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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX TRBUnTHBIUDOBQAtLTflBKILD TUESDAY, MARCH 22.1921 BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus I ,11, COMMA, BE L POSJ THE NEVT HOUR WELL.- If IM ACRF.'h I I ON I i i 1 ----1 i (jw ONr THE Mf.NO we. jf TOR! THE I.OVK NIKC-OO VOO C.ALU TMM' AN ORDCR or CORWCD I TWO DOLLARS WORTH 1 lH.-UVwv COULDN'T LIFT TWO DOLLARS WORTH Or WHY NOT BRING HER HERE When your wife goc.s a-shop. ptiiK yho probably hasn't the tfmo to return home for her luuohoou anil naturally wunU to niako ovory minute count. She will gave time and lit the same timo eat quality kind of food Unit she is accus- tomed to have ut you bring her to the SILVER GRILL Vancouver 3, Ottawa 1; Varsity 8, Brandon 1; Eskimos 7, Victoria 4 Vancouver Gets Jump in Stanley Cup Series By Defeating Ottawa, Last Years Champions, By 3-1 Score; Came Replete With Brings Crowd of to Its Feet Thrills ils appreciation of the brilliant work ,of players on both sides. I In the first stage of the game the Ot- _..... I lawns seemed to excel in stick hand- training camp. ling, but were not so speedy on the J ice as their opponents. In the last period, however, the easterners an-' peared to grow faster on their skates and made long rushep down the ice. Gerard. Xighbor and Denneny were ARENA, Vancouver. .Mim-h Vancouver's stickhandlcrs defeated Ot- tawa X. Jl. L.'s tonight by a score o'i 5 to 1 in the initial game of the series partjcuiariy brilliant. i which is to decide the world's hockey in the last period Ottawas introilnr championship ami the possession some very line combination play, the coveted Stanley cup. The was replete with thrilis and th THE DELIGH Cold w Belated snow. Income tax. Wet feet. Pleurisy. Bad news from roughly estimated at 10.000. brought to its feet frequently to voice e game I and only the great defensive tactics I e crowd. 1 of Vancouver and the invincibility of was Goalie Lehman kept them from scor- j Large Number of Bouts Lined Up For Second Amateur Night ing. Long range shots by both sides were j the rule. AH players were exhausted from their fast work. j The teams lined up as VIEW] 10 4 Ottawas. Benedict Gerard Clcghorn Goal Defense THE POWER OF GOLD "I hit 'em hard last says Babe 'But this occurs to solid truth- Vancouver. Make it a thousand extra for each I drive, Lehman j And my home runs will be two bund-! I red and five! i Get ready for Wednesday night at the Majestic theatre. COLEMAN CURLBPS CELEBRATE WEDNESDAY (From Our Own Correspondent) COLEMAN. Mar. commit- tee on the program for the curlers', smoker to be held on Wednesday are j exceedingly husy and hope to submit: a program that will surprise and de-l light, the "broom-handlers." The tor of the "Curlers' Squibs" is husy gathering his material for the annua'l editiou. Some of his characters arc elusiro and difficult to lie Hoe. Allan Cup Goes East When Varsity Sextet Conies From Behind, Raining Shots On Brandon Goal for 8-1 Win It'll lie (lie big boiing carnival. Every contestant will be a boua fide amateur, and a classy boxer in tlie pink of condition. Gus Spirou will bos Jimmy Corn- er, in the special five-round event in Football Contest is Growing Rapidly Prizes Out on Wait i Boucher EDMONTON'. March a Darragh tonight the Edmonton Dcnenny ICskimoa defeated the Victoria Avis-1 Nighbor locrats in the first of a two-gann; score of 7 to 4. McKell llnlc-t- i Broadbeat Forwards Subs hockey series by The local players were going at top speed. Keats being the outstanding; player. Skinner, Goal Summary the visitors Dunderdale and! First were the stars. The i Vancouver. Duncan. will play again Wednesday j period-Vancouver. Harris, lUilula n --.-j night, tiie visitors being reinforced by Ottawa. Darragh, r-oyston and Rickey of Seattle. i Third penod-No score. Adams If every wallop meant just so much Harris more. Skinner i I'd bat. nest summer, just nine-forty- I Taylor j W. Adams j "Pay me the said Jack Uemp- Deslrcau! Just turn me loose against a dozen uien! Pileup currency, heap stacks of I'll drop the color line a ml'fight big Sliow me a million, right here in my fist. And I'll take oil the whole blamed scrapping' Give me The the shek- els right. And 1 will trim them all the self- same THIS WEEK Jst Prize 2nd Prize 3rd Prize Booby Prize dotted line BULBS GOVERNING THE COMPE- Coupon must be cut along I ENTRYFORM I GAMES PLAYED MARCH 2STH FIRST DIVISION I Arsenal vs. Sheffield United. Blackburn R. vs. Liverpool. Bolton vs. Bradford. I Derby vs. Newcastle. Everton vs. Olciham. Huddersfield vs. Manchester U. I SECOND DIVISION _ Coventry vs. Bury. I Futham vs. Rotherharn. Leeds U. vs. Bristol C. Leicester vs. South Shields. Wednesday vs. StockporL Stgkc vs. Clapton Or. I THIRD DIVISION Brighton1 vs. Bristol R. vs. Southcnd. Grimsby vs. Ciliinuliarn. I Luton vs. Exeter, TITION ARE AS FOLLOWS: I The competition will be called, The Hera: Football Competition. 2. Competitors will be entitled to us ii-pny entries'iie tliey deah-e, provided Pitch entry Is by tivo cents, and coupons to the DUL.I- of entries. a Competitors must cross out tin names o! the clubs they think "3 K.sf and Truss out the names o[ if consider n draw will result. .Q V Coupons can only be secured. from luj Sporting T'iige of The Herald. 3h 5, All monies received will be re- I- nrnod In prizes. The amount and of prizes will be published '-.-y Monday morning for that Refills at rnnipetitlon.3 rill Wednesday uri'l on'jop to purcijspfnl rotnpclitors will railed immpflifltely on receipt of nfirrn-iiion Otc Athlete News. i; hi fiio first. nr tiiinl ilivitlftr] ;ininris two or nion; the. hi shea I J enter the HentM Football Com. j petition in accordance with tho 19- rules and conditions annuun'je'1. I above, and agree to accept the pul: jo lislied decision as Dual and iczallj 1 binding. I I of liie arked on I Addrm i- Til- Herald Harold-Long, Ben Metcalfe. and. Alt Hoselton will be the judges, with Physical Instructor Rirby as referee. Ily the war, Ben Metcalfe is the lat- est donor ot a silver cup. uen 'says lie will linnd the niftiest cup he can buy iu Lethbridge to his idea of the classiest winner of the evening's sport. This will make live silver chal- lenge cups ready for the boys to win. Some iirizes eh, what? Tillopb, the boy who had 'em all guessing at tho last bis show, is ready to de'eiid his title tomorrow night. It is hoped that u boy who make him step will he lie is a comer. agalnst I FASHION'S HORRORS j ''An organdy frock, the dasli color supplied by inset motifs j green, forming an effective- ehliance; mont at either side of the hemstitched j front and back panel." an- other bomb? I Permanent newest Mar- i eel and the crime-wave. Hoot wliole Scot clan fra' i number six will be out In force, and they promise 10 brins alons the bag- j pipes and kilts too. THRILLING STATISTICS Dofly Thompson, the classy light- weight and holder of the city amateur championship will defend his title too. Remember how Body made Joyce step itt the last show? we do. Sure Let us go for that 5500 mark. This week constitutes tho first prize. Ulake it possible for a (260 first prize next week. That would mean a great- big jump but with the interest being shown in the Herald's football sible. contest that IB not impos- This contest is all yours, notwith- standing the name. The contest ia conducted for j'ottr benefit and all your monpy is used In Jt. So help it along with getting your friends in- terested. Tomorrow the results of lost week's contest will be announced and then it will be known who wins the }175 first prize. Don't forget we Vant to pass the mark in two weeks. Get your entries in early. II Complete Reversal ot Form Gives Students Cup S-.'! on the Round i WIXXIPEO, March Allan cup goes east. The Toronto Varsity hockey machine which surrendered tho cup to the west last year, made a grand comeback this year, coining from behind with an avalanche of goals to defeat ihe Brandon team S to 1 in the final ot Ihe two-same series and proved beyond all" doubt their right to be termed amateur champions of Canada. The wonderful reversal iu form of both teams was another one of those strange happenings in hockey. The easterners, after getting back in the first neriod, the two-goal margin which they lost on Saturday night and i after being out-played for ]0 minutes in the second session, finally opened lire and in jig time had put the game and tho Allan cup away with one of the most brilliant exhibitions ot sharp shooting seen here in many a day. scoring four goals. This was enough to cinch matters and just to show that they possessed the class they added two more in the final session a.nd trot- ted off the ice in the final session, win- ners of the round S to 3. For thirty minutes the teams fought desperately for supremacy as it soon was apparent that the students were a much different aggregation from the one that went down to a 2 to u defeat on Saturday. Chimps Got the Breaki The Ontario champions got the best of the breaks to have a two-goal margin in tho first session, long shots by Ramsay doing the trick, while Bran-1 don failed to tally on some very close plays, but when the Manitoba boys tallied early in the second period it looked like anybody's game. For ten ininutos of the second period Brandon more than held their own and had their opponents back up against their own goal. But all of a sudden thn students opened an attack, scored iu ten then ran in three morn in a exhibition and there was no more fight left in the Brandon outlit. The teams Brandon. Moran Arbour Hill ned up as follows: Position Goal Defence' Wing Centre Toronto. Lantry Ramsay Brow a Sullivan Wright Carson Subs Traer Olson CoUlwell Goal Summary First -Varsity, Ramsay, .45; '2, Varsity, Ramsay. 10 minutes. Second Brandon, Mac--' Xeill, .20; 4, Varsity. AVestman, 10.40; 5. Varsity. Curcon, 6, Varsity, Sullivan; 7, Varsity, Sullivan, 3.10. Third Varsity, Carson, 4.35; Varsity, Olseii, 15 minutes. Smoke BRADSHAW TO JOIN YANKS j For every home run made by Babe j store with Ed Ki jilutli. the Busting Babe strikes out, anij wj one and one half times al ,he Colonia, theatre. or every man struck out by Gro-' j ver Alexander, two make base hits. j For every dollar Cicotte found un- i der his pillow, be has suffered j pangs of misery, j For drink we refused to take in the olden days, we now kick our- j selves J79 times. I For every woman who believes j what, her husband tells .her, tliere are j 5.7y'_' who don't. The tickets are selling fast at the jVimy HidKe ''unfeutionery. the Elite "lennedy at the ith Len Brown Better' get yours today. Tomorrow may bo too late. Bettor be on the inside looking on, than on tlio outside trying to look in tomorrow night. MODERN MUNCHAUSENS Dan Morgan. U'u r. Fiynn. Jimmy Uiinu. .liiimiy Diir.p. Jimmy Johnston. Tom Jones. The show tomorrow night will re- mind yon ot' the barber shop. How? It'll be next! Stretcher bearers will be in attendance. Gordon Elwyn will swing the towela. Biggest Surprise of the Season When C. Take Three in a Row The Giants were knocked out of a chance at the finals in the city ten, pin league last night when the Coca} Colas took three straight games, the i first by 82, the second by 81 and the! Jim Bradsliaw, star backstop of last season's Lafayette college base- ball team, lias been taken into the i Yankee fold by Manager Hugging. Tillsonburg, Out., Mremen received a 20 per cent increase, hare it for pipt PHONE Dll 410 FIFTH RTRECT Do you believe in classic Greek? Then have your shoes shined often, patronize candy stores, and buy lots of fruit. MYSTIC MARRIAGES thinks tho other has a. bank-roll and neither has a dime. h'Te one has no brains and the otli'.T is also in moving pictures. "Whore one is a jazz (lemon and the other yearns for domesticity. each has thro'.vn a whole herd uf bulls during the courtship. Lethbridge Heralds for saie by our in all cities and towns and: also on all trains and by our agents in the following Williams; BLAI Pharmacy, Maurice; Bond; Hat Works News Co.. Lsbor News Agencies, Na-l tional News Stand; Alexander Cigar store: Or-uji S.' Book Co.; T. paunch; Cinar Stoics.' Ltd.; Harper Cigar Store; M. McCalie: GREAT: FALLS, News Co.; MEDICINE Bros.: MANY Pharmacy; Pharmacy: MILK f. A. Moir; Wm. Whitworth, A. D. Sorenstm; PINCHER A. Tucker. P.. F. i Hlnton; G. Ibetson Drug Store; J R.tici Drun and Stationery Co., L. T. In Ed. Kennedy, Dallas Hotel. Alcysniffr Hc'.el Ciqi- Stand, Elite Cigar Store, People'i Drug Store, North Lcthbndnc, ana j. G. A Co, __- interest. Chief difference between a success- ful batsmsn and .1 successful boxer: The bntter hits 'em where they ain't, snd the boxer hits :cm where they arc. EOCA COLA PRIZE Cola To" at tilf: iiimipauy a mnv ton niu for the sea- who j niiirk all lii'' reinain- l.r- kticn Len Brown will announce 'em. Are you ffoinsr? to- The welterweight division draw is going to be a real hummer with such entrants as A. Westlcy. B. Brown. Dong Ehvvn, Lester King, B. Kesler and others. All these men are on par with Tilloch. tiie last winner, and Mr. Metcalfe of the Alexander Hotel has rlnniued a. spi-clal cup to the winner ot .this division. last game by 15 pins. H waa the big- gest surprise of the season, but the! Coca Colas have had hard Hick all i season and they were due for a few I i good games. The win last night gives pionship, providing they can boat the I Herald Wednesday night. I Dick Smith carried off the utgh ag- gregate last night with 589 for the three games, and Shover got the in- dividual higll with 217. The Herald and Coca Colas roll Wednesday night and the Giants and Dominions finish the season Friday. The scares COCA COLAS 1st 2nd 3rd Tot. Schweitzer 159 187 Liscombo 201 183 Xeeds...... 142 124 j Smith...... 216 580 Shover...... 1C! fill The linntam class is another thriller with Hiich evenly matched boys as n. Hyssop and W. llutton, J. Birrell j and B. GiHespie. 892 S GIANTS Xow for real Cast fighting, watch these fiywpislits. H. Whitney and L. U'orlanrm, (Inorge Spirou and Young Pindiak rind Ken Bonnell and Kelver. Those boys will be out tor the cup and is liizarins on taking it home. Freestone Kloan Hopper Xelaon invin 17n 1SS 13S 137 SmI 151 141 171 135 3rd 177- 3 S3- .1 I 137- -2659 Tot. 551 502 4S1 170 SHUBERT WINS riKlirORII, Mass., Mar. A! SIpihrT'. nf this city won the iOon my- llubhv Josephs of Bofitun in a 10 roiiu-l li'iiit here last nighl. KRAMER BEATS ANDOW PHILADELPHIA. Mar. Kramer of Hoston defeated Sammy Andow of in an eight-round bout hcYc last night, Kramer having tiie advantage In every round. MONTREAL GETS DECISION I SECOND BASEMAN WEANS SPECS liar. Jloil- tri'al ol' Providence given the newspaper over Car! Trc- inaini! nt iu their 12-round boil! lasi. nixbt. The Cardinals have snothrr be- spectacled recruit on their list thin spring. lie is Toporcer, a second baseman. The! part of tho mill dam >fU3scl3 has been washed, s. K. Morlucli, one ot Dnr Prominent bueinusy men, tiled, SECOND GREAT AMATEUR BOXING CARNIVAL NEXT WED. NIGHT, MARCH 23RD (First Bout at 8.30 sharp.) THE BIGGEST NIGHT'S SPORT IN HISTORY OF LETHBRIDGE HEADLINE ROUNDS NICK SPIROU vs. JIMMY CORNER Amateur bantam champion 'of Alberta. of No. 6 Mine ft cup is up for competition for the winner of each of the divisions. TICKETS ON SALE NOW AT Cisrcr Store Vimy Ridge Confectionery Store Lethbricige Hotel Cigar Stand Len S. Brown, Colonial Theatre Out-of-town patroni phone LEN 'S. BROWN, 360 1722, for reservations. Main Floor Balcony (nrtt six 50c (last seven ;