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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta CAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1913 Cranlirook, U.C., Dec. four thp fifteen-roucd bosiag match, which pulled off :n the a'jflUoriuiu this afternoon between Joe Uvauni of Great Fully, MouU ihe nnSuleweislit champion holder for Canada uad Italy, aut] Marshall of UJairrcore. The light, which went the full time, was by Bob Nafe, and resulted fa a dnusr. At eleven iliia morning U vaunt iQ at KS and Marshall iGUii. Five-ounrp were used, in a ring 14xl6, thrco minute-rounds vcere Jo UK one minute res t E straight rales, one arm free, break at the "command cf the referee. Charlie Lucca, who tights FVenchy in ROSE land oa February 3 for the lightweight championship, was in- troduced to the audience, end Young Maxwell of Great Fallr. who "will chal- lenge Lucca, Strecter, and Jim Bur- middleweight Trotn Blalriuore, were also iu altesdance. A three sound preUmirriry was I o'jgfo t be Iwoen t o youn 3 chaps. Darnhardt and 'llacKey, and a four- rouud go between Walter Kay'and Kid which was most lively. The main bout went on at 4.30, Uvaatji was first tc enter the rice. clostly followed by Marshall, Both men had fought here before and each wcs well received. iiountl opened the fiebt with a straight Jell to the nose, up with a right to the neck; works to the jaw" and kid- v Qeys." The men are in a "clinch when the Ijell rings. Round leads a straight leU to the nose-, Marshall answered with a right'to the neck. Round was rather tame Round again leads to .the rjoge.wlih n straight Marshall sets, in-four-successive., rights, to the kidneys, 'with Uranai getting? iu sev- light blows'to the heart. .the lead Tbut MaiEhall-doea not feel the blows; if sinrt'jlnjf his wind is belter. There "U altoselber too much clinching. Round again starU put with! a straight left .to nose he can seems, at clinch Marshal accidentally''punches the referee i the face. Hound straight left bring? hltxhJ front I'vaaai's no.-e. Marshall rushes Uvaucl to roiws, lauding heavy blows tu ihe jav. Hound lias no effect whatever on Marshall. Ho re- ceives three upperculs to the heart in quick succession, aad answers with right to face. The round closed slight- y in '.Marshall's favor. Hound missed a ter- iflc surins to the Jaw, and Marshall al-dog quick advantage of the open- .ug, lauded lieavy rights and lefts to 'ace. Hound is taking the lead mere, and rains a succession ot blows to trie Jaw, iieck and kidneys, Hound keeps jilayit for the-Epse and heart, while Mar- shall exchanges with jabs to the neck ours IHE riUEburg. Dec. Klaus ol Pliuburg, a claimant.of the middle- out the first round of his fight with George j here tonight- Chip outfought Klaus in the first round and knocked him dowu for the count In the fifth. 1( was the second time in three months that has knocked Klaus out. McFARLAND SAYS HE WILL SHOW UP BADGER BOXING COMMISSION Paclecy McFarlacd Intends to devote some spare tinio lie uow lias on Ms hands to "showius up" the Wisconsin boxing commission which suspended lii-n for a year on the ground that he The first curling ot the season tuok place in l.cthbridge .yesterday, Jour linfcs Lcicg'fcept going almost all but.tbe splendid ice attracted a large number of bonsj'ipl artists, who took advantage of the occasioa to iget into form. The secretary ot the Vlub would be gltd to have all rinks legistered, and would also like to hear from curlers who would like to become members of the club. The secretary is Mr. John Marnock, 10 Bryan Block.. Another session at scratch fiauirs will be held tonight. Visitors ate welcome. Thr rint is located on -1th avenue.- uear 13lh street- A white line car .will you to the spot. INDOOR BASEBALL OPENS AT FLEETWOOD DEFEATS CENTRAL TEAM WINS HBOM HOBERTSO.N 1. H. C.-vs. -DORMITORY THE .CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND rJMUn'i ALEXANDER LA1RU. Central Monattr JOHN AIKU. CfMr.l Muu, V. C. BROWN. SuixiiiittmJrnl ol Western Bnochca CAHIAL FJUD-UT, SISMflSTlOT FID, TOURISTS AND TRAVELLERS1 Credit UsutiJ liy this Hank overcome ihe annoying oblainingf fundi thread, jtsjveiaHy iu jtotvs whore jJrnlific.itioii U Jifficuii. and Hound inits-es by a foot with his right, but roliows with lott 10 jaw. Considerable clinch- 'stalled" in his recent fight with Jacfc Urttlon at Milwaukee. announced today that he _ _ oiuects to soefc an interview with IDE. in'whicib UvAiTnl Governor McGovtrn io bring about elf, his re-instate men L The commission. Round decidedly TJvan-llje said, barred him because he drew ni's round. He reaches necfe Joivn ljle largest amount of money ,nd face almost at'wilt, though .Mar- since the shall closes quickly with a terrible' jab to beart. Rouuil the best round so far, fighting hp.rd all the Jim Corffty, the Dublin Giant, Who Performed Night Was Much of a Lemon. time, bolh inea apparently t for a knockout. Uvanui never misses his to the ness; Marshall seems to wait Tor it, -whea he rushes and plants strong blow's lo the and in the clinches.. wTb one arm free, be feeeps Uvanni's Sidneys. Marshall slipped -antL.went to his knees and Uvauni landed a body blow- as he came tip. Itou'nd Fourteen" Saw "constant exchanges of Wows, both playing for enacted and tie pointed to the failure of Kid manager to collect ills guarantee as another example of Its alleged inefficiency. "Xo commission at alt is better than the one they have iu was Pacfcey's final si'ot. ew York.'Dec. Coscediog 2C liounds to Jim Coffcy ttie Dublin Giant "Battling" Levensky, tec heavy- veight Philadelphia, outroughtaud" Coffey in every round bul the second, ot lO'round bout hero toalpht MCALLISTER A COMER A Montrealer who 5av the bout last week helween "Bob'f McAllister nod "Young Mike" Donovan, says mer Is a.cotner. He la voting and raw and overgrown, stand- tte jaw aca heart. Tde Totiud- was cloEe to six feel- but very 'ence and wasr.a most inter- Roun'd" VlEtecE-rl-vanni leads set-to, both men having ovl- faccauil hearir Marshall returns left! deatl-v well trained in aH the toiaw{ FrMuentV-kches-eatupthe tricks of the'game. .McAllister clearly time. The decision as a it proved quite'popular. .Marshall had great improve- his fight" her has made inacy" friepds. Tho. fight 'ffa.s 'jjTpraDied by Bob Nate; aud Sam Lindsay refereed to (the ofthe fans. outpointed his'opponent. He was as fast as a streak and clever both io altacl: and defence. He moreover has' his wits about 'The geoiUeinau doesn't think he will" ever "he a real 'white hope.1' He donbts, in fact, if tie has the physique, out he says there' telling, for it is doubtful if Corbett in his beu days "was any cleverer than McAllister Is toJay, atil In their youth Ihty must both have been verj- much of the same buHd. Dec. Pear- son of the Alberta Amateur Hockey association is going to start an in- vestlcation Jnto tbe charges made at "Winnipeg against the Edmonton Dom- inions and the S. A. A. H. A. "These charges are too serious to go said Mr. Pearson to- day. "For some time I been trying to get at the root of cer- tain ruindrs and now, if.I can ascer- tain of the 'prominent of- ficiaV makhfg ttie tliarges, 1 him brJore ihe executive either to prove or retract his charges. And fatling to provo them, he will be barred from future participation in hockey In Hits province. Should I be unable to get the name from the press as to who made the statements Ihe Alberta 'Varsity Hockey clnb. which is a member of this association tion, will be suoituoned to explain th matter." BOVRtL TAKEN The body. building power -of BOVRIL proved to be from 10 to 20 times tbe amount taken. In t series of remarkable, experiments conducted under the direct control of one of the foremost physiologists of the day, an amount of Rovril pro- portionate to the small bkck oblong -has'been proved to produce an increase in flesh ana muscle corresponding to this large outline ing the body-building power of Bovril to be from 10 to 20 timts the amount taken, In cold weather Boni! is tfic corccntra'.cj goodness oitht ISM of bttf. In coH a cnp of hot Boviil body and fortifies the >giinM it.c cncrojclimenis cf discJM it buiMs up the wtik ar.d sircngthcns ihe one.' Buy bottle to-tlay. HEAVYWEIGHT BOER'OUT- FOUGHT FIREMAN JIM FLYNN FlcetwcoJ -UinuneJ- Central tJiis morning yttthe Y.M-C.A. gyiuaasium In tbe first'game oi the public scliool indoor baseball tv a score of JO-24- The s'lx 'flings and was pretty much ol a inecrjp-go-round. Charlie Jones captained the winning team and George JMvillop the Cen- tral team.' The high school indoor league was openri team twinning from Uofccztxoa's by a 34-15 store. Jennings umpired the school ganw. j Wpslmirister and Galbranh mfet to- morrow moEnir.6_in the school .and- Kolkrtsoa's and Sherlock's high school league. In- terest in the games is somewhat slack at'the beginning, but will un- .douhtfdly' warm up alter each team I has playod its opening game. j The'school boys are enjoying the holidays to the full, at the gym, aud j every da.r. a large number iu tlie 'swimming pool. Daily swims are. tak- ea juniors aud intermediates and swims were arranged for7 today, Wednesday and-Friday at 10.45 for'the special juniors. A whirlwiiid game ot indoor tase- was heaved over at the Y.M.C. A, gymnasium Christmas morning, when the J.II.C. team' starked up against the Dormitory team, circling the bases just one ton manr for the star boarders, the score S-7 being a good indication of the class cf playing. Carley was the .height aud shining light for the Dornis, and Kane and Seldrabcchcr ror-'tte I." H. C. and Drafts o-.i all the countries of tSc v.-orTJ, i'i t-terling1, francs, Ike, Vroccfl, clC.j can be cashed or at rcasoiiabJc rates. W. 6 Lethbridge Branch T. Old Country Football "YouDg" Eaox Euglish weight, made a good Impression in'bls first fteht in'Oils country, defeating Joe Moonejvof Xew -York, in a .10-' round .-l George Rod el, "the Boer, heavy- weight, Jlih Fiynu, the Pueblo flretnan, in another Id-round contest." Bode! had the'J'better eo" roaad'1 except the ninth, NEW YORK BOXING 9S' :f .PAYS. THE STATE WELL "Xfew'York. aiinual repgrt" with legisla- ture ai 'Albany, tic Athletic commission will show that since vlhe boxing law went In "August 191i, ab'out'JllQ.OOQ tias.Wn paid in- to' the state 'comptroller's'office, this money b'eing the 'amount ,of the five per cent4tax .on receipts of ail licensed clubs operating under Ihe has'heen'a fitting off In receipts during tbe jast probably fo'lhe poor qaality of many slar bouts. MANITOBA WINS OVER UNIVERSITY Vintilpeff, Dec. up a fast brand of hockey, but failing iewtiat toward the finish' owing to the Jack "of condition, the Manitoba university hockey team defeated the representatives.from Alberta here fo- of 6 to 4 iii the first'inter-varalty hockey match1 ever .Tho locals weut on Vne ice "with., only a few and af ter outplaying their opponents "off their''feet in the'first half .and liavlog a 'to 1 they filled to increase their'leaden the second. The game was an interesting one, featured'h> pqme ?enEational .work '.in goal bv Evans for and Chubb for Al the" latter being bright ii.the second half. McKay Choppy starred for th while Lopaon and Dsitz were the pick of the losers. BIG BANQUET ROOM IS LATEST ADDITION TO MODERN STORE A banquet room, tnough for a I slate suffrage convention, anil HIT auditorium, both for Uio use cf Oie public, have teen provided in an er.ormons dciiartmcnt store in ritls-- )jurgh. Iricllechial duty thus will made easy, withcut loss of lime in hurrying awny to clunrooma. Last August construction crews bttfan this, one of ihe largest de- partment itorca In the world. With- out interruption cf business It has been going up p.teadily. Th6 own- ers, tha Kaufmann Department Stores, Incorporated, had hit upon the plan of including in Us midi> the banquet hall and -ludilorittm, Wtwt will this idea to to 1ke of art, household Acienco and nffrofpT Mrs. 8. O. Rosenst.xk, prcsidfflt of. ths Pittsburgh Women's Club, "It Is an indication (ho are not alone solicitous of fiecurhif? bur patronage, and general coo? will resolt" Tho opening next spring made a PSUsbtirx'i festival. Audit made when loan of made by S. W. Strauss t Comuany, hantters of Chicago and New Yorlf. for the the btiiliinr, shows profits that cmfrMl slnrigin with (ho liftlo Jacob and.lwuc Kauimar.n benn business in. 18711 with a capllal of te than tl.OOO, Profits for 1010, 1911 and 101: totaltd ail of tte. each and Knttfmtinn's' has become a J 090 initiftrtioa. I.oniion, Dec. are. the results oi today's scUrduleu lea- gue football games played oa the rounds ot the first named cluhs i-'insT. uivisiox. Aston Villa 0, ShelBcId United 0. Uradiora City 2, Newcastle' United 1, Manchester United 0. Manchester City 0. Preston. >.'orth 'End J, Utackburn overs 1. .Sheffield Wednesday 3, Chelsea 0. Sundertaml I, Burnley 1. Tottenham Hotspur 6, Mitidlcsbor- uKh I.1- West. Broiuwich Albion 2, Olduam tbleties 2. SECOND DIVISION" Barnsiey J, Bury 0. Hrislol City 3, Clapton Orient 0. Fuloam 0, Leeds City 1. Glossop 4, -Birnitnghatn 1. Hull City 4, HuddersficM Town 1. Lincoln City 3, Leicester Fosse 0. Notts Korcst 1, Notts County (J. County 2, Oiimsby Town 1, Ulact-, pool 0. Woolwich Dradtord 0. SOUT11KIIX I.KAGUK Swindou Town 5, Bristol Hovers 0. Jlcrthyr Town City i.' Kxclcr City 1, W-stbam United 1. inymoutli Argylc 1; MiUwall Aili- Ictic 0. Southampton -1, Portsmouth 3. Heading Ilrighlon and Hove 1. Crystal 1'alaco C, South'End Unit- ed 0. Northampton 0. Coventry City 0. Oillingham 3, Watford 0. Norwich City 2, Queen's 1'aukllaii- ers 3. nUGBV Leicester 2C, llirtenhrad S. Cardiff 20, liarbarfans 3. Newport 'I'i, 0. inq George's KING GEORGE NAVY PLUG CHEWING TOBA0OO IS IN A CLASS BY ITSELF! It surpasses all others in quality and flavour because the by.which it is made differs from is deii- ciously sweet and non-irritating.' SOLD EVERYWHERE: lOc A PLUQ ROCK CITY TOBACCO Co., Manufacturers, QUEBEC THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING COMPANY, LIMITED After exercise, a bottle of ALBERTA'S PRIDE "Beer. No matter how hard you have played, no matter how tired and: hot you.may be, a bottle of "Alberta's prove a certain revivifier of lost energy cooling, thirst-quenching, satisfying. THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 ;