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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE STX THE IJFmBRTOOB DAILY HERALD 1 i SATl'HDAV. MAHCH 26, 192t BRMG UP FATHER I IT'S LOCXL.'V fOU OIOTT HNve WAV ONE _ .HHWE- 00 LOOKED UP HERE I WOULD I COULD 1 HEARO TA-LKINC TO ONE. WELL-I HANE THERE ONE IN HERE- r- WHY NOT BRING HER HERE your wife noon a-shop- ping she probably hasn't time to return homo (of her luncheon and nuturally to mako evi'vy minute fount. She will utivo tlini! and at tna umo time cat quality '.lie kind of food that Is aceuu- lomed to have at it you brine her to the SILVER GRILL IMT'L FWTUIM WDVIGI Senators Come Back Strong And Win From Vancouver By 4 to 3 Score Was 3-2 1'or Coast Lea-'we: gucrs in First Period- Skinner's Absence Fell ARENA. VANCOUVER. B. C.. Mar. (Canadian tho Arena hero tonight for the second game ot the world's series .10.000 tans the Ottawa Senators defeat Van- couver Millionaires by a hard won ecore of 4 to 3. were mcky anil dangcrou? all the time. They went through the P. f- i II. A. champions defense like sunlight j through glass. "Basle Kyf" Lehman sfiVL-u iiis from hopelessly outclassed by a remarkable t'xhib. tion. practically playing the whole __ j Ottawa team single handed. This pei tod was not tlio. goal geltm; vim- t ot thc'nago. the !irst was. Vancouver repeatedly to penetrate the and two man PARADOXES Great is the sun. We love geous rays. gor- got the b face off and tent in a long shot, oil; tried ,._.... Lchnnn who saved easily. Duncan; Ottawa defctue with one and two man vve fairly revel in its generous glaze, nicked up the disc am! "skated into j rushes but On tho other band.- Eut 01) cach there is always Ottawa territorv. Gerard checked, although the Millionaires were liiyinK him as he appeared dangerous.; back on defensive, the Senators re- He qu'ckly retrieved the puck and peatedly got through. After l'J.4 p acain went through with Harris in' minutes play, Durragh Deiu tlie bar-1 ;hat appeared to he a goal getting rassed Lehman for the only score of 1 ui ui: n Ottawa defense broke up the period, tyylng the tally, three an. and carried a raid Third Period l.ohmans' doorstep. Harris Vancouver came back with a re. re' i Who hates with bitterness the royal is the fielder who. must play the j.iace J Where the sun flares squarely i i face: in his ATANOIHERSMOKER JEN-HL Pres. Whitcside Was Chairman! During an Evening of Splendid Fun (From Our Own Correspondent) liar. Annual Curlers' Smoker was an unqualified success. It was held in the Eagle's Hall on Wednesday evening and was attended by sixty followers of the broom. Dominions Take Two From Hang Up New Al- ley Record Friday wo games out Holiday Brought Many Football Guesses to Herat Saturday Morning's Mail Wa Heavy With Like Boost Again The Dominions took t coverv which forced the Ottawas s needed, and its spattering broke clear, carried the elusive ru'o of three from the Giants on Friday ber to centre and passed to J. Adams, extend President O. K. S. night on the Dominion Alleys in the the in attack and Are much desired to aid the growing sided and a great deal of the harmony City Ten-Pin League, an don Monday first game. ho went he visitors than in the shin were due to Ilia II meet The Herald Harris scored the first gnal from Jack it in for the million nd 2B seconds.! pathetic uitty, "Good night night with 221 in the third. they bade us farewell. tho period, tying the tally, three all third game, the Dominions hung up a The first nart of the program new record for the league by hitting tho presentation of the season's and there is no doubt that the easterners had much the better of the play both in attack and defence. They seemed not to hav? recovered from the re- sults of their train journey until the second period and they began to show the fans what stuff their legs are made of. The game was played with some alterations in rules from Mon- day night. The centre ice space was reduced {o 40 feet. No forward pas- sing was allowed by goal keepers and in case of penalties, a sub went on immediately. Next Monday's game will be played under the seven-man rules prevailing on the coast. First Period In the first period the Millionaires broke away with a surprising dash of lightning and took the Senatorial as well ship between wind and water, us it the Ottaw the pass from Nighbor Lelmian in 7.57. Second Period The second period showed a rever- sal of the form shown by the two teams. The only thing which saved Vancouver was the remarkable work few seconds Lehman in goal. The period was bnt old when Boucher sent the puck Vancouver's net on an off-side. The Cook plv.v remained in the Millionaires' MacXiiy area for several minutes. Boucher's jJ. Adams shoelace, and while be retired for a new one the Senators gained a goal, breaking the tie and giving them a lead which Vancouver could not overcome in the shurt time remaining, nroadbont took a pass from Cleghorn and beat Lehman in 1.00. Vancouver. Ottawa. Lehman goal Benedict defence Gerard defence Mr. shooting bothered Lehman constant-j Harris lyi Gerard was constantly away from his defense centre forward forward NiKhlim- Nov.- is the season when the big lea- gue ballplayer, seeking diversion at the southern burg, starts a (lame at the local poolroom, and finds that the native sons can beat him. because they know all the balls by their shapes. What's wrong with wrestling'.' That es. The premier honor came i (he McGillivray Cup. accompanied by 1 a set of stag-handled carvers. Gabino, McCormick, Scott and Beck, skip, are the holders ot the cup for the season. Three local bonspiels were held dur- ing the year. .This made quite an Watch Monday's Paper For Prize Money breaking} First Period: 1, Vancouver. Harris i query lias been asked a thousand iwav from his defense- position, from Adams. 1.29. 2, Vancouver. J.jtimek. and the answer is easy; both where he intercepted the home club's Adams from Mar-Kay, .32. 3, Ottawa, the fellows who do the wrestling and, rushes and showed he eonid attack Doucher. ii.04. 4. Vancouver, Duncan, the fellows who boss them Inasmuch .s defend Every member of [from Harris. 2.21. Ottawa. Denonny Ils uo other sport can be taked so i-ai plaved star hockey and from Xighbor. 5.17. j neatly and easily as a wrestling Second period: li, Ottawa, Dan-agh. match, the majority of bouts are set 19.45. j and settled long before the burly Third Period: 7. Ottawa, Broad-! birds begin to squabble on the mat. bent from Cleghorn. A champion, or a fellow who ia being boosted to tho top as :i gate attraction, is never allowed to lode to a beginner. You never hear, in wrestling, of the 'sudden the startling victories. j of unknown youths, that make hosing uncertain. thrilling, fascinating. Wrestling is played to order. And when two champions finally get to- gether, and actually go to it on the level brutalities such as boxers never Coupon must be cut along dotted line GENTRY FORM I GAMES PLAYE.D APRIL 2ND FIRST DIVISION IAstiin Villa vs. Middlesboro. Burnley vs. Manchester City. Chelsea vs. Bradford City I Liverpool vs. Blackburn R. SECOND DIVISION (Clapton Or. vs. Stoke. Hull City v can play around, .il li.-iiui'. will, killps anil i. with jacks and yces, un- blooey laws come. til th GREAT DOMES St. Cathedral, CONFIRMATION OF SOCCER RESULTS f'otifirmation of the tele- graphic results of the games played on Feb. 26th nucl March .Mb have been received by tho Herald. Then! are no correct- ions, und cheques won by win- lieis iif'ihe Herald football con- tost for these two dates will bu mailed immediately. 410 FIFTH STRECT Benjamin Franklin's. Si. Paul's in London. Tom Kdihon's. MorningHido Cathedral York. Football was practically out of thr question for the. scheduled of Go'od Friday, owing to the weather. Snow fell in the morning and caused a postponement of the fixture. The Vets vs. the Rest. The game in the afternoon was pulled off according to schedule, however, although the win- try elements made it very uncomfort- able both for players and spectators alike. The first half was a blank, with the Miners having the benefit of; the wind which blew from the north j end. Shortly after the commence- ment of the second half the "Blues got the lone tally of the itaniH, scorins from a penalty. Just after, the game was called owing to a snow storm, and so nnilcd the firiit game of tho season. The new bleachers were used, and are a. decided acquisition, and should make the game much better for spec- tators. Dressing rooms are also pro- vided for the use of the players. North LethbrldRo had several of their old players out for the game, while Billy White in his old Tiosition at centre half. They had also a prom- ising youngster in tho centre forward position Tfeclr eleven vil! be. worth watching when the leagijo schedule i opens. There wore several new faces 01 tho Miners line-up, and judging by th display of somn of the new arrival will not occupy the cellar position thi season. Some of the new talent tyed renl clever soccer, parli'-nlariv 1 Copyright National Ncwspa.oor Service Be Sure It's a Willard Battery Make sure of that, and you're sure of full value tot every battery dollar. The Willard Threaded Rub- ber Battery brings added sav- ings because it does away with wood-separator replacement ex- pense. Threaded Rubber Insu- lation outlasts thc plates. It doesn't warp, puncture, carbon- ize or cracU. We're headquarters for the Willard Threaded Rubber Bat- tery. We give authorized Wil- lard Service. Drh'e around. Let's get acquainted. SCARLETT SERVICE STATION 311 7TH ST. SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. PHONE 616. Iho inside right-buck. right, i entre-hair. It would be well for of. (he nthoi- city elevcmi not to lake the Miners too this season. Jimmy Giirr was back again on the job as referee, and made :i sowl im- pression In the Initial game. Wil Batteries ;