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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta I BKiMM UP FATHER" THIS LFTTHBRTDOB DATLY HMALD SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 1921 By G. McManus "GOOD EATS" The f ood, way it u tarr- ed, fVid charge will pleue you. SJL VER GRILL KEIMFIGI IEOFMCIIY LEAGUE BW04 CMlhurst Couldn't Hold the Combina- tion Play Needed on Both Sides VANCOUVER, Jan. Coast Hockey association standing: j P. W. L. P.C.j Vancouver....... 5 o Seattle 7 4 Victoria.......... 6 3 CoaJhnnt Moaftties Pet. 1000 .800 .000 Former Lethbridge Star, Now at Banff, is Wanted For Fast Company (By A. .800! Just Mutlngs .571: We've often gazed upon the statues .3331 of the great, Perched in great pomp In a public place. May Heaven help us from having euch a they look that in form and facoj The true philosopher Is one who can Sit through a morle-sbow, while all around. mumble the sub-titles, nor desire To shed their gore, nor them to the ground: The following from the Calgary Al- 7; Coalhurst 4. No dope was upset last night when the won out in their first game In the city hockey league against the Coalhunt cred of McLeods no surprise to A fair crowd witnessed who taow Frank Boucher's rime which was fast enough all the. nockey ability. The only statement i way but In which neither team challenge Is that Boucher played the combination which makes I" hnaky fellow. Frank is slight eo popular. Both teams hare wouW the greatest oh- t lot to learn in this branch of the nB woulli to overcome in though Vets did better ,1Sto Professional company, than they have done In any ot the' "Hamilton Tigers of Nationa. any they have playfjf far. Tss Coalhurst team comprises hockey league have been trying for some time to tempt Frank Boucher, jump to the professional a brother of Geo. for the Ottawa Boucher IB nifty bunch of and if theyi01 can introduce some combination play they will be hard to Their goalie night was off color U_a hljjiusky defence practically presented Veta with three or tour counters. Podger's net was nicked four times, principally he played for the Lethbridge vets. Boucber is a mounted policeman. R. C. Crawford. L. Blllard Furlong Burden J. McLeod P. CrowdU player and is the whole show with three or four counters, through the good work of L. McLeod, irho played the best game of his- life. The win puts tha Vets on top of league and they hope to retain that position without a break, though Coalhnrst promises there will be i different Btory to tell when the teams meet on Coalhurst ice. The teams lined up as follows Vets Position Coalhurst Podger goal E. McLeod F. Henderson R. Def. ...L. McLeod Reher L. Def. Paul Centre Turcotte L. Wing W. Hendenon R, Wing. Sue MEET TO SETTLE CHICAGO, Jan. mag- nates are arriving for the beginning A few years ago, when you a man reach for his hip pocket, you reached for your own, so that' yon could beat him to the draw and thus harsh treatment. Nowadlys, when yon tee a man reach for his hip- pocket yon eagerly extend your hand to asslit In pleasing treatment. "Revel In Georgia's glorious sun- says an Atlanta paper, most people think about reveling in Geor- gia's glorious Cuban promoters announce that they strong for pentler fight, with a tew reservations. They haven't for the fight, haven't put up any money tor it, wouldn't go to it, and don't want it. Otherwise, it's perfectly all right, and they'll give ui a, great time in Havana. Canntd Corn. Fred Mitchell, Jimmy Burin. Succotash. George HOCKEY RESULTS TIGERS 4; CANADIANS 1. CALGARY, Jan. This waa "at home" night in the Big Four hockey league when the Calgary Tigers and Canadians hooked up for their first clash In this season's schedule, and the Tigers upset the dope by defeating the fast-going Canadians by (core Bull Fighters Also Make Boxers Look Like Pikers in Gold Chase and the natural conclusion if boxers are making big money. BY HER. NEW YORK, Jan. there has been a great deal said about the large being given to fighters, .Chat They do. But they are only common labor- ers In the world of sport when you consider some other branches of ath- letics. There are many sports which pay better than the boxing game. Bull and wrestlers make the prize fighters look like pikers. A good jockey can run up a fortune that any pugilist would envy. The richest athletes in the world are the wrestlers of- India. They accu- mulate fortunes that run Into millions. Goiiblan, a giant from Upper India, was worth when he died. These Indian wrestlers who, by the way, are the in the world, are at- tached to the courts of the Mahara- jahs, who -are fabulously wealthy and reward their favorites with enormous salaries and valuable presents. Gon- blan possessed worth 1000. Make Money Wrestlers everywhere seem to make more money than pugilists. Stecher I earns more than petnpsey. There are no millionaire boxers. Dempsey, Car- ipentier or Leonard surpass the half-million mark some day. How- ever, there are many millionaire mats- men. Hackenscbmldt li worth a mil- lion dollars. Padoubney, Racevltch and Aberg have each gathered close to a million dollars. Strangler Lewis, Caddo'.-k, Wladek Zbyaiko and Stecher The most remarkable feature of A entry list for the week's fbotball competition has come in, aid now the are waiting for the re- and preparing to get Into the contMt next week. A new Hat appears In the coupon. The ate for another 25 years. It is said leagues are back on the league sched- j they are unwilling to bind them- selfes to s. pact that extends beyond the term ot Judge Landis, aa head of baseball for seven years. of a series of meetings Intended to brief baseball war was the fact settle the many problems confront- that it actually kept Babe Ruth out ing sport, most Important of of the spotlight for a little while. which is new national agreement. Today and tomorrow the schedule Many, many people have a single- ot the major leagues will that one truck Is the he in session. The National race-track, tion of Minor Leagues wil meet Mon- day, and the two major leagues will meet Tuesday and there will be a joint meeting of majors and minors Wednesday. Dissatisfaction Is tald to exist among minor league leaders with the proposed national agreement to oper- loon. Racing Info. Sure to Start: Trouble, New Admin- istration, Balkan Wars and Prohibitive Favorite: Wayne B. Wheeler. Likely to Blow Cp: Bubble and Bal- aiei next week which will make a Biflorenee in marking the choices. FUJI are taking more and more in- In Southern Alberta's football eorapetltion, and a continuation AND MITCHELL DRAW eooB lead to another boost In the irlze money. The cup tie games Scratched: Itch and Cootie. Mem to be creating the most Inter- Ht, probably owing to the elimina- tion feature. The cup gamM come couple of weeks from now un- til cloee ot the seaion, and in- emteed interest each week is ex- pected. WEINERT WINS NEW YORK, Jan. Jack- Three thousand hunting licenses have been issued In Hamilton County, Ohio. What a glorious season for the undertakers! improvement over former games. ESKIMOS 5, DOMINIONS S. EDMONTON, Jan. Eskimos jumped into first place in the Big Four hockey league by defeating the Dominions 5 to 3 at the Arena last night, while the Calgary Tigers took the Canadians into camp. Although defeated the Dominions up better than at any time this season and will bear watching before the season is over. VICTORIA 5, SEATTLE S. VICTORIA, Jan. to- night defeated Seattle in their hockey fixture by two goals to nothing, thus partly turning the tables for two previous defeats at hands of the Metropolitans. again in the lime- light, scoring one of Victoria's goala. Canadian Curlers Roger Hornsby, champion batter of Val Pilling of Cardston to Meet Representative of Ray- mond A. C. A week from Wednesday night promises to be a big night in Ray- mond for on that date boxers repre- senting the Cardston and Raymond athletic clubs will meet in the Ray- mond opera house to Decide clnb sup- remacy with tho padded mitts. Val Pilling will be the Cardston represen- the National League, for whom the tative In the main bout. Just who will St. Louis Cards have refused an offer IDO tne Raymond standard bearer is from the GianU ot four players and Will Kept Busy MONTREAL, Jan. C. P. 0. S. Liner Empress ot France with the Canadian curling team who will tour Scotland on board, arrived at Liver- pool last night, according to advices to the company's office here today. Mall advices state the program ar- ranged for the Canadian visit has been fixed. On January 8, they meet the county of Lanark, and on the 10th the Glasgow province In the forenoon and the 12th province In the afternoon. The following match- es where not otherwise mentioned, TOPLAtGOLF not known but it will likely be a husky yonth by the name of Meekt who hails from Oregon. No referee satisfactory to both clubs could be decided on so the sporting editor of the Lethbridge Herald will net as judge and give a newspaper de- cision. It Is probable that Jud Foley will referee. A couple of wrestling matches and probably a basketball game will be other features of tho program. The TV 4 o M i whole town of Raymond is over loronto to Have a Municipal the prospects of a big aport night, and Course With a Very Low the two clubs, which will divide the Membership Fee net proceeds, will benefit considerably In a financial way as a result. are piling it up at the rate of I wi'll take place at the ice rink Haymar- a year. A wrestler has the advantage of. a fighter as he can perform every nisht In 'the week, the boxer enters the ring onlyVf Intervals. Matadors Also Idolllid The matadors of Spain rival the wrestlers closely In money making. A bull fighter is not only able to gather an Immense fortunIr. has per year, new recruits to the sport, to say about the new scheme: "This provided they equip themselves with work has been promoted by men who necessary clubs, will be able to emul- are at present members of other golf ate their more fortunate brothers and clubs. We are doing It simply to glvo sisters in chasing the diminutive the young professional and business sphere on a magnificent course men, clerks, bank employees and slrai- ed at the western extremity of the lar class of very fine people in this city on the banks of the River Hum- city, who are not able to get into the her. larger "high-brow" clubs, the prlvi- The "why" and "wherefore" of of playing this game Accommo- this originated in the cranlums of a number of leading foifers who, head- ed by Ralph Connable, decided that Toronto should be able to boast a mu- nicipal golf club, where all and sun- dry might "sport on the green.1 dation will be provided for five hun- dred active and hundred associ- ate members." Ty Cobb, so runs a story from tha Far West, has recommended to tho The Municipal Golf club will have a Detroit club the purchase of Earl site of .95 acres.on the west bank of Sheely, first baseman of the Salt Ltki the It Is to be a nubfic course with a fee of about lio.o'o for the en charter and has been financed for the team. Detroit already has Lou Blue of Portland for a trial it flrit, but tire year. The club has secured a Cobb writes that from what he' hai coming year. President Connable's job. heard Sheely is tha real man (or the ELMER SMITH KNOWS WHEN TO HIT OVER THE WALL NEW Elmer Smith, I of the Cleveland Indians jumped into fame in the first inning of the fifth' game of the 1920 World Series by hit- ting a home run with tho bases it not tha first time In the year tliat the slugger had made a hit count for four runs. Twice In the American j League last season did he deliver. On Juno 29, at St. Louis, Smith went' to Iiat with the bases filled, and hit one i of Shocker's spltters into the right] field bleachers, scoring Caldwell, Evans: and Speaker ahead of him. On Aug-' ust 10, Mays of the Kilties pmaecl Speaker, fining the bases with two out, j whereupon' Smith hit over the wall, j j Smith also drove In three runs on four occasions. Win. Tlldnn, American tennis cham- pion, ..oiiHider a draw will result. 4. Coupons can only be from tlie Sporting of The Herald. n All received will bo turned In prizes. The amount and nymherB of prlzei will be published Monday morning for that tr.mtK Hc.biilts of competitions will published every Wednesday anil rhequen to fliidceflflfnl competitors will hp mullmr! Immediately on receipt of rnnflrrrtdtlon by Athletic Ntwa. 0. Ml ontrtea mtint posted or de- livered to Thf Herald before mid. on KrHayi. A Friday post- mark rrfttri pnlntu ontKide nf the city of Lethhrldd will considered a> containing n entry. 7. The nnmfi nddresi of the competitor must be clearly marked on enfh coupon. 8. mtmf, not be used n.i pey- mrnt for cntrlea 9. All entries must In Krt'tor, Footlmll Competition HernM. Lethhrldre. 10. Tho Sporting: tor's dMslan ll! bn flnal. 11. Kmplnynefi of Fit-raid Imrred from the competition. ENTRYJFORM GAMES PLAYED JAN. 15TH 1921 ENTRIES CLOSE JAN. 14TH, MIDNIGHT FIRST DIVISON Alton Villa vs Everton. Bradford vs Hudderafleld. Burnley vs Blackburn R. Chelaea vs Manoheiter City. SECOND DIVISION Barnalty vs Ltlceattr. Bristol C. Cardiff. Bury vs Fulhem. Clapton O. vs Wut Ham. THIRD DIVISION Exeter vs Brighton. Glllingham va Brentford. vs Qunn't Pirk R. Mlllwall vs Pulaci, SCOTTISH LEAGUE Atigrdeen vi Falklrk. Albion vs Clydebank. Clyde vu Metherwell. Dumbarton vi Ralth I enter Football Com petition In accordance with the rules and conditions announced above, nml agree to accept, tlm pub. llahed decision an final and legallr binding. Signed Address ;