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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALU SA1UIDAY, l-KBKUAHY 20, 1021 BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus tl IN J TOP- v I WE'LL cvo xou t I AH ISONC OP THEM i tvEKx or ALL ROADS LEAD TO THIS RESTAUR- ANT WHEN YOU START FOR SOME- THING TO EAT. SILVER GRILL Lethbridge and District Won 50 Per Cent, Boxing Championships; Winners Will Fight Here Soon i'or Local tioul To Introduce the Champs to Home Folks Lei.li bridge and district, todk three our ot" tho six provincial 1 championships at the amateur boxing trials at Calgary. created quite name fur themselves and i'or tlie city' by their showing. Very :-umpIiuieni- ary were made to their ability iu the papyrtf. The i Calgary Herald, writing about the' final events, had this to say: Kesler, Heavyweight Champ i iicyiiuids tif Medicine Hut. fought j siifti ;i (lose draw in the finals Tor tilt1 bantamweight title tluu thr were compelled to ask for an t'Xtra round, in which the former sained a sood decision over tlu: j latter. This was a very calculated i bout in which no little ring st-'ience i was shown. Reynolds, one of Billy i Lander'? proteges, made a very cio.v tid for tins honor." i Arrangements are now being made i'or an amateur boxing night at the j Majesiif: next Thursday night when ;w champions will meet a nuin- her of fighters of army repu- j intion who have come to the district The heavyweight victor, A. Kesler i since the war ended and lire now ire the same birds who said that speedy method of locomotion ........_. ._-.....- snble bar ski-ing, in order to grant] lead from the- start and were Willnrd was (oo big. too stron, right-of-way to a vicious right jab, I headed. Stecle had his eye firmly j tnucli this and too much that for with which his burly opponent meu-j fixed on the hoop and he succeeded in Dempsey to have any chance against Hred the intervening space now and j running in eleven field baskets for, him. then; and in acquiring success in this marvellous accomplishment, Jake lost all opportunity of displaying his usual ring prowess, resulted in his defeat." Andrews, Middleweight "The middle-.veight champion. C. S. Andrews, of the .Mounted Police, K. division, and his opponent J. fiulger, wei'R the only two con- lestanta in the middleweight finish-up hi di, therefore, did not require I'iyin'.it numhpr of correct will re- ENTRYFORM GAMES PLAYED MARCH 5TH. 4TH ROUND ENGLISH CUP Evertcm vs. Wolverhampton. i Tottenham vs. Aston Villa, Hull vs. Preston N. E. J FIRST DIVISION Bolton vs, Burnley. I Derby vs. Sheffield United. Huddcrsfield vs. Liverpool. I Manchester C. vs. Qldham. Mlddlcsboro vs. Newcastle. SECOND DIVISION Birmingham Bury. 1 Coventry vs. StocNport. i Fulham vs. Barn5Icy. West Ham vs. Bristol City. THIRD DIVISION Luton vs, Merthyi. I Norwich Vis. Swinrion Queens Park vs. All mni' cU to The Ilr Fridays. rsid hrfo A Frida ii.l- from polnva entsldf1 or tlie city nf T.pfhbridffe will an ccfntalnlns a lejttfmutft on try. S. The niitnn it nil ytldrcwn os" competitor must be clearly marked on each coupon. (StAmpa mtist not be uccJ .'is pny- for entries Kf. AH fntrlcH must hft 'ri flii! Editor. Football Competition, Th-j 'n. Tim Pportlng" will flnnt. 13. Employes of Thft m-f from the compoUtton. i Reading vs. f rntcr Lin il iuil Jtl 3 V bill (ill ven for against their Austrian ,at Vermilion ou soft, heavy ice, BOWLING SCHEDULE oppressors of the many centuries: resulted in a 2-0 win What's the use? Americans will nevei-l'01' Amngements have Tlie aecmid hall! of the ten pin lea- lie able to imderstand these Kuropean cen for His retura contest cue schedule will commence on Tucs- to be staged here Friday night, but thu ice is under water, and as n re- sult the game has been indefinitely postponed. Knockout Schedule Has Been Drawn Next Year Carpetball enthusiasts have gut to- gether at last and have arranged a schedule for one month's play. Thia will be a knockout affair and next year, it is planned, a league will be organized at thc first of the season. Tue play will be for a prize being put up by Wright, the jeweler. Following is the draw First Round S.O.B. vs Moose No. i. l.O.O.F. No. 63 vs Vets. N'o. 1. Mattery vs Court Star. A.O.P. Vets. N'o. 3 vs Posties. Court Unity, A.O.K. Eye. Moose Xo. 1 Bye. Second Round S.O.R. or Moose 2 vs l.O.O.F. or No. 1. Vets. No. 2' or Posties vs Battery or Court Star, A.O.K. Court Unity. A.O.F. vs llooao Xo. 1. AUSTRALIAN CRICKET SYDNEY, X. S. W.. Feb. Can. Assd. last test match between the English cricket team and the Australians began here today in fine weather. The visitors batted first and could only score -'01. Austra- lia had lost two wickets for TO when stumps were drawn. ORES WINS BOSTON. Feb. Orcb of Pittsburg won the decision over .k'l'f Smith, Bayonne, X. J., in a ID-round bout hero last night. Dotb men are llKht-heavy weights. Smoke anyhow. Thousands of yeai-3 ajjo our ances- tors danced unclothed through the some of their descend- ants now dance the same way oil the j Q ATMJ TTTRT day stage It isn't so long since that we used to drink good liquor before the bar, j j with ginger ale for a chaser. And now j sve drink wood alcohol in the alley, i i with 3 cop for a chaser. FAREWELL SECRETARY Our Own Correspondent) Feb. banqueti of puriicular uuorcst to local curlers' held in the Imperial hero. about thirty members of the Curling Club sat down to supper in liouor of their secretary, Mr. C. V.'. j CochUui, mtiiiimcT of the local branch Answer to Correspondent: of the Canadian Hank of Commerce. Heinie Zimmerman was admitted to who has boon truiibferrcd to Tuber. Once there was a woman who wouldn't smile at the sight of money she was dead. night when th6 Dominions and Cofia Colas meet at (.lift Dominion ul-1 leys. The halaace of the schedule is! as follows JIurch vs Coca Cola. vs Giants. vs Herald. Cola vs Giants. vs Coca Cola. vs Giants. vs Coca Cola. vb Hurald. vs Herald, vs Coca Cola. Cola vs Herald. vs Giants. PLAY ON IP Genuine Virginia blended for particular t mo ken j the bar GO mo years ago. And he jog- gted the crackers and cheese off it. IHri you ever provoUu the wrath of I of ;i redheaded with an un- I (k-ivhut ami iivo? Von were j lucky: better tu hear them Hay "There fit: tliao "Here he Xothing iiovol 'aboni that arc always opening harking iibput hygiene. weru fresh J Thy fell OH- wltu bonstinsly that lie is nohody'si foul is goniM'alh the guy who gels married in u hurry. tlit- I'h ihi del trailed Catcher Trngnssor for Catch Bruisgy uf BtnlEilo I nee Bruggemiiier) they ui-inilreil Bomutliing tin: cellar- 1 The preside The occasion was of social and mu- tual fellowship iiiuj Created a favor- ahle impression in the mind of Mr. W. It. Henderson. .Mr. Cochlan's succee-. sor. who is himself an old curler. On being introduced to the mem- bers ut' tho chin, wliich includes a jrood representation of thy citizens of die town, Mr. Henderson responded in a'very appropriate speech, display- ing ability and humor. He stated that he had been a city man for the lasf, ten of which had been spoilt in Edmonton. He came niangay with iVur and trembling, hav- ing been tnhl by one he was coming to ihe edge of the Sahara tloe- ?rt. One thing be wan assured oC, how- ever, was Unit iht: of Carman- guy wero roal while people. Mr. MemkM'son was given a very foniiiif Wtileome and appointed sccre- 1 OWES ATT Y. M. C. A. Bowlers Fall Down Was High With 526 Would Like -to Arrange Games i in Winnipeg, Calgary and i Edmonton j OTTAWA, Feb. the Ottawa} hockey club wins the championship oi' j the league without a play-off they will arrange exhibition matches on their way to the coagt at Winnipeg, Calvary and Edmonton. At Winnipeg they may meet Lester Patrick's Victoria team which includes four former nipeg boys, including Clem anil Wilt Loughlin and Prank Frederick-son. Should Ottawa fail to annex thn ond half, the exhibition games will be cancelled, as a play-off would be nec- essary to rush through to the coast for the.Staniey cup games. The Ottawas have been invited to play at Edmonton against the Eskim- os, who now nave Billy Tobln. form- erly of Ottawa St. Patricks in the net. iles hit'. tone colorful 'nil oi' hilarious and origin- A good rumple of ;is shown in a wildly con- tMc ht.st summer. Hotii ravins' at the umpiring. 'Tilirril tile T a' a raw iwn runs against this I'ani. In rushed a frniitie yeilin.-: "liil iiim t yon liil him'.'" i tary-treaann-r of the Curling Club, in Mr. Folk, then call- Jii for a farewell IK; r'.'sponded brief- at having to ;issuciations at'tor v.'.is loiiviug for Viin- short farewell honored hy holiday for iicn an inter-rink i. wliich lasted all iiavin-j- jn.-i Mr. i on tliisi evem The hoarding club proved top much for tbe Y. M. C. A. trio last night and tile roomers won all three ton pin games by the score of 1403 to 1147. Thc ''Y" team fell down badly, no rolling over 400, while the lowest score made by the boarding club was. Martin was srotng groat guns and made sure of all three games. Davis rolled 179 for second high Individual score. Petley of the V. M. C. A. team created a, sensation In the last game by getting fl pins each frame. He credited with nine blows and a. split. Tho scores: BOAKDI.VC; cr.nn 1 uii.iiln in m.'iki1 it i'. Ik: is nnvci Iiis own AKRON DROPS OUT uij Lethbridge Heralds for sale in Calgary at Boston Hat i (JfVorks and News Go.; at Hotter Bros, in Medicine Hat. j SOUNDS LIKE A CATFIGHT ,-M Loiiit-'villr TitomnH National AKRON, Uii.-AUmn Will not in [nieniy.tional biLsuhall ifiiLin- tho cominj; i1 hi-'- loriay aimouni-- wo'itil nut tnniplote (ho chaso ol' tin i hat they iv. deal. j Montreal ami lnuiineBRinfiti (are said tu bavn miiUu uffovs to Uku Oxlantl Davis Martin Petley fllass Ut l-rs 138 Kil 4-1? M. C. iin 3rd ToU 450 -IS7 Tot. 3li9 131. 39C 2nd MS 170 A. 2nd 1UO 372 437 Suiill Mario council dis- posed of 1186.000 worth of debentures at til.5. tt GALBRAITH WINS SENIOR GIRLS HOOP CHAMPION- SHIP After dropping tlie fli-Hf. jjamo of the play off Cor tho pubH.o school girlH senior clinmpioiiRlilp. iho Cialbriuth took rovengo on chelr minster opponents thoy thofli at liome and defeated thorn U to winning the round hy 3 nointR. Thn. font, jiaiiod was all CallirnithV, the foointf lost (Hi the Hour. In this half T-aura O'sdale gul v.-hile her Lnam-maLo. Mar- garot Logan, Tlio fir-t n.-idod 0- -0 for Oulbrafth. Thu second half was much Vaat'- fvenor than the tirst. This hair the U'ostnUnbtor came to life wll.h a jump am] they ran In five, points while thrir opf-'Onents counted throe. The pluypra wore: Galbraith Westminster L. Griijdale.... forward..... C. Pcako Look for the Name "WUIard" on a battery identl- it as UK product of the pioneer in starting and lighting batteriw. It stands for the most im- portant battery the Willard Threaded Rubber Battery. When you buy a Willard Threaded Rubber only battery with Threaded Rubber buy frcedoril from old time separa- tor troubles, because the plate, of this battery are not merely separated. Saves trouble and Hpense. Ask about the Willard Threaded Rubber Battery and how you can recognize 1L SCARLETT SERVICE STATION 311 7TH ST. SOUTH tETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. PHONE 616. Willard Batteries Margaret LUKIIII Roso Ponecli M. liltchie Ullian Heitgftr Frances Vere Annie lietiid Kiiiiiii'li ciiitre. ..U. Cameron lOlsle Carrier Winnie Desmond Ralston guard V. Lowe. Mary Jjjgau Doris Kine Myvlle ina Jones 410 FIFTH 8TKE1T ;