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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THf LETHBRTDGE DATLT HERAtU WEDNESDAY, JANUARY tt, IVXl BRINGING UP FATHER By t NcManos If We Knew How To Serve Yon Better We Would Do So THE S1L VER GRILL Lethbridge Climbs Another Notch To Championship By Beating Taber by Score 12-4 Home Team Is Now in Third Place and Going General Improvement in Team Shown Walker Made Appearance and Played and McFee Prominent Lethbridge is off after the championship of the Crow's Nest Hockey League. The home boys last night climbed another notch toward that goal when they defeated Taber by twelve to four. It was an ex- citing game from start to finish, Tabev fighting hard all the time and the Lethbridge boys outskating and outplaying them. Combination work is taking a larger place every game in the work of the Lethbridge team. The boys are giving better support to their comrades than they did before. Similar work in the Coleman game re- cently might have offset the result. Boucher, Lethbridge's star speed skater and stick handler, was again the idol of the fans and he well earned his praise. Boucher had the Taber players at his mercy and on several occasions one would think he was playing with the puck for amusement. On one occasion he went through the Tabet players twice be- fore he got rid of the puck. Boucher played mors combination. _ second period Lethbridge scored three DISTRICT HOTKEY LEAGUE STANDING Pet. .333 .500 .400 Won. Blairmore......... 5 i Coleman 3 Lethbridge Taber........... 2 U I Pincher 1 4 Macleod i 4 Tue.djy Night's Reulte Lethbridge 12; Tabar 4, at Leth- bridge. Blairmore 4; Coleman 0, at Blalr- CITY BOWLING LEAGUE GETS AWAY TONIGHT THE SAME OLD BUNK The Magnate tells us that next seas- on's team Will realize the fans' most glorious The Scribes set down tie wondrous things he tells, Until the gabble covers many a ream. The players be will get will he the eta re Of every league that plays 'twiit here and The talent thM will seek the training camp Would overcrowd can. a doien Pullman more, Macleod 11; Macleod. .250 Six Sislers, seven Ruths, eleven Coobs, .250 Will be competing for the daily Jobs, And nineteen pitchers, every one with speed To make Walt Johnson's fastest look like lobs! Pincher Creek 5, at He used his speed and skill as a and got four more in the third. Boucher ended the scoring of the j game. Taber should feel theniBelvet lucky they had Stubbert in goal. The score would have been much larger if a less brilliant man had occupied that position. Podger played a cool game in goal for Lethbridge. He waa right on the Job every minute and rfbme of his saves were marvelous. The players were: Lethbridge, goal, Podger; defence, Boucher and Duke Henderson; centre, McFee; right wtojr, Walker; left wing. Reber: spares, McGillia and Billy a nefbC ro Taber Pressing Taber started the game by pressing Lethbrldge's goal. However it was stick handler to get the puck close to the Taber goal when he would pass it to Reber, as a rule. Boucher scor- two minutes. The neit excitement was when Boucher took the puck from close to Lethbridge's goal and went through Taber for his first rush. these Boucher was responsible Tor giving these boys the opportunity to score. Walker Playing Walker made his appearance on He shot but missed the net. Four the Lethbridge team and he was go- mmatea after the flrst tally ing line. He played his right wlngj t hjs r t Qn a ruah position us well as could be desired Ona ,ater Heber ht and it was evident that with a little, and t one stubbert_ moreplayms wuh tho other membera Taher mme back Etron and t k of the Letbbrulge team he will round several shot which p aucce83. out us a forward line as any Southern Alberta city or town could des're. MeGinnis was on the ico for a time Iiut he was not up to what his reputation called but, like Walker, Reber played a better game than he did against He was more onto his job and seemed to be in the right place all the time, Billy Henderson went on for a while and Billy was going great sunt. Although he was sick he could tfftt keep out of the game and whenever tho puck was in Taber territory Billy was al- ways found hovering around the soal. Walker was the same way. He made straight for the goal when a rush was on. Duke Henderson took a few rushes up the ice. He was quite able to keep his usual supremacy and as a defence man last night he was there. Duke is a man who would be hard to lose. Me- Fee, playing centre, worked hard all the time. He had a barrel of speed and on several occasions got the puck Kalsomine Applied in Game Ends With '1 to 0 Score fully handled. The play then went back and forth for five minutes when Davis got away for a rush and put one past Podger for Taber's first score. For another live minutes but he was playing a splendid game, (Special to the Herald) stopping the shots with his body, feet, j SLAIRMOKB. Jan. a game hands or stick. I played before 1500 howling fans from Boucher made a rush and a pass to j the two towns, Blairmore tonight de- Reber who was caught offside. He i feated Coleman and went into Taber: Carleton goal, Stubbert; defence, and McFarland; centre, Davln; right wing, Inglis; left wing, Douglaa; spares, Blue and Bodie, Blairmore Wins From Coleman In Whitewash Gam And we believe It. eat that stuff, We eagerly accept that awful guff, And dance with we ought to go And. in u furious concourse, treat him rough! For, when March comes, and each man packs his trunk, The club will carry just the tame old junk, The same old crowd of spavined, wheeiy goats. Despite the output of the same old bunk! When you stop to figure out, champions don't get any more for their work than the fellows they wal- lop. Study it and see: In their recent bout Jack Dempsey received JJOO.OOO, while Bill Brennan drew only The City 10-pin league gets away tonight at the Dominion Alleys, when tho Coca Cola and Herald teams hook up In the first game. Time of start- Ing: 7.30. ROIES BLANK IHE "HI" PUCK CHASERS Now in Second Place in the Junior Hockey League- Played Last Night Three in Fffst Prize Money In Last Contest Entry Yet and Some Wonderful Are the Winners Guessing elerm out of IS rwulta correctly, three got Into the flrst Yne fans of this burg are going over hockey as shown by the big crowd out last night. They will hare a chance to witness a city league game tonight'which should be a bettei exhibition than Tuesday's league fl> tare. The Vets and the Mountles gui 1I1IU lne nrs[ [Ure .jne MOUnUea prize money In the Herald Football clash tonight for the first time this Comnetltlon tne district league team players will be seen in action though on opposite sides of the puck results are announced today. This Is about the best marking which has been done Following the big Taber-Lethbrldge game last night the Rotariacs mixed things with the High School for forty minutes of fast junior hockey. It was clearly a case of weight versus combination and the former won out The HI boys were greatly out weighed by the Cog Wheel boys, bul their combination was deserving of far better results. Rldpath in the net for the student crew was the chief trouble of the Rote forward line, while Kessler was no cinch to pass. On the forward line Rose, Miles and Turcotte played great combination, but' had hard luck in shooting. In the first half Hutton aa the flrst to score, taking the puck from centre on an individual rush. For some time following this. Rldpath received everything until McCambly headed one past him from a mUup in front of the goal. Just before time Bissett made a rush up the boards and rang up No. 3. The second half opened with the Hi pressing hard. Wright picked one up near centre and beat Rldpath after about ten minutes' play. The Rotes now pressed with the result that Biggs scorer] No. 5 and quickly duplicated. The Hi boys again pressed hard until nearly time, when Bissett relieved the strain by scoring his second goal of :he evening. The bell rang with play in mid-ice. The teams lined up as follows: Rotea But Dempsey landed punches, Bissett Nice, while Brennan hit Dimpsay only 74 Wright times. Therefore Dempsey was paid Hutton only for ho put had put the puck In the Taber goal. Three minutes more of play gave Waiker his second count and finished the period with a score of five to one for Lethbridge. Change Wing Men Reber and Walker were not on the ice when the team came out for the second period. Billy Henderson and McGlllis were on the wing positions. Taher got the flrst count in this period. After Lethbridge had been pressing for two minutes McFarland got away for a long rush and a score. Taber was pressing when Duke took a notion to go up the ice and he pass- onto Taber ice just by fast skating ed to ol the Taber McFee is fast improving and last soal- McFe6 scored. Right from the night he seemed to be in splendid conditioD and usel his weight and etick to perfection. Taking the Lethbridge team a.i a whole it would be hard to crlticsa any member for manner in which they played. Two Good Men Taber has two good men on their team, McFarland ami Davis. These men proved the stars of last night's game for the losing team. McFarland was on the left defence position but why he is not on the forward lino is hard to tell, lie is a good stick handler, tricky, and has lots of speed. He was instrumental in making Podger atop some hot ones. He went through the Lethbridge team several times and scored two goals. Davia, centre for Taber, is fast but he was no match for McFeo in weight. Davis got credit for the other two goals for Taher. His work, like that of McFarland waa chiefly individual. faneoff McFpe went up the ice for an- other goal. In like manner Davis got a goal for Taber and when another minute pass- ed McFarland had got down to the Lethbridge goal for another count. By undisputed flrst place In the Crow's Nest Hockey League. It was a great game, and a great win, and the Blair- more fans can hardly contain them- selves today. The Coleman crew was beaten by a better team. That is the ej.ptanatlon. Coleman's defeat of Blairmore In the first game of the season is now con- sidered a fluke. The game was remarkably clean, over, and Brennan drawdown ?473.3S for every biff he sent home. The HlgSisr-Upi Aviation. Wire-walkers. Steeple-Jacks. Janitora' pay. Second-story workers. Dempsey's purses. Lions are lions and goats are And we're nothing but goats since the woman got votes! Nonsense In bygone days, days that are dim. We fllleil no booze-glass to the not a man being ruled off the Ice. It Two fingers, so we'd often say, had been expected that a lot cf rough Were that far-off day! stuff would be pulled, but Kelly anl Kippon kept everything moving nice- ly and no rough work wan indulged In. Barbour, Balkrava, Scott nnd Tur- And now .we mourn that dire mistake The good old drinks we didn't take! There was a young man named Me- Durkie, rer got the honor for notching the I Who went out to purchase a turkey- four counters, two of which came in When they told him the price the first, one in the second and one He just gasped once or twice, the third period. Blairmore fans believe they have a good hold now on the Herald-Journal cup, and consider the Lethbridge this time Taber was working combin-1 champions their chief contenders, ation good. McGillls was taken off j and Reber returned. Eight minutes after Tuber scored Boucher scored, j He made a beautiful rush down the ice That period ended with a score of eight to four for Lethbridge. Locals Get Four Right from the start of the third period Taber showed determination to do their best. They played a lot harder and the checking was harder. This period saw Walker back on the job with Reber in his old stand on left wing. For five minutes the play- ing was fast and waa chiefly on Letii- bridge ice, then Ileber got down and scored. Within the next, four min- utes Taber pressed and Podger made Taber played a lot of combination but two wonderful saves. Once he had they were net fortunate enough to get to leave his goal. MuFee ended the by the Boaehar-Henderson tension by getting away with a rush tlon on the defence'. Henderson for a count. Boucher took the puck Boucher had a way of their own tt stop rnahea. Several tlmea Taber players wctilrl gti away with the puck hy Leth- tvUie's defence wai able to call a Tiber only scored OM foal in the I evident Drat period against tathbrldge's five. I periods. part way and passed to McKee. At the end of another four minutes Walker cot Mis final tally. Houcher u-eiit mi left wing for a few minutes and Kelier dropped hack lo defence. All this period Bouche than during r was more in tho previous Hi! got away fur many Macleod Wallops Pincher Creek (Special to the Herald) MACLEOD, Jan. got back at Pincher Creek for the beating the Plnchorltes administered the local boys recently, by trimming the visi- tors from the foothills last uight on Macleod let by 11 to 5. It was an artistic lacing. Powers was the big gun for Macleod, the dramim man putting in a majority of the counters. Fritz and Levasseur also showed up well. This win evens Macleod and Pincher Creek up at the foot of tho Then his features grew gloomy and murky! With Ihe receipt of reports from Onuadn of the successful crossing of tho buffalo .with domestic cattle, It Is announced that C. H. Mott, former mayor of Allies Oitv anil owner They tot three in the Mcond and j beautiful rushes as any fan would west' oT'the blanked In the third, to the j want to witness in a hockey game Jmilar Liierl small herd of buffalo on hla ranch city will undertake u Red Herring, a lightweight from Pa- ducah, has been winning sundry fights in the south. It is hinted that some of the decisions in his favor wero fishy. "The caravan routes In the Asiatic snys a geographic magazine, "are usually twice as long as those over the African deserts." This must nc the reason why Asiatic camels have two humps and African camels only one. Biggs McCamhly Goal Defence Defence Centre Wing Wing Sub Score High School Rldpath Kessler Mills Mile: Turcdtta Rose Hradly First period Hutton, McCambly, Blssett. Second period Wright. Bigfs, Biggs, Bissett. Standing Won Knoi 2 Hotarians 1 High School 0 Lost Pet. fl 1 .500 2 .000 Juniors off to Pincher Knox Juniors, leaders of the city junior league, are off to Pincher to- day to play their postponed game with the boys of the foothill town. The boys have been going at a good clip this season, having defeated the High School and the Rotarlans, and also earning a draw In an. overtime battle with the Mounties. The game at Pincher promises to bo a fast and hard fought affair, the Blairmoro sextet having fallen vic- tims of the Pincher ,crew already, but Dr. Leech is confident that his colts can come out with the long end of the score, although it be by a narrow mar- gin. The boys will line up the same as usual: Leech, goal; Frallck and Sang, defence, and Greenway. Rose, Ferko, Morrison and C. Hutton on the forward line. yet In tho Herald competition, and The 'game starts at 8.30, so be shows that the fana are getting alhand. pretty good line on things. Altogether j money, while there were 6t who: guessed better than half correct. Thirty-two had eight correct. The antry list last week was the largest yet during the competition, and If the good work (s kept up it will soon be shown in still further In- creases In the prize money. There are over two months to go to put the fund over the century mark, and with the Interest being shown In the cup- tie gamei it's pretty 'safe that the next week should show a nice Jump The neit round of the cup games falls on Saturday and It IsVetty safe to say that all records will be broken in that competition. The flrst prtae of for eleven correct is divided among the follow- ing three competitors, each to receive E. E. Petts, 312 16th St. N., city. Thos. Morton, 119A 17th St. N city B. D. Clarke, Colonial theatre, city. Bight marked ten correctly and will share the second prize of 11500 each to receive A. Causey, Natal, B. C. i W. Bunting, Bellevuo, Alta J. W. Brown, 214 3rd Ave. W., Cal- gary. 0. Masson, 91S 9th Ave. S., city D. Wilson, 1001 8th Ave. S., city A. Webb, 1S08 6th Avo- i N oitj. F. Holmes Jr., 417 19th St N city A. Oberg, 622 12th St. C N., city Eighteen, marked nine correctly and will share the third prize of 00 each to receive 55 cents: John Clarke. 1514 6th Ave. A N city. T. Norrls, 630 16th St. N., city C. Westley, city. T. Walton, 609 12th St. B N., city Robt. Wilson, 822 7th St. S., city James Watson, Michel, B C. A. Symons, C.P.R. station, Macleod. Wm. WhitBeld, 331 14th St. N city Joe Masson, J10 8th St. S., city T. Holliday, 936 10th St. S., city. C. Ramsey, 1254 Srd Ave. S., city A. Edwards, 1318 6th Ave. N., city Jack Thomas, HOI 13th St. N., city. B. Dunk, 308 15th St. N., city G. Mclntyre, 119A 17th St. N city G. Mclntyre, 119A 17th St. N., city' G. Mclntyre, 17th St. N., city J. W. Mullln, 1319 1st Ave. N., city. Be U ever so homely there's no face like your own. will be a short game, from 8 to ICE SKATERS IN DEAD HEAT LAKE PLACID, N. Y., Jan. dead heat between three skaters in a one-mile race resulted hero yes- terday between Charles Jewstraw, Al Leltch and Joe Moore, all of Lake Placid. Jewstraw and Moore recently tied for the national championship at Newburgh. Sold whtrfittr good tobacco Hockey-Skating Mountlea to 9 to 10.JO. Admiaiton to both, 35c and 25c. BAND TOMORROW NIGHT Mcecailn Dance Sat, the 29th Phone 1849. LIPHffl TAKES The Lord does not allow to chooae our own eyes, hair or complex- probably to restrict the output of movie heroes, still there arc those o pick their tooth. asked Judgo Landis, did the defendant's auto hit "Well, suh." sadly responded the African plaintiff, "All ah can bay am dls: If ah'd been wearing a license numbah, II. would havo been busted into a million In answer to many quorieu; The author ol this column was raised in the ropn broke. Copyright National Newspaper Service Even It you have trouble to burn- Bake light ol (From Our Own Correspondent) FBRNIH, Jan. final-game in the Inter-provincial cup contest In which the Liphardt cup was the prize, was played and won by Liphardt against Kastner last night thus wind- ing up the entire program set for the i curlers of the Crow's Nest asso- ciation which made such a success of last week's bonsplol. Both the Liphardt and the Kastner rinks showed the strain at, a whole week of strenuous curling 'but both did good curling same to the j last end when Kastner gave up thei name as tho score stood H to 6. The mild weather of last week1 reaches over to tail and coo U tall, i 'HERALD" Football Competition RULES GOVERNING THE COMPE- TIT10N ARC AS FOLLOWS: 1. The competition will be ailed The Hera''. Football Competition.' Z- Competitors en Li tied to ax many entries an desire, provided each entry Is accompanied by twenty- live cents, and to the'num- ber of entries. S Competitors must cross the names of the cluhx they think pJI IO.IP and cross out the of both if they consider a draw will result. 4 Coupons can only bo secured from -he of The Herald. 5 AH monlarf received will be MirneO in The amount and numbers of priaea will be published Mvimfty liiurmnjt for that week Results of competitions will be published every Wednesday and cheques to Rurceflsfu! competitors will he mnllff? on receipt of by the Athletic Newa tntrfpft must he posted or de- livered to Thp Hernld before mid- A Friday post- mark from rxiinra outalrlp of the city nf Lfthhridjfe will br considered aa containing- a entry. 7. The name and address of the competitor must be clearly marked on each coupon. 8. Stamps rnurt not und aa MV- ment for entrlea 9. All entries mimt to the Editor, Football Competition. The crnlcl. 10. The dactaton will be final. U. of The HeraM i barred from competition, I ENTRY FORM CUP TIES PLAYED JAN. 29TH 1921 ENTRIES CLOSE JAN, 28TH MIDNIGHT Brighton Cardiff. Bradford vs Huddenfleld. Swlndon vs Chelsea. South Shleldc vi Uuton. Swinsea vs Plymouth. Derby Wolverhampton. Burnley va Queen's Park R. Everton vi Wednesday. Cryital Palace va Hull. Tottenham vp Bradford City. Notts County va Aston Villa. Preitan N.E. 'va Wntfsnl. SCOTTISH LEAGUE Ayr United va Clyde. Clydebank va Hamilton A. Dundee vt Dumbarton. Hearta va Morton. I enter the Herald Football Cora- petition in accordance with the rules and condltiona announced agree to accept the pub- llihed decision ai final and lefailj bind ing. Bipied AddrtM ;