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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta fHl LRHBMDGB DA1LT T3ERAIO TUE50AT. MARCH 10. UP FATHER Bjtlclaas OOT AT A MONTH- L FIATUM SIKVICt. INC. 3 "9 WHYNOTBWNG HER HERE Whsn your vifq. CMS a-shon- ping she probably hain't time return hpme (or luncheon and naturally want! to mike every minute count. Hhe will tare time and at tb') tame time eat quality kind of food that she accus- tomed to have at you bring her Lu the SILVER GRIll CANMORE PRAOICALLY EUMINATES BLAIRMORE, CROW LEAGUE CHAMPS, BY WINNING ON LAITER'S ICE BY H SCORE Mountain Crew Too Fast for Blairmore Greatest Game of and Renicka i Start for Blairmore Team Played Hard to Fans Saw Battle. little Tony Valpravo found the nets ten minutes after for the last goal of I the game, making the score Canniore Dlainnore S. Carl Kendall of the Calgary Cana- diajs handled the game. He was quite impartial, but local fans have seen better work. NONSENSE RHYMES The football player Is not i He spends the spring and summer, i laying low. And thinking of new deviltries, new jolts and bin's. :h, next antumu, to confute j Two Men Under Dawson Went Over Six CARPETBALL Tlie semi-final and final _games of .Carpetball will be 4 played oft Monday, March 21st, at S in Mocree Hall. CURLING The sorast man in all the nation vide, i (joca Coli! he Dominions retained their lead he city 10 pin league last night i' Once 'he 17th of Ireland when they took two games from the i heaves in sight, for' years the Irish took the first'nave celebrated dair by put- Whole Town on Deck Together With Jtany Visitors to Wit- ness Victory (From Our Own Correspondent) RAYMOND, Mar. were all there, Raymond en masse, and many from Lethbridge and othar points About 1.000 people jimnmuuj WIlIl I. in ine SeCOntl I wn-timmn iuo tuning 11UIV. bolt yickiugy, and a merry evening's gjime Hayes, for the Dominions, start-1 With. Dnnc :ui absentee, the rink Had lost much of its attraction for Brian strikes, and he threat and played good combination. At And rush, a crash, a thudding erfed to break the ulley record, the close of the first half the score foeman for his steel. the Sth frame he had a split, iu But witli the 17th of. Ireland about the yth a blow and finished with an- howled and screeched; to dawn there lias been a hurrying split, which brought his game Between the first and- second halve and scurrying and the chiefs are pre- two junior boxing bouts were staged Dahl and Corless, O'Brien and Leavitt the home-and-home games with Can-j column just are and a. half minutes; more for the intermediate champions, j after play began when ticott. one of [hey were detested decisively by the tlie wiggled through and beat ncora of the visiting goalie. It was just 1J 1-3 Blairmore was outskated aitci out-: minutes afterwards, on the most stren- aticfchandled, but not by any ;mean5 j uourf kind play, that Camuore even- outclassed. Canmore's youngsters, who hare set up an unbroken string ed the scoro, Heiiicka doing the This ended the scoring for the first HOCKEY RESULTS The lights .went and all uud dark! at 14 wins this winter so far, are easily I period, and the Jocals were very hope-1 the best team iu action here this year, j ful. down to 221. were only two and while a little downhearted over the result the local team feels that Peridd Cauiuore went into the lead fight The Luro of Baseball is a sinuous! men under the Briggs getting v- charms the Hookies to the Train-] The scores DOMINIONS it has nothing to feel disgraced about, j off the bat is the second period. Mackie, their centre man. dangling the tapestry igr the goal in one and a half minutes, it was a (Hug doug af- Canmore had the better of the play, that was the whole story. They are a crsw at back-checking rieuds who broke up the Blairmore combination limu after time, and they eluded the Harbour-Turner defense often enough to put themselves in the column. I'air lor the next fifteen, and u half minutes u-heu Itenieka more defense. and .scored his i They are sixty minute playnrs too, Canniore but playing Blairmore they didn't try to' go the distance without subs. They uaed extra players plentifully, giving their star meu a chanue to keen up the Iiot pace from heH to bell Blairmore is leaving on the local today to travel to Caumore to play the return game on Wednesday night. They have little hopes of turning the tide on Canmore's own stamping srouud, but stranger things have hap- of the Can- rent through i'ond goal, putting into the scoring column one half minute later. This goal was disputed and held the game up for ten or fifteen TIGERS JAW 4 CALGARV. Mar. Tigers i assumed a one-goal lead in the first ,e of their two-same series against the sho tbei" she them Moose Jaw. Maple Leafs last uight. the score being 5 to 4. The second other. Luo seems dark game is scheduled to be decided an'' "amp! nesday night. .00 ntirk last night, and' Llscomue -198. pened. But whichever team wins out Mackie notched in six minutes, find It was the second victory of th Tigers over Saskatchewan league teams, the Saskatoon Crescents fall-1 ing to them a few nights ago by a i score of (i to a. i Ottawa 2; St. Psts 0 j TORONTO. Mar, Sena-'. tors, last year's professional cham-; pions of the world, won the National i Hockey league title here tonight by I r... the score of'tU, kftotj o before the largest crowd that has seen j rm. j i i t-- a professional game here this sea- The third period was a repetition1 of the first, each team scoring one. minuter. Immediately after the face- off Mackie of Canniore again gave his I te.'.ni a two point margin counting. paring themselves for the The Irish Jmve got past the boost- During was called to a point of order run- ning too strong on their Birtm. When the final score called 38-34 in favor of Raymond we were a proud' and happy bunch. Some clata to that game. Raymond plays Edmonton on tlieir own floor Tuesday, March 16th, for tho provincial championship. hoping our sugar city boys brinff bact the cup. THE LIMIT OF IMPOSSIBILITY 852 910 S6G-2622. An Irish Comedian trying to yodtl. j On Wednesday night the Giants and i Herald meet, anil on Thursday the son. Ottawa won tho fifst game at A yws back, a protuberance on Dominions and Herald are scheduled Ottawa by a score of 5 to 0 and people fight shy of any- j to roll. it causes popularity a j -ULJ.. ,_ arge following. THIS WEEK Prize 2nd Prize 3rd Prize Booby Prize Coupon mult be cut along dotted line I ENTRYFORM GAMES PLAYED MAR. 19TH RULES GOVERNING THE COMPC. TITION ARE AS I SEMI-FINAL ENGLISH CUP .Cardiff Wolverhampton. I Tottenham vs. Preston. FIRST DIVISION (Derby County vs. Bradford. Huddersfleld vs. Aston Villa. Middlesboro vs. Liverpool. Sunderland vs. Chelsea. .SECOND DIVISION Birmingham vs. Bristol City, 'I Blackpool vs. South Shields. 1 Fulham vs. Notts Forest. Leeds United vs. Bury. I THIRD DIVISION Bristol Rovers vs. Northampton. (Crystal Palace vs. Swindon. Luton vs. Plymouth. I SCOTTISH LEAGUE Hamilton vs. Albion Rovers. I Kilmarnock vs. Dundee. St. Mirren vs. Ayr United. I! enter tho Herald Football Com petition in accordance with tho rules and conditions announced I above, und agree to ncr.ept the pub- lished decision as dual and Icsailj binding. SigEBd Add-iM 1. Tiie competition will be called Tha Herat" Football Com pet! U an. 2. Competitor! will be entitled to 0.9 many entries RU they acsire, provided !-J encli eotry is accompanied by twenty five cents, and coupons to Uiv mini- fter of entries. 3 Competitors must cross out the -O names o( the clubs they think nOl loss and crosa out the names of both If they consider a draw wiU result 4. Coupons, can only be secured from jO fne Sporting- Page of The Herald. Ia 5 Al! received v.'Ill bo re- 0 turned in prlzus. The amount and of prizes wlli be published Monday morning for that week'u _j crimes Results of compatilions will b9 puDllshcd every Wednesday and riip.qucs So RuccppKful competitors will be maflcfl Immediately on receipt of -n mnfinnailnn bv thp Athletic News. IO In map the first, second or thin! prizes are divided among two or more nrtxt1 winners, The Herald reserves 10 tin: ripht to rearraisfcu tne prizes j_ competitors wltii tlie highest _j I to The Hernia before rnfd- Z ni-rlit nn Fri'-Iaya. A Friday post- IO mirk from rioimf of the cltT Q. of LetlibVtdge will be considered aa D coTuainin? a Ipffitlmatp ontry. O s name and address the IO "ornpfititr.r inust be cleavly marked on eac'i coupon. Stamps nuist not be nsetl as pay- Tiipnt fnr entri'-n I 10. All addrcsneO in rij. ririltnr. U The onortinff decision Jlnal. 11'. fron tlla conipttltlon. hence a third game will not be nec- 1essary. Ottawa will go to 'the Pacific coast to meet the champions of that league I for the world's title. Vancouver Seattle 0 VANCOUVER, Mar. in championship form here tonight Van- couver won the first game of the play- off of the coast hockey league from Seattle, 7 to 0, and on the look of the play will easily win the cham- pionship. The teams wijl meet again Wednesday night at Seattle. Brandon 12; Port Arthur 4 Mar. right at the top of their form, Bran- i People in the Souihernlmountains conduct business iu a quiet fashion j Still, as it ivere. A A She trips with light and dainty feet Along the sparkling iug stage. It has been such an easy victory in the years -ftone by that tho gentle hearted men have grown com- passionate. Thia year the Irish aro going to see how closo they can let the Scotch come to victory, before they, snatch away the prize. This year there will he.eight bat- -----j taliona representing each country. On 705! Wednesday uight four from each aide will fight a preliminary skirmish. Then on Wednesday Brian Boron- 537 Boyd and King Dune tho "Duff" will take charke the far-flung hottlel line themselves. Bottle heing a mere 147 Iti2 slip ot tlie pen. 17i! 541 usual the two chiefs will hej drawn against one another providing the tit bit of the evening. There is no ftmission-fee, jo come early and get your money's worth. As It is severe cold and the Scottish chief 1ms been ill, he will not, after his usual custom wear the kilt. He regrets this added feature freing lost tor this year but doctor's orders must be obeyed. Duncan will no wear the 'fjkiit Thursday night. The clans line up as follows cnnTHii i FOOTBALL don, Allan cup eliminated the Ends from the holders practically Port series Arthur North here tonight She is only a moonshiner's daughte And love her stifll If a baseball club could oni ,_. improved their' position by heating year Aml wnl the session, to mon- swimlon and arc now well aoaad of Klrkllam' managers. This i their rivals with 45. Southampton hkely the last ganle ra which Padr NKW YORK, March world's championship match between Cnrpentier and Jack Dempsey will not be held in Europe, but ca tho Am- erican continent, Tei Riekard, pro- moter, announced today. Riekard was eipected to Ms answer some tlmo this week to promoters interested Iu holding the bout In Montreal. Ho said he wag not mdy to make public his answer today. He added he had received word would arrive in the Stales May 1 to start training for bout. The gen- eral impression among, those who are in close touch with Riekard,