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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX LETHBH1DGE DAILY HKRAl.O THURSDAY, MAntH 25, BRINGING UP FATHER G. MeManus it> b RUC, OUT TO CLEANED-I'M IT TVb PARTV. VJERE WERE IN RU' -fOU HAVE BECH KILLED Crt VMIF> Gasoline is up But. thB. J Stves -31 Per tfc Pit nil models and 'flits of and tractcrX Why uot'taYWU- Mechanical Garage COR. 4TH AVC. A ST..It PHONE WORLD OF Seven Man Hockey, Western Doesn't Give Seattle Advantage Played on Slushy- Game May Be Played in Toronto. OTTAWA, March seven-man hockey, the system in vogue on the Pacific Coast, the Ottswas, champions of the Nation- al Hockey association, again prov- ed their superiority over Seattle, western titEe holders, in. a hard- fought, strenuous hockey battle tonight, winning out by three goals to nothing. With two vic- tories to their c'erfit, the eastern- ers have but to acid one more tory then they will obtain posses- sion of the far-famed trophy :o.iv- en by former Governor-General of Canada, Lord Stanley. The.Sena- tors have scored six gosl.s to their opponents' two, but matches count, not goals. While no decision has been reached, it is almost certain that "the match of the series will be played on Tuesday night next on'the artificial Ice arena in To- ronto. The managers are to meet tomorrow to discuss the question, but unless there is a decided drop in the temperature, the next game will be played in Toronto, with the probability of a return to Ottawa should more games warrant and weather permit. The match tonight was played on a slushy ie? surface and this, 33" in th; opening game, prevent- ed the teams from showing their true form. To Ottawa fans, ac- 1 custcmed to six-man hockey, the ice had a. crowded appearance fourteen mtn lined upi The extra Tkyers did not make any changa in the style of nlay, as 'poor ice made combination work practically impossible. End the game revived iUeff into a series of Individual plays. The puck f- bounded all over the ice like a rub- bar ball, making it difficult to i handle and mnny dan I ing rushes were spoiled the culminating point by the player in possession losing control. Boucher Was Star 1 The westerners had a method of playing but did- nut ri r' above an oven plane, wliile vjrtnrj went 1" Ollaivn by reason of ttiu bril-: liant individual ivork extra of-' fort demanded. Ijoucrher, for Ot- tawa, was tlie star performer unit to; his efforts tho of Ottawa wnsl largely due, Maypr Guir, of Vancouver, facnllue puck, starred off with u rush mm missed opportunities In the" first rev minutes ami Jed all the way in iho opening period. Holmes turned HEida more than iialf :i dozen easy. bat tho major portion of Ot (awn's fufiilade Tvenl iviTd. Om1 c Hour her missed an open goal, After H min- utes of haphazard hockey, Darragh circled the goal and clmiing round in frmi, shot the puck- into the net through a group of plnycrs, There ivns no furthor scoring in this period. Second Period Fast Tho ice was much heavier in .the second period hut. Ihc play was much faster nml more oven, with Seattle having a yhack1. H was nip and lncfc for half with (lashes ot play" and good work Ir-y iho rroa! tiers, although most of iho uhols were from far Toward the close. Hit pace told on [he players. Kickey, %vho figured prominently in tlie rieienVc work, changed places with And did effective work. Hourhpr this tfmc was doing the work of'throe men and had Seattle in distress. Howe to stem the atthCk by good but rarely got past centre. Tho period enrled with tho score still one to nothing. The third period saw brilliant ItocV oy, with Ottawa In Ihc fisccndanl UiiuadbefiL and Huncher Loth put in shots and then orokc Suggests League Including Ma- yjrath, Cardslon, Raymond, Warner and Lelhbridge Herald. Correspondent Wants to Do Away with Ringers and Encourage Amateur Sport A A f 4, FALCONS IN TORONTO'tODAY 4 TORONTO. March of Winnipeg, bo !u tho finals with University'of Toronto for the Allan blematic of the Ruiatetir-hock- ey cb amp Ion chip of expected in Toronto about noon today. The first of the' two games will be Saturday ulglit and the final on iMondav uight. A A RAYMOND, Own March With the through ou 'Holmes, but tho Seattle man cleared brilliantly. The ice fie- came very slushy and the players could not steady themselves for shoot- Captain Gerard made the most bril- liant rush of the night from his own goal, beating Holmes. Benedict Stop- ped'a hot one, but the puck got avray. Two Seattle men, In their eagerness fcr a goal, missed the rubber and their last chance of tho nteht escaped. Walker played all'over ihe ice, his j work beinx .outstanding. A face-off occurred nfcar the Seattle goal and Xighbor followed through and beat Holmes. On it is clearly demonstrat- ed the Ottawas have the edge( on tba western champSojis. Mauagor Muldoon "is confideut that on hard surface-1 his team will make a belter showing. He ,is forward lo ganio or games on artificial ice I in Toronto, j First, Ottawa, Darriigh, 14 minutes. i Ffccond score. I Third period, 'i, Ottawa. Gerard, 6 jininuteE; y, Ottawa, Nighbor, 13.65. I Smeaton. Dow and J. Wallace.- Walker anil Fred Uemsnnr. Larkin. 3 tnlnutes; Kcaltle unsavory tasto of the Raymond-Brown- iug farce still on their .tongues the sport fans are quite led-up on basket- ball for the season, atid'wllh the com- ing ui-spring" comes the hankering for tbe grand old game; of- Varsity To Meet Falcons Defeat Sudbury Winning Right to Go Into Allan Cup Finals March rearty lovers of the sphern and mitt i 0( T0ronto h5ckcy team earned Ih may tie seen warming-up aboiit town. to renrescnt I lu fact, baseball is the live -issue. !u sport circles. The possibililies speedy team here for Ihe coming arc good. Several nev; playerj. with classy, re- cords are in sight and, rearin' to go. TKe breath of spring se'nds '.heir Yan- kee blood au.l tney lon through fheir'vcins for the. feel of. the dia- mond; and the from tbe But Raymond want's purely amateur ball. None of this high-brow, bank- rupting stuff here. Raymond fans like sport lor sport's sake, and Raymond stands to a man behind an' amateur team. Raymond can put a good, strong amateur team in the field 'this' year, but Ihey are not ni. all attracted: by the glamor of the crev.' pulling down fancy prices. Wo may be a bit old- fashioned and narrow-ganged, but say, boys, this old town wlU talk-business it you'll stay to earth. The chances are that some of our neighboring towns that last year tasted the sweets of professional ball waking up later to find the taste a oilier, lingering one, will also approve of an amateur league. .Any town will support n home tearm. composed of home boys, boys you meet every day in business, boys you've knoivn since j right to represent the east in the fin als of the Allau cup series againE the Falcoas- of Wtunipegr, here Sa' urday and th.e foltowiog Monday, .b defeating the. Sildbury tow to three tonight in'a game .that wen nto overtime play. The game, Hk the first one, won a game, it was de- cided to play another. ELECTRIC WELDING Wo hare' the most up to data welding shop in Southern Al- herta. "WV- have, an Acetylene welding and cutting equipment nnd one of tho Canadian nl Elcctrio'B. Inrgctt elcctrk welding plantB, enabling 113 lo do good work and. at u nmch lower price. Lawford Welding Co, 2nd Ave.r t-ethbrtdge Hotel Rhone 1544 CITY TAXI SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT; Phone 1856, Office 409 3rrf Ave. S., Lethbrldge, Alberta Ride In a McLauglillri' Special, ft co9t3 no more. Jack Hill Jack HolilDBSWcrth LETHBRIDGE TAXI FOURTH AVE. OF PALACE CONFECTIONERY. 24 HOUR SERVICE PHONE 664 These fans spoke with a certainty rib out their deslrfi of seeing this Brltfsh team when they subscrib- ed the neceisary deposit within, a few days and at a time when more than one thousand dollars was raised to wnd the Veterans to Winnipeg. Betting tlio first three liorses in the Lincolnshire Handicap ycsler-! day KurJoiiR, 33 to 1; iJcat-1 woll, 20 to I, and Mcntcllli, 0 lo i. VETERANS TRYING TO GET CARPENTIER TO MEET BROSSEAU ft TOKONTO. Mardi The jjublisltos n special patch frum WinJsor, Out., lo the effect that have been begun by Ariuy EtnU Navy Veterans of Windsor to secure (in option for (he flral appearance in Canada of Otorgca Carpcutlcr, chnlton- scr for Uomi'scy's If plans materialize. It. Is expect- j -C- oil ihal Carpenticr will figlit v Kugonc BroBseau. of Montreal, at WiiuJsor some time in July. We Have-Installed Full Equip men.t for Repairing AUTOMOBILE RADIATORS Can handle-' all riiakca of Expert Work FREEL ELLIOTT Shset 336 6th St. South 'Phone 1713 OTT AUTO LIVERY Special Service on Country Trips Plionet 787 Reiidtnce 1211 Twenty-nine hor-ies ran in the colnshlrc Handicap yesterday. OLD.COUNTRY FOOTBALL LONDON, March Canadian Associated Scottish Lea- gue gamo today between Clyde anil i-Ilydcbank resulted In a win lor the luiier club by 2 to 0 V THE NORTH LETHBRIDGE FOOTBALL CLUB WILL HOt-0 h WHIST DRIVE and DUNCE IN BURGMANN'S HALL, FRIDAY, MARCH AdmlMlon JL25 (Sinolt) >I.OO Cards, 8.00 to 10.30; Dancing 11.06 to 2M, The Most Popular Recreation Dominion Bowling Alleys Entrance on ;