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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THE WFI' HBRTTXjl? DAILY FRIDAY, JAN'UART 38, BRINGING UP FATHER dMcHanus I WVJ OUST THINKING I'D LIKE TO co TO WE CATER FOR BANQUETS PARTIES LODGES OUR DININO-MOOM AND OUR FACILITIES ENABLE US TO GIVE A SERVICE THAT WILL PLEASE. THE SIL VER GRILL Two or Tkee Hundred Blairmore Rooters Coming Down Wednesday Give Notice That Rink Capacity Will Have to be Special Train BLAIRMORE HERE WEDNESDAY NIGHT Jn the Herald yesterday it was stated that the Blairmore- Lethbridge gome would take place here Tuesday uight. This was an error. The schedule flies the game for Wednesday February 2nd. v v v IF (from Our Own Correspondent) j BLAIRMORE, Jan. 27 Blairmore iockey fans are eagerly looking; for- ward to the game between Blalnnnre and Lsthbridge on Lethbridge Ice next Wednesday, February 2nd. Now lhatj BlaJnnore are In the lead in the Crow 1 League much escitoraent prevails speculation Is rife as to the outcome' of this game. It is known that every- thing depends upon the result of the game for LethbrMgu and that Let'h- oridje are anxiously awaiting the re- cult. It is expected that the C. P. R. will ran a special train from the Crow to Lethbridge on this date providing a Mcessiry guarantee is forthcoming.. One hundred passengers would be BUI- ficlent guarantee to put on this spec-; ial and It is a foregone conclusion that tkls number will be guaranteed, Inj fact. If the train TUBS it Is expected that over three hundred people will go from the Pass to see Blatrmore and Lethbridge mix sticks. Can the Lethbridge rink provide ac- commodation for two or three hundred _________ piople from the Pass as well as Itsj own fans? If not they should get busy j Kennedy Calls For and make provision, for without doubt I Tco 4minqt fan- they will have as large a crowd at this j lce yame as they have ever seen at their; ftdlens rink. Blairmoro will go down to Loth- bridge with the intention of rooting OTTAWA, Jan. for their borne team and when fue action of the Ottawa crowd Irom Blairmore start rooting hockey team in leaving the ice-at they certainly make some noise. I Montreal last night has caused a mild Oh Whtre! sensation among their supporters. The What is wrong with the Coleman .world champions, however, appear to correspondent? We have not as yet bare' their followers behind them ami seen hll report on the Blairmore-Cole- the outcome of the incident is await-, man Has his bouyant spirit, ed with keen interest. In a. eintement s so evident before this game uaadert out by the club officials, It Is 01 If huge Babe Ruth continues to im- prove, He'll hit 100 homers in the coming Two hundred four-ply swats in And after Is there any reason To think, Suppose, or even hint that he Won't soak four hundred such in "23? If aviators on gathering speed. They'll do 300 miles an hour before next And in the season not a Six hundred miles an hour will teem quite small. And after what can stop an ace From instantaneous mans from place to place? If fishermen go onward with their lies, j Last season's fish, which touched a six- i inch mark, j Will grow until, before next winter's i The mammoth is as large as any shark. And, after well, they will not fail To make the Jsh as big as any whale! GRAHAM BELIEVES BIG FIGHT WILL BE HELD IN MONTREAL; SEES RICKARD NEW YORK, Jan. .flight will be held in Montreal. Canadian F. Graham of Montreal as a result of his conference with Tex Rickard here this morning believes that This was stated to the Canadian Press this afternoon by Louis H. Solomon, Mr. Graham's repre- sentative here, who was speak- the championship heavy weight I ing for the Montreal promoter. PROTEST WILL I. Coleman Wants Meeting Important Meeting in Coleman hockey officials hare ap- CARMANGAY RINK DID WELL AT 'SPIEL (Front Our Owo Correspondent) CAHMANGAY, Jan. Tea- key, who has been In Vancouver for the put month, has returned to Car- mangay. During his absence Council- lor C. H. Mesainger has been acting mayor. Miss Joy Peacock is spending a week or two visiting friends in Cal- gary. Inspector H. Craig, of the Bank of Hamilton, 'Winnipeg, spent cootie of daya here on Inspection work. Mr. Craig opened the branch of the bank here in was again on familiar ground. The Snyder and Crumley rinka hare returned from the Fernie The There were, originally, four brothers in the Gibbons family, of SL Paal. and all were boxers. At the last count, failed him? or is he holding his breath stated the team Is badly handicapped until after the Lethbridge-Blaivmore in having only one available sub, and game when he hopes to hare a come- the claim Is made that strong-arm tack? What was it he said In a rec- methods are being used to prevent ent report when telling of the great Ottawa winning the second half of defeat of Taber team: "Well, it's a the N. H. L. championship race. great life If we don't weaken! Blair- In an editorial this morning tha more next." Well "Blairmore next" Citizen, commenting on the club hay to oe ntuiten. At tnat f .ncrease how m.ny elapse before i of Gibbonses hoM them? plied to the president of the Crows Snyder rink got Into the for the Nest Hockey League to have the meet- Macleod cup, being beaten by only one Ing to consider Lethbrldge'a protest point Owing to an error it waa ttated held in Blairmore. The meting will in the Lethbridge Herald thaae be held in Macleod Saturday afternoon two Carmangay rinka came from Tab- at three o'clock a'a previously called. This meeting is called to hear a The Oddfellows held a ladies' night protest from Lethbridge over the on Tuesday, when a large number of game with Colemau in Lethbridge members and their wivei, daughters last week. This game, which was call- and lady friends were entertained. ed for In SJacleotr, was to decide a tia Cards were played, lunch sarred an-1 played between theso two teams some "a dance closed the proceedinci. time previous, and owing to a mlxup in instructions the game was forced to be played on Lethbridga ice. China will be represented in the League of Nations by Dr. Koo Koo Koo? However Coleman ployed a great devoting much space to last night a game alright and we suppose they are anli opinion seems fairly even- still trying to figure out as to how divided as to whether the goal Blairmore got through with those which led to the mixup was offside or ffnals Askt For Flnt MONTREAL, Jan. fining of the Ottawa players and the club for leaving the ice last night during the game with the Canadlens will be demanded by George Kennedy of the local club at the next meeting of the league executive. Pren. Frank Calder has received Famous Fikeg The miracles of Bui, Cans and McGovtrn. Bolshevik principles. Jack O'Brien's (Says so him- self.) Kultur. Sharkoy and Fltzslmmona first fight. The 1919 Series. Garry Herrmann decided to retain his great little third baseman because Irwin High Arerage With 549 For Three Hurt Dominions Tha Giants took three straight games from the Dominions in the city ten-pin league last night at the Do- minion alleys. The Giants got 785 for their first game, and then came back strong in the next two with 867 Lost to Preacher In Brewery Event At Calgary 'Spiel Rinks at Fernie Bonsplel Great- ly Enjoyed the Com- petitions STAVELY HOCKBYISTS I WON AT CLARESHOLM (From Our Own Correspondent) CLARESHOLM, Jan. Stav- ely hockey team locked horns with i the Claresholm boys en the home rink tonight and took the lone end of a S-l score. The tee was very heavy and the going hard, hut a fair brand of; hockey was dished up. i WILL BE BIG Friday MonhtfV Mall Held Record Number of Letters CkaMM Tie the entries are reaching Tie Herald oflce a new record will be established In football competi-1 tlon this week. Friday morning's mail! contained more entries than nanal and with oeTenl more deliveries coming! in today and with the first one tomor-; row morning a new high mark should be MUbllalMd. Don't forget that with Saturday morning's delivery to The Herald flee this vwk'ft competition la ahsot- i utely cloaad. Do not tend stamps but un currency (or your entry fee. The fee amounts to tweaty-Sva cents for each coupon. Two Hundred Fans are Wanted From 4.35 p.m. Plenty of entertainment will bi provided In Tabor tonight for the hockey fans from Lethbrldae. Word received last night wat to effect that a big dance will staged after the game and all bridge fans will be waleeme. were being to range for a special train to bring the fans back from Tabor, leav- ing there between eleven and twelve o'clock at night, but many said they would prefer to enjoy the dance that thla prop- oiltlon called off. .Two hundred fans minted in Taber tonight. The train leaves at o'clock this afternoon and returns to the city at 3.25 a.m. CLOSE CURLING BY COLEMAN RINKS HI (From Our Own Correspondent) COLEMAN, Jan. 27.--The Beck Rippon tame 10 the ticOilllvray Cup competition excited keen interest Neither rink had been defeated. Both rinks were to win. So equally were they matched that on the eighth end. tha wore 6 all. The playing wa> rery careful and it was anybody's game when Rippoa shot his last rork, putting Beck's counter out and mak- ing it 3 up In thi tth. Great effort was mute to matters on the home stretch MM Here was some very goo-l nude on both sides. When! tfie araoke had cleared Beck lay one anil met bis first defeat in the com- I petition. final waa 9 to 7 in favor of Rippon. On Friday evening Macleod sextet visit Coleman for the return' match in the league aeries. 410 PIFTH BTSEtT from the Canadian club a demand for a he realized that the chances of the meeting immediately. Kennedy claims would Gron decidedly slim with- that b'! V.-IH move that the players be jout nlm' fined each. Kennedy is also in- stunting legal proceedings for dam- Pittsburgh la thinking of giving a ages against the Ottawa club because trial to a California semi-pro named j he claims the scene at the rink last Tom Auley. Chile con Came and Spa- j night will hurt the St. Patrick-Canad- Ehetti .will be signed up a little later Portland Boxing Commissioner ien game hero on Saturday. Cooper I (From Our Own Correspondent) CLARESHOLM, Jan. Clar- esholm contingent to the Calgary hen- spiel have returned and all report good time. Wyatt reached the eights of the Brewery Cup and strange to say wns not out of the Brewery by a uacK strung m ino next iwu wuu eoi and 893, for a total of 2545 ping. The '0? Klnk of Dominion's best game was the sec- ond with 811, their total being 2337. They were down 203 pins In the throe games. Irwm high averace for the 9, and Nelson had high way down In five competitions but .were finally nosed out. Makes Kearns Willing PORTLAND, Ore., Jan. Frank E. Watktns, chairman of the Portland boxing commission, announced that an arrangement had been reached whereby Jack Dempeey will defend his title here next April in a 10-round de- cision match against the best man who can be obtained as an oppon- ent. Jack Kearns. Dempsey's man- ager, confirmed the announcement. Sraeaton, last night's referee' has re-'A batsman, a slugger named High signed. He issued a statement this Showed the miners a keen batting morning saying that the goal which I When he hits 'em, they He can catch 'em and throw- Ottawa objected to was iierfectly legit- imate. CLINTONVIEW ICE RACES TABER HOOPERS WIN FROM BOW ISLAND (From Our Own Correspondent) TABER, Jan. Island has- i kntballprfi invaded Taber today, for the return game, which took place in I the social hall this evening, and was witnessed by the crowd of en- j thusiastic hoop fiends, who were treat- ed to another good fast game, which roused wild enthusiasm. Practically So the big league will give him a trlgh! The ten best liars on record: anias and nine financial editors, An- Utterly Uaeleis Sahara Sand. Most pitchers at bat. Newspaper copy-boys. Fishes' ears. Movie stars off-stage. Hen's teeth. Tom Cowler and Jee Beckett. MOUNT CLEMENS, Mich., Jan. 28. i the 'w mo Ilno-ups OF In'tha game at. Copyright National Newspaper Service al Clintonview Park was i Tt-'tnid took tije floor, but with a postponed yesterday afternoon nntil changd score, for Tauer put It all] TAYLOR AND ZBVSZKO DRAW today OB account of the heavy Uie hoopers trom the famous gas-! CASPER, Wyo., Jan. Tay- going after one heat in area, winning the return game lor of Wyoming and Stanislaus Zbys- pace. Thursday's card consisted also by a score of 58-20. While Bow zko wrestled nearly three hours here- of the pace and pace and will be continued this aHurnoon. "STRANSLER" LEWIS NEARLY MOBBED KANSAS CITT, Mo., Jan. 27.- of police eacorted Ed. "Strang- Island put' up a Rood the gamo tonight. Zbyszko won the first fall in was In Taber'fi mitt all tho wiiy, the 20 minutes. They wrestled then for line part of the program hciliK the two ond a half hours moro without a. splendid combination work of the tell and the referee called the match locals, who were right there wlien it a draw, because it was to be two out came to passing ttu.> buck, Bnw Inland of three falls. EVERS, JUNIOR 18 BALL TEAM OWNER KOing In too much for individual play. (In tho first section It wat? Tabor's ier" Lewis, world's heavyweight! same from the drop of the hat, and the champion fbrough an angry j scoru at its cioso was to M in favor to his dressing room after1 of the locals. Bow Island picked up N. V.. Jan. Lewis had applied a heidlock on Oua- Minsldernhly in the second, and Kvurs, junior, 11-yoar-old son of tha tav Sulzo, la winning the second fall i the locals a run for their money, but manager of tho Ns-tlonal lea- of their wrestling match here tonight, j foil away ilKHln, tlio scorn standing Bile baseball club, today became a Ho clamped the hold on Sulzo attar .18 to 20 at tlm rlosn of the second, part owner of tho Albany team ot two minutes ot fast wrestling. He lay; half. Cliio Edwards acteil as referee j tin; Eastern league. there several minutes apparently nn-jon this occasion, and treated every-1 His father, It was announced, had and It was then the crowd: body alike. A short practice waa held. purchased a one-third interest in tho Hrtrrmmded the ring but police pro- at the clean of tho game, in which j Albany club and had turned the Btock any serious disorders. teams participated. over to his j Enjoyed Fernie Visit Two rinks from Clareaholm skipped in last by Geo- Ringrose and R. B. r me visited Pernie last week, tak- Several fouls were called on the too'k'partTn Dominions In the nrst same, which h, h th, but good no doubt had a tendenfy to affect words to sav tor this event The hon- their rolling for the night However. ,he name the get over this difficulty, Neat hnj alwaV3 Bad R Smoke AfWIWal Vn-finia W, at fry Skating Tonight to 10.00 Ka and 1So Skating Tomorrow Afternoon 2M to and 15c MOCCASIN DANCE SATDAY NIGHT to 11.30. General Admission W'.. 10-PIECE BRASS BAND JAZZ MUSIC. Rubbers will do If you have not moccasins. There will be iincy skating and a match race between danc- ing. Phone 1849. they should and will be a hard team to beat the future. The scores 1st 2nd 3rd Nelson...... 141 Freestone 177 Sloan...... 150 Hopper...... 158 Irwin Dawson Playlalr Leaske Fitzpatnek MacLean 153 785 1st 177 131 147 ili 184 m 128 177 184 203 867 2nd 143 Ifi7 149 Tot. 628 4G6 629 5M I reputation of being a good 'spiel, and Ins this has been the first tlmo Clar-i esholm visited the town of Fernie In! this capacity -there is no doubt left in the minds of the Claresbolra curl- i ers that this is n fftcf. The bonsptel i at Fernlo with enthusiastic curlers' and boosters such as E. Herchmer, Harvey Brown. M. Kastner and J. Mitchell cannot help but be a success.- There was not one stone left upturn- ed by tlio people ot Fernie to enter- tain the curlers and there la no doubt whatever that the entry of the Clar- esholm curling club will be increased al the next bonspicl held by that as- 752 811 JOCKEY CLUB SECRETARY QUITS MONTREAL. Jan. holding omco since the formation of the or- ganization, William Northey resigned, aa secretary-treasurer at the annual meeting of the Montreal Jockey Club held yesterday. 3rd Tot. 524 -122 147 456 493 __......__ The rinks attending were as fol- Ringrose, skip; O. R. Maxwell, D. A. Anderson and W. Keeley. R. E, Moftatt, skip; O. D. Walker, Thou. Dodds and R. Brock. It might be mentioned in passing that neither of the two rinks brought homo any of the prizes as the moun- tain atmosphere was strange .to the prairlo chickens. MACK GETS FUHRMAN PHILADELPHIA, Jan. Fulirman, who for two seasons was a catcher on the Rcglna club of tho Western Canada league bus been signed by the Philadelphia Am- ericans, Manager MAck aanoonced to- day, lie will report here In time to accompany the, oei iM south- era tralnlx trlt BRENNAN WINS "HERALD" Football Competition 152.00-THIS RULES GOVERNING THE COMPE- TITION ARC AS FOLLOWS: DALLAS, Tex., Jan. Bren- nnn of Chicago the newspaper decision over Hugh Walker of C'itr in 12 slow and unlntoresting rounds of boxing here laat night. The fight, according to Maurice Huffheg, Dal In a county district attorney, rnnrk- od the end of boxing exhibitions haro until such event! am legalized, Not a hard blow WM struck by either nta until the round, j 1, The comvctlUm will ctlled Th.i Footb.Ui Competition. 2. will be entitled to M many entries al they each entry la accompa-lecl by twenty- fivt cents, and coupons to the num- ber of en trleg, S Competitors roust crow out tha namea of clube they think w.U and CTOM aamen of both if they consider drtw wilt result. 4 Coupon! etui only be secured from fipc.tlng Tage The Herald. 5 AU monies received will be re- (timed In prltei, amount and nufl.bern of will be published "very Monday inomtni for that week's Lrnmn of will he publish pd Wcdnesilay uml rhwjflett to competitors wili mnllod ImrnMtatfel? on receipt of ''pn'flrTnntlnn hy ttie Athlet'.c News. 6 ill WUM4 he posted or de- livered to Hmifl before mid- night on A Friday poit- marfc from nt city of will he considered us contalnlnf n 7. The nddrrtui of tha competitor must be clearly marked on each coupon. 8. mint not be used ag pay- ment for I. All entrlM nqnit nddmMiftd tn Oio Kd'tor. FoAthun nompetltlflB. 10. Thf> Hportlnr Mltnr'i deelalon will be nnet. 11. of Thn Herald are from ENTRY FORM CUP TIES PLAYED JAN. !9TH 1921 ENTRIES CLOSE JAN. 2STH MIDNIGHT Brighton vt Cardiff. Bradford vs Huddersflgle1. Swlndon VA Chelsea. South Shields vs Luton. Swansea vs Plymouth, Derby vs Wolverhampton. Burnley vs Queen's Park k. Everton vs Wednesday. Crystal Palace vs Hull. Tottenham ve Bradford City, Notts County vs Aston Villa. Preston N.E. vs Watford. SCOTTISH LEAGUE Ayr United vs Clyde. Clydebank va Hamilton A, Dundee vs Dumbarton. Hearts vs Morton. I entor the Herald Football Cow petition in accordance with the rules and conditions annonnced above, and agree to accept the pub- lished decision as Anal and legally binding. Signed Addnsa ;