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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 4, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 1916 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THRElfi rOR SALE BY THE LETHBRIDGE CYCLE CO., . 110 6th St, S. JESS HA'YES NEW YORK CITY Heavyweight Champion Declares Will Not Box Again In the Metropolli H� C'lilcago, April :!.-It's a capu of never again for ./eSH Willed, an fur as � Now V'ork la conoorncd. He'll ucvop box there again. "Not If tluiy Klve mo $100,000 will i over RKBln box in Uiat ninn'H town again." lie told -nn intlniato friend yeHtordny. "Never was a clinmpion treated an shabbily as.l," ho contlnne.d. "They did overytlilnif In tholr power to linrasR and annoy nie, and even It f wore not a champion 1 am at leant a man and deserving of a fair Hhake. Mind you, 1 don't want any favors. All 1 ask la a fairly even break. I never Kol this at any time, thouKh I will Hay right here that 1 have some very fine friends there and they are gen-tloraon I'm glad to know. "But the genornl trend i.s aRainst mo. Afy every move waR criticised. RUSSIA NOW ASPIRES TO BE NATION OE ATHLETES Govt. Emi.ssary Visits United St4ites With View of Studying American Syateni Atlilctic Training Will lie Feature of Russian IJfc After European War 'Matty'' Pitches a Practise Game S. S. Dunham Has More to Say on Commissioners' _ _Salaries Now Vork. ..Vprll :!.-In the inid.sl of war IlUHHla has not forgotten athletics and tlift poHKlbility of f'Uui'i' Olympic games. By order of tliat ile-.Hirtnient of tlie fovornnient -which Ik planning for thi; fitliiotlc. upnulldlnj; of tl;e younger gene;i�tlon of RuKsiann, there arrived In this city recently. HaniiCH F. Andcrhson. His card Ix'ur.s thi! inscription; "Russian trainer in MATHEWSON and chief admlnlslralor In physical culture at his Imperial Highness, the Czar of Russia, soliools for omcors." . , , , , ^, , Andersson, who la a Swede, and as When I got there they accused mo of membur of the Swedish tearn com- everything, and when their state ments were found untrue and without basis in fact, did they apologlJio In any way for it'.' Not in the least. They went (unhev out of their way to make more uis.statementt about ine. "New I'ork Is a groat place-I don't think." THUNDERER DERBY FAVORITE Whitney's Horse Picked to Win the Kentucky Classic Chicago. April .1.-Harry P. Wlill-rey's chestnut colt Thunderer, wlilch won America's richest racing stake last season, is favorite for the Keu-tu'iky derby to be run at l.,oiil�ville ou May i'.K BREAK WORLD'S INDOOR RECORDS Corvallls. Ore., April 3.-Four indoor world's records were broken here Saturday in the first annual far weatorn Indoor track and field meet held under A. A. U. rules at Oregon Agricultural college. Kred "Kelly of l^os Angelo.i made three of them and Harry .1. Cole of the Oregon Aggies recorded the fourth In the discus throw. Kelly bettered tlie world's Indoor marks In the .SO-yard dash, 80-yard high hurdles and 2:;o-yard dash, ac- runs and Kauft none. if..,,. ,,!� uart a,nr,.o\.. i.^ o,,.......... u.. !?." DERBY AND OAKS DATES London. ..\pril 3.-The Jockey Club ., . . , ,^ ---- ...nnounces that the Derby will be run Batteries: Coveleskie. Cuunin.ham ll^^.^^^^^^^::':'^1^.]^^^y - QaUs, June 1. and Stanage: Tesreau, Palmero, Ben-| ^p,, ^^ included in the referendum': ton and Uooln. Other Results White Sox 15; Unliaa L'. Cincinnati ?<: Yankees 1. Brooklyn 14; Baltimore 2. Cleveland 5; Cubs t. : that it might be considered by the ' Setiuai, the most famous itinerant eomiiilssioners "as penalizing the com- j �quack" of the last SO years, has just miSHioners for fairly eiercisinH their died penniless in a hospital at .lohan-Mudgment.' No, no. Your Worship, nesburg. He was formerly on the you (lid not mean that. If you did you jmigiit be subject to the criticism" of THORPE BACK TO MINORS Beaumont, Texas, April 3.-.Tames Tiiorpe, famous Indian athlete, will jilay with the .Milwaukee American aasociatlon team, it was announced here last night by Larry Doyle, captain of the New York Nationals. Voyle said that while Thorpe has made a good showing during the Kpring training of the New York team the acciuisitioii of Kauff and Kousch made it iiiopoaslble to carry him as a regular. AMERICAN BOXER WINS ABROAD Now Vork, April 3.-Preddie GU-niore, Chicago star welterweight who is fighting a aeries of battles for Snowy Baker in the Antipodes, defeated Knockout O'Connor in a 20-round bout on Tela. 28. The informa-tion, the' first received hero concern-Ihg the contest, comes via letter from Gilmore himself. Gllmoro says ho did not ;have much trouble outpointluK O'Connor. BOSTON HOCKEY CHAMPIONS Boston, April 3.-Boston Athletic Association skaters won the championship of the national amateur hockey league by defeating St. Nicholas liockoy cluti of New York 7 goals to 0. FLOORS FORMER CHAMP IN THE EIGHTH ROUND Ad Wolgast Hat Close Call in Ten-Round Contest With Hammer at Racine, Wit. Racine, Wis.. April ?..-AA Wolgast, former world's tlghlwelght champion, was shaded here last night by Kver Hammer, In one of the fastest battles ever seen here. The former champion nearly took the count in the; eighth round when Hammer rained blow after blow on Ad's face and body, with rapidity and vigor which had the crowd on Its feet. It looked as though Wolgast would take the count, but he rallied before the bell and came back strong in tho remaining rounds. [MARKS ON IHE SlOE and 1 would-^not being "superficial like to think that. Seriously 1 do not believe that the i city can afford to pay over ?3,0fl0 to  any olRcial for some years to come. I But it there is any official to whom An Anbitlous Irishman "'t^ can afford to pay more than Barne;,ReiUy a lawyer a^.d former that that omcial i. the head of its ed,-ball player, has been nominated  for ucational institutions, mavor of St. .loseph. Mo., by the De- Now, your worship, 1 did not ,n- , mobrats. Reilly came to the St. Joe jtend to express m.v own views in giv- | London police force and was born in Cornwall. Ho made and s.oent a fortune amounting to $5,000,000. 'FORTHEJi, KIDNEYS Whe^t They Cured team from the Chicago Americans. He was drafted by the Brooklyns, Jjut . returned to St. .Toe, became a theatri- iso that a remedy would be sought, cal manager and drifted into the law. New Scoring Rule In his instructions to ofBctal scorers this season, .lohu Heydler, secretary of the National league, will rule that where an error intervenes between two outs there is no doulile play, as continuity of play is broken. For example, there are men on first might involve me in more or less of a controversy, which I have neither the time nor the inclination to indulge In. But you understand some one must do these things, otherwise, the public and third with none out. The short-j l^f,^,^'' ""'"S'-eflB and public de. stop �� <-..... - .'e'-ts , Here's the remarkable experience of ing publicity to this matter, T simply | a Nova Scotian:- wished to bring it to public attention j "1 was once a terrible sufferer with sought. I i kidney and bladder troubles, and at know that in giving it publicity I I times I would lose the u.'se of mv legs, would Incur the opposition of some I anfl could uots go aw.iy from home with-of tho many influential friends of the' some one wiUi.ihc. I was treated commissioners and that posslblv u | by difTerentdoctors for 3 years, and only Ddnovan Ha� Hard Job Bill Donovan has a pretty stiff task In front of hlin. He now has 48 ballplayers in tho south and recently Tuade the announcement that ho will oan'y only 25 this year. This means that he will have to release 18 men. Several of the youngster!) will be farmed out with strings attached. Sp�at