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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta rAflF, SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, HCmU'AHY '22, "BRINGING UP By TELL HER-I SEND ME LWE JUST tHc oAriE The Sport Page louse would have to accept Uio assurance- tint the I tinned- le nee 3 technical education tHild not bo iguwil. Mr. Ho.vtfcy contcmlid lhat there was 111 provision tur lulling tare ol any returned men exi'Ci'Uug cas- ualties. U soli) (rs escaped In France they tliould not be lujuwi otter coming home. Ho agreed thai the greater obligation rested upon Lwth govcrnm lats. M. Davidson, Xorlb Calgary, felt I hut the aeutlweuts voiced before house showed there was unity in the opinion that (cchuical education was essential and muel be advanced by iho povernnipnt. It was vastly jssenlial that such Im- portant work should be broadly anl permanently bid. However, hud rears tnal between the modern uni- versity and progressive litgh schools, n technical Institution might bo sub- jected 10 severe pressure, it might result in an alarm iug condition to rush into a scheme without a careful stu'ly ol tbe whole field of tccbnlca' edUCattOU. A plea fur retraining facilities belufi provllpil non-casualties among return- ed IUHI was marts by Capt. Campbell, Ilocky Mountain. It appeared that vo- cational training offered the best med- ium for helping ex-soldlera Into civil- ian affairs ajjiin wherq working com- petition could be successful. Camouflage Urges Early Organization South Towns Man Boasts Sport Association Organize Athletic Association With Capt. Porter President Blue and White Lethbridge's efforts to boost outdoor eport this coming season attracting attention in tha smaller towns in the south- Magreth is rolng to pot on a carnival to eauip.a eym. Cardstoo going-in for sport stronger tlian erer. The following letter from C. B. Chees- vl tha .Cardston ball team- last Trill show irtiat they are doing Feo. 1 hare followed ?with consfderable in- terest jwrr orsapiiation ot a Central Athjetie body to embrace all braEChea Lethbridge and community ,and sincerely1 hope that yonr honest efforts along'that line sfealt not be ha rain. I am inter- ested more'or Ifiss in almost erery of Epbrt mrseH, and have.of-1 tea wondered by the diiferent branch- 63 were not conducted under the one head. irill soon 6e Into the spring sea- Kin with tie jdrent of epring comes baseball, lacrosse. Sootnall and the rest I am mostly interested in baseball. We laTe i pretty fair bwe- iall team here, and I woaW lite to some sort ot a league formed, an amateur league, coosrattoff of Letb- bridge, Raymond, 'Magrath Card Eton, and any other of the couth towns Thkh ire not Eitoated too Jar away. If we contemplates anything of the for the coming season, now is toe time to get at it, and not wait till the season is half over. I dropped in to see you one day last week, about -this, bat you were obt I didn't get time to see you later. But hoping.to see you try and get the above scheme'working, 1 am u always, C. B. Leave it to the are cut to boost anything for the 900d of the boys and for the Bood of the "city. Last night thsy held a meeting to organize for for the season, with the re- that they decided to organize football, baseball and and put them in the city which may be formed. They are alw going to have some rinki in the lawn bowling tourna- ments. And they also ready to back up the gsntral proposition of a central sport organization. Their new organization will, be known at the Veterans' Athletic Association, wiith the following of- President, Capt. Geo. P. Porter; Wcrebry, Charlie West- Reber, Munro, Unningf' Devine, Smith The colors which the different teams will wear will be blue ana white. The acttan cf the msk-s two football teams whkh >avc already towed their hats In the ring. AL ROSS READY TO FIGHT IN CALGARY UNDER NEW COMMISH A Calgary exchange says! Sergt. A. Ross has accepted the challenge of the "Chicago Kid" Bishop and is willing to fight him under the auspices of the local boxing com- mission. Ross is anxious to get in touch with "Squib" Ross, as he is willing to take on all comers (or thi boxing commission. High School Also Wins By Big Here Monday Night Both Lethtridge teams were victor- ious at Taber last nishL The senior game vra? fast and furious from start to finish and there were many good combination plays on both sides. The first naif ended with a score ot IT lo 12 in favor of Lethbrilige. Will. Mur- ray did most of the shooting for the winners in this hall, ana for Tabcr. J. and 1. Harris dW the scoring. .The second half was ranch faster, and it looked several times as it Lethbridgo would lose out, bat Murrar, Spaceman and Young got started in combination work and scored several baskets, mat- ins it a sura gimc tor Lethoridsa. The garne ended with the score 30 lo 2o. High School Wins -The High-school had eTerythini; nearly their ctra way. shon-ing somej good comDination work ail tnrousn ihe' game. Waile Ridpath had bis tre on the basket and rung the bell quite monotonously. The final score was 42 to 10. It is worth rememhering that about 25 rooters went down from the High school to soe the game, showing that the right Kind ol class spirit is grow- ing in the school. Watch oat to- the It. S. in sport this season. Senior Line-up TADER Iran Harris, forward 5 J. Karris, forward 14 13. Pearson, centre- M. Johnson. M. Hay. guard............... 2 Total .....................-3 LETHBItlDOE W. Murray, forward 8 V. Spackman, forward 6 O. Yo-Jng, centre 12 C. Snow, guard 2 G. JIcKlllop, guard 'J -TRO-PAS HAS FT BEEN PROVEN? READ WHAT W. 0. BROWN, B.A., SAYS ABOUT IT. SAN-TRO-PAS comes Ihe nearest to the me made ot Itie oil acd Tine by tbc good Samaritan of anything that I bare seen. When 1 so on a jonrne- I don't eipect to fall among thlerei, I alMjs carrr a boi ol SAN-TtlO-PAS with I have seen It heal In two weeks wounds Uut have .the Doctors for months. If oatmeal h a bomehold ntcessily of the Scot potatoes of the son of Erin, then I ssy from a years' observation ot its In the work o! healing wounds that SAN-TRO PAS is a family necessity In every household of the land. (Signed) W. G. BROWN. (The Manse, Rfd DMr, Alberta, Dec.