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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 18, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LfiTHBRIDGffir OATLT HBRALD � vFRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1921 BRINGING UP FATHER fir G. McManus DID VOU VE5-CA.C5t> 5 c^6at INT'L F�ATU�� SewVICK, (NC. HERE VOU HAND'em HERE-THEN or THE -blL-VERj -WARE ANO LOCKMV v_ CLOTHED CLOSET- WHY NOT BRING HER HERE When your wife goeti a-thop-ping she probably hasn't the time to return home for her luncheon and naturally wants to make every minute count. She will save timo and at the same time eat quality food-the kind of food that She Is accustomed to have at home-If you bring her to the SILVER GRIU HOCKEY OVER, BASEBALL AND SOCCER ARE NOW BEGINNING TO AGITATE THE FANS Ot- Soccer League Organization Meeting Monday Night- Bright Outlook for Big Year-Six-team District Baseball League Already Being Considered. Hockey Is over along the Crow line tor the winter of 1920-21, and already the fans are beginning to talk soccer and baseball. Interest in hockey was never so keen as it was this winter, and the fine weather which favored the Crow league for the greater part of its schedule certainly did much to help put hockey on tlie map in this part of the world. Though the Herald-.lournal cup. em- winter lias furnished the fans the beft sport they have ever experienced, and they won"t ao without another year. It has jazzed up the old burg being formed for the months of July and August. It. Is a pretty safe bet that a district league of the same sI.k teams as composed the Crow hockey league will eventuate, for the Pass towns are all rarin' to go, and would put much pep into the aggregation. Wm. A. Anderson of the Mounted Police at Macieod already has letters out with the idea of forming a si.\ wonderfully during the Past three team ball league, and teams wishing to months, and the hockey club officials enter should get In touch with him at have earned the gratitude of all lov ers of clean sport. Soccer Outlook Bright So having written "finis" on the hockey season, baseball and .soccer fans are doing their pre-season fan blemat'lc of the provincial amateur The soccer crowTl will meet on hockey championship, which was won a- year ago by Lethbridge. was lost to the league, the fans had the pleasure of seeing Blalrniore, the league winner, go into the intermediate provincial finals, which is a pretty fair" indication of the brand of hockey whiclf was played here. Lethbridge. though it lost the cup to Blnirniore in the league play, forced the winners of the league to extend themselves to I'op. and the fans here are altogether satisfied. It will bo a great thing for liockov ne.\-t '.vinter tliat the league winners are from tlio extreme western nnd of the loop, and it is safe to say Monday evening in the citj* council chamber to organize the city and district league for the year. Reports are tlrat there will again be six teams in the senior division with four In the intermediate, and there will be a soccer game nearly every night. All the games this year will be on Adams Park and bleachers will be erected for the accommodation of the spectators, especially the ladies. Baseball Baseball, so far as the city league is concerned, will likely see only three teams entered, unless the Miners decide to get together again. Steve olico. I State Cases Against S^ven White ' Sox Players Dropped for Six Months geisbumpe that the same six teams will apply | Seaman, pitching ace of th� Miners, for entrance into the league ready fori is now residing in Hlllcrest and report another battle. The teams were much 1 has it that he will hurl for Blairmorc more evenly matched thia winter than j this season. However, it Is hoped the last, and next year will see a still bet-1 Miners will be on deck for they had a ter brand of hockey. ! good team last year. The Rotes. Bank- Dominions Take Odd in League Fixture After Typos Grab the First Need Covered Rink Blairmore at least will have a covered rink next winter. Whether or not Lethbridge will, depends on circumstances, but it is a pretty fair bet that if crops are good this summer there will be a company formed to promote an arena. It is the only chance of ever making hockey the game It might be in this town. The ers and C. C.'s will all be there for the opening and will go after the Colonial cup. District League Talk The talk is of making the city league season short and snappy this year, sartin^ probably about May 20 and winding up about June 20, with a 12 game schedule, three games a week. This would allow for a district league Herald Football 00 THIS WEEK 1st Prize $175.00 ; 2nd Prize $90.00; 3rd Prize $45.00. Booby Prize $10.00. I I I! IS H la Coupon must be cut along dotted line I ENTRY FORM I GAMES PLAYED MAR. 19TH SEMI-FINAL ENGLISH CUP' Cardiff vs. Wolverhampton. Tottenham vs. Preston. FIRST DIVISION Derby County vs. Bradford. Huddersfield vs. Aston Villa. Middlesboro vs. Liverpool. Sunderland vs. Chelsea. SECOND DIVISION Birmingham vs. Bristol City. Blackpool vs. South Shields. Fulham vs. N.otts Forest. Leeds United vs. Bury. I THIRD DIVISION Bristol Rovers vs. Northampton. Crystal Palace vs. Swindon. Luton vs. Plymouth. SCOTTISH LEAGUE Hamilton vs. Albion Rovers. Kilmarnock vs, Dundee. St. Mlrren vs. Ayr United. I enter the Herald Football Com I petition In accordance with the rules and conditiona annouiiced j ;ibove, and agree to accept the ptili-1 lished decision as final and legally binding. -Signed...............,........... r AddrtSB.................... RULES OOVERNINQ THE COMPETITION ARE AS FOLLOW/Si 1. The competition will be called The Hera'.'. Football Competition. 2. Competitors will be entitled to as many entries as they desire, provided each entry is accompa^.led by twentr-nve cents, and coupons to the uum-bor of entries. 3 Competitors must cross out the names or the clubs Jhey think w;il loHt> and cross out the names of both If thfy consider a draw will result. 4. Coupons can only be secured from the Sporting Page of The Herald. 5. All monies received will bo returned -In prizes. The amount and numbers of prlres will be published ev,�ry Monday morning for that week's iramfs, Itesult."? of competition"! will be published �very Wednesday and cheque.') to successful competitors will bn mailed Innnedliitely on leccjpt of rnnflrmation l"�v thp -Mhlet'.c News. In ciiHO the first, >!pcon(l or third pri'/e.s .iro divided umnnjj two or more lir'zp winniM-s. Tli" Herald reserves tliP rlBhl. to rc.'UT.'i::;;.V3. A Friday poat-m::rk from rifilnvw out.slde of the city nf l.n|>il,ri(lt,'�? will be considered u3 ".iital'iin? :\ legllltnatp entry. 'l"hc iinmf; and addre.-is of (Im '�Mip':tHor be clearly marked on "I'll ridinnn. ''. .-^i.iinp;: must not lie WKecl as pay-T--"rit iiii- f-ntrlMH , � 1 �-niii-- I'p.uHt be addrcs-sed to !'  ^^.l;t'lr. iv.ritliall Compeiition, Th� M-r..M. l.ctlit.rldRP. The Sl,l��t;n^� ICdltor's decision V 1,1. 1- T;ir.i,lf.\i-'-^ of 'riK- Herald are l*rr