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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE sn TIIK THURSDAY, MARCH BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus OTT AUTO UYERT Special Smlee on Camitiy' Trips 717 WORLD or LETHBRIDGE PLAYS FORT WILLIAM TONIGHT GUARANTEE FOR FAMOUS Football Association Hope lo See Newcastle United Here This Answer Appeal for 1 it Funds in Splendid 1 Still Open. R. J. Ritchie Palenon 'and other loccer enthusijiU are wearlni a wnlte that won't- comt off theie days. The reason Is that the guarantee for the vitU el Newcastle United or other famous Old Country team In light. Lethbri4ge men havei come through magnificently, and made rt peaalble for the Football Auoclation to finance the viiit. One-third of the guarantee had to be deposited In a bank by March 10th and this haa been accomplished. The Intention of the L. F. A. Is to publiah a full Hit 'gtneraus pHrwii when the guarantee is actually in Mnd. Than atlH piain far wfeo with to asalit in trus guarantee, and Sac. PaXiaan ho tlad to haar from any who are wfll to their portion, and thut attist In bringing em of wortd'a luadhii) fortball to our city, FALCONS ARE SENIOR MANITOBA CHAMPS WINNIPEG, March Falcons won the- senior hockey o! and tbo right lo enter tho Allnu trup play-off when they ilefeal- cd tlic champions of Iho Winnipeg Stulor Hoc- key League, by 10 goals to J, here tonight, ihc two- game series by a total of lj to 1. v- PHILADELPHIA, Pa, March 3. Wilde, Britlih flyweight champion, outfought and out- pointed PaUy Wallace, of' Phlla- aVIahla, In a fait tin-round bout here tonight. Wallace fogght a hard battle agalnct the champion and almott acond a knock down In the round. NORTH LETHBRIDGE IS IN FOOTBALL GAME AGAIN THIS YEAR The Melting Pot mmmrn Hnd Gas Town Blanketed in FirsfHalf il Easy in Second Allan Cup Trials Again Bungled WINNIPEG, March Lethbrlrtgc Yelcrune. champions of tho Alberta Amateur Hockey League, will play E-'urt WiUlain, champloas of Iho Thun- der Day League, tonight and Saturday In an Allan elimination cup ser- ies, total goals (Of count.. The win- ner of this series will moEt likely play Falcons; winner Lengue. o( the Winnipeg Beautiful Bungling Sometimes the Lethbrldgc fans pan Iho L-. A. A. A. for nllcgfld In conducting sport affairs lu this city. 3. TUo competitions are governed by the statutes and regulations o[ Iho Belgian Skating League, which are In agreement vrlili those of tho International Ico Hockey Lcuguo, Only .Tan lours conforming with the definition established by tho as- sociation they represent are nlloived to Into part In the coropd-ition. 4. Tho competition is open to teams of males only. Any National Ice Hockey Asso- elation to n nation recog- nized as such by Ike International T Olympic Committee, or recognized lint If those critical lans wan nn ,ho u iimplo of pure unadulterated Ivory in authorizca of In mln-1 u'es duration, inHmJing an interval of five minutes. In casfc of a tic, u] Hockey Results a good rirawlnR card in Here Ic the belt hopes lor the Veterans tonight, It Kcems tha-t tht7 arc rloonu-d Il.ivc all Iho hnnl luck Dial u-nlnc To miss train fonnccltnnF. IhnS pru longing tlicii' Irip several Is just another sl.uniblliig 1ci Ihoirj Hoivever it will make a victory In Winnipeg tonight all the more glorious. ahoitt n lacrosse league in tlic hchools? There U no'hirri matter with the (porting spirit of Leth- bridge. That has been veil shewn during the part week. Eight hundred dollars for the hockey players and the neseuary guarantee to bring the Newcastle United to the city were up. That in no whitper. It Is a shout Tho demands o( Windsor brick- Inycra for a wage of 41.25 an hour will bo agreed (o by the coflraclors. Ahhnl Cup 1'inals in I'Mniil (liirnc on Night REG1NA, M.irr.h Selkirk Junior Icnm won their fourth flame In six days htre torilght when they defeated the Calgary champions of Alberta British Columbia, by a score of 8 to 2. The second and final games will be played here on attorney-Ken oral rule Chinese children will be a "colored" and rnny not attend white la au-'horlzcd lo lake part In competition with one (cam (of seven men) on comlhi'nn (hat tho Hnid as- sociation belongs lo a nation rocog- nlzcd rta surrh by the International Olympic (.'oinmlltuc. .Mnxhnum number of substi- tutes, 7. "ho cxar1 composition of Ihe team .muM. he roiiiiiinnlcatnil' to Hie jrcutive Committee of the Olympiad 'by March inih, at ''.he lalcsl. Prfzei First (o the win- ning Irniii and pllver-gllt Olympic meilnls In member (if tiif; (cam. Second Silver Olympic mcdnl -'.o mcmher ol rtio leani IJixiluc uipfc mrdHl [n each ini-TiibCT of (BI This shrill place or MI lhe American linn! sj-iUm. in case the number nf 'cam.-i ci.ui.-il doeB nol exceed rivt- Regulations 1. ha decided by rees" ii'-tislnn) in mnll'TB o. et i-h.ill In- final, fimi who shall IH namrd by Kockc-y C'ommla -tion. In nil oilier -Ihan ihosc of frill. lio dccidrsl !i general rule; ofjlic ijarnus. umpires! must be chose; outfliV: o( 'lie Fiftllonfl represented. n-fiic.', jjoai umpires and Iht llmeki-ciier-i inuat bo 'accoplrxl b; Ihe caiitnlns of tho Iwo compclln periods of ten rainulcs overtime be played (2 periods' of 5 minutes wllh 5 minutes If then there fs still a tie, tho panic shall be played over on the day and hour appointed hy lhc Ileljlan Ice Hockey Committee. 9. The of the Ice shall be In length by 18m. In width. 10. Ilulcs of iho rules force shall be those ailoplcd by 0 International Ico Hockey League or tho season ot Rues of Ice Hockey Canadian rules translated and by the International Ice ockey League. Art. 1. game shall be layed between teams of seven men each. Art. 2. Field field of play may ho varied Re-cording lo tho conformation of available spaco ivllh maximum 100 50 metres. Art. 3. goals and rrots s In Canada. (Art. 1. Tlio puck uscil! Seattle 2; Vkteria 1 Wash., March In the uockoy raco to- night, hnl they liad lo fight tlieir way lo victory in lhe gamo of the present season. They defeated Vic- toria by a scoro ot 2 lo 1.' OTTAWA, March cinch- ed the championship of Iho National Hockey Lengue by defeating Toronlo here toDiglit 7 to -J. QUEDKC. March 3. Canailteus overwhelmed Quebec hero tonight in a National Hockey League dame by 1C lo 3. shall ba tlio Canadian puck ot hard anal rubber, t newcd hy the whlsllo of lhc referee, who shall Ih row tho puck between the slicks of two opposing players at the centre of tlic rink. The puck ahall not be played until It lias touched Uio Ice. Off-Side Rule Art. 13. player .must lie always between hid own goal and tho puck. This nilo is the O.ll.A. I one, except Ibis A player on tho defending side ollck not bo off-sldo from, or ploys it be lukcs tho puck cast Electric Welding CAR Lawford Wejdirf: Co. 2nd Ave., Opp. Lethbridge Hoiei Phone 1E44 We Hr.t IniUlled Full irKlH fir Repairing MITOMDBILE RADIATORS Can hamlle nil mtkes of con Expert Hot Work FREEL i ELLIQn 'sheet Metal _' 336 61h r.t. South Phoni'171) out hy lhc goalkeeper within n space nf thrco fret In front ot Iho goal anil extending to tho sides of tho rink. Wlicr. niles require tho ret- croc to have Iho puck faced In the goal, thn shall take place live Arl. 1. Hockey fthall be HID Canadian slick. Forty Mlnutei Pliy Art. 0. game- comprises wo periods of nol moro (han 20 min- utes each. The teams change ends lietwecn periods. In cnse of n lie, overtime :nall from the soal line. lilHretl In periods of 10 minutes cadi Arl. as in until one train has been declared Iho i O.ll.A. n-lniicr. Tlieno prolongations of play Art J I. as In O.ll.A. nhiill lie mado up of two iibrlodn of Art, 13. When the puck Icavcl mlniilcii cacli, with a linK-llmo rest Hie IIH In O.lbA, of five mlniitesj ends bchiK chnngcd Arl. Ili. ns O. n lhe Interval. If lor any reason thcill-A. ciiptoiiis or the referee consider No Substitutes- B overtime periods Ail. 17.. Chnngo of (hey xliall agree lo replay the match, change of flyers shall tnkc nlacu Ar' 7, timekeeper! oncu the match has hegun. II .1 named by the captfllna, itlinll keep'player is Injured In the course nf '.....the (time, lironlm a stale, or Ihrough some other accident la obliged lo Iravo tho Icie, thn opposing ultk- Fhall Immcdlntoly wllhdrnw n mnn lo equalize 1hc tr-ams, nnd lhe malcii' shall conlinue without these play- rrj until (ho player thus ohllgcd to the liirif, nnd .shall also Iflko tho tltnr? of penalized players and notify (horn when return lo tbo Ice. Art. referee, ns in the O.1I..A. Arl. 'J. Goal in Ih'j O.H.A. Art, 10. in the O.ll.A.'leave lhe Ice Is ready to reaiimo Tho referee shall announce tho Bcoro place. In coso of dispute, tlio ques lit Ihe end of each period. 11. In the O.ri.A. The game Mliall he afnrlod and ro- (Ion elinll ho decided by the referee. Tlio man Inken off hy (lio opposite eldc shall not he changed. GASOLINE 35c a gallon The Canadian das String Dc- rlco guarantees a living of 30 per cent, on il ilocs Just Iho Mmo as reducing Uio prlco from 60rj to 35c. 1 We Invite Inquiries. SOLD BY THE Mechanical Garage COR. 4TH AVE. A 3HD 3T. S. PHONE ;