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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta JJfTHBRaXJH OAILT FRIDAY, JANUARY "BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. Me Manual tVC COT AN Ipr OF IN THEeJWORtD. OF Jimmy Wilde Kayoes Mike Ertle in Third MILWAUKEE, IVis.. Jan. SJ iiraniy Wilde, flyweight champion! upier of Kiiglaud. knocked'oul Mikef Krlle, oC St. Paul, early jti the third round of a scheduled .10-round bouli tonight. The that stopped Krtle was a Tight-liaiided bluw 10 the jaw which i followed a straight left lo the face. Wilde .was the first land iu the opening session, lie peppered away, several JcftE. Krtle got in some KOOd right and left blows to the head rind body, but this apparently did Bother the Englishman. In tho second round scored with right anil left blows to the head and tody at and leaped away from anything dangerous offered by Krtle. The round ended with Wilde having much the istvantage. j The Englishman waded in at a fasti clip as the third round opened, offer-1 ing rights and lefts to the head nnd body without damaging returns fciid at the eno" of about a minute in the final round, WiWe caught the St. Panl man with a sliff right to '.he jaw: Er- tie's hands dropped lo his sirto and a Second latei- lie reeled, fell' to the cauvas and was counted out. Football Standings in Old Country The following are the Old Country League standings to date: English Division P. W. L-. D. F. A. P. 25 19" C 0 74 33 38 27 12 26 15 27 11 26 12 28 1" 10 28 H 25 1 5ferlhrrTown ..25 Sristol Hovers 24 Newport County. 25 Brighton H It. A. 26 L-uton Town 23 Northampton 25 Gilllnsham 24 West Uurnley IJolton Wand's Newcastle Un. 'Chelsea...... City Aston Liverpool IJradford Kvertou........ 25 Arsenal........ 25 9 10 26 11 10 24 'J S 40 39 2 4S 36 02 S 47 40 C SI t', 37 31 "9 -1C 2S JIMMY WILDE d 9 10 30 3C 22 G 10 S 30 48 20 S 14 3 !9 40 13 13 7 31 40 10 7 12 4 29 42 IS G 13 7 88 6G 17 3 17 4 16 51 10 Scottish League P. IV. L. D. P. A. P. Hangers......25 20 Celtic......... 25 1G Molherwell 26 13 Dundee Alrdrieonfans Ayr United Morion Hibernians i'artick Thistle. 14 8 26 11 7 27 12 10 25 11 S 2S 12 31 25 10 9 1 4 73 13 44 2 7 50 22 33 0 7 42 35 33 8 4 53 3S 32 S 33 23 30 B 52 41 29 There ought to bt the kind of a crowd at the "Y" cym tonight vvhen the Raymond nnd Lethbrldge baskefeers clash in their first engagement cf the season. Both teams have defeat- ed the other teams in the league but have not met Both aro bat- ting I.OCO psr cenL to date. To- night one or the other will go down to defeat, and Coach Steed feels certain that the bitter dregs will not be tasted by his crew of locsl boys. That the team: are evenly matched Ts shown by the fact that both have defeated Cardston and Magrath by about th? same margin. So it should be a ding- dong battle.' The Lethbridje boys will line- up as follows: Kane and Bonnell, guards; Percy Irwln, centra; Me- Klllop and Young, forwards. Prior to the senior game th6 second team will engage the boys from the Sugar City, and .that, too, will be a scrap worth see- Ing. There are no counter-attractions tonight. Make up your mind right now to be there. 3 46 49 27 f, 3-1 34 20 Central and Fleetwood hockey sei lets clashed -last night for the first tinio in years, with the result thai Central was forced lo accept tho short end ot a .1 lo 1 score. Tho game was fast anil clean and tliere are several, promising young sters on the line-ups. Wadell was the star of tho Central crew, saving his team from a terrible drubbing by re ceiving them from all angles and al ways turning them aside. Tho first period went scoreless with ino3l of the play In mid-Ice. In .lie second frame. Miles broke away 11 11 4 41 43 26 3 45 41 2! 5 41 32 i; Kllnurnock Clydcbank Queen's Park Dumbarton Aberdeen SI. Mlrren Sheffield Notts County Middtcsboro Perby County -Jlan. United Jlradford City Preston N. B. lllackburn H. Sheffield Wed. 27 it) 12 25 S 9 26- 9 U 20 S It Oldham Athletic 24 9 7 12 5 13 6 12 G 14 a ii Third Lanark Clyde 7 40 3C 25 Falklrlf .......28 7 251 Haith Rovers 28 9 40 23 Albion Itovers 20 5 43 4S 25 Hamilton Acads. 2o 3 45 47 24 6 SS 40 21 7 yj 23 8 32 29 22 7 40 48 21 5 30 68 II S 36 57 20 0 22 39 IS 2 20 46 IS Engilih Division P. V. D. V. A. P. -Tottenham. H. 25 20 2 3 71 19 43 Huddcrstleld T.. 25 15 G C 50 21 35 Hirmlngliain Blackpool.....'X 14 West Ham Un. 25 12 5 47 21 SJ 6 .18 23 31 37 31 13 21 10 10 9 10 7 9 S 10 9 13 7 11 7 13 7 15 S 10 7 15 u 17 3 38 6G 25 4 44 36 21 0 41 45 21 10 38 41 24 5 3S 53 23 8 40 22 G 36 48 20 6 32 50 20 4 50 GS 20 3 31 SS 13 LONDON, Jan. Canadian Country football results Northern Union Bradford Northern, 10; St. Helen's Ilccrealion, 18. Leigh, 7; IJarotv, fj. liramloy, 3; Hunslol, 13. CANADIANS MAY TRY FOR AMERICA CUP NEXT NEW YORK, .Ian. good deal of Interest lias been among L'lL ARTHAH Thursday's dispatches stated that Jack Johnson wanted, lo come back to Chicago and. himself up, EO that he.could clea'r'biaisclf of Mann Act white slavery charges ami thei meet jack Dempsey, JtOUNT CLEMENS, Mich., Jan. 30 weather conditions were again on lap for the Clintouview Ice trol and another fine crowd was out to sc the spirited racing .'.yesterday. Po1 rick Toild ritled favorite In the 3.3 trot, selling for to for thj and opened tho scoring column with fieltj. The son oi Jim Todd mad one for Fleelwood. The Cenlrals went (good, winning the necessary two heat out to change things in tho last spasm j Just in Itmo to ward oft Lollta, win with Iho result that Perdu beat Pulley csrae with a rush after a bad stnrt i with a long shot. GHEespio put. second heat. Lolita trotted wood in the iead when he ed liis way past the defense and put p. fast one in the comer of the net. Coffny duplicated shortly afterwards. From then until the bell, Central press- ed Hcetwood hard, but tho defense of the South Knd boys held firm and tho game ended with Fleutwood staging a farewell rush. Vivian Leech handled the bell like Wagliorne in bla palmy days. The line-up: Central, Fleetwood. Wftdell.. Steele..... Uurklt..... Rose...... Perdu... .Goal Def.... .U. Dcf. L, Wing Centre lionncll..........II. Wing Pulley ...Colfny ___Miles .Henry Glllespie .....Grier CLINTONVIEW ICE RACES from tho bunch In tho final heal snatching second .money from Silcn T. Every heal was a race in Iho 2.2 pace, Cleta I'atchen winning after battle royal with her slablemate, D B. J. Summary. 2.30 Trot, Purse Patrick Toild, oiltn, second Silent T., ihird. Davenport and 'liar ouess Frisco, also ran. Best time 2.21K. 2.20 Pace, Puree Cleta Paichen, won; D. D. J., sec ond; Mary Viola, llilrd. Slar ot Rlcl mond, Billy llrooks, TriJie G., an liomaln, also ran. liest lime, 2.17. BRITISHER LOOKS OVER U.S. POLO SITUATION Y01SK. Jan. Brigadier- Oer.eral I'. D. Fitzgerald, British army Capt. George Porter of the LA. A.A. rink committee has taken a big talk. The rink it sev- eral dollars in the hole on the leason's preparations, thanks to the vagaries of the weather man who blew either too hot or too cold. So now it is necessary to put on something to pull even, and Capt, Porter IB getting a commit- tee, together to put on a big car- nival stunt for one or two nights next week when everything in Ice tport from a masquerade ear- nival to speed skating will be dished up for the amusement cf the people of Lethbrldge. And the committee wants everybody In Lethbrldge to get behind the plan. There ts no money In the operations of the rink for anybody. It was built out of your rnoney, for your convenience, and it is hoped that you will help to make the affair a success by attending. The program will cover two nights, with R masquerade one night and: an old-fashioned moc- the next. Speed races be .rung. In. and a cracker- jack hockey match or two provid- ed. Just'keep this In mind and don't make any dates for next week till you hear the decile. CURLING for Tonight Peat ve. Stewart Alrd VB. Slmpsoii Kcld vs. U. A. Orawtord A. Crawford Macleod JlcKenilo vs. Scott I McNVob -it, Hamilton Ktrkham Pox V Marrs vs. Ditlf (ES1.1. Boyd vs. Skelth Jobnson vs. Hockey Results Wl.N'XIPKO, Jan. were eliminated from. Senior Hockey vhcii they went down Id a C to 3 de cat ill llio hands ot Winnipeg. The oscrs were outclassed. Eddie Berber Joe FlentUU CITY TAXI SERVICE DAY. AND NIGHT Country Trips a Specialty Phone Office .409 3rd Avt. S., Lethbridge, Albert.. Ride In a McLaughlln Special, It no more.' OTT AUTO UVERY j Special Service on Country Trips Phones 787 Residence 1210 Locals Equal to Famous Taber Chefs at Their Best Says Chefs' Old Trainer Arej Championship Material And! .Should Get Solid Backing Of] Every Sport Fan in the City. "These birds are playing Jnst as good hockey right now as the famous Taber Chefs did when they were at tho height of their glory." Charlie Ramsay, trainer ot the brldgo District League hockey team, made that statement to tttp Herald aftc-r tho' PIncher Creek game the other night and meant It Charlie was trainer of the Chefs and he has trained-many other winning aggrega- tions of one kind or another in Ills day so he should know what ho Is talking about. The Lelhbridge hockey team goes to Taber tonight If they win there they "will have annexed four wins in the district league out