Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
T1TB LETHBRTTXJE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY. JANUARY 30, 1021 BRINGING OP FATHER "JA, v Or-SOLLf-EVERY TIME U OAOL, I 1 JJUUL ouuu WEU.-WAROSN- ri WHAT ARE WC JJ UUUl TO HAVE FE6S. TONICHT? AH: YOU AUC TO HAVE THE FINEW CORNED BEEF" AN' CABQACt YOU EVER- TASTED 010 YOU CALU A POLICEMAN? KNOW WHO VOU AIW.T iti HAVE THE 0-WMCB Of THE. You Will Enjoy Your Meals Here The way we look af- ter the details of dining makes it a pleasure 'to eat here. TfiE SIL VER COLEMAN TIGHTENS GRIP ON FIRST POSITION BY TAKING GAME FROM VETS Lethbridge Lost Last Night By Score of Six to Not tu Fait But Are Good Crowd Turned Out. Coleman wone the tie. Before the have good one. They were not iu largest crowd of this season the Cole-1 good when they arrived here, man boys took the tie game from Lethbriilgo in the Crow Hockey Leag- ue fight here last night. Lethbridge played good uockey. It WHS not the ease of a poor team, hut I not liking tbo idea of coming to Leth- bridge. However, they went away pleased. Fo'Uowine are the players: Lethbridge: Podger. goal; Marion luck was against them. Shooting from and Boucher, defence; Reber. left rentre ice, making scores, found Leth- j wing; McTee, centre; Billy Hender- bridge's weak point. Podger un-.i rijht wing. Duke Henderson, Fred able to see the long phots. Better ing facilities at the rink might have done away with this. Boucher, the young Jlountie, who is dear to the heart of every hockey and Cornett, spares, fan in Lethbridge was right on the job. He scored three of the goals for the home team and Duke Henderson got tho other. Jewel and Cosgrovfc the stars of the Coleman team. Cosgrove is speedy on his states and can use a stick well. Jewel proved he has a good aim with long shots. Tho Lethbridge boys were taster skaters than the visiting team, but the success with the long shots beat them. In the last half Lethbridge tried some of them and Johnson was unable to i see them. The puck struck him -while he wa8 .landing in goal several of Serieg Drew gj Even Score .At the end of the flrat period the was even, one all. At the end ot the second period Coleman 'had the lead, five to three -and at the finish the score stood six to four. Boucher started the scoring. Thej game started fast. Playing was clean: and rapid and all through the game; was one to delight the fans. After SOT- en minutes ot playing, during which time the puck chased back and forth Boucher broke through with a long j Henderson and Turcotte, spares. Coleman: Johnson, goal; Graesack and Hogan, defence; Cosgrove, cen- tre; Jew-i, right wing; Gates, left Women Witnessed Boxing Contests Held At Raymond (By W. A. PhelonO Just Gabble It is no crime, and nothing wrong, Says a California court, To a ball-game, fake and frame, And taint the national sport. Some wondrous people deck the bench, In this progressive They find the Letter of the Law, And chuck their brains away! A moving picture hero stepped Along a country Magnificent his haughty gait As gloriously he strode, Then suddenly before Mm leaped A spitting, clawing The nearest hundred yards He beat four seconds flat! IHEEIGHISATIi Lethbridge Rinks Have Ups and Downs in the Several Competitions (From Our Own Correspondent) FERNIE, the weather still remains very mild, ren- dering, the ice .heavy, the curlers in the big bonspiel hero enjoyed another day of real sport. The play did not start quite as early as upon the preceding day, due to the banquet ef the night before. Nearly all the skips got their rinks out of the first two periods, and a few of Kernie won from Russell of Mac- leod, Cameron of Cranbrook won from Hogarth of Cranbrook, Lawe of Fernie defeated McPhee of Cranbrook, Herch- mer of Fernie defeated Johcsoi: of Fernie, Carberry of Lethbridge de- feated Wallace of Fernie, McNab of Lethbridge won from Snyder of Car- mangay. In the Walker, Herchmer of Fern'ie won from McPhee of Cranbrook, Cam- eron of Cranbrook won from Patter- son of Taber, Carberry of Lethbridge defeated Prentice of Fernte, Simpson i of Lethbridge won from Ringrose of Claresholm, Duff of Lethbridgo from Bobmson, Munro of Taber woni from Moftatt of Claresholm, Ross of Taber won from McBurney of Cole- man, Young of Fernie won from Cum- mings of Fernie, Liphardt of Fernie won from Russell of Kirk- ham of Lethbridge won from McNab of Lethbridge, Stewart of Fernie won from Beard of Taber, Beck of Cole- man won from Crumley of Carmangay, Kastner of Fernie won from Johnsod of Fernie, Ward of Cranbrook won from Hogarth of Cranbrook ana Brown of Fernie won from Walker of. Fernie. In the Grand of Fernie defeated Russell of Macleod, advanced to the eights in some of the Beck of Coleman won from McPhee of competitions. The score cards at: Cranbrook, Patterson ot Taber won eight o'clock last night showed thejfrom Simpson-of Lethbridge, Klerer following records: Of Stavely won from Johnson of Fer- RICKARDWILLSTAGE FIGHT IN CANADA; BRADY WITribRAWS ctareshoimrDutf of Lethbridgo won Mew Developments in the Carpentier-Demptey "Tex" Is Looking for New Cochrane and Brady Pull Out j Cameron of Cranbrook, playing in I the Macleod competition, won from Russell of Macleod, thus going into There were some awfully cute and i tile slxteen3. Patterson of Taber won nie, Ward of Cranbrook defeated Crumley of Carmangay, Cameron of Cranbrook won from Olivier of Cole- man, Ross of Taber won kastner pretty names in the good old National frora Wallace ot Fernie; Liphardt Fernie, Duff ot Lethbridge defeated 1 Fernie won from Kirkham of Leth- Prentice of Fernie, McNab of Leth- League last summer. Just lamp this set of monakers: Clifton Heathcote, Austin McHenry, Verne demons, Carson Bigbee, Walt- bridge; Kingrose of Claresholm de- bridge won from Hogarth of Cran- feated Mutsro of Taber; Crumley of Carmangay defeated Simpson of Leth- on Cruiie, Lee King, Harold Janvrin, i briliw; Kastner ot Fernie won from Raymond Bressler, Ferdinand Schupp, j ot Coleman; Uoffatt of Clares A' Earle Nea'8' Lee, Clarence ol won (rom McDonald of Fernie; brook, Wallace of Feraie defeated Iiftwe of Fernie, 'Kirkham of Leth- bridge won from Herchmer of Fernie, Munroe of Taber won from McBurney of Coleman, Cummings of Fernie won But Was Easy Win For Cardston Man CARDSTON AND RAYMOND CONDUCT, .THE "MEETS' (By a Staff Reporter) The first of a series of boxing con teats to bo held at Raymond took j Twombly, Sherrod Smith, Kenneth j Cummings of Fernie defeated McBur- from Carberry of Lethbridge, McDon- i-ush for a counter. Three minutes lat-1 IaEt iu tne house cr Jewel got !n one of his long shots.'when Val Pilling of Cardston knocked Before making this Boucher had ah-1 ollt Oliver-McLean ot Raymond in the other good rush and Johnson proved, The bout proved to be a his worth. A few minutes before the one-aided affair, Pilling having the scoring of the flrst goal Billy Hender-1 better of eacn round. Bon and Reber were put on the fence.! Last night's entertainment was the Checking became hard and close, first of a series of "sport meets" be- Marion was relieved on defeTice by Duke Henderson and four minutes ing held In Raymond in aid of the athletic associations of the two south- later Coleman got their first score. I em towns, and a big crowd was on Oolemau commenced to press hard hand and eujtfyej themselves. There and Duke was put on the fence on a j were many women in the audience decision that did not look good from and they "rooted" as hard as the men the boards. Boucher got away for an- for their favorite. Three preliminaries rush to the Colemau goal, but preceded the main go, McDonald vs fell at the critical moment. Boucher Working Right at the start of the second per- iod Boucher forced Johnson to make J. McLean, Dahlvs Wall and Steven son vs Court, and thsy were hum- I mers. No one got hurt, and they pro- vided good fun for the large crowd. a good save. Coleman were playing The main go wis a thriller from hard and in four minutes time Bouch- start to finish. Pilling had agreed to er got another goal. Fred Henderson camo on the defence position and iu j take on any roan in Raymond for eight rounds, and the opponent chosen short order Reber forced Johnson to hurt his hand the day before the con- defend hig net. Boucher got another goal and three minutes late.r Cole- man tallied. Coleman came right back iu another minute -with another goal, each being long shots. Cosgrove scor- ed this one and Gates got the third goal for Coleman. In the third period playing became more loose. Long passing became the order and also hitting the puck far ahead. Coleman were shooting the length of the rink. Cosgrove kept play- ing hard as well as Jewel, bringing the into close Quarters 10 the Leth- bridge goal on a number of occasions. test, so that Oliver McLean was sub. stittited. Both boys weigh around 160 pounds, and were willing at all times to exchange wallops, but Pilling prov- ed to be much the better boxer of the two. He had McLean In trouble in the first round after connecting -with his jaw with a couple of right swings, but Pilling eased up1 in the second and third sessions, and then cut loose in the fourth and fifth. Round five 'lasted about a minute. McLean was game, but be could nnt withstand the storm of rJghtG lefts to the face which Pilling rained upon him, and Jack Ellison was introduced as the middleweight wrestling champion of Canada, and challenged any man Six minutes after the start of the I !ie took the count period Duke Henderson got away for a rush the entire length of the rink and scored. The spirits of the spectators went high again, but it was only four min- utes more before Colermiu again scor- ed. This ended the scoring for the game. Splendid Defence Lethbridge put up a defence that IE nani to beat. them. In the third pertoi noun'eB- was moved to tho left wing and Mar- ion nnd Duke Henderson held down i the1' defence most of tho time. j Coleman lias n fast team and they in good sbape and is After the boxing contests the "fats' and "slims" staged a basketball game which kopt the crowd in good humor, at. It was seldom that the which too floor was cleared' and en were able to-get dancIllB wan enloysd by the 200 odd events will take place on Jan. 2Cth, several good bouts having been arranged for that date. DISTRICT HOCKEY LEAGUE STANDING o Colemun............. 4 1 Blairmore......... 8 v. 1 Taber 2 1 rincher Creek.......i L' Lethhrldge......... 1. 3 Macleod 0 3 Wednesday Night's Reiultt Coleman Lethbridge 4 Fridny'i Gimes at 'Macleod. tt Tiber. teUibrldge Plncher. .son .700 .BliO .333 .350 .000 HOCKEY RESULTS TORONTO, Jan. St. Pat- ricks turned the tables on Canartiens last night and defeated tho flying Frenchmen '7 to' 2. OTTAWA, .Ian. Scjna- tora defeated Hamilton Tigers here tonight 4 to 3 In a game that went ten minutes overtime. SEATTLE, Jan. out- pUylng Victoria tonight. Seattle won their hockey fixture hero by no fewer than 3 foals to 2, It was a slaughter, Knode, Cecil Causey, Elwood Martin nev Coleman; Herchmer ot Fernie Virgil Cheeves, Percy Joues, Lynn! defeated Hogarth of Cranbrook; Kle- Brenton, Sumpter Clarke, and Clyde Barnhart! Babe Ruth drew 148 bases on balls last summer, making him the cham- pion pass-fiend ot the world. ver ot Stavely won from Heck of Coleman Laws of Fernie turned down his townsman Stewart; Young of Fer- nie defeated Dutf ot Lethbridge' Beard ot Taher defeated Ross of Ta- ber; McNabb ot Lethbridge won from Ward ot Cranbrook; Snyder of Car- mangay won from Brown of Fernie, As to "destitute many cows and how much food could be bought for German children with j Robinson of Coleman. the money Germany sends to the In "le Magrath, Crumley of Car- and Carberry of Lethbridge defeated Kaiser? It used to be "as the crow Hies." Now it's "as the Old to tly." Heigh-hura alases! and a baVrel of Do you want to see royal dignity and imperial bearing, without making the long trip to Europe? Then take a slant at the clerk in any he.oerdash- There was a young sport from Navar- re, Who used to shake dice on the But he's gune, ao they He has vanished For the Dry farre! Laws have driven him The prefix "ex" means many things mangay defeated Lipbardt of Fernie; Stewart ot Fernie won from McPhee of Cranbrook; Munro was defeated by Hogarth ot Cranbrook; Ross of Taber won from Ward of Cranbrook; Beck won from Ringrose of Kirkham of Lethbridge in different countries. For instance, the of Per. ald of Fernie won from Young of Fer- nie, LIphaj-dt ot Fernie won from Sny- der of Carmangay, and Clarke ot Lethbridge won from Stewart ot Fer- nie. In the Macleod competition Kastner of Fernie defeated Crumley of Car- mangay, thus getting into the eight column. Cummings of Fernie won I from Moffatt of Claresholra, Kiever1 of Stavely won from Herchmer ofi Lawe of Femia won from Young of 'Fernie. and Beard of Taber won from McNab ot Lethbridge. In the McGrath Ross of Taber won from Hogarth of Cran- brook. Kirkham of Lethbridge won from Beck of Coleman, Lawe of Fer- nie won from Kiever of Stavely and Clarke of Lothbridge won from Pren- NEW YORK, Jan. Ian litest develop- ments in connection with the pro- jected Carpentler-Dempcey bout have suddenly turned the atten- tion of the boxing world to Can- ada as the possible scene of the encounter. Promoter Tex Riekard said this morning that the withdrawal of his in the promotion of the fight, William A. Brkdy and Charles B. Cochrane, as announc- ed last night by Brady, will not deter him from staging the con- test. He declared that he will immediately procure other pro- moters and attempt to hold the tight in Canada. It appears this morning that I there has been a split between the three promoters which was brought about by the rule limiting the admission price In New York state to making it impos- sible to secure here the large sums necessary to make the fight financially successful. Brady and Cechfane, it would appear, believe that the only way to make the fight pay is to stage it In Eng- land, while Rickard is determined that the contest shall take place on this ..side of the Atlantic, "Of course New York as a battle ground is out of the question right now. I'm very keen on Canada. The French Canadians want the bout and have petitioned me to bVing It across the Canadian line. Cameron of Cranbrook defeated Prcn- tice of Fernie thus holding a complete record of victories to date in the bon- spiel. cf Colemau Claresholm: ____ defeated Oliver ot uoleman: Kejver tice of Fernie. of Stavely defeated Young ot Fernie; In the Trites Woods Lawe .of Fernie won from Carberry Lethbridge; Prentice of Fernie de- feated Kastner of Fernie; Clarke of T-cthbridge won trom McBurney of .Coleman; Snyder 'ot, Carmangay won from McNubb of Lethbridge; Beard of Taber defeated Wallace of Fernie; Johnson of Fernie won from Duff ot Lathbridge: Simsnon of Lethbridge defeated Brown of Feraie; Cameron of Cranbrook won from Moffatt of Clarosholrn; McDonald of Fernie de- feated Russell of Macleod. BarrieauGot Decision Over Frank Denny CALGARY, Jan. Bar- rreau, welterweight champion of Can- ada got the decision over Frank Denny, welterweight champion of the Pacific coast in a very uninterest- ing 15-round bout. Both men were very cautious throughout and as result it was a tamd affair. In the preliminaries Young Itallo Hockey players left last night for Cal- of Calgary and Mike Cassidy of Ed- gary, where they play the Calgary monton went lu rounds to a draw, girls tonight. Only five Fernie Len Halliday of Vancouver and Kid FERNIE GIRLS PLAY HOCKEY IN CALGARY (Special to The Herald) FERNIE, Jan. Fernie Girls ni uuuumtjn. rur f jjve i-ernie Len Hauiuay or Vancouver ana iviu in Mexico it means Extinct or Young players could get away, they ex- Lucas of Calgary furnished the semi- In e of Llphard' i' Per- Si'! Payers at wtadup which was scheduled to go 8 won froii Cum- Lethbridge so that they would have a rounds The boat was declared a our own city. minated. Why do they call that little speck of' ot Fornie' of Clares- land in a far-off sea The Island of won trom Stewart of Fernie, Yap? Its total population wouldn't of Claresholm won from equal one percent of the yaps that can of Fernie, Moffat of Fernie be counted every day right here in McDonald of Fernie, Kirk- bam of Lethbridge was defeated by Robinson, and Paterson of Taller de- feated Kievw of Stavely, Ross of nuulu 111LVG il rUUUUS run team to meet their antagonists. draw. The new bantam champion, Lynch, Hat a wallop that gives him a When the fighting is hard, He possesses a guard, That protects him pynch! quite well in a Taber won from Oliver of Brown of Fernie defeated McBurney of Coleman, Clarke ot Lethbridgo won from Beck of Coleman, Prentice I- But hotter yet is in Oh, well there were a few cutra in the umpire's matchless way! the American League, too: Derrill The robin Is our earliest Pratt, Everett Scott, Gladstone Gran- hark to hear him oy, Byrd Lynn, Waite Hoyt, Urban But the Umpire, with hai Faber, Allan Sothoron, Elam Vangild er, Yancey Ayres, Lawton Witt, and Lyle Biguee. Fast Vanishing The American antelope. Hackmen. The African zebra. Polite children. Wild Indians. Oldtime actors. Our timber supply. General Lee's body-servants. The Song-Bird You may talk about your bobolinks, and the music that they You can tell about your thrushes, and their songs of joyous For years and years the eager voice of Southerners is heard, While they say there is no music like Georgia mocking-bird! Bright are tho feathered songsters, sweet are the songs they sing- Hut tho Urnpiie. when you tell it all, in the songbird of the spring. The oriole sings gayly, and we love the But nearer, dearer to our hearts Is the Umpire's April bark- squawk, is tho song-bird spring! raucous of the Fr it's "Sturrike and "OUT at first." and "Safe at second It's "One more crack and out ya and "Close that vacant It's "Take the air, you're through to- and "Three across the plats" "Yuh can't make hits unless yuh I swing." and "There's the outside Oh, joyous are the lilting listen while they But the Umpire is the Bird of Birds, tho Songster of the Spring! The bis orang is the king of the Say, where .is a place they keep bond- ed goods? the Bhrllllce, MMklBE jty The Sorrows of Satan His Inability to even catch up with the Turks. The fact that profiteers are ilow In arriving at their proper destination. Seeing an year old kid playing chess. Reading the baseball (caudal. This ycar'j rnutlcal comtdlai. Present itylei of-women'! clothing. We even like the crow's caw-caw and, (Copyright National Newspaper Ser- vice) "HERALD" Football THIS RULES GOVERNING THE COMPE-T1TION ARE AS FORM The competition will bo called The HeraM FootbaH PLAYED JAN. 22ND 2. Competitors will be entitled to as many entries aa they desire, ENTRIES CLOSE JAN. Z18T each entry is accompanied by five cents, and coupona lo the ber of entries. 8 Competitors must cros3 Out the names of.ihe r.luba they think DIVISION Arsenal vs Tottenham. and cross out the names of vs Burnley. if they consider a draw will vs Oldham, 4. Coupons can only be secured from Sporting I'aga of The C. vs Newcastle. 5. All monies received will bu vs Liverpool. turned in prizes. The amount numbers nf will be DIVISION every Monday morning for ihat week's Results of competitions will be published avery Wednesday vs Stockport. Blackpool vs Notts Forest. j rlieques to succefi.sful competitors ,vs Bristol C. I he mallpfl Immpillatcly on receipt, of by News, C. Ml cntrlfB must be poarnd or vs Bury, Stoke vs South Shields. livered to Thp Herald before on Fridays, A Friday DIVISION T mark from polnvs outside of the vs i of Lnthhrldse will be considered as containing n legitimate entry. 7. TIiB name ant) nridresK nf vs Exeter. Crystal Palace vjkMlllwafl. rnmpetitnr must be clearly Iriarked vs Portsmouth. "nrh coupon. H. Stamps must not be used ng vs Watford. ment for enter the Herald Football Com TM'tor. Football Compstitlon, in accordance with the IlTfild. and conditions announced 10. Thn Rportlnjr Editor's and agree to accept the pub- 11. Rmploypcs of Thf Herald decision aa flnal and Icgallr barred from the Signed They are willing to me the sale of fifty thousand mU at prices ranging from ts to Give that fight up? Well, I should say he commented. Rickard told -another reporter that in all probability if'the eon- test were staged In- Cinada it would be in the vicinity of Mont- real. 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