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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta VHE DAILY r WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1'BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. Me Manil anila WOULD Ot OfLUJKTEQTO HAVE fOMK I MUSRf v INVITED UL0 I tWXE tniTH TO -t .1 NO LIKE TO RE. I'LL TOOW. ftROTMER-HE CERTAINLY KNOWS ItOW TO WORLD OF Lethbridge At Pincher i District Game Tonight They're awiyJ'ln District League. :LethbrIdge hockeyists boarded tht westbound this .morning bound for Pinchtr Creek where they will tonight In the first game of the league schedule to be played and they arc.canfid- ent that they will come home with 1 scalp No. 1 tucXed In their bslts. .Sutherland will be between the posts for the locals. In front of him he will have Meriftn and either Bert Taylor or Rtfeer. The forward line will be competed of Fred and Billy Henderson, Boucher and Turcotte. Six mm hockey will be played, allowing two substitutes. Reg. McGIIHs, star, Taylor was unable to go along but Billy Hencfcrson, Turcotte an'd Boucher on the forward tine tfys Plncherites are due to .see a brand of.speed. Dinning of the.Dls- League is working hard to get the league away to a good start, and Is also Interested in the proposal for a winter carnival here next week, featuring a hockey game followed by skating every night during the week whllt the big 'spTet is on. Prob- ably i couple of the district fu- gue could be crowded En for the week's entertainment and Interest irf the game run up to fever pitch. All deptndi on the tee of course but the outlook is good. The 'hteacher wsts In end the fant> can sit on top of the warld and see every move-. of the Bladlators In the arena, Forty-five hundred Calgary fans turned.'out .to >see the C.C.'s per- form there Mondiy night, Leth- bridge can turn out a thousand a night for a week and put tho rink on easy street. v put acroas If the westhcrman gives us half a; chance. AND REPOSE 10 GO-I.1 as Much in Wire To Interesting.- Career Jan. roicei here today that Goprgo "Dabe" lluth, of tbo Boston American Leagiio champion home run hitler, woipd protest hla transfer to the New- York Americans, wero Etrenglhened by the following telegram from him received by Joseph Igo, .bis business manager here "Will not play any-n-bero but Doslon. I learo lor tbo eiil Monday." Igo, upon learning of the transac- between Harry Frazco, ownor of tho Boston club, and Mlllor Jluggins, manager of Iho New York club; lei eg ran bed Ihe Information to ftulh at Angeles. Ho gave as reason for Ruth's reply that tht! "honte lilng had tnvestcd his Tnoriey in the cigar bualneas here- jTalurally dosiro to be hero as much possible. Rulh's baseball career has been interesting one. As ail orphan in- mate of a Baltimore charitable school, lie played on Its team and hla nlt Ing attracted tho notice ot Manager Dunn, of thu Baltimore Eastern guo club. Tho laltiT adopted him through the courls, in order lo obtain Ills release from the school and Ruth rushed to tho front of tho Eastern League pitchers. The Boaton Ameri- purcbaeod Ruth anil bin pitch- ing team mate Sbovo from Baltimore In J9H. Shore quickly developed as a star, while lluth's wildness caugecl liira to ha .lent td tlie Providence club. But In 1916 Ruth's pitching skill was controlled aud ho -.von IS games, los- ing gevou." In aubaequont seasons ftbillty to hit long hits caused him lo be used frctjuently In tho pinches and from star pitcher he be- camo their most dependable and the leagua'n heavlst hlltor alternnllng be- tween tho outfield1, pitching boi and second base In an oihlbltlon vcraatll- Ity seldom equalled In Iho big leagues. CURLING Tha draw committee hag given out the drawn from Wednesday nlgtil to the end of the week. This will be likely tho only Mat published ontslda of the rosllng at tho rink, The New Year's day competition and the Brew- try will not be cleaned up by the dale bonirpiel opens, k But irlth two (Jra-ira t eveiy one should nave a good week's curl- ing out o! It. The particulars of tbe draws follow: Wednesday, Jan. 7th. 7 p.m. vs R. A. tlrairford. vs Parks. Peat VB McKqazle. Carberry VB Kirkliam McNabb VB Scott t p.m. Hamilton vs Sfcellh (NYDO) s" Clark vs (NTDC) WaTnock vs Scott. Crawford w. Stewart. Johnson ra Taylor. Thursdiy, Jjn. 8th. 7 p.m. Peat vs Johnson Clark vs Shoviherd. Uvle vs R. A. Unnvford. v> Eoyd. Hamilton va HKelth. vs McNabb vs'Crawford, Wra. Marnoch vs Taylor. Nelson va Blmpson. Johnson vs Stewart. Friday, JJR. Mh. 7 p.m. Macleod TS Alrd. Clark vs Fox. Shepherd va Reid va Hamilton. Boyd vs McKeiizle. 9 Atrd vs. Carberry. Marnock vs Crawford. Taylor vs Scott. Kirkham vs Kelson. vs Uvle. Sstutdny, J5r.. tOih. 7 p.m. Jlarra vs Pox va Held. Airrt vrt McKenzte. Peat Macleod. Taylor vs Stewart. 9 p.m. (Duff vs Klrkham. Scoll vi] Johnson. Nelson vs 11. A. Crawford. And two games yot to be taken from Iba Now Ycar'n Day competition. Jn Ihe Browory Competition the fol- lowing KSDICH have etlll to be iilaycd to complete the schedule that IB with- out the playing oft of ties and tho finals. Stelth vs Shonbord, (Skeltli vs Relii. P.tid vs vs Foi. McKonzIo vs Cflrberry. Taylor va McXabb, Duff va Simpson. Davldeon vs Nelson. Klrkbam vs Llvlc. Will Fight Dempsey at Tia Juana But Stipulates 55- Round Go P'ARIS, Jan. 7.-rM. Descamps, manager of Gflorgea Carpentler, wired James Cofforlh, manager of the Tia Juana track, last ev- ening, accepted the terms for a championship bout between CarpeniTer and Dempsey in Am- The only exception taken wsj regarding the length of the battle. Carpentler being unwilling to fight over 15 riurii: and fav- oring 10 roundi. The decision to accept Coffroth's offer of a 000 purse came after a long con- sultation with French promoters, In-whlch the latter expressed their Inability to meet the offer of the .American. "This talk of a A5 round fight is cald Descamps last night. "If the championship can not be settled Inside 15 rounds, then neither Dempsey nor my boy is' worthy to be champion of the world." .to' split the parse claiming cirpep'ter as big ai.drawlng card sey, whether the.flght It staged in Amerioa, England or 'France. French promoters .wtre disheart- ened by 'the of Americans and have given up the Idea of holding the fight in, their country, one saying: "The Americans knocked out before we entered the for the'last.Wednesday in September. On Ibis occasion, as heretofore, 5 points will be given 1'or first plate, three points for second place and one point for tbird place jn each event. Hereafter, Hardieville will bo allow- ed only one competitor In each event, Centre; School three competitors, [and each ;ifie---'otbe'r compelitors. Points gained lu novelty events will be counted toward tho school championship bat not for the Individual cbampltib'shfpl'and ao pupil in elandard be allowed to'-conipete In the finals in a novelty event. All pupils 10 years of age and over clasil- ficd KB follows: I Class .over 90 13 to 1G years of age. Class over SO Ibs. aud'not SO Ibs., and from 13 I o fifteen years of age. Class 6VIbs. ind.not over 80 Ibs, Class 65'ib's'.> or-noder snd from 10 to'lSJrears'of-ai Pupils over 1C pete in high If pupil belongs to ,'a class bul i: or-soiiwill be placed in the under age, he in the class The points the Fie'foViDly meet by each'school Vlll'be multiplied according to; the1 same, ratios Applic- able in the caM.oticas'JS garnet. The following eveuts sre to be-'run off during the month of June, every pupil taking part. In each school tfia average jump or throw of each class, as defined above, will be recorded and In each event- tbo school with the best be given 5 points, the school -with the second best aver- age will ba. given 3 points and the school coming''tiiird'.Vfll be given 1 poinl. For the boys competition will include running tyGjad Jump; running poleXvaufu'hop, step rai'd ;jump; 'and Fof the will', fea (provided including baseball throw and j basket ball tb'row. Boys and girls will The Irrigated Acreage C.P.R. Lethbridge: belt, as It Is fcnown by the company officials, contains the Magrath, Ray- mond, Welling, Stirling, east Leth- bridse and the famous Coaldale dis- The total to which irri- gation waa supplied this year acres, divided approximate- ..r as follows Magrath district........ acrei Raymond, Welling and Stirling districts acres Coal d acres The Irrigated Crops are the acreages under kind of crop throughout the area last year ..-----Ifa acres'- .'Timothy 8.142 acres v Wheat----- acres 1 Osts............. acres IFIax............. acres acres 25 acres 05 acres 752 acres 121 acres Greenfeed........ acres Grass acres v acres provided.the exhibition is performed the" stipenrislon'of at ieast'two Summary of New Rules Drawn Up By Sports Committee of Teachers Alliance Superintendent Black 'announces lhat on the advice of the sports com- mittee of the Iocs! teachers'' alliance. Ihe customs and regulations govern- ing field day and all atiilctic games and contests In the L'tiblic and high schools have been carefully re- vised. The chief purpose has Veen to make _the inter-school contest, in which hitherto the smaller schools have beoiJ Bomewhal seriously handi- capped and to spread through Iho year the interest that lias previously been to loo great an silent confined o field day and the months preceding I Tlia following summary of the rules {to date will be of Intc-rest lo all pupils [and irlends of healthy school sports. j Provision has biton made for" a BCrlan of league Barnes in football, baxebail, according to' Hie sen- Ron of llm year, finch srudol may be represcnlerl by one or irioro teams. The winning teams shall be awarded M points, in tho inter-school cham- pionship crnteat; the loams obMinir.g second pluco is to be givon 20 points; third team. 15 points, fourth team, 10 minis, team 6 points, j At Iho end of June the total num- iticr of polnta won by each school led- JKUB duriiiR tho school year (Septem- to June) will he multiplied jicc'orrl- jlnp to the following raliii: 1'olnls ohtalneri by a school having fewer than players over 12 years of and otherwise eligible- will h multiplied by fnur; points obtained In school frinii If, to 30 ciisibli' piayrro v.-lil ho. iniilllnlioil by two; [loinls cib- (allied in a sriuiol with (o CO digi- player A will he multiplied by onr> iind a half; pohiln nhtalnciT In a schoul with 61 to JOil eligiblo.nlayers will be unaffected by Ibis rule; points ob- tained In a school with lo 150 players eligible shall bo multiplied by four-fifths; and points oblalned In a school wllh over 160 pupils eligiblo to play '-will multiplied by two thirds. The annual Held scheduled judges who know the rules pertaining to the of thine Judges being a disinterested person.' or a meraber of school.': recoi-d Is'broken the competitor" "Is to bo given points tor his school. The foregoing list-of events' will aleo be run off a Ifw daya before the An- nual Field TUeel for Individual -Cham- plonship, the principals and other per- sons selected -by thejphyslcal Instruc- tor to actias Spiked shnes will be hnrred-except for high school events. It Is intended to conduct the prim- and kEndergarten races In ac- cordance with the general plans fol- lowed last year. Details regarding high school sports will be published later. In so far as practicable the separate school pupils will be Included In the above plans if their school authorities approve. TRAIN FOR 8PEED RACES NEW HAVEN, -ponn, Jan. 6.- tioberl McLean, champion skater of the world..left bore'today for Ijiko Placid, X.Y.. to begin training for a championship series of six races In Frebniary.'-against -'Oscar '.Malhlason, of Cbrfstlania, Norway. McLean will sail trom Xow, Jan. 10. fipLFF.R.MAY LOSE HIS-LEI-T ARM NBW 'YORK, Jail' '-M. Cranford, N.J., clmmplon of Ihe liallusrol club and runner up In tli6 New Jersey slato amateur championship, may lose Ills left arm of ivikaccidenL yesterday "c wns ahoyb the .y.ilic revolvla'g jiropellcr blade of an aero v WILL WAIT AND SEE HOW FIKST BUNCH KARB (Conlinucd from Front Page) irigaled 82.230 acres The Average VieliJs was the crop raised on theso al-eas? Naturally this as a hard ques- tion to> answer without taking a census ai every farm under the tlltch but for purposes of estimating the Herald has used the following tons per acre. ton per acre. bushels per acre. acre. bushels per acre. bushels per ocre. bushels per aero. tons fodder per acre. Garden per acre. tons per acre. Green Ions per acre. ..Mlied ion par acre. HO per acre. -Figures Conservative Impossible to say that high. .The.gra'in fjg- much :iower 'than the ten jyeaf "averago for 'Irrigated "crops at the Experimental Fann. In fact they, are about the .ten year average for "dry Southern Al- berta, and are" not-near the average dry "land" 1915 and 1S16. Bnt they are placed low for two realons. The main one Is that the 'experience of many of the farm- ers- In the Irrigated belt was, last summer, June 1st there w_as enough natural moisture for good growth and no attempt made to .irri- Then, when Ihe drouth and tho hot t winds struck, all Irrlgatlonlsls rushed to lake all the waler they could get at the same time. Naturally tho canals could only deliver a certain amofint with the result that farmers saw beautiful' fields burn up right under their less than average'dry land crops were 'harvest- en. But had the, Irrigation farmer taken the wale.r.for grain crops carHfcr'ln'lhi'iprliiK' or' had 'ho given his wheat and oat lend R good'fall the result would have been different, for as high as bushels of wheat on a whole quart- er where water Vas.'applte'i!