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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta I'AGE SIX Tiir; nAU.'Y HErUL BRINGING UP FATHER By NT I TOLD HIM ID CALL TO HIM CHRISTY THINKS HE HAS NEW TINKER OX GIANTS LINfi-UP SAN ANTO.N1O, Jiiurtll Christy ager of the New York tMaks he lias The Candidale' for ti Arlhur White. I I he Catholic UKtwrsHy ,ot .WM! __ ton, has a tilth ictooi u4 lego buctwai. football Md tnek lote, li how to ball kis arm tkat to perfection. DCMNCY NOT YET S.V.V FTUNCMCCV 2. tad Mi BUB- Jict, Xoanis, on draft eYMlon charges, have not yet rested. Tno today Announced thai toos. Vould be taken io. The Melting rPot I-ethbridgo needs a gooii senior lea- I i cuts this summer. One tlinl will hold tne interest of the fans all season. YVhut about a three team senior league. In making'this suggestion the I Herald does not wish io exclude auy i team wishing to play baseball. It About Size of believes, however, that a three team anfees Said lo Be Acting as Hindrance lo Plans of _ English Footballers TORONTO. March Watson, In the Kvpnlng Telegram, today, says: "There are murmurings over Can- j league, wilh h schedule of twelve or fifteen hold the Interest of Ihe fans better than a larger lea- gue, in which there would be the dan- ger or one 'outstanding team doiug all the playing. Following', the conclusion of. such a iclic-ilule mentioned above an all- slar teairi 'could' 1m organized aud iuter-lovrh and inter-city contests ada at the guarantees.asked by the played. 'That would ensure a good.liyo D. A. in conuectiou with a Eight Hundred Dollars Put Up to Give Lethbridge a Chance in Allan Cup Series in Winnipeg Extra Players Go. By supper time last night citizens of Lethbridge had matte it quite clear that behind the Veterans' hockey team. The eigbl hund- red dollars was and tbe boys were ready for their trip to Winnipeg lo meet the speedy Falcon outfit in the battle for tbp chance of representing -western. Canada In Allan Cup Toronto between March 10 and 15'. -.1 Cyclone Reber tjwnt the entire people. He held out his hands and very-seldom did they close on emptiness. 'He was met with hearty approval all through the city and got not only mcney, but tht heartiest of best wishes from many who had not, even turned out 'to see the veterans plsy. J TO MAKE FALCONS FIGHT At two o'clock this they said good-bye to small crowd of enthusiasts who went to the station tp see them off. A few citizens went with the boys to Winnipeg. The players did not away wilb an idea that they will come back with an easily won victory. They art determined to give the Falcons the fight of the season and even if they do not win, they claim they will be satisfied If they can make the Winnipeg bunch along real smart. As far as condition Is concerned the Falcons have it all over the Lethbridge boys like a tent. Falcons have been playing constantly. have had ice all'wlnter, and not only have they been on tfie job in have taken a number of trips out of town and have defeated many splendid teams. The local boys have not had a chance to practice since they received notice that they will play in Thursday. Two nighls and a day on the train is not the. best means of getting into shape. TWO EXTRA PLAYERS I Lethbridge has two extra players for the trip. They are McPhee and Sirr, of the mounlics, and with F. Henderson will be held in reserve. Following are the other players: Sutherland, .goal; Marion, pointy Boucher, cover; Turcotte, Geo., centre; Reber, left wing; W. Henderson, riaht wing. Joe Baccus Is the trainer and A. Clark, business manager. from Newcastle United. 1 hear that; word of this has reached Newcastle' and it is uot improbable that ths fam- ous learn may be called off." E. Spencer, secretary of the Domin- ion Football Association, when asked ivhat weigiit was to.bc attached to the I above statement, said It rested on the 'act that no official acceptance bad icen received from Newcastle United. [t is practically certain, he that either Newcastle or Some other famous Old Country' soccer team will make the Canadian tour. Mr. Con Jones, who Is now in Eng- land, is empowered to negotiate with Glasgow Rangers, Celtic, As- ton Villa, Bvcrton and interest during the entire season. e s Friday, is going lo bo a big night r Aha Lethbridgo basketball team Let the fans turnout in large to give the boys -encouragement U fight hard against the University of Alberta whirlwinds. Calgary For ;S Another Chance in v Basketball League Maintains That Defeats Formerly" Met With at Hands of University of Alberta Aggregation Were Only "V" Exhibition Affairs. Is Fighting Har'd For Champion- ship of Boston 'Athletic Association N Calgary seems Jo want lo stick its uose into the basketball championship contests now, after losing with tho championship tucked uuder their belts. .Want' Otf er Sports The local beers have been playiui tiard all.seaso'ii to'win, not only the Southern Alberta Basketball League but lo got tho premier lionors. They play, Medicine. Hat Wednesday night which game is only looked on as ai incidental, as the locals have seven teen ]ioints layd. They are' not go ing to over jil'ly themselves tonigh and intend only-to come out ou top They arq scheduled to meet tho numlon bunch liero Friday night ani sincerely- hope the' series wilh Ed monton will.'end 'llie basketball son. One prominent member ot (cam expressed the opinion this morn ing that the boys want to get iul come other sporls ns quickl; as possible. In reference to palgary tliey fee that should he made to tak the defeats.' LEAGUES WAY BE schools, likewise thing. would he a good _ Calgary Columbus Club lias loal Iho 1 BOSTON, Mass., March 2-paViil servicVor Jlickey Jlackay for Hie less of Chicago, won ins fourth ies wltl, Sclkirlis. vie ry in the national ama- Suggestions Made For a School and 'Teen Age .Seniors May Organize (Special Correspondence.) .COLKMAN, March Graham entertained a number of her friend i on Wednesday afternoon. Kvffl-yone had a jolly lime and enjoyed Ihe splen- did hospitality of their genial host. The curling tournament with a lady as "lead" was brought lo an exciting finish.N Macro..itid Beck lined up lo Ihe finals. The ladies pbiyod their "rocks" like skilled players. The everybody present voted best social gathering held yet. Mr. Vv. L. Ouimelto was a visitor to Calgary. CANNKFAX WANTS ALL RECEIPTS AND TO PLAY KIEKOHEFER CHICAGO. March L. CannefaxAthree-cndiion billiard cham- pion, who recently challenged Angle Kickohefer, former today announced the terms under which he would play for Ihe title. Canncfax paid he would earn as champion before the next tournament and de- manded a Kimnnilec of ihat amount Me also designated Ihat tile match, if lenr 1S.2 balk line billiards ship at the. Uos'.on Athletic Associa- lion, yesterday, defealing Edgar T.. Applehy, of NCJW York. 300 to 2GJJ, i" 23 innings. Appleby lead until tbe 22ud inning. McCandlcss had an aver- age 15 5-7 and high runs of 44, S3 anil 22. Applehy.'s average was 81! 2-27. and he made high runs of 03, G2 and In last nSg'it's match .TuUilll H. nice of New York, defeated Percy Trump, of Pitlsbiirg, 3QO lo 275, in fir> innings. H was tbe longest match of the tournament, nicks' average was -18 1-3 and his high runs were 32. 2C and 25. -Trumps hail an average of 43 1-2 and high runs of 20 and IS. a- pleasure trip to Vancouve fore leaving sU.ed h, was n llas gone lie- not go- Ing to play hockey for Vancouver. MEAWIFE; Lacrosse this summer for tho 'teen age boys is of a number of Mthusiasts in JUyllUJI Lelllbri VETERANS RECEIVE DONATION George McLecxi, of McLeod Drolhers has donated an out- fit of Jerseys for the Veterans' the coming fpoihall team is not. organized jet but prob- ably will be ou Thursday nfghf. The -VcteritnE jire exceedingly thankful for Ihis., V Ise. J If possible a league iu tho city for lliese players is what is wanted. The boys a gooti brand of lacrosse last summer and now they arc enthus- iastic for n return of game. It true that the Collegiate hoys would I bo too much for those attending pub- lic school, but nevertheless it is con- sidered thai a few learns could be I organized in lyethbriiige. Ou Ihe other hand one or two teams I might ho organized in surrounding towns, with which a league could bo formed.' seniors' might pick np a j team and it Is said that if the 'Iceu age boys can play this year like OTT on Phonea ating "Called 'For Thursday Night in Veterans' Hall To Discuss Subject CKAKLIE CHEESEMAN TO OFFICIATE AT'CAUDSTON FOK BASKETHALL GAiVIE Love io Koh Boxing ot Heavy- weight Champion sa [ilonde tension was very great; a large num-imnde, would lie for three nighls, a her of spectators assembled lo FCC Iho lo'.al of 225 points Mocks of 7.J, of spei exciting end and EO keen was the con- test, that It took skip Heck an extra yvilhlu sixty day.H after (he contc.'M. a most' enjoyable acconling to the tcrijia. Wlicn lie end to win. The girls of the C.O.l.T. Institu- tional church, lind a most enjoyable, Eoclal in the church on Friday even-1 sued Ins clialfeiiEC Mekohc.i-r assert- ing. They had issued invitations ho had been discrirmnaled ng.-nmt some of the "hoys" and quite a iHisn-1 i" "cent lonrnameiil won by fan- bcr accepted, flreat preparation had nc-tax. 'been made for a glorious time ami Rhlrr Mlicalcd -that ConloBls and liiuo only too had, a happy CAItnSTO.V, March is rife in Cardston Ihcsc days over Ihc 'i basketball con- test In tho local next Sat- urday evening, March 6th. Kvon standing roonv will he taxed and the management has made arrangements he'would ha (cr th" Citing In of spectators on the subject lo n challenge from Cmuiefai Io ltic number of SCO, which file winner to lake all Jlarcn The Globe loilny has llic tollowlng special calilo from I'jiris: "George Caryctitlor, Europe's heavy- weight bnxlng champion, will be mar- ried on Marcli 13, It announced today. The prospective brido Is it 17. year-old blonde beauty, whose identity, however, is kepi a profound secret. "It Is said she Is not a. society girl, but hails from the. country. ESKIMOS AFTKH PATTON GUI'; WINNIPfiO IS A USD KXPECTED TO SKEK ITimajmiiy the shou'.s cafl thty were moving, games filled up th'c iiulckiy (ind everyone lime. The "boys" feel it is np (o Ihcm to have kind of a come- back for the pleasant evening they HfXUN'A. March 1'atlon cup spent. No ilonljt ii IB ttioj n rtiallcngo from the Birls will appreciate it. winners of (he Winnipeg Summit Lotlse A. K, A. M, gave an I city league. The Kuklmos of Kdtnon- al homo last I'dday evening. The eve-1 ton, winriera of the "flig four" league, ning was spent in program and hiavp. challcngod anil will meet the" Ut'aurf. llaymm anil Caraou delighted Saakaichewan defenders inside ot teu tho. large ga'hcring wilh their rorigs. 1 The committee worked hard to make everyone feel sociable aud havu a ?ooJ lime. Hro. Disney ac'.oil as Tloiir monager and no belter choice be made. The Stokes orchestra XKVV YOIIK. 'March Cad. provide! tho music and it was good, j dock, of Anlla. Ohla, forrner llvuiy kept perfect lime. Like oil i n-uighl wreatltng champion, threw Sal- Majoiiic "doiiifis" everything Chevalier, 'he Krirnch ejt- thoiisb ot Ihnt would add lo the rive-: pc-rtj with o head acb'sora and arm- nin'g's enioymcut. The committee are [look- jg minutos 11 to he congratula'.ed cu Ihe j at Madl! success of their effort, for 1 night. will bring the tolal_ coaling capacity up to well over Kcven llolh (cams will have lots of sup- in town and tho "rooting" will lif fairly llvowuitig nl tlic dcaiie of a Cimlston official to hl. hBiidtn.thc whistle and C. hls man likely man. "Charlie" tlncH not flairn lo he Infalli'ulc, but he dies bin bus! aii.l ilu! fans ure quite isflfil wiili bis work, us the The war veterans are going to go into spprt wilh a hang tliis summer. did la'st year the seniors They have not yet decided just how lo slrctch Ihelr legs considerable to branches they will enter hut come out on los> of a conteal. Lelhhridge has live public schools with plenty of good iacioase league. on Tluirsday night a round lahle ills- lie held on the- subject Ihc school board ariii parenls would never regret. "Immediately after the marriage the couple will fail for America on their honeymoon. There .la an uncoufinu- report :hat Carpcntler has decided give up ?hr; ring forever owing to MACLEOD EXl'EUIKNCES SI'LEiNDID HONSPIEL McLARKN'AVICTOR veterans aud see what you can do to put life into'sporldom of Lelbbridgo (his summer. losldve aversion of his brldc-to-hc Is taking part ;n professlonnl bouts. He is said to Intend going. Into the 'movies' on 'n large scale." of [ilaver.-i. A preliminary game is lir-iui; nrrangcit between the high Rrhrud [mil lown. CAODOCK UPSETS FRENCH CHAMPION llson Square Garden, hero MITCHELL MAY MEET DUNDEE OR JACKSON NEW YOIIK, March Dave Driscoll, manager of Ihn Is negotiating' wilh Hitclile Mitchell of wilh n view to male-nine him wilb the winner ot tho .lohnnyN Dundee-Willie Jackson bruit iu Jersey City, Monday .iiighl. Mitchell recently .knocked out Kilwarils, (ho Anstmlbn llglitvrclght chahsploii.' DAUDERT SIGNS ON CINCINNATI, O.f March has beim received from Jako Danherl, Ornt baseman, that1 h6 has accepted terms and has forwarded his slgneil conlraot, it was announced at head- quarters of Ihe Cinclnnall Xi-.llonal LeJigue club today. (From Onr Own O 1IACLEOD, Marcb Tho local honspiel which has kept all the curl- ers extra busy last v.'eck came lo an MEMORIAL STADIUM GIFT I I TO QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY) March nl result of llic gift of James rtichnrdson one of Iho graduates of'queen's Unl-. vcrslly, a Htadlum is to bo built this year on Queen's campus in .memory of Ihe donor's brother, Captalrl Oaorge enil Saturday, when ,1. I1. McbnrcnVT. lUchnnlson, who was Killed In ac- Unk led the curling army to a glorious victory. SiTotiy H'ciiwick's hunch came in for second place, and Jimmy Hoard's field, with proper nccrnnniotfiitUm lor lion. Tin stadium Is lo lie calleil Iho tloorgo lllcliardson memorial stadium, and will 'consist of a now atmclfc iroper ar, _ _ and playerH a first-class playing field n gooil cimler Irack anil It was "a" splendid week of curling, a concrele fencn of sullnble appear- Kvcryono enjoyed II, and all did their ancc surrounding Ibo field, In addition best for Iho other fellows. lo other big athletic Improvements. sweepers, who bad pressed Iteiiwlck'a rink lia_rd, took third place. "STRANOLER" LEWIS WINS NKW VOHK, March litiwls. of Kentucky, threw Jim! Irfjiiflop. ttio Greek champioii, wilh a head-lock in Iwo hours, four, minutes and III scmmls. BROSSEAU KAYOES RODDY MCDONALD HALIFAX, March iMaiucd his title of middle- weight boxing champion of Canada hern tonidil when ho knocked oul Mcnniiald. of In 'S'it'fio lllh round ot a SOc for Gasoline you can get it for 35c The Canadian (Ids Saving Device GUARANTEES A SAVING OF 30 PER CENT on nnil It We Invite Inquiries. SOLD BY THE MECHANICAL GARAGE CORNER -lih AVE. anil 3rd 1190. CITY :TAXI SERVICE DAY AND- NIGHT Phone 1856, Office 404.3rd Avc. Lethbridge, AJberta Ride in a MqUaughiih It no more. Jack Hill Mack Hollingsworth LETHBRIDGE TAXI FOURTH -AVE S, REAR OF PALACE CONFECTIONERY. 24 HOUR SERVICE PHONE 664 The Most Popular Recreation Dominion Bowling Alleys Efcuementt Dominion B'dfl, Entrance on Sixth ANDY THE RADIATOR' MAN 418 Fifth St. S- ANYTHING IN RADIATORS Electric Welding CAR REPAIRING Lawiord Welding Co. 2nd Ave., Opp. Hotel Phone 1544 We Have Installer! Full merit MOBILE RADIATORS Can handle nil makes of cm. Expert Hot Afrs WerK FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet Metal 6lh St. South j'i.P ;