Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE SIX BRINGING UP FATHER THE LBTHimiDOE D HKRALP THUnSDAY, MAnCU 21. 1'Jtt ft By 6. HcHanus C MK HIRE L16YCN DON'T XOO THINK TO TAKE A LITTLE IN (SOlNC, CXJT TO LUNCH 1 IN A. rpw MINUTED! j A THIRD OF Mil IDT'L rtATUM MRVMt. IHC WHY NOT BRING HER HERE Wlion your wife RIMIH n-shop- [iliifi sho probably hujm't time to ruturn b6me for her luncheon and naturally wnnti to make overy minute count. She will savo lima nod at the name timo eat quality kind of food that she IK accus- tomed to have at you bring her to tho SILVER GRILL Westley Takes Crown from Tillock in Great Extra-Round Battle in Second Amateur Carnival; Big Night's Sport Fifteen Boufs Give Fans They Bargain For and Then Some th? ?rcond camp back bndlns t several Kesler did most of the leading. however, and tho bout WHS; I'uirly oven up 10 this point. Roster; landing a number of blowy toward? (he PHI! of the round. The boys rail- j ea ii hdi-d in the last round and ley had the edge, getting the decls- ion. Bout Seven t Spirou. pounds, a ma tour bantam champion uf Aiberta Jim- 1 tolft in i "o the He has notjccs. corner quilting be- W. A. Phelon) THE HOLDOUT iloesn't care about tbe club i 'inces, He doesn't care how mil. flu- HIS WORSHIP MAYOR HARDIE WILL KICK OFF OLD COUNTRY FOOTBALL LEAGUE STANDINGS nieo footballer, but just to prove that he Fifteen over -In rounds uf amateur boxins. were served up t'or tho edification uf the rins fans of the dty and district at the Majestic last night, when tlu1 second amateur box- ing carnival, which is putting tho milt game back on the map in Leth- bridge in the right stylo, was staged before a considerably larger than viewed the iirst bouts a couple vt weeks ago. One new winner was declared last night, when Art AVeslley. Lethbridge's l.iroad juniper, tool: ihe crown from i Gunner Tilloch after the greatest bai-: i tie of the year. I Gus fipirou won liis bout handily i wheu Jimmy Corner quit in the sec- i pounds. II go', the de- i cislon on his work in the first two Bobby Giilespic was declared' the'rounds, though Venossig had consid- ohanipion of the flyweight division, jcrably the better of it in the last Tiny Workman 'emerged winner of i round, the paperweight after a groat series' Bout Four of battles. j Doug. Khvin vs. Bill Brnwn (colored! Dody Thompson retained the light-j welterweights, three weight championship of the city when inn for Elwin. Brown displayed lie forced Bob Campbell Quit. windmill defense that would take by handled the bouts as thin! man in the ring. Chief Gillespie an in teiesfd spectator and also his faster'opponent that all the boxers were supplied wiih 1 rn ,he flrst round s ,rou landeil: amateur cards before entering thethree clean lefts on Corner's jaw because It was a great night's sport.lanrt him Opening Tilt of Soccer Interest In aclttal figures. That show how much the recent sea-! son cost. j He sets his price way up in giant at Adams Park on Friday Morning he knows "they i Mayor Hardle has never cannot fill his tnatl a Scotchman, he is a MiddlMboro 4, Jj. Liague Standing to Saturday, March (Inclusive) Enjliih Pint Division I P. W. D. L. F. A. Burnley 2o II ss -IIP Liverpool 82 18 10 (i S4 :'7 12 Manchester C. Bolton W. Ererton Tot. HoUpur .Manchester U. Second Game For Stanley Cup Will Be Staged Tonight pen.ii tootwork and cleaner -m Calgarv Toughey's swings had a tendency i Bo'ut go wild. Bout Three Eight Kid Fisk vs. Ralph Hyssop, pounders, three was: Ueo. feptroti vs. W, counted one of the best kid bouts of! the evening, there being enough ac-; tio.; to keep the fans on their toes every second. The decision went to Hyssop, though part of thu fans show-1 ed their disapproval. t Following this decision, at the in-! stance of the crowd, two judges.} Messrs. Baalim and Metcalfe and, i Referee Kirby 'were name 1 to give the decisions. -Xewcsitlo UBltcd32 17 7 S ill n I OTTAWA Mar. 24.--_Anent tonight'- 17 J 10 4S 3S as series hocfcsjr game al 12 H K 57 41 P'ancouver> the Ottawa Journal says: H 10 s 41 3S "Senators shoot right back at Van- couver Millionaires in tbe second 9 10 55 S3 35 game of the series tonight. This is the I) 10 40 38 35 contest that will make or mar the champions. .Ill 15 ..'12 13 .33 13 The only lly in the ointment was gun attachment to shoot that no opponent was forthcoming for through. Bambino Kesler, the -15 pound heavy-1 Bout Five weight amateur champion of the prov-! Boh Gillespie vs. Jim ince. The promoters thought they j decision went to Gilles- had a match fur him. but it was a pie on his, work in the last round, false alarm, and quite a number of Bin-ell had the better of the second Xew Dayton fans were disappointed. stanza and drew carmine, the first of The bouts were ail goo'l. some ex-j the evening. Both boys are handy ceptionelly so. especially the last be- and mixed it profusely in the last tween Art Weslley antl Gunner loch which furnished more .tctloi; Bout Six i t than lots of ten round professional I.. Kesler vs. Art Wesley, welter-i an" ths dog that bites your wife's re- idecision as the result. It was easily; iatives M'hen they approach your the best bout of the evening up to I that point. criaturea, but is there any- thing more rldiculou't than guy Bout Nine i who ,hout, advice to the tighten at Tilloch. winner of tin glove-show? nveigln division at the last carnival, ______ vs. Doug. Elwyn, in the semi-finals.! are many ways of dispellirm wclterwBight. three dull care, but there's nothing much to be the best opponent Til- more efficacious than watching two loch has met and led by a good mar-1 colored ball club, play for S3 and a Kin the first half of the bout. Tilloch stack of watermelons. starter! to i-ome strong in the last j ______ half of the second, and landed three gome dogs are worth more than straight lefts. Tilloch was the ag-jollier dogs, but a jewel beyond the receipts will go to form the nuc- leus of a fund for iujured players, Atr 5. In first, s nris'j.'i an- diviilc'! amon I wo or more inners. Hwrald reserves O '.he- right tn Ine prizes po lhat com'rK'tltors wicl! file highest ti'imbiM- of rnrrnot iV-rocnsts will re- oc.iv the highest percentage of 7 All 16" V' i _J cntrifF must t111 postal de.- o Thf Hr-raM bfforp miil- rrMiiyp. A Kridiy post- til Ij enter the Herald Football i petition in, accordance with the j and conditions announced o IaboTe, and agree to accept tlm pun- Ushed dec Won aa final anil legally c binding. l.ofhhri'isp, provi.le.l il Herald not f m.'nl nn Saturday niorninR, will ys a Icg-ltim- of ariy niarUtjd ui not he used as pay Signea Addrtu 'ompitUion. blow near the last of the first was tbe deciding factor. Bout Bob vg. Earl Xolsnn, linund.s, tinals for tlie Joe Loe XeLson was tbe winner of this divis ion in the first earnmil, while Gil- Ifi.spic harl won from Birrel! earlier in liio evening. It was a even bout all through. Gillespie won on aggres- siveness. He mUed willingly in the last round and deserved tho beautiful (up with which he was presented at the close of the bout. The crowd ac- rlaimed the popularity of the win. Bout Twelve Douglap Kiever vs. Joe Pincbak, paperweights, two min- iature Dempseys worked overtime Imc weighing 55 ounces, what is the official scorer going to mark down? If an ItiUian-Anierican has a hun- and the old over from dred pounds of grapes winepress he brought Napies, what Amendment is going to get an awful fracturing? Get Your Coupon From Todays Paper Herald football competition fana should take note that, there being no issue of the Herald tomorrow, today's pap- er will contain the last coupon Q available, and in order that the competition may keep on growing as It has been doing for the past month or more. It will be necessary to get cou- pons out of this issue. Mark them tonight and mail them or post them in the boi at the Herald office. Remember con- pons must be received before ulno o'clock Saturday morning. Mailed entries must be received i on the flrst mail Saturday morning to be counted In-the v running. The league stand- ings are published today, and Saturday's games will draw the biggest crowds of the year in tha Old Country, BO get in on the competition and enjoy some of the spice of the game. Oldham Ath. Bradford Engllih Birmingham 52 4 13 15 33 72 21 :12 6 7 19 34 58 19 Mcond Division Blackpool Cardiff Bristol P. W. D. L. .32 19 .13 IS A. P. waiting buddies. It Is an amazinc play and caught the Senators Hat- footed. "Three day's rest should work won- ders with the jaded Senators. H thev City ...30 16 6 62 25 45 llose tonight they will have no excuse.' 9 4J 30 42 City West Ham U. South Shields NotU County Leicester City Clapton Orient United Stoke...... Bury...... Rotherhsai Port Vale Wol. W. Kulhain Notts Forest Hull City Barnsler The Wednesday .31 Stockport C. ;..33 .31 15 .33 15 .82 15 C. Coventry C.....32 10 f.l 33 37 2 11 10 10 tl 31 34 .32 11 11 10 33 3G 33 .32 11 10 11 3t 33 32 .33 13 6 14 35 38 32 .31 11 9 U 38 33 31 ..33 12 7 13 36 41 31 .33 10 11 12 30 42 31 ..31 10 D 12 38 34 29 ..31 12 5 14 39 47 29 ..31 11 7 13 30 41 20 .'.31 10 8 13 43 40 28 ..30 G 14 10 32 42 26 ..32 7 11 14 33 38 25 S 8 15 27 42 24 7 7 18 33 66 21 7 10 41 21 37 17 27 62 21 Engllah Third Divialm P. W. D. L. F. A. P. Crystal Palace ..'13 20 7 6 53 26 47 Southampton .32 16 10 i! 55 24 42 Swindon Town .30 18 (i 8 6t> 33 38 Swannea Town .31 14 10 7 41 S6 38 Millwall XI Watford Lnton v i ,._lm_ Ath. If two Englishmen hold a lengthy conversation, how large a basket will be required to hold all the "h" 's they drop? from song to gong, greatly pleasing i he crowd. So even was the bout over tbe scheduled distance that an extra round was declared necessary. ;ii. the end of which Pinchafc got the ilonision though a draw was about the only thing tho bont could have been j 'called had it not boon that a decision i j had to be made in the process of j ination. To us it looked like Kin-j ver's bout, but the judges rilled other- wise. j Bout Thirteen I Tiny Workman vs. Calvin Fairbanks. Ifienii liiiiils in the pnperweightH. two was another draw and a i third round was ordered. j which grow to itieini; declared winner to meet Pill- Eleph-ants. Ichiik for tho Guy Roy cup. are told, in history, that the courtly gentlemen of three hundred years ago were models of politeness ami yet, their portraits prove that they were rutt around the neck? We Could Live Without Pool sharks. Purlov Touts. Tinpirea in the grand stand. Bootleggers. Kuiffhounds. Merthjrr Town Plymouth Arg. Bristol Roveri Orlmsby Town Brighton-H. A. Northampton Norwich City Portsmouth Newport C. Southend Un. Exeter City ..32 Hi 5 }1 35 25 37 ..31 15 5 Ii 44 33 35 .'.31 13 S 10 al 45 34 .32 12 10 10 49 41 ,.31 S 7 27 26 32 .31 13 5 13 48 47 31 .32 H 9 13 115 43 30 11 H 13 35 43 30 12 5 15 40 65 29 .32 S 12 12 32 40 28 .31 S 1L 12 36 38 27 .32 Jl 5 1U 33 51 27 .31 10 6 15 29 42 26 .32 6 14 12 31 40 2G Scottlah League P. W. D. L. F. A. I' Ransors......34 3t 2 1 83 21 61 Celtic........35 27 4 4 72 26 5S Partlck Thistle .35 15 11 0 47 31 4! Third Lanark .34 18 4 IS 68 48 411 Airdrleonians .38 16 8 14 64 iJ7 411 Hearts......35 15 9 11 52 4-1 Dundee......34 14 10 10 41 38 3? Morton ..36 13 12 11 08 46 3S Hibernians ..37 1-1 9 14 49 49 Motherwell ..33 18 10 10 (10 42 3i: Clyde........32 Iti 2 It 48 44 34 Aberdeen.......36 11 12 13 43 45 34 Kllmarnock ..37 13 8 16 55 63 31 Hamilton Aca. .36 11 11 14 34 45 S3 Ayr United ----38 11 10 15 50 63 32 Albion Rovers ..35 10 11 14 49 57 31 Raith Rovers ,.36 It 3 IS 47 53 fftlttlrk......36 11 9 16 48 63 SI Queen's Park ..34 9 10 15 36 Hotel, Alexander Hotel Cigar, winner but the result was in doubt Stand, Elite Store, People's Oruj Store, North Lethbridge, and J. G. every second of the way. Thore was J nothing to them, ud Tiny Workman had won the papnr- weight cup oniug to Plocbak'u in- blows that had them feeling 'ability to appear in tho finals. was declarod tho t It a great night's sport, furnlsll- Ing threo hours of boxing, and overy fan 'stoycil till the last gong Be Sure It's a Willard Battery Make sure of that, mad you're sure of full value for every battery dollar, The Willard Threaded Rub- ber Battery brings uddtd liv- ings because it doa away with wood-separator replacement ex- pense. Threaded Rubber Inau- iation outlasts the platej. It doesn't warp, puncture, carbon- ize or crack. We're headquarters for the Wiliard Threaded Rubber Bat- tery. We five authorised Wil- lard Service. Drive around. Let's get acquainted. SCARLETT SERVICE STATION 311 7TH ST. SOUTH LETrJBRIDGE, ALBERTA. PHONE 816. Willard Batteries FOOTBALL AT ADAMS PARK Good Friday Afternoon North Lethbridge United vs. Miners Kick-off at 3 o'clock. J. Gurr, Referee Admission free. FOOTBALL! 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