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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THE urnfimimsM DATLT {RINGING UP FATHER BiG-McMiM tOO MARC MC MCK YOU HELLO I fe THI% MM. fm IN rANOR of THKT BLUK LAW- I RMHT MOW! I WCUl.O UMLli 1OU TO JOIN vcy IN FAVOI? OF THl MJ.W VTOP OM AM MB. ft. CftlOENT- IVL HAVt TO ON IT VW.U fee THE ONUX TIHC H.L TO tfYebewHiw To Serve Vw Better We WonUDoSo CARDSTON DEFFATS HOOP LEAGUE LEADERS: LOCAL TEAM GETS FIRST LOSS Tailenders Show Big Improvement on Home Lethbridge Not in Good Condition After Train Ride Team Still Leafue. the tallMdors in the Southern Basketball lea- sue, law .night ils- feat to in1' league bailors, by a ?con> of twenty to sixteen. This; result dues not change iiosiiion ci the tcums in iliu league, I.ethbridse still hoiula? first but a win for Raymond or Stirling nest will lio things up. Thy boys v.-ere far i'roin ia guoil condition. Tljoy off Hie train, immediate- ly had' t-Mptjr went right to tile They were unable to srsi iilarteii and wore lost on the Sig fiwjr. CarJston h.u improved greatly since started the sea- son ii tlioy can keep up this good work they will make the league a tight affair. The Uanlatun boys unbuckled a hunch of unexpected speed. The players were unable to play their usuf.l combination same find wiin feeling the effects ui tho trai-i ride they were mani- festly unlit to cope with Cardston. Crowd A good crowd turued out to see the game. The score at half tirno v.-as twelve to seven in favor of Cardstcn. Before Lethbridgo gut started Cardston had scored eight points. Lethbridee after the in- termission struck their real stride for a shcrt time and forged ahead of Cardston, Ant were unable to up the pace. George Young was big scorer for Lethhridge. He got eight points and Percy Irwin and Green got four each Cahpon. centre for Cardston. scored nine, Long, for- ward, Rot aeven and S. Cahoon, forward, got four. A couple of fouls near the end of the game helped Cardston along. The players were: Cahoon and Long, for- ward; L. Cahoon, centre; Card and Long, guards. .and Young, for- wards; Irwin, centre; Cope and Snow, guard. Following the game the were entertained at a dance. visitors FOOTBAU IN LETHBRIDGE Bill Will Play With North Said To Have Several New and St. George's Talking Football Lethbridne next summer will have ths same fastball teams which played List season, accord- ing to the present indications. Football men are getting busy on organization work and are obtain- ing promises from players to sign up. Th2 r.eCESsary forms for players have not been issued yet ,-itid will not be done, it is under- stood, until after the annual meet- ing of the league in March. The Fragments have completed Vneh- organization and have prac- tically all of their last year's players. The North Lethbrldfle United have about the same team with the exception of Bill White, who will don the blue this year, making his flrtt appearance on a football pitch In a playing capac- ity in Lethbridge for several years. The Miners, aceonHng to re- ports, have a number of new old country players, who have arrived in Lethbridge since tbe past tea- son closed. Saint Georges and Calliei an all talking football at a great rate, but are not letting out any of their Merits. TABER OBSERVATIONS ON RECENT HOCKEY MATCH AT COLEMAN (By W. A. Oh Where, Oh Where? I'd like to box you." Dempsey said, In cleur old New York 3ut, so it seems, the Governor ?uts on a hostile And I don't know just Where's the place For me to Knock yon 'Zat's tres exclaimed at onco Young G. een zat dear France ve hit zo Ve haf cet any 3ut eef ve fight een France, ze francs Must mostlee come my Prepared To Put Up Half Million For the Big Bout Cochran, English Boxing Pro- moter, Still Party to Orig- inal Contract An educated chimpanzee in Louis tried to kill his keeper the other day because the man insisted on the monkey wearing spats. FINALS AT FERNIE 'SPIEL SATURDAY (From Our Own Correspondent) FERNIE, Jan. proved to be of the best of all the good days that the curlers in the great bon- spiel here have enjoyed. The ice, which threatened to go on the boys yesterday afternoon, stiffened up this morning and was of good qual- ity all day. Some Biity games have bean play- Kas Ferni' r won from Lawe, both of Hogarth, of Cranbrook beat LONDON, Jail." original ed or to be on the Ice before ten contract for the Carpentier-Dempsey hout is considered still valid by Chas. B. Cochran, the'English boxing pro- moter, a party to the agreement, It was declared In a statement author- ized by his office here this morning. Mr. Cochvan'3 associates said they o'clock tonight. The International competition was started today, with entries from Pincher Creek In addition to" many Srom the rinks already present. In this contest, Russell, of Mac- Isod won the first game from Rhodes, had no knowledge of authority for fcf pincher Creek, and Kastner got a game from Prentice by default Hogarth, of Cranbrook, MuNab, from. Lethbridge, 'Robinson, from Stavely, Munro, from Tabor, and MoffalToI Claresholm are entered so far. A. Brady of New York to speak in Mr. Cochran's behalf. The statement read: "As far as Mr. Cochran is concern- ed the original contract for the Derap- sey-Carpentler fight holds. If Messrs Brady or RIckard have withdrawn, that Is beyond our If it is true, Mr. Cochran offers Ward of Cranbrook; McPhee to stage the London." It was stated thai Mr. Cochran naS not heard directly from Mr. Brady, but was inclined to believe the ruling In the Inter-orovinclal competition, started today McDonald, of Fernie; Doomed .to a black and bitter dis- mission as to a .ma'rhnum admission appointment, the table waiters at the fee to the Bght might have caused training-camp hotels, who imagine. him to "get out from under." :hat the Incoming ballplayers are i nabobs and reckless spenders, as free with tips as a porcupine with, quills. .Great Problimt Unemployment. Licking Jack Dempaey. The Federal Budget. Fooling Babe Ruth. Prohibition Enforcement. The pitching'rules. Governing Haiti. Home brew. One of the hardest in life: making of Infuriated pugilist be- lieve that it a .typographical er. ror which referred to him as "a fight- Ing lemon" instead of "a fighting de- mon." Do you want to see a real optim- ist? Then watch a puppy whose food- dish is totally empty, and see how times he will return to that dish, always cheerfully expectant, never discouraged, and never falling to try it over" again. Many a man who wants hJ.s rights gets the other fellows lefts on the nose instead. eron of the earns place are entered. Liphardt, Herchmer, Wallace, Stew- ari Johnson, Young, Brown and Lane, uui .ua iuim. all of Fernie are In this race for the of the New York-. State Boxing Com-! Liphardt cup. McPnee has forfeited to Wallace, and Johnson has won from Young In ona of the most even- ly contested games of the bonspiel, Johnson winning by one tally made with ais last rock. TELLS OF FERNIE 'SPIEL SILVER GRILL CUPTIESNDd MNIAYAFFEC1 SATURDAY'S PLAY out of Fernie another closely contested battle. In the McGrath contest, Stewart, of Fernie won from Ross, of Taber; and Kirkham won from Wallace, ot Fer- nie. In the Wulker competition, Ross, ot Taber, won from Miinro, of Taber; Herchmer, of Fernie, w'on from Mc- Donald, of Fernie; Stewart.-of Ferule won from Kirkham, of Lethbridge, ahd Kastner, of Fornie, won .from Ward, ot Cranbrook. It is expected that tonight and to- morrow the semi-tinals will all be reached and the finals may go over: be holding themselves until Saturday. j for the more important games next There are chances for Kliaost! _, 4........ tSTlKI However, 'there more chance don, However Have Your Entry in For Football Competition Early Saturday Guessing at the football results for Saturday Is likely to be difficult. Next week cup ties will bo played and some of the teams Saturday are likely to won from of Taber. .Notes Prentice, of Fernie is defaulting all his games, on account of the death of hit little child, erroneously report- ed to have been his wife, in a former communication to the Herald. Oliver, of Coleman is also out of the game, having, lost out in tho sec- ond day of the bonspiel. of Pincher Creek with his rink made the twenty-ilfth visiting rink to come to Fernie this year. So don't fail to get it In the mail to-- night for the early morning delivery. GREB GOT DECISION DALLAS, Jan. 'Greb of Pittsburg got the newspaper decision over Johnny Cellars of Toledo in. a 10-round bout here, last night. (By J. S. K.) The second day .of the. closed with the. 4.30' draw. big sptef The even- ing being taken up with the annual meeting and banquet. The weather turned to very mild jthe Curling Club put on one ot the most enjoyable feeds to an elaborate fashion. It was thoroughly enjoyed and the Introduction of ladles to curl- ers banquets is a step that will no I doubt followed in future. Fernie ladies devotees of the grand old 'game and have been In daily uttenfl- I ance at the lunch room io the rink. Circulating among the mak- ing everybody happy, and the impres- sion of cooperation that exists in the curling club of Fernie leaves no doubts as to why Ferule has nearly 200 weilders of the beeon and stane. A most enjoyable evening was spent with speeches, songs, dances and me weauier lurpea vu uiuu gfteni Wltn sneecnei and the five sheets in the curling selections. were wet for the afternoon draws. I Taber put in a DM for the spiel next The four sheets In the skating rlnkiyear. They figure on having a new are still tight. i hockey and curling rink by that time. McNabb and Snyder tangled In the j jf they cannot handle It, they will first 13 ender of the spiel with a win! operate at Lethbridge Under the sup- for McNabb. But Snyder came right ervlsion of the Taber Club. back in the nest draw, when he was Inter-provincial draw is on for Hundreds of men who have posi-jdown to the big Scotchmen from tions of high authority fit them the .Stavely, Robinson skipping. way gun. a 22 cartridge fits a 45 calibre Most of us still have a strange anl- again drawn against McNabb. Mac Wednesday. Nine Alberta rinks was three up and Snyder pulled a five j against nine from B. C., winners by total score, then play down. his third straight] The eights will be reached in all Ice went competitions Wednesday night. If soft weather does not interfere with Bonspiel plans. The bag pipes have been In dally attendance at the rink. Jno. Mnlr Kirkham won game, but on the watery Cameron of. Cranbrook still remains undefeated after fivo games. Russell of Macleod fell twice. Simpson won and lost two. Duff lost twice. McNab mal instinct remaining as the two and lost twice today. tage from our way-back ancestors- j berry had two wins and one black a curious animal instinct that brings mark. Clark played once and won in Tabtr. Jan. ISil. To the Sperling Editor 01 the Herald, Dear recent Tabor-Cole- man hockey Kama at Coleman has been productive of. much discussion, and a letter from Blairmnrc has fur- thered the nvatK-r, which in the Herald todiiy. referring to treat- ment of'Taber nlayere IB the game. We nre.glad to know that Blainnore 3s out for clean sport, and are friend- ly to visitors, aad appreciate the fact, and are sorry the result, even though due to accidents, wan disappointing to cur friends in the Pass. The short time available between the game ixnd departure ot tho traiu, -made it ne- cessary to condense, and with two pinyurs hors-de-combat, and a doctor in R' ofliiig, observations could not That were not aa tlfoy should Have was plain, but Tuber are no pikers, so the an- of the team was "the crowd paid to a and even if cripplerl, we lucl to he sports, so what's the us'i." Nevertheless, certain thing! statements of the team, and fans maltos it almost necessary to speak. Tho Coleman rink is inadequately Jightiid for hockey, though all right for curling. Further; the- rink is surrounded on three sides by a high bill with closo timber, which makes t> protection, but weakens the light- Ing effect. In a. spirited gamo. Rood light and careful watch are necessary tor fair judgment, the one was lack- ing, and the other loft much to be Tbe following statements riMwn from t.hg Tatter That one goal counted en of the net, that three goall were offside, that whcv the frttt of ordered a Cole- max player to the fence, he refused to anotter taking the judge by am, u4 dteUrinc. that he ehould not go, only by the persistency o( tho judge was the order carried out, the referee not making any de- that one player deliberately Stuck tin skate into the fence tor a Taller player to fall over, the latter receiving a bad tall, and that trip- ping and fouls were frequently In- dulged in by Coleman. The goal entering the rear of the net was plain to all, but the referee counted it. The altercation on the i'ce re fencing the player was in plain night. The fall was seen at the fence- but on account of the crowd the view was limited as to corners, 'but that fouls occurred, and that something not easily seen was wrong, wan-also plain, for-a couple of Taber pfayern who aro known for ijuiot manners, and sunny nature, were observed to grasp their stick! after an upset, and look to the mar, who had thrown them as If half de- cided to strilto. This Is entirely un natural' to these mon, a fast game.liard to judge as to cause. In- vestigation provss the correcttiesa of the guess that the cause was crooked play, so far as statements of tho men here go. That Referee Rlppen let a numVer of things slide was plaiu, perhaps the play was not easily seen In the light, but that a number of things were allowed that should not have been is a fact patent to many besido the players, and the referee was plainly told by some of the crowd that certain things must be allowed The temper of the crowd was in the main, .quite hostile. Allowance nuisi however always be made for wile fans, and nobody objects. But that players .should allow sentiment to Interfere with clean sport la not DO conclusive. could hare been said in a re- pArt, bnt frankly, with the Taber goal- keeper unflt tar business, tho us home at meal-times. today's draw, __ Another rink arrived from Pincher The noted surgeons who are mak- Creek. Olivier of Blairmore dropped ine artificial limbs out of steel and out.. leather aren't so much. We know1 Rev. Mr. Burns was asked to pray people who have ivory heads, rubber j for tight. Ice. He plays third for r I T .1 nnrl nt, thaw nlav (IfflW necks, and hearts of s.tone. Thrilling" Sentences "Don't give up the ship." "Raise you twenty-five." "All is lost but honor." "Three strikes, and "I would rather be right than be President." "Eight, nine, "Unconditional "Only eight dollara, bottled in (Copyright National Newspaper was a foregone conclusion. Tho undersigned was loath to believe it, but that Mala' could only take care of- them with Ills feet, was all too plain. But at the close of the game he assured tho correspondent that he coald havo shown a clear sheet in the nets but for tho accident, and as tu-it is hia usual hahlt. as opponents wall know the chances wore good for Taber tojhave carried off the honors and there are plenty to back the state- ment for a Ranie when he has re- covered. Coleman outskated the for- wards, as was expected, but as PoJg- er had to play Coleman. so most of the game was between fne Taber de- fence and Coleman. But there Is also strategy, and a goalie. And when all's said and done what's the use? SIz penalties were given Coleman players in the game, and, had the player who refused to take the fence not gone, the game would have had to be call- ed, so what's the use again? For all that, the Colnman and players, apart from games, seem to be a bunch of good fellows, and we may meot again. Liphardt and as they play the draw game, he is an interested person. Tuesday 9 a.m. Carherry 10; Prentice 9; (W.) Young 11; Curamlngs 10; (W.) Liphardt 12; Russell 6; (W.) Johnson 11; Reiver 14; (G. C.) Olivier 9; Cameron 13; (G. C.) Wallace 11; Lawe 10; (G. C.) McDonald 9; Moffatt 13; (T.-W.) Stewart 7; Rlngrose 14; (T.-W.) Snyder 11; Brown 10; (Mac.) Tuesday 11.30 Cameron vs. Patterson (W.) Ross McBurney (W.) Crumley vs. Simpson (Mac.) Oliver 6; Kastner 15 (Mac.) Ward C; McNab 18 (Mac.) Beck 0; Clark 15 (T.-W.) Herchmor vs. Johnson (T.-W-) Munro 15; Mortal B; (W.) Russell va. Prentir.o (T.-W.) Tuesday 2 p.m. Liphardt S; Kirkham 14; (Mac.) Wallace 13; Beard 14; (Mag.) Munro 10; McBurney (R. C.) Carberry 8; Cummlngs 9; (G. C.) McNab 12; Knyder 11: (T.-W.) Young 16; Duff 0; (Mac.) Olivier defaults to Ross (T.-W.) Beck 1C; McPhee 3; (G. C.) Ward 8; Crumley 10; (G. C.) Tuesday 4.30 McNab 12; Snyder 17; (Mag.) Brown 6; .Simpson 10; (Mrfg.) Robinson 11; (T.-W.) Patterson 12; Keiver 10; (T.-W.) Hogarth 7; Cameron 12; (T.-W.) Kaatncv 10; Munro 6; (T.-W.) Beard 7; Stewart 8; (W.) Lawe lii; McPhee 7; (T.-W.) Prentice 7; Duff 10; (G. C.) The Banquet The Fernie curlers have always en- joyed a rerMlitlon unexcelled hosts. They now bars cappc- he tiMma. iu tub record. The ladlw ol acts as drum major. In the Wednesday morning draw on Car-] tighter ice, all Lethbridge rinks ex- cept Clark played and won their games. Kirkham defeated Herchmer 16 to 5 In 10 ends. 9 a.m. Wednesday Cameron 11; Russell 6; (Mac.) Carberry 12; Robinson 11; (-Mac.) Simpson 19; Ringrose 11; (W.) Wallace 15; Brown 18; (W.) Hogarth 10; MeNab 12; (G. C.) Herchmer B; Kirkham 16; (G. C.) Snyder 12; Liphardt 14; (G. C.) Duff 10; Cummings 8; (T.-W.) McDonald 11; Young 4; C.) International Draw Inter City, 4.30 Wednesday. Carmangay vs. Pincher Creek. Macleod plays winner of above. Fernie vs. Coleman. Cranbrook vs. Lethbridge. Claresholm plays winner of bottom pair. Stavely vs. Taber. McNab Is the Lethbridge represen- tative. The ice is_jj little better today. Cameron of Cranbrook Is still un- defeated after six games. KNOXTOPLAY Junior and Senior Teams Will Have Exhibition N Game Knoi juniors will hold a practice hockey game with .the Mountles' aen- ior team Friday afternoon, commenc- ing at 5.45 o'clock. This Is practice night for. the Monntlei and the Knox boys are glvlnc up their hour on Sat- urday afternoon. Some of the Kfiox toys are (ait shaping into senior calibre and al- though this Is an exhibition game It should prove Interesting. PHUNB 410 STREtT OPENING ANNOUNCEMENT JACKW1SHART Recently with the'willarH tar- Station, over Battery room at Wllllanwon Garage, on tth at. South, will bt pnpand to and npalr all makes of at the lowert Bring your Battery to You art guaranteed a good job. D. S. WILLIAMSON A CO., LTD. Phono 320 tth St. S. 8.00 to 10.00 o'clock. Skatirig Tomorrow Afternoon and Evening 25e and 16c. TELEPHONE "Cyclone" Taylor To {Play Again; Thinks Speed Has Returned VANCOUVER, Jan. Taylor, probably the best known hoc-1 player in tfco country, will take his place In the Vancouver lineup at centre when Vancouver plays Victor- la hero next Monday. The veteran is confident that ho has regained Ills old time speed. SCOTLA'ND DEFEATS CANADA'S CURLERS "HERALD" Football Competition] RULES GOVERNING COMPE- TITION ARE AS FOLLOWS: 1 The competition will called The Hera'.l Football Competition.. Z. Competitors will 'entitled to as many entries as they aesirs, provided each entry Is accompanied by twenty- live dentfl, and coupons to the num- ber entries. t Competitors mutt cross out the namea of the clubs they think w.H low and crcas out the names of b'oth if they consider a Omw will reault. 4. Coupons can only be secured from the Sporting Pige of The Herald. fi All monies received will ba re- turned In The amount and numbers of prizes will be published morning: for that week's eanlts Tlpoults of competitions will ba publUbed every Wednesday and cheques to competitors will be mailed immediately on receipt of confirmation by tha Athletic News. mutt be posted or de- IfTered to The Herald before mid- on Fridays. A Friday post- marV from prints outside of the city of will considered a0 cor.talnlng a Iftfflfimate 7. name and addreao of the competitor must be clearly marked on earh coupnri. 8. stniutm must not Da used pay- ment for entries 9. All entries miinf to the "Editor, root hull Competition, The Hernkl. 10. Tho BportUiR decision will be final. 11. Employees of The Herald are from tho competition. ENTRY FORM GAMES PLAYED JAN. 22ND 1921 ENTRIES CLOSE JAN, HIT MIDNIGHT FIRST DJVISION Arsenal vs Tottenham. BljJkburn vs Burnley, bgiton vs Oldham. Bradford C. v< Newcastle. Sunderland va Liverpool. SECOND DIVISION Birmingham vs Stockport. Blackpool va Notts Forest. Cardiff vi Bristol C. Fulham Bury. Stoke vs South Shleldt. THIRD DIVISION Brentford vs Gllllnjhim. Brighton va Exeter. Crystal Palace vi MillwaH Reading va Porttmouth. Southampton va Watford. I enter the Herald Football Com petition in accordance with the nites .anil conditions annou and agree to accept tho pub. listed decision as final and legally, binding. LONDON, Jan. tho curling test match at Edin- today, Scotland defeat- ed Canada by 120 to 101 shots. The match was for 21 ends up. Signed ;