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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, MAHC.l1 IS, 1920 BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus tOO S H- A C THAT SOUP CHCXE, _ HOUND- US TO liN'T IT TIME I 6TART THI-b MR. ARTIE CHOKE? O LIKE TO UK 30 f, c, of four mm BUI Canadian Gi> Saving De- vice guarantees to do It docs better. For the Ford and Chevrolet the price Is For the MeLaughlln and Dodge the price Is Made to fit all models and of Ctrl, MADE FOR TRACTORS us about thli wonderful little gas End Mechanical .Garage COR. 4TH AVE. 3RD ST. 8. PHONE 1190 WORLD OF SUDBURY OUTPLAYS GRANITES IN ALLAN CUP CONTEST Ireland Forever Their Fourth Straight Win TOHOXTO, March. IS. Granites were completely outplayed by Sud- bury lierc last nlsht in Hie first oi two gamea to decide which team sboold defend the Allan cup, the score i being six lo two. Doubtless ttie O. H. A- champions wero stale as a re- suit ol numerous hard games of late, but the better team won. aiiil won with comparative ease. The North- ern Ontario hockey champions con- ducted such a body-checking campaign (hat tho locals wilted under It. Tho final game between Ihcs? two learns will be played here on Satur- day night. Infested, the hon- imei nauun.ti o.s or tho AiY with chier Curling Contest Decided in I Brian Boru. Fxlrn End Charles, VHh Pick for rum jiolnfs. Hamilton for. Irish and "Bougal Duncan McKabb had the real s.imo of the eveninj. It was 6 to 7 on the 11th head1 for McXabb, but he weakened. or.EOt his signals crossed on the last end, and Hammy pulls tho gak-c out of the mud with a two, tioing tho it was the last eml to he played, Irish raised the roof and Ham- (r that famous lead Collins for It: turned out to be a sraud nightl nal1 a h3ai lnat ueat Willie Crawford for the Irish, but for R while It looked ]9 aDd tho Irishmen if the Scotch at least were going their chins above the surf. lo bare revenge. Jock looked as if'he The five sheets of ice were in play and at Ihe end of Ihe five twelve-end tames, hasty totalling of scores Ehowed ft a saw oft wllh 65 points each. This Is a remarkable result one considers the spread of the individual game scores. Thin result was of course most nn- and'without precedent-in a contest, but by mutual consent, rather than have a. drawn battle for a glorious occasion, It was de- cided to leaTC It to the two chieftains to, open pot and'decide tho vlc- tors. So Brian Boru Boyd and Kins Duncan "The" Daft shed their over- eoab, snamoncd their own cohorts, played two extra ends. Brian Boru was there in Ihe pinch tnu has another sweet morsel to, roll around under his tongue for another year. On the first head he pulled airay with a beautiful fpai- end, ami fSoming, home ahowed his maslerfu! generalship by pounding through the Scotch rocks, leaving King Duncan "not a chance" to even It up. "The" puff had to bo fJltsfied wilh a lonely, inadequate "one." Thus the Irish fcava cause for their rejoicing, win- ning the round and the event of the year by a nice margin of 3 points. Charles Cnrberry, whose ancestors wooden shoes in Ireland when It Old Country Football Scores .IjONDON, March Canad- football results yesterday: First Leigua 2, Nolta County 0. Manchester C. 1, Preston K. E. 0. Sunderland 3, Sheffield United 2. Bradford City 3, Aston Villa 1. Southern League Crystal Palace I, Exeter City 6. Scottlih Lugue Rangers 0, Motherwoll 0._________...... Scotllsh cup draw resulted as Jol- Dr. Marrs...... 6 OTTAWA. March Seattle hockey team. Pacific Coasl champions, bad Juiry Simpson sewed up, but. will arrive in Ottawa for the Stanley Simpson cut down an eleven lead to cup series on Sunday Mtentooti. Word Drsw.s Annonnced for Two-Man Team Tournament in Do- minion Alleys Alleys Have Been Recently Im- proved and New Pins Ob- Interest to that effect was received here yes- terday. Kr.-.nk CaWer, president of iho National Hockey League, is coin- ing from Montreal to meet the Seattle party and a civic welcome will be given by Mayor Fisher. The western party fe coming by way of Milwaukee aud CMc-sso. A number of Seattle 'tans have also .accompaned the Pacific Coast cham- pions and Frank Patrick IP understood ---------------------------------------------------------I f.uuo null I I a 1. Jt, SLUUlt iljon had offer of a drink from to be on his way The Seattle boys ars in no hurry to get home and will remain over if necessary to finish 17 coca cola hollies in as many sec- onds. Then the chiefs went at it to bust the tie, with the result as given King Duncan -was drawn, against Boyd. his ancient ensmy, as usual, and turned in one of the nicest games played hy him this inch raises, draws, chip tie winner and fiukcs all run off his string In mag- nificent Etyle, He von his own gams, snd baa a 4 point margin, but sad to reltto for the Scotch, he weakened the extra ends that had to he played. It was a real evening's fun and a fitting wind-up of a most successful year of'curling. The Irish foregathered early and H looked for a'while as i! the Scotch had piked on their but they were merely losding their tanks so as they wouldn't hare lo coma down for gas when they actually had hopped off. They arrived en masse aboul 8.30, you didn't hare to ask if they were couid smell 'em. They spurted, nul Ireland got their feet out of the bog, nnd Brian Boru and bis chiefs weat homo to out the series at Toronto In the event the weather prevents complet- ion of It hera. Tis weather !a ?oH here today. Tho draw for the two-man team howling tournament in tho Dominion Alleys has been made. The tourna- ment will start Thursday evening without fall. New pics have been ob- tained and the alleys have recently been improved so that every facility will be offered the players for a suc- cessful affair. Tla> following are the draws Thursday Night, March 13 Needs-Shorer vs. I.eask-Sniilh. I'ddy-Zaremha vs. Felger-Schweit- ze-r. Friday, March 19 Aird-Freestone NclEOn-Sinclalr Irving-Bakos. Sicortf-Round (Drew; Bye in First Bound.) Irwia-Hopper vs. Jonos-Evans. Morriaon-RIdpa'lh vs. Dav.-aon- Mac- lean. If tho teams scheduled to play on Friday night cara lo take in Iho'has- ketball game, arrangements may ho made to postpone ihcir match or run it off either before'or after the hoop game. It Is proposed to get the sec- ond round started Saturday night if at all possible. lowi Morton vs. Kllmnmoek. Albion Hovers vs. Hangers. games will be played March 22. MARTIN KAYOES WEST SPRING FIELD, Mo, March 10 Bob Martin, heavyweight champion of the American sijeOltlonary forces knocked out "Dummy" West, of Seattle, In tha third round hera to- night. FOURTH WIN BAKBaSPIELD, Cal., March Young Kramer of Oakland, tonight hli fourth straight fight In elgh: feys by knocking out the Uixio Kid Bakersfleld, In the first 35 seconds their scheduled four-round bout. sleep with no unpleasant dreams lo guard against. The Scotch now will come through with two bags of flour for a donation towards some worthy Inslilulion. lt'3 a next year %L least It Is {or tho Scotch on the 17th of March carnivals. The scores: Brian Bora..... 3 "The" Duff ...1: Bill Scott.....17 C. E. Carberry.23 W. Crawford -I P. Simpson.. 9 Jock Marnock .14 J. F. Hamilton. S Doug. McN'abb 7 K 55 Ihtra Brian Boru..... 4 "The" Duff 1 C! 56 Tha Ice was in perfect The Irish Vcre decorated, Coals, hats, clones and brooms all flew the greenest green of Ireland. The Scotch uncovered n few Tarns, but it -FTS3 A bit chill to risk the kilt. KAYOES RODNEY LBWISTON, Maine, March Eugene Brosseau, tho Canadian iold- ilewelgbt boxer, knocked oul MB score Hooney of Philadelphia in Ihe second I Baker Made Most Home Runs, Other Old Stars Shine Brilliantly The two leading home-run hitlers in the American league are "Babe" Rulh, now a member of tho Yankees, and J. Franklin Baker, Ibelr slugging third baseman, Hvery fan who follows Ihe game closely knows that Ruth created new season's home-run record last by making 29 homo runs off op- posing American leapte pltclierf. Few. however, know that liaker has made moro liomb runs in the American league than nny other play- er, pasl or present. Over a stretch of in years the Maryland farmer hss made no less than 77 circuit drives, 4i while a member of the Athletics nnd the other 33 since ho jninej the Yankees in 1016, says the N'cw York World. His prealcst home-run year was ii 1913. Tlial eeasou ho had an even dozen homers. Until lho 1919 cam paign Samuel Crawford, former mem- ber of the (he American "home-run' king" with a rec- ord of 70 for 1.5 Masons. Although he losl his iiom Jno. Mulr, Jno. LIvIa, Willie Kcnzle played for "The" Duff, Klrkhara, Menzlo nnd ported Brian Boru. A tight liltlo ends to a AJAAN CUP RECEIPTS TO DEFRAY EXPENSES OF OLYMPIC TEAM TORONTO, March is under- that ".the .trustees of ths Allan cup have practically consented lo Iho suggestion that the Allan cup re- ceipts of IhU year, Instead of being devoled to purposes, as in tha deed of gift, be given (o.defray the expenses of the winning team to the Olympic games In Bel- gium. If the Canadian Amateur Hoc- key association takes tho saiad viow Iho matter can bo arranged. The-Melting Pot Bowlen will start off on an- other tournament tonight In'the Dominion Alleys. The draws >vcrn announced last night and a scrutiny of them wilt show that the learns are very evenly match- ed.' A good contest Is warranted. The tournament will start to- riant wjjhout fall to be on hand. The Bankers sure' have some lineup for their ball team this summer. Thev have a pitcher that made things hum in France with the Canadian AH Star ag- gregation and he is, reporter! to be getting] himself into good form for this summer. Othen can look out. Seems as if some of tlie Bank- might geS a good workout when Jaw comes to Leth- hrfdge for nn exhibition game on April 28. The Bankers are going lo put a team In Ihe senior clly baseball lea- gue this year that will make thu oth- ers step lively (o have a look In at the premier honors. According to Ihe line up announced today the Ban- kers have been liucceBsful in obtain. Ing players that havo made names for themselves for years past. They have a ballery thai will take a good deal of hard work to haat. Hen- rlrlck, Ihe rltchor, operated for the Canadian All Slars in l-'rance and did great credil lo'himself and his learn mates. He Is a southpaw, O'Connor will lako his delivery. Ho Is known In Iho city as a flrrt class man behind thn hat. Krom fhc Winnipeg League comes Irtving for first -base. He Is a (Inrk horse to tho local playera bul The C.P.R boys are continuing their efforts for a bigger and bet- football team this summer. Thty have been hot on (he trail of all players In the company ranks and, if all reports are true they will make the old timers in Leih- bridge step right along, St. George's have thrown their hat Into the ring and sent out a call for players. Looks as If they will have to do som-digging. The other football teams hiwe bein canvassing now for several weeks to get the best .material. ever St. George's have always been a strong bunch and they are sure to have many good players among their followers wha will nul desert them this year, Tho Callles are not eaylng much theii'days but It Is practically lire, according to all rumors, that they have eome stars lined up for this summer, They will spring their surprises all In good time. Now Is the time for trapshooters to be oiling up peek- ing down the barrels to see how much rust has accumulated. A let of new rules has been made for registered tournaments En Can- and the United stales this year, Don't forget Friday night. Keep that date open. That Is the nlghl basketball fans are going to have the time of their lives. Browning has only lost One game this season but many Lethbrlrfge boys think they will lose one Fri- day night. Come out and see for yourself. Now that il In determined lo slop r_wj__ ___ i many would-toc ohamplons froui reputation is such before Ihey miilen have every confidence lhal Ihe aro won' r'nK can hope lo got EVERY MAN REALIZES- That. This is the Day of the Fifty Cent If you spend your clothing dollars For garments.that do not wear that do not give you satisfaction, it is extravagant clothing at any price. You can sperfd your clothing money so that every dollar will have its full purchasing power of 1 if be very particular about the .clothing you buy. BERT KESTER'S MEN'S SHOP THE HOME OF 20th CENTURY'CLOTHING ALEXANDRA HOTEL BLOCK PHONE 615 ON THE CORNER __ ______. _________ e Sport Notes B. W. Browning is" n aew catching candidate' with -Ihe Jloatonr He'd Soj. He hails Tex., but lasl year played Independent ball in Cas- per, On AUTO LIVERY Special Service on Country Trips Phont 737 1210 The St. Louis Browns have quite e colony of toriner. Jonlin playerB on their squad, including Hoy Siinilers. Mapel, Durwclll Cul'inb anil Thompson. The first three arc pitchers. Tne two Uoston liall clubs showed j -signs of unusual activity when it was, I announced the Hed'Soi had bought I Hack Bihel from Richmond aud sent I inflelder Bill Satterlee, a part vayinent, nnil that the Braves; Irad released .pitcher Itay Kcallilg to i Los Angeles. SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Phone 185S, 409 3rd Ave. 3., Lelhbrtdge, Alberta Ride in McLauglllin Special. It costs no more. made !iy any American league ulnyer. In his years with tho Tigers Sam smashed out triples. trouble, Biggs Is scheduled for Ibo long throw; on second and O. Stone j will lie short atop. Stone Is well .T.UIL lull 4311 illllLUII. 1 t t "U Dealest Ihree-baso hll year was! 'Iof' whos? rn round ol a Eight. len.round bout here las'. Carlisle (Red) Smith passed on weei when the Washington'Club claimed him from Ihe New York Yankees, Mocking any intention Miller Kngeins may had of sending him .to-the Coast. The Yankees got waiv- ers on Halas and smt him lo Bt. Lools and on Al. Wlcklatid, who shipped to Ihe farm at Toledo, Edwin C. Cftrbeo has been arrcclad Dayaland charged wllh being Im- f la 20 b But oh you knockout piirieh! DfJfin IJoru when roused has n kick like a mule In either mitt. The houfcholders must havo rleem-. eil II a riot when Hamilton pulla his fbagsers, I'.iO three.hisnVrs iiii'd 7 two lo vrfcen slowed away a victory Brian Boni with Iii.i un- beatable four end. II was a for the Irish. St. Patrick's nay falls on aamo duto licit year, you Haggis Kilcrs! Homo rulo for Ireland, with Brian Boru for kink. in I. when he niailo 26. Tho two-base hit recortl Is held by N'auolcnn Lajolc. the f'renchman, who, was without a iloubt the most cracc-i Itii player who nvcr walked on H ball ficlil. In his 15 years with tho Ath- lilies nnd the Frenchman made iloublos. In 1910 he made Until Ihe arrival of Rulh In lho American league. Ixijote nml ford were raletl as (he two'liar-deal hitlers In that organlzaiinn. Anil their extra records