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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta iiSr.sDAV, AlMlll, I, I'll7 HERALD) SPORT (SECTION Curtain Goes Up Friday; ThcOld-timers Challenge Anybody (I dn'l CMIf0rnl.i ind the lha cur 11 rip (Ink Ii hfirdly over, liut Mcil ball lant art 091 IhAi Hit bio leflyue tfJlnlii'j carripl ihoutd furnllll ill nolcc hi Lhc worlJ. So the past and (ireacnt, of (lie O1'.! lhal vktorJoui anJ gf near ttara lighted tlia hcnvcns, balllcally apc.ihlng, yc.ir jre Limbering up the old ioup- en nitcf oft Good Friday .iftcrnto't tliey will rend the .ilmotpltcri In ttie rc-Qion cf I he hjll p.irK lit n frontal itltacki on opjmlnn thnl be found fcaijy and willing to lake chancti n allatk by 4 iimr.p. :r''VvBHrH? CLUI5 M, V.flM; llcoio. fill- i, VliillLd iiL'.ubiHi I Tlis Old Tlnitfj hurt j loud and prolonged dcfl on .ill tundry Ijjll In the clly wlto wlih to llrntcr up !Ke1r isljry yJilpi on pflrrnocm, K wltl Ut fErct of Ihe tcucn unleii the vveallier Is morn 'itien be 0. l( 10 (no fin) game cf ihe ieaion will be poitfioned hy connnU There's a thance to Into (he AM hnll In the clly are Invlic'J to come out ami qtl Into the ItJiB, A meeting IB be held thorlly to decide hast ball plans for Ihe sc.ieort. Friday's game should give r. line on the Umber available. [Joe Stecher in Class By Himself Famous Scissors Hold is a Killer Chicago. April Jco fitflthcr, llic from ,nc famous liolil sky N'choiBna fanner boy. linn a forced lila opuoiir-nts iltsihuilton which tow iUlitctos Hip cltotlitctlnii i class very much by lilmsolf. I I.cok over the1 notil oC spoils ami you fluil but few vJm rank In this i sol. Johnny Kilbann ts one. T.VJ without 11 doubl llic KfCMcal i all-muml ball jduyer of tlic day and Riniiihj head anil pin Ibolr filimilders to Hie nuph 11BC Of thfi mat 'ily Will IJiiilci-laUc No on llu1 Course Unlit Me MI .10. hold, Htor-bcL-'B la Llio crush-[ Ing With his powerful Jlrnlia lucked arouml an opnonQiii'i? Stc.-hor plowly crushes him Trlsd to Wear Him Out The IK-SI wrchllcrfi who liavo tried alWevery Itf'lliird expert Iii lire-10 defeat Steelier Mlomjuccl lo wear 1 Tbcro aro few others. [Ilim out- Cliartay Culler, Wrangler Lewis and cithers look the tie fen Hive when they the arena with I lie Nnbrasfca boy. Tor wlipn on Ihc de- fensive they Inn) -i iuji'or Hi la Many followers of wrestling who Steelier vrork mob- been wrltlon gjvon of rocopnllioii for lirfuvcss' on llio mat. :nnl lotlny iTpnn ho la recognized ns Ihc world's cliam-l Ition. have you ever considernl nol appreciate Jual vlint'liis Rtc'rbcr, he sUnrfs toilay. [5 jusl, fainons rrushor tneaim to the wrestler as Kreal at His Klylc nf RCla taupht in II. EJrSerly, U Is Frnnk. (iotcli at liia a few years a lioW. Kollihip moro If ycu are to play the great flame of golf on the muni- cipal llnVa ,it Hendersfln i Vila cummer, the fint thing tc do IB Ic corrc through wllh a of coin to the extent of five dal- la-4. Alter that you can "iKcc" 23 often J'G you The carnmltlec In charge It working hard to secure 50 mem- bcrthips at 3S each. As icon as Ihli number secured, the club will wait on the BlonerB, and hand over the money neccJisry to put the In it IG the Intention of the club management to have came changes made in the tourte. Some nev; hofcE are to be fald out, although the old not be abandoned. They be aide ISS-JCB. 1 he're Is one thing about the touree at Henderson Park, it la close to the city and reach of all by the red line cars. This should popularize the eporl. The reason the clufi Is to anxious to secure thr? necessary membership without delay Is that (he ctty now has (he teams avail- for on the course. Lt I'G feared (hat if there IE much delay the clly will be unable to do the necessary work when asked to do so. This VJSE the case List year, ED bring along your five-spot and gel into the game. T O O K E COLLARS RA'M JIKOS. MM mil) MAKKKK MONTKKAI, OF TERHE Or.e-Three Hit In Tto Pint U Knswn >i "tlit New A I-'! hit Ln li'iiMn- [H "Ihi- New Viiik." a MIB Ui'-rn nn tlio nili'T hiilci or llu l-'J, U IK u.-rriK-'l n ''1'Ji'.- yrji in N'ov Vnrlt In :i l.i of thr; nn Hi- rli-i" I ?'l II .ll'l lit Fl.lll......, "I'.ui I rny il'l tn. 'KA I il l SftrlQi left in Clio also- ]ma tt chaucc lo Uc wmi Con. Curl Mays or the Boston Sox- FORMER ATHLETES RECRUITS Nationally Known Collenians Enlist in Battery C at Chicago ClilcaBo, April llic re- cruits of llnttcry 0. First IIHmiis flcld nrllllery, nrc many college alhlctos vvbo in Former years ivcro nnlionally known, Capl, N, n. Jutlb nnnounccrt AIIIOUR lliRnl tire JCSBC Htivv- loy, former foolball mentor at Ihc University of Iowa; Bruce D. Smith, a former Harvard end; Roy R. Hani, a lorrner Princeton fool hall star: Anily Orlmcjer. Gornbl Hut I or. Albert Sertomlt. Jlninilc Marshall. Jim 1-ynn. George Hk-linrdson, all formerly con- ncctoil Yalis atlilcllfs. OUicrs arc Karl llliss, once Urown lir.Ivcr- slly haeeball player, ami Fraser Halo, Internationally known as a golfer. verse anil KJi Ucllavcn took pnrl in fio ennies for an bvcrace of 206 a game. Kiiicahl has averaged for C5 Dailies anil Homeos 204 for gnnicg. Hasa, nl- llioiiGli he has won only'Hircc'iind lost seven matches, has averaged an even 200 for CO sanies. WE STOCK CROWN AND STANDARD BICYCLES. Fillcil with IJiinlon Tracllon Tread Tires and liest cnnipineiil throughout. .Prices from cash or easy terms. Second hand cycles nUvnya in Henatrs and accessories. Lcthlu'idg'c Cycle Co. 110 Fifth Street 3. REAL BLESSING IN DISGUISE Tiger Recruit Scheduled to Be Lcfth.indcd, This. Detroit, April Flnimlgan. a husky rccrull, who la trylnp for n- 1'lace with iho Detroit would bftcn a Houllipaw If ho Imil not met ivllli sn accident. Whon lie was n tried lo ride n bronco. The animal objrMcd nnd I'Jannifiau took nu Impromptu course in aviation nnd fractured his left ami. While recovering from' Ihc Injury he learned to1 Tvjth his right nrru nnd has hail nnrkctl success evert Elncc. j Flanhlon'E Injury brings to mhul tho nrcldcni which liapponnd lo TrTs, Sre.ikcr. Me formerly was n rlshl I handed pitcher, hut ho brotc bis sal-1 my v.-ifig and switched amid wllh sen- What we Advertise we Sell. What we Sell Advertises Us! Tor a few days more, only (ires. Gut your chains for weaUicr. Keep your car liavc (lie polish. The new .slylc.bninpcr is all tlie rage. liavc Hit-ill and crcryUifng- clue HiMo- tlatc. V BAALIM MOTOR GO. The average owner not interested in SpecificEtions, L'Jl V' e v.'ant lo call your aUcillion lo those bin of Siisdchalitr Vr'hich maic ihc car stand cut as such txcciitioriEl value. Genuine long-Rrain Ifiihcr in the uphol- Ike 53 IDC si you )ind cars costing (rnin lo 510CO.CO a reversible front seat, which tan b: adjusted backward cr forward, ami reversed in r.n instant so fnc fassenger inay fact the tonneau; vidual arm chair auxiliary jilenty of room for Ihc comfort of the iJaucnKcrs, and you can foH them. rind slide them under the seat, leaving ibc back (lie car as irce and imobilrqclcd thai of a five- jassciiRer car. with no pasli in the carpets or rcceii iii the back of the front ;eit. 50 II. P. molor of ivondwfvJ efficiency and economy. 122" wheel base. Plenty of room for jr.'en M'i'.li vcighl and ctcuyiuy of five passengers, High grade appointments even to the tumbler type of Vale Ignition Lock. These art tliu features of the highest priced cars Uiat you obtain in the SlmJcbafccr car ii llic Studebskcr "Made -ill-Canada" 40 H. P. TOUR 50 II. P. SIX F. 0. B.Walkcrville. The Studebaker Garage 322 Sixth Street, Opposite Herald. J. T. Graham, Prop. Lelhbridgc, Albsrln BACK OF UNION HARRY HOLMAN, MBr. T1! 1 Ihehord THE average man con easily afford a Ford car. It is the most inexpensive car to drive. 20 to 25 miles on a gallon of gaso- line is an every-day occurrence. 33 miles is frequently reported by Ford owners. Yearly repair expenses of less than one dollar are not unusual. The car is light in weight, and tires give more mileage on a'Ford than on any other car. You can buy a Ford for yourself and one for your wife for the price Ford Motor Company of Canada, Limited, Oocr 700 Ford Service Stations in Canada. of one car at You can run both Fords at about the same expense as for one larger, heavier car. You can always sell a "used" Ford at a good price. You have to accept a big reduction' for a "used" larger car. Go and lake .a ride in the 1917 model. See how comfortable it is. And stylish, line effect, tapered hood, fenders, beautiful finish. You need one for business. Your wife and children need one for pleasure and health. Ford Garage !232 Third Avenue S. Lclhbridjc ;