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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta .TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1920 THE LETHBRIDGE JDAILY HERALD PAGBNWE Patrick Produces Strong Evidence To Prove Irreuhrities In ated. They appeared betora the meeting and gave good reaeona for coming to Calgary. CALGARY, Xovl That Frank ager ot the 'Columbus Ciuu hockey Patrick, president of the. -Pacine' for Coast Hockey has the real dope showiii'g irreguIarlUiaj ui iio Biff Xqur Hookey League ol Alberta, seems certain from, a statement made by Brig.-General MacdonaW, president of the, Alberta Amateur Union. I'atrick showed lib meetlus IS Cal- gary He ga've his evidence iu In regard'to Ihe meeting, Brlsaaiieir- General Slacdoaald stated that, he "re; grottea'vc'ry'jnuch that ha was un- able to" mrite the 'crowd in' toy hear tho charges 'uiide by Frauti Patrick, an old colleger friend lite. ho Inforraea- then: inadq ttaleinenU certain players- professionalism'.and had produced such strougi-doctimenU that ho: and other inembors .jW Uie ixecu-: live" convinced': that certain'Srrogularities'-'going" mjlhe }jig Fpur-Ijcagns the. '-He Patrick had-produced': orig- inal.! telegrams arid correspondence from two'players', in .Edmonton rand Olie .from Calgary Intimated that So had a -contract calling 'for paid to Mickey Mackay to play hockey, In .Calgary this winter. Thls iv-ss.- "fit- ed, was suiirbsed to have .been- sign- ed by two olficials ol the Tjjer hockey tiub of Calgary. Some ot -Patrick's charges in briet Mackay; lormer Coast League last winter with the Columbus Club, was tendered a contract, signed by Dr. J. li. Gibson, J.: JI. Jliller, president and secretary Uie Tiger Hockey. Clnbi ot Calgary, and Lloyd Turner mamger of the Arena, rink, to play .this season. That. Mickey Maekay purchnsei program rights at the Arena.rink last from Lloyd Turner for 41, and sold them to Tony man That Duke. Keats and "Ked" BricJeu. of the Eskimo Hockey clulj, ot Kd- monton, were playing uy Bar uey Stanley. To tills uccd a written to charge. Mr. Patrick sonal letter'.' which was him by Harney Stanley. faKkcon. of Leliibridge, was .of. the o'uUfcu tbit the Big Four shoulddulxe au opportunity of clean- ng General Macdonald fanls amateur sport thoroughly ctean- desires to have his Jlone beforp'ihe annual meeting Htf Amate'nr Athletic -December 10 iria-lfii; Pa.trick" will present big cvi- JenC-e (bcre.' jndge Jtickson.aiaa'-bl- the opinion tliat the only proviiico that bad niiite nn hpuest.attempt to uieet-fatts year, whereby ama tear sport wis conducted_on a whole some several professionols had been reinstated in the eltort to place-them once 'again on a detent that the ;O.ther provinces were only closing {heir, eyea- to obvious facts in making the Alberta athletes the was anything wrong in the conduct of the CiB Four liockey league or any other organization sailing under ,the aus pices ol Uie Alberta branch of the A A. U. ol_'C., then nothing Blionld be lelt undone to bring the' truej facts to 1 light and remove any: stigma. That if the Investigation riow'beiiig held was not satisfactory should be; adjourned and notices Inserted In the newspapers ot "the'province request- Ing anyone who.had'any Information on the matter''to Immediately lay aame before, the officials, of the Al- bsrta. branch ot tho A. A. U. of C. and eo aid in keeping pure the name and conduct of'real sport. Slessra. H. .Oliver. It- Brandow; J. Anderson and M Dutton w ere exqner NAVY TRIMS IN ANNUAL GAME NKW YORK; NOV.' plunges with supcrdreaduaught-backs. aided by a smoke screen of delayed tud double pusses enabled the vary to triumph over the army, 7 to 0, ta their annual sridlron clash at the Polo grounds today., .early-In ice fourth period, leu G. .Koehlcr, of Neb., onner star of tho University of Ne- raska, rrashed over the'army's last vhite line on a double pass play hat slarted seven yards from tho oat, officials among the 00 spectators could en aiiology iDtmreen tha main .reli wee of football (tense and that ot actual battles at ea. Both elevens had found the onvard pass ineffective for piercing lie enemy's territory far enougli. Discarding modern aerial tactics, the cavy relied on the mashes frour a close formation so ef'lcjently thai after the touchdown was.-made another was preYeiUed only >7 a'-fumble 14'yards from the anny'p Will Fight Resolutions From Quebec .at Amateur Meeting WIKX1PEO, NOT. 30. .piendraents to the constitution of tte Amateur Athletic -.Union of Canada will be considered at the meet- ng of that body In Winnipeg, Decem- ber J-D and 1L were reviewed and com- mented upon, at -a meeting of the jonrJ of Kovernori Li the Manitoba irancb held last night. BAC.E 12W mile bicycle race open only, to soldiers wounded In the war was won by Luigl Tagliatti, who 5 injared In both legs. Jlme i oG.'minute'a. i _ units, on the ground that a loopholo might tbui be. given for certain branches to introduce alterations which would not serve to strengthen amateurism in the country. The grant-.. Ing of autonomy to Ottawa under ths I A. A. V. Qt 0. was condemned without a dissenting voice as being a step to- ward giving the east greater ,rotlng power than the west iu the governing body; STATE OP MICHIGAN INTRODUCES BOXING IN HIGH SCHOOLS LANSING, of box- ing in the High schooU of tho state, at state expense, or rather at tbe ex- pense of the State Fxttlng Commls- Manitoba, according to the. whose, money la derlvwS from a percentage o( (be gate receipts at 'lc- boxing matches, Is tie latest oplnic-n expressed last night, will oppose ihe proposal ot tho Que- bee branch regarding (lie re-insUte- offering o( (Se State Athletic Commls- meni of professionals who haye not sipn. Besides Introducing boxing for Indulged in competition for three i bbys of tha High schools ot the state, years. The strongest expression of ac- 1 311 "Instriiclress" has been engaged to Wants This City In The League Coleman Seeks Organization of Hockey League on Crow -Line cord .was forthcojnjng pro-1 posed 're-organization orihe 'Olympic Committee was read. The delegates juaiHtalned that- the- "permanent7 committee at present holding power had outlived its utility and the time bad come when the Domlnioi; body should of this great tea'ture of Us work. The meeting opposed the of the Cana- dian body inVO' eaaiern auu go about the slato to direct recreation- al work partlcniarly among Ihe girls iu the grade rural schools. The boxing Is W. B. Maslerspir, former boxing Instruc- tor at Carrip Custer, and later at the Detroit Y.M.O.A. and Detroit .Recrea- tional, Commission. The services of these two will be available on request to the Department of Public Irisfruc- tlnii at Lansing, the state capital, with- expense. A bocke? league on the Crow's N'est line ot the C. P. R. Is the proposition being- fathered by the hockay eutlini- lasts of Coleman. George Dlion, secre- tary o( the Lethbridge and District Hockey League recelred letter from the. secretary of the Coleman club asking an expression Ot opinion on the matter. i The proposition la to have teams! from Lethbridge, Blairniore, Taber, i Macleod, Fernfo and Coleman.in (hei league. Undoubtedly It would1 bo good business and would dp a lot to cement I all the'se centres'together and !f for no other reason than tfiic of this proposition' 'shoatd recefVe the encouragement ot Influential men In tUs j In such -a league would need a lot 6f money, and only good'support can produce It. The Ques- tion will be (ifscunsed by hockey en- thusiasts within a few days" and a de- cision rendered. ENGLISH WIM BRISBANE. Australia, Nor, Mr-' {Canadian Associate touring tiJ Queensland by ail The gamo began KOT, 27. t J. BURNS SETTLES DOWN LONDON. Burns. is become "mloe host" of the "Swan and Sugar' well-known, road house on the Brighton road In probabilities the former cbuoylon wfil ruato his house a training quarters (wr boiers. v ETERNAL A COME-BACK W, land's Eternal, champion Of 1518, Till be put in Cory to coming back to the Beit season, when ha will be a five-year-old. TIME UTMOST IN CIGARS Democrats loots The uncommon flavor and aroma of rich tipe selected Havana leaf make Utmost in Cigars" BUY THEM BY THE BOX SPECIALLY WRAPPED FOR 'THE HOLIDAYS PRICE 'FOR WEDNESDAY HALF-DAY SELLING AT M We appveciate the very generous response at the opening days of thivour most: and ye feel you found bcttef; bargains and lower prices than you expected to pw A LlttLE BETTER. WE APOLOGIZE' for any lack! of service or 4e'ay you experienced during the openjng days, we'were unable to take care or all the eager buyers who thronged our store. Our selling'gtaff been increased and we have stU! greater bargains in store for yow -Ow final price cutting wiHlbse.sight of ail costs as >ve-must recfuce our stock in a limited time. Thousands of new bargains wjH be thrown put daily on our bargain tables. If you Iiave not availed yourself of this saving portunityj don't miss it. It will pay you to COME MILES TO ATTEND THIS SALE as it is a genuine bargain evert wortii while. ;SAVE ON EVERY: ARTICLE C 12 GRE Hegular' RUBBERIZED LINER- .It OVERCOATS Regular 530.00. FUR TRIMMED OVERCOATS Regular fiC.OO. LANNEL i. SUITS -Regular 540.00.' Stile- OVERCOATS Regular S25.00. CLUETT DRESS SHIRTS r Regular up to 54-00. }-j JERSEY-PULLOVER SWEATERS Regular 34.50. STANFIELD'S RED LABEL JAEGER'S Regular 512.00. 1 STANFIELD'S FINE RIBBED WOOL COMBINATIONS Regular 53.60, GAUNTLETGLOVES Regular 75c SOFT FELT HATS. Up to 3C.50. NECKWEAR Up to J1.0Q. 50c NECKWEAR KeguJar ?1.25. 85c STANFIELD'S FINE RIBBED COMBINATIONS Regular SUITS Regular1 550.00. Sole SUITS Regular 555.00, All Money received in the Herald Football Competition is paid out in prizes. "Buy at Home THE MORE v ENTRIES: THE BIGGER 'I j PRIZES 'BLUE SERGE SUITS RIBBED WOOL UNDERWEAR Two piece. Up to FLEECE LINED COMBINATIONS Regular ?375 LIGHTWEIGHT DRESS SHIRTS Odd sizes. Regular up to COMBINATIONS npgnla'r SO COTTON MIXED COMBINATIONS Regular ?3.50. WOLSEY COMBINATIONS (Yellow.) liegular COAT SWEATERS Ilegnlar OVERALLS Heavy ctenlm. Kale WORK GLOVES Lined, negulnr. GAUNTLET MITTS Astrican. Keg. 52.50; ODD TROUSERS Kegnlar 56.09- 'WRIST GLOVES .Regular 90s to {1-25- SKte 55c :LUETT COLLARS 25c JAEGER'S WOOL TAFFETA SHIRTS COLLARS MUCH. >Kcs. 35c. f NECKWEAR Regular 70c NECKWEAR Kegnlar ?1.50. DRESS SHOES Regular Sale- DRESS SHOES 'n tan and lilack. Regular up to .75 SUSPENDERS 50c GEO. SLATER DRESS SHOES .Black and groy. Reg. HOSIERY Hiblrtd worsted. Up to SOo. 45c CASHMERE AND LISLE HOSE Up to ?1.00. 55c PYJAMAS Sale WS SLIPPE Siilar Sale MEN'S SLIPPERS Regular VISIT THE SALE THAT PAYS BIG DIVIDENDS STORE CLOSES AT WO O'CLOCK ON WEDNESDAY McKELVIE M'S McGUIRE LARGEST DISTRIBUTORS OF MEN'S WEAR IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA ;