Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
MOB NX THE LKTHBBTDGE DATTT HERALD BRINGING UP FATHER TUESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1921 By C. HcManns TMHO04H THAT My LET ME TWENTY fe DO', AND I 1_ I iZ-iL It INVL 'VIAtUM WhenltComesTo You'll agree that started 1921 and we'll hope to learn how to improre. VER GRILL COLEMAN HOCKEY TEAM HERE WEDNESDAY NIGHT Kg Crowd Needed To Give (he Locals Moral Support Against League Leaders ALL BROTHERS ON THIS HOCKEY TEAM ISP0RTING The doubls umpire system is great thing. Oive one of them horse and other one a ship, and Coalhurst And Mounties To Open City Lge. Tonight Schnarr brothers hockey team of Kitch- ener, which last year played S games, v.-iuning ssven and los- ing one, is now complete for season with seven broth- ers iu the lineup and their father, John H. Schnarr, act- ing as manager and coach. Wednesday niflht games: Taber at Pincher Creek. Macleod at Biairmere. Calemin at Lethfarldge. Hockey fans, that's the line-up for tie Crow Hockey League for this ana if the weather is good all the line there's to something for the hockey fans to fan about on Thursday. If ail three of these games are played, thorp will be a different complexion on the league Thursday morning ami there will be a pretty good on how.the teams are going to come through the Lelhbridgo Vats open the season bero as representing LetUmdge in the district league. The Vets are provincial champions, but they are far from championship form. The city league officials are getting busy how- ever and there will be a different tale Clash in Dates With Dig- to tell soon. The team manager is i see i! they can't make Jesse James Game at Coalhurst First of Sea- Captain Kidd look sick. r_ftwri wn, Rp NEW CITY LEAGUE out to atreno-then up and If the play- ers in the city will only turu out to practice there need be no (juestion About the local district league team. One thinK that will make the team get out and practice is' a corking big erowd on Wednesday evening at the triet Here on Friday The City Hockey League season will open in Lethbridge Friday even- ing January 7th. with Coalhurst vis- game. Since Saturday's game I Iting the Mounties. This will make' with Taber there has been a whole lot of interest in hockey, and while the league management are 'out to two games .locally thic week, one dis-j trlct and out city. Prior to the city league flltnre 01' Grand Opera A La 1921 The Tenor: There is, there is, there is, no hooch! No hooch! No iiooch! The Baritone: And why, oh why, oh why-y.y-yi, no hooch, no hooch i The Soprano: Oh -Ignori and slg- noras can it Sea-e-e? How can it be-e-e? There is no hooch, there is no hoo-oo-ooch, no hoo-hoo-hoo-o-ooch! The Besso: We know not why. We know not why. We only know, we only know, there is no hooch. No hooch' No-oo Hooch! Hard, Cruel "Tour rent is railed." "Pay ma." "No good. I got four queens." "The elevator is 'oat of order." "Read 'em and weep." "All hair-cuts 75 ceute." keep the game clean' and free from i Friday evening, the intermediate A girl with "a wonderful soul" the rough stuff which characterised I league will get under way with Knoi Once married a handsome young Saturday's session, tlie fans may be and High School the contenders'. This Foul- sure that there'll he enough action to I game starts at 8.45 pharp. The sen- keep their blood from running cold. The weathei is fine, the Ice IB and there will be tickets en sale to- day. Let's try to get out at leait 500 live rooters on Wednesday night. Coleman stands at the head of the Jeague today having won its game from Blainnore, tho only league game played so far. The Colemanites have a bunch of husllies on their line-up and the local champs will hare to itep. A win tomorrow nigbt will start them off on the right foot for the lea- gue season, and one of bent ways to give them a win is by getting out Bnd snpportitT them. Remember the Vets are 'he Alberta champs, defend- ing tljp. amateu championship cup, and that should be enough to get every fan out and cause him to brinj? another stranger to ths game who develop into a fan. FRENCH AND BELGIAN BOXERS TO PARTICIPATE NEW YORK, Jan. and Belgian army and navy boxers prob- ably will be unable to participate in the proposed international boxing .carnival to be held in Madison Square .Garden this winter, it was learned to- day. Fighters from the British, army .and navy, and police department are now in New York. lor game starts at S. New City League Owing to clashing of dates of dli- trlct and city hockey league games, the city league schedule-has been re- arranged as follows: January at Coalhurat. January at Veti. January at Mounties. January at Vets. January at Coalhurst. February at Mounties. FOHL TO MANAOE ST. LOUIS, Jan. Fohl ef Clcviland hai been selected at manage? of the St. Louis Browni for 1tZ1, auecetding Jimmy Burkt, who ha< contracted to coach Boston Americana. BRITISH GOLFERS WILL TOUR STATES But a dreadful dismay Chased their romance away, With the prices of rent, food cool! Bje Crowd On Deck li the big week In local hockey for Lethbrldge teams op- en two leagues. Tonight at Coal- hurst the Mountlet and Coalhurst teami of the City and District League pry open the lid. This Is the time a city league gams has bean (tagtd.on Coalhurst ice and it's a aafc bet there'll be a big crowd on the aide lines. The Mountiea on the form they displayed against the Macleod team have a good chance of win- ning the oJty league. At any rate the Vets will have to display more than they did on New Year's to cop again. If the Mounties secure Boucher, which is more than a po-sihility they will have to be watched. The Coalhurst team is an un- known quantity this season. They haven't displayed their wares on local Ice. But you can bet your life the Miners have a good team. Last winter they stood about sec- ond in the league and had the of a great team had they had the lee to practice on. Their success tonight on their home Ice against Mounties will about tell the calibre of the team far this year. A veteran of the big war has been arrested for marrying four wives. On- ly an additional proof of his splendid bravery. They are offering bills in several legislatures making faking or fram- ing of any athletic event a peniten- tiary offense. Unconstitutional. Would absolutely deprive wrwtlera and wrestling promoters of their hood. Now coaiider we The Touehtr. Of all pests Inside or outsMe of eaptlT- ity, he is the worst, the most persist- ent, also, of all men tormented by his presence and his reappearance the Sporting Writer suffereth the most ,For th6 Sporting Writer meets many NEW YORK. Jan. 4.-George Dun- men of all circumstances aid condi. can, open golf champion of Great Britain, and Abe Mitchell, another prominent British professional, will make a tour ot the United States this year, It was learned today In an at- tempt to capture the United States open title. They expect to arrive July 1, for a aeries of exhibition games ex- tending over a period of 10 weeks or tions, in each and every city; and when these men and flat- stranded, far from home, they remem- ber the Sporting Writer, and they seek him out. and they whine around his desk, and there is no rest or com- fort for him, tii] he wieldeth to their opportunity. And the touch. Is always for a day, until money shall arrive Irom home; and the money must fall I at his two Local Fans May See Him On Silver Sheet at Local Theatre Soon Can Georges Carpentler defeat Jack Dempsey? James J. Corhett, conqueror o( John L. Sullivan, the greatest of his generation, Willie Lewis, for years tie idol of the American ring, Jack McAuliffe, the world's undefeated lightweight champion, and Joe Jean- ette all agree that the idol ot France more than a Chinaman's chance capturing the world's heavy- "HERALD" Football Competition GOVERNING THE COMPE- TIT10N ARE AS FOLLOWS: 1. Ths competition will be called Herald Football Competition. 2. Competitors will be entitled to as many entries as they desire, provided I each entry is accompanied by twenty- T five centa, and coupons to the num- ber of entries. 3 Competitors must cross out the names or the clubs they think k lose and, crosa out tho niimeu of botli fil they consider a draw will result. 4. Coupons can only be secured from k the Sporting IJago of The Herald. 5 All raunies received will be re- turned ;n prlies. Tho amount and here of prizes wili be published If Monday morning for that week's L vHmtw. Results of competitions trill I published Wednceday and cheques to auccessful competitors will mailed Immediately on receipt of by the Athletic News. (i, Vtl entries must by posted or de- livered to Mhe Herald before mld- __ on Frldnys. A Friday posi- Lmark from points outside of the city I of Lethbridge will bw considered a3 F containing a entry. 7. The name and address of tho ......letitor must be clearly marked on f each coupon. k K. Stamps must not be uaed as Imtnt for AH entries must addressed to Krl-tor, Football Competition, [Herald. Lethbridge. _ The Sporting decision PwlH bft final. II. Employees of aro I barred from tlit competition. CUP TIE GAMES PLAYED JAN. 8TH. ENTRIES CLOSE JAN. 7TH MIDNIGHT Queen's Park R. vs Arsenal. Swlndon vs Sheffield United. Liverpool vs Manchester United. Reading vc Chelsea. Wolverhampton vs Stoke. Watford vs Exeter. Luton vs Birmingham, Notts County vs West Bromwich. Sunderland vs Cardiff. Aston Villa vs Bristol City. Tottenham vs Bristol Rovers. Everton vs Stockport. Biackburn vs Fulham. Brentford vs Huddersfleld. Preston vs Bolton. Notts Forest vs Newcastle. I enter the Herald Football Com petition in accordance with the rules and conditions announced above, and agree to accept the pub- lished decision as linal and legally binding. Signed dead somewhere en route, for the Toucher is back again in two days with the same old whine; and he sticketh like a leech and he hangeth on like a bull-pup to a root. And at 1 last, when he goeth from the city, uo is stricken with aphasia, for his memory departs forever, and ,b.e not only sendeth never hack the money, but not even a postal card oJ thanks for favors done! I Who kuowa the spot where the um- pires bide? i Who knows the place where tho um- weight crown from Deinpsey. They arrived at that decision after giving Georges the critical once-over lirst ring appearances after his arrival in this country, to star in "The Wonder the Robertson-Cole Super-Special which comes to the Colonial theatre next Monday. Lewis, who ought to know some- thing about it, having gften Carpen- tier the most sensational fight of his career, does not the possibilities a Carpentler-Demnsey meeting. He declares with positive assurance that Carpentier will knock out Dempsey and he is willing to bet money on his dope. stop at discussing the outcome of pires hide? do they Hnd a guarded hold _ In shield their frames through Kid and Jeanette when he was winters cold? in the wealth ot" He points out that the boxer was fighting Klaus, French1 Pupke, Oil, could we only learn, and use Some TNT and a short-time fuse! With A California gunius has discovered a way to make pretty classy hooch nut of the prosaic prune. "Pull of prunes" may mean something v.-orth while in the near future. John Evers, manager of the Cubs, says there is positively uo deal pend- ing with the Reds. Pat Moran, man- ager of the Heds, says there is posi- tively no chance of a trade with the Cubs. All of which means, judging ihe future by the past, that these two clubs will shortly make one of. tho biggest exchangee of the winter sea- son. (Copyright National Newspaper REISELT WINS MILWAUKEE, Jan. Otto Ilel- selt of San Francisco deteated Pierre Maupome of Milwaukee In the dm of a scheduled throe game, three- cushion billiard match here last niVit by a score ot BO to 'A In It Innings., Maupome had high of eight, while KelMlt runs at 7, ring experience he has gained fourteen years of fighting, and his n'aturul sjiocd and ability, 'Carpentier should heat Dcmpsey. Lewis says. And listen to MuAuliffe: "Don't forget that when Dempsey faces Carpentier he Is going to look the fastest fighter of the generation squarely in tho eye. parpentier makes the fastest fighter look slow. And with his speed he carries n wallop that la a haymaker. When he hits 'em he hitS" 'em hard. What's more Georges Is a fast thinker. I think he's causing Dempsey wWry right now." NOTED STALLION ARRIVES IN STATES NEW YORK, Jan. c noted atall'.on who finished second I the last English derby, arrived her on the steamer Miiiiomlnae today. H< is of a rich chestnut color and IH Hah to have boon sold for at prc out exchange rates. A large consignment oC yearling and mares purchased abroad t American turfmen were ,aJso landnc5 Some of tho marcs were bought I Riddle to be bred, HOCKEY RESULTS Sisler'Stays With ESKIMOS 4, CANADIANS 3 CALGARY, Jan. Canad- and Edmonton Eskimos staged a rough and ready hockey here last night In which there was plenty of tHo "rough." Eskimos won out In one minute of overtime play by a score of 4 to 3, but Calgary had much the hotter of the evening's play and had they minded their P's and Q's In the critical moments ot the ;hlrd period would have won out by good margin. There was an enor- ncus crowd on hand and it was a first-class exhibition. DOMINIONS 5, TIGERS 4 EDMONTON, Jan. Dominions upset the dope last night j anrl dofeated the Calgary Timers In 1 minutes of overtime by a score of 5 to 4. As Edmonton also won in this makes the league race; tie-all, as each team has won and lost one game. OTTAWA 8, CANADIEN8 2. I OTTAWA, Jan. Senators decisively defeated the Canadiens in! the N. H. L. fixture here tonight, thje j score being 8 to 2. ST. PATS 5, HAMILTON 4 HAMILTON', Jan. Patricks of Toronto scored a victory at the ei- j of the Hamilton team here to-! night when they downed the Tlgsrs by a score of 5 to 4. VANCOUVER 3, SEATTLE 2 VANCOUVER, Jan. 6.600 spectators saw a fast find exciting game of hockey here tonight iu which Vancouver managed to get the edge on Seattle by a scojre of 3 to 2. AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS WIN MELBOURNE. Jan. Canad- ian Associated won the second cricket test match today from England by an Innings and 91 runs. When the English team resumed Its innings this morning the wicket, whicb, favored the bowlers yesterday., was again in good condition. The score stood at 76 runs for five wick- ets. .Wooley played steadily, but Douglas was dismissed whan he had made nine, just after the century had been pissed. Strudwick after getting a. life, hit hard but was ultimately taken at the wicket. Wooley played nnely for a fifty. He hit three hours. CHICAGO, Jan. O'Keefe, the Chicago welterweight, will be un- able to box for three months due to injuries to his hands sustained in his match with Pinkey Mitchell, Milwau- kee, New Year's day. 'O'Keefe's Iftft hand was seriously fractured and his right hand was broken. Physicians sail) today that a piece of O'Keefe's shin bone would be removed and graft- ed into his right hand. O'Keefe hag called off four impending matches. Dennis O'Kecto was to have met Frank Barrjeau iu Calgary on January IS, biit the match was called off two j days ago owing to injuries suffered by 1 O'Keefn. The two men fought a 1.0- round draw in Olgary some months ago ar.d this was to have been a re- turn match to settle the superiorly of the two welterweiKIits. RATH NOT SOLD CINCINNATI, Jan. report that Maurice Rath, second baseman of thu Cincinnati Nationals, has been sold to tlia San Francisco club of the Pacinc Coast Is denied today by August Hernnaim, president of the Cincinnati club. George star first sacker of the St. Louis Browns, has refused ah offer to manage the ciub, but has re- newed his playing contract. Sisler did nc't miss a game last season. Work was resumed, at the: Atlantic Sugar Refinery, at St. John, N. B., but not at full capacity. Wages are re- duced. WAIVERS ON NICK ALLBN CINCINNATI, Jan. was learn- ed today that all the National League clubs have waived on Nick Allen, Cin-- v-'Monui League ciub catcher, who was disciplined last season for failure to keep in condition. ROPER-BRENNAN MATCHED CHICAGO. Jan. 4.--Capt. Bob Rop- er, the heavyweight pugilist, today was matched to meet-Bill Bren- nan or Chicago'in a 10-vouird contest in Kansas City, January 16. Roper will box Homer Smith of Kalamaabo, Michigan, January 11 nt St. Ixwis. DOUBLE-HEADER FOOTBALL CAMBRIDGE, Harvard football management has succeeded in carrying out its plan to find two col- leges willing to participate In the first double-header- ever played by a Crim- son eleven. It is announced that Harvard will play b9th Middlebury College and Boston University on Sep- tember 24, 1521. INDIA WANTS DAVIS CUP DELHI, Committee of the All-India Lawc Tennis Associa- tion has decided to enter a team for the Davis Cup contest in 1921. The team must consist of British subjects or subjects of native states.' SKAHNG TONIGHT HOCKEY WED. COUEMAN VS. LETHBRIDGE PHONE 1849. We Are Experts In Repairing and Retreading Tires Now Tirns 'and Tubes Sold. Bargains In Second Hand Tires LETHBRIDGE VULCANIZINQ WORKS 712 3rd Avenue South E. T A I L O R 410 FIFTH THE EVENT EVERY RED-BLOODED MAN, WOMAN AND CHILD WILL WANT TO SEE COLONIAL-SPEC! ALENGAGEMLTT 3 Days, Starting Next Monday, Jan. 10 He't the man with the punch and the smile. He it in the ring. He it on the screen. He won fairs war. He won honor; In the ring. ate how he wpn the girl In a milliondollar production. Special Note: "I wish to state I have personally reviewed this super-specisl attraction, and assure my patrons that It In one ths really big screen events of tlie season. It Is CLEAN WHOLE. SOME, an4 makes IDEAL ENTERTAINMENT. IT IS NOT A SER. IAL, IUT IS IN SEVEN COMPLETE REELS. LEN S. BROWN, Manager, Colonial Theatre.