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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MOBBTff THE LBTHBRinOS PAITT HERALD FRIDAY, JANUARY H IWf BRINGING UP FAliiiR By.G. McManus cox- DON'T CtOWOER PftRTf ;ST THE THERE WITH I TO bElC THAT "GOOD EATS" The food, the way it U serv- ed, and the charge will please you. THE S1L VER GRILL BRITISH BOXING IDOL VERY DECISIVELY DEFEATED BY PETE HERMAN; 17TH ROUND DOES IT American Bantam Scores Stops Boat JUNIORS OFF TO PINCHER CREEK LONDON. Jin. Herman at New Orleans, former bantam- weight champion ot tbe world, to- xtignt decisively defeated Jimmy Wilde, flyweight champion. The end came in the 17th round when the re- fttree interfered and stopped the bout to save the little Welshman from the ignomy of u knockout. Although in the last round Wilde three times had been knocked through tho ropes, he was coming back tor more punishment when the referee 4aught him in his arms, ended the flfhi and gave the decision to Her- BAD. The fight had been advertised it being for the bantamweight chanv pSonobip of tbe world. The men had agreed to weight at 118 pounds but Herman was half a pound overweight. The first five rounds were in favor of Wilde. Then the advantage alternated until the 15tb, when Herman's weight began to tell. Wilde Through Ropes Early in the seventeenth round a right to tbe jaw snnt Wilde through the ropes. This was twice repeated and tha referee ended the contest. Herman surprised tho crowd by his boxing, which discounted Wilde's ag-j The bantamweight j fought a oportsmanlike contest j throughout and was well received by} tbe spectators. Ho will sail for borne' Saturday and hopes again to meet: Joe Lynch to whom he recently lost, tbe title in New York. Although defeated, Wilde is still' Great Britain's boxing hero as be is I considered to have saved tonight's program from being a complete fiasco by entering the ring against Herman, notwithstanding the inability of bis opponent to make the stipulat- ed weight 15 minutes before the nght. Ten thousand persons, including the Prince of Wales and other not- ables witnessed the fight and evinced enthusiasm throughout the tight, es- pecially in tho 15th round when there was a terrific battle on the ropes. Herman, with a left to the ribs and rights to the jaw, appeared to have i Wilde nearly out, but the hell saved j him. I Battling Levinsky, tiib light-heavy-' weight, was to have fought Bombar- dier1 Wells, but he injured his right arm yesterday and the icutch had to be called off. Knox junior hockey team will open ita season of out of town' games to- morrow wben they will invade Pin- cher Creek. Tbe Plncher boys are anxious for a game and have been trying to get a local sextet to travel their way ever since the season opened. The locals expect a hard Bght but think they will come out of the fray with the >ug end of a close score. The team likely lineup as follows: Leech, goal; Sang, Fralie, Douoon. defense; Rose, Greenway, Morrison Ferko and Button on the forward line. Lightweight Champ Will Draw Down For 15 Round Battle I' YORK, Jan. Leon- ard, the lightweight champion, will defend bis title in Madison Square Garden tonight in a 15-round bout to a decision .with Ritchie Mitchell of Milwaukee. Deducting the fighters' share, receipts will be turned over to the American fund for devastated France. Leonard's share will'be and Mitchell has been guaranteed The committee announced that every seat in garden has been sold, and that the total receipts from the tickets will be The fighters reported early today that they were in tip-top condition and expected to make the required weight of 135 pounds this afternoon. The champion is a warm favorite to win, although Mitchell bas many backers. CURLING The curlers filled five sheets of ice Iftfit iiight. The preliminary round for the Fernie 'spiel competition round. Clarke vs Simpson. Kirkham vs Duff. Clarke won Kirkham won li to 4. Tho draw for tonight Carberry VB ICIrltham Clark vs McNabb C. Aird vs Gray J. Aird vs Dinning vs Ried There are only three rinks now left in the Ellison. Greenway and Kirkham have to, play to draw against Rlod in the finals. Word From Fernie .Fernie has written claiming to have the following entries: Taher 4, Car- mangajr 2, Stavely a, Clareaholm 2, Blairmore 1, Coleraan 2, Lethhridgo ia sending 6, and. Craabrook will like- have 6, with the Fernie rinks this will make a 40 rink 'spiel and 'Fernie fig- ures on using their skating rink for extra Ice the first day or so. A sleeper has been arranged for so thnt the Lethbridge curlers can got to befl at 10 o'clock Sunday night. You heard that, 10 o'clock stuff 1 hope. CHICAGO. Jan. dates in the major leagues were announced today, although the actual schedules will not he mado public mntll next month. They are as follows: National League St. Louis at Chicago. r Plttsburg at Cincinnati. Brooklyn at Boston. New York at Philadelphia, American League Chicago at Detroit. Cleveland at .St. Louis. Philadelphia at Washington. Boston at New York. The opening date in both leagues Is April 13 and 154-game schedules were agreed upon at the recent meeting of magnates here. Revised Crow League Schedule (By W. A. "Uneasy lies the head that wears a and uneasy lies the fight promoter whose bod isn't shaped like a letter S. The Boiaheviki announce that they aren't especially Inutile to the King or the aristocracy of England, but they insist on the immediate abolition of Tie Order of the Bath. Consider we, now, rhe Hard-boiled Egg, sometimes known as The Thrif- ty Guy. He is a Person with a Pain- ed Expression; he seems always in some Physical Discomfort, and there is an excellent reason. Hit Thwmb is always badly injured by getting spiked on the Horns of tie Buffalo Nickel. The Hard-Boiled Egg, is Last to shell ont, but first to accept a Pass. He is always present and In- sistent when something is being giv- en for Nothing, hut is Absent, Deaf, and Blind when he in asked to pay for even his Share of the Rejoicings. H is said of the Hard-boiled Egg that he will never die Poor, but what doth it profit a man to die Rich if you live his Way to Keep If? Why Art Luxury taxes? 118 shoos? Lounge Jl-t shirts? Ain't It the Truth? Full many a flower, the poet sadly said, Is born, but only born to blttih nn Full many a jetblaek pltcber nc chance To win renown upon the diamond Tbere have been colored pitchers who were bWst With Hiisle'i arm and Dftgbj'6 foxy Were they Caucasians, they'd have topped the crowd- In fancy work, out there on Hurling Hill! Full many a yap dopes out a system which Will beat the you'll see him fly, With coin in band, to put the money down, And hand his shekels to the handbook guy. What's more, the dope comes through, at splendid His long shot runs to cash his The handbook guy has gone away from there. And, from the last reports, bo's run- aing yet! The LethbrtdifcrRaymond basketball league fixture tonight at the Y. II. C. A. .will sea two evenly-matched quin- tettes In action under ideal conditions. U promises to be a gruelling battle as both teams are in the pink ot shape, on their toes and rearin' to go. There will be two 'first and second teams will be in the run- ning tonight, so the lovers of this' speedy type of sport will have oodles j of thrills for their money. The first game starts at S o'clock when the jun- iors clash. Tha boys in excellent form and will doubtless put up an ex- citing tussle. Following the junior so the heavies will take the floor. This game is opener on the local floor and should draw a big crowd as Raymond is bring- ing what is perhaps the strongest 'ag- gregation they have yet assembled. But the local squad is confident of putting another game in the safety deposit box. Raymond has mtatantialiy team as worked last year. Our old i friend Walker, of the broad smile and J awful reach, will not bo seen in ac- tion. Jim says he has quit the game. Meldrnm, Stevens, Fisher and Fair- banks are again in the line-up. Web- ster, who made a stellar record In the second team last season, has made the first-grade bunch and will play to- night. It is said that ho is playing rare ball in the fait 'company and- that he will make good. Lethbridge will strong team on the floor tonight. As was perhaps noticed in the report of the Lethbridge- Stirling affair the locals worked some new is fellows who were not in the first team last year. To- night it is likely Perc Irwin. a veteran of many ftesda, will be play- ing, also one or two others of the old men. Don't forget the hour, 8 o'clock to- night. Come along, and bring the kid- dies. They'll enjoy the fun and you'll be the happier for it. The Basketball Club hopes to see you at the the first home game of the season at home. Unnecessary Noises Inhaling soup. Extra .toots on motor-horn. Pompous summoning of waiters. Explaining that you haven't a drop left iu the bouse. Most college cheers. Telling the umpire his ancestry and character. WRESTLING INSTRUCTOR HAS ARTIFICIAL LIMB ITHACA, N. Y., Jan. un- usual situation of a wrestler with an artificial limb was revealed today In the appointment of A. W. Snedeker as a member of the Cornell Univers- ity wrestling team. Snedeker 'suffered the amputation of his right leg below the knee in his boyhood. Despite this physical handi- cap he has developed into a skilful wrestler in the 145-pound class. Many a kid can read a box-score before he learns his A B C'a. Many a guy who Keema auspicious should rosily be classified as suspici- ous. Contagious Measles. Yawning. Chicken-pox. Unpopularity. Diphtheria. Grouches. Engagement means just same Iu Invo and war. In both cases it Hockey fans In the Crow Hockey League towns are herewith given revised schedule as adopted by the league executive'at Its meeting in Macleod Wednesday. The schedule is tightened up a whole month. Tuesday and Friday nights each week are hockey nights, three games being drawn for each night, starting next Tuesday. These will be blf days for the fans all along the line. Here's the new schedule; January Taber at Macleod. Lethbridge at Coleman. January Taber at Coleman. Macleod at Lethbridge. Plncher at Blairmore. January Coleman at Macleod. Blairmore at Taber. Letbbridgp at Plncher. January Taber at Lethbridjt. Plncher at'Macleod. Coleman at Blairmore. January Lethbrldge at Taher. Btalrmore at Ptucher. Macleod at'Coleman. February 1st Plncher at Colemaa. Macleod at Taber.: February Blairmore at February Coleman at Pincher. v Lethbridge at Macleod. Taber at Blairmore. February Pincher at Taber. February Blairmore at Macleoi. .Pincher at Lethbridge. game between Pincher and Lethbridge on' Febmary 9th to be changed if 'decided by both clubs. WILL MATCH KILBANE NEW YORK, Jan. Kil- bane, the featherweight champion, will be taatched against the winner of the An'dy Chanay-Cfcarley Beeeher boat here next Monday. Kilbane came here today from Cleveland to sign articles. The flght will be held in New York. comes before the battle. (Copyright National Newspaper Last Chance" to Get Into Money This WeeJfcr-Mail Coupon Today IWO HOCKEY .GAMES Lethbridge Goes to Coleman and Taber, League Leaders, to Macleod Two hockey garnet are carded in the Crow league for tonight. Leth- bridge goes to anil Taher to Macleod, and two great battles are expected. The LethbridgO'Coleman game will find the locali with a team of sub- stitutes on the Ice. Reber with a bad knee and Billy Henderson with a broken rib are out of the lineup and Coleman is going to take every ad- vantage of the fact. However the local hoys are hopeful and if they don't win it will not be because they didn't try. The Macleod game will find the league leaders and the Uil-enderi battling on latter's ice. II Taber comes through with a win they will have a nifty lead on the rest of the league. Taber is going great and is chnck-full ot confidence since taking the strong Coleraan sextet into camp in their appearance at Taber on Tuesday night TOURNAMENT The G.W.V.A. are holding i second ot these rery popular tournaments open to all members of'this associa- tion. Entries msy be handed to any of the following: J. A. Turcotte. secre- tary; Llnnlng, R. Campbell, J Hendrle, A. Smith, H. Mcllvena so- cial committee; J. Daviest .sports committee. The committee wish to announce it is their intention to award four ex- cellent prizes. All entries must be received not later than Jan. 20th, accompanied by u cents entry fee. CHANEY-MARTIN BOUT CANCELLED BOSTON. Jan. 10-rouncJ bout scheduled to be held here last night between Andy Chaney, Balti- more featherweight and Vincent Mar- tin, was.cancelled by the state boxing commission because Martin develop- ed a case of bolls. SKATING TOMGHT 8.00 to 10.00. Skating Tomorrow Afternoon 2.00 to 4.00. 25c and 15c. Phone 1849. PHONE MS 410 FIFTH STREtT 118-POUND GIBRALTAR Coulon, formerly American bantamweight champion, who tips the beam at a scant .118 pounds, has the savants of Paris standing on their scientific heads witb! demonstrations ot his .ability to re-; Rtst the efforts of professional strong men to lift him oft his feet. HOME RUN BAKER MAY TO GAME EASTON, Ohio, Jan. Franklin Baiter, former home run king, may return to the diamond nest snason. He is reported to have told friends thnt ho was going to Baltimore this where he had an appointment with .Too Kelly, scout of the New York Americans with whom ho will <-j talk- over the situation. Baker i did not play last year owing to business and illness in his family. Interest inJUKMUraJd football com- petition ksepa up and th'ere are indi- cations that prize money start .to grow "again-fthis week. You nave till midnight to get your coupons marked and into the mails along with two bits for each entry. Are old competitors trying to In- terest others in the competition? That's the way to make the competi- tion grow and bring the prize money np to the mark by the end of] the season. The games carded for tomorrow are all league games and! the fans will be able to strike their j stride once more. j Take this' page right now and mark i the winners, enclose your guess In an envelope with two bits and await the result.. It will add to the joy in lite i even if you don't win first crack out of the'box. CARMANGAY CURLERS HAVING GREAT SPORT (From Our Own CorresDondentl' CARMANGAY, Jan. la a most popular pastime In Carman- gay at present. Nine organized rinks are competing for a number of prizes put up by some of the local' merchants. 'The rtnk here la a good, one and1 the ice la In nne shape. Fol-j lowing Is a list of the -rinks that have competed so far and the scores made: Hummon. 19; Folk, 3. JIcKibbin, 3; Folk. S. Slesslnser, 10; Hummon, 3. Hummon McICinnon, 2. Hummon, D; R. B. Snyder, 5. McKinnon, 13; Francis, 7. Messlnger. 12; J. F. Snyder, 3. Fnlk, 12; R. B. Snyder. 8. Stilt, 9; R. B. Snyder, 8. "HERALD" Football Competiticn aOVTZRNINQ THE COMPC- AR9 AS FOLLOWS: 1. The competition will called The HeraM football Competiticn, 2. will entitled to a'a many at they deiira, u-ovldad each entry la accompanied by nrenty- five cenUi, and cuupuna to the num- ber of entritta. S Competitor! must eruae out the of the clubs they think w.ll IOBI? and cross out the names of both if they consider a draw will result 4. Coupons can only be uecured from the Bpcitlng Pugs of The Herald. 5 All monies received will be re- turned m prlica. The amount and numbers of prizes will be published Monday morn for that week'B RnutU of competition! will he published every Wednesday and c'hequea to competitors will be mallet! Immediately on receipt of by the News. 6. Ml entries must be posted or de- Hvered to The Herald before mid- nlTht on Fridays. A Friday post- mark from pnlniB outalde of the city of will be considered containing entry. 7, The name and address of the mtwtltor must clearly marked on ench coupon 9. Stumps munt not used us pay- ment for entHew t. AH entries must be addressed the Ed'tor. Competition, The KeraM. LethbMdre 10. Tho Sporting Editor's decision will be final. 11. Employeeg of Herald are ftirred from the competition. ENTRY FORM GAMES PLAYED JAN. 15TH 1921 ENTRIES CLOSE JAN. 14TH, MIDNIGHT FIRST DIVI80N Aston Villa va. Evertoti. Bradford vs Huddersfleld. Burnley vs Blackburn R. Chelsea vi Manchester City, SECOND DIVISION Barnsley vs Leicester. Bristol C. va Cardiff. Bufy vs Fulham. Clapton O. Ham. THIRD DIVISION Exeter vs Brighton. Gilllngham va Brentford. Merthyr vs Queen's Park R, Mlllwall vi Crystal-Palaof. .SCOTTISH LEAGUE Aberdeen va Falklrk. A.lblon Roveri Clydibank. Clyde vt Mothorwfll, Dumbarton vs Ralth Revatt, I enter the Herald Football Com petition in accordance with the rules and conditions announced above, and agree to accept tho pub- lished decision at final and legally binding. Signed Addresi ITS A CINCH! LETS GO! ;