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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SlX IHE [BRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, FliBRUAHY 25, 1920 BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus HE. HE COULDN'T IT HERE -Hlt> TOQ COL.D- I WANT TO MR. FROVT THE. ARCTIC r iTOPP.NC, THrb HOTEL I HI'j VIIULOE t TER.EW1NO TO HE This lusted to the Jiulsb and Ike re leree. Marloa, vailed time, with the score standing In Javor o( Knox J-t. Aa Knox Is anxious lo ptay the rub- ber, the odd gamo be played In Letlibridgo on Wednesday- of Ihli week. FORM INDUSTRIAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE TOHONTO. Feb. nxwilng attended by representative? of fitteeii industrial concerns. It was decided tu form an industrial soccer league in ibis city. Application Kill be made for affiliation with Uio Toronto au.l District Football Association. PROTECTING WILD GAME MONTREAL, Feb. ami fish of all kinds and wild birds, other than game birds, received better pro tectfoD during tho past year than over before iu the province of Que- bec, according to a statement made public last night at the annual meet- ng of the Quebec Association for the Protection of Fish and Game. BIG GAME WITH BROWNING CALLED OFF Word .was received Sa'.e lisi iiixbi thai BrovruiuK woulil be i-> iilay tue bridge basket baU team at tonight. Xo reason 't- was given. Tlio boys urc very appointed over not playing hut liicy hope dsat a ganio with v them may be arranged soou. GEI TBEI T mm. Four Big Promoters After Boul and Carpenlier Doesn't Much Care there has been iimch interest in their doings. The gaine between hvo plck- WI.VNIPKG. Feb. Selkirk cil teams of irrc-gulars, the Wanderers senior hockey team, runuers-up for, (one of uliom was to bo a local pleatl- tho Manitoba championship, left last'er, who si one time on the night (or the west, where they will I Montreal ami (he Odd- j play a series of exhibition hockey! fellows' lodge team, was prevented j games. Their first step will at by a lodge event, and the latter never I Kflmonlon. where will play two; Ehowed up. Joe Jutt was again or- gainer, and the next stop at ganlzer-lu-chlef. Only two of the other Ibey will also play two games.1 team showe-1 up, and a game was put iFrom Calgary the team will go to on between u picked up team and the j Vancouver, Seattle, Portland and Vic- Juniors following; the girls' hockey toria. They will only play one game in wlilch Mesdcincs Tollon, at the coast in each city. turn trip they will stop 01 and Mooso Jaw. The capitalization of iie-v oil com- panies floated in the United States latl year was eight billion dollars. OTT AUTO LIVERY Special Service on Country Trips Phones 787 Reiltfence 1210 "In the Days of Real Sporl" Doesn't Apply lo the Present, j Judging by Efforts of Lefhbridge People to Put Cham- i pionship Team in the the Hockey Team Go to Calgary or Not? IAAHIS, a be- ll tween Georges Carpeulier and Jack I j Dempsey for HID heavyweight' cham- pionship of the will go to what- i ever promoter succeeds iu signing i Ucmpaoy to a contract, is the gist o[ j ail interview with M. Uescanips, Car- Game of Season in Temple pentlcrt manage.-, which will pub- lished today by Sporting, a weekly publicallon dealing boxing. "I havo .given my signature to C. B. Cochraiie, o! Theodore Vienae, of Paris; William Foi, of N'er York, and Tes llickard, as I 3ha.ll giro to anyone who shall brine me sufficient guarantees, always, how- with Ihe proviFion that Demp- E Cify Goes to Home Baskefeers (Fronj Our Own future by the score or as-io. in i one of the best games of the season. sey's signature be 'Mr. Gochiuu'e a personal friend virtue of their win over the Uni- used to like red-blooded varsity o! Alborta hockey team, last Friday. Ihe Edmonton Sonthsidera an- nexed the championship ot Ihe Ciiy League at tho capital and qualified for tbe play-off with Lethbridgo for Ihe Alberta Hockey Association title. Tho Soulhslders will come to Calgary for this game neil Friday and Lothhridgo northerners. The winners of this contest will (hen be- drawn against the Towers, of Van- couver, in Iha first ot the Allen cup elimination series here on Saturday night, and tho victors will then pro- ceed Herald. Ey Ihe shove it will be seen that Lothbridge Veterans will not play the Varsity sestet as had been announced hut (ho Edmonton Southstders, who fast at the cud of tho season nstl copped the honors. The local seitet Is miking o! leav- ing for Calgary tonight, but their trip is as yet uncertain unless thby down into their own jeans and put up the eipenses. Tho way the fans ot Lcthbridge are supporting them might get them to Kipp if they walk- ed back. Al least, that Is BO Judging from the -rotten attendance at the carnival last night when an oppor- lunity was offered the public to etep up and help out the championship lonr. What'j the matter with Uilhbridgo Where the people who Have] ubKu 10 snorl: nave i_lr they all metamorphosed into Jazzle l.ldlac ...i------ Bloll 5 tomtunntlOU In no period of the contest was Hay.I of mine. That Is why I gave him the rnond dangerous, the locals keeping I preference after Carpenlier's match safe lead from iho beginning. At: with Ueckolt. But up !o date lie has re was 10-1. Card-'been unable to secure Dempsey's slg Addles and Picadiily Percivals whose hoight of ambition in the sport line! ,7 i ,1 -T Is in nmirh.nir.virt- al llie loca 3 wore 12 pomta Is to see Dustin Dougbanks kick out lhe skylights in the latest fillum, anil and slyle of play nature. Meanwhile, I havo received completely baffled (he visitors, and i a telegram from Jack Kearns, manager of Hempsoy, raying that Derapscy had up. Sloan was ihe pick of tbe High to (earn tho latest hooctiamakooch i school loafe, for he scored nu less than fCke> team and a haskctball (earn bolh of cleaned honors in part of the province in spite of absolute lack 'o: interest on the part ot the public, and there isn't left enough community spirit to get behind them when they have to go afield to advertise the old burg as a sport town. When Tabor Chefs won the provincial championship a few years ago, within an hour alter the decision was reached over in cold cash was raised to Bend them to Winnipeg on an Allan Cup hunt. If Lethbridge is going to continue such splendid support to hockey our odvlce to the L. A. A. A. is to tear baskets for a total of H noinU. he d not signed with anyone. He also ad- vised ine strongly to dual Tex _ Hickard and asked uie to go to the j Hockey Has Made Good Start There This Winter And Will Flonrigh'Next On the re-, C'.-irr. anil Leo Malo, were dressed In iff at lleglnai the latest Now York costumes. Ki- cent for this cue'game in which the Juniors put it all-over the older men. there has been nothing to test tlieir mettle. Iridlvidual phiy was of course carried on, but that was nil. So tho prospects were not all rosy, when with i the return of (he ice the Knox boys sent in a hurry call for Ihe second match. In the former matcli Stevo Garrick. Ihe star defense, was in town _ autl forthwith proceeded to keep up j his reputation. A few days later, pa indicated tho necessity of Steve's SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Phone 1856, Office 409- 3rd Ave. Lethbridgt, AJberta Ride In a McLaughUn Special, It Costs no Mioic. 'From Our OKU TABER, Feb. return ol winter to the plains of Sunny South- ern Alberta, after a few days absence, has been hailed with delight In somo quarters, notably by the curlers, but the skaters hero not yet recovered from iho effects of tho Chinook, and the absence of Roy Carlelon from Ibis vicinity has helped lo lassiludc along. Some time ago Roy's abilities as an auto mechanic and driver cans-_ ed an B.O.S. call to be put in from: of (heir Cabri, Sask., since wheu lie was pre- j things a presence a't the ranch, and without him the rear line was mighty groggy. Steve still slaycd and tho Juniors who wanted to go to tlio big city anyway, decided lo go wlu or loss. Rippon. i goalie, has only finished a two weeks' j seance with the so things were yet, and not much was to be i expected. However, thuy, did well j enough at and nobody is kick-t ing very much. Put Malo. with his should hovn been put on the' defence, instead of centre, ns Hodges; is a little light, and. Franken not much j heavier. Pat, however, desires to be paring for departure to the neighbor- forwards opened up! -uudlng the puck, tie i in the thick of the fifht mid so was placed between Tolton and Carr. Knox. too, was on ihe job, and one j fust bit. would Unit? and again, slip clown the I United States, where, he snid. Kesrns I nig province. Aniiety to see tbe finish jw. am[ tarry it right through the' were-awaitine mo. Car- of Ihe season held back, but the Taber defence, ami shoot successfully.' baskets eacu. This was the las'; (Mine! pentier and I wilt'tfcivo March jcliinook was coincident with