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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX TOE iP DAILY HCTAIJ1. SATURDAY; JANUARY si, 1020 '.'BRINGING UP FATHER" G. McManus fM MR O VK LOP 'THE MR OKA ton Ksklmos played a brilliant com- bination gams last night, completely t outclassing tho Calgary Columbus Club, tbe score being 11 to which ia a fair indication ot tho play. Seattle 4, .Victoria 1 VICTORIA. tightened on'.thV letdjr.: ship-of Pacific tpcight by defeating Victoria lora' 6( 4 to ,'J CLON1E; TAIT DEFEATED MINNEAPOLIS, Jarv Delaney, of Cleveland, defeated Clonle Tail, lightweight champion of Canada, In 2 hard-fought 10- round bout tonight BRITTON, GETS DECISION SAVANNAH, Ca., Jan'. Britten, world's welterweight Cham- plon, was g'Tca a referee's decision, over-Jimmy Con way, of Savannah, in. their. 12-roiind bout hero. Britlon had. tbo belter of his opponent at all stages of tho WORLD OF LEAGUE LEAiesmDEFEAll 33-29 Local Sextet Couldn't Be Slop- Hits Net For Six I.one Goal Was Per- iod Was All Lelhbridge. District League Standing Lethbridge Macleod Taber Vinclter Won. 4 1 1 ___ 1 P.C. .500 .250 .250 Greatest Game Ever Staged On Local Basketball Floor League Standing Won. Lost. P.C. Lctbbridge..... 4 0 WOO Raymond 2 1 .667 Masrath........ 0 2 .000 Canlston....... 0 S -000 (By J. S. K.) It was fast, neighbor. U was fast Up till last night tbe Edmonton-Ray- mond game of last spring bad all other exhibitions of basketball backed off into a. corner. But the game last ISptcial to Tlift Herald) TABERl Jan. Lcihurldge iiocSey artists arrived iii town this af- ternoon oh the'4.17 o'clock train, ac- companied by bunch, oC hockey slicks such as made it appear they bad robbed a sporting goods es- tablishment before exit from the lirMge. Among the pleasant faces was that of our old friend Marlon, and liflerthis discovery, exrfipl for hockcy .enthusiasm the towri .remained nuiet vmlli ;'-ftor his departure, owing to his liavlrig been formerly His Honor the rtghl cop in this burg. Old Miy Fos- ter himself could hardly have picked a-more ideal night for the game, was well advertised both in town.nnd without, a banner announc- iiig It having been erected at the most prominent corner and in consequence crowd assembled in Ken the Kame. The local knights ot Iho puck liad got a chance to recover from their recent strenuous activities, and In all. national winter sport, espec- ially as the cloud which had hung over the town all clay had departed along with the bleak north wind, and a soft warm chhiook i-ame up to tickle the faces of the puck-chasm and the fans. Tbo crov.'d was the largest yet, and even the top of the high board fence surrounding tho rink hail Us (iuota of excited sympathizers. At tbat. when- ever Ixslh'brliigc and Taber teams mix there Is sure to be a crowd. The local line-up was Impaired some- what by the absence of Davis, who had ,1 sore throat, lielllveau took his place with P. Malo and Tallirnn as suns, Van .Ormau's arm keeping him out of the Kame altogether. the first period I-ethbrldge had it nil their own way. Three successive goals were shot in the first live or ten minules. Jlarion or'Turrotle would gat away with the disc and rush down upon the Taber goal, whllo the Held Bwepl behind them, anil a massed at- tack overthrew the local defence, and it was all over. It was here that the ono drawback of the local rink came into play, for Price had the time of his Ufa Irving to see the puck as it shot toward him, and tho same thing cropped up when Lcllibrldge faced the- den varietv and basketball with spec j bridge netting 1 massed formation again. period. Taber carried tbe war into the .enemy's territory, Anderson and Carle- written all over it. Tho first game worked everyone u: ton again taking'a hand, arid assuall 1 into a nice pitch of excitement, th after assault was-'made on tho I.etli-] second rook one's breath away an coal the play being around the the crowd were In n frenzied lathe net for some time. At length tho whistle blew for final lime Malo by a slant shot succeeded in netting one-tor Taber. The puck was soon down In Lethbridge territory again and Sutherland was kept busy, but managed to keep 'em out princip- ally with his irids and after a period of fast play Turcotte got away again and-Lethbridge netted another. The plav swept back and forth again and again but In spite of all attempts to get in on tho ends neither side could obtain any lasting advantage and the gong rang with tha scoro 7 to 1 In favor of the visitors. Of'the LetU- bridge quota Iho first four goals were scored by Turcotte the fifth by Hen- derson and the rest by Turcotte. The line-up: Lelhbridge. Position Tnber. Sutherland Goal Price Marlon Point Carloton Boucher Cover Anderson TurcoUo Centre Dlue Iteber- W. Belliveau 3. Henderson Right W. L. Malo C Henderson Subs Tallman P. Malo ran. Judge of Goal Backus, J. Rlppon. Highbred s any man might be proud ot. His short horns and his "Y" string. Kor a dyed-in-the-Tfool enthusiast you got to'hand U to Steed. He has sorked these boyi a fine fettled finished team. ast as usual last night, ho was cor- ici close, and a hard body cheek-at he zero point (If he were a thermom- tcr) took a lot ot his usual pep out f him. But ha worries them-the old ascal. Quo of tho best natured guys Ye ever saw. George Young the Lelhbridge young- tcr is as consistent a shooter ave yet seen, pastimlng on the floor. He converts foul throws with an ease that makes it like Getting a bonus check from your insurance com- What proves to us that bolh teams teaming It for all tbo game al- .ows.Is the .It lakes time and tho know. He kno'ivs and ho certainly has been, un- stinted with his time. A- real Kport for sport's refreshing, In these days In whlch'we live. They wear less clothes lhan ire do curling, much less, in fact Salomee has six veils to the good on tho young- sters, shs hsd seven, so they say. It's hot work, and the spectators don't freeze In that gallery. This bnnch ot HI boy rooters are there with the original the nicknames, Liz, Slim, Cheese, Cow, etc, etc., can yon beat it, Liz bet Slim two bits on Lethbrldge doubled It to four bits in the second naif and now says, me for a coca cola jag. youngster can and. given any 'were no go getter workeaV their leads off for the its Intensified speed'showetl For instance, Young had fi Geo. McKlllo.. Fairbanks two cacniltValker Kane ,ne eacb. That listens fo the ordinary gny as It playing jaw gnrrie with nil the Vn. That kind of ti Let George do .it.' ...Well they did !ou'r field baskets'apiece. I ip hadTtliree, their L'lne Item up: Kiltie, Fulton, George, Irish, and Perc, Just about as fine a looking q.uintet as you would want to thletes par excellence every, one NEW Jan. SteehcrV of Nebraska, tbnljht won the heavyweight wrestling cham- pionship at catch as by defeating Earl Caddock, of Iowa, with a body scissors and arm lock after more than two hours of wrestling. Eddie Joe Flenrteln CITY TAXI SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Country Trips a Specialty Phone 1856, Office 404 3rd Ave, S., Lethbridge, Alberta. Rlrle In a MeLaughlln Special, H costs no more. slratlon of speed, speed and still more a little of Steed ini.icd in for good measure. And lest we forget, tie referee, Cheeseman, handled both games in a manner that left nothing to bo desired. Absolutely impartial with -a thorough knowledge of the game, he kept It in hand at all times.. Some job. ho has to travel a bit himself. Good work old chnp.. OTT AUTO LIVERY Special Service on Country Trips Phones 7S7 Residence 1214 Coach eel tbo show! samo bunch of isn't the same V ''tnaae'.-ylt's the ft r ay are fifty Flyweight Championship of the World Will Be At Stake TOLEDO, 0., 'Jon. Ad. Thatcher returns from Milwaukee late lotlay or tonight, he will begin imme- 33, Raymourt 29. four points difference and at all stages It was just tbat close. It would bo bard to say one team was really better tbau the other, they are not, they are as about as evenly matched as two teams of five men could be. But the Leth- briilgo Stcei speedsters showed in flashes a finish that classes them as by far the fastest aggregation that over represented I.etbbrliigc in basket- ball circles. in the first five minutes of play they uncorked a spurt of about three field baskets, netted by I'crc Invin, which were polished work. They fairly shone out I'u the lustre of their linish. At this stage it looked like as if It was going to be us easy as a Frenchie short changing a Doughboy. But give those Raymond guys credit had seen baskets pulled fast before, and they never quit, they wad- ed in and Jleldrum flipped in two and netted his fouls consistently. Tho Sugar Beet bovg, did not recognize their old friends at first, they moved so test, got down to close covering when they saw they had io pull in their belts, and'feed themselves more gas. it was in tho first half that Leth bridge copped. Scoring eight field has tots against Raymond's five, each team getting away with three fouls apiece thought with the score 13 ic 19 in favor of Lethbridge finishing th first half, that the "Y" boys condition would tell for them in the last porloJ And their condition and training stooi them in good stead, at that, but no for' the purpose we had expected They needed thd old wind and condl ion to stick to those fast travcllin Raymond boos. Raymond was fastc In tho