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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta 10, HHRAU) PARE THREE HERALD SECTION St. John Has Drawn anil Decision Will) Clony 11 Kiij'os in PfofeBsioniil Coming Up Fans May Bee St. John in Action Monday Evening. "Taie It from ine, tlio iwut between Heck St. Jolm ami Rdcllo Fianln noil Lotal.Rinks Home From Fernie Defaulled Grand Chiillehge Finitl The carlcrs are Ijaek Ironi Fernlo, They arrlvctl liotne yesterday, all four uro WUM loaicnea. i v rt. i- j )Ini' the J.ethlirldBO llcrc., vnuclicrl that iiKofmatlmi 'io the Granil LliallenKC. They ha.l a eooc- Bportine KOilor. yesterday afternoon after" hea orlriB Hint SI. Jbhn' had Jour- eha.ico to cop ill Iho. tailor, but Sail iieycil'from lo Irj conclusions wldi Ihc Vondir.' Kilmoii- (on two 01- IhMO rears ago use.) lo to llic Loilnj; Mecca or Alhurtu when Kl.l Iho Una s of lie Scalor-K nuBltorlum-WHB Ilio scone or Thufsdnj evening lAls'cactr vW tliomsolvM ivllli.scc jnay'tliereforB be assured "Hint the boys nre malclicd.'' St. 'JoJio liag liacl Viiluahlo espcrfencc since Uiein for on the occaslpn referred tn'ha was boilng umaleur, nllhougli lio had laltcn imrt hi In tlio States. In fact .be, boxijtl-.Talt Kdmonlon, uetllng n draw- once and losing thQ declalpu.llio oilier attempt. Tiilt Is a heavier boy lliaii St- John nnd'Is fl.great In the north. .Tlio following 'la a. aumniary, of SI, John's professional will tip tyro at the game: is; Tommy .Mcltcvlll, draw, 10 rounds, Clrangevllle, Idaho. 0closer} Murray, won, S rounds, Granite, Idaho. 'llcccniher 25, knock out, 7 roundB, Griinttev Krankle Martiii, knock oul, 3 rounds, Hlllyard, Wash. Kcbriiftiy, 22, Joo King, knnch nut, -1 rounds, KiUyard, Wash. April' Icnock out, -1 rounds, Coeur July .i, IJarJIey 10. romidE, Burhe, Idaho. August 3. Fritz Ellingston, draw, i Idaho. Au'giist E'-llugBtoh; rounds, -Vovember 25; KM rounds, KcJlbg, Idalio, draiv. Maries. Idaho. February 11, Charley nilllo, won, 4 rpuhrts, Sitokanc, March1 4." I'ul Callio'uji, lost, 4 rounds', Spokane, Way 16; won, "rounds, llillyanl, Wash., Juno 12, Charley Tlllllo, draw.'f rounds, Spokane, Wash.-, AuKiisL 15, Tommy. McICovfU. draw, 15 rounds, Priest HJvcr, luaho. Oclolier 3, Leonard, knock out, 3 rounds, Hlllyard, Wash. 1, Tonimy Garde, knock but; 4 rounds. HHIyard, January 25, Jeff Perry, rounds, IIHIyaril, February. Forbes, Hillyaril, Wash; March 18, Deri Forbes, woiij .3 rounds Illllyiini. Wash.- April won, 4 roumls, Idaho. 'In 'order to set lie Hits jetwceii Mayor Hurdle and Clialnnuii Ilu.yea of the Utilities UoaiU, tlic fibrMgc Sports club has ottered to slago ten -two minute rounds fonlwccn Lhern at; Q lo next Thurs- day evening'? Hie .X'ajesllc, beL on Iho native K.GI.. JJels mnj' I'losled with ihii chid or police. It olthcr iirlm-lfnl rent all be IB are off. r The, main eo'for Thursday night's affair will be the, thief match since coniber 20tU, find tho hungry fans ore- getting their. appetites to enjoy IL. r r LEAG SERIES A.Q.I'', filar, fllring Tliem (he Moose itml Gaits John Is 35 has l i in Iho onrt place, (o Hie Heraidl Kcinle, Feb. continued warn weather yiiBlerUay made curilui; any Lut.gooU 3ivorl last iilghl, and .lie JiuaJ game In the Grand Challenge competition .went by .default lo-Dal- drey, Hie McNahb rink Imvlhg much play OH very .heavy ice to play the deciding game In Lh'aL contest. -The LclhlirluBO boys, went Imrae, lioVever, covered ividi glory, Ic.ivJiig a. most enviable record as ijlaycr.VaiYd as all round gqpO sports. TQic consoia- compcLltfon has not been finished and will be continued as'the ico is It) good condition. Aii oyster supper ivas givcn-'llia JaBl night, and rink are" taking home with them four sacks of good Hour, contributed Mr. A. MacNeil] as u penalty for had Judgment in thinking lie; could ivtii a game trom the LelbbHUGR boys be; cause (hey dad become.loo llred to run any more rorhs down Iho Ice.. fight gaino for rives years. Ho Is French extraction, "ami ay luugli as lliey inako him. Oulslde ring Jio Is a (julet una3sinning young Follow who makes a great lilt with (lie boys by reaeon of (hat very (net. Some who havo seen HI. John work out have dropped1 the opinion Hint Franks will ei'jother him spued, Imt the Sjiokanb boy It; an old hand at Iho game, "and Is likely lo uncork some of the speed stuff himself. He Is fjuHo confidant, that the worst he will get Is a One thing dial deed ilt-klc Ihe funs Is-that SI. John U on the ground. The club declared jifter the 1 lacker fiasco un.Jaii. 3_ tluil they .would never'attempt' another match unless both principals were on tho .gnmm for a week before the tnakli. Tlifs i the rulc-ln p.ihcr'cijntres ami it goes frotn'Do'w on. It's Ihc only vi'ay tlie public a run for its moaey The proposal, an auto flu1 hero hits the young farmers roun'accl- dcnlnlly lipped tlic bat of Foster as he was ahout lo strifec, at iho Agnciy always .works ise up, anil ivhcn. Yosicr sMfloi] 7aroiind, to" ad- iusl-hiniscU lo Ihe pltclij Agnew in- terfered ,wltli Win. Under trie tltc .unipiro was forcctl. ti. sr22l ler (Iral base; Jin'rt had to make room for the baiter lie lion, L recnlU an 7 unusual Biliiatlpn in-a.game nL St. Louis K.cveraLiears Washington and St. Louis were con- tenders .in, an. exciting" game. The Eco'rc at tlio close ol Uio-elghth was 1 ,to 0 in favor of SI. Louis. TJic first Washlnetois-ir. the ninth .out. hit 'safely, Tvhlch Foatcr, one .of thci best- hit and. nin men. Alter looking over-n couple, foster got one -he liked nnd hit.it (he lhat vng.not.finished wit.riout er'a box for-what-looked like a sure It was the second game to go lo -'Isnorance on the part o[ iho.'.crowd of'shifts made by Uio manager caua- ed an unusii.il lerminatJori to'a'Gdrji'e at Si. Ixiuls iu tvhlch'L flBitred'as' lii'e umpire. U was test In Ihe history or IhcTAriicrlcaii baso bit. at short )f a double header willi- Detroit.1 Tho lo .get that ball, jilst "iiassjug over second. as It ..In the .had hecn i -beaten I touched second, winning a hair, lino decision over Mooller, and easlly out Koster at' rirsl. To those wHtchlnij.FoaltrvvJl was. auiiarent he was iiceyed -.'wlili 'Bomclliing that Imp- period plale. -Tlic base i iimplre. ruled pii. uoth plays ''luslR'ntllV.aml siucc'lie haa.call- cd rfjnner'bui: in .cadi til. Lpiils hrgiin to rnce off d bcfiati lo ;.f e apparont that sonSelhlnji was, wrong. The pi ale Hie.- field anu tlio crowd Thci" became uhiplra the Urowns ,lo Drowns (hey bicftks. In Iho second the Tigcra had n runauviy of U. The crowd iad seen enough for the .day, when he 'play came up'' that'1' suddenly itopiied (he jiaslimc. In Ihc nlnMrUic StrLouU1 managsr called on his. pinch hittera. The first was an. easy The nerl was Art Witli tha.connVUa iunl two, "I called the next a Ml.' It was one that mlsdt. have been called cither GrigEs.evldcnliy Ihbuglil It vrna a.Glrlkb, for, he hay'luied to- .reaurae'' tlicir. 'places, in -the field. Af- ter.' soirie Heliy .was .resumed, with Foster on first and Mocllcr on Hoth. runners were safe, "and only one man was out.1 Uitcr, both these runners scored, dercallng the Hrowns. I I ;Pcrhapa Iho fncl that Ihc Si. Louis TTQ O K E C0LLARS 15 CKffTS EACH TOOKE BROS. LIMITED MAKERS VV- Sport Summary ward Hie bench.. i ly, the crowd I figured' that, ma tic nipa oul, LhqiiElH TiVlBBa'-liiiilfruBhejiii i'o vtK bench (o set Rnplhcr iisv la1 often the calk-, When no inlenllori of returning 1 Informeii-liini He L still had orm oming ".'WILLAHD .IS'.MATCHEp Chicago, Feb. br not" world's (ieavy- weiflh't1 champion; and '-Fttd Ful- have been, matched for. a .round bout in New York on March 26, was a; matter of speculation ,amoriH Li- cense for suchra match wag grant- ed'in Albany, N-' Y., athletic commlsiicn- according to the representative of corporation .which Madison Square Garden, in which1 permission. %.given fight to be i been arranged'conditional on Ful- ton winning from t In their bout next Monday" Tom Jones, W'llard's manager, however, issued" a In' Chicago in which he denied cm- phatjcally, that Willartl fight Fulton or anybody .else-on March 26, and that'the- match-with Fulton wfls hut had falEen through. WilUrd, himself, averted today I fiat the Albany announcement wai 'news1, to him, although he imderitood such a match was a posiibilily. BOXERS AND WRESTLERS'. 'Roy Moore, ban- tamweight, had' a clear margin- over Johnny Ritchie, of Chicago, a ID-round no-deciiion boul in Minneapolis "iflht, vihlle Joe Burger, Chicago suffered a dislocated jaw in. the fourth round of his' scheduled 10-' round bo'ui Alyle Miller, of his seconds threw the ponge Into the ring., Fanning, Bertlertsville, was given tha ,decision Ed-' 'die City, Mo., 15-round lightweight In Kansas City last night. Joe Steche'rt' 1 Neb., claimant world's heavyweight' champion- ship, threw Charles Petert of Pa-1 pljlon, Neb., in straight rails "-in Omaha.last night; BRITISH SOCCER League Decided to Carry i" Season's Schedule At hchl 'list niohih I ilnnclrcster, (he 'Manasoniont OQI mlttcc of the KnEllsh'Ko'olball Ueagu resolved lhal the'whole in Uarons' Let's, ulamc. It -uit ho break in ,1hp' wheat market. Sport -Is ,lo TVEihe up oimrt Ihiji Is itlenly of ooui for :gopil .cleTan Hjwrt in 'I.titLi- ridne anil tlio is the lo oster'tt. Wiere is tlie" indoor baseball league liis to .funish. a lol rfieitenicnt iha nner> gup, but Ihc result cniinot affect the cftdcrslilj) onyi Tlie following M'cro Ilio scores ant of Hie league to date; Unity. A. O. F. 11. fialls 0. S. O. E. p, Star A. O, f, T. Gnlls 5. Unity'll. Sthr Lcaauc Standing P. W_- o. E, It Gardens Moose V O. F. 0. c. o. R of KJks lu 12 S 7 10--'5 9 -2. 11 0 CDFFROTH AFTER GIBBONS GO IN Ti Lcs Darcv .fliitl -Gibbpna -ove A 5thlJiiJye curlers '.trenail li 1 this''y ear have graliuc enough silverware to'starl'a'je ioro. The rparin LoyB Lave hnd-a gocd s'cason.; McNabb's'1-tank's snccesi Ferule-, shows" thati nsci u "ho.mountains is conduci'rc lo lilt U'B Itie t t ivc are.lalhing about new braiitl of v r The Wartime Bother Goose Jack Spratt could eat His cbnltl eat no Inih'they hocked the family pble limdueine. wife anil couldn't keep lier; On'the streets ho had to beg. a dally egg. Tom, viper's Stole a pig aad'aTray.lie run. pig nt a county fair :And now he's u nijr black hen, She lays an egg'every nbw.arirl then. A llllle one five cents, one fllggledy, pigglcdr, niy black hqu. fHE 'BULLDOGS '-ARE ..COMING! round Ti JuEui'a' for- the" niiddlQweiglit chain of 'the '-ivorhl- -That James Cofiroth's-'pJan accprdiu to a New-York the Cal fornia promoter, intends to outbid n rivals if Darcy Tvill agree ,-lb--ligli Gibbons lilier master .builder of. clmm pionsMp been anxio.u ior ji'chanco to so unck lo his firs love. IE. Darcy and Gibbons acccp his offer lie .will.'build an arena-fo the purpose on Lh'e Tia J'laim theatrical engngcmc] for which he Is! receiving 325GO pc s-est, ,TJC'concluded earlyt nox month. P.'-'A' TAl.BOT ARROW pn art cuiS'4 cut to fit the pc.ifely Cluctf. palxuly AN INVESTMENT A second-hand Sludcbnkcr can IK sold tifler a year, ye.irs, or aflcr many j'ears of service at .1 price ivliicli is very high in relation to its lirsl cost.- Why? because Stiiiiebakcr lias won the confuttncc'cf tlic public on Hie character and quality of its cars. a standard of value, 1 likt a piece ot.fold, and if you wish lo sell it, your car becomes an investment, wliich has a marketable valiic. Tlic liiTj'cr knows thai- tlic name Stude- baker for over (yl years has stood for lionesly and fairness. lie Knows Ihat-StiirMukcrlieat (realcd steels, Sliulebakcr standards of ac- curacy, and Sludcbakcr efficiency of rmnu- -fncturing methods makti Studebaker cars the highest quality cars oij the market for the Let us give you a 'demonstration. "Madf in Canada" 40-If. P., FOUR 50-H. P., 7-Passcnger SIX 1595 F. 0. D. The Studebaker Garage ''rcet, ,J. T. Graham, IC playing golf with tha iber- monicnter at 1QD is sport, tlieu driving .wngon In .lauuary Is H. paat- imc.-- Lcs ..manr. cases Clio accompanied by. casli. 1911 FORD UJNABOUT To You who are'intending to purchase a Motor Car Reasons WhyYouSJwuld See and hale {fie Demonstrated to YOU Vriccs iiil256 Distinction Endurance Economy (K 1J. Lcllibrulge srccl Karl SL 1 Di-slHbiilor f.b.b. Ford, Ont. If you fancy..a 'liglii car i'or-.everyday; the new inojlol. Eoi'd Euuabout' will fit. your feiv Smooth eaiy'jip Handle, the Runafattut afwayc ready, far or sunr-Tier, over atl kinds of roads, and tt gives high. mlJfaae onMow'gaGbllnb 'You ought to see the new model at once if .you .want one this season.'Orders given now have first i, FORD GARAGE JVew Process of Mending Nallonal" Molor yoluTltccrd, TA v Church 'Army Puryosc JM3 WllarJ is CM lo .light (or a benefit, ;i is Ills. r v i. Bill UJIBC. a; grciil tiir rlajci jlvcd 11.600 .for playing Icisl knows. ot has hccome an.ar since ho a profeS- nall r'sm, but Live laasmuch u ho li thinking .o[ hccomitiE n rrotcsslonal tj .i Arthur S b (cur Eol'fi simi.il 'live i ,_ .wrii.Lr thinking ry Cobb, BDO is; Ihn injcballptarcr again. C Iho present, receives pi t.ooo. 'THE BULLDOGS ARE COMINIJ! Phont .410 5th St. S.- TheTailor (J. B. De Guerre) Hlah Clan Ladiei' and Tailoring. EXPERT DRY CLEANERS AND A SfECIALTY. FUR3 STORED, REPAIRED AND INSURED. .Uadintprs iiiciulcd, half the jiricc ami in luilJ' tlie lime. No tubes cut, it' new tubes ate icqiiirril supply them., We carry a full line of Accessories Baalirn Motor Co. HARHV.HOLMAN. MANAC6R ;