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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHflfimOE DAILY WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1WI, BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus I tHIMK, CLVR tirtOOUD LniHAHIf OUC Wf! MrVrft UAJX3E I WlftH I LIVED IN THt THB ae THREE HUNDRED YEAR-, OLD; 'F ME WERE AUve Yon WI Enjoy YovMeak Here The way took mf- ter the details of dining makes it a pleasure to eat here. THE SIL VER GRILL Lethbridge Downs Macleod For First Win Of Season; Have Real Hockey Team Local Players Were Right On Tbeir Toes Last Was Not of Crowd Turned Reber, and Henderson Boys All Fait Was to One. DISTRICT HOCKEY LEAGUE STANDINGS Lethbridge is out of the cellar position in the Crow Hockey League. Twelve to one was the tune to which Lethbridge broke into the winning column, and Lethbridge will continue to win. Playing on ice that, during the first half, was far from ideal, the lofal boys showed the three hundred and fifty fans that this city has a real hockey team now. Individually and collectively the local boys had it all over the Macleod team last night. During the second half the ice improved greatly, the weather toning somewhat colder. In this half Macleod started to get rough, but the locals just add- ed eight goals to the three they obtained in the first twenty minutes. The third half was characterized by Macleod trying to play real hockey, and the Leth- bridge boys playing more on the defence. Dana Inured San Bone, goal keeper for Macleod, an Indian scout of the H. C. M. P., war, struck by tbe puck during ths early minutes ot the third session and received a gash about two inches long. He was remored from the game and his place was taken by Vivian for ice for another. Spud Murphy was giv- en two minutes (or tripping and for a time alter he resumed his position he was on his back more than on his feet. Another for McPhee McPhee made another goal and then was relieved by Tureotte. Macleod, by this time left side of the engine break- Relwr, left wing; W. Henderson, right I Ing, another engine was obtained by wing. Tureotte and Paul were spares, j emergency. Bone, goal; Corporal Tha Coleman rink la an excellent Fritz and Byrne, defence; one but of odd shape, and longer than left Pnrdle, right wing; Spud Murphy, centre. man for Lethbridge was a whirliwind. On the defence, F. and D. Henderson showed that it will take a strong tor- ward line to break through them. Hart, playing in goal, was not tested out until the last session when he proved right on the job. No Practice This much must be said for Mac- leod. That team has not bad any practice and they did not come, ac- cording to the statements of several of the players, to expect- ing to win this game. Bone, the goal keeper, did feel'at home in his uosition and Macleod had to come without JIcFariey and Powers, who they consider two strong playen. Levaseur, left wing, and Spud Mur- i "Make Your Own" phy got into difficulties with Referee Our mental statue wobbles fast, Crawford on several occasions and And trembles on its throne, both decorated the fence for short j periods. Spud .was not able to get go-) That catchword, "Make your obseosed, allnred by that one phrase, the home rink, which was also a fac- tor in the game. L. G. Lallman of Taber and W. L. Rippen of Coleman acted in turn as referee and judge of play. The game began with an assault on tha Taber goal and in a scrimmage Coleman shot the first goal. Jewel Gate and P. Graham were the stars throughout. It was soon evident that unless the Taber forwards picked up in conibin- ation, Coleman would get the prize. A chance shot got a second and be- fore long the puck was again around the Taber goal, but fast work on the the way in fine style. Alex Griesack is like wine, the older he gets the better he gets. A large crowd came up from Blair- more -to get a line on the visitors, whom thsy meet on 'Taber ice Friday night. They were all pulling hard for a Taber win last night. All we have to do is advertise a hockey match, and it immediately be- gins to thaw, although the ice was in splendid shape considering the weather. A fine crowd and they all had a noise making machine. The local team have a strenuous week. Playing the protested game with Lethbridge at Macelod ou Wed- nesday night and then returning on Friday to meet the Macleod team on their ice in the regular game. Alex Cornet Is proving a valuable sub. The strength of the team Is kept' to normal when he is ou the ice. Manager McDonald made a wise move in re-arranging his men. They looked like a different aggregation with Cosgriff in centre. Gate, Cosgriff and Jewel make a forward line of very fast skaters. Their speed enable them to back check effectively, which is a big help to the defense. Hogan looked as good as he has in all his games this year. Although an old timer this boy is having the best season of his career. Malo met with a painful accident before the started when the puck hit him in the noso while his team mates were working out. He was game and-refused to leave the ice. Well it was some game, we'll say, and Its a great life if you don't weaken. Blairmore next. Women Are Taking Big Part in Soccer for Another Wetk Rickard Denies Big Fight Is Off Report and Carpentier Not to Meet for Fixed for Said To Be One of the for Calling Off of the Match. NEW YORK, Jan. Rickard, one of the pro- moters of the heavyweight championship bout between Jack Dempsey, titleholder, and Georges Carpentier of France, denied this morning that the bout had been call- ed off, as announced by the New York Times. All the principals have posted the deposits required under the terms of the contract, Rickard declared, and the contract has nof been violated in any way. Plans for the bout are being continued by the promoters, he as- serted, and it is now expected to stage it in July. NEW YOUK, Jin. stated tonight (hat the title bout between Jack Dtmpsty and Georget Carpvntlar has been call- ed off. While failure to adhere ta the of the contract are the alleged compell- ing forces indicating an abandon- ment of the bout, other elements, notably the recent action of the National Boxing association in adopting price of per seat for a championship con- test, are believed to have entered into the situation. Confirmation Lacking NEW YORK, Jan. confirmation was lacking here early today of the announcement pointed in the New York Times that the heavyweight champion, ship boxing bout between Jack, Dempsey and Georges Carpentier had been definitely called off. Ef- forts to reach Tex Rickard and Wm. A. Brady, two of the promot- ers, were unavailing. The third promoter, B. Ceehrane, is in England. The bout was cancelled, accord- ing to the announcement, because of the failure of the principals to deposit furfslt monies, as was stipulated in the contracts re- cently signed. The announcement created a awitatlon In boxing circles In this city. In 'many well Informed quarters there was a disposition to believe that the reported can- cellation was only a temporary expedient and that a new contract would be drawn up. Carpentier'a Forfeit PARIS, Jan. Car- pentier's forfeit as a guarantee for the contract he signed with Jack Dempsey for a bout to de- cide the heavyweight champion- ship of the world, is being held by the Morgan-Harjes Bank of this city. It was deposited with this Institution on November 22 ALL GAMES KEENLY CONTESTED AT THE BIG FERNIE BONSPIEL until tho last twenty minutes, when with Tureotte and Purdle he pressed Lethbridge fairly hard. Purdie I was fast, but the forward line of Mac- f leod was too light for the Lethbridgo Jtoys. Corporal Fritz, a big husky player, si-ored the only goal for Macleod. He juude individual rush in the sec- ond period. Although he was heavy his weight did not accomplish much for him. The Lethbridge boys were uble to outskate him. Byrne, the other j defence men, incurred the displeasure of the spectators by showing temper early in the game. When Things Started For the lirat eight mimiten oi: the game the playing went from end to end and it looked aa if Macleod was going to put un a good fight. Then Iteber broke through and Bone missed the puck. Combination 'work helped Heber considerably, this "being with his mates on the forward line. Macleod rallied but tbren minutes later made a lone ruBU for the second goal. Duke Henderson theu became prom- inent and sot down to the Macleod goal hut got into a iniiup with Me- Phee. Reber got tho puck and Bone made a good save. Five minutes after the second goal Billy Henderson scor- ed. Reber got into goal territory and made a couple of close shots which Bone stopped., Billy swooped in and aoored on a relMimri1. During intermission the ire was dnned. For four minuter In the nee- em! period the pUy went back and forth wkeu Reber scored. It was on a pom from Billy Henderson. Two min- later McPhee scored ou a paac from Henderson. One minute ai< a half later took a pats 1mm McPhee and scored. Uigut from weul down the By nisht and (lay on kitchen stoves nji-v, mill stir, an'l boil, waste our energies and strength, In grinding, grating toil! We get the rmrious jness away, Brown liquid, strangely mottled. Until, according to the book, It's ready to be bottled. Weeks later, it is ripe. We try To drink our matchless brewing, And find that we've prepared seme Combined with glue and bluing! The return from Elba won't be one- two-six with the return to private life on March Bth! He who hesitates gathers 110 moaE. Napoleon had marly all the present set ot European generals he tot out ot Ruitia iwith life and at least part of his army. Which can make the Quickest and largest monkey of a man? Women or the ponies? your past buried or isn't it quite dead yet? Milwaukee will try a player namprt Slaughter next summer. Looks like a bad guy for thi; umpires to Women are taking more and more interest in The Herald's Football Competition every .week and thin week the first prize money is divided between Mrs. R. H. Atkins and W. Knowles, both of LcthbrWge. Mrs. W. Bissett. of 713 14th Street North, (From Our Own Correspondent) FERNIE, Jan. second day of the bonspiei was another day of real sport tar the hundred and fifty curlers who take no heed of anything but curling. All Say the two rinks -Were alive with devotees of the game and good progress was made In the different contests. In the Walker competition Herch- mer won from McPhee; Cameron won from Patterson; Carberry won from gets a share of the second money, and: Pre'ntice; Robinson from Duff; Munro Mrs. R. Smith is in on the third I from Moffatt; Ross from McBurney; money. Young from Cummings; Liphardtfrom Last week's competition was a hard Russell; McNab from Kirkham; one. Ten correct was the highest Crumley from Beck; Kastner from part ot McParland carried day and netted Taber a tally. Thej M p puck was soon back and Coleman scored aijain, the first period ending '.i to 1, favor of Coleman. The Taber men bucked up but were 'again out- skated and could not hold their feet, though the ice was pretty good and Coleman netted another shortly after. Van Orman had a head-on collision with a Coleman man and offsides de- score. Following are tbe winners: First prize of 125.00 for 10 correct is shared by the following; Atkins, 103 19th Street North. City. W. Knowles, Qen. Del., City. Second prize of J15 ts divided amenta; threes winners with 9 correct, iracll receiving Mrs. W. Bissett, 713 14th Street North, City. laved things, but after an assault on Coleman's goal the puck came back with the fifth tally. A few more min- utes gave the sixth. Gate was put of! and Bodie changed, but tho .....__1. ended C to 1. Shortly after the third opened Mc- Farland got hurt but was soon back. The puck came to Carleton who was too long in clearing, Coleman getting it and scoring the seventh. Just af- ter the Davis scored Taber's yceond tally. Coleman now played hard. Douglas missed the puck; Cole- man got it and bingo scored tbe eighth. Coleman was soon down with the ninth, fiodic got hurt and Ingalls went on, Coleman netting the tenth shortly after. Lack of combination, and the speed of Coleman prevented Taber winning, and Malo being hurt made the rest. Taber lined up as follows: Malo, goal; McFarlaml, Careltou, defence; Davis, centre; Ingallc, right; Douglas, left; Van Orman, Bodie, subs. Coleman lined up as follows: John- son, goal; Hogan, Grlaaack, defence; J. W. Brown, 214 3rd Avenue W., Calgary. W. Holbortou, 271 7th Avenue A South, City. Seven marked eight correct, and will share tho third prize of ?10.00, round each receiving R. Hall. 732 17th St. N., City. J. PIddas, (122 7th St. 3., City. ft. Field, 1618 ?nu Ave. A N., City. Jack Edwards, 1318 6th Ave. A N., City. B. Clark. Colonial Theatre, City. P. MacFarlane, 913 13th St. South, Citv. visitors is on, so night games are off. The ice in-the big skating rink has held good today but the mildness of the weather has had a slight effect upon the sheets in the curling rink. It is hoped, however, that tonight will check the tendency to thaw, giving the boys another day of excellent sport. A large crowd of the small boy var- iety was entertained on the street up town this afternoon by some of the visiting curlers to a shower of candy, oranges and nuts; there was a'lively scramble while the shower lasted and the Fernle small boys voted tho visi- tors to be jolly good fellows. !ait and it equivalent of What Kearni Siye SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. of both Jack Dempacy and Georges Carpentier for 000 have been ported to Insure their meeting, according to Jack Kearnt, manager of Dtmpaey. FELL TWO LAPS BEHIND CHICAGO, Jan. the com- pletion of 57 hours of riding at seven o'clock this morning, the reconstruct- ed bicycle- teams ot Stem and Dro- bach and Ryan and Weber had fallen two laps behind the other nine teams which had covered 986 miles and (our laps in the six-day bike nee at the Coliseum. Osterreter and Rockier led in points with thirty-four. The team of Madden and Magin which led last night bad dropped behind thin morn- ing with 29 1-2 polnta. New York police placed under turd churches, public buildings and targe industrial plants, acting on advice that the radical elements were about to Institute a reign of terror. OPENING ANNOUNCEMENT MKW1SHART Recently with the Wlllard Ser- vice Station, haa taken over the Battery ream at tha Williamson Garage, on St Soirth, and will be prepared to charte arW repair all makea of Batterlee at th: loweet price possible, your Battery ta me. Von are guaranteed a good Job. D. S. WILLIAMSON CO., LTD. Phone 1546. 320 9th St. 8. Skating Tonight 8.00 to o'clock. 25c and 15c. BAND TOMORROW NIGHT PHONE 1849. 410 FtPTM Mr. R smiti th St N it- I Clyde-Motherwell game not played. In Urn list, of winners of January 8th, published Jan. 12th, the name of J. W. Holmes, Michel, B.C., appeared I among the third prize winners instead Gordon Johnson, and Ward from Hog- garth. In the Trites-Wood competition, Stewart won from Ringrosc; Clarke from Beck; Prentice from Russell; Herchmer .from Johnson; Carberry from Wallace, and Snyder from Crum- ley. In the Macleod Contest, Liphardt lost to'Kirkham; Crumley won from Simpson; Kastner from Oliver; Cum- mings from McBurney; Russell from Beck; Lawe from Young from Duff; Beard from Ross; McNab from Ward and Snider from Brown. In the McGrath competition, Stew- art won from McPhee; Hogarth from Munro; Ross from Ward; Beck from Ringrose; Kirkham from Oliver; Kei-' ver from Young; Law from Carberry; Prentice from Kastner; Clarke from Beard from Wallace; Johnson from Duff; Cameron from Moffatt; Hiissell from Herchmer, and McDonald from Cummings. In the'Grand Challenge, Beck won frora from PaUel" Keiver from Johnson; Ward from Cameron from Rosa Wallace from Lawe; Munro from McBurney, and Cummingj of-tho second. Seven will therefore sharo tho sacond prize, each receiving Tonight the given to the and 14 will share the third prize, each receiving 70 cents. BOUTS AT MONTREAL MONTREAL, Jan. Thorn- as, the local welterweight, outpointed Marce! Thomas, the French fighter Smoke centre; JawelA right; Gate, now residing in Summit, N. J., la: loft; Cornell, Graham, subs. night In their scheduled 10-round limit Referees: Tallman and Rlppon. He-1 here. ceplta Terry Martiu of Buffalo, quit In the NoUs of first round of his flgbt with Eddy (By Our Coleman Correspondent.) Record, local middleweight. "TuK" Graham' looks better Kid outpointed Young time out. while on Ice last night O'Nell, bantamweight champion of I ho handled that cant ait j gwapsWra "HERALD" Football THIS RULES GOVERNING THE COMPETITION ARE AS FORM 1. Tho competition will be PLAYED JAN. 22ND The Hfci-a: I Football 2. Cnnipbtltors will be entitled to as many entries aa they desire, r.i OSE JAN. Z18T each entry is 'accompanied by five cents, ,-ind coupons to tho ber of DIVISION 3 Competitors must cross out the names or the clubs they think vs Tottenham. lose and cross out the names of vs Burnley. if they cbnsideit u draw win vs Oldham. 4. Coupons can only be secured from tha SporUnfc I'age of The Herald. 5. All monies received will bo C. vs Newcastle, Sunderland vs Liverpool. turned in prizes. The amount numbers of prizes will be DIVISION Monday morning for that week's ifamtrs. Results of competitions w'H be published every Wednesday vs Stoekport. Blackpool vs Notts Foretft, cheques to successful competitors vs Bristol C. IK mailed immediately on receipt' vs Bury. rnnflrmutton by Hie Athletic News, 6. AH entrleu must be posted or vs South Shields, i livered to The Herald before nlprht on Fridays. A Friday DIVISION murk from points outside of tha vs Gllllngham. of Lettibridse will be considered containing A legitimate entry. 7. The name and unMreai of vs Exeter. Crystal Palace vs Millwall. competitor muet be clearly marked vs Portsmouth. each coupon. 8. Stamps rnttflt not be used u vs Watford. ment for entries. 9. AH entries must be addressed to the Editor, Football Competition. enter tbe Herald Football Com petition In accordance with the Lethbrldre. and conditions announce The Sportinjf decision will be 11. -Employees of The are barred frofli the com petit and agree to accept published 'deciniou as Dull and Itfall; binding. ;