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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 8, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1916 T n ELETH BRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE LEVELAND P^CUARAHTEED BICYCKJES ttTloyoiir Job on time. - full nfllfc and vUor lo slnrt ilny. He liiile-I>emleiit ot street cam. Kltlc ' C.C M. MoJel "V" W Malta : ff :� : ? ? ? : : CANADIAN HENLEY WILL NOT EE HELD New Rules of Amateur Athletic Union of Canada Define This Point Mlhvanltee, Wis., April S.-Cliaiu-ploii lightwulght hoxer Freddie Wclsli, throuBli superior rtnR guneralBlUi) anil exporienoe, liail a alight shade on points In u lO-round no-decision bout in Milwaukee with Ritchie Mitchell last niglit. Welsh torced tlie nillHni; througho.ut the contest, Mitcliell Ire* ((uentl.v meeting Welsh witli straiglil lefts to face and body. Some writers were of tho opinion that Mitchell deserved a shade, while others tliought ft draw might be tho bolter decision. Toronto, April 7.-There -will hp no Canadian Henloy this year at St.. tlatliarlncB. This was dofidnd li.v the C. A. A. O. committee, who deemed it advisable, owing to so many of llio oarsmen having enlisted, to postpone the big event for this season at least. EQUAL TO HIS TASK Tho appointraont of Capt. Fred .1. Smith of Toronto dentral Y.M.C.A. as director of physical recreation for Iho (;anX-|]()iind class replaces the old llO.^i-pnimd division, and there is es-I tabllshed a 17.5-pound class, above i which in the beavywolKht section. Section It of tho regulations is interesting in that It makes clear v.iiat action is allo.ved in what is commonly and erroneously called a clinch. If a 1 contestant has both hands free he is I still entitled to hit un opponent who ; is hanging on to him. Siinjily iayini; i liold of a contestant does not constitute a clinch. This is the llrst time the rules have rtelined the situation on tills point. The rules will he in effect for the : first time at tlie coming Canadian I champlonslilps. and will then govern all amatour contests in the iJominion. oryears ROBBERY hock up tlie safe and bolt the door; , Bar up the windows quick; and then IThe Williams. Greene & Rome qo hide your watcli and diamond ring, Co, Limited, Berlin, Ont. 120 Doc Roller's wrestling again. San Francisco Tenni.s Stars Go Hither and Thither San l''rancisco, April 7.-.-San I''"ran-clseo is e-vperiencinii a deal of iroulile retaining tennis stars v/no have established national reputaioiis. First 11. Lindloy Murray moved to New York to make his home, and only recently Maurice McLouglilin embarked with Thomas Bundy and took up iiin residence in fjos Angeles. Now comes word that "Peck" Cirit-iln vvlio holds tho doubles championship with William .lohiiston, is contemplating making his home in Honolulu. "Peck" stopped oft' at Honolulu to play in tiie Mld-Paclfic carnival tourn-amenl. Ward Dawson and Beals Wri.ght, the other players from the mainland returned home a week or so ago, but Gritlln stayed over. It is said that lie likes tlie country over there and is seriously considering making it his home. HAI HA! AT LASTI The Willard-Moran tight will always be remembered as tho one in which James .). Corbett picked the winner. An Excess of Fat Will Likely Rob Willard of Heavyweight Title .loss Willaril will ftliDUt sorvi' cnit the avei'age reign .or ihe heavywciv,ht king. Corbi'lt, as lioavvAI'ight cliaiiipioii, ruled live years; KItzKlnimons ruled four; .Icffrles' term ot active, service was live years, whili .loluison maintained his Rupreniaiy u,\- the saiiio period. Five years secnu-; lo \n: the grand avenge, and it will be at least four years before .less Wilhud Is de-tlironod-unless he t;i.'ts loo tat to ' waddle around tiie lim,' and Is torccl to abdicate on acinwiit of suiplus llesh. No Match in Sight 11 would be foolish to mulch Kul- ; ton, Moran or any oilim- hcavyivei,L;lil. j witli the big ivansiui for Komr; lime to j come. ; Tlio syndicate inum stick lo the , circus-cither become a imrt of the tlireo-ringed show, th.- '.Icphants and  the iiink lemonade or arrange a set-up. In which case, if tlu' public I'albi, , it will very Justly deserve the enii- : nent stinging tliat v.ill follow. The man wiio v.o:il(i I>eaf Willard . must be a giant anil a good boxer, a ' keen ring general v.iirj can take jmn-Islimenl and who ciiii hit a mai'. �ho , knows liow to U.S'' liis lists and feel ' with consumale sliill. Where is he? .\n;-wer: Ho isn't. ; He's not even on tli.-; horizon. i The Lone Shaaow ' Tliere Is now but one shadow above Willard's igloo. Thai, is surplu:; fl'.-sii. : He fought .Johnson a year ago weighing 2-15 iiounds. He ]jut in live wteks ' reducing for the .\! . The gamo wan hard-fought and fowy Ijemiltlos Wore Imposed. Btolh teams wore tired out at tho end of the fray. The winners secured a purse ot $1000 in winning tho two.gam' series. 19161ndian Fastest Stock Motorcycle on the Market. � BICYCLE REPAIRS Cheapest and Best D, E. MacDonald GUNSMITH and INPIAN MOTORCYCLE Agent