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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THR r. OCTOBER "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManug WANTS TO KNOW SUOCISS OF THRIFT CAMPAIGN OTTAWA, Oct. Succosi o( .hrUl campaign La luo of a ot which notice has licen. fir- i en by Duff, I.unenburg, who wants to knovc Iho amount derived from their sale; llio amount for and tho total aurplus. IK TUEeJWQRLD'OF Alberta Amateur Union Will Live Up To Union Rulings Manitoba and B. C. May Com- bine To Fight Open-Minded Alberta Attitude VANCOUVER, Oct. action by the Amateur Athletic Union to meet the situation creat- ed by the wholesale rcinitattnicnl of professions! athletes by the gov- erning bodies ot AKJertn and Sas- katchewan will be urged by the British. Columbia Athletic Unicn, Liporied by Manitoba offici- als, is Indieslrd today In a etaU- rnant from Vice-President Dave Leilh, of thr A.A.U. of C., Man- itoba has already gone on record is being ocosed to the application CM lh whitewash brush to out- and-out professionals such AS is proposed by and Alberta. British Columbia, It Is to say, will endorse Iris stand tsken by the Manitoba body. That the A, A. II. of C. will laks action irvilhtn a Is expected. "Mr. Leilh Eaid: "British Coluir- .bia amateur officials, I believe I Ghi eafs In most cer- tainly offer opposition to the ac- tions of the Saskatchewan and Al- berls unions In granting reinstate- inents to out-and-out professionals which, fn my opinion, li entirely unwarranted and-not In the'lnler- esls of Amateur athletics and is E flagrant violation of the spirit of the resolution passed by the Amateur Athletic Union of Can- cda si the Ottawa convention. what action governing body will take I am nal prepared to say, but steps muet be taken at once to put an end to promts- ,CUD us reinitstements of profes- sionals whose present tiatuj does not merit contlderatlon. CALGAHV, Oft- lo the severe criticism chat Albcrla branch of ibo Athletic I'nioa ot has teen uuUtr of lajo by i Ontario Slid Vancouver papers over ibe aciion tliai lias ben taken iu tliia province in connection with the com- ins lirckey a special meeting ol Hie eiectilive. v.-as held last night. Those present -were Brijr.-tien. Mc- Donald, president: Leroy sec- retary; Medicine !Iat' T. A. of KeJ Deer, and Stan- ley lirent, of Calpary.- Edmonton rep- reEonlalives wen? notified of'the mcct- ing but railed to putin ;in up pea ranee. However, a telegram %va.s road from Frauk in which he stated the committee could go us far as it i liked. The committee went 011 record ns to .its intentions or living up to the i amateur conditions as outlined by the shorts under'the Stsdimns Ltd. man-jPeai agement. All 'Americans of class arc invited to apply direct There is a for them if they have the goods: "Jimmy 'Clabby U returning to America with Tom Andrews early next al present en route for" here from the United States, Tvith a team of. boiers including Charlie reinstatement as an amateur In Iho province of .Alberta and de- clare thai 1 haven't competed as a professional October 1, :ind it is my inicuiion lo an amateur athlete during the re- mainder o[ my life. Registration Committees The registration committee apppoiut- 'd were: Dr. H. A. Moore and Uenttie. of Medicine Hat; C. A. May- den and SkmeJy Drtni, of Culgary; Joe UrlscoU aud C. R. Jackson, ot Edmonton; Judge J. A. Jackson and F. S, Filmcr. of and G. PaUerson and T. A. fiaplz, of Red Deer. These committees Tv recommc-ndatious Jor cards vicw ol the chaolic conditions, I un- (terlook lu use methods which are fro- quenliy resorted to in of. Corking uulsiilo tlie meetings cndcav- mnko to Ihb central committee composed of Pres. McDonald and SecreLav- Cnoivn, and C ly by the secre- oring to impress the leading delegates j V with two facts. First, that conditions existing in Alberta were such as could met methods Euggesied find conditions in Toronto, and second- that Ihe proposals "coming from Alberta were the result of carclul consecration on the part ot really able men. As a result the second day's deliberation were much moro "marked by a tendency ot considering questions on tlielr merits, and wo have hi the I CHOWN RESIGNING CALGARY, Oct. Owtaff v lo pressure ot business, Lcroy Cho'wn. secretary o[ llio Al- Lerta branch ot tho A, A. U. of Canada, teudcred Ills rcsig- v I nation at the of tho ex- ecullro committee last nlglit. v At Iho request al President Me- .Mr. Cliown rteeidccl 10 remain in. office- until ihn prea- out Iiockcy is settled. a worthy ulficlal In Mr. Cliown. llo is broadm'.ndccl, loir and square above In all duties, and has worked harj hi ilie interests of amateur sport. SEALS WIN FROM ST. PAUL Winners Capture Game Though Out- hit and Outdctded. Cily Tennis Championship De- cided After Hard Batlle With Donor of Cup J Jiromotor, Is after Pete Htrniah and Hi-r.ny Leotard. He Peto lo make the. trip lo the Antipodes and swap runchea Vlnce Blackburn, AuEtralian tbamplon. And he Leonard Lo meet Edwards, cham- pion llehtwelEht oi Kangaroohud. Ed- wards lecenlly cleaned up everything In Iho rhlllpplnea and a .Manila vro- offered Leonard to make the Uip orcr and mtel But It fft dniiMful If either Loonarl or will consent to make the trip at (hfa (Ime, Prnaparlty (s batng enjoyed by tbo mill arllate at honm now and unless ttafcer wouM In- crease his offer of to each man, considerably, we doillit If they would consider H. Also both ITermbn and troiild demand more than oao boul It they made such a long trip. 'Oaker recently announced taat he hfad raaile a bid for Flyweight Cham- pion WUds It bo.T In Aujtralla. -..'Baker -Trritci interestingly ot tho the j Richard Hindis. Junior, the Haworlh. Cup last Saturday, on the clly courts, from A. C. Rawortb, tha donor, after a very hard-fought and eiciling malch. Hi'ncke the first set, C-0, when Reworth came stroDg auid iron the second eel, It looked as If nawortb had recovered his olO ttmB form. But Hincks -vron the third set 7-5. Jtewcrtn fn tola FC[ won the first three gamea, but Htncks could not be denied, recovered sad (he neit Jour games mahlrg the score (-3 In nh (oror. IlaivoriL, wlio had been playing a very looas game, recorersfl and wen the nsit ttro making tho score 6-i JQ Ra- Trorth't Tarcr, But Jllccks started playing 'hrllllanlly, and alLhoiigh Ha- worlh WJ3 using hla hard forearm drive, he could not seem to pasa Hlncta, -rcho took every thing Ibat hla opponent aail tooi (he next three games, set, nnri match ils win Ofl i veteran like his opponent, and 3 a comparatively young player who should oe heard from later. There Is 10 doubt lhat when he h'.s back-arm stroke, ha be winning other championships thnn Ihta city. The match leaders up lo the finals ware as follows were R3 follows: Hlncfcs heat Hogg 6-3, C-2; Ravrorlh naat gnow, C-i, G-3; Raworlh beal McArthur, C-2, 3-C, 6-2. situation on tha oilier- elile ol jjolland -wfts bealy btolcn on points by the Australian Cook, at fun AtadiNm On August There" -was a. big differ- In thler Cook being atone 8 Ibs., and Holland 11 stor.o 10 Iba. However, Cook vaa rarr mack taperfor. boxer o( the two and won Edward and -Harry Stone fflcet for Ibe IlehtiVefght championship of AugtmHA as soon nn George DallUeu fetnrna from Ms world trip on behalf of Stadia ins I. Id, Clabby met Tommy Uren, zaldd'leireTcfat cbamplpn pi- AyslraHa ia io coagralulated on uie cannot ne NEW YORK, Ocl. al- lianca of the hockey and skating associations of the United States and Canada hss tHected, which neans a resumption of the International Ice sports for championship honors which were Interrupted when war called Into service many'of the athletes of countries. According to Cornelius president of the International Un- ion of America, alliance re- ferred to will bring hockey and the various other ice sports under the joint control of that organ- _ ization and the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association and a ing agreement Is now being plan- ned to bring about a series of competitions between the skating and hockey clubs now being re- organized. they will be issued onl Ury. The meeting held last night at the board of irade rooms was representa- tive of the south and the center.ol the province. Xo action will be taken by the union until alter President McDonald visits Edmonotn to discuss all points under Men with the debates of lliat cilr. Will Grant Pros Cards It however, the unnriimous oir'nion that Mickey McKay and Bar- ney Stanley, the two professionals ho arc the cause of so much criticism the east and far west, ivill be'Branl- d cards ihe same as all others. The ntoatcur rule enables the local ranch lo. grant reinstatemouls and Dtil such time as Jl is proven .thai .Mc- ay, Stanley or aay other athlete is eceiving money for his services, Ihey IVD no course but to grant amateur The amateur union will deal directly iih President. Pearson and other of- cials of the Alberta Dig Four Hockc? and if Ibis or cards for slayers lUese cards e given. V new president. Dr. D. Rruco MacDon- St. Andrew's college, Toronto, a president who is Impressed with the problems oi ihe ivesl and desires an ___ __________, ____, early visit in an effort to meet tlie San Francisco won'Ihc third game in an Intelligent way. the npst season exhibition series Four things of Interest to Alberta 'icre this'afternoon wltli (be St. Paul SAN FllAXCISCO. Calif., Oct. 21 NATIVES HONOR KORAN Fitchburg Planning Cetebralion Rada' Manager. l-'ITCKBURG. Maag.. Oct. Moran. inanager of the world Cham ploh Cir.clnnatl Reds baseball team rece'ved the homage cf neighbor at West Filchhurg tonight. rcsl danls of Ihe distrlcl presented him a dSamond-sliidiled Knlgats nf Coluin bus welch charni. The cliarm Is 3 duplicate of ope given "Pat" by CIn clnnall Knljhla ol Columbus and slolcn from him rturlng tbe v.-orld serlca. The entire clly of Fitchhurg wil accord Moran an ovallon Thurala fifehl. "Babc'p Jtuth. -lohn J. Kvers Kltl" Gleaaon antl other riaieball celc brelioa ore cspccted Id be present. MORRIS IN LIMELIGHT DEMP3EY HAS BIQ CHANCE TO BECOME RICHEST OF BOXER3 'Jack Dcmpsey, Iho cl'.amplon, la In a fair -way to become Iho boxer who ever bold A title. Dempsej's end of the Sets Wlllard slaughter opproilmatGd J35.000, (u- cladlr-x side IsEuea, bets and motion picture rights. Irntdlately he Jolr.ed tho Sells-Tl played with them for six The suildtn rlfi, the Sap' n popularity of Carl Mo mips G'p-nl, demonstrali a flcklft (hlng flsdana is, Som years ago when (lie country was a lacke.-l tho white hope mania the ynnked Car] Kwny-frnm Ibe throHl of a gool engine pJowIn to ear Who man throug'n 1hn rcitern his fnjluno in the others ht waa supreme In flesh a bulky gSanl vlMtout a ol fhtlc p.bliUy. H wan (nought lhat Morris had r club, champions of tlie American As- sociation, Tho score: n. 11. E. St. Paul 3 11 2 San Francisco............ a 6 3 and Ilnrgrave; Couch, Zamloch nml HIcKee, Anflnson. were Qccompllshed: (1) The (on by Uie eastern men that Alberta ias problems of her own nnd a pro- posed early visit presfdenl lo confer .wJth us. (2) ArrftngementB for re-inglafemcnt v.-est of the Great Lakes until January 1, 1520. this to be Che board ot governors upon application and declaration by ihe ap- plicants of their desire Co ba So re- instated, and no amateur to "be in- cluded In ibe right lo compete for the Mnim cup or other cups emblematic of the Canadian champion ship hare ltls morning, when the officers The proposed new definition bn to wrest several foreigners suspected of firing the homes of mill In the steel district of Iho clly early today. The wounded men both of whom arc suspected by police lo be among those who fired Iho ivork- crs, Lomes, were said to be'in a ser- lous'condlllon. .STEEL STRIKE CLASH YOUXGSTOWN', O., Oct men were bhot by 'jiollcc in a flghl f there tired from (hfe rcsincd hut today lib i: much In the limelight hy reason of victory over "Fat" IAIUD. who turn truunced Mfechan, the latter holding decision over Jack and drew down about JiO.OOu. Then ho went out on Iho road -with j------------------------- and his manager, MARNG HEKO WILL BE Jack Horns, IB authority for the state- ment he got o wteV. -On lop of this he fcaa receive! an ELECTION CANDIDATE PATHS, Oct. to go to Europe and battle forj Caveman, one ot the heroes oi the purso of i rirat battle of-ihe Marne, will be a Why waste your time being a bank-1 cindMato for the chamber of rtepu- CT, broker, lawyer, editor or director? tiles from Iho department ot Aveyrcn, Get a pair of gloves and become ii I according to an announcement world's [ctioiApIpn, President McDonald, who presided he early jiarl o( Ihe meeting, wa ailed away to altsrid a funciton held n honor of the Duke oT Devonshire Before leaving President McDonald lated lhal he was Roing to Edomon lo discuss the mailer with Ihe ama eur authorities there, after which IIP roalttt an ofTicIal stn'.cmcnt. Jeatlie, of Medicinq Hal, occuiiied ho chair the latter part of the meet- Look for Cup Competition "Let us Veep our back door clean and amatenrism wil'. coulinue (o thrive n was remark of one ot he governors. "We cleaned (he sheel on May IT, and amateur condl- icns have Ijecn greatly Improred." Some of those prcaenl referred to Iho -vondcrful hascball season that Ibe amalcur leams experienced. While It was rebelled that tho parent body decided reinstated athletes competing far Ihe Allan cup, President "McDonald remarked lhal he felt sure lhat in Ihe cTenl of Calgary or an> other Alljcrta clly -was in a posilion to challenge'for hockey champ'on ship everything would lie properly righted and lhat the east would he competing against the Tvesl. President McDonald paid a high trih utc lo the new president ol the Domin- ion horiy, whom he termed as "a broad minded Individual." Whl Help Amateurism It was llio general opinion of all thai the ol Mickey McKay and Ilarncy Stahely In Alberta hockey circles would lie the pealest boost Ihn amateurs could pel. They will help develop material and also raise Ihc standard of the play, remarked T. A (JcaU, of Hcd Deer. Fxlmonton Y. M. C'. A. was granlcr sanction lo hold an Indoor meet on .Vovornber 21. The Arjny and Veterans' aadociallon of Calgary re- Qucstcd lhat he pranled aion lo hold the provincial track and f'elil meet. The follqwing report wag made by firenl, who represented Al- herla al thq A. A. U. of C. meellng; Urig.-Gen. I. K. JldJonalil, J'reEldnit