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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, KKRRIUKY 28, 1911 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HKHAKD PAGE WE Old Country Football BROOKLYN AFTER CRAWFOPD ttiaun- I Kej aiiMhe- I... jsUts u! iwll-jll I panics i.-j tic iru'jnds oi tie i r; lint K'lISV ISlnN i uu'. that bis :e a effort to set ,ii sani Df'.riiil TiJicrt. INTERNATIONAL SOCCERi Droke Tire When he Stood to Overtake 75 Miles an Hour I.os Cal., Frt; Har.iey Oldiicld by a trifle mure llun a miiiule in a Rlioii, Haiph De I'alma, participant in scores of hard motor contests, won Lis second Vanilerbilt cup race je.-i- ifnby the Kanta Monica coursr. )lis time 3W.il; cars entered the race and nuh lue hut the IStSi lap to the finish it was a nmtcsl H'lely Irtircon PC Paling aud Old- lie I'alma not have to slori SUMMERS HIT REFEREE When He Gave Decision Bcut In Australia .Mt-ltiource, Australia, Feb. implUs'., licfcaioi! Johnny Ku-mmerc, former wel- cJiatiiiilon of EUR- on a'Tout In seventh, round. Summers fouglil unfair- ly throughout the Uu'-il and struck the referee when the declEloc. was anr-ouuced. NAUGHTON A SICK MAN- VETERAN SPORT WRITER HAS AT- TACK OF HEART FAILURE- DOING NICELY b'au l-'rar.cifco, Feb. tbo dean of spoiling writ- ers on Pacific coast, was stricken with heart disease at i o'clock ihla Lrcauw he did I morning :tnil taXeu to a hospital oiice in all the M j it was first said his chances for UOTCII NOT LOmCAL IX HIS SELECTION It; SIXTH ANNUAL BLUFF HE OVERLOOKS BEST MAT MEN TO DEFEND HiS AND AMERICUS One of lh-j funuten Uiictl about Frank notch's kimal ra'Jre- nienl fiotn girae. d Ms eliulcc of inen to dptVnrj title. handed to the unatible protection of Hurl the formar ring ciiamp had Oe fine Uhvau- Icc hi There ras Imt one n'.ciilonl ilr.ring ,-tl.c race. Kclwhi wliu inaric one of the fastest laps of Ihe miles per was IcadisiE. i nix llih lap, took a 1urn at terrific air! craslird into an iron borri- ratlo 'vliich protected a tlironR of The c.ir was wrfiofced.'hut Pullen and liis mechanician emerged unhurt. rniK AND COUKSK PKItTECT tiny was pertcct ami the course -a :-hinhig pavement nnrier Ihc hril- Kan Feb. The cham- pionGhiji of Ausiralaeia by the all-AnseiScan track fieM ttrani! at Mclhonvnc January 20, aiuflrdlnK to1 mail advices junt received ihr, SiKKles, Tlie silver ebieM awarded jtbe Jlreud company. VvhSSe the la lo employ me- annually- to tho learn, how- over, tveut to the Vittorla slate team, whicti made pecond [ilace. ihu eoveniiiJE tlie a.wnrd spetifieallr tiro that only Australasian leans be Jts recipients. JOHNSON TO FIGHT FRANK MORAN ON 27 IN PAHIS' Pailis. Feb. -7 AVSS chci en last night as the for liie fight for-the hctivcen J ack on and Pra n k -J fora n of I'iltsburg. Tiiis riatc was.set after a meeting between Johnson and ihe cab cjisitle. (leorge Galviu, ujauager of Jolmson, -fiih u-boin Ja'.-k liad a bout chanicB to do Ico IA persona rcct-iiUy. and made a renurk grata, with tlie Ctr.ual j which rtac-'ned the oar? of tlie bis union because H employs its baVx-ra i pugilist's wife and her to loci on the open had Tlcea insulted. Upbert of iho lino rrhen eel from the cab and ilished into asked if he expc-cinl finy trouble on rt-stauriint to seek hur liasbaud. Jack (his scccunt said he future- in this line. The was finals -w-Uli Oriliia. having won tljo follows: KCQTrmi! Parfick Tliistle G, Aberdeen 1. Kitniarnock S, Airdriror.ians 2. Ayr Unittd-TLird J.a-'iark, rostjiou- ed. Kalkirk 1T Cc'tic 0. Clyde 4, Uihrrnians 0. Mother-well 4, Dumbarton St. Mirrcn 0, Dundee :i. Hearts of .Midlothian 1, Hair.ilto.1 Uadcjnirals 0. Morion 1, Raith Jiovrrs Park 0, Hangers C. RUOUY UMON United Services 13, Davunpoti 5, Harlequh.s 35, Oxford t'nhcibity 0. Ouys Hospital H, l.fyKiaiis Utackheath Lunilon Stottish 0. London U'clab II, London Hospital 3. Duihaut 21, 11. Old Merchant 0. liXOX "A" PUT IT CJVEU THE ALL-STARS' MORE THAN TRIPLED THE SCORE GALE McKAIN' SCORED MANY POINTS OU1JIET TO'SAIL The bnstctbal! game, at Iho Y.M.O. A. last- tiifiht resulted in aii e-asy.v.-Ja fur1 Knov The All Slats were totally outclassed in all ieaiure-s of the by the fast ami were held down to Jrt n smastiup lliat rausctl one death In a practice heat last ufrk, wssdfr f'Tarcd out in ItiR sfrosrU Marquis, fioorfe I'ullrn followed in order, ami then Oil Anderson, who.tooV the lead in the Hth anil it to the liToke n drive siafi. ntd lorcfd to q'jit. TUiK- THOUIII.K HKATS ff X DC Piilma was ai this time nr.il Oldfirld, v.ho lail never hren fur- (tirr back than fourth, slipprd iuio third place. -De Palma shot out in front and OMficId started out .to catcli him. By tec ?5lh lap OldfieM was in Ircnl, hut Tiot first in elapsed tfnip, as he started -15 seconds ahead DC P.ilma. He was gradually ov- rroomuitr this time allowance when a and forcer! him to slop to i-hancc a wheel. round by.five goajs." VICTORIAS AND TORONTOS CLASH MARCH 9 Ottawa, Feu. 2S.--Tni3tce3 Foran and Rose, of K'tanley Cup, will leave everything: re- ganling arrangements for the? .Stanley .Cup games in the hands of Uio X. II. A. Tlie triistcca will likely order tttil Victoria' and Toronto jturi. their world's se-rjes on 9 and thst lie Maritime Cham- liEoiia wftit until the cast-west arsument haa been settlcii. Krios "A" All-Stars 1 Forwards 1 :J Mu'rrav '........5..'i 'I'1 Centre Hoherlsorj............ f, Sinipsoi........ (Miards i Roberts ft 0 It's I lie Ford ugo of dcpcnilrtbh1 and euonomical ivfuisportaiion. More tluin four hundred and twenty iiiousniul fords in world-wide service have changed distance from a mailer of miles lo a matter of minutes. J5uv your Ford, to- day. Kix hundred dollars is the (trice of ihe Koril runabout; the touring car is sLv fitly; ilie tcwu car nine: o. b. Ford, OnL, complete with equipment. Hel catalog and particulars froni JJROS. t232 3rd Avenue Lethhrldge HUSKY POLE CLAIMS ORAECO-ROMAN TITLE Boston, Mass., FcV. tlie PolllEli cbampion, claim- ed tho Graeco-Romon wrestling cham- plonEctilp of Ihc world last ter dtfcidng Ales Aberg of Finland, In (KO out of ihrea fells. U was I Sour 2 minutes and 45 sec- onds b3fore tho Polo.couiil down Ab- erg -Kith the fall. Tlio Finnish however, ilhned his "oppo- jnent to Ihe mat for the second i In 30 mlniilcs SO seconds. IN LOTS OK TIME AMERICAN CHAMPION WANTS A LOT OF PRACTICE ON ENGLISH "LINKS oblon. order to obtain additlouat limo for practice on the British courses. Francis Ouimc-t. tte Atncriciiii golf chara-j liion, decided to sail on March 31, Instead of April 11, as originally plar.-1 ned. He will sail nearly three Tveeks after .Tcroaic Trnvers, Ihe Ameri- tnan amateur champion. will leave York on -March 12, Ouiir.et'ar.ci A. Ci. IXKliwooM, his playing mate; will work off their "sea legs" on'the links al Hoylata dnrins {Tit-' second week m April, later yoiny to Sandwich. MUST KNOCK KITCHIE OUT ONLY VMY HE CAN GET BACK HIS TITLE 'AT MILVMUKEE ON 12lh MARCH San Vranciscu, Feb. Hit- cWe, tlie liglitweisht 'clmmiiion, lefl oJay for OaiC4iso. He will ten rounds with Ad, WolgafiL the former champion, in .Milwaukee, on March 12. Wolgast last the tltlf to him on a foul n 1912. no referee's decision Is under ihe st-Uo !ar i can win uack his title only by a knock out Indian 1914 Motorcycle SILENT Improved In 3S points willio.il cStrn cost. Price Up OFFER NO JOKE N.V., Feb. .Tames A. atlraore of the. Federal baseball league, conferred liere to- day 'willi'President Mullen aim Mana- ger Schaflr, of liio Huffalo Kcdera! Inagiic club. President Gilmoro admitt ed that hft had wired AH offer to Christy Matriesson, and that he, !md dono It :n good faith. "By making ho sai'l, (lit! way we nave secured oar Tho Kclfnl league has lo slay. We arc golnit.to plaj'.niajoi'.league ball." D. E, MacDonald AGENT FOR SOUTHERN ALBERTA Rear 412 Sin. Direct South. MECHANICAL EXPERT. Lelhbrldge. __ LICKTENHEtN READY TO SELL ROYALS Montreal, Ke'o. Vrank Smilli V.-1II not bo wltii tho Feder- declared President of the Montreal Baseball club, yester- day, lie added that If there Is 000 In Montreal for investment in us In a rooming rat.ei, tho caplla'.lsfs cm secure tho local franchise for half that nmount. Tho Ttoyala will report at Norwood, X.C., -kelwet-n Mareli 15 and IS HOCKEY Winnipeg League Winnipeg 6, Vies I. Winnipeg Standing W. Moii arch s f> 2 y. Vies......... 4 3 2 5 3: 0, H. A. intermea'ale Uerlln 0, Karnitt Coals P. A. S3 lie ST 3Sj K U Union Toronto Queen's 3. SAY WHEN" AND REMEMBER THAT ROYAL RESERVE matured for eight years in oak barrels before bottling. It is very mellow, and the flavor is mild, but it is a full strength whisky. Age and strength guaranteed by the Government of Canada. ROYAL DISTILLERY HAMILTON, CANADA ;