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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 15, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, ml � V III f llll I I - 'Ml THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD � PAGE THREE HERALD FIRST BOUT TO- IT9 * + + + + + BOTH BOYS ARE IN GREAT SHAPE WILL BE FEATURE OFTH|mAIN GO M. Sadowtki V* Kid Stafford, 8 round*; Bob MoPherton v* Blackic Mitchell, 6 rounds. Eddie Frank* ve Heck 8t. John, 10 rounda. ' There 1b the Uno-up for tonight, vlth a couple of features to be added, 'which will make the boxing carnival at the Majestic the best yet staged by the Lethbridge Sports Club. The ilrst bout ,wifl be staged commencing: about Jiirief b'clock, and the main go will get under way at 10 o'clock with Jud Foley the third man in the ring. "I am going to put my money on St. John," said cine fan yesterday. "A friend who has seen him in action Seattle tells me he is easily one of the best boys of his weight on Aie coast, and thinks he can beat Franks." [' There are nof. matiy - who wlU go this far, for the local fbliowbrs of the ring have a. hui^e , admiration for Franks' aggressiveiiesB and speed, and think he will come put with a decision at the worst. But all agree that the middle name of tonight's go will be "Speed," with lots more left to burn. It la going to be a new sensation for | the fans., M. Sadowski's appearance tonight will be the first since, he met Charlie Jones early in the winter. He is going up against a nifty lad and this preliminary will be all'to "the merry. As for the Blackie Mitchell-Ruby Bob McPherson semi-wlndup, go and see it. They are evenly matched iii weight, and what Bob lacks in science inj^ie makes up in strength and hitting po^i*. He is an old hand at the { wrestling game and can take care of himself in the ring. Marquis of Queensjbtury Rule^ To Govern Games In Future I^rofesBlonal hockey games have become so rough recently at the To-'Tohtb Arena, that E. W. Ferguson of the Montreal Herald shoots the following sarcastic darts at the Queen City magnates^' Howard McNamara was barred from last Sight's match. The referee dls-cot'ered that-he.was wearing,a horseshoe, in his glove, "It's only for luck.r dVlcNamara pleaded, but Referee Wood ,paid it might not be lucky for the Other fellow. As a preliminary the next Tq-'roiitoB228th meeting there will'be a "*�ttl�'fbyaf" 'ana'' three . ten,rpund Ji?ut centre.,man Walker, who stands about six feet tliree Inches In his socks, was" the centre of attraction. He'was tall and also very speedy, and fed the forwards well. He sure led Roger Lund a merry chase. Thei forwards-were unerring shots, and the guards'' s'iib-ceeded very well In holding the iLe^h-bridge forwards down. ]' The boys did not get the nam.ies of all the Raymond players, but they lined ,up something like this: A return i%.teh has been arranged for tomorrow night at the ', so come out and 'rootI rootI root! V Lethbridge Murray \ Dunsworth Lund McKillop Kane Forward Centre Guards 3-YEAR CONTRACT Joe Wright, the Canadian who ha* been acting a* cre'w cbacH kit the University of Pennsylvania without compensation for several years, has signed .a' three years' contract to coach the crew at the university. TEAMS TIED Eight teams in the six-day bicycle race at Chicago were tied for the lead at the end of the 71st hour at 1332 mites and 6 lap*. The record for that time I* 1449 mile* and 6 lap*. Raymond Hampden Nalder Walker Stevens Woolf The preliminary match was a. humdinger. The Raymond juniors staclc-ed up against the local juniors; with a clash. Like the seniors in the first half the Lethbridge boys aeetned unable to make out the lay of the 'land. The Raymond\boys then proceeded to ring up a 19 to 5 score. In the second l)alf the local team got started and took their turn in the scoring, having a slight advantage. When the final bell rang the score was 2G to 14 in favor of Raymond. The Lethbridge juniors, however, are just aching to get another go at them oii our floor. Percy Irwin played a whale .of a game, makf!^ practically all the Lethbridge points. He was the centre of attraction during the eh ire game. The Raymond forwards w 3re very good jshots and took some holding" down. The line-up of this game was: Will Wait Till _ After the War Says Carpenter � -yj-- (By Georges Carpentier) Paris, Feb. 14.-"I have jjeen asked, to tell my friends about the possibility of rhy going to America; whether I am to fight the giant cowboy, Wllliard, or the wonderful Australian boy, Les Darcy, and many other question regarding my plans lor the future. "Recently there came to me from a well known American-- promoter an offer .of $25,000.for a ten round, no-decision bout, the name of my opponent not being stated. Much as I would have liked to accept this generous offer, I have felt that, even should the army aiithorities sanction by accepting, my first duty is to my country.- I am a-soldier just as long as there is any fighting to Ije done. Unless, therefore, Bpmething appro.nch-Ing a miracle hajipens, I am not going to AnieriCa. Boxing can wait, but tho Boches. cannot. "Since the fight promoters in Nov/ York have hit upon the idea of spcui--ing my services there has been a well (meant movement in Par's to secure thy -a^leaae,, the suggestion being that all. moneys paid to me should be handed over to the French Rerl Cross. would be willing to help that glorious organlzatio'n^.but so long as there remains a German to be knocked out I am a soldier bit my country; "For the offer of ?25,000 to engage in what would be only an exhibition 1 am suprfemely Vgrateful; for the efforts-to;the immense, difficulties ot being other.nthan a flying man. out to, shoot do'wM as Prluoe.vAv-thur of Connaught, and the^ entire i'oyal' Greek household- were all; assembled, and.'the Canadian, Australian and British athletes.>vere Intro-; duced separately to each of the rff^-alty. hi conclusion, I might arfdthat I am glad It was not Cor.atantlne who paced me at the finish of my race, tor he is iso treaslierot^s I am not sure but, that he might have tripped -me, as there were several German entrants in the race." The Bulldogs JVriO'Coming I Bullet Passes Through His Chest When Rifle Is Discharged San Antonio, Texas, Feb.; 15.-tl�ve Davenport of the St. Louis -Americans' pitching staff was seriously wounded at his home in Runge, Tex., today, when his rifle was accidentally discharged. Davenport had just Te-turned from a hunt. A bullet paased through his chest and also inflicted a scalp wound. EIGHT TEAMS TIED IN SIX DAY GRIND Chicago, Feb. 14.-Bight teams were tied for the lead in tlie six-day bicycle race at 12.30 p.m. today, the end ot the 62nd hour of the event. The riders bad covered 1160 miles>S laps, 117 mites behind the record. The ,Gci,mm and Ohrt and Lawrence and Carman teams'were a lap behind the leMws. �. : ? ? ? * * � ? * i>':^J> ? N, H, A. HOCKEY *  -*,��> ' Ottawa ........ 4 Canadlons" ...... 1 Quebec .. i' i.... 7 Wanderers - ? > ? ? ? > t- : ? chips FROM The clays ? ? ? ? > > ? : ? him. He hollejred at me right off the reel. He says, .You'd better walk me, you busher. I says I will walk you .back to the bench. Schalk signs for.a spltter and I gives it to him and Cobb miss-'es.; "Then, instead of signing for another one, Schalk asks for a fast one and I shook my head,no - but Mie . signed for it again "and .. yell, put something on it. So I throwed a fast one over second base. I don't know what Weaver was doing but he never made a move for the ball. Crawford scored and Cobb was on first base. First thing I knowed he ^had stole second while I held the ball. ' Calahan yells wake up out there �nd I says Why don't your catch-. er't^U jne when they are going to steal: Schalk says Get In there � aid � pitch % and shut your mouth-. TiJen I got mad and walked Veabh' and Morlarty, but before I walked Morlarty Cobb and Veach pulled a dbuble steal on. A CAR OF GOOD YoungMares From 3 to 7 years old for sale. All broken. At the Old Rogers' Barn LETHBRIDGE Half a Block from Bonnell's Livery Barn Ask for W. J. Dodds t  Studebaker Series "18" Cars Both FOUR and SIX are equipped with tJid ^ame big Safety-Insuring Brakes. They act on (t IS" drum with 2j^" facings-more brake area ^er pound of weight than you find on other cars, ^ With four years' experience on the same basic iiesign, with 250,000 cars in the hands of owners, Studebaker has perfected its system of brakes exactly as it has perfected and refined every other part of the car-into a. perfect, .smooth-workintC Miechanism. : ^ Leverages have been scientifically workeH ouii jskid, due to unequal brake pressure; the instani: istopping of the car in a straight line-thus youi; Safety is insured to the maximum. In short-good brakes on your car is perhaps really one of the most vital and necessary tiiingi jn SAFE driving. "Made in Canada!* W-H.P.,FOUR ..............Tn^..$12g5 SO-H. P, 7-PasBenger SIX .....1S9S F.O.B. WalkervlU* The Studebaker Garage 322 Sixth Street, Opposite Herald.' J. T. Graham, Prop. Lethbridge, Alberta It is proposed to "further stimulate the industry of horse breeding" by re-establishing the pari-mutuels: Breeding race horses without some system of betting seems impossible. Fred Snodgrass has decided to avert a cut in salary by retiring from baseball. Never again shall we see him muff a world series championship. ..... /NCHOR;DOHALDSON eUSGOW to ST. JOHN, N.B. OIRCCT PORTLAND GLASGOW OIRCCT HALIFAX TO GLASGOW h.c.uqman C�n.l At�nt WINNIPEO -W Miln St. t>hon. m.53ii VAfKOUVCR 53( Granvilt� SK "Made in' Canada" 1917 TORD!RUNABOUT $475.00= If you fancj'- a light car for everyday service, the: new model Ford' Runabout will fit your requirements^^ Smooth running and.easy to nandle, the Runabout Is always ready for action,,winter or aummer, oy^er all kind* of .roads, and it (lives hlQh mileage on low gasoline cost. You ought to cee the new model at once if you want one this aeason. Orders given now have first call- FORD GARAGE HennIsey&Wilson THE STOfiEbFBIG VALUES NORTH LETHBRIDGE CARSTOTHtDDOR PHONE 789. I .5 -wiirquickly dispel that racking neuralgia pain. It warms, soothds and'^om forts. Youii^ruKSitt has it.' Make you c^l' look like a $3000.00 car. Have them to protect yourself. BLOW OIJT CHAINS. BLOWOUT PATCHES. - SHOE$ CEMENT. AU for 4he rough roads. \ Also the Wonderful X Liqu^^^ Leaking Radiators. TT BAALIM MOTOR Ca HAtrflV HOL;MAN.^MA,MA0CR 95 ;