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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE BRINGING UP FATHER THK IJSTHHKUJUIS w TUKSDAY. MAHCH 1, WO, r'K if By t McManus I -.N't! I-WANT-TOO TO c.o I O A. AND OOV i A K WELt-'VL C.OT Tut NOW TO DO I-IT-FLU f CANNOT OE TOO TO OTfPPINci CM II" I .-.__._ VI 1 r-v I J OREVb WHIUE _ JL p'yl DOUBTFUL IF ICE WILL COME IN TIME TO PLAY OFF FOR THE PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIP Crow's League May Not Be Offi- cials Do Not Expect Ice This Journu! Cup May Remain in Lelhbridge. A VARIETY OF, FOODS i (u sulijfr ihe kctn ajfMtito tempt tho poor appetite. You'll alwayi leave feeling; tad satisfied. SILVER GRIll NONSENSE RHYMES In nlil .Madrid Tin-re lives a kid. I'nhappy. Uu'l'less youth For circumstance 1'orbids the chance For him to see Babe Huth: HOCKEY RESULTS the pug- with soul of t-uurtfl it entirely but hiH''-. Sam Rlce can tie ridges built behind the bases at i Washington, with the basemen com-' these i unhindered? Trum the first game. The winnet of i tlie intermediate O.H.A. champion-i sliip will meet the X.O.H.A. m-rs at ihe Toronto arena March iu a suuden death gumc. and the uers of that game will meet tlie! senior O.FI.A. champions at the areua I -March 10 and li. The Quebec H.A.I or to The flerald lief ore i nltM on Fridays. A Friday p insir'K frotri jioints outslda of Hip nr 'i -i-ifi'iirJumi lAii! iif> Luiiriii.'i ni a. kgitlTnatft nntrj'. H. The naitift rmd arlflrrss rompetltor rnuBt clearly inarlvprJ etch coupon. 9. SU-Mips mnsf. ii'iL lie usctj nitnt for entries. Id. Ali entries must Editor, Football Cumpetitiun. HrrtM. 11. Sporting ICdiiui''.-; will final. 12. Em ploy MM of Tlie birred from competition. ENTRYFORM GAMES PLAYED MARCH 5TH. 4TH ROUND ENGLISH CUP Everton vs. Wolverhampton. Tottenham vs. Aston Villa. Hull vs. Preston N. E. FIRST DIVISION Bo'ton vs. Eurnlcy. Derby vs. Sheffield United. Hudderrfietd VE. Liverpool. Manchicter C. vs. Oldham. Middlctboro vs. Newcastle. 1 oECOND DIVISION 1 Birmingham vs. Bury. Coventry vs. Stoc'cocrt. i Fulham West Ham v-. City. THIRD DIVISION t Luton vs. Mcrttiyr. Norwich vs. Queens Park vs. Reading vs. Nor If you take it out, the prohibition officials will get you; if you hide it the library she will find it; if you conceal it In tbe cellar, the meter reader will get it; so what's the use? What's the use? "We were feeling good, and werei Tht Kdmoiuon Journal has announ- ced that arrangements are being made iu bring to Kdmonton some crack eastern hockey teams to meat ilie Eskimos. This is a result of tbe split In the Big Four ranks. The ar- ticle reads 'Although it almost a certainty that there will ]je no further hockey 'games between Calgary and Edmon- ton teams this season, following the meeting at Calgary yesterday, whei the Bir ah- Pour circuit went up in the higher tliangt kit.e, arrangements are underway wTlh a view to bringing .in good teams from tbe east to meet the Eskimos. There Is a chance that so loud we never says the'Sfurvivor of an auto party, hit by a railroad train. Com- ments and sympathy are alike wasted. Wby Not? not propitiate the movie cens- ors by having all t'ilniH represent the Iriiimnh of honesty and virtue in each reel instead of only tlie finale? Why th I breach will take a long time to heard the heal, and it may mean, that the Big Four is permanently out of commis- sion Besides working a hardship on ihe fans in both cities, the fact that a champion has not been declared will in all probability affect Saskatche- wan, as the winners in that province not have the suliemins plotter foiled The t me an eir- t, 1 defeat thi bandits' IvDd-thb "'agUe will have the whole-hearted support flKiired on a series with title holders in the Big Four for the Western Can- ada championship. The time appears to be about ripe in out-and-out for Western ppo of all the wives as well as the censors HDL have the vamps get It right In the bead-bolder thev have rolled their eyes three times or slithered once across the .stay.'? -Arnold Bennett says that brain I work requires far more food than Ls needed for athletics or work in the' onen air. tever :iee Babe Hutii Then, If Jlr. Bennett is right, how nisniy ton.4 of provendpr would it take to stoke Babe's interior department properly for a [lay of mental occupa-i lion. 1 In the old days, when a crime had i bticn committee Ihe word was "Cher-: chez la now it's "Cher- ches le Chauffeur." close dance huilis on uccntinf Hi" shorlage? The modern ilimrc might to be warm enough to rybocly comfortable. McGILL BIG WINNER IN WINTER CARNIVAL MONTREAL, Keb. to a close the annual carnival of winter sports, the finals in the ski and snow- shoe events were held on Saturday by representatives of Dartmouth, Mid- dietary and McOill universities. Mc- 0111 carried off the honors by winning the majority of events. The jumping competition at Montreal was won by McGill, Rapp WTiitall making the long- est jump and scoring 259 points. Carlton of Dartmouth was second with 248 points. Fowler ot Dartmouth, won the auowshoe daub. Flyweights: Young Edwards and Toughy Lewis Bantamweights: T. Corner, T. Her nier. Oils Splrou Reg. Scott (New Light-weights: 0. Edwards. T. Joyce, Doug. Blwyn, Alex King, ,7. Davis (all Welterweights: Joe Russell, George Mitchell. Mlddleireijrhts: Pilling (Card- J. McKenna (No. C. S. An- drus. Big "Moose" Kesler, Joe Brodle This is but a partial list, as entries are coming in by each mail from var- ious points in the country, and it is a safe bet that practically every town within rndius of flftf miles of Leth- jridge will be represented. Wires lave been sent to Billy Lauder .at Medicine Hat, intimating that his bunch of Medicine Hat holers are wanted to compete in tbe tournament, and it Is ef peeled that Billy will come over to Lethhridfe for the big event. Up until eight o'clouk' on the even- ng of the fights no boxer will be aware of who his opponent is. as the draws in the respective divisions will not be made until oach contestant has weighed the hour' for the weighing (n having been set at seven o'clock. Draws will be made at S o'clock, and the gong will hit ou the ilrst bout sharp at S.30. From then on the night's show will be "Biff, Ding, Bang" without a wait, and with plenty of fast snappy action from start to finish. An effort is being.made to have f, representative from the Mounted Police, Already Major Barnacal, com- manding ufneer of the Battery, has' promised entrants from his brigade, and some good boys are sure to be on hand from that division. The'No. 6 Scottish already up in arms, waiting to go. A lively, member of this clan is John McKenna.' JOE LYNCH WINS DETROIT. Mar. Lynch, bantamweight champion and Touns Montreal of Providence, .fought lii rounds last night, the showing on points being equal until, the eighth round when Lynch put his man down for a count of eight, thereby winning by a shade. TENDLER HAS SHADE MILWAUKEE, Mar. Tend- ler, Philadelphia lightweight boxer, had a shade over Sailor Kriedman. Chicago in a 10-rouiid bout laat night. A rich Virginia kltnJ u smoking PHCNt Ml STREET TEN PIN LEAGUE OPENS TONIGHT ON SECOND ROUND Tonight the second leg of the City Ten Pin League will open with a mitch between Dominions and the Coca Cola teams. Wednesday night the Herald and the Giants will have their first game and then all teams will be away in the race. Bowling tonight will start at o'clock. TIME IS RIPE TO DEFINE THE STATUS OF BIG FOUR; MAKE IT EITHER ONE WAY OR OTHER Talk of Forming Professional League in Four Players Do Not Hold Amateur Cards This Not Considered Purely Professionals. agree tn in i'shfil doclsiou as GUJ! olnding. not send Lethbridge Heralds for sale in Calgary at Boston Hat at Bpttcr Bros, in Medicine Hut. i Tail, n hockey !r berlii si northern Saining f Ihe pi :vd professional Four and Coleman haa objected on year ill Al-1 a number of occasions. True Grant .Micoiiragcd. lu ho'to an amateur card, and is rccog- talk has been couiiny fruni liio ranks of the KAYO V., Mar. Minn., knocked ''arisoii. a Incai i 'i-iind niiind of it JO- r.- n ama- teur yet he is not holding amateur card. The fact remains that Four in u thoru in the side of amateur hockey in Alberia. Kither make BiR Four a recognized amateur lea- gue or have It an out und out pro- feimionnl orcaniiallon. Thsit ii the only way trouble can he preTeated amaUiur ninkj (n this province, in tar at Iip.tkpy la concernod, RIGHT'S SPORT MAJESTIC THEATRE THURS. NIGHT This Week, March 3 Eventi In every boxing divition including Feather, Liahtvulgrlt, Welter, Middle, and Heavyweight. ENTRY LIST OPEN UNTIL NOON. THURSDAY. GET YOUR TICKETS EARLY Seats now en (ale it Alexindra Hotel Cigar Stand, Colonial Theatre, ind Virny Ridge Confectionery, Pnone orderi for leati re- ceived at Phonet or 1722. and All reserved. Setting iccommodstibn rewrved for 500 out-of-town boxino en- Ctmt In earloidi. ;