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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THK flAIM- HKRALD FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1919 "BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. McMan.us v LETHBRIDGE H. S. TEAM TO INVADE TABER, 16TH Tommy Gibbons Has Easy Time Decision Over King Mad Something on Australian in Every Round in Calgary Fracas Which Was Witnessed by 2800 Fans-Charlie 7 McCarthy Has Close Win Over Harry Anderson TABER, Nov. 37.-T-Lelh- bridge 1L S. team will Invado this city on Htb of Dccem- to see it Ihsy can not make up for the Curdston loss, v Although Taber Is not In tho v' league ara good sports. Tbc Jauy Tfcber orclestra will v piny lor oflcr the game. A good crowd is 'ex- peeled from the Urldge to see the game and go to a good dance after. Go to Taber svery- body on Ihe IStn. Herald Team Lining Up i For Intermediate League t '.CALGARY, Nov. Gibbons, St. Paul, in hit 15-rojnd .title bout with Mickey King, of Aurtralii, in trie hudlliKr at (he '.Calgary boxing cemmtnlon'l, card 'irt-the Vjct4_ria Arena lut night, jdlcplaytd form that gone him-the vrohder light" champion the The bout a pqlnti ,for a'superiority waf ,qulte, iVgne .of 'Ac a ring gtnera] and a boxer the St. Paul bey had Gibtoni' famous Teft tf> jaw.a nd right to .the stomach were In .the going every mlnirfe. King look punishment In almost every round and frequently It appeared as though Glbb'cns would put him to Bleep, but tlie Australian proved a glutton for punilhment and his gp.menesi Won 'admiration or the fans pmvent 'ThV-ineT; weighed In at 162 paundf, In Me-: Caiihy, earned a deci- sion over Harry Andersen, oT Ed- monton in a fait and 10- round go. It wat a cloce match and a" draw would have been M-. cepUble to the" fans. New Rink Being Erected and In dicalions Are For Fast Team Will Likely Be Four Team Com- Has Saska- toon Youngster Who Should Be the Class of the League. In spll; of the fact there has been no rush fcr positrons on the Herald Intermediate team there is a good outlook that a team wearing Herald colors Will tike the Ice when call to play Iv'mide by Ihe referee. On Thursday the Herald was approached by a well known young who stated thit he had betn to by a number of the rfctlr- ous of forming n' club and play- ing under the Herald backing. He has undertaken 'to KOiit around and promiMi to a team Ifned up by the end of (he week. This practically aaiurec four tn the [eagur. the Rotes, Herald, KDOX and Wei- ley. The church aggrega- tion la looked upon at about the strongest In .the lot They one. puck on their rotter whd .halls from Satkaioon. Hie name.Is Ira Rose and It la under- stood tho Veterana are very anKl- out to line him up to play In Ihe menlor league. The Rotes alia have a stronge crew and will from. Both church ieama have a, Itrge number of to pick from, onlv rtrlctlon that be under 20 of age. With a four team IrrtfirmedFale league auurcd, Lsthbrldje will develop hockey material tfurtrig the tnat be heard from another Mason. IREAMIILY (Rniciill lo Ths Herjilrtl DL.Ain.MOHE, Xor. local members ol the G, YT.-V, A. are erect ing a large skating rink west of Blair- niore on ground loaned to thcm.nj; the West Canadian Collieries, Ltd, and expect to hare Iho rick (or use about the end of the month. The Vets will organize a first class hotter team which will, with the tal-nt at their rank .second to none west of, perhaps, Lethbudge. Loveland-Has Bealeh Jim JThorpe's Olympic Pentathlon Record by 115 Points N'prway bas a new athletic wonder, who', ia being hersliitw Jhe peer of JIn'Thorpe, the American Indian wl J won the all around championship i" ihejOljmpIc'niflcl at Stockholm seven ago. Ills name Is lleige Love- laod, and among olner sensational per- fdriniiices In .Scaudlnavli of lale was bli Improvement on Thorpe's Olympic Penhllilon record. On Ihe polr.t jcorc recognized In InternalicriRl com- petition-Loveland In the last Norweg- ian ;Fentalblon championship lolallcd points, or 145 more lhan Thorpo scored lu 1512. V, comparison of Ihc performances shows that 'iTiiorpe was belief In three or the five events that are In- cluded In .the PenlHthlM program, b'nl Loveland was far superior in the other two. In the Javelin Ihrow the showed a mark of 180 ft 19 .IrJ., as against Thorpe's 163 ft .3 In, and In tho rllsciis throw the dllfsreocs it .also marked In Uveland's favor 1117 ft. 8-in. lo J16 ft. 8 In. The Am i covered 23 ft. 27-10 lu. In Ihi broad.jump, while- the Norwegian's jump was, 21 .In. Thorpe was also faster in" "tho 200 mclre' dash, 52 23 l-10s, aDd.Jn Ihe metre .44 to 4m. 52 4-5s. The N'orweglanj will in all prob- ability be heaviest paint scorers in 'the Olympic Pentathlon at Ant- werp next Angitsl. for. In atldltlon lo Lorelshd, they-bive'p. R. Die, who finished second to Thorpe