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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 'AGE SIX T1IK DA 11 A' HERALD THURSDAY, MARCH BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus Alternatives Proposed for Form- ing Leagues in City This Sup- ported The Melting Pot Won Honors in Recent Tourna- ment of City Chess Another Contest is Coming Three-Team League Discussed is io Hare Two Leagues of That A Play-Off Baseball ia steadily gaining the first pfocc 1n tbo discussions of many fol- lowers of outdoor sports ITI Football has its own. quota am bail, as the feasou is about over, U slowly giving place to the prospec- tive games, iiascball in tho city this year promises to be a live affair, far ahead of the luc-ic worm farce ot 1919. Several organization! so far have signified their intentions of placing baseball teams in the city league. The Veterans are planning to form a nine and tho C.P.R. Social and Athlciic ara looking over their material. Other clubs ars Bounding their follow ere, so it ia practically sure that Leth- 'jridge will be on the amateur i map of the province ia Two Proposals Two propositions have been' voiced concerning a baseball league this sea- One is that a Ihree-team league he organized. By having such a lea- fjub it ia thought that all teams would bn able to bccuro strong players and the pltablo display made by soraa groups last year thereby, bo U is not the intention or those who are supporting this proposition to keel any player or group of players out o organized baseball in Lethbridge, This With the whole world to choose from what would a golfer seleci as his ideal course? One dreamer says that could he call the genii from Aladdin's Ismp he would re- quest a course of which the foiiow- ing is a word plciure "Sandy hilfs upon the coast of Britain for location. 1 like to wind in and out of the dunes, with the feeling that 1 more or less hidden from the world. If that cannot be, I would like the separa- tion of the by wooded spaces, as at the Mayfield Club at Cleveland, where each hole seems to stand alone. The sea- side country with its sweeping winds is the best for it ado's in- terest of the balance of the body and careful judgment of the body and careful .judgment as to hang- Ing the ball in the wind, t would like to have Mie rough thick, strewn with California flowers, combined thei yellow' gorce or never a golden dandelion within a mile of this golf paradise." Cardston fs elated orer having a at tho speedy University of AI- iierta baskethalt team. Kdrnonton was scheduled to play Browning, but ow- ing to the latter missing train connec- tions at Stirling, Cardston was hrought face to face with necessity of giving iho ono visiting team a game. Although Kdmonton sure did put H all over Cardston, nevertheless the homo team aud supporters were much The 1919-20 tournament of the City Chess Club has been complet- ed, the winner of the prize being Mr. W. Matthews. A new tourna- ment Is now being arranged for, and all chess lovers In the city are invited to Lake part in the same. The club meets every Tuesday and Friday nights at KTrkby's Tea Rooms. Hockey Results SEATTLE, Wash., March Seat- tle defeated Victoria here tonight in the last regular hockey gatno of .iho Pacific Const Hockey sche- dule. TUo score was to 1 in favor or the locals. Falcons 9, Fort William 1 WINNIPEG. March Falcons qualified to go to Toronto In quest of [ho Allan cup. wlien they defeated the Fort William Maplo Leafs hero tonight by a score of 9 to 3, vdnuiug the two-game series by the score of 18 to 3. Quebec 10, Oltawas 4 1 QUEBEC, .March Closed the hockey season here iuuig'al by in- flicting tlio, heaviest beating ot-tho reason oil tho Ottawas. The score Tfaa 10 lo 4. JIalono scored six goals. Standings of Old Country Soccer Teams Canadlcns 7, St. Pats 2 March defeated St. Patricks. 7 to 2, In the last game, of the professional hockey season hero last night. Forbes, the his and started well against the attacks of St. Patricks' goalkeeper, made uUial appearance in Montreal c- MASON READY. TO MEfet WILDE FRIDAY SAVE 30 p, c, of Your mmi BILL The Canadian Gas Saving De- vice guarantee! to do it does better. For the Fcrd and Cbtvrolet the price l> (8.00 For the Mclaughlin and Dodge the price is t'.O.OO Made to fit all models and sites of can. MADE FOR TRACTORS See us about this wonderful little oas and money-layer, Mechanical Garage COR. 4TH AVE. 4 3RD ST. S. PHONE 1190 Game of Baskclbal! at Cardston Friday Night of This Week (From Our Oirn Correspondtnt) CAKDSTOX March of the biggest basketball contests in years will be held ia tho local gymnasium on Friday night, tho 12th tost., when the Knight Academy team of Ray- mond meets Uio local High Echool quintette in nil exhibition game. Ar- rangements for this big sport festival arc well In honil and a big timo is an- ticipated. Tho basketball season is now on the tilting edge and this will no doubt be the last game of the year. Tho closeness of the game at Ray- mond last Friday 'plainly showed that the K. A. learn pack the inmcli anil SOUTH "DEXV. Ind.. March Mason, of Fort Wayne, .lud., concluded his training here tJday for his bout with Jimmy Wilde, which will take place at Toledo, Oliio.' v Friday night, lie reported lie n half-pound under the re- uulred lytiiglit, 10S pounds, llo will leave South Bend for To- ledo Thursday afternoon. TORO.VTb; Feb. Jas G. .Merrick, of the Canadian Olympic committee, has received Ilio official program and rules governing Ice hockey at seventh Olympic games Lalondo and Pilro. Tha play was i have real class as a ball-tossing ag- lo bo held at Antwerp. English Division P. W. L. D. F. A. P. West Bromn-ich 31 21 Burnley......33 17 S Kunderland 30 17 11 Liverpool 15 11 Newcastle U. 32 14 12 Bolton Wandrs as 13 11 U. ...32.14 12 29 15 11 Manchester City oO 13 10 P.radlorci 12 Aston Villa___29 IS 11 Manchester U-. 31 10 12 Arsenal......31 10 12 MieMlcsboro 32 11 14 g 2 S3 40 44 Sheffield 51 44 43 2 5! 41 3G 5 46 33 35. 6 37 29 31 S 52 49 34 G 51 34 3 43 36 311 7 59 50 33 S 50 39 32 5 53 50 31 9 40 36 29 43 51 29 7 43 31 29 Preston X. B... 31 H 13 7 46 CO 23 S 47 51 28 5 47 56 28 9 51 53 27 3 3S 42 25 9 33 48 25 6 22 4S 18 slow at first, but soon grew interest- Ing, the first period ending iu a tlo, j 1-1. Play slackened in the second I period, and Canadiens scored five goals without aVreply from the St Patricks. In thoL third period St. Pat ricks forced the play but could not score and the game developed into n burlesque, one goal scor- ed by each side. Granites 2, Kitchener 1 TORONTO, March de- feated Kitchener by 2 to 1 here last night before a crowd that filled the Arena to "capacity, thus coining out of Group two, Ontario Hockey Association. They neit meet. Hamilton Tigers in the final games for the championship of the associa- Bradford City 30 10 12 Notts County 30 10 12 Everton......31 13 Oklham Athletic 29 11 lo Derby County Blackburn R, S 15 6 IS English Division P. D. P. A. pleased with the contest. Tho visitors .Hotspur... 30 "4 2 4 SO 22 52 proclaimed it the cleanest gamo tlioy mrmingham 29 17 f> 7 50 23 41 had played in for a long time. Hudrtersfield T. 2S 17 U 03 2Jt 40 Previous to this game the Cardston Blackpool .11 15 9 High -school played the home team. The High, school boys had Just re- turned with Raymond's scalp. Xow who is doing Iho jockeying In hockey circles? The Allan Cup finals have again been put back. Soon it will be neces- sary to stage a game of vraler polo plan is simply put forward with the .to decide, tiie winners. Tho dates hope- that it would enable all teams to put on tho field first class aggrega- tions and 'o ensure to tho public a goo'd of ball. last It will be remembered, tho cliy league fell through because several of ths teams were too weak to have ouy hope one or two crack collcc'.lons. This is the situation tiist ebould be evailed. Short Schedule it Is proposed lhat a short scbeJuJe be drawn up for the three-team leasup. Twelve tames have been mentioned. Alter tho conclusion of this schedule i one or two picked teams could be! formod from the best material In the j city. Tljeso would then have ptaily of timo to play outsldo teams and would atnnd u better chanco of clean-! 1ng up. The alternative scheme put forward now have been fixed for March 25 lo 29. On these dates the winners of the si and of the cast arc called upon to dash. However, changing dates seems to be the eaMeat thing those governing this serious can do ao don't be j- se'l at any further changes. QUEBEC WILL BE IN NATIONAL HOCKEY LGE. NEXT .YEAR; MALONE gregation. Tue Cardston boys are in' Ttle official dates of the games arc good shape and with a workout eacli l''om Tuesday, Amil 20, to Friday, day, they expect to take the floor on Friday, evening ill Hie pink of tion. These teams are very evenly matched, Cardston only winning Iho championship by ono point 21 to 20. There Is sure to be a big attendance on account of the great rivalry be- tween -the K. A. and High school teams, and besides, this; exhibition game wjll ha among the best of the April 30, tho entries .closing on March 19. Each nation competing is limit- ed to one 'com of seven men a maximum of seven substitutes. The rules of the games, with a few minor exceptions, have been adopted from thpso which governed the 0. H. A. competitions seven or eight years ago. The teams arc allowed seven a side and the- Canadian puck and stick Ladles Will Appear A spectacular preliminary f be staged between two of the ladies' teams of the High fchooi. Tbis event promises (o be real interesting and will bo replete with exciting play uud brilliant combination. bo The ice surface at Antwerp i on whicb tho Raines will be played, is lUJsaiil to measure 182 feet long an .5. AUSTRALIA REJECTS CANADA'S CHALLENGE Stoke 31 1C 12 Bun- 31 14 U Hull City 31 16 If. West Ham U. 30 13 10 ilONTRBAL, Slarch lone, captain anil centre forward of the Quebec hockey club, passing tbrougli Montreal today, gavo an em- phatic denial to tho rumor that Que- bec would not ba in tlio National Hochey League next year. H is un- derstood that there will be r new 7 53 36 Shrink in Quebec next winter. Malone 3 50 37 35 ami oilier members of the team were South Shields Barnsley Stockport C. 30 12 10 32 13 13 SO 12 11 Fulham 12 12 Leicester City 31 11 13 Bristol City 0 41 34 34 2 07 55 34 7 27 27 33 8 40 31 32 G 50 32 7-45 3S 31 7 42 43 81 7 29 48 29 Port Vale 30 1113 Xolts Forest 31. 9 14 Clapton Orient. 31 II J.c Rolherhani C. 32 'J 10 S 15 8 17 C 20 4 I'J 20 8 9 12 28 2S 28 Wolver'ton Lincoln City 32 Crlmsby Town 31 City 82 C 45 45 8 32 43 26 4. 33 45 2f, 7 40 68 25 7 42 57 23 7 35 73 23 5 22 59 17 3 19 60 17 Uernio Xols, Saskatoon Quaker's star player and favorite o( last sum- mer, is proving a. sensation li tlio DoOgt-r's camp ot Jacksonville, Kin. Raymond's basketball group is patting itself on its hack today. They are tickled all up the back over their win from the University of Alberta hoopers. They might well feel elated, Hegina id now looking for a chancf; Por'smoiHh j Crystal Palace j Cardiff City Watford is for two city leagues. As In Ihe i al speedy Winnipeg Falcons. Sin... other case it is thought threo announced delay tho.finals he- Southern League P. L. D. P. A. P. 31 3'J B 7 57 20 4c 31 15 li ID 47 31 40 SO K, C 9 52 30 39 30 17 10 32 13 S Queen's Park It. 30 14 10 Norwich City 13 S Plymouth Arg. 30 12 0 KiatCT 3) 12 10 Rrenlford 3 T12 10 Swindosi Town.-30 12 11 ll is in arms against the report that the Quebec franchise would be trans- ferred lo Tbrealo or Hamilton. SYNDBY. N.S.W., Jlarcn 10. Australian Tennis Association lias rejected Can- aria's challenge for tho Davis cup, tlie world's premier tennis trophy, on the gromul of its having arrived after the expira- tion of tho tfmo limit for chal- lenges. 11 is suggested, how- ever, that Canada apply to the other challenging nations lor a re-draw. Q "STRANGLER" t-EWIS WINS ROCHESTER, N.V., March Ed. "Stranglcr" Lewis, heavyweight wrest- ling champion .contender, threw Jack Edwards, Pacific coast champion, twice here last night in an hour tind 13 uiinutca, using tlio head-lock forl both falls. TO PLAY IN TORONTO MONTHBAL, '.March is now definitely decided that the Sons of Ireland, champions of the Quebec Ama- teur Hockey Association, will travel to Toronto to play 'Varsity in the pre- liminary round of the Allan cup, on March 16, and will play ihe second feame on March 18. The Gait Industrial Housing Co., Ltd., is being organized, and subscrip- tions are called for stock. Mlllvrall Ath.... 23 In each leaeae irould bo sufficient. Tha winners of each group would rtlti to play off for the city champion- ship. Having tha two leagues, It Is thought, might go a long way in in- orttslng Interest 1n baseball, psrhaps far more so than the proposal. This nchenio cannot bo criticised, aa perhaps the first can, that It might keep soma player from having his full ahero ot baseball. en the cast and west for tho Allan i dtp, Kegina wants them to pay a visit to Saskatchewan's capital. Vork State interils to bavo clean boxfnp. a long control The Walker bill BOM i T.ovvn to bring this about. A i bo formed under WALKER BILL TO PUT BOXING ON HIGHER LEVEL IN NEW YORK ALBANY, N.7., '.Mftrch Walker bill, legalizing bnrlne In Kow York was reported favorably by tho jenato judiciary com- mittee by 6 vote of nlno to threo. finally amended, the bill pro- tides for IwuLs under a .state aoncvUsion of at a year, wttb a Uconaing commltlco of three IKio wCI MtT8 without pay. Boxioe by yonths undflr IS years tf ago in not permitted, onii specific Icltnsea of tho bill prohibit tho selling W more tlciels than aro strata JOT .1 liool. from .1111 lui incu uiuitn i tho provisions of the bill. Xo porton _.' under eighteen years of age vrill he j allowed to box. Ticket sales inusl bo confined to tbo capacity of the seat- ing. Thle is another good feature o! the bill. The thing we know Ray- mond win want to take another crack at tho Lathbrldse hoopers, P. C. K. L. FINAL STANDING VAXCOUVHK, 'March The fcillowinc (s the final standing o! tho clubs In the Pacific Coast Hockey Club. W. Seattle 12 Vancouver 11 P. Victoria ......10 12 57 Pet. .St.i .000 .-150 3 44 23 37 11 4" 34 37 S3 35 D 40 23 S3 38 9 39 37 33 7 40 45 HI 3S -13 SO IMenhyr Town Ilrlghlon Hrijlol Celtic -Mothf-rweU Dundee Kilmarnor.k Airdriconians Aj- United Clyddbank Hearts Morion Dumbarton Queen's Park St. Mirren Clyde TJilsllo 30 10 13 Hibernians Kultli Hovers Palkirk Aberdeen Third I-annrk Albion Rovers Hamilton OTT AUTO UVERY Special Service on Country Trip's Phonei 787 Residence 1210 SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Phone 185C, Office 409 3rd Ave. S., Lethbridge, Alberta Ride in a MsLauglilin Special. It coats no mote. Jack HIM Jack Hollingsworth LETHBRIDGE TAXI FOURTH AVE. S., REAR OF PALACE CONFECTIONERY. 24 HOUR SERVICE PHONE 664 The Most Pppular Recreation Dominion Bowling Alleys Basement, Dominion Bldfl. Entrance on Slitti Street ANDY CAN FIX ANY RADIATOR TROUBLE. 418 Fifth Street South METRIC W101KG Ofvea you sg good a .bli, if no', better, than r.cetylcno or other welding and nt a Very Much Lower Prlee, Lawford Welding Co, 2nt) Avc., Opp. Lethbrldje Hole! Phont .1644 We Have Installed a Full Equip ment for Repairing AUTOMOBILE RADIATORS Can bandla all makes of cart. Expert Hot Air Furnace Work FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet MeUI Workert 336 6th St. South Phone ;