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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Tlli;HSl>AV,Ftmbard-ment ot the first 10 iiiinute.s was over the superirfi-rty or their speedier opponents' was 'niucli^iii evidence, the l^etlibridge boys secur a load wliicli they maintained iliroughoiu the game. iVover III tho liistory ot. the gamo In Southern Alberta, had a team made liio proparatious tho Sugar Town hoys did (or'thls occasion, and a followliiK of. some 1.00'loyal RUpportWs, a� well ay) itheir/b.atjd^afQompanlcd'.^h^lrJBtal-Svarl'AihletOB.'S\i)o on occasion after iiocaalon had brouglit Lethbridge " f.o doCeiil in a [innl test, during the lagti-few years. Betting 2 nice busltets *and running guard i)lay,s. l'"'or the conquered the forward.^ did som^ nice work but did not seem able to locate the hoop. I?oth Buhler and Skoiison �bur.'Jt forth on their first shootlniJs expedition each securing a field basket. Nalder mado a pretty shot from mid field in tiio second half. ^ The line up and scores were 03 toilows: Lathbridge Raymond Forward M. Duiiswortli.'. ! Burr........i; ' t''or-\vard Li. Dunsworth. .15 Meldrum ......14 Centre P. Irwin....... li Nalder........ 4 Guanl O.-Mclvilkip____ I Buhler ......U   Guard �' a. Kauo.'......4 Skousiinv....... 2 4, > .J. > � �  ? : : : � >  Costs National and AmericHn Over Half Million to Eliminate Federals ' New York, Pch. 3K. --- liliminatlon oC the federal Baseball league will cost the National league and .American league-.5n,"iO.OOO, it was l()tu'ned ciffi-dally tonight. The first imyment wap made today, w^h&n .lohii C. Toole, attorney for the National league, presented a cheque for $5-5.000 to .Tarae.'! Wndman, attorney for the Federals. President B. B. .lohnson of the Am-i orican league will send a similar clifeque to the Federal league attorney in the near future a.s the Jimoricaii lea.gue'.=i share of the Federal league pace Indemnity �.nd will duplicate the annual payments to' ho made by the Nationals' under terms of agreement made two years ago. Of the a;monnt $25,000 goes t) tho Pittsburg Trust company, receivers of the former Pittsburg Federal league club, which se^^les in full the .'�"atlonal league's obligation to that club; $20.-OOfi goes lo the Kobert B. Warti estate for two yeav.s' rental of the Brooklyn Federal league Iwll uarlc, and^ $10,000 to Harry Sinclair for two yearj' rental of the Newark Federal league grounds. 78TH WON first" Lethbridge fiiiis will he pleas-: ed to know tlui tlio 7Slh Depot ? Battery hockey loam disposed > of Edmoiilon in the first game : of the home ;md homo series ? ' for the Alljpiiir cliamplonship" > by 500. Tho Kitiiie wa.s "played ? in yalg'ary and the final be ? played in Bdnionton. Wlieroare > no LetUbrldgp Imys on the .t considers it a > local unit. PROOyCIION IS (Oo.NTrNUEf) FROM FlIO.VT PaGEI p > 1> ? * � * > must depend upon her own resources. Question Production Coming to the suh.jecl of production Premier Stewart said that until the submarine moii�ce was destroyed the shores ot America and Canada wore the most convenient sources of supply ? > i ""^ allies. lie had nothing bnl con-I R-r.Ttili.n.t long ifor the members of the 1 legislature for their ondeavoitrs along 1 this line. Tliey had gone about the ! work in a fairly scientific way'jud tho province had obtained good results. It This was llje rubber, each teanuhav-ing won ft game on their homo 'floors, and it WHS agreed that the best way to decide the controv�r.sy wouiU be to play on a neutral floor. Tlie'Card-slon gymuaalum Is a credit to a town of its size and. is undoubtedly o^ie ot the finest '.'loors in the western provinces. �, The local warrlor.s. started off like house afire in the first half''and �in short order rang up" 3 fieW baskets for li points before the Riij'tuond. hiiak-te% made a counter, a foul basket. Tho *� score then advanced to IM, the last five minutes of play being a/great tleal evener, t,he slanniug at the end of the halt was 15-.8. Tho second bait started with both teams oon'Cident. The' Raymond boys seemed to be hitting their stride again. The rooters were mainly on the south lown side and were becoming wild with excitement,. The "V'boj's iigalii Btairted' to bombard' the hoop 'bowDvor, and kept the handy load they hau ob-"tafned in the Initial stage ot the ganio. After about 12 minutes of play �id .the .Ipc^ls. with young players hav� ifoiiKht tt^alrist their more exporionced oppbiients \vlth incrcaa' iilg. succtisg �atJx year with Lethbridge at last gloriously coming to the top of th'e heap. ' :" � Do Voo Woolfe of Rayntond ^nd Spence . Ciiihoon of tjardston bandied th'e Nvliistlea to ;the satisfaction of all., '?^ ^ ,  . ; Red SJcKJ Hop seemed to h^VB-^Mel-drum's gtiat safely cornered during the entire game. � On'polnts Lethbridge first t^ni'had Jla^jinioud beat Ijy ten:points .alb told with the best twopi^t of three games. -The "Y" aecand team In their series ot three games had the best two out.| ot throe as' wall. Ho'wovor, counting l.jio exlilbitlon game at Caid.^ton vthey have still u lead of ,12 puhvtii. - Better have ttioge byakes of yours relined before you ye an acci ident. Biiou Mot6r Parlors Limited THE HOUSE'oF.-sEpyiCB ; ' iUTh . ,. ' � ' � ��'''liETrt#!Jii'||>(BE;;'^tiTA.'~ FIFTH. dTR|^feT OUT Ayer, Jlas.'s., Feb. 2S.-Can you cihln yourself 10 times, jump eight feet from a standing position, clea^r a. bsr at, a height of four foot two inches,-thrown a 12-pound shot ii.l feet, c Hmb a 20Joot rope in 15 seconds, dash 50 , yards in seven seconds or a mile In six minutes, and lift a GO-pound weight over your head with one hand, or sit up from a supine position with a 20-pound weight suspended trpm the back of your hclfd? If you' can do these stunts while dressed In a>egulatiou army uniform or like apparel, you needn't "spenfl sleepless nights worrying about yqilr physJcnl conditilon, according'to Capt. Roiird F. Nolligin, director of athletics and representative^ot 'the war department ccimmlssUm t5n trainl^ig camp activities at Camp Devens, where the 76tlr division is stationed.  Captain NelUgan prepared this pro-granifor the .soldiers at Camp Devons as a means oit tleternilnlng'tlie relative athle4i,c calibre of the companies in^ the division. Bach mm was rdqudred to pass In.eight of the tests to obtain a positive mark tor his unit, . / "Besides showing tho excellent phys-Icul condition of the soldiers,.the test demonstrated tlte valne of a soujnd .athletic training in etiutpplug a man 'for military aei-vice," Captain Nelllgan stated, "When some of these men came to caimp they could scarcely raise a 60-pound weight from the ground, let alone lifting It above the head with one band, and they would be gasplhg for breath after running a Moa^. Btit fresh air, clean living, nutritious* tood, hard work, exercise aiid last,''but.hot least, al'hlet^icsi bave brought about a marvelous chang^, iand now tlie majority ot these 'men are al.n)6st perleci specimens of Americaii manhood," PRICE RAISE NtyT JUSTIFIED When President Wilson voiced Ihe hope that'g|>ortB be continued during the period of war he had the welfare of the nation 'at heart, says itho Pittsburg Dispatch. The president whs quick to realize that wholesome competltton ott th'er outdoor ibrand was sure to furnish clean amusoment l,tlvat wouW divert tho'mind from war worries, and at the same time keep the rank laml file of citizenshilp in a high state of physical condition. But Mr. Wilson's hflfh regard for sport.,! it 1b absolutely sKte ,to �ay, h'dd no rolatiqnshlp with the iindemooratlu actions ot the, major league >B.Beball niiagnates who have decided to Kdvaiioe admission prives lit the various ipavks on the big clrnuits. The weak exouBei tor this U^cis'ion is found In the S per cent >vur tax which nuiBt be collected from all aniUBeiinontH., The magnates Itave dlswovei;ed that multiples, of fives will ollmtnate the laborious laslc connected with huidllng pennies, but tliey dUregard the l^wlBhes ot the t'lkna in niatclng thirre-vIbIwi hpward Instead otn up and hollered back: "Where the dickenp-shall warm up?" The answer came back from Pete: "Warm up 1 tell, you; warm up anywhere, but warm up." Tust where Murplea >vould warm up with tho game going erly absorbed Into the populo/. tion of tho country. Natural resources was f,he last lin/ portant question dealt T,vhUi by th ; posed of tho members ot the whola >: house has been trailed by the Hon, ' Duncan M^shall for 10.30 on Frida.v morning to consider the question o('.' ways and means toj^ards greater'pt'o^ * * *  �> * . , ' - * FAMOUS PACING � MARE BRINGS^SIOO * .  ^~- '� Now Vork, Feb. 27 -'Thomas i Peter the Great,: at; the luiuual i mare I hi the '(Sourttry, brought iioioo. ' *' . ' ?  ..... .     � >    * j We Have a Nuttiber ot ains in Come in and'choose yours before they are all sold, ' BAALIM MOTOR CO;^ HOME OF THE CHEVROLET '> SACK OF UNION OANK HARRY HOLMANi Msrr Price advance on these goes into-effect on 1st March. Orders will be booked up to eiid^of;thi|m(^iith^atoId price for spring delivery. . , ' . LETHBRIDGE LIMITED 73 15 ;