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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta f-: WIUA; .n. TUESDAY, JANUARY 27. 1920 '.'BRINGING UP FATHER" Bv G. Mc.Manfcs Hockey Results NO- HE JOVT HE Wfbh XOU WOULD HIM FIFTY NOTICE THM-FROH WtWT U HE SA-tt- MEW YEAR? KERFS FROM VO'JR UB.OTHER I KAVC. A -COL) FOR ME. THE or Calgary, are in the Brewery semi- tinnls, while Bert Polio, of High River, If down to tho Jcwelar, and Wbitlock. of Moose Jaw. and A. R. Gibson, of Red aro .-lAiylng in' tbo etghu for a place In tie semi-finals. Tho Burns' competition liw been whittled down to the eerol-tlnils will, Fovrtcr, ami W. B. Alexander, ot lioose Jaw. tu the sec- I lion. The eights aro running with Coutti and Marr, of this city, while Trimble, of Kdmonton. and Whitlock, jot Moose Jaw, are also ready to ad- vance from this Business as Usual 'Spiel Now History YOUNG BOB FITZS1MMONS t KAYOE6 EDDIE WEST JERSEY CITY, NJ Jan. 23. Bob Fitwinimons, ol the former world's heavy- weight champion. SnocXed out Edtito West, ot York, In the seventh round of an eight- round match here last uighl. Fltzslmnions -weighed HI pounds, and West Reiuin Game Will Gire Good Chance (o Size Up New Local Combinntion Goes to Tabcr Friday Night with A. A. H, A. On night, Plneher Crieh hockey will Ldhbridje for Ita return game, and a monster crowd of fani will be on deck. At least, we hops It will be a monster crowd, and It w.ll be bij) enoujh If the weather moderates a bit. The fans turned out In the itylo of the season on Saturday night when the Hot tor's played here, showing interest In the great nationil win- ter game Is pcekinn up In Ltth- brldge. Tho Pincherites' promise to brlno to Letharidge the best team they turnad out this wint- er. Ths local bayo beat them at Pinchtr by 14 to 3, but Pincher has several games since and it U a different soaregation now. So be on hand with the big voice and lend a hand to the rooter's brigade. Uthbrldgs will likely play about the same line-up at worked on Saturday nighi, though Billy Hen- derson will take his old place on tho right :f hio feet get over the touch of frost rccslvf d on Fri. day night It is not just certain whether McKay of Coalhurtt will be eligible, though playing in the city league he Is considered a resident of the city and no u'oubt would be granted th! right to play. McKay helps a lot on the forward line, though, Ted Turcolte, Billy Henderson, Reber and Reg. McQIIIIl available there any dearth of material. Boucher, Mar- Ian and 3'jthtrlnnd will without doubt constitute the d-.fense. With these- three boys playing together for a few games tethbridge will be able to boutt a defense that will harder teams that any- thing Lithbrldje hat been up ag.lntt Tlve fani liked together on Sat- urday night ana the team manage- ment will do well to keep them in their positions for the remainder of the seaion. Tonight at Tabtr the Plnchec Cretk and Taber textets will This moki like a victory for Tabcr, the only team l.eth- brldge hasnt met yet. If Taber wins, the meeting between Leth- brrdjs and Taber on the Ice there on Friday night should be a hummer. Lethbrldge has dis- posed of the Macleod and Pincher learns to date. The local boys will have two garnet to play after this week., one with Taber here and one with Macleod at Macleod. Thli will wind up the schedule. In order to oivt the league win- ners a chance to play down for 'winners of northern Intermediate leagues, the league1 officials have decided on affiliation with the Alberta Amateur Hockey Asso- ciation, and a cheque Is being sent' President Joe Oriscoll to cover the affiliation fee. This will the league winner In line to meet the winners of Calaary and Ed- monton city leagues, the Rose- bud league and other northern aggregations for the Herald- Journal cup. If Lethbrldgs pulli out'on top, it looks the boys would go after the mua, especial- ly since disposing of the Hat textet. By J. S. K. Two more games and the 1920 Crow's Xest bbiisplel will be history- Aird Bed Simpson having to play tho final (flmu in the Magrath, and In tliu Trites Wood Herchiuer and Kart- ner will settle this little matter of ownership for'the current year on tbeir horns Ice. t e Saturday was pretty much a case of Alrd-Knstner, with other rinks be- ng taken on as..theso-two combina- tions could get eroaud to it. Each -ink played five games starting at 9.30 a.m. and playing right through to 11.45 p.m. only stopping to eat. They were pretty weary prize winners, and for thlit reason the flna_l game was cut to ten eudB, as weii ns to keep safely within the limit at Saturday. Aird Buffered defeat In three ol his five games. At 9.30 McN'abb did 'numerous things to liim in the Walker Ho then turned on Sherwood Herch tner and trimmed liim easily" in the Magrath, and deciding, also the win nlrig of the Grand Aggregate. At 3 o'clock In tho Trites Wood he losl agiiin to Kastner, turned again ut 6 o'clock and trimmed ..the Clark rink In the semi final of the Grand Chall cnge. Then at 10 o'clock he mcl Kastner and fell bard In the final ol the Grand Challenge, Kaslner making it three wins over Aird, McN'abb be- ing tie only other, rink to have the honor. Kastner started the day with a wii rom Carberry, Al 12 o'clock he los o Klrkham In the Walker. Won fron Mrd at 3 p.m. Took his fellow towns man Hcrcbmer on at G-and defeating :lm in the ecml final of the Gran! finished the day b; wio from Aird and deciding th ownership ot the premier trophy. Scotly Chalmers won the Maclco In a Ecnsalloual finish from the Clar rink cleaning out 3 counters and ing two to win, in the most excittn finish of the day. two for Jvethbridge nmi one for Car- mangay. Scotty Chalmers skipped bis first nspiel rink and deserves much edit for his decided wins. lie's a al sport both oil and oft tho ice, d some curler. His Iking like the salt in por- dge. Scotly says it accent he as born that awa'. To bear him y "1 hugged ma' rrrock" or "axira- Is worth (ho price ot ad- hesion. The Slavely rinks dlil not get fur- icr than'the eights, but they are good urlers and expressed their pleasure tbo manner ot running competl- ons to be found in the Crow's Nest piel. They to bo regular at ndants. The Crow's Keel 'spiel will be a irty rink 'spiel within a year or ao nail -ill bo a week's solid fun for every- ody. Two Hoop Games This Week Magrath Here Wednesday Raymond Visits City Friday arc on their" tuti Qumwiie I; winter schedtflo io discover which to cop the hunting. A. M. Steed, coach CURLING big the talk Is now for a big representation for tho Invasion of Fcrnlo next year. I Sherwood Herchmer, a bonspiel Itor from Fernle, is entered In the ___ Winnipeg spiel which commences, on While the bonspteters loll back with! Keb. 10th. lie has visited Winnipeg a very fed up expression on their j two years now, reaching (he eights faces the ones who were not In on the j (ho first time and tho fours last year. Imsv 'week, started at It fresh Monday The Stewart rink from Macleod. in while not nt our spiel last week are night. Four games were pla.veil the new competition, the Klllson. Tho rinks are divided nlno rlnkfl In three groups. The ties finals In the Brewory have yet lo bo played, as well as Ihc New Year's Day competi- tion which la jnst entering tho Tha draws for Tuesday (Innlght) Rro announced herewith: 7 p.m. Fai-'KB TS Wm. Davidson Peat. Mnclood vs Nelson. yimpson vs Stewart. Fox vs J16IC. 10 ends all in tho Ellison. 9 p.m. n. A. Crawford vs Floyd, E. Clark vs Murrs, X. Y. D. 0. Hamilton vs Hkclth, N. Y. D. 0. Cnrberry vs Y. D. 0. Scott McNabb. Tho next big event for the local curlers will he tho play down for tho city ehamplonahlp, Tho Wright Shield, donated two years ago by R. A. Wright for this event, always 1 regular visitors hero and they also reached tho eights in two events In Winnipeg last year. So this gives ono an Idea of Ihe calibre of curling done In Southern Alberta and C. Herrhmcr's BUCCMS will be of much Interest locally, as he (3 without ques- tion one ot Ibe finest sportsmen that playa tho game of curls. Calgary Bonsplel Jan. are making ft big dent In (he open com petitions of Ihe sliteonlh annnal bon- spiel In Cnlgory which this morning opened Into the second wcfk. In th-; Mobln Hood event, ConMi. ol Calgary, and D If. Kramer, of Innls- fall, will piny tho finals tonight, am! W. Alexander, of Mooso Jnw. and Fowler, ot have rr.-.iriierl i (.Yi'ior'cni In tho Walker Klrkham got int the fours by a win over Kaslner bi fell beforo Hamilton in the semi fiua Hamilton then met McXabb and lo to the green shjrts' in a game th; only went 10 enBs. 1C-G score. Garberry lost to Bimpson at 1 o'clock in Ihc Magrath. 4 V The Donspiel goes to prove that rink that plays together year aft year has the edge on picked up com- binations, tbo Aird and McNabb rinks being cases In point. Everyone feels satisfied with Ibe results (hero fairly even divi- sion of tho Irophir.s. Two for Fernle, quintette of hoopers shall the privilege of representing the south in h'e play-down for the provincial cham lionshin. At tho present time Leth- irldge ajid Raymond are topping Hio standing and the honors will undoubt- edly rest botween thesfc two. [eatfuo standing IE: [.ethbridge Raymond Magratb Card stem W. 2 2 0 0 Pet. 1.000 1.000 .000 .000 rnie holds the 'spiel next, year nd are counting on ten sheets of ice accommodate It. Tbis. will With a tie for first place honors al the present time, the tans aro going to turn out big for the gaihe on Wed nesday night, tomorrow, when the Magrath team invades the city. Mc- gralh. lost there on tie Lethbridge visit but they arc going to try Imrtl to turn the tables. The I.E feam. will lino'up as follows: Forwards, George McKlllop Georjo Toung; Centre, Percy Irwin; Guards, "Irish" Kano and Fulton nelL Then on Friday, the crucial game of the series will be slaged on the local gym. tloor. On that date the Hay-imvjd of the local crew and one ol tho fam- ous old Stirling basket squad, has tho local boys working Mrd and is quite suro thsy -will be ths Southern Alberta champions this year. Tills is an honor Lethbrtdse has never been able to win in the past. Lethbrldge second team will play on both the above occasions against j teams frohi Magratli and Raymond. The second .team is composed of: Forwards, Rldpath and- Morri- son; 'centre, Hudson; guards. Snow and Cope. The yannlgans also, have an unbroken string of wins in their league: LethbVidge I'ut.lilor Dnvmond Magrath Got out 5, C. 4 CALGARY, Jan. Eitiuot of Edmonton climbed up another In the league race wheu they huded the Columbus Club tho short end ot a 6 to 4 ?core In a very rawed, exhibi- tion of hockey at the Victoria-Arena, lait night. Tha CUM vu replete with penal- ties and at one vers' nearly got tho ot Judge ol Play Miller whan a free-for-all started in tho third period with Ptliusr and. Uriden the principal offenders. The Judta of play was so lax that on more than one occasion Reierev McLeod had to stop Ibe tame and tha offenders himself, 3, EDMONTON, Jan. a score ot 3 to 1 tbo Hustlers defeated tho Calgary Wanderers In a fast hockey gimu at tho Arena rink last nigbl. It was one of the beat games for the spectators Ihlfu season, King clean aa well as EpeRly aud altematlug In beautiful combination play and indi- vidual rushes. It was decidedly a, game of much action and the Hustlers looked the- better during the second and .third periods. Vancouver 7, VWeria S VAJJCOUVKIf, Jan. defeated Victoria here last night by the score of 7 to C. It TOS a rattlliig good game- to watch.'- Falconi e, Selkirk S WINNIPEG, Jan. 'Winni- peg Falcons practically cinched tbo championship ot the 'Manitoba Senior HocHey League last -20 min- utes' overtime play when they defeat- ed Selkirk, 6 to 6. A cafeteria for city employes In tho city hall Is suggested at Toronto. OTT AUTO UVERY Special Service on Country Trips Phones 787 Residence 1210 W. 2 2 0 0 Pet. 1.000 .607 .000 .000 on botli Wednesday and Friday nights and encourage the boys. Basketball is one of. the best -winter sports gcbj, Good crowds have been turning out to boost the game. See that there is' a S.H.O. sign oat every time the locals" play here. Medicine Hat plays here on Peb 9 or 10. .More later. utjthe late night: lie" killers. which are ganio The Clark-Patterson 7-6 as a there were u For a small 'spiel, the method of andllng the prizes is ideal. Each clubj number in which 14-15 and 10 points total scores for 12 ends showed the closest of competition. WILL SETTLE DISPUTE VANCOUVER; fi: C., Jan. Russell, a' llie executive! of the Columbia Football As- sociation, will Isavn'.Jor Toronto on Saturday and on February will raeel i Pool-; to dispute the claim of .--Con Jones that ho is qualified to speak for football meu of this province. It. Is stated that Jlr. Russell will carry credentials from How Is Your APPETITE? Maybe you need a stimulant. If you do yoa should take eier- bowling Is the beat exercise you can hare tor the appetite. Try it. Dominion Bowling Alleys Basement, pomin'.ori' Bids-. Entrance on Sixth.'Street.1 IVUSicIl uojijr play an eitra end in two of their three. jjfiy.slx of football clubs upporls a iropby, Cranbrook the] The weather played no capers this' 0jecnuTO; rand Challenge. Fernle It was cold two ra ,e ill bridge the JIagrath, Macleod and [or three bonspicls. 'aber the Jlaclcod, .Cai-mangay and loleman the Trites' Wood. We lost track of thirteen end games but McKcnzIo and Hercbmer had to The Crow's Nest association lead :ie way. All first prizes are Individ- al trophies suitably 'engraved, which iniain In possession ot the winners, 'he game for the game's sake. The Fernle rinks were well supplied Ith new rocks, all heavy ones run- ling to 42 pounds. t They cost real mo'ney these days. WINS Miles playing third for Carberry was BY JWJOCKOUT ROUTE unfortunate enough fo break one ofl N.Y Jan. 1 lO'Dowd, ot St. Paul, knocked out contests against each other. We think there are a number who had sufficient curling for onp week. Three, four and five games a It now Business as usuah ils rocks on Thursday night. Padro Denoon curled o. games Fri- lav. Five Saturday i.nd preached In1 Calgary Sunday. Sorhe padre. Tho inside sWps filled, the benches fronj early ninrnin? till the untl of (lie day and every day. Yet Eome person'periodically won- dera Into llic we overhear such remarks as this. "Isn't it fright- ful "1 don't see anything to gel excited "why do Ihej "Isn't it "Don't they get "It's inuch like bowling or crochlnole.1' doing, business Columbia. Decision him east was taken at a meeting ol the B. C. P. A, Young Fisher of this city In the third round of a. scheduled 10-roimd bout here last night. III Hum. cat wild." a bear." U "What makes the wild "Is a tat .bigger than ctrnn so so it seems. Vernon, R.C., Is without a council, no nominations having been made. Joe Flenstein Eddli Boraer G1TY TAXI SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT .Country Trips a Specialty Phone 1858, Office 409 3rd Ave. Lethbrldne, Alberta. Ride In a McLaughlln Special, it costs no more. ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 Fifth St. S. ANYTHINQ IN RADIATORS Old timers at Mm Crow'a Nest '.spiel remark on the number of clfjac and low scores wiiicli marked (ho present the soml-flnals In tho Brcwwy com- petition, Coutts, of Cfllgary, is forging ;meau i v.-llh nn undefeated record of thirteen! ulralgW- victories, and nnallfy ng tor the final In tho ilobln Hood. tlie btj; a clot.e, fur a bon' nn the brain just was drawing to which was Incx- 3blo 'was pulled In -the curling dn MoiidAy. Jimmy Aird was made to appear having won the Walker Trophy as a matter ot brougbt out the keenest competition he le down lo eights in tho Hrcwery. fact jicN-abb snrl his green and tiers will ba many hard fought [And will meet George H, WhUlorh- of l.Ttgad? lurneil the trick, gamut before tbo ownership for 1920 j Moose Jaw, for tho semi-finals. krmv ii v.-rw ;L Scotchman who is decided. ble. of Bdmonton. nnd James of tho "fhe event is open to Bny rink in the'Calgify TiilsMo Club aro lo play city that carea to enter, but there must 'down for tbo tows In tho Burns ihls bo no change of plflycra during tho afternoon. Vidtlng rinks art more than hold- Ing ,'tiftlr OTVTI for they are represent won but just forgot tho clan for '.he I eights: Marian up the 'Hat rusti- cs on sual in Knturttay nlglit's game. MnN'abli'n rink was tho second to send Airu'u iiiiartelto { to defeat In 'spiel. Tlie R'audins of the rinks In Ihe Maclcoil r.hauld Ilioroforo be: JlriNTnbb, txeShbrldgc: Ijethbrldge, Third-Air.1, Ffjnrth khnm, Lcthhrldgc, Dr-low Is the play down from tho event, At least Ifi rinks arc looked for I draw ana piny down nnrt entries must cd In the three open events. Krncmcr, b8 at once. II is a knoekout: of Innlsfall, tinn worked through la competition, and If possible the gcmei final? in tho Kftbln Hood; three yloyefl must not interfere with Ibe i vlilton and three home crews are in regnldr night rtrawi In tho Eillson. j tho Hums event, nnrl In the TJrowory ft Is hoped to get tho Wright Shield competition thero will lie Iwo visliorr, by Monday next. and two Incal rlnka in fho ninnlng pnc Ii well aatlaflcd trlUi (1io for Coutti and Jlotorison, ot WALKER TROPHY TOBACCO SERIES No. V Wagons waiting to convey tlic raw leaf from salcj warcliousc lo tho lie-drying Plant. Jl3 quality fa even in the uttermost Corntr oj Canada, Pnllcraon Aird 1 1 Aird JlcXsbh C'arlit'iry Hcrchraer llnmillon i McXi'ub ......j Hamilton.' fluiuiUuii Electric Welding CAR REPAJR1NO Lawford Welding Co. 2nd Ave.i Opp. Lethbrldge Hotel Phone 1544 I We Hive Installed a Full Equip- ment for AUTOMOBILE RADIATORS Can handle all makes of Expert Hot Air Furnace Work. FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet Metal 336 6th St. South Phone 1713 Vimy Auto Repair Shop Adams Block 13th Streat M. GENERAL nEPAIRS FOR-ALU MAKES OF CAR3. By Experienced SERVICE FORO TIRES AGENCY STORAGE ALL WORK iS GUARANTEED G. F. WILSON, W. TULLOCH ;