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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FA.GK SIX I Ml PAII.Y MARCH BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus I HAD BETTER HO OUT EASLf OR.HE1L. IbE ff TER NE FOR. CARTAGE.; WORLD OF The Melting Pot the honors of the province, the game ulayed will count. It Is thought that tho Lethbridge boys will be called on to play tho de- ciding game about the tweniy-seveuth o! ibis month. LETHBRIDGE CURLEHS GIVE TABER SPOUTS SPLENDID TIME RAYMOND, March mond basketball fans are wildly jubilant today over the defeat of University of Alberta quintet and Morthern contenders for pro- vincial championship honors, by the Raymond team, 41'32. The score at baEf time was 23-14 svith Raymond on the long end. The Sugar City hoopers (ed all the way. This is the second defeat suffered by the University squad on its tour of the three prairie provinces. Final plans for the campaign lo dispose of tho remaining 400 shares I of stock lu the Spoknue Baseball club have been perfected by Presi- dent W. S. Gilbert of Iho chamber ot commerce and President George A. Phillips of the ad club, who divided the city into IS districts anil appointed captains of teams to canvass each district. These teams during the week [will raise tho rcmainlus 54.000 needed I to finance the Spotane team in the new Pacific International league. j_ With a pitching staff ot Touey, Bunion. i3ii ues, Xehf- and Douglas, the Giants do not look like the best club for a young iiitcher trying lo break in. But veteran hurlers sooner or later fade from the buseball'screen tFram Our O-.vn Correspondent! TABER. -March is always glad lo have a visit from'it bunch of Curlers. They are good j sports, worthy opponents, and royal i entertainers ot local brethren whenever they get tho chance. On Saturday afternoon, February 2Sth, Calgary and Edmonton Y. M. C. two Lctlibridge rinks descended upoi "of tile lhat Taber could proance. od Scott, A. Are Slil! in Running in North New Team Said To Be Organiz- ed In Uni- versitv to Win Lethbridge's basketball team will best Wade composed the Nelson and first rink and ana others arc needed to fill places. their MLVE1S OAIE BRITISH GOLFERS TO TOUR UNITED STATES The Canadian Gas Saving Device m a AND IT DOES BETTER Tor the and the price JS.OO For the McLaughlEn and Dodge the price li 110.09 Made to fit all models and of MADE FOR TRACTORS See us about this wonderful little gas and money-saver. Mechanical Garage COR. 1TH AVE. 3RD ST. 3. PHONE 1190 LONDON, March A vj number ol prominent British professional goiters will Icaro in Juno for an extended ex- ''f hllltlou and competitive tour of the Upilcd Stales. Abe .Mitchell, the most successful player of last. year, lias r.uitlo arrangements to visit America. and probably will bo I'.e.co I'luuauij ul; l-.v.v-mmlull- 1 Oletlo (0 Hitve Another Cham- led by George Duncan ot Ilati- pion Weight Title Hangs in Balance Toledo. OhioL onto the box- ing tha ship in which Jack-Dempsey'defcaled Champion JKS Willard in three rounds. But Toledo isn't content lo fall into pugilistic decay after that notable achievement, and as a result ____ of this determination another world's McGraw will have several promising I championship Is lo be pulled on ger Hill. Harry Vardon, tho holder of the .open chauiplmi- ship, probably wilt visit Amer- ica for tho third time, James UraM has Definitely deeldeJ not to leave Kngliiml, hut two other map last July 4 when it staged well known professionals prob- t world's heavyweight champion- ahly will join the party. Simpson, Freeman. Woods and Hand, the second. At once a muster of tha local enthusiasts was made ami a riuk skipped by Laird was put up McLeoil and one skipped by Robinson against Simpson. Tim re- suit was a win for McLcod and a titf not be In Edmonton on Friday to play for Simpson and Robinson. In tho evening Ross was matched iTitli .McLeotl and Munro with Simp- son. After a hard fought game honors _. went to the local rinks. The visitors Edmonton on tho above! werc lhcn to the veterans' Club this honor, but tho Ml1 entertained nil they left on the another game (or the provincial cham- pionship. The original schedule called for -a game In night to entry of Calgary, at almost Ui< moment into the contest for the premier honors lias upset tilings holders of the Prairie City Cup Biderably. Now Lethbridge may not to yiclrt up Ihe trophy to tiio Mc- train. Call again, gentle- men. On Monday evening the Munro play Edmonton again, although that Is a far guess, as it Is considersd prac- tically sure that (lie University of Alberta boys will he abla to mainlaiu their supremacy over anything in their section ot the province. A week ago Calgary gave notice that It intended to compete for the. Cham- youngsters .to watch at Ban Antonio this month. Among the youog pitch- ers are Jimmy McQuade, Reynolds, Kelly and James Carton, all of whom will be watched closely. The interest attached to young JIc- March 12. The licit venture of the Ohioans. ot whom ArtdiEon Quincy Thachor is Ihc ruling spirit, will ho a flyweight championship, and there is added to it the international phase, which a! j QUude is that he Is a nephew of Judge wa-vs Uas attractive, especial- iMcQnade, treasurer and part ownerlly whcn thD contestants are figured of the club. Kelly is a younger er of George Kelly, the clongaled first baseman of the Giants, who has had his own tips and downs with tho locals In the last five years. Carton Is matched. Triple Tic For Honors Predict- from the southwest. He Pitched for Tulsa. In the Western Ctt Prominent Players Can- league last season... _. not Journey East ward J YANCOUVER. B. C., March 9. _. Young McQuade Hals than the roero fact that he is a nephew of the Judge, since he estab- his reputation at Fordham last Canadian Chaaees of a Aille Devlin, the coach, reco'm- tie for the Pacific Coast hockey chain- imcntled him to McGraw. pionship. in which event .in extra! Kelly' evidently is hulid on series will be necessary, and samo lines as his brother. At the statement that should Vancouver win "Be ot 20 he weighs ISO pQunds and the championship Cyclone Taylor and js fee' and a half inch tall. Ho Gordon Roberts would be unable, for 1 in the semi-pro ranks around bur-ir.c-ss reasons, to accompany the east for Stanley cup games, the chances of the coast win- San Francisco last; season. Al Demaree, veteran major league Jimmy Wilde, flyweight champion of Great Britain, of course, will he Ihe big drawing card, for "Joirues" has demonstrated in 'he four batdes he has had since coming to this coun- try that he Is class all over. Mston to Fight For a long time Frankie -Mason lias attracted tho eye of the wise ones Does Not Expect to Have Ice For Finals Wilh Pacific Coast Aggregation OTTAWA, March Tor- OH AUTO LIVERY Special Senlc? on Coualrj Trips Phones 7S7 Reildence 1210 CITY TAXI SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Phone 1855, Office 409 3rd Ave. S., Lethbridge, Alberta Ride in a Mclaughlin Special. caits no more. Jack Hill Jack Holllngsnorth LETHBRIDGE TAXI FOURTH AVE. S., REAR OF PALACE CONFECTIONERY. <24 HOUR SERVICE PHONE 664 of the boxing game. .Mason, who hails IM stanlev'clip trustee, this morning from Wayne, Inil., has for years no to make in been batUing the. hoys in the bantam-'tion weight ranks, and. like WiWe, been forced to concede as much as i'J pounds in order lo get the matches necessary to fatten Ihc bank roll. That's the reason he Is matched lo box ai Toledo. Frankie is a clover, smart ringster, but he Is a cov young man when n H with the announcement of thoj .Patricks that they would not play offi with Ottawa for the big trophy Toronto Ice. j Officers of tho''Ottawa Hockey Club stated. last night that they held no further negotiations with the Patricks. conies to divulging his real J hands of 'Mr. Koran aud Frank Calder, iresident of the National Hockey Lea- Call rink composed of .McCall llilllgmeicr. Hall and Ilantho. On Tuesday anil Wednesday McCall successfully defenucil the cup against rinks skipped by Mct'arlee and Hob- insnn. but on Thursday lost to the Tolton rink composed of It. Poterson Tollon, Riplingcr and Itussell. plonshlp and declared the games' This rink lost tbe next night lo floss previously lost to the University of Bryan, Gerry, Frankeu and Hugh Bryan. On Saturday evening the Ross rink held the cup against tha McKellar rink composed of T. Patc-rson Alberta boys to have been exhibition Sinca thotc games were play- e6. It Is understood, Calgary has been able to gather together an entirely new and more fonnio'able basketball team. Under tbe that exist at present tha University of Alberta. team Is called upon to defeat tho V. M. C. A. team of Edmcnton and then defeat the Calgary bunch before they ship of the province. Ay, Lethbridge! now holds the championship of the] southern portion of the province It Is necessary for them to wall the out- come of the games In thn north. Whether or not iho game played TORONTO. March is stated nere on Monday night Is a champion- here that (he Canadien-Sl. Patrick 3'aifl affair or not depends on Kame, .-ehedulwl lo be. played here the University of Alberta boys come I on Saturday night, may be cancelled. While he doesn't admit if, the g TOM WATSON SAYS Totn Watson. a former pre- sidenl of thn D.F.A. who first con- McKellar, Wiggins find Roberts. Thnre-1 cetved the idea of bringing the New- day witnessed a. contest between a vet- i castle learn to Canada, writes as fol- craus1 rink skipped by B. h. Cook lows in the Toronto Evening Tele- and a rink shipped-by Gco. Redol for (gram in regard to Ihe recent meeting a box of cigars. While on Friday the between the D.F.A. officials ami Con Toltoa and Iliplinger .rinks tussled, like famished kine, for a hale of hay. n V cmim 1 II. .lones for supremacy. GAME CANCELLED ont on top in their section. It Is un derfitnotl, that if Lethbridge and Ed- monton University boys meet again for It U rumored lliat HamlHon may re- lilacc Qnc-tiei! In Iho National Hockey league next season. Jones. "After a short l (lie D.F.A. decided to reject .Mr. Jonc'a idea ot bringing out .'.wo Old Country teams this summer, and asked him to combine hia cfforls to the visit of one team. Olficial Credentials 'Mr. Jones was given What Ts the matter with St, Georges? Every olher old football organ- ization In Lethbridjje got busy and preparations arc well under .way for the coming season. Fans want to know if trie oldest body of football players in city are going to disappoint them this year, A meeting of the Michigan-Ontario Baseball League will be held In Ham- (1Uon next Saturday, March 13, not March 20. as announced somn time Fign. Tho schedule wll this meeting. he revised at to proceed (o Hrltnin on behalf of TORONTO, credentials Cofioo Clllh T. C. C. GET CHAMPIONSHIP .March Toronto the Ontario Hockey the in fir.it visit Newcastle- anil if possililo con-ljQ [0 o elude the negoliuliona willi the clul) j _ of (hat city, with whom negoUalions' Ijeen in for Eime wi'li Past President YY'atsnn. Association junior champotnghlp here 10 j last nlsht by ilefeallng Sltatford by Is a Fighter Frankie is a fighter, a boxer, but those who thtnk that Mason can not box liavc another guess coining. When necessary he can boi Jgst as well as anybody else in the. bantam- weight ranks, but be prefers to scrap in close and punch. Home of the fellows who pose as wise guys in tie ring game will put forth the argument that If Wilde can stop bantamweights with bis Tight- hand wallop, why won't he find it easier to put away nn opponent ot his own weight? That sort of figur- ing would seem to have logic behind it, but in boxing, logic or dope doesn't always prove correct. In fact it very frequently is worth a plugged nickel. This liout will be at !OS pounds at 3 o'clock, which may give .Mason a slight shade, perhaps a pound or two the belter of the weights at fighting time, but the difference will not he enough lo make any difference It official invitation was rablcd j on Halnnlny nignt HIM! II U just i that It will he officially ccptcd before Mr. Jones gels over. "The Vancouver magnate ban bc-f n i 'given official letters to Frank of Ilic Newcastle club: r. 1 .1. Wall, secretary o! the. Foolhall ysFocintion: and S. K. Me- j Dowall. secretary ot tbe Scottish Football asstiriatlon. "Hhoiild any hilcli occur in the no- Kotiations with .Mr. Jonas iviH KU lo jiiul fnileavnr to wmc Hangors or Celtic. ing '-itbcr will in mm SPG ,Ulon villn, Kvc-riun and Cbcl- HC-3, ill Orrli-r Tl.llllClT. VVHI Guarantee Tour "Mr. is personally guaran- i tconing uli the rxiMiiifts of llio tour. ivlllc-li ni-c. cH'liiiiitcd to lotal cull on th" "gales" ir's ihri.uiKliout tho aci-ruiiii; Kirrc- -s ure wiH or rjlnhs inuier 'ilCfH tlir nni will Hn v.ill l c fhvt .r, l tour, ami profil from afU'r all i KO lo the rtuyi i rtl. Tile 12-YEAR.OLD RIFLE EXPERT MAKES SWEEP- ING CHALLENGE. March Ttiehard Lee Beck, 12 years old. of liridc'iiorl, Ohio, has issued a elialleiiRe to any American or (Jasipilian under 13 to a rifle shooting contest. Heck rec- i-ntly won a company's nallonal junior corps champion- ship,