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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAC.E SIX MARCH BRLNGING UP FATHER By G. McManus If KECO ON WIOKIN' QUIET ENOOCIH J. M otxr n FI y CO OOl T I vXJiT, COvt DOWN AND EN JOV A QUIET' WORLD OF Nelson and Sinclair Took Sec- Meeting of Lethbndge First Olympic Game Scheduled Gasoline Goes Down M Ptr AMD DOU urra nt t3 nhli u fective of tbo Ottawa performers. back-checked consistently and In thai respect set a fine example for bis p.iis were inclined lo loaf on the Job. Boucher tried hard and so did Denenny whenever ha was used, but Gerard and Cleshorn, the defense men. have showed better lorm. There may be a different tale to tell on Thursday night National Hockey League rules Tvlll govern. Thd attendance was and pub- lic Qcntlment was about evenly dlvid- _ NEW YOnK. Mi-rcb The New York Times, com- menting on the United Stales hockey championship aspira- tions at Antwerp, this morn- ing says: "So far .is can be judged from advices abroad, the strongest opponents of the United Slates: team will bo the Winnipeg Falcons. American hockey officials hold the op'n- ion that ihe Falcons arc- about equal in playing strength with Y.'iiiniiu-gB, which team tbe United States Olympic seven defeated two out of three games last week. Tho Kuro- pean entries are Ihought lo bo less formidable than Hie Amer- ican contingent tcaais." YANKS TO PLAY KITCHENER O. H. A. BOYS! YORK. .March all- star ice hcckoy Icrim which wili scnt the United Slates at the Olympic be played. Tbo On- tario Hockey Association rules ol seven o.- eight years ago. it is said, t'overns the play on certain points. I W. A. Hewitt, secretary of the Ontario Hockey Association! will represent the Canadian Amateur Hockey Asso- v' ciatlon at the Olympic games. j The Canadian team will arrive four days in advance of the American rep resentatives and thus will bo at an advantage. They will have time tc v! get in good condition before tbe first game, Other Hockey Teams Although no official annoimcemcn1 has bccu made, it Is understood tbat Denmark, Sweden. Belgium, Holland and France will all have representa- v live teams at the Olympic hockey games. Ueforc the hockey was vMiot included in the lift of Olympic i and It was not until January that official advices made It clear tbat hockey would bo ou tbe Olympic Hat this year. Tlie Falcon main will take 10 play- and Manager Herbert Oxford wiil the team overseas. Last night the Allan cup winners were entertained at a banquet- and accorded a splendid ova by as much moaey'as'prfssible and favor- ing awardlDg-bronzc medals In place of gold medals. Applications for Membership were received from the Miners, 0. P. H., SL Oeroges. and North Lethbrldge United. '.Among these ore two new clubs, the Miners and the C. P. R. The officers elected were: President, A. J. Hlackburne; Vice-president, Tom. Longworth and secretary-treasurer, Robert J.-Rltehie Paterson. The anneal reports wore favorably received. Totals 173 159. 333 180 1S3 510 In a snooker tournament held In tho billiard parlori of the 0. W. V. A. hall Comrade Fred Jr., camo out on top and won a gold watch.. Com- -i rade J'. S. Kiddes was second-ami got '______ _ Comrade E. C. Turcotte won 'A watcb fob for the highest ccore. He made 78. The prizes were donat- ed by tho K. C.. Catholic Army Hut Fund. 10 "HUSKY" CRAIG DEAD HAMILTON', Ont., March 3 "Husky" Craig, for several years one of tho stalwart of the Tiger football team, died at Tils-homo here yealer- dav, ANDY CAN FIX ANY RADIATOR' TROUBLED J .1' T '71 418 Fifth Street South Will Be Ltthbridge's Delegates To Annual Meeting of Al- berta Football As- sociation Joaap'nat Tbibaud of Montreal war. lent, to the penitentiary I years for chicken thefls. for three; Two exhibition games against the Kuchennr ttram tho Ontario Hockey Association will be .played at Pills- burs Friday and Saturday. Hockey Association. They were all of the opinion tbat the Falcons were Jock Anderson and Bill Holber- ton Have Picked Their Eleven to Herald'the Soccer Season Jock Anclersin as picked his crowd and .'o has Hilly Holberion and tVy truly representative of Canada and W1II line up against each othet on were confident that they would uphold (j0pd Fr'day in Ad-nj-.'s Park at 3 a.m. the band of Canada al the Olympic Eee which outfit has tho bcsl sric- games. Col. Bishop, who is an ardent ccr piajcrs on It Ibis brought up at tho annual pro- hockey fan, expressed the opinion j the opening of tbo soccer season In meeting by the Lelnbridgo A. .1. Blackburne and J. Hit. chle Pateraon will go to Calgary for tbe annual meeting of the Alberta Football Association on Saturday. At tbe first meeting of the new executive, beld following the annual meeting of the Lethbrldgo and Dislrict Football Association In the Y. M. C. A. Tues- day night, the president and secre- tary, fls above, were'appointed as dele- gates lo the provincial meeting. Tho two new teams, Ihe Minors and the C. P. R, were admitted to tlio as- sociation, but their classification was fixed. This will be determined later. Membership fees were increas- ed to ten dollars for seniors and five dollars for intermediates. of Inter-city matches FtFTH STREET SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Phone 1856, Office 1M 3rd Avf. 3, Lethbrldge, Aiberta Ride In a McLaughlln Special, ft costs no more. ELECTRIC WELDING Wo have tlie piosl. up to date welding shop in Southern Al- berta. We bave an Acetylene welding ani) cutting equipment and one pf.tlic Canadian fJenerr al Elecirlc's largest electric welding plants, enabling us to do good at a r.iucb lower price. Lawford Welding Co. 2nd Ave., Opp. Hotel Phone 1M4 Jack Hill Jack Holllngiwortli LETHBR1DGE FOURTH AVE. S., REAR OF PALACE CONFECTIONERY. 24 HOUR SERVICE PHONE 664 Vrcgrant na ana Quality that the Falcons gave an exhibition of hoiv hockey should Ije played dur- ing their slay in Toronto. American Team j riTTSRUItC. Pa., March line-up of the United States Olympic I hockey team was officially annoiwc- cd liist nlghl as follows Goal. Raymond IJotmcy. Plltriburg; EUbalilute, Cyril Wldcnborner; Intense, Leo'j Tuck, Boston and Frank Gohccn, St. Paul; defense sun BtUutc, J. K. Kitzgc'ral'l. St. Paul; Herbert Drury, Pittsburg; cei Ire. McCormlck. .Toe McCarmlck, Pittshnrg, unit A. J, Cont'oy, Bl. Paul; substitute for- Frank Kynott, Bontoii. fn; team will sail Jrom York Wednesday. April 7, alionrd (In: .steamship Finland. to 5eC Matches CH- Shaw; Knox, I.nkie, A. Ourr, H. Llo- nlng, N, (iiirr. Billy Ilolberton's boys: J. Dunlop; Kaston and Tennanl; Pink, W. Dunlop and Allan; Uoslwlck, Holherton, T. Campbell, A. Wcstlcy, and Thomson. IjOld Country Football LONDON', March mall, by Canadian Associated The rrnmt'il of the Northern Kugby I'nion met In Manchester aud selected tho CARPENTIER BE IN VANCOUVER IN JUNE VANCOUVF.il. B.C.. Nnircfl (Jeorges Carpenlier. the J'rench beavywolghl ctiamiiloii of KuropR, will appear in ar: ex- hibition bout in this city early in June. ar.f-ordiiiR to :t rpply received from Jack Curloy, the New York promoter, to an In- vitation Issued by Ibc Van- couver Sportsmen's Club, to havo Carncntler visit Van- couver. Cup. FAILED TO LOWER RECORD XEW YORK, March W. Hay, of the Illinois A. holder of the national middle distance running tit- les, failed last night In bis attempt to lower Abel Kfvlat's rar, record of j-5 IB a special race over this distance. Kay covered the distance In H, Sprvice. Station Service 'Matioii' Ipr the' fimoas of magnetos, generators, colls re- jm'rRd, Kull stock of repair parts car- rictl. All work guaranteed. MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. 518 4th South PHON6 735 OH AUTO LIVERY Country Special Service Trip; Phones 787 RultferiM 1210 following players to complete tho team to lour Australasia during the bummor: A. Wood, Olclham. full-back; Slock- well, Loiide; Bvin ;md Davles, Old- ham; ilurcombe, Wigan, and W. J, Stone, Hull, three-quarter backs; A. MIKE O'DOWD DEFENDS TITLE AOA1NST JOE EGAN BOSTON', Mass.. 51arch O'Dowd of St. Paul, Minn., middle- weight champion, successfully defend-j ed nla title born last night when ho! knocked out Joe Kgan of this city, In j tbo fifth roand of a scheduled 12-rountl bout. A rlftht swing to the chin end- ed Kgan's efforts. Skelhorn, Warrlngtow, Wlducs, snd W. Held, ZBVSCKO DEFEATS BOUVIER irAHTKOnn, Conn.. March Stanllaus Polslh heavy- weight wrestler, defeated Consign Ds Doitvler of France, ir, two Btralght falls hero last night. The first was In 35 minutes, 25 seconds, and the sec- ond In H uilnulcs, !0 .jcor.ds. CITY COUNCIt. GIVES JMO TO FALCONS WTXNIPBO, March on representation by local hocXey officials, previous to tho conclusion of last night's gamo In Toronto, the Winnipeg city council voted lowarJ the expenses of tie Falcons for their trip to Antwerp. We Have Installed Equip- ment (or Repairing Can handle nil mafccs ol cms. Expert Hot Air Furnace Work FREEL ELLIOTT Shut 3S6 tth St. South Phone TheMostPopular Recreation Dominion Bowling Alleys Basement, Dominion Entrance on Sixth ;