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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHRRTDGE DAILY HERALD KHIOAY. fUUHl AHY BRINGING UP BytMcManus 7. w MiO -oTVi GUI A, 1_; j i v jP TO Kf_ ,'i_MI! 'VI tO J ALL ROADS LEAD TO THIS RESTAUR- ANT WHEN YOU START FOR SOME- THING TO EAT. SILVER GRILL Blairmore-Lethbridge Game Is Postponed Till Ice Secured And League Protected in Play-Do JYirmer Will Meet Okotok> Just As Soon as Weather Will Allow Lethbridge will Hot at more tonight. There is ni) ke ublo for a game, anil a. postponement has been arranged which u-ill not suit in this league defaulting chance to play down in HIP finals fovj.> the provincial cliaihpionship. That is the rt-jiilt of yesterday. At noon i! had been agreed letween the Blairmore and Leihbridge learns that, rather than let this league default on the piayilown. the liridge tenm wnuM sn to Blainnoro to- night as schedule.1 ami play HIP same no matter if nit1 was almost im- possible. However Secretary Earth of the A.A.H.A. was appealed to. and he Elated that, as the weather was soft IH the north also, which would hold up the play-down of other league winners, lie would be williuE that the same Le -postponed a reasonable tipie until an effort is made to play it oif LEAGOE A meeting is iH-ing called the -Moose Hall tonight a; s o'clock for the purpose ot organizing the carpetoall lea- gue. All competing loams ;r.v asked to have Rules and regulations v.'iil druwn np. and officers! elected, it quite possible an S-teatn league will he formed, to compels for the trophy put .up by It. A Wright, and no doubt tin- sanies will lie scheduled during the inuntii uf .March. Herald Bowlers Ten-Pin Champs For First Half I P. C. H. L. STANDING VANCOUVER. Feb. Pacific i coast hockey standings follow: AVon Lost Vancouver Ill S Seattle 10 Victoria 7 li Pet. .600 .320 I .368 j Won By Narrow Margin'of 11 i Fins, Comma: From Behind To Do It FINAL GAMES. ALLAN j The Herald five man team are champions of the first half of the ten-1 j pin league. Last night, with both i teams rolling below their usual form A __ [they succeeded in taking the i I game from the Giants and are entitled An ml. says that "chickens in yourjto enter the finals at tlie end of the I yard will cut the high cost of'seronil half of the schedule, limns." Yes-for the industrious The first game was won by a mar-1 prowler who removes them during Om pins, the Herald team coming I i the darksome hours. from behind in the last two frames and nosing the Giants out. The sec- i How to grow a full beard: Wait just game went tn Giants by S7 behind a woman when she is buying and the MrA io tlll, by seats for trie matinee. Locals 43-28 in Senior Game and 33-18 in Junior Contest FERNIE LADIES JN HOCKEY BATTLE; BANK TEAMS HOLD GAME i Specia to the Crow League schedule, and that j game i i The Herald i. Feb. Interesting of hockev was playeii last night nVwouYd'seTtna't' the" league would I between team from the Bank ui not be forced to default in .he tlnals-. I Commerce and one made np Ire Th ___ ___ pi hopei that the weather will turn cold- tot be forced to default in the tinalf. :his was highly satisfactory all round.! staffs 01 nd the plan will lie followed. H is I of the Home and Imperial FASHIONS FOR MEN .Revolver puckr-is are made without flap or buttons, for emergency use. Kill; huts have emi-8Tials for the provincial hockey i chinnnionship by Nacffliue -Misa Dragon here tonight 'A to 2 and 7 to 4 on the [Miss FelMVicK- round as they also won the tir-t game 15. O. .Mackn thai waa played at Thinnheller. Taynton ly where c T1'e stood for the shim pi-riuil .Cultnn, each scored McGILL WINS Dtfigon or til-' was Miaiifl for soc.j'.i-'! period MONTREAL, t'eb. Last night Fenwick and Vlr.iton aililnii 3 scot- In the llrst match oi' i-iie provincial i each to the Commerce Column. In the elimination series for the Alien cup. jtliird K. I.. Colton scored twice for "McGill, champion of the Montreal city I the Commerce and K. Colton put Ibe hockey league, defeated Latuqne. the puck in tbe net three lor tbe champions of the St. Maurice Valley; Home-imperial combination. Hockey League by C to -I. J Jtusscll Colton. referee. sound of: deviltry And yoiitli and beauty gathered dense- j Tiie sound of jazz rose high upon ihe; air Oh. young I.'.icliinvar has conta out of i ihe a bundle of nil stock pinned' tight in hi.s And, save his jawbone, ii-j wea- i lion had For his nerve was sufficient to down the moil! drag'I''ine Step Forward in Athletics Curlers About Through THIS WEEK Pint Prize Second Prize Third Prize GOVERNING THE COMPE. TITION ABE AS FOLLOWS: 1. The competition will The Football Compeliuon. Competitors will Be ciHiil-'i .1 -a many entries is they desire, [MDUUOU each entry Is bi iwent.. five and coupons to ine num- ber of entries. 3 Competitors must cro-is tut i names of clubs they llilnL lose and cross out ttic names .it yolu if they conr-ider a draw rc.n'lt. 4 Coupouc fan only IIP uom the Eportinff f'age of. The Hern Id. 5. All monies i-ccelved will M re- turned in The ani.n'inf numbers of prizes will be eoeiy Monti-iv morning fur that weeK c.ime-1. HesilHs of competitions "ill bit publlpttecl ovurv Wednrsday nnd ciiequea to l'jrce53fn) competitors will he mail-tl ImnndlitBly on r-fi-ipt ot rnqfirmation bv the i' In i-aFC Ihe nr Ihira prices are aniunr: nt-r- or more prize winn to rr; -rt or none r. 7 Ail nnt.vlf.ti id ud! be llMnred to Tho Herald 1 on A Friday ii inark from points outfaia'" cf will containing fl pritry. S Tiio nr.'l nf rompetitof naust be clearly markr ot he Sumoti must mer.t for entries 10. AH entries must tin addressed the Editor, FootbAll Competition, Tno 31 ENTRY FORM Games Played Feb. 26th, 1921 FIRST DIVISION Tottenham vs West Brom. A. Sheffield vs Derby County. Preston vs Arsenal. Oldhatn vs Manchester City. Aston Villa vs Bradford City. SECOND DIVISION Rai'nr.loy vs Fulham. Bristol C. vs West Ham. South Shields vs Notts County. Port Vale vs Blackpool Clapton 0. vs Leeds Un. THIRD DIVISION Watford vr, Bristol R. Swindon vs Norwich. Southencl vs Southampton. Portsmouth vs Brentford. Plymouth vs Swansea. SCOTTISH LEAGUE St. Mirrrn vs Queen's Park Olitc. Partick vs Hearts V3 THrd VG firj.il 'L'lis rfporUnsr Editor's finil. of from The Raymond basketljall teams, winners of the Southern Alberta Bas- ketball championship, trimmed tho LVhbridge quints, runners up in the league in two eihibition. games at the "Y" last night. It was a hard luck game for the locals: they played good combination but fell down badly on their shooting, while their visitors im- proved as the game progressed. For the first ten minutes there no score, then Fairbanks got on the shooting end of a combination play 3rd Tot. and opened tho pot. The Raymond 517 boys got live before Snow uncovered lln 4111 tho local basket with a long shot. 490 i young, Cope and Snow were check- 110 44S ing fools and they cut down the Sugar .179 494 town offensive in great style, but Rid- path and Green could not find the Sli' I hoop. At half time the score stood in favor of Raymond but tlie 2nd :ini 'crowd.thought that the locals would Igy soon close up the gap when play was 4C7 resumed. 43.) For the greater part of the last Half it was a case of too much Fisher, drum and'Fairbanks. These big boys ___________ were not to be denied and their shoot- ing was pretty to see. In the flpal five minutes the homesters made a j desperate attempt to overcome tho lead the visitors had piled up. Oeo. Young counted ten points while Rid- i path and Green got four apieca. i For the visitors every man was in his element. Tho forwards were shooting to count while the guards, Walker aud Stevens were always In the way of the home brews. Geo. Young was high score for the local quint, getting ten points in tiie aec- Schoo! i oud half. Art Green and Ridpath i I worked hard on the forward line hut had hard iuck around the basket. i Snow and Cope worked like demons but the big fellows were too much. The line-up and'score LETHBKIIXJE Foul Basket Total BRANDON'. Feb. President Sterling of the C. A. H. A. has ad- vised local hockey officials that the final games for the Allan cup will he m ji. t i plaved in Winnipeg. ancotlver Fang Getting; Into the I A telegram also has been -received Towns Are from w- B- Xorthey, Allan cup trus- 1 tee, to the effect that the executive i will decide where the Allau cup games j will bo played. In view of President Sterling's or- der great local interest has been aroused over the situation. Coming Strong Tiie Herald Football Competition is sura going the top again this week. Entries are coating in faster than erer and a- jump to is looked for. Among those already re- ceived from outiido points are many from Vancouver, Nelson, Calgary, the Ferule girls kept the puck at the Calgary end most of the tiuie- ami hud the ice permitted of any kiud of cer- Edmonton, while almost evory town taiu shooting the score; might have ,011 the lines running out of Lethbridge been very different, as both teams is represented. j played 'Under most difficult conditions The fans in the Pas? are evidently as to ice. Between periods scrapers appreciating the Herald's enterprise in getting the results bulletined in the Pass towns on Saturday nights, as the number already of. entries re- ceived to date is greater than the usual total (or the week. The Herald has found it necessary to have a larger box installed for the many entries that are coming in, and if you choose to fill this one, we shall be more than pleased, and it will pro- Tide a big booflt in the prize _money. To accommodate those who mafco out their coupons on Friday night, the boi will not be finally cleared until 9 o'clock Saturday morning. Any arriving after that hour will, of course be left out in the cold. Ftb. Mh Retulta Confirmed The Athletic N'ews containing con-. firmation of telegraphic results of games played February 5th, is now to hand, and cheeVs to the lucky win- ners in tlie Herald football Competi- tion of that date, and appearing in the Herald of Feb. 9th, will be mail- ed today. were used to clear the ice, of water, und shootiug under such conditions was only a haphazard undertaking. The line-up Calgary Fernie Clarin ____ Coal ....Miss Boss Mias Browulee D Miss Dicken Mrs. Ure l-> -Miss Henderson Miss Cehagle Miss .McLalcliie It Minnie C Miss Robinson Miss Short ____ L.W. .Miss Hammel Miss Dragon ____ Miss Biggs ..Miss Fenwick No application will be made this session to the Manitoba legisluturt: for a charter in connection with the formation, Qt tlie wheat pool associa- tion Smoke E Virginia haf, Ueitded ky fxptrtt Soinctime.-; inisrortnnes cunie dunij-. li1. .Man with a Husk in his rear poc-; sat heavily thereon: pieces of' broken slass cut him to the bone, ami I (from Our own Correspondent) i the loss of. the good liiiuor cut him to I COLEJIAX, Feb. I .the soul. jure being made for a Crow's PassjVoung, c I School League that, will embrace base- f...... i If all the energy so far wasted hylbail and ba.skethall. Ridpatb, t i people in futile attempts to "make Mr. Fred Anthrobus of Colnman Snow, g...... j their own'1 could lie concentrated, it public school is interesting himself in Cope, g...... I would dig three watorways the sii'e the matter, and I understand har; cor- ot' the Panama canal, or erect thai J responded with 'tiiairmore, 'Ueilevue. I Cope.) proposed communicating station he-! Hillcre.-t and Pas.sijurg. n tween here and '.Mars! i Already aro arranged for in; Total 'grades six. ieven. eight and two or! Clark Griffith surely tried hard to) three in tin.' High School. This is a. introduce a ilocK of rules that would j step in the direction. The punils I Fisher, c hciii 'he did you notice i deserve encouragement In their rcere- Meldrum. f (hat none of flrift's new ideus would, lations. After our experiment with Fairbanks, f by any possibility, hamper Walter j community basketball teams we feel g Johnson'.' convinced that ihis is the next step Stevens, g ;and will re.-ult in ;TOIIIG good, THE YAQUI (jug material for these games being I lie is no Greaser, and no he knows j Ktart their games (inly contempt fur all his mongrel SOOI, J-IQW jthat will not lit; lung from present flalili-. I indications. Calgary Won But Margin Was Very Ice Was Poor KAYMOND Toul Baakot 0 0 u ti (Special to The Herald) PERNIE, Feb. uight the curlers got as far as the finals in all competitions, these to be played when the ice permits, which, considering the habit of tho mercury in the tube hovering around the 50 mark, may bo j Total some time In the future. 15 Winter's rink will play off against j 13 II. J. Johnson in the Grand Challenge. 14 and Preutice are pitted 'against each other in the Fernie Club '0 fees. liis hatred is it Anil all the factions are i same. Villa's marauders dare, not I CaiTanza's troopers shun his raiding ijrim, red Incian of dark, devious The JfcCillivi.iy cup. the big event ...f tiie ui UTS. has beeu won by the j is lna j Another local hnnspiel was to have Total Take Second Game Too The Raymond second teum also car- vied off tiie bacon. They defeated the locals The first half of this had fray was all the visitors. They i'- over the locals like a tent. stm'' man. apparently couldn't bo stopped counting seven been riin off on aft< lint the w-atiier determined oth Th'; water is rmininK down- Hie street- and the ice is just hold- iu; own. Tiie curlers will b'ave to "hide Tho "point.-i" competition is ilevet- ;i i'iit( rest among the curlers. Xut iinlv is ihcrn a cup donated by W. L. Oiiiiiietic. imt a gold button is awarded to tin. successful competitor of each Sn far the successful nne-4 have IKVII H. Mclitn'iley and 'nioon I baskets for fourteen points this half. second half was much different. CHICAGO SKATER ISSUES CHALLENGE FOR WORLD SPEEDING TITLE contest and Douglas playa Black for the Burns cup. The consolation contest is on but. ito use an Irish expression, is also off. owing to the condition of the ice.. The ladies 01! the Regent liockey team of Calgary arrived in town this morning to play the Fernie girls the rsturn panic due from them. Owing to the soft condition of the ice the game was played under gccat difficul- ties, but a large crowd turntd out .to see the sport. It'was a hotly contested jrame from siart to finish, and while the Calgary however. The locals -getting some ladies have had tlie most experience, pep in their ploy. They kept about and taken as a team, were the heavier even this half lint Ihu load their op- of the two, the Fernie girls certainly poncnts gained at tlie start cinched [gave them all they wanted to attend the game. 'to throughout the game. For Raymond Webster and Bryer The score was 1-0 in favor of Cal- wore tlie "stars. On the local squad sary. The only score mad'.) during the Fawns and Geoghegan were the bright game went to the cralit of Miss liRiits of the forward line while Hill Short, who made her tally near the Nelson and Gordle Morrison on de-end of the middle period, fence lead their men a dog's life. I nod was referee and had Fawns, c...... Geoirhesan, f.. Holinan, I..... Morrison, g... .6 ''.Nelson, Webster, c Strong, f Dryer, f Jcnson, s Steveusou, g TORONTO. Feb. Toi'dnlo Gran- lprf have won tho Ontario curl- ing cup. They defeated Lethbridge Heralds for sale in Calgary at Boston Hat i'ks aad News Go.; at Bolter Bros, in Medicine Hat. nigiu son ice. shots in TllSB- I.AKK X V.. Feh. 21.- Arthur Staff of Chicago won tin! American pro- skating ehumpion- hisl week, has chal- lenged Oscar Mathieson of Nor- to ft for tin (ontcst next season ehauipionihip. Total.........IS Total 'Rosier (replaced Nelson.) NEW SWIMMING RECORD CHICAGO, Feb. A new world's record for the fid-yard backstroke swimming event for womeu waa es- tablished last night at the Central A. A. senior events at Great Lakes navnl training station when Misa Syb- il Bauer, of tho Illinoli A. C., flnlihed in 35 3-S seconds. The former mark nua seconds. little troublu witli his iailv 11 j though lie sent a few to tlie outside 2] of the, gate for three-minutu rests. both teams coming in for about an equal share of rest. The visitors were entertained by their Fernie hostesses at a. banquet at the Northern Hotel after the -game, aud senu.ino sporting spirit pervaded tho wbolo program from start to finish. When the Fernie girls went to Cal- sary to play Regents, they were defeated 8-0, but tonight their oppo- nents got away with u vary small margin to boast of und a few more gamer, with first class players will put the confidence in the home teim necemry to win from the beet ID the Und. Look for the Name "Willanl" on a battery identi- fies it it the product of th< pioneer in fUftiii( and batterin. It stands for the most im- portant battery the WiUard Threaded Rubber Battery. When you buy a .Willsrd Threaded Rubber only battery with Threaded Rubber buy freedom from old time separa- tor troubles, because the plates of (his battery are r.ot merely aeparated. trouble and expense. Ask about the Willard Threaded Rubber Battery and bow you can recognize it. SCARLETT SERVICE STATION 311 7TH ST. SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. PHONE 616. Willard Batteries PHONE III lbS firs' and period, 419 "Km. ;