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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 17, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR LETHBRIDG WEDNESDAY, FEBRlMRr 17, Pacific Coast hockey by debating a record crowd by a H was fchc lirst shut league in two The Vancouver's, reinlorccd nicy Stanley, an Alberta ay ing his first professional play-oil rings around Portland put lliern in (lie lead all ths tJier Alljertans DJJ the Vancouver dine chain pi Hortlai SCOI out seas HINTS MELVILLE TEAM' CARRYING PROFESSIONALS Lloyd Cook and Kitty WEIGHT WILL IP JACK JOHNSON'S STYLE IS LES .EFFECTIVE AGAINST DIG MEN New York, NT., Fcp. K fighter's cliitnoe for success by coinparlsou of pounds and ounces not a. very satisfactory proceed ins, n general thing, especially when t men belong to tlio houvywelffht class But that Jn what Jess WJllard'E back CTB are doing. "Willard now weighs 246 and plan; to get Gown to 230 before stopping In to the ring with reads a die patch from the big wblte hope's tram Ing quartorH. It acorns that be gro'-vJng another Inch taller, has packed on a lot of weight since h last stalked across cunvad. As his tremendous proportions are thought to >he hie beat asset, this in crease IB worthy of note, provided 1 IB good firm flesh, ..Mere bulk, na a rule, does not offer serious handicap to a scientific box er, but it may In Johnacn'a case. Tha big black is DOt a nimble dancer who avoids his opponent's blows fey flitting here and there about the ring. John- eon's defensive tacllCB consist of hold- ing his opponent's arms. To do this lor any length of time BUoeeaEfuIIy re- quires superior strength, and natural- ly the heavier aim stronger hla oppo- nente the harder itlsior Johnson. This was shown in his bout with Battling Jim Johnson, wlio knows less of scientific boxing than the crudest hope. In paint of skill there li an immeasurable gulf between the two Johnsons, but in size and strength Bat- tling Jim Is at least the at the champion. And Battling JlmV great bulk enabled him to get a draw. Ac- cording to several ringside critics, he could have won had he shown the least intelligence. great fight may ren- der the Johnson uppercut leas harm- ful is another point worth This advantage might be offset by the fact that his long, drawn-out form leaves a -larger target for body blows. But Johnson is not a body fighter. Hi seldom lands on a point below the chin. It is.said that this ie because he fears to give the referee an excuse to call foul on him. Ho'wever, that is rather an unsatisfactory and far-fetch ed explanation. More likely the real reason is tha1 reaching for the body' leaves liis own jaw uncovered, and Johnson hates to be hit. Body fighting Is simpiy ao-i part c-f his aud It will be sur- prising IE he changes his methods at this late date. Toronto Newe; It Is hard'iy likely that the -winner of the O. H.A. senior title will go the Allan Cup. The .silverware IB now the property of the Mel- ville club, wlilch, according to all accounts, IB hardly an ama- teur aggregation; Jt IB alleged tlitit tlio Mackenzie brothers and U'Arcy Smith, who for the Toronto, ft. champions Jnal year, were "JiJ ported" or hockey purpose! that IB enough to disqi tliem from an O.H.A. poi: uffalo ONLY CHANGE TRANSFER FRANCHI3 MO New York, "weeks from eague 'will ai lie for the .nd there ilght-club loned by more chedule, ist of 14, egln A u thai ows: club F.Y., Feb. [ay the International ince its playing eohed- ing baaebtll eeasbn, be no change In the .except that occa- transfer of the Haiti- nichmand, Va. The h IB to be prepared by G. Barrow and Jacob J. Buffalo club, will con- .mea, and the season will 27- In the opening [y the clubs- wll' play as ito at Richmond; Montreal Rochester at Jersey City; Providence. SnPuMIIln IAN AMATEUR KATINO CHAMPION OF AMERICA NOW Rl' MEtlLE SEP1ETIEI Feb. 16. In the roughest game ;played here this son, and an exciting thronf which filled the Arena rink to tbE roof, Hegina Victoria tonight defetf6 the Melville -septette by tbe of 8 to 4- The. score at half fcifre stood i'to 1 in Kegina's favor, the.Melville team gingered up consf'0 erablr IE the second half. The boys appeared to have a. on hand right .through to call time. The had'feeling engendered byj disputs over V with the subsequent protest, iceable in its effect upon the and the olTiciats ha'd.tbeit out to keep the game anywhere? in hand. A large number o( were handed out, majors. Both teams were gi rough work, and both teams buted to the .decoration of the The officlafals 'proved quite sa tory. -r .A Jaaell Wheeler, Montreal.A.A. ia the new apeid of 1915. succeeding Bobble has been J Wheeler won tine indoor cham- dioneblp at Cleveland, January 28- !o, scoring 130 joints. Ben O'Sicky hie total day of the foutdoor caampionshlps .at Saranac Lake, N.V., while O'Slclcy, in- jured In a collision with Ed Horton, failed to win any points there. ton.O'Sicky, Ben's brother, 'puBed up to SO ..points the first day Ml Saraaac, tiejnf Ben. .Then .Wheel- er went ahead and cleaned up the meet. Ifivas second with 80, Wheeler increasad Ijpclnts to 200 the .'first LOUIS SCALER'S CLUB WILL SEND BOYS TO SEATTLE TOURNEY Edmonton, Alta., Feb. least three of the Edmonton Amateur Ath- letic club athletes -will go to Seattle Dhortly to box for the chambioDHhip of tbe 'Pacific tjfcast at the annual meet. Secretary Louis ScaVer sent in chal- lenges for the boye yestorday, and from ntfw on the bouts held in Edmon- ton will be largely for the purpose of enabling Louis to Beleci. tiife ch plons, who are to go. At the present time the boys who Icok like the Al- berta representatives are Vance, TalC and cue cf the Hardy boys. SDDBI SKATERS IB BEJVESTOIED INTERNATIONAL UNION PLANS PROIE OF AMATEUR STAND. fNG OF SEVERAL STARS Teach the Family Teeth Insurance! It's easy, by this pleasant method. Children grown-ups these enjoyable, long- lasting and economical confections. WRIGLEY'S is beneficial in many ways. It brightens the teeth. Removes food particles that would cause decay.; Insures a wholesome mouth, firm healthy gums and agreeable breath. It means vigorous digestive action through increased saliva. It gives sturdy appetites. If you like the flavor of mint leaves, take If you want double strength Peppermint, get Air-tight sealed package keeps it fresh and dean. MADE IN CANADA BY Win. Wrigley Jr. Co., Ltd.. Toronto Cll "HOME RUN' RETIRES BAKER FROM GAME ot DOGS RACE OVER ALASKAN Nome, Alaska Feb. with Miss Howena Lewis his dog sled, won, yeste] Moose burden handicap dog Nome to Soloman, 32', miles nnqw 'trails .The .official til hours and 41 minutes. Uni. of .the race .the dogs .driven toe 21 contestants driver and a man passing drove nine dogs. Harry was second and W.'iH.rW CHECKERS NIQNT AT Tnle'ttv checker (otifoii at the T.M.C.A. Playera ar1 to-be ou deck hot later lhaText of kin, Mrs. A: road, London, England. TIED WITH HUMBOLDT Sask, Feb. Albert defeated Saskatoon last, night, 7 to 4, thus tying with Humboldt for first pltce the" northern' division cl. the S.A.H A. The play-off between Humboldt and Prince Albeit will be staged here on Thursday. RACING ftUT NO lETTING lot nclof, without imWInn. It to revlTcd at AilcoC OTA, with live eventn cirded. r it lo. to. liavo raclDK even; Saturday 'and Sunday throughout the and mrtni. Only QUININt" Whenever you fael 'cold coming on; think of the full LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Look for ore ol B. W. Orove pa boi. Mt NELLIE C.'S RECORD -Futi 'nullim, new local re- cord or three .heate on. an Ice track wms nude Saturday afternoon iy too mitre Nellie .G. In the c'jati A event. Her tlmee were 2.1KK. 2.17 and 2.16. The lellow .who never Irnows he is licked uses twice (ticking plaster is does the fellqw wbo knows he is licked in time to avoid the Of course, Uie fits were all wrong about 'whit they' chariwt anaingt or- laniied ball anil Hie national commit-, sinn, 'but observe how hastily the na-; tlonal coinralinlon corrocted those" trlli that didn't exist. THE PEOPLE'S PLAYHOUSE s Attractions W. H.Dftiicct Character, (rionqlogiit and fmperjionitor. Miss Cathie McHngh Premiere Danteusc Randolph Churchill 'Baritone Blngtr Charles Chaplin In a Keystone Scream: "Hie -New. Profession" Utter Big (Ms 4 MATINEES.......... 10 Cenli Tha Orpheum Habit'.' Next Friday and Satucday February 19th and 20th WITH SPECIAL SATURDAY MATINEE. BIGGER GREATER GRANDER -THAN EVER ONE BIG CYCLONE LAUGHTER MUTT JEFF In Mexico EVERYTHING NEW.; THE KMdies Songs Pretty Music; Galore in Mexico This Tiinc AM Haiid You The 'Laugh Your Life i EMPRESS THE HOME OF GOOD MUSIC T-ONIGHT This fa Your Chance tq aee the. Sweetest, .Daintiest, -Mpat .Girl .now appear- ing 'before the public, in the Most Beautiful .Love .Story Ever Told by'the-.Mevin' "Such it Little Queen" IN FIVE COMPLETE PARTS- E ALSO ESSANAY COMEDY y; WAR NEWS.; MR..R. .will .sing "Silver .-.Threads I. Among-the .Gold." Make sure- j-ou -hear: the ,man-with !the: J two voices. NEXT WE'EK x: Miss Luella Simons 10 Uie latest SpngB and Dances.; Tj NOTE PRICES; Nights 25c to (No HlEheJ) giin liturdty Adulti 60c Children J5c Seats Taalg at the Hedley pjruj Co. SILTERTENOR I Grace Ciiilaril aiid Francis Ford in The A TWO REEL DRAMA OF THE! SEA'COAST, WHICH SENSATIONAL AND PI8fOL: F IN ADDITION THERE WILL J THE HIGHEST .QIUALITV.; ;