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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta t: DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, MARCH BRINGING UP FATHER By G: McManus WORLD OF Gains Ended With Score of Fifteen to Game Called and Boucher Scored for Veterans. The Melting Pot Heglna Vies bar? been lavltcd to IMiJK.iiou for a giimc with tho Kslfimos. A pronusc has been is- sued by ;hc Eskimos for a game in Kegtaa as well. The Mooso Jaw Maple Leals have ignored the challenge of the Edmonton outfit for homo and homo games. Tonight th; focal basketballers meet the Edmonton'boys In the Y. M. C. A. Turn out and giva them good encouragement. It seems everything Js be i jig done to put Lethbrldge out of the running for the Allan Cup. Leth- brldge may not have the best team In this contest, nevertheless, that Is no reason for the amount o' juggling that is being done and the lack of consideration that has been shown the veterans. The Veterans left here expecting to meet the Falcons and before they reached Winnipeg schedule is changed so thst they will meet Fnrt William, This change has one advantage and that is that the Lethbridge boys have been given two games and will stand better chance of adding tto their glory. SUBCRIPTION LIST VETERANS HOCKE SHOWS COLLECTED Close to pie; thousand dollars'Vas ware ?5. People's Drug Store given by citizens of l.cltibrldge toward Shields J5. Western Transfer Co. Ltd. seaillag tho Veterans lo Stacey Lumber Co. Ltd. 55. Ellison Following Is the IK of subscriptions: Milling and Elevator Co. Ltd G. W. V. A.'jflOO, It. N. W. M. P.- Taylor Milling and Elevator Co. IS1.50. Rotary- Club R. Dinning Saunders Hay and Grain Co !5 R W J. W. Itawden ?5, G. W. B. Mac- Ureig Kay ?25, Vlmy nidge Ice Cream Far- f 5. Lethbrldgo Urev.-lnE1 and Malting WILDE AND HERMAN MAY MEET IN MAY- PHILADELPHIA, March A uatlla between Jimmy Wilde, ruler of tlio flyweight division, anil Pete Herman, bantam- weight champion, may tako place in London In May. or June. C. B. Cochrane, the Eng- lish promoter, is angling lor Ihe match and, it ho can get Wilde'to agree to allow'Her- man to enter the ring at pounds ringside, Ihe contest probably will ho held. lor 55 A G. Virtue .MacKenjIo aud Co Lw. 8 Berjram) u h. Menzio ?10. Hotc! Dr II. McPherson 55. Metcalfe Jlgr. 525. 11. Frauds SI, T. H. Fleet-wood f 1, George K. Dixon {10. T. II. Me-1 Crcady }5, J. A. Perry f 5. The White hunch 55, Commercial Club J20, P. Lewis J. Ta Hyssop Ja. Fimoa Gilmore LU1. (Special to The Herald) WINNIPEG, March their opponents to such an extent that the second game scheduled for Saturday evening has been called off, ttw Fort WIIKam puck-chaters trounced the Lethbridge Veterans 15 to 2 In'the semi-final serin of th> Allan cup elimination games tonight. The visitors lacked system and finish and though the Fort Williams did FK display a class tfiat should bother the Falcons In the final, they had a big edge on their opponents In combination P.nd sh-H'tlrs- The first period ended 2 to 1 for Fort William, but In the second period the easterners ran In eight goals and had a lead of nine to one. Crowd Was Small tape In the second period. The Only a fair crowd attended the defence lacked system game, which at bfflil only a Thr! XMdiocre exhibition and fell far feloir Allan standard. Tho opening session was the only period In which the learns tiatilpd on' anything like even lerjas. Fort Wil J. and AJohnstou 55, Hart Hard- P. L. Jones ?2, T. S. Morris H. H. C. The Herald T. C. Ulii-l path J. W. Woods ?2, B. W. Kestcri ?5, F. H. Wllkins R. A. Wright H. G. Kllner 51.50, Standard Bank1 ?3, H. A. Olllls Suplna and Son A Veteran F. C. It T. H. E. aOc.-Wra. Scott S. W. 50c, Floaa {2. L. Green JIO, L. Chapel f 1, P. Lirnd and Son Gco. Olson M. non..50c, W. S. 'Galbrallh M. S. McArthur 510, Ed. Kennedy J5, G Holt J2, C. McCord ?5. KIrkb.v Co. W. Scott U. G. Andrews S. Troman 51, H. Forbes ?1. J. Shavr ?1. J. H. Carter G. rteavoy ?1, D. Thompson A Veteran 25c, GASOLINE 35c a gallon Tie Canadian Cm Saviig De-' vlco a 30 per cent, im it dues.''better. Jftst tie ianie u reduiinj tbo price fiba Wo 35o. Wo Iniite Inquiries.' SOLO BY THE Mechanical Garage COR, 4TH AVE. 3RD ST. S. PHONE UK) OTT AUTO LIVERY Special Service on Country Trips Phones Rnldenee 1111 SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Phone 18M, Office W) 3rd S., Ltlhbrldoe, Alberta Ride In a McLaugEitin Special. It no moTC, Sprinters Are Mix- is Now More .Evenly Balanced MEW YORK, March new learns yesterday wero put in the line- teams: Fort VVIIIIam McTeigue Goal Defence Defence Centre Flanagan Armstrong Ham were first to dent tie tape, after O'Neil..... Boocaer travelled the length Hacquoil of tho Ico to prit the Vets I Turner---- terms with a heantiful tally. Tbe boysj "Fan Si'b Sirr from the head o( the lakes regained J' Hughes and Billy their lead shortlv afterwards and tho 1 plcW- and Flana- L. Wing Bub Lethbrldge Sutherland iMarion Boucher Turcotto IV. Henderson ......Iteber F. Henderson rcii ITXXU tii w iti ua iiLiu i lit; taams went to ihe d.-5ssing room, wilh I Ban. dlffereiicD of uno goal standing be-' tween them. But all hopes the Al- might have entertained hi re- gard to copping the contest were shattered completely In the scconil round. The Thunder Bay champions started off like a house afire aoii ran aoal-geUfng mad, relating to ease up. until ther had Bbovert the puck Into the Letbbrldge net on sovea dillercnt consecutive occasions to taho a lead and put tho game on Ice. Again in the third frame, the Port. William trlba added sljc raoro goals to their total and allowed their opponents to sink tho twine but once. Tast and snappy team play, com- bined with artistic stick handling and of aggressiveness, decided Iho Goal Summary Hacquoil from Arm. strong. Boucher, William, Turner from Arm- strong, Second Period William, Turner from Arm- strong, William, Armstrong from Fraser, William, Flanagan, William, Turner, William, Fraser, .25. William, Flanagan from O'Neil. William, O'Xell, Third Period gamo in favor of tho Fortg. Vets Not In Condition i To lessen the discredit of tho Al-' bertans, however. It must be mention- ed that the VeLi had been vithout Ice for sii und wero far from be- I'IIK In Bhaps for such tBMle, tnt even if the Coal City ag- gregation had gone Irarelling at Iho (op of form It is doubtful they would have held tho speedy Thunder crew, who displayed plenty o'. bMdvork asu gate, a pretty good ox- .falbltlon at the sii man McTehjne pstmp a ntellar exhibi- tion in the Fort William nets and wan ustated by Fraser and Flanagan .who formed r. nifty defense. Flana- gan one pf the best men on tho and. checked and nished In deadly and fibred prominently In getting. Armstrong at ccnlrc a first claM account of hi slick handliDg and shooting of a hijb order. O'Neil and Hacquoll wero effective o (be wings', and combined nicely Armstrong In the snappy two aid three men rushes lhat featured the Fort WHIIanl attack. Turner and Bran .were valuable subs. Boucher Lethbrltfge Star Reginald Boucher was the host of LethbrHg" KogBio htld down tbe btg Job on th'o defence nnd I >t FOUIO valuable stealing, ho engineered many laBgerooi trips up Iho Ice and cave th( Tbonder Bay defence some .trou-1 kle. Ted Turcotte lit moch in the but tbc rrai Of tho team did not display shulr real showing mRnllesl loss of siay- taf powif and condition from their to get the requisite Ice pyac- Thn n Turcolte, Fort William, Armstrong, William, Flanagan, William, Turner, William, Ilyan, 16-iFort William, 2i. William, Armstrong, BASKETBALL CHAMPS OF SOUTHERN LEAGUE J.'Hendrie jl, J. Chive! 25c, J. Fid- Jack HIM Jack Holllngiworth LETHBRIDGE TAXI FOURTH AVE. REAR OF PALACE CONFEGTIONERY, 24 HOUR SERVICE Cardslon is AH Enthuaed Over Prospects of Edmonton-., Browning Contest bo playing on public is still behind them. I9IET PACIFIC (From Our Own Correspondent) CARDSTOX, March Cards- ton fans arc keenly interested In the forthcoming basketball contest be- tween Edmonton and Browning, Is evidenced by the numerous telephone] calls being received by Manager i Coombs of the local gymnasium. The entire dislrict is enthused over this game, which promises to be the great- est exhibition of the year. Tlie Browning boys are In the pink of condition tor they have Just finish- ed a hard season, winning 27 out of 25 games played. Those who have seen them In aeiion, state that they arc real travelers and will make things interesting for the northern Invaders. Edmonton, on Ihe other hand, has been recognized ns one of the great- est strongholds of Imsketball In .West- ern Canada, and team from the Alberta capital that has ever gone on has been preceded by1 a reputa- tion and has striven mightily to up- hold II. Is University among tho with the Montana champions, i alely get In touch will, William Foran, Tt Mmonlon boys .m at pre-eil' cu" a to returning from a lour tn Wnnl gepi.w returning from a tour to where.they defeated an All-Star team 33-13. Since leaving their homo lown Ihcy havo had several fast games, i M i i lnim ?5' n- MO. H. J. Skeliii .hitter taking Claus Van Nek, the Hoi-, ii me local team 510, A. C. Uaworth f 5. lander, for a partner. Kaiser will norne noor. Tho Colonial Thentre Dr. Gibson ?10, hook un'with Freddie Hill, nnd Hanley u D- McNab J5. Gco. Addison ?5, B.I with Marcel! DupuV ton and then will probably jj McNeil J5 W D Klnir n n give their time to >prne other, forni of Emeno S5, A Dunbar ?5 C G Ross a.' the T. M. C. W; E' Bryan5 ?5''K' partner, Godivfef, because the lalqrs to the lorals that ?lf j Loulher ?Zt c. j. Divino latter rcfusStl to go nfler tho 51.000 and J. A. Koseworn ?3, C. Brlgsjs for a stolen lap at the start, G. Shirley T. II. Blackburn 51. Tiie changes will make tha Held; more cvcnlj- balanced, as tho sprinters; are mised with Ihe "plugsers." DC lluyler tallied at riding with his ov- W. S. Russell ?1. 0. H. ring to wait until later In the week. A five-mile open raco for profes- Harding ?1, W. II. Murray J2, .1. C. sionals has been" added'to tho "sprint! Aird ?2, A Veteran Jliller ?1. P. j card lor Saturday night, when three] LethbridgC: nulnbes will bo Egg vs. Goullet, Kraemer -vs. Spencer.' Co-i Egan 52, W. richer 51, Jewelery Co. ?l. E. JI. Carson ?2, K. D. Johnson ami the Buj'sz-Spelssen team vs. Wcstbrook Bros. ?2, JlcLean Transfer i bourn and Kopshy. McKlllopand Co. Clllzens Lum-l her Co. W. H. Smith ?1, Gordon Mrs, 7 P. Craig, or- Montreal, rtaugh-1 {1, H. Rosa 82, Slarland Theatre 52, [ter of Genera! Sir David Watson, of Beit Jloora ?5, Veterans ?5. Quebec, was a, 'flu vio'im. Will Request President Patrick to Ship Phiyers East 'As Soon AsiPossible OTTAWA, a meeting last financiers and mailing arrangements for Uio Stanley serics acalnsl'llie Pacific Coast which have kept them In great shape. TO FIGHT TONIGHT On FrHay evening Ihey will play Iho champions, and If a win Is no dout-t a inrge number city" will accompany (From Onr Own Co HAYMOND, March Thc gamo from lho that will decide the champloratiip of thein !n Cardston. thfi Southern Alberla Mlgh ychool league will too Friday nlglit In tho opera houso between the Cards- u- Si TRAPSKOOTER FOR OLYMPIC GAMES .._..... YORK, March d.-J. Clark. night affair promises to bo a Ramp Worcester, Mass., was elected whlcb will ho long remembered. Uolli "f I lie (r.inshootlng learn to 1 j teams are understood to bo 'Irllllut; tho United States at Iho hard and they will be In Ideal cnnill- at the mecllns yes- tlon for tho grill Friday night. Tliero of the executive commltlce ol an appeal tupiJBtlng thu bill Intro- la a preliminary game between two tne "iiorlran Trapshnotcrs' Assocta- dncctl In parllaiilFnt to prevent coupon girl's learns, which In itself Alltf'cl n spi-clal committee, !icltir..i; on (ncitball meals, lo show While the Otlawas do not wish lo count their chickens bo'ore Ihey are hutchctl. they realize that tinio la sliort iinj none can be lost if tho games are to lake place. It was iinatiimounly decided lo re- miest Presiilcijt Patrick, of She Pacific League, to send his champions cast at tlie earliest possible dale. AMOUNTS BET ON FOOTBALL LV ENGLAND; NEW LAWS LONDON, March Canadian football association In an appeal tupHBtlng thu hill Intro- (iraw a Mg j ho will chooFc the other members of the to.im. ttce. Tho Albortflns nhowed kam play anii were badly off In Iron' ft the Fort William nets. They miss low golden cUancet to perfora1.'. BROWNING MAY COME I.cthbrldgo may see (he champion Montana group of basketpnilers .Monday .night. Such Is Ihe Information k'lven lo The Herald this ninmlns. Arrangements are not complet- ed but will be It Is expeclc'l by tomorrow. The local boys are In thn pink of condition for their fcame tonight with tho Edmon- ton ngtrrpgallon and nrft c.x- pccilng a largf, turnout. NEW SWIMMING RECORD I March r, Marli! IIIHcgas. I'hil.vlrjlphla, broiie Ilio Amerlran KW-yard lireast-zlroks rctorci for wnmfn, here last nigh', by uimiins! ihi; Midrllo A. A. ciiaiii'ilniDhlp. Ilt-r time was on.; mlnuto setonds. The old lime was the extent of Hie practice at present, stales tliat In a recent rnltl at N'ow- casMo the police seizcil 61.52S tilled up wiupOfiF largely for six pence jud siiiliings. In four inuiiilis one firm uiri'In bets nmrinn'lng to iiciiriy .C2''.ipii> :md m.ido (his Fimtnint yearly in proIiH. McOOORTY BEATEN March Mc- Ooorly, the American light heavy- weight, was defeated tonight in thf thirteenth round of a bout held in the linlborn Sladliim, by Frank (lotl TheMostPopular Recreation P. C. H. L, STANDING Mirch The Pa- cific liockoy Aseociallon standing is follows: Club Vancouver 'f t 'J 't ft -'t ei an EngHah boxer. Vl'ilcrlu Won. 11 9 fl Id 1U .471 rHERE are never quite enough STETSONS to go another instance of how alert men appreciate fine Style and thoroughbred JOHN B. STETSON COMPANY I'hilicMptiu, U. S, A. STETSON Dominion Bowling Alleys Bsitment, Dominion Bldg. Kntrance on Sixth Street. ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418FifU1SLS. ANYTHING IN Electric Welding CAR REPAIR1NO Uwford Weldm? 2nd Opp. Phont 1944 We Have Installed a Full for Repairing AUTOMOBILE RADIATORS Can handle all makog of Expert Hot Afr Furnace Week FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet Metal i 6th St. South Phono ;