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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, April 3a, 1913 LL BE TESTED TONIGHT AT N.Y. Scheduled to. Meet Frank Moran, Clever Pittsburg Boxer in Limited Bout-Both Well Groomed for Affair j BEATING THE OLD STARS New York, April 80.-Luther Mc- here he has the opportunity which he Oartv ivill have the chance to show has long desired, to face a man of Now Ynrketa at the St. Nicholas fair _ q;'ahtr_ and demonstrate to the s ill., x- , , X . ,.1 1. X, - Istjc Jans that he. is Sreally a *Athl6tio club tonight whether he is , champion. The bout will be unique made of championship calibre or whe-i in this respect. The men wljo will thor he ,is merely a second rater in; take part in it have earned decisions the "hope" brigade. In his previous over Al Palzer. Moran at a Brook- battles here he did not shine brilliantly. Luther will !acfl Frank Moran, oi lyn club cut Paker to ribbons, and McCarty technically knocked � out Palzer In a bout in California on Pittsburg, and as ho has improved New Year's dav. Both men will en-rery much since his first appearance ter the ring in great shape.  BOXING SECOND TO BASEBALL + * * + *  IN POPULARITY IN THE STATE OF NEW YORK iK�w York, April 29.-TMie public la Pending nearly $1,000,000 a year to (� boxing contest* In. New York' �tat*, ACCKiiag to a report of the tate athletic commJssion, published t�Miay. The exact total of gate receipts at boxing oontoots for the year fiding KoT. 30, 1912. is |983,826, out (ti whioli tlie state received & five per cent. QonBDisaios of 149,191. Since t)tQ athlatk oommiulon was appointed In Aogust, 1911, the grand total of t ev�ry round Kansas City...... ........... Indianapolis ............ ..... Morgan and KritchcII; aiid Cotter. Milwaukee ..... .,.., , Toledo .................. ..... Slajphiba and Hughes ; and Krueger. Internationa] ^ Newark i.; .................... 5 8 0 Jersey City ... ............. 0 10 3 Atchison and, Smith ; McHale and Chishplrii, WsitQEsoaked grounds put a ban on all other games in the International yesterday- \ � i �-"-- Northwestern Seattle ..,.. ...... .............. 13 11 2 Spokane....... ',.,,: ...... 1 4 '2 Gipe and Steadman; Johnson and-Ostdiek. �  WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN, MARKET Winnipeg, April 30.-The market opened at % decline on lower cables, and was very steady, though fairly aetlve. The gain for the day wa� Vs i I'Dr July. Oats were cteady and In poor demand. Fla.x wa3 stjong,and advanced ab-oiiti two cents. There is a fair cash -demand for lower grades of wheat, but no enquiry for No. 1 and 3. Export bosi-uess is quiet, with very little offering. Receipts were light, yesterday's inspections being only 152 cars, with. 350 in Bight for today. Cables closed; I>ive.Tpoot, % to % lower; Paris, 2 lower to % up; Berlin, ^, lower; Budapesth, 14 ,up; Antwerp, unchanged. The opening' and closing prices today were: Wheat-May .. ........ July ......... October....... 0�tt- May.......... July ......... Flax-r May.......... July........ October ........ Closing Cash Prices Wheat-No. I Northern .. :........ 93 Na 2 Northern.......... 90i,a Portland.........,... .. Tacoma . ,., ..,............. Martinoni and Murray; and Grindle. .. 3 10 3 ..4 4 2 McGinniiy Vancouver ...... ...... .,....... 8 8 2 Victpi;ia ,,;, .,.,, ,............10 11 2 Ingersoll, McCreary, Dawson and Lewis ; KantJehner and Meek. Northern Qrand Forks 9, Virginia 2. Dulutb 9, Minneapolis 8, Winnipeg 6, Winona 6. Superior 12, St. Paul 7. COAST LEAGUE Portland 9, Venjce 1. Los Angeles 4, Oakland 0. Son Francisco 4, Sacramento 3. K M EAT 'eM , OF RATHER W DE|iN DUNDEE GOT A DRAW with Dick Rudolph departing frotW theOnternatlonal Toronto Leafs, the te�m will depend for Its enMtlonal doings largely on Benny Meyer, whose batting and fielding avewfles were high up last year. jSo far the TorohtM have been nlayinn uiu� tall eiwi*irs, and the nennant will not stay lona In Canada at Jhe present, r!it#(9f ,fl^ Los Angeles, April 2�.-Johnny Dundee, of New York, was given u draw at the end ol his twenty-round fight tonight with Johnny Kiifaane, the featherweight champion at the Vernon areua. Klibane apparently outpointed the challenger in every round,'bjit-the (.-Italian's desperate twentiei^.tpund elloct in the opinion of the referee-earned him a ,draw.. The! deoi^ioh ' was -deoidediy unpopular andi the'/crowd voiced its disapproval at the termination oi the battle, ^ ' '�. �� �� � . ^Throughput the fight Kilbane out-b'oxetl.Dundee and.at many stages ot the fight made the New, Yorker look like a novice. The latter's method of jumping in the f�r andmrying to land on 1)J8 adversary provoked only the dfirislvei,.laugliter oi the champion, and aoUfl b\ows to the body which mot; newly every effort ot the chal-.Jenger .to lan^in th|S: lashion. '  At the,end' o| 'tlj?- ifight R-ilbane had only :a bruised mduth 'while the Italian's 'features were badly battered. Kilbane .was far too clever for the New-Yorker.'both at.long rahge boxing,and at iin-flghting,'although at times; the italIan was more than clever,. In; oJiidi/)g the swiiigs of .^.th'e champion.   ', ; - f Open 93% 94% 90 34% 117 120 :123 Close 93% 34%, SO nsvi 121 124 No. 3 Northern No. 4 Northern No. 5 Northern . No. e Northern Feed ...... ... Winter Wheat-No. 1...^..... No, 2 ... ... ., No, 3........ No. 4 ... ... .. Oats-; No. 2 C. W. ... . No. 3 C Vf. ... . Epc. No. 1 Feed , No. 1 Feed .... No, 2 Feed ... . Barley-No, 3 ..." ,.. ,, No. 4 .. ... .. S7% 841,4 IS'A 75 04 95%.. 92% 88*4, 8514 34%. 3394 32% 30?4 49 48Mi Rejected................. 46 Feed.......... _____... 45 Flax-No, 1 N, w: a............... 117% Minneapolis Wheat Open Close May........88% 88% July.............. 91% 91% September.....91% 92% Chloago Wheat May .. -------. ------ 91% 92% July .. ., i. .. ..� 92 92% September........' 91^ 92% By AiJpointment Tj^ "REAL SCOTCH" Buchanan's RED SEAL JAMES BUCHANAN SOOTGK VHim DISTILLERS D.,O.ROBLIN> TQR9NTO 30 38 55 ;