any stage of tlie play was there any doubt us to the outcome. Canudiena forced this pace and by carrying the play to tho Senators in the opening few minutes played them into submission aust scored an easy victory. ST. PATS 5, HAMILTON 4' TORONTO, Feb. Patricks by defeating Hamilton to four, ln.-re Saturday night, retained tho lead in the National Hockey League. The locals did not play thoir best hockey but showed brilliantly when- tho visi- tors were .beginning to be close .cpji- tendors for the verdict. hundred and seventy-flvt dollars for this week't football tontett. That It the Truuniflcen' ncord the Herald's contest has established. Go to It football fans and get In on the big Last week big jump was made when the money want up to This the fans have added another fifty dollars. How much will there be next wcsk? More entries more money 1% the way this contest works. Every twen- ty-five cent entry that comes in boosts the prize money so foot- ball fans go to it and bring next week's money up For several weeks the Mntest has been going ahead with leaps and bounds. Ever since It start- ed it has had a healthy growth but lately it has with great approval in the south now'the sky is the goal.' Let eytry fan come in and then see how far It wilj go. The iirst prize this week Is a round hundred, just tour times the whole prize money when tlie contest ataiv eii. Grand Aggregate In Winnipeg Goes To Fort William Special Game. Called After Tie Was Made With Win- nipeg Rink AVINXIPEG. Mar- Donald, of Fort William, won the grand aggregate in the Manitoba curl- ing 'spiel, and governor-general's cup which accompanies that dlstinr- tion, when this morning he and his rink defeated Sutherland oE the Winnipeg Granites in a special play- off. Last night MacDouald and Suther- land tied for the grand aggregate with eleven.wins and two losses end; and 'A special game was uecesaury l.ft curling games iu the local contest, the championship. The final thc rink here resulted m a victory same was very cloaely contested And or Jieck over McLaren from Liphardt Rink Establishes Un- ique Feature By Manner of Wins (Special tc The HorukI) FBRNIE. Feb. night's DEFEAT OXFORD BY 200 I Irvine, and Winters over Wallace, in the la Juuional held. Thc i Ueai trinket's Uy -1-1 Score Great Game on Sat- urday The recent ti'-ule by which the Cin- cinnati club ported with Errk Neale means a chance for Charlie Sec to reguliirfy. In other words, the crowds which never saw See very I ''ink. often, will now sec See: See saw the I Kfitnc crowd from the bench last year, but j su'lPs this year we'll see See sen the crowds ''inn II from the vantage ground of right pniHi- field! t I Tin- j Nothing mysterious about the earth-! I'tisJi i 'quake shocks they have been feeling '''is I at Philadelphia. Only nature Drying to wake up the lawn. n proved to could back up t they (iefeated lit 1 Saturday ;if- fixture, at the roiii-Tli ;ind -a- iiiiiKh wltli both plenty of Hie rough rer-.dy tho guniii It A VEX. Conn., Feb. rfflu touni ilufeutRct Oxford Unl- lasst night in th'j lirijt inter- iiuer-i'ollegiate cvat- score was points TO I Klfc'ht. Oxford gunners shot at their jtfirjjets nt England, nnd jit'lite, total points seortd by thorn known in a cablegram receivc'd I here before YaJe team started Yale used bolt rii'lftK mid tho uacd Leo I-.'iiIicld j tho Grand Challenge competition, and I.awo defoatod Black; dofeatnd McDonald; Prantlce defeated Garbutt, and Liphardt defeated Parkor in the Fernie Club Tropby competition. In thc Burns' Cup competition, Ilerchmer won from Parker; Kaslnor from Corrle, and Douglaa irora Guy Johnson. A unique feature of these games was the fact that the Liphardt riuk Ht-f the end. d' the scoro was won five gtmea by a mar- gin or one tally, made by the last rock thrown by the winning rink. K-Miir by thn jiniriiint of Ixink .ind M.; i is .siuil, atl'l fur Mi .lutiiiii'l only just b'j- peraons wccc recently ppinach. Much i dcinonstr.ited by ChnriiR Hufliies, and nincnf citizens. CURLING Lethbridge Heralds for sale in Calgary at fjo-'ton Hat! Works and News at Bolter Bros.'in Medicine Hat.' Mrs. t away to a wbi Benistcr made a H; and snored. After J'i buys got down tu 1 I In] evened tlie 'Moving several fruitless ii'aniff Oeo. Copc. put .si: brotlior opened wUh tho t'UHainy; bard and iitirig goal. Tbe rd for UK- last ten to do for n. mfnulo 10 the Wholcgalors wurti pross- the bell soul; uafdlaw Oniwford, con- l Wahvorli wings; t'cipo, goal; McLean j dotniice; McLood, con- Rohinson, wings; anil Allely, subs. .ion handled the boil. tho L. P. S. Ruihvay, predicts event- electrification of all Canadian rail- roads. which II MONTREAL TORONTO WINNIPEG VANCOUVER TOOKE BROS. LTD Id the final of the Robinson com petition Whyte of Dulutb beat Lu- batt, Minneapolis 13 to iu, tho gurno going an uxtra end. Tn the Hudson's Say final Woods. Granites, beat Morton, Gladstone, i) to 8. Tho score by ends Iu the grand'ag- gregate final was MacDonald ...030 111 000 201 Sutherland ...2011 000 221 020 In the Hobinson cup. a 12-eurt guino with an extra end played to break the tie. the score was Why to......010 000 112 Labatt.......3y3 110 000 101 Henry Williams, aged 13, son of Ed- ward Williams, farmer, near Welling- ton, Ont. was drowned while skating. PHONE HI 410 FiFTH 8TREBT BAND AT RINK TONIGHT Skating 8.00 to 10.30. Admission 2Sc and 3uc. TUESDAY NIGHT BLAIRMORE vt. LETHBRIDGE First Championship Phone ;