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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 19, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, liUO THK LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEKALU PAGE THREE "GUO" mm Vi)LLAR CANAQIAN MADS Portland Hockey Team Anxious to Play for Stanley Cup In finer mntcrial for extra wear. 3 in sealed box for 50c. Ask for the CECIL The Williams. Greene & Rome Co. Limited, Makers of Fine Shirts. Berlin, Ont. IL'I Ml A 9 BASEBAL \ iiiifoiivi'r, ]\. (',, h?l), SS. - Thf I'oitliiiid liockcv liuis liiivi- jusl abmil i CDiiic 1(1 Ui(> L'liiifliiMio.'i tlial llu- Buds' me t'lOiiiK to I'" I'll' iioxl champions ul' lilt! I'.CM I. A. aiiii tliiyy iirp now fi,!j;miii.n on the possibility of ilicir leani mnliiiit!; llic trip down enst to lilitv (lie ca.stPrii cliaiiipion.ship. WliileCuntii I'iitricK was in t'orllnnd the otl^rr, rl-r � cvcniiit; lii^ was l)esin(;i!il with intiuir ii>s alioiit. Stanlfv (.'.tip plans nn(\ In intirnatod thai .should Portland u ii till! coasi til It! he would not likrl;, raist! jiiiv ohipi'lion lo the team >:oiim east. "II is not possihli' :'l iiiakf any ilflinile \.\ u world's scries ft)r lli � > l'alrii.'i t(' I'ortlantl \ i!'. The Paci:,i- coast leautii h'el). aiid the lOastern r three weeks ;,h,\ Stanlev prt sent .: ; ' to to the aid sea - � '� r'ts lee.iM  w ii! longer. In or j ;, .Tiiiiiii > t."up series tlie I'liiil.nd team would have to rcsi(;ii! ii:i players, which niiB;hl start, a; world (if troiihle, and the Portland: st|iiail would have to he kept in the' pink of condition under prcal e\-pensi; in the meantime. Montreal Expe(;ts to Land the Championship of N.HA. Hennir KaiilT, a'l round star of the Federal l.e,i);ne, will have n chance this year to show his class in hif;; league companv, lie is the hesl player d(!veloped in the ontlaw ;,nd should prove (Irawini; card in or.u;ani/ud hasehall. . | Uenijv iiu,iires he will set the Na-; tional l.eanne on lire wiUi his liil-' line: this vear.Mavhe ; hiit he'll have some liit!;h iiiai^ ide. Ty kiililed Oriole, of Baltimore, hit lo the Uinei"liy didii'l I pul of .l.'ill in 1807, Two years bcfon^iwas siviiif? ine ,lesse Burkett, v,-hile with Cleveland; tellinp; me that utid St. Louis, hiiiig up a'n average of; Rooil pitcher, .'t2;L Biu; Ki\. DeWianly was Ihe last .National Leaguer to liit over the .tOl) mark. In ISO!) K,|. Walloped 'em for .408. Napoleon Lajoie hold the .American League rcconl with the average of .422, made with the Athletics in 1901. Ty Cobb's Rieatest ehort was made in nil], when he reached .120. Tv also hli .110 in 1012. bridu;e team in the days of .lack for-j^gajjo,, Vancouver made riuan, .loe Lynch, Chesty Cox, et. imid-season but fell away. al. To wit : i - The happiest moment of my life, SEATTLE. BEATS VANCOUVER .says Wild Bill Donovan, was last, j Vuncoiiver, f-eb. LS.-Seattle put summer iii Detroit, when I aix'otn- Vancouver hockey club ont of anv plishrd what some folks claimed was chance ol' annexing another coast the impossible-the striking out of lyji,.aguo chumnionship when the Metro-Cobh with the bases full. 1 l.olitans deieaLod the Stanley cup- Cy Pi;h started the Ramc and waS! )ioidc.-s liei,: lonight bv a score of t knocked out of the box. I didn t have xo I. Seattle linished in whirlwind anv oilier pitchers to shove in, so I lorhi, playing the local club off its ; went in myself. I passed the hrslfeei j,, period of plav. The .40ai batter. The nc.vt one went (Tul on a.^^ame was one of the fa.stest" played lien-1 fiv. So dill the thinr. 1 hil the fourth al the coasi this season \\\n) halter in llie ribs with a roundhouse Duhv ! curve and filled the bases by walking Detroit hitter. Chicago, Feb. IS.-Plunging the jlength of a sixty-foot tank in ,10, .1. P. Lichter of the Chicago athletic as-i uociatiou, last niglit established a new world's mark for the event. The proviouB world's record was held by Craig Redmon oC the L'niversity of Chicago, whoso mark was .10 1-5. GflSCflRETS" BEST BEABAGHY, BIEIBBS, SICK, CONSIIPATEB FRATERNITY BACK JOHNSTON .aiue Ty Cohb. He was g^ux-, club Must Pay More Money,! ,1 the crowd was luddmg me j Claimed i snoL up one The next oite 111(5 by asking ,, em ovor. The crowd the liicrry ha-ha ami "roll used to be a Bill,'but that was 40 BEST FOR LIVER AND BOWELS, BAD BREATH, BAD COLDS, -^SOUR STOMACH. vears at!0. , th .New York, l''eb. IS.-Refusal of ".liiumy" Johnston of the Newark Federal league elub lo sl.ijn a coii-iracl with the Brooklyn .N'ationals, to which he was sold, has been sustain-ied by the Baseball Players fraternity. SALMoN DERBY to FRED AYER Covers 64 M les in 6 Hours and 9 Minutes Nome, .Alaska, Feb. IS.- Fred Ayer won the Salmon derby dog race yesterday, covering the 04 miles from �Nome lo Salmon and return over the snow in h\k honrs and iiliio minutes. Ooiisidorliig tlio colilnesH of the weather and the roughness of the trails, Iho time made was very good. Seii-palii was second, Dolo/.eno thii'd. Ayur eame homo curryltig one disabled dog oil Ills sled. 1916 Indian Fastest Stock Motorcycle on the Market. BICYCLE REPAIRS Cheapest and Best D. E. MacDonald GUNSMITH and INDIAN MOTORCYCLE Agent, 407 5th St. S. ~ Phone 1032 Well, {.hen I hitched up my little panties and ti.!!,hl''ticd my belt. 1 shot the next ball over for a called strike. 1 put Ihe ne.vt one in the groove and Ty didn't make a swing al it. It was strike two. Ty fouled olf Ihe next two. With Ihe count Iwo-lwo Ty probably li.i!;iired thai I'd waste a ball in an effort lo set him to swini; at it. But I fooled him. 1 threw a round house cure - and right into the groove. Ty made a vicious swing at it-and missed. I had struck out Ty Cobb with the full, aiul the ovation that 1 ujot' Ihat Sunday following (hat little i trick was the greatest that ever was given to me duriiiy; all my baseball i Career. And let me tell yon. Ibis little Bill was sort of proud about that, little Stlllll. "Did Tv have anv comment, to make afterward Wild Bill was asked. "Not to nio, hut 1 hear tliat he said to one of his teanunaties thai the reason he fanned was because Cy Pieli had such a crazy delivery that i(. threw him off his stride and lie Wasn't back in it until after he faced me that first time." according to a statement by President David A. Full/.. 11 is contended by Full;', lliat Johnston signed a contract with the Newark I'^ederals for lOlli and 1917 in which his salary was guaranteed for that jjeriod. President Kbbets of the Brooklyn club offered him a contract containing a 10 days' release clause and naming a salary lower than he was to receive under his Federal contract, .lolinslon insists the Brooklyn club must as unie his existing contract. MILLER VS. O'CONNELL, FEB. 29 Will Grapole for the Middleweight title at Portland I'orlland, Ore., Feb. IS.-W'alter Mi'li-r ;-."d Kddle O'Connell signed up tor,- v.r.'^ling match involving the wcrl(;i � ' ileweighl title, Feb. 20. Ai  :. lids the Police Gazette belt w(i:: Jd' Turner for a champioii-ishii, lea-i:i:r;ent and returned by Mil-'ler e .'lit", lime ago. I .Mil - : i.r.d Cutler have left tor San' i'rai!cl:('o and r.^o.s Angeles, where ''lUer ':n: teveral engagements. Get a tO-cent box. Sick headache, biliousness, eoatetl tongue, head and nose clogged up with a cold-always trace this to lor-pi'i'ipi)o and .kiudrod troubles l3_y keeping your I; Avai'in and dry. New Store Cuts Prices The big Introductory Sale lasts 15 days. Extraordinary .  savings on Groceries, Men^s Wear, Dry Goods and COLLAR i BROWNING same shape i striped" madras TOOKE BROS. Limited, MONTREAL Newark, N. .1., Feb. IS.- President Fdwartl C. Harrow, of the International league, i"  nounced today that tho Joibl.' City franchIse will bo sold to l'''red Tonnoy and .fames Price, wlio will transfer the team to this city. The purchase price has boon fixed at $25,000, and it was said that It, Clay Smith, of Danville, 111,, is 'reuuey's tlnanolal backer. With the fruhchlBe will go ten players; all of them played with the team last HUinmer and were trauBferrod to Harrlsburg. Ten-noy will be manager and Price president of the club. Leckie .;. <. .;. .;. .;. .5, ^ .;, .;. ^ .ji are llie best, slioes on Iht^ market I'oi." warmth, long wear, com fori, and real shoe satisfaction. Thev an^ niailein BRTTISII COLITMBIA hv expcK AV .: . len of HONEST SUBSTANTIAL Ipather. Ail lirst class dealers handle LECKIE BOQTS and SHOES. Jjook for the name "LECKIE" plainly stamped on every pair of the genuine. Investigate the . money sjiving opportunities offer'd Mercantile Co, SAM, SADOWSKl, Prop. 04 ;