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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE'THIRTEEN THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY SATURDAY. FEBnL'AHY 20f Ifl ADDITIONAL SPORTING NEWS VOllK, 1-Vli. lil.- 'I'lu- UK! I training season of major league, liasebal. tennis was opowul today by the Philadelphia Americans, whose recruits under tlio direction of Mrfu- iigor Jliick, woro ryudy to work I.ako Charles, La. The Ht. Louis Browns, headed by '.Manager V'ohl, were duo to arrive at JtogEilutiit. La., today. Meauivhilc o tit or league clubs j v-cru milking preparation for cntrum- Hienl i-amp-ward. Johnny .livers ;.iuf his ".'hieago Cuba are to loavu Thursday i'ur Pasadena, California. "Battory nien ni the Now Americans amf tho Brooklyn Xationals arc alreadv at Hot Springs, Ark. Babe Huth left for Hot Springs last night. Later this week the Yankee recruit squad "Vill leave for Shrove- port, La., to start work next Monday. The Cleveland champions and the team will their work on Saturday, the former at Dal- las, Texas, and the latter at Tampa, Florida. Tho Xew Yorll Nationals. whoso training will be dono at San Antonio, atv, due to report .Uomhty. Boston. Pittshurg, Chicago, St. Louis Cincinnati and Detroit all will start early next week. t'larosliohn clubs u-on by of oim iKihvt: After Cadillac Cup H' arrangement.; ran be made with Mm tnisl.-'OK ni the Cadillac which now held by l.uthhridse. Two rinks from Clnivsllolw will journey to Leth- bridge, in an effort to lift H. A of llm Moderation I League' visited ('larosholm week First Impressions of a HockeyMatch (IIV A STllANGK Postmaster Looks for Soft Job Unjj Ihci namct: abotn t the mule potwlatiou of women. The Clarcsholm school of agri' turo visited Olds tins week to lattft part in a deba Olds. The Olds pupils were iul In the debate and tliou trimmnd I from thi! ground in iho rhiiiook prt, ions lo till! snowstorm, a good r.m "iKUii uvi> to ht> noted) i of Unldtu much wratbiT selrt In. tho Iwaguo hork Kumu with PiiH'hyr, will Im uhelv jHinnaiKMilly, fur thoro i'i i.....--- of it at iHX'soiil (inly yon can nnvcr what tliib climate will do uoxt. Much interest was lalum in i-omo of [he game at LethbriilKp, iiud a prominent f.'n-nier tryiriK to; place a VI Uu-t ntehl, with no _...... jun tho final ro.uiit. I This boinj: my first winter in Can- ada, I bi'thom'.lit me to pay a vteil to a Uuckoy match. 1 bad lieunl -A lot about tbo gunin during my short .so- journ in the country, and it scemoil to nio that it the most yon- uhir gani'i IP tho Oominion. I Tuesday's .match hu- j Uie golf KP.IIK with a roan- tween Lt'tliln-ifiKo and Blairmore for to th'j os a I my initiation into UK; Canadian j the challenger's manager, winter sport. Harding wrote: "f regard myself Mhird of! J winded my way down I til Avenue i as only a miserable player uud am mi "i niimb.'r-on thu iiusnlclous liisht, and found ra-j willing to have the iuhninltitralloi u llumULl j _d by basjI1B ns attitude on my j i of agricul' rink. Tlio great WILLIE JACKSON GETS DECISION 1 NKW YOUK I son received tli {.lulinny 1 round Itout IHT n Urn tv.i. :ii. jlUll'l-'W IIVIT j at thii ciul of ii lasl. nlijht. TIu- nUMt IMCOS intur rollc'clHti! li-afUO tlM llali'.ix an'l Mull by leathm tlir University of NKW Brunf 1( by n of nlnn to DALHOUSIE MARITIME HOCKEY CHAMPIONS Harding Says I'ost- More Valuable Than Golf ST. Al'UUriTlXK. !-'U.. F.ui. Viutilur projootei! i-la'isi of th'J '.vorlil (jf Bport by Ijuuuls today, I whou I'riisult'iit-eioct Iljnliui; ilei'iln-1 a ehullnsieo frosn t'nu liobtmasttr at K. 0., 10 muU'ii Kliill with AM11KUST. N'. S. liwixln rsily v.-i of Ih" Fob. '.ill. i the hotkey WINTER CLUB WINS Fell Wlntnr' Montreal Hgiim holds the Earl Grey trophy anil iU sup- remacy in the amateur skating BKHOV ialion of Canada by winning all four i'i f.incy skating of the tenth Omrulian competition hold here i-'on tiiu'ii'usiilV'lous liiglit, and round ni-1 ivillius to huvc ilio adininlstratlou j ther large concourHe of jiooplo inaU- .weakened basing iiiK their wav in tlm ilircction of the incauacity at golf." added tliat lie liked tae post- f tlie before reacbins the con.ditlons of tiio challenge were re- id I liad Icanwd (initn a lot j.lnovort he1 was '.villing to accept th Urn school at pvhicli 1 overheard on the road, master's "sporty instinct" and NEW LIGHT.SK Claresholm sclicwl hockey team in two matches. There Is :i light case' of smallpox reported lu town, the patient being a. CLARESHOLM SPORTS REVIVED BY COLD KevGral iilayers. On my arrival at. the rink. I found quite -A. sooUly number of people. demerits of the match whenever opHurtnnity ottered, j male ami female.1, boys and girls, had already preceded nio. and a very ani- voung man from Stavely. Air. A. Hamilton of High River and fovmorly of Claresholm visited Clares- j mated picture presented itself to my j holm on Saturday last and took away j view. V'irstly, the shining ice ot thf as a life partner Miss M. Laidlaw. rink, ifie latter striking me as Jjein? Mr. and Mrs. A. It. Swain are Mio rather snnill for such an energetic happy of a young daughtor. j sport us skilling, and then tho, lights j iort that two of j suspended over the ico 'wJiiuIi cast arc sorry to repi the family of the Rev. Mitchell are blt-k withthe 'flu. As result of this sickness the Rev. Locke occupied the pulpit of the Presbyterian church on Sunday morning, Tho Rev. McN'iven of Edmonton preached fhe anniversary services in WEATHER WAVE i tlie Methodist church on Sunday. WAtttj Mr_ Jog5pli tryiug jo the I'Krom om; Own Cnrrespomlfi CLAKlvSHOLM. The fipriiig-likc weather of last weelc is followed by u spt'li ,ot very cold wea- thor. As a result of this spoil the curlers and skaters are hard at it again. Tho High Kiver curling club wore represented here yesterday by two rinks skipped by Watts and Arnold. The games wove played In the Koot- hills Cui> competition. This event is a .double rink competition aM lilt a piano all by bimself injured h'.a buck so that he la qpnfined to his bed for the past week. .Mr. KdwaTd the local horse trainer, intends moving his of four horses to tlie Calgary" track this week. Etl has some fast ones tUts year aiul expects to get in some of tho money this season. their glaring reflections smooth surface of the ice. I walked around amongst tlie' crowd, which by the way seemed to be in a mOod of levity, and gayness.' m Smart repartee with regard to tho i match was being hurled from ono the other, and a few of the partisans of Wftirraore were making themselves evident. i At last a shout notified me that the. players were taking-the ice, and in a Spi lew seconds a number of players, whom, I understood, were the Blair- more team, skidded on to the ice, and of Getting Herald' Football Prize Would Cost j started evolutions in an endeavor to V-iberals, Farmers aud Labor combine in South Wellington to beat the Government. strike a small disc with the sticks which each player carried. These i sticks were ,similar in shape to the nay i hockey sticks used in the Old Coun- AMATEUR BOXING CARNIVAL MAJESTIC THEATRE fJW LETHBR1DGE' Watch Next Monday's 'Sport Page NEXT THURSDAY NIGHT, MAR. 3 try for playing ground hockey, except that they .were longer, aud, the GCtis were so sharply curved. Before I had time to observe fur- ther, a much greater shout than be- fore intimated that the local favor- ites were taking the ice. Excitement now seemed to be gripping the spec- tators, and on a bell being rung, a player from either sine took up posi- tion in the middle oE the riitk, and tlie referee dropped tlie puck between the blades their sticks, and away j the game went. The skill and, grace of the skaters i became at once evident, and their 'masterly control over tbe small puck as they played it back and forth with their sticks, all the while travelling at !a tremendous speed, was quite be- wilderiug. .1 found myself catching the excite- ment of the crowd, aud began to shout .and cheer, as the players rushed up aud down the rink. At times 1 etood awed, as I saw the mass of players dashing down unou the talleu body of one of them, .when Lo! a jump and a swerve, and the obstacle was clear- ed without any damage. Suddenly, after a rush down the rink of the Blairmore players in a body, I saw an individual, who was f _.___ slatioued boh tail tbe goal, raise his! hand, and the crowd seemed taken Southerners Take Game by aback with astonishment, and a shout by the Blairmore partisans indicated to me that a goal had been scored. It was all so quick, that- I had little chance of seeing bow the goal was seovert. Medicine Hut. Saturday. Feb. 19. j m-tins E'litor Herald. through the Herald P'eb. 17. the enclosed paragraph i iight my eye, I don't know who your! mathematician is'but I tliiak bo is his I presume by "having a ciuch on the is meant "douiling in enough coupons to cover all poa- i sible combinations of wins, losses aud draws for twenty games. There are three results for game win, lose, draw, and for one- game the necessary number of: coupons would be three, for two games, nine, ?or three games, 27. and so on in the advancing powers 3. So, therefore, for twenty necessary num- ber oC coupons would Ue three to the power of twenty. j This amount of coupons at Soc per; coupon represents I have not time to check these fig- j urcs very'carefully-but I fancy that' the above result is more neaiJv rcct thau Think it over: Percy SchuUe. TluNEVlIGHT-SlxMalfr. of exclusive design and cotrtplfte in Studc- tolurfaetafits, it remarkable ffr itstoutr, economy, fleti- tttity tnd smoattuuu. TEAM 1AKES 29-21 Games About Over for Winter A BIG NIGHT'S ASSURED However, the was re-stauteil, and the players began to put more vim into their efforts. Bumps and knocks were taken with good gruce, and the marvel was that accidents did not occur, 'twit these were evidently avoided hy the great skill the play- ers, who, even when in the net of fall- (Frora Our Own Correspondent i TABBR, Feb. II hoop- j ors blew into town according to sell-1 edule last evening, (or the return game with local basket-bailors, and were evidently !n a happy mood. fraternizing with their opponents and' local citizens, in .1 very cordial man-; ner. With the Raymond hoys. waK I ,.11711 in tilt: ui iilll- tip- i t ni f I Ing, would recover themselves in some ?Ur ,A' Stevenson, former- Bay a Now is" the time to get your car ready for the Spring. How is your you are not sure it is all right, send it to us and we will let you know how it is; if it needs any repairs we will be glad to do it for you at a reasonable charge. If you are irf need of a new Battery we will be" glad to supply you with a new Prest-0-Lite with which we' give you a 12 months guarantee. A Better Battery for Your Car We repair, recharge and give Service on all makes of Batteries. Come in and see us next week and we will make it worth your while. SERVICE STATION AND DISTRIBUTOR LETHBRIDGE BATTERY MAINTENANCE 811 y6 AVE. S. UETHBRIDGE. PHONE 1483. (Presto lite i it uiiin i mi i-utiiiaen ct> in tiUiilti i marvellous fashion, and spaed away I !y art of teach-1 1 after the small puck. Sllorth' after I "18 youns Ilow to sllllot' i the surroundings of the Tabor central] schools. Owing to a heavy cold, Louis Conrad has not been able to take his usual place of late, and the teams Iln- j ed up M follosvs: Bill Jensen, A. Stevenson; centre, Web- i some quick play up and down the'rink a rush by the Blairmore players brought them another goal, and the hopes of the home, supporters re- ceived a severe shock. A tew minutes later the bell rang, i indicating tlie finish of the first pe- riod. i Burins' the interval the spectators j seemed to enter into discussious ami j the play and players wore iu every case the subject. The excitement became inorfr iu- teiiBc during the remaining two pe- riods, and when Lethbridgu aud then equalized, the heavens fairly rang' with the cheers. A great speed wag kept up right throughout the game, and when in the last tew minutes of the game Blair- more scored their third goal, all seoni- ed over bar tlie shouting, but a great "do or die" spirit seemed to pervudu jthe locals at this period, and uodiing I seemed able to stop them. They swept' down on tlie Blairmore goal, and almost before anyone coiild eon- jceive what bad happened the hand of the goal judge was raised, and the scores wore again equal. Immediately after this the and tlie game was finished. Tim ster; forwards. Strong and Briner. Price and W. Harris; centre. Johnson; forwards. Ira liar-! and "Chic" Edwards. The game was rather rough on both sides, being frequent, and often not callcvl, i but when Referee Fairbanks did so. i the decision, was quite satisfactory, i In tho firstihalf, the game was neck and neck struggle, and looked like a i win for either team, but Raymond I nosetl out, with 17 poiuts'to the locals i 14. In the second, Raymond eaVly in tho. period got away to a strong lead, i and appeared to have the gamp cinch- ed, but Taber suddenly spurted, and evened things up with a vengeance.; in spite of tho good playing of the southern bu'nch. With a couple of i minutes more, Taber would have won the laurels, but as it was, Raymond j carried them off by a score of A large, crowd witnessed the game, and both it and the following dance were i a "whale" of a success: Johannsen's i Juveniles, with only three pieces, put i crowd joined in huge cheers, presiim- up a linn repertoire, and the musk: i ably with a view to relieving tbe wholly satisfactory. Barnwell sion of tho pent-up excitement, anil! Plays bore noxt Tuesday, in what unite orderly made thoir way out nr "ixpoiHed