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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta BUNGING UP FATHER THE T.h'i HSKATJ) MONDAY, JANUARY By C. HcHanus we DO i HKLLO- OR. WITH? WILL, TOO COMB WE CATER FOR BANQUETS PARTIES LODGES OUR DINING-nOOM AND OUR FACILITIES ENABLE US TO GIVE A SERVICt THAT WILL PLEASE. THE SILVER GRILL L01BKIME MEETS BLAIRMORE HERE ON WEDNESDAY; CRITICAL WEEK FOR THE CROW LEAGUE nit SPIRTING Will Be Best Game of on Home Crowd of Fans Expected Need All Seating Accom- to Bring Crowd. CURLING This weak will decide whether Blairmore er LethbrJdge are going to tight it out for the champion- ship of the Crews Nest Hockey League, Cole, mart has equal change with Lethbridge of net- ting n change to cop the pennant. So far as Lethbritlne anH Coleman are concerned the protested game is the crux. Wednesday nlpht Blairmore will come to Lethbridge and fans can be assured of the best cf this season on home ice. Btairmere will bring a big bunch of followers and arrangements are being made for" increased seating accommodation at the rink. So be on hand Wedneeday night and bring your friends. Should Lethbridnc win this game it will be a big feather In their hit anri will tighten up race for first place. Co I em an li sure to win iti gamp with Pin- cher, unless something unucvul happens. Should by any chance Pincher win the on Tuesday njjjht, then Lethbridne will be In much betteV position ind Blair- more will have a tighter hold on the league 10 far as Coleman it concerned. A win for Pincher on Tue'-c'ay will mean that the Cole- man team is falling off in its sup- eriority. Tak'nrj the'-- facts into view LtihbKcJne fino will see their team needs all the backing it can get on Wedne-day night. Leth- mu-t win this game. It wIM not be an affair and your voice will .be needed to qive the encouragement. There Is a player on the Lethbridqe twm buLwhe a blfl following and much to them, In Good Shape True the b.oys have been keep- Ing In nocd fihnne. i- Hug great guns. Duke Henderson right on the job and Wa ker will chow better form. Billy Hen- dtrron has recovered from his temporary Illness and is back as large as life. In regard to McFee Rsbar, thers is certainly noth- ing the matter with them. Taking the local te-im ar a whole they present the public as fine an apfreratian of young athletes as one could want to FCC. So come out five hundred strong Wednesday night and help the boya along. They cannot afford to lose this name. A statesman who wore a silk lid j Passed a snow pile wnere children j were Whizz, Whosh. blng, and Spush, sam, boff and smash- Not a wild throw was made by one _____ _________ j kid! Wirh ideal curling weather, the two J now competitions are progressing t DOSS of a hotel rapidly to tha fours. The draws for! (feat all the young players lonight and Tuesday: Tonight J. Aird Vs Simpson. McNabb vs Hamilton. Shepherd vs Scott. Kirkham vs McKenzie. Tuesday VETERANS CINCH LOCAL HOCKEY LEAGUE CUP; DEFEAT COALHURST 7-3 DOUiUi HEADER IN TKi IpWLINQ LEAGUE well- But the way that they ats Made him open the fjatdt, With an offer of transfers to Featt vs Marrs. Nelson vs Carberry. CrswJord vs Stewart. Clark vs Alrd or Simpson. i The lady curlers were in action on Saturciny for the first time-thU year. Said the pitcher: "I sneer at the batter With the bates full? That doesn't matter And he shot in a curve That had vigor and verve And the ball? Was reduced to a tatter! I There will be a play down of rinks j knocked put of the open events up to j i the fours. This wil! likely commence i Thunday. s There are 12 to 15 entries slready! ifor the "Wright Shield" city chum-1 plonship. The preliminary draws will j be played this week. Get your rinks lined up at The Colts competition i> run at th.e time for green men. I Who are the two rtnks that will In- vade Macleort on Saturday- in quest of the Camillas cup? Some of tha i skips who were unable to go to For- i nie can serve the club in this way. There is somo talk of holding a i small spiel in Lethbrfctge in February i lor Tuber, Alacleod and Carnmngay with about ID rinks, events, one double rink ubout three days' fun. What say? i8 Win Over Coalhurst Gives Them More Games to Play in not Lost Any This Scor- ed Four and McLeod Stan. CITY HOCKEY LEAGUE STANDING will be a double-head- er in .the .city bowling league at .the .Dominion .alleys tomor- row night.' On account of the big hockey match on Wednes- day, the game for that night wlU bo .rolled on Tuesday night. The Jitst. gams, between tho Gianti and Herald will start i sharp at 7. o'clock, and the Coca Cola TS. Dominions game will IM nIMd immediately after. By defeating Coalhnrst on Sunday aftfrmoon the Veterans won tho cup in the City Hockey Ceague. The score at Coaihnrst was seven to three for the Veterans and this meins three wins without a. loss. Two more games remain to be played in the league. The Mountics will meet the >ts and they will also meet Coal- hurst. The the Mountien can do to end the league with a standing Sixty-Five Dollars Will Be Div ided for Contest Closing Next Saturday HOCKEY RESULTS of five hundred, while one defeat for the Veterans will give the Vets itandlng of .750. OTTAWA 2, HAMILTON 1. HAMILTON, Ont., Jan. ton and Ottawa battled at top speed Reher was the star of the Veterans resterdar. He displayed his old time !orm and was credited with scoring four of the goals. Taking the game an a whole, the Veterans were not In much danger after the first period. >r I last night in the fastest hockey game witnessed here, the Senators com lug out Tictorious by a score of 3 to after being on the defensive moil of tha time. CANAOIENS 4; ST. PATS 2 MONTREAL, Jan. their third victory In the second halt of the not strike their pace uitil the second regorted. thin j when Coalbunt'dld not hive much In spite of all the Laudlaes show in creation." Wait tUl the big Burden Wa8 the mM which ended with a score of two to! N. H. L. schedule which started Jail nothing against them. Vets did Wednesday, the Canadiens defeated Judge starts In on him! Tie melancholy days have The saddeit of tha You tramp the' snow in far-off dens. And find they're out of beer. Whatever Babe Ruth does, he does hiB "oul. When E! Bow Island Invaders Win> One i Game But Pick-up Rink Saves Day u. en three open Babe itrlkea out ha spins around with as much force, flre, and fury as he does when he a homer! Hiln to Trouble. The Sultan. Judge Landia. Any umpire. All referees. Any camel. Kid Gleasou. The Chief of Police of Atlantic City announces that he will have a cluster of girl copa next summer, and adds Jan. A biographer of the poet Milton, in reference to tho words. "Sing, heavenly Bays that Milton has been charger] with prophesyiuj; that lie would do great things, but that the answer is that he did them. A like case occurred here yesterday, when G. C. Poster, fainouf in connection with the Barnwell jas wells, and whose motor kicked him St. Patricks of Toronto Saturday night to 2. In the first period Cleghorn and home team. He played In centre posi- tion and was a first class man. He was responsible for the two-nothing ending of the first period. McLeod, playing right wing for Coalhurst put up an excellent game. Harry Paul, playing centre for the Veterans worked well. He had plenty of speed and used his stick to good ad- vantage. Playing with Heber and Billy Henderson on the forward line he went to make up a speedy forward, i Fred Henderson and Marlon held down the defence positions with Parker in goal. Parker waa will guarded br these men. The players were: Parker; defence, Marian and Paul' left wing, Reberj right wing, Billy Henderson, defence Billiard and Crowdis; centre, Burden; Lalonde went to the ice in a fiat fight and both drew a major penelty. that "they will be clothed in author-, w'nj, L. McLeod; left wing, Fur- Ity." If that's all, we'll book transpor-1 long, tatlon to the New Jersey burg blamed early. A maiden who dressed in batik Was aware that she looked like a "Yea, my she "Say, I've wheels In my And a blush mounted up to her chik! They are trying to make auto races safc and The first time they lust summer, piloted a few Bow Islan- g .an auto r'ce wnere every- uers into town, anil announced that a KieS so there's no chance KNOX JUNIORS AT TABER TONIGHT f t, rink from Bow Island hart come down for to killed, they'll have -Vto beat the daylights out of the Taber eleven DaW admissions around I curlers. me the speedway. Lut! 'la.wigius out or tne '1'aber A curlers. Foster and his sideklcker actually sat down in the Ford garage, and discussed Can you imagine what would have happened to the crook who might ter suggesting that they'take the" cunt have trled to gel Uncle Aneon, Mike Brut, and the game after, but on repair- Buck EwlnS' Charles Rad- whether they would have the Magrath or Trues-Woou. Fos- Tne Knox team is still on the page. Tonight they are going In inE-to Bob Anderson's., in whose care lock horns with the Taber sextet nre' that Phony individual saicl.j The eastern boys have a good team. 'No enrae. trophy." Bob Patterson giving the seniors quite a run awhile was steering the .conspirators but dropping a game to Medicine last night, and it is believed Hat last week. The locals still have lhat ollt contempt for brother the victory at Pincher in their minds he sicked them on to Bro. bat back farther than that they have of the Rnxall store. Hearing of the memory of a dofeat ailniinia-1tb6 hockey game, they said, "to by the Taberites last season. Hle with curling hut bourne to throw a ball-game? Taber has a line-tip on which then it plenty of weight, it has been nois ed around that they outweigh the In call about ten pounds to a man. which will give them no mean advantage. Kerr, a member of last season's junior Rotes will be in a uniform along with Malo and Cirr ought to keep the locals guessing. The Knox boys will, travel with thalr regular line-up: Leech, FraMc. Bang, Rose, Morrison, Forko, Iluttou Capt. oteenway. wiio is just Betting back to nnrnisl after the Kuox-Plncher game. Mme off at last today, Bro. !tos" lleras absent it Is supposed, look- .Human Targets. Armenians. Halfbacks. Whiskey-runners. Catchers. Bill Tell's kid. Bill Bryan. norebreda. Islands A rich man who etrs bequeathed a mmm Russell Wheeler of M. A. A. A. Wins First Trial at Montreal MONTREAL, Jan. flrtt final In the big skating wai run off this afternoon when Russell Wheeler of M. A. A. A. brought home the bacon. He led the way to a classy field. Gorman, of at. John, N. B., and Billy Murphy, racing neck and neck for the place position, the blus nose, In a last desperate lunge, taking the money. In the seventh and eighth heats of the 320 yards, Gorman of St. John, copped the kudos, Ruwell Wheeler of M. A. A. A. was second, and Alf Murphy third. Time, 20 seconds flat. The eighth bout waa run off la a sloppy manner and won by about five yards by Goodman of Winnipeg, 21 3-4. Dili Murphy was second and Joe Moore of New York, third. Tho final of the 220 yards was won In a Curling Has Stopped for While close finish by Russell Wheeler of Takes its !n 21 "at. Gorman Fifty-two dollars was divided prize money last week in the football competition and this it i to sixty-five. Such vt'aa the increast i in the number of (iiitr'es for the con I test that closed on Saturday. Nexl Saturday's results will carry the Saturday's football results were c surprise to many. The result in tha contest ia that the dopo was thrown out and many bad recorded Luton was thu Htirprfso packet of tlu week .winning itu game four to noth- ing. Practically everyone'gave Luton a loss. Now the big money is going In tiiis competition so get in while it is go- ing. Every new contestant means a increase in the prize money and if yir: bring in two or three of your friend it is making money for yourself, i.f Public faror i> strongly behind the win T0" have just as good a Lethbrldge hockey team this year. The chance as any other contestant, attendance at the games recently show Don't forget twenty-five cents that and now the offer of tho Stacey accompany your entry, which must FOR NEW SEATS Additional Accommodation Will Be Erected at Rink for 1 Wednesday Uimber Company to supply all the lumber needed to put up additional teats at the rink for Wednesday gama proves this without a in The Herald rffflre hy the first next Saturday morning. TYMAN AND SUMMERS DRAW MONTREAL, Jiln. Ty- mau of Philadelphia ruui ICddie Sum- mers, of New York, fought 10 rounds to a draw here Sar urday night. Willie Herman, doubt. The action of the lumber company is to be greatly commended. Addit- ional seating accommodation will most certainly be needed Wednesday night ind this company has solvM a ques-1 lightweight, gained mi even break Jon that has caused considerable with Pierde of Syracuse in lety among the team and rink officials.' 10-round bout.______ _________ The present.seat! will be moved to the east end of that side of the ind the new seats will be extendcd'the remainder of the distance. So Wed- nesday night get OB the Job early and get a seat. PHCNe Ml NEW SWIMMING RECORD ADELAIDE, Attitralia, Jan. Warren Kealoha, the Hawaiian swim- ming star, broki the record or tha lot metre event here today, making distance In 52 1-5 seconds. Smoke 410 "IPTH 8TRE6T ABUndof Import- Virginia Ltaf BAND TONIGHT BEST OF ICE Skitlng from 8.00 till Admlnlon 35c and 25c. Skating Tomorrow Night 8.00 till 10.00. Place the of st Jobn was second and Bill Mur- phy of New York, third. The 440-Yard Final. 1. Russell Wheeler, 91. A. A. A. 2. Charles Jewstraw, Lake Placid 3. Charles Gorman, St. John, N.B. (Special to The FERNIE, Jan. that curlars are taking a. rest here, I he Time: -10 1-6. hockey players are occupying the ice; Half Mile, Boys Under Thirietn. stage and gave the spectators at the skating rink last night full value for their admission money, A matched same between the local 1- hockey players and a team from Waldo waa played and turned out to The rink from the bush league ballplayer. What on earth Included Messrs.! he do with the fork? died in Mass.ichus- L knife and fork to a of "10 and most Brown, Reid, Hands and Lake, the op- posing set of movie artists being Messrs. White, Laird Rede! and Can- non. When tne smoke cleared away, I it was found that the Islanders had emulated Milton, beating the curlers by a record of 17-11. Coming on top! of the hookey game, it Is a harj blow (Copyright National NCT Service.} 'spaper WINNIPEG CATCHER KILLED WINNIPEG, Jan. 31.-word ias to the and there has been received in the city to the elect a general rush for "Gates Ajar" catcher of last Joyable games ever played on Fernie Ice. The line-up was as follows: Coulton........ Klrkpatrick----- M. Commons.. Dlcken......... Bilson......... J. Commons... C-sai Uef. Def. Waldi .......Wilde .Anderson .......Sharp R. W.....Peterson C. L. C. Subs: T. Wilson, L. .......Rosa .......Hume Paul. Carl Parody, Luke Placid. 2. Walter Chipchase, Montreal; only two entries. 220-Yard Final. 1. R. Wheeler, Montreal. 2. German, St. John. 3. Murphy, New York. Time, 21 seconds. Final Half Mile. 1 Ai Lelth, Lake Placid. 2. Charles Gorman. St. John, N.B. X. Joe Moore, New York. Time 4-6. Final 220 Yards Hurdles. Mike Goodman, Winnipeg. 2. B. C. Stephenson, Toronto. (Only two entries.) 29 i-5 seconds. I 3, i 1. 'HANK HOCKEY MIDGETS BEATEN BY BLAIRMORE1 wreaths. An uptown supper waa held "ear's Winnipeg Maroons, was killed gets In .in auto accident at Chicago on be a Madura was driving a taxi afterward. When Jack Ross around, it is feared will row. Wc'rn saved. Jack Ross came up town, and Bnthernd a rink nmposed of Bllllgmeier, and Lano, a.ml heat tho During the first period Bishop Wil- son scored twice for Pernte, and ROBB j scored once for Waldo. In the second I MACLEOD CURLERS WIN FROM PINCHER CREEK whcn ho was hit by n street car and i mado lwo more killed. ncl MACLEOD, Jan. throw- of Fernie, added another erg Journeyed to Pincher Creek early for the home team. Waldo failed to last week and wore successful in de- get the puck into the net. "HERALD" Football Compeiiticn THIS WEEK RULES GOVERNING THE COMPE- TITION ARE AS FOLLOWS: Frank line- femling their home by a played n return match and after a very busy time of sweeping had a score that was one behind Maclood, thus leaving the cup In Macleod. The hockey boys are delighted over their trip to Coleman. It was a clean, ttrslght game, only one fault to find, that wn the score, waa on tha wrong L competition wiil be called Hita': Football Competition. 8. Competitors will bo entitled to an many entries at they dvgirc, provided cuclv entry IB -led by twenty- live centn, and coupon! to the Bum' ber of entrlu. I Competitors muni cross out tha of clubs they think n II and croM out tho names of hotli if they a u'ruw will rt'yiiiL ;4 curl only be secured Irom the Bpc tine. Tape of The Herald. ft AI' tmmies will be turned in The amount and numttera nf prlie.1 will be published overy Uontily morning for that vfeek'a imnl-fl of he published prery Wednesday and cheques to purrpnnrul will he mailed Immcflljitftly on receipt of br the Ath'clSc News, G ftntrlep mtiKt he posted or rto- llverftd to The Herald before mtd- nlrht on A Friday poat- nirV from Dilntu ntitfllrle of the city f T.pthltrMse will he ronjtMered as 7. The name r.nd nddreiw of eomjjetttnr must be clenrly marked on earh coupon I. Stamp? rmtat niA used aa pay- ment for entries 9. AH entries mnm tn Ed'tor. Fiwitlmll Competition. The 10. Thn flportlnt; Editor's decision will be 11. of Ttie Reran m ENTRY FORM GAMES PLAYED FEB. STH, 192 ENTRIES CLOSE FEB. 4TH MIDNIGHT FIRST DIVISION Bolton vs Bradford City. Bradford vs Tottenham. Burnley ,vs Aston Villa. Chelsea "s Newcastle. SECOND DIVISION West Ham Stoekport vs Hull City. Port Vale vs Bury. Clapton Or. vi South THIRD DIVISION Watford vs Swinden. Reading vs Luton. Portsmouth vs Plymouth. Millwsll vt Southend. SCOTTISH LEAGUE Alrdrleonijns vs Ayr United. Clyde vi duecn's Clyriebank vi Dundee. Dumbarton vs Hearts. 1 enter the Herald FVotbnM Com petition In accordance with the rules and conditions announce'! above, and agree to accept tho pub llshcd decision as final and locally binding. AddrfcSS ;