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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX OK LETHBM1X1R DAILY HBHAIIt. THURSDAY, JANUARY BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus i HWE IT- t'Ul. OUT THE 50 iEE CANT ME i Vt COT TO 41T OOT j WT HOW- M "fO 40 TO THE OPf.fW WITH now AM HI W 40 OOT FRONTDOOR 7, St 5 QUEBEC. Jin. Quebec oti first, victory ot eeasou ihli evening at the local renn, they. detetted tilt To- ronto St. Patricks, 7 to .5.. TrlpU In P. C, H. L, SEATTLE, Jan. sktled nto ft trlple.tle (or the Pacific Coast lIoMfciv Letgue tonlgbt when hey administered, a Round defeat to Victoria lu the BpecUcular Ico lasslou ot the ceatou by a'scon of to The victory makes three cams tied for tlrsV Hockey Results SPENCE BROS. TAXI Cltx Conntry Trips. Healed Phono WORLD OF Whole Week of Hockey Mapped Out For Fans Starting on Monday Night OTT AUTO LIVERY Special Service on Country Trips Phones 787 Reilderw 1210 Lethbridge Hockey Sextette Takes 14-3 Win From Pincher Locals Bored in'and Bulge'En-icolta and Henderson followed wilcl emv's Nels 14 .BobWe took a long shot I from left wing which got past Suther- erScored Once Each lleuderson came down and poked n Tiirrnttp Rphpr tlie fourth counter for this period. n, forwarda werc and Boucher'do the Scoring. (Special lt> The -PINCHUIt CREEK. Jan. bridge district hockey league team clearly established their superiority over'tlie Pincher Creek sextette here 'last night in the first game of. the Ifeagtut sciipdule when they bulged the nets U.iinies. while Ihe Pincher Creekers only find the way past Sutherland :three times In tho hour's play. Tho boys Irom llie prairies themselves to be in good trim pnd nifty silck-handler.s as well as fast.when a run up the ice was called for. ,i The Pincher boys were some- what off color. They had not played u game this season-arid did not have eye along, hut they sat- isfied local fans that they will be heard'from yet before tho schedule is finished. The score by periods 2, Pincher Second i, Pin- cher 1. Third S, Pincher 1. In the first period Turcolte scored In five minutes, Boucher following up In abtmt two minutes for the second counter for L3thbridge. Wallace- of Iho locals started a bombardment of liio Letlibrlds? goal, but Sutherland had. Ills eye on me puck and made pomp brilliant saves. Ono of his shots rot past and Ilia session ended 2 lo 1 in favor of the visitors. Reber bulged tlio uels for Inc first counter for the Ltithbridgo crew. Tur- and making nil their shots from with- in ten feet of the goal. Tho third, period was all Leth- bridse, with Turcotle, Henderson and lleber playing a tune on the Pincher nets which'sounded like sure victory. Le.Uibrldge scored eight in this ses- slou. Pinchcr Creek meets Lethbridge on Thursday nighl ot next week when they will have a greatly, improved team and '.he LothbridjM tans may look forward to a game worth while. The line-up: Pincher Creek. Lethbridge. M. Boyes.......Goal Sutherland Marion D. Wallace.....Cover Henderson Marqtit.1........Centre Turcotte II. Purkis......It. Wing.B. Henderson Double.........L. "Wing.....Boucher Iteler substituted {or Lethbridge. PATSY CLINE BADLY BEATEN DETROIT, .Mich.. Dec. Klzsimmons, of New York, scored a technical knockout uver Patsy Cltne, of Newark, In the round ot their scheduled lO-round -iiout here tonight. Cline was badly' bcaton In the tirst round; was down in the third, and had taken a count of six in the final rounti when bis seconds threw up the sponge. Tonight at eight o'clock sharp. Taylors and Coalhursl will In a city hockey league fixture at the L.A.A.A. rink. It will be the first game since the weather- man cent along some ice and while the Ice-sheet is not In the best of condition It Is as goort as it was the night Taylors and the Mountles clashed. There ought to be a big crowd out for this yame.' Coalhurst Is coming with a big aggregation of rosters and the Taylors have a big following. The Taylors have one win In the league EO far, hav- ing taken the scajp of the Mount- ies in an uphill fjght. The Coal- hurst crew have lost their, only start but they have been practic- ing every day for the past week or two. They trimmed Carmangay the other night and are out to get the goat of the Taylor crowd Here's a, chance to see Fat Mc- Leod work. He's worth going' a long way to see. The Taylor crew, it Is under- stood, are minus the services of their star, Reg. McGillis, but they will have Judge and Ole Stone in uniform and perhaps a couple of the other stars Jack Taylor has on his staff. On Saturday night there will be another city league game, and this should 'be a bear. The Vet- erans and the Mountlcs will be the contenders. Nuf Bed. Beth teams .boast some particularly fast puck artists, and there been a feeling for a long lime that when the two outfits met there would be sor.iethlng worth seeing. Just keep It In mind for Saturday night. It is possible the game will be started late In order to give those employed in stores a chance to be on deck. The juniors are likely to stage' a game Thursday night after the regular affray. Rotarrans and Knox are picked to clash in the league opener. Thiee City League Games, Two District League Games With Saturday Nifjit Game to be Coincide With Bonspiel and Pincher Creek to be Visiting for the Wind-up. Get Iliis! I l.elubridge Ke carnival all neii I week is go'iiig to be a thing of real- ity. This was decided Wednesday ;afternoou by President Dinning of the eily and district hockey leagues In conference with other officials of tbe clubs and leagues. Hockey, Monday, Tuesday, Wednes- 'day, Thursday and Friday nights', with skating following every game, and with the possibility ot a monster wind-up game on Saturday evening either between two city teams or Leth- bridge and one of the district league teams, this to be determined by Iho 'weather and other league conditions. i And a Hockey Club dauce on Friday evening is on the boards too for Fri- day night. A committee is being ap- pointed to look iiilo the feasibility of .this proposition au'd a definite report may be expected shortly. i During Bonspiel Week All this with tho-bonspie! going on u the curling rink along side the skat- ing rink at the same time promises to BRENNAN OUTPOINTS MADDEN KrjSOSHA, Wis., Jan. Dren- can, of Chicago, Uarlloy Madden, of New'York, In a 10-round no-declaion contest last night. The nion are heavyweights. TOBACCO SERIES No. I Dnwlng from an cctual photograph of typical TotMcco fkht to (he "Old Bplt'J North defeating '.he Unlled last night the L.D.S. changed tho whole league standing with the exception of tbct- own place. The L.D.S. were now ago up to their isual form ami came near being forced to except the short eml ot the 15 to 11 score. Coal MACDONALDS TOBACCO Chewing Tiie United worked liard for a vic- ory which they should hnve got but Lady Luck was pulling for the L.D.S. so what could a fellow do. Fat Peterson and l.akiu did the lieavy shooting for Their respective :eams. Players UNITED Points L. Hcdenslrom............... 0 Alt Walton................. 0 All. Walton 2 A. Ltiktn.................... (1 C. Tamhor 3 11 LD.a. Fat I'eteraon................ 5 O. Ursenbach 0 Kesv.icr J Cliff. I Tilfack 1 give tho fans ot Lethbridge a week of winter sports such as tlio town tias never before Attempted. Everybody Boost IJvery organization in the city is asked to get beb3nd. tills 'enterprise and boost It to put it over. The A.A. which undertook the erection of the skating rink has been badly hit by Ihe warm weather just in the holi- day season of tho year when It should liavc been going full blast. The re- sult. Is that the hockey leagues, both district and city, are away behind in their schedules and the Idea of the week of hockey is to catch up. CFiance for Skaters Skaters are to be taken care of after each game. -The games will all slart sharp at eight o'clock, and allow- ing for two five minute rests between periods will bo all over at 9.10 leav- ing ah hour and n half for skating. The weather these nights Is plenty cold enough to make good tough Ico nrt the skaters will get plenty ot sport alter watching the speed artists get in their fancy touches. Parade Talked Of There Is a possibility that a big parade for Monday evening will bo arranged if all hockeyists and curlers can be interested so that the week will start of! with tho proper oclat. The Hockey Schedule The hockey schedule for tbe week is ns follows Monday, Jnn, vs. Vets. Tuesday, Jan. at Jxjth- bridge. Wednesday, Jan. vs Ihurst. Thursday, Jan. Creek at Lethbridgo. Jan. vs Mounted Police. Saturday, Jan. be decided This gives two outside teams anil all city league loams a chance to dls play their wares, and if the weather Is good for the week we promise tho citizens that they will the wildest, most rabid baud ot fans ever seen In this old burg. Should be Big Crowds There are hundreds ot sport lovers in Lethhrldge who have never seen a hockey game, who If they one would m-ver ntlss a chance lo see tbe next. The idea of Interesting the various organizations IE to get these likely hockey fans out to see one game, and If that is the Monday night they would be there evary night for the rest of the week. The liockey executive also invites the people from the surrounding towus and country to come in to see some of the games. Bleachers have been erected which will accommodate- three or four hun- dred and tho boards are n convenient resting place for the bugs who like the rail. Altogether -a thousand peo- ple can be accommodated nicely, and that's about the number tho hockey club expects for each ijame. Altogether it threatens to be some week, iu Let bond Re and will put ockey and curling on the map here tronger than ever. D. League Standing S United Wesley Knglisl 15 0 2 2 Bight Round No Decision Affair With Bantam Champion of Yank Army ST. LOUIS, Jan. Wilde British flyweight boxing champion, to day .was In excellent condltoln for hts second. American appearance here to night in. a scheduled 8-round bout with. Johnny Asher, bantamweight chain lion of the American ExVic-lltlouary 'orce The contest will he a no-de clslon affair. "Wildo was given a guarantee and Asher was promised 15 per cent of the receipts. Wilde will weigh about. 104 and Ash er 115 pounds when they enter tho ring. CURLING Mexican City Across California State Line is Picked by CoiTroth THE BIG. BONSPIEL Tho curlers are going ahead plan ng for holding.the Crows Xpst Bnmch lonsplel on the date as set, Moa he 15th. The mljii weather left all lubs without Ico or at best u mere kin of very .thin Ice. LelhhriOge with their high-roofed rink were abloi o start curling ori-Mouday last when he thermometer dipped but since hen have not been' able to add very ivuch to It. For Bonspiel work where he Ice-is in'usof praclically the- 24 lours of the "day, a-good depth of Ice s needed to siaiid and In any case ho thicker- the body the the iurface. So as a postponement is undesirable lartlcularly bonsplels, the Lelh- irldge committee decided to go ahead, and put ori extra men so the rink could be flooded every: nighl, and then ;Iven no belter than freezing weather hey could lie In fairly good shape. Zero or better for a day or EO would nako everything Jake. If a postponemenL becomes absol- utely necessary, notico will he given early Saturday morning. But 11. Is hoped that this will not be necessary. Already the entries are coming in iv wire and 'phone.' The hotels also lave much accommodation already looked for Boiisplcl Cole-man, n now club this ycar.-wlll bo represented by two rinks..i Vulcarii nave also signified their intention by wire; their entry is also two rinks. So with the -smaller clitbs, doing so well, the blg.clubsl should.run tlie en try list up to 35 or better. Few citizens' outside of' the curlers themselves realize Just what [lonsplels mean to the We will have as our guests the business men good fel- lows from every town up and down the Crow ami the Macleod and Alder- syde branches. Rinks will be here from Cranbrook, Pernie, Coleman. Pincher Creek, Macleod, Taber, How Island, Carmnngay, Vul- can. Claresholm.'Granmn and possibly Barons. Medicine Hat also have been writ- ten to and given ail urgent invitation lo be on hand. It would be goad news to hear that "Big Smoke" Bert Wright and Simpson would be here to renow acquaintances. Mr, Curler, boost the Bonspiel. Talk It to your friends, so that the citizens will be reminded to glvo tho good hand and warm greeting to our visi- tors. lloost Lethhridge by boosting the Spiel. Monday, January 12tli and It will last a full week. Tuesday's Results Hamilton won from Clark. Macleod won from I3oyd. Skellh won from Fox. Peat won from Barberry. Marrs won from Held. McKenzle won from Parks. Simpson won from Llvie. R. A. Crawford won from Davidson. Wednesday Night's Results Duff won.from R. A. Crawford. Afrd won from Parks. McKenzle won from Peal. Carborry won from Klrkhara. Clark won from Marrs'. Marnoch won from Scott. Stewart won from W. Crawford. Eddie Berger 'Jde Fleniteln CITY TAXI SERVICE DAY AND 'NIGHT Tript a Specialty Phone 1896, Office 409 3rd Avt. S., Lethbridge, Alberta. Ride In a McLiimhlln Special, It coitc no more. How Is Your APPETITE? Maybe you need a stimulant. If you do you should lake eier- bowling is the test exercise you can hare for Iho appetite. Try It. Dominion Bowling Alleys Bailment, Dominion Bldg. Entrance on Siith Street. ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 Fifth St. S. ANYTHING IN RADIATORS HERMAN KAYOES RITCHIE MEW OHLBANS, Jan. Herman, of Orleans, bantam- (Weight champion, knocked out Johnny jtlltchle, of Chicago, here tonight in jthe eighth round ol a scheduled ten- I round no-decisEou boring bout. Her- man easily outpointed his opponent >aM scored the knockout with a right hook. THE LATEST DECISION The Is a decided Blonde. Tho but sfco only decid- ed Oplnlpu. PAIIIS, Jan. Carpenller heavyweight champion pugilist o i Franco and England, I.; willing to glv ]concessions In tlio matter of weight lln order lo meet -Jack Dempaey heavywolslil champion of Iho world, in the Untied Slates, according lo a statement niano lo the I'rcps Ijy M. fjesrompji. Carntnlior's malinger, last iilgnt. Dfincamps said he- was wlllinp; lo split Iho JIOO.OOO purss oliered Ijy .lames Coffrotli on a twsls rf CO per cent, for tlie- winner "Car- to a s'range land, fncn a strange climate, give away from 25 lo SO pounds id weight and accent a apllt of CO-10 of Mr. Coffrolh's said "We had Intended lo domain', u 50-50 split, hut nro willing to accept a 60-10 spill In order (o show that this li not merely a money-making proposition, but also a sporting erenl. We will endeavor lo fclyo American sportsmen K real championship battle." LOS Jan. .luana, Mexico, will get the Dempsey-Carpen- tier said .lack Kearns, manager nf the world's champion, when advis- ed today by (lie Associated Press of Carpenllcr's conditional acceptance of I'romoler Coffroth's offer. Kearns raid he would prepare a fur- ther statement within a few hours. Dempsey'i Agreement IX5K AN'OBLES, Calif., Jan, James Coffrotli recently obtained an agreement -from Dompsey's manager, Jack Kearns, for the champion to meet Carpentior at Tla Juana, Mexico, tor n purse of MOO.OOO. The agree- ment with Carnenller'n manager pro- bibly means that the meeting of the two champions will lake place at Tla Junna In the near future. and 4'j per tent, tor the loaor. per.ller Is willing to journey MACLEOD-TASER GAME POSTPONED Electric Welding CAR REPAIRING Lawford Welding Co, 2nd Ave., Opp. Hotel Phone 1E44 We Have Inttalled a Full ment for Repairing MOBILE RADIATORS Can handle all makes ot ctfi. Expert Hot Air Furnace Work, FREEL ELLIOTT .Sheet Metal 336 Bill St. South Phone 1713 Mncleo.l and Taber district hockey teams were scheduled lo play a district league fixture nt Tabs? last night liut owing to the state of the ica II wai postponed, according to a ler received by the district leer- secretary. c- TOHONTO, Jan. for In favor of the Toronto j Hockey Club against the Arena Gar-j dens, has been'awarded by fillet'Jus- tice KalconbrHgo in a judgment given i today, in connection with the long-1 foiight-mit hockoy, dispute. An ar.lion ngalnal the Arena Gardens was tried with another.action by tho 'reronto Hockey Club agalnal Charles Querric, Hubert VearncoMb, Cornell Dencnny, K. It. Noblo, II. U. Cameron, II. >Icc- klng, K. Handall, A. Skinner and 0, Adams. Tho action was for an Injunction and for damages. The Toronto Hoctwy Club claimed Iho service of seven players who had been leased lo Hie Arena Oardene and were rolalncd In spifo of the demands of the Toronto Hochcy Cfub for lliolr return. Vimy Auto Repair Shop M3rM tiicck uin sirest n. GENERAL REPAIRS FOR ALL MAKES. OF CARS, By Experienced Mechanics, FORO SERVICE AGENCY TIRES STORAGE ALL WORK IS GUARANTEED G. F. WILSON, W. TULLOCH ;