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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta DECEMBKR.21. HHIi PACE THREE HERALD SECTION SROSS WINS REFEREE'S DECISON IN GREAT 1 0-ROUND MILL WITH IKE COffiNOFDURABLE -FAME Al Ross won the j decision in the return match li In the Majestic theatre in a ten round j_m_e. bout with Ike' Cohen of! that] 'in decision. Ife 1 Iiididitlng.-Ross by a 8lia.lt- ss ducks a hard left. (CONTINUED I'noir' I'HONT PAOB'I it might be construed as a movement toward peaco and in aid of German overtures. .He specifically denied, in the document itself, linn that was the fact." Secretary Lansing said: '1 ho sending of this note will indicate the possibility of our beins forced inlo war Thai, possibly ought to serve as a restraining anil sobering force safeguarding United States rights. It may also serve lo force an earlier con- clusion of the war. Neither the pre- sident nor myself regard Ihls note as a peaco note, It is merely an effort to get the belligerents to define tho end for which they arc fighting." Ihe White House- no effort was made to lessen the importance of Sec- retary Lansing's statement. President Wilson would make no comment, i're-1 himself on several oc- i 01 LECKIE COMMANDS AT WITLEY London, lice, lio --UrtK.-Gon. It. G. Lechlo haa-assumijil duties of general officer commanding al- ft Wllley ramp. The follov.-hiK (Canadian officers have 550110 overseas: .Majors Ij. AV. Cra'.v- ford and A. L. Captain A. Cillllil and Chaphiln Kd- mison. Lieut. L. S. Cnllcn has gone (o Canada on leave. Major W. V. Hodgos has resinned, and is rctuniiiig to Canada. Koss lands a light right to jaw. They casions has pointed out the danger of t Boss could eilher sidestep and let mis ill the centre, and are sparring the United States being involved in Court of appeal on the Wild Land 1 out KcUUe Franks, tne jza puuim.uu.., Lansing today, ami it. was r f IS -O-TSS ..-assUMs but could not follow lip his ndvaiuage. nohen troubled Boss in two rounds when he slipped over his left swing, but 'he was unable to get the local boy going and nothing came of his temporary advantage._ let r. a minute and clever, .a ni ucuoii i ..J-- j-- Great Falls the bell rang.-Cohen by a shade. Hound rushes Cohen lo Hie ropes. Cohen sends over a left. Cohen rushes ROSE to hTs corner and misses .j (wo swings. Ttoss has the best of the' infighting in even. Round mil and both miss LEFT-HANDERS PUT IT OVER THE JOKERS this year had been larger] than previous year, and a larger _ crop area next season will he the re- sult. The lax is being met fairly iy well. Taxes are corning in much er this yeai than in previous years, indicating the general prosperity ;hroughotit the province. fans, claimed that the -best that. Ross should have got was a cmia.iier- inK the low hits registered, and. showed their disapproval .of the decision. George Harris, Cohen's manager, jc- ,'istered a strong protest, but Jud loley said ittei wauls -h- he-had heard the complaints agiii hib de 1 ick ami wh.it 1 goe-> There isn t i man lett m mi en s eapaole of eriving me i good fig it 1 beat Gooige f hane> That h, whs i havt to bnttle 1 gl t if I fight at ail 1 am as good as anj legitimate lightweight m the tins to is men jilio can male pound', ringside Natu allj if I IT compelled to lei, the n i at IJi po mil i I can not be expected to whip them I the the the nms and 'the. back, and 1 believe 1 have 'he stamina I want to move it on Freddio Welsh was confident the government wonlo past to the wi display the necessary qualities of en month by some of the actions which ergy and determination wcie pressul upon the Ute govornment not believe they would repudiate the govcuiment well th it quality of judgment would h-ue been easv enough in tn T hail and Wllll MOIHII m m ._ "l im instead of a wall and fcloves took furtlm action for a curtailme-t on his handb msteiu ot a brush in in opontinK exmuses bv itcommpnd tliem he mas revert to his f rst loioling unanin a retrenchment in and do some pliiteilng again ci Itie.plisers Tho si'aij list of iKun nViA nf Hm National league WHY EVANS IS CHAMPION A, group of' golfers gathered around the "nineteenth were discuss- ing the remarkable teat of C1 'c1 1 vans at the amateur championship vans Is said to have stationed a cad illo 40 yards iwiy and pitched l ball inlo a in the hoy s Inndi without the boy moving from his tracks Tho occurrence the chartpion s skill with the inasbie of Dec more than one of the National league ISllt Ot uec 6C, Fulton has about everjtbmg pt, cluhs last exceeded juenence He can box he hub tin, and the nrobabli reduc'ion may md stiength he is si 1ft; on hi j estimated b} tin, staiemeit of one feel to a big mm and he cm hit, club owner tin, he eMKCted with both hands ami hit straight Jf to cut this solars list bs at least his loft is working well that night I one fifth that idditioual foi a knockou1 i> not go undaiim d with Jess Willard for the champion- ship is an incentive mlton urn bt flguied to do Ins heat There is" no intention of discourag- ing Moran. He is game and will be in thue tiyint but the game heart does not ilways win in the pugilistic ring ind Aioran is no against a tough uefo Changes in the rules governing the Wurid's scries, as proposed August Herrmann and President .Tener, were recommended by. the league. These include the prmlbion that the ulayero of the two teams competing in the series lecervo a stipulated amount ind that a percentage of the icceipts ho divided linrong the players on other clubs finishing m the first division of each league. Bv this plan It was HONUS TO OUT nesnite the tact that one John 'Hcm.3 Wa-oici has thing on all ot the European censorship put to foi oUirdmg his personal at mnior is busy spreading the re- liort tliat tile veteran i" i'l the midst of nlans which will in his signing out of Dan Cupids IOIIK term contracts earn in 1J17 It said that Honui and hit, bride will go to tile Pacific coast on then hone; moon and that Houus -will not 10 tirt from baseball but will report at, ColumbU'! Go... with tho.Pirates next spring goilig dire h from tho Coast was said before nib cttcn conraee is to he commended but hisjthiined interest Would be stimulated it Isn t as good !h] among tho second d n ision club s in picking the soft ones is that .f I.OTIB theli efforts to finish witliin the- I I nlrtn IK dTHWH 11D other sciapners i After the p'an ie drawn up This is the same Fred Pulton wham 1 foi approval at i meeting of the two Yount Al Ross fought at leagues This action will probaWi lo nf ago when [be taken in fehuary Mont T oou lulton won (he decision in U lounds .District Judge liyan, Portage la I'lalrii is re iring aftci 30 sor vice, on tho bench. Mayor Porter has retired from the irayoraitj contest in Ottawa Con tipller Usher and Tavlor SIcVeit} are loft in BUJIIIJ> or DeMTiptioii is