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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SET THE LETHBMDGE DAILY Hftn MONDAY. MAHCH 7. 1921 BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManos VOO ORDtR FOR ME BEOU'oF. I HAVE WHfd' I WANT A VARIETY OF] FOODS to satisfy the keen appetite or temiit tie poor appetite. You'll always leate feolinf and SILVER GRILL BLAIRMORE GAINS EDGE ON OKOTOKS SERIES WONDERFUL NET GUARDING BY RHYNAS, BLAIRMORE GOALIE, HOLDS OKOTOKS KIDS TO 1-1 TIE IN THE ALBERTA SEMI-FINALS Aside 40 Shots to Help Team on Small Blairmore Should Win at Team Game and Roots Hard for Pass Champs. tn the Herald t (By HARRY SCOTT) CALGARY. Mar. 6. Blairmore and Okotoks played to a icore in the first of their home and home garnet, Allan Cup elim- ination series, at Okotoks Satur- day night. The champions of the Crow's Nest league, therefore, should cop the round as the record game will be at Biairmore early this week, providing ice is Available. If not Secretary Bartn of the Alberta Amateur Hockey association will order the game to be played in Calgary. As can be fully realized by the score, the contest was a historic one. It proved to be equal, if not superior, to any game played at Okotoks. Both teams realized 'the match means to them. therefore both took the ice with deep determination to emerge victorious. This crowd, the largest ilint has at- tended a hookey gama in Urn Oil care of by Rhynas while Harbour and Turner were working overtime help- ing him to clear. II was the most drtlliont goal keeping that the writer has witnessed tills During the first halt' of the second period it might be for the home of that well j Okotoks youngsters, encouraged by known sportsman. George Hoadley.. tiieir ardent and enthusiastic fans. M.P.P.. has a team of youngsters that are well worthy upholding. One player is but 15 years of age. and all j the others but a former IBoumlary star, are 17 years (and under. They have a small inu very comfortable rink to play in. ami I if they can be kept together another .year or.two will b? heard from in Allan Cup hockey finals. 1 Okotoks Works Hard i No team ever wurked with greater determination than Okoloks did Sat- SPmriNC ffLiraffr i ii..ai THE TRADING SEASON The merry trading days have The jayest of tbe When magnates meet and throw the bull, And (igure methods queer: Kach magnate tries to rob his pal. To work flimflam Aud when the smoke clears up, the clubs Remain about the same! made a consistent attack on Rhynas. The only time that Blairmore Had E.lch tries to hij s lvined stock possession ot the puck was J whe worn.out birds; they would shoot or bat it up tbe ice Am] thejr wortn hl glowlng Blairmore Fans Jcyfnl Over Wto; Game With Okotoks On Tonight With brilliant, dazzling words! They talk, and talk, and talk. City, helped make the ?anie what it unlay night. for a victor, They fought streimonsly bni in vain, the entire to the sides. Blairmore Lucky Ulan-more were, very fortunate to secure a tie seoro. as Okotoks in tbe first period lost a goal when the, goal j judge raised his baud and immediate- And then they talk some :ly changed his mind. Again In the But when they're done. seeom! period. Rodgers skated the stity lenpth of the ice. and the puck evaded just where they were the IHairniore goal keeper. The goat and Blairmore Now Defenders Herald-Journal Cup, ByLethbritaLiMtYatfr (From Our Owu BLAIRMORE, Mar. fans of Blairmore and district are naturally wearing the big smile these days and the smile broadens waen one nftit- tions the result ot the bridge game whicli was held at t'al- i gary on Friday night last. mint now give Blaiimore tie credit of having a real hot-key team and one that is living up to tbe expectations and fully justifying the backing: ot the fans who placed their full' confid- ence In them when they started out to get the championship of. the Crow's Nest Heckay which they hare mow attained, and uoaalbly the Her- ald-Jtourial cup. treat fight that the put at Cal- gary naturally throws more credit on the Blairmore seiUt (or having wou the fame and while we feel very. sorry that Lattbridje is now ob- liged to loom their bold of the Her- ald-Journal cap we are naturally high- ly pleased that It was the Blairmore boys The beat them In the running. Blalrmoiw. although feeling stiff and from the effects of Friday night's game, went on to Okotoks on Saturday night asd trom all reports they had the best of the game there although OkotoVs were fortunate enough to even the score In the last period and the game resulted one all. mor( the players! viduky claim taken in shooting, went 'for no' was. A big gathering always adds to j Rhynas Clears 40 Shots the gaiety of the occasion, whether it I Okotoks had by far the -.better of be a hockey game or social (unction, i iha territory play, and first nod the spectators ilid their part to eight minutes of the second c nicety. I bombarded tlie Blairmore defence at Okotoks is hockey crazy, and well I in fact, forty nhoU weiv taken .Judge declared a goal, but Referee sixty nimni.v. and that did not I overruled. The puck re- win and (to it wltu a one-slued score lo Ule R is can be, attributed to lack m u ,L lh although the maior- ience. and the vomlertul deletiee put j Uv of up by the llUtinnore .trio. Barbonr. i Turner and Ithynas. 'in their Vhi'le the W-.urmore plavers claim! ness to locate the net. the Okotoks tnat (hf.v forwards wrre over anxious'and shot: after shut tlK'.t might'' hare rthynas, if a Kitle time had small ic ithat on the the writer is of the opinion _ narrow ice was a benefit to i them, especially so far as Barbour and it. j Turner were concerned, as they were better able to use their book check, Barbour especially laying down and covering half the width of the ice. Okotoks Team A tough job: Getting of Jack Koarna. a forfeit out Harold iMcNakbPuts Crack in Season s Record At ABeys Hangs Up 280 Score By Filling Even in Second LIFE'S KNOCKOUTS ng softly upstairs at 2 A. M. THIS WEEK Pint Second Third, Booby COUPONS MUST BE CUT ALONG DOTTED LINE. ROLES GOVERNING THE COMPE- TITION ARE AS FOLLOWS: 'J Competitors must names of Hit: cl'Jb.-i ti iota and .cross out tin- If they consider ;i (Jrnv 4 Cc-iipons can -jniy I1 Spuriinff M1 'J'fi r( All monies riifHvy.i rned fn orizes. Tho ruttfrs "f Drizos will l Monday morniner fo -si-s, Of cornp iiuMished every V.V -mif? to sucr.-es-sful con immediately .rnfirmatlnn bv Athle t; In flu- first, i-t' nriiw ai" nimm? aiviount anil r tlist v oek's nUtinn- vlli lif; liijhftsi stei] or VI! must lit livarid to Tlie Herald rnirt- nl-.it Fridays. A TYiiJny post- marl; from potnvs outside anrt tne foYy for a youth. The rest of the players Maranville started a conspiracy. The pitcher was to pitch way wide; purfonnnd crc-ditahly. wn? ilie ntr star Smith, ilie Braves' third baseman, was far the aoiitherneiv. If hy had beeu j lo be'far off the base: naturally. Koush would take a big lead; Maran ville was to slip in behind 'Kouah, Ti-a gesser, who was was to uiiike a lighMiins the un- suspecting Itoiish would ho caught a j block. Smith walked off third; Rousli playins rinly a fair irame, instead of it brilliant onn, Okoioks would have run up a Me counL Harbour and Tur- ii'T we brilliant nit the clet'eiine. hut th'iy woro checked too clopely ID much headway up tin; ice. t'luirlie Graham ur-ii in centre. wem halfway riin.-n the ]ine; Rudolph i wmlc P-mu ularly in the i pitehert, wtde Maranville ran over second penod, playcQ u mighty good ,u TragesBer, hold-) iny the bali and corrugating his puzzl- ed brow, hhouted to the was I to do .Rabbit: brand of hockey. Lethbridge Pulls for Blairmore Mernlirr.-; of lhe team who had lost to IMainnore here la--t i Friday stopped at Okotoks i to set- Mie game. Any ill feeling that j may have crept up benvccn these j Hert lies ,the body of Burton Tbe rifle had a forgotten SOME EPITAPHS The Dominion alley record of 278 for Ufton was brokfn on Saturday whtn Harold Mc- Nabb added two pine to total making 280, He off with a strike in tht ffrtt a in the second, and thai) Bflt strikes in a row, fttiltliing thi game. It was the ap- proach to a perfect game thli iff- The score X X X X X McNab ..20 40 70 1CO 130 180 XXX XXX 190 220 250 280. Wilf. Kennedy the unfor- tunate victim of big tCQre> and he rolled 179, enough to win an 'ordinary game. Row Sloan still has the record for all at the Dominion allfyi, Hto high score was 290. Tonight the Coca and Giants meet in a regular sched- uled league game. Both will have their on deck and good KOTOS BhoiihJ result, HOCKEY RESULTS OTTAWA8 1, CANADIENS 0 MOXTREiL, March 6 all the dope, the-Ottawa Senators de- feited Canajlens 1 to 0 hare on Saturday night In the last scheduled game of the N. H. L. season he ST. PATS 4, HAMILTON TORONTO, Patricks stayed In the of th? N'. H. I. chiiinpionship race for the second half. here Saturday night, by defeatlnj Hamilton 4 to S. Tomorrow nlsht In Toronto, St. Patricks, and Canadleus will decide the winners of the second half of the schedule and the team that will play off with Ottawa for the lea- gue championship. Football Contest Opens Up New Chance For Fans to Win Money I teams during the Crow's league Feasnn sure waa forgotten Saturday. for tile LothbridKe boys were pulling 1 1'ur Biairmore. H was great sports- mansliip on thoir part. lilairmore arored attor -six niinntfta' play in tile first Tnr-! ner doinc the trick on an individual j mill the lons-'tll of the ice. Play was fairly even tbe remainder of' per-' iod, both soal keepers i of work to do. j Rhynas' Work Dazzling j Brit there was nnlv li-ulu on ice in tbe second ;.nii Mint was; I Ilkolnks. How Ihe." eonlil att.ifk so ciin.-isteiith. and 1'ail to -siore i-. iillil llow Ubynas oil' Kn i inai'y Kllut.s is jnsl iis nillcli a> Okutoks also luul a sbiide oi' tbe j j ill the tllird pei'lod. and nrjied on ity flteii' supporters, they finally scored j to make the ccmnt 1 1. Curiously! ienciigli. Tosh, the yoit'isster wbo Here rests John Green, a dry law vic- He had no bocze when a rattler nick- ed him. of Thomi We mourn the virtues His vest was red, and an old bull saw j it. i j Robert Jordan of Seaton Delaval TeHm in Old Country is Injured Let's hope in regard to Jared Trout, That he went there is some cJoubt, Rocks on Oh where the mountain, fish the. (T-'rom Our Own Correspondent) IlBLLKVl'K, Mar. of tlic Bolleviifl wbo went overseas with the and went through the war, but who doclded to stay In the Old Country whou be got bis dta- tbe tout who tipped dead Charge, Is Robert Jordon. Before hia enlistment he was one of the bright football players of Bellovue. While in England he has been playing ball JOHN FEARS NOTHING I for the Koal oil a long side i X'Jllle Kayo. jsliot. tlie puck lllttiilfc' Ubynas" skates! land solus through, chalked up bis I Lopyngiit National Newspaper .first of the season. Service i believing that tbey could down Okotoks their own ice, 1 ed c.mti-m lo play a defensive KIIIIH: Hi-' iiarf of tin1 linal period, to Keore dou'it. Married, at Ky., John R. i and has met with a mishap and the Htralds for sale by our newsboys in all cities nncl towns lav lit tnlna and by our agents in the following towns: I Williams; Pharmacy: CAL- QAHY Hli and News Co.. Lr.hor News Agencies, Naticn.il, I Stafld; Alexander Cigar Store; Drug a T. Faunch; Cigar Tosll FERHIE__E. Harper Cigar Store; M. McCatie; GREATi'l'iiui FALLS, Mont__Globe News Co.; MEDICINE Bros.; MANY- i Pharmacy; Pharmacy: MILK f Molr; Wbitworth, A. D. Ferouson: Sorenson: PINCHER A. Tucker. R. F. H In ton; G. Ibetson Druj Store; J. Ritter, :i Drug and Stationery Co., L. T. Westlake; King.: Dallas Hotel, Alexander Hotel Cigar) Cigar Store, People's Drug Store, North Lethbridgt, and G. G. Lineup of OkotoUs fenind (Jllb-iul 'Jury. i'-ir.-t I i; inilillh'S. Second period "I'ltird jieriod: minutes. Di'fcui i- Defence Centre 11. Wine U Sub .Sub .-c. Carl Blairmore j __ llhynasl I'urtlcr IJarbour Craham Coddurd N'iilpravo Hcott' 101 K-ndall, Cal-l I Hlairmorr. Turner, No score, a Okotok.'i, Tosh four Montreal Will Hew About Big Bout Today NEW YORK. Mar. promoters interested In holding the proposed DempttyCarpentler championship fight at Montreal were here today to get Bickard's answer to their offtr of They have Mt July 2nd as a date for the bout. C. F. Gra- ham, representing tht Canadian! interested In the match, said he would be able to tatllfy Rlckird that the bout could be held in Montreal. afjcompanying Item from ao Old Country iJapor will eiplaln itself; Unlucky Footballer ''Wliilal playing at Klondyke. Cramlington, in the Tynemouth In- rirmary n'up tie, on Monday, January Robert joraon. of the Seaton team. Kiistafnerl a serero lacer- utlon of thu knee, caused thrqnib. [aiiins upon some broken glaia, whlia i subsequently developed ilto "lie is now on the rpad to re- 1 co very, and towardu recowptDslUji hint for long of work a Biini of hH8 been subscribed. "A brilliant player, be had the dis- tinction of holding tbo club's highest goal average up till tho time of his accident." Set for March 23 Special Juvenile Classes Are and District Championships City and district open boiing chain- plofeshlp will hs held at the Majestic theatre on March 2Srd neit. All weights are open to 'hona-flde ama- teurs. Attention IB called to tbe re- servation of three weights, paper SO Iba., fly 100 !bs.. bantam 115 Ion., for j juvenile competitors of public and high schools. Competitors over the age of 17 yearJ will com- pete iu thq senior class. All weights arc open. 'Entrance fee free. Gentry forms and all particulars may be had I from Mr. Kirby, boitlng Instructor, I Y.M.C.A., or T. Lush. 207 5th Ave. I city. All competitors will be allow- ed training facilities and advice free from Y.M.C.A, Instructor upon re- ceipt of entry JTorm. The following men will receive in a few days their medals from the last contest: L. Workman, winner lb.: Thompson, winner 135 lb.; B. Tilloch, winner 145 lb. KERNAN UP WITH SASKATOON SASKATOON, Mar. Kernan. thft popular socenit baseman of the Saskatoon Quakers, is the first man to be signed up by the local ball club for the 1921 season, It was announced today. One hundred and lifty dollars will he the prize for this week's Her- alft-Kootball Competition. That is not the only feature. A boohy prize will be awarded, it is a good prize at that. Ten dollars is the amount sec aside tor it. So if you are out of luck on the rail big money you will have a chaiHic at the (10 prize. That divides the prize money this week Into four. The. first, as stated above being the second and the third J35. These are nil prizes well worth trying for and they reflect popularity the comnulilion is now- enjoying. They show a steady growth for several weeks past apd it is the hope of the management that next week the prize money will exceed IS75. The increase In the prize money this week la Oon't forget no entries will be en- tertained after the football results commence to arrive Saturday. The hour of nioe o'clock in the morning haa'bsen set as the last minute to gci your entries hi. Up to that time they will be accepted in the front office of the Herald or in tiie boi at the door before the office opens. However do. not leave this off until the last minute. Dot your entries ill uurly and be., on the safe side. Gets Harry Hooper of Red Sox on Way to Texas Training Camp ALLAN CUP SERIES UNDER WAY TUESDAY :j second period: Tosh mini., Turner I third pe.rlod: TMk 3 INDOOR SKATING MEET (UnC.VllO. Mar. interna- tional amateur indoor apml ykaithK chAmplonihipe have been awarded to tbe DuqnniM Gardens, U was announced today. will he hold Mtruh H and 1C. TORONTO, Mar. series of (tamet to decide a winner to represent the dJt.A. In the Allan cup ellmina- tfcn ierle< will get under way to Borrow nlgbt tt Toronto. It Is poisible that the scries will he aud a winner decided In allow successful team to lea-re on March 16 for Winnipeg where the nnals will be played for tha Allan cup. It Is possible that the east- ern representatives will not bo nble to reach before the week of March 21. Much depends on how soon the champions Of the Quebec amateur hockey association and the champloul of the Ottawa district lea- can play oft for the right to meet Ontario winners.'which may be either UnlTaraltr of Toronto. S.ult Sit Mtrle or Qalt. Cliicasn, Mar. "KM" Gleaaod, manager of tuo Chicafro White Sox, today is ou bis war to the training camp in Texas, to begin the. task of re-builtiinj the club which was broken up following the baseball scandal of last year. Ill his party aro tour catchers, sin pitchers, an fleldcr and an outfielder. Oleasou was greatly pleased the deal which was announced yester- day In which Harry Hooper, veteruu Boston outfielder, becomes.a .mem- ber of lhe club in 'exchange for John Collins and Harry Liebold, outfield- ers. Hooper, who is in California, bas been iiotlfied to join the club it training camp. Dick Kerr Signs PARIS, TEXAS, Mar. 5. Dick Kerr, star pitcher of the Chicago White announced today that ha came to terms with the White and will report on Sunday. Kerr i9 re- ported to have received a bonus ot JI..5DO for signing his contract. Smoke For bett rtiultt, bay in large package! PHONS U( ;