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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LFTTHBRIDGE DAILY HKHAtD MONDAY, MARCH 15, 192 OOHT TALK TO Me OiDtvT I TELL -YOU TO BE. HOME AT A C. -V A O t- ST. GEORGE'S F. C. MEETS TONIGHT WORLD OF All interested in tbo St. George's Football Club aro re- quested lo attend a meeting to he held in the Y.M.t.A. to- night at S o'clock. The meet- ing will decide whether to rim n team this year or not, and if deemed advisable will elect officers and tonu plans for the season. Ing tournament lo start within a few days. A meeting has been called for all lovers of ten pins for Tuesday night Ir. Ihs Dorr.I-lca Bowling alleys to lalk over matters and to select .teams. It Is proposed to have each team composed of two players. Efforts will be made lo have Iho teams fi3 evenly 'think, but all tho players Ihlck this j matched as possible. It Is hoped to Is a pennant winning hunch. IKet tourriameut by the end Botton o! thin wect and. It is Ihoughl, it will Boti Boston teams ara a IJttle wor-'only taVe three or four dara to ruu It risd. They era Ihe bail fans' off. A Favorite since Pioneer Da PRINCE OP WALES CHEWING TOBACCO TWO SIZES War has been declared In Leth- bridge In the football world. Ef- forts are being made by all teams to cabbage every good player In the city with the result that there Is much conjecture as to where the etars will be this summer. The St. George's are going to organize in the Y.M.C.A. tonight. A good following of this, the old- est team In the city, is wanted. Turn out and start the old team oft with plenty of enthusiasm. A surprise has been sprung In baseball circles of the city. A new team Is fast blossonrna Into perfection. That Ic the K. C.'i. They have already rounded up a large bunch of well known players for this summer. The bankers aro supposed to be getting busy and this season expect to have just as strong an aggregation as ever before. One ol Ihe best crowds of the sea- son was In attendance, and judging by the greatly enjoyed the 'Shame, anded straight countering 3K.WZSIL rhu March a slory let it he said right now that it Bounds like one cnamat- Ing from the Ananias Club when that organization was at its a golfer mak'ng the clghloen-hols course Chas. up a of "tab In thl, state In When thc present practice nutting I green was the eighteenth green this [man drove so poorly and so far off I lhe line from Ihe first lee lhat he I holed out In Ihe cup at the home hole. lard right to head, and Wilde i hard right lo head a stiff Jabi ot, Irietl a dozen lefts and came _____ landlm all of 'hem. Wildo scored left .j t., and right, countering to head.i Cardston was good In Wilde landed hard right and left loiana mop plnySloanheld i DCDt tlial yal1 can; Wild, counlerlng wilh left. In long- j j The Most Popular Recreation Moott Jaw in going to sound the bugle in the baseball life of the city. They will play a picked team from the city here on April 23, body and rifht to jaw. left and right to (ace, Mason counter- ing with rlgut lo hody and lell to face. Mnson put lefl and right to face, and forced Wilde to ropes wilh right to throws and rhin. Mason was smiling. Both miss- ed right swings and lefls In a hard clash (is Ihe bell Bounded. H. Brynor for Raymond had H foul throws and made (our Iraskeln. white Cahoon for Cnrdston had eight foul ono basket. At the close of the ga'ne dancing WITH KILTIES; SO DOES RALPH MILLER OF PEG. Dominion Bowling Alleys Basement, Dominion Bldfl. Entrance on Sixth Street 1 Manae'T Kid (UcMSOn of tlu: Whito j Sox Iliinhs lir> will frot work out MJI" Wirin Xoyes this Hcnson, in the twirlur'a pruflous lall- nrc-3 with other clubs. MOOSE OAME WITH LETH. Moosr; Jaw of 'tbo Canada wants to v'ay an othiblllon game In Lflllibrldsn on 2S. O. hEi3 recrMVKl -i Jeller from Nick tho .Millers' manaitK-. for a same nn Iho fibovo dale. Moose Jaw trill loar. a battery to Ijethbrldge. Mr. Oreen stat- cd I Ills morning that bridco will oblige. was Indulged by tho being fur- NEW YORK, March Slmwkey, votcran pitcher, strayed in- to Iho Kilty oflicea at high noon today and left a little- sunshine In Miller Muggins' lumbago-clouded life by sub- tcriblng lo :i 1920 contract. The midget miutjger also lhe signing of two Canadian pltchcra Miller, n southpaw from Hc- Blnn. nnd Chester Murphy, a right- hnndcr, who was a member of the ANDY CAN FIX ANY RADIATOR TROUBLE. Fifth Street SouA IWUriU I ItlllUrtU ft 1. rt IV J _ _ lefl tmd indulged In long-range nntlcr tho direction ol I.COM. toomni. Maton scored right to body. The orchestra also furnished mid Ihoy stood toe-lo-loc, Wlldo fore- during thc ing Mason to break ground, Wilds worc greatly for.'t-il Mason lo ropes with left. Mason Their appearance again landed straight left to face. Wildo put future may he looked (nrwonl to. over hard left hook lo stomach. Wilde c-roased liln rlsrht .Irlvitii: hack- Raymond was beaten and derisive- WIMo's li.ftt bFow was Iho ly at that, but Ihey nesU not go homo liardftst ot the IlgM. feeling for they put up a 12-Thny shook hands. Wilde'plucky fight. The visitors wevu the sent MdKon back with left lo fccarl, first lo cheer Ihe foncjuerors at tin! and landed lo chin. In n clinch codduslon of lhe game nnd limy a Ma.wn htld. Wilde landed two rightK f.dmllled that they lost to a holler to head, fon-inc Mason backwards.] ttsni. They took their downfall In .M.'isor. lar.ilwl two lefts and theu good grace, demonstrating Ihelr true Manon landed two lo In every.way possible. hnrly. Ifff to While the score was lhe play was nol nearly ro uneven, 1'hn Academy had K good share nf Iho ball, but thoy wero unnblolo penelrale tho jtonewali defence of Cnnl and Jacoha. A grnat of Inlernst has been Wliinliii'K Icam lasl season. Thr 'roulvie" pilchers, Miller and 1 among Uio best of the the course of thui IM9 Canadian crop. 'Miller Is a big, greally opplauded.lyounK kid. 21 years old He is six B ij fcu, KID pounds. Jfciphy is 23 and weighs! ISO pounds. He Is 5 feet 11 Inches I.. Kill. Em mm Gives you ns Kood a Jpb. if heller, than r.tetylr-no or other welding an.l at a Very Much Lowef Price, Lawford Welding Co. 2nd Avc., Opp. Lcthuridgo Hotel Phone 1544 t.. ff 't -1 clinciiini; while lhe gong K tn Id-ring. xclmngeil light blows In WHITE SOX 00 SOUTH lllHCACrO, March i Members of tho Chicago American CARPCNTIER MAY MEET DEMP3EY IN EUROPE I'AIIIS. March manager of C'arpcntifir, heavyweight cham- llnn of Kiironf, yesterday sign- o'i ;i contnicl with C. B. 'rene. the Mrltlsh boitng pro- motor, for a Ofht hetwecn C'nrpentiar nnd Jack Dempsey In Kurope. tblr, Informntlon to the Asmo- ialed 1'ress protions lo Car- pentfor's departure from I.oasue team loft Chicago lasl night! aroused over tho prospects of a bound for Hie spring '.raining quarters [bridge-Raymond gnmo staged, on tho :it Waco. TMHS, In charge of ilanagor; local floor, itct'u loams are nearly Ilavro for Ameriea this after- Charles Oleason. Plicher Eddie Cl- eijuol, and lhe conleat wouM, wllhout noon, colte. ultiiouKh ho has nol rot tho fastest Been In C'ardston od, loft tlio saiwd. I in yean. Have Installed a Full Equip- ment fcr Repairing Clan handla nil innhos of cnra. Expert Vlot Air Furnace Work FREEL ELLIOTT Shest MeUI Workers 336 6th 3t. South Ui3 ;