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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MOB am UP FATie MONDAY. JANUARY 34, 1021 By G. McManus OCTOP A.W.VT i THINK RY COLL-Y -VOU LOOK IF YOUR wire S COLLECT ON n am. mmn If We Knew How To Serve Yon Better We Would DoSo THE SILVER GRILL TABER PLAYS LETHBRIDGE TUESDAY NIGHT; COLERIAN WILL BE AT BLAIRMORE Big Crowd Wanted the Local Win 1. TV 131 .J. for Blairmore Will Give Them a Good Lead Over 'i Coleman Pincher Will PUy in Macleod. CAP-OSTON HOOPERS NOT COMING THIS WEEK It was announced this mcrn- inff ihat the C'ardston basket- hull team will'not keep its date in this week. The yanio will not go bv default, however. A .date for the garni.- will be announced later. c- TUESDAY'S HOCKEY GAMES Taber at Pincher Macleod. Coleman at Biilrmore. It Tuesday night will be critical Ia the history o! this year's Crow's Neat Hockey League. A loan for Leth> bridge will practically set the sun for the locul a win will still keep thorn in the running. Blairmore] will play Coleman on home fco aud i for Blairmoro wfll be another lialp for Lethbridge. I Tomorrow night's Kame hare will' Dot be a walkaway for Lothbrid-e.. The Taber players will all be out of' hospital by that time and thnt con-1 tre has a hotkey team which has to he reckoned with. The improvement I xt __ shown recently in the Lethbridge i Montreal ISewspaper Makes Ser- hockey team causes the team man- Kiement to iiredicf a win for -the locals after a hard contest. This game will commence at eight sharp. A large crowd is want- ed at the rink and a game as fast as the Coleman-Lethbridgo affair is ious Charge and Urges Investigation MONTREAL, Jan. Stand- ard today, under the heading of "Am- ateur makes some interesting promised. A good sized crowd ot i remarks on boxing matches at Ottawa, which It is asserted, though suppos- odly amateur, included out and out professional says: talent. The Standard "It is Alleged that one of the good rooters will go a long way with rank Ing the local players put their best into the game. A win for Lethbridge is another grip on the league cham- pionship. The Pincher-Macleod game cannot i who participated In one of have any effect on the leuue utand- week's bouts at an amateur club, ing. A win for Macleod will make amateur auspices and with an these two teams tied for the cellar amateur opponent, was none other position. A win for Blalrroore Willie Herman, the well put that team in first place with a' professional. He fought under of 113 points over Coleman. tlle name of Horore, his opponent be- The feeling of rivalry between Blair- IngDennis Critchlow, nn Ottawa amat- It lint Dont In Switzerland, they do not play Our jovial game of There Is no place in Switierland To play the game at For the mountain-sides run up as steep As the average's horse's stall1. They never skate, 10 it li aald, In 'ar-o'ff They do not cut the figure sljht, Nor carve tha five-tipped For the stock of ice, in that hot joint, Is way, way under par! In Labrador and Greenland's isle, Among the polar mows, Jack Dempaey'd starve to They have no baring If he went there, they'd his gloves The hungry Eskimo.! SCOTTISH LEAGUE ALL-STAR FOOTBALL TEAM WILL TOUR CANADA FROM MAY TO JULY PUBLIC SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBALL LEAGUE '1 PORT ARTHUR TEAM CLAIMS A RECORD PORT ARTHUR, Jan, The Port Arthur hockey team believes it made a record in playing and winutug fire plonshlp games in the six play- ing of last week. Ths team pitted and won erery night except Wednesday and victims included all the teams In the Thunder Bay two at Fort Wil- liam and one at Kenora. The total score for the week was 42 for the Port Arthurs and 19 for opponents, or more than 2 goals to 1. One of the stock fables of the last two yuara: So-and-so'a returned froai the war "without a scratch." There never was u. soldier who through that war and didn't get plenty of wai the one great sport, both outdoor and Indoor, during the campaigns. New Books Received "On the Auction Block, or, The Gilded Rogers Hornsby. "The by Joe Jackson. "This Merry Life of by Walter Reuther. "When Scottish Were by Wayne B. "Life of a Floor by Joe iBeckett "In Wlahful by Kid OlMlon. Opltlmltta The fellow who thinks the enforoe- A Hard Fight Ended in Victory Hat Junior Hoclteyists Coming (Prom Oar Own Correspondent) TABER, January, The Taber Junior basketballera took the Medi- cine Hat team into camp m the game here Friday night in the Social hall by a score of The local team was greatly related over the game at Bow Island recently ia which Taber was victorious and got on a game with the Hatters, while Blairmore was here. The cold wind affecting the attendance at the hockey game, had no visible effect on basketball Definie Given Executive of Dominion Football AM'H About This List of Play- ers Announced. WINNIPEG, Jan. 2J.-0.flnIt. at- nave practically bcori the local executlvt of tha Dominion. Football atnclMlon that an all-atar Scottish Itagu. ag- gregation will tour the country during Juna and July, ac- cording to local tvinlng papers. First atipi toward tha Mltetlon of the ttam havt been mad., and several prominent player, provisionally agreed to trip under conditions laid down by Scottish Football aaaocla- tlon, whott endorsatlon of the trip is virtually Canada's rtquest for a first- clui team from the Old Country received able hacking from a wall- known Glisgow evening newspap- er, and tht milter has been push- ed to that extent when the meat- inf of certain demands and obliga- tions only remain necessary. The following player, have pro- visionally agreed to tour Canada during the coming summtr: (Third Lanark.) Clark, Cowan and Tay- lor and Ming MoAnew (Third (Albion Rov- McMenany, (Partlck This- Wilson fteott Duncan Allan Morton Qulnn. Central A 0 I Fleetwood 1 Westminster..... Central 3 Galbraith 4 Mime 01 rivalry between inent staff will never be larzii pnnnili "aa no vlslDle ettect on Baske and Colemau Is very keen nnd :our- Herman, under the uome de make the naOondrT ifor a Kood ol" I eueri-o ot Honore. was recoeaized a hard fought gome is expected. All the L-ethbridge players are in excellent shape. Billy Henderson is expected to be oil the job. Boucher will have a chance to do some more I guerre of Honore, was recogaized by well known boxing fan present at the bouts. The same boxing follower alao Toiikes the statement that on the same bill was Youug Marshall, au- of his wonderful work on Tuesday ot.her Montreal professional boxer, 3._i_. who. under the name of Baker. hnTftd Don't forgot a big crowd is wanted si the rink for the Taber-Lethbrirtge DEFENDS COLEMAN rKUAI TABER ATTACK: who, under the name of Baker, boxed an amateur from the Classic club of Toronto, named Hamilton." I The Standard will urge an Investl- gatiou, saying thnt there seems to he room for considerable inquiry Into what urrpears to ba a very doubtful j state of cleanliness In Ottawa's box- ing amateur circles. (From Our Own correspondent) j CARDSTON ACCOUNT OF BASKETBALL GAME COLEMAN, Jan. Is the i matter with the Taber (Prom Our Own correspondent) He travelled -with the had a! CARDSTON-. Jan. night sood time and when at convenient the Cardston basketball team gave distance writes like a. whipped baby. the Lflthurldge team a neat trimming He trespassed upon uur prssence and lo tDQ g0 to 16. It was the got preference shown in his write up game seen on this floor this of the Taber-Coleman game but still winter. The Lethbridge boys put up he kicks. It's a clear case of sore- a good scrap but the Temple head. The hoys from Taber, ho city lads were too much for them, amongst them came up .with the da-.i L. Woolf, the referee, gave tery clared intention of sweeping tha ico. good satisfaction to both teams, but with our boys. They said EO on the there ware too many foula end con- train. They were over-confldent ami sirterahlo "roughing" in the last half. the old saying came true, "Pride The'following is the line-up of the goeth, etc." Th'e correspondent may teams aud points scored by each play- have been writing up the game on er: the journey and what nettled him j that Coleman beat his pels. i I can't understand the Blairmore' wail. It's a nervous cry. I gather S Cahoon, 4; B. Curd, R. Long. Total, from his remarks he has always been a spectator at cricket matches, whore they apologize when the bail dently hits ooc. The players for Taber said It was a clean game but strenuous, with a. good deal of hard checking. Fair play! We have our own idea of the .replay at Lethbrldge. Be on deck and fcee that Coleman gets fair play on Tuesday evening. I.etlibrldge: Green, 7; Young, 4; Ir- 'In, 5: Snow, Cope. Total IS. Cardslon: E. Long. S; L. Gaboon, 8; 20. It waa a big house and a fast game, accl- and the Cardston boys did themselves proud. r who that txMr and i 8ne The gamo coming back again. tast and lae t8ams pretty evenly matched, the pendulum swinging first "one way, then the other, during the drat period, but wine are coming back agaL The statesman who many will ever keep its word. The Cuban who dreams that sugar will go up to 29 cents, a pound again. Georges Carpentier. Speaking of skirts, d'you remember Taber outlucked the Hatters, win- ning the round by In the first part of the second, Taber had It most of the way and it appeared that the the outcry about dust and sweep-' ga9 city was liue tor "ne trim' ings catching the hems? Fine chance Dut in tne latter part the Hat- the dust has nowadays. .The sons of the rummies who blew out the gas are stepping on it now. Forfeit Bond Many girls still wear flannel pettU they are all in cradles. How Do They Get That Way? Baseball magnate.. Head Blondes. Scenario writers. Black-and-tanc. Imitators of C. Chaplin. "A black coat with a gold and lac- quer red brocade, a circular skirt out- Is Discovered SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. Kearns, manager of Jack Demprey, heavyweight champion o! the world, was notified today that Che f for- feit bond which was posted in New York for the Carpentier-Dempaey Bght had been found. Kearns made the tol- lers spurted to what proved to bellowing statement: an almost even score, the crowd be-1 "Dan McKetrick and the real of coming wildly excited over the close j those fellows knew where the bond running of the respective teams.' was all the time. The bank had It, Taber, however, managed to get away and the one they found In my safe with the bacon after a hot flght, win- deposit box was just a copy. The real ning the by Both teams i bond was posted in the early part of ware well satisfied with, the game November and haa been in the liands and the Hat took the result calmly.! of the bank since that time." The lineup was as follows: Medicinal Hat, Niblock and Rimmer, defence; BECK RINK FROM Connors, centre; Waite and Craw- ford, foorwards. In ths same order Taber, Price and Johnson; L. Con- rad; I. Harris; H. Harris. Roy John- son of Barnweil was referee, deci- sions being sharp and giving good satisfaction. Return games will be COLEMAN MADE A GOOD SHOWING lined in gold picot Note Played this week at Medeclne Hat And yot they wonder that strong men and Bow Island. It Is expected that rave and gibber with foaming Ifps. will be formed shortly to include the Hat, Bow Island, Burdett, Taber and riarnwell, the season out- lasting hockey. The games already Page Judge Landli! !f two runners near the home plate ____. one right behind the other; and while played uuv the catcher is trying to tag the first 'he league is under discussion, and runner, the other reaches through ha- a schedule may shortly appear. A: had been to make tblnir, ween the first runner's feet and dance followed thu game last night, for the vi, "fr, touches the plate, does the run score a large number attending. emovaoia ror inn if the plate Is touched before the Medicine Hat hockey juniors are catcher tags the first man for the hilled to play Taher juniors at tha lo- (From Our Own Correspondent) COLEMAN, Jan. the curl- ers are back trora the bonsplel. ono had a pood time and found the hospitality of the Fernle Curling club exceeded all their expectations. There was a fine feeling of friondllneis all through. how painstaking the Fernie members PILLING TO TRAIN AT LETHBRIDGE "Y1 Winners of Events At Femie 'Spiel Macleod of Fernie. Magrath of Ta- Bf Taber. Walker W Leth- (From Our Own Correspondent) CAKDSTON, Jan. Pilling, i the Cardston home-grown boxor, who Hjiccecdcd in [Hitting the K. 0. on Mc- I Loan at Ruymond lant Wednesday j night, .will go to Lethbridgaf Monday next, to train at the "Y" preparatory I to entering the big athletic meet at Calgary on February 22. He will bring tho middleweight championship of Al- I berta to Cartiaton from the Calgai y meet, so his admirers hern claim. Oranrf KlrWum of Leth. L Kastawf: cf Fernie. STRANOLER LEWIS TO DEFEND TITLE NEW YORK. Jan. 24.-B3 (Strang- lor) will defend his world's wrestling title here to- night against Karl Caddnc.k, .1 form- er champion. Caddock lost the title last year to Joo Stocher, who recent- ly lost it to __ third out? (Copyright National Newspaper Ser- vice) j cal rink on Tuesday, Jan. 25th. The Taber Junior team are a fast aggrega- tion and have a year's growth over and no apprehension afl to enloyable for the visitors. Tho Beck rink did remarkably well. They played six games, won 3 and lost But for the fact that tho Rev. D. K. Allan was called home on ac- count of sickness In the stood a favorable chanci he .family. It :e of being In HOCKEY RESULTS the jewelry class. hart to de- fault In Walker, Grand Challenge HAMILTON DEFEATED HAMILTON, Cana-1 diens gave hockey fans somewhat ot a surprise hero Saturday when they defeated the Hamilton team in the rinsing gamo of-tho first half of the X. II. L. schedule by a score of 1 to last yea the result is felt here but the juniors are anxious to get Into the limelight, j and" Intematinnli'l and are ready to take on all comers.' The and Olivier'rin) Pat Malo, Carr, Tolton Qarnck will up agaiust but both h be there as usual. It IB probable: 50rae very There the annual old men's hockey game be more rinlls Coleman next, will be staged before long, and there yettr M Ue an t th b is also Iiockoy gamci will be staged i before l game, will be staged beei, aroused onir, and thcrr. Is also talk of u ladles' team. 'Several stitches were put in Mcl'harland's forehead by a local medico last night, but he will appear on thn ine as usual with the seniors. One official forgotten in election of officers was a club surgeon. Almost tho whole regular lineup has been hamstrung In ono way or an- other this winter. OTTAWA SENATORS BEATEN OTTAWA, Jan. the first timo this season the Ottawa Senators went down to defeat on their own ice on Saturday night when after a bril- liant stubbornly contested overtimo gamo Si. Patricks of Toronto defeat--------- ed tire world's ttampiouu by a scoro i come to Plttsburg, accorrtlag to an- MARANVILLE TO JOIN P1TTSBTJRO, Jan. 24.- PITT8BURG -Walter Mar- anrllle, shortstop of the Boston Na- tional league baseball team will of 6 Is Two of the boat rinks from Fernie are going to make a friendly visit; soon and engage In one or l.wo games with our local curlers. PUBLIC SCHOOL GIRLS SR. BASKETBALL LEAGUE made last Westminster Oalbraith Central A Central B Fleetwood W. Pet. .533 .714 .500 .200 .000 Pci. 1.000 I .3001 .500 .000 LEAGUE 10 START 8ASKETIALL LEAGUE Schedule Will Be Drawn Up To- Playing This Week FlMtwood Galbraith Westminster Central A Central B L.. 1 1 w. 3 3 1 0 Pet. .750 .666 .000 .500 .000 ENTRIES IN LAS1 WEEK'S CON1ESI Four evenly matched teams have- been picked for the bowling league which will start this wool; at tha Dominion alleys. The players havo been distributed among the teams su that they are us nearly oven as it HI [.possible to make them. The schedule I will be drawn up tonight, and it is hoped to have the first games played this week. The Cocas Ooa team has a strong line up. with Manager Price at the helm. The Herald is also rep- resented with a team composed of members of the staff. The other two teams have not selected names for their teams hut will do so toniKht. CURLERS WIN AGAIN The Cop Tie. Will Make This Contest Exciting Affair Entries in football contest I which on Saturday exceed i of any for'iome time past i and thli it eijwcied the num-j ot win another in-! cap tlaa next Saturday' will make this conttrt far', more interesting. j The of liet week's contest will ba announced on Wednesday. So many unexpected wins were record- ed In tho rasolts from Eng- land on Saturday that the percentage' of wins by contestants is likely to be! imatl. Saturday's surprises are like-1 y to hava some bearing on next Sat- j urdajr's games at wall, I This week will giT4 yon a splendid! opportunity to Me how your system of doping out the garaee Is working. 3on't forget to have your entry in' .he Herald by the Orst mail i LONDON, Jan. Canadian Canadian curlars deteat ed Galloway today by 55 shots. OPENING ANNOUNCEMENT JACK WISHART Recanlly with the Willird Ser- vice Station, hat taken over the Battery room at the WHIIamvon Garage, on ftth South, and will be prepared to charge and repair all makes of at tha lowett price possible. Bring your Battery to me. You are guaranteed a good job. D. S. WILLIAMSON CO., LTD. Phone 320 9th St S. Saturday morning. OMCNm 410 FIFTH STREET BAND TONIGHT SKATING FROM 8.00 TO 10.30 35c and1 25c, HOCKEY MATCH TOMORROW NIGHT TABER VS. LETH. 1849 "HERALD" Football Competitic RUUK8 GOVERNING THE COMPE. TITION ARE AS FOLLOWS: 1. The competition will be called The Hera' Football Competition. 2. Competitors will be entitled to as many eiuriea as they desire, provided each entry by iwcntj'- fiva cents, and coufunj to num- ber of entries. i I'uu UKijr Vd secured [I Spn. Hnft Page of Kerala, 5 Al? monlcR will lju iv- in prizes. The amount ami r.umbftrs of prlsres will be published -very Monday mnrning for that week'ii pubiuuitrl to (.-onipetltors will mailed on receipt of nnrmnllon by Olr Athletic News. 6 V miwl poated or livprtid to The Herald before mid- night on Frtdfliri A Friday poat- ;irV from polnri outslrti' of the city of LfThhrldlTP will ronwiderea us contnlnlne it entry. 7. The nnme and of competitor must be clearly marktid on 8. not be used an pay. for I. All cntrle.1 must addreHcefl to tho Ed'tor. Foolrnil Competition. 10. Tha Kditor'M will be 11. of The Hrndd are barred from Ult competition. ENTRY FORM CUP TIES PLAYED JAN. Z9TH 1921 ENTRIES CLOSE JAN, ttTH MIDNIGHT Brighton vs Cardiff. Bradford vc Huddertflcld. Swincion VG Chelsea. South Shields vs Luton. Swansea vs Plymouth. Dtrby va Wolverhampton. Burnley vs Qucon's Park R. Evertcn vs Wsdrisaday. Crystal Palace vs Hull. Tottenham vt Bradford City. Notts County vs Aston Villa. Preston N.E. vs Watford, SCOTTISH LEAGUE Ayr -United vi Clyde. Clydcbjnk vs Hamilton A. Dundee vs Dumbarton. vr, Morton. I enter the Herald Football Com petition iu accordance with th rules and conditionc announce above, and Agree to accept the pui lished decision as final and legall binding. Addrww ;