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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MOB BIX THE LE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, JANUARY ft BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus I THINK I COT OUT THit> TIME. SEC OLD TOP! --VHAT ARC "YOU DOIN' If We Knew Hot To Serve Yon Better We Would Do So TflE SILVER GRILL BIG CROWD OF HOCKEY FANS GOING WITH TEAM TO TABER Three Games of Crew League champiomhip may have to be Friday for Championship Games Crow League Gamei Friday LithMldge at Taber. Stxlrmore si Pincher. Macleod at Coleman. played to decide who shall hold the Herald-Journal cup and defend it against the winners of northern groups. Thero Is likely to be quite a play-down for the possession of the a chap Equipped with such erous rap. That he will knock Jack Dempsey off cup this year. The Edmonton city league ii going strong. So is the Cal- gary city league. Then there are the two .groups between Red Deer and Crosafleld on the C. und E., while the Hockey tana, who have been going i Canmore-Banff-Bankhead teams are wild over iho brand ot hockey beins going great guns. There may be other, dished up by the Crow League, are go- j groups, but it is sure there will he at ing to Tuber in force on Friday after- j least six champion teams from various noon to see the I.ethbrldge cre.w play j groups to play oft to settle the final The return engagement with the Taber j resting place of the cup and decide soitetto. It is hoped that at least 100 the amateur championship of the prov- supl'orters will make the jiumt with ince. It will not be the easy battle it Manager George Dlxon's champs, and was year .when Lethbridge won sei that they are given a hand on j handiU. having to meet only the Ed-' ice. The train leaves at f-10 in j montoa champions, i.he afternoon and returns that night, i Lethbridge hju-tTchauce to get into visitors may rest assured of be the championship aeries and the way DAYS TO COME In days to come, doubt, we'll see a mighty, thund- Herald Bowlers Take Three Games From Coca Colas I COLEMAN NET GUARDIAN GOES TO THE ESKIMOS i ing shown a good time by the Taber fans. the team Is travelling now it should go a Jong way toward the top. So get Tho Lethbridgo team is showing a in the band wagon, go with the boys groat reversal of form lately and they: to Taber and encourage them all you hope to get into the finals when some can. Vets Trim the Mounties, 4 to 3, in Fast City Hockey League Game the No doubt we'll see just j when, just when? In days to come! In days to come, we'll cheer some swatting bird, Who'll flock his homers like a sheep- man's herd. And make Ruth's record seem out- classed, absurd- Twill surely just when, just when? In days to come! City Bowling League Tilts Lid- Some Good Second Game Tonight In days to come, we'll gaze upon a race. Where some great horse, of matchless speed and grace. Makes Ulan o' War look like a busted It's sure to just when, just when? In days to come! Best City League Game in Years Showed up Well Mountie defense, and it was another easy goal. Shortly before time Mc- Phee lifted u long wicked one from near centre which went past Podger like a shot, bulging the curtain for No. 3 for the Mounties, but despite Will Judge Landis handle the Am- erican League as a referee, a peace- The city ten-pin league got.away to a good start last night at the Do- minion alleys, when the Herald team took three straight games from the Cuca Colas. The latter team did not roll up to eipectatious, many fouls being called on them. The Herald got away in the first game with a total of S46 and finished up with pins. The Boca Colas rolled a total of .There are several good bowlefS' who have not been included iu the present league, and any team can strengthen the weak spots if they wish. Following are the scores; COCA COLA 1st 2nd 3rd Tot. Shover 170 177 Needs........ 137 145 446 AIrd.......... 149 133 403 McCambly-.... 159 ies 467 Price......... 108 266 It is rumored that Johnson, star goalie of the Coleman team, will not be between the nets any more this Mason for that aggregation. He is said to have been copped off by the Edmonton Eskimos, and left Monday night for the capital. Crucial Game Of Crow League Here On Tuesday Night Time for Entries Draws to dose Johnson has played a star Blairmore, .League Leaders, j Friday Night's Mail ii Your Lul game all season and with the Eskimos defezfse ahead of him should make good. Jewell is re- ported also to have gone back to B. C. 132 723 "755 HERALD Evans........ 212 McNab'o Rlsler Jones Frey 148 154 166 160 183 141 157 158 192 Herald Correspondent Charac- terizes it Fastest Game Ever Seen in South Alberta (From Our Own Correspondent) BLAIRMORE, Jan. ot the 415 fastest games of hockey ever wit- 4671 nested In Blairmore and probably 476 j Southern Alberta was seen here on 552 Tuesday night when Coleman, the 846 S31 In what was undoubtedly the fastest' desperate efforts to score the red maker, or'a game of city Icasue hockey seen here! ,naii to be content with the short Individual Prizes Mr. Price, manager of the Coca in years the fets, last year's of the seore when the bell rang. ions, triumphed over the Mounties "at: Following is the liae-up and goal sum- tho L. A. A. A. rink last night. It j was a touch and go game all the way, i e-Sl and in the end it was tho superior! experience of the Vets, coupled with Pot'ger somo excellent net guarding by Pod-' ger, especially in the first period, that won for the soldiers. The iinal store Goal Right Defense Mountles. Hart __............._ _ _ Left Defense was 4 to 3 with the game going just F- Henderson' -as Cast in the last period as iu the Centre first. !paul Reber was in his element last Risbt Wing und played the best exhibition he has: put up this year. The old boy is get- Left Wing ting his wind back and is going great, guns. Marlon was back on the de-j Subs, fense, and proved himself as hard as ever to get by. If he ilicln'l get the: imck bo stopped his man, and that goes a long way on the defense. It is the one place where the Boucher-; Duke Henderson That 28 to 0 affair on New Year's day was the first good, healthy kick Cola plant, will donate a prize for the best average during the league sched ule. The oniy stipulation ia that the winner must have taken part in in the tonneau that Ohio had received Ileast on8 ganw of every match hi! in a long time. It wan high timd too rol's- The Dominion alley Is that Ohio got a nifty wallop some- where, or that old state, with all its laurels political and athletic, would have puffed up and busted! Boucher And, in the light diffused by that same 28 to 0 performance, where do McPhee also donating a prize for the mow strikes and spares. Tonight the Dominions and Giants roll at 7.30. Andrews Pennefather Douahoe Crawford. Goal Summary First period, no score. Second F. Henderson, Vets, P. Henderson, 12 Third Boucher, 1 gets niinute; Mounties, McPhee from An- clear 4 minutes; .Vets, Reber, unas- Duke Henderson defense is weak. Both minute; are somewhat inclined to go after the niinutes. puck without paying enough attention to the man. If the opponent through he has practically a ____ shot on goal. This is just a little tip slated, 3 niinutes; Vets. Reber, unas- For the Mounties Boucher anil lie- slated, 2 minutes; Mounties, McPhee, Pbee were the pick, but the whole: unassisted, team was working right up to form.; Boucher wasn't getting away as well} aa usual with bis end to end rushes, j The Vets were- wise and checked back hard. McPAee was going good and copped of the goals while Boucher annexed the third counter for' his side, going right through for a pretty tally. Henderson cores Two Reber and Fred Henderson tallied the two counters for the Neither HOCKEY RESULTS all the experts who picked All-America football teams get off at? President Baker of the Philadelphia Nationals is quoted as saying that is as much money as he cares to spend in the purchase of any ball-1 player. The annual percentage his ball club looks about that .way. SOUNDS The shuffle-shuffle of many thronging Into the boxing hall. The rasping "Everybody hold his feet Canadiens 5, Ottawa 3 MONTREAL, Jan. scored in the Drst though the Mounties bombarded Podger, who on several occasions had to come out of his goal to save. 'In the second period Fred Henderson dangled the tapestry in one minute of play on u j game of tho second half of the Nat- ional Hockey Tfeague played tonight be tweeu Canadians ana to an unsatisfactory conclusion, when the Ottawas left the ice with over- live minutes 1 own as the populace flies for- ward. The hand-clapping and stamping of the gallery. The yell that goes up at the boxers come down the aisles from their dress, ing rooms. The voice of the referee as he gives instructions" to men who have fought 200 battles and have forgotten more tnan he ever knew. The clang of the ping. The bat-bat of the gloves. The roar of the multitude as a fight- er crashes upon the floor. The singsong of the referee as he ihe numbers. The shuffle-shuffle of many feet thronging away from there. THE PASS FIEND He mooches in the summer, and he mooches iu the SSTSi. Rrten the goal that tied tbe score and The springtime he's later deliberately allowed tbe Cauad- on deck throughout them all__ ieus to add two more goals. Follow-'He is crazy for diversion, and he al- afterwards he took the puck from behlnd the Monntie goal, swept round the net and poked it in from close thls' Ottawa refused to play any ways wants to go, longer under Referee Hmeaton. The Wherever there is pleasure, j game "was therefore given to tbe Can- I adiens with a score of 5 to 3. The crowd was so enraged when Third Period Fattj Ofce minute after the bell rang for the third period Boucher went through and scored SL pretty one. It was an end to end rush. Shortly after Bouch- er cvrled the disc up the side. In a tho team left the Ice that almost a riot took plane. Seattle 3, Vancouver 2 uinvi UJI I.UB 3JUK. in il eiijti mmr TI t nn n AH scrimmage. Andrews got It, passed to SEATTLE, Jan. 26.-Seattle defeat- goals. of the erenhjg. He got by the for- warda, and Then Boucher and Hender- son tried to work hook flieiks and failed ha had a clear shot which Hart ha.J, no chance to stop. A few minutes t later Reber got the puck in a centro Hamllton nerB tonight 10 to J. Ice mlx-np which had drawn out the i "oor thronghout. St. Patn 10, Hamilton 3 TORONTO, Jan. Patrick! ojwned the second naif of the Nat- ional Hockey League race by beating u CITY HOCKEY LEAGUE STANDINC 6; Hamllton 2 j KITCHENER; Jan. defeated Hamilton Tigers in a sched- uled O. n. A. senior flilure last night by a six to two score. Vuts Cjalhurst MtmnUej Won. Lost. Pet. .600 LEVINSKY IN PARIS LONDON, Jan. Le- viusky. who recently injured his right arm while training for a bout with Bombardier Wells, ban to Paris to consult u specialist concerning hia .000 1 Injury. where there'u any sort of show! He could aee some entertainment every night and every day- He's the champion pastime he never wants to pay: If you've tickets to the ballpark, he is always at your Bide, Ar.d there's no excuse to stall for the pest won't be denied! He Is nutty for the ponies and for hours and hours he'll wait Till ho has a chance to grab you as you near the race-track If it's boiing, or It's football, you're his victim, and the law Won't allow you to craae'lilm with a crowbar on bis jaw! And, of late, he sticks still from your side he'll, never roam, For he has tho flxe'd bnpressen that you have Some Left, at Home! From New York to San Francisco, from tho east to farthest west, There's no spat that Is not burdened by the pass-demanding pest! Corrtght National Newspaper Service. II takes 400 cars of white paper every year to print the New York Moccasin Dance At Rink Saturday On Saturday night at the L. A. A. A. rink Manager Reber is stag- ing the unique event of the sea- son. A Moccasin Dance is on the cards, with a full piece brass band to dispense the music, and a mon- ster crowd of ice fans along with alt the dance fiends is sure to be on deck. Moccasins are in de- mand for the big event, but shoes, and rubbers will get by. No shimmying allowed as the ice might melt. This is the first .moc- casin dance ever held in Leth- bridge and it should be the big event of the ice season. MACLEOD HOCKEY BOYS EASILY BEAT PINCHER MACLEOD. Jan. hockey match, Plncher Creek vs. Macleod, drew a big crowd, and the playera gave the crowd good returns for their money, in tho kind of hockey they put up. Now that the home hoys have ice to practice on, the visiting teanTs will have to work their way, if they have the larger scores in future. Piricher boys played well, and had some flue work, hut they were not in it with the home team, who had the best of it by a big iead when the end carne. KNIGHT ACADEMY TEAM TO PLAY AT CARDSTON (Prnni Our Own Correspondent) CARDSTON, Jan. Canlston high school will meet the'Raymond Knislit Academy in the first of the seriRs of games scheduled for the inter-school Basket of Cardston HiRh, Raymond 1C. A. and the Raymond A. C., on Friday, Jan- uary hare. The 1'ollowliu; week the agricultural college boyn will he here for the sec- ond game of the series. RAYMOND TOOK BOTH Raymond won both games in the district hoop league last night when the senior and jun- ior teams clashed with Stir- ling. Raymond took the sen- ior ;amo by 44 to 32. while the juniors won by 49-22. Crow hockey league leaders, went down to defeat by the Blairmore team to the tune of four to nil. The game was witnessed by over twelve hun- dred people, the largest crowd ever seen at one game of any description in Blairmore, and the gate receipts touched the mark. Although the rink managnunt had erected a grand stand along one side ot the rink and extended standing room on another, there was not suffi- cient accommodation for the vast crowd of hockey enthusiasts who crowded to the gates. So as not to disappoint the overflow the manage- ment 'had boards taken from the blank side of the rink to enable them to see the game. The game was fast and furious from the time Referee Kelly placed the puck between sticks of the oppost ing players on centre and continued so throughout the game. Blairmore were victors in the first period by a score of two to nil. Both goals were well earned. Captain Barbour of the Blairmore tea'm shot the puck in first after a great run from centre ice. In this run he certainly had the Cole- man men outskated as none could catch, him and before they could get a line on him he had scored the goal that sent the Blairmore rooters wild with excitement and enthusias'm and nut the kink in the horn of Colemau's chief rooter. Walter Scott scored the second in scrimmage which kept Johnson of Coleman jumping in his net. Time blew with ths score two to nil in favor of the home team. In the second period Coleman came back strong and pressed Rhynas, the Blairmore goal tender pretty hard, but Rhynas was in hig usual good form and made several good saves. Cosgrove of Coleman did some good work in the centre and .made several trips into the Blairmore defense only to find that when up against Barbour or Turner, he iiad no support to help him get the puek through. Jewel on right wing was sometimes at hand and when he was, these two stars of the Coleman team made the Blairmore defense work hard to defend their goal. Turner secured the puck at centre ice in this period and with one of. the greatest dashes seen on this ice placed tho puck in the Coleman net making the score throe to nil in Blalrmore's favor at tho close of the second period. The ice was cleaned off during the lull before the third and last period and when time was called excitement reigned supreme. The spectators evi- dently had the schedule of the stand- ng of the teams in the league before their mind's eye and knew what de- lended on this last twenty' minutes struggle. _ I Coleman got away to the Blairmore goal and made a great effort to beat Rhynas and possibly if they had used i little better judgment when shoot- ing for the goal wiey might have even- ed up the score but what came straight at the was safe with Rhynas. In a scrimmage before the loleman goal Johnson laid on the puck and although Blairmore poked at it fiercely he managed to give them all the slip and Coleman got away through Cosfrove to the Blairmore goal only to llnd Rhynas again on' where the puck should have' the net. Tony Valprara, Coming Make Big Stab to Win On Tuesday evening next the big gest crowd in the hiitory of Leth- Saturday All entries for toll week'i foothill competition must be in the mall by bridge hockey is looked for when the Friday night so be sure to mall your Blafrmore team of the league, j entry. Quits isw GwirivB twm league leaders, .will invade the city j received this week and It looks like for the crucial game of the season. }t another recopd. Blairmore wins this set-to, Lethbridge Is oilt of the championship running. But it Lethbridge wins, the still have a. chance to cop. j ing the past few weeks has upwt con- The ]31airmores under Captain Bar- siderable of the dope of the best Sol. the guessing difficult 10 the will be very Intereitlng. Playlni dur- hour's direction have about the nift- iest aggregation in the league. They lost their first start to Coleman, but ever since they have been going like a house, afire. They are coming down here hipped to win. Lethbrfdge la out I to get revenge for the 7-2 beating they had to take on Blairmore ice. Just keep the date, next Tuesday night open, and come in mobs. Hockey is be- ginning to draw real crowds in this burg and that looks good tor a real rink one of these days. lowers of the old country football, as last week's results showed. However, don't forget to get your !erald on time. successful in scoring the fourth goal from a pass from Graham and the same ended amid great yelling from the rooters, Blairmore being the win- ners by four to nil. There was no occasion throughout the game for the referee to fence any of the players although at times the play looked to be rough and Turner, Goddard and Valprava of the Blair- aapre team were put out of play by hard knocks but only for very short periods. This game puts Blairmore at the head of the league and incidentally ittts greater Interest into the game for the other teams in the league. Blairmore will train hard for their return game with Lethbridie as they i acknowledge this team to be their greatest difficulty in their struggle1 "or the pennant. Pans witnessing the jethbridge-Blairmore game will.with- out a doubt have the privilege of witnessing the best game of hockey ever played in Southern Alberta. The Blairmore lineup was as fol- ows: Rhynas, goal; Bar'icur and 'urner, defense; Graham, centre; Goddard, right wing; Valprava, left wing; Elwin and Scott, subs. Coleman lined up at follows: John- ion, goal; Grelsack and de- ense; Cosgrove, centre; Jewel, right wing and Gates, left wing. Forborne reason Coleman played no subs> scheduled for .Friday, night has been postponed until Monday night. The contest was to hare been held in Gray's Armory which was destroy- ed, by fire yesterday. PHONE BAND TONIGHT from LM to 10J0. AdmlMlM Me md DON'T FORQET THE MOCCASIN DANCE Saturday, January 29th The blggett novelty ot the season. Dancing from 9.00 till 11.30. BOUT BRASS BAND. With of Jan Miufe. i-ljy, Oij.cj v UtijANlj, Ohio, Jan. 10-round bout between Gal. of Cleveland and George PMont Chaney of Baltimore, "HERALD" Football RULES GOVERNING THE COMPETITION ARE AS FORM I. The competition will called The Hera: I Football TIES PLAYED JAN. ZSTlT 2.; Competitors will be entitled to many entries us they desire, each entry la accompanied by CLOSE JAN. five cents, and coupons to the ber of 3 Competitors must cross out names of 4he clubs they think wJH los" and cro.vs out the names of both if they consider a draw will vs Cardiff. i Bridford vs Huddertfltld. j 4. Coupons can only be secured vs Chelsea. the Sporting rage of The Herald. 5 All monies received be returned In- prizes. The amount Shield! vs Uiton. Swansea vs Plymouth. numbers of prizes will be vl every Monday morning for that vs Quesn's Park R. VHtneA. neaulta of competitions will be- published Wednesday and Vheouea to successful competitors vs Wednesday. Crystal Palace vs Hull. mailed Immediately on receipt vs Bradford City. b'y thp Athletic News. Ml an must he posted or delivered to Thf Herald before County vs Aston Preston N.E. vs Watfcrd. night on Fridays. A Friday mark from points outside of the LEAGUE i ot Lei h bridge will be considered 21 containing a lerltlmate United vc ..Clyde. T. The name and" address nf vs Hamilton A. competitor must be clftorly marked vs Dumbarton. finch coupon. I. Stnmpp miift not tie used u vs Morton. ment for cntrtei. i, -All tries mimt he artdresned tn Football Competition. enter the Herald Football Com. petition in accordance with the and conditions annoumd TO. The Bportlng Erlltor'a and agree to accept tbe pub 11. Employees of The Herald decision as final and totally barred from v Signed Additu ;