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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta UfTHBRHWB PA1LT WHAM) MONDAT. JANUARY Mb Wl BRINGING UP FATHER" war SILVER GRILL AMES III CROW HAMILTON 3, ST. PATS 2 TORONTO, Tig- making tislr professional debut hi 'this ctty defeated St. Patricks by uf 3 to I on Saturday night atter ilve mlnutee of overtime play. teams '.rere very evenly matched. Tl Lethbridge Goes to Blairmore While Coleman Will Play at Taber LOSING GAMEBUT BWELlf Another round of the battla for the championship of the Crow Hockey league and the honor of defending RAyMOND first few championship cup now held by Vii between the Mkbrldc. Vet, will tato place Jo- SSStoSZ morrow, Tuesday, night when Uole- Thiiradav which last so the Taber fans are as- ot a iniTa rrpat battle they It save champs will Invade the I Raymond, who were used to th. lalrmore stronghold, and they realiie Iriei" .played by the, swaying surface. a. tremendous advantage; aad enabled them to nearly treble tho score by Cardston. The final DeVoe Woolf, aude stood score new mayor, acted aa umpire awl gave quite satisfactory decisions, although it could not be noticed that toreral obvious made by Raymond Blairmore stronghold, and they realite already that they have their wort cut out for them. Captain Barbour, of the Blalnnores, an old Taber Chef, is a past-master at the game, and he has hla team going great gun aa was evi- denced I'.v the artistic trimming admin- istered Macleod on Blairmore ice last Wednesday night when the Windy City six went down to a 1J-S defeat. I unnoticed. To every foul called Following these games It is likely; on Raymond there were ut least three that a change in the schedule will go effect. This will be decided at a league meeting this week.. NATIONAL BOARD OF BOXING FOR STATES IS LATEST ENDEAVOR JOBW TORK, Jan. tlves from 17 states where holing Is Iscalljcd. met here today to form a national board of control over the aport. Sessions will continue through until Wednesday during which timej fcoilng in all its ramifications will be discussed. Some of the tentative rules and re- gulations, understood to have been drawn up for Mil for a maximum price of fifteen dollars for to championship bouts and ten dollars for contests in which no are at stake; compulsion for champions to defend their titles with- in reasonable and other re- forms tending to uniform control of tie iport. called ok Cardstoi Notes Cardston this are using three youngsters on their teamt "Ron" Bfolsom "Red" Woolf. A little more eiperlence with these three bays and the Cardaum team and. Raymond will look a, not of boiled beef and cabbage. ENdLllH "BOBBIES" HBR1 NEW London police- men hsve arrived here. They are the first of the contingent of amateurs who ard to take part in the boxing bouts of the International Sporting club this month. London firemen and army and navy men will also compete. CANADICNS 5, OTTAWAS 4 MONTREAL. Jan. 9--Furnishing the greatest surprise ot the professional hockey season, Canadtens, tall enderg in the Nat'qnal Hockey League stand lag, defeated the champion Qtiiwas on Saturday here by 6 to 4, after a gruelling exhibition of hockey. A CHAMPION WITH BRAINS Georges Carpentler, apostle of more than a child; I have met clean an one noted New York sporting writer has called him, is said to be the most 'earned man who over doned fighting togs. Thin French Whirlwind, undisputed heavy- weight champion of Europe, whose in the ring are. If anything. excelled by his daring deeds in tao world-war, for which he was thrieo decorated, will appear la "The Wcn- der a Robkrteon-Cole supor- ipecial, at the Colonial theatre. There is not a doubt hut that Car- nentler owes his success as much to keen mentality and vivid Imagin- ation, as to his physical proweas an3 maatery of the art of fisticuffs. "Every llttls thing I dp is full of said the illustrious Gebrges. anvince myself that if 1 neglect do this that I shall fail. 1 tave been fighting since I was little oo Ingly diBerent opponents and, lu each encounter, I have forced myself to adapt my style of attack and defence to tho tactics of my opponent. And so I have become a vastly better man with each succeeding encounter." Such an attitude of mind can he likened to the dramatic instinct of an actor. The really great actor never does the same piece of "business" in seme way. He rises to tho occa- sion, meets theHomger o'l.his aiidi enoe, brings himself en rapport with them; in other words, he works or the psychology of the moment, anc creates the desired effect. Carpentier carries this attitude, of mind with him Into his dramatic work for the screen, and those who see him in "The Wonder Man" wll recognize the sloe tha league to learu the game and create a llttlo ex- citement. Another year they hope to be able to show a line of speed that witl hold them right up. with the bit era. Thin le'aves Raymond, Lethbridge Stirling to fight it It is foing to be a pretty fight. The south era championship team ot Lethbridge of last year Is pretty well shot tb pteees, it Is very hard as yet tb do any predicting as to the firial result. A spendthrift Is any Urd who pays eats-check oftenet than yon can afford to. Tkay lay that li nothing hut you knos; old saying there Is math smoUe, there moat be some fire. Box! New dress hats in London show the return of the lace cap inside tho velvet brim, such; as the ladies of thlar put up by Hagee rather upset he of the Chef forwards. To- 'SS night saw some fast play, when the nnlpn accepting Beaudy to help the tamp, played the regulars, a' ;ame for a sonre of In the regu- ar's favor. Davis bleu- In light from hM Brapdon visit and put np his HfUal (tnnts. away. Davis -with Sourts their with Brandon. Livingstone, torxaerly wnh Weyburn was on Inenp tonight. banking fraternity aad :ite arrange- flsht is to bo "Whether reiirlns (rom the boitaz dericndi .match with .Carpentisr said. "If T beaten I will retire: 'if'not'I shall so on fighting for somo time." In is mp.ich Saturday nignf with tho boier, Len- aars, Cirpcntier the Dutch sportsmen by his cleverness. "Ho Is oven better tJmn VKS expected." Said one'otijieni. "He caj) land flya blows -maj, lands otte." said lie (night meet Frink Moran of Pittsburg: beforj his flgbt with Dempaer. White' Lunch. The game has heon' advertised for it will be best for these who daitre good view to get there early as a crowd will be' present without-doubt. aiid Mrs. 'A. f. Duhl hava left W spend couple of months In Wash- tngton and Oresjpn, BAND TONIGHT AT RINK BEST OF ICE. Skattag from 100 to 10.30. Adinlaalen ajc and We. have not agreed, the wnh the C.P.R. havliF to be pp.l- poaed from time to time owing to first one manager and then another taking itck. At present Q..ti. John- atone Is taking hla turn at home, j. w. Doras haying had more than one layoff. The will be out fpr Colentan game, and a hu been Pfctided by proprietor of the 410 FIFTH 'HERALD" Football Competition mjLIl GOVIUNINO THE COMP6 TltlON ANE AS FOULOWH 1. The Competition will oe ho Heni-.l FootMl) ConlJsUtlM. J. Competitors will be to ea rhttfiy- eittriH as ttiey. each ebtn- Is nr twenty- -cenu, und coupuiia to tba num- 'n ot entries, I Competitors Aust cross out the tiue of the clubs they tank _ crosH out tba.nkmefl ol both f wr a draw iirlii ruult. 4. only, be c'etuped from Sporting Page of I All moalee received will be re- in, Tho kmouat and twnfceffl 'of brlMtf will puCUeheU very Monday morning, for that" a iee. ResulU of will rubllihed every WMneodav bog'ues to suecfssfiil cooifietiton X nulled op reeetp- iTy the XlKleTlo Xewi. ec.lpt ol Miws. or 4f- s. eqtrlcs must b- to The KtrcU on A. frt mirk from (Mints outalde f Ltthbridn will oo eontaltilng a itffttlmstt T. Thu name and atMrwe of ompetltor ;nust be clearly nch couirtn. r tilt city I. fttampi must not be used is pay- nfint for entrlwl. An entries must DA addremed to Editor, Foothill CoiuprttMon. The nt F.'Hltor's -III M final. U. EtaplilS-eei of burred from the O, FORM GAMES PI-AYIP JAN. 1STH ENTRIES CLOSE JAN. UTH, F1B8T DIVIfON Acton Villa I iiBrabtard vs Hutftfortflela'. Burnley BEaekhurn R. City. SECOND' DIVISION Bfnteley tflceeter. Srietei C. Cardiff. ury VB Fuiham. Clapton 0. vs West Ham. THIRD DIVISION vs irlghten. Gllilneham vs Brentford, MertHyr vs Qutcn't PsrK It. ys Crystal Pilate. SCOTTISH LEA6lrrt Aberdeen vs Falklrk. Albion Clyde vs Metherwell. Dumlierton RaKh Rovert. I enter tlie Herald Football Com petition i_n aceordance with th and conditions announce; above, and agree to accept the pu llahsd decision as Hair and isgali bindlae. Signed Aaareis ;