Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
iJIi THE E 'DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, NOVEMBER- BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManos WELL- I U- 1MT HERE UNTIL. eW'lTANO 1FANV LEFT- I WANT TO BE IT lt> THROWN OUT WHAT ARE xou n THE AMD WHO CORNED 6u.E.F -KNOWING THAT COT-LEFT THIiCAN OF CORNED TOO IF HE WIFE IN LUNCH-DO YOU STAND? FOR Quick Service Best Attention TRY OPEN DAY AND NIQHT Sign GOOD EATS j SPECIALTY IN STEAKS. We Aim to PltlH OUR COFFEE BEST IN TOWN. 5th St arid 4th TABER CURLERS IN FINE SHAPE; READY FOR AN ACTIVE SEASON (From Our Correspondent) "SABER, Nov. devotees ol and granite annul tion meeting In. the court .bouse on Wednesday sad Hhc're, was a very fair attendance ol the .curling fraternity. Pres. Maaon occupied the chair, and tha financial statement presented by H. P. Maaro showed one of the best years m the- history of the Taber Curling Club. Tho debt has largely vanished, and tho .flub .Is in satisfactory financial con- .wbjlo. enthusiasm for the game Hill: Directors, C. Mahon, T. Patter- son, H. P. Munro, B. R. Wildman, H.' Robinson; Secretary, E. Wal- ker; Treasurer, T. Paterson: Chap- lain, P. D. Le'acroft; P'inance Commit- tee, Laird, Wlldmau. R. II. Anderson. Rink Com., Robinson. II. Paterson, Munro; Games Com., 1. J. Hourigan, B. L: Cookel In connection with tho meeting It may be said, that according to com- mon report, the first thing Sam Mc- Coll did.'wlth the money from his crop at Kn to buy a new pair of smooth-bore rocks, and If that ain't is rampiinl. The membership fee of'stealing, wtat Is It? Jen doUarsvUJ.be the same this year. I Stir Up Hockey Fans The directors were instructed to in-j The action of the curlers In precar- tnect the building with a view to some j ing for a drive, and the beginning of -repairs, and D. Williams and Sam Me- j the season, has stirred up the hockey Coll were appointed delegates to the j fans, and a meeting will almost cer- turlers' congress The cieb decided on 3 similar membership ilriie to thAt of last >ear, and ROT. I-alrd, H P. Jtuoro, and CecO Mahon were ap- pointed to boss the job. Officers and were elected as follows: a, S, JD. Shields uiit E. Hen- Hon. Pres., A. J JicLean; ;Pps, i Rrrt Vlce-Pres, J B.' Set OBd Howard HOLD-UP MONEY FOR THE BOXERS TOHOXTO. Nov. After warning Benny Valger of New York in the third round for not trying in his bout with a boxer. Mid to be "Frisco" Frankle Burns, tbe boxing commis- sion ordered the bout stopped In the fourth round'and 'held up the money coming to the'tu from the Great War Veterans', association. fr tainly bo called about Tuesdoy or Wed- nesday.- next.; The delay is dne to plans regarding the and the ex-l jicetcd'arrlval of "a-player or two of fast reputation. team..will he somewhat different from last year, and be deal. Movements In Lethbridge are being closely and a an: noun cement may" be expected shortly. The Secretary-Treasurer to Con' trol Both Offices on Alberta Opens Jan.- 3 faws All r MoAers Of.Biig Four Union .W1NK1PKO, Nov. re-crganl- ed that Canada should stand right at tation at the Olympic committee and the top athletics if only properly the status of re-instated pros will be :lhe chief subject; of discuBsion at the annual meeting.of the Amateur.Ath- letic Union of Canada ithJch Is tb.be held In Winnipeg on1 11. This was forecasted at a com pllraentary dinner by the amateur ofliculs to Walter Knon. here.Iut nJKht. Knox told about the trials and tnbula tions of an Olympic coach and claim- "ant Tempt Tk Owner Of Man o'War PHILADELPHIA, NOV. Before and since the match race in Canada In which Man O'War defeated Sir Bar- tori, -ndany offers- have been made to get the champion abroad, while prom- inent sportsmen have urged Jlr. Riddle to send him to England to meet the Bngllsh champion, Comrade. Mr. Riddle Is on a hunting trip, hat his wife says she don't think a purse however, large would be an induce- ment for Mr. Riddle to scud tha horse organized. Ho said that Canada bad the stuff but the idea developing a team with two or three weeks' training was impossible. 'He sugges't- ed'that a start ha made.In the schools ac now Is being done in Montreal and Toronto and within a few years Can- ada plenty of first-class material.' The Manitoba officlals-ivlll strongly oppose the granting of cards to re- Instated hockey players and delegates expressed the opinion that all mem- bers ol the Alberta Bjg Four Union should be professionalized ns a means ot cleaning up.the situation there. CALGARY, NOT. 4 -McCair, secretary-treasurer of the Alberta Dig Pour Hotkey League was elected president of the organ Izatlon at the meeting here Thursday morning, to succeed Robert Pearson whose resignation was. He will combine the dut ies.of the offices and.continue to carry on with the executive. Safe Residence Rule It was the general opinion of thi meeting during the .morning discus- sion that the Big Four should seek Scottish FcotbaDers Want To Come, But Doubtful if Guarantee Can Be Raised TORONTO, Nov. an English soccer team across the pond is'not as easy as it looks 'and 'the. fans are beginning to realize 'It, says the sporting editor of the Globe. Last spring the D. P. A. and several indivi- dual 'clubs were anxious that some good team make, the trip, but the -tour- eoyld not be arrang- ed owing to'the unwillingness of the teams appealed to. Now itong comet word that a Scottish all- come A. ffnds Itteif In such a position that it la doubtful whether the offer can be accepted.: A well-known local Meear thority expressed the opinion that it waj Impossible that the guar- antees demanded could be raised. Tkee Bte Sox Players Ask Public To Withhold Judpent CHICAGO, Nov. Cook county special grand jury 'today presented Its' final repo'rt of th'e' baseball Investigation to Chief Justice Charles A. McDonald, containing a complete result of itd findina'ft durings the month-and a half It'has been Investigating Into-the'connection of gambling svith baseball: WMle ths alleged of world's series by bribing of-ChTcago players "the was the principal subject under Investigation, the jury also sought testimony on baseball gambling In general and, the operation, of baseball pools. Recommendations for bene- fiting the game are Included In niit.ialti declared, Andy Williams of.Chicago In tho aec- Two .centuries were scored for the Abe Goldstein, also of this city In tho I eleventh round of a 16-round match at Madison Square Garden last night. round of a 12-round bout Bide, Husscll making 166 and to. .deal .last night. The men are lightweights. JJo.arne out. The locata; left HerMF66tball Competition ENTRY FORM Arsenal vs. Blackburn, i Bolion vs. Derby. Bradford .vs. LiverpooL Burnley Newcastle, Everton vs. Bradford City, Manchester C. vs. Huddersfleld. Oldham vs. Tottenham. Preston vs. Chelsea. Brentford vs. Bristol Rovers. Brighton vs. Plymouth. Palace vs, Luton. Qilltrtgham vs. Newport. Grlmcby Norwich vs. Reading. Queen's Park vs. Southampton. Swlndon VI. Mlllwall. enter tho Herald Poothall Com- petition in accordance with the rules anil conditions announced above, and agreo to accept the pub- lished decision aa final and legally binding. Slgnei........................... BROKE TWO- RECORDS. TANK SWIMRIING TORONTO, Novf tank coriia were broken at the centrai'y last night by the visiting 'Austr'aliah Olympic swimming team. William Herrold swam 100 yards In B8 4-5 sec- onds, lowering 'the previous mark two second it-.'....... Frank Beau repairsL .swan 200 ymrts In 2-5 seconds, a new record. Miss Lily the cham- ilon lady diver, of Anstralia and Keith ClrWand gave a splendid exhibition of ancy diving. It is the Intention of the Australian earn-to olhsr'points In Canida; INVITE NEW YORK, tfbv; fcnc era have the Amerl :an Fencers' League to send a" team 0 tho United States next spring to compete for an 'international'.trophy. tie of constructing tho'team'wrecieij by tho'.'- oiposuro of crookedness in the 1919 world's A. swner of the While: tor lave offered approximately tor. three members of the Baltimore Orioles. .A bid of for, two St. Paul piayera is also rumorgd. The men sought from Baltimore are Jack Benlley, left-handed pitcher; Bill Holden, and Boley, a prom- Ising.Bhortstop, iVq. u: Bentley broke 'Into baseball a'a V' pitcher with: the" During tlie-past season fae 'played first." base and pitched, his record behig .SS? at bat and-slztoon ifict6riers.' He iiiiue twenty honie Holdea, at one time with the Yank-' .365 In 1920 'and' wae the cluo's. best a 'star fielder.'- Max Bishop, tho second man, also has been mentioned In con- n'e'ctloh with the deal. 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