Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 22, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAOU SIX SATURDAY, JANtIA]^T.��. l�Sl BRINGING UP FATHER By G. MclUanus THERE-'*, COUNT \ "w^NT xoo TO oo ^t> HE OOE�5 A-> HE l6 tsOClET^ REMEMBER WATCM EVERN* MOVEMENT f%ANO DO ey/SCTLV .V^HAT HE OOE LON1 retUVld THK ^' � CtiUMT MOW TO dZ-r TO 1V� IP To Serve Yob SILVER LETHBRIBGE HOCKEYISTS TAKE GAME FROM PINCHER CREEK BY TEN Ttt SIX SCORE FRIDAY Billy Henderson, Boucher and McFee Were Big Scorers -Marquis and Alexander Were Pincher Creek Stars 1 -Alexander Collapsed After Game-Billy Henderson Received Bad Eye. Before a small crowd at Pincher Creek the Lethbridge city hockey team Friday night defeated the Pincher Creek team by a score of ten to six, and proved they are still in the this brand of playing more than they did in the past two games. During the �rst three minutes of play the puck travelled to both ends of the rink and Boucher made a shot running. Although Blalrmore and; that glanced off the goal post and Coleman won their games Ijethbridge; then Billy Henderson made the first still has a chance to make its presence score. Right from the face-oft Murguls Itnown in the Crow's Nest League, and; went down for a score. Reber return- they will do it with half a show. With the exception of Duke Hendor- ed with a rush, but was stopped by McLean and then Pincher took a few son all the boys were in. good shape. \ long shots without any results. Seven Duke was on the sick list but played his defence position well. Boucher sta^t^d the scoring and piade some beautiful rushes during the game. PJricher Creek at times loosened up wl^h a bunch of speed that was not expected and they put up a good de-letice against Lethbridge. Marguin and Alexander are two minutes after Billy scored McFee put one Into the net and but for the good �work of Armstrong and Alexander more shots would have been made on the Pincher goal. The period ended two to one for Lethbridge. Lethbridge Gets Five Two minutes after the opening of the second period Boucher made a men on the Pincher Creek team, who j beautiful rush down the ice for a would be handy men with any team' tally. Three minutes later Marguis in the league. Marguis is a young got through for a goal. After another man and is eager to win. His stick handling is good and he has abund- four D^Jnutes playing Billy Henderson got the puck in a mixup in front of ance of speed. Alexander is somewhat! Pincher goal and rolled it into the older at the - gam^ but recently has heen suffering from a broken rib and at the close of the game last night he collapsed. Good Defence Men Armstrong and Alexander played the defence positions for Pincher Creek. They stopped many promising rushes by the Lethbridge boys, and they also, when the play was close to goal, saved scores when the goal keeper would have been unable to do so. McLean, in goal made some excellent saves', but allowed some easy ones to go through. The Lethbridge boys did not have corner of the net. Boucher was put off and in three minutes time McFee made a long rush and put a hot one past McLean. Reber took the puck up to the Pincher goal and in two minutes Billy Henderson took bis pass and put oneytbiipugh. In another five minutes BUly got another score, the period ending with a total of seven to two for Lethbridge. At the opening of the third period the management of the Lethbridge team put on Fred Henderson and Paul for seven minutes. Pincher got busy and In two minutes Marguis got a score. His shot struck the post and to exert themselves to their fullest ex-; went In. Armstrong, one ot Pincher's tent. The score at the end of the first' defence men proved himself good In a period way two to one for Lethbridge j rush and got a goal In two more mln-and at the end ot the second seven to ' utes. One minute later ho scored two. Billy Henderson received a bad , again. ftruisc under his right eye. So far asl For two minutes the playing was on brazen bad i)laylng was concerned the Pincher's portion of the ice with the game was free but there was a lot of i result that Reber scored. He took a Bittooth tripping done. /Hart .was in goal for Lethbridge. pass from Boucher. Billy Henders,on scored in another minute and then During the third period, when Pincher i McFee came right back with a goal, were extending themselves his qual-' .'Uexander scored the last goal of the ity was tested out considerably. Hart's game, chief trouble was a number a Pincher j The players were: belles oil the fence behind him but' Lethbridge,-Hart, goal; Duke Hen-Billy ; ii/lersoa fi.\ed everything for derson arid Boucher, defence; McFee, Hart. McFoH, playing centre was more coutre; W. Henderson, rlKht wing; in ovidt'iice than he was agaiual Cole- Reber, left wing. Paul and F. Hender-man, mailing some good niahes, iiotli son, subs. ????? ^ arrod from tho competition. ENTRY FORM CUP TIES PLAYED JAN. �TH 1921 0 ENTRIES CLOSE JAN. 28TH MIDNIGHT Brighton vs Cardiff. Bradford ve Huddergfield. Swindon vs Chelsea. South Shields ve Luton. Swansea vs Plymcsiith. Derby vs Wolverhampton. Burnley vs Queen's Park R. Everton vs Wednesday. Crystal Palace vs Hull, Tottenham vs Bradford City. Notts County vs Aston Villa. Preston' N.E. v* Watford. � SCOTTISH LEAGUE Ayr United vs Clyde. Clydebank vs Hamilton A. Dundee vs Dumbarton. Hearts vs Morton. I enter the Herald Footbali Com petition III accordance with the' rules and conditions announced above, and agree to accept the pub-1 llshe'd decision aa final and legally binding. Ita u�e mark* you a� � Audge t9bucco 30282?