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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX ffilDAY, MARCH .26, Id Gasoline BRINGING UP FA1 s up But the CaniidlVn Ga vlij DSTl'cc Saves 30 Pet .Ctnt. of it XCXJR WAK HOME Fit all models ot cars and Why not investi- gate. Mechanical Garage COR. 4TH AVE. 3RD ST. 1 PHONE BIG WEEK H WORLD OF c- PRINCE OF WALES PRESENTS CUP TO N YACHT Ci-Ut Declares Varsity Not Members of Hockey Association and Not Eligible TORONTO, March of the Sudbury team left for home yester- spito of the "bombshell" which Bill Betlschen, of Regina, sec- retary of tho Canadian Amateur Hoc- NEW YORK, March Ttic N'c-'v York Yacht Club hi-itl a moetinK last night at which the secretary said thai, a lame silver cup had beea received Prince of Wales a few days ago, and that a letter had arrived yesterday announc- ing tho gift to the club as a token of. the esteem of the Priuce. Play Third Game In Ottawa Sat. I OTTAWA, March decision I i nnron fit Several Important- Events Are Will End nnd Races Start March 25. (Canadian is one of the big weeks of old country sport, for besides tho ultuinating interest of. lift football ireua, the flat racing season opened Monday at Lincoln; Iho Grand Na- tional, acclaimed tho greatest horse- race in the world, is. run at Liverpool n Friday and on Saturday, the slug- gish waters of the Thames will see a renewal ot tho historic struggle be- tween dark and light iiluo. Easter falling fairly early has put the boat race ahead ot Us usual time, and it Is seldom that it is rowed in the same week as {ho Grand National. The dato of the great cross-country rac-o at Aintree Is itself set by the opening of the flat racing season. For more than-halt a century the flat racing season has begun ct Lin- coin ''In the week that includes March Calgary dHt not fiflure Leth- fcrlcige In the running for the of the world cf province. Recently a Calgary announced thit Edmonton and Calgary would meet for the championship of the province. Lethbrldge wants two provincial In Al- berta this year and the basketball .honors will msko up the deilres. Football It going to be strong in Lelhbridge this year. Although North Lethbridge United ars hav- ing some trouble filling up their ranks all the other teams, accord- ing 'tot have lined up strong pbyert. St. have been lite In getting started but nevertheless many of their, old have answered the cil! and they considered to be In the running. The along vfth the Veterans are shrouded with mys- tery. Reports have been current to the effect that the will open a.surprise package yet. Per- haps this Is the reason for all the silence. oril P J that T, HI n TJ I played on hard ice, bntj Secretary Hew tl, of the O. Ii b j (he Of the players.; and Claude, Robinson, of the Allan wnilc no thought' said that tho inter-col-. wic on B banl Icglate league had paid its dues after, wiliH- to abide by their de- being out during the war and was Ion hona fide member ot the association j magnate said, further games are necessary. our team will win, shall bo played on j included in the draw that was mado, last-spring. This draw, according these officials, was duly approved by Mr. NO DECISION FIGHT GHA'XD RAPIDS. Mich.. March Jlasou, flyweight champion of America, shaded Solly Epstein, ot Indianapolis, in a ID-round no-decision fight here last night, in Ihe opinion of a majorlly o[ 'newspaper critics. hard Ice." There is hope that a cold spell of sufficient; intensity will Intervene tween now and Saturday to allow of good ire. Ottawas go into the third decided favorites. A special scraper is being nut on Iho ice today and several inches ot ice will be shaved off the surface. Saturday's game will he played un- A Trifle Early early in the season the class of racing seen at Lincoln is of I no very high standard. Owners are re-1 luctanl to run horses still green after the winter lay-off, hut somo very good filiorl is nevertheless provided. The Lincolnshire hnudtaiiv run Thursday, j the 'first handicap of the racing season is au historic fixture. The handicap was a particularly good one, no far as I advance betting goes, and there is no j redhot favorites. The Betting Sir George Noble's Brntibridge, a very successful two-year-old last sea- son, got iu welt on the weights, and w'ilh James White's colt Berkeley stands favorite S to 1 against, Mon- telth for a time lopVed Ihe market, hut being reported off in his training went back to longer udda, but is now quoted at 0 to 1. Scntwell, lioyul Bucks and Violin- cello aro Quoted at 100 lo ft, Paraguay IS to 1, Danegalt 20 to 1, Ample 2S to 1. and Dromle ZS lo 1. The Lincoln- shire usually produces a big -field and there U always a biB turnout of the racing public. Ottawa, if they at the Arena in Toronto will have lo show more skiJJ and speed than they have evi- dently exhibited .111. tie their home the Qiften City they will be called oh to play on fast ice. That will meat. Look out for the Pacific chnwufons then. price ot a admission above She'usual fifty and two-bit ijeerau lo be meet- ing the fancy of other teams IB the Western Canada 'League. Regtsa. is talking about same. Increas- ed wages to players and the raising of the standard oUhe league are" the nnd fiat racing -baii. opened. This is a big week in England. Old country football Is drawing to a close anh flat racing hns opened. The historic straggle between the dark and light blue will be staged on tho sluggish waters of the Thames as a counter attraction to the races. Officers Elected for Miato Cup Third Team This Year VANCOUVER, March ver and New Westminster "profes- sional lacrosse teams will open the seawn on Saturday, 'May 15. This dato was died at tho annual meeting ot the British Columbia Lacrosse as- sociation held recently, at the Hotel Vancouver attended by repre- sentatives ot the two mainland teams. As previously announced the nlan to include a" third club hv.the'1920 cir- cuit his dropped and the old ri- vals .will continue to ua'ttlo for the Mlnto cap. Officers were elected follows Honorary president, Hon. John Oil- president, P. J. Burd, Vancouver Tlce-president. ,Nels Nelson, New Westminster Ire-elect- secretary-treasurer, F. J. Lynch, Now Westminster. Executive committee: Messrs. C. MuHoon, The Wise Men of the East That Collar Manufac- turers of the East, predict that 7CI per cent, of the collars worn this year will be of the soft variety.''-They are more comfortable than the stiff col- lar for summer. We carry''Tooke" soft col- lars in a large variety of styles fact -we gave standing order for'all the new'collars as 'they are turned out. We can please the most exacting in soft collars. BERTKESTER'S MEN'S SHOP THE HOME OF'20th CENTURY CLOTHING >HONE 615 ON THE CORNER Harrv Pickering, Herb" O. T-cc, Van- leani cerlainly expect couver; J. J. -Mahohey, Thomas' Oit- Alberta championship New Westminster. George Matheton, Vancouver, and :l to pull off Ihe _____ _ p this .year. The uiherihicn on the squad are: frank j j.-rascr This heat the Fred Lynch, New WcstmliiBter, were j Eclmonlnn 'y.jl.C.A. on February 27 appointed official referees, for tho j flj by a good score, BO that season, i Ihe former, handling, all (-jlc llwaj confident of, >vin In the Royal City, all Avhile Lynch will officiate in gases in this: city- The delegates discussed the queE- HOD of new rules which would serre .___ to eyeed up the game more but" defin- ite action was deferred until a later dale. Tbe.eiecutlrc committee will meet in the near future, and may make some minor changes which will add .more speed to the game. A fourteen game schedule -will be drafted by tho committee, two more games than last season being carded tor the coming race. While no defin- ite action was taken it is understood and biilld-mi der eastern rules, six men a side. A Favorite since Pioneer Davs CHEWING TOBACCO TWO SIZES be the scene that Vancouver will bo the scene of Westminster. delegates from both clubs mated that there would be several new players lineups this sea- son. Tho noyala will depend on the nmateura to furnish thorn with a cou- ple of players, while the Vancouver., will go east In search ot talent. While down. In Ottawa with the Seattle h'oc key team, Peto Muldoon intends to have a talk with several eastern per formera who have expressed a desire to come Betting Three to One Against Any Horse Safely Run- ning Course LONDON, Jiarch (By Canadian Associated Tomorrow there l.i to DO run over the famous course at Alntrec, near tho Grand N'ollonal. recognized as the most severe lest ot endurance and jumping power of any race In the world. It is the Iiluo ribbon of Btecplec'nas- ng and Its history over a long period of years la replete with the names of uiftny heroes of cross-counlry racing. The course Is over a very stiff coun- Iry, buttressed by formidable obsta- cles, Including imturol water Jumps Calgary Wants Basketball Honors ANDY CAN FIX ANY RADIATOR TROUBLE; TORONTO, March 1'Kllcss game Toronto Canoe defeated Solklrks of Mimt tota tonight by a score of 6 to 4, in this final contest-of the O. II. A. me- morial 'ciiii.' the; Canoe Club was 10 goals to tho round, and Ih's rtrlght have been cinsldernbly in- crcuei1 if the local t-jjm had extend- ed IlKlt. The local? slunvsil llltlo Intciett In tho ga'no and in: handful of siifctators expressed dlcappolnl- ment ac the comparetlv.s'.V" siup.ll score., Buster Caton. after acting up last year, has signed a new contract with the Piltsburg Club and hopes to win n regular infield berth. j SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Phone 1856, Office