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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SDC THK LE1T1B1UCGE IfERALD NOVEMBEU 18, 1019 BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus THERCt A AT CCCR AND HE IT "TOO THE MASTER OFTKC HOUSE- I v -v v LEONARD KAYOES DUFFY TULSA, Okls., Nov. Ucany Leonard, of York, champion .of the knocked out Jimmy Uuf- (y. ol Loctporl, N. y.. hero to- night In the second round. JACKSON WON1 EASILY HUFVALO. .V. Y.. Nov. Willie .acksu'u, of New York, outpointed Jake' Scosolfer, of Uuttnlo, io u Id round bout liere toolgbt. JacttaOL knocked Schacffor tlofto five times: tn Iho UTBI round and once In the lust, but wan uualilo to nul hlni ouL The men ate Itgblvrclfihla. "MICKEY" UcKAY BOOSTS HOCKEY HERE v Fourth Team of City Hockey League Assured; To be Strong Aggregation Jack Taylor Ready to.Get Behind and Pilot Fourth Team Nichols, Former Coast Star, Now in Have Strong League of Five Teams Shaping Up Strong. Decision by the RoUrians to beck the intermediate a league rather than to put a team wearing tht Rotary in tfip.scnigr Icagu? a call being sent out yesterday President Dinning of the senior Icssue-'for volunteers to oc- a fourth team for the league. And the team wasn't long in organizing for ten minutes alter Jack Taylor o( the Taylor Hard- ware Ca. was on the job and a learn backed either by himself to be Known ss the Taylor Hard- wares or-a team representing the merchants wj'ff be out there (he w.hislle blows for the first eame, have SIK men lined up al- said Mr. Taylor Lo the Herald, srd there must be a OT good material in the city not yet uncovered. We will have no trouble putting a good 'strong' team on the Jack is a lacrosse and hockey player himself of no mean ability and will likely be manager of the team. Thon he has Reg.' Mc- who was one of the local -slars a few years ago. Joey Csl- latian, one oF the best "goal era in the city will also be signed on though he not be able to participate in all games because of, hie railroading activities.' C. Schweitzer, and a new man named Harvey and a and one Others art availabfs. Then'there" U who is now mak- ing LetSbridge his He was formerly one of the stars of the coast league. If Mickey Mc- Kay is reinstated In- Calgary there shouldn't be any trouble in getting Nichols lined up to play in Lethbrldge. Anyway he vjll be available as a coach. There ars a couple of travellers who played fast hockey In the east who will also be out with the Taylor crew. So President Din- ning needn't .worry about hie four teams, It is likely that a meeting wilt be called soon of representatives of all the senior teams to arrange rirfes, a schedule and to'fix things up with the L.A.A.A. who are pro- 'lei. The Veterans are there with bells'. Billy Henderson promises to be the star of ihsir oullit. He was considertd so good by Cal- gary an offer was-made to him to in-the Calgary city." league this winter. With bunch there will be something doing. The'MounLies have a strong ag-. gregation. Tne boys are already in trim and with their P.T. every mornjng they wil! be ready to Ufce the ice in the of physl'" cal condition. The Bankers arc unknown quantity, but they have a Viumber of QooA players to build around, and it is the league's In- tention to see that the teams are fairly evenly matched so that Lethbritfflft's hockey revival will the city mad and get the fans out by the thousands. The rink Is costing the L.ArA-A. a lot of money and U behooves the citi- zens to support both hockey and skating whin the time comes. Meantime Lethbridge, Taber, Coathurat, Macleod and Pincher Creek are practically all organiz- ed (or the season, and as soon as the Lethbridge city organ- ization is out of the way a rr.eet- ing will be here to frame up the Crow League. McCOURT LEADS IN BILLIARD TOURNEY CLEVELAND, Ohio. Xor. By wlnniog two ol fonr games, Charles McCourt, of Cleveland, wen I [nlo the lead In tha three cushion bil- liard chatnplgoahlp tournament, ivlth six games won and one lost. McCourt toulgrtt dcfoiled CtarlC3 OMs, the Brooklyn veteran, to 37, in 64 Inn liDgs. U. I'. CanrcfHX ot New York, has won five games and lost one. IxMh'bridsc rcceiui] a visit today Irom Mlckoy McKay. 'am ous puck '.v ti n Is unrt Or- rie.trs MicX- Is whor- cvtr lie socs, a till >vuuld 'k-i glud lo Take part [n an exhibi- tion gime here during liie whi- ter io tJip Jeague Ho says he is strictly auialour now. is not ilpptuding on hock- ey for a living, but is giMlnig ready lo run for the legislature Cf JlOUre Of COUIlUDUa OI1 ihe laraers' ticket, pur- chased a firm iu Alberta which lie (s deleTiiiiDed to make a v v v v v v v v v v OUT OF IE EG i Dominions Stage Struck and Didn't Howl Up Io Their Usual I'orm KEUY, III HERB f N'urhliig wonderful in Ihe way uf I j scores ivas set up ai Ihe Dominion t Alleys last nigM when ihi I look l-A'o oni cf tlirei1 from the Do The Veterans lost the first. Ibut slagc fright nliaoKcJ Ihe Douiiu- ions in the (wo encounters and they lost Hie second by 23, while Ihoy were one Than an oven century down In the ihird. The Vets stepped uut in the !nst game to show what (hey do, itiling up 235. Harvey Schweitzer wHb CS was high single and Sinclair with 140 had hlgti total. FoMowing are (he scores: VETERAN'S Freestone Wllletts..... C. Sclmeiizer "Iron Horse" Doesn't Make Sinclair Friends With Anv and Nelson Kcbcr is All Business on Track IH. Sctn I Smith Followers ol ttc turl have liad some tboroughtred which tliey liavc placed upon z. pedestal. The object o[ their affections may- not have been tie jrcalest performer of the year. Imi because of sotna outstanding quality ich compelled their admiration they TC loyal -sroetber victory or defeat ivas the pufli-ja o[ their Idol. The most recent ot turl celebrities to acquire a following Commander J-. 1C. L. Hofs' Dill? Kelly. This pftc- liomenal gelding, which was bred Jerqomo B. Hespais at Erlanger, Ky., is one of the greatest racing icacnines [he turf has ever Known. He was a rearlins when bought for F. Poison of Buffalo, who passed him oa to Commander Boss for aL atoga the next summer. As a two- year-old he started 17 times ana won U races, MDSI of Ihcm wHb big weight up and agaiost the best of hh age. Hero of Kentucky Derby H was prophesied that he would he. of no account as a three-year-old, but j 1 Isl 61 41 17 2S v U. S. FOOTBALL v Saturday Gamaa East Vjle C, 1'rfnceton 13 Syrnc-ujie 3, Colgate 7. I'ilisbiirig o. Pennsylvania li, Harvard 23. Tutis 0. Dartmouth fl, Hrowii 7. Perm State 20, Cnrr.eU 0. Army Vllln NOVA 0. N'avv iti, Colby o. WREI Virginia SO. Rutgers 7. fl, Georgia Tech. 27. C5, Columbia 13. Philllns-Anover ]9, PltilMjis-Ks fi- ler 0. I.afnyctle Trinity t'aihollc university Q. .Maryland Veterans 13. Delaware- 0. Swrtrlliinore Vrsinus 7, Franklin and Marshall 0. Lehigb 33, Mubleiiberg 7. IJnrerford 7, Dickinson 7. YVesuiiimtcr 0, Allegheny 0. Williams 50, Amherst 0. Wejiloyan 27. Columbia 33. Lafayette 35, Triully 0. Delaware D, Swarthjnore 17. L'rsinus 7. Franklin and Marstiall 0. 1 Lehigli S3, Mulilenberg 7. Johns Hopkins 30, Western Mary- Cornell Freshmen 19, Penn. Slate Fresh in 14. Johns Hopkins 30, Western Mary- land 6. Haverfonl 7, Dickinson 7. Tennessee 33, Cincinnati 12, 21 43_ Washington nnd Lee 25, University 3rd To I. isr DOMINION'S 1st 2nd 41 45 ;j .ngnl WE WILL YOUR CAR THOROUGHLY ANY HOUR DAY OR NIGHT FOR LETHBRIDGE MOTORS, LTD. HAVE Y.OUR RADIATOR RE-CORED Bclcre Lhc Rusti, l-j ANDY THE RADIAYoa MAN 418 Fifth SI. S- RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS Get yoiir Next Retread By Us- SECTIOfJAL AND EROKSN BEADS OUR SPECIALTY arc speclnliais ID Vulcan- izing Waders. LtlUridie Vuboiziee Worts 712 Third Av.-.nuo SouU) PHOflE 16E4 AUTO OWNERS We markc Slorm Ctirtntns glass lights, and radinlor cuv- ere. Everything for the Auto Tops LETH- BRIDGE AUTO TOP DEPOT Gib Street Kcxl lo Ucral'J OKlco C. T. BLUNT, PROP. K-W, Service Station Service Slallon for the fnmona Afnjaeios. All makes ot rangnct05, eencralors, coils ro- paired. Poll slock ot repair narl.i car- ried. All work guaranteed. MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. Ell 4th Avenue' South PHONE 7U We Have Installed a Full Equipment for Repairing AUTOMOBILE RADIATORS Can handle all makes of can. Freel and Elliott SHEET METAL WORKERS 336 SIXTH STREET SOUTH. PHONE 1713. NEW GARAGE We have opened a fully equipped ami in clmrge or coin. anrl experienced mechan- ics. We can liniullc nil kind.-? of general repairs for nil fcinds u! cars. In addition io General Repairs We Have the Ford Service Agency Parln'drje, Dominion and Maltese Cross Tires ALL OUR WORK (3 GUARANTEED Warm Storage for a Li mi lid Number of Cartr VIMY AUTO REPAIR SHOP THE ADAMC BLOCK, THIRTEENTH ST. N. S. F. WIL30N W, TULLOCH ;