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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SEC THE LETHBRnXW DAILY HJ5RAU) 1W1 BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus THC KATTrp I'D RA.THE. I? IT To IiU IN ro KOR rut; i ME. At> DRV >Vo THe, QR A VARIETY OF, FOODS tn satisfy thu keen uppotite or tempt thu poor appetite. You'll iJways leave aud tsalislled. SILVER GRILL GREAT AMATEUR BOXING CARD PLEASES BIG CROWD OF FANS; SOME HIGH-CLASS BOUTS! Lightweight and Welterweight wefgius. it r.. I'.iM'tth1. ortiiMii Finals Produced Two Best j winner u Bouts of Evening, Won By j "isiiiy u Driver Tilloeh and (limner j Thompson. an i th to was dor hi re limit- ;i bait! tiie Urns. Bout 2 op vs. ILirl ti: Twenty-five rounds Including a number of bouts which have never been beaten in the city for real interest, and this includes professional battles of the past at that, sent 500 or mere ring fans home happy from the Majestic last night, with only orv "thought in their minds; "When will the next carnival be staged.' The whole affair was strictly amateur. Every boxer had to have his cord before the bouts started. Judge Jackson, gover- nor of the Alberta branch, A. A. U. of C-. was at the ringside, nod stopped one of the bouts be- fore it started because one of the contestants could'not produce .his qard and could not subscribe to the clause in the application that he had never received taking part in any kind of Mayor Hardie was an interested spectator, Chief Giliespie was one of the three judges, and alto- gether it was the cleanest, bright- est evening of amateur boxing ever staged in Lethbridge. !Two of the finest millp of the werc the twci' decid- ing the lightweight and welter- Might championships, won by Gunner Thompson and Driver Til- respectively after battles that had the crowd right up on their hind legs. They were great and the winners well de- Mrved their decisions. 'Following are the bouts with 4pcisioni: Bout 1 Whitney vs. Workman, j lOit H sjon on agg of miHing. ?r bosiiijr. y inclined iu swin s Bout 7 Hill M..-Kviiiu. Leilili-iiU' IMltinjr. Cardsion. middie- a[ I Won by This buut ti_ !.j liavt; five rounds a ml WMS n. I fxpffied to be lid bit of ill KNIGHTLY TROUBLES I oft admired ther gallant knights i All sheulhed in glorious i The days of chivalry, to us. I Were tilled with thuzlics lint u knight rodo out to figlit, i Kor latlye. r'amo or throne. Believe me. friends, that valiant bird Championship Game in the Crow Hockey League To Be Played Tonight In Calgary; Go On Today's Train o Good Crowd of Rooters r nco mxe but PHling how i mtt in Bout 3 John Davis vs. John Joyce. light- weights. Joyce had the advantage of. six pounds in weight, and before the 'jvi-r put his, thumli! Hit.: ilnnl round and j usked to call it off. McKennu is a shifty boxer ;t peculiar style. He has a lerhtic nppemit hut failed 10 make it cornier t last nighr. Pilling is a nice boxer lint clparlv not Linn round had gouo one minute in his beet condition nislit. had Davis feeling groggy. Joyce. ever the bout was all in Dm Clearly outclassed his niuii aud fans will be looking to HP bout was stopped to save Davis fur-i these boys in lhe rimr nL-iin tlier punishment. Joyc Bout 4 Bout 8 Tiilooh. vs. Corner. 10. vs.. Jim Hurrell, j Finals1 in the welter division. This of bis own! j Mosqukoes slipped iusiile the bars ThiH the warrior's They buzzed acd danced within his helm, And fed. and fed. and fed! The burning sun sent dowu its rays rpou lhe steely slietl Ami. ri'Mn? in the he-it all day, It must huv.j plain telif Tlieu. loo. it circ-umstauces made Tho hero yearn to scratch, I lo'd lost- the combination.-.sure. That worlcod Pach 'hinga and latch! To Hockey League Decided h> Boys Left on This Train for Day's Rest Before Game, RESIGNS SENATE JOB FOR BASEBALL jllJ. Burrd! lauded a blow just be-' wus Quite one of ilie best bouts of llis llorse should rear and buck, i lore the bei! runs in the first thar had j tiie eveiiiiii; and produced, probably him off ils back, Hutton grussy. and only iiu? sav- ut- whole evening j ot miles from home, jetl a knuckoiii. However in the sue-j The first round was fairly even hi! kiiudred Pounds to pack! jond round. Mutton came back sirens the second the buys mixed it toe Iu j (and had ;t clear lead. !fe railed to rrom bell to In. the last show as well in the third, Hur-j rilloc.h's better condition told i's leail established in first won oi' the funs didn't and lie had Corner a bit groggy. Both lhe fight. Some of the fans didn't boys connected with hard blows to i seem to like the decision, tiie only head. hut. iu addition Tilioch put" time duruiK the evening that ihe; -m some !ianj punches. This is judges' finding did not oral favor. j Bombardier Thompson. 143. vs. I Driver Tilioch, welterweights. j This was one oi 'th- cleverest scraps j of the evening, and the men, were I evenly matched. Tilioch won b; j landing: some tailing body blows. He easy ov, is a-cool headed1 fighter.- Thompson 1 -.1 in with sen-jone of favuriies The decision in! I favor of Tilioch was given a rousing' i greeiiiig by the I j Bout 9 j John Joyce, KIT, vs. Gunner Thomp-j j son. Lightweisht (inala. Yiiis, to' 'e j'liKUiy fans, was liie choice morsel of) i the whole show. Joyce had had an Davis. Thompson hail' when 'Cunnlr Bernier! bad nuny friends iu the umlieiiLT who; wris miable lo tn.ulluCe hi? amateur were pulling tor him to win. Tilioch Joyt.e lmd fmn. iiiaplayeil a splendul guard and spleu-j weighu a slecp produMntj p-.mch. did timing his blows. u as it jt wouW OH u fairjy thing for Joyce but Thomnsos Lots of nations are dissatisfiail with j flieir boundaries, but they aren't lialt'j as dissatisfied as tiig outfielder who liiinks he amid have cough l tli-if oue Babe lliit.li hit if it hadn't been for that blasted fence. On Calgary ice tonight Blair- more and LethbridgA hockey teams will decide the champion- ship of the CrosVs Nert Hockty League. They will also decide whether Lethbridge defend the Hotrald-Journat Cup In the provincial play-off or whether Blairmore shall be a contender far the cup. Following the cancelling of the game in Blairmore lact night ar- rangements were made for ing ice in Calgary. At flrit per- mistlen was given for lee on Tuesday or Thursday night of next week but later arrangements were completed for ice for to- night. The local boys left on this morning's train and It ex- pected a number of roofers will leave on the 1.10 p.m. train day, changing at Macleod. This will put them In Calgary 1JTTLE UOCK, Ark., Mar, third base- UJUD for the New York Ameri- can league club, yesterday re- signed as clerk of tlte senate, to join his club at Shrevepori. HERALDS AND DOMINIONS BOWL EARLY TONIGHT The Dominions and the Her- aid bowlers will lock horns to- in the third game of the second leg of the City Teu Pin League at lhe Domiuion-Al- leys. The game will commence sharp at seven o'clock. Moat of the bowlers will be goiug to a datice later on. it 7 O'clock this evening and as the game is scheduled to com- mence at 8.30 it wilt give them plenty or time to hive supper and get to the rink. The return train leaves at 10 p.m., which will mean that a rush will have to-be made from the rink, unless the game Is ruehed. A good crowd of rooters should go. Lethbridge has always fallen down on rooUrs .at out-of-town games, although they have put up the largest crowd at the home games. Blairmore and Coleman have always carried with them better representation than the Uethbridge team. Today a good- sized crowd is winted. Give your home team your support by going to Calgary today. ''Love Insurance'' is Bout 6 Ken BotintU, vs. 101. Bonnell won tiie latest fan- i "larried Ross Seaman. his j gressiveues-i and the win was highly er- popular.. Seaman waa much tho has tried t-j set insurance tbat will protect her agaiust a blonds. I THIS WEEK Pint Prize Second Prize Third Prize COUPONS MUST BE CUT ALONG DOTTED LINE. GOVERNING THE COMPE- TITION ARE AS FOLLOWS: ovided t. competitloD w'M be called The 1'ootball Competition. S. Competitors -win entitk-a niany entries, aa they Uean-ft. cacll entry Is accompanied by i livft cents, and cwtipons to the btr of liutries. .L Comuctitors must out th-: names of the clubs, they think -w.lt luSe cross gut names of both tf.thCT a rtsult. t. Coilpons tan only trom tiie Eportlns Page of The Herf.lcl. iS. AH monies received will rt- 'frtied in- prizes. The amount o' prizes will h.i Monday morning for Unit tfAtiitS. Results of oompijiitioni will to competitor1; u-ii: BWltod immpdiately on m-nipt uf In case the- tjr-it, sectnu! or ,-.die winners1. ThR 'Htruld right 10 tne f-> ;Hat competitor." Iiifiiif.- i ii'tll'Utr Ie had left nuncli in his mitt which he let loose on occasion, and slopped Joyce's rushing tactics with it time after betiveen time. Joyce was teei.lv tin- aggrns- and rhafa easy; u law- sor In lhe flMt. h. the aecouil :md lul looks started to even tilings un, and iu To give is better tlian to receive. Major Leape Ball Players Hit Roads To Training Camps In Soutk Where They Work Out son the last round he landed on Joyce's jaw often enough and hard enough to have his heavier opponent swinging t'lllly Jjelieve fn tuisf Mildly, and piled up enough points for! a t-lf-ar lead. Then win was highly.j popular. Xiek Sptron. provincial hantam t-hampioii. was unable to appear j on lhe bill owing to a bad sprain. I Keslcr. the provincial heavy I clKHKj) was also laid up a bad j nock. Uuth boys introduced to' the crowd and promised they would slum- thfiir wares at the next Kealer gave the tana a shock by' his .size. Even Ueuipriey wouldxston for a louk. During the evening l.cn S. Cro.vn ibe Coiollit.1 iiaseunl! cup. emlilcmatic ot' t'ic city liliockoiu haiitball chanipionship to tvl. Ken- nedy, manager of (lie clnb Little, Jimmy Barry. Willie Keeler, Jimmy Wiide. Heinie Groh. Joe Lynch. Rabbit Maranville. Fortune's Footbslls The Athl-tics. >oe Beckett. Montenegro. The racing game. Bombardier Wells. Your flivver. If Til the oil v.-eiis ,.xiH tliat XEW YORK. players, veterans 'and rookies, soutlng sixteen major league -clubs, vIH" bo training under tha Bouthern suii the 1K21 pennant races" be- fore the close of the present week. Already the migration of the'National an-3 American league squads is under way and some of the older stars have indulged in a week or two of prelim- inary work at the various mineral butbs before undertaking the more strenuous training .of the southland. wiio won it vcar. so tuere was'u slale ot lin-r ol' -'n air-iilaiits, must' look like a -iheet -j( p-per covered! The of ilii; buut.-; (jilk-sijic. Tho.-i. and li. 0. Lfjiitr. A. U. Kirby. LIU cicii'. while Uic kept tiKiViajr by Len IJi-ou-n my i.uHh. the moving I s! now tile fans arc L-n i.s Lhe next ijoxiiu witli ijLick pepper. Lots of 'Em Are Singing "Leave me and the world is mine." Irish history shows that kings used Iu Iji; thicker In Ireland than uuut- I'iirjie'rs in tiie strceti3 of onr own 1111111- livery county and every natch of land had its kiiiu; ewrv king thought he We lights begun! CHAMPS 11 UP LOCALS BY41-34 In the of tiie training camps, the vorioua auaicara have shorn the same vide dUfcrntce of opinion regarding the choice of quar- ters lhat has prevailed iu the past. Divided Into states, the list shows that Toras la favored by seven clubs: Louisiana named by four; Florida and j Arkansas by two each and California' one. Nine of the clubs have selected JAKES IHE IN YI.CA LEAGUE Coca Cola Boys Out of Luck in Foot Toggery Shield Competition The Boarding Club took a jump up- wards last night iu the Y.M.C.A. lea- gue for tho Foot Toggery shield when they took three games from .the Coca trio. The Boarders wanted to make it a sure win and the war Mar- tin and his team mates were rolling would disgrace a stronger team Iban the Coca Cola. Jim Martin was the big scorer of tbe night. He set a new aggregate score in the league besides rolling a -10 score in the third game. Shover of the Coca Cola was second high man with a total oi -187. TQQ scores COCA COLA 1st 2nd 3rd Tot. -Miller........ 109 143 Murphy...... 117 158 Shover...... 167 145 487 393 -146 HOARDING CLUB Oxland Davis Martin 1st 123 2nd 179 192 433 3rd Tot. 40S 5Stl PHONE Ml But Lethbridge Crew a It Winners Also lites different from those used in! 1920, while seven -will return to the i same parks or quarters used twelve months no for the conditioning of players. Of the Id- clubs, the Chicago Nationals will be the only squad to return to the samo camp for the third consecutive season; Pasadena, Calif., having call. The complete list of training camns for the 1921 training season as well as tue location of quarters for 1920: National League Galveston, Tejas; 1920. Columbus. Ga. I .Vow Orleans, Lu.; j 1930, Jacksonville, Fla. Pasadena, Calif.; 1630, Pasadena. Calif. Cisco, Tei.; Miami, Fla. Xow San Antonio, Tei.; 1920. San Antonio, Tex. Gainesville, Fla.; 410 FIFTH 8TREST .Soctur (.'ontesl Will Close Another Record in the Morning I3v Modern Etiquette Ilfiw- to Leave a lirawii Don't takv it with you. To Kat Watermelon Pin bad; your ears so that woii't get wr-t. To of a reiined manner: Wear a hair IH r month, and strait j through The I'rjppi- I.imitation lend lit! yon hear your crack, in.it regain a vcr betore liiey break. The local hoop artists journeyed to i Raymond last uigiit and gavo Ray-j Ala. ace. aiul then the niond a big. scare. In the senior game I Hot Springs, I the Sugar Town boys had to step all! Ark-: 192tr'' Hp.f Ark. the time to keep pace with their light- st- Loiiisf-19'20; Oratjge, Tei.; 1920, er opponents. Art Orepn was right Tej. Koom: !np to lliu mark with, I.IK shooting, ring-1 American League j Ing' up 20 points, llidpath kept drop- i riot Sprint's, Ark.: in front ot' the shad Bow: iitll he had 10 points to j laM- Hot Ark. j Wasahacilie, Tej.; 1920. Tei. I cm his credit. The speed and cembina- lisiilaynd by the lociil crew nrg'ty ik-arly ovr-reapjc tho Ijtit the fio-in of boys Ihcy rallied and nulled av.-ay from tile visitors and won nurt Pairhanlis were the higli sioro men for tlte liome team. while Jim Walker marie a number of Dallas. Tes.; 1920, Detroit Antonio, Teias: Manon, Ga. New Shrevenort, La.; IK'i, Fla. Lake Charles, tethbridge Hcraliis lot sale by our in ail titici, and towns ,mu all trains and by bur agents in the fohcwinq E, Williams; Piiarmr.ty: CAL- Hat Works and News Co.. Lahor Agencies, 8Und; Alexander Cigar Store; A. Book Ce.J T. Faunch; Ciflar Ltd.; Harper Cigar Store; M. McCaue; GREAT FALUi, Newt Co.: MEDICINE Bros.; MANY- Pharmacy: Pharmacy: MILK F. A. Moir; Whitivortli, A. D. Ferguson: PINCHER A. Tucker. R. f. 0. Ibetion Drug Stoi-e: J. Rit'.er: Drug and Stationery Co., L. T. WestlaKe; King. In Kennedy, Dallas Hotel. Alexander Hotel Cigar tl, EIIU Store. People's Drug Store, North Lethbridge, and G. G. trips up the floor nceting him field baskets. j St. Uugaluaa, ofti-n its own i The game between the second I earns Mobile. Ma. j was even than the senior affair I j Itaymoml tnruing th.-nngh with the I920' Tampa, can never winning basket Just at time. The j linymoiu! boys werc never allowed to j siway :n they did they eJ here, thanks to tin; great checking "f fiorrlie Jiorrison anil Ijill Xulson. Hi-pier vas the bright light on tho Tampa, Pla.; (luring this game. lie hail his eye peeled, and the Itaymond defense only hold him to !y points. was the hlg ueise of the HOCKEY RESULTS An iniTri.i.-f! of in Ilin ileiii of I In- I'nitcd plates dnins Fell- niaiy was iiniiniincf'il today by the treasury the KTOHS lotlil l-'iHirn.-irv The iirlvp Judgment nn 11 in the (-UFO of McCarthy Ttran.-i ill'- liing. It Is all appeal broiiBht from the appeal court of The appellant was of manslaughter, on a r-hargc of negligent driving ot a rao- lioint.s. e iiji ami scor cqiid team eouiltlng 11 VOUJIK. f TiiTeil, f liidpatlt, C. Snow, K Cope, g.... -I .10 fn' first teams l-'if her. c Melilrum, I V'airbankB, f Stevens, g Wallior, g St. Bridges 4; PerthtC PEHTIT, Ont.. Mar. the first gymo of the home aud home Allan cup elimination series heru last night, be- tween lit. Bridges, of the Ottawa, city hockey league, and 1'er.tb. H tl'iuiievB ol" the St. Lawrence league, ilrklgos by a.'scoru of 4 to S. I, 4-1 The reindeer Industry project init- iated by Vilhjalmur Stofannaon for DaSln't will lis on u sound basis, it la etoiectet iVa J'flJU'. Five Threaded I Rubber Reasons 1. WiHard Ttaeaded Rubber Bat- teries are standard on 175 makes of motor cars and trucks. 2. Most of the important better? improvements with Willard and ore today found in the Willard Threaded Rubber Battery. 3. Threaded Rubber Imulition you money because it does not warp, puncture, crack or evboDizc. outlasts the. platei, 4. Threaded Rubber iound only in the Willard Threaded Rubber "bone-dry" shipment that keeps the battery new. 5. Aa an authorized Willard Service Station we offer to every Wiliard user the benefit of the broad Willard policies. SCARLETT SERVICE STATION 311 7TH ST. SOUTH LETHBRIDOE, ALBERTA, PHONE 516. Willard Batteries ;