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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 25, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta I an TFE DPI H KKI1XJB DATLT HBKALB TUESDAY. JANUARY W, 11 BRINGING UP FA1HER By C. HcHaAus If We Knew How To Serve Yon Better We Would DoSo THE S1L VER GRILL HOCKEY TONIGHT; TABER VS LETHBRIDGE. 8 O'CLOCK ONE THOUSAND WANTED AT j LETHBRIDGE-TABER GAME: Will Be Vital Contest For Leth- Will Com- mence at S Boys Are Worthy of Your Support. thousand prople Is the aim for tonight's hockey gamu botwuen Tuber and Lothhrldgu. Everybody come and gjvo the hoys a helping hand at this critical gamp, if loses this one. with Tabor will prac- tically t-iii or the ru'inins. so come one and nil and boost for Lethbridge. Tabsr will b-i bringing a good bunch with them to help their boys along. Don't let them make all the Iioide. A good Cast gamu is assured 'because Taber has a first class team and Lethbridge's is just one notch better. HOC'KOV fans of Lethbridge must get behind 'heir team. The Lethbridge boys got off to a bad start and while [they still have hopes of a battle for i the supremacy of the league, they need all tho support they can get. I The management of the team conaid- i ers that his team is good enough to i win every game and if the boys cau do that they are certainly worthy of your support and assistance. Con- stant winning wilt put them right at the top yet. Don't forget, the game commences at 8 o'clock tonight In the rink, and une thousand people are wanted. MONTREAL INTERESTS TRY TO GET DEMPSEY TO FIGHT CARPENTER IN THAT CITY (By W. A. A fist little player named Groh, When sought by six ball clubs, said I am happy right here, Where my friends are all near, And I'm sure a big part the Guarantee of is in Sight is Interview- ing Tex Rickard in New York Need Amendment in Quebec Legislation. MONTREAL, Jan. defin- ite iG briny uempscy- Carpenttftr fight to Montreal was announced this morning when C. F. Graham, president of the East- ern Canada Securities Ltd., stat- ed that both he and Frank Good- speed, vice-president of the same company, were negotiating with Tex Rickard, one of the promot- ers of the fight An amount exceeding what it was said Rickard wanted to bring the two fighters here, viz.: 000, is iii sight. Today a repre- aentative is in New York seeing Rickard in the Interests of the two promoters. When he returns on Wednesday a syndicate will be formed if the New York inter- Mti are agreeable to the terms. This syndicate will then start ieusly to work. It will be neces- sary first, to secure an amend- ment of the Quebec laws regard- ing prize fighting. George Kennedy, owner of the Canadian hockey club, and all round boxing and wrestling pro- moter, is In New today, pre- sumably to interview Rickard and Jack Curly in connection with the fight. Whether he Is the emissary of the securities company cannot be said. Rickard Gets Notice NEW YORK, Jan. dian Rlekard this afternoon told the Canadian Press that he had received a telegram from C. F. Graham and Frank Qoodspeed of Montreal, saying a representative would call on him with regard to appropriation to stage the Dempsey-Carpentler fight In Montreal, but no one rep- resenting the Montreal men had yet appeared. "It'ii a poor rule that wont work both how would It sera If the players could sell or trade the magnates? Imagine Branch Rickey being traded tor Garry Herrmann; or Bill Veeck going to Boston (or George Grant and or Phill Ball figur- ing In a deal tor Til Huston and Jake Ruppert; and think how fast they'd all grant waivers on Bill Baker! Backward, turn backward, oh Time, In thy Bight- Give as some highballs, eld pal, for one night! ALBERTA AMATEUR BOXING i CHAMPIONSHIPS WILL BE HELD IN CALGARY, FEBRUARY 21-23 AH Contestants Must Have Ama- teur Close on Feb. Bantam Weights, Feather Weights, Light Weights, Welter and Middle Weights and Heavy Weights. army and navy information the rules. Any further secretary will be pleased to furnish. This association win guarantee the return railway Care of all those con- testants from points in the province outside of Calgary, who reach the finals in the contests. In no case will more than the stun of be paid to any contestant i for railway ex- penses. Address entries and inquiries to Military Amateur Boxing and Major W. S. Lawrence, R.C.E., Hon. Got It No more, the ulugging batsman aald, the horsehlde would maab, ITnlesi the club came through In soring with alxteeB thousand No more they'd >ee him belt the bulb, no more they'd see him Unless he drew thfct princely lum, he poi-i-tlre waa done! The owner of the club gaTe out a loud and ragping Tie player's huge demand, laid he, were Just too mnch by He'd show the player what it meant to back his iron Eight thousand was the topmoat smn, and not another bill! Whereat the scribeb, with merry hoots, joined with the owner's They prattled of the player's nerre and joahed that ivory When spring arrived, they all declar- ed, and athletes sought the camp, He'd sinn for smaller pay 30 fast I 'twould give him writer's cramp! But March came on, they went to i then, day after day, j Without one word or telegram, the slugger stayed away! Again the owner said and spoke, with I furious, wagging chin, "Let him go play in Yucantan! club will NOT give in And, two days afterwards, HE OOT IT. Exchanging Traublei Trading one lefthanded pitcher for another. Dominion! t; Tigers 4 EDMONTON, Jan. tha sec- ond time this season, the Dominions humbled the Calgary Tigers, defeat- Ing them by a score of to 4 at the Arena last night. Strengthened by the addition of Mummery and McDon- ald, the locals looked like a different team and used, a two and three man combination to adavntage. Etkimot 3; Canadians 0. CALGARY, Jan. goals at the start of the first period, the Eskimos of Edmonton defeated Management Of Canadians here last night. There Team Want it Played on Neutral Ice Coleman-Lithbridge hockey game of IMI week has been pro- tuted by the managtment of the Lethbridge team. Notice of thia protxt hai been received by the vice-president of the league, as well as by the president, and it expected a meeting of the lea- gue will be held Saturday. Owing to the circumstances un- der which thla game was forced en Lathbridga the management feel they have a right to have an- other try at Coleman. Coleman, it la claimed, knew the game call- ed for Macleod had been cancell- ed but, nevertheless, as some of their supporters admitted, they thought tethbridge was trying to put something over and came east. When It was learned they were on their way there -was nothing elie for It but to give them a game In Lethbridge. That gave Coleman the expensea of their trip, whereas if Lethbrldie had stuck to the vice-president's edict Coleman would havs been out ex- penses. HOCKEY RESULTS wag no further scoring by the Eski- mos and Renaud of tho visitors prov- ed a stonewall against the locals and kept them out of the nets for the en- tire game. It was a heart-breaker, thB players going at top apeed for the entire sixty minutes. Vancouver S; Victoria 2 VANCOUVER, Jan. a, record attendance of over 8000 fans, Vancouver toalght administered a 5 to 2 defeat to Victoria In what prob- ably was the fastest, game played here this season. "Cyclone" Taylor made his Initial appearance and ex- perienced llitle dlfflctUy In getting back into his old time form. He scor- ed one goal and assisted In another. NIGHT AT MO G.W.VA Start Training For Coming Season All Veterans Are Invited- Classes Will Be Weekly From Now On Wrestling association, with the sanc- tion of the Amateur Athletic Union of Canada, Is holding boxing contests to decide the amateur championuhips lor the province of Alberta. These contests are being held in the Cal- gmry armouries, on tho following Elimination contests on Monday atnd Tuesday, February 21st and 22nd, U21. Semi'final and final contests at 8 f.rn. Wednesday, February 23rd, 1921; will be held In tho follow- kg Bantam weight, 116 Ibe. and under. Feather weight, 126 Ibs. and under. tight weight, HO ibs. and under. Welter weight, 148 Ins. and under. Middle weight, 158 Ibs. and under. Heavy weight, Any weight. Weight will be ringside weights, will he rigidly adhered to. Any- one who fails to make the weight of tile clasK will be debarred. Secretary The Military Boxing and Wrestling Association. The Armour- ies. Calgary. Amateur cards may be obtained from E. D. Uattrnm, Esqi, HI Grain Exchange Bldg., Calgary. CARDSTON HIGH GIVES RAYMOND HOOPERS BEATING (From Our Own Correspondent) CAKDSTON, .Tan. K. A. stnrtents from Raymond recoived severe trouncing at the hands of the Cardston high school last nlsht. 46-24 was the tune played. Canlston was simply too fast for them, making it a rathor one-sided ContostH are ouen to all LEWIS THROWS CADDOCK In province of Alberta. Each contestant mint he in posses- pioe of on iimateur card. Entries munt roach the serietary Inter than Feb. 15th, 1921. Bach contestant must be in of a medical certificate la thn f, affect that he is lit to entor competl- 34 mlmitiH. l.rwin won wit.h j CQmbinnil hciul and hip lock. NKW YOIIK, Jan. I.ewits ol' Katl iloteml- r-il heavywoipht UU' tonight by l.'nnHYiiu- Cadduck, it for- mr-r flianTTiloii. In ono hour and Australia is the land where every- thing is tamed topsy-turvy. That's why so many third-rate American pug- ilists, after reaching AuBtralla, be- come champions o! the antipodes. Ehmke of Detroit bit more bitters than any other pitcher in the Ameri- can league during the season. Pacing Mr. Ehmke must lika a touch of ths Great Adventure. Some Chronology "Jack Dempsey will remain in Cali- fornia til! April when he will re- turn to New York and begin training for a bout Patrick's sociated Press Sport Dispatch. Some Epltapha Here rests in quiet Willie Groat- He could not swim, yet he rocked the boat. John Hendrickson reposes Slain by the shock ot his flrat near- beer. Mourn the sad fate of Rastus Ho won for they watch- ed the dice. Hewail the error of Prank lie said "I seen" In a Boston crowd. (Copyright National Newspaper Training for the summer sport sea- son will commence in the ranks of the G. W. V. A. on Thursday, Thomaa Longworth. president of the club, an- nounced this morning. A physical class will open at 8 o'clock Thursday night under the direction of Dave Pattie. This class will be open to .all mem- bers of the G. w. V. A., no matter whether they play on any veteran team or not. Last year the football team was greatly assisted by gym- nasium work undertaken by the club and this year it is the intention of the club officials to get started early Coca Cola Meets League Teams Schedule Divided The first game in tho City Bowling League takes place tomorrow (Wed- nesday) night at 7.30 sharp, when the Cirea Cola team takes the alleys against the Herald. The second game is on Thursday night, the Giants meet- ing the Dominions. It was decided to make out the schedule in two parts, the winner of the first part playing off for the cham- pionship with the, winner of the sec- ond part. Arrangements were also made for postponements. When a team is unable to bowl on the night scheduled they can give notice the day before and have the game post- poned. Several good prizes are in Bight for the truntllera this season, and every- thing points to a month or two ot good sport. The league consists of four teama as follows: Coca Needs, Sharer, Smith, McCambly and Aird. Coy, Rislor, Jones, Evans and McNabb. Maclean, Fltz- Patrick, Lea.sk, Playfair and Briggs. and have their men in first class Nelson, Llscombe, shape when the football and baseball seasons open, ARTHUR PELKEY HAS SLEEPING SICKNESS WINDSOR, Jan. Pelkey, heavyweight champion pugilist of Can- ada, now a member of the Ford coun- cil and police force, is suffering from what doctors diagnose as sleeping sickness. Pelkey was taken to the hospital Saturday afternoon. He had Sloan, Freestone and Hopper. The first named in each cue will act as captain of his team, and see that his men are on the job when scheduled to bowl. The balance of the schedule will Ing the week. he published dnr- Mare Than Two Hundred En- Veterans and Mounties Will Play tries Last Week's Contest Tomorrow and High School Tonight Another city league hockey game is in the oiling. Wednesday night tho Veterans and Mounties will lock horns and after the game s'Katlng will Another record has been establish- ed for The Herald's football competi- tion. Last week the number of en- tries numbered more than two hun- dred, an increase of almost forty over the previous high mark. That Is very gratifying, showing the take place. The game will commence Increasing interest In the competition i at 8 o'clock and will finish at nine. and football In general as the local! After the big Taber-Lethbridge game tonight the Rotes and the High school juniors will lock horns." It is neces- sary to boost the juniors as much a; possible so-a good crowd is wanted, to remain. ceaton approaches. However make this and batter than erer. Cup ties are tbe big attraction this week and every football fan should take a chance on picking the winners. This season's playing In the Old Coun- try has been a hard one to the dupe- liters 30 this week's cup ties should (trove quite a drawing card. Kemember your entry must be accompanied by twenty-five cents, not In stamps, and most be in The Herald office by the list mail on Saturday morning. Noon will be too late be- cause before that time some of tha results will be in the office. KETCKELL WINS CINCINNATI, Jan. Ket- chell, Toledo lightweight, defeated Dave Sandow. Cincinnati In a ID-round bout here last night. Smoke For bnt Tttaltt, bay in largt pachagu PHUN3 (M Col. H. J. Mackie, M.P., promises Pembroke a mail delivery system iu the near future. OPENING ANNOUNCEMENT JACK WISHART Recently with the Willard Ser- vice Stutlon, has taken over thc Battery roam at the Williamson Garage, on 9th St. South, and will be prepared to charge and repair all makes of Batteries at the lowest price possible. Bring your Battery to me. You are guaranteed a good job. D. S. WILLIAMSON CO., LTD. Phone 1546. 320 9th St. S. 410 riFTM STREET Hockey Match TONIGHT LETHBRIDGE V8. TABER 8 o'clock. ROTARIANS VS HIGH SCHOOL 9.15 o'clock. 50c Admission to All. A MOCCASIN DANCE will be held at the rink on Saturday, Jan. 29th. Phone 1849. U. S. A. TENNIS STARS MAKE CLEAN SWEEP IN AUSTRALIA MATCHES SYDNEY, N. S. W., Jan. United States cup tennis players made a clean sweep of the third ser- bslen 111 for some time, although he ies 0[ maiche, the Australian had continued at work. This is the the Wla. third case of sleeping sickness report-) beat J. B. Hawks 6-3, ed in the border cities. wil! bu lipld under BRITTON AND LEWIS HAVE SIGNED UP NEW YoniC, Jan. Brltton, welterweight champion and Ted Lewis the former titleholder, signed articles and posted forfeits today for toeir bout CANADIAN ATHLETES AT PENNSYLVANIA MEET PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 22 from McOili University and the Dili- versity of Toronto may be seen in ac- tion here at the University of Penn- sylvania track meet at the end of April, if Invitations sent to those two bodies to send teams for the various ovents iiro accepted. The University of rennsylvania of- ficers arn airso jiwnltins a reply to an invitation sant to Franco asking the University of Paris to send a ono-milo relay team. No contestants are expected from Oxford or Cambridge this year, al- though they have a standing Invita- tion to participate in Pennsylvania's relay games every year. An English kowerer, la looked for la mi. and Wm. Tllden defeated Norman E. i Brooks 6-4, 6-S, 8-5. I In tho doubles Watson WashbnrB and Johnson defeated Perry and Wood, 3-9, 7-6, 6-1. WINNIPEG SKATERS CO EAST FOR CHAMPIONSHIPS WINNIPEG, Jan, Goodman, champion speed skater of Canada, and Davw Patrick, of thn Winnipeg Skat- ing club, leave tomorrow morn- ing for Montreal to take part in the Canadian championships on Saturday They will also attend the American meetings at Saranac Lake and Lake Pla- cid next week. "HERALD" Football THIS RUUC8 GOVERNING THE COMPETITION ARE Aft FORM 1, Ttw competition will TIES PLAYED JAN. MTH HeraM Football 2. Competitors will be entitled to many entries ae they dealrt, each by CLOSE JAN. 28TH and coupuu to Uie ber of ehtrlea. 1 Competitor! mult crou out of the clubs they think vs Cardiff. IOM and CTOM out the numes of both if they a draw will result. 4. COWPOBI can only to mcured vs Huddersffeld. Swindon vs Chelsea. the fiycitlni Pago of The Shields vc Luton. 5 AP montee received wltl be returned prices. The amount mid r. umber! of priiwa will be VB Pty mouth. Derby vs Wolverhampton. Monflir morning for vc Queen's Park ft. fame! of competitions will be every Wednesday and cheques to competitors will oe mallwJ tmmMiately on receipt vs Wednesday. Crystal Palace vs Hull. Tottenham vs Bradford City. mutton by thf Athletic County vs Aston Villa. 6. Ml en must be posted or delivered to Henld before N.E. vs Watford. nifht on Pftdayi A Friday pott-mark from polnw of the LEAGUE of LethbrMffe will ennslderBd containing n entry. 7. The narhv and nddreae of United Clyde. Ctydebank vs Hamilton A. competitor njiwt bt marked vs Dumbarton. rnrh vs Morton. S. mtmt not be used aa for enter tho IltirnM f-'nottinll Cpm t. All entHon mnftt irtnYeniwl in Ihe FnntSnll f T-lVraM. in tireonlrxnre with the rules and condition B annoum'Sii ]4. The Rportlnr PMItnr'fl and asree lo ucrept the pu' J wfll bo decision uo and logall t 11. Kmplnyewi of 1 barred from the competition, fug. ;