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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX THK K DAILY HERALtJ FiliuAY, MARCH 12 BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus l_ THI-b TOWM MOST ee VWVTFD r FER CRIMEA THEY J COMMITTED OTHE TIME DO THEX THE CURFEW 1H THIS TOVN0 RINC, AT NINE CJCLOCK'BOT IT WOKE THE PEOPLE UP WE 'bTOPPEC AfVE THE OH: HE WENT TO THE C TO Ay 001 JA. Baseball Team is Planned But Doubt is Expressed Con- cerning Obtaining Best Players Appropriations Made at Bxecu- ftve Meeting to Supply Equipment For- Two Teams in City Footbull and boebill will bo in by the C. P. Ft. Social atirf Athletic Club this sum- mer. At their executive meeting on Wednesday night appropriat- ions were made to supply equip- ment far both baseball and foot- bill teami. There It some doubt expressed about the to be met wltrg In a baseball team. It was point- ed out that the majority of the baseball players are trainmen, who cannot, as a rule, guarantee to be In Lethurldge on cer- tain date. This is the big diffi- culty the C. P. R. have to sur- mount thU year so they can put a first class baseball team in the field. They expect to draw the major- ity of their football players from the ranks of the miners in the em- ploy of the C. P. -ft. A canvass will be made Immediately to see how many players (hey can secure. A football team is absolutely a sure thing. OLD COUNTRY FOOTBALL LONDON, .March (By Canadian First League be- tween Chelsea and Blackburn today resulted in a victory for the laltcr by 8 lo 1. LONDON, March root- tall results today were First Division Liverpool 1; Sheffield .Wednesdax 0. Bristol City South Shields S; Notts Forest 0. c- o The Melting Pot Organized Miners' Athletic As- sociation at Meeting in Lib-, rary Wednesday Night ESKIMOS DEFEAT SASK. CHAMPIONS MOOSE JA.WT Bask, Hatch Edmonton Eskimos defeated Mouso Jaw by tlic score of S to 3 here tonight, the Alberta hockey thump ions thus defeating the Saskatche- wan champions two out of Ibree games. Two of the games were played In Mopsc Jaw and ono In Edmonton. Announce Intention of Having Baseball, Football and Hop- ing Aggregations Going Here Miners of Lelhbridgt are into sport with determination this year. They Intend to enter every branch they can find fol- lowers for among their ranks, A meeting was held Wednesday night when this matter was decid- ed. The Miners' Athletic Associa- tion was organized with the fol- lowing officers: J. C, Livingston, honorary president; L, E. Huff, president; J. Milling, secretary- treasurer; George W. Taylor, busi- ness manager; S. Seamen, Jas. Milling, L. E. Huff, George WJ Taylor, J. C. Livingston and J. Murphy, executive committee. A baseball team will be placed in the city league this summer, as well as a football team, ft is stated that among the ranks of the miners the finest football play- In the city can be found. A bowling outfit wilE be got together as Veil. GETS DECISION How about several bate- ball teams Lethhridge this year. Such are thriving In other parts of WeiUrn Canada snd receive splendid sup- port from both male and female fans. Miners are out to clean up sev- eral lines of spurt in Lethbridge this summer. They expect to have just as good a football team as any organization, and, from all it looks as if they have the goods. A baseball is a sure enough bet with them. This team for the city league. 'The more the merrier. e The C. P. R. Social and Athletic Club have decided to place a foot, ball team In the running summer. They are going to try to have a baseball team as well, but it looks as if may have to leave out some of their best material on account of the platers being employed as trainmen and being absents from-the city-'w much, r it is about tinie something de- finite was done toward organizing tKe city baseball league for the coming summer.'.; An early start would dpyaway with a last-min- ute rush on arrangements. St. GeorgVs football club is about the only one in the city that "has not reported for What is the matter with this, the jOldeat grcup.oC.fpptbaUers, in the this they Uo 'not intend to let this season i Arrangements Are Being Made To Tuke Over Six Teams to Home of Great Winter Game TORONTO, March curling circles hero It Is thought quite prob- able that the arrangements suggested by the Royal Caledonian Curling Club tor the proposed tour o[ (he curlers lo Scotland next January bo accepted by the Canadians. The Scottish club suggested that a team of six rinks representative oE the var- ious "curling" provinces of Canada be sent to Scotland. CALGARY HORSE WINS PINEHURST RACE TORONTO, March Globe special dispatch from. IMnehurst, N'.C.. saya: "The second annual spring a two mile af- fair run at Plnehnrst yester- day, was won by Melos. owned by George Xibbs, of Caleary, Alberta." s (Continued from Front Page.) Have Two Voles Tlic greatest discussion occurred over the method of voting for the reg Islcred owners, and this brough ubout (he virtual agreement that ther should bo two votes to a guarter sccUon under it. Registered owners who are also occupiers ol the Ian'" will thus havo two votes. they have told to a purchase under agreement of sale, the regis- lug the matter up with the associat- ions of olher provinces. CURLING p. c, of Voir HREIlll The Canadian Qac Ot- vlce guarantees to do. It twtfer. For the Ford and Chavrofet the li H.OO For the MeLaughlln and Dodge the price fi Made to fit all models and slits of ctri. MADE FOR TRACTORS See ui about this wonderful little gat and Mechanical Garage COR. 4TH AVE. 4 3RD ST. S. OTT AUTO UVERY Special Service on trips Phones 1210 G. S. Pearcoy. secretary of tne owner and the purchacar wil tarlo Curling Association, Is now one vote each, the purchaser oh laining his through a power of allor ney which Ihe.registered owners wi be "required to file with the secretary- treasurer ol the district, and under which the purchaser may vote. 11 was decided that this would work out fairly to all, as 50 per cent, of the voles in a district must bo polled to make an election legal, and n bond issue must be carried by a two-thirds majority of thoso voting. a team. just a few more (By J. S. K.) It is a little lato In the day to give the results of last Saturday's struggle lor the Cadillac Cup, but I see n Tahcr curling report ten days old, so here goes: This was the third effort to lift the cup from MacleoO, and it v.-ns another dud. Two rinks, or course, made the trip. Hugh lioyd led lllll Bill Crawford and R. A. Smith into action against the Stewart hoys and held days now and them lo a tie on the 16th, but was pass HOT SPRINGS, Ark., March Young Fitzsitnmons, of Oklahoma, won a referee's decision ever Jack Dillon, of Indianapolis, in 10 rounds, here last nigh I. f certain newspaper readers will begin j down two on the last end. J. S. Kirk- loslng interest peace treaty i ham heW brooln for Hilrry Men. "10. and j Keith and Bill Xelson, and Arthur young gamc wjjn a poiut points down on the round. As soon as it tightens up they are Boing back, ns it wns splen- did ice and. keen games. By the way, all members who have n F A favorite since Pioneer days other first page stuff, (or Ihose old familiar box scores will malic their appearance. thousands and Ihou- sands of Canadians the baseball news in the spring and summer Is regard- ed us tlie most fnterpsltag lilerature of the day. With peace once more in the Amer- ican Ijeague everyone connected with baseball anticipates, tie .most suc- cessful season in the history of the national pastime. Probably the most interesting fea- ture of the race in the lengues from the fans' standpoint will he tho playing of Connie' Mack's 1920 Atli- For five years they have been Ihc underdogs o( haae-ball, but Mack has promised to b'o up and fighting with the league Iradem this year and his thousuntls of friends will be pull- ing for him lo again regain his old itandiug in [he baseball world. ,'A study of the: a919 batting rec- ords of the American League reveals a strange angle of Ihe slugging prow- ess of Ualie Buth. Last season Ty Cobb, premier swatter of tho cir- cuit, made 191 basa hits, which yield- ed, a total of bases, while Ruth made only 130 nils, yet they yielded 254 base.3, Hutu, with 52 fewer nils, secured 23 additional sacks. Hutu led the Detroit plnyer In home runs by a margin of 29 lo I, hut Cobb made far more doubles and triples than the borne-run .king. The peculiar turn of fate which gave Cobb hia )3 triples and hut ono home run is ono of the queerest on record. Brevity Is the soul ot wit, When directed to write a com- position on baseball recently at Santa (Cal.) a schoolboy turned In these three words; And as a reward for hTs mas- terpiece he tent from the classroom for a vitlt to the prin- cipal's office. Is the humor entirely lost among school PRINCE OF WALi CHEWING TOBACCO YANK REGULARS AT LAST WIN FROM THEIR RECRUITS; RUTH MISSED Fia., March Tho Y.'nikee regulars for the first (line rdn defea second This, It ix'as would liot throw Insuperable difficulties in the way of forming a district. All this framework, of course, is merely tentative and remains to he drafted into legal phraseology, hut the house was -practically ngrecd on the substance of it during' the discussion. As Mr.' lioyle first outlined the arrangement' ho put the proposilion that the pui chasers under an agree- ment of sale might have, a vote in purely tentative terms, saying that they would probably be allowed a vole in the formation of dislricts, hut not on the bonding privileges. Afler the lengthy discussiqn, tho general opin- ion, sanctioned by remarks of Prem- ier Stewart himself, was thai the pnr chasers should have en.ua] voting rights with the registered owners in not yet jald this year's dues, do so at elections, also, on the terms out- once. The secretary-treasurer is C. B.'Carberry. He Is a busy man and should not have to chase anybody. Pony up! and get ready for the Irish- Scotch battle on the 17tu. BETTING FAVORS JIMMIE WILDE FOR TOLEDO FIGHT TODAY TOLEDO, 0., March Wilde, flyweight champion of Great Britain, and Frankie -Mason, of Kort Wayne, Indiana) claimant ot the Amer- ican title, will meet in a 12-round deci- sion bout at the Coliseum tonighl. Nearly four thousand scats have been disposed of. Ed. Sinllli, a Chicago newspaperman, will he the third man in the ring. Tho weight for the bout is 10S pounds and both contestants were un- der lhat notch and have been pro- nounced as being in perfect condition. Betting has been running along about, even, with Wilde n slight (avorito. Wilde will draw down JUi.OOO for his end of the bout, while Mason accept- ed I JIM LONDOS APPEARS lined in the foregoing. Premier Stewart was inclined to be a little dubious over the two votes lo EI section proposition, but strong argu- ments in favor of it by Mr. Hoadley, Attorney-General Boyle, Hon. A. G. MacKay, Gen. Stewart, and Col. Spen cer, brought virtual consent from the premier, Ihe principal argument being that it was the laud which carried Ihe vote. NEW YORK, March I-on- dos, Ihe OreeR wrestler, will reappear here when ho raeels Salvalore Cheva- lier, tho Trench litle-holdcr, In a fin- match Jlouday night at iladiaon Squnro Garden. duel will be a prelude to tha match between Bur! Cnitdock ond Slranglcr (he win- ner of which will meet Joo SLcchcr for (ho world's ehamnlorisblp. plenty of Wiling, Onee more the pleasuro of k hit was denied Babe linlh. In the camp of (he Dodgers, Cant. Xiifk Wheat, and Myers turned up yesterday. Myers reported lhat lirimcs, only Dodger now missing, would be on hand In a few days. I'mpire Hank O'0ay presided at the seven Innings in Hie afternoon, which (he rccriiiiH non from the regulars, to lio hurt to call tho pitchers ou several occasions for "running" the hall, gelling Into practice for Ihe new SKATING CHAMPIONSHIP NBW YORK. March na- tional Ice-skating Ilguro champion- ships will be decided here lloreh if) to 21, it was announced today. The meet will bo held under Ihe rules of tho International skating Union of .America and will includo solo ovenls junior championships. LET 'ER GO! SAN ANTONIO, TCTBS, Mar. McGraw gave his Olanls ycslerday the welcome order: "Lai which meant lhal lor Ihc first time the regulars were permitted to use everything they had. (Ttftn Oar Own corrssponrtentl x WAHNEK, March A, G. who has been seriously ill in riSllibrMge, returned home today. V. S. M.P.I'., spent the week-end at home, returning lo Ed- monton on Monday.. J. J. Plord of the Ohio Farms, re- turned lo Warner oa Saturday, hav- ing spent the winter In (he States. Berg Is wearing a broad smile' those days, Mrs. Berg having presenU ed him with a twelve ponnrl baby girl. Mother anil daughter are both doiny well. Conklln, road construction fore- man for this district, returned lo Warner last week. Mr. Conklln has spent Iho winter with friends in Iho Stairs. Mr. Caldwell thinks he has the rec- ord of a Lethbridge resident beaten for early chickens, as ho reports the rivfll of len on the first of March. N. Woolard has shipped his effects, to his new farm (it Skiff. Const.ible Ilidson. In charge of Ihe local detachment ot the A. I'. Police has Issued a warning to all motorists that auto licenses musl bo oblaincd immedinlely or proceedings and (Ine will follow. On Mtmilfty Constable 7lidson sum inoncd J. dine Tui before J. P. Grmly on a chargo ot operating devices in Iho slinne of punch boards.! Roth parties pleaded guilty and.wcrn fined and cosls, the apparatus being confiscated, Rev. C..E. Crngg of I.ethhridge, Is in (own preaching special sermons In connection with the Forward Move- ment of Iho Bvaiifjellcnl church here every night this, week. The'attend- ance far has been very encountg' Ing, special music being an added at- SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Phone 1856, Office 409 3rd Avt. S., Ulhbrldgt, Atbe'rta Ride In a McLaughlin K costs no more. 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