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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SEC BRINGING UP FAlflER THE UFTHBRIDOK DAILY MKRALU THURSDAY, MARCH ByG-lcHaom M-U. KI4HT- I T MEVf tVjT I 'DON'T I..IKE A. OF THEM TUtTM ALL, A VARIETY OF FOODS to nttiify the uppellU or the poor You'll always leave fueling pleated and SILVER GRILL Wifl Decide the Provincial Basketball Honors At Raymond Saturday Night Edmonton Varsity Quint. Nor- thern Winners Will Play Raymond Five accosted yesterday by Al :i Yankee recruit. A'.'iujo borvo'.ve'i's Balm's bat ;nul knocked' two piteliO-1 j lialis out of "Nice comments! Winfeo. I 1 Shaking his head lo signify that lie tliJ not. scut four balls over tha furthest wall. The provincial basketball cham- pionship honors will be decided next Satardly night when Etimon- ton clashes with the Raymond five at Raymond. This promises to be the out- standing aporting event of the week in the south country. Elabtor- ite plans are being made for the game. The Opera House will be the scene of the contest which will undoubtedly be an exhibition 4f haaketball jn its real acnse. The are evenly matched. Bath arc hunky. snappy and rear- in' to po. Edmonton is determined to keep the championship in the north and Raymond is equally determined to bring it couth., Many fant from this city and towns af the will like- ly make the Sugar City their mee- Saturday. HOT SPARKS I fie Training Blairmore Fans Eager for Final Okotoks Clash Cub Recruit Pounded j CHICAGO. Mar. York, a I recruit southpaw, was the victim of a batting rally by the Cub regulars j in the tirat exhibition game ot the t Cuh squad ut Pasadena. California. yesterday and the regulars won 7 1 to 1. Red Sox Hard at it UOSTOX. Mar. Duffy of the Uoston tied Soi. put bis team through a brisk workout at the train- ing camp at Hot Snrinss. Ark., 'yes- terday. "Rabbit" Leaves for Camp PITTSBUKG. Mar. Mir- anville. recently by the Pitts- burg .Vatic-Hal league baseball Failure to Gel Good Ice For i Tuesday Night's Game Was Disappointing OLD COUNTRY FOOTBALL LEAGUE STANDINGS League Standings to March 5 (Inclusive) English Division P. IV. n. L. F. A. ft.. Val Pilling And Kid Hoagfin To Meet At Magrath LUCK OF THE GAME There was a pitcher, who tor years had hoped To get his picture in the hall of Famo. By doins that great deed, seldom seen- I The brilliant --i-.-n" game. (From Our Own Correspondent) BLAIUJJORE, Mar. clttBh between Blairmore and Okotoks on -41- t i -4 prtcuiBS ot a no-bit nere Ia3t isht rfMeA in a tlle nra' being at Okotoks last iU86a two hslTB 54 29 40 i 53 37 3C' 7 4-7 39 36 37 31 4 10 45 38 Si 8 8 40 37 31 7 9 53 48 33 3 9 43 43 30 10 10 41 2S The years went by-time and again! -S- he tried. Ami always fell just hit or two. Would it vreui, until his course nearly CARPETBAtL The aecomi round of foe carpetbali j competition for the Wright shield will be played off in the Moose Hall to- morrow (Friday) evening, S o'clock. TbV draw is as fol- lows Xo. 1 vs. Vets No. 1, Posties vs. Court Star. A.O.F. from Boston, will leave today for tho Pirate-spring training camp. Maran- ville reported that his arm. hurt in an auto accident last soasou was "aa strong as ever." 4 Games Arranged CHICAGO. March with j i [he second team of the Xow York Am-1 j ertcans were for today by the Chicago White Sox to be plnyed f I March 18 'and 19 at the Soi iraini'.is camp. through, lie almost And, in his bwilght, one hot afternoon, Pitching, perhaps, the last time for his club, The batsmen fell like grain before hia shoots. And each strong slugger seemed like some poor dub: Eight innings passed, and uot a man readied first! batter died on strikes. the Oliotoks team, their protest being, entered on account of the condition Sheffield Burnley 19 Liverpool ......30 8 Newcastle U'ted.30 17 6 .llolton Wander's.30 13 12 JEvcrton ........30 13 10 i Tottenham 'spue.29 14 6 Manchester City.39 13 Mijdlcabora ___JO 13 Manchester Utd.29 13 Arsenal ........S9 10 Blackburn H. ...30 8 SunderUmd .....30 10 8 12 43 48 28 Aston Villa .....30 11 6 13 45 57 28 Chelsea .......28 10 .._._. fytirikR iMtiWest Bromwieh.29 8 11 10 84 44 3 hara ta- Bradford City ..29 S 10 11 42 In---------- IJ JJ JJ 35 S 7 IS 25 41 23 5 13 15 2S 54 23 4 Ii II 33 69 20 3 13 14 25 42 19 5 7 18 32 38 17 English Division P. W. D. L. 1'. A. Pt. .30 IS .31 17 .28 15 19 i c 54 27 401 Cardston and Medicine Hat Will Stage Ring Battle MAURATH, Mar. Southern tox- ins fans- ire likvly to-see ft cracking good bout in the future. Allen Smith, a local promoter. Is to bring Kid Hoaetln. of Medicine Hat. and Val Pilling, Cirditon, togethfer That is Assured if Fans Keep Coming Along; as They Have Been Doing here. Smith is some difficulty This is the week that the Herald soccer competition is going to go over the top again. Remember a while back we were talking about what a flue thing it would .be to t1 0-> i a nuts lamg u wuum .uo .u ISOL i in ?j it th8 bat he cs- the prizo money up to to start I Huddersneld T..SI United.33 Oldhnm Athletic.30 Derby County...-30 Bradford of the ice in tho local rink. The ref- eree, Billy Martin, of Calgary, after examining the ice decided in favor of the protest and called off the leaguo gama and the two teams decided to play an exhibition game. The play, while fast, was not the expected from these two teams. Probably the poor, condition of the ice was the chiet item which caused :South Shields ..oO .14 the lack of judgement and skill, ,ir H elso tue protested game gave the play, County U Birmingham. Blackpool Cardiff City City Phillies Start Work PHILADELPHIA. March The j Philadelphia Nationals opened their spring; training yesterday with two 1 woi ki.ut3. Babe's War Club I XEW YORK, March In Shreveport, where the Xew York Am- ericans are spring training, some fans .v. .claim it was reported here today, to nose these are bound have discovered the secret of Babe to arouse interest. The members of r Ruth's home run success, the different teams ore asked to be Engaged'in his daily training of bat- on tlmo sharp. King balls over the fence. Babe was and one erg no incentive to put rortn their best efforts. Howevor, thoro were sev- Onont ..30 11 Fouled to the catcher. oue took Two wlmzins strikes, shot like a Browning gnu. The next ball broke batter And as he fell, the flying leather struck II.IOBI. cuui m. iiuwi'vur, bev-i i j fiue oi work noticed And tho tlie each the teams. olyerhampton {J First Period Leeds United ..31 12 5 14 33 37 29 6 61 25 C 8 38 27 40 S 5 41 22 33 S S 34 IS .13 7 9 18 30 35 0 10 38 19 34 9 10 36 39 31 9 10 33 06 31 S 11 30 32 SO C 12 35 39 SO] fi 12 3S 44 23 to be in A poittion to put the fifht over, full details will be an- nounced through tho Herald in A few daye. JCtd HottUn is said to be one of the fastest bora iu tbe West. He hus a good record. He's game to the lust and puts UP au aggressive battle. Pill- ing is In tho pink of condition and will give the Hotter a good go, his many admirers predict. HERALD TAKES :nm U. 0 The game commenced at eight-thir- ty whon Hefereo Martin dropped the puck between sticks of the men at centre and after a. Httle skirmish- ing Okotoks got away to the Blair- Uotherbaiu C'nty.33 Notts Forest Hull City FuIImni more detence where McCrea tried out 9 11 12 2g 42 29 9 9 10 3U 31 27 10 7 12 38 3-4 27 9 S 12 37 37 25 C 13 9 30 37 26 9 7 12 23 35 25 7 10 12 29 32 34 7 S IS 25 41 22 8 7 16 2G 59 Id G 7 17 31 64 IS Into the Okotofcs territorv. The iiuck Doesn t your alarm-clock wake you? I Wa8 then forthi Then get a ladder, and keep it beside I whlle in a SCr'immage at tho Okotoks l''U' Ooddard topped it to Graham i ______ j ivhu placed it neatly in the net. Tha THIS WEEK First Second Third, Booby COUPONS MUST CUT ALONG DOTTED LINE. RU-E5 GOVERNING THE COMPE- TITION ARE AS FOLLOWS: be 1; The liera: Football ConipotUiun. t I. Compctirors will be eniltK-d to a.? many entries sr5 they provided cnf.ry ia acconipa'-itii by twenty- f tH'fl cantc, and coupons to iha ber of entries. Competitors must cross oul BaTftts fit the tluhs they tiiiolc will I loac end cross out tlio names of both if tbey esonsidcr a -p.-ili result. I 4. can only b-t secured from tfcft Epfirtlne Page of 1'he Herald. 5 All monies received will be re- turned in prises. The amount, and of prizes vrill be published Monday morning for that week's VRTntm Ttwuits of cmnp-Htinna will jjuWished every pnrf to competitors i on receipt ol bv tii" Athlcii- News. ivinrcrn. Tile TTcrnM ihu rlsht to r coinpfitltors wiiji tho number Of cnrrnrl hlghftst to Thft Herald before muJ- Fridfiys. A post- mar> (ror.i ontside of the city of wi'I bf aa coTjtaininff ti Ipgitiriatf1 3. The naiTHr mi-! of romTJstltor must be iniiikod on coupon. ff. not be used us pay- ment for entries. 10 All ftnjtrlas must be addressoil L'J Editor. ''Football Coinpetitton, The Hirald. LethbrldeA. ji. The Sportinc- KdiLov's j T7M1 be '.a. of Thn Jifcj-rild an- from the comuctltfon. I ENTRYFORM GAMES TO BE PLAYED SATUR DAY, MARCH 12TH FIRST DIVISION Aston Villa vs. Huddersfleld. Bradford vs. Derby County. Chelsea vs. Sunderland. Liverpool vs, Middlecbore. SECOND DIVISION Bristol City Birmingham. Bury vs. Leeds. South Shields vs. Blackpool. Port Vile vs. Leicsiter. THIRD DIVISION Mftrthyr vs. Southampton. Millwall vs. Queen's Park R. Newport vs. Grimsby. Southenci vs. Reading. SCOTTISH LEAGUE Albion Rovers vs. Queen's Park. Clyde vs. St. NJirren. Hamilton vs. Raith Rovers. Hearts vs. Airdrieonians. i snipr ilio lierald Football Com- petition in accordance with the rules aii'i conditions announced ftnil to accept the pull- liKlu'Tl decision a? linal and legally iiinding. Signed i A Urge umpire may over-awe tht fighting playeri, but he block! a lot I of close plays from the view of the 1 paid admissions. Does King George really lack like face on the British coins, he entitled to tat lomebdy for libel? Siiid a sailor lovcrt the sea, i ''Come along and go sailing with i There is naught lo compare With the salt oceau i Try it once und I'm sure you'l play eontinuad in tho Okotoka terri- i tory for a while anil then weut baclc 'to Turaer ivh-j made one of his bril- liant dashes and scored another goal putting Blairmore. two in the load.. Oliotoka camp, back rtrong and just before the qlose of the first period, McCrea and Quinton scored one for Okotoks and the period ended tiro to ono in favor ot" Clairmore. Second Period The second period was without doubt the slowest of the three. For Borne time it seemed the gcore would 29 tj-30 English Dlvi.ion P. W. D. V. A. Pt. Crystal Palace ..31 18 7 49 25 43 Swindon Town .U8 16 6 59 So 3S Southampton ...SDH 9 6 46 S3 3" Swansea Town .29 13 10 7 37 34 54 Milwill Athletle.'SO 15 4 11 34'J5 34 Queen's Pnrk U.28.14 5 9 44 85 33 Luton Town .29 13: 7 9 SO Merthyr Town ..30 13' 9 9 48 35 23 Watford ........28 1-1 4 10 43 SO 33 Plymouth Argyle.23 7 15 6 25 51 29 Northampton ...2912 5 12 06 46 29 Grimaby Town .SO 11 7 12 SS 40 24 Brighton HoroSO 10 S IS 31 43 J8 Bristol Rovers .89 11 5 13 40 44 27 Norwich City ..59 S 11 10 39 34 27 Exeter City ....30 6 14 10 32 36 Portsmouth ....29 7 10 13 33 So 24 remain in favor County.SO 10 4 30 49 2-1 deutly Olrotoks was determined to' Roadins '.......31 lo 17 84 45 24 DON'T MEAN ANYTHING German promises. What you say to an umpire. Excuses you give your wife Magnates' pannant-claims. Most home recipes. Opening choruses. CUCKOO POETRY Whisky is pleasing, but so is You wear cettof sox, wears silk. but your wife UNPRODUCTIVE Tlie Sahara Desert. Most busli-Ieugucs. Greenland. Hair tonics. Labrador." Touts' advice. even up, fur after a fine dash by tile forward line the puck was passed to McCrea who tested Rylmas the goalie, catching it with hia knees, but it slipped oti liu knee pads into tho nel, thus evening'up the score, and j I tuo period dosed tvro Lo two. Third Period j In the tliinl period the game was i uml, although each team tried hard to i: score that would break tho draw, they had no success except for a goal that wan scored by Uoc Harbour from Gflddard in one the nicest pieces 'of play of iho evening, but the goal was scored just as tho bell rang for an ofi'-side, was therefore ruled off audjUie game ended two all. It was certainly unfortunate that tlie ice proved to lie in Buch poor con- dition as a definite decision was hoped for between theso two teams. Tliis Kanie will nr.w have to be wherever the lif-sl ice is available nud BlaimiorH is natni-ally praying for a good hiinf The result of tiin replay is eas.-1'rly looked forward to as these two teams appear to lie f-.o evenly matched that a good game on good ice would be well worth seeing. .Some people means tlutt ever.vbody of the .Tvholc concern. in.jjoniy ru'e" sliould ije boss Soutaond United.20 9 5 15 27 41 33 Brentford ......29 7 7 15 iSS 47 21 Gillingham ......29 Scottish League i P. W. D. F. A. Pt. Eansers .......33 2a 1 75 19 SO Caltic ..........32 25 -1 S 60 21 54 Partick Thistle -.S3 15 10 S 47 30 40 Thfrrt Lanark ..34 17 -I I" 67 4S 38 Morton .........35 13 12 10 57 43 W 15 s 13 56 no ss ..83 14 9 10 48 40 37 ..35 14 S 13 -18 36 ..31 13 10 S 40 81 36 ..31 13 9 9 tO 41 35 ..33 10 11 12 .58 89 31 ..35 12 7 16 4? 63 31 ..SO 14 2 14 44 43 30 Hamilton Acad..31 10 10 14 33 45 30 Itaith Rovers ..34 13 3 IS 44 49 29 35 10 4S K) Airdricouiaus Hearts Dundee Motherwell Aberdeen Kllmarnoek Clyde Falkirk Queen's Ayr United Albion Hovers Clydobank St. .Mirren Dumbarton Voliva of y.ioii City says that drink- ins men will be punished. In tho here- after perpetual inimoi'oion in great jvat.s uf Imer and whUky. Oh Death, ivheri; is thy WILL ASK SIX MONTHS' POSTPONEMENT IN WHITE SOX TRIAL 9 HI 13 35 (10 28 9 10 14 41 54 2S 5 11 14 4.7 57 37 13 10 33 B9, SI 7 5 22 41 70 10 6 3 21 31 78 13 Old Country Football Scores off next year? Well, it's nearly three time? that amount now, and instead of to start tho 1981-22 season, it's going to be and it may be doubla that amount if tho weekly totals keep growing by amounts as they have bean doing. Tho main thing for competitors to remember that this is tlieir own competition and the.y can 'niukc it just what they like. I Some competitors havu not been j cutting out their coupons along the (lotted Hue. With considerable over 1DOO coupons to check there is a lot of work entailed and sloppy coupons make it more work. Some others aro I Inadvertently leaving some games un- marked. Obviously these cannot bo counted. Every game on each coupon i inugt be marked as the contestant thinks it will result. And don't for- get, you may send us many coupons as you like. At'ter taking the first game by a good margin, the Coca Colas tell down and the Herald took the last two in the city 10 pin league at Dominion alleys last night. The Coca Colas were up 73 pins in the h'rst game and it looked like a cinch for them, but the Herald, took the second same by the close margin of 10 pins and the final by 20. Ernie Itisler was high single and axfregate last night, with 201 for high BtmlQ und 1'or high ag- jrenate. Tonight Dominions and Giants' Till roll off the game scheduled for Friday nitht. Last night'B scores COCA COLAS 1 lit 3nd Schweitzer Martin Smith Liscombe Shovcr 14o 14? 17S 182 191 :0 157 108 199 157 187 3rd Tot. 464 33f> 108 526 473 557 846 808 HEtfALD 1st 2nd 3rd Tot. Frs3stone MuNabb 160 134 480 Sinclair...... 13j; 179 Jones...... 131 143 467 183 773 818 HOCKEY RESULTS STRATFORD 3; QUEENS 3. KINGSTON. Out., March 'thu first of home aud homu games for the junior championship of the 0. II. A. Stratford and Queens tied last night with threo goals each. SEATLE4; VANCOUVER 2. SEATTLE, ilarch defeating Vancouver hei-e tonight 4 to 2, Seattle earned the right to participate In tlio play-off for tbe championship of thu coast hockey loop, the first game of which will be played in Vancouver next Monday nifkt. DEGINA 4; (AIKATOON 3 SASKATOON, won the championship of the Saskat- chewan hockey league here tonight when they defeated the local Cres- cents by a score of 4 to 3, BRANDON POPLAR POINT 0 WINNIPEG, Mar. Brandon, senior cliampions of the Manitoba amateur hockey league, hava BOW tho official right to contest for the Allan cup. Poplar Point, the champions, were swamped by -Brandon here Monday night, 16 to 0, and bavo defaulted t'nair second gnm4 which was scheduled for tonight. Lethbrldqe Heralds for sale by our newsboys in all cities find towns and Also op Jll trains and by our agents in the following towns: Williams; Pharmacy, Maurice i Bend! Hat Works News Co., Labor News Agencies, Na-j tionil Alexander Ciflar Store; Drug Book Co.; T. Faunch; Ciljar Stores. Ltd.; Harper.Clga'r Store; M. McCabe; GREAT PALLS, New! Co.! MEDICINE Bros.; MANY-! Pharmacy; MILK i F. A. Moir: Whltworth, A. D. Perguson; i PINCHER A. Tucker, R. F. i Hlnton; Q, Ibction Drug Store; J. Rittcr; Drua and Co., L. T. Weitlake; King, j In Kennedy, Hotel, Alexander Hotel. Cigar; Cigar Store, Drug Store, North Lethbridge, And J. G. I Co, .._ I Smoke LONDON, Mar. Asstl. Scottish leaguo football .names played yesterday resulted as follown: CHICAGO. March attempt Rangers 7; Ayr to obtain a imstponemont of Bix t'eltic 2; Duudiiu 0 month? in tho trial of tho Chlctign Airdrfe 5: ADerdRun 2, I Sox players indii'.ted for tho al- llriln' for Mio semi-finals in lugBd or tho 1819 world snv-! Scottish serlna provides for games probably will bo made next Jlon-'; Jiarcli 2li follows: 'day when the fs called, accord-i KiuiBurn VK Alhlou on Celtic grounds ing to attorneys who will pruaecutpj Midlothian vs Motherwcll or 1'ar- tlw howtsvnr, were j tick, on ItnuKCi's' grounds, that not tlum one month'.0, delay here; ready to fit Tall men, Short men, Stout men well u mem of average build. Fit-Reform was the first in Canada to produce garments designed expressly for the various of men. We have the Suit and Overcoat to fit you, in a style and fabric that will harmonize with 'your ideal of {food taste and your sense of sound values. j would bu granted. PHONE Ell I COAST LEAGUE STANDING Virginia bytxptrtt VAKCOfVEIl. C. II. A. standings: W. Vancouver ijj Seattle 13 The P. Pet. .50G .522 410 FJF.TH McKelvie McGuire rorm ;