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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE IJJTHBPIDOE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY NOVEMBER UP FATHER By tMcManus CROW WORK IN HERE OH: ARE. WELL KNOWN IN HERE 11 ft Genuine Pleasure to Dine Here There are so many features of dining here that make JOB leave with an anticipation of coming again. The food, the service, the environment, the entertainment, the cool, iresh' aiaipsypere, iiie courteous attention are all Ideal. The Silver GriB C. E. MOORE, NCR. Cor. Fourth Avt. 'tnd Fifth St. 'Cj Lethbridge Students Win Two Basketball Games in Well Hat; Girls Representatives 'of Gas City No Match for Ihe Local and Com- bjnatipn Work Were Too Much for Home Team, JiasketbaH rtprc- .Rt Medicine Hat last night yop victories. The Gvrls frorn [the high school were right on the 2nd won out by. a of to ten over the ,ttw Hat. T.ht ,won .their by a score o( forjy-fpur Ap pils is ftif firat for or seven -Hurt the school ijojen wffWnttd by flret {Mass girls' basketball icim anjj yew .they have a peach. George McKJHpp has spent a lot of )Ume 'In training them and Jhe glMs Have, 'turning out to practice week and last night's results from the Hat ___thow'the good returns. The Teams girls' team as announced before leaving for the Hat was Florence Miles, Carriithers, A, Simpson, Scott and Mac- boys A. Qreen, G. Young, W. Ridpath, G. Morrls- tn, Fawns. In connection with the boys' Jeam ffpnv echoyl Leth- Bridge fans expected a victory. They know that the local school tjat the fastest aggregation 1 of hoopers that has been seen lo- yally; for some time. The boys were wanting game with tfie Hat ap_d thty apparentJy were In good shape for Ceorge Young was off the doc- ijgt for Jhjfi game and was able to Inject considerable I If; into the team. The Combination work was splendid. The students have payjng a great deal of attention to th.ts. iriost jmpprtafri part of their (jarne and they have it working to perfection. Both games were fought STECHER FAILED TO THROW PAIR ROCHESTER, N. Y., Nov. Stecher, word's chatri- plop wrestler, failed to Ivan KaranoS, a Russian and George "ftirniur" Bailey New in an hour and a half til a handicap match here last Stecher threw Karanoff.in 39 minutes 40 sec- Bailey was on his feet up. Successfully Defended Light- weight Title in Struggle "SVith Joe AVelling NEW YORK, Nov fd, the world's Jlghtweight champion defended .title and Trarn Langford He's not a thing of beauty, nor a par- afon of He has a sawed-off body, and a grin- ning sable His fighting are many, be has battled with the best Since lie days of Tommy Ryan, and Jack Root, and Tommy West. He Is very, very toiay the game of slam Has extremely few performers who will take a chance wlih Tham! taps will never shake him; he just grins and gallops In, Then he lets his old black mauler fall, terriBc, on the chin! You don't hare to Stall- or demand a faster Tham just hurries in, to get 'em, and to finish up the night. It animals could only talk, Ilie mas- ings bf a circus elephant concerning the people be looks at In a ttasoa would make interesting reading, -of the baseball records any more. For instance, the bases oo balls. Former !y, you could tell at a glaiice what Ditchers were wild and which iiurlere had control. This year It's (he fellow wilh the best control who ably have.the largest number of bases oil balls, on account of the ttany In- AMMHB for a Pass League (Proui Our Own Correspondent) COLEMAN, NOT. A largely at- ended meeting of all interested In jockey was belli.io the council cham- aers on Thursday erenlnB. Mr. Ar- thur Graham was elected to the chair. The purpose of toe meeting was re- hearsed and the prospects for this Executive Committee Officers, along with Chas. Oulmette, Alex Kas- ton, Herdm'an McLeod aud Jack Hush- The intention of the club Is to af- filiate with the Alberta Hockey OBBO- claUon.' i Proceedings are already begun to present and ft is expected that this feu will be one long seriei of suc- cesses from the blowing n[ the vblstle. Last jfeif good, this will be T. r Tbe new. rink la all ready tor the ice. H Is much larger and wider thau before. The square comers have been cut off and SB in the'stupe of an oril. The following .officers were ap- pointed: Father McCormlck: Dinny. S ecrel r Ed. McDonald, and manager- year mentioned. There are quite nlfoirn a league In tie Pass. With the number of hoekeyisU In the at I train service we BOW have, travel be- tween Macleod acd quite' possible and convenient for the teams. In this league it Is hoped that Mac- leod, Ptncher, Blairmore, Fernie and Coleman, may come together. This should make a strong and Interest- Ing' league. The boys hbpo to travel as Taber and Lethbridge dtiring the eea- soc and feel with the present pros- pects'in the team, they can give a good account of themselves. New uni- forms'are being purchased for team; the colors have cot vet been decided- upon, diamond belt, eraplonv the fitle of the cham'pIonBbip, which was jresented to him by Tex Ulckard, ;when be scgred a technical knbrkoiuVover Joe Welltas of Chicago In the .lith round of what was to have been a- 15-round bout at Madison Square Garden tonight, L-eopard fllu not show Ihe effective- ness bt..h1a punches .until Iho 13th found ;w'hen he sent Welling down three times, Welling goipg through (ho ropes on two of.these occasions and was very groggy going to his cor- ner. DUE hitters Frank Johnsing rests beneath slab. Dark mldnlaht, hooch and a taxlcib. Speaking ot W. seeni I? have entirely abandoned the Idea of sending him to St Helena It IB Just as well. Why permit a bustard to infest an cagle'B cage? AKC EGO HOLD THE RECOR JtBW YORK, Nqr. noon SESSJON OF N.Hi A. ANTICIPATED mon; Stecher Will Defend Title- Canada May Get .Some 'Big Contests Baaketbali is Going Strong in Temple Challenge BY HEK (From Our Own Correspondent.) NEW YORK, Nov. ran across ninncTniT w ra fight.1 The season for clanvhuntlBg. Is snoat pver. Blamed shame, -There have had to stand for a "Not for said Jack; "I do promotion merely'a me; like the gai tossen on Wednesday Cards- ce. i n.lKht.wnen they defeated z- chooen from the best tho Can W" ton' sssaeif.tiaa, could produ They pnl'jin good fast combination rush llpoll them t.he desperate utragglp; !thej Curley (old me that h( was getting grip of th6 ferocious clam; 1 ready for a greater eeasoir than we .Ttim Score Cahoon Bros.' .9. Cahoon, 4 C. A. A. day tbe teams' riding in l4cle race at the fwenty second. rP I glmefit armory had rnmTiip.tpri 17M I TORONTO, Nor, National his 11nn' conquest and the hprllng of: bad bore last year, Ihough-he has not- Canooll' 15 Hockey' League, the rival body of limp frame upon the soaking shoro yet completed all-.ot bis plans. Ho in- ,j d Cah'oo 1 1 ____ iP-i_u __ L_U f hat. Id f ,lf A atlH T.ifa 4ha niiliiL DlicrtiratttH the. cnnann trrifh'tlia UULUJ Hockey hold Is Life, and Life of the puli- augnrated the season with the rJUUKUy aaBOCiaUtjn. nOIO. u.m AJH.C ui. me auaaim wii the Gday. tftejr meeting here today. palpitating, red-Wood variety! Slrangler Lewis' iecond I iZvhiiylm Other big uigtfHfll are to ltl_ completed djsciisVfpn' as "The fun of the flght and he said, leading In rnijea qij Iap8r Vfliu exception 01 league, if the St Patrick's and Osterriter, who still trail- ed tjie plher J3 paira one lap behind. Tae cbmpetltors hare now been rid- ing ibfj hours, perupter was In the lead at this stage The, record for 108 hours is held by VPrr) Kgg, who, In 1914, bad a score of miles seven laps. fails io give sufficient proof tliat it will be to saciire jcs Ja Toronto some other arrangement may bft made. Failure to -satisfy the delegates prcs- 'WERALD" FOOTBALL COMPETITION fiUUEI QQVERNiNQ THE COMPE- TITION ARE AS FOLLOWS; 1. Thft competition wi" fec called Tpia Ilerald Compclitlpn. JL be eniltied IQ na many cnlflta AS dtslrt-, entry Is acconipai led by tv-enty- fiVC cents, apd coupois lo iho ber of crjtries i CompetitorH must croas ou! the oairies. of the clubj think w.U crosa out the namfs of Ijolh If "they cojislder a draw nltl reaylt i Coupons can onl> tc tt-ciirrtl from the Bpoi Unjj-Pago oM'he Herald. 6 All rcceUca wilt io re- turned- la The amount anrt ntimbera of prizes will tc every Monday morning for ihat week's ganSea of competltiona will bf ptiDiisKed eycry and to Kuccessfiil co-npclftora will Immed1atel> on iccelpt of confirmation [h? Ath'ettc entries most he pnsttd or dfi- t cfciro nfoM op Fridays. Frilaj iwet- tiurk poSnia outside thft city O( ljQtfibpdg'6 Will bs COOnliltn. J ;IH containing 4 legitimate entry 7, Tha nama addrt-sa of tlic competitor muat ha clearly marked on each coupoi) 8. rrtqat not used as pay- All enirlw nuiBt hi- fldllrfrFiad IA the Ed'lor, ''oqthall Competition, The Herald Lethhridffe. Tdltor's win IMS pnal, 11 Brnployewf of Herald from the glpie" sound good, bqt, oh boy, how about the rustling the long Mile? X BiggfcBt loser IQ Inter. CarJson, 11 0. Woolfe L 0, Cahoon, 2 Jacohs M, Cahoon, 2 Woolfi Long1 Cahoon Broa. 27; C. A- A., 17. Notes Cardatou will have a faster team on Tffhlch Joe Stecher will Stecher a Ball Player flo" -y enl.wlll likely necessltato. Ihe recognl- was much wrestling In Iho last few months. lion of Hamilton the N. H. L. fold. In any ovent, It looks Itko a-lively session. Herald Football Competition ENTRYTORM PLAYED DEC. 4TH ENTRIES CLOSE DEC, 3RD MIDNIGHT Blackburn vs Derby County. Bradford C. vs Manchester 0, Chelsea vs Arsenal. Hgddersfletd ys Bolton- 1 Liverpool vs Burnley. Manchester Ud, vs Bradford, Newcastle va Aslon Villa. Tottenham vs Sheffield Ud. Brlohton Vi Queen's Park. Exeter vs Northampton. Oilllnflham vs Swlndon. Lut6n vs Brentford. Mljlwall vs Norwich. PorUmouth. Newport vs Watford. Reaclinn vs Bristol Rovers. I cntcrilio Herald Com- petition In accordant with tha and condlltona nnnbunccil abov'9, and flgrco lo iiccept tho pub- lished decision as final and legally binding. Signed named He was loo IniBy with that- ball team! ,Th h hl MB nf lil> Vnn mov nnf Vrinw If Mlf .fnd tell mo ho could be In the major gue If he wanted lo. He's making too Tally, The batsmen fill thought iis name was an invitation. Scientific baseball WSB known _ _ ____ an extremely early perlorl. Didn't inucii money to quit the mat game. w._ raham announce, about 1873 B, C., that. He'll soon he ready to nrf., he vraa under orders to Bacrlflco? iuuiu. uu. (Copyrighted, National Ncwspapor Eleven Football Victims in J. C. was proud of hoys. He 'The snille that .won' after he 1ms had a few matches to put. on edgo he'll come hero fo At- Chee8nlall (ho .1, n satisfaction to both teams. "I think Con.vllan wrestling want some ulg contests there add I will try to satisfy them." Curley enld that howaa comhlng the counlry lo put on some new men, anil etnecled to tio able lo snow, some Ihe veteran curler of Duluth, will ac- new grapplera winter who have company tho Canadian curling team t not been before tho public, Me ?ald Scotland this winter as a member o that Lattlnen, a Finn, and ODonnell, the Manitoba contingent. He will fl a Frenchman of Irish descent, wanted tho vacancy made by Dr. McGregor'o to try conclusions with some of the top nolchera In this counlry. VETERAN CURLER CHOSEN WINNIPEG, Nov. McLeod Wants Bring Indian WMJflers Ciirlcy surprised mo by'statllig that CHICAGO, Nov. ox- in they hare :tti6 greatest p acted a toll of 11 victims In Iho Unlloil! wrestlers In the world. 116 would like States during the season which Induce some ol the soort ones I closed with Thnnksglylne como lo this counlry, he said, but gainee, according lo re'porls to tho Associated Trcas. The number of deaths five Ihille, Montana. Ho will represen Ihe United States on the team. Stop and Consider That the Suits we are offering at ridiculously low prices are all hand-tailored by the Lowndes Co, of the famous 20th Century maker'fe guarantee behind every garment. All Suits up to To clear, at All Suits up to To clear at All Suitsup to To clear at .v... BERT KESTERNS M .E ,N S S HOP 'HOME OF IOTH.CENTURY BRAND CLOTHING Alexandra Hotel Block On the Corner 1 SHOT WON Challenge of Brandon Wresfler is Answered From .Cardston Charles Olseti, of Brandon, Man- itoba, .recently issued a challenge for n.wrestling bout, any weight, columns of The Her- ald, and below an answer is.pnb- llshed. fit was received from C. B. ChaeBmau of Cardston and reads an iBsue of your paper of last week 1 read bf some fellow In the east who claims the ivreat: ling championship 'of Canada in the middleweight division. 1 don't dispute 'his claim. I Ignore H. have ther wrestling champion- ship of Canada tucked away In.the mldlewelght division; Jack Ellison Is the man. "I would like to arrange a match between-tiese two inen to take place any time. Ad- dress all communications to C, B, Cbeesinan." LONDON, Nov; Associated Manches- ter November handicap was won today by Pomme Oe' Terrt, 3 to March 5 .'to and Plynet, 33 to 1, third, Twelve horses ran. PHONE 6M STADIUM FOR OHIO COLUMUUS, Ohio. Olurani and frlends.of Ohio State University completing a Tqnd, of to. in- sure Ihe. institution the nation's best stadium. The etruclure will have a seating capacity of two thous- and more than the Yale Bowl.-Tempor- ary seats will provide accommodations for There wfll'be.88 entrances, i .CARS OF ALL MAKES OVER. REPAIRED BY J. E. PALMER 312 6TrJ ST. 8. Five esper'lancs with aeroplane engines, Phone 1032. WORK GUARANTEED We Arc Experts In Repairing and Retreading Tires Now Tubes'Sold. Bargains In Second Hind LETHBRIDGE VULCANIZING WORKS 712 3rd Avenue South E. greater than in 1919, and bnei abovo Iho list of two yenrs There were 12 lives, lost during the 1S17 season; 13 in 1916 and IS In 1915. FINANCIERS ATHLETES NEW of lha financial district aro going lo havo their own athletic associations. Steps havo been taken by members of tho Stock Ks- icbanito and thoir employees to form jlho Wall Street.Athletic Association. NEW 0.' H, A. PRESIDENT A. R. Copctand of Midland, la Iho CLAPTON DEFEATED BARN8LEV defeated If ho wouM bo abio to entlco: Harnslcy In a third division soccer football game today.by 3 lo 3. In a Union championship 'match Middlesex defeated Eastern Counties by 48 to 0. them from thoir own country. Ho said the Indian wrestler waa (rained, from cnildbood, "Speaking of tho wrestlers of In- said Curloy, "makes mo thjnk of n, cuslom Ihey nseil to have In Turkish 1- wrestling circles In tho good old days. The custom was that of tossing to Ihe sharks wrestlers who deliberately .5. null. It was always so arranged that Iho ring in which matches were hold was built closo to n bay full o( sharks, so ciultltng In Turkey was had busl-' FRISCH TO PLAY AT S5CQNP BAQ CALIFORNIA CREVV COMIKQ The Far Weil will again be represented In tlia Poughkcepsle Kcgalla. now prosltle'ot si tho cfcw wni'ba I Mat East, according to present NEW YORK, Nov. Frank Frisch, star Iblrd base- man of Iho Now York National Leaguo leani has signed a 192) contract, Manager McOraw an- nounced today.' Frisch will bo shifted lo second baae next season If Bapp, innelder 'secured from SI. Paul makes good at third base. GREATEST PRICE SMASHING SALE INCANADA Breaking the Back of Clothing'Market SEE PRICES !N SHOW WINDOWS. Unquestionably thlg price Bmsshlng safe .will 'be the means ot lowering Clothing gonernlly. It will not only crcale n tremendous atlr with the buying public of but also in the trade throughout entire Canada. We are glad of this. There has been absolutely no juatlncatlon'for somo of tha exorbitant prices charged on very Interior goods. And just tero we want to point.out ono fact to you. This sale should command your attention for two reasons. Tho first Is the sweeping reduction in price. Thp second, and the more important reason, la the absolute clepomlaliillly of thfe merchandise we aro offering In almost unlimited Craft Clothes, Borsallno and Stetson hats, Arrow Shirts anil Collars, Wolsey and Slanfield'3 Untier- Holeproot ani) Wolsoy Hosiery and countless other equally- favorably trade-marked merchandise, LOUIS KEEL SHOP OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES and THE FLORSHEIM SHOE OLIVER B1.0CK, 313 FIFTH STREET ;