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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VAGESIX THE LETHBRIDGB DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, Al'RIL IS, 1914 Harlem Tommy However Went the Limit and Put Up Battle That Accorded Well With His Repu- tation for Ruggedness and Gameness THE CHAMPION WAS SEEN ;AT, HIS BEST Rincsidr, San Francisco, bim gasp nnd-hnck up after an in- 'April KitchLe, lighlweigbl.....- champion, defended his title tonight "Harlem" Tommy Murphy, of New Yock, In convincing fashion. Owen Moran Victim of the White Plague in London New Yorl. April 15'.-Put in other.peg to mark the passing ol an; old-tuner, j Tliis time it is Owen Moran, oif Kncbnd, Mho is laying aside- the-bos-j after years of service vithio the ropes. j Moraa is dying of tuberculosis in' l.or.dui. llooze- and cigarettes, ale tho cause ol Moran's untimely cud. Often Moran was not a real world's champion. Multwr .Nature r.evt-r in-j tcndcj that he should be..She rcado- tin: a littlr too large lor the feather- i weights and just a Itifif small i lo' allow him tu cope successfully with ih? lightweight bVX'or-! an Drilled with the of both; he .1 he lways was ab abie. its. ile toA of! weight for toe j Altells. And he put it 02 for the j 1 Ad Wclj.-asw and tte Uattlins Xel-' In t'Se last rounds the champion i RMS crowding Murphy about therir.jj tOl-GIiT THEM ALI, Murphy Sought a courageous, aggies-j meis'jring him with his kit lor hea-j "Biirr.e rae." the liltle Er.glish hd i Eive tattle, hat nerer was dangerous j vy rioht crossed that still failed to would say, "they dia't make 'em too- End often was in distress. There was j carry 'a Hotb mea were in snull or too big for me. I'll fight "cm to disp'utiis lie referee's decision at 'perfect- condition. Murphy scarcely j all." j the ecd ot.lhe M-rpund battle. [winded a rlean, solid blow, whenever] -I'll or I'll give a couple beeu allowed'he it was witi; he would declare when one- questionable round and.perhaps a shower ol'fhort arm upper cuts aid ptosffciive opponent displayed an two co'Jld: have been given him as j lody blows. Tbc greater, part of but -the remainder were Hitchie's rjy a wide maigin. Elsth, the'tenth, the fifteenth I I: b[ NATIONAL Boston C 4 'l lirwklyn. 5 11 0 Hudolph uud'Gowdy; 'Atcbtsou end filler. New'York 1 51 PhliaiJQliihla...... v.. 3 S 1 ahJ Mayor' and klll'lfer: ntlsburg.............. 2 6 2 St. Louis............... 0 ,4 1 kanilebner and Gibson; Pcrritt and Snyder. Chicago............ 6 6.1 Cincinnati.............. 5 9 2 Vaughn, I-avcnder, Cheney ;ind Ames, Davenport and Clark, AMERICAN I'hllad-.lphla 030 4 2 im as jiody blows. Tbc greater, part of the cl'naticn fo quibble over the qncstUra e all j tody '.blows ths champion" blocked. ivrijht "let's get together and i thousands .ivho saw him perform'i.ia In the few ol-the h: ducked and those, Csht." the rin> reiaraeil him :-.i a h lined at jio tidie troubled him. In! People who knew the. real Moranllv lerocio'Js little fellow who-irieV Btown, Wyckoff aud Lapp; well and Sweeney. Cleveland.............. 5 Chicago.............. 6 11 2 Hagertnan, Russell, G'lamore and ICarlseh; and Schalk. 'Washington 160 'Boston................ 2 4 j and Henry; Leonard'aud Corrfgan. St. Louis Detroit l' 6 2 Hamilton and Criss; CovelcBkl'ani tweMieth-iounds Murphy-was daied revtnte he .was always, in any rally, and stagrered, reeled clrachcd to laad ihrct or four damaging and covered up Ecd leaned against the to tbS body the sis-- 'an 1 ly are comparatively iew. The many J re-tiring but fiyht. Knocked-through the ropes in the last pErisccb Ile round, to his feet: again, rushed into -was. able-to came a splendid flash- of protrtt-'himsel! until'-he scarring-, but- the round remained about-him i a wide margin. The bat- Mcrohy: ui'Hheilss? ro'Jsd tie v.-cnt-eiactly as it had been pre-i sunporled. The: champion bled a .lit'-K dieted. Miphy made Mactly.the'sort I tie at "tie mouth from" the bruiilij haseball teatn-and- ol a fijh'fer that Ritchie likel. The he received 'in-the clicches, the latter heii Indianapolis 4. S CRICKETERS WALLOPED BALL NINE AT MACLEOD Macleod, .April 17. The-baseball eeisoa yesterday with a fast-and-'exoitini; game be'.vteca the the Macleod champion waited for the challenger [the ring 'otherwise unmarked. by thq use of the regular batteryl ,ng strenetnr ?peacer, !b.; Uriggs, Di.tra, 3b.; Ualicr, ss.; Tonkins, If- llua't, ct.- Bender, rt. p.; fc.; Hutchison, lb.; Air to come hin and caught with strcighi, lefts to hlni fexperi'. opinion 'at the ringside agreed latter was in splendid s.hape, ______ the that Ritchie showed improrea Aficars Meo, ss.; McDonald, II.'- 5 1 2 Ranlden; Wlllplc and Chicago............... 3 12'i: ICansaVCity...........'.- 4 11 i: Brenuan, Prcndergnsl and' Wilson (Eleven inn Bill lino re Sfchritter, Ford Biair WllUelm and JacSlltsch.; vin', .cf.; Fergueson, if. Cm C. 1 AM. ASSOCTATIOX St. Paul Milwaukee blows "delivered with force that.rnaiV 1 rower. fare and heary left and right rips to j cut icn" and better generalship than jnj cricketers put it over the regulars to I Macleod's lawbal'l team has .been the DOdy.; Repeatedly-. Murphy any previous rights and had I'the'.'iune.-'ot H to 6. For [crifpieJ already in 1tc 'commence-1 -'.'Spud11. the season'by the departure Minneapolis lutchiscn occupied the mpnndjfVtile" of; Pacny McCartcr, popular Marks pitched for the reial3t5V_or.e cafchcr, wl.o leaves today to] cf.liis tails, however, striking F. W.'itate a pcsiticn b C. 1 Cleveland George while at hat on the side nine is beins.managed [Indianapolis BOX ATi.POLO CONTE'STS Best Locations -for -International MltihVs WiM 'Be Allotcd This Month Upon Application N.Y.. Apt11 TULSA-- JOCKEY CLUB QUITS Ihe State Givtlrr.ilp Battle.- With Troops tho re- sult vt the refusal r oi': Adjutant-Gen- ,t iol-'tt! -Cjntou'to withdraw slats troops i- Ifrom. the Tulsa-Jockey club's 'grounds, ie .Meadowbrook club, on of the- club, June 3 andJS, are to be disposed of by allotment on April 27. Boies for the series In the west eland, seating six persons, -will cost and 1150, according to location, ajld single grandstand seats for the series 915 and according to loca- tion. In'-tbe east stand seats .for the series willbe and seats for single days may be purchased-at A charge.of. 60 cents will be made for admission lo a Held enclosure oa the east side of the grounds.. today announced the abandonment of the -race meeting which began here Mor.tiay. .The race course has been under martial law for several days because of the failure to discontinue .Tulsa Bookmakers Caught Afl'seles, Cat, April Charged .with-making haoks on the races at Tulsa. Okla.. Isadore Cohn, and'E.'-M. Buck, were'ar- rested by the police. Unable to fire hail they were placed In Jail pending hearings. The rnost healthful spirit obtain- able and best stimulant for general use. As a pick-me- up tonic and digestive, Wolfe's Schnapps is always opportune, exercising the mdst beneficial efr. neys a rid other organs.'' FIT-REFORM O' ,F course, every man does not care to or for his Spring Suit. But those who desire some- thing really exceptional, both in ilyle and design, we ask to see the new Fit-Reform Spring Suits at and We have Spring Suits as low as 951 McKelvie McGuire ol the bead with such-force that he by Car, -vho aMy was compelled to retire irom tl.e helped losthe.pennnnt lasl iame. vear was the 'call 'ql his teams lineii'up as follows team-mate' that McCarter left' for PRESIDENT AFTER GAMBLERS DAOBERT TO _ A-PP EAR IN' COURT Must Answer Cn.arQe-.of Spndny Easpball .Law.; ian FrarcTs'cd .Owner "Offers- Hun- dred Dollars Reward San Francisco, Cal., April ciaririg hlmstlf. Unalterably'-' opposed to gambling on' baseball, Ji'. Cal'.F.w, Imust answer to j cjmrge. of -violating ing, sresidEnl'of Ifco Sunjay hasetolHaw in Brooklyn haseball-club, ward of 5100 fo'r tho'arrest and con- euilty toJnjvsnd furnished Xew .York, X.Y., April 17. "Jake" flaubert, ana first :_baseman of the BrooV.yn National league club, rictton of anybody btttlng on ths garaes. This would apply, he an- nounced to the capture of baseball, gaanlerg-teushl-anywhere in. the 'ya city, as wtll as at the games. laubert is part .owner of a professiotial team .'which iilaycil Iho iVs second team last DILLON OUTCLASSED LEViNSKY Battling Levinsky lost to Jack Dil- lon the other night at Butte on points in their twelve-round battle. Dillon NORTH LETHBRIDOE TO PLAY OVERSEAS Columbus -.3 ]0 5 'S Victoria Portland Seattle 5 10 .1 7 PACIFIC COAST Sacramento 2 p Venice i 3 Ange'es San Francisco Oakland Portland 7 15 S 1G "TiiH lie Lightest, Surest, Most very essence of all Canadian. MODEL T Runabout I. o. b. Ford On t a r I o 600 Six Is (he priced Use Ford louring car Is eJx flfty; the towfl' :-car nine f. o. b. Ford, Ont-i complete with equipment. Get catalog and particulars from ._- V JRTUE BROS. ,3rd Avenue i Lethfaridge LIKELY-LOOKING SPEEDERS AT STABLES CARPENTIER STOPS BRITON BEFORE FIRST ROUND ENDS Tl.cre arc some likely looking ar- ViVals way '61 fast horse flesh at the racing slablc in Henderson park, and .it Is cspcclcd that the 10 12 sialilo will he almost filled before the hig Western Canada circuit com. mcnrcs. VA. Karnorfi, by Bob Kltraimmons, is lhe lalfst arrival, and Thc Overseas vrtll meet the Norlh Mitchell, L'at'hridje foolhall _1eam in Adams j the north of England, was Knocked had the best of his man In, eleven of Pari, nc-Jt Wedn.Ea'd.iy evening at. out tonight by the French champion, .1.. rrt.- the fo-jnfis. They have met before, Levlnsky winning. ENGUSH LEAGUE FOOTBALL April" are the fesulta of postponed league foot- ball games played .today- on the ground of-the first-named club: Flrat-plvislon llahchester United; 2; Liverpool, 1. Southern League .Merthyr Town, 1; Kseter City, 0. IJAY Company.; To Farmers, Contractors, Etc. For all kinds of Help Telephone J, HARRIS CO. C, P. R. AND. GENERAL AGENTS Bejln Block, f iflt 1414 y ft O, Box 631 6RDER8 ATTESTIpN fhont WEf GIVE" )n tho rir3l ing animal he is. He is .the'property pi John n. of Missoula, Mont., nnc ol the larje'sl- race horse owners in America, and he is being trained by E. J. Patch, a-isll known .train- arid it is that the residents aftnr one minute and thirty-j -Two.o< the the Lclh- North out in five seconds of (ighllns- Jlltchei'ijnridge track now at are largo numbers arrl show tlielr appre- ciation "of fODtbaii being played In that district. TO OXFORD ATHLETES (By FuUerton) The manager ho has a snap, hla life Is one sweet song. He doesn't have to care a rap M-