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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MOB SIX TUB LKTHHKHMJK UAH V HKKAMJ BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McMaous (FIT I-SM'T HOW DO I KNOW I'LL MERE TOMORROW? we one. vefck the faus are given some- and bowler was takin 11! and had to thing new to work on. Sixteen games drop out of the match, A start was of the first round proper of Eng- not possible before noon today. Hobbs and Henilrsn the bowling Collins and They tried playing cautiously and ruuo aa a con- sequence came very slowly. The pair lish Cup Tie games, are chosen for the contest, and fans will have to do their guessing accordingly. The results Trl" D0 Judked on this week's results that is If there is a tie it will remained together until Hendren ue considered as such without waiting skied a to mid-on. The pair rea- !.for replays of such ties. Ilzed 142. thn came after I last week's games were lull of lunch. Hobba only added 12 runs at- Prise3 to the fans. Somul tho ter the resumption. His 122 was a strongest teams of the league were do- wonderful effort under the conditions 'eated while the number of visiting Forty thousand persons saw the game tealms which won also added to tho today. BOWLING. Arrangements are now under BURBANK NOTE. Dates are often productive of ange blossoms. DOG GOLF BALL FINDER. is a terrier j is a miner UL 1 Llandudno golf course which has been open the district league season. The Th_ Ho, sto_a io find eplf balls. Every even- colemanites have won one rams al- !f accompanies his master around HOCKEY RESULTS for the Second Annual International Industrial Telegraphic Bowling Tour- uafont. Promoters of the big Annual Wire Event have sent out notices to over one thousand Industrial concerns surprise of the fans. Competitors who got a dozen out of the twenty right should be right up there in first place. Novr, get the New Year going right by entering this contest If you havr> not already done so. It will be a great thing for the soccer game in Southern ;ay r Alberta next summer for the interest is being kept up in such a way that there are bound to be more fans on the sidelines when local teams clash next season than ever before. It's ono of the hig ways to help the soccer throughout the United States and Can-1 game in Southern1 Alberta. nda inviting them to enter a five-men I (Friday Mght ini a representative frV entered, an At Winnipeg: Falcons. 5; Brandon j already an elaborate prize list is war team to decide the bowling supremacy j PINCHER CREEK GAME prizes be-1 IS AGAIN POSTPONED ins donations from the concerns hav- I (Special to The Herald) PINCHER CREEK, Jan. ice, _ game was the word which went At Saskatoon: Saskatoon, 5; Tft9 tournament Is so arranged that out to disappointed hockey fans here I ranted. colemanites have won one game al- hut isn't one the course, and in thYsu" my time i------ r bit better than the Radiate- Altogether the team "is Taster than morS; camp in the league onener.in the city gathering-places. burn' 2- A' ..iiu rt tn LU uc t H KV 111.1 it i m m n i'Ht v ...mj nits course anci in tue sumitipr are liable to win a game any ready this winter having taken Blair- bit tatt than fchft Lftague h boon known touted[ frLm ,__ 3 I mnpft Intn pamo in the leazue onener ;_ it. UULU KUOWH irom oU to 40 10 inotci ill till t the aggregation which played in tnat town- district league last winter and with' practice will make al! other teams in RECOKO ENTRY FOR the league step out. Van Ormau at cemre has developed into a tricky forward man ivhile McPharland and qarleton are hard to get by on the defense. Good Srowd There was a very good crowd on tie lines for th are indications that j balls in one round. ___ of the few sports that start in-! HOURMANS TO MEET SLOiiSON doors. Is continued and usn- NEW YORK Dec '8 _ E Hour FUTURITY STAKES ally finishes indoors again: Bank mans, the Belgian tiilliarY nlayer will have.many more supporters here this year than last. The crowd got a run NEW YORK, Jan. for robbing, the futurity stakes of 1923 closed to- day with what was declared to he a Miller Hnggins has signed a Can- record number of nominations. Of adian player named Hawk, who had a announced today entries listed up to today, August Del- record of forty stolen bases last sum-; ._______'_ ir.ont lea with forty-nine, hut it was nier. Hawk evidently winged his way ;ame, and there reported that even larger strings around the hassocks, and was a pre- lilt! game will i would be found among the late entries datory meet George Slossou, one of the lead- ing United Slates professionals at Boston on January 6, 7 and 8, it was A CHALLENGE TO HOPPE NEW YORK' Dec- Alfred De which include those of the Hancock, Madden and Whitney stables. offered. whenever opportunity Or0j former cllamplon at cushion and pocket billiards, has is- Cleveland has grabbed a Cincinnati Football C THIS RULES GOVERNING THE COMPE-f TITIQN ARE AS FOLLOWS: FORM f l. The competition Till be TIE GAMES PLAYED 1 The Herald Football J J. will be entitled to 8TH. entries aa they desire, prnvidtii entry is acrdtnyariled by twenty CLOSE JAN. 7TH cents, anil coujjtms to the number of 1. Competitors must cross out names of the they think Park R. vs Arsenal. lose and crosu out the names or both if they consider a draw will vs Sheffield United. 4. Coupona can only bu secured vs Manchester United. the fiportlnr of 'Hie Herald, 5. All moniei received will bo vs Chelsea. rumcd ID prizes. The amount mid of prizes will be vs Stoke. every Monday morning for that vs Exeter. Results of competitions will published every Wednesday vs Birmingham. lo BuccasBful competitors County vs West Bromwich. ie mailed Immediately on receipt of confirmation by the Athletic vs Cardiff. I. All on tries must be posted or do-llrercd to The Herald be Tore Villa vs Bristol City. nlTht OB Fridays, A Friday vs Bristol Rovers. mark from points ouUide of the city f Lethbrldge will be considered vs Stockporl. contain tnis it legitimate vs Fulham. 7, The name and address of vs HuddersficM cempstitor must marked vs Moiton. nek coupon. I. Stumps muat not be used as Forest vs Newcastle. meat for entrtaa. f. All entries must be addressed tn the Voothall Competition, outer the Herald Football Com petition iu accordance with the and conditions announced The Sporting Editor's and agree to accept tlie pub- wiH rbt Anal. II. Bmployees of Herald decision aa final and legally from the ned without a trial. Judging the future by the past, the world's champions will make a great pitcher out of young Mr. at least, is the usual fate of those whom r.lnclnnati caste away. Tf you could measure mentality by "powers" or units, a whole lot of our i friends have one-mouse power minds. ITS AN ART Bluffing the landlord. Making drinkable hooch. Keeping off her feet when you dawnce. Filling a straight. Maybe those badly driven rivets in the government ships were put there by -the various ballplayers who nought refuge In Do shipyards during the lute unpleasantness. STANFORD WINS FROM VANCOUVER VANCOUVER, Jan. Catching the ball on the fly In the last few minutes of the Stanford University versus Vancouver football gama here on Saturday afternoon. Danny Carroll of the visHlnfr team, dashed over tho local lino and secured a "try.': Doe took the hick but failed to convert, Stanford winning by a 3 to 0. _ teams will he howling all over the on Saturday. Macleod and Pincher Jaw: Moose Jaw, e, He-, United States and Canada at the same Creek were to have prteu the lid off m c TVJ v. time> wiring their scores. to head-1 the Crow league season on the home Jlds. 5; DidsDury, 3. quarters in Chicago immediately aft-j ice New Year's Day but sand and Ar'hur: Polt Arttittr' j fer the completion of their games, wind had done their work, so that the Fort William Beavers, 3. i These scorei! wm be sent Dy gam8 had to be postponed for tho .3 I translated, and the names of the win- i second time. VICTORIA, Jau. 2.-Victom scor-jnlng teamg to the Assooiated I ed its Brst victory of the season when prBSS and throughout the i COLLECT INFORMATION they defeated Vancouver Saturday country. ON nni c night 5 to 3. Ono of ihe in rules make ic 'hat each contest-] NEW YORK, Jp.n. United COLEiViAN CURLERS i ant be an employee of the concern he States Golf association today an- GOING FULL BLAST represents at leas', two months prior nounued the creation of a department to the date set for the holding of the collect Information on golf course ON GOLF 6REENS (Prom Our Own Correspondent) COLEMAN, Jan. Curling tournament, which will be some time greens for the benefit of clubs the latter part of February. In last I throughout the United States and year's event, orer 1175 teams took Canada. is goini! full swing. Nearly all the part, bowling 1 nover eighty cities at I The 'department will furniih infor- cnrlers have their own "rocks." Mr.! the same time. The present indica-! matloc on soils and other matters re- Jas. Scott was made the recipient, of tlon9 point to their being at least 260 lating to greens, thus enabling clubs a pair of "rocks" from his men. The to 300 teami entered this year. Tho to save time and trouble in eiperi- vlce-president has nearly cinched the TietJen-Lang Dry Dock Company team menting on their coursei. competition of President va Vice- president, The McOIIlvrary cup competition now on and already some good rinkv are in the "cellar." McKECHNIE RELEASED PiTTSBURG. Dec. Bill Keehnfe has been released by Me- the National Leajiie baseball club to the Minneapolis team of the American association, known here tonight. it became of Hoboken, N. J., are the present title hoideis. their total being the best ot the 1920 meet. For further particulars- regarding the tournament address W. V. Thomp- son, 623 South Wabash Avenue, Chi- Illinois. TURNS PROFESSIONAL. TORONTO, Dec. Stew- art, goal keeper of the Aura Lee sen- iors, -in-1 said to be the best amateur goal tender in Canada, signed a con- tract wiih St. Patricks last night. Everybody Smokes That's all right about a law limiting a doer-hunter to one of two deer, but wny not add a lav limiting each hunt- u' to one other hnnter? (Copyright National Newspaper Service.) HUNDRED CCXERS IN HIQ NEW YORK, Jan. many box-1 ors huva entered for the amateur state championship eeries starting tonight in. Madisuu Square Garden that it has linen found necessary to put numbers nn the boxei-s' clothing fov tlnj purpoati of idenlificatiou. Jloro I ban too figlitors are listr-d for tho tournament. WILL HOLD RACE MEET -NEW YORK, Jan. Aviation Country Club of Detroit has been awarded the privilege of holding I ho lf'2l races far UM fulitzer trophy on Labor Dur- There's a world of satisfaction in a pipeful of Old Chum Tobacco. flpe Skating Tonight THE ICE IS GOOD Admission 35c ind 25c We Are Experts In Repairing anfl Retreading Nejv Tires unrt Tubes Sold. Bargains in Second Tire. LETHBRIDGE VULCANIZING WORKS 712 3rd Avenue South E. PHONE 60S 410 FjFJH tTRMT, ;