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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta tViGESIX HERALD WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17.1SJ20 BRINGING UP FATHER v': G. McManus HOVJ WOULD Bt TO AbK FOR IN ANX IrA TALK. TXJ OUR NEW MMO IHE 3D p. c, of Yoir GHBiiL The Canadian Qis Mvlnj vice guarantee! to do It dwi for the Ford tni the it For the MoLiughllr Dodge the price li Mkde to fit nil and ilies of MADE FOR TRACTORS about wonderful little a" and money-taver. Mechanical Garage COR..4TH AVE. 4 3RD ST. PHONE A A A A A A A A A A A U LETHBRIDCE BOY QETS HIGH SCORE Battle of the Giants A A t Irish and Scotch Tangle Tonight, R. Fetter, a Letbbrldgo boy, who entered the University of Alberta in October ot last year, came fourth at the recent rifle shooting championship con- A tests. Ho made a score of S8. Sillak won the honors with 85. Other high scores were Simp- kins, 93; Broadus, S7; Patter- sou, 86; Woody, S3; Fisher, JlcCluIre, 78. A Efforts Being Made To Put Stop To Fake Ring Champions in U.S. A. OLD COUNTRY FOOTBALL LEAGUE STANDINGS rink tills winter. There is no admission, but bring j-eferred them from emphasizing our own broom. The Scotch championship declarations rcoAiisitioned all broken brooms tor Ther_, ,gv bolcrs B0 devoid ot Ihe purpose of "sporeuiE. ..I imagination as to: fall lo flaunt The Scotch will occupy the south, 6 The Irish are nil set, prepared and Becorated fa make it the end of a iwrfect day. Toulght they hope to demonstrate beyond the question of u doubt that they are (he masters of the buried toiigucd clans. The licotch served nolica on the irishmen late yesterday evening that tney considered the references In last night's paper as nothing more or less than a i-eries-of studied insults. They intimated that in the past that out cl the goodness of their hearts they al- lowed the Irish the privilege ot win- ning on the occasion of St. Patrick's Day. Also that as tho irish seemed unable to appreciate the Joke they had determined to really go out for blood tonight, and made sundry re- marks about making the Irish look foolish, hunt their holes, and such like. No mere minor chief was dclegatei to this Job. King Duncan "The" Dut carried tho messagj himself to the camp ot tho enemy. In austere man- ner and in well chosen, precise lan- guage he Informed thfe Irish council of war that the Scotch would be there to curl the game of their lives for It fun, money or marbles, and so as there would be no mistake, suggested with cool dignity that tho indemnity be at least one bone per head, as a chest for Uia purchase of flour for the Nursinj ilission or some other .worthy object. He also staled i! that was not en- ough that the sky was the limit.. The Irisll -with all politeness informed him that they considered that a reason- able amount for tie Scotch to be knlcked for. King Duncan also conveyed (he in- telligence that coca cola might satisfy the watery blooded Irish, but (or tho Scotch, as their blood was as fire in veins, they would provide their own national drink for Use occasion. then left the Irish stronghold, nnd thundered In an echoing voico "The Scotch are on. the ramp." Brian Boru Boyd cast his eye ovoi his list of warriors and regretted tha he had not offered to make it a serie V of at least ten games instead ot five. Both chieftains ore so confident that their self assurance is really be- The percussion takes place at the curling rink at 8 o'clock tonight. Irish, Scotch, neutrals and mongrels Invited to attend. It will be worth your time, if its an evening's fun you after. The stage is set and tho caretaker Claiming titles has 'or years been the favorite sport of a large proper- of boxers in all parts of the has provided five of the finest sheets. (he cases o[ ot new glare Ice that's been at the mere fact tha( they had cot Ihe slightest right to the titles bns not English Division P. L. U. V. A. P. West Bromwlch 3223 8 2 SO 41'46 Albion Durnley Liverpool Sunderland Chelsea 34 17 9 33 16 11 31 17. 11 32 1? 12 5 52 4S -12 6 49 33 3S 3 55 42 37 3 46 39 37 Wanofirs f.S 14 11 K 64 50 36 Manchester C.. 31 H 10 title of some sort aiid in some states half or tie waiting room and the Irish holder g. eilci, class the north up till S o'clock. rhe ererv countT. nde will tiioa commence and after the. as cbanipiollslllps are singing by each side their national ncd th ot thj lnterna. war songs, the batlte will commence nnd continue for 12 ends. impossible for any spurious claims to 1 be made. In England nnd Prance Total scores put one Iron man per each. tional Boxing incumbents union in naming the each class makes it Newcastle U. Sheffield U. Bradford Aston tViila..... Arsenal....... Manchester .U. Mtddlesboro Bradford City Preston N. B. Notts County Everlon..... Derby County. Oldham Aih. 33 14 13 33 14 13 30 12 10 SO 13 13 7 63 51 35 6 37 31 C 61 52 34 S 51 32 a 54 52 31 -32 H 12 S 48 52 31 32 10 12 10 30 33 11 14 S 44 52 30 31! 10 13 '.I 48 53 29 32 li 14 7 46 02 31 10 13 S 47 67 28 32 33 9 15 9 35 48 27 39 11 !5 4 30 43 25 Large Baseball Park To Be Erected at Island City- Season Opens May 5 Astoria Team To Go North To Play For is Now Complete BE A "REGULAR FELLOW" Buy your'clothing and furnishings at. a "reg- 1 ular" shop: At this Shop you 'Trill find "classiest" ill clothing, hate, caps. shirts, collars, etc. In fact wo only buy tho best-in quality and newest in stylo for the young- fellow imd tho best In quality, in tlio staple styles for tho conservative dresser. NEWEST STYLES ALWAYS IN STOCK ULIB nuu man iiti be made. In Bnglana nna France oidham Atii. 39 11 :o 4 3'J w if The war correspondents will a" tltlc holders aro officially named and Blackburn R. .33 S 16 9 H 71 'K there and a detailed account of the [ho Que5tjon for any sl Wed 33 6 13 7.31 51 10 armies, the scores and the casualties will be published lomorrow night. The balling is still a little in favor of Ihe Irish, but very little money in Tonight's tho '8 o'clock. Go to the curling rink. The club members are ashed lo be counterfeit champions to make any progress, lu order to derive 'any glory from false claims they compelled to Slates." However, as soon ,_ef Ull lllv allunnuii .m.v on hand, as it Is to he the last assllln Uon o[ titles night's big curling for the season. Seats are provided for spectators, to the United as the army, navy and civilian board gets a firm grip on the situation in thai country, will become an unurofilabie in- dustry- World and European champions and the national title holders of United Siaies are shown as follows World's Champions. Wilde, London, England. Herman, New English Division P. W. L. IX V. A. P. ToUinliam [Hot: Birmingham 31-19 Knndcnfiolil. T. 30 IS Blackpool Sloke Bury....... Wcst'Hara U. Hull City Barnsley Stockport C. SEATTLE, Wash., March 17p-Th< circuit for the now Pacific luternaikrii al League was definitely decided last night, wheu Ihe Class B moguls de- cided upon Victoria, B.C., as the city- to hold the sixth franchise in Ihe or- ganization. The admittance of Vic- loria lo Uie league makes tho circuit complete, witii Seatlle, Tacomn, Yaki ma, Spokane and Vancouver enteriug S 13 10 61 53 2S the other fire clubs. The granting ot a franchise to Vic- toria conies as the result of the de- cision of the city council of the island city lo permit the building of baseball field right in tho heart of the i city. The work on the park will bo j slarted immedt: lileted inside time before the opening of. the son, on Muy G. The team which Bill has BERT KESTER'S MEN'S SHOP THE HOME OF 20lh CENTURY CLOTHING ALEXANDRA HOTEL BLOCK PHONE 615 ON THE CORNER 3 4 81 P4 52 5 7712340 6 .0 C5 2S K will be further discussed for the coming season. Connie Mack lias been working two complete infielda at Lake Charles. One is mado up of Burrus, Thomas and McCani'. The other In-1 Krazill YX on UIB uu i .Griffin--.Dugnaiii arid llaloly. and will be com-.' crjucs claim, I of six weeks, p euty ot h Uli OH AUTO UVERY Special Service oa Country Trips Phones 787 Residence 1210 loo'ns _ iu jimerlcaii ixKigue affairs. 32 15 9- S 5( 37 3S 32 1G 12 50 3. 3S 32 15 11 6 43 35 3S 31-14 10 7 23 2S 35 32 16 14 2 67 57 34 33 13' 13 7 50 40 33 j 31 12 11 8 46 3D 32! signed to represent Astoria will be transported north to play for Vic. lor! a. Orleans, La. Cleveland, Ohio. Ktlbanet Expect Championship Hockey Game Will Be Stag- ed in Ottawa SoKf.h 32 J2 12 B 41 30 Br.slol City Fuliiam...... Tort Vale Leicester City Notts Forest Hothcrham C. SEATTLE, Wash., March The Seattle Jiockoy club, which .won tho 1J20 championship o? tho Pacific Coast Hockey Association, leaves hero tonight to meet Ottawa for the world title. Ottawa won the eastern cham- pionship. The big series will be play- ed in Eastern Ottawa. Canada, probably In REGINA VICT3. BEATEN Benny New York. Jack Britton, New York. JHke O'Dowd, St. Paul, 3linn. Jack Denipsey, Salt Lake City, Utah. European Champions Wilde, London, England. Charles Lsdoux, Paris, France. Welterweight Albert Badoud, France. Fieavyweight and light heavy- weight Georges Carpenticr, Lens, France. American Champions Xo incumbent, Pete Herman, New Orleans, Ln. Kr-atherwelght Johnny Kllbane, Cleveland, Ohio. 32 10 10 12 34 32 38 j 32 12 12 S 43 41 32i 7 4S 46 31 i 8 28 4S 30 i 9 32 51 27 i 7 42 63 27j 4 33 48 2G Woiver'lon Wan 31 8 16 8 43 6S 24 32 12 13 32 11 13 33 9 15 33 10 University Goes DowntoY.M.CA Clapton Orient. 32 11 Lincoln City 33 -8 IS 7 35 SO 23 Coventry City .33 4 19 10 20 61 18 Grimsby Town. 33 21 B 33 60 17 Southern League p; }j. D. P. A. P. Portsmouth' 32 5 8 57 20 46 Cardiff City 30 15 -3 12 58 32 42 Crystal I'alaco 32 16 6 10 43 32 4S 31 18 10 8 49 36 30 Watford Reading..... Queens P. R. Plymouth Arg. 31 13 10 Norwich Oily 23 13 3 33 13 'S 12 44 32 38 31 15 10 6 48 35 36 WINNIPEG, March Jaw- came back strongly last night by de- feating Itegina by seven goals to three In a fast, interesting game. and jSupwior Quality Benny Leonard, New York. York, 'Britton, New Bxeter City Brentford Southend U. Swindon Town. Swansea Town. Southampton Mlllwall Ath. Brighton and Hove Albion Bristol Rovers. Merthyr Uiton Town Newport C. Northampton Olllingham 12 10 32 12 11 S 40 25 34 7 51 40 83 9 41 33 33 0 41 41 33 31 9 .8 14 Si 35 32 O'Dowd, St. Paul, Minn. .igbt Le vinsky, New York. Dempaey, Salt bake City, Uff-h. STARR OF CHAMPION FAME SIGNS WITH MOOSE JAW MILLERS 'MOOSE JAW, Bask., -March 17- Th" Moose Jaw Tloliln Hoods will cs- l.ilrtis1! a training camp at Kug'jnc, Ore., April S. This announcement was given out hy Manager N'lck Williams, who haa gone lo the const after 'being In the city (or sorr.etlma. Williams has several flayers al- ready under contract (nrliidlng llol-1 Falklrk man, Keough, Kryc and Held, pitch-...... 7 47 47 31 9 59 37 31 5 51 53 30 8 40 47 30 6 48 58 28 9 49 62 27 9 39 65 25 6 38 62 22 31 9 18 -4 35 57 22 32-7 17 .8 4S 79 22 30, 4 20 6'18 60 14 31 12 12 32 H 12 32 11 13 32 U 13 33 11 1C 31 9 13 33 8 1C 30 8 16 The Y.M.C.A. basket ball team defeated (he redoubtable quintet of hoopisls from the Univers- ity of Alberta by a score of 40 to 36 at Ihe Y gxmnasium Saturday night In one of the fastest games played this yoar. Although the Y is still one game down on the series for the city championship their victory last, night gives them a brisk chance of tearing tho pennant from tho grasp of the etudents. Varsity was ahead at half time with a scoro of 21 to 13 but in the second half- the home team turned a, lot of speed and combination which combined with go made the score in the se (o 15 In their -favor. John Crozler was the heavy scorer SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT 1856, Office 409 3rd Ave. S., Uelhbrldge, Alberta Ride In a McLsughlin Special. U costs no jnore. Scottish League i'. W. D. F. A. P. Rangers.....30 21 1 Celtic......30 20 3 Jlothorwell S2 18 7 Dundee......32 17 12 for the winners securing a total of IS points while Bufchart lead the Varsity boys with 12 points. White- law and llunsworth were also effec- tive for the Y securing eight snd six points respectively. Ken Crozler playing centre for Varsity secured eight. The teams ers; Carl first base; Rlepol, third hnsr, Frye, Cook or Daird for stconcl base; Hill Orildths, Denny Williams and Klmor outfield- ers; Bill Marshall, catcher. Starr, a youngster who played outfield for Champion last season, will bo given a tryout. Williams, the comes to Moose a liiR repu- tation. He does not boast of a pen. nant winning club, but Ui have a all season. Ayr United. Kjlmarnock Clyiiebank Morton He.iris Dumbarton Queens I'ark Aberdeen 1'arlrlck Thistle 32.10 13 St. Mirreii Clyde.......34 11 17 35 10 17 32 12 17 31 33 Hamilton Arad. 34 5 83 16 53 7 60 25 47 7 50 43 43 3 63 49 37 32 14 11 7 68 47 35 33 16 14 3 62 62 35 3J 14 12 0 CO 46 34, 8 41 85 34 7 51 29 33 8 48 61 32 J. Crozier Uunsworth Wlillelaw Burnett liHliburton Black Stephens ined up as follows: Varsity c. r. f. 1. f, d. Lethbridge Hoopers Expect To Put Up Big Fight to Beat i Monfiina Champions All arrangements for tho big Loth- bridge-Browning basketball game have beeu completed, and a big crowd is Djpcclcd to see the game. Tho Brown- ing hoys are hifi six-looters and are Indians. They have'played.27 games and lost] one, ami are aiate champions of Mon-1 as fast as i sure that on ee one of the nsicst bunch" of hoopers that ever came to the city. Kdmonton and Catgnry have, not', played home and home games yet, but are expected to. finish soon. If Ed-, monton University wins In the the same here on. Friday night with Drowning will'bo the last game of the j season. Tho prices for Iho game arc 3oc, 50C and 75C. No reserved seals. 1 Zn Irr "ni- i ,u 5? I lightning, so you. may bo i icond half 21 wil, 6ec r. .sub sub K. Crozler Dutchart Hamilton Vo.rk Tnylor Cox Love club Iliat will bo up in the race Hibernians Third Ifallh Mlovera 34 13 13 29 13 9 32 12 12 3i 10 13 U 47 55 31 31 11 12 8 63 51 30 31 10 12 9 37 48 29 9 43 50 20 33'li 16 6 48 66 28 6 47 69 28 8 K 62 28 3 49 02 27 8 13 10 35 50 26 9 17 7 5i 72 25 20 6 45 73 22 S 18 4 27 51 20 The Melting Pot Jack Hill Jack Hollinocworth LETHBR1DGE TAXI FOURTH AVE. S., REAR OF PALACE CONFECTIONERY, 24 HOUR SERVICE PHONE 664 WALES OEATS ENGLAND -March defeat- ed Kngliind by two one In an association loolball Catch this atter- Albion Hovers.. CO LOND06 THROWS CHEVALIER NEW YOIlK, March dos, of Grcecci, threw SalvaOore Che- valier, of France, In .1 can wreslling match tonight, in ,30 minutes and 112 seconds, with a body sflssors anil The tnalrh preceded the contest between Karl Caddork and yd. JOE MOORE 'CHAMPION XBW YOItK, March of I'l.iciil. vron the mile race at tlm L'aslorn Indoor Ice skating Cham- in Brooklyn tonight, Remember Friday nieht. Brown- ing will be on the job antl the local hoopers want your support at the Y.M.C.A., on that The visit of the University of Al- herta aggregation gave tho fans some good basketball and Friday nlght'o game Is sure to be as good. There is every chance of It being in Improvement, are getting busy for the two-team contest that will start soon at the Dominion Alleys. The are keeping working arn-.s v.-ell oiled and promise to make things hot. A committee has been choien to make final arranaotnenls for the eontest, The executive of the Veterans' football club will meet tonight in the G.W.V.A. rooms. Important up and plant [IHJTBCHEIOIH'. Gives you as good a If no', heller, than ncclyleno or othsr welding and at a Very Much Lower Price. Welding Co, 2nd Ave., Opp- Ltthbridfla Hotel Phone 1544 We'Hava Installed Full Equip- ment for Repairing ions Can bnridlo makes of Expert Hot Air Furnace Work FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet 336 St. South Phone 1713 TheMostPopular Recreation Dominion Bowling Alleys Baiementf Dominion Entrance on Slith Street- ANDY CAN FIX ANY RADIATOR TROUBLE. 418 Fifth Street South ;