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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX BRINGING UP FATHER THE USTHBRIDGg DATLT HSRA1D WEDNESDAY, MAHCH 10, 1921 OF ALL 1 HE BUM PlACE'o I'VE 6S.EN IN-THIt, It} THE IT- I drCN AH. OAY- A.Y THC HOTEL- aK t WHY NOT BRING HER HERE George Ridgedalo From Centre Gets S150 For 14 Correct Gas Once again an outside pmut compel titor cops off the Herald's capital i prize in ttic football competition, j (ieorge F. Kidgedalc. of Bow is the luckv 'ivtnner of hist week's j S.130 first prize, with IS correct out of! Ifi, which is mighty sood guessing in) [Ills day and age, especially consider-' ing some of the upsets which occur- red on the Old Country pitches 'on Saturday, That it vrm good- siiofsiug was evi- first prize dinner this week received seven tiroes- the total prize money the tirst week of the competition. Watch it grow! The list of winners last week fol- lows: Tho lirst prize of 5150, with 14 cor- rei-r. is won by Cui. K. Kidgedale, Bow Island. Six divide the second prize of SSO for correct, each, receiving 513.30: Fred 'i'hornhill. 621 loth St. S. S. I'etley. 110 7th Ave. Cal-l gary. W. R. Fowler. Box SI. .T. Barnes, Coleman. Knowles. Gen. Del. V. Bntcbart, Vulcan. i The third prize 135.00 for 1-' tor- j rect will be divided between the fol- towing, each receiving .lean McGregor. 1601 3rd Ave. N. Ceo. gangster. Blairmore. Roy McKendry. I'm 3rd Ave. A S. J. P. 1620 2nd Ave. A. C. D. Eaines. 612 7th St. S. (.'has. Hosking. CIS 6th St. S. John Millar. 405 12th St. B X. .lames Kemp. Blairmore. The booby prize of 510, for score coupon goes to Jl. Mellven.t. City Police. Recheck of Previous List The following corrections to week's prize list are announced. The names uf R. Barrie, Commerce. Cecil JohnsoV SOD 5th Ave. S. are added to the first prize winners. VARSITY ALBERTA CHAMPS Defeat Raymond Quint on Ed- monton Floor By 20 Points EDMONTON, March iversity of Alberta basketball team defeated the fast Raymond aggregation in the final game for j the Alberta championship by a j score of 46 to 26, thereby win- I ning the round by a margin of last 116 points. Peat's Rink City Cbnpsfor 1921 SELDOM WITNESSED Unauittid triple plays. on an ice-berg. j Victories by the Athletics. Hyenas_ at a church fair. j fighting for a decision. I Silk hats in Shantung. j i uo t ind swimming' denced by the fact that there are onlv I 6ilo..t giving each ?lS.Oi> instead of it Thp names are aMed t( 19 in the monei shows tbat thert hut few chosen. were many I the third prize winners, making the The booby prize proved to be highlv ,35 cents- Interesting, and Hugh Mcllvena, A I- Mrs. L._Tuljoek 211 lath St. X. berta's champion high jumper, copped] FJ'. it oft', turning in a "perfect" score. 3 Pavilion. The money was pretty well scatter- ed around last week, six prizes going to outside points, showing that every- one has a chance. This week, with the scmi-iinals of the cup ties in the list, there is a Rruater interest than ever. And there's a booby prize again, which will "mean a lot. of tries. Get your coupon in by Friday night's mail ai t.he latest, or if yon live -in town, see i hat your entry is dropped in the box at tho Herald office by nine o'clock- Keep the prize money growing. Tbej .Miss ____ _......__ A recheck will he necessary in the games- played February lijth. tho Liv-; erpool-Bradford game being a dnuv- j instead of a win for Liverpool. The new list will be published tomorrow. time- When the stirs your And you take a dive from the running board, And stick in an ocean of mud! I Once there -was a hunter who was assured by his guides that a mountain lion wouldn't try to fight a man. Jus before they sewed up the cuts and scratches, he remarked that some- body had deceived him. That's the way Richie Mitchell has been feeling fiinfn Itinl lutln since that little affair with .Kansas the other evening. Rocky i Win Wright Shield in Hard- j Fought Game Last I j Night There will be a new name on fclie Wright sfeield for 1921. Nona Peat defeated Cliarlie Carberry in a hard fought fame ot championship calibre1 throughout. Carberry vag year's winner and a win tor him would have practically oiuched the ownership ot the shield as it has but one year to go. While Peat had the game vrell in I hand after the sixth end, Carberry j kept him stepping all the way, it was a game In which it was up to the skip every end. It was Peat who kicked through with more per- fect draws. Tlia game demonstrated that the draw well played beats thft runners. On one end Baird for Car- berry cleaned house, aud whou Car- berry came to shoot his last rock there was nothing in the rings. He pulled one of the hardest shots in the. bag wben he nicked in a guard and rolled in himself for a count of two. Carberry also played a perfect shot when he cleaned out two on his first rocfc in the eleventh. Peat took ATTEND MOOSE JAW BOWLING TOURNEY Barons will be represented at tho Moose Jaw bowling tour- nament, which- opened yester- day, by a strong nve man team. The boys passed through Loth- bridge yesterday, and Include Jack Kulpae. Williams, Josh and Bill They will be joined at Moose Jaw by Frank Slmonton, of Calgary, who will roll with thorn. HERALD VS GIANTS TONIGHT j The Giants and Herald are sched-1 uled to roll in the city 10 pin league I tonight at the Dominion alleys, and I tomorrow night the Dominions and Herald will clash. LONDON. Mar. Assd. Lincolnshire Handi- cap, the first classic flat race held in England this season, was won today by Soranus. The favorite. Ugly Duckling, did not figure in the money. The price on Soranus was 33 to 1. Senhora, 20 to 1, was second, and Queens Guild, 100 to 1, was third. Thirty horses ran. THIS WEEK 1st Prize 2nd Prize 3rd Prize Booby Prize Coupon must be cut alonq dotted line RULES GOVERNING THE COMPE- TITION ARE AS FOLLOWS: 1. The competition will foe called (The Hera! 1 Football Competition. 2. Competitors will be entitled to a.3 ninny entries aa they desire, provided well entry is accompanied by twenij-- Jivti cenLH, and coupons to Iho nuu- ber of entries. 3. Competitors must cross out the names of the clubs they think will ju lose tir.d cross out the names or" both if they consider a draw will result. 4. Coupons can only bo secured from 1O Spurting Page of The Herald. u 5. All monies received will be re- (3 turned in prizes. The amount and 2 r.'imbt-rs of prizes will be published Monday morning for tfmt week's j fffunes. results of competitions will published every Wednesday and OIBIJNOS to competitors will r- b? mailed immediately on roiielpt of 3J i.-nr.firmsition fov thi Athletic Xews, r: jn the first, second or third are divided two or more Dinners', llorald reserve Ito ior-'flfist-i rc- ihf liiyr.-vt. ot' prlzo I "r.iri'--: muPt pot-ted or considered aa ffritlmate entry. nrnl .-tiidrfiss nt i marked on I ENTRY FORM GAMES PLAYED MAR. 19TH I SEMI-FINAL ENGLISH CUP I Cardiff vs. Wolverhampton. i I Tottenham vs. Preston. l; FIRST DIVISION I Derby County vs. Bradford. Huddersfield vs. Aston Villa. Middlesboro vs. Liverpool. Sunderland vs. Chelsea. SECOND DIVISION Birmingham vs. Bristol City. I Blackpool vs. South Shields. Fulham vs. Notts Forest. Leeds United vs. Bury. I THIRD DIVISION Bristol Rovers vs. Northampton, IL I Crystal Palace vs. Swindon. EL Luton vs. Plymouth. c B SCOTTISH LEAGUE Hamilton vs. Albion Rovers. i IKilmarnock vs. Dundee. St. Mlrren vs. Ayr United, IT enior the l-Jerald Football Com- ac petition in accordance with the rules ami conditions announced Iabova, anfl agree io accept, (.lie pub- nC liBhed aa final aud Jegallj I binding, Addrui _ 'jan-fiii fiom the comixnuion. Lethbridoe Heralds for sale by our newsboys IP all cities and towns and on all trams and by our agents In the following towns- Williams; Pharmacy Maurice Bjond; Hat Works 4. News Co., Labor News Aqeiicie- N-, tionil Stand; Alexander Cigar Store: x Boelt Co.; T. Faunch; Ciaar Ltd.; Harper Cigar Store; FOREMOST.-..I. M. GREAT FALLS, News Co.; MEDICINE HAT--Eoller Bros- MANY Pharmacy; Plnnn-'r'v'MM i- F. A. Molr; Wm. Whitworth, A. D Sorenton: PINCHER A F HInton; G. Ibetson Drug Store; 'Ritior- Druj and Stationery Co., L. T. Westlake; Kiiui' In Kennedy, Dallas Hotel, Alexander Hotel Cigar Stand, Elite Cigar Store, People's Drug Store, North Letlibridge, and J G ef.pcrtMn Co. --1 be The annual meeting of the above will be held in the council cham- ber of the city hall on Monday ev- ening, March 21st at 8 o'clock. Xew York baseball writers speak ot Goldie Rapp. their infield mar- vel, an 'a promising kid, needing only experience. Goldie was suortstopping in the Western. League back around 1911. If it takes ten veara to make a promising kid out of a player, how long must lie go before ha i's a sea- soued veteran? Pittsburgh has "mended the infield" with nabbit will the haunted corner at first base ever ha filled to stay filled for even two sue- ceiisive seasons? ADIVCE TO HOME BREWERS Jug not, lest ye be jugged. Whene'er a Vampire you ihall mest, Then say, "Do your duty, There arc hicks, and other hicks But the guys who are attacking Judge bandis first in all the kingdom of Hickiana! She did not like his. irongray Although it was his pride- She said it made him look too old And so. for her he dyed! Irishmen proudly claim that "Ire- and was a nation when England was a pup, but how many Irishmen know him out oTf and Carberry's last rock was a bit on centre but took out the shot rock and he lay one heing two down coming home. In. the twelfth end Peat demonstrat- ed what cold blooded nerve can do. Carberry lay 3, two of which were guarded, all biting the eight foot ring. Peat played a draw and came to the button, it wag not particularly hard but under the circumstances showed stuff. He was partly hidden and Car. berry was away narrow and his chancea went Money. Peat did not require his last rock. Peat's rink were not sensational at any period but played the draw and freeze up same and were able to guard carefully. They played for the end and never went after big counts. Carberry played hi! last year's rink with one exception, Miles replacine Ballsntyne. Peat's rink is the clnb rink he has played all season, and which have rounded into, shape fast haring rarely lost a game this year. He has in Jones and Davidson, two southpaws, that are the exceptions that make a rule; a lefthander not; usually being as steady as a right. Another Protest In Alberta Game Varsity and A. P. G.'s Play T Enters a Protest CALGARY, Mar. never without trouble in Alberta pa tlcularly when Edmonton and' Ca gary teams are concerned. Tho latest deadlock occurred at tl Arena rink last night, immediate following the second game of the A herta Paclfics-University of Edmo ton series, which was a tie, both team scoring two goals. Varsity lodged a protest in conne lion with the first game they playe :n Edmonton, claiming a goal whic It awarded to them would make th score ot that game and the roun However, the Alberta Pacific claim that the result ot the game i Edmonton was i; to 5 in their favo which would give them the senio provincial championship by S to 7. The protest has been put up to th amateur body for settlement. HOCKEY RESULTS CLEVELAND 4, BOSTON 2 BOSTON. March 'on from Boston Athletic association last night, the first of the four ganuib in the semi-finals for the championship cf the United States amateur hockej The score was 4 to Vamity 11; McGIII 0 I. H. C. TRUNDLERS TAKE TWO HARD FOLGHT GAMES FROM BOARDING CLUB ii IO.UU1G1I KUUW The I. H. c. and Boarding Club !low far their naUon can trace trumllers fought out a hard and bitter I1'8 Wstory? First Irishman of whom ia.f we have authentic record: O'RIon, the mighty hunter, who was such ;i pippin that they named a constellation, after if that isn't real antiq- uity what is? INGENIOUS PARADOX u iiurrow mar-' J'any a thinks she dresaes game was a nip cute Iooks while other girls, ie Boarding Club whoSQ dress is simple, look cute. VERY SCARCE Matches for Jack Dempsey Turtle's feathers. Hitters like Babe Kutli. Ice in Egyiit. Umpires like Hill Cloni. GREAT KINGS Alexander. King Kelly. Brian Born. The one you need to fill. Louis XIV. contest last night at the "Y" in their for the TVright Shield. It was a case of winner hold Hrst position in i league, while the losers were forced [to lake the skids. The I. H. C. won the first game, hnndily. while the recond event went: to their opponents by a narrow mar- Kin, while the third g, an.J tuck affair with th.. staging a I Oth frame rally, but thoy fell short three pins. Scores: BOARDIXG CLUB 1st 2nd 3rd Tot. Oiland Davis Martin Tola! Fuller ____ Freestone Total 463 553 Needs was a green man last year and I TORONTO, Mar! of made the veteran Collins step all the Toronto, O.H.A. and inter-collegiate 43SI 443 II. f. 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 159 137 "rd Tot. Tot. 45 -j if-'! Mng uole. '.1 National Xe-ifi spaper Service 476 431 ENGLISH CRICKET TEAM WINS A GAME Old Country Football Scores LONDON, March As- Pressl-m a Scottish cup re- :ket team today de played game I'artick defeated Mother Soalli Australia. JIar. ff.'anadiiin Associated Prosn.) In the last match of their Australian tour llio Knslish cri way. The rinks wero R. Needs, Geo. Jones, Jas. David son, N. B. Peat M. E. Collins, H. Miles, Jas. Baird C. B. Carberry, The winners for the last four years are Aird. D. McNabh. E. Carherry. B. Peit. The shield has one year to go. The Irish-Scotch games are on for tonight and Thursday Wedneiday Jas. Aird vs. Hamilton. Clark vs Carherry. Scott vs. Shepherd. Hied vs. Peat. Thursday Dune Duff vs. H. D. McNabb vs. Simpson. Greenway vs. Marrs. Marnocli vs. Dinning. This series always causes lots of fun and this year should ho no ex- ception. It is spread over two nights and has more rinks in action than heretofore. The yearly gamo between the ses- sion and managers of Knot church re- sulted easy win for t'je session. The managers as usual having to foot the bill, team left tor the west last night to defend the Stanley cup. Local sports- men are jubilant over Monday night's victory at Toronto and thpy contident- y expect their favorites to retain tho 'rophy. No stop will be made until Jalgary is reached Saturday. An 'ex- libition game will ba played there. 'PLANE FOR LEWIS WIHCITA. Kas., Mar. i rtkiag a. rldo in an airplane. Bd Lewis, world's champion vrestler, today placed an order for a i machine, and stipulated that it be de-l iveretl to him as soon as possible. loatcd South Australia by ail innings and 03 runs'. The EiiBlisli eleven scored G27 and South Australia and Tho visitors sail fnr home on March IS. with the- Australian team which pluv in lingland this summer TORONTO GIRL WINS HONORS iMTT.-irirrtG. of Tin i.r.- Mutvh inlu. v, Drill's i'-l'ir .Moon; n tin; Mmmi's In (ho ico wkallni; chain- lii'll rlosnd [Hire lih-1 her and Urn Canadian in every rvrst well by 2 to I. Northern League liugby games play- ed yesterday resulted as follows: rtochdalo 19; HUH g Huddersfield 0. Deivsunry 0. LOSES ON FOUL MONTHKAL, Mar. j6.-Aftcr out- pointing him for four rounds, Eddie Itecord. local middleweight, lost on o to Htovu Chuynski of Buffalo, here last night iu middle of the fifth round uf tlylr ion-round coin. BREAKS ANOTHER RECORD CHICAGO, .MHI-. Hosd I; last night broke thu world's record for I thu 3110 moire by covering the distance in six minutes u seconds. lowering the previous record by T 1-5 11 seconds. The former record was also -airf_ by Iloss. GOLF Do uot forget golf meeting Friday night at S o'clock in tho Coun- cil 'Chamber, hall. Important business, and a big turuout is Election of officers and the plans tor the new year have to bo submitted by the committee who have had this in charge. TORONTO GIRL CHAMP SKATER PITTSnURG, Mar. Moore of Now York City, and Gladys HoUlnsou of Toronto, world champion, were luo Individual stars and point lenders In their respective in tho international indoor ice skating championship races here last night. Mnorc won the two events in which bo was entered, wbilo this Toronto El.-ater opposed iiy [lose Johnson of Chicago, former champion, took three places. senior champions, qualified for the Al Ian cup finals here tonight by easily defeating McGill University, 11 to 0. Immediately after tho game the uni- venrity boys left for Tllnnipeg, where they -will play the first game of, the final OB Saturday night, in all prob- aoility with Brandon, OTTAWAS WILL PLAY EXHIBITION IN CALGARY OTTAWA, Mar. 'orld champion Press.) hocke; When your wire a-shop- ping she probably hasn't the time to return 'homo for her luncheou and naturally wants to make every minute count. Situ will save time itul at the sumo time eat quality kind of food that she Is accus- tomed to have at ygu brine ker to the SILVER GRILL Big Entry List For Next Amateur Boxing Carnival Thirty-Two Sure-Fire AH Boxers Must Have Amateur Cards One week from tonight, next Wed- nesday night, March at the Ma- jestic theatre in this old burg of will be staged another ot the. grand an' glorious fistic time the new carnival trill make even Mrs. lama Peach, "F.C.S." and every Tom, Dick and Harry for fifty miles around Lethbridge sit up and take notice. Jack Dempsey, and Georges Carpentier will (not) be there, but in action- the. fans will see a number of boys who tire destined to make their marks in amateur fistic history in this province. Thirty-two "surd-fire" entries have so far been received, the list embrac- ing- entrants in every bosing division from tho smallest paperweight to the heaviest even ei- ceptiug "Babe" Kessler. The majority of the boys are in active training each evening at the "Y" gym. under the personal supervision of-Physical In- structor Kirby. Just at the present moment it is estimated that there will be at least fifteen events, all of which will be run off In the same riuick order that predominated at tho last carnival. Application is being mads today for tho official sanction of the AlberU branch of the A.A.U.; as the affair will be strictly amateur. No boier will be allowed to enter the ring who is not in possession .of a clean, clear amateur card for Tbe entry list will remain open un- til Tuesday night, March 22nd, and the draws will be made on Wednesday evening at Intending contest ants should immediately commnni- ciate witli Len S. Brown at tho Ma- estic theatre, Lethbridge. There aro no entry fees. In addition to the two mps already promised by O. B. Edgett and Guy Hoy, there will be medals and other trophies giveui for the win- ners in the different events. On tho tig night, the winners of the last arnival will also be presented with heir medals for those events by his Honor Judge Jackson. The move has the hearty r.o-opera- !on of the majority of the business men, in the city, which augurs well tor ho sport. Clean amateur sport is hat is solely DMde-1, and in the pro lotion of these amateur boxing car- Ivals the promoters are filling a long elt want. It is hoped that from thu oming carnival next week the com- ilttee will be able to make a suh- tantial donation to the local Y.M.C.A. nd other institutions, much larger ban that v.'hich was realized from tho st affair. "Aunt Julia" Walter, oldest woman Pennsylvania, celebrated her 106th rthday by eating corned" beef and ahbage aud mince pie with two cups coffee. She attributes her longevity her "glorious appetite." PHONE FIFTH REALSHIRTVALUES Extra special in men's cambric shirts, neat patterns and good cloths. Regular S2.50 and THREE DAYS SPECIAL 95 EACH THE MEN'S WEAR STORE ALEXANDRA HOTEL BLOCK. ON THE CORNER. ;