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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Jktoiiday, February 24> 191$., LOCALIZERS IN FINi* F GOT BACK '^f MAOLKOO HARD ' EV'ANr:^.'i&. MOORE FOBMBft MTcfH-^OR WNQLE QAME r-LATTER-l4lQH FOR WHOLE �>HAWRMANOE � The AracWoy_]ien-pln squad wfere ov6!Bw]�m�ii .bV. ito- local attists in 'their iiiAtph..b��vSa1iittSay ,ait the Dominion alteys* iriast looal tiundlerB we^e' in the 0I4foxsK' and :could that icoiWiMey Jwea. pittedj 'agjlasii � thrta' oVeiVlSMlWEdaJ!,  .Ife wm�nft1i  a, stellar *sti)uMii.liete .and their* � that nau^'iHii'^tfWli&g ot the lofaals, 'whidi' �adr -mita � bowled thcougUbut. In-all Itew':g�jbett'.the looah-avet-' , aged jwb-u:^iBCtion short ol� :194>BiU8i per>ftam6va;perfo*nifanee which litre-5 peateil' ShoUW'bfing home conaliier-aWe -leiMky� iaiid- -prize money (roitt , EdmontoBvW^iujtofc hoys attend the-prqviiioiai .iqfirttftment theica , next^ mojitli.;  -  ' � s ' ^fWm^iOt^iitsiood, rolled iflo tetho flrsfi gaffloi'ap^3>l�s l6l;'in thd la^t : gatae)' � V"*!^' "^as. the closest � the visitors oanie'' ^6 the coveted 200 ttlttit^f"s'rE8j)t|BMU^;  '16^ ped ,: the, "aod : ntqrl^s fOttr.:iift(tftf 'dlatlng;- the: tamlii also _iK6 _ hlghMt-soore ;0f: the � -whole Mri05w?oeJ 'rolled' ovet the 400 toaijk*iii'the first' and' second �ga&rr^aw fbj!tt,th�!&;Joflh jusf tipped Mooie was: hi^! man, with'631 and Evans-seconflf-close up. Brlggg Was-�'the j�s?^:;M^Blj!io3ji�tefmer, -� , 'fhtf fltioatei^Mtk'goodaad plenty for � theic/defe&*f atethiB:;harids.; o^Ma(fe leod at' Maafedna -� lew '.weelta, baolc^ ^0 less .thai'* B70i=pln'B"sttparateA the; ylciprs; |rp!iinKt|j(i on this' last- oficaiidn,^: tflelbre just 54"'pins . wa8'tho,.raargim^,^,_,v^^, , J . - [email protected]'old*hbwKnB9E w�m going ^ on ^6re''''ll^l^ME%^fittay ijead^^ :lIyi'S�tti tiy;^ai.>|;li^Oj} j^^^^ J ,  , i-JL- ' 3 8 '-Totair , G. Mbow.;....190  20T 234- 641; Se!denbeoli8r,'...f l|liBol76 160t-6fiO iPuU6j;-,.'j.,,'.i';;� m isa 1^5-ei? .....J; M^aore .'. 191, lr� -201'^ 668 FRANK MAXW8LL TtT ' REPEREE  PBOVINCIAL. WREftTLINC^J-BOWTS ;)1ERE Lethbrldge 7wJ l; h^lVei^i-' b�vy of good 'wrestjeft-in.>ifly�rj;,class at th� provljiciil eliany}loii>Wi) bouts here. on:&''SStftfoJ'n^xt month.:: Thd S6dhe 6f man5ri';:pra*fieeranttduht' �rf just now, rvrii*'" boys are showing; oonslde^ATJle claatf and there will ifeet wnke-'touglivargu' meats in store'f(}t;ani>'; of tbe'outsiders who may .happen'to beat the looai tai6nt fa it; Wank Moxwefily ;df o has "been Mtajft'etfvap": r'6f^ijfetfittr all ,th* bouts Of':th0mijnl�m6tit. Be Is BxcepfloajUlj^ weMtijilftllfiba to fill the bill....... v... RPl 10 A FOUUflT 20 S. O, E. MEETING ? THE' MEXICAN DEtlVERED FOUR 6RU8HINQ HAYMAKERS IN : - TENTH ROUND BROWN W^S GAME The annual meeting of the S. O. E. football club has been called for tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock In the offices of the Quick Print, A full turnout of members and all Interested in the club Is urged. Come one, come all. � � � � i� FIERCE MILLING FROM START TO FINISH-BOTH ALL IN AT THE END DEFEATHD K�1,W : -'CHAMPIONS WITH EA8E~U0OLLY" O.RAY SOORH'O E|,RVBN GOALS 'Winnippgf Feb. ?a.-/Dhe' Monarohs broke rtbelt lopg #tltog;oJ.,deteats and also^buoke--^i.lie long atr\n'r^oi; .vlcto'^'es of ,thep Winnipeg^^when th^y* ^downed the naw;champiO^|f.in a U5i?l,�lyo ner 14..to 7 in a'iVV�y I'iHightj In auditorium Itaiik',ln oil a re'^ bound. The Wiw4p6g9"w^te.3yithout ,tb�?e ol .their rpgWars', 'but. even at that would hav^i^'bad their^troubles in stopping the-MdJ>arflliEr-.oni'^atur- day� BVan's I 'If 'if- ,2in in 19*-.' - .TotilsM",'. _/ ^^ ^015  919 928-2864 Fioidi'.1 J.^.'^^'ST*'* 14'o 140-^ 469 CkjdBodJ.;'../^^.. li^ 157 147- 416:; JottnsoTift;,,'.V^-iJie- 141 148-416 -Xatt.. 141 128- 454: Bfrl&a;..r..f.>.i-itl63' 174 191- B4�-; Tolktit/.;'4^J';'f(>0 .'753 749-226^j ^FRANK >lCEV.>�l',^NNOUNCBMeNt  .oSlgaiir-MliSj^^yiPresld^nt l^ank Grey.Xifil-WeitUf^'Canada Baseball icatue},�na6ulio6'aStonlgl, � .Edmbntqn;,Mpat'oW'Hfct,-Moose Jaw, (jf^a^jifeisiiiMiiiiM .DEKEATED CANy^b|^,i^y!ii^^�>'-?)8E, EXCITING, ROUQH' 'AI^D - TUMRLE -GAME ? Mojitr�al, Feb.�^ a?,-TQtieibeei.,foiigbt its iwarto,vlctory.iOVflr'ttfc (^gaadiens on-Saturday nlgKtJlJr �, pq6fej.p�,7 to 16, before the reobrd.�rQ7ya'fii,t4a!sea-fibn. c doing jjo'', tbey,^;a�o\j??ed r for themaelveV the- lU4i|as',the roughest play�d',here th|S'jwlnter,the �lay�rs ^slasblng?, ^.qroBsOlieok^l^ ',and roughing -lii-. gj>n??allr,r*?�araie9f of th& pBnaltlea,toatfd&ft.: .his operation ol last year. The decision was popular, fought bitterly' Woigast literally fought hlmsell to the Point 0^ collapse in the gruelling 20 round battle. Murphy, too; was tottering when the fight ended, but it-was apparent that his reserve was-greater than that ol his opponent, f . LACKED "SOMETHING^: Wolgast lought his best battl�)-since, his illness of two years ago, bbt': the old time dash and stamina were lacking. Systematical appUcationa ottie-mtiadous right and left drives-to the body in the final rounds enabled Wol-^ gast to earn a division ol the honors^ FIGHT ALL THE way; Throughout the -'20 rounds.'tjiere' was little it any idle time. MUBphy,; took the bit inliis teeth at the: out-:; set, and it was not long b61ore'.-' he; had battered his oppotfent's iaco al-^ I most to a pulp! Rapid fire rights.aflid llelts- to'the face, delivered at ' close' range; seldbm:.went amiss and', i^ten .ihe contest .was>' half over,. the. Hai?;^ lem boT'seemed'Jn'.a lair', way. 4o'�win>: Wolgast meanwWle was content-; tg; husband^ his:'strength, althougli'*^hat punishment he .landed carried- Hfort, than his .opponent; . Wolgast's ; onl;^?] tlic manner In which - he had won ecoresol fights, and it was decisive. DOWN FIVE TIMES Five times 'Risers set Brown to the mat with his ylcioua right swing in the closing round, three times lor the count ol nine. The fifth time Referee By ton stopped the fight without counting. It was a sensational match-and a furious encounter, \u which the Mexican and Teuton battled vtcloualy' from' the opening. BifOwii's awkward style ol milling, due' to'the lact that he fights lett-handed, was soon solved by Rivers who blocked deVerly With elboW and open glove. Browhi's best blow was a lelt drive to the body, which he used eJtectively. . -K, 0. AGGRESSIVE Brown forced the fighting in nearly every round, but his , open manner gave the- Mexican opportunities to punlsb him about the head. Punishment W'lnoh would 'have stopped many onlyvSMmed to act as. a spur to the easteinerli^ aggressiveness. Brown be-gan then Jnbbe'tf LalM^^ |tf,rw faoe-'wUti the. bi/trend ofslis,^t^i^tj'jforT'^Wbtf:' he was given i dji?nili:Sy: td ::Mb| credit starte4iWfilo5%Q';ait^ ^f;^^^t^'i^^^Sf^';^ffor "QUSLY. 3j: 4t A , In libo .nihelJBenth ground. Wotgaat..... ^ ,^ fighting witfi the'fproolty ?!, a^!" .Torbnto,^ Bleb. .23.^Tt;e. expected re-mal at bay landed >so lre(iuent}y;-'^�*'�'� - /r '  ^ . ... Murphjr welcomed 'tb * " bell, while Wolgast Iriettds about.' the--could: with i'puffed SURVIVAL' OF>k>BgT%':l;Vg|^!Sr^iWo"lson's'mcn--;:to "cb*^? The last round rtfsultfed itsejr.feto'b^oM because ol the^nmi^rous tevei-; a question ol the surviV&L ot^tKe-^flit^I season f among the. Wt. Science was forgotten, ;the\m6a;,PJ,9fTO'"?l *T^-�in^0rdnito 'Hojmtes, Marshall .Dam'eion in M, plfeyi^he was badly usod'-up and had to,'be carried off the rin}Ci ' \ , Both'tried hard to get their much opponents but w^i;e' unsuccebs-fi^I., - � > Position .jTeoumBehs goal -:' \r "Nicholson point , ,Gr,'McJIamara jcover- H'."*licNaiiii:^^^^^ center ^#if i^^^r left ^ � ThQtp right. -VCorbeau ,.iDr, Wpod; si^'^^ ' .oKPlaj'-Haryef^ Spr'^fulei"; ^,SAPKATCHBW�N',.bov^lers % irOhably twbffiidMlljM Jd;sk4teiheWfflj%rm ropre* Bent .yfanidi ; �? '�lig:^%natlonar l"ivyipS toiirney, whIcU pgens at Mirf !HE VISITORS' TROPHY EVENT OF LETHBRIDGE BOSi-SPIEL PLAYED OFF AT MACLEOD Macleod, Feb. 22.-The fluala In the Vl8it Lester Patrick, manager of tl^e Victoria team, proBpeotlve olttamplons of the Pacific Coast, proposeB to bring the Baatern championd weat, and in a communication which h� fbrwarded'to the Quebec club yestei^day hV inafl*'* tempting offer for a wr}e� 1.012. toutnar: ment were the Brunswick AIL Stkra: of New York, in the fivfe-man teaijftS,!' Phil Sutton and N. Owen, Louisville,' in the doubles, and Larry SutliQinv Rochester, N. Y., in the individual*. Phil Sutton, Louisville, waa chams  pion ot all ev'ents..'The highest i^scViov bowled on the opening, ni^t : in t1^�; A. B. C. tournament, was:made.tcfr" night by the First Assembly, .wfeicb,;; totalled 2,570. The six best :A"sVj}i.''^ bly 2,570 ; "Heavy. Machine,:2vr6V;;?v Millwrights 2,443 ; 'Ofllbe-Nbi-liifaj-S:^ 402 ; Stock Room, 2,889 J. Offlc�^;ii)'o; 2,: 2,335. . ^ :^L^.-:'.' CURLINQ.V TiiNIOH-TV ' --^-s ^ 7.00 p,m,' .V'.f' ' Geo. S,tBcey v^. SJ J,lSbl6f^h#i.. R. R. Macleod VB.r'H.'Boiflcli^Si � �W. J. Nelson vs. J. BrtKJW tj^s' ,.�ehTaeM^ . last year witb Hamilton and'8laawy;5V who wafi wIth.Eaten.'a laatiyear.'.iwre signed With Calgary.- They Mei;i|lkt^i r�|'| looking for an anlateur ouiflelaer im-'i. VICTOPIA. lilEEDS, HOGARTH FOR STANLEY CUP' QAMBB ' Toronto; Frlfice Albert, sask.^ I^eb. 23. torla Hock*y Club hip xn^dA^aa. to Ha*ry Hogarlh, of, Prinze AJ to play With tie PPMt team a.*' Quebec in tt^e^.fo^hcomlng, 0 Oup games. He-^has Hot yet gl-anewer.- - . , � *HE|moneyYniaking?f acuity '''IX the inon^^y^a'ying, instiftqi Yoji 'must buy for cash if you expVnsi-vrc Every credit store but/that discount does not equ casHi-only store. We;know. Thd credit buyer is, kept poor^ ^ his fclothcB th'Aft-he who pfj^ di � It buyi.ng.;^jroul'd_ buy^^b^^ ki 4' 'I �-^�vMkIp��ic;.b^^^^^^^^ ' - , \ ' . ^^jM."^ /Mi^KJiyeV.v,''Bdvlan ' Itetoioe-Hajrvev Puttord , . -v Bem,*,__' ^'ISS* s i^lSiWe^ Otjlfc P r d^ a P.ii-n s .1 1 tt'o W^ypg lO'irjiey, whIoUppenBatMin 'rfnTyTTn GT3'i^\./r''T TMK^ ^fiM^Rf'i _:_JA on vJIi�>li is- At a meeting "IfTirsl'tls*' ^ �?' 1^1* I - PE'-sK^^'i cbverft.Wjjg'/ygi'Mu , The N6W Yojk Athletic Club' V'^'^^J'klii::i:Ji -^i^'^-^.^&^M^rm  "^^i^ij^ ---jWal memherBhlpJ^^ ^ ' \� EllR||T^^^ ^'^'^^ J^^y imMidy dptHi^ii^pll^ at ore pricft for c��t-. the .aame- Pf'igfe.r^J^S^M^r^e pric*'*m�i(|e bjr ;