Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
fAGBSiX D.-Ml.Y NOVEMBER 26, 1919 "BRINGING UP FATHER7 By G. McManus OF THERE! ONCE IT_; ME WLH I A A .j FIGHTERS STALLED: FINED ticfcey MacKay ahd Many Oth- ers Are Placed in Good Standing in Amateur Ranks (Calgary Albertan.) n.) cler "The unanimous 'ctarafler of tho feeding of Ihe board of governors of .the Alberta branch, of ILe Amateur Athletic.Unlon or ciuada at the hoard attornoon is ample proof of Lhe reasonable aU'ludc Tkbich has been slates dwr-Creneral president of ib4 branch. cirdSiWtlcti Trere granted were given to lEiij standing has refer association the question arising out of the meeting held bj the Dcmlnion union at Ottawa. "We have ndsefl considerable storm Ihrouetont rarlona pan of Ihc Do- DL'l.VTH. Minn.. Nov. Saiu- Lansford. IJoMuu negro notl Jack Thonip- son. Pblladelpbia negro heavy- weight, whose Eight here Mon- day was sloppeil by the referee because tlio men "sM ailed." hftvo been fiucd SiW each by a reprove niiitive of ihc .Minnesota lioxiug euni- misslon lie re. The money will be turned over to two orphun homes. The. Herald Is uut to boosl skating and hockey this winter. Especially .ire ivo boosting for inlerniedlatc vi hockey tor they are Ihe hoys who will form our senior teams In a coupln. of For tills reason we arc ulntl the Holarians nro behind the iater- mediate league ami wo hope thai tho fact that this live organization has dc- v v v v v v v elded to gel behind and boost will rc- lanU in ivlde public patronage. Xoth- oiher branches would follow the encourages tha boys like seeing a ample set by Alberta the time would on the siflelines cheering ,lhem not he far distant when tliere would i be nothing but pure nmateurs and out kh -iesms assured, the ;ind out pros in Ccnada. Today there J HeraW m counting on from van. ara camouflaged amateurs in all pror- inces but Alberta. Vote of Thanks 11 with regret that the branch was forced lo accepl [he resignation ot Leroy Chuwn as secretory. A vole of thanks was tendered him for Lhe faithful work he accomplished during his many years in oHice. Frank Mc- -Pficrson. of Edcionion. was etecled ration" by ouT'wflonflnirihe'airTs sccrelnry to replace Mr. Cbown. while clear now. Our acllon In tho rery Thai iE- D- Ballrum. of football fame, was matter is the best and I am prepared 1 elected assistant secretary. Mr. to sUnd by il lo Ihc last dllch. ThejCnown was added to the lisi of eov- rt'e open for us is to abide j ernors. as well as Cant. Robert Pe; ihe regulations laid down al Oi- son- WDO ha5 f probably slauncheM supporter of amateur ous quarters for tho R fourth. A Lhrcc team of intermediates In a town the size o The Bolshle i piny al (Jaiiie starts of Lctlibrtflgo Is not large enough. and anyway a three leaLi league is a j ,______ikLV-lj-lJ ralher awkwurd combination.' So- It' thcro .ire any up to tlie age of 20 who cati skalB'wdl and who would lite to learn the game. the sirartJug- editor would like lo hear from him. Wo'ought Lo hate 20 can- didates for the team lii '.short order. The Herald has tho promise from former Winnipeg player I ravel led In fasl camp; belli to coach tho build up a real team before (he end bus? floodinE'thYrliii and in good stiapE .layer who Ma ,cl her To those any Ibal he will wllo ilio rink joys along, and (his year jTauriirfce' May be two Groups Formed For Crow Hockey Teams ng for I.eth along the line are wall- ridge to take the lead I Ottawa Resolution The. parent body at Its Ottawa ECS- s.'pn passed a resolution "that B.pnl'r.i- the 'tealn5- hs been wailing In the province for year The Alberta Dig Four Hockey asso- ciation with CapL Pearson, president; ?nd J. A. ilcCaw secretary; made inrtito league organized before launching into the dutricl camyaign. Ilut Lhis week will see the. city coai- In f ernb'fs were-tm- ply assured of the boaa tided br Ihe Id whom-- rein- statement waa granted. 'It. is a' happy nDialeur sport ihat there is.ajirm detennina- thai no'camouflage Jof any kind irill be permilteU acd Ihe large attend- governors from" outside points and the continued Interest ar.d thought i aud'busy whlch-lhese men have given to ihe problems which hive confronted them IK an Indication 01" oar firm inteuiion clean Bportin a clean prpvlocc.. I am very proud lo be 1 'AlberU has trlUi ihem. certainly earned in Manitoba. S3 a kale he and BHlish Columbia may be consid- oi Ihe' province" provided "Thai all such applications' bo rriade before Jauoary. I. 1920, applicants furnish an affidavit declaring lhal reinaln an amatenr fur accepted. Barney Collteon made applicalion lor afCiliation on bchalE of the I "Winter Sports' which was accepted. A. D. Edmonton, in hinalion put over diUrkl ylll then get under There sueuis to be a difference of opinion among the clubs of tho Crow line as to the formation, of the district league- I-ethhridgd- land Taber are strongly of the opinion." to the train service, it wili he necessary to chop the league eif at Macleod; mak- p as T ers will ho placed" and'lhVerecn cur- lers and newcomers Introduced early- It Is the wish of the secretary thai Lhe skips hand him Lhe personnel ot their rinks at onco. Tlieso will bo published from time io tltne within the neit ten days, no one will be ovorlooked. The following sklpa arc get bi'isy. If any skip has bccri left out-the oyerslehl Is nol Intcntlohal-f-wd are busy! These skips gainer your''rlghUng. J. A. Reid, J. K. Simpson, C. E. Car- PinctiEr in 4he league, all teams play- berry. D. D. J. Shepherd. Ing Pincher nnd Pincher playing away L. Wi Jrip; Llvle, from home would have to lose Iwo K- D. Jiis. days for a single game which Is more Leod, Duncan ;Du'ff, II.'-H. Devldson, Ihan most of the boys feel they can X. 13. Peat, Hugh Hoyd. W_ .J. Nelson, afford to lose. BuL with Dow Dr. J. S. Stewart. Archls McCorvIe, Taber, and Macletxl only H. J. H. Skelth. Dr. Marrs, W. L. Mc- n" the eastern group nil games could Kenzle. J. S. Klrkhdm. played with a mini muni of time j A.'G. Baalim, J. F. llainillon, Andy iT Crom. borne on tbe part ot Lhe I Spoil, Scott, Dr. players. t :Thc HeraII would suegcsl that as soon aa possible rcprecentalfvea of all the line wilh a league. This Is be- lieved lo be possible by Cole ID an. Dlairniore and possibly the Frank teams in a second group. motion ol basketball.' A committee Ihe remainder ol'lils The resolution also provided lhat none have flRurcd In profes- sional' sport-after October 1. 1319, shall be eligible for reinstatement. In handing out reinstatements to all appl'.callou, Saturday, fie Alberta branch abided by the Ot'.awft decision. Tt'e mecllng which was _....._____ preFided tr Brig.-GeD. McDonald hare the'-nominion chanrpion-twmpleted k whale lot of business ot held within her bauodar-! within an boyr. It was the jes." systematic manner and the co-opera- reinstatement of all that he recelred which made the athlete Tho made application one of the most harmonious araateur cards, was la order at tin I fu lhia province. Each ap- Srealest rcprc-scnlatlve. raeetlne erer j plication, was reai out singularly and. held bylho Albcrla A'raateur Alhlel'eU" passed unanlmoaaly wllb As'EotlalloD Altogether' there wer1? I enenilon of ono from Tim Dunn, "ol 13 et-pros in line (or reinslalernent) E, Wlgga, of Kdmon- and lodsy 16 of "thcm'.are as clean and 3. Griffith, of Edmonton; llie driven snow. The card's o( three t wliluh" wore referred tor more advice the applicants -were laid ay J about Ihcir professional career. When consisting of Dr. Turner, Innisrail; Race, Edmonton; Slanicy Calgary; and Judge Jackson, Ijridge, was appottiled ID er.couragc basketball. Want Dominion Mt-t Joe Driscoll, of Edmonlaii, made a plea to endeavor lo have the Dominion championships held in Alberta next year. The secretary was instructed o write the parent body regarding' this mailer. Tbe president and as- j slslanl secretary were appointed a-j committee lo draft Ihc constitution. H vtas decided Lo bold the annual meet- ing next spring. This irouM leave Is very anxious lo gel inlo It, out In ihe cold unless sometning were done lo provide the fans ID! the of The whole situation should be.talked; a1 Southern Alberta II soclaUon formed, If II Jthe> did not have a record of their j McKay's application was prc- UP11N1H MONTREAL. Xov. cluba In closing the meellng, the most im- will operate winter in the national portaal. and best handled In the hia-j professional hockey league- 'This was lory ot the associat'on, Brigadier- fiencral McDonald Ihanktd Ihe errors for standing behind hfni nobly in his which h'u asaurcd at Ihe first executive meeting of (he professional executive here on Saturday- The season's schedule will comprise Canadians, representing vroaltl bu to the Inleresl of Montreal. Ottawa, Toronto aotl Quc-" "pr6-happcnlnB--5 on Ihcir forms. How.! Edited by President McDonald, It IB no dcubt hut whai-lhcy passed hurriedly, T. A. Gaetz, d? !'-ed when tho iDformallon is i Deer, moving Its adopLlon> wbllo Bar- ney Colliseii, of Banff, seconded iL Among those al the meeting were fleneral prczldenl; Lc- ror CliDft-D, Col- 'llson. BanK: fiealtle, Medicine illni; Deacon White, Joe -Moir, C. E. i illncc. 11. J- Roache, G. Jno i i Drlscoll, FranSr McPherson, Edmon- 1 ion: T. A. Gnclz. Hdl Deer; Dr. Tur- Innistail; II. JI, Dobsoa, Hanna; I Sthuli-y Ureiil, Howard Kelly, Calgary. Those Reinstated Tlic first application for reinstate- ment lo. be considered was one from :VI1I Crowlcy. He was overscaB lour 'years and played pro hockey Jn Ed- monton three years. Cordon R. lionr played ball in Calgary iln 1'. IVlndsor playecl 20 min- with, Wanderers. C. K. Kelly plnj'Cd Iwo minutes ivlth ;coiivc-r .MilliniiAirrs in J10S. J. 'A. Rirbour., a, local, drugglsl, played In i the I'jagije. JI. Graham, Helfl. Ilnlpn IlasFelt 'K. It. f.r.int, H. Day. Johnny Malz. R- II. Mmrhead, ]ilayed in ihe Boundarj Icagut. Mickey McKay and Tlarney Stanley played-In-the Coasl league. ChQ3. 0. Ro--3 played In pro company Ottawa PiltHbuTg. Harry Scott played m Lhe X. II. A. an-J Marl- time Province league. Mickey 0'- Lwry playcfl in tlie Maritime Pro vlnce anJ JJoundary leagues. James IJill was physical director al Alberta university for ono year. Gordon Kt-aU who was overseas played wllli ibe Torbntos in the N'. H. .-V. All tillicrs wlio were assured cards have liccn amaleurj, A. I3ry den, riow'of Kdmonlpn, played for Tor onto proa at one lime, Init n fe-x dayn ago he received an amaleur card Orilrtrlo, Jrt whltcwoshlnB so many'ex-pro; only aboul CJvo of could catch a. plnce in iho big leagues TIOW, tho A. A. A, off wilh a clcai Fhecl., In rnallty they payed the way tor elevating aihatfetrlsti to high egt standard. Thero fa no the fact trial Rrnateur mailers have iKtu-innch muddled upin Alberta foi oreral years, hut were nol nearly as bad here as fn Oatftrlo. Ii clean amateur sport. HERALD'S IE Dominions Win Two Out Of Three Breaking Typos' String of Wins DUTCH CONTROL IT SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. Iho Royal Dutch Shell OH bv Ilrlll.H. capl- hc.corai, all Adjunct ot the j LUI U11U ILHU .UL'LUJLli; ailJUiltl. Ul UJU il, -UritlEh govcrnmenl was made" lodav league was not to. We b-r 0 f G De] Jf wo-Eroups oaf.l and west, Batnfachc Ma.lchappij, lormcd each top ny .oil b ,h t b f Dinch Shell off o'f a home and home ferlea'belwccri group winners at the ecd of Ihc EP.ISOH. 'would tend lo slltnulatc even more' interest we -believe and would provide what should a very lucra; ''B- series to wind up affairs in the spring. The Herald would like to hear opinions from club representa- tives" of onLsklc towns (his proposal. TRANSFER affeations to "ROYAL MINT." It means a round trip L m smoking satisfaction contentment. "ROYAL MINT" is a -non-biting _. nlellow and free buminf. Try a Package Next Trip. I hec. A few (rancJiI-o was granted to Ihe Quetf.r club, which irlli be looked after by illkc nf the club prior lo Lho suspension ol hochej" during the war. -.The old due hec charter, which was apld.to Perc> Qtlinn, of To.-onlo, who'refused to operate It last -was caDccllcd Applications for second tcann from Montreal anil Toronto ..were. _tabled, tho fiearclly ot professional players kes II difficult lo pass on them for the moment. Games will be played on Wednesday and -Saturday nlghls, Montreal and Toronto clubs if 111 hive eight Saturday night fixtures at Wed- nesday night flitureV Ottawa and Quebec will haTe four Salarrlay night Dcjonge ealil Iho Dntcti laws prescribe that (be majority of tho directors of any concern operating in Uie Dutch Kast Indies shall be Dutch citizens, Ihus obviating, any, (langor of foreign control. SCREENINGS FOR MANITOBA FARMERS Nov. H. Evanj. dtfpiity minig'lcr an- nounced (odor lhal lie had secured 10 cars of screenings for tho [arirers ot Manitoba. Trio price .paid Is" 131 a ton r.oh. Tort 'William. VIENNA PROTESTS N'A. .Nov. have been received from Switzerland to the jcffecl that Ihe Swiss government has LONDON, 5j.-A.plan is under ils position rcBardinB rtlie nil- cons Irteration by the nnli.'h and Am- nilsslon of Ihc province of Vorarlberr; erican Kovemmcnls wider which Ihe lo tnc fedoralton. The Vienna gov- Herald ffre pin howlers, league took a beautiful druh'ulni; at Lhe han'ds of Ihe fast colng Dominions Monday nhen thn lalicr took Lwo out of three from 1.he typos.1 The Dominions set up now high single gnme and lo'.al records they bowled 203 In Ihe first nnd MS for Ibe Evans' 82 was high elnglp nnd hli 1S7 high folnl. The; Dominions Llsconibe I'relslz Frecslone :_ HnwWns Allkcna lllaler Whylu 5S "S 2S 70 CO 253 Htrald 17 fliturcs al borne and Ughl Wednes- day. The agreement with Ihe Pacific coasl league, in wblch there arc three years yet lo run. was nol changed. Tbe Barnes will be played under the same rules 33 a year ngo. OL3 COUNTRY RUGBY RESULTS h.vl an e.iSy task ngalnst Hlrttnofirt, winning by four goals and .j fil lric" 15.1 made n Old ..'Merchant's' apllal flgbt against 74 12CJ 230 BARBERS VS. CLERKS The Barbers meel Iho Clcrl-s (piiight In the Kivc-l'in The Jlflrbcrs havo yet win their first game, bul are deter- !ninnf1 !o set j.nlo !bD tol- nmn lonlght at tbe expense of last year's champions. Unlversfly. the Hues only asserting thcinsclvea after exchang- ing ends and winning by four goals ami two trlrs to two tries. Other inalcn'ja were If.irlernilns G, O'uya Kospilal 5. Oxford Unkerslljr 6, Trlnltr, Duh Iln 0. Norlhnnipron 5, Covcnlrj' 0. Newport 10. Cardiff 0. London Irlah 6. Old Alleynlans 21, iJIrkcnhfarl Cl. Mar.chejler United 0 Edinburgh Academlcalft 12, Olas- gon Acadtrnlcals 5. Union Harrow 17, Olilhan 6, J-elKh 25, lialllcy C, C, llramlcy C, Hradfnnl H, Hull Kingston 6, 0, HirMcntloM 28. llnllfax 17, St. FJclcn'8 8. Ko.lgliley 0, II. Warrlngton H, HncliJalo 0. SI. Helen's Mccrratlon 12, Salford 2 Swinlon (i. V.'lrlncn Rugby County Championihif. 3. Tortnnfrw JR. I- >ayment of interejt on adyances hy 'llrltaih and "Hie Unfted .Slates o. tho allies in the course of war, ,nd also on advances by Ihe United i'lales lo Great Urttntn would be post- loncd for three years, it was nunounc- .d in the house of commons today by Austen CriamlicrlaFn, chancellor of the Waihinglon Statement WASHINGTON, Xov. laymenle cm Unllud States loans to he allies may be deferred "until Ihc war reaction it was said to- lay at tlie" treasury. Negotiations tn hls'end are.now being conducted a't he request of, Ihc allies, by off'.cuils explained that Ihc latest advices from he treasury representatives at t'.irtH I dtd not Inclfcatc aa- early concluafon. I TtoBestMst For the inside weaker. Ctme in the and try it. 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