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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGR SIX HiE LKTHBRIWR HKRM ft. THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 192U [VBRINGING UP By G. Me Man us (JOT THlTf WORD THEY WERE ILL- ARE ONtOf ONE TO tiiCJSV UP IN OININ4 ROOH TONK iORSOO i DON'T Feeu SVELL. E1THEM REMEMBER ARe INVITED TO IsM AT THE THI% iMiTH'b TABLE WHERE THE-V fOUR HOURS CATER WORLD or Lethbriclge Doubles Score on Pmcher Sextet; Locals Display Best Combination of Season Local Haskefeers "Win Here 50- Team Also Trounces Garden City Crew Hopes to Clear Himself, and Then Meet Dempsey for Championship Unbroken String of Wins is Kept Up By Lethbridge in District Lengue 1-etiinriilEe Tabcr Pinches District League Standing Won. Lost. 0 1.000 1 1 .500 3 .K1 Ltlhbrldgc 13; Plr.cher Fans who stayed away from lost night's hockey game fearing that it had been put out of business by tho Chinook made a big mistake, for the game was played as per schedule and Lelhhridgc continued its unbroken string of wins by tucking away the Flnt Period A coupie of offsides iu front ol Leth- bridge joal didn't set anything. LEAGUE STANDING Lothbridge...... Raymond Magrath 0 2 0 -3 MEXICO CITY. Jan. John- son, former heavyweight pugilistic champion of.the -world, plans to re- L. Pol. [turn lo the United States at once lo 0 1.000 face charges pending against hta in 0 1.000 j Chicago, 'according lo a letter shown .000 the Associated Press yejterday from .030 Johnson. Tho former champion U confident ho can arrange legal dlffl- fore a small crowd (lie local sen- cuttles in lime to fighi Juck Dcmpscj- or basketball team were able to de- before the latter meets Georges Car; feat Magrath. 5 Boucher broke up a rusli, hooked the, some very good combination' but Irish puck; niatle a nice run and passed to I Kane and Uwniell of the Ixilhbrliiso Heber. Kalth one for Lclhbrldge. jteam were too much for them, with feat .Ylagratb, 50-12. in a hard and of France, and asserts Demp- lho "v" j soy must meet him before be can claim' last nigUt. Tlia Magrath boys put up Lynch ran tho disc up, and bad practlC' ally a' field but missed his op. Two shots on Pincher goallo went astray and the pdck tra- the result that the visiting team were only able to get f the world's chauipioiiship. Tlie letter sbown by written by him to "Charles F. Cl. United States district attorney li> Cht- visiting team were cago. It said Johnson ivould go to _..-.. .'our field baskets. New by way of Havana Heau mid Chrislensen of .Magrath both ing with tho American embassy hsrc jelled down to (he Lethbridje end Ting in played an excellent .game each, tigur- Combination plays. le were right where Marquis made il 1-1 by a bnck-lirwin, Youns aiid Kaiu. hand swipe as the puck was coming jthere with the goods. Irwin.was right put of the corner. Reber, Henderson at home the first bait making "eight and Ttircotle staged a nice combian-ttleld baskets. Geo. Young made fivn lion with Henderson making a pretty j field baskets nml managed to make shot from the wing. Boucher very pretty long shots.- The up and fell, .and Lethbridge lost a game as a whole was very fast and chance. Down again, Reber to Tnr-jthd people wero pleased even though coltc lo Keber to Turcotte who notch- [be score was one-sided. ed No. 3 for Lethbridge. Billy Hend- The preliminary game tcaa a walk- scalps or the boys who came from the ereon missed a nice pass in front of (away for tho home team Hud- the land of foothills and real old Boucher and Iteber'Vent down .son Morrison and Snow'were putt'n- tucky stills by Iho score Andjin a nice combiiialion play but lost, (in baskets" in ereat shape. The two it tho score indicates that there wasn't Rehcr got Iho pack behind goal, pass-'guards, Cope and Snow, btoi a lot .of fun, it lies. If there hadn't icd out to Boucher who drew the goalieiot the' visiting team's c RAYMOND, Jan. race for pennant in the Southern Alberta Basketball League seems to be reaolr- ing itself into struggle between Letli- bridge and Raymond. At present they are tied for first place In the league standing. Friday night a decisive bat- tle will he'fought on the Lethbridge floor. will go a long way toward deciding the championship. The local five sre. confident o( vl Lory. Meldrum js drilling his men hard and they will in the pink condition when they take the floor next Friday night. They realize what is at stnke and they aro determined to enter the fray with every ounce of pep that Is in them. The team Is snro to he accompanied by a crowd ol fans It the weather moderates. Our oirrs Jan. bonsplel riiik, consisting of.T. Paterson M. McKellaf, H. IVanken and J. Hob oni returned from I-ethbriflgo Frl day. They report a. tine timo and bring bacK with them "as trophies ol their skill, cut 'glass creams ant sugars. Now lor a chain o[ -afternoon teas. Ilio cup donated by the PraJrio City Oil Co. for local competition was up for the first timo. on Saturday Jan. 17lli, and was contended for b> the following two rinks: Hill liourlgan, Tollman and Shiols. McColl Prankon, Hali and McBrlde. Honors went to Uio former rink. Oi Saturday, Jan. 2-ltli, the Hill rink sue carefully dclendeil.the.cup against the I.alrd rink, composed of Laird (skip) Redel, Cook and Suridal. At the 14tl eud the score stood 19 to' 10. U looka as though .combination had concluded to hang en to this'fine cui for the rest of the season. The draw for the next victims be on Tuesday nighL The wild Mimro pursues his trium phant course toward the McLean Cup the II. Patersoh rink being the lust lo fall' before the skill of his leadership and the'prowess of liis braves. Curlers will to leani tha at a receot bbjispJel in town o Mr. Tom Henderson own up most o the best cupa: nnd prizes. Skating Tonight Tonicht, Friday and likely on Sat- urday iiigUt, ap well Saturday at-. .oruooa, there wilt gkatlnc at'tfa' A. A. A- rinV. The lee la flue condition ant! skaters should tikt ad-' vintage oi the opportunity offered. to the heavy cost ot bu4 music will be dispensed but to tioas- IOYO this keen, winter tWs will make DO difference. The rtilars have been giving way to koekey the pas', coupla of weeki ud DOW given a chince to set ta goud work. As there ate no counter attractions (hero should e bis crowd ot merry skaters out There aro public motor vehicles registered la Tork city. Eddl, Berger Joe FfontUIn CITY TAXI SERVICE DAY AND NIOHT Country Trips BptcUKy Phone IIM, OHIoe Ave. S., Lethbridge, AiMrU. ftlde In a- McLaughlln Special, It more. OTT AUTO LIVERY Special Servico on Country Trips Phones 787 Residence 1210 CURLING Dominion Bowling Alleys Basement Dominion Bids. Untrnuc'o on Sixth Street. The draw for tonight. Shepherd vs. Reid (Brew.) Clark .vs. .Skcith (N.Y.D.C.) R. A. Crawford vs. Davidson f Parks vs. Marrs Nelson vo. Uvie Lait Night's Remits beat Kirkbam in 13 ends Duff beat Mbrnqch. MONTREAL WINS SKI JUMP SAItANAC LAKE, N. Y., Jan. 28 Whiltal of Montreal, won the International ski-jumping champion- ship at the closing of tho annual mid- winter carnival hare today, Hockey' Results iMONTREAL, Jan. and over-confidence.on the part of tho players of .the Cnnadien hockey team accounted for .an overtime period in tlio scheduled: same between Cana- diena and Quebec tonight, Cnnadiens finally winning out, 4 to 3. Canadians displayed far below their standard and could have ended tbo game sooner. Senior O. H. A. Resultr Toronto University 1, Aura Lee 0. CHICAGO, Jan. 25.-----Jimmy Wilde, the British will make his third bid for flslic honor} in Ibis country tonight when he moots Mike Krtle. a St. Paul, Jiiun, bantam- weight, in a scheduled 10-round no- decision bunl. pud; f-'rincess Mary, third. Lord. Wilde's opponent, is a .brother of Seymour. Kitty Allenwood and Flor-1 ence Peters, also ran. IJesl 2.18 Pace, Purse J400 Junn. won: B. .1, L.. second; fiarland Krtlc. who a few years ago lime, considered one of tho best ban- tame in the country. ICrlle itas chosen to box .Wilde after by lack of steady Ice. Lynch, Marquis, passlnc to Kcbcr who Cobble and Wallace looked like Ihei finished It with N'o. 11. Tiircotto staged pick o( the fiock, whllo Mr-Ix-an In hi lone hand nnd drawing tho goalie didn't body tiie disc through. Slither-, Mac. third. Dr. H.irvey, King Boy, land saved two ott Lynch's stick. Mar- Jenny anil Ilomala, also ran. quis notched No. 5 for I'inche- on a Beat time, nice bit of work. Billy Henderson on' a pass from Turcotte got No, S. Houch- er took It up the side, passed to Iteher, back to Boucher and through for No. 9. Turcotto and Henderson staged ncit rush. Turcolle shot, McLean saved, but Rober bored In from be- hind and scored on the rebound. No, 1C. A Turcotte-Hemierson drive fizzl- ed. Boucher slarted the next rush goal mado some wonderful saves. Tho first two periods were not so fast as the fans hnvo been used to watching. Tlie locals evidently didn't feel called on to extend them solves and didn't back check ag bard as they usually do. In fact in Ihe second period they seemed to lake n lay off, and Pinohor ran the score up to C-4, fiolng strong at that. About this timo however friendship ceased :md tho Jael period was a'proccaalon to centro out bad an easy victim. No. 12. Heber duplicated. No. ing so f.ml No. 13. Maria'n il They were corn- decided to try his SCHOOL HOCKEY GAME Central', and Galbraitli school hockey teams fire playing al Ihe rink at 1.80 Ibis afternoon. Par- ont8 are invited. Admission frco. tho Milwaukee promoters j had fallcil to close a match with Kranklq Mnac-n oJ Port Wr.ync. Ind., who h recogniz- ed as the American flyweight cham- pion. Mason refused the match be- cause lie said ho could better In- ducements pUflH-hero than those, of- fered in Milwaukee. Wilde will enter (ha ring lonfgnt conceding about eight to ten pounds to Ihe SI. Paul boxer. Krtlo lias agreed to weigh 115 pounds at 3 p.m. JUNIORS A GAME Def......iiouchcr TnrCDtto Wing ........Hcbcr luck for tho rest of (he game, (joins j .11. Wing Henderson up to Iho forn-ard lino Mid making rush after ruah. They ail flivvoreil Just at tho anxious moment. Olm- stfiad went on'for Pincher CVcek and just lo get Inlo Ihe game poked In the last counter out of a scramble. The line-up Mclxan........floal 01 in Mrfiltlis F. Henderson Rcbor Hend- erson 4, Boucher 3, Turcolto 2. Pincher 2, Jlobblo 1, Lynch 3 and Olmalcad 1, Boucher had thrfo assists, Turcotle 9, nebcr 4 and Herd- S'jlticrli'.nd erson 1 during lho gama. Wallace........ft. Def.......Marian L. Turcolte J. Mulholland. captain ol tho Medicine Hat Juniors la anxious lo line up n series of home ami home games with a team of juniors be- tween tlip agcr, ot 10 IS, The Hatters play seven man hockey anil would want ono gome on that rule. Here's a chnnco for ono of tha looal junior teams lo gain some- ex- perience. Wrlto to Capt. Mul- holland, cure of W. B. Kealer, Becker Dlock, Mcdlelno Hat. TOBACCO SERIES No. VI View of Sort Ing Room In Virginia Re-drying Plnnt, The bdnt totled Into different of i prior te i> before export. of quality. quality MACDONALDS TOBACCO THE RADIATOR MAN 418 Fifth St. S. ANYTHING IN RADIATORS Electric Welding CAR REPAIRINQ Lawford Welding Co. 2nd Ave., Opp. Leth bridge Hotel Phone 1544 We Have Instilled a. Full Equip- ment for Repairing AUTOMOBILE RADIATORS Cart handle nil makes of cart. Expert Hot Air Furnace Work, FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet MtlJl Workfra 336 6lh St. South 1713 Vimy Aiito Repair Shop Arfimi Blotk Dth Street N. GENERAL REPAIRS FOR ALL MAKE3 OF CARS, By Experienced FORD SERVICE AGENCY TIRES STORAQB ALL WORK IS GUARANTEED Q. F. WILSOM, W. TULLOCH ;