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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAOBTOt BRINGING DP FATHER THE SATURDAY. JANUARY 29, Ittt By G. McManus THB. HPt IN THC TUB LCAKIN4.-I PMONCO JOINT AJ-tO HE HC HVa NO MMH TO OONTCfcT I'LL TVVnT IT 1% COHIN- M4MT AVMf I TOLQ THE. LEAK. THE CCUl-AtV WE CATER FOR BANQUETS PARTIES LODGES OUR DINING-ROOM AND OUR FACILITIES ENABLE US TO GIVE A SERVICE THAT WILL PLEASE. THE SIL VER GRILL Lethfcridge Comes From Befiind And Takes Taker Into Camp By 4-3 Score; Judge of Play Lewis Has Warm Time IRfiBII Boucher Scores Three of Leth-jplay appeared bent on winning bridge Play- ing Without Reber or Walker Just a song at twilight .When the dimmed lights faintly glow, (And through the streets the hold-up f men the'Are strolling to and same for LethbriiUe. and the second Just a song at twilight, tie was plain as a. pikestaff, though When the sandbag deftly falls, j he declared it no goal. The was And the plunder joyously is borae a. credit to Bro.'Cherry, manager of the rink. Lethbridge liutd up as follows: Podger, goal; Duke and Fred Hender- son, defence; IMcPhee, centre; Bouch- er, leu wins: S. Henderson, right wing; Turcotte, Paul, spares. Taber lined up as follows: L. Malo, goal: McFarlaod. Carleton. defence; Havis, centre; Douglas, left wing; Blue, right wing; Dodie and Ingalls, spares. Referee, Livingstone. Taoer; Judge of play. Lewis, Lethbridge. fixture here tanijht get: away tho honors bivaking f.he tie for a score of four goals to three1. Handicapped by 'he absence oij Daris. in the second period, fenced for four minutes at one session, and: Blue along u-itli Irin at another.' Taber, which won the first period by 'A score of saw Lethbridge even up the score, ntiahle to hold back the' flying' Boucher, as ho circled rapidly! about the defence of the local tuarn. j Promptly at the eastbound, special roach, kindly donat-j ed by Maciuutosh, for which: uixoa desires to thank that oiiicial, debarked a bis bunch of fans.; and the local eating places were Hku 1 to be swamped by the overflow. Jas. i Cordon. Lethbridge ticket agent, and; Harbour Was Class of the Game Const. Liploa, P..C.M.P. and other cele- brities wero noticed among the lot. and in spite of raw weather, a large crowd gave each of the teams an ova- tion as they slipped out upon thn glassy pond. The ice was last and playei-s auddeuly became seated'to the amusement of the laughing fans, who were in high feather. Blairmore Is Too Fast for Pincher AndWinsBy9to2 Crew Worked Hard To the sign that spurts three balls. The National Commission enlarged by the admission of a repre- not let in a representative of. the Baseball Writers' Association, a rep- representative of the fans, and a rep- Coleman Takes Macleod Into Camp, Score 3-1 of Fastest and Games of the Scores Two MEETING ON PROTEST POSTPONED ONE WEIK The meeting of tbe executive of tbe Crows Nest Hockey League to discuss the protest entered by Lethbridge on the recent Lethbridge-Coleman Q game, has been postponed one Cleanest (From Our Own Correspondent) COLEMAN, Jan. tie. feated Macleod here last night by a 3 to 1 score in one of the fastest cleanest games of the winter. The Macleod team took the ico bout 15 minutes before the game was called. .They warmed up and showed good speed and form. Referee Kippon called the game at S pm_ There was no jutfge of play provided. The ice vas perfect and made a fast game possible. The puck see- sentatlve for the players and a repre-! sawed for about five minutes when sentative for the minor leagues. Why Gate made a splendid rush and lj scored. The game was clean and fast. The Macleod boys were playing an ag- resentative of the peanut butchers? gamts and in a fine combina- tion rush got within shooting distance Riot and confusion prevailed. Bricks nni1 scored. The first period ended The. first period was Taber's with- (Special to The Herald) PINCHER CREEK, Jan. more, C'rnw League lenders, had a fair- ly easy time of jt Mfeating Pincher Creek here tonight by tho score of out a doubt. In spite of the speedy ,9 to 2. A small crowd witnessed the Boucher, Taber hockey lets, playing game. The ice was not good owing combination that had the crowd on j to the very soft weather which pre- their feet kept Bro. Podger busy, and J vailed during the last two days. The the goal iu danger. Taber put up a weather tonight though was just about zero and the small crowd of fans were combination game never shown by the team before. Carleton right after sure rooters. It was a good clean tho faceoff. ran the disc to the Leth-lgame all the way through. bridge end and Malo was not often First Period called on though he made one or two I Blairmore got the first goal which atitrncf ..Itnt n I __ _ "im.it, were whizzing hither and thither; fists rose and fell; teeth rattled on the walk like hail. Strong men grappl- ed with other mighty men, and, heav- The second things equal. period started with There was an end to end rush. Bota teams were playing ing, gasping, cursing, strove for sheer and just when things were get- animal supremacy. The tumult and tins faster Gate took the puck and; the battling grew wilder, fiercer, j in the second for Caleman. Amid the milling mob one aan, re- Levauseur and Johnston, goalkeeper, tainlng sense and calmness, suddenly mixed It up at the goal-mouth. raised his strong, commanding voice above the uproar. "Where do you fellows think you're at, anyhow? Levauaeur was put on the fence for his had judgment. The game be- came a little rough but cooled down An American League again. McDonald In goal for Macteod was playing the best game and kept Abashed, ashamed, they caased tfee deadly struggle and slunk away from there. One of the saddest sights of the sea- son Is to see some plunger who was playing the mutneis all summer try- ing to beat the postage stamp machine in a hotel lobby. "Nature abhors a straight line." out some hard ones.. There was no more scoring, the sec- ond period ending in favor of. Coleman. When the third period started It was still anybody's game. All efforts were made by the both teams to score. Levauseur was playing a lot offside. The play In thisi, period was mostly around Macleod's It Sp, goal and CoBgriff, receiving a pass, I -r BUII1U, "ua utcll UHO -V o _, week. Blairmore and Coleman opllt in Half, Winners Playing off For Championship Late in February SPEED RACES WITH DANCE AT RINK AT 9 Tonight will to a big night at the ikating rink. One half ipeed race and some fancy abat- ing will be mixed up with tha moccasin dance. Dancing will commence at 9 o'clock and can- tfnue until 1t.30. Harvey Schweitzer and Mattatall will act an the ipeed fiends; Eight times around rink will make the half mile. The fancy skaters will be Bryans, Hall and Janies, and in these the rink management premise the dancers some splendid exhibitions. The big bran band has baan practicing some real live Jan far this occasion and good music ia promised. Boots and rubtatra can be worn. DISTRICT HOCKEY LEAGUE STANDING llairroore Co'eman Boslng promoters and wrestling man- banged it in for the third goal. The smart saves. One hot shot was claim-, by' Iagers are clllld'eB natura after nil.' Play" was clean throughout The period Macleod cd by Lethbridge as a goal, but not! after the (ace-off from a shot about' I and made some wonderful the crowd backing the ref-. three-quarters way down ice. There! Consress thinks In terms of saves. Spud Murphy was in the game c. of ryshes trjeij jy Blalr. but its McLean the Pincher goal oree. Some fine shooting was were but Lcthbndse shots went wide.; more but su.. through interference. Backeheckins keeper kepi them all out Then Val- was fierce at times on both sides, but: and Turner a pretty com- thc puck was mainly about Dro. Podg- i bination and scored No two for Blair- er and at last the pressure on Leth-1 more, not long after Quicker one of nrutge goal was too much, Douglas. the Pincher subs, scored Plnchar's scoring on a slant shot. Podger was first goal. The girls had Rhynan soon busy again. Although Boucher niairmore's goalie rattled Goddnrd aiid( Henderson gorfar out. but Taber scored No. three for Blatrmore The first period ending 3 to 1 in favor of Blairmore. Second Period Blairmore showed their training all keiJt crowding in and tho puck rush- ed to Taber nets came back in Mc- I'arland'a care, who shot wide. Davis scoring on Bodie's pass. Piay was hot in centre, whoa first time rang, this period; the skatns was score being 2-0 favor of Taber. fas, amt lbe Creel( bo werp -A- close shoi on LethnriilKe nets oc-j thorn too. Nice combination brain power functions terms of wooden nickels. One great advantage of an empty pocketbook: yon can the merry raspberry to the holdup man. all the time and played useful game. The game ended in favor of Coleman Macleod lined up. as follows Mc- Donald. goal; Frits. McFarlane. de- fence. Murphy, Bryne, Purdy, for- wards. Let us merry today, for torn or- Coleman lined up as follows fohn- row we may be full of wood alcohol. I ston. goal; Gresack, Cosgriff. defence; Jewel. Hoggan. Gate, forwards. The Best Lie of the Season There was. In this town, a man who drew just an average salary. And after the Government and the profit- eers got through with him. he had a Hula money left. slior'Jy after the. Fecnnrl pot! plays --.v Alexander and Mar-it .as opeiral. The play was soon anrt a 0, one The bread-lines In invert! cities ave been considerably enlarged by p. Graham, Art. Graham, Geo. Johnston, subs.. Rippon. So successful was first mocas- sin dance last Wednesday evening, sports who spent their last nickel offerins JoOO.OOfl for Dempsey and Carpentler. In The Dim Side-saddles Long skirts The Roman Empire. Polite children Fa't mall service. "Kultur." Alexander and one by Armstrong, but -T score was mads by Pincher The 'irlh goal was scored %arly In this rioi! by Harbour, the fifth by raham afier nicp combination with 'urner. Thn sixth goal wa? also due combination by Goddard and Val- Goddard Ooddarrt soor- il the nest goal by a rush, just at the of the second period, making the core seven to one. Third Period Both teams worked bard all the way through. Plnchor got !n number 2 goal, scored by Alexander. Elwin right after scored number eight for Blairmore. There were lots of scrim- mages and a couple of rushas and tbea f Elwin for Blairmor0 scored their ninth goal. The game all the way through was ed owinS a poor track, very clean. Barbour showed class all tijo way. H. Bossenberry refereed. The line-up: that hold Don't forget the carnt-il neit Wed- nesday. the committee decided to them every two weeks. Won. Lost. Pet. ..6 1 .857 ..6 2 .750 ..4 3 .671 ..2 4 .333 1 S -1B7 1 6 467 The balance of the schedule for the City Bowllnf League is as follows: Peb. vs Giants. Feb. 3--COca Cols vs Dominions. Feb. IB Dominions. Feb. Cola vs Giants. Half Feb. vs Coca Cola. Feb. vs Dominions. Feb. vs Giants. Feb. Cola vs Dominions, Feb. vs Dominions. Feb. Cola vs Giants. The winners of the two halves will play off for the city championship. Each team meets the others once in each half. If any team finds It im- One Hundred and Fifty-Fooi Envelopes in the Contest This Morning Last week one hundred and sii en- velopes were-received in the football competition and they contained a'few' over two hundred entries. This mor- ning the number of envelopes on hand numbers one hundred and fifty-four, and If the same percentage holds out this week a new record will be estab Hshed for The Herald's football com- petition. Undoubtedly the cup ties have had- possible to he present on the dates a deal to the increasini: scheduled they may have the date ot entries, but nevertheless changed by giving notice 'the day pre- this ls a state of to the match. Next week the league will be back Standing of the Won Lost Pet. 3 0 3 o o ,1 000 o 3 .'ooo takes place on Giant Herald Dominions Coca Cola The next game Tuesday night when the Giants and :Ke Herald teams flash. This should be a good came, with lots of excite- ment. at their work and the old sliding mlo will begin to work again. PHONE Ul I f. C. H. L. STANDING Friday Night's Scores Lethbridge 4. Taber 3, at Taber. Coleman 3. Macleod 1, at Coleman. Blairmore 9, Pincher Crselt 2, at Pincher Creek. COLEMAN FAN WAXES SARCASTIC Editor Herald: Coleman, Alberta. January 27, VANCOUVER, Jaa. follow- ng ia the standing of teams in the Pacific Coast Hockey League: Won.LosL Vancouver......... 7 6 Seattle............ 7 6 410 KFTH STREET Victoria Pet. .583 .333 YOUNG GREEN WINS QUEBEC, Jan. Green, Montreal bantamweight, scored a technical knockout over Charlie White here last night. Soldier Legare of Quebec outpoint, ed Leon Badoux of France, and Joe Williams beat Joe Montminy. Smoke HOCKEY 'RESULTS .'-bont Lethbridge goal again am! backcheckiiig grew fiprce and tumble frequent. Taber playod more del'en and soon had lo [ihiy more.' for Da got fenced for four minutes. Aa fi quent dispute.: occurred between t' ofiicials, may remark that none the players fenced by the judge play understood as they claim, wh.- it was. or in a few cases, and th Taber players claim that Davis whn was fenced for nine minutes all told and Blue also, was put off for a pur- pose. Two Lnthbridgc men fenced by the referee understand but even Billy Henderson stated his ignorance why the judge, of play put him off. Certainly (he crowd could not sen why- Davis who was going great guns went off, but it was enough. McE'hen and Fbucher ftfund the nets each. Davis returned and Podger had tho time, .of his life. But the puck wag rushed Boucher scoring again. Leth- hridge play began to look rough, and two penalties resulted. Taber had a man off, and with hot play and no Armstrong, llen "f Ncw Vork in a 10-round bout! minions at the Arena rink last night..itnc A stitcb in time saves a lot of excitement. (Copyright National Mewspaper) (Service.) Dear hockey team have virtually decided to emul- ate the sportsmanlike attitude of the Lethbridge hockey learn in the recent replay. Lethbridge vs Coleman. Lethhridge. which Coleman won to the tune of 6 to 4 In protesting the game. I Arid protest the Blalrmore-Coleman gams ot January 25th, which Blalr- more iron -I to 0, on the following icontentioui points: I let. Cpleman lost, score 4 to 0. 2nd. Barbour dieplayeil B C league ;fnrm, to the disadvantage of Coleman land to tbe material assistance of Blairmore In running up the score. 3rd. roai-tender Tor Cole- tefl today to join the Eskimo? at CcnmVtf Virginia hltndrf t particular tmoktri MDCCIS1N DANCE TONIGHT No public skating. Exhibition of fancy skating and racing between intervals. Dancing from 9.00 till 11.30. 10-P1ECE BRASS MUSIC. General admlsslan BAND ON MONDAY NIGHT Prrane 1849. Tigers 4? Canadians 3 CALGARY, Jan. 25 through a thretvman defense FMmonlon In preference 10 facing an slsted after six minutes of overtime: other bombardment from the Blair- last night. Gordon Fraser. defense man mere sextetto. for the Calgary Tigers, sizzled a shot] 4th. Billy Turner blossoming out past Goalkeeper Childs and thus end-1 as a star and in Irnprpn. ed one of the fastest hockey games defence, which was If not total- ICE RACES POSTPONED Calgary, the Tigers beating the Can-i ly unexpected we at least consider MOUNT CLEMEN'S. Mich. Jan 29. adians to 3. It was a bard checking, i uncalled for -Yesterday's ice races wero postpon- but on the whole clean hockey and i Bth The TOa, fl 'bo.th teams skated for tho GG minutes, th, pons se( too plos, ROPER WINS KALAMAZOO, Mich.. Jan. 27. Capt. Bob Roper of Chicago won tha without a letup. Eskimos 6; 1 gnlhpr in any of the that "Legs" projector! in the general dlrec- t-tf-inf rv-wfnr> i- i n it 'Pr r" i-Tujri. r m 'UK gen EDMONFON, Jan. 2S.-ExperioncG of'thc' was the large factor In giving the i and decision over Bartley Mad-i Eskimos a li to 1 victory over the Do-1 6th. Anil anyway Rhymas was there. more goals. Second time ,-ame, score for Lethbridge. Hot play market! the next period. and fierce backcherUine. Davis caught it again when he was travelling some. Taher crowded like wolves on the vlgitors' nets, and when Rouchr-.r. Mc- Phee and Henderson got away to Tab- er nets they were headed off. though can certainly travel. Me- Parland suddenly Pushing up tho boards took a. slant shot and srorerl. A league of nations was held orr-r this quis and Reardon. forwards; Tucker and Taggart, pubs. goal; Barbour and Turner, defence: Goddard, Gra- ham and Valpravo. forwards; ar.ri Ehvin, pubs. here last night. It was the fa-test heavyweight bout ever staged bore. MORE ABOUT THAT TABF.R-COLEMAN GAME Blairmore, Alberta, Editor Herald: January S7th, 1821 placn remark as was alleged to have Scott been made by a Taber player whilst icnroute to Coleman. interfere and im- ijiregnate a feeling of hatred Into the minds of thf home team towards the visitors. Now, Mr. Editor, surely such remarks are very common wl'.h all teams. I passed During the game Keats, centre 'for "th A Blairmore hen roosting on the Eskimos and Johnny con- tlle fence referring in a loud tone of tre for the Dominions, came to blows cackle to our gonlal Billy Hoggan as and Matz wielded the hickory right "firty Hogan" causing that gentleman lustily on Keats' head and back both to forget that he wan ploying hockey men were ruled on' for the remainder Imagining that he was at home. 8th. Failure on the part of tllG'Spec- talors to present a ..bouquet to Gato. with a card Inscribed "Gates Ajar." He needed one. This claim can be summed an tho game remarks prior to their game as first Taber goal, hut it Being of an cxtremnlv was a clean shot. got Mtive" nature I feel absolutely rom and had to be cranked up. io pass ;l fBW rompliiiinntary apparently all in. But after a i remarks on lhat shilling article in crowding In on Podger so that i. von r Issue uf tho 2.irii re the Taber- oalies appeared Bonehf., got [oilman ff-ml, again with the Taoer defence lined hy and broke the tie, the. score being -3. With ao desire to kick, we nust affirm that the judge of out 'Our Own Co-respondent.' thins! (That phrase of r.port is bcins; participated In goes well with cricket.) Now sir, Thanking The with Blairmore, (f said prior to the i J'V' L-ame. Mr. Ktiitor Now in reference! 1___ to cricket I have not had the priy- ilcgn to witness a professional game ul this kind, but ordinary human ititel- lifrnncn compels me to hfilie.vp- that tin: same amount of open and honest cour- tesy ir, due irrespective of what class of tbe game. Victoria 5; Seattle 3 VICTORIA. Jan out Seattle in the third period and finally drawing two goals ahead. Victoria checked Seattle's mad rush pennant- by defeating the how obnoxiously r.arrow-mlnded a' man must he to let such a common- being partic you, Mr. E Editor. I remain Yours "With a Ncrvoin f. w. THORPB. generally. The excellent condition of the Ice and perfect lighting arrange- ments, together with the absolutely fair and impartial judgment of the referee. A. J. Kelly, helng something MONTREAL REVOLVER entirely unexpected after our recent CRACKS WIN EASILY i experience in Lethbridge, so flaber- Rasled onr team that they were, any- "HERALD" Footbal Competition TOROXTO. Uoyolvur Club marksmen were rom- Toronto jilctely outclassed In the fourth ami where but In t.he game. And we feel, that In bringing up our protest that clause nine should prove final match of tho mail series with the i ono of our strongest points. In fact Montreal A. A. A., the latter winning second In importance only to clause 1 kr W9 to 96S. i (Signed) COLEMAN FAN. PULtS GOVERNtNQ THE COMPE- TITION ARE AS FOLLOWS: 1 Tht competition will be called The Hera Football Competition. 2 Competitors will lie entitled to many enirttl Ihuv tletilre, provided each entry IB accompa by twenty tivv ceoln, and coupons Iu the num- ber o[ entries. 1 Competitors crow out names of the clubs they think w.H and cross out the liames of f they conflider a draw will result 4 Coupling can only securod from IIP Spiting of The Herald. 5 Al' mitnlea received will be re- m prtxea. The amount and r-.umbers of orizea will be published very Monday morning for that week's Ri'S'iiItP of competitions will he- published -rcry Wednesday and Ir smv'fMjefnI competitors wit! mulled Immediately on receipt of bv thp Athlcdc News. fnlrfc? bp or de- In Thp Hern Id before mid- nirht on Fridays A Friday pt.st- mark fmm oulslrtf or'thv cltv LfthhHdfrf wilt a's eontalnlnr n Icrltlmnfe entry 7, The nnme and oddrfH? of thu nicetltnr tniitl tt clearly marked on ch roupon 8 nnt tw used te pay. ent for cntrlfp 9. All entrtfj. miiinl tn the Ed'tor. Fonthnll Thr Lofhhrfdm 10. The Rdltnr'a derision will be flnnl. 11. Emplnyeos of Thp Hertld from tho competition. ENTRY FORM GAMES PLAYED FEB. 5TH, 1921 ENTRIES CLOSE FEB. 4TH MIDNIGHT FIRST DIVISION Bolton vt Bradford City. Bradford vs Tottenham. Burnley vs Aston Villa. Chelsea vs Newcastle. SECOND DIVISION West Ham Leeds. StoeKport VI Hull City. Port Vale Bury. Clapton Or. vs South Shields. THIRD DIVISION Watford vi Swfndon, Reading vs Luton. Portsmouth Plymouth. Mlllwall vs Southend. SCOTTISH LEAGUE Alrdrleonlanj vs Ayr United. Clyde vs Queen's Park. Clydebank vs Dundee. Dumbarton vj Hearts. I enlor the Hermld Frothiill Com petition In with the rules and conditions announce'! above, and neree to. ucr.npt the pub- lished decision as flnal and bindinf. Addrtll ;