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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MAHOII 12, K UvTiiiimn'ciiv IUH.Y IHCHAUJ HERALD SECTION Saved tHeN.L Once IN'NIUNCUPIUMINIIIION Winnipeg.' Mar. eyes arc focussed nn WhiEtlpOK tho iicuie or (Ib: Allasi cap etr- ICB wljlch vi'JIl hrlng Ihu oaBt-l crn and westisrii ctutlteiigeis, (Itc Ocn- lalg of Toronto, O.llA, cliauiplons, uad Ilio I'dgrlinij of cliiimplojit ot The stubon's hoc- key (Htnjialgri Juts flh'clf down to Lhlb tlic winnorB of wlik'tt .will 'iday tho Winnipeg oresenl liolciorii of thu Iropliy, for llio hockey VliumplotKhlp of Uouilnloii of Caimdu. 'J'lic for seuts budu rery tirlsk and U looks a-j tuc ne coniittoduttoii of tlic big1 Thpodor Ito pulaCQ will .he io tlio limit. .teresl fit tho IB very keen, due to Llio (act that udVRnco IUC53 ijollces have given (he Jjjfojnia Lion IhaL tho I'ilgrhna arc one of the fastest loamB thwt Jins ovor rcpreii ccl Ka5kulchQwun In fjucst of tho hlxh- amaleur hocJicy honors. The Den tals IIRYO also-beeu'lieriilded aa an fig- ercgiitlou' well ivurlhy of ronvcseuttnB Allan Cup History ho. O.FI.A. In Oils Important scries 1'red H.r.vlf will rcfeioc am] Itilly S'nLle lie oi The :iri; llic slight ravorUoK. Wcnl Soulh lie Can J'ul II Over Jack Ellison This mo; Hou( Hufwecn f.ocal Phcnoni iiml Jtcgina Hoy To Ue In Medicine Hal 1 NOTES ON FRIDAY'S I BASKETBALL GAME! I ____ Now Gets' a Pension After allowing Jolni H. Uaj to c-kc Out c.ilulence for years Ijy tfr.d- Ing at the I'o'u p rounds and tlio ".John It. Day" clKiir lo jis In Cudiam Ihc lea- al ltd Jticciliig In Xow Vork Hitally clctld.vl lo take turc of Ihu tiiin who Bavnd the Iron) aimlAMatloci In iJit; d.irk il.'iys nj' tlio Urolherlmcd league. e Jengno roled 10 givp Die ifjr- mor jircflltjcnt oJ Hie Uianih a iif-n- for (tic of iifn, thus ycais as the L-hieh la, emljlciii- anialeiir hockey ...The Alliin atlu .oi the world's wile adopted as tnch, in' Iho year IDUS, nnd uliire ihun, lln; tropliy las Ikiid u very var- ied career, 0.1111 vlalicd both cast mul west. When thu Stanley wus taken over by profusstoimls Sir Montague Allan donated a cuji Us. plate and ilils was al once re- ceived1 CIK the jirenilcr one In s-iuiotn pure hockey I team were ilit-J Ilrsi liuldurs, hnviirj won out hi the: sonlar O. II. in llic season 190S-3. -Tlio following year Si. were the forlunaie whine raj ami iiiuiiixVil thu trophy, but In ill 10 11 Vlicu ilie Winnipeg Victorias ibal tho SalntB refused" lo defend and Ihu trustee? gave Ihc .cup to thu Vies In dufaulL The Vka then successfully repulsed ihc efforts of Kenora lo yromlcr honors. Winnipeg Had H Once. The "Vies successfully defended ihe f'H-12. Kalons of Toronto i Guy Sanf-vtrrij mlddieVveirjhl wrestler, who meets Jack EHIton In Raymond on Thursday even- ing next, wai In (he city day, and weni south to the Sugar Town lo complete training there for Iht benefit'of the fans of the town. SanBom looks to te In good condition for the coming fray, and thinks he can turn the trick on Ellison, al this meeting. While in Saskatchewan hf met Andy Seals, a brother, of Fred Scale, the well known Slaves 311 d won his match. He is going back to Prussia and Vanguard after the Raymond bout, as he has matches lined up at both theee noints- i BOSS AFTER PITCHERS. rcmnlnlun smooth au DiL-y can. II was liatk in Jfcf'O Dial itin brolli revolted am) loruiej 1'lay- then ed ft .rililmdgi; iii'oijlp vt-n- nuj-c lliun svJ at llu: s-iyk' of jtiil "nut Ijy tlju ljujj ihis U'liasi uiLcloLilitcilEy IJLC'I ilie most sful ever hnd al Enid ihc last ir.o lioiu lUymoitil anil i.iibi cnnvti- IDJ; ;i[ fairs for Ihis year. Thy i.eihlirirlHu hoys have no inltsR- lions making any rjvur Ijul woro (ir.it to off IT con- gratulations IG Ihc Hnyjuoud sure has ;UI round lnainr ihuy lall a sruiit By-H-il., and IIHVH been twrhnl to tin- Dinuui on combination The sl.vk- of ijlay. oT UHJ va.s it inarkcit if) tliat -AliUh tliij ilayuiond aio on I ho wlujtu iiLiicli LLIK] liphl- rr, hut (julckci- on ilmir feel and I Icafjue. John H. Day of (lie f! la tits and own controlling Interest In llic clnh. spile of the fact that ihu most pi Incut players of the wcic stilling "tlic National league LhiiiKK looked mighty dark for HLQ old league Day ix-fiiccd ly give up. Me fit nek: by the luague through ci1- I'l'yUiliij; and by to doing lie tost lita CorLune. When Iho reorganization took (onilillnn. Al stiuivod luirji C lliov place ami the uul Day WJIB iiroko. uere toutilcd He didn't have Jennings is on Lookout .for Pj-oinls- ing Young HurlcrG. Planning for Ihc 1917 hascliEill sun Hugh Jennings Is spending about Si) per cciil. of Ills effarls toward coslructing a dependable pitching staff. Ihisli hiilliivcs Ihcit if he. can gather together a sluli covps tfhleh Wahuo Sam Crawford was to slip. Anil the migliLy. Ty- Eddie Frnnke, local ftalhcr- weight, who established him self In the hearts of Lethbrldge fans by clever work In his match with Heck St, John of Spokane, whom he stowed away In Ihe eighth session, la due 16 perform in Medicine Hat on Monday eVcn- Ing, March 19. Edrte, who claims the featherweight chaaip- lOnship of '.Canada, will defend the title against Kayo Challff of Regina In the EmpreEB Theatre al the Hal. The local boy is'i-i goad condilion (or the match according Lo all reports, will give a good account of himself before .the Hal fans, any moncv and had no [flace In Ihc new league. The innr. he hail helped weather Ihe atom that nearly wrecked Ihe old IUUKUIJ forgot him. lie was Ehovt'l out in the cold. Not unly was he cast astde an a club president, but lie virtually rjs- tracizcd. Previous to Hi En lime ho hail a tobacco dealer In Maiden Lane, and bad used that business Lo build.lip. Ms! fortune. When the crash camo this "'business went, with Ihe other, fn fate years he has ueeti TO-DAY'S Sport Summary e, but WLTC- i -jk'july uinl not ftnI for in, HI thulr lions, lliii'iiioiul tctided 10 work the lall to Hip and lakn over-1 and j head sliots at tlnr baskets, while Lrth-1 nhvays worked hall umlor thv liLiskec. for a sun? slioi. The 1'ridav any- Jjotly's Kunic till ihu laa five rnri- tes, when the Ituyjnoiul boyn their whkli tnallers. This was accomplished in tlonblt? fiitlck order, llirce iiolil Lay kcts bcEni- niaclo in almost no time. U was ii surprise to Iho local boys, tor Lhe gnanls did lhr- ibc nin- nlng guaril irick heing sanieiHIriK thfry seldom attempted before. Stevens jml In two long haskols and and Ihoy wcru certainly fhm ehots. Tho junior hoys from Lellibrldge sure p'JlJcd a big burprlsc, parllcular ly on the Raymond folk. Alter loslne three consecutive rrcccdins games [they camo back wiLli a. rush and tic- ale al the Polo Ihe Raymond boys by ihc clorc icccpthig a dally pay for hid ur It was a nip and luck vlcts. To help out he walked from! wm, holding oul the saloon fo saloon aelliUK tli which lie-inade and which bore his 1-Bsl sciniin'cr lie surfcrej u slight atuck c( paralvBiB, nnd just Ijcforc ttic Xatfomil le.iguc tncctmK i' struck ygaiTi, nnd his case up as liopcltpe. Tlreti only rcrc Ihc nflsl vie- llnis, who vcrc OTcrwhclmhiglj- fentcJ hy tlic scoro of IS lo 3. Chicago, Mar. Mays, pitcher, who has been a hold-out, has.signed a contract with the Boston Frank Coririol-; ly, umpire UsVyeap In the Ahicn- can Association., has sinned a con- tract for tHu coming1 season. One .vacancy still exlsla on the Asso- ciation's staff. f The Central leaijue baseball sea- son will start'May 3 this year, and will laal foxi'r months, "which is two weeks less "than last year, it was announced at th3 schedule meeting al Muakenon, Michigan. The schedule be Issued next Sunday. Richmond, Ind., of the Central league, Is to have a new ball park, in tht centre of the city. U was announced that Chas. .Weeghman, wb.o was born in Richmond, haG sent a blank cheque to complet'ion of the nrounrfsj Leaders in Hie American bowl- ing congress tournament, at Grand Rapids, Mich., are: Five-man Hotel, Toledo. 932. West, Buffalo, 1299. Ilrian Bradshaw. Cleveland.. 690. All 1S45. ay nlghl. The.- KiaU are ton- o for. Ihe litic and liavo hi pressing tbc- CciiUalH' all seasuu for the lead. end of (lie Bcbre UII willrin nilnutoa to 150 when Hciyniond weri. I'l lo After a minutes' pla> Percy irwln, ulily assisted by Harold who made a pretty long pass lo tho former, scored (he winning bas ket. Thesu two played an ejtiruinclj fast game of basketball, both shonllng and assistjng each otlier combination. For Haymoiid Ilcdi made IG points out of 1'2, scoring I field Koals and eight foul tfor.ls.- The junior Ic-nni of have Ihe first time this year been able in practice and lo the results. Too bad llicy could have got loyctlier at tlie of season, they'may have cbain pious. Tho local Fnnior leam is I' Jlai tliis yfltrnoon lo Ihelr .game ngalnst Hie Elk leam there. U would bo n grain) sur- prise if they lurncd. oul a enough loam and coi> off ibc Southern Albor- Tlic Rliidcbakcr Scries car is au evolution and fifrfcclcd piece oi ititchanism, Tiiat is you can VOKGKT many little tliliiKi iilwut Stv.dclvlLCL- thai you lo RKMK.M15LR anrl care for un oilier curs not EO liiglily developed. For Inst-jncc: tlic cooling system of Studcliakcr car will work HI uny cliniaw, ;it any tCLnpcraturc, pro- yiding you keep waltr iji tht ndis.tor. TJie tystcm of a Smtlcljakir car ivill vork iinfrilinuly in absolutely all conditions, if yon will lo put oil in ihc crank oaasiojjaHy. The electric lights, ami ilk- electric starter will never fail yon i( a Ijllle dfslillcJ wsitcr is put in tlic batlciy from lime lo linn.', Yoi: not have lo paint your body to fccop il looking nice, iiludcbaktr's is the sum of years of experience. Yen won't have [p renew the leather oit your, cushions, because experience has t.iuyht Studc-baker hoiv io select and buy lla- Jjjylitit nuulity of bather. You ivon't need lo worry about mikins w yrsile wlili a Sludtbalicr car, Iceause Ihc Sludcbaker motor lias been perfected itilo the most powerful motor in >vorld in lo gasoline consumption. You won't have to continually worry afoul lubrica- tion, about oil and greasing pails of your car, because every part is equipped with, aniplc capacity grease cups. Tlicsc arc the things that make it a delifihl to and run a Sludelxikcr car, anil you lo say, never have any Irouble with it." JO-II. P.. f'OlJR uD-11. P., SIX (ISSi 1 P. O, li. Wolkcrvlllo The Studebaker Garage i 322 Sixth.Sfreil, Opposftt Herald. J. T. Graham, Prop. LethhrTdge, Alberta ta champ k from Kaynio'nd. 01 IN ALBERTA Unstori, Miircii .ia.T-Sylvainis A. Grci'S." a pilrhef' bad not been hc.ird front" since a. contract calling for' n reduction "in" salary was him several weeks PRO, Ihc llos- American League club today from Alillct. Alberla. lhal he had signed at Ihe club's-lerms. Gregg was ciblalncd Irom the Cleveland club In 1915, but ok pnri In comparatively few games cause of trouble .with his arm. lit hag tried oul youngsters Now and then came one for time promised wall, but sboncr or later Tailed. Htrgh wjlt take soull? with hlfi clnh In boxincn. Six arc holdovers from last season, while the other nine are youngsters. If fron: tho 15 lie can return four reliabJul pcrformcrs he will figure lhal chances of gelling Jiome'ahearl of the been nupmnled manager ol the N'or- tcld nexi October uro usller than folk club of Ihc Virginia Last Arthur Devlin, one lime third "hasc- of tho New York' has Lift Cadillac Cup from and Another Chnllcnge.Game Tonight ror several seasons. season he pluycrt for Hocheslcr. 10 RESITS MM Veterans Vanishing'nnd (Jsipa Will lie Filled Wagner May Not Be 1'rcsent lo Hold Down First Base. .Two' rluka came up from Tatter on Satxirrtay alter Iho Cadillac cup, skli> 1'Ctl br K. lAlrA nml H. rimlson. Tahnr htis in their at- tempts lo-carry tfco IropTiy back to Tflber wilh them, and althoiieli successful flfiiln, (hey t'nreatcii lo romft Imck Ihls season if ths Ice liolrls. Ixiir.l was drawn lo play Dune Fjurr nail Mu'Kton nlih Mc.Vabli, Ihnlson MtN'abh a pood gnuic till about, the, ItnJh end when Ilio store'was Duno. McXahli had Pitlslmrg, March JltiUiif' Cot- han, former manager of Ihc Whllu Sox, is Into Ihe National league race llils .ronr Tor Iho supremo lesl or liTs career aa u niannger of nialor league baseball clubs. Al tlic helm of the riralfj.i, with n bran uuw baseball clnh or his; own iclcction, he niusL live or illc by his own efforts (is a structural lUlol. There fs scarccls" n member of Iho ctuh as II WAS when Fred Clarke mailG gooJ hla (hroaV to become w Tar mor. Farmer is'a Star. ft isn't even certain Iliac Wagner will present lo hold down fireL base. If that Is case then Callahan will havn lo flfinrc all over a giinnlian al thai for Whcclcr Johnston hna dcpa rletl for the mlnflrg. At Ecrond base he seems to have dug up n real In joung Farmer. Shortstop promises lo give Calln- han seine u-orry, for he has dispens- no merry on J-afnl and up a score against him. KirKh.tm nnd AlrtI arc rnU lo bent Duff, and JlcNlahb tonTpliI, aij cvi rlsnlb" I here r.-ill be rc-st for Iho _.. CartIllnc- holdcrj from now on. so longjlialrd and Ihi.i youth mny be ihox? Id Ice- if> on, I ed Into a shortstop, ed with yonny Jimmy Smith ami .doubtless will rial a Kempt lo play In UiiH posilUni. He still has an excellent in rw lu cinched a job al.third base. llalrd, one or 1 Mashiesl youngsters has visile the league- Tor many a da. originally cavorted at ihla corner hut ho was superseded when U'arnc began lo rtiow he could do. Bigbee in the Outfield. The outfield douhilcss will he com posed of Hinehrcan. Carey svnrt lllf bee, of whom tbo Intler-hns show promise of living to Iho wondcrti ilvauco notice sent oul for him, H i a hlltcr of class, n. smart bas runner, nnd is a fast, sure (leMei He will make a grcal running mat ,for Carey. Callahan's' pltchlnir sonifl thins Callaliiin has alnnys Keen abl to have aronnrt, shows lots of clas Mamnu.x rcaily lo uphold Ih heaviest hurden. Plenty of youn sicrs will he.givcn Ihoro'ugh Irials the Hoi Springs irainlng sroun class, AS h? i Cooiicr lo'hc Jacobs has shovcn And ihcrc probably will be (ir slrinj; catcher. Callahnn'a clianccs look much tel- ler Mian a year Scottish Lcagua Morion 1; Hangers- 0. Celtic ti; lliunillon 1: Parlkk 0; 3. Queens 2; Clyde 2_ Ratlh novcrs 0; Thlnl'LuiiarTc 1. HI. Mirrcn 2; Dijmlcc 0. Hearts Airdriconians 4. Kilniaruock 3; Mollienvoll i. Talkfrh 1; Ayr 2. ATibrdeen Dumbarton 4. THORPH TO LOUISVILLE Ky., Mar. 12. .Irtnics 'lioriic. Imliiin athlete, has been ol- ilncd by thn Ixmlsvlllo American flan club In a (teal whereby licr Middlcton was sold to Ihe Vork Xalionals, ncconltn? to a clegram from 'Athens, Ga., where e team Is training. Thorpu Inycd with Milwaukee last seaEOU. Keeps the World Refreshed and Healthy The Delightful Tonic Aperient R. A. PARKER ol tlic Grand Lodpc of Alberta l.O.O.I-1, Of WliHilfred, electeU Granil Maelcr aL LKe rccenl convention In CelEary. AUTQ OWNERS ILVVK J UST EKOE1VED A LARGE OF. Chains, all sizes i _ Oiir pritcs oil TIRES should nUei'c'st you. large stock. Our Special Ford Tires BAALIM MOTOR CO. HARRY HOLMAN, Mgp, PUTTING A FOOT IN IT. Nijinaky. the famo'iis Husalnn danc- r, is, of course, a good inuslcinn. At a reception tbe other rlay-M. XL- Ijisky listened without wincing lo n ilnnofortc performance, more visor than on the iiarL of tho laughter of the house. "M. Xijinsky, bow do'you like my itlle gtrl'fl the hostess iskcil her BuesL of bonor. 'Ah M: Xljlnskv replied his (iiiflinl English.' "I thinlt your laughter hnfi a valry Itrni London Opinion. New Studebaker Car For Sale NEVER BEEN USED SEE THI3 CAR FOR A Apply Box 19, Herald. WRESTLING BACK OF UNION BANK AT RAYMOND OI'KKA HOUSK March 1 5th JACK lilLLiSOX vs. (JUY KANSOM lv -MIDDLEWEIGHTS Prices and The 1917 Ford Coupelet f.o.b. Ford, Out. For fall and winter driving, tlic new model Coupelet is-a sung, comfortable car in cold wr.'nllicr and it din bo quick ly converted into nn open car for fine This car Is llic one nceil for all ilie vear rmir..l service, no inalter the wcaUior cr roads may he like. Tho design Is illslinitivc nml makes a nice, (urn-rat, spcrlaliy desimlilo (or wonien, tioctors and business men. See the new model today and eet your order In al ;