Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY. MARCH 19. 192! THE LETHBfclDGE DAILY HERALD ADDITIONAL SPORTING NEWS PULING MEET, Magrath Town Fathers Put Ban on Boat There Causing Switch in Location Boiing (ant In the south country be delighted to learn that a fight lias at last been arranged whereby Kid Hoaglln, of Medicine Hat, and Pilling, of Carditon, will meet In Cardston next Wednesday, March 23. The fight is being promoted by Allen Smith, of Migrath. Mr. Smith Is now in Calgary. On his way north he save out this Information to the Her- ald and now we pass it on to tho box- 'ing fratenity. This fight was to have been pulled off in Magrath, but the town council pnt the crimp In the affair. The fight game appears to be banned in the Garden City, although there is n Mg eporting crowd there who arc not slow in condemning the action of the council as the bout was really being held under the auspices ot the Ma- grath Military band. 1 However, the battle between these two promising youngsters will now take place at Filling's home town. Carditonltes are full of confidence in their man, but Hoaglln Is mighty smart with the gloves, has science, experience, and is in shape to take a lot of punishment without serious results. It is not known where the Rom-head pulled off the honors in tho latest and last bonspM. de- served win. Ho worked In fact, after playing Into semi-final! ho acknowledged that he was "a" in. I Thu ico just held for tho finals on Thursday evening and after a stren- uous game with the Thorn raink, ho came out victor. With thin game tho curtain fell on curling for another year.' It has been successful from every point of view mirtlui committee responsible for the ice and gainer is to bo congratulated. Mr. Ringland. .who has been responsible for tho ice this year, has been untiring in his efforts to good ico and everything pleas- ant. He has been engaged for the next season. HOT SPARKS Fiom the Training Camps OUGHT TO SWAT 'EM BOSTON March of John L. Sullivan, heavy hitting out- fielder completed the roster of the Braves at the training camp- of the Boston Nationals, a dispatch received from Galveston said todav. CHAMPS VS. GIANTS CLEVELAND, March Clevn. land Indians face Giants at Dallas the New York Annual Track and Field Meet Finds Cambridge the Favorites LONDON, Mar. and Cambridge universities broke even in their annual dual track and field games at the Queen's club hero this afternpon. Each team won five firsts in tho 10-event program. Cambridge, which was the favorite led with live points to four when the last event, the running broad jump was staged, anil Oxford's victory in the final contest gave the dark blue an even break in tho day's sports. One-mile run, H. II. Stallard. Cam- bridge first; W. R. Milllugan, Oxford, second; W. G. Tatham, Cambridge third. Time Wlitle. of new LONDON, March University was favored over Oxford In the annual track and field meet of tho rival universities at the Queen's club here today. Perfect spring wea- ther conditions greeted athletes and spectators and enhanced the possi- Speaker will send Bagbv. Morton and Potts to the box in today's game. Uhle Mails and Pottv Oxford. Re Mails and Petty pitched yesterday against Kansas City and did not is- sue a pass. Joe Sewell got a home run, triple and a single out of four times up. to 2. The champions won by 5 Crack Shortitop CHICAGO, Mar. of the cords. Four United competed for esults of the various events which first places counted, follow: 100 yards dash; Won by H. HOCKEY RESULTS Tlgtrt Win Round EDMONTON. Mar. defeated tho TlKorx 2 to 1 lioro lust nUht but the Tigers WHII tho inter- city championship series liy a total of It to '2 on the round. Charlie Reid's work in thu nets for Calgary was mainly responsible fcr tho Tigers' win as tin- Kskimoa out- shot the Tigers lour to ono. FOR ROBERTSON TROPHY March representing Lower Canada College, who won the junior championship of the Quebec amateur hockey associa- tion by defeating Loyola College, will leave Sunday night for Toronto lo play with the winner ot the Stratford-Sud- bury game for the John Hoss Robert- son trophy. The champions have gone through their season without a defeat. Something About the Dogs Which Make Waste Places of the North Accessible Abrahams, Cambridge; G. M. Bulle Cambridge, second; B. G. Rudd, Ox ford, third. Time 10 1-5 seconds. Throwing the 16-pound hammer, I C. Nokes, Oxford, first; N. F. Bur Cambridge, second. fight will be staged In Cardston yet. blst Marks Close of a Highly Suc- cessful Curling Season (From Our Own Correspondent) the best shortstop turned out In "the! ser circuit in years I w- Sm'tn, Oxford, third. Tim 149 4-5 seconds. j_______________ White Sox 3; Giants II. 2 CHICAGO, Mar. a 3 to 0 victory yesterday over the New York Giants team, White Sox today were to meet the Cincinnati Reds at Fort Worth. The infield obtained from Salt Lake of the Pacific Coast league, ex- hibited some sensational fielding in yesterday's game, making two double plays. Both sides played errorless ball. Dick Kerr and Joe Morris al- COLEMAN, March 17.-The ,7wed one hit each Tthir three hid u visitors an Wednesday after- innings on the mound for the Sox and noon two rinks from Fernie, skipped Hodge allowed three hits by Messrs. Harvey Brown and Lip- hardt. The Ice wag In fairly good shape. Play began at 1.30 n.m. and as they wanted to return by the local only game of 13 ends could be in- GOOD ICE IN WINNIPEG WINNIPEG, Mar. drop In temperature today to slightly belo- (luleed in. At tho close of tho games the freezing point insures good ice It was found that the visitors were a for tonight's Allan cup game here in few points ahead. The visitors were which Toronto Varsity and 'Brandon entertained at the Coleman Cafe prev-', are the contestants ions to boarding the train and the best of fellowship prevailed. The curling fraternity is hard to beat. Major H. G. Reed, a Fenian Raid veteran, dted at Chatham, Ont. CLOSE TORPEDO WORKS WEYMODTH, Eng., has been announced that the famou Whitehead Torpedo Works will close down owing to the general depression in trade. During the war about workers were employed at the work where, in addition to turning out tor pedoea, the paravane, a mine cutting invention which, it is claimed, savec many hundreds of ships, was tested. NOT OFFERED POSITION TORONTO, Mar. 19.-R. TJ. Me Pheraon. K.C., of. this city, has no been offered position of commis sioner of provincial police being created by the Ontario government so Attorney-General Rauey stated last night. Mr. McPhersou was the crown counsel at the recent investigation 'of former Police Magistrate David Hast- ings' administration of the Ontario Temperance Act at Duunville tween the big timber wolf of north and tho collie dog. The Easter offering of Fashiori'Crafi Clothes at reconstruction prices. Nsw models, artiste conception of one of America's acknowledged designers of Men" sQotites. Fresh, snappy serviceable cloHis in svery known coloring and a large variety of tattews. Tailored, as all FasKfoh-Craft clotncs wtik nothing left to dssire. Prfcss and up, ta meet any if quality and true count. Sef them and bs convinced. WINNIPEG, Mar. horse or the flivver lias no chance with the dog teams in the northland during the winter season, according to Miss Mary Clendenan, start writer for the Manitoba Free Press. Dogs are the winter burden bearers of the north. The young men of the towns buy a. dog team and toboggan instead of a flivver with which to take the girls riding. On the other hand, pioneers at remote posts do not mush the dogs as sport. The dogs are harnessed when it necessary to make tho round of the trap lines; to replenish the larder; to fetch supplies or mail from the nearest post or to make a hurry-up trip for the doctor. The only wagon roads north or The Pas and vicinity run to Flin Flon mine, about 100 miles, and from Mile 82 on the Hudson Bay railway to Herb Lake, about IS miles. Aside from roads horses are unknown in tho north, and where the horse cannot go the automobile has no chance. Northern traffic goes by water in summer and the dogs for their sins of fighting and howling, are banished to outlying dog camps. They come into their own again each fall at freeze-up for then passenger, freight and mall service depends on dog pow- er. The-genuine miskf is a rross bo- tlie flrs generation ot such dogs is of Ijttli use for work. Many of the presen msklea are generations removed rom the original cross by which the ype was produced. Many other work ns dogs show points of the husky, al )ut extinguished in the conglomera :ion of almost everything doggy. Pure huskies are known by theii sharply pointed ears, the plumc-likt. ails carried well over their backs; ho rich, smoky silver of Uieir coats, vhich are long-and silky, a'nd also hj heir wolfish howling. Such dogs cai lot really bark. Some of them weigh 00 pounds, and a load of 100 pounds ler dog is not considered excessive. They are fit for work before they re one year old am1 are good for the lard trips of several hundred miles vith a spin of perhaps 60 miles per ay, for almost seven years. After hat they may be used at easy hauling or two or three years. Fifty miles a ay is considered good sledding and ,000-miles in a a consorva ,ve estimate of what a dog at regular will cover. Thero are different dog languages. pronounced gener- ally is used for the start, with "gee" and "haw" for right and left, "whoa" for the stop and other words too nu- merous and hectic to mention, reserv- ed for. tho lazy, contrary beast. The Indians use "Yoo" for the right turn, j and an explosive "Cha" for tho left. Tho Alaskan, Walter Goyno, uses a nonchalant conversational tone with his dogs, starting them with a short whistle and "All right." LOUIS KEEL Fifth St South. Lethbridge. King and Queen Witness French Champ in Action at Knowsley Hall LIVERPOOL, Mar. maj- esties Kins George and Quean Mary, tht-i Prince of Wales and dis- guests cl the Earl of Derby wern last night ?lven a reprolm'tio'i oC tnn later rounds of tho Carp-jnr.lnr- Battling Levinsky boxing contest which was fought in Jersey City last October, t'larpentier appeared witii his Belgian sparring partner at Knows- ley Mali, near here where thn Earl of Derby is entertaining a house party for a few days. The two men boxed two rounds and then they reproduced the (light, tho Belgian being knocked out! with a smashing blow to the jaw. Lat- j or tho king and queen, shook hands j I with Carpenticr and the king wished him good luck in his coming fight for tho worlds championship -with .lack Dempsey. it St. Thomas nnard ot Water Com- misBloners will soon start operations on tho big concrete dam north of Ska city. 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