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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE5TX THE G HAW HERALD SATURDAY, MARCH BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus IF "fOU THINK I'M ONHA -blT IN THfiV THEATRl OHVH._THNT It) RE S) ii TO T11W OPERA DON T COME HONE A.MO TCLl. -3; Gasoline Sc The Cintdlin OM CM- vtct Is SO of your bill ind It For nd For McLiuthllfl ud Dodge prlet Made to fit models and tlzti of MADE FOR TRACTOM See ui about thle wonderful little gil and Mechanical Garage COR. 4TH AVE. oVSKD ST. J, PHONE LETHBRIDGE 37; BROWNING INDIANS 25 Al MCA Invin Was Big Scorer for Crowd Witnessed LethbrirJge Boys Take Much Touted Montana Cham- pions Into their Net by 37 to 25 Had Good Combination But Lacked Skill Around Baskets. I.ethbridge sure did play. They Several of did lie aeroplane took nil the Browning wanted to stunt for u few feet in tho air. giro ot the rough stuff and bonded ill The playing of Kane and Bonnell Ijafk and rarne out on the long end must not op overlooked. liounell put of a 37 to 25 score. The local Loop- in three baskets, although, his position, era catne onto the Y.M.C.A. floor last with that of Kana's was guard. Kane night determined to put up some did not register any points. Both these ever way'you -wish to take it, players were right onto their work all ind They started in the through the game and accounted for first few minutes to score and at half I many of the Browning's pretty com Westminster Wins First of ihc Home and Home Games in Play-Off in School Bas- ketball Series time they were oft to victory with qha point to the good. The score then was 11 to 13. ;1rwi-i. who held'down the centre position was a great worry to tlio In- dians. Besides pushing one player in the face anil telling him to be nice when .umong visitors he just scored seven baskets and .four fouls. That is all. lie was right ou the Job all the time and had Croff, his opponent in hot waler all the tiroo. Croff was no mean man, judging by his weight and .stature but neither is Irwin. He is slim but there is lots of him. .The local hoopers did'not give the inatlon plays moment. going astray at the last A large enthusiastic crowd of sup: porters from Westminster and Flec-t- wooil thronged the Westminster gym, oil Wednesday afternoon to witnssJ tie first game of the tri-series be- tween the respective schools. Fleelwood made a good start with three poJnta in the lead before West- minster realized the strength of- their opponents but. at the end of tno firs! quarter-Alice Ratlley in usual way had brought tho score up to 5-3 In favor of Westminster. Tied During tho second quarter the teams tied by Fleetwood scoring from lh.3 field but at the end tho Bcoro stood McKillop Young Irwin Kane Bouuell THE SCORE Lethbridge Baskets Fouls Indians any time to fall asleep during JE. Croft the game. They went at it like a J. Dird ivbirlwind right from Ihe start. In D. Door tlie first half Irwiu was the bfe scorer. 31e registered two baskets and three fouls during the period. Bonnoil, guard, got two "baskets ;md Young, forward, got one basket and one foul lit (lie first half. Visitors' Combination The Icam work ot Hie locals was splendid but was hardly up to tliat of the Indians. Tbe visitors had a great combination working. They employed thii particularly at long range and not (Hlvsr.se to passing the ball back too close to their own basket in an effort to Eft It around the door. They pulled off some fine examples of this play with good results for themselves. Although the Indiana bad a liille the better of !he combination work thoy were not tlfere when it eaine toi Icam work around tho baskets. There! :wero too many of them employing' themselves aronud the miildle of Ihej floor. When tho ball was in enemy j territory Lethbridgc seemed to have 15 Browning Baskets S. J. Kennerly '2 1 7 37 Fouls Total! 25 fl-5 in favor of "Westminster. Annie Carter of Westminster scoring from the field twice. The onlj'scores-made during the third quarter were the foul shots by Westminster numbering 3 Laura Frachc did the best scorins for Fleetwood during the last miarter, getting two field baskets. Tbe most outstanding feature of tiie game was the score from tho field made by .Marjorie Thomas of Westminster dur- ing [his quarter. During the game'Fleelwood were 1131 [unfortunate owing to the number of. Jr fouls made by tbcir jumping centre alao in their centres not working as well as usual but they showed them- selves to be good sports from the word go. Tbe Westminster team show- ed gain in speed and also hard train- ing and equal work by all players, i, jThis game was perhaps the beet game 1 played hy the schools this winter. The final score was 17-3 in favor When You are Dressing for the Day thereis a Certain Amount of Pleasure in Pulling on a Pair of REAL HOSE !t pres you a leeHng of real good; start for the day. We have Holeproof, Penman's, Jaeger, WearweD, Luxite and many other Bnes sized from 9Vi to IWz- Priced from 35c to BERT KESTER'S MEN'S SHOP THE HOME OF 20th CENTURV CLOTHING ALEXANDRA HOTEL BLOCK" PHONE 515 ON THE CORNEB Phone 815 this series will be played in the Flcel- WODJ! school auditorium on Wednes- day, March "Young" Kennedy of Lcihbridge; Lost Decision in Six-Round Bout .to Billy Kail of Edmonton JOURNAL-HERALD TROPHY Which the Lsthbri'dgc Veterans have brought to this city, thgs bringing the city into the spotlight of the hockey world for the first time in several years. It is the emblem of the provincial Hockey Cham- pionship. Ice difficulties invariably loom up large in 'the southern part of the province, but Lethbridge made a plucky fight of it this year ancf; desplta all handicaps managed to win their district and the Edmonton South .Sids team for the senior A-A.H.A. championship and tiro Journal-Herald trophy shown above. This cup was 'presented to .the A.A.- H.A, for competition by The Edmonton Journal and The Calgary Herald. played, four days before tho opening ;amc. I W. A. Hewitt, secretary of tho On-- tario Hockey Association and the C. H. A., has been selected to repre- sent the Canadian Hockey Association and -the Olympic committee in Bel- gium. He will accompany Ihe team. Eleycn men, .not vomiting Mr. Hew- ill, will make, the trip; Sudbiiry. Granites, of Toronto ifnd Falcons of three of the teams still in the running, have' an- nounced .their willingness to represent Canada .should, they be successful in winning the chaitiplonshlp. University of Toronto have not stated their intentions. In case the Allan cup winners' find lhat they will be unable to go, the runiiers-up will be sent. It will be a team, not an all- star collection, that, will carry Can- ada's colors at the Falcons have, requesled that in case they are victorious, permission be granted them Jo .make a flying visit to Winnipeg before setting sail, butj ibis is impossible. The team, wbellicr j itrbc. the champions, ninners-up, or tho next in line, will. sail on Iho Melltaj on April 3. There is no possibility of passage being secured on any other vessel. The Allan cup receipts will be used to. help defray the -expenses of the ANDY CAN FIX ANY RADIATOR TROUBLE. 418 Fifth Street South March Bar- alj its players hanging around Ihejrieaii, Canadian welterweight chani- .basket ready to toss the ball in. This, pion, outpointed Art Maglrl. kind of play netted Ihc locals u large if Milu-auki-c, bore last night in J5 rnunris of fasl boxing. licing a willing mixer and able to lake minishment, 'Maglrl was able, to give trie fans a run for their money even though' he lost by a wide mar- Bin, Barrleau strlved hard for a knockout. He landed cvcrytliing he had in his stock and there was .a world of power behind ttit blows, fre- quently it appeared as though the Milwaukee boy was staesering, but lie did not remain groggy. portion of their score. ;Several fine long distance baskets ivero scored by the Lethbridge boys. Irwitl and .McKillop featured in this From a side a liltlo better than Kalf way down the floor Irwin tossed two In and '.McKillop scored one in a like manner. -McKillop's otber basket was scored from somewhat closer range. 'Started With Rush Higlit from tho start of the second period the Lc-thbridge boys went after Tnoy ran in four baskets be- fore Ihe Indians got a score. Then to show that there was no iiard feel- ings at the visitors getting a tally Invin came back with one-. This may Kcem that ihc local boys had 11 all their own way. 1'bey did not. They hud to work bard far every point they scored. The Browning boys were at a dis- advantage. Tbo rules of the game under which they play In Montana are. cpmewhat different, particularly In nml was. only a question of .tlio mailer of fouls and side linos, how Ions Clark could stand Iho gaff. Several foul poiuts were mired by the Kail, of l-rdmonlon, was award- boys on'accounl of decision over "Young" Kennedy. visitors were not accustomed io of Lethbrirlgo, in their rlx-roinul boul. (lie sidelines and it took them some time '-a get wise lo them. frowning was there with the rougU CITY TAXI SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Phone 18M, Office 4OT 3rd Avc. 8., 'Alberta Ride In a Mct-aughlin Special. It costs no DE PALM A BREAKS RECORD I of 15 minutes they are run up and ____ down the station platform and have record' for yesterday a medicine ball and gymnastic para-' phernalia which enables them to overcome train cramp. i "Seattle, arrives here Sunday after- Snoon. They will have'a skate and light workout Monday morning su as Have Two Pitchers Thai Are Hani (o 'of Famous Driinihellcr Team Will be Here for Summer to familiarize Inemseivca link. with the The- C.C.'B hare signed up several players lhat will make other baseball clubs sit up ami take notice. Karl Gorrill, who is well known in Leth. bridge, will deliver for them with Sea- I man. Gorrill has a'reputation In the The. first two rounds wprc about! city as a pitcher hard In bent. Sea- even, but from then on it a pro- cession for Darricau, who put up a wonderful fight, while his opponent gave an exhibition of sameness which hns probably never before been equalled In ft local ring, In tho semi-wlndup, Charlie 31c- Carlhy knocked out'jimmy Clark, of Vancouver, in the eighth round of Ihelr ten-round contest. JfcCarlty, who claims Calgary ng bis home.' had II ou tho Vancouver llfshtwclglit nil the In