Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE SIX f JIB DAILY HBPALB. TUESDAY, MARCH BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus Gasoline Goes Down But the Ctnullin Ou to Save 30 Per of YovGuBiD ANP DOES BETTER Ftt modeU ot .and traelort.' 'not lartitl- sate. Mechanical Garage COR. 4TH AVE. 3RD ST, s PHONE 1180 .WORLD OF Allan Cup Comes West; Falcons Defeat East's Defenders Three to Two 'ast Winnipeg Team Maintains Lead Over Boys Made Better Showing But Were cons Win Right to Fight for World Championship in in Two Games Was Eleven to Fiv'e. fit ever. Two of three- stitches were placed In tho cut. All tho Seattle plnycrs are here and are confident of winning tonight's Stanley cup game with Ottawa and thereby tlelas up the series. All that they want is a hard sheet of Ice, and the arena management have prom- ised mem a fist surface. Jack Adams, tho Toronto boy, rvho played with Vancouver, predicts that j t'oyston and company will win ths honors. Seattle will have a lot of rooters bore, as Holmes is a Toronto boy, and Foyston and Walker were member o( tho Toronto team which won the cup in 1311. DEIECHTES I Nelson and Sinclair Will Meet I Them Tonight at 7.30 in j Dominion Alleys TORONTO, March of Winnipeg arc winners of Allan Cup End the champion hockey team of Canada. They defeated the University of Toronto here again tonight in the wind-up contelt for the Allan Cup and the right to ao to Antwerp to take part In the- Olympic games as Canada's hockey champions. Tonight's victory wtj won by 3 to 2 and the round was won by 11 to 5. University of Toronto played in much belter form tonioht than they did in tho first game of the Allan cup Saturday and the score just about indicated the margin of sjperlority shown by the fleet western The university champion-showed no signs of staleness, ind maintained a fast pace from bell to bell, tut their best was rot good enough to beat the visitors. BACK AFTER THREE YEARS The Al'an Cup goes west after an absence of three yean, snd judging by. the ability of the new holders, it may ba a long time before it comes tack again. The westerners can be depended upon to have the defenders in the best of condition when the challengers make the journey to the Manitoba capital, and sll thinas considered, the task of lifting it will he ho easy matter. Falcons for Belgium tOItON'fO, Jlarrh Val- of Winnipeg are all set for their long flight across tho Atlantic nnd if the new Allau cup holders play as well in the Olympic competition at Antwerp they did against 'Varsity, the Cana- dian, amateur linckey title holders should return home world's cham- pions. The inter-colleglaUT represent- atives played one ot tlielr good sames in the final fixture and were more .out-lucked than out-played. L'nliko the lirst game, tho affair was not of a (parlor nature, the students casting ceremony aside and mixing it merrily the opportunity presented itself, with tha result that the penalty hor was seldom without an occupant, mid on occasions two and three pirir- ers were temporary spectators. 'Var- Klly's tactics slowed up the western- ers considerably and neither CJood- man nor the speed mar- Tels oj the team, were quite as coti- as they were In the first please the 'Varsity partisans. He war; apparently loallie to discipline Win- nipeg hut was not slow to visit his wrath upon the collcgiaus. Once, when ot Play Marsh senl.away a Falcon offender, ho insisted that a 'Varsity man should also retire, and carried his point. H v.-as officlousness raised to the ninlh degree and the crowd howled Its displeasure. At thai, the Falcons j did not need any assistance- from .iny- Evans and Jones Put Away Two Teams in Semi-Finals' of Ten Pin Tournament Three Contests Staged in Pin of Excitement Lumbermen were knocking tho tim- ber all over the Dominion Alleys last nlghL Three contests' were i held among the delegates to the conference; Evans nnd Jones were rolling wild and furlpus last night lu the touroa- immt in the Dominion Alleys with result that tonight th'ey KO into tho Ten "nab against .Nelson and Sinclair. MacLean and Dawson :nado them step In the firel game, the Una! score being to 1.031. The score in fav- or of Evans-Jones vs. Shover-Xeeds was 3S9 to 975. r Following are the scores: 2nd 3rd Tol. 1M> 179. 529 ot representatives ot the Citizens' Lumber Company and eicitoment van hish. Many has beens staged come- backs, many wouldbe pin artists sur- prised themselves and others were just content. Following are thft scores: First Match Hayt Chisholm Aylesworth.............. Woodges............. 4.. Greer Total MacLcan Dawson Total M'Felger------ 76 Schweitzer 91. 1071 Tolal 157 537 1st 17S 1S3 33C Snd ISli 3rd Tot. 52G 505 JACKSON OUT-BOXED _____ MILWAJiKBE. WIs., March Mitchell, Mll- waukco llgbtvvelsht, last night oulboxed Willie Jackson, Naw, 'fork. !n a fast 10-round no- decision bout, according to tho majority opinion ot Mitwau- kee and Chicago sporting writ- ers. One cVltlc called it draw. Dr. Dunsworth With Edmonton Hoopers, May Get Chance at World Honors SOL 342 1st 172 1 ICO 2nd IS-t ISO 3rd Tot. 490 45 S32 304 996 Total Coburn Barton Harron Total jXcUon Sinclair body in crdor to win. They were too fast nnd strong for 'Varsity and won the championship on their merits. Larson Telford Nevertheless, Toronto (ans are not (Olson yet convinced that tho Falcone arc Ihe world-heaters they with being, and would nro like credited Total to have seen them opposed to Ruilbnry. Tig- ers, Kitchener or Granites, which, perhaps, are more finished teams than 'Varsity, out did not have two chances Lamb at the cup. It is doubtful, hosvnvcr. if i Uv0w any of tho teams mentioned have in- Brags ilivldiials equal to Frederlckson tame. Tt was noticeable lhal certain mem her; of the Falcons did not take very! ably the besl amateur "performersi in kindly to tho dumping they were sub- Canada and the poors o! many pro- jected to and were inclined to lie lem- i (cssional perumcntiil. nyron, who was knocked out .icnanson, on the defense, swung by a bullet drive which he did not Goodman from a standpoint of skating Senn ability. These two players are prob- Tola! Total i v iiivn jiij UILI iiUL his stick vlciotfsly two or three limes, I see at Ibe beginning of the last period fnhiirn and Deason also offended. Ileferee! was not seriously hurt and this morn-' qipin Hughes, tho western official, did nol ing, apart from a sore head, was as iiort-ente Barton Harron Ul thorsou enback >n :al Second rd rsor nlngs ___ al icap al n >tad ___ is al icap al Third n in Icap al i lad 104! 107! 72! I'M' 1st 203 1CS 2nd loO US 3rd Tot. Tolal 36S 29S 593 78 lit) 70 cs 127 CS 101 484 SO 574 130 10: rif Jones Evans Tolal Shover Xceds Total 1st 127 2-16 373 1st 135 Snd 103 3 S3 3rd Tot. 360 629 2SS 9S9 2nd 1S1 134 3rd: Tot. 630 433 344 315 575 SEAM SURE OF WIN FHW If Confident They Will Be Able to Skate Canadians Off Their' Fcef on Fast Ice Rchans Total Handicap 00 'r ff 4. CANADIAN BOXING CHAMPIONSHIP TESTS ,IN OTTAWA, APRIL VICTOUIA. ii.c1., March Manson. (ho Hrillsh Columbia brunch o' the Amateur I'nion of Canada, lias ticen apjirisfd by tclcgrnm that Canadian boiinj; ff champlonslitpx have foucii awarded hy the Canadian ciiamiikui committee to Iho Ot. -im.iicur Aflilrsilr TOnON-TO, March Cana- Senltlc team, I'nci- tic Coast hockey j In tills clly today from Ottawa to lake I part in the fourlli game of (he Stanley lii cup series here tomorrow nigfit. Man- J3 ascr Miildoon did not accompany his tomorrow. The Se.ittle team Is ISJ.a happy and are confident thai i Ihoy can Illi the cup, A win for Stat- lie tomorrow nighl will lin llio cbimt. nccessilalins a fiflh game, but lory for Ottawa will give them the world's hockey champion- ship viltioiu further iilay. The Seattle players express ojitim- I ism as lo ilie fmtcc-mc of the series, A They say (hey were extremely hancli. capped by the bad ice conditions 'fj which attended the firsl two gamps at .j Ottawa and which Incidentally result- ,1.1 in losses for (he westerners. i The ice nt Otlnwa on Saturday was Iho btst thty had encountered during Iho serins, The Seaille Ipam is essontiajly n i fast ice tciim. They pradiced al tho locai arena ibis morning and their speed proved a reveloiion lo local fans. lion, lo be held April nnd Ifc Is infornind that Olympic boxing trialu will be held in-o months later. .The trdmonlon Journal says: There Is an athlete in Edmonton on vvhoin the cyea ot the sharps, whose duly it Is -to picl: nnd firoom Canadii's repre- sentatives at the Olympic meet ii> arc trained. Logan Blades Is tho perrortner whose nairie is ecmiiiis Ihe ienslh and of Hie Dornin- ioii or less sure starler in tlie Olympic tryouts lo be staged during tho noxc six months. The Hamilton Spectalor is authority ,'or the statement thul Walter Knox, coach of Ibe Canadian Olympic, has liis eye on Blades and will give the sensational all-round per- former in the army spbrls in France the official once-over very .shortly. Within the next (ow .days Knoi will leave Hamilton on a tour of western Canada. During tour, lie will visit tbe various citiss in the west where there Is any possibility of lining up possible candidates for ILe Oly- mpic team. A Good Trio The odds are good lhat Ihree ath- letes who will gel the most serious kind DI consideration from the famous Hamilton coach arc Joo Keeper, Win- nipeg's middle distance runner, and Ixjgan liladcs nnd Ror Hallburton, of Edmonton. Kiiox cannot afford to overlook this trio ivlien 'landing tho Olympic possibilities. Another pnir worthy of more lhan a passing glance are.br. Dunsworth and John Crazier, who gave such a good account of themselves in (he provincial Indoor championshlpa last fall. Blades, Hall- bnrfon, Dunsworth, nnil Crozier are athlcles to tlielr linger tips. They have all .been playing basketball all winter and should lie in the pink of condition to step on the cinder tracV: when (he frost leaves the gronnuV Dr. Uunswortli i3 boy who helped lo put this city on the basketball map. His parents reside here. SNORELESS PYJAMAS and NIGHT SHIRTS You will find our Pyjama and Night Shirt Dept. well slocked with all weights, with or without from the heaviest cottons and wools to fine silks. v PRICED FROM Night Shirts up to up to BERTKESTER'S MEN'S SHOP THE HOME OF 20th CENTURY CLOTHING ALEXANDRA HOTEL Bt-OCK PHONE 615 ON THE CORNER The Melting Pot I Canadian of .whom have broken training, arc "In demand for games across 'Ac international bound- ary where the hockey rmlis are kept open until about May 1. SHOEMAKER WINS HIS SEVENTH GAME AND TITLE NEW YORK, March Howard Shoemaker, ot Ihe Xew York Athletic chin, successfully defended Ills title of national amateur pocket billiard champion Saturday for the sixth suc- cessive time, by defeating 0. Gard- ner, o! York, in the final match nf th.ji tournament. The score wn.s to 60. Shoemaker won seven straight In tlie evenl of the Falcons ot Win- nipeg Winning the .Allan Cup they will noti return to Canada from tho Oly- mpic games, but will go on a to Iceland with "tlielr team-mate, erickson, who is going into business I there. PrcderickBon Is an aviator and will enjlrark in tuat line of work on a j commercial basis lu his native land. All but one or two of the Falcons art 1 of Icelandic descent. i ANDY CAN RADIATORWtROUBLE, 418 Fifth Street South Hamilton lie-aid: falcons have! tho greatest chance ever offered a Western team to lift the Allan Cup. 1C Hie Western champions ;ire as j strong as they arc reputed to he, there is a liig chance of the slivenviirc go- i Ing for a long rldci CITY TAXI SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Phone 1856, Office 409 3rd Ave. 3., Ltihbrldge, Alberts. Ride in it McLaughlin Special. It costs no more. COLOMBIA AGROUND SAN KllANCISCO, March Pacific Mail liner Colombia, from this j port.'r.m aground near Yokohama Sal-' urday, lint it was cspectcd It would be released very shortly. No cause f ot tlie mishap in the cable' mess as e. 410 FIFTH STREET Jack Hill Jack Kollhigiworth LETHBRIDGE TAXI FOURTH AVE. REAR OF PALACE CONFECTIONERY. 24 HOUR SERVICE PHONE 664 tf f. OTTAWA PREPARED FOR TONIGHT OTTAWA, March Tho Ottawa hockey learn left last night for Toronto for tho next game in Ihc Slatiloy cup series which 13 lo be play- ed Ihcre tonlglil. All the players wore on hand, Inclucl- Ing ttrcadbenl. who has re- covered from his Illness and will probably take part In the contest. ELECTRIC WEUOINQ We havo the inosl up lo dale welding shop In Southern At- borla. Wo have an Acetylene welding and cutting equipment and one of Hie Canadian Clencr- al Blectric's largest cleclrli: welding iilnnls, enabling us to ilo good worn and at a much lower price. Lawford Welding Co, 2nd Ave., Opp. Lcthbrldge Hotel Phons 1544 FEWEK PREACHERS There were tnora women proaclieis in Iho United atat'pa fiO years a aw than nl the present Hmr, when tlio ortlrvn of populallon Is taken' consideration, SfrvJcG Station Station for tho famous K-W Magnetos. All uiakos of luagnelos, generators, coils re- paired, Full stock of repair parts car- ried. 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