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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX Tim DAH.V UEUALD THURSDAY, FEBRUARY BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus i A USE CAME IN TO TEU.XOO BOOK OUTSIDE 1O 10U 1 1EAN BV l.eTTlN'HER.1 imo HER lr< 1__T on: CO'NC, -VO MEET iOCH A -fOONI AND HANOtiOMt MWt TO TAIX A6OOY PRINCETON, Jf.J., Feb. Can. adlau who wado athletic biEtory 1 here Monday la the pertou pt Georga jColdie. Princeton'! iirst physical dU rec'.or. life was torn In Montreal 78 i years and was .widely iu l-L'anadian athletic circles, bttTloe held Iho live and three year all-around championship titles of the Caledonia Club of Canada, as well as of the Uu- Hed States from 1S59 to 1855. Goldio nt one time was Ilia j holder of world records In the stand- J In; broad jump tlio standing hiRh j Jumii. Ho is said lo have Inaugurated ibo use- of tho pole In jumping for height and was Known as the "father the polo vault." WORLD OF Boys Arc in Condition Should Beaf Northerners Some Good Sports Here Dig Up Part of Neces- sary Expenses LettibcTdqe hockey champs Teave tonight for Calgary. Some money Is being gathered together this morning by some of the good sports of the city to help pay the expenses and the boys will foot the rest of the bill them- selves. They are going to have a crack at that provincial champ- ionship If It takes a leg, and they have an Idea they are going to win. Here's the line-up for the big event: Goal ...............Sutherland Point Marton Cover................ Boucher Centre........... Ted Turcotte flight Wing Kllly Henderson Left Wing Cyclone Reber McGWs and Fred Henderson. The boys are out to win the championship of Alberta despite the lack of support here, and' here's hoping they turn ths trick. It 'would be retribution for the "fans" who haven't supported them thlo sort of "we killed the bear" stunt. That the Edmonton Southsidera are not invincible is shown by the fact that Lacombe beat them the other night. The lived In Lacombe for two months when hockey there was at Its height and knows a number of players appearing on Capt. Garland's Here They Are-The Basketeer Champs- Lethbridge Should Be Proud Of Them line-up. They are nifty boys but man for man Lethbrldg? champs are better It they are in condit- j Ion for an hour's grilling on a big iheet of ice. That will tell the tale. The Edmonton Journal of the Lacombe game: The South Side champion team of Edmonton defected OD Saturday night hy Lacombe by a score of. S to 4. The success of the Lacombo hoys was due to Ihe splendid stick handling' and the excellent combination playcil throughout. Tho teams llueii up as: I foiknva: I JSoulhSWe Position Lacombe j Morris goal Speers McKtnnon defence Uannor O'Urlen defence..... Garland Trimble centre Banner j McDonaugh rover..........Jlitz; Dowen......left wing...... Parker McLood right wlug -----Calkins Tho South Sides of Edmonton won the right to -play here Friday nigh! when thoy defeated Varslly 2 to 1 In overtime play. I The Kdmonton team will line-up .is'follows: Goal. Camp-' boll; defense, McKiunon aud O'Brien; centre. 'McDonougH; right Bowen: loft sing; subs, Jack- Ron and Tfdsbury. i OET THIS YE HOCKEY FANS! In a final gamo At P.eglna on Tuesday night between Re- -einn and Moose Jaw for tho championship of the Outlaw League of Saskatchewan tho receipts of the game wero Moose Jaw won, 2-1. TOBACCO SERIES No. XIV A market fn LoulrHIle, Km lucky, whtn Inf tobncco Is by Innwcted Mtnplet. MACDONALDS I mokindand Chewing X The Chatham City Council defeat- ed a proposal to keep tho restaur- ants open two In the morning. OH AUTO LIVERY Special Sen-Ice ou Country Trips Averaged 190 Pins For the 15 j Conies j Second in Sipgles two Moore boys ot Baro were in the city yesterday, on. Ai way homo from the Winnipeg bowllni; i tournament, and to say that they ari! pleased with Nlhe slioiviifg nuide the Albertn (cam at Hie Peg Is put-; ting it mildly. Thty point lo the fad i that tho five nieii rcpresenthiB this! province totalled more pins than any! other team et the tourney, not ex-i cepting the Chicago. MMwitulieo and St. Paul ttaniF. who nr2 supposed to ho all-star nggroaations. Their grand total was 8575. insido up as follra-s 5-man event 2S1S, doubles 2S73 anil singles 2734, for an nveragc of n; small fraction over ISO lor tlic fifteen j games. 'The Chicago tram ranio j second with S-IGS, while the Jlilwau-' kce tean'i flnislu-J third v.-ith -842-i. The St. Paul team which won the 5- man event hod a good chance to come rut on top, hut they made a poor shoving in The doubles an-', slnsles. Another interesting hit o.' news to local howlers is the fact Diclsson, who worked in the land office hero a couple of years ago. go! second money in the tingles, with 210, 193 and 234 for a total of C37.1 Following are the of thej Alberts U-am in the llirec different j Brown Moore .1. Moore Patrick Slmoiitou Five-Man Event 131 JVM Simonlon and Pa'tlick Harnard and Brown .1. Moarc and... Vi'. Moore Simonton Patrick J. Mooro Brown W. Moore ill 213 DouMes 21-1 224 1'Sfl :SS 1S4 177 191! .227 I SCI iK) Singles 21-1 162 IGH m 212 The leum finished In 4th i place in the five-man event; Simon- Icn and Patrick carne out on top iu j Ihe doubles, with }iarnarcl and Drown in third place, ur.cl the Morjre buys with 1128 finished 20lh on Uie lis'.. j The learn did not cot in on tlis money; j in the singles, hut made :i credilable ehowfnK at lhal. 154 151 ISO 172 159 207 i SI 'X-0 5S1J afi.] I SCO fi22 Lethbridge's Championship Bav kttball team of Standing left to Kane, guard, who noes on a scoring ram. page occasionally; Merlin Steed, coach, he can train hoop champs as well as he can raise prize winning Shorthorns, and that's going some: Fulton Bon- nell, guard, Is a home pro- duct to be mighty proud of. Sit- ting, from left to Young, both in name and age, plays forward, only a youngster, but takes after his Dad. the Sher- iff, probably this is why he had the up the rest of ths league; "Perc" Irwin, long and lean. Is centre man of the crew, Dad is magistrate and that help- ed, Imagine a sheriff-cadi ation all on one hoop team, no wontfer the Browning Indians hacked down; and last but not ieast, the modest George McKil- lop, forward, Kiltie would have you believe thieVe are only four men on the champ, brigade, hut he's the boy that dees the hard work. He kept basketball alive here for years and deserves most credit for the championship team turned out this winter. He sup- plied the timber, Steed finished tho job. The boys have a series of cham- pionship games coming up. Ed- monton "Y" will be here Satur- day. Now fans, turn out. Hockey Results Carstriirs 2, Olcfs 0 CALGAHV, Feb. In a strenuous. bard-chccfcing hockey game to decide. the championship of the Itoscbntl Hockey CarsJalra di-featfid Olds. J to 0, hero (onlght. Playing on nniitrnl ico ih a sudden tlc.ilh gauio. Ihe best team won. Toronto 3, Quebec 2 QI'KHKO, Fnb. Playing their worsl of Iho srfson. Quolinc was by Toronto toaighl, S (o 2. Brampton 6, St. Francis 1 TORONTO, Krli. JJraiiiiuon in- niiaHHeil to meet Kinx- IL A. semi-finals when HI. Krancifi bero last night iiy 6 (o i, Urarnpton won th: lirat gaino hy LO to G and win? tho rouml by nun; goah. O- lERICATOSEND U. S. VS. ENGLAND NEW YORK. b-nh. United Slates arid England appear to bo the only l.wo countries that arc liable to be represented In Iho races for the Harm worth trophy next Glimmer, ac- cording to Chris Smith of Algonac, Michigan, who Is, exhibiting Mtes 'Am- erica at the moiorjboal shov: in the Grand Central Palace. A challenge from l-Yjnce was exncclci tor the motor-boat championship ot the world, but up lo tho present none ACCEPT .TENNIS CHALLENGE NBW YORK. Feb. n ceptauce of America's ciiallenso for the Davis cup, emblematic oC the world's lawn tennis championship, was received here today from Aus- tralia. Thp cablegram was address- ed to the fjiilted Slates Tennis Association by Thomas H. Hicks of Sydney. His message reads "Challenge received with pleasure." Under the regulations governing the competition, challenges mnst reach the champion match by March final date on which they can be received this year. The champion country, In this' case Australia, then makes tho draw. Tho nations Ihus paired then play their preliminary matches and the winners meets Aus- tralia for Iho trophy, NEW GOLF RECORD 1'ALJI HBACtl. Kla., ter Hagcn, open golf champion of tho United States, linng up a new record for the Kvcrgladcs golf course which has Just opened. Ho played with Malcolm Slevc-nson of N'ew York, has been received and entries must Jan amateur-professional foursome bo received before March 1. against P. li. Scovcl of Now York, and ,---------__--------------- Uohcrlaon, the Everglades CHARLIE WHITE WINS i professional. llagcn had one bad liole. At the tlOSTOX Feb. Ihe PlttshurK linckc'y loam wins from the lloslon All-Stars toniKlil It will bo the 0., Feb. to the United Stales white, lightweight boxer of Chicago, j ninth he liil the li.ill Into a pond. J CADDOCK TO MEET FRENCH CHAMPION NEW YOIiK. Harl Cad- rlork, former heavyweight wrestler, has t'i nifot Sal- valor Chevalier, the I-'rench title- holder. in a lini.Hh biiu'. In Madison Hqimre (larden. next Another Imnt will lugeltirr .Hni IjOndrcs. (Jrt-ek (hamplou, an-l "Slran- ftlcr" Ed. Lewts. in itit- oiyu'.iiT hockey malclies, If this hrancli flTially ma- trrtalizcs o? one the features nt Antwerp. PiiKtmrg has beaten I3os- lon In tw-n of Hirco games played nnd lias scored ive vlctoriefi ovor the other Amcric.ni oompetlior, Cleve- land. After has ilcciued lo send a OLD ANOTHER FOR STECHER YOITNOSTOWX, O.. l-'ch. Ktechcr, wrofltling defeated Ivan the Kussian. In two islralKiit falls hero laRt night, (Jnq hour ami 20 minutes for tho team. UK- of the I'ni lion all for ton 'mal llockc-y A-soclntion S'ntea plaiuiwl oliralna- thi: AnL'.-1'ic'un entry Ins: i-ncl 1s two fnr s a big Delaney, of Clevelauct, in a Ifrroimd bunt iiere tonifht. KILBANE OUTPOINTED XEWA71K, Feb. Kilbine, world's featherweight cham- pion, was, outpointed by Benny Vnlgar, fif New York, in a eight-round no-de- cision bout hero tonight. KHbane's showing was a disappoint- ment. lie turned In an individual score of 73, out in 35 and back in I'7. He and Stevenson won the match hy four up and Ihree to play. O'KEEFE ON POINTS KKXOSI1A, Wl3., Feh. O'Kecfc, Chicago welterweight, out- Kddic light- weight, in a 10-rotind btuit here to night. Phones 787 Residence 1210 CERSON ON POINTS Fcli. oap- l.iin or tin v. .Hing team ul tlie 1'nt- verslty I'l-iiii.ylviinia, loniKtit dc- featcil of Ilin National AnialRiir on rmlnts in n bout haro Hi Uie Why Pay 5Oc for Gasoline when you can get it for 35c The Canadian Oajs Device GUARANTEES A SAVING OF 30 PER CENT on it docs butter. We tnvllc Imiuirics. SOLP BY THE MECHANICAL GARAGE CORNER 4th AVE. and 3rd ST. 1190. CITY TAXI SERVICE DAY AND Phone 1856. Office, -KW 3rd Ave. S., Lethhridoe, Alberta Fllde in a McLaughkin Special, It coats no more. "N- Jack Hill LETHERIDGE TAXI FOURTH 'AVE REAR OF PALANCE CONFECTIONERY. 24 HOURi SERVICE PHONE 664 The Most Popular -Recreation Dominion Bowling Alleys Basement, Dominion Bldg. Sis'.h Street. ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 fifth St. S. ANYTHING IN RADIATORS Electric Welding CAR RE1MRINO Lawford Co. 2nd Ave., Opp. t-cthbrldge Hotel Phone 15-M Wo Have InsUlled x Full Equip. for Repairing AUTOMOBILE ('aa liandlo all makes 'of can. Export Hoi Air Furnace Work. FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet Met.il Workers 336 6th St. South Phons 1713 ;