Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
.'-SATURDAY, FlUmiIAUY.21, t'017 Tim, HERALD SECTION With the Wrestlers LOCALS BY A TO-BAY'S Spprfpthmnary LeUibrldge Kight'Down in 1'irst Tears l.qose in' Second, Snatching Game From Fire in Fire Minutes by Juniors Vanquished Locals Koalers .Much in Evidence in 500 Crowd. After Ui6 ctieertrn o[ the BOO (ran-.inonil s'l'icclcfi, were 1'icre lo Biipnor't tic (DEB hail rojled nway II viaa rouiul JlJielr (cams hi what Ifiey very correcl- that tho LeLJibildgo" quintet emerged tho victors over Iho Ray-' mom! baaketcrs last night In one the fastest, cJoaest and most hard- fought buBhotball games ever staged lu.thlB neck of tha.pralrlp, by llie cloao 'score of 3D- J2. their IB-pleco band, which enlcrUlncd Iho crowd hoUvecn .halvoB.ond between gainer ono hun- dred raolors' of thft most rabid Hay- Kitchen Mystery H SPOILT FANS Tho bufctilb'all gam ft la comlnVlnto fta '..With'. .Ray Tsond and Cardston taking an Interest Id Iho jiasttmo, there la a healthy out- look -for neit There IB no boiler sport for boys Ihau llui'smiis grarno of basketliali: As we mentloncrt before. It" Is [he winter game In Iho .colleges across Ibft line, and we bnvo 'always wondered why the knfeht Ac Qdaiuy harder. not- tumble for IL a lltllo Laat nleht'B Rtymond-l.ethbrldge '-tangle put the on Us feet." The S- n. 0, etRn was" out to the tails, and many, couldn't find room to the.match. cal syuad, hDyyuvur. kept away, nnd Murray and sLootdiK very T Duns- e j to y expected to ho a very bftltlc.. The K.1 A.'yell crew worn do re (n all iliclr glory, along with the oyal making tlio gym- nasium roar with their choice assort- nent of Thu Ms slarlcd with the 'moose Lund anil Walker, llio of play, bold pulling up a sirell brand or Wal- ter used, his experience to Kood ad- :c In every department o( the DutJSKorlJi led In Ihc eren- scorlng with 25 points to his credit. Meldrum, Raymond's heavy scorer, shut spectacularly In Hie first half, scoring C A. Kane ol llic locals got on to Ills elyle, though, and lie Id lifcn (o ono tone basket In LliB second half. Knne had plenty to keep hltn occupied during the even- ing. Raymond started with a'rush, tak- ing a elx point lead before tlio locals got "their bearings properly. H Eftem- cil that they keep (riat and add more to (t, as they pill.up a splendid sllll wreslllng. He threw combination anil, wllli Sleldruni's shooUug. looked unbeatable. The lo- Ornt squad of players of the New York National League club IB on Its way tctby-tb the sprJng Irjfnlng quarlerc at Marlliij Texas, m per- Bfria. Inclgdlng made up the parly, Training will start Monday) TO ACT SOON No action liao been taken by the board of icgcnts at the Uni- versity of reaard to the university's return to the .western conference. The matter probably wlU.be settled at the next meeting of the koard, March 30th. WERE DEFEATED Cornell's wrestling team, Inter-- colkglale champions, were defeat- ed at (lie state college, Pennsyl- vania, by the Pennsylvania Stale College team, 21 lo 9. STOPPED IN NINTH The Ever .Hammer-Milburn Say- lor bout at Gary, Ind.j slopped In the ninth round because the referee deemed the tactics of each man Unfair.- Spectators declared the bout even up to that time. (COXTIKUF.P i-'HOM FlIONT 1'AOE) Tire .f'-nt'.'er for t nientlng on the_ legislation trope.___ for llie aid ol the homesteader and thr IN an who lield land said I tlic- A itierlcau con .-ul H. 1 ti uo'Ji cases tho auif thi! two landed v Tlic sunk 'the Liteinier v anil the iVocweglan Hknllclm. -s v v v v Vancouver, Feb. tt and Irvine, Tiiclfic ('oast hockey officials, have bcrn Ly tJic Pacific Coasl JInckty lo liaii'llo I lie worlil's series wlitcli rlti oti the coasl Marrh I'r dent Frank Palrk-k today their to Iho National Hockey ocluCloii and cxrcctnd tliat the Ict'iloti will he confirmed. 'rcslilcni Patrick also staled today that lie rjuciUloncil (he eligibility 'of Donnelly, tlio former Toronto pJ.ay- cr, whose name appears on trie OtTa.- Hsl. in the event of (lie Senators qualifying far (he wtalcru Hockey Scores Snokaiic T, S'calllc 9. ZBYSZKO THROWS JESS WESfERGAARD come out of It on the short end Jii Ihoj Chicago, Peh. Xbyszko defeated Jess In a heavy. wrestling match foment.-taR- flrst half with a 13 to 2L score. The locals toolt floor In i iho ,ll lg lwo 20 mlnu, r Ui'8'0114 cross-hnily heavier lead than at the end.ot tliel, "m_____ "1C! KETONEN DOWNS MIKE YOKEL ther condllions und-the minister or close Bcore. denotes tho general Tho local squad lore" into the: Routh Fob.' en, claimant of the American defence like mad aud In too "the Raymond'.boyjf 'znalch a minutes the acore n _ ._ _ and (ana for the world iic works co.uhV'not draw anything Ing this. melee tfiD of Ihe south'right merrily this win- ter. Wo-cpiild "quite understand a biz to, but. arc .still woiiderine ,ahout the particular., at- tractlpn i_. Of 0 p .A Ford Into an accident at ClaTesholm tho other day. was boiler handy.-and the lltde'ald' Ford underwent repairs and rambled right along. k V." v Young Al ROAA la flBhtinp In.Scalllo -.-.-Mit week according.to accounts re- .'celved.fri He says he finds It hafdor to got a match lined up there than In Lcllibrldgo. o o o N'ot as hard, Ihouitli, as It n'oiild'Iie .In.Lelhbrliiso at the prcseul with Hid The strike is off... Three strike's will b'e (h order atler "AprII "boo .Aulp owners arc.reminded thai Ihe to form.an Auto Club Is lo be held In tho, Chinook Club next Fri- day'evening Qt'cJphl o'clock. Lcl llio club gcraivay VlUi a bans. b o u .What's the 'rnaltcr with Calgary'a team? 'Dill Moore'says: do'n'L Try la bow) hike the stars nowl you never Get nny-'bctier In the game And 11 you Try those Twlflts find CRSille dips Of the 3tar boTPlers- You'go Over Iho 'Foul line 3d i-- Whal'a Iho use? b a o This applies partlculaJly to the JUrona QlleyG. '000 has wired his i gratulflllona to Sherlock's Cops. nlnutes of play. NThe big game, jeljveen the and ijhior was a f OUR lit and afit artalr, with Raymond having the jest of it> all the way. .Raymond put up -a: brand'.ol.-com. Curtin President of Great .Western Trotting Association Chicago, Feb. 22.-'-Membcrs oi the American -TrottinK here today and adopted racing- rules .which' wirt mnkc racing under Amc-ri- .InaUon irmt tho locals .cquld pot can and National'nsEocinllon circnils athom, and Dunvwho starrnd for tho1 uniform. These rules were fornuilal- missed few opporlimlllcs al.cd recently at n meeting In CoHimhua he basket .The local sauad shot very Ohio, between a committee from tbc veil, but their .combiiKifloii-showed Trotting assorrnlion aud crow uiil up a hrnhd of W. 'U. Smolllnger of Iron' Moitn- ioublualioii wort find shooting, -In- ain. Mo., socrelary. The racing dales creasing their lead at the final-whistle o U was a'nttiner'nrellrrifnftry would- Lave a moai beneficial Inllu- cncc In adding, lo the comfort and1 wull being ol dffBcrrlng classes of tlioi community as aiding maler- lally in the development ot (he stocfc Industry of (he firovlnce, .Mr. he wauled lo per- sonally nul liIirJEell on record as be- ing Hynipathy with tho liuVuioriuicnt of a jirovinclRl system of trunk. roads which he ealil waa one ot (he most Important things for the flcrcloumcat of. tho commercial and agricultural Hfd of the provinco. The member was proceeding (o Ejieak about roads being blown of washed away. How'. Clias. fitewarl, lulerrupllng, said the member had on numerous occasions nude reference to roads blowing away. What road did bo reter want to tell him I knoiv of no'parllcular road In this province that, is blowing away on .-vvhlch tlio government Is expanding money." Mr. rpiilted that was .akiriK, a. general concern' tag the' ot roade by ut of Iho flre a hair-line, margin, coring three baskets In IhD last few ADOPT UMFORM-RACING RULES arl.lact of J.ones, lludeon, rwin and Skclth dlil Hie scoring (OT he locals- .The score close Kt he end of the flrjt .half, something committee from Iho American. Allot. Racing Dates Chicago. Feb. the nnnnal meeting ol-the Great Western ,Trol- government was giving P. dollar for dollar according to uliat the province viinted to contrihule. Sifton covrtcied liim slaCng tha't no money hail been voied as yet anil he knew nothing dofinlle conversation. Sir Robert Honlen had sahl ihat (lie >roposcd to wliicl ivnuld he rlividcil between the jirov nccs pro rata, tint the matter had no :lien bcon hrouubt be-fore the cxecu live council. The mailer, salil the premier, would bn ontsldo of politics anil Tvoufd be -wllh through the, educational duimrtmcnts of llio nrov- inces. tic hail no doubt the Dominion "Dvernnionl ivould do what Sir Robert IJonlcn bail inlimalcd. Dismissing the subjctt'ct hospitals .Mr. Hillocks said it ivfls not uulficfcnt lo say lo Ihc rural municipalities "you may co-or- dinate or cooperate If yon sec flt-" Tlic legislation should bo mandatory to compel Ihcm to lo pro- vide hospital facilities. Then the pro- posed legislation, lie nsscil'cd, did not alter the situation- in "llic ciiie3 al nil and would not jjroveul people coin- ing iu from I lie. country (Jistrirls U3- POWER POWER-Power is the very life of your car. H is Ihe crierey dial makes Ihc car Itap forward in the irislaiit get-away. Tlic energy that cirrici you swiftly and smoollily on Iiigh speed without effort. It is Hie energy ihit lakes you over ilia hills, through tire deep through the snorj- rfnfls of winter, TOWER makes your cir eisy to drive on the Head or in Traffic. Power makes yott forget the mechanism of your car. It metis Ihc I'mergtnciei of travel and traffic without noticeable elTort, without faltering. That is the way Studebakcr lias made Sludebakcr cars the inosl powerful on (lie market in ratio (o Y.'iiuhl. I They have made Ilieni powerful by perfecting years Sludcbakcr Engineers hive conccnlralcd Ihcir skill improving, refining and Sludcbakcr motor designs, until Sludebikcr is the roost powerful car en tins market, in ratio to siic or cost, 1 At Ihc same time it is economically powerful. U gives you great power with very reasonably gasoliuc consumption. "Mailt; in Canada" P., SQ-li. SIX........ ,1595 The Studebaker Garage J, T. Grshi. '322 Sixth Streftt, Oppoilte Herald. Prop. KROONLAND MAY. SAIL Ncir York, Feb. Aesoclat-1 cd Press toJay says: "Tbo United Slates liner Kroonland, ono of tbc fleet of American a ea- ger veasela now tide up In thla pbrl, may aall li; a law weeks (or a Euro- pean jiort as a Jl WAS satd here today at the office of tho Inter- national Mercantile Marine company. ing IliR city hospitals and becoming a burden on Iho city ratepayers.: He hoycd legislation would be 'brought Uown'lo lake this into cofiSiderallo'u. was the agricultural schools when Ihc" lion. Durfcah'Marshall inter jeclcil tlie minister, of agrlciil ture or the province 'of Onlarlo, who shoulil be a (air auUiority, said ihc minister, wrote hioi-'that be es- tablished one school exaully un the Alherta ylau and lie-hoped-it-was only Ihe iiegluning of-foiir-or five-In .On- iarlu, Mr. ilillncks saiil bis crilicism ;was agnlust siiemling.any iriofe money now. V Dealing wlllr th'e subjccl of. torh- hu-al1 education the mcmljcr Tor Ctil-! statci Ihat the Dominion I I'ARROW HU: COLLARS arc curve cut to fit the, sKouldiTs Ctuctt. P Ihe H-1S. with nnymoild In tha leart.l association today II J. d.rtin ot In the second hnlC; .the was elected 'president o the melee. Followiilc.arc Ihc .teams' and scorps; Raymond Meldnim Senior Team Walker Woolt Stcvcna Forward I Forward Ccnlro Guard fiuard Dunsworlh- 25 Murray 4 i'- Lund Kane allottctl follow: week or August G; Biir- inglnn, Iowa, _ week ot August- ]3; 3mnlia. Neb., week nf August 20; Ties Moines, lou-ri, week of August, 27; flnmlinc. 'week ot Seplcmber L; of September 7; ['coria, 111., week of Seplcmber 22; .Scdalin, lilo., ivcek or Scrilcmhcr 2i. 19 RcCcrco EJyea. Itobbins; Linesman Mc- Junlor Garni! L'eliibrldKo' Fonrarii 10 Burr......i ..V..''..'. 6 Centre' Invln 6 Guard Homncr............'Hudson 6 Uunrd Slcphcnson .........SUwarl 31 22 Hefcrcis Robblne; Linesman Duns worth. TOO K E COLLARS IS. TOOKE.BROS. LlMtTED ;MONTRKAL It's Up to Carmangay Sun Blood Money For Proof (tSpcclal to the Clarcsholm, Feb.. corrc- spondcnL wishes to apologize, lo the WRESTLER DEFEAT BOXER Williams Otfers to Meet Wlhard. In Tumble Bout Kan Francisco. Vch, wrest- ling more clfftcllvc. Mian Al WHHc.1115, wrcstltnc: inslnrctof in the Olympic club, licllcvcs a boxer 1ms little clinncc with a mai rcrroi er. To prove It lie has offered (o meet nny boxer in the WlUard not rnugli'and. liinVbtc lesl. WilHunig K-'tanlccs llmt the boxer wJJl jir.nrd lp tho mat fnsl lie >vill hnvc no opportunili- fighl. VETERAN TRAVERS IS GOLF N WINNER Texas, Feb. n rheumatic shoulder iliiU seriously his drfving, Jerome. D. ITni- rers of Upper Montclnlr, forniprly open and unmlcur cliamplon, el I ml nalcd Clarence Mnrghnm ot San An- tonio from ehnrapionshlp fight com pctUlon In Iho first round of the mirt winter, golf tournamcht here today defeating his youthful opponent one up In an IS'hplc malcli. V PRIZE FIGHT BILL Lincoln, Neb., Feb. Bates bill, intended to legalize noxirc. lii received. n knockout blow In'Uie'slalc loglslaUiro loday. Aclton on-lhe bill Indcfinitels' pnstixinwJ by Uio committee of tho whole. MINNESOTA GASKET The 1917 Gray Dort is essentially a comfortable because (here is plenty seat and leg room bolh hack and front. loo, because of its 50 inch I cantilever springs which make ;t one Ihc easiest riding cars on the matkct at f price. mice, i960 Is within reach of most Sec this car at our show rooms. S960' 1917 COUPELET 1 f.b.b. Ford, Ont. For I'aUaniV winter driving, the model Couiielct.is "a snug, comfortable car in wcnthci- and it can be quick- ly convcrled into an open car for finp days. .This car is the o'no-you need for all the Tear round service, no matter the weather or roads may ba like. The lie-.v design Is disttncllyo.aad makes a nice tunmut, specially desirable for women; doctors and business men. Seo the model today and get. your order in at FORD GARAGE ALLKN- JACK Distributor Jof Southern Alberta 1262 1st Avenue S, Lellibrlitgc. PHONE t544 UcraM management lp Ihc matter of reporting llic curllne match with Car- mangayi The nrllcle by Mr. Quaylo of Cnrcnansar. Vour'cor- Mliinpnixills. Feb. Unlvcf Tcspondenl artralls Ilirll It rather'slty o( MlnncsDla ilctcnlcd the CM- Imrd on Jlr. Quayle, bill in case Mr. cap) Unlvcrsilr, 13 lo 12, In a ircstoni Qiiajlc '5 atlll ol Ihc.-oplnbn .that he conference baslvClbaH game shouM liave blood money, your cor) night. respondent will pay half'the dimaecij prortdlllg Mr. Qiuyle provM Bulldogs Art' Coming) A' Phone 1666 410 Elh SI. S. TheTailor (J. 1J. DC Guerre) High Ctass Ladiea' and Gents' Tallorlna. EANI EXPERT DRy AND A -SPECIALTY. AND INSURED. AutoOwners! This is of Interest To You. We imrchasefl severnl thousand dollars worth of tires at llie old.-priccR on ing'from to 37x5. We will, uy to March. 1st, give a .discount of t'cnl. _ -'V I MAIL ORDERS WJLL HAVE OUR PROMPT ATTENTION. Also a Full Line of Accessories BAALIM MOTOR CO. BACK OF UNION BANK HARRY HOtMAN, Mgr.