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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGR STS LETHBHIDOE DAILY MONDAY, JANUARY 26, 1920 UP FATHER By G. Me Manila IF fOO WANT HE TO OH BOX VOO'LU HW TO PICK OUT A, IN OCEAN IN XHEeJNVORLD OF Lethkidge Turns Out Star Team of Season Beats Hatters 5 to 1 Definite Superiority Over Gas City CreWi Proven at Every Local Player and Boucher a Great Defense of Hatters Gets Broken Nose in Head-on Collission. er than ever with ihe JlatU'rs ing Lt desperate effort to srore. They shot from every conceivable angle. but Sutherland was cool as .1 cucur.i-j her. I'lay was somewhat mor.i roush, and decorated the fence before Vlay hsd gone very MeUeasi, was back in the game, was senl lo the boards for pulling Hober over his Then Ted Turcotle took a trip to the cooler. IMay was up and down the ice meanwhile with numerous shots on uoal. Then MoKcy anc! Kcher staged another brilliant combination which resullcd ia a pretty goal by Rcber from cloce range. Ttiis enOed tho scoring, though Boucher and Mc- Kay made ono of their characteristic rushes which called on Woodhouse to put up hfi best lo save n goal. Tur- cotlc was penalized Jiut before time. During the game McKay scored two goals and. figured in the combination which resulted In the other three Lethbridgo couplers. The liue-un: Medicine Hal. Lethbridfie. Skating Tonight Return to the regular skstlna nights at the L. A. A. A. rink will begin with today which will be very pleating to the fani who have been very patient while the hockey boyi have been trying to clean up postponed games. The Ice will be In good shape (or to- night and a big crowd of skaters should be present. The rink committee is now ar- ranging for a big fancy dress car- nival while a mocassin dance Is also on the cards. Wooilhouse Falrburn tnlght Covey 3. Nasoii Goal R. Def L, Def. Centre. In what was voled to be the most] satisfying game ot hockey ever seen on local ice by every one ot tho 400 or more fans who braved the wintry breezes to witness it, the I.cthbrldge district league team sent the Medi- cine Hat sextet crashing to defeat on Saturday night, netting the disc five times while the Gas Cily crew could I'lnd the way past Sutherland only once. It was the kind of hockey that fans forget forty below Kern. It was the kind that will mako rabid hockey fans out of tho I-elh bridge people who only now be- ginning to warm up to tho fastest played. Dy whining Saturday night's fixture, IiBthbridec definitely established, lla superiority over the Hatters. Leth- linage hud won at the Hat, 6-5, The Halters and the locals broke ereu on the' return engagement here on Friday evening. Tho Saturday game was the play-off, so that In' the Ihren games I.cthbridgc hns scored 16 times lo the Hniters1 11. Not such a very large margin, and quite sufficient to indicate, that any lime Ihese two teams come together there will be a -fcattle worth ralsstns a perfectly good square meal to see. The Hatters have classy team, plenty good enough to travel ill intermediate O.H.A. class, and that's about the calibro of hockey most Canadians see. As a result of (he game Medicine Hat is anxious to get into the Southern Alberta 'league, and In spile of the distance this may bo arranged. At any rale there will likely he a play-off between Bethbrldgo and tho Hat before the end of tho season to sec which team ehall represent Southern Alberta in in- (cnncdiate championship honors and SnlhCrlana Boucher Jlarliu Ted Turcotts 5IcKay Heber .....L-. W. ......Sub. ......Sub.........Furlong Scoriug Summary: First 1, McKay. Second Hnl 1 Preeily; Lcthbriiigo 3, McKay, Bou- cher and Turcotte, Third 1 Taber. judge of Taber. flaber HOCKEY FAVORITE IN U.S. UNIVERSITIES NEW YORK, Jan. great winter sport Is steadily galnlni popularity In the United States. Ford tiam University today announ'vjd Its reentry into Intcr-colleginte tjocke> after nn absence- of ten years. Dos ton College will be their oppouen hero February 2. Matches arc pcnd Ing with Princeton, tho Arniy an Steven's Institute, and efforts are tie ing mado to arrange matches wit Harvard, the Navy and University o Vermont. A Good Combination The Lethbridge win was due to a number of things, mostly hecausa Lethbridge hud out tho smoothest working machine seen on the ice here Ihls winter. Sutherland in goal was unbeatable. They hammered him from all directions, and in the second period' Kuight had a clear shot from close to; the, goal with nothing to interfere, bm Sutherland beat him to it for prettiest save of the night. Wood- house also did some fine stopping, cheating Boucher out of a. pretty goal in a similar manner. I In trout of Sutherland. Lethbrldge! had a well-nigh perfect defense. Mar- ian, the old Minto warhorse, consider- ed'the best de.'ensc man In Southern Alberta, was hooked up with Bou- cher in front of him, and believe muh, that is a combination hard to get past. Voucher exhibited a hook check which seemed four times out of five to come out of the melco with the puck for a run up the Ice to pasa to the forward I line. Any time tho Hatters got by him they had Marian (o negotiate, with the result that Lethbndge had two shots on goal for the Hatters' one. Boucher's in getting away with the puck after stopping an enemy rush makes htm invaluable on tho de- fense. On forward line, whilo Lolh- bridge missed nllly Henderson owing to his having frozen his feet tho prev- ious evening during the game, there Bonspiel Prize Winners Shepherd Urd Bluer Hamilton I Alrd ......I TR1TES-WOOD I Kns1 astnei- To be played off ut r Ferine. Carbsny Klrkhnm Patterson Aird.'.----- [ferchmor Carbcrry McN'abb Carberry Herchmer Hamilton KnElner Kirkham Kajstner Carbcrry Young Herchmer WALKER TROPHY AM McNnbb. J Magrath plays return league basketball game here and Raymond corMS for ths flrtt same with on Friday. The Magrath boyt loot ii Lein- bridge last week but they put up a hard game and made the "Y" travel.hard all the way. The garnet on Wednesday are to be worth teeing, don't fait to come and be one of the On Friday Raymond will bring their gang of hoopers here and frcm games played In, the past, people are sure that this will be a game worth seeing. Stead, the "Y" work- ing his boys hard'and'expecta to Maorath and Raymond look sick. Don't forget the' two games and and see uic' uuud old came- as she should be played. It may be added that these are the last two home games In the If.igue so If you mlts seeing these you will not have an opportunity of reetng any more league games In this city. Eddie Bcrger Joe Flenstein CITY TAXI SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Country Trips a Specialty Phone 185S, Office 409 3rd Avo. S., Lethbrldge, Alberta. Ride In a McLaughlin'Speclal, it mor't. Hamilton Klrkham '11 f Hamilton I Knslnc GRAND CHALLENGE Kastner...... Clarice Kiever Herchmer Clarko Kastner Big 'Spiel Winds De- feated Twice on Saturday Afternoon was Buced to burn. Ted Turcotte play- ed his-usual bniliant game in centre. Hebir him on tho loft, and Speed McKay, of Co-ilhurst, on the right- McKay uncorked more speed .Saturday night than he has ever dis- played here. H'.a rush up the boards for the purpose of picking the winner: was good to sco. He played tho whole to meet the north. This, of course.', gamn at top Turcotte gave way is taking it for granted that Leth-jlo McGIIila for tho second period, bridge wins tho Crow League cham-twhlle riober took a lay-off during the seems to be a fore- gone conclusion. Snow Slowed Game Up Saturday ntghtTs game was played -while, the enow was falling on the ice, same period while of Coil- hurst took his place. First Period In the first period only cue score ihat was made, McKay negotiating and had ft nofbeen for the retarding about halt-way through after a nice B! feet of tho mow the fans would'run op the side. McKay and Rebcr have seen apao'l to burn. H was baid'did seme pretty work during this per- to carry Ihe disc through the film of iod. forwards hack-check snow. ,Tho ice was cleaned off after etl like fiends all through the game, esch period, bill the fans voted thai nnrl this lightened the load on the dc- if Iherc is anything possible Hint can !io dono before another wlnler to give Ixsthhridgo n covered rink It should be attended lo. Hut Player Hurt Tho game furnished a few thrills onlsldo the regular play. DurinR the second period. fense. Sutherland was called on to save a hot one jnsl before the bell. Second Period The pecoivl period started with rushes by the forwards. Knlghl got the puck and travelled clear through hut missed a swell Three trophies, Trites-Wood, Grand Challenge and the Macleon.go lo visit- ing rinks as a result ot the big bon- spiel player! here last weeK. Two, the Walker nnd the- Magralh, remain in Lethbriilge. Herchmer and Kaslncr. of Fernic, rill fight it out at Kcrnle for posses- sion ot tho Trites-Wood, having dim- nated all others in this competition. Simpson and Aird will decide Hit finals in Ihe'Magrath hern. The Aird rink, winners of the Grand Aggregate, won H of 17 games dur- ing tho 'spiel. Kastner, ot Fcvnle was their nemesis, heating Ihera Iwlce Saturday p.m. They- already have the'bis Walker mug tucked away and look good to cop tho Magralh. Walker Winners Walker trophy winners are: Lelhbridge. Lethbridgc. Lelhbridge. Lethbridge. Grand Challenge Winners in the Grand Challenge wen decided as follows: First--Knatner, Femlc. Lethbridge. Lcthbridgo. Lethbrldge. Macleocf Trophy The Macleod trophy winners:, Lethbridge. Taber. Maclcoil. Tritea-Wood Knstner and Ilcvchmer will, rteclil first anil sccoml place- In the Trite: DISTRICT LEAGUE STANDING Lethbridge Maclcod Tabcr IMnchcr Creek Won Lost. P.O. 0 1 .600 1 ,600 2 .000 Chnlmt-r- How Is Your APPETITE? MayhR need a sti It yon do you should tnko exer- and bowllug is flic bcit exercise you can liavc for ihe nppetilo. Try Dominion Bowling Alleys Basement, Dominion BWj.' Kntr'ance'on Sixth MAGRATH Clarko Simpson KirHiam CarbErry iitnpicn Simpson Games Week District League hockey games cbeduled for this week are: Lelh- Bridge at Taber, Friday, Jan. 30th. It Is possible Plncher Creek may mnko Its Irlp to LothbVWgo and Taber his week. Aird Finals to lie played hero laVr. ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 Fifth St. S. RADIATORS are played they will bolh bo hard I tory repealed itself here Saturday K __ 1 _I_L1 C" D..I- teams to meet. Taber played the line-up as at Plncher Creek, while the home team was the same as met Lethbrldgo a few days ago. Hockey Results VICTORIA GOING STRONG VANCOUVER, B. C., Jan. lorla defeated Vancouver on Victoria ice Saturday night, 4 lo 1. Victoria Is mnkine a strong bid for Iho champ- ionship Ihls year. night when Oltawa lost to St. Pat- ricks by a scoro of 5 to 3. CANADIENS 8, QUEBEC 4 QUEBEC, Jan. Playing bril- liant hockey from start lo finish on Saturday night, tho defeat- ed Quebec by a score of S to Thursday Night's Game One of Cleanest Ever Seen in Old Timers' Paradise tho big do- j chance. Boucher came down the side fence man ot the Hatters, and a speed but lost Iho rubber. Knight again 'lend who learned the game in the ;inafle a great run up the side, and had Maritime league where a lot o! Ihci.-i clear shol, but Sutherland staged new playing in the Alberta Big] a sensational save. Shortly after Wood. According lo which rink Carherry and Aird, ot LelhbridgO, will divide third and fourth. M.igrath Trophy Simpson anil Aird, of LethbridBe, will ilccMe first and second poaltlona In (he JIaKratli, and the result will 3 o'clock Draw Knstner beat Aird In semi-finals for settle Ililrd and fourth winners be- twccii Carberry. of Lelhbridge, anil Four gol Ihelr experience, came scored ti nice one out of a Herchmer. of Kernle. dose OTntact with Marian of tho Leth- mix-up, tleing the score, but wilhln The Liphnrdl Cup Dridgo defense. McLean had made half a minute of Ihe face-off, McKay The LiplirmH trophy wilt bo played one of his rushes up the ice, was the pnck anil notched his scco.idjfor bctwrcn tho Herchmer ped nnd In the melee they came on a lone- play. The J.lpharrlt Fernie rinkc. gether, head on. McLean's noso was Marian collision was staged shorlly I Siiturd.iy afternoon results were as badly cut in the Impact which sent'after, and C'ntey came on as ths d.'.i follows: hoth sprawling lo the ice. The HaljsubElllute. Sutherland was called defense man was carried off semi-flo stop a hot one. Marian rushed conscious, but Marian uamaly got missed a nica chance, ;mrl the Trltr-s-Wnoil. and after a couple ot i.ilnules went st ihe Hal goalie saved Iwlen in quick; Hamilton lirj.n Klrkhnm in Ihe scml- It asain. Mcl-ean also showed he w.i3 Eiicresslon. Then lloucher atrffii! ona finsls for liio Walker, game for In the third perioJ he wasjnf his famous rushes, passing lo Mo-; 0 o'CIotk Orav; out playing a stronger tlian cvci-j Kay close to the goal. McKay snot' Kn tmir beat liorchmor In Iho semi- though hte nose wnn in a Icmiiorary p.ncl nibsed, tat (lonelier t'ot the rr-. itinala of the ( Ciiallrnge. late cast. Alter the- grime i.'i.c I.yj.n jbcjiiml Kncl slammed It In for Leth- MeXabb easily defeated Hamilton put four slltchei in Ihe injured mem- briilgc's third counter. Furloi.f. Me- j in finals o[ (he Walker, isr. WM carily tho star ot.Kny and Turcotte then staged i nice; Ainl 'beat Clarke in semi-finals of !bs Medicine Hat crew thoush of comblnnllon which rcsullril In Grand Challenge. tbrco or four youngsters who the -fourth goal, Turcotte the I will be heard from If hockey is pushed in the western end of Iho prov- credit. Third Period Ttie third period saw tbe i bridge, kngo 9 o'clock Draw Fcrnie, beat Aird, U-th- In o! tbo Orami Chal- (From nur Own C'rresponilcnt) MACLKOU. Jan. puck chasers were successful nt Plncher Creek on Wednesday evening In n score of -1-S in Iho visitors' favor. From 1'inchor (Jreck they visited Jlac- leod, anil at s p.m., Thursday Ihey were nn Iho Ice v.-lthi Macleod leam facing them, which ended wilh n miro of (i-in in favor of Macleod. In ol It being the coldcat nlghl of his winter, a fnir crowd lurnecl out to witness Ihe same, which was class- ed rrs the c-lt-nnest and mtrsl friendly game plnyr-d on Iho Maclcod rinks. Dnrinc first period the home leam P.IJSC-] the .line into the ncl of the vir.ltors thrco times, which wag re- lurncit by ihorn once. Then In Ihe secGnd, liifj inntle two more, while Iho home team couutei! three more for ttn-ir srorc. The third period wns IntoroMini; when the Taber hoys nddcd thrf- wurr. lo their score, mak- ing II a lou] of six, while the home loam pu'st-d UK) rubber Into-the visi- tors' not limes, brinslny Ilicir up In thirteen. The playing on bolh was cooci. and tho visitors were lo linii'lle their sticks show- ing lluit tlu-y (he-game anil ablej lo pnsa iho rnliber from ono to the' other in shape, but not encugh (nr the home players, who have Romo new strong players, tho totals It wos evident that both teams require more practice, which will put all ol them In sood ihajic, indt-Vta-a aoro gfmtl Special Service on Country Trips ST. PATS 5, OTTAWA 3 TORONTO, Jan. MACDONALDS Electric Welding CAR REPAIRINQ Lawford Welding Co, 2nd Ave., Opp. Lethbrldao Phone 1S44 We Have InilalEed a Full Equip- ment for Repairing MOBILE RADIATORS Can handlo all makes ot Expert Hot Air Furnaco Work. FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet Metal Workers 331) 6lh St. aouih Phone 1713 Vimy Auto Repair Shop Adams Block 13th Street N. GENERAL REPAIRS FOR ALL MAKES OF CARS, By Experienced Mechanici, SERVICE AGENCY STORAGE ALL WORK IS .GUARANTEED 0. F. WILSON, W. TULLOCH ;