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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PMDAY, DECEMBEB 1.1918 THE '.LETHBUIDGP DAILY IIEHAUD PAGE THHliK HERALD SPORT SECTION Young Ross Gets the Decision PUNISHES YORDY 'BADLY IN 10 ROUNDS Local Fans bwret Grass, Mont., Doc. l.-Young Boss ot Lcthteldge, middleweight champion of Canada, easily earned tho decision over.Art Yordy of San Iran- ,.lsco in a ten round bout here before a crowded house composed ot Alherta and Montana fans. Ross had the better of tho go right from the flrstgonB. In the flrst round he all but put His man away, and again in the third 1ord> was groggy 'but Yordy was tough and Koss could not deliver the sleep-pro- ducing punch. Yordy is a clever boxer and though ten pounds lighter than the popular Canadian, he hung on. In tbe last two rounds Boss waded.in to clean-up but Yordy stayed with It. played a strictly defensive game. His race was badly cut and he r n-cC'e s-jare displaying his terrible right punch. yng s erre r lame crowd of fans were present from Lothbridge and the Coutts O'Rourke of Great Falls. BALLLEAGUEIS A First Clash in Pacific Coast Cooks in Canary Line-up Lethbridge and Towns South Are Being Lined Teams Likely ALLEN CUP OPEN Winnipeg. Dec. Manitoba Hockey association at a m'eetlng here prelfminafy toTthe annual meetiiiB which will be held next Tuesday, de- cided to vote for Allen cup hockey and against holding the annual meeting of. 1. the'Canadian Amateur Hockey asso- elation, favoring the continuance in office of the present officers. The Manitoba senior hockey fur- nished this winter-will be in two sep- arate leagues, one is the military con- sisting of battalion, 223rd battalion located at Portage La Prairie and 'the two Winnipeg battalions, 221st and 190th battalions. The other is civilian, but has one munition work- Ing teaavTransccna. GREGG THINKS CHANGE pp. CLUBS'WOULD HELP Vean Gregg believes if he was on any othor team but the Boston oluli he would soon regain the form that once made him the most feared southpaw in the American league. "The Boston pitching staff is such a good one that it would have Been 'indeed' foolish for Carrigan to have experimented with any uncertain- uays-Grege- "In hatting prac- tice, the Boston players Insisted I as much stuff as ever, but that was'about.tho only place I would get a chance to work. Every now and then 1 would be Injected Into a game, hut would then find my con- trol lacking, with the batter working me to the- limit I believe all that I need'n regular work to recover my old form, but regular work with. team having a pitching staH like BoBton IB some compliment. EATONS WERE SUSPENDED Toronto NOT! Batons, of toe Toronto and District Football as whV had been ordered to '.bring their before the boart {or Inspection, failed to do so and have been suspended. The action of the directors In ask Inr for hooks was to either quell or substantiate some rumors that are afloat. __________ STRICTLY TEMPERATE -Let's go out and a tete-a BOWLING TONIGHT The Mercs and Dominions come together tonight at the Dominion alleys In a scheduled game in the City Bowling Lea- gue. The Mercs have still to be defeated and the'league has only one more week to go. The Dominions are out to do the trick. _ ...'_._ He tete. right, 'make mine too American." but don't let 'em ITS RESULT "If-they put an embaigo on whea then the' housekeeper will 'begin tt complain." "Why will It will keep tile brea from American. Short for International New York; Dec. Kd ward Barrow ot the International lea 'announced hfere today that h will advise his club owners to pla only a lH-game league season nox year-and "Doit-eeaeon series of 4 games wltlf the American association the clan AA league ot the middl west Ruin, Price on Battballa will cos from 1C to BO per cent, more next sea than lait, depending upon the mar ket price pi the materials, local spor Ing goods today. It Was announced that the price of golf will be advanced from 30 per cent, neit season. JTTSBURG BALL STARS TRAIN AT COLUMBUS, GA. Pittsb.urg, Dec. spring train- g camp next season of the Pittsourg atlonal League club will" be estab- shed at Columbus, Oa., according to n announcement here today by resident Barney .Dreyfuss. This will the. first time in sixteen consecu- ve years that the team has not rained at Hot Springs, Ark. A District Basketball League ior Southern Alberta is a. distinct possi- bility in sport circles this winter. In other years such a combination has been talked of but the beginning and the end was talk. This year the prospects are mighiy good however and if the south towns kick through there will be n lino of sport to liven things up. The League will be composed of Lethbridge, Cardston, Raymond, with Stirling or Magrath as possibilities. At Raymond, the Knight academy has sevcra'l of the old Stirling squad which cleaned up on everything in sight a couple of winters ago. Card- ston has the makings of a speedy quintet, while Stirling is always to I the fore with a snappy team. Ma- is an unknown quantity In the basketball world. It is likely that a meeting will be held shortly, attended by representa- tives of the different towns, for tho purpose of forming the Leasua, elect- ing officers and drawing AID a sche- dule. Meantime games are being arrang- ed between a picked crew from Leth- bridge and the Cardstoa quintet Home and home games will likely bu played. Spokane, Dec. Spokane hoc- key team, headed by Manager Lester Patrick, left last night for Portland where they are scheduled to open the Pacific Coast Hockey association sea- son Friday night against the Portland Rosebuds, winners of the champion- I ship last year. Ten players will mane the trip, the squad being further re- duced by the release of Held. The men who will represent the Canaries In tho initial dash of the season are Fowler, goal keeper; Oenge. Patrick and McDonald, defence; Kerr. Lloyd Cook, Nichols anil Mallen, for- wards; Leo Cook and Hllcy. substl- Patrick is confident that Gives Check on Spot t'oi to Piilriotic Fund, After j Hearing Addresses i (Tram Our Own Magral.li. -Nov. A. Uuchan- an .M.I'., ot Lethbridge. and T. Twewlio, M.P.P., of Calgary, address- ed -A poorly atlciulcd patriotic meet- ing hero last night. Hoth gentlemen spoke in vigorous terms about the present, status of tho war and the great need for funds to help out the] auxiliary war organizations. The Patri- otic F'inil ivas established anil being kept mi tor the benefit of. dependent wives unrt children of the men at the front. Those should receive every i possible consideration and It was up FORD GARAGE 1232 THIRD AVE. S., LETHBRIDOE 24-Hour Service Oalers lo Ford 'Business. j, Let Us Demonstrate Warner Lenses Yankee Pumps Uiiulop Goodyear Dominion Tires j Have You Tried Vultex? anag Cons his aggregation will be able to hold its at Uorao lu sce ofiy M aml class condition, Kerr showing not the slightest 111 effects of his recent in- Canaries held their last prac- tice preparatory to the opening ot the season yesterday afternoon and the players displayed plenty of pep in their workout. The Spokane team will remain in Portland until Saturday, arriving In Spokane Saturday night. Tho season will be officially opened in Spokane on Tuesday night with Frank Pat- rick's Vancouver team as the attrac- tion. Weak Lungs Chest Troubles respond more quickly to the blood-enriching oil-food in SCOTT S EMULSION the season will kick-off the first week of 1917. Bob Unglaub Dead Baltimore, Dec. Robert laub, manager the Fargo (N. D.) Northern league baseball club and former major league player, died here as the result of an accident last MOP- day. food to strengthen tender throats and bronchia! tubes. It is ot peculiar benefit to the respiratory tract and is liberally used in tu- berculosis camps for that purpose. No Harmful Dnigs in Scott's. Scott Bownc, Toronto, Out. ami At the conclusion ot the meeting the hat was passed and something better than was collected. During the past few days patriotic workers have been busy and about has been subscribed. One prom- inent fanner, John Whitt, stated he believed lu sharing tho year's pro- fits with the bnys ami Immediately wrote out a cheque for Prcd W. Karren, who has beti. in business hare for the past thirteen years, left this morning for Vancouver where he will open up a grain and; produce exchange for the well known lirm of Strong and Dowler. Mr. i-cn conducted one of the .Nggeist i grain hiving campaigns for tills cpm- panv in "the history of the south last year auJ will doubtless make good lu tin city. Mrs. Karren and children will remain in. ilagratn tor the present. as follows; Chairmaa, J. P. urnc, ii broken arm last Monday ir.ornmg, has been sent to the Gait hospital to; undergo an X-Ray examination. The' break occurred next to the shoulder point and tho broken portion was wrenched from the socket. Mrs. Sa- hey, despite her advanced years, is bearing ur, under the shock with re- markable fortitude. A (inlet wedding was solemnized last night when Franklin Rich and Miss Lillie Workman were manned at the home .of the bride's parents. Mr and Mrs. John Workman. Bishop Barker officiated. Only the immedi- ate relatives and friends of the con- tracting parties wjve present. Mr. snd Mrs. Hich will take up residence in Magrath. 4 A I I I I 1 I I I I I HU 1 U 1917 Ford Radiators and Hood Covers 1916 Ford Radiators and Hood Covers IOJL OU- I VOU.R choice of j[ cKocolates is as likely to come in for criticism as the color of your tie. mm who ktfs Liggett's joins me great majoritP omer men all over me continent have found it an open sesame to difficult doors. Liggett's Chocolates are aUvajIs fresh, wherever biry1 ifhent either-Pillage. EachRexall Store stocks mem in small quan- tities, and stocks mem often to ensure (his constant freshness. W locolates Are delicious. Thickly coated with the finest of crisp chocolate, evar? bite a a delight. Luscious fruits pineapple, peaches, cherries, strawberries from (he gardens orchams uie tJorld filberts, almonds and -walnuts from Suratf France, Italy end Spain; and best of butter, cream and sugar- all these goodies make Limit's Choc- olates literally melt in your We., 80e., Don't forget we can sell you tires cheaper than any place in the west. EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR DIAMOND TIRES Squeegee Tread Baalim Motor Co. HARKY HOLMAN, MANAGER r Ex-Mayor Sinnott is a candidate for the school board in Calgary. !The House of Commons Is not like- ly to. meet until late in January. Louis KEEL, 5th Street Fashion Craft Clothes Shop The1'regular weekly ganloa In