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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX i UK LKTHimmuK DAILY HERALD TUESDAY. MARCH t, BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McHanus MY HOW OtO IN THE I THE CORNEP A VARIETY OF FOODS lo satisfy the or tempt the poor Tou'll always laave fwjlinp pleased satisfied. SILVER GRILL OKOTOKS PLAYS AT BLAIRMORE TO-NIGHT FINAL GAME FOR THE SOUTHERN CHAMPIONSHIP TO BE STAGED ON HOME ICE OF THE CROW WINNERS HOCKEY RESULTS Ice at Blairmore Good and the Champions Should Hare the Edge Whether Blairmore or Okotoks will meet the winner of the Cam- rose-Carstairs play-off for the in- termediate championship of the province will be decided tonight at Blairmore when the Okotoks team will clash with the of the Brow's Nest loop, and defenders of the Herald-Journal cup. The second game of the series is billed for Blairmore ice tonight and the Ice Is in the pink, accord- ing to word received by the Herald from Manager Chappell of Blairmore champions. All hockey fans in this loop are pulling for the Blairmore sextet to win, In or- der that they may meet the north- ern champions in the game promises to a hard fouaht affair, but Blairmore should have the edge, playing on their own Ice. It is likely that the Canmore- play-off will be settled within a couple of days, there be- ing only ane game to play. Can- more hat a lead of three goals as a result of the game played at but Carstairs has not been beaten on their own ice in a league this winter and are hopeful of being the winners of the round. This week, therefore, srcould see the series for the intermediate championship pretty well out of the way, and the senior and inter- mediate winners will then clash to determine the final resting place of the Herald-Journal mug for the next year. Finals For Allan Cup WINNIPEG, Mar. arrangements for the Allan Cup elimination series to be played in Winnipeg were announced President Sterling of the C. A. H. A. this morning. Port Arthur and University of Saskatchewan play March 10 and 12 and the Mani- toba champions meet the winners March 14 and The finals will be staged March 19 and 21 be- tween the western and eastern winners. The annual meeting of the C. A. H. A. will be held here March 10. SONNETS OF THE GAME A rookie, who said he could bat. j Asked a contract for six thousand flat- I Then the manager spoke, j And the air filled with smoke. While the rookie went out on his hat! Vancouver 5; Victoria 0 VANCOUVER. Mar. defeated Victoria 5 to 0 hero tonight in 'the last scheduled 'home game of Giants Turkev Out in First Clash the Pacific Coast Hockey association season. With ihe loss of the game went Victoria's chances of figuring in tho play-off for tho championship. 12; Hamilton 5 Rolling 900 to Win Bv Three I A club which much needed a hitter, j Signed a oh, Fate is bit- j For lie chopped wood in winter. Spiked his hand on a splinter, Aid was shelved 'ere the robins could i !ellf T" 'f V-vo twitter! they could do being S20 m each The Coca Colas wore a: their in the 10 pin league last night at the Dominion, ailoys. and took the odd amo from the Giants. After taking tho. first same with 900 pins the Glan SEVEN NEW MANAGERS THIS YEAR IN MAJOR LEAGUES Ty Cobb and Tri. Speaker Will the Only Playing Bate- ball Club Step Out of Managerial for Executive NEW YORK. Mar. of the approved generally ty Chicago OTTAWA. Mar. rejuvenat- sjxteen CIUDS jn the major leagues, tans. Evers gained, fame on bestUd Senators confident as a result in Rational and four in the the diamond while playta? with ths their last Saturday's win over Cana-1 American will take the field for the Cuba, having joined the- tauin in. 1902. diens in Montreal, indulged in a scor-i 1931 campaign under the leadership He became the regular second baao- Ing bee at the expense of the Hamil-'j new managers The opening of man the next year and continued in ton Tigers tonight, winning 12 to 5., every baseball season finds St. Pats 6; Canadiens 4 TORONTO, Mar. one or new managers, but it is a A youth of the pitching profession. Was a -least, by confes- But liis start in the league Caused both wrath and fatigue, For he walked seven guys in succes- sion! Patricks I long timc sjnce has been such general shakeup among the Held that position to the end at the 1913 season. In the latter- season he auc- ceeded Frank L. Chance as manager and lasted one year. .was rrant- game. The Coca Colas got IS87. S90 won championship ot the second L and S5S for the three sanies, a total half of the N.H.L. tonight by defeat- generals of the major league cluba. ed his unconditional releiue.and of 2S45. ing. Canadiens 6 to 4. Incidentally] with all the changes of leaders that j ed with Boston, became capUin ot the team and was big factor In the The first game was the closest of they earned the right to meet Ottawa fam from year to year in the play-off for the N.H.L. honors there are two managers who stand out which carry with it privileges of meet- prominently in the history of baseball the scries so far. The Coca Colas were leading right up to the last frame, when the Giants came from behind and nosed Them out by three pins. For the winners Shover and Smith were the stars, tho former got- ting for the three games and Smith i getting 22ti for high individual. The ing the winners.of the Pacific coast league for the Stanley cup. BRAVES OPEN SPRING because of their long service with their respective Mack of the Philadelphia Athletics and John J. McGraw of the Now York Giants. Mack has led the Athletics TRAINING, GALYESTONI since they entered the American Lea- COCA Schweitzer I Needs Smith j Liscombe Shover Red roses only last a red I noses often last a lifetime 1 2nd Ilia 145 174 1S5 221 3rd Tot i GALVESTOX, Tex., March 5 'raining season ot the Boston (3j__ 4gj i Nationals will open here this after- jgX__ -Q_ i noon when Manager Mitchell's battery- 53! [men assemble for their initial warni- 5'V1! uf- Mitchell, accompanied by Pitch- i era Morgan. Ceouey. McQuillan and Braves' success 'of 1314. After Brers' year as manager of the Cuba, O'Day, the veteran umpire, Roier Bresnahan and Joe Tinker each wir- ed a year and then came the four year tenure of Fred Mitchell. The Philadelphia will be .....__________ managed next season by Bill Done- hag won six pennants! van, who will be the third manager and three world's championships. Me-! since Pat Moraa was released. Moran Graw became manager of the Giants in 1902, and like Mack, has piloted his was succeeded by Jack Coombs, who gare way in mid-season of tho LADY GOLFER SAILS FOR ENG- KBW YORK, Mar. AJexu Sterling, of Atlanta, Ga., Canadian and United States champion, will sail for England tomorrow where she will attempt to win the British cham- pionship. 275.00 THIS WEEK First Second Third, Booby COUPONS MUST BE CUT ALONG DOTTED LINE. PULES GOVERNING THE COMPE-' T1T10N ARE AS FOLLOWS: 3. competition will be called Hera'I Football Competition. 2. Competitors will be entitled to s.3 many entries as desire, provided each-entry is accompanied by twenty five cents, and toupona to the uuiu- ber of entries. t- Competitors must cross out the of the clubs they think will lose cros.s out tha names 01 boilj. if they consider a. draw will result. 4 Coupons can only be secured ironi the Sporting Page of The Herald. 5. All monies received wit! be re- turned in prised. Thi amount find numbers of prizes TVIU tm published Monday morning for that weeU'd pn-mes. Results or' competitions will be published every Wednesday ana i cheques to successful competitors will I be mailed immediately on of confirmation bv tlie j 6. In case tho first, second or- Uib.'i prizes are divided among two ur r.ion- prize winners. The Herald the right to rearrange that competitors with the hiijtu-.-M number of correct pji'ecaKts will ,-eive the highest 7. Ail entries must be posit'-'.! or de- livered to The Herald before mid- night on Fridays. A Friday post- mark from points outside of the city of Lfithliridge will be considered a3 containing n legitimate entry. 8. The und Address of the fompetltw must he clearly marked on each coupon. 9. Stamps must not be uaed as pay- ment for entries. 19. All must addressed to the Editor. Football Cuinpetitlon, The Herald. Lethbridpf. 11. The Sporting Kilter's decision will flnal. 13. of Tlii- lieruld urt barred from the competition. ENTRY FORM GAMES TO BE PLAYED SATUR DAY, MARCH 12TH FIRST DIVISION Aston Villa vs. Huddersfield. Bradford vs. Derby County. Chelsea vs. Sunderland. Liverpool vs. Middlesboro. SECOND DIVISION Bristol City vs. Birmingham. Bury vs. Leeds. South Shields vs. Blackpool. Port Vaie vs. Leicester. THIRD DIVISION Merthyr vs. Southampton. Millwall vs. Queen's Park R. Newport Grimsby. Southend vs. Reading. SCOTTISH LEAGUE Albion Rovers vs. Queen's Park. Clyde vs. St. Mirren. Hamilton vs. Raith Rovers. Hearts vs. Airdrieonians. I tutor the Herald Football Com- petition in accordance with the rules and conditions announced above, and agree to accept tue pub- lished decision as final and legall; binding. In Frequent Eruption Mr. Aetna. John VcGraw. Vesuvius. Measlts. John Evers. Kilauea. Chicken-pox. Jack Kearns. Freestone Hopper Sloan Nelson Irwin S97 UIANTS 1st 2nd 1G8 ICI! 109 399 -'OS 1511 890 it; s 172 147 ;ird 14S 198 lliO- 53a 464 teams to penants. but has won campaign and was. succeeded .by GCT- the world's championship or.ly once, vy Cravath. The latter continued One of tho most notable changes! throughout year nert season aroons the managers for the coming I will be .with the Pacific Coast League. season is the appointment of Ty I Donovan was one of the beat, pitchers Cobb to lead tho Detroit Tigers as the in baseball during the pennant-win-, .successor of Hughey Jennings. The' "ins years of the Detroit 1 Tot 'Johnson, pitchers, and G. H. Gibson is f H it the Tjger3 after fourteen was at one timeymanager of the New and Catcher O'Neill, arriv- ed here today, and John Watson, Paul Johnson, pitchers, and G. H. Gibson is expected soon. Hank Gowdy, catcher, j years during which time he won York Yankees and last. year piloted 033 1'i'cher. arrived Satur- three' to become assistant to the Jersey .City team .of. tbe. New Inter- 52S Another contingent of Battery- Manage, McGraw of the Giants. What j national League. men will arrive Mitchell said. tomorrow morning, Cobi, aa u major league A A There a-e many things that make us tired, but is there anything more wearisome than a vaudeville perform- er addressing side remarks, continual- ly, to friends in tho audience? :iHO S20 AYedncsday night- the Herald and Coca Colas aro scheduled to roil, and on Thursday the Giants and Domin- ions. ager will be closely watched by the Q fans throughout the country. As a player he has won about every honor i THE LETHBRIDGE HOCKEY FIRST SPRING WORKOUT same affords with the exception TEAM _________ of playing on a world a championship ,j A A j, J team, and has been proclaimed by ail I ot tlle Sreatnst in the 11 don't know individually all the boys i National league baseball ,jt f nasebali Dy Bome the who played greatest. P BRAVES HOLD THEIR BOSTON, Mar. the Boston team had Sounds At the Opera i The opening and shutting of liniou- j sins doors. The frou-frou of silks and i the rustle of skirts, worn much longer than you see most oH 'em in day-time. j The noise of chatter and gabble in the i note of the star soprano. The boom- j j hoom of the bass, mingled with the i clang of the orchestra. The Eizz-sizaj of ialk in the boxes. The sh-sh oi the j plain people and the half-subdued call LIFE of "Shut np there and let UH hear the I The clash'of steel as the tenor i and the baritone cross spiny, Bparkly swords. The soft thud of the lulling curtain at the intermission. Aw, 's ['enough. Let's go somewhere! season yesterday at the chiKs train-! i ing camp at Galveston, Texas. With BURKE AND DICKSOft the.arrival of Dick Rudolph today, ll _________ j pitchers and three catchers will be at the uump arm the rosier will be full. YORK, Mar- Burke, infielder and Joe Dlckson, catcher, have been released by the New York Nationals to the Indliinap- Still is Great While Ty is not tho Cobb uf a lew years ago he still is a great player tnd it remains to be seen what effect, if have an; REVAMPED RED SOX NOW IN TRAINING CAMP the duties of manager will upon hia playing. Like Tris as day and will be used, it' is re yester- saitl, as u I But taken as a. whole the team was i good. j They did their best to win the game for Lethbridgc .and for sport. And if they failed they all did what they could. don't need much Intelligence tu realize the fact That both sides In the sport can't win the prize. But wltfm a bunch of men done their best to win the -game The ones who say they've lost ara players in the game, each drawing telling lies. Ark., where the club arrived yesterday i salaries both as players and manag-i 'of Vlng training, according to 'era. la addition Speaker is said to The men who keep on trying are lie- reeled here today. Pitcher i have received an interest in the Mar. revised edition of ilie Boston Red Sox its first i practice of the season at Hot Springs. 1 Speaker, manager of the world's cham- pion Cleveland team, Cobb will con- Linue to play centre field, and he and Speaker will be the only playing man- agers in the major leagues. They al- so are said to be highest paid 'active torsn coach for iniielders I j CMevelamf club for wYnning the first I Although they lose each prize that's New York American.'; with most of I battery acquired froiri the York j pennant and world's championship! m Americans in a recent trade, as veli i for the city. the regulars, prepared to jump I into strenuous training at Shreveport, La., today. Collins and Harry Liebold, j ADD NEW Manager Robinson of the Brook i tilc- Chicago TV m Nationals, was ut Xew Or- change tor H< whom the Red Sox obtained Another change of Trew I manager that Iy ]eaus today to start his squad. A number of tho regulars have reported. out for the first time today. Never Heard Of An Irish story In which the eiiarfii ters were not named Mike and Pat. ANOTHER SIX DAY BIKE GRIND AT N. V. CRICKETERS LIKELY TO ORGANIZE, COLEMAN Great Receivers Ray Schalk. Dust pan, Billy Kllkfer. Vacuum cleaner. Ivy Wfngo. Garbage Walter Schmidt. Junk pile. Between an Englishman ami a v.-nich would understand it joke flrcl.? j NEW VOHK. March "oiuycle teams including the 11 rat entry i seriously of starting I from Germany since the war. started i summer. (i.-'rom Our Owu COLEMAX. Mar. a num- ber of cricket enthusiasts are talking club for this White Sox in ex- ended a long .career of leadership on "ooper, will turn j the diamond was that of the Washing- ton club. Clark Orifflth, who has be- j come principal owner of the club. turned over the managerial duties to i hia able lieutenant, George McBride, for many years shortstop the team. Griffith managed the Washington club Of course we know of sore-heads who won't agree to this. To beat the other guy's what we must do. The one who makes the other realize there's been a fight, And koeps him stepping all the tlniu to win Will always gain regard from those who 'sen both sides of life. It takes a man like that to lose and grin. Lor nine .years and previous to that j had served as manager of the Chi- cago White Sox, the Xew York Van-! So Blairmore needn t tnmk because kees and the Cincinnati club. Griffith I sue carried off the prize, now will devote all his time to the in the spring "sis-day race in Madison It looks as if it will materialize and executive business of the club of "llls' Square Garden which began at mid- that the devotees of bat and ball will, which he is president. MeBride began greatest houor that That all the spo.'ts are living in thb hills. ;night last night. The are: as soon as Egg and Vaiikampen. .Svv-itxerland-! at it. Holland; Alavaino-Aerts. France-Unite i States; Beryl-Leniiiy. France; MacXaniara- Piani, Aiisiralia-Italv; Vanbevur- conditions improve, be hard SOX TRAINER SIGNS Dr. Harry Stephenson. i last three yeans has been liwlviii'i his major league career with "Wash-1 which sne must be proud ayed ls tnat the toam sno contained 1 no "Nils." pla ington in and until a year or two Hugh Duffy, famous as an outfield- er and butter several years ago, will lead the Boston Red Sox as the suc- Kauffmanii. Belgium-Switzerland; Par-: for tiie physical welfare of White -Sox isot-Loonunl. France; Spencer-Thomas.; baseball players, will be with club liitter, who managed Great Games United j United cessor of Kdward (I. Rarrn-.v. the Ued The Sox Taylor-Smith. I the suine ruli again this tiuuimcr. three years, winning a and a States: Chapman-Lawrence, The signed contract of "Doc" was uru- Baseball. War. Polo. Politics. Faro. Marriage. United States I'lMfrttve-Reileus, Hoi-1 Rented by the doctor liiinuelf to Sen- reiary Harry (irabiner tho chili. Harry also received a sfmilar tlnru- ment from Cieorge Luea, catcher, v. ho Eirrived from Bethlehem, Pa. land; Grimm-Iiyrun, United States; Depanni-Keenan, France-United Stat- es; Hutt-ljorenx, Oermany. Many crooks really mean nothing but philanthropy. They want to give and towns and the cops enough exercise to reduce (their waistlines. BOBBY JORDAN WAS Bobbie Joriiaii, the unlucky font-1 _ bailer who mnt with serious injuries! Lethbridge Heralds for sale by our newsboys in all citie also on all trains and by our agents in the following towns: Williams; Pharmacy; CAL- j Copyright National Newspaper Service I tcvhis knee while playing in OldkColin- Hut Works and News Co., Labor News Agencies, National try football, as reported In News Stand; Alexander Cigar Store; Drug A. NEALE A HOLDOUT Herald, was for some years a popular j Book Co.; T. Paunch; Cigar Stores, II ARIETTA, O., Mar. his! and extremely clever member of the j Ltd.; Cigar Store; M. McCabe; GREAT j teammates on the Philadelphia. N'a-jS. 0. E. team ot this city. FALLS, News Co.; MEDICINE Bros.; MANY-: tlonals en route to Florida. Earle It will bn no surprise to his friends Pharmacy; MILK Xoale. outHelder, recently acquired hy, to hear the oW country press speak DelrM. was sentenced ii1" ulgllL fol. Attempting to rob the homo of A. S. Colby, Walkerviile. world's championship, is now business manager of .the New York Yankees. Lee Fohl. ;i Cornier manager uf tho Cleveland team, will the St. Louis Browns in succession to Jimmy Rurko, who has'signed as coach oE the i Red Sox. j In the National Changes of managers in the Xationul League involve the Boston, Chicago 111 order that one side may win the other's got to lose But losing in this case contains no shame The efforts that were maae hy nil must make them firmer friends And cause the public to respect the game. Pryor. 9th Ave. S. Smoke BIG WHISKEY SEIZURE SEATTLE, March hundred and ten cases of whiskey and the Canadian seine boat Night Owl were seized hy the harbor patrol here yea- and Philadelphia clubs. George Stal- terday. The crew escaped The Night lings, gave up the management of the I01" earned papers showing that Bhe Boston- Braves after eight years tokaa registered in 'Vancouver. F. A. Molr; Whitworth, A. D. Ferguson; Sorenson; PINCHER A. Tucker, n. F. Mlnton; G. Ibetson Drug Store; J. Ritter; Cincinnati lot him as a Inilliant player, tor i a holdout.-few in this, c-ty gave more promise'! was JMOO' of becoming a star than tho same i Drug and Stationery Co., L. T. Westlake; King.! difference between the salary offered Bobbie. Although only sixteen years' In Kennedy, Dallas Hotel, Alexander Hotel Cigar him and what he wanted ami that he I of age. he had the Judgment of a vet-.! Elite Cigar Store, People's Druj Store, North Lethbridge, and G. 0. would not play baseball unless Ills j eran and his shots nt goal were of the i Philadelphia from the lled.'i, remained here a; Xeale stated that there A Co. i. would n jflomaniff J Smoke a pipe and that "took nome Plopping." j enjoy TAB become president and manager of the, Rochester club ol! the New Interna- tional League. R is a coincidence that j jStallings will bo succeeded as manag-j er of tho by Fred Mitchell, who was his cltiet assistant and coacli when the Braves madb remark- I able allowing in 1914. Mitchell hag been of tile Chicago Cuhs for tho lant four yearn and piloted his clnh to National League pennant in mis. i He 'Will be succeeded by Johnny i jlivers, whose appolntmeni, has been j PHONE HI WriPTH ttHttf ;