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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THBLCTHBWIXWDAlLTIIilAU) WEDNESDAY. INARCH 9. Wl BRINGING UP FATHER HCU.TI I TWCT HE NOT LCAVC YHIt> AND VMfr AKY OF WJH 1 I'.- II A VARIETY OF FOODS to the keen appetite or tempt tbe poor appetite. Tooli always leave teellM and iatisned. nun emu EIGHTY-TWO PRIZE WINNERS THIS WEEK Blairmore And Okotoks Stage 2-2 Tie in Exhibition Game; Regular Game Protested Owing to Bad Ice BOWLING TONIGHT If op Game Will Be Staged Cilgmry on Thursday it is Likely "Blairtuure and Okoiuks plaved a on Blairmore ice last night in ths poortit exhibition of hockey seen on Blalmore ice this season. according to a telephone account re-1 by tbe Herald this morning. I The same was played under protest. Okotoks team entering a protest against the condition of the ice. Referee Martin and Judge of Play Carl Kendall of Calgary were the officials and they allowed the Okotoks protest, with the result that the game staged was only an exhibition affair, with all the pep taken out of it. yes- terday was fairly warn in the Pass and the hot SOB melted the ice along the north hoards, leaving gud in places. This made it too dangerooa to get tip any speed, onff the same was therefore a listless afair. It is understood that arrangements are Iwing made to hare the anal game of the round staged on Thurs- day evening in the Arena rink at. Cal- sary, anil an effort will be made by that time to have the Canmore-Car- round decided so that the win- ner of Thursday night's game may remain over anil play the Cantnore- Carstairs winner, thus deciding the Smoke The IMMM which far quality intermediate championship. Blairmore scored two goals in the first period before Okotoks got going. The Bret was by Graham, who caught rebound from Goddard's shot, and slammed it into the net. The second iras the result of a great lone rush on the part of Turner all the way up the boards. Okotoks got a counter before the period ended, making the score 2 I for Blairmore. The second period saw Okotoks even tip shortly after the bell rang, nuking the score 2 2. and from then on there wae no scoring. No overtiaae was played as nothing depended on the remit of the match. Oae thousand people aaw the ganie, but after the allowing of. the protest there was little pep in the rooters, i The result was such, however, that it is now practically certain that Blair- inore wftt have a covered rink next winter. This is tbe second time in the play down that Blairmore has been forced to go away from home to play the second game of a series after tleiag the score on the enemy's ice. TING. TING, TINGI upon the pitching hill. s down at j aud whizzinsi curves. And ruined all the sluggers' nerves- 1 made Babe iftith a. comic And alarm-clock had to I ring! 1 smashed a triple past first base. Nest time, a They sent big Alexander tie shot a high one. near my I drove it for the right-field heard [he ala'-avcloek's call! [irew thf fii.'ves f Fac-hi r me Jack Dempsry <1. His tremblin; knee Was shimmying before the Full wed lie knew my deadly right! I crossed htm with a toppling And blazes! Ting, ting, ting! I picked a long shot at the track, And placed thereon my golden Two hundred thousand, ready Fifteen to half-mile dash! He flashed home past the yelling And clock bins, tons. bong! The Coca Colas and Herald are scheduled to bowl In the city. 10-pin league at 7.30 to- night at the Dominion alleys. The Coca Colas are in the run- ning for the championship of the second halt of the schedule. and are out to take the Herald A A OH BOY! SPRING'S CAME ORANGE, Tenst, Mir. an exhibition game here yester- day, the Philadelphia American! defeated St. Louie Nationals five to nothing. LEONARD-KANSAS BOUT POSTPONED XEW YORK, March ment of the match between Benny Leonard, world's lightweight boxing champion, and Rocky Kansas of Buf- falo, scheduled to be held here March 17th, was announced to clay. A heavy cold has prevented Leonard from train- ing. HOCKEY RESULTS THE WORLD'S SERIES VANCOUVER, Mar. irorld's hockey series will start on OB 31. In the cowt Vmeouver mMte Seattle. Tiro canes wtll be played, here on and in Seattle Wednwday, Mirek 18. TotaJ goals decide the lairae. time Mixup TORONTO, March ap- pears to be name confuilon with re- gard to tie dates for Ule two games between Ottawa and St. Patricks in the N. H. L. play-off. The date for the game at Torbftto is annooaced as March 12. This date at the Toronto arena, however, already has aec- ured tor the second game between Var- sity and the. Son in the Allan cup elimination series ani hare already been sold. tl. BriiliTa 1; Gunnare 1 OTTAWA, Mar. thirty minutes overtime in water and almih failed to break the tie of one to in the Allan rrap came between 81. Brlgld'G and the Gunners here night. More Contest Fans In Money In Last Week's Competition Than Tliere Were Competitors Last Fall Michel, Tiber ud Lethbridfe Wiaaven Split the Big Inter-League Spring Training Games WiD Pit Majors for tbe Openers THIS WEEK First Second Third, Booby COUPONS MUST BE CUT ALONG DOTTED LINE. RULES GOVERNING THE COMPE- TITION ARE AS FOLLOWS: tnl 1 competition win lie called Tlie Hera' Football CompetiUon. 2. Competitors win be emiue-l to many entries la they detirc, prunitccl entry is by twentr- five centa, and cuuu'jua to tOfc num- ber of entries. 3 Competitors must cross out the names of thf clubs they think lose and cross out th" or boir- if they consider a tlra-.v result. 4 can only be secured from tilB Sporting Page of Tim Herald. 5. All monies rocMVfil will be re- turned in vriKS. Tho amount ami numbers prizes will be publitheu every morning for week a sumcs. RwiIUi nf competitio every an- to successful competitors wit: I b- nulled Immediately on receipt or nnrmatton bv Athletic In case Hrpt. second or thii.i divided aiyonjr two or mor.- nlze vrinriefK. Til-? IliM'ald tire rlrnl to rcavraJBB imzen ;.i Ihat romlKtllOM "1" holiest number of currwt will re- "riVfi Slight. 01 nM'-.e ''V. All entries noslsrl ur !o The Herald horore mid- ni-'ht on Fridays. A Friday post- mark from poim.-< mitnia.! of the city .It Lethbridge trill be considered as containing n entry. The name UTUl nl th.s competitor must be clearly marked on ecrh COUIMB. 3 Stamps must not be used w- inwit (or ID. All entries must be ad.Jrssai-d lo Editor, Football CompeUtlrjD, Tni Herald. Lethbridye. 11. Bportlnt Kditors decision will (Irnl- Employees tit The Herald HIT from tin ENTRYFORM 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 VR, Birmingham. Bury vs. Leeds. South Shields vc. Blackpool. Port Vale vs, Leicester. THIRD DIVISION Merthyr vs. Southampton. Millwall vs. Queen's Park R. Newport vs. Grimsby. Southend ve. Reading. SCOTTISH LEAGUE Albion Rovers Queen's Park. Clyde vs. St. Mirren. Hamilton vs. Raith Rovers. Hearts vs. Airdrieonianc. I cuter the Herald Football Com- in accordance with the i rules conditinus announced I nlinvn. am' apree lo accept the pub- luhprj ueiision as final and legally I "binding. I Sign eit........................... YOU BET! Excerpts from a mild and by Gen, Dawet; oentls A; Boi-ing shows for disabled veterans are all the rage these daya. Great stuff, escepting that when tho nght- ers and the employes are paid, and the More Than 70 Are Sch- is The List XEW TOnK. liar. spring exhibition games between UN clubs of the circuits will be in veterans! promoter takes bis, there ian't as tul1 within the neit tew days, much as one red nickel left for the baseball fans their frit oppor- I ttinity to compare the relative strength of the rival uennant combina- tions. The development of this feature of the southland trainlnc expeditions has made marked advance during ve- Which is the harder fite for a yvung sit on the bench year after year, or to be farmed out to a minor team till he la forgotten? Hegina, of the Ctnada League, has released a player named Tally. That club evidently doesn't care whether it scores any runs or not. High Point has released George Owl, thereby lowering its standard of wisdom. Galveston, wishing to have some life and laughter on the team, has reinstated Jim Jolly. TVTiiitever rltd becoma M Jimmy Lavender? Only six years ago he was called the iron man of baseball, and was thought so rugged that he'd last! a dozen now, oh is he'.' vs Philadelphia (NT March Charles. La.. Phila- delphia (A) vs St. Louis Dallas, Tei., Cleveland (A) vs N. T. GianU. Nev Orleana, New Tork (A) vs Brooklyn Hot Springs, Ark., Boston (A) vs PitUburg March Tei., Philadel- phia (A) vs St. Louis Bifhtv.lwo eonUsttnts got into the prite nioney ta week's Herald competition according to the list an- nounced today. This ti almost u many entered Ue whole competi- tion in the flrst week of the contest laat fall, and a very indication of the intense intereit being in the contest. Of the drst prtte winners, unmber- ing fire, one was from Taber, one from Michel and ttoree frow the city. In the second list there are So, the third rtaimel 52. Tie boohy this week in claim- tut ot attention and creating a lot ftrn. Had there been a booby last week a contestant by the name of "We Hope" would have cop- ped for he tnmed In a perfect no-score. He didn't hit a single game. So while life there's and there will be a lot trying to emnlate "We Hope' this week. Following Is last weeks list: The first nri.M 1125.00 for 12 cor- rect Is divided belweeu the following "HnHOLERS lilB UldUB HI HI A.CU ID- i :ent seasons. acaedulea show that i FttUttwwi Dallas, Tei, Cleveland (A) N. T. Giants. Kew Orleana, New Tork (A) vs Brooklyn Hot Ark., Boston (A) vs MIRTH PRODUCERS Charlie'Chaplin. A colored Raymond Hitchcock, One look at WH'ofi-'t Robinson. Nick Alti-ock. Jack Dempsey's challengers. Grammar IP a wonderful thing. But there were lots ot "I seen it" and "1 done it" comedians whom we used to see for thirty cents who had it all over tho fellows that cost us ?3.30 nowadays. Scientists are all fussed up over the a hi; percentage of the It com- posing the National and American Leagues, will play luch contests prev- ious to the opening ot the 1921 pen- nant races. A study of the ante-Mason dates of the major league teanu Indicates a list of more than 70 such games sche- duled and with favorable weather con- ditions during March the earty part of April, fully two-thirds of these contests will probably be played. A large majority are carded for the south and southwest, although several of the clubs will complete their spring training with a series of home games just before the opening of the regular season. The exhibition schedule opened with a contest between the Philadelphia Americans and the St. Louis Nation- als at Houston, Tei., today aud for the next flve weeks, one or more such events are scheduled for decision each day. Two city series are involved for the St. Louis and the Philadelphia clubs will each. figure In games on their home grounds jnft before the opening of the pennant chases. The list of games scheduled by Am- erican and National League teams %vith clubs of the rival major circuit i include the following important con- 'tests: March Tei., Philadel- phia (A) vs St. Lonls i March Tex., Philadel- phia (A) vs St. Lo'uls March Tex., Phila- delphia (A) vs St. Ixmis Miirch Tei., Phila- delphia (A) vs St. Louli March Charles, La., Phil- adelphia f A) vs St. Louis March Tex., Philadel- phia (A) vs St. Louis March New Tort (A) TI Brooklyn Kirch CharlM, La., Phil- adelphia (A) New York ShreTsport, La.. New Tork (A) TI Brooklyn March York (A) vs Brooklyn Hat Snrtjiis, Ark., Barton (A) TI Pittsburgh Dallas. Tei., Cleveland (A) TI Cin- ctnnati March 27 Shreveport, York (A) TS Brooklyn Hot Springs, Ark., Boston Pittsburgh Slarcn Charles, La., Phil- case of a young New Yorker, who, shortly after marrying at girl at New j (A) Louie York, was found wandering in i2_Oranze, Tex., Philadel- VB s( rcl his mind a total blank. Moth-' (A) j ing strange about that; the unfortu- I nate bridegroom went out to match .some ribbon for his wife and his mind 1 busted under the strain. Liihkrldoe Heralds for sale by our newsboys in all cities and towns and also OB all trains and by our aoents in the following towns; Williams: Blairmore pharmacy: CAI-- Hat Works and News Co., Libor News Agencies. National Newil Stand' Altltander Cigar Store; Cranbrook Drug Cm T. Faunch; Stores. Ltd" 6. Htrner Cigar Store: M. McCabc; GREAT FALLai News Co.; MEDICINE Bros.; MANY. Pharmacy; Pharmacy; MILK F. A. Melrj Whilworth, A. D. Ferguson; PINCHER CREEK-S. A. Tucker, n. F. HlBtMT 0. IbeUon DruB Store: KAYMONO-C. J. Rittcr; Drug and tUtlonery Co.. L. T. VULCAN-E. Kino. LBTHlrtKXJE-E. Ktuntty, Dalla. Hotel, Alexander Hotel CiaSr (Ille C'tir Sttre, People's Drug Start, North LetHbridge. and G. C. ullegtt] liumoriHts are Irvine i tvj. tlieir lo put tin; "ire" in March Antonio, TM., troit (A) y. Y, (tentative.) March Charles. La.., Phil- adelphia (A) vs St. Louis March Antonio. Tex., De Giants ftentativc.) La., Neir New (A) Dallas, Tei., Cleveland (A) vs Cln- iinnati March New Orleans, La., St. Louis (A) vs Brooklyn Fort Worth, Tei., Detroit (A) TS Cincinnati March New Orleans. La., St. Louis (A) vs Brooklyn Slaroh 30 Jacksonville. Fla., Wasi- (A) vs Philadelphia March Jacksonville, Fla., Wash- ington (A) vs Philadelphia April Mobile, Ala., Philadelphia (A) vs New York Giants. April Mobile, Ala., Philadelphia (A) vs New York Giants. New Orleans, La., Ne.w Tort (A) vs Brooklyn St. Louis, St. Louis (A) VB St. Louis April New Orleans, Js'ew Tort (A) vs Brooklyn St. Louis, St. Louis (A) vs St. Louis April 4 Jackson, Tenn., Washing- ton (A) vs N. Y. Giants Birmingham, Ala., New York (A) VB Brooklyn St. Louie, St. Louis (A) vs St. Louis April Greenville, S. C., Philadel- phia (A) vs Philadelphia Knoiville, Tenn., Washington (A) va New York Giants. Atlanta, Ga., New York (A) VB Brooklyn Roll 986 in Practice Game at T" Oenoon Hito 'Em For 252 the High gchool-Telephone game was postponed last at the "T" alleys, Johnny De- noon, assisted by four other Hi hoys stepped ont and set up a new five- Bian team record for the "Y" alleys when they totalled 98t pins. Row the lend off man up J12, while Denoon as end man 'mocked them for which is unofficially stated u the single game record for the "T" alleys. Art Green came third with 179, while Morrison and Uidpatli rolled 173 and 170 respectively. The were: Ira Rose................. 212 W. Ridpath A. Green G. Morrison J. Denoon no 179 178 Total Tonight the T. M. C. A. trandlers are to meet the Coca Colas. MONTREAL. BANTAM WINS .Mar. Green, local iKintuni, kmjr.kucl out, Harry I'ou- lon Ktn-lirst'.'V. in UIR last round of Ijout here last night. .Ion Illtdiic ol1 Newark, lightweight. cuni'Ml tile decision over Georgo Glr- iirdiiif! of In a tes-rouiiB Ijout. March La., St. Louis (A) VB Brooklyn March La., St. Lorn: fA) vs Brooklyn i Lake Charles. La., Now York (A) vs Ht. Louis Gainesville, Fla., Waibington (A) vs Philadelphia .March Cliar. -i. La., Phila- delphia (A) vs St. Louli Gainesville. Kla.. Washington (A) vs Philadelphia March House, La., N. T. Yankees St. Louli Fla., Philadelphia (A) vs Philadelphia Washington, D. C., Washington (A) Tt New York Giants. St. Louis, St. Lciuij f A) '--3 St. Louis April (A) TS Phila- delphia New York, Washington (A) vs New York Giants. Brooklyn. New York (A) TS Brook- lyn Cincinnati Cleveland (A) TS Cin- cinnati April York, Washington (A) Tt New York Giants Brooklyn, Ke-w York (A) TI Brook- lyn Cincinnati, Cleveland (A) TS Cin- cinnati April New Tork (A) TS Brooklyn each lo receive 125.00: Tt Howell Jones. Taber. Jamea Watson, Michel, B. C. a. 2. Ci-. berry. IL'DS'Eli Ave. S. B. C. Needs, 1841 6th Are. A. S. W. Viney, 820 13th St. S. The second prize of for 11 correct forecasts is split between following, each receiving. J2.SO: R. Barrio, Commerce. Cecil Johnson, 209 5th Ave. S. Cecil Johnson, 209 5th S. T. C. Royle, 508 12th St. A. north. W. Whitfield, 231 St. N. ,T. McLean, 1228 5th Ave. A. 4 Mrs. W. R. Fowler, Boi tl. R. Maryon, 1240 7th Ave. S. R. Maryon, 1240 7th Ave. S. Mrs. Mnrphy, 704 9th Ave. S. John Melllng, 1308 13th St. Will Meldrum, Colemau. A. Lakie, Boi 1150. Muriel Podger, 14th St. S. i H. Schweitzer, 535 8th St S. Wm. Holberton, 271 7th Ave. A. K. C. Needs, 1544 5th Ave. A. S. Leila Johnson, 309 5th Ave. S. W. Jackson, 43S 3nd St. S. S. Coombes. Despatch Co. D. Smith, Boi 1929, Coalhurst. Thos. Morton, 122 18th St. N. W. K. Reid, 5J4 21st St. N. Mrs. L. E. Huff, 523'12th St. N. G. Graham, 181S 3rd Ave. N. Fifty-two will divide third prize of 130.00 for 10 correct, each receiving 55 cents: Mrs. 0. Httntley, Boi 387, Taber. J. B. Dicks, 308 Sherlock Block. P. Baker, 1540 7th Ave. S. W. A. Taylor, 404. Idth St. N. G. McTntyre, 130 18th St. N. G. H. Milner, 1214 13th St. N. W. T. Black, 193110th St. N. D. H. S. Turner, Claresholm. C. D. Batnes, 612 7th St. S. Jas. Munro, 709 7th Ave. S. Miss A. Fox. Sll 14th St. N.' Mrs. n. H. Atkins, 403 19th St. N, J. Montgomerte, Gen. Delivery. B. Petts, 312 18th St. N. J. Manro, G. W. V. A. Miss A. Freeman. MacleoJ. W. Hntton, 418 18th St. C. N. W. Hutton, 41S ISth St. C. N. W. Rees, Bellevae. D. T. Hntton, Boi 92, Bellevue. Syd. Wallls, City Police. John Hamilton. S25 16th St. N. David Hume, 608 10th St. S. Mrs. Mclntyre." 130 18th St. ri. W. Butchart, Vulcan. Geo. Sangster, Blairmore. J. .M. Jenkins, Blalrniore. C. C. Collins, 906 3rd Ave. S. C. C. Collins, 906 3rd. Ave. S. Mrs. .1. Muir, 638 Sth St. S. Mrs. B. Seager, 50B 20th St. N. Tom McLean, .1228 5th Ave A. S. D. O. Stickley. VImy Ridge Parlors, p. Sherman. 404 12th St. B. N. E. Dunk, 306 19th St. N. A. Travis, Natal, B. C. James Fisher. Bellevue. Ben Smith, Boi 752 J. J. Thomson, 618 Sth St. S. A. W. Dow, 650 6th St. S. N. S. Law, Boi 308, Macleod. John Millar; 405 12th St. B. R. Hall. 733 17th St. N. W. II. Anderson, Merchants Bank., B. Charles, 522 12th St. A. N. James Watson, Michel, B.C, H. Kerr, Macteod. A. F. Corless, R.C.M.P. Wakeleii, 92S 10th St. 8. C. W. Mannon, 533 7th St. 3. i Thos. Brennan, Coleman. C. Mullin, 1319 1st Ave. N. St. Louis, St. Louis (A) vr, Bt. Lonia April Spartnnburg. S. C., Phila- delphia (A) vs Philadelphia Petersburg, Va., Washington (A) TS New York Giants. Wiuston-Salem, N. C., New Tork (A) VB Biooklyn St. Louis, St. Louis (Ai vs St. Louis April 7-Charlotte, N. C., Philadel- phia (A) va Philadelphia Norfolk, Va., (A) TB N'ew York Giants Richmond, Va., New York (A) TS Brooklyn St. Louis, St. Louis (A) vi St. Louis April Rocky lionatahi, N' C., The Canadian government will pay oft the boiidii that mature In New York April 1, it was' officially stated. Ml FIFTH Special In Re-Treading unsU'T'LJ V FOR ONE MONTH ONLY 30 Plain SO x Ncm-8kld Re-titadlno W x Paragon Tire. miles Sectional Werk; iroken Beads; Tubes work guaranteed. THE MODERN VULCANIZING SHOP 408 Sixth St. S. (North of Graham B. G. Chaplin. Mgr. The Mauleod Vulcauliinf Works, branch. i ;