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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SEC .LK IE DAILY ROUIJ) BKINQNG UP FATHER k'VC OlftT COT MWUTE A COP OF COFFEE: I THE X? COfcNIT.0 BEEF i I ANO CA.tiOA.Ct i OEEF 3-17 McManus 1 1921 IT ItnA. FMTIMK Smvici INC We Serve Good Food The wuy a meal is served moans a great il'ml to Ilia aver- age pornoii. U is not douo in slip-shod inunnor. Uiis service, you get the best of food, prepared by diets who' through years of experience, have devel- oped their art to tho highest olu- cieucy. 8ILVER GRILL MRS 11 BE Iff! AT HOME Ileport of Members of Brandon Team Leaving: for Home Causes Remarks TORONTO BOWLER IS AMONG THE WINNERS] TORONTO. Mur. the course of a speech at the banquet triTen by tli-; Sportsmen's I'utriotic uHlclation to the Varsity hockey team here hist night. Dr. Urut-o McDonald, president of tiie amateur Athletic association of Canfuia. refer- red to the reported departure of a number of Brandon players for their homes in other seiuions of thy coun- try and said: "Please God, heiore an- other geusou is over, u of gen- tlemen such Jis these will be allowed to remain at home with their travel- ling bags. Gentlemen who like to be- lieve that their athletic ability cun iio-sold through underground channels will find the market closed. The big- seat curse to the rising generation is that they should be made to believe ilmt athletic ability is a gift to be sold to tho highest bidder." The members of the Varsity hockey tcihi predated with1 siiiUbly ungrttved talking sticks by the iDlJurltJinou't; Patriotic u abaci a lion, with club bags by the city and with i.he John Ross Robertson cup, em- blematic of the senior 0. PI. A. cham- pion ship as well as with the O. H. A. individual gold medal. I lll'FFALO. Mar. Penover. I member of the Saunders team of To- j i ronto which went into first place in j the five-man event in the American i bowling congress tournament here! Monday night, continued his good roll- ing yesterday for a place among the j all-events prize winners. He shot 035 in tho five-mau event last 025 in the doubles and 57- i in the singles yesterday, getting an ag-; gregate in' I.S3.' for the nine games, a mark which takes eighteenth place. i TEMPERAMENTAL Prima donnas. Lefthanders. Fight-manugers. Holdouts. Movie stars. Other FILL IN TODAY'S CANADIAN HOCKEY CHAMPIONS IS LAST DAY New Contest Follows'Finish of, City Ten Pin League; Some j Good Teams j Universal languages seem impos- sible to evolve. The only universal language now in use is that spoken by all men, of every race, when they hap. pen to step on a tack or pick up a hot horseshoe. DANGER SIGNALS Ued flags. "Stop-Go" signs. The flash in a woman's eyes. A bulldog's growl. A rattlesnake's greeting. Tiie twitch of a mule's eitrs. Four Hundred Dollars Should i Be Easy For Next Week's j Prize Money Ge sure to Oil up today's coupon. Tomorrow -will be your last chance to get a coupon for this week's foot- ball contest. Don't leave it off until the last minute, that is dangerous. Four hundred dollars is tho mark for next week's money and if you raiversitj- of Toronto hockey team which brought the famous Allan Cup, emblematic of the amateur hockey championship, east .by defeating Brandon. Here they are, left to right: Bill Carton, centre; Dr. W. Dafoe, coach; George Westman, substitute forward; Ned Wright, right wing; Jack Langtry. goal: Joe Sullivan, substitute goal tender; Stan Brown, defense; immediately behind Brown. Norman Lang, trainer; Seattle Ramsay, captain mark your coupon today and get your and defense; behind Ramsay is Joe Olson, loft wing; Frank Sullivan, substitute forward; Peter Mclntyre, substi- friends to do the same that four mm- j tute defense. drcd dollar mark may he loft far be- ________ hind. The football season-is fast to a close and we would like to see I this contest go over the ?500 mark, j The only way to do it fans is to get your friends interested. RICKARD WILL TELL WHERE, WHEN, SATURDAY NEW YORK, Mar. place, date and all details of the Dempsey-Carpentler heavyweight championship bout will be an- nounced in this city on Satur- day, April 9. This statement was officially made by Promoter Tex Rtckard here today. ftlckard he had finally de- cided to hold the match in the United States. N'ow that the Ten Piu League has been finished' the bowlers of the] city are looking for more amusement and tonight a doubles contest will j open. Draws have been made for to-! ni-ht nnd tlioy ace: Shover vs. Evans and Hayes: Invin and Hopper vs.; Sloan and Freestone. The winners uf these will go into the second round which also includes the following contests i Leask and Jones vs. Schweitzer and L-isconihfl: j Risler and Drtggs. vs. Maclean aMl Needs: Nelson and Smith vs. and McXabb. I Many u brave fellow would gladly donate a quart of his blood for trans- fusion pnrpo-ses if he could be guar- anteed a quart of something in ej.- ehange. JU.ST JINGLES Sometimes we wonder, aa we seek, forsooth. A sporting page without the words "Itabe 1C such a thinp; can ever, ever We know it won't and that's the hon- est truth! HOT SPARKS! 'From the Training Camps AND I. H. C. LEAD "f I ENTRY FORM I I THIS WEEK 1st Prize 2nd Prize 3rd Prize Booby Prize Coupon must be cut along dotted line 1 The competition will he called Th" Hera'" Football Competition. 1. Competitors will be entitled to 33 many entries an they desire, provided I each entry is accompanied by twent: live cents, and coupons to thii imi-i- ter of entries. U 3 Competitors must'oroaa out tha IZ names of tho clubs they thin.k n.jl j lost" and cruss nut the names of both if they p. draw will result. O 1. Coupons oniy be secured from lul I-JBO of The Ilcr.-.Id. II- 5. All monies received will bo I- l.irnecl in prizes. Tin amount and O r.'imhers of prizes will be published IQ Monday morning: for that week a T-nnis iWillts of competitions will S be imraialied every Wednesday to sureRSpful competitors will immediately on receipt of idcnnflrtn-illnn Athletic Nowg r, In we the first, second or third 1- nriz'.s :ir'- nivMM nmnnj? two or mnrp 5 vlnners. The Herald 10 thi-'riirht to renrraiKC tin: prjies F.I that romlMtiiors with the hishost ul number of r.qrrect mrprasts will Youus Recruit slirtes madly o'er Uie earth To show the manager his splendid Anu: he's successful, if, when starting home, His name is listed for a lower berth! Away down south in Dixie, in the land KOI training caiupa, Vhen the afternoons are Lolling hot and the nights are full of The players hop and hustle, and the no, j Prepare each night a ton of bull for the eager fanning tribes! When camels dress in evening gowns, t and elephants wear shirts, i monkeys a ing grand opera and t walruses year pants, j When goldfish race at Beiniont Park, I and movie stars eat hay, i may give "Wills P. New York society leader recently bought a muff that cost Chb'vp Snodgrass's muff, nine years ago, cost .Many of these bone-rimmed glasses match the heads of those who wear them. It's all right to change yonr mind, jbiit don't stop to change it in the j middle of the street when the anto traffic is heavy. TV WORKS SQUEEZE PLAY DETROIT, Mar. Cobb claims the distinction of working the first squeeze play ot" the season. It was made in the seventh inning of Wednesday's game at lluuger, Texas, _________ hetwoen the Detroit Tigers and the C'ciumbus American association club Tiie was upset at the "Y" alleys when Cobb placed to the left Tuesday "Anight when the Y. AI. C. A. oE the pitcher's box and Flagstaad trundlers halted the fast travelling "Y" Trundlers Put Crimp In I. H. C. Hopes by Winning Tuesday Night scored. Much of the Tigers' training trun---------....._ H. C. trio in their mad dash for the n attack under their new manager Toggery shield in the first set ot lias been devoted to the sacrifice, tjj8 evening's double-header. In the squeeze and other tactics designed to produce a rim in a pinch. WHITE SOX BEATEN ither fray the High School, after drop- ping the first game, took the next two from the Coca Colas, thereby elimin- ating their opponents and putting CHICAGO, Mar. flrst real j themselves one point behind the 1. H. ire still in front of the league. _______npionship now rests between 4 to 1 defeat yesterday at the hands aml club, as the 1. H. C of the Fort Worth, Texas league team, j f their part of tho Bc'ue- Davenport, one of tho best recruit prospects of the White Sox, walked seven men, three in the first inning. opposition faced hy the White Sox oi> j c__ Wj10 .MB ami their training trip tour resulted in a I champions DISCOURAGE GAMBLING dule. In the first set the T. M. C. A. took the first two games by narrow margins but lost tho third by ISO pins. Free- stone helil high aggregate in this set CLEVELAND, Mar. an totalling 466 while Petley of. the fort to discourage gambling, manager j 199 tor high single. Speaker of the Cleveland Indians, will j ]n the Coca cola-High. .School en- not announce his pitchers overnight; the students, after losing the BB and C'a in the league race. In this mis-up high aggregate and high single were both I pulled down by the High, Gordie Mor- i rison rolling 514 and 205. Wade Rid- path fell down in the running for the Wright cup for the highest individual during the regular season as had been i Jirst game_ got down to business his policy. Announcement of the bat-1 proceejej. to eliminate tho C. C'l teries will not be macie until time tor j tlie ]eaKue race. thia mis-up the game to start. CUBS WIN TWO CHICAGO. Mar. two vic- tories over the San Francisco Pacific coast league team, the1 Chicago Na- tionals today will meet the Oakland club. A round of heavy hitting in the eighth inning yesterday, gave the Cubs the game 7 to average. The scores were: I. H. C. Fuller ___ Cascadden Freestone 100 138 130 152 457 127 455 132 406 i Tiie newly discovered plancl. Botel- giiese. is Times as large as tho sun. They could build ball parks I there so largo that Babe Ruth couldn't hit one over the fence. t Dr. Eliot's five-font shelf of hooks isn't in it witli your wife's three-fool. shelf of skillets and kettles. Do you wish to acquire fluency of language? beam how to men your own automobile. ,1 Uethhridtje Hcrplds for cafe hy our in all cities and towns and on all trains and by our agents in the following towns: t Williams; BLAI RN'.OF; Phnrm.icy, Maurice j Bond' Hat Works Nc.vs Co.. Labor New, Agencies, Na- j tlonal News Stand, Alexander Clear Store; D-ug I Book Co.; T. Faunch; Clijar Stores, Ltd.' Harper Cigar Store: M. GREAT FALLS, News Co.; MEDICINE BroE.: MANY- lloiv long the days seem when you can't find any place where they soil any! UNGAINLY SPECTACLES Tho hippopotamus. TniMt.incing. Fred Fulton. A caniul. fliris playing I'mpire in ;i suit. Com-right Vatioiial .Newspaper Kervico LAST SPECIAL MASS I FOR CARDINAL GIBBONS Petley BALTIMORE. Mar. i Nelson iof the C'atlioli" laity filled tho. Glass i cathedral to overflowing this morning jat the last of tlio special masses pre- ceding the final services to- morrow for Cardinal Gibbons, whose i death occuiT'Hl Thursday. At the end oi the nutss the congrega- tion filed slowly past the bier for a last look at the features of the cardi- nal, and the lon-4 lino of men, wonifti and children who hart gathered in, the street nieamvhil" r.n-oittued into tin- '-differ? in a itroi bid fair to continue all day. It is estimated i that between 25.000 and persons' viewed (lie body yesterday. 437 411 540 13S8 438 443 3D1 1299 Murphy Price Shover Morrison Rose Riilpath OLD COUNTRY FOOTBALL LEAGUE STANDINGS League Standings to Monday, March 28 (Inctuilve) English League Division One p. w. D. u F. A. P. Will Be Held In Toronto April .35 22 D 4 72 27 53 O9 p .35 it; yj 7 yfi so 4i p or AU 35 is s n GO 3fi 41 i Some Particulars .05 15 14 l> Hfi 45 44 34 19 4 11 54 42 4'J 17 6 11 65 42 40 Burnley Liverpool. Newcastle U Boiton W Manchester C Tottenham H Bvertou Middiesboro Manchester U Bradford C. Sunderland ,j. Arsenal Aston Villa Blackburn R .3a 1.5 10 10 58 50 40 .35 14 12 45 45 37 .35 13 i) 13 57 61 35 .3-1 10 14 10 48 46 34 .35 13 8 14 48 52 34 .33 11 11 11 48 61 S3 .35 13 7 15 52 62 33 ...34 8 14 11 IS 4'J 32 W. Bromwich A. 34 10 12 12 41 50 32 Chelsea......33 11 13 30 45 31 Preston N E ..32 12 6 14 46 44 30 Hudderstield T .31 10 8 16 31 43 28 Sheffield U ....'38 6 15 15 38 CO 27 OUham A.....35 S 14 16 37 78 24 Derby C ......35 4 13 IS 27 !8 21 Bradford .....3a U S 21 38 lili 20 Enqllih Division P. W. D. L. F. A. P. ....Si 18 ...36 ...35 17 10 S 39 24 4< ...32 17 S 7 46 28 42 ..35 1C S It 45 24 40 ....35 It 1! 10 46 33 30 ...35 15 S 12 53 39 38 ...35 13 10 12 34 31 38 ...31 li 7 13 39 4.' 33 ,...34 12 11 11 35 37 35 ...35 12 14 37 43 33 ..34 H 10 13 41 3S 32 ___34 11 JO 13 10 38 32 13 U 1C 35 40 32 Birmingham Blackpool Bristol C 7 S 83 7 10 46 34 45 W. Ham ir. Notts C S Shields Clapton 0 Fulham Leicester C Bury Port Vale Stoke ___ Leeds U- Crystal Pal YM.C. A. South'mpt'n 198 142 Swansea 'T 133 143 Swilldon T 137 162 442 Queen's Pk. U Mllhvall Ath Watford Luton T Coca Colas Merthyr T 137 142 91- 380 Bristol R 138.144 T. 180 139 180- 410 Arg Brighl'n-Hve A 455 425 433 13131 Norwich C Portsmouth. Hiahff- ,.o on- Northampton 141 Ib2. _0n_ 614 Sollthem, n Wolverhm'tn W 34 13 S 1C 41 51 31 Rotherliam C 10 11 34 30 45 31 Tho Wed 34 11 8 15 34 43 SO Hull City 84 7 10 U 35 47 30 Notts Forest ..34 10 8 18 43 45 28 Barnsley 34 S 12 14-87 40 2S Coventry C ____ 34 S n 17 29 02 2f, Stockport C ....35 0 7 10 36 07 25 English Third Division P. W. n. F. A. P. .35 21 S 6 57 27 50 ..14 17 11 CT.S K 45 .34 10 11 7 47 38 43 .32 18 0 S Co 40 42 .35 IS 6 11 54 29 42 35 17 .34 16 .34 15 .35 13 .34 15 ,5'14 53 50 35 .35 1.1 7 .11 37 41 Notice has been received in Leth- bridgo of the holding of Dominion box- ing championships in Toronto on April 22 and 23. They will be held in tho Arena under the auspices ot the Argo. naut Rowing Club. Full details concerning the "afraii" may bo had from .T. L. Ferguson. 23 Torontft Street, Toronto, with whom entries close ou Monday, April IS. Each entry must be accompanied by Jl.OO, whiclj will be returned to contestants entering the ring at correct weight- Bouts wiii be held in the classes: bantamweight, 108 pounds and under; featherweight, 115 pounds and under; specialwcight, 125 pounds and under; lightweight, 135 pounds and under; welterweight. 145 pounds and under; middleweight, 158 pounds and under; light heavyweight, 175 and under; heavyweight, 176 pounds and over. These contests -will ie open to all amateurs duly registered as such with the A. A. U. of C., or allied bodies. The rules of tho A. A. U. of C. will gov- ern the competitions. Gold medals, btematie of the championship of Can- ada will awarded with silver medaja for tho second' in each All contestants are required to un- dergo a medical, examination before entering the ring and to In not more than one and a half prior to the commencement of the contests each day. JUNIOR FALCONS, CHAMPIONS, WELCOMED WINNIPEG, Mar. from their eastern eonquest in which they gained the title of Canadian Ju- nior hockey champions, the junior Falcons were welcomed by a repre- sentative gathering of sport fans at tho station here this morning. Next week they will be tendered a fi 12 46 34 38 bann.net when three Si 11 55 47 38 cup, emblematic of the Winnipeg j.l.- 11 11 53 44 37 i nior league championship, Abbott dtp. Western Canada championship and the O. n. A. Memorial cttp, Dominion, championship, will be presented, to them. iil Standing: 477 II. C.. YOUNG MONTREAL WINS MAKE VOCATIONAL TRALNINC; IMPORTANT AS FOR PROFESSIONS Boarding Club j _________ Y. M. C. A...... i EDMONTON. Mar. 30.-Vooational' ili-ainins achcwN should oe established cq'mi''p as a part of uatioiii! system. Just i IK; were- pubhr and schools, in I opinion or Ilr. I-'. .Merchant, i--------------------- i of Toronto, who Iho i fdac.'itiounl asocial-ion at its session II) '3 7 130S Pts. 10 Heading Brentford Gillingham S 14 39 48 31 .31 8 17 'J 57 30 33 .35 13 S 15 37 49 22 .35 :i 18 13 36 43 31 .34 fl 12 13 8S 42 30 .34 13 li Hi 42 5S 30 .34 II 7 HI 32 23 .35 11 li IS 34 57 28 .35 li 15 II 35 45 27 3511 520355227 34 0 8 17 35 51 26 35 G 10 20 28 06 20 R.I.. Mar. 1 .Munirfat. Im-al 'laiitaimveiglit, was liu' d'-i'isinn OVI.T iMni I-.emio's uf .Ni.vv llcdl'ord, in a 12- Manyberries Pharmacy; Pharmacy; MILK i ronml lioill. linn- lailt lllfiht. F. A. Moir: Whltworth, A. D. Feruiison: Sorenson; PINCHER A. Tucker. R. F. I BARTFIELD-BLOOM DRAW H G. Ibetson Drug Store; J. Rittcr; j Drug and Stationery Co., L. T. WcstlaUe; Kinfl. I XKW JIar. Hart- In Kennedy, Oolias Hotel, Hotel Cigar lir-ld anil I'hil llloom, both of Hronk- Elite Cigar Store, People's Drug Store, North Lethhrldge, and J. G. lyn. touKht hi Brooklyn last fur tiie itional jlhoiisht that In in the varinu- pivnn r I Intended 'onraginc; voca- Rr. Merchant instrtiotion (mght to bo. itli thi.se who CLONIE TAIT GETS SHADE VERDICT Clou! ronndH to a draw in Tail, Canadian light- v.niglit iihanipion; was given a shado verdict over Johnny Men- dolsohti, Milwaukee light- weight. In newspaper decisions of a 10-rotind. no-decision bout here last night. Warrrn liawlcy, a Fort Krio young ,4f man. was fined costs In V St. Catharines for, liquor 'r j 4 DumhartMi i Hangers 5 ceiuc JQ Parlick T Third Lanark ________ i Dundne _____________[ Airdriconians Hearts -I- -I- I Hihernians I MoUnnvell Morton HaniiHon A Abordor-n KilmariKK'lx Clyde Ayr I! Albion U Queen's P riaith II Palkirk Clydnhank St. Mirren SCOTTISH LEAGUE P. W. L. F. A. P. 35 31 3 I 84 22 65 37 27 5 a 75 .1" Rev. John Laycock, pioneer.Method- ist minister In Western Canada, died at Vancouver. Over 30 dinrchca were built In Saskatchewan under his di- rection. Smoke ir, 15 .38 15 .311 15 11! 9 32 42 IS 5 13 70 50 41 15 10 10 43 38 40 S 15 115 111) If. ii 11 52 41 ;W !l 14 ".3 311 .34 14 10 43 M ..37 13 1-2 13 58 SI) 38 ..38 13 11 14 41 37 .37 12 12 1M 4.1 15 3ti .3S 14 S Ki. OS 05 3D .33' 11; 3 1 t M 35 ..37 11 1.0 Hi 50 (ir. in u in ot ;n ..30 10 11 IT, lii; 31 ..37 II 3 SO 4S 64 31 ..37 11 0 17 CO 31 ..30 5 13 18 311 lia 23 ..37 S 4 25 SO 20 ..30 li I 26 32 82 10 lit ute marla you as u a judge of tobacco PHONE (99 ;