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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MOB SOX f HK LKTtoBRIlXJR DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, JANUARY ft, 1WI BRINGING UP FATHER BytMcManus OION T HAiVC TO U6TEN- TOU COUUD (-EAR THEM NILE 010 YOU CMJ. THE SMITHS TODA.V I TOL.O YOU j" I DID YOU OUTSIDE? THEN-THERE NOTHIN' TO TELL. ME WHAT TQ THEIR SOT THEY WOZ. AN' I WANT TO WhenltComesTo You'll agree that we've started 1921 we'll to leiym how to improve. THE SIL VER GRILL Annual Bowling Tourney Of Lethbridge, Barons, Calgary, May Be Staged Next Week Five and Sin. lies in Each City, Total Ping to Count The annual Bowling Tourney be- tween teams represftnting Calgary, Barons and bethbridge is scheduled to take place shortly, possibly com- mencing next week. Bill Moore, of Barons, who captained the winning team last year, was in the city yester- day arranging for the bethbridge end. He gave out the information that Cal- gary would be represented by at least three 2-man teams and possibly four or live. Barons, he says, will have an extra team in thin year also, and he wants the local bowlers to fet bnsy and scrape up a second team. The teams representing the Calgary end be: Simoaton and Stark and McKean, and Brown and Shaver. Josh and Bill Moore iwill com- pose one of the Barons teams and Jack Kulpas will get a strong man tor his partner. In addition to She 2-man event, tt la i proposed this year to also have a static championship ot fire gamaa to be rolled in each town. There will be an entry fee of abcat the high average man to take the money and also the individual championship of the province. Here la a aood obaaoe for the individual trsmdler who In un- able to find a partner for the it-nun the Kimes in the llrst round appear on the Herald coupon this week, and a bit entry list is expected. It will be remembered that the teams in the fourth round last year were Villa, Tottenham; Chel- sea. Bradford; Bristol City, Bradford City; Huddersfleld, Liverpool; the first Darned iu each case going into the semi-final. Chelsea and Bristol City were beaten by Aston Villa (5-1) and Huddersflald (2-1) respectively, the Utter losing out to Aston Villa in the Una! after a hart (ought game z-A on eitra half hour's play by 1 to nil Following are the dates of the rarK ous rounds First 8th. teecond 29th. Third 19th. fourth 5th. 19th. Final tie-April 23rd. The latter date is also notable from the fact that It is St. George's Day, and "the birthday of probably the best known soccer player in this district, {Bill Holberton. Now get out your pencil, tlse up the winners in this week's round, mark the coupon and send It with twenty-Ore cents to the Herald office. Someone wfll get. again this week. It may be you. Cup-ties are alwajrs fall of surprises. Often the person who knows least about the game wanes out on top. Often we THE WINTER TIMES Now Is the time, when, laughing like a pack Of clowns, the player sends the Con- tract back. Sometimes without a word, and gome- times plus A letter, tilled with many a merry crack. His firm, or Winter Business, pays so well Baseball is he'll blithely tell. The man who sends him cheap, chwp terms like these, To take the contract and retire to It's iwinter, mind you. Watch the Spring begin, Watch the recruits come piling, tumb- ling In, And then just see the holdout crowd report. With joyous a sheepish grin! event j say, not rlways. There are several Five games will be rolled in each other A few strokes of .your tity. total games to count. iom'to you: (kl _______________ i Help us to break all records this Al 111 I ft r- week. We have only four months or 'I1 IlllllllU (sixteen more weeks to go and we j wnnt to reach the century Iwfora the season anlihes, 150.00 this week, and we are away for the hundred. U. S. EXPECTS MANY TENNIS TOURNAMENTS DURING COMING YEAR Mark Up the Winners This Week and Win 'Dope" Saturday is Cup-tie in coun- try Hoccer, and once again sixty-four teams are on tho grant race for the English Cup. Thesa- are all that are left out of the many hundreds who appeared in the qualifying rounds or who were excused by the Football Association. By March 5th, all but will liava been knocked out, that day will decide who Is to into semi-Snal round. Cans are already picking tho winners and many bets are being made. Half of Our Idea of a superman U a fellow who can retain his dignity after he throws a double somersault while leading the grand march at a roller rink. Jack and Jill went up the UUJ, To fetch a pall of But on the top they found still, And they drank what they hadn't oughier. George Stalling! sent all the Boston baseball writers huge a few- days ago. We are in favor of making Mr. Stallings manager of all thu six- teen big league the winter season. NBW YORK. Dec. victory o[ the United States tennis twin in the Davis cup matches with the re- sultant return of the 19S1 internation- al play to the United States will as- sure an unusual amount of internation- al play for this country and the Unit- ed States players. A! world's Individ- ual and team champions, Tilden, John; ston and other United States players: will feel called upon to I again Journey to.-Wimbledon, land, and .there defend their deles. It is also likely that these same players will take part in the French chanv' plonshlps which preceds the British titular tournament by a week or two.1 Challenges for the 1921 Davis cup matches muxt be received by the hold-, Ing nation not later than March 1, and from five to eight nations are eipect- ed to enter the play. On the same movie programme at a Detroit theatre: "THE MAN WHO "THE POOR SIMP." Are you a man of few words? You will be if you trx to send a telegram at tbe present prices! And, once more, and for the last time: Rex Beach Is an author and not a place to go bathing. The freaklneo of baseball: Sam Crane, of Indianapolis, .was traded to the Cincinnati club for Hank Schreib- er, both of them being shortstops; Crane, with Indianapolis, hit .354 and fielded .921; Schrelber, tak- ing his place on the same club, hit the same fielded .924. What could be fairer? 1 i k "i n ri n ri n n' ri n "HERALD Football THIS GOVERNING THE COMPETITION ARE AS FORM 1. The competition will be called The Herald Football TIE GAMES PLAYED 2. Competitors will be entitled to 8TH. many entries its they provided M.ch entry la accompanied br CLOSE JAN. 7TH Ivs cents, and coupons to the number ot S Competitors must out the nnmes of tha eluba they think Park R. aod croau out the at both If they couatlder a draw will vs Sheffield United. 4. Coavonx can only be secured va Mancbeeter United. the Sporting Pafe of The 6. All monies renoired will vs Chelsea. turnftd In priMa. Tfce amount and numben of privM will be vs Stake. every Monday raornlnrfor that vs Exetsr. xruraeo. KMXilti ef ettmpetlUoBai will puMUfced every Wednesday vs Birmlhflham. cheQUM to tucecnful comtfetltora will mailed Immediately ou receipt of rrmflnrntloa by UM AthUtk County vs West Bromwlch. ftundertand vs Cardiff. ill ectrlw mnart potted or da-Hvered to Htrald before Villa vi Bristol Ml A Friday va Bristol Rovers. maftc tnm of the city of will be counldered va stoekport. eovtmlnlnv legitimate vs Tulham. T. The name and address of 'n Huddersfleld. eompatltor must be clearly marked on eaioh vs Bolton. 1. net be ujHd u To rest vs Newcastle. for eittrlea, I, All entrleai muvt addrecBed in Ml tor, Foothill Competition. enter the Herald FtwHball Cora petltioij In accordance with the and conditions announcer 13. The Spartlnff Editor1! mid E.greo to accept the pub- 11. of Herald Isi'ision as final and legallv from the bindir.j. Will Judge Landts hand syndicate baseball owners thirty months in the hoose-gow and a fine? A NEW ONE "Lemme have ten till I collect on a 1 bet 1 made with the handbook guy, will you? I put a marker with him, and he won't gimme the coin unless I shew him I have the real mazuraa." SHOCK ABSORBERS Buffers. Fullbacks. Umpires. Rubber. Poland. "The says a cable, "will noon turn their front toward Poland." Soon afterwards, they will turn ihelr back to Poland again, and with great rapid- ity. The Haitians may be poor fish, but they hate to be marinated. (Copyright National Newspaper CHICAGO TO HAVE SIX-DAY BIKE GRIND CHICAGO, Jan. teams will compose the Held for the six-day bike race which opens at the Coliseum January 16, It was announced today. Charles Osterritef, who won a six- day event in Australia a year ago, is the latest foreign entry. BISHOP O.K'S SUNDAY GAMES Tonight the first game ef tht Craw Hockey League will be stag- ed at the L.A.A.A. rink at eight o'clock sharp. Coleman will be the contenders who will go against the champa, and the locale are expected to have to extend them- selves to win. The lee Is not In the beat of shape owing to the rain this morn- Ing, but It will be fait enough for the two teams in practically first league game. The locals will line up about they did on New Year's Day against 'Taber, with Podger In goal, Marlon and Fred Hender- son en defense, billy Hender- Reber and Paul on the for- ward line. Duke Henderson, Me- Phee and L. Turcotte will be subs. are being sold In all of the city today and a big crowd Is expected for if the weather la not good for the Ice, It la good for the fans watching the game In comfort. A big crowd to- night will start tht team oft with encouragement Be on deck at S, BIRMINGHAM. Eng. Providing they are not "inimical to proper devo- {tlon and the worship of i Bishop of Birmingham sees no harm in Sunday games. He stated that he does not necessarily regard a quiet round of golf at an evil, and added that no harm would accrue from one person getting his lads to play a footbiH The Mounties Into Camp, Score 4-2 First City League Game Sees 250 Howling .Coalhurst Fans on Deck League Standing W. Pet. Coalhurst 1 0 1000 bounties'...... D 1 .000 Vets......... 0 0 .000 Coalhurst took the opening engage- ment in the' city hockey league on Coalhurst Ice last night when they took the Mounties into camp to the tune of 4 to 2. Coalhurst had the edge in the first period and the while the Moun- ties came to the front and evened the score: in the second when Andrews did some spectacular work. Burden and the McLeod boys were the pick of the Coalhurst aggregation and on their showing last night they will have to be watched, it they do not cop the league. The ice was very rt-ugh and only fifteen minute periods were played. The fans got a run for their money. Coalhurst people declare today that the little raining town.is a better hoc- key town than for they hail 250 fans out to the first game of the season and they will have 500 next time. They are giving their team the beet of support. The game was clean, no penalties being handed.out. I Here is .the line-up and goal sum- mary Coalhurst Mounties E. McLeod ___goal Hart L. McLeod ...R. Def. ...Henderson L. Billard ......L. Def.......Pounder J. Furlong ....Centre Andrews J. McLeod ..R.W.....Pennefather J. Burden L.W. Donahoe W. Pearson Subs Baynton First from Furlong 10 min. -x Second unassist- ed, 2 min. Andrews unassisted, 2 min. L. McLeod unassisted 7 Kiln. Third McLeod unassisted, 3 mhi. Burden unassisted, 3 miu. No penalties. C. McAulay. A. West. TO PLAY AT HAMILTON QUEBEC, Jan. Malone left here today for Hamilton, Ont., having accepted an attractive offer to play with the Tigers in the N.H.L. PROFIT Cr W.OOO ONLY ON INVESTMENT OF Old Country Football Scores LONDON, 'an. Asso- ciated CItj and Koch- dale have both qualified tc visit Hull and Plymouth, respectively, in the nrst round [or the Engliih cup. Notts and Foreit have agreed to play at Newcastle. In a northern union league game played today, Oldham defeated Hnll by 10 to 5. IS II W. Brown With 11 Correct 5 in Prize Upsets Last week's coupon In the Herald Football competition proved to be the most difficult to fathom, 'many of the results bordering on the impossible. The great majority of the contestants managed to forecast two and three games correctly, and among the twos and threes appear the names of those who usually figure In the tens, elevens and twelves, and those who are allow- ed to know something of old country soccer. One of the startling results was ttotherham's victory over Bristol City by 4 goals to 2. One of the Herald's contestants marked one game correctly; and the above was the game. Only five managed to mark more than seven correct. This is no doubt a record, and it is doubtful if such a result would occur again. The winner of the first prize this week is Mr. J. W. Calgary, and this gentleman also appears among the third prize winners. He had eleven and eight correct. No- body had ten, and the'second money goes to H. G. Burnham, Lethbridge, with nine right. The following is the prize list: First prize of J25.00 for eleven correct J. W. Brown, 21f 3rd Ave., W., Calgary. Second prize of for nine correct: H. G. Burnham, 439 18th St., N., city. Third prize of 110.00 is divided be- tween the following, each receiving for eight correct: G. Mclntyre, 119a 17th St., N., city. J. W. Brown, 2U, 3rd Ave., Calgary. W. Fallon, 945 12th St., S., city. TIGERS GET A "BABE RUTH" SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. Krumpler, a left bander, has been ob- tained from the Detroit Americans for the local club of the Pacific Coast League, it was announced today. He has the reputation of being a second Babe Ruth when it comes to hitting." Carpentiers War Record Stands Out In Bold Relief Europe's Heavyweight Cham- pion, Contender for Demp- sey's Crown, Thrice Decorated and Twice Wotradedr Georges Carpentier, the French, who aspires to the world's. chunpionshlp crown now worn by Jack Dempsey, and who ap- pears at the Colonial in "The Wondsr Man" next Monday, Tuesday and Wed- nesday, unlike many American fight- ers of the first rank, has a distinguish- ed war record involving the wicjiing of three medals fo: al acts cf courage. It is lor tUis reason as well as his puf ilistic an ;tv nr.d his charming personality which caused Carpentier to become the idol France and, perhaps, the most popu- lar man In the world. The French boxer did not wait for his class to be called. When the war broke out he was In London. He broke a lucrative exhibition contract to enliat as a pollu at St. Cyr on Aug- ust 5th, 1914. He spent four months as chauffeur ot staff cars, and then, at his own request, iwas transferred to the aviation service. After a course of inspection at Avord he passed the flight tests in February, 1915, and went Immediately to the front as a pilot of artillery observation planes. For his bravery and devotion to duty while at the front Carpentier vas cited three times. The Commanding General of this Fourth Army cites by order of the Army: Sergeant Georges Carpentier, Pilot of Escadrtlle MF-55, who on Septem- ber 25th, 1915, in spite of the fog, did not hesitate to fly over the enemy lines at an altitude of 100 met- res, during the course of action. Hai under many given proof of a sang frold and remarkable ener gy, never returning without having completed hla and often With his machine riddled with bullet and shell shots. (Signed) GENERAL NrVELLE, Fourth Army. Extract from Order No. 40J7-D. Subject: Conferring ot Medallle M1K itaire to Sergeant Georges Carpentter, Pilot of Escadrille F-8: A sergeant pilot of great ability. Not ed for the bravery and energy with which he executes almost dally Unv most perilous missions. Distinguished himself 'particularly during attic i of October 26th, 1916, when he com tlnued to fly over the lines at a very I low altitude for almost four hours, In j spite of the- atmospherlo conditions 1 which were highly unfavorable, thus j giving proof of his complete Indlfter. ence to danger. Already cited by orde: of the Army. This nomination confers upon him the Croix de Guerre with palm. (Signed) MABSHAJJL, JOFFRE, ENTRIES FOR FUTURITY NEW YORK, Jan. entries have been made for the futur ity race in Kentucky for the 1913 sea. son, it was announced by A, M. Bar- locker, secretary of tho Westchester Racing association, who has -Just re. turned from a canvass of the Grass country. This, he declared, means thp rtrhpat two-year-old classic ever contested. ENGLISH GOLFERS COMING NEW YORK, Jan. committee ot five English golfers, Representing the Koyal and Ancient Club of St. Andrews, will come to this country next summer to return a similar visit to England last year of a comroltteo of the United States Golf association, it was learned today. HOCKEY GAME TONIGHT LETHBRIDGE VS. COLEMAN At 8 o'clock. Admission 50 cents. NIGHT We Are In Repairing and Retreading Tires New Tires and Tubes Sold. Bargains In Second Hand Tires LETHBRIDGE VULCANIZING WORKS 712 3rd Avenue South E. Rlckard. New York promoter, says he did not lose money after all on the Dempsey-Brennan card. He paid Dempsey B.ren- nan not and the pre- liminaries only or for the- boxers. Overhead and incidentals brought the cost to about Re- ceipts were close to not over as was first reported. Thla left Rlckard a profit of about for plenty of worry In getting tke twa fellows ttf tthar. PHONE Ct.8 4M FIFTH THE EVENT EVERY RED-BLOODED MAN, WOMAN AND CHILD WILL WANT TO SEE COLONIAL-SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT 3 Days, Starting Next Monday, Jan. 10 He's the man with the punch and the tmile. He it in the ring. He puts it on the screen. He won fame in the He won honor. In the ring. how he wpn the girl In i mllllondoHar produ-ctlon. Special Note: "I wish to state that I have perwnally reviewed ttift, attraction, and assure my patrons that it Is one the really big screen events of the season. It Is CLEAN, WHOLE' and makes IDEAL ENTERTAINMENT. IT 18 NOT A SIR. IAL, BUT IS IN SEVEN COMPLETE REELS. LEN 8, BROWN, Colonial Theatre. ;