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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta I'AGE SIX -iAti.v ITEHALD MONDAY, NOVUMBFJl 17, -'BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus ,T5 1 LOOK1N' 1 DOC- WHO'tl IT 1 THINK IT VA-i NICE or HIM TO be.no AH Over Calgary in Game Played Saturday at Calgary CALGARY. Nov. SOD'S phenomenal left fool and clea: liralti. backed up by flecl-footed. feQceJ outside winga. helped IU' defeat Calvary Canucks by a score of 13 to 1. for the rugby cham- pionship ot Canada bire Sat- urday afternoon. Perfect weather, liut wuJ inklf deep In some [ilacts, prevented ih i TABER, XOT. recent sue- l cesstul drive of Lbe Curlias Ciub for I ao enlarged membership, and Ihe re- Scent coid weather, up J the hockey fans to the tfolnt where i arraTiBemenla have already been made _'_lfor putting a team on the ice at Lhe earliest opportunity. At a recent meeting ot the hockey enthusiasts, ihe Taher Hockey Club was formed, and on sizing up the available material It ivos found tbal fourteen good husky players at least could be obtained. On -Friday evening IBS! another meeliug was heli in. Ihe office of -B. B. Tain- ter Co., C. H. Jell acting as chair- man: It was announced that the stat- ing'rink had been taken, over, and the weather being suiiifte, nil signs painted Lo a favorable season. Offi- I cars were elected as follows: Hon. A. J. McLean. H. Jell. Coolie. J- Hourtgan. TVrigbL D- Anderson. aubscriplJon lists were made out. i'nnd _this .week fixed on for the cail- VETS AND DOMINIONS TONIGHT IN 5-PIN LEAGUE The Dominions and Veterans are scheduled to bowl tonight ibe fire pin league. The Veterans are chesty alter win- ning from ihe Clerks, and ex- pcct to clean up all three games this evening. In Spite of His Forty Years He Can Stilt Bent Ihe Hcsl The veteran, Alfie Shrnbb. who left lor Kuglaud early this fall lo campaign over bis old stanipint; ground, made gooU. lie started out; by losing a race against a horse at bis old liomc luwii, but hsjChairmnn came right back at Preston Park. Brighton, by jiving Billy the Snssci iirofessional champion. 200 yards and a beauug al five miles v v o in 27.31 He won by ITO laps, There were people al Lbe race. He followed tbis by beating K. Mil- cbell, of' Brighton, at Crawley. He gave him 200 yards start anil did 27.06 for the five miles. At Woihing, September 27, he defeated a ihren- man relay. Shrubb Is now coaching Oxford university Lraek Leaio and sill not be back before April. He was very much disappointed :hat be did not get a crack al Me- Rae, Ihe Scotch wonder. McRae ;ook sick the last ot September, and tea retired until tbe spring. Call Him '.'LHLIe Wonder'' _ vass. A letter was read from the Plnchcr-Creek teapi, urgioe ihe Torma- of a league, to include Fiucber Creek, .Macleod, Lellib ridge, and J Taber. TTic secretary inslructed to re- j ]ily in favor ol sach a IsEjue, and.ure- "Vine the appointment of delegates ,U> a aiblc. at JJelhbridgo as soon as pos- There is no donbl the hockey pot at i Taber Is boiling merrily, and It is hc- a good elropg aggregation can on Iho ice, which will raaka other towns go some. Wilbur i boot won't 1st him engage ID the .actual, strife at present, hnt as manager he Intend a lo inject plenty o' Jazz Into' the game this BOM 98 IBS. World's Flyweight Champion Announces He Won't Tip Scales al 100 Pounds NEW YORK. NOT. Jimmy Wilde, world's flyweight champion, spent an hoar last night with Ihe rules committee of the International Sport- Ing club, which 13 drawing up a. new set of boiing laws, "Wlldfe Illustrated sereral of the clinches and blowa that are barred in England. He eUo ed lha! Jos Lynch, repeatedly fouled liim in their light by strik- Shrhbb ea that his dickey legs of Jockey Club is Target for Bitter Attacks in New York ing Lira i the palm of (.he gloro ID are hi excellent shaue and says that tie can do 25 50 for liva miles. Thai is prelty fair ivark; for a 40-icar-oM man. Jn.' England they call him "The Lit lie "Wonder." Alfred Shrubb was born nt Slinrord. Snssei, on De- cember 12, 1S79. His height is 5 feet C inches, and ula Tveight about 122 pounds. He has tealen all the most famous men and created records in Canada, N'nw Zealand, Australia, United States, England and Scotland. Holder of Most Records Ke Is the holder ol more running records than any other man In the world, alive or dead, acd today is still unbeaten from two lo ten mile3 since he created the world's records at Lhe above distances. The only handicap Lhe world's ciiiinipiuQ ever received was when lin entered his first race at Horsham Blue Star Harriers in SDS when Fred J. Spencer conceded ilm 53 yards In a mile race. August BelmonL has become target or probably the most violent attack ever aimed at a racing executive. And cries for his removal arc sha.t- lerinjj the quiet of tba Empire slate zone. Racing around Gotham has fallen into evil ways Belruont seems LO have done noihiug Lo rectify matters. As long as he doesn't act no one. ran all the whtlc tbe long suffering racing public suffers only the more. And, if Uelmont and his lackadaisi- cal associates continue to fail Lo Lake action to purify the game, there's the likelihood ttiat once again racing will bo legislated out of New Laxity in Carrying Out Uuiics in Ihe English is Charged English boxing critics ami follow- ers of the sport are agitating for im- provenicni in ihe conduct of matches throughout the Brillsli Empire. A recent bout in winch Eugene CriQiii, out Walter Ross in tbe fitcoentli round at Holhorn Stadium, served as a cllmai to a number of "regrettable incidents" where referees were crili- sized for lar methods in the dis; charge of their official duties, and McGILL COLLEGE CHAMPS MOXTHKAL, Nor. Mc- Glll is of the Intor- ccllcslate Ttugby Voolball Un- ion as a rfcsull of the lo 1 de- ICJ.L it adnilnlslcrccl lo al the Molsons Sladluin here Saturday. nieiit on tbe English officials. The LoDdon Times of recent date has the following io gny Only One Blow Struck "ft must be remembered, however, lliai (he referee ID a boilng contest [s infine anil thai, as lie Lold tbe meu Oicjul was quite within bis. rights iu knocking out HOES. Thut he did so with reluctance, and after some hc-sitiUiou, WHS apparent lo uvery one.' tliotr hands ami, further, thai 'only one winning struck in tbe fifteenth round, is quite understandable as regards Criqut. He naturally was bewildered by the noise and hubbub Lhal was going the British crillca and followers oMarouod him; he TVOS uncerlain. York and for all time. about cveYyihing nauseating an open-hand blow. The England fly- weight was accompanied by his train- er, Denny Wllliama, and bis English manager, Dare Hoghes. staled lhat he weighed abont .03 pounds, and enter the ring jelweca three and, five pounds lighter during his American bouts, lie i 5 feet 2 inches tall, and carried tno's of his height above the waiit. He has aptly termed a pocket edillon Bob ntzsimtnons. His tiret lout In Lhis country will be a ten-round no-decision conlesl against Vogel al Milwaukee. Day or the following Xew Haven promoter has made an offer ot for Wlldo to meel Roy .Moore, of St. 1'aul, la a la-round Had No Trouble Winning Over ff SPORT NOTES v 'I' v v KcrgcauL Guy Empcy is managing .he "Treat 'Km Hough" basketball team in NEW Yori. In Us 46-years of existence the (Jrand Circuit has pafd 12 to the money winners in harness racing. Mike O'Dowd Is Lo receive win, lose or draw, for fighting Miku Gibbons aL.Sl. Paul Ihe latler part of this month. Xot a few New York boxing on- liuslaats are of. the opinion thai Eddie Filzsimnions will be the next lighlweight champion. 'Babe" Rulh, [he home-run king, has" been showing Ixts Angeles fans Lhc longest bit a ever seen in the California city. lhat could happen race course lias happened around Golbaiu parts all Lbrough the 1919 season, fncom- nctcnl judging of races Las been '.be rule, ralher than .the Hcimonl and the oilier high moguls of racing have iivrmltLuil llie offi- cials fo remain ia Lhc tho detriment ot Ihe Charge Doping of Horses The practice of stuffing sponges Into tlie noses of horses Lhat cerlain cliques tlld not V7ant lo be victors in a race became comnaralively com- mon. For months there has been charges that horses Trcrc "doped." Weird and queer rides- by jockeys be- came ol almost dally occurrence. A "jockey ring'1 was at irork whereby certain gamLlcra, acting for the paid sizeable sums or gave valuable presents to jockeya who races according Lo Instructions tbe gambling element, And in Lhc face of all this scandal nolmoDt has "investigated" and Bel mont has that's abou all. Nothing drastic has been coniplishcd for the purification ot racing' game. But Belmont has brought greatest condemnation Lo himself be cause of his apparent "public b damned" a similar Elan concerning Lhe pleas ot horse own crs. Faults Lhc operation of many of Lhe track In the New York especial! the sport arc seeking a remedy lor the situation. Tbe bout in which Gunbon.1 Smith lost on a foul to Georges Carpcnllcr, rcncb idol, In 1314, Is being recalled o memory, together with a match in hich t'ririui was knocked out by omray Noble, as Illustrating lhat omething is wrong with the way nglish referees discharge the duties nslrustcd to them. In both Instances i ere was considerable adverse criti Lsm.heaped on the officials ot Lho outs Jor the manuer in which (he ontesta, ended. The more recent Criqui-Ross match retr n. storm of rrotest Irom- sup ortcrs of ROES, who claimed tftat the alter should have won on 3 foul, on he grounds that he was knocked out while the Ecconds oE tho boxers were till in tbe ring and in violation nF tie rales governing boxing matches Concerning Lte latter match a possible remedy for tbe deplorable oiidiiions which attracts adverse COPI the track that hears ME name. Belmonl is deaE lo all picas ist. -what lo do, probably because he seconds were sliil in the ring, but le probably Arrived at Lhe ahovc thul Hie referee was supreme in tbe ring and must be one blow, and won. tor Ross, he had only partially recovered from his knockout in Lhc previous round; he probably did not Know what be was doing wilb. any certainly, "and in such a condition and amid such a scene of tumult, anil confusion, 11 is not to lie wondered at Uiat be stood limply, swaying in the ccnlre of Lhe ring anil put up no de- fence lo the Wow which finished -ltib figiit." Sam Itumler, of the Sail Lake City team, led the Pacific Coast league In hilling; the uast Eeasoii T7Uh an aver- age o[ .312. Sam 'Crawford, ihe former Detroit slugger now with Los Angeles, was second ivith an average OI-.355. Bu for In a recent ball In Oklahoma VWY AUTO RtPAIR SHOP We hare opened a garage fully eqoJpped In charge of com- ft.teul and cipcrlcDced, Tnechan- THE ADAMS BLOCK, THIRTEENTH ST, N. We CAD handle all kinds or general repairs for all kinds of can, In addition (o General Repairs We Hare (ho Fcrrf Agency Dominion and CroM ALL OUR .WORK IS G. F. WILSOK W, TULLOCH JAW, Sask, Xov Clonie Tall had little difficulty In his bout wlih .Jack Johnson, local lircman, staged as the printiral altractlon or Ihe -Slillelh Ttllles' light card here last nighl, and hnd [he artvanlaRf! In seven of the 10 rountla. Johnson put up a garno figbl and forcrd the cham- pion lo eilenti !i I en sell to earn the decision, hut Tail's experience was loo much for httn. .Tail drew bloo'I In i Ihc eighth round, tut Johnson carac I (jack strong and had Tail's nose bleed- ing at the end o? the ninth. In Liu tenth round IriH hnnl for Walter Johnson, the Washington star, struck out IS batsmen and won hta 3 to -2, Hev. Harl Ulackman, whose clever- ness az A boxer has won htm Iho title of "the lighting i3 going lo referee bouta at Kansas City. The Colgate football team received a guarantee of {SfiO for the game In which It delcaled Princeton, but It Colgate over to maXc Lhe rip to Prinoelon. New England is (o lose its great- est roinsman, Walter Cox. The New, rating pilot Is, lo move ils to Intliana, where a per- manent home will be located. "Chic" Jlarley'F wonderful all- ant] Johnson clearly In I bad coudftfon when the Ilnnl gong 'sounded, Johnson won n slight In Lhc third and ntnlb rounds, the second1 being ercn and Tait won Ibc 'remaining seven. Mfcker Graham, ol Heglna, handled Ihc -big bout. Johnny Orlffllh, the Akron welter weight, wJH sail for Kaglanl Dec. -T !o meet Johnny fJasham, the UriLlsh Trelterwelghl chiimplon. work on (ho Ohio Stale Uni- foothaLl loam liaa led 'A nnrn bcr of gridiron crillca lo proclainf" him Lhe greatest star of th.i season, long will "r'rcd FnUon bn ablo to withstand Champion Jack Doinp- if pair meet neit month? It took Ucuiufcy Jmt 18 seconds lo put Krtrl ihe lar.t time Ihey ncr. Foster Siiilord. tlic Itulgers foot- ball coach, doesn't believe in indivi- dual cridlron stars 'or the success of the leant, Ile "Give a with (he right methods anil jusl an avcrngc Hfjuacl of players." Vjllar Kyronen, N'cw York long distancr rnnncr, Is rapMIy re tjpe'rallng dfler an attack of pnnn monla, which struck him low on the eve of his slarllnc fn (he ICQ mile national cbamplonzhlp run. charges that would heighten interest In racing and make conditions far more pleasant all around. It coat ihe masculine race lover 53.30 to enter the race tracks of New Vork. And for that turn the spec- tator gets less racing than he does by paying a trlflb more lhari TiaU that sum for admission to the Maryland and Kentucky tracks. Advertising for Beimonl explained one Individual, "LLo Job 13 a-lverliMlng for Elclraont on the other side of th't water, lie lias many business inlercsla In Knff- lanti. Uting chairman of Ihe Jockey club here makes the English Ihlnk lie la a great and that gives IJcTmont prrsonal publicity and Ihe same tMng for his firm. In oLLer words, JJclmom is holding onto his Jockey club Job JusL to Impress Ueimonl has endured in his pres- ent job since racing was revived in Vork parts. And for several he ruled -.viUioui a questioning ol his authority or methods. Uut along Iti 1'jlS the "race track slltk- thai no one was really afi'nirfi, began to cxccult some quaint tricks. Through the since then they have become emboltlcnctl btcairso few evcir were Aufl In 15Ui condtliona be came such Uut. they could hacdly he worse. result Is thai racing has in New York state from one-time clean and lolly plane into the rr.uok of ridicule and obfloua dls Lo a jilaco where to a alrtlc where evil days have tome and will alay, to Ihe ullcr ruin ation of the nnlcaa Ijclmonl gets htiay In a hurry or until llclmonl "fired" from hln Job rand' a com man [a pu.l to blK place. Fit-Reform Suits represent the real economy of high quality, as distin- guished from the false economy of low price. McKELVIE 8c McGUIRE MiTHHRID'GK Tlie Best Exercise For ihe inside worker. Come in the afternoon and try it. Dominion Bowling Alleys Basement, Dominion Bldfl- LIVERY We meel all trains. Hospital caltt. Phones: 1142, 428, 369. Special Hales on Country Trips. .1 SPENCE BROS. 1 Lcthhridge, Alt a. OH AUTO LIVERY Special Service on Country Trips. nones 787 RMldence 1210 RETREADING DONE BV EXPERTS Gel your-'Ncxt Rctrrad Dent. By U... SECTIONAL" AND.8ROKFN BEADS OUR SPECIALTY We are spcmlists m Vulcm izlng Waders.. Yilcii'mi( Wtrks 712 Third Avanua .South PHONE UM AUTO OWNERS We martte Storm CurUlns glass and ratllalor cov-' ers. Everything for Ihe Auto Tops 5 THE LETH- BRIDGE AUTO] TOP DEPOT till Sired Neil to Herald orrico G. T. BLUNT, PROP. K-W. Service Station Servicn SIMton for Uie hmom K-W Slagnelos. All makes ot magnetos, Eencralon, colls pnircd. Full otock al repair psrls car- ricil. All work guaranlcfld.. MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. til 4th Avenue South PHONE 73t We Have Installed a Full Equipment for Repairicg AUTOMOBILE RADIATORS Gin handle all makes of cars. Freel and Elliott SHEET METAL WORKERS 336 SIXTH STREET SOUTH. PHONE 1713. WELDING Car Repairing AGENTS FOR GRAY DORT CARS RUMELY ENGINES The Lawford Welding COMPANY 2nd opp. LtUibrldgt Hotfl 1544 HAVE YOUR RADIATOR RE-CORED (he Rasli, br ANDY THC RADIATOR MAN 411 Fifth It, 1. ;