Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE SIX BRINGING UP FATHER frfflB LETHBRrDGE PAILT HBRALP MONDAY. FEBRUARY M. lUIfll By G. McManus HIND- UP T OV'-MT ALL ROADS LEAD TO THIS RESTAUR- ANT WHEN YOU START FOR SOME- THING TO EAT. SILVER GRILL WHOLE SOUTH COUNTRY COMING FOf AMATEUR BOXING BOUTS ON THURSDAY NIGHT NEXT MING SAYS 'At Leajt Three Provincial Champs of the Squared Circle j Will Be Seen in 6 Camp Will Supply or Fifteen Bouts of Three Rounds Each. THE GRAND OLD MAN i Hans Wanner around a loiiuv Jong i1? saiv a flock of players come and e Hy on. Dutcllraau lasted ou the announcement was made definitely last, week that the big Amateur Boxing Carnival would be staged at the Majestic Theatre on Thursday night of this week. March 3rd, it look's as though Lethbrldge's popular win- ter sport, hockey, is going to give place to boxing for next Thurs- day night anyway. That the box- ing enthusiasts will get a real old time evening's sport is as- sured by the list of entries which have been received from all over the South Country. Cardston, Raymond, Magrath, Maeleod, New Dayton, Taber, Coalhurst. Diamond City, and Lethbridge will all be represented. Of espe- cial interest will be the battles put up by Scottish Camp at Number Six Mines, there being six beys over there are just en edge to get into the ring orj Thursday night Big "Babe" Kes- ler, the amateur heavyweight champ of Alberta, will be seen in action. Clever young Gus Spirou signified his intention of be- ing among those present. Val Pil- ling of Cardston, assures Tommy Lush that h 8p.) win b- final. If. Kmployp from t ENTRYFORM GAMES PLAYED MARCH 5TH. ROUND ENGLISH CUP Everton vs. Wolverhampton. Tottenham vs. Aston Villa. Hull vs. Preston N. E. FIRST DIVISION Boiton vs, Burniey. Derby vs. Sheffield United. Huddersficld vs. Liverpool. Manchester C. vs. Oldham. MidcJIesboro vs. Newcastle. "SECOND DIVISION Birmingham VE. Eury. Coventry vs. Stockport. Fulham vs. Barnsley. West Ham vs. Bristol City. YHIRD DIVISION Luton vs. Merthyr. Norwich vs. Swindon. Queens Park vs Exeter. Reading vs. Northampton. LOST THEIR PULL Corkscrews. Barney Sarwch. Beer-openers. McAdoo. FAMOUS FOURS Ttie The Flonzaley l-'onr acea. PIIII- legs, l-'oi'e atul aft AN IMPOSSIBLE REFUSAL "Don't you rry tu force me to .v pint! Don'r yuu ihue lo iln ill GREAT INDUSTRIES Itootleggiiisr. l-lngineoring. Throwing ttie Ijull. links in many parts of tlie country are becoming so cou- seated that c-lttiis are taking steps to adopt a scheme of regulating the nitm- ot' games played. The most tit-untie step of all liaa l-ecti taken by the Monifelth club, in Scotland, which has 1.500 members. Kadi member is being- supplied with a curd bearing his name and a aerial number am! containing 100 spaces, lie will have to produce this can! v.-heiipver lie wants to play and have n-io 01" the sla'mpeii by the of- lirinl- starter before his game. When the !00 spaces have liuen stamped will have exhausted i his year's ration uf any rule i tor chose links. WINS SKI JUMP I OTTMYA. -.S.-.-E. Suiidherg, Canada's amat'-iir ski champion. WOTI the Ontario ski championship at tlie iconiD'.'tkions ut Cockcliffe Park ou Saturday afternoon. Sumlberg mati'i -tin- IUMROSI staiiilini; jump of the con- l lest, clearing t'-jr-t. eign challenge bas already begun forward looking yachting inttretn affiliated with the New York Tucht club hare gone farther to anticipate another international to lift the cup than any previous known at- tempt to out yachting strategy or design. Two model yachts build to a size and in detail unequalled by any work- ing models known were the mediums of research tests the roaults oC which will probably- bo reflected In the next races for the classic cup. The models representing different theories of con- struction and rig were matched each other under all binds of wind and weather in the isolated waters ot Cape Cod Bay, Provlnce- in a series of races that ex- tended through several mouths of the fall and early winter. The results are not now divulged nor is the source of the large sums that were spent on the construction j are no cLangee in the leading positions In the second division, tho result of all five highest taams win- ning their games. The two bottom teams played each otner and Stock- port defeated Coventry. Ban Mid-Week Games EDINBURGH, Feb. football ham resulted In such u serious disorganization ot business that the heads of the grent Industrial establishments recently appealed the authorities to have all games played on a Saturday afternoon, the recognised half An Instance was given when in two weeks over yonng men were attracted from their work to attend mid-weak games and work in Glas- gow and Edinburgh establishments practically ceasod at noon, tlie older men being unable to proceed in con- sequence of the absence of the young men. The governing body of tho Scottish football association, how- ever, disregarded the appeal and gamej will be played in -mid-week1 as usual. Another big jump lias been regis- tered in the Herald's football coin- petition. This week the prize money lias gone up by J45 and the first prize will be JU'O. The total of the throe prizes reaches The'second prize will be and tlie third prize t30. That is an excellent record. Before the season is over it !s hoped the prize money will be above five hun- dred dollars. At the present rate ot increase that will not take long. Tho prizes are well worth going after. One hundred and twenty dollars is nice interest oa twenty-five cunts. Get your friends in this week and make another big jump for next week. Tlie Austrian government has yield- ed to the demands of the civil em- ployees and promises an immediate bonus. Smoke PKINCE WORT TAXIS AROUND COUNTRY FOR HIS COMPETITIONS A BltnJ of fmport- BOSTON, m adjunct to collegiate ath- letic activity wai called upon twice today. Earl Thornton of Prince Albert, the world'i champion hurdler, who ij Dirt- mouth's track captain, entered in four at the triangular meet Cornell and Harvard today, went to Cambridge for the jump- ing competition at Harvard, then taxied to lotton to perform tho rest of hit day's (porting labori. PHONE HI 410 FIFTH In a recent movie, being hnit'eil by liis rVictuls arrived in him. Then he was tied irack, but his ;i to -save him Next, into litii-nii; his friends iu-rivcd in him. In the last scene, i llexi.ans, time in ar.d this time he was basely deserter! ---nobody arrive'.! in lime to sate him. Isn't it jttst too romsntiu and won- derful to meet a girl who says "Uh linb" to everything, irrespective of the subject or the question? "Henry Walters ivas cut in the trouble. .Idbn Durtlclte was shnt In 'he ai'ercation. anil IViinli lUissett stiihh'Tl in tin; Little Hni'l. Ark.. I'antT. WHEBI-Z LOVE AND DEATH CO I HAND IN HAND .Uri'.s. Iniilii. Me.viro The Chli'UB'i "bad iati.U ua, ABANDON BIG FEATURE umi EMPIRE STEEL MERGER l.O.N'OOX. i-vij. As- i 'I iie iinancliil eili- fomnientins upon ojmiOMK in the. Brtt- I propos'i- n-liile thi consolitia- tion of the Uimiiiiinn 'Htec-l wirnora- tiun anil ilw Xova Scotia Hteeram! Coal company a ntifnral union, the. alminlunniGNt of the rc-st of sclii-ine seems to be u step in the The riimaindbf of right, ilireelion. the Times' levies is generally favor- able to the prise as amended, which it regards nt, important in its TiossibiliCes the: big ctcc1! inriustres i..f Great Britain in achiev- ing independence Or foreign countries lor i heir supply WAN.TS TO KNOW WHO DESTROYED RECOHDS Lethbridge Heralds for sale in at [Boston Hat and Mews Co.; at Bolter Bros, .in Medicine Hat. An uMi-mpl was made ID 'Vi-eeic vutb tiynainile n eo-opei-atioii bakery iii the second aucll attempt in ubotii i ti i paled llalladity. I etl tho tot' vaiuaiile jroverjunonl iiririi western ployed by the Anii! tn' ''hK'aro. (i.--siii ivlii'-b the sfatntei- printed. on so ami af ages xvill be entered if manner charged I'rcss.) FfusHiuti is anti'.-i- ions from If. II. r'f, Aits., are sslc- riesLnictinn -il reeordfc at tlie bureau. The if two incu em- ir Voting companr '.veil pliitea from of Canada were they did antion for dam- and operation of the miniature yachts j made known, but the models have been shipped to the New York Yacht club for safe-keeping: and exhibition ami the data is held by W. Starling Bursess. the imyal architect and builder, who designed the boats and supervised their sailings. He says the lessons learned in the testa will' be held against the time that the United States' possession of tho cup is again challenged. He would say further only that they were eitreme- ly interesting. The niodies were nine feet lass, the masts stood 15 feet high and the boats were built with other dimen- sions proportionate to America's Cup specifications. In length they were approximately one-tenth the size of the Resolute. The models cost each to build. They Weighed be- tweeu and 300 pounds. The little yachts for tho purpose of I tbe tests lyere made to represent op posing ideas in sloop architecture ant changed from time to time to try out ncy possibilities of sail plan and boat Halancc. carried an approximately normal spread and riff of sails during most'of tb.trtests; otlifr was a freak of sail i ami arra.ngf.-nieiitK tiiat brought into varying possibilities and thaorlei The trial races which hale over 11 three-mile nincli attention amonx the fieWrir, of Frovlncetovn. The: models were keenly drawn that they speed on reaches fast enough'to require use of a motor boat by those conducting the Fishing captains who turned oitt as unofficial observers to watch tile racing spectacle and to lhr> points of sailing marvelled at the realistic manner in which the re search work was done. Actual operation was lo :i decree that made it seem human bands irere at 'die wheels of the miniature yachta. Inslead a mechan- ism controlled by a clock adjustment worked out the movements ot taci anil jibe, su-iiifinp; rudders and shirt- ing sail. Designer Dr. Burgess said (hat so ftr as he knew nothing Of the kind had been built before. Kims now to perfect the device Tiy installation of nyroscopes. While tlie expense of such tests ii possible to only a few yachting enthusiasts, saiil that the interest in AmWlca's cop defenis was such that I certain of continued1 support; I IIM NIGHT'S SPORT MAJESTIC THEATRE THURS. NIGHT Iliis Week, March 3 Event! In boxing division Including Feather, Lightweight, Middle, and Hcavywetuht. Bantam, SEE THE ALBERTA AMATEUR CHAMPIONS INACTION ENTRY LIST OPEN UNTIL NOON, THURSDAY, GET YOUR TICKETS EARLY now on sale at Alexir.dra Hotel Cioai- Stand, Colonial ind Vlmy Ridge Confectionery. Phone orders for seats re. celvtd at Phonej 360 or 1722. and All reserved. Stating accommodation reserved for 500 out-of-town boxino en- tnuiluti. carloads.