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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX THK UTRBRIDOB DAILT SATURDAY, MARCH BRINGING DP FATHER X BytHcM WAVMN' MV OlAMON VJUKT DQVflH THE I OOtfT j AN' QUICK At> CANT IT.L euv -YOU AN- OTHER. DIAMOND WHY NOT BRING HER HERE When your low a-ihop- plug probably hasn't tha time to foturu home for her luncheon and naturally wind to make every niiuuta count. Bbe will utve time ind at thu umo time eat quality klgd of food that the Ii accui- toiued to burc at jrou brine ber to the SILVER GRILl Varsity Quint and Raymond Clash at Sugar City Tonight nut jWRTIl LIFE University Hoop Squad Keen For Game After Trimming Calgary the Northern Alberta Ctwnplon I five, the Edmonton Vartity floor with the Southern Alberia champs at Raymond tonight to decide the provincial champion- ship, fans may expect to tee the snappiest exhibition of the game of tho present season. aquad come south flushed With many notable victories. Last but means least is the com- paratively easy win ovf.r the 50th Battalion team of Calgary. SVth was an easy victim, ttllt the tale: 31-14. no find awaits them In the City. The pig classic aids fair to be a tough battle. Walker it wearing his winning smile and his boys show the best of condition. The opera house, the scene of the game, is idsal for basketball, and it is expected that the spacious auditorium will be packed with enthusiasts from all parts of the south. BOXING, TOO There will 'bo something mov- ing all the time tonight, accord- ing to word from Raymond. Good preliminary tussle has been ar- ranged, and boxing bouts between the halves of the main game. Af- ter the game when the. "tumult and the shouting dies" dancing will be the order on Raymond's celebrated spring floor. Here is how the teams will likely line up; Varsity Butchard, Necker, Manson, Conrad, McAllis- ter, sub. Raymond Walker, Meldrum, Fairbanks, Fisher. 1 BIG DlFr-'lCULTlLS j H's hard to introduce Tlie Game, in i fur-off, foreign lands. i It's difficult to start the sport upon those distant sands. For, though the folks may the game, and really to play. There's obstacles that supervene, and i grimly block the iray; i How eouhl you play in Holland, when j a sliding runner's spikes j Might Hood tho country when they ripped right through tlae line of dykes? How could you play Canmore Defeats Carstairs And WiB Play Off With Blairmore; Game in Pass Town On Tuesday HOT SPARKSi Ftom tkt Training Camps Blairmure Will Travel Back to Canmore Mine Towns For It I CARSTAIRS, March jnmrc defeated Cat-stairs I to 3 i here yesterday afternoon and HOCKEY RESULTS VICTORIA 11, VANCOUVER 8. VICTORIA, .March to- IVj 1 1V1-1. -llilrCU 1L. V1UVU11U Switzerland, earned I he right to play Blair- [night won the last scheduled game in ".ore in n home and home series. P-mc Coa Hockey association CouW dianfor, unless straight up and down? j at. Blwnnore next Tuesday ami 'inVf thC Canmorc next ThursdaV, to j Would cover game and players, with decide Hie possession of the ill- t a sandhill ten feet deep! You couldn't play in Hindustan, where Itt'rmeiliale hockey I fielder, deep in right, 'ship of Alberta Would find a tiger watting with a gor- j seous appetite! You couldn't play in tropic where the cannibals would Okotoks Teanf Withdraws Its Pro test On Game LAN 018 TO KAUFF CHICAGO, March wu learn-1 ed hero.latt that Judge national baseball arbiter, in his recent: interview with Benny KauBT, Newj_, York Giant outfielder, told Kiua that Though It Had Real Grounds ho he not play basa-i Didn't Want To Tie UB tell until charges ksainst him hare! Vf been cleared up.- UP TO LANDIS i CAWIARY, March not SAN ANTONIO. Teias. March only has a good hockey team but thu Whether Benny Kauff. outfielder for i management ol that team are real the New National! will be in sports. They demonstrated their the Giants' lineup depends on actiou taken by Judge Landls, baseball biter, it was KUteA last night by Man- ager McGraw. OTTAWA BLANKS ST. PATS. OTTAWA, Mar. Playing with the old time dash ami determination champion- 1 which took thorn through. tho first !liil1" Nutlouiil Luagno schedule I to win with several' games to iCSteroav'S game was siren- j tho Ottawa Senators blanked the St. I isles. iious from start to flush, Car- I Patrick team of Toronto here tonight I cana wou wish n i i A M11 first of the post-season fames t To serve you all (the umpires first) i Bail's assuming a goal lead in i to determine who will defend tho as a steaming supper-dish! first period, but they had I Stanley cup against the Pacific Coast Oh, you can talk ot far-off lands __ _________ ;_ losaue leaders by a score of 5 to 0. jvu tau UL lar-uii innus i i ti i where the eager foot would roam! ionl-v on "lc lcc m lwo But tho good old Game, tho Only weeks, and they lucked the con: 'George Dufresne, Quebec Hock- ey Player, Takes Court Ac- tion Seeking Registration for a writ of mandamus compelling registration committee of the Quebec branch of the amateur hockey association to grant him an amateur card was resumed yesterday and re- sulted in some lively tilts between counsel on both sides and a flaal de- claration by X. K. K.C., counsel for the plaintiff to tht effect that "on nimsy evidence these pon- tiffs of meaning a majority of the registration committee, "hud in manner which brought discredit Game, is safest hero at home! Soft ico made skating and puck-carry- ing extremely difficult and the enor- i n r i mous crowd that attended treated Idition to keep up Hie last pace to a verv game. The terrinc Hint was maintained throilghoul pace set by the Senators howerer, kept the interest alive, and the came was a hard, grinding; struggle (or the both teams, with the on the attack throughout. Only in the first twenty minutes did St. Patricks show anything like the form 'displayed by them la for- jby their opponents. 't On the run of the play, best team won. MONTREAL, Mar. hearing of the case of Georse Dufresne. iviio is asking and bad faith into cmestion, eliminat- ed Dufresne from the status of an apiateur hockey player, as judged by the code of the association." The bearing was adjourned. Watch Monday's Paper For Prize Money Coupon must be cut aloncj dotted line I ENTRYFORM I GOVERNING THE COMPC- TlTION ARE AS FOLLOWS: I GAMES PLAYED MAR. 19TH SEMI-FINAL ENGLISH CUP Cardiff vi. Woiverhampton. Tottenham vs. Preston, FIRST DIVISION Derby County vs. Bradford. Hutfdersfield vs. Alton Villa. Middlesboro vi. Liverpool. SundeHand vs. Chelsea. SECOND DIVISION Birmingham vs. Briitol City. Blackpool vs. South Shtejds. Fvlhim vi, Notti Forest. Leeds United vs. Bury. THIRD DIVISION Bristol Rovers vs. Northampton, Crystal Palace vs. Swindon. Luton vs. Plymouth. SCOTTISH LEAGUE Hamilton vs, Albion Rovers. Kiimarnoek vs. Dundee. Ct. Mirren vs. Ayr United. I cuter tbe Horalil Football Com- accordance with the I. Tli? competition will be called Hera.: l Football Competition. Competitors will be entitled to iviany entries a.i ihey desire, provided e.'uli c-n'.ry ia accompanied by twentr rents, and cuupuns lo Qtii.'l- of entries. must cross out tha or the clubs tlicy think wJl e names of both caw result. be secured from tlie Piijfe of Tho Herald. u Aii monies received will bo re- in oriafiH. amount and r.-'.mbcrs of >'ill be published Monday morning for week's Remits of competitions will to snoctpsfiil competitors will illiVl on receipt of nni.f.n Lv flic Athlftlo News. flrHt. or third HcraSd reserve .i v-oinptiu-rjrs rnusi nitmt.J or the clubs I !r-5ti cross out the if tiU'V consider a di'a i. Coupons can only I The trouble with plain-clothes Ii tha fact that their feet come around the cornir firtt, and their bodies fot-1 low fifteen later, SOME STARTLING TRUTHS j Babe Ruth will probably hang on- i to his job all season. Frank Baker, will either play ball this year or stay out of the Oempiey and Carpentlir will fight the sucker crop is sufficient. Joe Beckett will not be knocked out Ithis year, unless he fights somebody. 1 Charlie Chaplin will faint when he I his income tax charges. g i AM'American football teams .wili [continue to reflect individual assinini- i ties of writers. The Kaiser is noiv tailing folks that he dreamed, dreams, before he began hit scheme of con- quest. the nightmare is just beginning to soak the German people! right e; I petition in ruiea 8Bd conditions announced c Iabore. and njree to accept Uic pah- a1- lialicd decision as flual ami I bindins. .-...........................1 i i :l of fl wlifi Kii Trill t p 'inMtrd of pri-'L-'d or hfrfore mid- ys. A Friday post- of the city ill hp consirlf-rcd as nd of ust be clearly marhed Indoor over the list of marriaaa llcenns to sec who was 'lm .to ,J' i! foolish yeat.rday. Ifoasistcnt pj i Outdoor sport: Bringing a lies car I'roni the Detroit factory to our burs j overland, ai tins time of the year j "A farmyard hunter'' to laiow j ii' a mink can be caught ivith ferrets, j you want to lose the ferrets. I We tried it once in our youth. Five i ferrets and one mink. And the mink [had lire dinners. The pitcher that to the i too often wasn't in it the pitcher 1who went to the slab too frequently. Some wonderful results come from the lucubrations of licads that lire to- i tally bald on the inside. Yep. See wbat Congress does! S. 0. E. Defeated by Veterans, a New Team in Both Foresters Teams Also Knocked for the Semi-Final. There were surprises galore in the' second rouml of the Wright Shield j Carpetball competition last evening. I lilayed In (lie Moose hall. The Sons of. England, holders of the Barrowimtn i Shield, went down to defeat to the; Vets, a. new team. It was no fluke i Kither, as the smre indicates, 21; the winners played a j .me right through. An-1 other team that lu-s Jieen going good throughout the season (Count Unity. A. O. P.) lost to iho Moose by 22-8, Tiut it might ha mentioned that the Foresters were hiinilicapped by beins short in thei Jine-up. -The Posties triumphed over Court Star. A. 0. F. by 22-7. The followins .were the results: Vets 21. S. 0. K. C. Moose 23, Court Unity A.O.K. 8. Posties 22. Court Star A.O.F. 7. In the semi-final the Vets are drawn against the Moose, rhe Posties to play the Dates will be announc- mer appearances here. After this period they wilted under the heary going and were never dangerous. The Senators became better aa the came progressed and completely outplayed the visitors, in every department of. the game, SUMMARY Pint Periocf Xo score. Second Period Ottawa, 1; Cy Denneny, Ottawa, 2; Boucher, Third Period Ottawa, S; Denceny, Ottawa, 4; Boucher, Ottawa. 5: Boucher. .30. Final score; Ottawa S, Jk. Patricks 0- On March 23; Boys AD R arm To Go sportsmanship last night when-they withdrew their protest against Bluir- more. They did this in order-not to tic up the elimination- .series, -as it would have taken a few days to get nil the officials of the amateur afuocia- Lion together to hear- tke- proteet and by that time it would be-too late tu declare a champion to trarel-to Win- nipeg to .play in the Allan cup Ganmore will nhallenge the winner of the tykotoks-Blairrnore series and have :the consent of both teams that they wjll plar should they win. Okotoks had real grounds for a pro- test against the goal that Blairniore scored when the goal posts were dis- placed. Nifty Opponent for Gis Splrou, Bantam Champ, Dug Up BRANBON HOCKEY TEAM by McKcnna Camp j TALKS OF INJUNCTION Clad tiding., likewise joyim AGAINST GAMES 'PEG I There will loon'be Mother moniter I WINNIPEG; Mar. tmatmr boning staged for tor an 'injunction restr'ainjjw the Can- FRIDAY NIGH Tiiore TV-ill be a' solf moeting in the council chamber Friday tho ISth at p.m. All who are interested in the game or who ars likely to be are urged to lieep that night open. The committee chosen to consider rellon for the golf Cull.rae for 'ho coming year, have a (lion favouring the proposi- Verhaining at the Henderson ed later. the of tlw enthuilaitB of manly art of biffing the other fel- low on tho and all the young blooOa (and a few ot the old ones too) are all "hot up" about it. The nest boxing tournament haa been set for siiight, Mar. 33rd, at the Majestic theatre, under the same capable management that were reiponsible for the recent big boilns success. This time, the committee are being swamped with entries, from the like- liest looking bunch of boys that ever displayed any ambition to climb into the roped arena, and it's a sura thing that there will bo no shortage of talent on tho next big night. Many of tiie star performers of the lost carnival will be on hand to de- fend their newly acquired titles, this being especially so in the cases of Thompson, the lightweight champion, Tilloch, the welterweight king, and young Toughey Whitney, the paper- 1 weight sensation. Keen rivalry ts existing between the boys of the 39th and 30th Batteries, and both batter- ies will be well represented. A new boy from the McKehna camp Is anxious to tangle with our own Oits Spirou, and it is likely that this tld-bit will be staged. The event is being heartily enter- tained bj- numerous business men around town, and already two cups have been douated. 0. B. Edgett will donate one. and Guy Roy will donate the other. Hals off to these fwo regular ajiortsmen. These two cups are to go to the winners ot the school championships. Amateur authorities are taking n l lively interest in tho work of the lo- cal committee, and with the' body of adian amateur hockey association from playing the Allan cup ellraina- tlon games in Winnipeg is threatened by the Brandon hockey club, winners of the Manitoba senior championship, according to reports received here. President Dr. H. O. McDiarrniil of the -Manitoba hockey association, antl A. E. McDkirmid, of the. Brandon club, were in Winnipeg tu- day consulting legal advice on matter, it is aaid. tbe Cardinal Logue has appealed to Irish factions to make St. Patrick's Day the occasion of. a truce. clean amateur officials behind the Park links this season. There has also been some work done arranging for more satisfactory j movement, success is assured, conduct of the game at the Park i '_Hemembef the Mar. which will have a very beneficial YOUNG MONTREAL WINS fect on the game in Lethbridge. This sealon, apparently, is going to see tbe biggest year of golf this city 'has yet enjoyed. Many beginners are waiting to give the game a tryottt, and usually thfit mcailE a convert. oven jj j to drive a hundred miles. worth it. It'll bs PROTECT TROUT WATERS I FAMOUS DISTANCES Boston to Brownsville. Pitcher to home plate. Dan to BccrGheba. Four yards to gajn. Forty minutes from Broadway. One to ten and out. Copyright National Xowspapr Service THE BIKE GRIND XEW YORK. Marrh1 last PHOVIDE.VCK. R. Mar. j Young Montreal of Providence, was i awarded the judgus' decision ovc-r I I'aul Dcnters of Bedford, in a fuse U-nmml bom bore last night. I ffatchitGrow! And ;iKain the fans difl them- stives prcrail. There was a rogular proresainn of competition enlranls to tbe HoraH yestenlaj- afternoon and list FREDER1CTOX, X. an on- It is houeil that.the Henderson Park I denvor to iirotect the trout waters of day's grinil of lilcv. j r-lphl. with the result that the outlook tie rsc.1! .'it Square Garden for another bnost jfiilini! tlipji! t'- Lethbridfla Heralds for sale by our newsboys in all cittc.1; ard and n Jll trains and by our agents in the foilcwituj Williams; Pharmacy, Maurice Hat Works News Co., Labor News A'jsiicics. Ns- tionaf Newsstand; Alexander Cigar Store: Di-tin Co.; T. Faunch; Cijiar Stores Ltd.; Harper Cigar Store; M. McCabc: GKFAT MEDICINE MANY. Manybtrriea Pharmiky: Pharmacy; MILK F. A. Moir: Whilworth, A. D. Fcrtjiisoi-.: Sorenion; PINCHES CREEK-S. A. Tucker, R. F. HMWi; C. Drug Store: J. flitter: Drug tnd Stationiry Co., L. T. Westlake; King. Kennedy, Dallas Hotel, Alexander Hotel BUod. Elite PenvlVq Drug Store, North Ucthbrlcige, and J. G. ft Co. N. burn anil UStFi liour tn- to tlir! put i'nnil Monday over tho ob- Kainiion. They inonuni? hours Ui'i BIG ARENA FO onp tic contOKt founnn, ;infl thi'j of tho narrowing down iho juira aro not'fai much haclt. and ihoir nore ou course will lie put into, and be kept up in bettor, shape than heretofore. Tho thing now is to get as largo a membership as possible, so that the fees ri-iii be kopt as close to former years as possible. This meetiiig is very important. Some urgent buainess has to be zone, into, and it is necessary tbat as large a golfing crowd as can be got togeth- er to be on hand Friday evening the ISth of March. this and other iirovincoH, Bruns- wick lias taken the initiative in thi; extermination of the shell duck, which is especially destructive to trout. Smoke CHINA HAS INCOME TAX has fallen in line with other rial Ions and ror the first I time in her history lias imposed on 1 income las, dating from January 1. 1921. The ministry of finance ba postal notices about Peking announ iug the fact. A BltnJ of Import- is tJ Virginia Leaf WiUard Batteries Win They win on you tWnk of batterin you mturally thiolc 6nt of Willtrd. They win on quality. The nmt important battery improvements, including Threaded Rubber Insulation, originated with WiUard. They win in doltars-ami-eents MV. ing. No outlay for renUcement of insulation if you buy the Wiflard Threaded Rubber Battery becauK Threaded Rubber Insulation the battery plates. The Willard Threaded Rubber Bat- tery 13 standard on 175 caVs. us about it. We're headquarters for Willard Batteries and WilUrd SerricE. SCARLETT SERVICE STATION 311 7THST. SOUTH ALBERTA. PHONE 611. Willard Batteries FHONC CM st.Mina i- iind is to VARSITY j arc p1 r. t'orm biiilt! How at Torunici with ii i n.-neh iu-ity of Knvon tliD'.L.iaiid! trtl! tho talf. isi it is The plans fur the l Dr. 0. C. Crewman. AgenMleneral of tha wona before thej for Ontario In London, is confined to money isos to Special In Re-Treading FOR ONE MONTH ONLY 30 x Plain Re-treadlnfl ...'................................VO.OO 30 x Non-Skld Re-treading mllei 30 x Paragon Tread Tires (5.000 mllca Sectional Work; Broken Beadi; Tubn work guaranteed. THE MODERN VULCANIZING SHOP MS Sixth St. S. at (traham Motors.) B. K. Chaplin, Mgn The Mucleod Vulcanizing ;