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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THB LM'HHRHXrl? PATTY tffiRALD WEDNESDAY. JANVABT 1931 BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McHanos HELLO -Its -YOU CilNTYt -4O TO TOUR ROCM- 6OUUV- IF UEV ME I MWVT Pt-ICNE CVJY HOW CM-VT co OUT AND OOMT YOU DARte OWT. THE PiiONB To TXUKTO -muP CUM i i AM H-.TEHINS.' "GOODEAF The food, the wmy it U tarr- and the charge .will pleaie you. THE SIL VER GRILL Lethbridge Vets Are Walkped SourJy, 8-2, By Bfeore In Crow League Game There DISTRICT HOCKEY LEAGUE STANDING L. 0 1 1 1 1 Pet. 1.000 .667 .600 .600 .000 .000 Taber............. 2 Blairmore v..... 2 Coleman......... 1 ________ _________ 'Pinchor Creek 1 Lothbridge 0 Held Them to Tie 2-2 for storage which mmie the score m 0 Twn P.riiwla Rut Harbour's faTor 0( the homa brows- I Tuesday Night's Garnet 1WO renoaa, um By thlr tirae excjtement was Blairmorc S; Lethbridge 1. Crew Breaks Away For SIX ning hifh. The fans wero on their Pincher Creak a: SUclood 4 (over- I j t liko anybody's time.) IjBal DMMB. 'game when the Ma'cleod boys annexed; Taber 3; Colenaa I another couple of gjals soon after the ____ _ (From Our Own Correspondent! [opening of the iinat period. This' BLAIRMORE, Jan. ll.-LethlindgB evened tho score, anil it requires an- ind Blaireiore hockey teiias faced other twenty minutes of play_ to de- MCh other on the Blairmora rink to- clde tba battle. Pincher made the sight and played probably the deciding scoreby a pretty Piece ot thus far of th. Mason, Blair-: combination down the ica by Marquis tColeman Hockey Team Is Defeated By Taker Crew, 3-1 land Alaxnnder. .puck was Taced at 8 o'clock' and certainly th with the team of the 'renl" It was one of the the more ef- more winning The '...........i The game WHS fast times, but Podger goal- F Henderson, teams showed lark ot condition. Henderson, detenu; W. They were unable to ksep the pace In right wing- Paul, centre; Reber, left some stages of the game. Stopping win.; Turcotte, sub. i shot after shot in a way that brought The Blairmoro sit lined up forth cHtversal admiration from the Charlie Graham centre; Tony Val- "ids McLean, goal for Pincher, prava, left wins; Wilfrid Goddard, one of the stars of the evening, right wing; Captain J. A. Harbour and Marquis and Alexander for Pincher Billy Turner, dafeaaa; M. guarded the goal. Both teams the S? in the best of mettle and the made many bnlhnnt rushes. Byrne period ended iu a draw 1 to 1. Macleod, also did splen- iJrlle Graham scoring the goal fo- cl1" Macleod Byrne flri ChiYlie Graham scoring the g Blairmore, In the period Blalrmore seemed to get thft bridge boys going on'all fours and McLean kept Podger continually busy in keep- Armstrong Ing the puck out of his net. Podger Bobbie is certainly 'some goal defender and Marquis he was kept 10 busy that beads of Wallace The lineup: Pincher Position Goal Point Cover point Centre Right wing Left iWiug ___ Suli___ Sub---- Local Hoopers IF I Take Stirling Into Camp, 31-24 Biggest Crowd of Season Sees Chefs Take Measure of Paw Sextet in Great Game (By W. A. Perpetual Melntyre and Heath. Branch Rickey. Bert The George Cohan. George Giants of JmwtioB Un- able to Hold Smaller Team Combination (Prom Our Own Correspondent) TABER, Jan.' the presence of the largest crowd seen at a hfcckny gam? here In eight years, the Taber team defeated Coleman here tonight: by a score of 2 to 1. The ics was like glass, the crowd uproarious with de-1 light, and the game full of ginger, i Prom first to last the game was a shifting panorama Vf quick plays and unexpected turns, which kept the spectators wild with excitement, for; both teams were on'their mettle, and i fought like demons to the finish of the last period, G. Tallman again act- ed as referee, and was strict In his decisions, while the visitors readily deferred to his judgment. It was a B.D. (ME BEST Mrs. W. J. McArtnur, 526 19th 3t., N.. city. R D. Clarke, Colonial city. F. Holmes, jr., 417 13th St., N., city. F. Thoruhlll, 621 15th St., 8., city. D. Robinson, Arcade Fool city. WEEK; WINS NEW NATIONAL A Wg WM sprung last night at Stirling when both the Leth- bridge basketball teami carried away the honors. A large crowd was pre- expecting to see their giant teams whin the "Y" boys, but they not BO easy as they -thought. Alexander Dubuc Taggart Purdy Horvath sweat poured from his brow and ice In front of Uis net was at times in dan- ger of being meltod. Tho second period ended iu a draw of 2 to 2, Charlie Graham again scoring for Blairmore. When the teams returned in the tliird period each player was determ- ined that his team should win in the end. Lethbridfe, however, received a great surprlie when the Blalrmore players bore down upon them and another ilx goals with appar- ent ease, and the game ended in a for Blairmore by a score of S goals to 2. Tho Blairmore team are certainly In flue trim this season espe- cially the defense. Captain Harbour and Billy Turner are simply a atone wall when it comes to getting past them. The only ttyng to do apparent- ly is to shoot the puck over and climb over after it, which tbe Lethhridge boys evidently found out and tried hard to do. The forward lino are also bowling tourney which opened yester- Borae attackers. Tony Valprava' day at Calgary. Shover and Evans should have scored at least 6 goals j representing the Dominion alleys were and were low team, letting Calgary Hammond The preliminary game between the Fritz I second teams was somewhat rongh, Murphy j but very exciting. Stirling with their McParland i weight had the beat of it moat of the Le Yasseur time, hat the lively little visiting team Local Bowlers Low in Calgary Evans and Shover Got Away to Bad Start in Inter-City Tourney Lethbridge bowlers went down to defeat in the doubles events in the annual Lethhrlclge, Calgary, Barons go swift when ho gats the puck, which he very often does, it hurts one's to watch him. Wilfrid Goddard who was forced through a bad foot to leave the ico a couple of times will certainly show them how when his foot regains its normal activity, t Rhynas. Good Old Khynas in the goal is a hear and credit must be given him for the way he sticks to Iiis post, mmR as he did in Franco, at .attention although all attention. However the Lethbrldge hoys are players and work. Here's to a Lethbridge. and two Barons teams, Bill and Ji Moore, and Smith and Kulpas >v still to roll when the local duo -to catch their train. The scores: Calgary 368 362 348 332 Barons came out wi'h a burst of speed the last half and beat them 25 to IS. For the Stirling team there was no real star. They all played fast com- bination and played hard all the game through. For Lethbridge we'll say they stacked up1 .well against the husky team. Morrison, Fawns and Holrnan wert In the game from the word go. Fawns and Morrlun were the bb basket getters and Nelson and played a whirlwind of a game 2 11 12 home team work for every basket they got. The lineup and score it as follows: LETHBRIDGE iO. Holraan, forward O. Morrison, forward W. Fawns, centre W. Nelson, guard L. Kesler, guard Total STIRLING Christensen. forward H. Christensen, forward. Pearson, centre Erandley, guard McKse, guard 18 5 2 Total.............. 23 The Second Game This game was a game between the Giants (Stirling) and (he Pee-Wees, The game was some- what rough at times but the visiting boys were used to being handled In ins new mo Corbett knocks out about fifteen vil- lains. The villains must he wonder- fully well rehearsed to even know that Jim Is hitting them. Consider we now ths Egg. Small humble, modest, and ever yet what a vital force, what a potent grand game, and the green and white wn" f ,h were continually mixed with the ange and black, to the music of or cheers from the enthusiastic crowd. The night was just cold enough Past playing- was the rnle. and the Coleman men put up probably a finer, lsh phVV2 finished class of hockey than the loc- als, although rough play was In gen-; eral absent. The Taberltes were, however, mostly a little heavier than their opponents, who also seemed to and a nutritious forcefulness; aged, a matchless missile and an unparalleled lack In combination, though Taber "proof to Thespian inferiority have a lot to learn yet. Team play where does all history "low rival, Columbus, and the egg he broka, rise now to glorify the mute, but honor- able egg! Well Known was, however, mnch better among the! locals, and the defenne again proved itself In flne order, but tho star play- ing of Malo in goal, was the outstand' (tig feature of the game. The constant Interference with Coleman's shots by the defense, who were always there, canned most shots to go wlda, and when a few were dead shots, Malo made startling stops, raising loud ap- plause. Coleman had to support the forwards too often, and there wera' generally too many In one place. Johnson In fronl played R good Pfame, but as Coleman did most ihnnttng at long range, while waited till pe In, had considerable Mlo time, j The same in the first period, slight-! ly favored Coleman in the play, the John Barley- (Now Atlbtt, it's so muddy out and the play fast, wonlt Srii> tha wanted to give him a earri bot Ice was and benders were freonent, plavers up only to go down. Most for on., and of it wns in the centre, but the Cnle-iaee what ne done to mantles in gennral were the uniwHof.l "That hit was a accident If Wins in Three Entries From Outside Paints B. D. Clarke at Lethbridge had a busy week Kueuing cup tie results last week, with the result that he wins flrst, and is In gecond and thira money In the Herald Football conv petition winner! announced today. He had 11 correct, 10 correct and nine correct in three tries, which shows that thrMi tries are better than one. In other words "Don't pat all your egn In one basket, and then fall and stub yonr tot." Eleven correct took the money. A number of ladles are In the money and more are catering each week. In all there wen 178 entries last week. the largest number yet, but if that prim money Is to climb to 130 every competitor should talk np the con- test to friends In an effort to double up. The contest Is becoming mighty interesting, the cup tie games being highly attractive. Outside points are ia the mouey in good style, this week. Read the Herald sport page, get into the contest, and enjoy some stove lea- sue football till' Cne South Alberta season opens ntxt spring. The first prize'of for eleven correct Is won by B. D. Clarke, Colonial Theatre, city. The second prize of 115.90 for ten correct will divided between the ill following, each receiving Corp. A. B. Smith, H. C. M. Police, A. O. Bnrnbam, 18th St. N. city. O. 3rd Ave., N., city. Mm. C. Balnes, :12 16th St., N., city. Mri. M. Drummond, 629 5th St. S., city. B. D. Tbwitw. city. The third of for nine correct Is divided between competi- tors, each receiving 65 cents Mrs, Jones, Box lit, Taber J. W. Holmes, Michel. B.C. B, names, 623 Mth St., Macleod. j: Sewell, 1236 12th Ave., W Calgary. Eobt Barrio, Commerce. J. W. Mnllla. 1319 lit Ave., N, city Corp. A. H, Smith, R. C. M. Police, Taber. E. C. Needs, 1244 5th Ave., A S city C. 212 ICth St., N city W. Porard. 510 19th St., N., city and often Ro'tWt'n Tuber territory, and was one. He hadn't no idea of two or thrnp dose shots were the re- hitting that ball and Just swung wild suit, hut alas. Malo was there. When at the Pass men shot, they had sirh a Pttnhln' fifteen tnnlns every poor chance, a'! through, that nnth- tne nullpen. How d'ya expect Ins resulted. Offsides were occasion- me to hara anytbln' when I have to al, In the plav, and Jew-si! tnnk to trlclty work, anil rrct cnfned for It.: "Them wasn't hits. Tbey was rot- Irist and MfPnrlnnd slip- 'fin errors- an' a prairie team orter et (it kept the Gianta going some to hold did some splendid I.eadbetter 172 1S3 810- 914 tne Lethbridge bovs down. The com return game with Clausen 123 lol 193 860 blnation was goo, This 'is the first time in two years that the Vets, holders of the AilHirta olmmplonship have boon deffia'ed on Alterta !ce. aiul the Blair- more team has a right to feel cocky orer the result. The return malch will be the event of the season. Pincher Creek good on the 320 321 823 382 team but they had not the lightning passes of the "Y" boys. Lethbridge Big Xicliolson and Frank Steed Evans ....154 !7S 179 15S S24 (the latter is playing with Stirling Shover .110 177 1.77 ICS 77S having dunged place of real- _ wera tno h goiters for 270 355 350 32S Stirling making their score of SI. The The teams will bowl in Barons on Lethbridge forwards, Young and Kid- Friday.night and wind tip on the local path and Green played pretty corn- alleys on Saturday night, when a moil-, bination and each had a hand in the iter crowd will bo on deck to see the scoring. Our old timer. Oeo. Young out, fnr Tho licnls nnw hucl-otl un, Renorte'ra' Allhlt md i'i short nrrlnr. Pnngias ond Vim i "I w" afraid there might he a' libel :._ Ormnn plavinir fine comhlral.lon, still Jf 1 wrot? that story, linish. got away with '7 points and managed to get neariy every Gin. giant. Cope down .Train. Dinirlas shot, nnd "There was a sentlemnti's agree- re'tM another tnily. Plav Wfis nient omnntj us tbat we wouldn't use prl. tenrbc Into it. all nrotiml stuff, and the other fellows broke tbe Tnbpr roM pniielnn broke a rule, It." and wai the play not n" over "They had the noors locked and I the tlm mfore nnd the puck pot. flnn't see how thnt guy got the ar- anrj fhn referee took a henflnr t'clp." over it. Tnlipr was specially pond In "Aw, it's s deliberate fnke. I had fly'nc attfir-v hut noth'ng fhe right dope, just the way I wrote and the nerlnd ended 3 tn 0. Cnie- it." man ptronprlv In the next "Well, you V'snt often, but Tnhnr S and that's how he got the inside of the story." "Ths elephant li the most harmless and inoffensive of all large animals Natural There is no large animal half so harmless and noffenslve as an English heavyweight CHICAGO, Jan. approv- al by the various league representa- tives was all that remained today to formally create the new national agreement, under which organized baseball will be governed by Federal Judge Landis for at least seven years as baseball commissioner. After objections by some to .tho draft and a term of 25 years for the agreement to run have been adjusted satip'ictorily, the agreement appears to be acceptable to all the .minor lea- gues. It already has been accepted by the two major league -committees. No vote was taken by the minor league leaders yesterday, but it was said there seemed to be -practically no opposition. At a meeting of the. two. major leagues today, the American leaguo representatives will sign the agree- ment. It was signed by the National league last December, Rumors about trades of players that might be taken up by the majors to- day developed a report that a three- cornered deal was pending between the Chicago, Boston and Plttsburg clubs of the National league, whereby Pittsburg would get Maranville and Terry would go to Boston. No one intimated what Chicago would get, al- though It was considered certain Chi- cago would not let Terry.go for any- thing a very valuable. considera- tion. Skating Tonight AT RINK x 8.00 to 10.00 SKATING TOMORROW AFTERNOON 2.00 to 4.00 25c wid PHONE U66 410 FIFTH STREtT MI'MI cireil. inn I UUIT cyuKii. 'imp nn -o r'f ithera on the stink, any old ,nd Snow played nf m Vonl, spn. tn's truy on tiie a relative of So-aml-So. In Overtime, 5-4 i! over Homer Smith, of Kal- in an eight-round bout to- ROPER GETS OECI8ION Great Game of Hockey in Crow] ST. LOUIS, Jan. nob League When Postponed i of Chicago won the newspaper Fixture Played Off j! (Special to the i PINCHER CREEK, Jan. tng tt neck-to-neck gamo, the team captured the postponed Creek-Macleod hockey lixture on the local ice last night, tho score being S tu 4 ufter playing twenty overtime. It was a snappy brand of! hockey and was witnessed by a crowd ot enthusiastic fans. Ifacleod cot under way pretty wnll i In the first period, scoring tliu only I goal. In tlw second period Piucher back strong, nosing in three In the third go each team i to nut another goal la cold j v CANADIAN CURLERS AGAIN WINNERS C.LASUOW, Jan. Canadian curling team contin- ued flieir careet- loday with llholher win at Kdlnburgli, West score was: Canadians FifeBhire M. centre Hidnath, forward Snow, guard Orpen. forward Cope, guard Total STIRLING Nicholson, centre V. Ktoed, forward___ Xillson, forward Brandleyr guard M. Nicholson, guard Total S in HARD GAMES FOR W. AND J WASHINGTON, the ex- ception of two open dates, September 21 and October t., the Washinirton and JeffnrEon football schedule- for 1921 ia complete. In addition to Syracuse, Presldenti will play Pitt, West Carnegie Tflch, Uucknell, mixing, got out, anrl run away. sroritlK npnin. A bis ed, Colemrti; pprsistnntly circled, find EI hot ono iilio a flash passed Malo, Coloman ncorlnr; its first one. Hot JiKMn and frenuent falls, and the end of tho second period. Cn'nman In. one man r.it nfff-'Tfi and Hut rules h'i'ri. and although tho fareoft1 was n'v two feet at most from the left Iron, Taber got invar with it s.ml while play was still Mn tne centra, the referee rani; Tor the finish, with the srnre 3 to i In favor of the locals. All in all It was the best game seen hern In yonra, and the crowd was like sardines In ths paddock, the fence, well, It huld. but how. The battle grow fiercer, plii'y boing! knnws- hundred persons "f 'east saw the game, and got the" nromid both ftu- and Coleman skat- at ing fast. Alv.-sys the Taber defense worth nt their monev- got In the and the Coleman tie-S The llne-un: I'nnso plllnc in, were btmnhinc: It with Taber. the Taber forwards played pood combination, bat too many were nrnmici, and they got little Malo McParland f'arloton chance to shoot in ths melee. Me-! Parland and Carieton, stayed at home for a breath, and play stayed in 'the Davis Douglas centre. Coleman gathered In Van Orman ivnd kopt the Taber defense playing i lodle hide and seek around the home plate, Carieton got hurt and got cramp and Jewell got the fence and the puck got over the wall twice. Malo stopped a Ooals shot dead on, with his skate, andlPnrlaud; Douglas OMtotan just cot It IB Colenuo, Defence Defence Might Centre Left Subs Subs Tallman. Periods, throe twenties. Taber 3; 1. Ooals abot Taber, Douglas to Me- Coleman. Johnson Hogan Ortsach Cosgriffe Jewell Gate Corndtt Graham to 0: "HERALD" Football Competition _______ RULES GOVERNING THE T1TION ARE AS FOLLOWS: I. The competition will called The Hera! 1 Football Competition. 2 Competitors will be cnutlftJ to many entries us they desire, provided such entry Is {iecompu..ied by twenty- live centH, i.ncl coupuns to num- ber of ontnus. 3 Competitors muwt cross out ?iic names of ihu clubs they thtrUt 'iwf and crrjss out tin: names of both if they ttuislrier a draw will reault. 4 Coupons can only be secured from tip Spi.-tiiiK i'ago of The Ilenild. 5 Al1 mutiifcH rocelvcU will be ns- turned m prizes. The amount iind numbers of prlxuB will be published Mnnriay morning for that week's Crimes Results of competitions will be published evary Wednesday and fVmques tn successful competitors will IIP mailr-d Immediately on receipt of by the Athletic 8. Ml entries muEl te posted or de- livered tn Th" Herald before mid- on Fridays. A Friday poat- mark frnm points outitlde of the city Vf will be cniwltlertd ai cnntairstngr Ipgltjrnatt entry. 7. The name and Hrtdrew of the competitor mutt be clearly marked on cadi cotipon. 8. muni not unvd M pay- ment for 9. All entries mtiat tn Ktl'tor. Fnotbull Competition, The Herald. 10. Tho Bportlnf Editor's deelilon will bn final. II. of Thn are barred from comMftlon. t ENTRY_FORM GAMES PLAYED JAN. 1ST H 1921 ENTRIES CLOSE JAN. 14TH, MIDNIGHT FIRST OIVISON .Aston Villa vt Everton. Bradford Huddersfield. Burnley vs Blackburn R. Chelsea Manchester City. SECOND DIVISION Barnsley vs Leicester. Brlttol C. vs Cardiff. Bury Fulham. Clapton 0. vs Wert Ham. THIRD DIVISION Exeter vt Brighton. Oilllngham vs Brentford. Merthyr vs Queen's Park R, Mlllwall vs Crystal Palace. SCOTTISH LEAGUE Aberdeen. Falklrk. Albion vi Clydebank. Clyde vs Dumbarton vi Ralth Roven. I eiitor tho Herald Football Com petition in accordance with the rules and conditions announce! above, and agree to accept Ibe pub lished decision u final and leeallp binding. ;