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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, .3.-19J7. HERALD SECTION Offers to Meet Eddie Franks Here Feb. 13 Tf EddiE'I'rnnhs is iiRi'K'iililc, mid Ilici-t is no reason to hi Ihiil lie will lie, llic fails of jvi see llit'iv iicxl Boxing on Tucsdny, lot- Ihe J.clhbmlye Sporh Clni) (His inoniiiiK received'-a wire troiii Benny MSSKUI, me Llml he is-ready lo meet llnskcll so Ihcre slioultl' Haskcll is scVcrnl jio'iimls'heavier Hum rranks; wglul) lii'iii 133'al llircc o'clock. K'raiiks should he buck loday, nnd delimlc iiml offers lu riniiminccnicnl made On Monday. TO-DAY'S Sport Summary He Has Iken Volt'J Into The Professional :L Golf Hero lilyi'H. .N'ew" York', Wneil the United Stales (loif association voted .'at ills but-meeting 10 uphold Its dcf Inltlcra of, an-amateur, and :by BO do liiK jiulTLancIs Oulmct on Hie (doling of a .professional eolfer, It robuci] uniDlouVeolf-oI one of the most son. figures it aver iwsaeEscil In IhlB counlry- In Bpllo oi the ficl lint the tlon of Ihe OoirVaisoolallon was coinmeiHlublu'In [bot It made no-dls- 'llritlloii bElwuen Oillmet nr some IcBiVr-iJluyerE, sollera Ihe nation uver I never- will eriEe fmin their memories sliglil crcu- 3y .playlne' around a Bolt one when' lie 'accomplished .that fcnt- ile'sprar.'-'.lo'fame In a blaze of glory in a placed American ama- .that plni'iJ became a ilicro.i'i.-----1.' 1 .'oiU'ir-'haVc -Iheir bad tufeS.'' Tfi'c' Eia'tij j'of'jS.S spbvttllt ioinoijines-'blinils U-covers It was so case .of himselt innocent nf nnyiVTOnE'dolns he. Became .raised lip'iii 'tin attempt to "establUh.a sport- ing con'milUlns .hi-.nsell In IHat hla. connection was 'Ea'sily-'esta'hllshed.' His: violation 'of' Ylie .a'ppareni.. and there nolhin'i' [Or the ..association K were efforts to bring.Ouime out of such legislation by pffcrme nmenijmcnls. "The" struggle- was" lone; nnd hard-fought, but in ihe end the.rule-stood Just as It nlways "nVd ind the-jioy-wondor of'Drooklinc was branded '-The flown in to that of also -barred Iri rcccKV 'ruling's'-'by Hie .United Slates NnLlonaVIiawh Tennis assbciallori. MO" In.a.37. WONT DISSOLVE Chicago, Feb. en- thusiasts today had .-before ththi x statement Istued at-Auburn, N. Y., by John H. Farrell, secretary of the National Aaioclatlon of pro- fessional baseball avert- ing that there'was-po bails for report Iliat' the aieoclatlon might dlESolveiiinder certain con- tlgcncles resulting from the strike of the players. ...hie, added, how- ever, that an Individual league may granted permission to sus- pend operations, for the season If :'It'fs'deemed advisable 'by the national board, WIN FOR CLINE Patsy Cllne, Kew ed Stanley Yoakurn, In a ten-round bodl .In New York Fri- day night. FIGHTER 'No 'act of crlml'nallty was com- mltt5d in connection with the box-, ing bout In 'Albany) N: last Tuesday night In..which Stephen T. McDonald was.killed by a blow under the heart delivered by Win. th'c.'e "last night'.'In .diicharglng "Hicks arid otheri held In'conTiec- tlon with the Investigation.' Two gamed were played lu Ihe Car- pciball l-caguo In tho Moose Hall last evening. The Whs again defaulted In their uanics with Ihe A.O.F. (Star) anil Slooso. (The (J.O.F. lost ,bolh Ihelr encounters wllh lho Moose am Star V O but tho result, stll leaves the S. O. K. at tbe head of the league The.lcadelfihlp Is not a cer tnlnly yet; the unexpected may liap pcu in any of remaining fixtures Tho Sons have, ullll lo play Ihe 0.0 f., A.O.K. Slar Bud KWe. Tho follow ing were last nljjhl'a reeultK: A. 6. V. filar 13: C.O.F, 5 MOOEO IS-. 7. A.O.V. vs. Kllia, default. Moose VB! Kits, default. Lciouc Standing Pi W. U ii 1 1' 11 s a 11 s ID 5 5 good klci .unaeryes and un'ially gets Hardlc. t t H Is with pleasure-, note i'lio'.former cdllof' of "The woith a tbou tarnl an sl.111 a shining llgbt In life journalistic' flelil. May his light'ever shine. f Someone asks why this col. is call- ed "Kitchen Mystery." Did you over at bash ot a l.iiVto hotel? t logal-and Illcraiy, fac llles of Stamboul unlversllj-, says n onatanllnople dispatch, on liKlng sked to aufgclt. ii candidate, for tbe Cobel pence jfizo, hax nsnied tbo erman cmperir.ab the "I'oreflghtc or Ibe peace Idea." The vote wa lose between Der Kaiser and Jcs Villanl, Die pus's chief claim lylu n the fact that ho la "too proud t Ithl." llnyuirnd beaL 'Cardslon 17-2 beat .Curdsloii JMO. I'i out for yourself. Put It down In yaur To Cats (angle with the Hull DOEF. i Tuesday night for. the Ileil CIOE N'urfies with narcotics will b band.. Ho there... 1'ivc l.cgislalui'CH Hitve Hills Coniing Up This Session Govt. Assailed On Matter of Ross Hon. F. Oliver Speaks Out l ,.i rlfln vasi "Wlien the Keb. 2.-riie HOK rifle "casts.. sneers M.akos these ansunl approaches not do a. o. B........ (.Jail Gardens Moos-q...... 0. 0. K A. O V. (Unity) A. 0. F. (Star) K. of i' IClks Tcre Is every pass. Scco U.A." i- otl billion war resolution. Chicago, Kcb. gild' ick eye gone by because c shady'aclionb ot Us adherents, f. Openc.l (ho discussion In 1017. U-uiL a renue-it for Informallon as lo 3I- Mis- win- tho Ross ride factory IB conilnu. Se Ing lo I urn out largo quailllllcs of the speecb lie informed the house lhat a lllt'itauiu lu es ot the Btato uniler proper reslrle Ions, Bill Uji in Missouri In Missouri, where boslng in tteii number rounds already la rnlltcd a incaburB Helm' 57 varieties hisdn'L anything on Kbovcr's iBI name Ihe If JenulngH and Mercer gel too cocky we'll sic Karons on to (hem. double series wilh falfary, Barmis nnd LethbriiiKo comiicllng is on the boanla. Tbe plan is to play a scries ni live panics In c-ach lown, and something Is E'alJ about a hun- dred Irane's a corner.. J-'or l.etlibridgc F.vaas and Shover..wo.uld essay lo bilng homo tbe bacon; flaruas would depend on Blarls and Moore, while Calgary would rustle her two best Inindlers. Soiiiitls- InU'rcstluis uny- e the l icordliiK to i nf which than had already Is ye necn .upplca. while the Cana.llan bos been offered to bo ever was or will be. Tbcae, snccra como wllh ill grace from Ibu honorable member, bavins regard In iho1 administrative record of bis gov- ernment." Mr Oliver, In reply, said lhat ho was a member or lho government whkh liArt adopted the Itoss rifles-, it had sen-eil lie purpose durlag the time of peace, and was Ihe best lar- gel rifle In the world. Ho would nol accept- any responsibility for 11 as :i service rlflo .He relieved tbe ernuient of all responsibility of laT.lfifi the rlflo lo lho balllefiel.l, but bebl them responsible for any delay In dis- carding It after It was found to. be a, failure Tho Canadian mllllla author- ities should have acted and not wall. ,ed for the Drllish aulhorltlcj, lo 20 It Is fos- vogue. In tlin police of the. t 8lranEe that yiHavor- I "Hen Joplln .Elioi could have lakcn over .leclfilou are iui oil. rhe estenian 1 IstrallonK are favora ble hill would mikn oil parts of the slate equal. 'After 10-Round Douls In California Ihc proposed law pro- i _ if necessary. AMETHYST AGAIN Buenos Alrca, Feb. DrlllsK cruUor Amethyst, ono ot Ilio equad- ron searchlnp; [or German ratiTcra ir, tbe. South Atlantic, was allaclied a. submarine, according to Uie Per- nnmtmcb newspaper Jorual Paqucao, but repelled the Sir Sam Hughes made a vlgorou [defence of the Hoss rifle. The whole trouble, ho salJ, was due lo defective, ammunition, the lloss rifle showing Us and 10-rouml bouts conducted by reg- ao ,c S for a slalo unilng commission OVcr tho Lee F.ullelcl In all Tho only "breeze" In connection wllh Hie debate occurred fiflveu Frcncb resen'Isls, after liar, Ine spent twenty-six "months on ac- vo aerTico. are on their way to their lomes ia Saskatchewan ami AlljorU, wliore they will spend Ihelr tweut- no clays' iurlojifiU. Among them am Prlvato Bernard Penau, of St. Guuner Bmile Slovenia, EtH Artillery, Dunkirk, SaEk; and Uunner] S'.ttb. Artillery ot Kennedy, SasV. lack Velock) Mew Feb. 3. Pllcherj. in 13 true Hint, Les Darcv.. the XuBtraliaii 'mhlillew'eiBnt', "hab i'c'cciit- eil an offer of lo'box Al ;51c- t'oy, .the' allCECiI American-'Iniildlcv weight will'lakc bis chances .ivitii hls-rcpulatloh. Darcy lu evpccled lo knock McCoy oul -insiclo ot a len. round limit. -If. tbe-Austra- liaii Bhoulil fall, in the. attempt he would lose much prestige.'-'McCoy, a tliird ritcr, has been called the chain- l.lon since he.accldsiitally knnck- the National league who arc permllL- ed to "get. away" .wllh t half'.balk motion when there is' a runner on first base are cesnojiaihle fael lhat Ihe National. Is behind the American league lu b'as'e running. So says John McOraw, the' scrappy leader 01 the ana' Johii is Ifily-SlalheWBon and i others.: McGraw" would like" lo "see 'ihe National leaguers put over strict rules balki He' 'Eaya there are BO many.-lell-himders' In'the old- league-'who' uso'a balk .iiidtion Ibal Ibe base minor's cbrtiices arc cut down fully fifty-Ter cenL- "The'v couldn't geL'away wilh-thal slufi iii the American John "nnd I .thluk thai a slrict..tialk rule is sadly needed In our league to help the. base runners out." A stolen base often .marks the cy Fleb.'solilociiilsing: To "strike Or not to That IE the tjueslion. Whether it Is better lo sirlkc And hit for Ibe lall rank grass Ot Ixike, Nprlb Dakota, Or lo slick to Ihe; ship even though Her chequered course lakes me To Mobile, Alabam.: Hone IB- worth money In be'worth moie limns lu Davy Fullz'B traniY which would make boxing legal under slate supervision. The' bill also would eliminate .the guarantee and make each Ifghlo'r box on a percentage. Michigan in Field Condillons in Michigan arc pecul tlcn. Mr. Oliver salil lhat Trhen broke out Ihe should have taken, stops la sec that Ihe rlilo ii tbe bands of the soldiers waji III very best. This bad not been doue no actloa'was takeu until Ihel ,rc 11 m Mlclilgau arc ucu ar. and over UorlUes.' There was no Ju'illflcatlo otihopromolerima) spoltlecbauc a lho CF. During the admlnlstralloii of Ooi v turning point o game. of. ball When a fast man gels on, wiiu a gooil hitler coming up behind him tliero.'ls a run.hi ihe making." But I the runner sels nipped oft first be- cause'.a.las rule allows a Fraiik Klaus, who' was him, was' not; c. g'cnulii.9 McCoy ncfer'.'liis risked his alleged title Bince he stopped'Chip. Tie has indulged In numerous which hugging and > the two popularity: Mlko Gibbons is the'real inrry to try conclusions'With him. Glbbonc Jack Dillon lilon ever ed biitTBcorgc Clilp-ln-nMs than one pull a half mo Ion, the embjso round. Chip did not.' have-, a clear run toes a-gllmmerniE And It Isn title to the championship fair which would brinE tho rciiiilred. re s'uUsV'thc National leaguers -'.inus make, it Iron-elaJ. There must he no may cause an; lim- plro to hesitate when he la calico upon lo decide wliclher'or .not a pitcher has balked. The rule must bo plain. Each fall, when Ihe American' league .winners' line the world's scries, the ;umplres.nro called upon to decide before Ihe first game slarls Just bow- they will inter- The criminal Vrauk Manlell, who to come to l-ethbriogo lu meet luimg now boxing inslruc- tor.of the police force at -liidicationsi are-that..-ihe ''.lioiiiig garni: is due" for a Ullly Sunday re- vlvnliu the city.iV.-i.thln lho next month. The fans arc gcllins iiecvcil lack of action in the game dur rig.lho past Yo 'ii'dnlleiiEi o Ihc world ill 133 ponnlls fromLci MorriEsey. Morrlssey Is, now n claho .where he got a1 newspaper tic clslon Over Ad him Ihrce tluws In rounds. 'He would like a match with al IU pounds if lho lightweight champlon- ihlp of Canada is at- stake.-. .Ncgolu- ooki favorably upnu glove roiilesU- assrs.- r- well-beloved of. Edfyion'toniinv went I "froiir ai'r'a'Vin pflvate'ln" the rear rank of reinforcements lor an Ed- menten. batljlion. a leader of men, managed to might the front more n.ulck- ly. This newVwas conveyed lo 1 ThtVJournii'by Bagley, the well- known baseball player, who bad tbe privilege the Desk's hand .grand.old .-Reman left In France. If "good are any eriterjon, the old icoul.will return f1 unmarked''for'his thousands of 1 friends are pulling (or a ufe and Journ- "Does the hmioraWe niemlior realize, on anil keep' it on unlil such lime as ihe spirt had'b'ee'n mode.lawfi" actually tested the government did not take notice of '1 deny caiiio back llio prcn did lake notice. sool Is In'danger of losldg the game as a result of tbe boxing connnisslonV'interpretation of the as we were law passed two years'''OEO. George wo informed the first Jloellcr.'-a represenlative "nud author armed Kith .I.oe-tntields. lil" oi the'law. Inlemled'Ihrit tbe onllro I considered what was 10 be done.. FARE ONE- THIRD To EDMONTON FOR THE BONSPiEL February.6 to: 10, '17 Tickets on Sale February 7 to 9. Return Limit February. 14, '17 slaio sboul.d be. iierhiilled lo stage liouts.'but the cbinnilaalpn conslrued il to apply only to Mlnueap-, oils anil Duluth, and 'Moeller, onger-. ed al what he'believes unfair Tickets and full Information from any ' 'Ticket Agent. R! DibUict rassengcr- j has come lo Anierlca herald- game slarls JliBt bow-lhey will inter- world boxer The Sporting rrcl the balk rule, for the r.ule is ap- 10 world boior.-; The-Bporllng ublie Is deeply interested ty to whi" o.ur best .mlnrtlewelBbls- nstead oi'boxlns n..pugil.lsllc'.lenion Dsrcy should takjj oa Gibbons or.Jack Jlllon In order lo convince thai ho is not If-Darcy can defeat cither or, both .of. Uicsc fighters he will be in lino Jllske. There will be .nlpnly o! inphey for him If ho engages In Ihese bouts. Several years ago Australia sent; over nave .Smith, Ihe recognized! mladlc- wclBhU champiqa of tjial Sinllh was said to be one of the, best piigilisls that left llie' "Anti- podes." A great cro.wd'galhered In Madison Square Gar'do'iis to see Smith box Eildlc McBoorly. But Smllh was n "huge McGoorly llallcnert him for th'e.full count with wflllfMta TllsL rrc plied differently In the two leases. Contenders for O. H. A. Groups. a." coiiplc'ot well Senior Following are the winners nut! con- tenders in Ltc twcnly-fa'Jr O. H.. A. graniis: i Group No. or. Aiifa Lee. Group N'o. A. T, II. fc.A! A., IJenUls or 22711.'; Section Pres- ioii or Sarnla. _-. Intermediate Groui> No. IJcpot ..Bet- terics. (Iroilp No. Bailaliou, Pel erboro. a. couple 01 wen nauut-a ju-v liter the cone had sta'rted tho first or Oshavvn. "'fnlsh Hrnun or -BramDlc rou'liil. "AnoTher 'false alarm" was "Bill SquiTca', wlW'was a bag when'he'faceil Severn] inferior Americana. Darcy has made an csccllenl.'ricg rccoril at home, but that nothhiB .In America. Hcruust uo sornelhlng. Is one sport where you don'L: shake v .Monday Night I i N.'Bl-J'e'itC.TS. R- Falrloy. :Alrd vs.'D. Duff. "Four rinka are going to Kemlo bon- Hlel'Vllh-McS'aHi, Uoyil, Duff and Hamilton, sklpe. next.jrcek will be for scratch games. v.1 f Gamei i Semi-final Wales 12, I, ClarKe 7. Duff 3, K. D. John J-- Shepherd 12, Dr. II. MITTS 8. C K. Carberry.lO, D. D. McNabb Tho ladles vs-bnl curl tonight on Re LMSH shoitlAcrs pfliKtly Group N'o. or -Rrampton firoup Ko. II. C. No. Niagara Kails r Uunnvillc. Group No. or Pres on. Group No. Group No. Dallaliou Lon don or Sarnla." Group No. Group No. or Mid land. Croup N'o. Sound.. Junior Group No, II. C. Group No. or Pelerbori Group No. La Sallo or Up verally schools. Group No. Lo Group No. ms keL' Group No, or ford. Group No. Group No. A.A.A.; Sccllon Group N'O. SU Gcorses Sarnia.- Group No. dropped Group No. lions for a match through is! J.'C. 'McKay.-of the Crall- brook' Drug and -Hook Co.. Uran- brook'U. C., who [orwardeil ibe chal- to Ihe Heralil. Here's a chante [or ouy Insplrlns llghlwclghls. Guy Sansoin who passed IhrouEh Ihe city, yestenlay on His way -to Prussia, Sask., where he will lest bis prowess as "a mat artist, is f. clean out voiiiis 'fellow, only -22- years of is makhig a mark tor him- self in'the mat world. lie impresses one with Ihe opinion that ho Ii Lhere Just now he is in the pink o condition, and a match'.here between Sansoin and Jack Elllsou. should be great food for the fans. Sansoin Is a great admirer of Jack Taylor wlu gave wrestling- tho grealest boost i over got'In LelhbrJdge. Johnny OUbnm; Tcell-' knowii -i LclbbrMgc in the pali'riy dais vvhc real cslate hud the rising fever, skippiul a Duluth rink in the Dululh -He'-gol Into tho semi finals of the Western cvenl. What wo.uld ri-bululh 'spiel be without Johnny. Hats-off to S. Slumlord-ana-hla bonny curlers' who hart, the nerve to Inrado Calgary and carry off a goodly aro of the Vsplcl silvcnyarc. Any- o who can take anything from Cow- own Is worthy our outspoken nil Iradon, especially If lie bo frpui clhbrlugc and tho' other fellows now It- Shop must have haa 'em hloroformod lo be ablo to sol away Hh i'L 13 asking, a repeal of the law." Phone 1666 410 5lh St. S." TheTailpr (J. De Guerre) High Class Ladles' and Gents' Tailoring. Host of the football dales and tide allies for 1017 have been; arranged, ut as yet the big league and the Illon-Lcvlnsky schedules are lenla ic.' A'ork Herald Ilritish spor'Umen make a splendid showing on the list of mill-1 tary honors a few days ago. Poio. cricket, hosing, rac- ing anil "o'l'fjycro "all.represented by incn made their names! famous ir. ill's ir respective sports. 'The field marshal. Sir Douglas Hnlg. was lii'.'lils. dayal a splenilld polo player, having rep- OsforA- .University against Camhrldge-In 1SS2 and 1SS3.' lie sub: scrjuently .won clislinction in Inter-1 regimental cpmreililnns. Hlgar It. ibe faalous Eag- lisli international Rushy footballer, who enlisted as a private at the out- break of "the war and al'.erward raised n company for the'Northamp- ton Regiment, composed chiefly ofl Ilugby fpolballcrs, worked his way up lo the rauk.oi lieutenant-colonel nnd Ib now awarded the ed Service Order. Another Rugby -international play- 6XPERT DRY SPECIALTY. CLEANERS AND A FURS. ANC INSURED. n fTQ ORE COLLARS 15 CtNTS TOOKE BROS. LIMITED MAKERS. er to receive Ihe D. S. O. Is I.lcut.-Col. II. A. Hill, the old United Services and IDitkhcat'n forward, who has played for England-nine limes. An-1 other inlackhcalll IVolballcr Ir.' got Ihe D.S.O. la Mcut.Col. W. S. n. Craven, who also is a boJCr of more than average merit, hovlng-won the invj- and nnny hcflvywelsht title In 905 anil 100C. Cricket's representatives Ir.cludp.j Col. II. S. Dush, C.M.G.. who. is ap- >olnleit to brevet colonel, and Lleut.- ;ol. H. S. Poyntz, who his'gained [he D. S- O. Col. Hush Wfls captain of Ihc Surrey County learn, while Lieul.- Col Porntz is equally well known as I a member" of Ihe Somerset County club. Another crlckcler. Captain II. S. Aliham (psford Unlrerslty Snd 1 Surrey) has won .Ihe Military Cross, and-a like .distinction.has been gain- ed by CunC 'Ti; 0, .Schwarz ,who .basl played for EnRlanil at Rugby fo'ot-l ball, and against Englanil at cricket while member the South African teams' which coynto" AND NECKWEAR THE FOLLY 3M _ L D ;