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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE urTHBRlDClB DAILY HERALD MONDAY, MARCH 28, 1921 BRINGING UP FATHER '0tt Urlug hnr to the SILVtR GRILL PFOOJBALLIN AlMIAISWMOFllMS the football world as the Crow's Nest country contain? pome ex- celleut football material. The Officers Colonel Peai'kes, of Calgary is presi- dent of the Alberta Football Associa- tion for the coming season. Thomas JLmigworth, of Lethbridge is vice-presi1 dent and Arthur of. Calgary ix The executive committee is composed of Messrs. Stnail and Hill, of Edmonton and J. Ritchie Patterson of Lethbririge. The Honorary President is Alexander Liv- ingstone, of .Edmonton and the Hon- orary Vice-Presidents arc: W. A. Ir- win. Edmonton: E. G. Pescod, Cal- gary; Huisley, oi Lloy dm iuster; Dr. Calearv Elected President Of i saUsfactorv" Judgment "First 'of" all a I A- Uamman, of Taber, and Joe Lee.j be considered by the of Lethbridge. One will he appoint- for Medicine Hat as soon as the 'footballers of that city announce who Crow's Nest League Likely to Protests will be handled by the as- Ppnrkpc nf i Fearkes ol sociation in the event of tha league executives not being able to render u THIS SPOnTl.VT. I.IKK FAMOUS PENS Pig. Bull. Fountain. Quill. Penitentiary. Pennsylvania. A. F. A. at Annual jnd upm Here On Should this judgment not meet with. Longworth is Vice-President.j'1" of the teams concerned to have placed m tho 'then the protest can be carried to The delegates present nt the meet- ling were: Col. Pearkes, Messrs. Wil- This body wn.ilrt then pass on tho Board of Trade room? and tli? after-1 cial body hope to come in closer con- noon session in the club rooms of the tact with the actual conduct of the I game and with the teams in the prov- TV'. V. A. Ths association this year will try Jo bring football back to the standing incs. Plans were also made for raisin? H had before the war. Since the for the conducting of the biisi- mencement of the war the playing I ness of the association. In the case material has been so depleted that in- terest in football fell to almost noth- ing. The past year, however, saw c games where the gates are not split j between the teams a tax of ten per; rent, will be levied by the association. in some centres, particularly] Such games, it is thought, would be in Lathbridgo and this year it is the I international ones, when two teams Iiope of the association to see other centres as alive to football as Leth- wonld not be composed the same as the regular league teams. bridge. Crow'i Nest Coming Letbbridge has been taking a The association will be larger in its ing part in the football of the scope this year. Assurance has been ince. insofar as patronizing this sport [Riven (hat Lloydminster, Red Deer 1s concerned. Calgary have shown more interest in the g: than during tho war but fans dlii of the provincial body last y turn out in such great numbers they did in Lethbridge. More Active Part Dode the ballplayer, re- cently gained glory by rescuing flock gf children from burning building. Dode be given a med- al for extinguished service. HORRIBLE THINGS Girls' goloshes. Fuzzy fedoras. Some foreign policies. Cubist pictures. Pitchers' batting averages. Most rouge-and-powder enaenablef One good thing about prohibition: and Edmonton j and Medicine Hat will affiliate with it. in the game These are that wurs not mc-ru- Cvclonc Tavlor Will Start at Ithe Eellows that usetl to bf; "the Iife ctni Ithe Party" are (iuiet now- A more active part will be taken by the association in tho individual lea- gues of the province during the com- ing summer. Plans were made at the meeting Saturday tending to this end. The sky seems bright also for the obtaining ot the Crow's Nest League this year. Previously this league Still Out of it VANCOUVER. Mar. under the Pacific coast hockey auso- threw in its lot with a Brilish Colum- cjation code Vancouver's are expect- bia body but now the provincial of-, to have ,he oa champions ot ficials expect that the Crow footballers will return to their own province. That would be quite an acquisition for the east in the third game of the Stanley JANGLING JINGLES "I'm strong for war." the rookie said. I With dowucast look; ,and drooping "For over there in baftUnR France, There was, at least, a fighting chance! I'd rather, once more, .storm a trench, series, scheduled for Than roost forever on the THIS WEEK 315.00 1st Prize 2nd Prize 3rd Prize Booby Prize Coupon must be cut alonn dottad line RULES GOVERNING THE COMPE- TITION ARE A3 FOLLOWS: I ENTRY FORM I I GAMES PLAYED APRIL 2ND FIRST DIVISION Aston Villa vs. Middlesboro. Burnley vs. Manchester City. Chelsea vs. Bradford City Liverpool vs. Blackburn R. SECOND DIVISION Clapton Or. vs. Stoke. Hull City vs. Blackpool. THIRD DIVISION Exeter vs. Luton. Merthyr vs. Reading. Millwall vs. Swansea. Plymouth vs. Southampton. SCOTTISH LEAGUE Albion Rovers vs. Dundee. Celtic vs. Dumbarton. Hamilton vs. Falkirk. Third Lanark vs. Motherwell. IJ enter tha Herald Football Com- petition in accordance with tho rules aud conditions announced I above, and agree to accept the puh- lished decision as final and loyally I signed Addrtis 1 The competition will be called Tha Football Competition. 2. Competitors will lift entitled to na niuny entries as they desiro. provided I elf on'ry Is accompanied by tweru; rivu teuts. and coupons lo the uuta- ti-r of eutries. m S Competitors must cross out IZ names of the dubs they think w.ll and cross uut tha names o( tutu If they consider a draw will result. ,O i. Coupons can only be secured from U the Snorting of Tho Herald. Ai! mtmlrs received will it- Mirned in The amount anil IO r.'imbers nf prizrs will be publi-sbed Q "vnry Monday morning for that week a P.csulta of competitions v.'HI publisbftfl every "Wednesday anrl on receipt of let'." NCWP. r-fn-nA or third JJU, 1 immpfll'-itely rnnfirmntirin bv the At r, Tn lh" in-': iliviil-'l :un> in- rirtu Il ilrlrftssed to H Competition. The Sporting Editor's decision will final. of Horata are 7.-.irred from' tho competition. Monday night. Local fans are confi- dent the Millionaires will take the H lead in ihe race for the vrcrM's pionship. Kach team iias won a game. The Senators, however, will have a e was an outfield wonder. And a grin o'erspread his face. As he trotted in, just for a whirl, On the path at second base! pretty fair seven-man team in action nut happiness was fleeting. Monday and tlielr ppeed wiU keep the Pacific coast league's standard hear- ers travelling. Betting today was 10 .to 7 on the coast champions. lu Thursday's match the Caps carried their long end of. the odds. Vancouver will probably start Cy Taylor at cen- And he lost hia joyous grin, When a whizzing bounder took liim On his darliug little shin! Said the Shortstop to the Catcher, I "1 can't quite make out the Suppose -we change the programme, Reds Bring Oat Four New Faces ni ot Expect lo Have as Strong Team As Last Year Jock Ander- son Not Likely to Play Four new players hiTe already made their appearance with the Frag- ments of France football team this year. From the play on Good Friday afternoon in Coalhurst It looks as if the Fragments are going to be lust as strong as ever. They did not have out the team they expect 13 their regular one for this particular match hut nevertheless the team made a creditable showing for'the first game of the season for them. Thompson, who played last year with the Calliea was on the forward line. King, a new man was right half anil Hunter, another new man was left half. In Kemp, tormerly of Blair- more and Vancouver, who was in tho back division, the Fragments are placing considerable reliance. Kemp has come to Lethbrldge with a good reputation as football player. He will be taking the place of an excellent man. Jock Anderson. Tt is not expected Jock will be In harness this year. His leg troubled him con- siderably last year and following the Injury he received to It in tho late fall, conditions, for a long time, -were such that it would not be advisable, so he thought, to again go into foot- ball at all strenuously. Kemp was on the lino, with Bate- man and in Good Friday's game they worked well together. Billy Unning was- the hero of the game, scoring tho only two counts, aad making it a win for the Heds. The ball-back line was made up oi' Campbell, King and Hunter and the forwards were Mc- Clukie, Thompson, W. Llnuing, Davy Allan and H. Linuing. tre in Monday nights game. the 3ignai3 shall De mlgn! Skinner is still confined to the liospi-1 It the new BChsme works, old fellow, tal, and it la doubtful if he will be m Then I'll take you out to i the next game. Officials oi the club _____ figure ou Taylor, Jack Adams and Harris on the forward line, with Me Kay at rover. Ottawa players arc con- rident they can win at seven-man hockey Just the same as under tho six-man code. They will havo Clog- horn at rover. "The rules will puzzle us. of courser hut a gond hockoy team neml never worry about a few chang- es in tho code. will have our pluy- crs fit und expect to win by a good one of the Ottawa officials stated today, iloth teams are working out today. BASEBALL FANS AT TABER LOOKING OVER MATERIAL FOR A TEAM (From Our Own Correspondent) TAUER, Mar. the return nf Hoy Lee and Mrs. from Cali- fornia on Tuesday, interest in base- ball matters is to rise and u 1'aiv amount of new matt-rial is in sight for a of the ball team. Just at pmsent you can hardly talk baseball till the boys find out what Lloyd Cook is IIOIIIK to do to the OUawas. but a meeting will bo held in the near future to (liscliss prospects ai. least. The Fair board having decid- ed on a June celebration, want a "game. SUCCESSFUL YEAR HEAD OF W. C. LEAGUE W1XXIPEG, Mar. meeting of the Western Canada baseball lea- Sue is being held In Winnipeg today for tho purpose of completing ninny (Uitjul.s in connection with the open- ing or Ilif: early in May. Hresi- ui' i'Mwonton, Lethbridoe Heralds for sale by our newsboys in all cities and towns and 10. Although it -was hoped the mirk would be reached for this week the prize money, as it stands, is well worth investing twenty-live cents for a chance to win it. Don't leave off marking your coupons until too late. Owing to a mistake on Saturday two games will he cancelled in this week's coupon and there will be four- teen games instead of sluteeu. Port Vale was drawn against Leicester; and as this wss wrong the two games concerned have been deleted. HOT SPARKS From (he Training Camps Indians End Training Mar. 2S. The laud Indians aro prepared to end Uielr training activities at Dallas tomorrow and start on a barnstorming tour Wctlueaday, A game is scheduled with Dallas today, but 11 !a doubtful if the game would bo played owing to the cold weather. Rid Sox on Move BOSTON, Mar. The Boston Americans today left their Wednesday. RED 60X TROUBLES in hia friends as '.volt. And the law, heavyweight champion of Canada. _ won from Xoe Choquettc of Montreal lust night in two straight falls, tbc first in two hours and thirteen min utes arid the second in ten minutes j flat. Both fails were secured by the' head lock. The Frenchman's style of j wrestling was crude and It was only' his great strength that enabled him time ang again lo break from gruel- won't allow you to kill them: Copyright National Newspaper Service BIG WELCOME FOR VARSITY TOHOXTO, JIar. of Toronto hockey team, Allan cup win- ners and amateur champions of Can- ada, will arrive home here this after- noon from Winnipeg and will he ac- corded one of the greatest receptions ever tendered any returning hockey champions. The students, assisted by various local sporting organizations, havo completed arrangements for tlie pranit liuitie coming. On Tuesdaj- nlglit lit" team will be tendered a ban- quct by the Sportsmen's Patriotic as- social ion. FOOTBALL ANNUAL ON TUESDAY NIGHT Tlio annual incptins ,of the ff Football club will held in tho City Mall tomorrow night at 8 o'clock. e. Co. ling holds and drag out the first fall for so long. "BLUE NOSE" LAUNCHED UT.VENBERO. M.S., Mar. decorated with flags and bunting and her freshly painted hull glistening In the morning sunshine, the Bluo Nose, a poseibh; contender for tiio Herald cup, in tiie international fishing .'JchooiHT races lo be held off Halifax no.s'fc fall, slid smoothly from her ways into Lunenberg harbor at 10 o'clock this morning. PLAY FOR BOGERT CUP TOHOXTO. Mar. 2S.--Tlii! Royal Hank lean; of Montreal, will play for (lie Ijogort cup and tho bank cham- pionship of C'an.ida with Dominion at tho arena tonight. Two guinea already havo bee" played, hut they are tied with eight goals each and tonight's will be playod to a NEW YORK. Mar. New Yorlc sport writer who has visited a number or the big 'ioagUR training camps in the past few days in a special article on Ui3 Boston Americans, outlines the dim- culties -which confront Hugh Duffy, the manager of the trade riddoled Red Sox. He says in part: "It docs not seem possible for one time cham- pion baseball team to havo much of the championship punch loft after disposing by sale and trade of such recognized surd as Babe Ruth, Carl Maya, Trls Speaker, Harry Hooper, Duffy Lewis, Jack .Barry, Larry Gard- ner and Ernie Shore. "Hugh Duffy, who has taken the job of leading the Red Sox, is hustling and struggling with a bunch of lesser lights some of whom havo not yet re- ported because of salary differences." SATURDAY EXHIBITION GAMES At Dallas, R. H. B. Cincinnati Nationals 1 B 2 Cleveland Americans n 30 0 Fisher and Win- go; lililo, Caldwell and O'Neill. At New It. H. B. New York Nationals 4 New Orleans (Southern) 0 2 2 toney and Sny- der, Gaston; Vance, Goldsmith, Hlg- gins and Deherry. At Hot U. H. E. Boston Americans 6 9 S Pittsburg Nationals ........10'15 Z Bush and Huel; Adarnn, Zinu and Lee. At Fort R. H. E. Detroit Americans "I r> 2 Fort Worth (Texas ti Itattoriea, Sutherland, Ay res and Duablor, Wooila.ll; Wach- tell, Appleton and Moore, At ,li. H. E. New York Americans ......Hi IS Brooklyn i-Jiti iuufiia Quinn and Hoff- man; Pfeffor. ItnuthiM-, Slohnrt nnd Kruoger, Taylor. iMIller. At Los II. H. K. Chicago National! ;l S Lot Angeles (.Pacific C. I..I.. 7 12 1 Freeman and O'Farrell, Froman; Lyons, Craig and Baldwin. ASBtSIt Topples the Pins for Average ol 1S1 in 36 Second The Coca Cola prize for high avor age In tho city 10-nln league goes tr W. S. Shover with an average of 1S3 for 36 games. Leask, of the Doniin ioas, also has an average of 1S1 foi 30 games, but Manager Price of tht Coca Cola company, has ruled thai the winner must have competed in a' least one game of each series In which his team took part, and therefore Leask is not eligible.' Percy' Irwlr and Maclean are tied for second with an average of 178. The averagei follow: Shover 1S1, Leask IS1, Irwin ITS Maclean ITS, Evans 17? Da-i-a 174, Sloan 174, Smith 173. nisler Schweitzer 171, Liscombe 1G8, Brings 165, Nelson 165. Freestone 164. Me Nabb 161, Hayes 160. Needs Hop per, 154. Jones Sinclair 152. Championship Game Tonight Tonight the Dominions and Heralri teams will roll oft for the city cham pionship. The result will be decided by the usual method, beat two out o: three games. The game starts at at the Dominion Alleys. FALCONS LOOK GOOD TORONTO, Mar. Mail ami Knipire has the following to say thU morning: "With the Alien cup arriving in To- ronto this afternoon, another trophy, the 0. If. A. Memorial cup, is due to depart for the west soma tima after tonighv for the Falcons witli their seven goal lead over Stratford are almost sura to -win the round anci thereby be tha first ttam to carry tits cup west. They look like one of tha beat junior teams ever seen arcuui' here." NEW YORK BOXERS WILL INVADE OTTAWA NEW YOKK, Mar. local as- sociation of the A. A. U, will send a team of boxers to Ottawa to compete in the V. M. H. A. meet there or, Springs, Ark" 31 against CanaiXan amateurs, beginning a trip through the eastr-n central states during which they will meet various minor league teams In exhibition giinii-3. Their first stop will he Memphis. Tenn., where they arc scheduled to play tomorrow ami ILLINI STADIUM WILL SEAT URBANA, III., Mar. pro posed r.oi' athletic stadium at tin University of Illinois will bo bigge; than tbi famous Yalo and wir have a seating capacity of 75.000 per sons, according to aunotincomeut to day. It will cost U. S. PROFESSIONAL GOLFERS TO SCOTLAND NEW Y011K, Mar. o the leading professional golfers of tin United States will compose the- teair which will go to Scotland this Hum mer, in an attempt to lift the British open title, it was announced today Tho team probably will sail May 2J At Berkeley, R. H. E University of California.....12 10 Olympic Club (San 4 5 and Smith; Wil liams, Hox and Reardon. At San R. H. K Boston Nationals...........3 G San Antonio (Texas 2 9 1 Townsend, Scott ant O'Neill, Gibson; Fincher, Deason am W. White. At Wichita n.H. E Chicago Americans.......... 9 17 Wichita Falls (Texas Icagua) 5 10 Smokt A rich Virginia tmoking 410 FjFTM ;