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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THUHSDAY. MAItCII 21. l'J2l rHB LETHB1UDGB DAILY H3RALD PAGE ADDITIONAL SPORTING NEWS Finals in Ten 1'in League Sen- ednled for Monday Night- Game on Friday Tlio Herald leu pin bowlers, cluun- pionn of the lirst half of the City Ton Piii League, last night again got (he short end of three games when th'2 Coca Cola took two from them. In the total number of pins the Coca Cola crowd beat tlio Herald by 206. Evans, of the Herald boys, was high for the three games with ,'77 and Schweitzer, of the Coca Cola was second high with Gfl'J. Schweitzer was high for single game with 222 and Shovcr, of tho Coca Cola was second high with 212. Evans' high score was 207. smith rolled The lirst game want to the Herald by a. score of 830 to 752 hut the sec- ond game was a biff reversal. The Coca Cola boys hit SOB and the Her- ald 749. The scores for tho third game were Coca Cola. 960 and the ilerald 823. Friday night will finish the second half of the league. Then the Do- minions and Giants will battle through ihreo games. On Monday night the final will be played oft with the Her- ald probably meeting the Dominions. Following are last night's scores COCA COLA 1st 2nd 3rd Tot. Schweitzer 147 222 Lisuumbo 182 14'J -199 N'ceda...... 143 140 Smith...... 143 203 530 Sliover...... 137 173 522 Will Lethbridge Be Passed Up? Tour of the Scottish Soccer Team Gossip of Local League. Teams Unless the published Itinerary of the Scottish professional nuucer town which will tour Canada this flummer is changed, (olng to be uldetracked in the matter ol a tame. The schedule as published is fol- lows: May 20. Montreal; May Hamil- ton; May 28, Toronto; June 1, >'ort William; June 4, WiBDiper; June S, Kcgina. June 11, Calgary; June 15, Edmon- ton: June Vancouver; June SO, Victoria; Junt S3, Vancouver Island. June Calgary; June 2ft, Saska- toon; July 1 (Dominion Winni- peg; July 9, 13 and IB. games in the tailed States; July 20. Toronto; July 23, .Montreal (Canada vs. Scot- land, Last year when an English team was lined up to make the Canadian tour, the Lothbrldge Soccer enthnsl- asits got busy, lined up a date, got a good share of the necessary guaran- tee in the bank, only to learn later that the lour had been, abandoned. This year more foot- ball crazy than last, and could easily meet the necessary guarantee. If the Scotlish team can be secured for a game in Lethbridfe there is no doubt Ibo local league will do to. and they will hive no trouble at all in meeting the-pniaranii-u. CHAMPIONSHIP STALLION STAKE, NORTH RANDALL TRACK WIBK OF AUG. 8 CHAMPIONSHIP '.'S.-'Tllc Am- erloi Auuclatloa of Trotting Drc'edeni' clumplonthip stallion stake, valued nt 112.000. will be raced at tbc sucond Urand Circuit meeting at the North Randall track here the WMk of S. The association's Matron sUkc, worth 19.000, will be contested at the Toledo Driving Circuit moctiiis tlio week of August 1, Secretary James Clark aunoimced. These stakes this season will be worth more than uy futurltlM ever promoted by the usxiclatlon. Fifty fllxhl trotters hivu qualified In lite championship ttake and flUty-iltc have been entered in tliu Matron The list of ollnlbles includes practically good threo- year-old troiur in training. COBB RELEASES PITCHERS Ty Cobb ban released DauniKartner and llenton and ID- Holder Claire to Onwoa, la the West- ern league. PAT MOHAN (IONS ITALIAN Louis Konsflca. an Italian lad wliu can play both the infield and out- uelii. Is the latest acquisition of Montn. HOCKEY RESULTS VICTORIA 3; EDMONTON 1. March by Klclwy and E'oyatoa of tin) team, tbu Victoria, Pacific coast hock- ey team, defeated tbe Edmonton Esk- imos of the Bl( Knur here tonlfht by a score of 3 lo 1. Tho game was play- ed on xllppery ice ami the Iwaln had their of the play, but played In their luck when it came to scoring goals. HOCKCV PLAYIft RIIULT OF ACCIDENT Mar. Hyrue, tged IK wko WM ImJ-U1 eil In O.H.A. Junior hocMr (MM between Midland and Parry'Souod at the latter town an Kebruary 1. k dead. -V.'iir the close or the (tame Wfi and was accidentally (truck by Htaito of of Ptrrr Wound, cclving a bail gMh 10 bia vu brought back to Midland and ptacat In St. Andrew's hooultal whore ie maiticd ii'j'II his death. Grapes arc a. smart triuintiue at many new Parli and (rocks. They nil say, "Watch the Minors this year." A big camp of Scotchmen has invaded the northern precincts ulnce last season and there's some real soccer material amocg them. A good Miners' team this year will put a lot of pop into thts whole league. All teams In the league reckoned to be stronger, and that means some real battles. The Sons! claim they are going to be 50 per i cent, better, while tbc Fragments out to repeat. Xortb Lethbridge footballers are chasing the pigskin every afternoon tbes.3 fine days when the mines are not busy; They're training alone with the major leaguers in their southern camps. Who said there was anything wrong with Sunny Southern Alberta. Work Is well along on the bleach- ers In Adams Park. Accommodation is provided for 500, with two dressing rooms for the teams. The structure is costing WESTMINSTER AND FLEET- WOOD ARE SCRAPPY AREFAVORIIES Mc.Vabb Playfair Sinclair Kisler Jones Evans 752 SSli 960' HERALD 1st 2nd 3rd 117 163- KIS 137 131 155- 192 1511 183- 132 138 133- 1S1 207 189 Tot. 2SO 168 443 403 On Thursday evening at on the "Y" gym the Fleetwood senior girls' j basketball team meet flie Westmins- More Smooth Work in Training for Annual Race Next Week i ler girls camo tie for first place in the league and In the play-oft for championship, lost by only three points. This shows them to be a team of no mean calibre. However, the Fleetwood girls think they can take the scalps of the north- ern toam for the reasons to follow, j interest is being taken by oarsmen Fleetwood lost its early games by only I m the race of both the Ox- LON'DO.V, r. (Canadian As- sociated With the big boat race not one week away, a great deal Tlio High School trundlers again Mrgcd into the running for the Foot Toggery shield, problematic of the Y.M.C.A. bowling championship, when (hey took all three games of their mlxiin with the Telephones last night. The students never gave their op- ponents a chanca, winning the first same by 41 pins, the second by 97 and tho final encounter by a margin of 45. Art. Green ran up the highest total score of the night when he fell one pin short of 500, while Wads Ridpath copped the individual honors with -OS. Harvey Schweitzer was the only man on the Telephone crew to go over the 400 mark. The scores TELEPHONES 1st Mohan 13S 121 Shera 123 Paulins 13 1) Schweitzer 160 ,'lrd Tot. 391 275 141 46S 421! 430 MIUII SCHOOL 1st 2nd 3rd Tot. Green...... 154 167 Roso...... 153 18li 458 Morrison..... 152 152 Hidpath........ 20S 461 S41 Sport Branches Amalgamated and Diamond Will Hum This Season (By Staff Reporter) VULCAN, Mar. hockey and baseball clubs of Vulcan have been amalgamated and in the future will be operated under one head. Prospects are bright for baseball here this year. Vulcan always has had a fast team in the field it has done much to put the town on the map. As spring approaches the baseball urge is seizing the fans and players anil the spirit is almost sure to find ex- pression in real baseball here this year. A. O. Spooncr, who has successfully piloted the Vulcan team for several years, ia in Calgary today curling so that the Herald mnn could not inter- view him as to prospects. However, bo is understood to be as enthusias- tic UH ever, which augurs well for the game. WRESTLER SUSPENDED a point or two in most cases but won the last three games by large mar- Kins. Central A defeated Westmins- ter by but Central A lout twice to Fleetwood, the firit score being 11 to tJ um! the second The dope looks good for Fleetwood but the northern girls are stayers. The "Sons" have recently cut- ting quite a dash at the "Y" and at ford and Cambridge crews. Cambridge early settled down and appear a well-balanced crew of great weight. Oxford, however, have been in difficulties and there has been a lot of chopping around in the boat, chiefly for the purpose of finding ai satisfactory stroke. Ellis, who strok-i ed the defeated dark blue crew last' year, was found too light; Earl held cadet inspection, so now it is only stroke some time, but has gone and proper that both Ma and Pa, lo number three; D. T. Ralkes who should visit the "Y" Thursday rowed number four is now stroking night to see what their lively lassies the boat. comcs in as bow> p can do with the ball and hoops. And j Mallam going from three to number you sports o! all the turn out' lwo, whiie Lothrop goes from num- in force to show your good school ber two to number four. This leaves spirit. This is the only game the pub- onlv Lucag and Nfckalls row- lie school has played in the "Y" this. the game place B3 when the year so come along boys and girls and came to Putney on March 1. To see the lassies. A small fee wi be charged. WINNIFRED WILL HAVE TEAM IN LEAGUE THIS SEASON; CLUB IS BUSY (Prom Our Own Correspondent) WINNIFRED, Mar. meeting of baseball fans was held Monday to talk league and to make arrangements for a dance to be held March 30th, and also purchase uniforms. Winni- fred will be in the league this season. ijthus make over .a crew a couple of weeks before the race is rather a J dangerous experiment, but undoubted- I ly there is more snap to the boat un- I (ler the re-arrangement and if Railces can get them together in the silort time left, they will give the light blues an argument next Wednesday. The Oxford crew as now constitut- ed is as Cambridge crew- being unchanged Mellis, bow; P. Mallam, 2; S. Earl, 3; F. Lothrop, 4; W. James, 5; R. Lucas, G; G. Nickalls, 7; D. Raikes, stroke; W. Porritt, coxswain. GOLFER WALKS 9 MILES IN DAY Enthusiaat Spends Busy Hours Scant Daylight Just what an enthusiastic golfer can do in the way of making use of the scant daylight of, a short winter day is illustrated by the player who recently left the Long Island station at Flatbush avenue at 9 a. m. for the Cherry Valley links at Garden City. He and his friend played the full 18 holes by 12 o'clock. They ate a hur- ried lunch and were out playing the second round at They finished I the full 18 holes by 2; 30. Then they decided to have another nine holes and these they were through with by The player just simply conld not get away without practicing some mashie Bhots for 20 minutes. Yet with it all he was able to catch the train for Brooklyn, having played 40 pretty.good day's work even in summer, as Cherry Val- ley is not a short course, but has a Yardage of 6336. with the regular greens. Allowing for a cutting off of the odd hundreds through the use of winter greens, the player covered yards each time round. Approx- imately he footed yards, or about nine miles for his day of golfing. E NEW YORK, Mar. half mil- lion dollar purse for which Jack Dempsey and Georges Carpentier were to have fought for on July 2 has been withdrawn and they will fight on a percentage basis when they engage in their world's championship battle. announcement was made herei; today by Promoter Tex Rickard after several conferences with repre- sentatives of the principals. Under the new agreement the pugi- lists will receive (iO per cent, of tho gross gate receipts. Of this sum the winner will take CO per cent, and the loser '10 per cent. The contract ori- ginally provided that Demiisey, as champion, was to receive and Carpentier. as challenger, TORONTO. Mar. Forbes, local lightweight wrestler, was yes- li-rday indefinitely suspended by tliu Ontario athletic ccmnmssioii for "un- -siiorlsmimHlikn" conduct ill hnvillK toulcd Steve Graf of Detroit, whom he wrcstlnd at tho Labor Tomple Monday night. Referee Marsh reported In the commieslon that in his opinion Forbes deliberately fouled OraC when it was apparent tbat he was beaten. CALGARY.RIFLE TEAM BEATEN BY OTTAWA OTTAWA, Mar. a new- record Ir. this 'Season's competition for the Canadian rifle association cup. the governor-general's foot guards' team last night was successful in making a total of 020 points, bcatiuf? the Tenth Battalion ol' Calgary, which until then headed tlio scores with 900 points. Tho results of highest com-! peting learns Lo date arc as follows Foot Guards fl'JO points: Tomb Bat- talion 000 points; Canadian Grena- diers SSH poin's; 3Sth Ottawa Datta- liaa iXiintB. TIGERS BEAT BOSTON HORTOX, Mar. Hamilton Ont., Tigers defeaind the, Boston Shoe j Trades' hockey team last night by ul score of 1 l.q i Men's Hosiery At Our Introductory Sale Lisle, silk. wool. jjifiie, turn, wi and union qualities. Regular 50c; Sale, 3 pairs Regular 65c; Sale. 45c Reg. Sale...75c Ref. Sale...95c Reg. The Men's Wear Store PHONE 615. Alexandra Hotel Block. Cleaning and The Company OF the People, FOR the BT the People The Greatest Life Insurance Company ia the World. r Greatest In Assets [in Gain of Each f. I In Business Placed UreateSl jln Gained (In In Force n Service to the Public in Kedoctten of Mortality tin HMtlh Welfare Work METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY HALEY FISKE, President FREDERICK H. ECKER, Vice-Presideot Business Statement, December 31. 1920 Assets --.____ Larger than those of any olhir Company in the World. Increase in Assets during; 1920 Larger than that of any other Company in the WorU. Liabilities Surplus Ordinary (annual premium) Life Insurance paid for in Mart than has ewr been placed in one year by any Cotxpany in tht World. Industrial (weekly premium) Insurance paid for in 1920'" More than has ever been plactd in one year by any Company in tht World. Total Insurance placed and paid for in 1920 The largest amount placed in one year by any CompaKy IK tht World. Gain in Insurance in Force in 1920 Mars Hum has ever been gained in me year bj any Company in tin World. The Company GAINED more insurance in force both in 1919 and in 1920 than any other Company WROTE. Total Amount of Outstanding Insurance larger than that of any other Company in the WorU. Number of Policies in Force December 31, 1920 Larger than thai of any other Company in America. Gain in Number of Outstanding Policies More than any Company in the World has ever gained in cm year. Number of Claims paid in 1920 Averaging am claim paid for entry 2S seconds el lack business day of i hours. Amount paid to Policy-holders in 1920 Payments lo policy-holders averaged a minute a! each business day oj I holers. Reduction in general mortality at ages 1 to 74 in 9 years, 22.7 per cent Typhoid reduclicm, 72 per cent.; Tuberculosis, 40 fit cent.; Heart disease attr 19 per cent.; Origin's disease, nearly 27 per cent.; Infectious diseases of children, oter 28 per cent. In central reduction and for each principal cause of death this is far greater than that shown by statistics of the Registration Area of the United States. Death Rate for 1920 on the Industrial business lowest in history of Company. Dividends declared payable to Policy-holders in 1921, nearly Metropolitan Nurses made visits in 1920, free of charge to sick Industrial Policy-holders, and visits to persons insured under Group policies. Metropolitan men distributed over Eighteen Millions of pieces of literature on Bringing ifie total distribution lo oner exclusive ofCompaKy's e, of which over are annually distributed. IN CANADA Metropolitan has more outstanding insurance in force than any other company Metropolitan" placed in 1920 more than any other company Metropolitan placed more Ordinary (annual premium) than any other company Metropolitan" gained more insurance than any other company __--.. Metropolitan has more Canadian securities on deposit with Dominion Government and Canadian trustees than any other company Metropolitan has over invested in Canadian bonds. Metropolitan's total irivestment in Canada, Dec. 31, 1920, over This amount added ia the sum paid in death claims, matured endaamitKis, dividends and other payments lo policy-holders, and in addition therein payments lo Canadians for administration expenses since the Metropolitan commenced business in Canada November, 1885, exceeds by the amount received by the Company itt pi'emiums from Canadian policy-holders. Metropolitan paid Canadian polky-holders in 1920 Metropolitan nurses, largely in cooperation with the Vic- torimn Order of Nurse's, paid visits free of charge in 1920 in the Company distributed pieces of health literature in Canada in 1920 Number of Metropolitan policies in force in Canada EXCHANGE Canadian policy-holders of the Metropolitan are in no way affected by the rates of exchange between the two countries, because all premiums on policies in force in Canada are payable in Canadian funds. JOHN NORRINGTON, Supt., Sherlock Block ;