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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE MtTimnitXiE DAILY HEHALD MONDAY. FEBRUARY 23, 1920 BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus FA.THEK KiCKE.OA.lO' OUT Cf THE WHEN HE claimed New Vorls schools are so short of teachers that children are homo each, wwk. OTTAUTOUYERY Special Ben ice ou Cc-uctry 1210 PhenM WORJLD OF CANADIAN RECORD BROKEN N RECOF lYGEIlOuElRAND ERECI FINE Veil. Canadian record was broken nad another was equalled in the opening events ot a iwo-dav Dominion championship water gals at tto Cornish Baths last even- ing Hazel Keaslor. of" tbe VIctorli Ladies' Swimming Club, provided the sensation ot too night by clipping I one-fifth ol a second oft tho Canadian I 60-yard record (or ladles, by covering i tho course In 82 seconds in swlmoft (or first place, with Helen Fitzslm- mons of Montreal, former holder ol the record. George Verooii. ot Montreal, tied hiybwH Canadian mark of 25 4-5 sec- i onds for iho men's 50-yard swim. Four Dominion, five provincial and three local titles aro nt slate In the gala. Vets Play Varsity Friday For Alta. Championship; Plan Suggested At Curlers' Smoker and Met With Gen- eral Approval iSpecii! Correspondence.) TA1SER, Feb. there, all ye l.cthbridge, and Pass curlers and other bonspielers, whatsoever, the time is a: hand when Tnbcr will nave u big bonsplel all Its own, and a prop- er skating riak Lo boot, it plans at .present being maieriaUio during the 'coming summer.' "Why should thara be only one point on the Crow for a bouspicl, and no place for comeback. Waj-, indeed, and more tho merrier. The Curling Ciub licid o smoker is rthe board room of the rink on Wed- iiosdr.y eraiing, said smoker being supposed to be a fond farewell to a most successful curling season, but they reckoned without old man Foster, and the ghost has walked again. In tho middle of the blizzard "of yester- day! a prominent curler was heard to If there would be ice that night, and tonight another was seen walking up and down a local restarir- aut wondering If ho should 'call tUe rink, and IT phone message hade him ho on dock at 9 o'clock without fail. So -there you are, they're at it again. Nobody at home tonight. The smoker was attended by about thirty members. If they all came in at once, they would.need to match as number of chests wero stuck out, the opposition died, and so to sum up, the president was empower- ed, If, iu the summer the indications! were favorabio lor the erection of, such a building, to appoint a commit- j lee, at that time, to the feasi- bility of such' an enterprise, to the Club so as to get the proposed build- ing up by neat winter. None of the hockey team were present to present their side of tho qkettion. j j The.President then proceeded with the distribution of the trophies won In the local bonspiel, each skip reply- ing in a icw well-chosen wonls. Jack Ross naving two trophies to his cred- it, and J.J.Hourigan, and H. P. Mtinro, one apiece. Bob Peterson was not present, however, to receive the re- ward bestowed on his redoubtables, inu- Cecil Manon received the con- solaiion prize. 'The remainder of the evening was spent iu- recitation and story.- and at a late hour the meeting adjourned lo look forward to another season. 'How weak are our good resolutions. Tho Ice is as good; as ever, and at time of writing the Tabor curlers are fast making up for lost time. One loii yd remains to be played out, and C the Ice remains good for a few days onger, there will be another prize lo present, -and the farewell smoker, forcsald will requlro to be held nil over again. Browning vs Let h bridge Wed. Night Local Hoop Gang All Ready Word cornts from the north that Lethbrldgc and Varsity will not meet in Calgary in the Allan Cup play-off for this province to- night as expected, but on Friday night next. Which up.the qusttlcn of financed- Championship teams- and open air rinkt are a poor combination for the champ- ions, and without money In either, th'e hockey league or L. A. A. A. treasuries the'boys are wondering how they're'uoing to make the trip.. .The Lethbrldge champs art playing under Vete'rans colors and will nuke the trip as the Lethbrldge Veji. Who it cjalng 'to them coverthe expenses of the trip. It It good advertising for Lethbrldge as a live sport town to get a hgcVcy team into the provincial finals. Here's a chance for some kind-hearted sport boos- ters to get busy. A couple of hun- dred will cover the expense of the Calgary trip. Who will put It up? A little subscription list should be opened and the money secured In half a day. Who speaks first? .SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Phone 1855, Office 401 3rd S, Lethbrldflc, Ride' In Mclaughlin Specter, It costs no mote. For Cardston No Special Train i G real Tealns Eliminated. The people ot Cardston and people! rom outside points 'aro all going to j ee. Browning and Lelhbrldge clash! n what is expected to be the fastest j game of basketball ever witnessed) on the Temple City" Bym. Boor. A: That great Interest is laken in wire has been received that every I Southern Alberta itr tho doings of the seat In the house was sold two days' big soccer leagues, of .the old, iand Is agoi The LothbrWge boys have douo' proved by the Herald's best to "gel a'special train, but'Football Cup'Competition jusl closed. hey could only gel about two-thirds Al.though run' ou a snirOl scale, the re- o go of what waa required. are gratifying.and prove that a >naymond Is playing Browning to-ifcdtbaJl competition'In these columns night, trying a come-back, that's would be a popular departure. all. When almost 150 -entries arc Steed is going to hsvc his men in I ed for a competition which will not be he best of trim. They are having a j decided for two ragpths, and the loca- rest until the big game'aud then when i tlon of which is over 5000 miles away, hey see that ball there will he nolh-[ it Is sufficient evldjnce. that the. game stop them. far from tsing in "a 'decline, 13 'active The Browning boys are surely fastjand strong, and bodes well for the ind aro well up in the game, but the I success of the game1 in thlsr district. _. Lethbridge team under Steed's coach- ing is going to make them step. BLAIRMORE GOLF CLUB IS ORGANIZED o Alberta Chinooks Now Fourt in This Paul Man Leads Singles WTNXJPEQ, Feb. St. Fran- cis Hotel teair. from'SL Paul, jumped into first place In the live-man team by rolling 2.540 Saturday. The MIn- eralltes of Chicago, are now in second place; Milwaukee On Friday tho 13th, a public meet- ing was held in the Town hall to de- bate the advisability of starting Golf Club iu the town of Blatrmore. After some discussion it was decid- ed ty have ?i club to lie kuowli "The itlairmore Golf Club." and to at fillale with the Alberta Golf Associa- tion, and the following officers were elected Gentlemen Honorary President, J. Cliarbonnlcr; President, ft. Green; Vlce-presldenl, H. 0. Foot; Secretary treasurer. J. It. Smith; Captain. J. M, Wilson; Committee, A. H. Granger, J. H. Farmer and (i. A. Passmore, Greeti Hungers, L. P. Kohert nnd K. G. -Foot. For tlie ladieH-rCapUin. Mrs. .1. II. be announced. The prize money will be Increased as was promised when' the competition was opened. As a result of the third round played on Saturday, eight cf the teams were eliminated. Every game was finished arid for a wonder thorc were no