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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta 1017 DAILY HERALD SECTION Best of in .._ a More Ch'unce FRANKS HAD BEST OF; FIVE Edcllo Franks declared llio whi- over Heck SI. John ot Spokane last night In Hip eighth round of (heir ten: found bout when I lip I.ellibrldgc lod landed a let', to the huily which put St..John down for tlio TJic-feQya hail Iieeii In a cJIntli p.l [ho (roiiL oC the i'lne when Franks slipped over, n left, to tlio Blomach tho vlallliig lad. St. Johii'illpped'na IF la go In Ills knees, 'rind Eddto landed nnotlioi1 In rite same fipot, St. .to tlio floor, doubled up, and rblleil under Lho royirs ng It In psliii .'Referee .Kllfson did not Neern'lo. rhako.'up his niliul whether (hero harl'been a.foul or jiot, but on SI. .Jolm holng carried Into.ihc rliiB lia .went oyerantl held up Franks hand lo indicate.titni'llio winner, Tlic decision yras hut there was BO Jiiijcli.doubl'attacheil thai was iirisattsfactory.- :Sl.-.Johii. declared I afterwards that ILU had been .fouled by .the second- and only wrnils an other chance :after nr longer training period.to show liiin.return match Ihil I be IsbeLtcrihHii llic local boy. v A'Faat Mai'eh Tint whatever ratty. be-Uie opinion o'f'lhe-blotr Ihat'iiut'Lhe Spokane la'J cut, opinion .61" tire rRfercc's Isn't'a fan who'saw WINNER boys Klartud EDDJE FRANKS, .IbciaV'tavorlto, who wo'n tlic fculhcnvelgliL lionL from Heck St. JotiiV'ot Ihc kayo route'In" the SIL Vounil I night. lluynionil, Fell, iimdrcj] ttLiiJcnli. three and townspeople, the largest crowd that ever iiUcn-Jeil A basketball game liore, two J.clh- V.M.C.A. loams went down to defeat before llic. [ocal LiggrogaLlons in tlic Knight Academy gymnasium last night Uotlk battles were hard :Jio fniie. TJjoir luck t'ocmcd In have itfld Jcijuih- Jut-', arrived pij Urn, job, it no (rich at i thai 'jjroinlsliij; .youngster, Murray, olt] uar-liorBQ Me- ifr'tv lifUlhc net. 'fjiln rtimt was jxiHed wJtli sfrhciifUK rt'tfiJ-! larlty, by-, (lie invaders. Something! liad Ui 'Ife JIN lliey inliOU.t could not IIILL ball tbt HUlu rluic, liiiiiKhig1 (JcfJoritly'lii Ijiln -''Ir. Then the lorjilj, wjnj wcro pJitinly ijiif up a litdo npiirt. Tlio :lmlf lo a rc.illxurl It was lllL> SUH10 fllCI. HutlL IH KGl their it'oib. They wcris OUt (or IJtqOCl. onlor on bolli .Bides, urul [lie rufiTec- fhnjjly bud; to ,lci llic-m I'-nlli! teams .worked jimcliini-s. Xevurj 111 ihb'old "gym" bad IHICMI NCCH eucJi un .tMic'ouriU'r. Spectator plj- licld.lhclr Inviiili, ti.s tin; minulus The ball was In LollibrUlge territory, (lie1 score ilinn 30 to '31, and-as tlic Uuu-keciJc-r's wlilsilrj thnuigli "syin" a mighty cheer won iw from hundred I It liml oncej inorc cuiergeU vicinrs. i teamsi conducted iliumsclvt-sl llko irue-Wue'aimrlt Them was i "beefing" on elllitr niilo. It uas n clean, tircal Iblngs expected >vHnn ilioy clis'i I.ctli- Sport Summary bridge In, thc-iiear fulure, to thy (he. local (jmmols will he ut-- companled by R jinny of rooters, and no rooters have unv'thtnx im'luc. K. A. v v v i> fought. Tlio score iu llic preliminary was and In Uie senior I tlioi'.'inn dial the tennis j were very evenly inalcJied add that! sonic mnro .hrllHnnt basketball may] Thirty-fivel efalca allow he c-ipecled from these leaius In the j of deer. FOOD FOR HUNTERS "I" 't' killing future, WyoLning U jho fiiily sluic lu ilic union wborc ble-liorn may IJR Killed.' Two and Hie ''province o) MaiiHcflia are tJie- only' places ivhvie antelope uiny he Jlo'ose'-inaV Is. hiiicil in ncnrly wll Lion of.poxJmifi Koveriinujril hi'i i for (lie deslrtic-, iuls in tlic inunn-! Tlayuiond basketball, tcani Is .waiiiup for them.; and .Hie feeling in ihc-heat'of Both first anrl second tcamii will at it was -fii'stcsL and hardest', staged l'ii LeliibrldRe. "olll l'nro boys Vrro. wllUng iiijjtors aiij tlldn'tj1 any linic tparring for openings.! Tlwy'went hWrnrr and ROing into.jC.huG (inarters on every. .tlic InfightniE k at. u.em "oii'llielr own ttoor. :hail Eomowhaf .tlic best, of It ull' -The "Y" exifectcd to thrown; for every mciilng U0 (o capacity: Tlio nnjl pound ne my-ni SiJ John s'IciL b'ovfi- nro sell Mde. 'On Iho-long raiiec 11Mll .yeom [o with' SI. held Never I lie re Ruch In flic fcyinuatflurn. In (bo galttry aat ii.sqyad of ruh-nli Lnys under (he yell "master, ftntl -they lUeraHy I he.'roof 'otf 'the building. The Liilli- tary batid was also in iilicnilancc, ctml Iflayed- slirrint' rturlnp tho cvcii-J _ tircftl c-xncclnncy Canndlini uml iitniosihcrc us ou tills ocwsloii UiL-j -under :i sreclal 4 enemies were ontu rf.ore t The inieniiiiOialus were a lliito latp at starling, but wbni they they'Hut a fast gall. It ''was soon apparent Iliui the locals had Hie, IjcEt of Iho eiiw.. their aliort vasscs] Lonnecticut and clever team 'work, bevvllduring the, InviidfirR. Tbe ganio was prac- tically put OH ico llio-first half. In Ilifs Iralf .liurr, ,'iylio" game lliniuKliout, .put Iht through (he rink five timed four. Percy- Irwin, for tlie some [flsl player, and had bo received the suppbrl-.'he. Reserved, the score had u dlflor la m cpmu-hiick. seemed fee MILITARy TRAINING FOR ---BALL PLAYEHG j ChlcaQQ, Fcb, AmerL- I League at (to schedule meet- ing at York severed relations with.the Players Fraltcnity. .The playing scheduTe for the carnintj sensor; wacr peopled. No clungcs j Wiirc recommenced for luterpreta- tfon of plnyiny rules, j recommended thM, one hour n day be given to tnililary training at parti eprino trninriig cn'J that a tralntng camp for baseball players be established at tlic ulois Hie .world's President D. D.'Johnson was" authorized to j prepare" a memorial lo the late i Timothy H. Murnane and conlri- Lute to a monument to be urcctcd lo Boston. The National Corriraiaflon meet.- Ing at New York approved the EC- lion of Hie Amcrfcan and National leaguoc In covering relations with Hie Players' Fraltrnliy. It de- nied the reqnssl of AA A clubE that the draft from tlio EC clubs b? eliminated, Bob Shawkey signed a contract Lo pitch for the New York Ameri- cans, Harry Harper wlih Wash- ington and Dick Rudolph with. Ihe Boston I'falionals.- Joe Tinker of the Colum'jus American ASEOela- tion purchased Outfielder Killifer from Louiswlte snd Plichcr-Bob Harrrtgn from Pills- burg. BILLIARD CHAMPION In a contest at Cleveland Willie Hoppe, bnlk lint billiard champion, brok: all records for three billiards when he defected Jake Schaefer 50 lo 25 in 31 Innings. GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP Golfers' Association of America, meeting at New York, lias adopted new conditions cf. play for open championship which will shorten the tournament one day. The open championship will be playsd July 11 lo 13 at Ihe Brseburn Country Club, Mass. Two (Sana's, -luniof THE FIRST' GAME WILL START AT EIGHT O'CLOCK SHARP, A DANCE WILL UC GIVEN IN THE S. O. G. HALL AFTTR THE GAMES. Admission -25c 1917 FORD. RUN ABOUT f.o.b. Foiil, Out. f 11' you a light cnr tlio will fil your clearly. {fhe.i.3i.ilh pttier ill 7.15'to intvku more tliuu tor J Senior Clash..... 'i I HIP dym-e after Afler :l Illllc worlc-on( fioor, ,1. Jolnijnic tiJHtc Kcferct Tonud-wcjit to gobd.'nidr- idne.'.rherii' tbni receive As.n result the was'cililen'lly.qul lo John, lo (Iccldctl _lhal'.Lberc for "to- season was in pro Jl iHil.uoL were balh'mil for'rU? b'aedii, alFo" thai (her 'very even- ly nip_tchcd. The locals had SI'BUS of tiring before clinches St.- Louis, Feb: Holenn with plenty of speed antT.slaiiilna behind it. Man- laJ here, ja1'quite' fbnriilcnl UiarrSl. l.ii': coufd "go the roiilVSvlth FraVika anJ conio'oul .wllli 'nothing'-ivoTsc'.Uian a draw.: Ifc ad-' tnilted John was'not In" anil Franks It'over hiui'-'oii .'that acc'oiinl. IJiit liohc less ttirv Rnpk'auo lad Tint up a; Ranic' siraiv'tftdl'morc. llinn pleased fans. Franks .would have got the dpclsloii "lihil tlij( fiyht-gone to llio end, so that although" llic ending WEIS unlorluiiiiL.c, -theV-resuU woulrt not likely lliave been Different. The.' local- club' gave thc: faiia Tlhe tor Ih'olr money they hnvci qvci liccn Wished-up" In aiiy hoxlng 'liarnlvfll 'so" far- .Hits wlnler. Dick Stafford -anil Jlrriniy Burke went three ntce rouiitlfl for an onencr.'Uie affair -h Both', 'hoys Ti'crc good, find' nrfi_comers, Four-fast ami Turious rounds wtrc flifen" staged, by Blackio Jfitclicll nnd Ruby "Bob JlcI'hCTSoii.' Mllchsll Is clover, hut he'was up against, a lough one lu'Ilnhy TJoh's nrotolype. mixed it plenty, the crowd many ra laugli. Yesterday -Dick''.Marahnll rtt Fernle, B.C.. 153 nountlcr, blew in, ami as an attraction (10 wenl on for three' rounds .with 'jRck grapplcr. who later acted-as rclcrco'. Marshall has a .Ifl-rnunti draw wlLh Young Al Ro'5B ami shoY-'cd iilenly of tlpvtrncas. Ellison ailtnila.hn la more of a wrestler tlian he IB In great shape, ami loot nUvManihall .had lo offer .with soine In return. Klllsoii will mcel Guy 3ari5oni.v'lhc Montanh middle- vclBM'ivreflllcr. hcra some time nljont Ihe hiitlrtio of'Starch, anrt greatly Tni pri'SRcd Ihb fans, last nigh I hy hla condition: rtrill_ AYohlo R' now and novel feature whifh 'Ereally pleased the Jans and lent. Ihft vroper loiich to the cventiig's cnler'talniiieTil. Altogether nnnic jjj-j jj1! A prcsftlent of Ilic.club..' She was award- Gil the custody of Mrs, Uritton tcsLinedJhatiMri-BriUpii "aau'indercd liar nieans io such an ef- teiit lliat lier property WLIS N0: RECORD ON SIX'" ---DAY .Chicago, Feb. behind the liad covered f arid-J VCTCR look like a Havc'tiiciii to prolcct yourself.- Y' CHAINS. rr PATOIIKS ,CKMEXT.- Also X BAALIM; MOTOR HARRY HOLMAN, MANAGER running and easy 10 nanti'.s, ths Runabout is rendy for win Vier or over nil kinds of nnd.it gives hijh. mileage on low gasoline cost. You aught to see the al once If. you. want one this season. Orders- r giveii have first. call I-'ish r.nd (Jinic; Association haii intrcascci its incm- i C'JO fiouls The following will b? tfiuifilit in- the hnli in the Carpclhnli Loa.que: Klks VH K. of P.: C. vs S. O. E.; S. O. K. vs KIka; K: s c--o. K. GARAGE THE WORLD'S GREATEST fame Has been flashed beyond with its goodness imitated, with its sales.greater'; i any other cigarette Sold in packages of 10 and in boxes of 50 and 100. Every where-Why? In sailing.- db'.vn 211 rosy baskets in-Iho first linlf.. l.clhbiidge _.WHG .riot.'dropsy litnu, either. -'..ii'i 1'rovcil (IionrsclvcV fircity jilUliig 'the net, and I hey ran up their score t Tliey a' sonicwliaL same Ihau (lie yvlio were very'tarcful ot fouls.'" TJii, dent all "through referee had to keen hia wlilsllc bjow: fiiR to. hold.them, Conch.li< bins staled aftcr-tholfirst'liaif.fllVal IIR lind kepi his. team .iloivb; them "especially on foil t In the second lialfvpf tlic.hlg tilings _ ehansoil. Ktcclrifyliis ciocvil wllh? sonic ;