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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TTOJ t-FTHminxnr PATTY JRING1NC UP FATHER JANUAnT By G. McManus THANK T _J "GOOD EATS" The food, UM St it ed, and the charge will please yojuu THE S1L VER GRILL Lethbridge Hockey Sextet Goes Down Before Coleman locals Lose Able to RAYMOND ATHLETIC Stand Up Against Sticky Ice Conditions eoidman IIL'JS wuuiu uut uu T. D K d. They went after the game j the drop of the hat and before ridEo got accustomed to the BOUCHER AND WALKER WERE IN THE LINE-UP Coleman took hockey Into camp in a sticky garae during tho awful storm on tie Coleman ico last night. There was nothing to it right from the those Goldman hoys would not be denied from gi rink the Colemau homesters had run in three goals. A detailed report of the game Is not available owing to trouble in the mails, but from what the Herald can learn It was a case of condition vs lack of condition.- The Dethbridse boys ware not in ahape for the gruel- ling they received at the hands of the Pass sextet who are a bunch of hard skating back checkers. Two changes were noticeable on the Lethbridge lineup, and there are bright hopes that by tbe time the new teara guts whipped into shape they will be able to go up against anything in the league. The star of last year's CLUB ELECTS L. D. KING AS PRESIDENT (Prom Onr Own Correspondent) RAYMOND, Jan. Raymond Athletic association opens the season of 1921 under auspicious circumstanc- es.' The activities of the club are at- tracting much attention and bearing fruit among the younger element in the community. At a recent meeting the officers for the ensuing were elected as follows: L. D. King, president; T. J .O'Brien, ident; Willie Anderson, sec- ames Walker and Thos, E. Ott, nuance committee. Ill VlIU 1CH5UCT. 1 llu ULat Ul ,n.3t J .J t __ LeUibridgfl champions. Frank Boucher, j Brown and Stark Have 449 PllIB was back on old place on the de> fense, and showed up well though the sticky Ice prevented him from show- ing his usual brand of speed. Walker was also out for tho' first time in centre, and when he gets through edges caused hy of practice worn off he will be a tower ot strength to the team. The battle between Leth- Lead on Like Safe Lead Brown and Stark of. Calgary hare 449 pins lead over Lethbridge and 94 pins over their nearest rivals in the doubles events in the inter-city bowl- thriller especially if there is hard ice. The soft ice iast night told very hard on the Lerhuridse boys, both Reber and Billy Henderson playing In spite of injuries. Tho local team lined up as follows: Vodger, goal; Duke Henderson and Boucher, 'flilly Hend- erson and Rcbor. forwards; P. Hend- erson. Paul and McPheo, subs. The next game in Lothbridge Is next Tuesday night when Mscleod I will be on deck. Tabor plays at man and Pincher Creel; ISlairmore the same night. three cities represented. The locals did not add anything to their position in the bowling at Bar- ons last night. Following are Friday night's scores and standing to date: 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Bth Tot. WallJfe 151 172 147 l'J2 832 Shaver :14 109 155 142 876 365 371 302 334 n Knl pas Smith 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Bth 153 101 170 H3 135 Tot 767 ITS 138 120 150 737 ,136 299 296 293 THIS PORTING LIFE RUBAIYAT OF PROHIBITION Wake! For the cold gray dawn gives but the tip That It is time to not a sip, Ere ye must haste to use to pine, For the rich Bracer of a Morning As re mart toward the office, ye may spy Old, Friendly placM, that onca .pleas- ed the eye. And cheered one of hll downtown road now Ye pass their gloom-draped portals with a sign. Darkness approaches, and the sun- beams Ye leave the office, and ye take the trail For home, and stop at old haunt, where now The Foot gropes vainly for the van- ished Rail. (To be continued) Local Hoopers Take First Game From Rapond Score Was 52-43 in a Great Battle of League Raymond II Win saw, they- Webater were out of. luck. Neither scored. For Lethbridge good old feeorga did wonderful work. He Art Green and Percy worked a pretty little riddle all their own that was Quite too deep for the Raymond icored again and again. Snow also played 1, and put one on ice for the home The first round closed 29-lt In tevor of Lethbridge. Second Half The second half started with a fine bit of work by Green. In less than a minute Art, who shows ot be- coming one ot the fastest boys that ever wore the Lethbrldgd colors, scored a couple-of pretty field throws. Young still had his eagle eye trained on the 8-points more to Raymond came, they were conquered. _ _ Last night In the "Y" gym hund-i the 18 he already had to his credit. reds of howling, screaming, shouting: Percy pulled several more o( those fans saw the Lethbridge basketball! scintillating long shots for which he quintette wallop the Invading Ray-i is famous, while Cope flushe-l TJrth mond iquad In one of the toughest! with a class of ball that WM to battles ever waged on the local floor, see. He. too, got In on thei fun and It was a battle rgyal, bristling with salted down a basket for the locals, thrills and snappy playing. When the Snow gave excellent whistle sounded the score stood 52-43 in favor of the homesters. fully checking his man. Meldrum and Fairbanks still kept In the Junior set-to Raymond came in the lead for the Fisher out on the big end of an even score! improved somewhat and a The second teams worked' Stevens scored. well preparing the crowd for the heav- i were rather badly for Raymond les who were to take the floor after: when Webster, who showed a need of thorn. The teams wero not evenly experience In fast company, was re- matched as to weight. The Raymond -placed by Big Jim Walker, still wear- boys were much heavier, but what the Thing! changed locals lacked In weight they made The to take- up ih speed. It was a nice, clean game new heart. They player real bmll for from start to finish. abtrat minutes. Meldrum One deplorable feature ot the games ed to find the cage at .will, and Walk, was the latenese In starting. It was er made a nice field score. But the fully half an hour past the advertised added strength cama too late. Had time .when Referee George McKillop Walker been In the llno-up early IB It s ail right to kid the farmers, and to write comic paragraphs about the rubes and Jays and jaspers, you ever really hear of anybody who ever took anything away from a farmer? Did you ever hear of any wise guy who went out in tlie brush to skin the farmers, and 'Who came back with even as much as he started with? Got It from the farmers? Make easy money off the guileless rustics of to- day? Boy, it can't he done! tossed up the ball and started hos- the Uilities. It Is hoped thut In the future the games will be called promptly as it is only Justice to the spectators. The Junior Go It soon became evident that neither evening, might have The teams iinml us as follows: Raymond Meldrum___forward Green In the Land of Never-Naver Popular Umpires, Sensible Prohibitionists. Bathed Another Hans Wagner. Honest Politicians. Reduced Prices. Worth-while Poets. Chicago Race-track. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Bth Tot. Leadbetter 147 145 143 133 758 We've Men Nonsense Rhymes There's a city that we dream There's a distant, golden town. Where all wages will get higher, And all prices will come down! Fairbanks forward team was to have an easy time of it. Fisher........centre....... j The game, while opening somewhat Webster (Walker) guard..... i loosely, tightened up as the half pro- Stevens guard 1...... coeded. The visitors exhibited nervous- j Referee: George McKlilop. ness on the start, but when they got their pace they were away In strong style. Following an epidemic of wild, costly throws they put on spood, three men scoring a couple of baskets each. The Lethbridge lads played better combination but they had hard luck at the. cage. The elusive little hoop seemed nowhere to be found. They i tried and tried and couldn't j but like Bruco they never gave up. I Ridpath, who played a brilliant game J through the entire finally got his eye peeled Just right, and ere the whistle sounded for time he drop- ped three pretty ones into the bag and threw a font successfully. Then Young TECHNICAL KAYQ Leonard Mitchell Down Three Times First, Mit- chell Pnto Champ on Back NEW YORK, Jan. scored technical knockout over Ritchie Mitchell in Madison Square Garden to- night before a huge crowd. In the opening round the light- weight champion knocked Mit- chell down three and In- jured Ritchie's right eye so badly that It wee usslevs to'tho game western lad during the remainder of the bout, Hewever, toward the end of the first round Mitchell (Urprleed the champion by hook- Ing a terrific -left to Leonard's jaw which sent the champion down on hla back. Leonard arose and remaining on one' knee, waved his hand to his man- ager and seconds Indicating that hie heed was clear and that he wee uninjured. From this to the end of the alxth round, when the referee stopped the fight, It was all Leon- ard's bout Made Big Money NEW YORK. Jan. Amer- ican committee for devastated Franco (Special to The TABERj, Jan. week-end the Taber high school basketball squad mix with the Medicine Hat team in the first game locally this season. The locals are hopeful of in- flicting an awful drubbing on the Gas City hoopers. And then after the Hat game the local boys havo their eyes on the Lethbridge Hi bunch, who play' Taber. Jan. 21. Following this game a high school "hop" Is scheduled, mu- sic to be furnished by the famous Jo- hansen Junior orchestra; RUDOLPH FOR DETROIT? Rudolph, who was' one of the trio that pitched the Braves to a pennant and world's champion- ship, has been given authority to ne-' gotiate for his transfer. It Is under- stood he seeks to join Detroit Tigers. HORSE RACING IN MICHIGAN next 'Legislature will be asked hy the Michigan Asso- ciation of Fairs to legalize horse rac- ing in the State. The sport, if re- stored, would be under a commission similar to the boxing commission. PITCHER DUMONT SOLD MINNEAPOLIS. Jan. ot Pitcher George Dumont from the Boston Americans was announced here by the Minneapolis club of the Clausen 168 153 130 164 164 85 Prom to But never seen a head like that Holman got the ball oa the tat! end of a clever un-floor combination play and with a little twist of tha wrist In many a place he caged It. CHICAGO, Jan. petition pro- testing against employment of Shover Evans Brown Stark The sporting editor of the Herald has been asksd to render the decision In the coming bow. at Raymond when El Meeks, the Cheyenne Kid, now of Raymond, and Val Pilling, of Card- ston, mix in the Raymond Opera j Moore House Wednesday night, Jan. 19. Considerable moaey is np on the bout and It is creating no cud of interest la sport circles 6E the south country. Both men are in training and ousut to pnt up a stiff fight. Prior to the light a basketball same will be played between the Leans and Wallace and Shaver the Fats. 0. II. Snow, JOB Neilsou, j. Moore G. Bowen, Dave Galbraith and Charley Mehew will represent the 315 298 279 297 354-1543 oi Stanislaus Zybsko! 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th Tot.' 177 137 177 152 824 127 128 149 166 744 304 265 326 318 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Bth Tot. 183 163 189 162 851 153 166 1S6 141 824 336 329 375 303 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Sth Tot-j A Kansas pioneer who had survived 202 201 174 953 fifteen Indian battles and eleven ar- 153 218 137 173 874 row wounds, served through the Civil T; TT, War aml from five bullet 3oo 419 297 347 j holes, and then gained fame as a slay- THE STANDING er of bandits, was hit by a Flivver Total i the other day and may not recover. Pins. From the sublime to the ridiculous Brown.and Stark 3609 (Copyright National Newspaper Service) "P. F." Proud Father. Poor Fish. Pig's Feet. Perfect Forty-two. Paris Fashions. Personal Freedom. Pie Faces. Plant Fungus. Preserved Fruit. Political Fakers. ,7, Moore Leans, and Tom Ott, Hardy, Joe 8now T. Y. Love, Dave Powellson and Era Neiison for the Fats. OTTAWA LADIES' HOCKEY TEAM COMING TO BANFF OTTAWA, Jan. Alert Ladles hockey club of this city which holds the eastern championship, last night accepted an invitation to play in the winter carnival at Banff. It jp. also hoped to arrange games at Win- nipeg and Calgary. Leadbetter and Clausen shover and Evans Kulpas' and Smith 3609 3516 3498 3317 3100 2982 CANADIAN TO COACH COLUMBIA U. SEXTET NEW YORK, Jan. Har- rison well known in Canada as a hockey player coach of tlio hockey team. has been Columbia appointed University AUSTRALIAN CRICKET I ADELAIDE, South Australia, Jan. Canadian Associated Press) completed its first innings test match with thn HOCKEY RESULTS TIGERS 4; ESKIMOS 3 EDMONTON', Jan. play- ing seven minutes overtime tonight (lalgary Tlgera took another Btep toward the Alberta Dig Four hockey championship by defeating the last year's champions, the Edmonton Kskimoa, by a score of 4 to 3. throws. He is a comer. Watch him. Nelson also made a stonewall defence. Ridpath got another basket, while Kol- man caged one Held and two foul throws. Kessler replaced Fawns in this half and did nice .work. For Raymond Stevenson did effec- tive work 1m the guard lino. He also secured a basket in this round. Milton Strong, who plays a consistent game, l: j[ scored twice, from the once and Anderson Touc3. Willis Chris- tensen replaced Strong toward, the close of the last halfrHe app'eared to have all kimls pop for he strength- ened the combination considerable. Tho llnc-up: Raymond: Lethbridge: Bryner, f. Morrison, g. Strong, f. N'elton, g. Anderson, Fawns, c. Jensen, g. Ridiwth, f. Stevenson, g. Holman, t. Landis said "I looked into things well before ac- cepting this baseball work. I feel that T did right in accepting tha place offered me." v 8PORT SIDELIGHTS will certainly win." 13. Lethbridge. The second half was even more! The petition demands action re- know I was all right. thrilling than the Brat. Both teams garding Judge Landis aerving both as "I want to fight him again." declar- were on their toes all the time. There a Judge and an agent of the baseball j ed Mitchell, "t almost had him lick- was some rcflsh work, but on the, commission. It seeka to show that ed but I got careless. Next time I whole McKillop kept them some- the Judge In accepting an annual sal- where close to Spaulding. There was a ary from the baseball commission of punch in the junior set-to that was a year, while drawing a salary to see. The r-illows played an. of a year as federal Judge, is heroic of them. Morrison, acting in violation of the spirit of for Lethbridge, showed his metal this statutes preventing .a government of- half. He played a nice, steady game fleer from engaging1 in remunerative checking his man at .every turn. He i private enterprises, also found the basket for three field When told of the petition Judge NEW DETROIT TRAINER DETROIT, Jan. Nav- j cricket "test match with tiin CANADIANS 3; DOMINIONS 1 tn of the Detroit Americans nan sign-, English eleven today, scoring 354 and! CANARY, Jan. sticky ice, ed Jimmy Dugan as trainer of the, England had made 233 for four when that slowed up the game the Calgary chrb. Dugan, who was with tho Bos- stumps wero drawn. It was very hot Canadians defeated the Edmonton ton Red Boi last year, succeeded Tom Pitcher Howard Bhmke has signed a Detroit contract RUTH ON HUNTING TRIP NEW YORK, Jan. Ruth will tor tnntlng grounds In tomorrow to see It he can when tho ganio was resumed. The wicket was in good condition. Over people attended tho match. VALUE OF HOLIDAY BOOZE Jan. T.ocal express primate- that value of tho liquor shipin'fl from Kegina during Dominions 3 to 1 last night iu the Bis Four hockey league. and wild turkeys ts well as I the .week before Christmas at more runs. Cart Mays, Harry Busslck and Man- Hlf Wllbert Robinson of the Brook- also will :tw U the [than a million dollars. This rep- resents mope Ulan cases ur 000 bottles. It was practically all ship- ped by wholesale houses to customers U01 peu by wholesale nouses to custom Jin Alberta, Manitoba and Ontirio. VANCOUVER VICTORIA 3 VICTORIA, Jan. de- feated Victoria tonight -1 to 3 In a close, fast hockey game. The game was close throughout with heavy checking. A. W. Ormsby, city commissioner of utilities, at Edmonton, is to resign Judge K. M. Landis as baseball missioners has been prepared by Thos. J. Sutherland, a Chicago lawyer, This ended the flret half. Score 11-'and sent to members of congress from I Illinois, it was'learned today. nine, Leonard said: "It was a dying lunge. It caught me fairly and it cer- tainly bothered me. It came so un- expectedly. Oh yes. Mltftell always waj a dangerous man. When I drop- ped I cleared my head and winked to my manager, Billy Gibson, to let him Ceo. W. Bmlley, bailiff at St. Thom- as for many years, Is dead. Skating Tonight uuranuLiee tor nevasiaien prance today by the Minneapolis dun or me Irwln today announced it had realized American association. Dumont form- ..Copei.OOO for Its management of the boxing' played with the Washington Am- Snow bout last night In which Benny Leon- j ericans. arrl scored a technical.knockout _ Ritchie Mitchell in the slith round. The gate receipts amounted to 000, the largest in the history of light-' weight boning, of which J40.000 went! to Leonard and to Mitchell, i The crowd of about which pack-! ed Madison Square Garden was mado; up not only of the usuual number nf; fight fans but also a large number ofi society folks. Fans wer? still dlscnsslng tha bout! today which all ejperts declared one of tho greatest encounters In! years. I Discussing the blpw Mitchell landed! In the Bret round which made the; champion stay down for. a count of 8.00 to 10.30 25c snd 150. PAND ON MONDAY B.OO to 35e 25c PHI.NE IM 410 FIFTH STREET Senior Mix-Up Tha game between the first teams Impressed one with this At the recent election Dob Bwing, old pitcher for the Cincinnati Reds, was elected sheriff of his homo county of In Ohio. Bob was the Re- publican candidate and went over with a .whoop. Sines his retirement from baseball he has been a prosperous far- mer near New Hampshire, Ohio. As was expected, John McGraw makes it known he will stay In street clothes and stick to the bench the coming season, while Hugh Jennings does the managing from the coaching Lethbridge bail the better team. There j lines. The announcement was made is no gainsaying that. During the vhoie show the superior combination following the annual meeting of the New York club, at whii'.h President prowess, shooting accuracy, and on- stonnham was re-elec.tcd to his office durance of the local manifested it-1 and McGraw re-electeii vice-president, self. This docs not mean that Ray- i J00 o'nrien will remain as the club mond was not represented hy a strong [secretary. team. Far from it. has a machine that is hard to beat, but there was somethiiiK lacking somewhere. Raymond has played far better ball despite the. fact that last night's game was ono of tin? fastest, affairs over staged in Uitbhridgfi. In the first half 'Lethbridge hail JIM THORPE SOLD TO TOLEDO CLUB AKRON, Ohio., Jan. Thorpe, star Indian athlete and form- er major league outfielder, has been things much own way although sold to the Toledo American ussocU- Meldrum and Fairbanks, both magnifi- cent fellows and speedy boys, made eight points each. Kishor Increased the man to tour yolaW with Akr.oa lut i tlon club for it was announced today by officials or the Akron Inter- national league cluli. Thorpe wss "HERALD" Football THIS RULES GOVERNING THE COMPETITION ARC AB FORM I. The competition will be PLAYED JAN. 22 ND The HeraM Football 2. Competitors will (fcw entitled to as many entries as thejr desire, CLOSE JAN. each entry IB accompanied by ilve and to the ber of entries. DIVISION 3 Competitors must crow out tha names of the they ..think and cross out the names'; of vt Tottenham. Blackburn vi Burnley. if they consider a draw will Oldham. 4. Coupons can only- be secured from the Spoitinu Page of The Herald. 5 All monies received will bo C. Newcastle. Sunderland vi Liverpool.' turned In prizes. The amount numbers nf prizes will be DIVISION i fvery Monday morning for that -peek's primea. RcsultH of competitions will be published nvery Wednesday vs Stockport, Blackpool vi Notts Forest. cheques to Buceenaful competitors vi Bristol C. be mailed Immediately on receipt VB Bury. rnnflrmntion by thi> Athletic News. 9, Ml entries must be posted or vs South Shields. livered to The HtraM before mid-nlTht on A Friday DIVISION mark from points oiitsldo of the vs GHIIngham. nf Lethhrldire will he considered vs Exeter. contnlning a 7. The name and address of Palace vs Mtflwall, competitor be clearly marked va Portsmouth, each coupon, g. Stump" mtmt not be used aa va Watford. ment for en tor the Herald FVothall Com' 9. All must to the Kd'tor. Fonthall Competition. In accordance with the f HfrnM, and conditions announcer 10. Editor'! and to accepf the pub- 1 will hn final. i f It. Employees of The Herald 'decision aa final aud legally barrtd from ;