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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THE PAGE THREE HERALD SECTION Lethbndge Fans Would Like toJSee Bayley Fight Tlie MchclB are going fast (or. Ilic Modem Pugilists Don't Like The Slam-Dang Type of Milling 'New flood lo sec a Hghler ol Iho aKgrcss. Ivc, rushing Lype IheBO ob- SfiireJ on pld timer recently, "Nine out of every 10' who nro rlghtliiK now lack (he Bleain nnil [ho love rx a battle that ilic pugs of ic'd have 'to corner Ccrbcll if he cJ to hang ou u'Jnnliig Rmj (lila finally. happened In the weti'.y-thlril j-oiiriu.., "It was Jelfrloa' aggressiveness and love pi a flgJjL thai inado him a ner.- And hind of tlulf In Dillon and Mlako tliat makes them looke'bo goo'J.' The old hammer away Idea Is the Idea, It IB, Yuu fan luvc oil your fancy boys. I'ut 'cm hi frames Tor all I care, llut give me the ham iner and longs lads wlio love to ftfihl." MYSHWOFIII liaskolbaH game al-lho "Y" Friday! DIO 0M days liad. And believe me, the night, when the Raymond huskies will rigliLIn1 of other yfaiii had it all over make their Initial appearance here. Uie stylo of Extra Boating accoinmodallon ex-j Tho olii was looking" peeled to be necessary. Thq boys are rallier wistful and'.we asked out working liard to make this game, among the present day fighters, could a real success and the fans arc. re- sponding liberally far. Raymond has Iruly got tho Laskcl- ball bug, and wlien It comes to sup- port thi It ay mend lioys don't, hayrj to compare sonio of the belter nilx- crB of the olil days, "When It comes lo said ho, "I (I on'I believe f can name many who arc OP good nt tho business at stand worry In llio least The latest report! lug (do to toe and slugging, feinting IB thai Lhey are now, trying to niako ami blocking as Ihey uscl lo Lo 15 airannemenU with the G. P. K, for a and 20 years ago. In the lighter weight special Iraln to accommodate the classes the boyn have tome more am' large number coming up, tlial Is Che more'to making tliD giime a sparring vcalhcr Joes not permit the lo game, pure and Blmplc. You seldom ie used. It has been a loiifj tJrno near of In the clasa of Incc n (special train baa been ordered 'ho biggest heavyweights I don't iv, a bunch of basketball supporters. Nfiuru the field can hold a candle lo 10 11 can readily be understood what, the old timers, hul Ihore are Iwo lioyj Raymond lays tills the lightweight who have mportanca ganif. The Lelhbridge line-up lor Die ienlor game will probably Murray and L-. DunsworDt, forwards; centre; O. McKiHou and A. Cane, guards. The'second team will be rom HID following: P, Jrwfu, centre; A. Bkeltli, C. Jones, M. Dowacttj- for- vnrtls; II. Hudson, John Sliand, guards, TJcJtftla are obtainable from ihc members' of tlio basketball club; JOE BAYLEV Thpiigb ;'Lalhbridge' fan's arc anxious' Joe flaylcy, Vic- _tona.; light weigh I; .in acliou, they do so this set SO HO n I nrt fflr LlieT-first whcri tbe t me Is started agal D jle> o'el ould have been here for a bout w Ih H Try AiidLr on on Jan 2 QU! would a bg house, but he choae to go. to. Be- ittle lo TKen the local club. tried1, lo arrange a with. Dayloy Franks for Feb. 2S, although it waa'al- ,-ays -doublful ivnelher Baylci could m tl e weight re T bo Ij i 11 inking Fr nk coulil beat liayloy if; "lue latter woijlA make .133 pouuds. sonio of the traits that made the gaiii'o .of other years a thriller. Dillon and Mlske "They nre Jack Dillon and Billy Mlskc'.. I might .mention ono or two others, .but what's 'the use? ThC3o fRllcws look1' like (he cream of the I can't say anything Sport Summary MORE SIGN Chicago, Feb, Geo, Mogridge, Outfielder Hugh High and Catcher Albert Walters have signed 1917 contracts with the York American League club. mm MIGHT Manybernes Boy Battle With Young R r pon't, forget ''the'-. Standard Efficiency TesUUbniEhL al-thcVY." the four I It week they -started- am] .the Interest- shown is' apparently lie- j corning- more .keen on cacn succeed- 1 in'n ocoaalon. Thursdaj' Iherc I were viciiiitj; of 35 boys lined up" the 'big EJ-niiiBsium, nnd numlicr rgct-' in tbd sivJaiojlng: V'ool.tjic HplaBliei and noise can easily j 1 be-lmpgMJeil.') Do -riiol forget ypiir'ey iu auit-aadl 1 running shoes 'anyway- CALIFORNIA For, Special.'-Train ,'L'eavei For, Training Carfip, Players Aboard ChiCagOj Fch. 21.-r-Thc Chicago Na- tionals, the first of tlie major league Qliilia 'to'get away' lor the'sprltie'lmln-'j Ing camps; left'here. last night; In a' .train "for. Pasadena, Cal. There were So person'sT Including 27 In'lhe'parly! The Sporting Editor let- ter from E, L. of Many- berries, .who, has "a 'dark horos (n the'person of thinks he can (hand'-.Young'Al Ross a walloping. ,He wants "to, go 10 rounds or rii'ore.__ It Is quite possible the match Tnay.be staged somewhere In Sputhern.i-Alb'erta this Rest from Seaftle- and >lll bet ready to.take on all comers. Svweel 'a season windilp.V 'PEG V1C5 WINNERS Feb.-. oldest club In n. -Western Canada, and famous In early ot' Imckoy as holders of the regained cup, emblem- atic ufVlhc amateur hockey chnnifitau- .the world." j Four'rinks .liavc'Eonc the boh'spiei; being skipped'by Ij.'.W- Clark, Hugh S; J. Shepherd aiid and Bcmi-finals In tlie'Coii Eolation'cannot-bc iplayed until utter the, Tnbcr bqnaplel.' WIGGLE BEATS HIM OUT OF BIG SCORE Lnwlslown, Moni., ,Fcb. I !oca' alleys [tli a total, score-of Ills first licorc'was a perfect dcore of 300, his and a games :Tnc> fcc-ia'o. or match jamoa. r.Tho TiaultaMast' night; _ K. D. D. 8 'Hugh and Cadillac trophy. 22 Johnson. sd'H. hold the The Bulldogs Are Com ing I Basket Ball Game lethbridge vs. Reymond i (iamcs, Junior and Senior TOMORROW, Friday, 23 AT EIGHT O'CLOCK THE F1R3T GAME WILL START AT O'CLOCK SHARP. A DANCE WILL BE GIVEN IN THE S.'O. E, HALL AFTER THE GAMES. ADMISSION 75c. ALEXANDER SIGNS Graver Alexander, WHo hae been the holdout with the Philadflphin (Nationals, has signed a contract for two ycare at.a salary be liald in organized, baseball for .a pitcner.' Everett- Scott, Boston Arh'erlcan ahoristorij signed his contract for the coming "season." MILITARY-TRAINING President John K. of thd ,has anriounc'ed "thatytic is' In 'of military training in. the .National league training and wants the .National league.to co-operate with- the American league' in.leaching the players military tactics. The ..BASKETBALL Illinois'Athletic Club, .Chi-. cago, won the Central Amateur' Athletic basketball clinm- pionship.last nighj, dafealEng the mystic A. C. of Chicago, 32 to 17.' about Darcy, for, of course, haven't seen him [u a hatlle, hut they say he ig a toe "to "toe slugBer and Hkca .to mix It. f "When Dillon arid Mtste KO into battle they go In there for btgod. 1'vo seen a lot of fights, but (hero arc few of tVtcm that.can he compared .with a two for fiood aoUfl, unadulterated slugElns. Both can fiU, aiid It seciiis like every Mine Lhey'Blaft a punch they slicfc vicious- ness Into It. They show a fellow some- ;liirjg for tiis coin. Won Title for Jeffries "You continued tbc.olc] 'lhal Ihaf balllin' is title for Jlrii Jeffries. Ho was ilevll quarters and lio loved a fight. lie wasn't' clever like CorbeLl, but ho" was young'and lough and he (ought, every' ounce of hrawn I was on hanii'Vhen Jeff fought Corbelt nt Coney "leiantl back In 1900 rir-rirly 11 'years ago: Bay, (here was a Corbctt put up a wonderful fight even though he had a younger a'n'd. stronger man in front of'him. UorbfiU kneW he had a tough Jetf, and.tie" .dftpcnflcd on his cralt to fuf- hini o'ver., you him out In the Lweut'y-third.round, and every bpdy -because they (houglit-JIm sHck-enough.to stick out.'Uie 25'. rounds'and get another match rig-nt did flghl later, Corners' Corbett "After Jeffries that light .Corbeil around tho. ring and Ibllowlng him of the irayi'culling 16053 ot rlghU aud lefts' and goiri' "just., like an engine, ho found Boston, Mass., Feb, men claiming to rcprcecnt donU of Hie wesL-cml illBlrlcl and a delegation from (ho housewives lea- gue, made an unsuccessfgul attempt today to ece Governor.McCaU to re- quest him lo liiKo acllon toward re- ducing the present high' nilces cf food. The west end women tolj the govcnior's Eccrctary their families vcre facing starvaUou and that Jnime- Halo relief was' necessary, Ileiire- enlatives of the housewives' league also urged Immed'ate acllon. (Jovcrnor McCall, who was engaged when the delegation. arrlvcdj issued he fallowing statement: "Wo are In a state ol war so far as irlccs are. concerned. Tlie exports rom this country during January were at the rale of a year, which is alloscthcr loo niucli of a drain ujjon the material resources of he nation. exchange our food for gold, but In the'last analysis food is more jiie'cessary (o the people (lian gold.- .We can eat ono ljul we can not oat llio other. "Foreign countries have found it necessary (o regulate the prices of !ood. The food controller of Great firilnin, for instance, yesterday fixed :hc rnaxiraum prico'of jiotataes bought 1917 FORD TOURING CAR f.o.b. Ford, Ont. don't need extravagant claims to justify, youi: clioicu when you buy the Ford.' The new model five-passenger Touring car at Is standard We don't need to make In offering you this car. We you the car, [tself and give reasons. The quality, the price and the service It gives makes satisfaction sure. You can always depend OK the Ford. Let UE show you the new model FORD GARAGE he charged, those who control foot] Senator Thomas. salaries. ''That food supplies hy the throata. I dislike to aec fooil riots In free United States, bread riots such as we arc having In but I can see HiatiL might be the first the metropolis of this said step toward relief." bj- the imund al ?1.SO n price In Boston Is a bushel and, so with oilier articles. t "There Is.grounil for. Interference in Englnnd and upou Ihc continent there Is certainly as inucli erounil forj Inlerrerehcc In the United States and, for action III defense of pur people, many of threatened with Btarvalio'n-'.' .-Should Throttle Combines Waslilngton, Keb. hrcnd riot In Mew York claimed alteri- iion in tho senate today during the debate on Increases In salary for gov-. ernnicnt clerks.- i Senator Thomas, Col-' orado, expressed the opinion.that in- creases In no. cure .for the Increasing living because. Tires! Tires'! .The'Bulldogs Are'Comlr.gt of your car. II is Ihc energy .'that 'makes ilic "car lean forward insiant Ect-airay. Thc.cricrjrf Ihit carrim you swiftly.and smoothly on high speed without effort It is the cnergj; tint' Ukcs you over tlic _, hills, the dccp'sands, through the snow-. drifts ol winter. POWER makes j-otir .car easy lo drive on tlio' Road or in Traffic. Power Ihe mechanism of your car.' If inccti llie.cmc'rgcnncl of travel-and Iraffit .ivillibiil liotkcable effort, irilhont faltering. That is': th'c ,way Stiidcbakcr has made Studcbatcr cars Hi'c most powerful cars on ilic market in "ratio to They'have made Ihcm jowcrful by pcrftcling luvc concentrated their-skill and Shldcbjlicf motor dciiensl until Slujcbatcr, is the most poivcffur car on the market, in ratio to size or cbsL' At the aame'timc it is economically powerful. II gives'J-DU grcsl power :wilh' very reasonable v gasoline consuirplion. .-''.VcidV Canada" -lo-ii. P., SO-II. P, 7-I'a-lcngcr SIX 1595 The Studebaker Garage 322 Sixth Street, OpfMlIte Herald. -f. T. Graham, Prop. v nrf Q. D. Plain, Q. D. Plain, 33x4 Q. D, Plain, 35x4 Q. D. Paragon, Q. D. Paragon, St. Wall, 35x4 SI. Wall, St.. Wall, MALTESE CROSS Up to 37x5. Up to Up to J17.32 524.80 3ZS.62 530.63 S26.52 535.20 .St. yVaflParason, 34x4 an'd up. ,r-. Diahioml Tires, all sizes. .-_: i Also a 'Fifll Line of AtctJssoi'ics BAALIM MOTOR ca HARRV HOLMAN, .MANAGER Staude a i Attached to any Ford in twenty" minuteis. Pulls 214 in. bottom Gang Plows arid all farm machinery. See our demonstrator. Orders, will te' filled in trie or- der received. No order accepted without a Cash Deposit. IN FIVE DAYS WE HAVE RECEIVED OVER 500 INQUIRIES WRITEOR PblpNE r T H E FORD GARAGE Distributors for 'Southern Alberta LETH3RIDGE 1 l ;