Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 11, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
PACK SIX TOR urnrewnoE DAILT rUBSDAY. JANUARY 11, 1021 BRINGING UP FATHER (f G. McMaBns COLLY: L ALL I IF WHERE 11.1 ve? "GOOD TJw food, tht. way it MTV ed, and charge will you. SILVER GRILL coaching staff next fall will include i I'apt. Tim Callahan ot the 1920 team :uid Chester La Hoche. the freshman i-oacli the past fall. The 1924 class eleven which Roche coached was one ot the strongest class teams in America, and Us members will prob- ably comprise more than half the i Yale varsity 1921 team. Captain Callahan will leave this country for England next month and will siiend the rest of the school year at Oxford. It is believed that he will ________ study football in the English univer' sities and will return to America Elglish Ideas Also to be Studied next fall prepared to suggest some MLESEENNG UPLIFT HOCKEY TEAM OFF by Callahan During Stay At Oxford scientific additions to the American i college game. BY NTBW HAVEN, Conn., Jan. j graduate committee which .was select- ed to efleot Yale's football regenera- tion is going to Deed the alumni de- mandg'that all the coaching resources of the university be by nest fall. This means that some t'amous old Yale "grads" will have a here. Old Country Football Scores LONDON, Jail. persons attended the thirty-two naml matches of the first round of the Font- ball association cup on Saturday and four of tho most intelligent and tha rece'Pta were experienced players who ever wore a I As far as the results were concern- th, time being and .ed- Foster Sanford. All have been head petition that is famous for surprises, coaches for a series of years at Yale There were six drawn games and only and at other universities except Pro-, tour were defeated on their own fewor Coi-win, who has, however, j grounds. On the whole the score was been an active Held coach annually at-low, the highest total being 7, by Tale and was for several years chair-1 the present leaders the man of the athletic board of control, i first division of the league, against 3 First Game of Local Sextet OB Enemy At Tiber Manager George DlxoB and his hoc- key sextet left at now loddy for Dlairmore to engage In tnllr Crow league game away frdtj) home. A number of faaa went "aMng. This game Ii one of the Boat- Im- portant of the schedule ai the locals acknowledge IB Blalrmore under Capt. Barber one of the strong teams of the league. Coleman making another foray into the prairie aectlon tonight when they stack up .intuit Tiber on Taber ice. This should be a great game as the two are fifrly evenly matched, and each team haa wojn a game. The winner will be the league less to uy Interest Ii running high. Corwin retired early in 191S, when Yale football was reorganized, follow- ing the World War. Hia counsel has not been taken advantage ot since that time. Camp Got Grand Bounce by Leicester, a second division club. Tottenham Rovers 6 to Hotspur beat Bristol Southend defeated EC- cles 5 to 1, and Brighton, a third di- vision team, vanquiaked Oldham in tho first division, 4 to 1. No other Walter Camp, who was Yale's head i taam made more than three goals, football coach and chairman of the. Twenty-two clubs failed to score, HOCKEY RESULTS TIGERS I. ESKIMOS t CALOARY, Jan. Tlj- ers Jumped Into lead 'of the Big Four Hockey League last night when they defeated the Edmonton Esklmoi ooa coac thletic committee for more than a while seventeen made one goal each, by. the score of 6 to Z. Four thons- uaner of a century, was dropped though in of these cases that was and two hunord fans law the from the athletic committee about the good enough to win: Twenty-two Nine first division clubs' won, eight mos go down tolefeat. Dr Share was head coach in 1919, Nine first division clubs' won, eight 06MIMIONS Z, CANADIAN! t and was criticiwd because his team lost and five drew. EDMONTON, Jan. fumbled enough to lose its games to I Bight second division clubs won, I en overtime play failed to Princeton and Harvard. He 'has re-! nine lost and three drew. dissolve the tie score of 2-2 between mained at Yale as general director of Ten third division clubs won, sis j the Dominions and Canadlani at the athletics, but has several offers to be- lest, and three drew. Arena last night. It ,li the .aecond come head coach in football at leading Outside the league, only five clubs overtime game In thf Bit Fpw to be universities, and it Is .not expected were engaged as the result of winning played In aad ilrhlle the that he will remain at Yale another in the qualifying rounds, and of these i first two periods ifeni fait, and eiclt- season if advice as gridiron coach three were beaten, one, namely, Bar- Ing, %he. third 'and ojertlme .periods Is not sought. He did not appear drew with Blackpool, and one, 'were furious. The to be a Yale football coach last fall. Lincoln, -now, relegated to the Mid- i called to allow the Calfary clBb to land league, provided one of the day'3 catch the Three former football stars disap- peared from the football committee when Brink Thome. Johnny Kilpatrick and Lucius Biglow declined re-elee- iton far business reasons for 1921. The new football committee, which consists of Lou's Stoddnrd. Ted Lilley. Hay Paige, Clarence and Foster '.Rockwell, has been deluged with de- mands that the football advisers next fall include a representation of the former players and coaches, and an announcement of the policy to this effect is expected from Caut. Malcolm snrpriEes by beating Mlllwall, 3 to 0. Aston Villa, the present cup holders, and 'Huddersfield, last season's run- ners up, both go round. Liverpool into and the second Manchester VANCOUVER 5, VANCOUVER, Playing the fastest seen here this sea- United played one of the keenest ties hept son. Victoria and Vancouver tonight faj, a (ever of eiclte- at Liverpool and it attracted one of ment throwhout the elity minutes of the largest attendances, being which .ended. in a five to three present. Another hard fought draw was at: Newcastle between that team and Nottingham Forest, at which 47. 000 were present. Both the Nottingham ictory for Vancouver. Frederlckson, tnB former Falcon, amateur, scored 0[ goala. Aldrich after a series of conferences clubs were drawn to play at HOOP with the new athletic committee. iaml the Forest were tempted by the '-'-r- Or. for President offer of and other financial ad- Another demand which Is made by vantages to go to their opponents' the alumni ii that the new president grounds. ot the nniveriity be Dr. Fred Townley Murphy. captained the 1896 eleven an-J played four yean on the Yale base- ball team. He has since become one of the moat distinguished Burgeons in America. It IB expected that the Yale resident The largest attendance at Sheffield, for the Wednesday match asalnst West Ham. Including teams In drawn matches, there lire still in competition for the Merlin Steed and basketball quint will invade Stirling tonight for their first out ot town gape At the hoop league. The local boys are all primed for the occasion and will do their best to. start the district league cup.fourteen flrst division, nine sec-i season_off with a wig. ond division and thirteen th..... sion, with two other clubs. ond division and thirteen third divi- On Friday night Raymond here while- Btlrliflg goei to Cardtton. tlayi MACDONALD PRINCE of WALES CHEWING TOBACCO (By W. A. Coming For the relief of the starving sugar- growers. To help the Bookless Arabs of the South Sahara. To provide home-liko check-roomi (or the gum of Chicago bandits. To rebuild the- devastated Gobi Dei- Aces are aces and hash Is Just hash The landlord comes in and away goes your cub! Very High Plke'i Peak. Hooch. Mount McKinley. Skirts. Popocatepetl. Rents. Chimboraio. GOES 10 CALGARY Erwtg aftA Shaver Tfetrc Tonight in Thne-CorMMd ToarmMBMt Tommy Evans and Walter Sharer left night tor Calgary to In the ant round of the threefbnrar- ed tourney between Cal- gary and Barons bdwlari In and events to be raited of In the various towns. The boys are In good fettle and expect to mike the northerners roll tome to win on their Own alleys. The garnet here will be staged on Thnnday evening and In Barone OB Friday. rink will have the right to represent the club In the closed competition. The Int. C. and C. Co. cup, played at Fernle, The draws for the balance of the week are given herewith. R. H. Davidson W. Crawford "B." Bord vi. Maeleod "B." Two games from Kllson Trophy. Peat vs. Orxnwtiy "B." One gant from KHleon Trophy. Klrkham vi Out Clark vi, Simpson Mam n. Cook "B." Llvle Shepherd "B." lirfay Nlfht Two Fernle competition. NeliOB ReM !'B." DlMtaf v: J. AM "B." c. AM n. w. oar Saturday One sheet fcr Pirnle Competition. Btewart ti. winner Dtvldrion and No, Jeanette, the sign "Fish and Chicken Dinners" refers to the bill of fare and not to the patronage. of the Glmrr; Club Panhandlers. Armenia, Your wife's Lota of colleges. "Treat 'em rough" la dauntless slogan of the laundries. Curious Questioner: scite is not related to No, a plehl- a tea-biscuit. CURLING The curlers have bean hard it on all Ice available. The ntth sheet should be ready for Wednesday nlfht. Tonight's garnet will lee.the Billion go into the "fours." This, is tfcf com- petition started New Year's day. Draw for bt Oreenway va. Hamilton. Klrkham rs. Dtnnlng. Reid vs. Clark. Alrd The balance of the week will three different competitions Under way and curling for everybody. The finals and ot the BUlnon. the play-down of the .going to Fernle to see. who wit) represent the club in ihe international Coal and Coke Co. clip at the Boniptel. Tke ''Brewery" Is also' started. The Brewery Is for the rtaki not gorog to Fernle, and ai a nueaber of it is an alleged popular vote where j regular are shot VM of holes everybody Is allowed to cast a ballot through players going to toe spiel, the if he belongs to the crowd that stand committee re-arranged thejre- iround with bayonets. rink, for one competi- tion. Skips and players are asked, to co- operate to the extent qf getting to- gether for this one event as drawn, and to play an scheduled. BO that the local ice may he filled during the. bal- ance of thla and "iplel" week. The season has been, late III startlMg The band-wagons have been rolled Into the shed again. try to hop on the coal-wagons, Happy Now Year Our ancestors had troublous times. They hardly ever knew When waking to the morning light, if they'd live the whole day through The stealthy Indian watched chance, with bullet or with But the pioneers were hit by a speeding automobile! They lived a rude and roughshod life, with crude and curious lawi, Bnt they never had io bother with "the prohibition They made their hqmei amid the wopdi, a lot of humble shacks, And they'd have panded out poorly had tfcere been an Income, tax- Shoes, pants, and hunting eoati were More to he posted latir. fer tke balance of the week M will be repeated night- ly an iport nan of the Herald. The prliea for the Magrath trophy, the connatlUae aaiportqd by the local clnb at the Crow's Neat Spiel, have been arranged tor and are being for- warded to etlel centre today. The club are Indebted to P. Burns Co., Lethbridge, for four very hand- aome Individual the flnt prlies, and to R. A. Wright, donor of the second prlies. Beildei the the prlies are: Second's, four cut flan third's. four cfiaerplct; fourth's, four Pyrex silver plated pie dlsbee. All dubs In the Crow's Nest As- sociation hare itrifored from the late- of tht ieatdn. But at that it Ii expected that'the entry list will beat all reeordi., The "Brewery" competition will knock-out bat the Chliholm draw will be used, and these dropping out will continue play In the consolation com- petition. The handicap ijriteia. prevails and the Hit how polled at the rink. The rinks In the Brewery will Watch the handicap lilt, add decldo on the polnti before going on the Ice to play. This will make the competi- tion a lot hjtereitlng, ,as appar- ently weaker rlnki will have consid- erable edge, aid a hit ahow to win. Skips your lilted rink out for this event. English Lady Makes Hole in One Against Gale At Pinehurst has fallen to the lot at an English woman, now on a abort to this country, to achievo the nrit hole ever made in one at Plnehtuit by a woman player. Mrs Frederick P. S. of London and the fitanmore Country club, playing a tear ball match this afternoon, stepped Into her appointed niche in the hall of time at the end at her drive for tht eleventh bole. The hole ii a relatively short the distance Is only 153 Harris had to play In the face of a gale, and used a driver for the The hall carried to about twen- ty yards short of the green In a di- rect line with the flag, and dually rolled Into the cup. A search of goll statistics available at the Plnehursl Country club not only shows that nu other hole in one has been made hero by a woman player, but also fails to reveal any record of u similar femi- nine achievement on any other course In the United States. Mrs. Harris and her daughter, Mrs. Alan Scott Balfour, who was a mem- ber of today's foursome, are. weli known In golfing and uolitical circles in England. CANADIAN CURLING SCORtS LONDON, Jan. As- (Delated their Rrst match with the curlers of Lanarkshire, Cana- dian curlers were admittedly under disadvantage of starting play so soon after a long journey and It was no surprise when the Canadians were de- feated by a score of 98 to 57. After the first hour the Scots ol Lanark held a lead of 20 which they steadily Increased. The Canadian scores: Ptjyne 5; Jofinitpn 18; Douglas 10; Waddell 7; Airtho; MUCH RUTH NEW YOWt.-Babe Butn get, a Iot of mall, maah notea and other letters. He throws molt away with, out ajd aniweri almost none cut from deer, the soft hide' ot .the And they never knew1 thi; meaning of that new word They had a store of heaftjr Md, and they never cared .for' They never read the and they kept In rugged The kind of lite those heroes lived would seem, today a crlqie And they made thli nation great and they had one glorious time! If you call a man I shrewd old dog, he's tickled at the compliment; If you call a woman a shrewd old cat. hell'a ltd embers blow on the niir perip'ee- live. (Copyright National Newspaper haa It that the Chicago White Soi team will do Its spring training at Dallas. Texas. The Dallas club has promised the management of the White Sox some profitable exhibition games if It will do Its spring work there. CANADIAN CURLERS BOTH WIN ANP LOSE LONDON', Jan. vis- iting Canadian curlers hava played two matches on this side already. They were beat- en In the nrst contest by Coun- ty Lanark at Edinburgh by a score of 05 to BY. Today the Canadians met a picked team at the Scottish capital from the provinces of Cflaigow. The 4 result wa Glasgow 65, Canadians rqueitfid to'co-operate.wltb the cotn- mlttee and that the playert are got out on the ice for Is the "Brewerjr." .named this notice and bo Introduce the new game. Note particularly that th> line up of rinks Ii not a permanent one, but for event alone. Skips line np these for the Brewery Cap competition! Carl Bkiii, C. Swine, H. W. Crawford.. C. B. J. A. Reid, skip, J. Hair, D. Thomp- son, Garten. Dr. Dr. CaiSBbell, (Dr. W. J. MeCrae, Wataon, H. O. 'Dr. Stewart Dr. D.A. Taylor, H. Holman, D. McKHIpp. H. Eoyd, Alex. Scott, Moore, Bradley. Jas. Alrd, skip, Dr. Gibson, Rev. Denooii, F. Home. C. Alrd, skip, Ed. Davit, A. It. Dowsltijr. N. f. Mafleod. silp, D. A. Buff, D. R. Yates, Qep. Kelt. Oreenway, skip. J. W. Wood, it A. McKlllop, I..K. 'Wood.. NT. B. Peat, skip, Davidson, Jones. W. Crawford, skip, Wade, Brodie, Tomklns. R. J. Dinging, skip, Anderson, Mc- Dougall, 8. ,T. Shepherd, ship, W. Harris, B. E, MacKay, T. J. Simons. W. Gray, >kip, T. Dicluon, Reikie, Jess HMris. J. F. Livie, skip, R. Livingstone, J. Reigh. R. R. Davidson, skip, R. A. Craw- ford, Jno. Scott. Wnl. Shaw. The play down of botttplel rinks as follows: Kirkhim frqlf and winner of this game' fs. Clark vs. Simpson, winner of this game vs. McNabb. This does not shut oat any othnr rink daalrlng to go to Fernle, ai the skips going to the spiel Ian arrang- ed that, should any other rUks decide to go that lots will be drawn to the later ones, to decide Which shall proceed with the draw. Tills hold; good till the jeml flnali. That up to Friday night any rink can in on the Fernle draw. The purpose of the M already mentioned la to N. t. U. MltTIHO t ni ,e Skating AT RINK 8.00 to 10.00 SKATING TOMORROW AFTERNOON 410 FIFTH STfiUT "HERALD" Football Competition ISO.004.THIS NULia OQVWININQ THt OpMPE- TITION AHE Ai 1. competition win be cillefl football Competition. 1 Compctltori! will be entitled to u maar entrtee u they aulre, provided taen fl.atry It accqmpai.ltd bjr twenty; ceBta, and coapuns to tha num- ber of entrlee. I ConpttltorB must cron out the nMiei of the ther thUk lofv and oUfc the names nf both IMftey cotelder oraw will ruult. 4. eiti.Dnljr vecured from the Sncrtlng-'Pfcge- ot .Herald. I Ail mtmlei received will ha re- turned In The amount and will be every tnnrnfng for that temee Ruitiu of will tvenr Wedntedey and chefluel. tn competitors will be oiT receipt ol By ttin Athletic KeWa. t. All entrjM tnugt be ixiited or de- 'lyerei] in'arli H i5Ml.ld.red entry. a and Address of the It be clearly marked on aot ueed as pay. mtnt On In Comwiltloti, Tae Fritor lde of tlie cltr II. of The Herald ar Mrred fma lEi imttttthm. Signed ENTRY FORM GAMES PLAYED JAN, 16TH 1921 ENTRIES CLOSE JAN. 14TH, MIDNIGHT FIRST DIVlSON Aiten Villa vs tverton. Bradford va Huddersflcld. Burnley Blackburn R. Chelaea Manchester City. SECOND DIVISION, ve Leicester. C. vii Cardiff. Bury va Fulham. Clapton 0. vi Wert Ham. THIRD DIVISION Excttr va'Brighton, Ollllnghim vi Brentford. Merthyr vi Queen'a Park R. Mlllwall vi Crystal Palace. SCOTTISH LEAGUE Aberdeen va Filklrk. Albion vi Clydefcunk. Clydi vt Motherwell. Dumbarton Ruth Rovers. Ventor the Herall Footbpll Com petition in accordance with th rules and conditions announce above, and agree to accept the pub llshed decision dual and legal! binding.