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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGR SS THE LKTHnnimiK WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1920 "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McMamts hWKIE-1 DON'T I _F _ KNOW WHAT-b If" TKEOCXTCK IN TO SEE I TOO- V Hockey Results MOOM 4, 3 MOOSE JAW, Bilk, Ju. n brilliant exhibition ot: lift Maple Lead fehaUd Ilcgiua Victorias ay a ot to 3. The gams was the moil ipeetccular thus iar seen till and by a cjxiwd ot B RAM EH IE ATA ZULU HOT SPH1KGB, 'Art., Jan. Harry Drainer, Pacltlo Cowl butasi- awarded the dec la Ion here lut night orec Hulu Kid o( Brooklyn. In a 10-roufld Lout. NEW PACIFIC COAST BASEBALL LEAGUE WORLD. OF MIAMI, Jen. mission to a world's championship bout between Benny Leonard, lightweight champion of the world, and Freddie Welsh, English cham- pion, was granted Monday by Sir Win. Allerdyce, governor- -fr general of the Bahama Islands, it was learned hero today. 4 District League Standing Won. Lost. P.C. Lelhbridse'... 0 Macleod 1 Taber ..........1 Pincher 1 .500 ,333 .333 Return Match on Taber Icetpearlinr to be .very loin to accept the Team Xot in Condition referee's decisions, until the puck was ordered off the Ice till tlicy did. Pres- ently' Marquis scored, Van Orman, who had only coma on the Ico In this collided ivllh n Pincher man. (Speclat to the Kertiai and forced to retire from the TABER, Jan. the presence gatae. About '.tils time Davis mado a ot E largo and interested crowd of j number of spectacular runs, but with- both seiea, Pincher Creek merry-1 outv avail, but managed to net one makers turned the Ublu on the local i Jliat after Van Orman'e accident, and team here tonight by e icoxo of 7 lo 6. rpuud left the score 3-3 In favor Tiic -Kit an: ovevtime one, Uioiof Pibcher. Fast play anil heavy score standing 4-4 at tho close of ruaried the third period, but third period. The Chinook reported j Blue through B ronghhouse of here has not appeared -Marquis netted another, und the night somewhat cold, tho hut lied the score before tho crowd having to do a quickstep be- tween periods. Arriving' last night, the visitors bad a good ml, tut the locals, in common with other Taber period tioaed. Tt to play ten mtnntes' oTertlne, and tha play hecame very fast, to the delight ot the crowd, citizens, had boon up most of the'. was intense. Tho locals got night fighting the flames, when three away af'Jast and "carried the war into business places went up in stuohc, anrl Africa." Bull luck, however, seemed had also been putting In a lot of work to alte'nd-SIcLean, for shot after shot preparing the rlnk'tor the gamo. the was _raintxl on the Pincher only heavy snowfall of Sunday making tills [to bounce ofl the Pincher goal-keeper's Imperative. The team has not reoov-jpads into safe territory, ami the puck ured from Its experiences on the trip [was frequently mahed to the other end; during occasions Marquis. west, when In (he Pincher game throo of the llue-up were put hors-de'Comfcat, Ij. Male's ine-o ntlll him, Blue Is still battered up, and .Van Orman is hanlly ablo to use ills arm yet. The Ico was like glass, oud tumbles were frequent. O. Tallman acted as referee, and although thpro was much kicking by Puncher, the crowd was with tho referee, who wa? impartial in his decisions. iiany upaots and n great deal of play In tbo centro marked (he" first period, but at O'metead. got niva.y and sllpuod the first shot into the Tatar goal. Tho puck was hard- ly wall into again before, how- ever. Mftlo' lied tho score with a clear shot. Tho tie produced faster play, and tho referoo landed seven on tho fence in the next few mlnutei, the Plnchor iiwn being the worst of'QodirB, but the score re miincd a Plncher had tho bstl tho second period, two or threo plftyors clearly outskatfng their oppoaenU. ?ilde-and-go-58ek play 5 was follOTred by a lucky shot from Oimstsad, and heavy ficriminagc, while confplainla of tripping wcro followcil i by much fenceviowinir. Plncher ap.' Wilkinson and Armstrong scored. Blite managed to net anolher for Tabor, but after play, wfien no further vantage gained either v.-ay, tha gong rang, and the game ended 7 to 5 .n favor of tho cow-punchers, ,1'inch- er'a skaters showed much speed at times, and they earned what tliey got, but It was plain after tho first out- burst or two of .speed that tho locals Were In no shape to play a strenuous game. The lino-up: PJncher. Taber. McLean Goal 'Price WHUnson Defence Carleton Defence Anderson Centre U Halo Right Davis ..Left lllno Sub Van Ormnn Marquis Olmatcad..... Armstrong---- CURLING It there Is Ico for curling, draw he at 8 o'clock, as fol- rws: nuff ra. Marnock Klrkham It A. Crawford vs. DuvMaon Uvie TS. Nolson 'Held Shephonl Calgary Bonspiel OALOARy, Jan. 16 con- Ttoonea in Iho sLrleanth nual bonopioli Alci. of suffered his firsl defott in th srnre. with Urn Sliaughncssy Iloishls ('ambiy for Sang; Dawscm for Mcl.cnd. Third I'eriorl: Kang for B. Webb for Dawson. League Standing Won. Lost. S'.C. Knoj .........I 5 0 Rotary 3 2 .333 Herald........ 0 G .000 An addition will be hillt to Iho WosJalock hospital owing to lack of accommodation. Gulf Club at Vancouver. NICKALLS TO COACH YALE ROWING CREW NEW Il.vvra, Conn., Jan. ;i Guy XlcknlU lias accepted the of from Yale I'nivorsily and will s from Kmrland on February 21 to lake up his work as rowing coach, it was announced by c. C. or Seattle, captain of HIP Yale 'varsity crew. NIckaDs was crew coach at Yale in leaving early In 1917 to twin in tho Jlrillsu army. day. Clubs in Montreal, Toronto, Chi- cago. New York, Clovclnnd and Ilo- chestcr are MACDONALDS We HaVt Installed a Full Equip- ment for Repairing AUTOMOBILE RADIATORS Can handle all makes of CUTI. Expert Hot Air Furnace Work. FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet MeUl Worlwn 336 6th St. South Phont 1713 Vimy Auto Repair Shop Adams Block 13lh Street N. GENERAL REPAIRS FOR ALL MAKES OF CARS. By Experienced FORD'SERVICE AOENOY TIRES STORAGE ALL WORK 18 GUARANTEED G. F. WILSON, W. TULUOOH ;