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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MOB BRINGING DP FATHER f ITB LETHBnTDCE DAILY HERAID THPHSDAT. JAHCMTr-4 By McManns If I Ol'DrrV I r HERE MJOI.B I I CAHT MAKR THAT WOMRN OELIEVC THE SIL VER GRILL COLfiMAN AND LETHBRffiGE STAGS 1-1 TIE IN GREAT BATTLE AS SEASON OPENER Cok-man Protests One Goal Not Allowed and Refuses to Break Hard Workers. Lethbridge Coleman 1. Some hockc-y opener, we'll say! And before a good crowd for Lethbridge. to 300 people, saw the Coleman minerii the Lcthbrirtge Vets, AI-i Le7h'br7dg6..... heria champions, battle sisly minutes tu a tic a: the L. A. A. A. A. rink last night in the season's district lea- gue opener, here, and they went away leeiinjr that the Crow league is going to the best hockejf that has been in Southern Alberta since i famous Taber Cliefs. DISTRICT HOCKEY LEAGUE STANDING Taber Coleman Blairmore W. 1 "I 1 0 0 0 Pincher Creek Mncleod Tuesday Night's Lethbrldge 1, Coleman 1. Blairmore 12, Macleod Taber 5, Pincher Creek 2. Pet. 1.000 1.000 .500 .000 .000 .000 the ered against the game. They also refused, following the protest, to play off the tie. In the last quarter, the teams have decided mutually to play four fifteen minute periods instead of the regulation three twenties, Podger stopped a -hot one. Two minutes af- terwards the Coleman goal judge de- that it had entered the corner of the nets. He stopped the game and declared a goal, but Referee Crawford ruled against him as play had con- protest hard game and scored the only goal for Lethbrldge. Visitors a Strong Team The Coleman team excels in hack- checking. The boys are big and all bard skaters. They worked every minute of the sixty. Gate's goal was a lucky one and their shooting on the main was not up to the pace they set in centre ice. had the puck more than their share of the time. It would be impossible to single out any of the visitors for special mention. tinned for a considerable period be-i Jewell and Gate were the pick, but fore the goal umpa made a move. j Johnson in goal played a strong game. It IB likely that the league officials It was an injury to Jewell in the last will declare the game off and order quarter which decided Manager Mc- a replay on Lethbridge ice. Donald agajnst playing off the tie. Miners Hard Workers Ieferae Crawford handled the game waa righ on top of every play. Winter. Tim? after time they opportunities io go up tho ice Lethbrldge was being giv- f the deal, the majority is fielng called against aa w... it was very evident that mt, the eagerness of the visitors led them opportunities io go up tho ice but. "le eagerness of the visitors led them didn't get awav fast enough and the >to chances in accepting the puck Colemanites skated them Into the pass. They had nothing (By W. A. Fheloiu. Winter Baseball The Player reads about Judge Lan dis. and his rule Of iron, and says, "No earthly chance to fool This grim old what I want to Will he object to playing Kelly pool? And will he clamp down with an aw- ful thud Upon our necks, and turn our names to Mud, If we persist, upon the sfeeping-cari, In having little games of draw and stud? But we should one thing he'll do, As well as bossing all the playing j Ho'll make the magnates tote deal level, and, they should cheat, hellXknock 'em BOWLING TODRNEY ASSURED Don't Blame Coleman ByJ. S. K. black IB! They talk about the scarcity of au tomobiles, but you can't convince th guy who frjt been hit by tha there's anything to It. The alrl'i Idea of a ring ij a circle entirely surrounded with diamonds The pugilist's Idea of a ring it a rec- tangle entirely surrounded by suckers. Colemanites skated them" Into the PMS. They had nothing fence. The locals still lack condi-lwbatever'to klck ln the decl- tion. They have the makings of a good team, if Manager Dixon and Capt. Reber I slons. A Good Opener some real honest drilling they'll re pea nager uixon ana -j------- them out to do Altogether hockey has had an ans- How can Mai Carey of the Pirates outfielder In summer and minister Ii the off-season, preach a sermon 01 "fbon Shalt not Steal" and keep hi face straight, after leading tha Na tioual League baserunners? The Island of asks for auton omy. Its flag will represent a tomca rampant, super-imposed upon a fence quiescent and crossed by a brickba Three successive "meewa' ason. There is twice the enthusiasm the performance of last winter, i hold the Keori- to :i Tie on borne ice. Vic. Pccger Stars in Nets But it a rliDp-rions game all the way acd the- fans t.-ill brinp back half the to see Uic- next district lea- gtoo was id out as a st-ir last find that Vic. E'ouger between the nets. The for the league leadership is expected. Last night's lineup and goal sum- Lethbrldge Johnson Podger mary follows: Coleman Goal local boy in his first with sen- ior company here played a whale of A game. During the game he made 15 saves, lotting .only the one shot him. His work was brilliant. The riesack Defenia F. Henderson Left Defense Duke Henderson Jewell Gate Coleman team, however, was taking all kinds of chances in an effort to _ locate the net while tho Lethbridee j crew made verv few shots eicoptl- from close in. Half the Coleman shots j were long one from a thinl the way j down the rink. Tha shot that, beat Podger in the first quarter was made by Gate from nenr centre ice. He lift- ed the puck and Podger lost it momen- j tarily. Tho Lethbrfdge boys on tho I perlod other hand were boring in according. .9 to approved methods. Billy Hender-1 Thlrd son's shot which beat Johnson In the second quarter couMn't have been stopped. Billy went up like a house ulire. drew Johnson out and tilted the puck through. The Lethbridge boys Centre Left Wlag Right Wing Paul Reher Subs W. Henderson Ponden Andrews Turcotte Michigan dentist says it is. his life's ambition to work upon'a farm. He'd be at home pulling stumps. Drygoodr Item Married, at Baltimore, Richard Cot- ton and Lncille Wool. The thermometer has us poor dev- ils beaten one way, anyhow! It can always take a drop and nobody can say a word to stop it. Versi Libre I would that I might be an Egg. An Were off in their shooting at 'hat. ha'v- j, T'f" Ing sc-veral clear eharices to score, but Cverskating the puck at the wrong tilllK. "Lack of combination was displayed by both teams, but Coleman was in much better condition and used nub- ititutos quite freely. No rtbugh Stuff The game was remarkably free from Ooal Summary First Coleman, in in. -W. Henderson, score. Fourth score. Final 1, Cole- ian 1. Crawford. Judge oi Timekeepers Eastwood and BWls. Goal A. Nother. aged egg years, I that _, Ing hand, an egg of venerable strong and unerr- I might be held, And then propelled, ,2 i Into the features of some movie hero Converting that expression sweet and bland, Into dismay, amid the crowd's jeers! The proposed three cornered bowling tournament between Lethbridge, Barons and Calgary trundlers, home and home games are flxed for Calgary next Tuea- day, Lethbrldge on Thursday and Barons on Friday. Taber Takes 5-3 Battle From The Pincher Sextet First League Games for These Teams at Clean Game (From Our Own Correspondent) TABER, Jan. first Crow lea- gue game in which the locals hare yet engaged, was played tonlgbFat Pincher Creek between the Taber and Pincher aggregations, and resulted id a victory for the.Taber team by a score of The game was a good one, clean, fast hockey and the offi- cials wore white gloves for once, as no penalties -were required and no casulties..resulted. The Taber men took the. noon train for Skypilotvllle, and found good treatment and fair, hard and fast ice to aeal with. Davis missed connections, expecting to be back, but his absence was made up for by Beaudy and B. Malo. A crowd of 200 saw the game and fully enjoyed it. Four 15 minute periods were play- ed and there was little trouble from wind or wet. Both teams were In good fettle and made good playing, but Taber had made great Improvement in forward combination. In the first period, 'incher could not get through the Taber defence, which was in fine working order, Taber scoring twice, Douglas in 4 minutes and Carleton as- ilsted by Douglas in 10 minutes. _3incher picked up in the second, Alexander netting a tally in 8 minutes Vic Podger hot Vic Podger cold Vic Podger In the net Stopped 100 goals. (With congratulations to Mrs. Mother I went to the alleged hockey match, but what I saw was a team from Cole, man at batting practice with Mr. for Lethbridge on the receiv- ing and. It was a two-round battle between Coleman and Podger. It ended a tie and I don't blame Colemaa none for not going on with the struggle. They had to. chains their cloea and catch a train before 2 a.m. and Mr Podger was gettin1 better all the time, so they said, what's the use of shooting ourselves ragged and butting our heads against a stone wall. Mr. Podger uses a pair of radiollte eyes, sees in the nuthin.' dark and missed That was a great idea, only using half the ice at one time. When bridge goal was in the 'east used the east end, the west they used the west half. That's fine idea, conserves the ice wonderful. Mr. Podger had only one certain "Duke" de Henderson made periodical visits carrying new year's greetings from Mr. Podger to the goalie from Cole- man, telling him they was having lots of Iiin at the other end of the rink, but not improving their home run re- cord any. He also informed the C goalie that they still used a puck in hockey C. goalie didn't hardly believe it. They ought to have provided the Coleman goalie with a coat hook to hank hlsself on. He had uuthln' to do and lt'3 a shame to wear out a pair ot skates standing around doing nuthin.' Mr. Podger only let one by him and that was so Coleman wood be shure to stick for the half. It was another good changing ends every 15 minntat, so as Coleman couldn't sar Mr. Podger had the. best of the visibility. He was perfectly fair with them In that respect, ir they "wanted to hare had a goal net in cen- :re ice, so as they could use back and '-ont, I guess he wood not care, what! If Lethbridge is going to play hoc- ley why. not see about lending Mr. Podger 5 more players, it's awful lone- some feeling for only him and the Duke" entertaining strangers all alone, but of curse they do their best But for the look of the thing they ought to have atleas' I more fellows play with them. I don't blame Coleman none, I think they nwd sound Judgment. Anyway Mr. Podger to bed at 12 p m and he could only playeil with them an- other 1 1-2 hours and anyway the spectatori only pd.'for 1 hour in the 1st place and I was coid in the 2nd place. I was numb to my elbows and ness and I inches of my nose was froze up Yours truly MRS. IAMA PEACH. CITY HOCKEY GAME FRIDAY The city Hockey League In Lethbrldge Ice opens on Fri- day night it the L.A.A.A. rink Wnen Coa4hunt vliUa the VeUr. ant. There should be a big crowd on deck' for thlt M Coalhurat Ii playing a whale of a game while the vett art going to be out In forw to smooth off tlw rough edges' and get' In practice for future district league games. ZBYSZKO TO MtET NEW YORK, Jan. Zbyszko, who is matched to wrestle Jim Londos In San Francisco on Jan- uary 14, left here for the coast today in tip-top conditio'n. SKATINQ DEFI CHICAGO, Jan. Staff, former international Indoor and outdoor skater, nas accepted a chad- lenge from Everett McOowan of St. Paul, new. national champion, for a series of races leading up to a contest for the international title. McGowan also named Edmujd Lamy ot Sara- nac Lake, N. In .tha challenge CURLING and. Taber hird, Van getting a zero. In the Orman swept down for loud Attorney General Palmer has told us how he got coal for the country, hut nobody has yet tola us what be- came of it. another Taber goal In exactly 10 sec- nds, McPharland netting another in minutes, while Beaudy. added a hird iu 8 more, Dubuc coming back or the Creek in 14 minutes, after the eriod began. The fourth period roved a Pinchrr rally when Alexand- r again came to the fore with a hird tally for the Creek, Taber play- ng a defence game and getting an- ther cipher. Taber was manoeuvring or a big attack when the gong rang vith the score in favor of the! liners. The lineup: 'incher Creek goal defence defence right centre left subs subs The Roniplel 'Ferule, where the benipiel Is to h held this year, has changed the dat from Feb. 1st; to January 17th. Herchmer, the ..boss curler of 'the 'spiel city, writes that he has private information from Foster, the man who makes the weather, that the Ice wil bo tight for that week. The local curlers already shap tog up their rinks for the 'spiel. Those who have already signified their in. tention of going line up as follows: Hamilton, skip, J. F. Simpson, H P. Keith and Geo. B. Mackay. Carberry, skip, Baird, Miles, Col- lins. Clarke, skip, Wm, Scott, R, A Smith. MoNabb, skip, Marnoch, Andrews. Kirkham, skip, Menzle, Pilling, Gra- ham. There is a competition to be played by one rink from each club, represent- ed at the Fernie 'spiel." This will have to bu commenced in Lethbridge on Monday next. Those who intend go- ing to Fernie are asked to notify the secretary as soon as possible so that this draw may be arranged. It is hoped to send at least eight rinks to Fernie this year..Fernie came here with five rinks and owing Ladies' Hockey Team and Curl- erg Both Spoiling For toe Fray (From Our Own CorresnondentV FERNIE, Jan. and skat- ers who had reckoned upon having a i durlnftne -holidays upon C8' ?ere but this evening gives promise of a little hard-' er weather and the young ladies of the. Fernie Ladles' Hockey club are allis lexander rmstrong annuls aggart ubuc eardon Taber L. Malo Carleton "McPharland Van Orman Beaudy Douglas B.' Malo Blue Particulars of the game were phon- ed in from Pincher Creek to the Herald man. here by arrangement and the score duly posted in the local theatre. WILSON READY TO MEET MIKE O'DOWD NEW YORK, .Ian. Wil- son, who won the middleweight box-' ing championship from Mike O'Dowd last May, is now "ready and willing j to grant him a return bout" or to! any middleweight the pub-1 Ma manager, Marty KII-; Lloyd George says the Irish fac- tions are getting together. The list of casualties has not yet arrived. (Copyright National Newspaper Wilson has been under a piiyaic-. ian's care live of the seven months he I has held the title., Killllea said. Ban also took a minute's rest for triji- Ping. All Played Well Lethbridge was playing without Marlon which made some difference IB tho defense combination, but his SCOTCH GOLFER place was creditably nlled by Dnke IN PHILADELPHIA Henderson of the Mnunties. ?'reil I'cn-1 PHILAI'KM'IHA T-m f__ TOUT i derson played the ba.'k division with j Thompson, 'the Scotch him, and was as goorl as nvnr. I'anl i donal who finished second in and richer on the forward Him work-'1 son's Scolch oiien ih m w Ed hard but hail tm.xh luck iu their spending the winter'in WHB, while efforts to play combina-; has accepted the position of instructor lion were futile In moat instances, with the Gauntry Club of fonnd "'en'Mlvcs near Richmond and will rooort for BiUy Henderson played his usual duty A uril 1. lairmorels 12 to 2 Winner (Special to The Htrald) BLAIRMORE, Jan. more sextet took Macleod Into the first name of the sea- son here tonight by a ttore of 12 to 2. The Blairmores under Cap- tain Barboar were going like a house afire from the flrtt to the bell and completely mowed under tha boys from Wind-' City. A big crowd the gam: ad hockey hi fever heat fl CROW LEAGUE SCHEDULE MAY BE REVAMPED League will call a meeting ot the league executive shortly to consider a couple of import- ant matters. The Coleman team ia under- stood to be entering a written protest claiming Wednesday night's game in Lethbrldge. THIs will have to be dealt with immediately. There is also'a considerable feeling amongst league clubs that the schedule coiiM be revamped, bringing the games closer together and thus ending up the league and deciding tho winner in time tor the provincial play-off. The suggestion is that, there should he three games on two nights of each week, say Tuesdays and I'rldays. A re-arranged sched- ule will likely be presented at the meeting which may be held at Macleod. back with four the following week, and usual carried home quite a bit of bacon. Lethbridge intends tc re- turn the compliment. There are five open competitions the Grand Challenge, the Walker, the Macleod, the Magrath. the Trites- Wood, and two closed competitions The interproyincisi, in which all B. C. draw against an equal nnmber from Alberta, and the winning prov- ince play down. The other closed event is for a new cup put up this year by Coleman. It is the one al- ready mentioned, where only one rink from each club is represented. Fernie curlers are the best of hosts and a big turnout of visitors is anti- cipated. Draw TonifHii Crawford vs Hied. Dinning va Peat. Marnoch vs Stewart. Hamilton vs McKenzie. BAND TONIGHT 8 to 10.30 o'clock. Admlttlon and 2Sc. PHONE 1849. TOMORROW NIGHT HOCKEY MATCH COALHUR8T LETHBRIDGE We Arc Experts In Repairing and Tires New Tires and Tubes Sold. In Hand Tires LETHBRIDGE VULCANIZING WORKS 712 3rd Avenue South E. PHONe taf 410 MFTH STMCCT HOCKEY RESULTS SEATTLE 2, VICTORIA 1 SEATTLE, Jan. and Seattle battled here tonight, to a one goal to one draw with the call of time, but the home team edged out in overtime period, winning by two to one. The game was fast and furious throughout. PAPIN VS. CHANfY TONIBHT BALTIMORE, Jan. Papln, French lightweight champloa boxer and George Chaney of Balti- more, who has a long list of knock- -outs to his credit, will meet it in a 12-round decision (t HERALD" Football Competition RULES OOVERNINO, THE COMPE- TITIOIM ARE AS FOULOWS: 1. competition will be called The HeraU Football Competition. 2. Compftltbrs fclll be entitled to many entries ui they aeslre, provided each entry Is accompanied by twenty- live centfl, and coupons to the num- ber of entries. 3 Competitors crow out the names of the clubs they think w !1 loso and cross out the names ot boih If they consider a draw will result 4. Coupons can only be secured from Ihe Sporting of The Herald 5. All monies received will bo re- turned in prlMS. The amount and numbers of prizes will be published ".very Monday morning for that week'a jaroeg. or competitions will be Subllahed every Wednesday and to tactesslul competitors will )f? mnllPd immediately on receipt of by the. Athletic News C. .Ml entries must be posted or'de- Ivered to The Herald before mid- nlTht on Fridays. A Friday post- murk frnm points outside of ths r-llv of Letlinrtdle will con.ldered as containing n legitimate entry 7. The name and address of mmputllor must be clearly marked on each coupon. 8. Stamps must not be used as oiv- ifint for entries. y X m 11. Employees of The Herald arrH from the competition. Signed CUP TIE GAMES PLAYED JAN. 8TH. ENTRIES CLOSE JAN. 7TM MIDNIGHT Queen's Park R. vt Arwnal. Swlndon vs United. Liverpool vi Manchester Unlttd Reading vi QntlMi. Wolverhampton Watford vi Extter. Luton vi'Birmingham. Notts County vi Wtat Bromwlch. Sundtrland vi Cardiff. Alton Villa vi Bristol City. Tottenham va Bristol Rovtri. Everton vs Stockport Blackburn vs Fulham. Brentford vi Huddirafltld, Preston vi Bolton. Notts Foreit vt Newcastle. 1 enter the Herald Football Com- petition In accordance' with tbe rules and conditions announced above, art to accept ths pub. lished decision as final and ;