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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBniDGE DAILV HERALD TUESDAY, FEBRUARY "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. Me Manus The Sport Page lAIOTffll ILWJUUW Question of Amaitnr Slanding Win Be Important At March 7th Meeting Some time ago irheu some of the enthnsiasts were urging the necessity for immediate action in fonnlcv the 'aesociatton it i! hoped, irill boost ssort ia Lctbtriikp! this nmnxr, ire them Siat there iraa thM yrt, to -wait tilt we had a. IrtUs wiater Mrst Well, winter came at last, twenty beknr leio in ttw, (o remind -M chert K sach son in Lethbrldse, and as a rssalt the curlers are hirine the good- time they have been to bare for week! past. Bat errtA 20 han't dunv- the ardor of tboee wko are working on the propoiat. HerS Skeftt's constitution cosmiiittee is workint a rnry Av port in Letlrbridge is concerned the AA.A1V has neyer done any- thing to promote It or to -try to ieep the boy's feet in the paths at ajOTtenriini. The whole ama- tmr qneetlon rs a ticklish one at preaeSrt time, and the A.A.A-A. neefe wxne considerable shaking op before H awxkes to its respon- sibilities towarl this Tince. It such'an organization is OK it to eH and Tale out of amateur spurt rather toaa giving then waie encourage- ment to contJutie along amateur IJnflc the is superceiled ly aome lira ttxij the betUr. The A a. JoVe BO far as any real Intareot tt has erer hM In Is concerned. All it hae erer tor iu hu to mlsdeedi while allowing amateurs and pro- fanionala to mil without Inter- ference In Calgajy and Edmonton M is the EituaUpt DOlr'ln the Cat- gary city This whole question of amateur standing Is one Trhlch the oew ielbbrldge c5ab ij going to hare threshed out early in tag game- The sport enthusiasts and (ha players In the city should ta tfilnfclcg about it before .March 7th so that a decision can be made at that ereslrtg M !o onr attitude. And at thai meeting we should liaye a representative of the fA.A. v A.A. pretent so that we may know the future attitude ot that body ttwards sport In this city. Old Country Football Scores LO.VTXW, Feb. sre the results of scheduled English lea- ;gue fotMbtll gasies, played Saturday, .on the grounds ol the first-named clubs. London Combination Arsenal 1, Queen's Park R. S, MOU-all Athletic 2. CrysUl FOce 4, Orient 1. Tottenham Hotspur 0, Fulbam 2. United 2, Brentford 1. Lancashire Section Blackpool 2. Stoctport County 0, Burntey 4, United 2. Bury 1, Lirerpcol 3. Erertoa 4, Bohon Wanderers 15. CURLING lAll fe now set for the Shield competition. The. date has been set lor Friday, February 2S. It is desired that all Intending to enter rinks in the competition band in their rinfcs and names of players to the sec- retary not later than Wednesday night. Juniors Win 31-11 and Senior Game Goes to Them 33-29 CHv 5, Blackburn ROT- 1. Oldrtam Burrfem Port 0. HoeSdale 1, Preston North End 2. Stoke 0, Southport Central 2. Midlind Section BrtdJord 1, Leeds Citjf 3. Orimsby Town 1. Birmingham 4. HoddersSeli. Town 1, Budford City 1. FMM 3, Hull City Lincoln City 2, Rotherbam County 0. NolU Eorest 2, Sheffield United 1. Sheffield Wednesday 2, Sotta Coun- ty r Barniley 5, Coventry 2. Scottish KefUltt GLASGOW, Feb. Tnera was a bis crowd out to sec the big game between Stirling and Leth- bridge toys last night The bis game was fast and furious and very ercking at ilmes. The first game between the Stirling Juniors and the -Lethbridge High School boys was a good game, It was also decided to hold a Colts' -pr impetition. Anyone'not on a Wright ICOSTlNUMj HIOM PAbbl com: _ Shield rink will be eligible to enter In j ibis competition. It Is hoped that lha younger players get together and make this competition a hummer. Last year Dr. Gibson won till petition, but after the game It was 'ound out lie had Doc. Gallivan look- ing after his Colts. Tuesday draws: i Gray vs. Livie. Marrs vs. Aird. Freeman vs. Skeith. Acl a the ct ,b. 1 purchaser, who might have been deceived by tbo fraud ol husband n asserting that he had uo wife. TO 1 POLICE vs. Marnoch. t'arberrr vs. Baalim. Winners of McLeod vs. Shepherd where a wife lived outside Ihe prov- nce it would be difficult to safeguard ier rights to the extent where a resi- dent .innocent purchaser would lose iis rights lu a transaction. Furthermore it was not advisable as to 'entail heavy but UIB SttUag boys had A little McNabh vs. Fox. football played Sattrr- on tie grounds of the first men- tioned clubs, resulted x follows: OIUc I, Thiirtle 1. Rattftn 1, ClrdehanlL 0. QDMH'> Fvk 4, Morton 2. SloUnnrell 1, Thin! Lanark 0. Ayr Onrted 4. Fllklrlc 0. KlbntrBpck 2, Hearts 2. 1, Clyde 0. 1, HlmiHoa Academical! St. Mlrrea 0, Airdrieoniaoi 0 'LONDON, the results ot Northern Union rugby Bramlsy 10, Leeds 0. Halifax JZ, Bradford 3. Hull 12, Waltefleld Trinity 6. St.'Helens Recreation 1. Warring- Ion Hull Kingston Rovers 7, Huaslet 3. Widnes 7, Leigh 5. weight, ahd as a result our High! school hois lost or a score of 31 to 1. The'first half was very rough, but our boys managed to hold their own. The second half -was much bet- er.' The Lethbridge boys got in more combination, and if they bad been better in shooting the boys would have had a different tale to tell. For Stir- ling, H. Christensen .did most ot the scoring, and his playing was worthy at praise. His brother, H. Christensen, also had a hand in Ihe scoring. The Lwo guards, Jieison and Garson, work- ed in many combination plays and managed to break up the High school combination work several times. The boys played a good com- the last half. GorcJoo Morrison and A. Green did the scaring (or Lethbridge, and they played a hard game. Glass, Wellington and Van Haarlem Checked their men well and broke up many of the Stirling boys' combination plays. The second game was a big surprise to many, 25 they thought that the big Stirling gianls -would have a walk- away, but Stirling was lucky lo come out ahead in the tad