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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX TIllv DAILY SATURDAY, FKBRUARY BRINGING UP FATHER G. McManus IVE COT TO Ci IT OOT TCNkJHT A'b I PROMISED DtNTY ID 'bURE activities with a meeting to be held in Walker ami Hplber- toa'a office on Tuesday 'oven- Ing at S o'clock. DOG DERBY POSTPONED T1MMINS, ap-, liearauct- In the gold country of tlio inEiueiizti epidemic has necesitituteil tbe postupnemeul oi .the Porcupine dog derby. The race was to have been. run next Saturday but U will now not be held until March i3. The condition of the trails is now for holding tbo races. hero Who They Are The Lcthbrtdgc Veterans, chain- pious of (he Crows .Vest league are a Edmonton Outclassed veterans organization backed by the "They had it over, the Kdmonton; ti.'W.V.A. club. They went through team like a said Harry Scott, their city league without a loss and! sporting editor of tlie t'algary Morn- then represented .Letbbridge in the ing Albcrtan, !o Mitr Hirald after I district league with the addition of tho game. "Iju-kfni; condition, and i men, one from the .bounties and playing on the big ice for ihe first j one from the Taylors, they copped tlice this winter, naturally die Leth- every gamo in the Crow league. Medi- brldge boys were handicapped. They cine Hat was defeated by tauiii twice, should have scored about six in the and once tied the' score when Leth- firsl period. The Edmonton boys bridge played with'a crippled lineup. were outclassed. I would like to take! Sutherland, goalie, is a product of lnat team and practice them for about tho; British Columbia Mountain "lea- six weeks where they could get real "an-ncjivo service mau "He ice nil the Uiiic aad I- wouldn't be j3 .'the class of the south as a net afraid Jo put them up against the guardian. Heavyweight Champion in Trou- ble Over Selfeclive Draft- Is To Be Arrested best team iti the Big Four. Every i Marlon, war veteran, at point, is an prepared to nut- guarantees. Edmonton University on March On Saturday, March fltli, providing present arrangements go through, ihe Edmonton University team will visit Cardston, The local management has put up 1ho necesaary guarantee ,and is cov.' waiting acceptance of same. iWhaL team will moot tho Invaders hag not yet been decided, hut the fans can rest assured that the best material iwsslblo will be obtained, Tho Krt- monton boys rank among the beat liall toasers in Western Canada, .and it will be R rare Ireat to watch them i in action. up tho necessary a series of inter-city basketball games, j Calgary defeated PMmontoni 6th Friday nfgbt, at tho Y. M. C. A. o 29, r ?n0tb- .ir is'condition and a cliancs to nertect lmt a player and bard to eot tliclr combination. J look for Lcth-, bridge lo erect a nice IHK rink the! lloncher. at cover, is a Mountic and next summer nnd bo in with the big tlio gamo at Ottawa. Is the fellows next winter" .best slick-handler in the league and That's from cne' of Iho test sport (ast lbc se.away, only 18. writers in Onnda. Incirlentdlly it's: Ted Turcotte, centre veteran, learn- from an old professional hockey" play- ed tho game in Quebec, a goal-getter, er who has played liic best of, Hilly Henderson, born In Lethbridge them. Harry Scott broke into the war veteran, learned the game in U. professional hockey game in Bmndon C. C., and was a member of the ram- along with tbe late Joe Hall and u ous S2nd at Calgary, lot more whoso names are- written "I'lays right wing, in the hockey hall of fame. And lie "Cyclone" Kclier, a D.C.M., man left wasn't spoofing us when he handed wing. Team-male of Tim Dunn nc- onl !hat praise for the Lethbrldge fore the war In best hockey leani Leth- eoys. bridge ever had, the Great Boost For Sport The winning of the championship is the greatest boost amateur sport got in Lctlihridge since the end- when Lloyd Cook joined the "Million- lug of ihe war and Incidentally lljmtgh aircs." Captains !hc i tho L.A.A.A. could not, on acconnl Fred Henderson, snare defense man, of lack of fnncla and lack of support brother of Dllly, a local kid and a at the hockey gauges and of the rink comer, also a veteran. SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. Jack DcmpsBy, heavyweight champion of tha wor'd. and hie mansoer, Jack Kearns, have been .indicted by the federal- grand jury on a charge of conspiring to have Dempsey avoid the select Eve draft, according to a responsible federal official'here today. It Is said that warrants will be sworn out afler the jury reports and the men will be arrested upon their arrival here from Los Angeles, Saturday, A. 3. Shandro, M ia asking for a school of agriculture for iCOXTlXUKO FHOM TrtONT PAGK) A STONEWALL DEFENSE O'Brien and Bowen starred for the South Sides. They rushed re- peatedly, but found the opposing defense a veritable stone waif. Campbell had a busy session In goal; he had little if any chance of slopping the five coals that were scored on him. LOST OPPORTUNITIES Lethbridge found the big ice too large for them in the first period .and tJjey lost many opportunities to score. They felt more at home iti the second period and within 15 seconds had a goal, when W. Henderson and Rebcr combined, the forfner scoring. Turcoite beat Campbell for the southern second goaf. Oowen made an end-to-end rush to give Edmonton a counter. W. Henderson and Reber trade another sensational rush to tally Lethbrldge's third goal. Edmon- ton was playing one man shy when O'Brien got their second goal. THIRD PERIOD SPEEDV Returning for the third period, the Vets showed a burst of speed which kept the opposing defense busy. Finally Boucher stick- handled all the way down and around the defense and the goalie who came out of his net. It was a beautiful rush. Once more Bou- cher scored, his play being a repe- tition of the former rush. With a thibc-goal lead LethbrTdgc kept three and sometimes four men on the defense and nrevented Edrnon- ton from further VETS ARE PROUD The Lclhbridge Vets were proud showing nnd well they miphi f.z for they have a strong, line-up. Keep the same line-up next wirv _ler and give them a real closed-in rink anri they will be a hard team to beat. Considering that they arc In good condition and the fact that they will be up against the best team In Canada, U would be wise if they did nol go to Win-. nlpcg this winter, i Lineup of Teams Lelhbridge, Edmonton.. Sutherland..... Coal Campbell OTT AUTO LIVERY Special Service on Couiilrj Trips Phones 787 Residence 1210 CITY TAXI SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Phone 1856, Ofdee 409 3rd Ave. Lethbridge, Alberta Ride In it McLaughlin Special. It costs no more. Jsck Hill Jack Hollingsworth LETHBRIDGE TAXI FOURTH AVE. S.. REAR OF PALANCE CONFECTIONERY, 2-1 HOUR SERVICE PHONE 664 Marlon.........Point Boucher........Covor Ijridge ever had, the year before TEibcr "Chefs'1 were famous. Played with "Chef." several times. Also had early -ccason tryout at Vancouver TALKING RUGBY ALREADY Former Karons Millionaire Ex- peeled To JNInkn Onrvl in Box at Coast TORONTO, Tell. Row- Ing and Athletic Association's rugby generally, do all Ihe o.'ficlals would have liked to do to help the boys along, the association feels mighty proud that Its efforts to1 provide wiiii ter sport have ended so successfully. .McGillis, spare, running mate of Reber. Very fast and dangerous 33 relief man. Only eight men will make the trip, as in spite of h.gh hockey, the (Spokesman Hevlew.) Hemcmber Frank Guignt. Ihe third baseman who used "10 (uivort out at There has been a lot of criticism o( weather has been against them, and the ly.A.A.A. over tho rink and some the fans have not accorded the sup- because the Iiockey linys, wore given I'ort the team deserved, more than their share of the eights, Needless to say much when ice was Rut the joy in the G.W.V.A. camp last night the and Mcl heart of" l.chiml iiie when Ihe Herald again this season: ,hool Uiein 8O (ls( 1 s wcro an. wlJl take another whirl at the Dominion football championship, ac- cording to an official ot the team. RUGBY ENTHUSIAST DIES VANCOUVER, B.C., Fell, ard Patterson, well known local rugby enthusiast, who during the past few yeara officiated as referee in Import- ant rugbr matches In coast cities, died here this morning ut pneumonia. tf tf DID OEMPSEY jf tf sackers bed a hard time holding in'largor numbers, nnd got in Ihtir And name used to bo spelled "Jnnoy." For I viilcd for t lie skaters every 'iiiglit ball? In those days, the benefit i akatlm; after tlio hockey of tlie.ncorekeepcra and scribes, his there wnuld have Ijeon aeveral seasons fiulgni was a meraber of the Spokane Indians' In the old Northwestern league, iiul now he's playing with Portland in the roast circuit. And he's no longer by the llerald ivhich provided tfie renuitF by periods. tfic-y had lurried out a rouplc of him1 drt'd Strom; am! Tunds. Howovor paaf nnd and i wliatV a litllt- thing like a debt rm Ihe I rink compared irith thr of :he provincial champion- For McCredio has been so Jnpt forget past blunders i pressed with Oulgnt's fast ball that! and go n. it make LotlifcrLdgc a, ho la grooming Iho little Italian for winter sport imvn llirckcv and skat-1 pitcher, O'tirien McKinnon j The Most Popular Recreation TOBACCO SERIES XV rigs with raw leaf tobacco at Kentucky, waiting their turn to unload and sell. Ths favourite oj qualify, FOUL WILLARD? TORONTO, Kch. 37. Ac, cording to a special dlsnalcE) to Iho Globe from London. England, If the Jes? Willard- Jack Dempsey bout had been osld in rvTiguimi. iX-rupsi-y would have been for fouling In the poinlon English boxing crilic-p. iitter viewing the films (if ttin Toledo battle. Where Deiop- offended, accordini; to Kng- llsh eres, wag In Ptrlking Wit- lard beforo he Jiftd Inlly re- gained his feet after bchig knocked McCredte is mifihly op- timistic over Guigni's fulnre ns a hurler, according to interviews given tho Portland boss, and the j Oregon pilot ii positive