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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK SIX THE1 LETimwnCE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY. 27, 192C .BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus Gasoline WUR But the. Cantiftn Git Strict Derlco Per Ceat, YwGwKM Fit all models and liva.ot and tractors. Why not IsvMtt- Mechanical Garage COR. 4TH AVE. A S. OLYMPIC TEAM TO 1 WEAR OLD COLO .3..j. .j. C. P. R. FOOTBALL MEETING Ail Interested lu forma- tlon of a C. P. R. Football Club and putting a (earn in tlio City Soccer League are urged to attend an organization meet- ing in the C. P. R. freight sheds cm 'Monday evening at S o'clock. TORONTO, LMarcli in- terest attaches to Iho hockey games to be played here oo Saturday anjl Monday nights between Winnipeg Fal- cons and the Toronto University team. People wore lined up all night in front or (he arena to' buy tickets tor these games. LARGEST ENTRY OF HISTORY IN7 NATIONAL TENNIS TOURNAMENT Carpeniier PugdeLuxe Blows N. Y. Wii'n Valetj 100 Silk Shirts, 75 Suite and Other Personal Adornment Startling Gothamites TORONTO, March hockey team represents the Olympic games will coiorcd jerseys of old sold and black. Across tbe breast the uanio "Canada" will be woven and on the back there will bo a large maplo leaf. C. S. T. Bigelow, Welterweight of Regina, Beats .Capt. S. MacKenzie Sgt. Bnlman, Winnipeg, Defeats Oipt. Sinclair of Edmonton In Two Rounds No British Soccer Team For Canada 'NEW "YORK, March on -M. and .Mruei Georges Carpentier became convinced yesterday that the French, champion is a prizefighter do XEW Y01IK, March men's luie. Their Slower-filled, sumptuous- ualioml indoor tennis championship _ tournament which begins hers-next 'Saturday, has an entry iiat of 73, one of the largest in its history. Vincent Ri.-haniG will defcM his singles title. William Tiliien. H., Frank Ander- son. S. Howard Bam Hardy at-California, and J. li. Fenn, of Bos- ion, are amnn? the entrants. Fred Touey reported at' San An- tonio 22o pcuads, which was ten po'.liids lighter, he says, than he weighed most of the winter. Toney cxp'.ained that whilo out hunting in Tennessee one bo was taken for vi government agent by moonshiners. They were to put him off watch when ho explained who he was. "1 sweet' off ten pounds iiof.ire they let me says tbe pitcher of the Giants. ly fnrnished Eli rooms constitute the best suite'in one of the-city's newest and best hotels.; From France they brought a valet, a maid, a secretary, a manager and trainer and 35 trunks. In addition ihe natural Apollo-like giant C'nrpentier Is enabled to be a heau Brummel by the following ward- robe, according to the rJvening World. One hundred silk shirts of various stripes and dots, with collars to match. Twenty overcoats, three fur coats and one fur robe. Seventy-five suits. Seventy-five pairs of shoes. Two hundred neckties. The wardrobe has been found to be insufficient for American purposes and Carpeniier is rapidly increasing it by visits to Fifth -Vvcnue shops. KINGSTON, Ont., March Afli- letes from Western Canada figured in tbe finals of the Royal Military Col- lego hosing and wrestling bouts held yes'terday. The contests were keen, the wrestling bouts b'eing conducted on the'army method, in which-a fall was secured whenever any part of an oppOBUi.L'D Ijjdy touched the that. Boxing J C. S. T. Bigelow, Itegma. champion 1919, won from Capt. S. MacKenzio in three rounds. N. T. Bulman, Winnipeg, champion knocked oiit M. M. Sinclair, Edmonton, 1919 champion, in the second round. Wrestling C. H. E. Vroo- man, won.from O. C. .1. Brynn, Victoria, in two straight falls; j... NOBLE ARRIVES IN j? NEW YORK CITY X NEW YORK, -.March j Noble, British -featherweight pion, and his wife, Brrived, here yes- terday from Liverpool. Noble is seek- ing a match with Kllbane. LONDON, March Can- adian Con Janet IB naturally disappointed that his efforts to obtain a first-class soc- cer team to tour Canada hive -Neither Eng- land nor Scottish association can entertain ttie Idea of a 10-weeks1 trip. They uy players would certainly get stale. The secretary of the English association; however, points out that a representative team Is go- ing to South Africa this year and Australia will be visited next year. Canada's {urn therefore will come In 1922. Mr. Jones will leave London for an European trip tomorrow and will sail for Canada on April 7. i LEAVE IT ALONE (By J. S. K.) Ridpath and Risler Fight Hard But Were Not In Good Condition Dawson and Maclean Won Out By'Score of 1057 to 951; Pulled Up in Second Game In spite of height, Bobby Meusel In his third base play tor the Yankees at Jacksonville' has made a good impression, and .ho may be 'the regular on the- job yet. Mario PeVItalis, rookie pitcher with the New York We get lots of sweet nothings pour- cd In our ears as we stride along from one piece of work to another. (Cheers.) One of the latest is that Letlibndgo go out .into tho baseball marts of. the world-and buy herself a, couple real baseball othsr words that this town indulge In some semi-professional ball, so as to give Barons, .Champion and Vulcan, nrt those other-l ankees, cnaEe go cities a real nortb has one claim to fame.; In a vpractlce i thc snow Sh0velled'off tlie one' walk Dabe had struck out this ycar-n'rid-he shattered the air when Ite'swung and missed. V. Quality, In the final game of the first round of ihe bowling tournament held in the Dominion Alleys last, night between Itisler and nidpatli vs. Dawson and MacLean, the Jailer came out on top with 103 pins to the good, for the three1 games. Below Is tbe'score: Ridpath...... 1T9 157 (SO Risler........ 162 405 BLUE SERGE SUITS Are Very scarce. .We feel' very lucky in having the large stock we are showing. No need to be'doubtful in buying one of our Blue Serges. We guarantee the colors. Some natty styles in young men's models on display n.ow. All the new- est features brought out by fashion for the "nifty" dresser. Priced from to BERT KESTER'S MEN'S SHOP THE HOME OF ALEXANDRA HOTEL-BLOCK PHONE 615 ON THE CORNER Total say why. First OK the bat we macio no apology (or sticking in our gib on baseball. have Nved in this burg all our lite- thai is so mud) of ft "as we have lived so have seen baseball in all. Its ten anrl professional. We are 'one. ol those Indispensable .quantities that makes iB the common garden Tarioty of in as im- portant in baseball as the horsehlde sphere itself. Well we admit'we. arc a fan. One of the guys to-be pleased. If we ever missed a baseball game in this city it was bocause.lho only guy working was the man issuing rain be. perfectly truthiu' we missed some the year of J9iS. They wore so jiunk we lad n sick headache after every game ind on tne DOC'B advice we stayed away and wo didn't miss nothing, not even hose- ball bocauso you couldn't'call it. that. But Ibis year the back and it looks like there might he soma reaV baseball played. Now we can't hive professional nail, no more than I can Handler- Pago Bomber and what we want to rise for out text is that ran'l af- ford scnilp'ro-ball in this Not because tbe exchange Is ao hard agninstus when dealing with Spokane and Seattle and those-other outposts of civilization necanse If the worst come lo (he worst I guess we could bear dp under the nick in Iho com- munity roll well as Banms or oven Champion, Hut, because with one, ac- revival of sport in this city wbicn the uVAvA. Is so much ac- for, In all liucs, was for .lite purpose OL s'.ir.on pure- ''.ruatcnr endea- vor. For Ibo building up of the youngslm In this city to be regular Kuya in the Uuc meaning of Iho wbrd. Tbo success Imp been wonderful. Take hockey ami basketball for example Horn? brew M per cent, pure chan-pk.ns, Ihe otlier 3-10 will bj aiW- l filf-erVs crew pliiy skijlb.ili i its admitted ipal wo have served with srjmo awful cold'dishes hnaehnll in Hie past, but sure Dawson....... 163 MacLeau Io7 Total tho most, we have seen coining to burgs like tins talk about all girls as lime lies BO idle on their hands that they are not always tired enough to go to bed when other folks hit the hay, and their, employers are always eincctlng and are not often disappointed in the thing described as double cross. 1 However wbat wo want to say large- ly -Is that if you want to uproot the good work done to your pro's. If you want home, town regu- lar fellows to play your baseball be- fore appreciative crowds stick to your amateurs and support them. ,'Just remember Honk's'-Savages, Off bye gone days. There is lots of cocky opposition in Raymond, Magrath and Cardston, were borne brew baseball is -second nature. Possibly there was nothing in the this may be so much waste effort. But me-sleeve are all liet waiting for'tbo season to start. We want to sit on these hard boards and boiler "Let's go" and hear George Fleming and Doc Gallivan and tbo rest of the bunch pull .their linca, but listen if its semi-pro we don't go there now. We'll bite 6ft our nose to spite our face and drown our sor- rows In Henderson lake along with our. usual contribution of four dozen golf balls per scaaou. Yours for Home IJrew Baseball this Annual Meeting to Appoint Permanent Greenkeeper plorithlp, the score being 59 to 21. Saskatoon's lighter team had little chance against the aggres- style of the Moose Jaw play- ers, who also exhibited superior combination and more accurate shooting, Sport Notes BRITTON.WON O 'Mari.h Drltton vcltci weight chanpion, won the .neviSD.jpcr decision Bryan Downey of: Coiumlius, in a 10-round last nighlj--Brltton won six rounds; 'Dbwne.v Von Hhreo'.and one was even. cm tAiii SERVICE DAY.'AND N1GMT rhonc 1856, Office 409 3rd Ave. 3., Lethbrldgc, Alberta Ride in u .McLaiighlln .Special. M cojts no more. 1 'Jack Hill Hollingsworth LETHBRIDGE TAXI FOURTH AVE. S, REAR OF PALACE CONFECTIONERY. 24 HOUR SERVICE PHONE 664 410 FIFTH STREET .Jack r'onrnler, first baseman of the was ton days laic In. re- porting. He spent a solid week on trains, jltic to llc-upn caused by bliz- zards, floods and such. Gtivvy Cravath bis third base candidate, llulph Miller, this Kort Wnynri sotnf-pro. looks like lldnii Wagner. If there is In looks ail righl, but there isn't alwuys is. llugh go: gout or yorno-- thinj; In Tiis rlsjlit during t.h') win-1 U'f ami Jial to fight off tho WlliV Williitil If, llln tOU. III.', j fnut Is iill right now, loi! iind all. (Inn nf prolileuiH ELECTRIC 1 h'ave the .most up to date 'weldiHg 'fiiop 'In' Southern Al- berta. Wo: N'UVO Acetykme weldlug .and cuiltng enuipmaii! and one of the al BlectYic'S hrges'l cleelrtu w.elding planls, enabling us lo do good work ftml at a lower jirlco. Lawford Welding Cct. 2nd Ave.; Opp. Lethbrldge Hotel Phone 1M4 iezst< OnAUTOVERY 'Special Service on Trips Phonei Residence '1210 ly a lesion linn been'Itarnnrl. If we will bs to pliA'lils soutupasr pitchers. tare a- 1'vigitc have it srairll ennugli I He hits five left-handers on the any X teams, F.O as there will bo real I er and can't tarry them nil. Oenorn! baseball played. H will akin semi-1 opinion is .Takey May will be one to get Hit gate. Cincinnati'settled down to Its inary calm on March 9, when Heinle Oroh decided to holding out and signed, his contract. The salary ho gets was not slslwl, bit it will not Iwi let's tban ilD.OM the season. pro stuff II ways from tbo If necessary, for outaldo stuff pEck'lhc beat for a town team after the ex- implo of Ihe hockey league. We are here lo tell you folks that is bad biiKine3H--not thai Ihe fra'i thcnisolvcj are all bid. nauuhtv Have Installed a Full Equip, men! for Repairing Can hnndls all makes ol Expert Hot Air Furnace Work FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet Metal 339 Soufh. Phona 1713 TheMostPopular Recreation Dominion Bowling Alleys Dominion Bldj- Entrnnco on Slitb Street. ;