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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MARCH 10, J9I7 HHE'-UiTJIUmiXlK DAILY UKHALD PAGE THREE BOWLING DEFI Won Last Night's Fracas on Local Floor By Scorf, Mak- ing If on the Crew Has Bolh the Speed and Juniors Pull Out With a Win tiy Score. My piling uji u It-ad" ot 11 points, nayinond baskpl enuad established Itself as the champion baikctb'ill team of tho Ediilh lost, night, elim- inating the Lelhbridge quintet1 iroir. tlic race. The of the gamo was 29 with llayuiond on llio end. The (angle nigh I was the u-fl I of Ilia-home and homo games. 7t'o "iiiue, 'jtlavcd In' IlaymimL en rucsdiy night, resulted In u for ihe soul] crew by ;i scoi'o of VI 1 to, As the score on IMS I round was to count for tlic Raymond won nut by u tolnl.of ,S2 lo y-l. Haynibilil deafly bslabllsliid. their I superiority before a. crcmdud house 1 last night. .Their. win was tii'j lirsl Ion the n1nl tl.cj" showed Uie. Bluff thai F. 1 Haj'iiiohd played. I hero couple of weeks ihn locals won In the lasflen ml nut us (play because (he noulli g quail co'iliMi' Ike li'ii'ilm pcco. Uvil last nigh I they .bail speed, coin The HaronB anil LoLhlirldgn bowlers tiro out a dial- longa (or Ihc-beflL doubles team In Calgary for a ecrlcH of llirco v matches, ono match to bo play- v cd on tlio allcsa ol cnch town. Stark and Moore will rrpresent v JJnronfl, anil SUover.Eiiid Kvans will knock 'cm over lor l.clli- bridge, If Calgary can be in- ducert to como hi on Iho scries, An effort will bo made to ar- range (ho games Immediately EO they may bo played off tlila month. Forwards Haymow! MoEdrnm 2 Xalder, II! t'cnlro 1C Jlayir.mul squad thpJ, (timed (ho IrEck. for locals could not sot iway whim had both speed nnfl tiKliL against tlicm. "tJhlck" I-Mwards, of Tabor, n In out satisfaction us referee. I Following IB tho llnc-uy and J.olhbrldso Dunswortli, 9 .Murray, 12 Lund, 2 Rlcvcns, tj McKlllop, 6 U'oolf, -I Kancj' 0 Total, 40 Total 53 Lellibridge Junlora If the LelhbrldRi; seniors came out i the small 'end of the scoro last Kht, tho Junlore did riot. Thoy roveiiEo whun. they went on tho if thcy.'dldn'i gel -it irt any vftst Quantity, they got It nevertheless when tlicy trimmed Hie Knymoncl juniors by, one point In 23 -22 jjamo.' The Juntom had been hupulc-sslj- defeatcil at Itaymond by an the desire for Kitch en W Mystery FOR SPORT FANS T P P K E GOtLARS 15 CKNTS EACH TOOKRBROS. LIMITED MAKERS MONTREAL IJ JiC ir Tr.raou 1 lyOA! Itnyd nnd Hamilton Lift Trophy Though They Phij-cd It To n Tic ami slaying revenge. The'- local Juniors showed made tell. u' complete reversal of form" list kaute waa close in ihe firs ulgliL Jtedd was the particular Blur Itaymond cmllhg HIQ session: of the visitors, hut he couldn't A Saskatoon paper says they had a rolling bout there the other night letivccn Walter Anderson, "champion icavywclfiht wrestler of mil Hrnle May. Wonder Jack Taylor would have to say about thai. Our former policeman Is credited with the Canadian champ anil so advertised In blf> matches In" Ihc United States. 000 Taylor cleaned up Cutler Itie oilier ntyhi. came atone a couple of night afterwards and cleaned up .Mr. Cutler again, though not so houd- lly as did Taylor. ThaL looks pretty rosy for a match between Taylor and Zbynzko. If such n tangte should materialize, and Taylor win, Su-chei- will have.a hard time to fret out of u match the big Canadian. V I AOl How the Arc Constructed Two or llJico jicavy-aet goiters. In-- ellncd toward stocXIncaS or rolundtty, ere discussing a certain nthcr gollcr day.1? ago.- one of ihem saEJ, "why Khouldn'L ho Ijogood? He haa u btii advantage over us In build. These tall, rnnRV fpllowK have a decided margin ovor the others." This lo worth looking Into. We know that (lie tall, lonn-reachine prize fighter or first hascmnn has an advance. We Know In lenuld that the-height and reach certJiin riuaUllc-s not to be scorned. Dm goli Is inclined to favor any Eorl of Tho roarln' jjamo h Rilll go Ironh'- BoyJ and I la in lit on McN'abb mid Dune a hard riiu for Iho Cu'Hllao last nlRhl. Duff played lioyd with a 11 to in favor 01" Duff. MrNabb and Iliim- llton had n score of U lo S anal McXabL, On tho last end com liomu, McNatO) up a with IL three end. Lalnl aim Huk-liicon from Tabor, have decided to have one more try at, this much playej for trophy and will piny ami Duff tonight. Tic Ico is in good shape for curl and although tlio Cadillac ii played every nlfiht, Ihcrc i? always ono spare sheet nnd if the woatlier !s favorable, two. CLABBY SETS SARTORIAL STYLE with HLO BCorp. uf i'6 to 14. In the Hfecond half, Aiowever, they piled up 24, while the locala could unties Walker of the llayuiond crew WHS I finished out strong. The and Un Individual Etar on the Ilcor. IIU store: work at cfeiitro was a. revelation, lie Junior all over the plrvying corn- Kaymond Jjlniilloli 16 perfection "nnd seldom J ._ Forwards good chance at the bas-j 1C DraM, Viirdon ami Taylor are all big men. Ilut Braid Is osrer six feet, whereas Taylor.Is ubt nearly ao Ull, being fiiotkily Inillt: Vardan Is slight- ly under six feet, weighing arounil 175 pounds. "Ray W over six feet, iveifihinK well over 200 pounds. Then wo might come to leading golfers who have- won 'fame in this country.- Chick Evans is just aver- age bu'ilfl, neither thin nor (at, weigh- ing nroiuitKlDO pounds; Travers is Slender. Jerry Trovers la buill Blomj slendci lines, 'with Kinull wrists nnd small, rtclicate hands. He weighs not over 140 pounds and yet. despite his lack of bulk, his binall wrists and bis sn from the feeals nf learning. There is i hands, eeta tremendous distance with Kradhln, 4 loLi of good nmtcrial In'ihe iliffcrcni I HID driving Iron, the orie club that is Honorable James Commingles With Ausliallans lit Festive Attire. Chicago, March Jlmni) Clabby wearing a. wrist natch and lnt' usL'J tu call the B, wlUi real scorn in his voice There you have a picture o ihovAmcrlcnn niiddtawclght as he Is In Australia, whore lie Is gathering 1n sonic oC the war tlmo hoxitiK proa pcriiy nround Melbourne. Worso still, the ironornble Jnniei dolls himself up In a dinner coat whenever lie dines 0, and doc Iho opera in full soup and fish regalia II this Etarllliig Information came I loiter from Australia. Tho absence ot I-.es 'Darcy and th ar has put sonic kinks In Uie boxini amo In Australia, but tights aro 3tll rawing fair houses, say iho letter early all Iho American fighters no i tho Antipodes are doing well. cumplisli win alone.. The- local junior were, good both on. offcnac Uncle Sain declares war on Gcr- and defense. They liad Itaymond many il'fi to.Iho PiLLslmrB heal 13 (o 9'in liie first half and 1'lratcs, for without Uana Wagner 'there alrt'l no Pirates. o o i An intei'-acljoola linschall league is T.cthurldEe i In the otfltig. according lo the report All tho Hiiyinorid boys parlicl- In the scoring. For I.clhbrldge, .Will. Jldrray did most effective 'acorini; 12 hclnts. All iho hoys played hard j Koinncy, 0 galnsl.-lbelr. heavier .opponents. In' Stcplienson, It was1 Iho wclshOof tho Tctal, 2'J Hurr, 4................. Hudson, ID j schools for a cracker-jack leaeuc, and Centre Kishcr, 2 Guards it shouldn't he overlooked. The small Irwln, 9 fry will want to gel busy next month, 11 EO it, isn't lou'boon lo organize. o o o If Ihc boys league they can rc.Hl assured of a corner in Lhe Rliand, 0 fl Total, 23 Booking 'Eiti Over in the South I. Y. Giants Appear to Have the Ed ge ___ York, March from pc Bbulh o[ bdaebaJl practice hot. ihff -weather music to the >f the baseball fans up here, here It lookeil today as If winter Jirt Jusi started. -.Wllh-iill the clubs their IralnlnK camps, preparing r the has. already started about ally its players arc anioiiR the sport to chronirle-their doing's. Jn the same-.. Detroit will again dangerous, Just as the Tigers were "We hc-llevc- In encouraging healthy 3port competitions nnious 1 tie school hoys of the'city. J "Sausoni Is as- Sansom docs." see aflcr the ivrest: ling at QU Thursday next. o o b Can K be Itiai Is'about lo the sporf centre Neil tiling we hnow they'll be trotting uut a real cop our laurels as best I of the Sunny lo Oswald Kirby and Dob are both o[ (ho type referred to above lioth are built along- Ibe ran jy lines, ivhllc Francis Ouhnel in cas iumctlnni; In the same mould. Uul Jack JNcIJcrmoll'was not a big man nor a lull man, and lionby. Jones Jie boy wonder, heavy-sot aiv chunky, nf exactly '..oppastlo type Thoii Ihcrc Is ot of .the btsi of the p'younger crow JIaxWell weighs less ih'an 120 ppuhtlb being very slight. -YeL lie has trouble at all in distanc from tbc tee, proving 'again tba strength is only a small part of. gol Poor Old Fat Man. So far as wo know, no fat man eve th: country, at least. Put a mnn can b It Is said Chief Meyers has hcc aciicEuff running, anil nope.i lo b bio to stretch a threc-ljaEger into ingle. Why The Top Is Smaller With the normal vidual, the neck elopes graclunlly.jnward Jrom1 the base. To give a collar must, therefore, taper slight- ly towards the top. That is one reason why we make W.G. RJ collars slightly smaller at the top; than at the buttonhole Another reason is that the bottom' of a collar should naturally be lar- ger to go around the base of the neck and around.thejieck band the shirt, A It only comparison on other makes to demonstrate the superiority of R. collars. W.G.! R. collars fit neater and look COLLARS Also Fine Shirts, Summer Undemear and 'AS "Garry" Herrmann has offered tho UBO oC tho hasebal) park In Cincin- nati lo the Government oa a, drilling Around7or for any other use possible [n tho event of the United States en- terlug iho war, v Luther Donne, utility InCldder of; Iho New York Amerlcau League club becomes the property oC tha St. Lou [a Cardinals tti rough the rotusal of that dull'to walva claim J All the. American League cluba bad wulved. last year. Weak In Pitching. her short" indnth the clubs will be Ick hunie.. 1 In the National eaRue there is _.._ lery reasonXo believe that the 6lul> jilch beats tbe Ohnls >vlll uiii the Innant. says iliQ-.TIincs. Just'what tib will be able to accomplish llila la a inyalery. Brooklyn Is not .ed to be ablo "to" repeat last eitraorillnary octurreiicu. by' lli'e'iVaj. Is Ibe only s of the mnjor 'lea'gue clubs which i "nny Ifa' best playerd" ranks. Wheat and KJ. holillng' out.' Giants Look Best. [tYitli (be addition of much (irouia- new utaiiu should even stronger than last year. bo" trouble, however, from Boston' nnd Brooklyn cluba be .'of .their elrong pitching sUffa. ndclphla v.lll bear watching inr .same reason, -but nono of tho Jsterii clubs look formidable liugh to came Iho (ilanta seriate ttculty. A3 a fielding and baUtng Jablnatlpn IL jg doubtful If the KCTV fk club.his an equal, Cin .They Repeat? seems "probable that there will a new'pe'n'nant winner In the this suisoa. The have now occupied plAce In Ibo-gamo so long that only natural to cipect them to! back. The retirement of Mana.- I Dill Carriean'wlll be a great loss Club.-.AYhlle-Jack Ilarrj- may a succeng as a manager, it will i before ho can tnalll Iconflilcnc'o'arid spirit Into'the men '_ did.- Tito game- has ler had a cleverer leader Jhan tho Hrcrt. Uoalon pilot. He had that i faculty of >seltlng tbc beat out fits players at all limes. Carrlgan (1 nayer art in It defeat, a trait h hd'nlsoMniparlcd to hla 'play- Tbero are'several veterans on Boston anJ no tr' how rood they cannot -Ikily CflnlendiPs New. York.' ami DoLroll bo 'ctuba to ha reckoned vrlLh ihe comTafi B cas on. Thn es In part leu Iftr havo cla. If APS lie I flu in at second tcurn will bo strong roatllon: Tlic pitching, stiff i .wlUi Iho beat'In ..the Ic; SoV accni to haro Idaaco Of promising talent, but at Ine MHn3ser.Hov.lan his plAycrs. doln? Inclr :k conceriod action. U has In ?nd oul club.' Individa Vancouver Sun speaks Lhusly of our erstwhile friend, Hilly Weeks: "Hats off lo Billy Weefcs. Ho's writing how lo fight vrilbout flfihtlnp." ono '.c liiiK EtrcnKLTi would niidoubledlv Tllli curlers seem lo bate a strangle" kecii the club in the pennant fight.lUoltl on.ihe winter. They don'i know It would Hceni there aro certain a'lU. If they haven't hail i roar in' game this win- Tlie pitching staff was Detroit's only weakness last year, and Mana- ger Jennings has strcntbcncd i this the iilcpaitmcnL of his learn. With Rood .auces of the various cloba. In nn-1 pitching. Detroit's rnitmfkahle lial- team in the sugar town. j heavy act and "chunky without being fat. -Alex. HmiLh is slockily set up, 000 far removed -from the (all and rangy 'Mike Jay. sporting editor of Aicx. W0ll his share of be many upsets in both leagued this year, ami. after all. thai is Jusl about', lcr- they're a hard hunch of Bcolch- what pleases the'enormous basohall nicn lo Please. game never had puIdle more than anything else. a llcUcr season, aor belter events nor TO-DAY'S Sport Summary Chicago, Mar. Toledo American 'Association manage- ment announced Ihe release Al. Shaw, outfielder. .George Prlng, third baseman, arid Earl Gardner, second baseman. Pring went to the. Evansvllle .'Indiana Central league. Rolh, out- fielder, has with the Cleveland Americana. 'Roger Kornsby, who has been a hold- oul. has sinned: with the St. Louis NAlionals. The first iquad cf the Minne-" apulla American s Association team has left for'spring training at ParEOni, Kas. Twenty-five members of the Philadelphia Na- tionals have arrived at St. Peters- burg, spring train- ing- V Jack Fisher, reputed light- weight champion wrestler, won two straight falls 'over "Young Willoughby, of Kansat City, at Oecatur, III. John Oiln, Worces- ter, wrestler, won In two straight falls from Carl Schultz, or ChTcago, it 3Ioux Cily, of Boston, win tcur billiard Nalhan Hall, the national championship al 18.2 balk line In the'title tournament which closed at Boston last night. John F. Maulbetech, former football sUr of the University of Michigan, has been chosen ath- letic director of Philips univer- sity, Enid, Okla. Matches in the tennis 'lOii'namenl- at Loa Angeles, sehctfuled for were postponed Monday, on" ac- count of unfavorable weather. Play .will be resumed today, if wtalhcr permits. bellcr pntronage. o o o Johnson ami Clarke lost the tinware the olhc-r nffiht they, had scl up what is prolnbly a record of unbroken wins Tor the mug. o o o Tim. trap.shooters arc about duo to polish np-ihclr pet weapons for an- other season. U threatens In be good one with a" lut of new blood the club. o o o The dopestcr of this .Saturday col; limn will be to rccclvo print- able contributions from the. fans'of the city at any time. Don't all conic at once. Is, ncceplpil, Reiueiubcr, we pair! "poelry." I I o o o OUR WEEKLY POETnY. Old Mother .Knickerbocker Went Lti the Irocker To ficL the Poor Dog a Rone. ftut When She Col Tlicre (he Whqal Had All (Jonc lo LJclRimn And so; tho Poor Hog Ha1> Snonpe Cake.- O O 0 AT THE TRAINING CAMPS. The athlete's limbs are weak am lame, A thousand pains Invade his fr.imo. ycl he seems alive and well iVhen nonic'onc rings the dinner bel1 o o o' would be pleased if sporllni editors would rcfralm from poXInj at onr old friend, Cy Pieh. o o o Scribes traveling will tho Cubs.will have special stenogn phera lo stuff-to. It'l rcfid like this: You litlle peach, you litllc bear, Vic Salcr a homer, What do you say If we go on a ''tear, Larry Doyle pulled a boner. 1 Ilko the way'you III your.hair, Cy Williams slashed n binglc. If you go with me I'll take good car .Vaughn made the home plate tlngl open championships. Slunrt Madden, the Allanla proCcssiaiial, who iiroughL Cpnvard Bobby Jones, Perry Arlair an'cl Aleia is also a fine golfer along Uie short, Chunky lines. U might be noted, however, that ere Is no surplus nny oC c so-called .big four oE American Travis, Oul met and 'ans. They aro all inclined toward e lank ,or" lean type, while John raham, the finest shot' innker igland, was excessively lean. Jesse uilford is built aloiiR powerful lines, ut there is iiotiiiiig particularly iky about him. XcO Sawyer ami ax "Marston. while by no means Ike iii bulM, arc a lender. So, summing up both classes, the lampions nml oilior leaillng players ic leanfl or ]ankii undoubtedly have upon the chunks or rounds. Are Not Imporlant. .The one fine thing about Kolf, how k-cr, .js that build ami. uge arc no iiportnnt. M'e have as slr.rs (lull-1 ord, built like a, siege gun; Max- Til, slight and slomlcr, wcighinr 20; Marston. tall ami willowy; Jones s chunky; Travers ami Evans, uel- ip.r small nor large, lint of nicilinm hysical array. U haa been saiil that big wrists ml Lfg hands arc essential. Travers roves the fallacy of Ihi3 arEunient- tnc hnn-ls niirt wrists bf Walter Travis aro.merely average In sire. Kreddje" McLcoil was good cnouqh o .win "at; least two champtonshlps, Fre'ldic welghctl less thnn 125 at Hut despite h's of few men eculd play longer Few can play a longer driving ron or a driving iron longer thin OWNERS HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE SHIPMENT OP. ains. all sizes do you say If In the hrlgh li'Ehls we UKKcd, Tho ball they were a pott'n "I'd UkO to." ahe "till 1 -mi ried." The umpire's-work was rolt'a New Studebaker Car For Sale NEVER BEEN USED SEE-THIS CAR PCJR Apply Our. prices on TIKES .sliould interest you. We have a large stock. Our Special Ford Tires BAALIM MOTOR CO. HARRY HOLMAN, Mgr. BACK OF UNION BANK 3 doors-south of Hudson's Gay' Iji C'uuiicctiou A TRIAL IS ALL WE ASK H. McCALLUM, Proprieloi WRESTLI AT liAYMOND OPKKA HOUSE Thurs., March JACK ELLISON Vs. (JUV Prices SANSOJI The 1917 ford Runabout f.o.b. Ford, .Ont. If you fancy cnv for ovhrjMay new model Ford Huiinbout will lil'your requirements. Smooth running and easy 10 Handle, ihe Runabout Is always ready for winter or summer, over all kTnds of roads, and It gives nlghT'inlUage on low gasoline cost You cughl lo see the new model ai once if you wanl one this season, now have first FORD GARAGE ;