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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAfiE SIX LEYHBRIDOE HERAIJ1. MONDAY, JANUARY 12. iOi .'BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus DOMT i bRQTHER TAKE THINt THAT OlOrrr BeuoMCi TO Mil SVELL HIM COIN'OUT VITH A LAMP UMDEPJ ARM- VOU UNCRMTOU V.-S.CTCH- HE PROe.MbL Co TAKING IT OOT TO HAVE IT FIXED FOR I THINS TEL M6 j THATLM1P lt> COlNij THE VERX IDEA OF TALKING LIKE THAT CT IN THE.JWORLD OF Mounties Fought to Last Ditch lite shot from the wing, That made Rut Never Had Show Against Fast Going Fragments If one wanted to hazard a guess as to the Hkcly winner of the city hockey league it would a pretty tafe bet 1" the third period the Mounties went al ii with a do or die spirit. and Sutherland in the Yet nets took it easj. Ted Tureotto made U H-2. Knorr. u new man on the .Mountie line- up, who had lie Git playing defense, to place A littlo nmums on Tip with Headier, and on a pass fast goiug Veterans. The Fragments 'he notched Xo. j for iho Monnties. (Calgary Alborlan) amaleur questions bobbing up all over the Dominion and no soluiion in tlsht to bring the provinces together again on a basis which will work for 1 the betterment of the amateur game r in this country, the time is about ripe i for a change which will bring harmony Jin tho ranks once more. Apparently I the amateur system Is nil wrong In I Canada. No twb provinces read the [rules and regulations of the A. A. U. 'of C. 'alike, and each provincial body secnia imbued with the Idea that their definition is the correct one. Tho cli- jniai baa been reached In the receut reinsimements of western pros, and the apparent favor which the move makes in tho western provinces and Ihe righteous horror with which the actions aro regarded In eastern Can- As long as amateurs are permitted to jump from one 10 another to play a certain game for a season and then drift back during the off season, there Is bound lo be a greal deal of suspi- cion as lo Ihe'honesty of players and clubs, claiming to hri amateur. Just so good that It looks ns 11' Bouchtr nmde II No. I. Turcotte j blessed with eyen Ihe there-were no stopping them, and they made in 17 for the Vels, ending the i smallest amount of common sense demonEjrated It to a plenty Satur- scoring for the soldiers. Boucher lhat a slnr Player In any-game, day nigbl when they smothered the Knorr worked their combination and wl" not leave :his regular occupation Mpunlies' sextet to the lune of 17 Ihe last goal making it 17 to 5. m hike to another for five, i I might have been worse- but Considering [hat Ulhbridge team, nothing. Nor is it likely the soldier boys eased up in Ihe last mostly of Yets, beat amalsur would turn down an period when they had the gams safe- Creek on the toiler's own ice the ot S2'000 for lllree Months' work Iy tucked away, and the Moimlics ran other'night by 14 .1. tho Mminllpsi1" pro- (Mrcles unless ha is drawing in three. have nothing to be aehiimc'l of. They pretty good from the ama- Just-hero iet us say that, if the will make a big showing yet company he travels with. The Vels are supported by two or three season is over. Knorr is an iui- public cares very little hoa- of the speedy puck chasers of the iprovement on the defense. Walsh isillje Players get Iherc ns long as they 'other' loccl teams, Mcfiillia of the also a man. The bounties have !'llrnisl) "rari1 ot satisfy much betterithcro, and the call tor Taylors and Jioucher of lho Mounties chance to build up a _. ____ tor instance, they make anything (machine than Hint which performed as In the province in the intermedSato jOii Saturday night. iEl'js hump themselves t.o win. Thn> Vels Goinn Good Herald-Journal cup. emblematic. The Vets are going good. The boys players to is perhaps made all the louder by the sport fans of today. There must bean honest-to-goodness attempt made to straighten the yet" he said. Charlie trained the fa- mous Taber chefs when they were. provincial 'champions and he thinks laws. It is foolish to think that he- cause a player competes against a pro. without receiving any recom- the intermediate provincial champion-tare gelling in condition thanks tangle and it can only 1x> done ship is tie objective dangling before [Charlie, Ramsay. "They's be oM'ie amateur Ihelr eyes, and they arc out after it. Ot course, the weatherman could pssjly knock their chances In lho head, bill if he will only cllsb up hockey weather for about another five weeks, just watch those Vels CO. go out after the championship mug. Mcunties Never Quit Saturday night's game brought out :ie has just about as good H comlnna- for Paying, that he should bn tion now. The Vols did some oulslite (he amateur ranks. It three man comhtnalion. ami tho'ia al50 a fault tnat hecauae a man wings fed Ted Turcotte in centre in uookey he should be barred goorl style. The boys bore In .-mil trom a11 amateur sport. H doesn't Don't the big hockey game tonight, when the Veterans, league leaders, meet the Taylors in the opener of the week's ice carnival. c Bring your skates with you and skate after the game ic over. The starts at B o'clock sharp and skating will start before 9.30. Taylors promise to spring some surprises In the line-up and with Reg McGlllii stepping out in the centre position the Vets will be up against the toughest proposi- tion they have had this year. The ice is In good shape, the cold turn last night after the Sun- day blowout having put the Ice in the best of shape. n Rol Crawford will handle the bell. It will be a ding dong game. c And remember, Taber is httre tomorrow night In district league fixture. That's the first of the here. There should be monster crowds out to all games this week. The old town's getting the fever. hockey Wedneidiy Coalhunt vs. Thursday night.VPincher Creek vs, Lethbridge in district leigue time. CITV LEAGUE STANDING W. L. P.C. Vets 0 1.000 Taylors ..........'.1. 0 Coalhurst....... .5'0 1 .000 Mounlies 0 1 .000 KNOX 4, ROTARIANS 3 The Knox and Holary junior hockey teams clashed Saturday night prior to Iho senior game, Knox winning a close game, 4 lo 3. It was anybody's game till the bell rang. Came From Behind and Made Score 9 to of Sea- son at Macleod DISTRICT LEAGUE STANDING Won. Lost P.C. Lelhbrldge......... 1 0 Macteort........... 1 0 1.000 Plncher Creek...... 0 2 .000 Taber 0 0 .000 MACLEOD 9, PINCHER 5 Jan? match ol Friday night between Pin- Cher Creek and Macleoii resulted in a victory for- the home team of a score of five to nine. The playing was strong on the visitors was wiped out and nioro added (o lho score against them. Old Country Football Scores Jan. Results In the Hughy Union country cbatupluusht'i ivero: Cumberland is. Durham 0. Yorkshire 17, Cheshire 0. Somerset 0, Devon 0. AMERICAN SWIMMER WINS SYDNDY, N.S.W.. JMI. Hoss, ol San Francisco, today won the 100 yards mid (he SSO yards swimming championships. SPENCE BROS. TAXI C'ty and Countrv Trips. Heated Phonca OTT AUTO UVERY Special Service on Country- Trips Phones 787 Residence 1219 Lethbridge City League Team Goes Down Before Taber Chefs 8 to 6 ia sc r 'Sr.cclal to Thp. HeralJ) TABER, Jan. first hockey same of the season to be played on Tabor ice, took place here tonight, when the Coalhurat sextette went down to defeat at the hands of the locals, to the tune of 8 to G. The game was remarkable for Its freedom from voughhouse, and for the ahsenco of "kicking.1' Gooll clean play was the rule. lj-. G. Tallman, an' oldtime hock- ey plover, anil G- P. It. agent here, acted as referee and gave general sat- isfaction, "being right on the dot" ev- ery time. There was a fair turn- out, the night being a fine one with little wind, though the game was not widely advertised. From the very first It was a neck- and-ncci straggle and anybody's game up to the finish, the teams ap- pefrhic to be pretty evenly matched. For some lime neither al'le was ahlo to break through the opposing defence, til: r.t last Leo Malo, bieaklng out of a scrimmage, scored ths first goal for that's the way ttTe rrored. the best crowd of the- winter, and In Hum out and watch this combination spite of tho'nasiy wind which sprang .and get a Jilvor mug in up almost Immediately after the start- the offing emblematic of the inter- difference I bis owl: whether he can't ing of the game- they stuck to mil until last dog was hung. It a surprise to many old time hockey fans lo see so much speed un- corked fn ft city league game, and though the scoru -was lop-sided Ihe T. Turcotle Mounties got their share of the up-jltcber piause because, though hopelessly I W. Undersoil Sutherland Marion beaten they stayed right with it to a finish. Tod Tureotto was the bright parti- cular star of the evening in Ihe way uf scoring goala, while Marlon, lho "Id Jlinto player was the pick of ibe defense men. Time after lime he broke up Boucher's rushes. In fuel il.o streak didn't have much chance to cclebrato during the oven- ing. He was closely checker! every time bo tried to break away, tho Vets work- Ing a two man check tm him that set his spued al naiighl. At that he out- shone anything on the Mounlio lineup and proved himself of a phice on Ihe city league learn. Ills in- dividual rushes on Saturday night brought a buzz of applause from the crowd every lime ho broke away, Vets Started Quick mediate The Lineup Goal it, Def. F. Henderson L. Del. Centre Wing It. Wing Subs U'arron Walsh Etounden n on an intermediate base-1 Contract is Conditional on His or rank iimong the top- ball notchers In the basketball world, bis hockey performance debars him for- ever from competing as an amateur in any branch of sport. ICnrjland Obtaining Dempgey's Name On Agreement Turcotte I, a better system might well be I PARIS. Jan. 10.--M. Descampb, inan- here. An amateur football Uger of Georges Cai-peutler, when Boucher :PlaS'er can play professional cricket shown a dispatch from Chicago quot- Knorr Pro3- amatsurs can play lo- c. B. Cnchrane, the English pro- PennctalUeriSCtiier fn "ny game without as saying that Cochrana held Turcotte 12, lleber L', Turcotte 2. F. Henderson 1. Knorr I. Donahoe and Questions raised as to their Barfleau. status. The whole question resolves itself into a case of ho? If ft certain amateur hockey player lets it be Henderson. Wnltli, P.'known that be must find J15 In bis Henderson, Rebcr, Turcotle and hockey boot bolero be steps on the ice, or u certain ballplayer heforo ho goos on the diamond, the Iiot one In a melee, Then Frc-1 HeiHlciann Jaunted up Iho Ice and polled 12, Turcottt! unluckily 13 dock hero awaiting on overhauling. According lo advices received here. tho Vanlte hoisting In 1911. will bo fined Sas with snil- P' When the amateur authorities lake' down Hie bars and allow amateurs lo mingle. n'U-r they have do-; .'il v one way or tin; i Hockey Results Canadlens 14, St. 7 Jan. Hockey Club nlnyed their first game In Montreal Saturday nlyht nnd do- 'ealed the fit. Patricks, ot Toronto, by f 14 lo 7. enntori 7, Quebec Z Jan. Keiia- ,ors retained their position at Ihn head ot tha National Hockey I.Mguc Saturday night by defeating fjuobej, 7 to 2, tfKn only ran a solution 1m f be Ketwccn Lconnrd ami Dundee, Turned Down by New I riven in Great Demand ed wonderfully so lhat I now have tlin confidence to take on the very best of my class, I only hope to get an early opportunity lo show my wares In bouts wllh Oeo. Chip. Knockout Nrown or even the wonderful Mlko Olbboim, am! 1 Ihlnk that 1 can give any of them n real warm argument.1' Kddie Is looking in tho very best of condition find says llmt he Is to ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 Fifth St. S. ANYTHING IN RADIATORS Electric Welding CAR REPAIRING Lawford Weldm? Co. End Opp. Hotel 1644 flight the puck just missed two Taber ladies standing near the window. No casualties are reported however. The line-up: IJcUmg, Mackay, Phil- lips, tllV.Irml, J. Mcl.eod, K. McLeoil. Bluo, L. Malo, Cel-1 llvcau VnnOrman, P. Malo, Davis. I On Wodnoatlay next the first league f game will lio played In Taber, Plncher Creek playing on Taber Ice. A crowd Is expected, If the weather Is suitable, and efforts are being made to induce as largo a turnout as possible. Kul ly Wdiiirl vonn; cill.rjr as n or an umalcur, anil with o sharp Innkoiit koiit for tin; players wiio would even try !o Infrtnfio j on lawn (if HIH ilpscripllon, nmnlniir (o Kittle. HV action ainnng Ilie piny '.TS on tbf foo or field mid not IPKI- lalif'n in llieiu, cut out selling Insurance for awhile anil lo attend strictly to Ibe boxing MOVED TO EDMONTON eame, llo has prospective bouts In (Red liecr Advocate.) Saskatoon and Moose Jaw ,im! ci- nev. Joseph and Mrs. Woodsworth Dec's tn leave for the latter city with- arc leaving In a few days for Kdmori- In the next few days, but hopes lo ion, where Mr. Woodsworth will have return lo Winnipeg-for a bout before of the new buildings In bo K, trine hack liarmony YOUK. J.-.n. cities made a bid tor Ihe hortl be- a home crowd some llmo during lho winter. ri1111 ll 'o "ftport, CLEMENCEAU COLLECTS ANTIQUE FURNITURE F'AlilS, -Ian. pieces ot furniture and thonn which have the world's light- merit of being ancient, have been col- r( the knotty problems .weight box I UK clmniplon, nnd Johnny jlcclcd from various Bovornmenl of- lOnndco, cli.illonfcr. which was lo flees hy order of Premier Cleincnceau Jhavn lif.m hnW at N'ew Haven, nnd sont to Iho Museum of Decorative -tonight, according to j Arts. Among them aro a EMrntnn- Chalh.'im ratepayers d'.-forurt! n In1 law to spend SID.OOd on Mit tiectlyi of a new athletic field. in at Leonard's head-laud a (leak owned by Louis XV., and itunrl'irs Promoters lu New Orleans, Prrn iiic-ice, Uoslon, Canton N'cwjn Ixwls XVL nliieboard, along with a wontlcrtiil scrctn of Ihe same per- ereclcd near Kdmonton on the Itobt. Hume farm, 8iJi> :acres, recently pur- cliaacd by the Department ol Indian Affairs for tho purpose of tin Indian Imluslrlul school for the Protestant Indiana of Northern Alberta. This will lake lho place of tbo school recently closed near lied Now buildings were urgently needed, and tho Depart- ment nnd tho Methodist Church au- thorities canio !o the roucluslrrn thr.l It would bo to tho advnnlago of Indlnn educallonal work were tbo buildings localcd nearer He and Ed- nionlon was fixed on ns tho most cen- tral and most convenient point. The We Have Installed a Full Equip, ment fcr Repairing AUTOMOBILE RADIATORS Can handle all make; of curj. Expert Hot Air Furnacg Work. FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet Metal Worktn 336 6th St. South Phone 1713 Vimy Auto Repair Shop Adams Block 13th Street N. GENERAL 'REPAIRS FOR ALL MAKES OF CARS. 8y Experienced FORD SERVICE AGENCY TIRES STORAGE ALL WORK 18 GUARANTEED C. F. WILSON, W. TULLOCH ;