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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 16, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MARCH THE LETIIrtHIDGE DAILY HERALD PACE THRER Tikes Himself Seriously as a Prospective Fullerton Knocks Big Fight Set (or Next Month at Havana (By Hugh 'Jack Joliiiemi Is not now, has not .be6n In the .last two years and .never ivill be .again in condition to light a good heavyweight. He lias not fought "on the .Ifli'el" in 3 long time. Hlg match with. Jim Johnson In Pnrls ,was a, crosS between a joko and a scandal, and his; match with Frank JvlQrac wag aa bad, Johnson went into the ring against Moron in wretched condition, hloaty, rather than fat, and showing tlio el- fects of the evil lite ho has led for yeati." There is no evidence that he hai slowed down Jo the pace he has lieon keeping. Those who saw him in London recently say ho wag still go- ing as rapidly u h.u purse would permit. Then he took a long sea voyage to South and those aboard the ship report that they did not see him training, and that he was living is.high as possible on ship board. fThe sarao report comes from the ves- sel that brought him from South Am- erica. DID. LITTLE WORK He has no. training.forcet DO spar- ring: partners and he had done Terr little wort. It Is reported in Chicago among negroes and others who have been. to the big colfcon-ficid coon that 'Jack Is broke and needs tho money. On that basis, reports liavo gone out that he has agreed-to "flop" to Wil- 3ard. IB justice (or, rather, in reason) I must say I do not believe Johnsoi would lay down to anyone. He is an ignorant, conceited, spoiled negro His vanity beliel. II any- one could persuade him would not lose his standing; ho would uc will- ing enough to lay down.' No moral suruplcs would hold him. I doubt whether money even, wouk tonipL ,hlm to throw away his titlo, FIGHT A JOKE Nothing would he gained by ar- ranging lor Willard to lay down. Nine-tenths or tho fight Eaus believe that Johnson, if he is even half way in condition, can whip Willard. From a sporting standpoint the fight is a joke. Johnson, in. tuo con- dition he was when" ho fought Jcl- fries, could beat four "Wizards in an evening. Some one lias kidded Willard into taking himself seriously. He is a very had, very awkward and strong fighter. He is a ring standpoint. footwork is a. jest, and the only -redeeming feature if. that he is willing and a hard worker. He can hit almost as. hard as Eddie 3IcG0orty can, and had sboufc one- ball the skill in delivering blows. In plain English, if Johnson is in It physical condition >to punch a bag IS minutes, ho can whip Willard, whose only, chance is to. avoid being massacred until the negro gets so weary he cannot hold up his arms 01 move his legs. BIG LEAGUERS AT THE TRAINING CAMPS Shrevepprt, "Look here, said Afcinagcr Tinfcur to himself to-. "you II probably have to plav third Instead of abort this rear.1' Player -Joe had nothing to say to HaoAger Joe and the order sticks. 'Jimmy- .-Smith hai. cut Tinker out of bis shortstop job. Macon, President Gaflney -will present "Miracle Man" with a new infielder in Eddie Fitzpatrick. Word was recently passed that Fitz- patrick had joined thft Braves, hut a bitch in tbe proceedings delayed the agreement. Gulipout, Misa. The firsfc string today 'met 'the -Pelicans In- an exhibition; game today at New 'leans. Joinings expectod to .pqyaa, Dubuc, Buah .Tyrus_ Raymond Cobb waiting him m .ibb Creicent City. Or- find .CharlottcsTille, The Nutionals ond game ot the season. According to Manager Griffith his team is all ready [or serious work and -better. oR than the teams training far .south. young men, seeking jobs as regular Oiauts Jire to- day awakened to tbe fact that they must get out and hustle to accom- plish their ardent dsEires. Yesterday's battle'resulted-Ja an 8 to 0 victory, for the regulars. Savannah, Donovan's fa- mous smile. had more oi the "won't conio oft" look than evej today. The regulars and yannigans got busy iu yesterday's ,8-lnning practice session and walloped 'the ball to all corners- of the Jot. -j took second place .here, today..while Get Your Cards Girls for "Y" Gym Classes Tomorrow Night Tho membership cards of tlic Lad-r The order of affairs on Wednesday lets' gymnasium class at Uio Y. lllc JirsL clnEB at will lie C. A. have Been printed and will uc ready for the members on day night. These cards iudicato !commoner at will lime a titnilat tJie privlJoges tlic owner is entitled program, but instead of tho graded to and also the dale the nuxt fee is exercises there will be payable on. Tomorrow night the'group games- The work ot the second momiiGii ot the class are requested i class will be in tlio form of rccroa- to cntor Association building on I tivc exercises and this is particular- the north side, through the Boys' dc-ily recommended to the older membcrr partmeut. The secretary or the Wo- men's Civic Cluh will bo in attend- ance and will issue to each member icr mcrnbursbip card which she n'ill he required to present at tlm tu- traiice oi the physical department he- foro he-ing admitted to the locker rooms, tto one will be allowo'.L vj j development or in incorrect posture, pass unless she has a membership i special corrective work, hygienic gym- card. Ow'iig to the large number of I nasties and lighter games; for the ladies using the privileges it 1ms be- healthy and vigorous, the more rig- of these classes. A lew minutes belore the scheduled time a buzzer will lid it in the dressing rooms as a warning that tho class will start right time. The exercise must be adapted to lllc individual; for those deficient in come necessary to exclude the visil, ors from the regular practice nights, Imt lady visitors will be allowed to see the activities once.a 'Hie date of this visitors' day will he fix- ed later. orous gymnastics and games for the average person light exercise, correc- tive, hygienic and recreative. This character of the exercises selected de- pends upon 5'our purpose. Exercise foe health. CHECKERS TJie Checker tournament at tlic Y. C. A. is bonked to close March and competitors are urged to play their dcierred matches immediale'- y. The results of the contests last iiighl were Carr 4, Pcrmiugton 4 Hamly 7, _ _ Buchan 1; Rccd 0, Urandow 2; JIc- eiifbrert for'thelsili KBU- arty 8, Wlicatoroft 0; Forrest tucby which will he run at ouiig 3 .Churchill Dowus on May Games for night Jfoore Wriglit; Young vs. Carr John- BIG Bfllf LI FOR I Louisville, Ky., March o! the new Louisville Jockey club an- nounced yesterday that siity-eijht ADDED MONEY With added money, the race iton vs. Bucliall, Ilamly vs. Kccd is the richest, run on tbe American llcCarty vs. Pennmgton Forrest vs. turf this year.. It is for thiec-year- ,lcRac; Fleming vs. Fullerton. Bran, Olds at. a mile and a quarter, low vs. Vihoalcioit. Among, the probable starters are Spectators arc cordially mvitcd .to unLK1tpn Last Coin from the watch these games, which are played stable oi James Butler, with Kilken- Tonday, Wednesday and Friday even-, ny Boy and Pebbles. nSf- "Harry P. Whitney has entered Air. J. Hamly was omitted from the Priace HcnrJ. Spun Glass and He- ournament records published in yes- rct j E has five Cli6ihlea erdnv's-paper. Ho had a total of S5 for Derbv Other entries "wo-thlrds of his raatoh.es. His chanc- s of winning are good, though not tbe est. .es. are Garbage, E. CasSiif; Double James WAS MISERABLE Testifies She WM Restored to Health by Lydia E. PSnkham't Vegetable Compound. Lackawsnna, N. Y. my first child was born 1 felt very and could not itand on my feet My liitef- in-lmw wished me to try Lydii E. I'ink- ham's Vegetable Compound and my nervei became firm, appetite good, itep eUutic, mnd I loit that weak, tired fetllDf. That wu ill ago and I have had three fine healthy children since. Forfemalo trou- bles I always take Lydia E. Pinkham'l Vegetable Compound and it works lika Bcharm. A. F. KREAJIER, 1674 Electric Avenue, Lackawanna, N. Y. The success of Lydia E. Plnkhim'i Vegetable Compound, made from roots and berbi, U unparalleled. It may be used with perfect confidence by women who Buffer from inftam- periodic pains, backache, bearing-down feeling, or nervaus prostration. Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound ia the f tau- dard remedy for female ilia. Women who suffer from those dis- tressing ills peculiar to their lex should be conviowd of, the utility of Lydia E. Pinkhara's'Vegetable Compound to re- their, health by the many genuine and truthful testirnpnlals we are con- f tantJr publishing in the newspapen. If you ipcclal advice write to Ijitt P.. PlBknim ftriieine do, (eonfl. deitlal) Lynn, Mass. Yonr letter will be opened, read and answered by a womaa and held in strict confidence. Repudiates Michener as Leader nrMTTI I T n t i ,i 50WL1NG AT THL Y.M.C.A. w- Jolin w- Johnson The Masquc'mder Ral pari (ami Pullux, John ff. Whalen. Jcf- ferspn Livingston, of Chicago, has -tivo EnglisliTbrcfl cligibles lor the o! Memphis, live I me: FAVORITE FHOM _io and Robert Hockley. There was sonlD cross-firing as to tho status of Hockley and the matter dropped un- til Mr: Smith sat down whca Sir. Hoadley assumed the party leader- ship. Rising a statement, he asked leave to make re- g, t, threatening that IE [used he Would move that the spealt- Emerson" Cdchrari and Jif, Jr., the i cr leave' the chair. No one objected Skeith's team showed i-'Cascadcn's i oi U- L' is Kentucky'GJaud SpCaklnE. lor the party, ME. he St T escort last IIavorito ihfi Dcrby' read a statement by Hon. He list. 1 be scores last night GheUo of the Chap. i j Ri. jSoyle declaring in iavor oi one th 38 34 1? ultcpcc naildicaP Juarez, this year, school system and said that the Con- lorne gg gr, gg -is regarded as'> the most promising servative patty subscribed to that, 43 3-1 24 (illy entered. :A'filly never has won land repudiated Mr. Kremar and his ascaden flew High above' the beach and ocean in Miss Ruth Law's aeroplane. Eigh men went, up yesterday and the oth 117 95 31 25 13 30 the Derby. H- and the University oi Vitjinia repre- era have declared their intention sentatlyes clashed today for the sec- sea.'Bulls' today. XUBAN GOVERNOR FOR FIGHT .Can Bee No Reason for Stopping Johnsan and Wfllartf Cuha, March BusMllo denied today that he had' any nntenttoa of .prohibiting tha Wlllart- Johuson fjght. from taking place in 'Havana, as had been rum'ond. He aald he could'gee no ground-for Inter- with tho proposed contest. An View Ladj (nukchuini alarm Never mind, thank jou. I take one If they've keen made .la Oermany. It 'he sure to play some dirty trick. Cfo off'tn the rdlddle of the nllht. or s3melhlnt o( thai don Opinion. JACK DILLON BOXES GUN- BOAT SMITH; TONIGHT Milwaukee, .WIs., March "Gunbont" Sniltn and Jack Dil- lon, heavyweights, are prepar- ed for, their ten-round no-deci- sion .contest tonight. They box- at catchweights. Smith, -who finished his train- int. here, Indulged In road work and finished preparations in a short bpiit with Tony Caponi. Dillon .wound hie trainins In Chicago. .Bath boiers are said to be In fine' condition. Dillon waa.a, alight favor jte .among the totters, the odds be. Ing 5 to 4.' 29 24 37 76 79 75 NEW YORK HAS MANY COURSES One Hundred Links Available to the Gqlfors According to the latest figures there are juat an eveu hundred' courses that are available for. the duvoLeea of the royal and ancient sport In the New York district: This includes air the Long Island links, and some as far away as Connecticut, But they are all within an hour and a quarter's ride of and.Jt is not. imppssible to play on any of them 'after leaving the office on.Sajurday afbernoon." NEWARK WILL RETAIN FEDERAL .FRANCHISE New March ark will positively remain in the Fed- ernl announced James A'. Gil- after a special meet> iig here.today. .Representatives 'of every club, except St. Louis sent. The Kansas City case' is due to he closed, and a decision rendered oa Monday, hut one of the lerted that it would be tettlecl out of :ourt. It was sold that'the J36.00D unied over to the league for the New- ark franchise would be-given to'the Kansas City men." Most of the for their lomea President Giimore will ie-here until Monday.. J BULL GOT NEEDED EXERCISE 3o Did FarmeKiChased Up a Tret and Held Till Animal Was Shot Akron, 'Ohio: A bull belonging to Charles Prick, a Cuyahoga Falls, was turned loose" in tlie barn- yard recently for exercise. He got it by tearing down two fences, and chasing W. il. Thayer, a neighbor, up a" tree. Mr. Thayer remained in the tree ftu hour.-- hull j i De ahot before -Mr. .Thayer could be rescued. PRANK BAKER NO ATHLETIC Connie Mack, so longer con si den Frnnfc Baker a "member of the Ath- and Is losing no sleep over the matter. He plane, a bie shake-up of the team when the players reach JacH- Bonvllle. The latest tip from the Phil- adelphia baseball Ecrlbes '_ line-UD ot the Mackinen's infield fo the coming seasqn ai follows: Sen an] at firatp Lajoie..at second, a Bhort and at third. McGoorty Worrlaa Naedlewly Eddie McGoorty'sftya he wlH figh unboat _ Smith''- Jp.. case the Jattei _ whips Jaclc Dillon. wauhee their bout it Mil Edward neej not worrv, for Smith .won't beat Dillon. II Jack is In shape' he will hand Gunboal a man's sized wt'lloplng. IF BACK HURTS .......IN SALTS GO OFF Chicago, 111., March 20- ound boxlne; matcli.schedu'led for J03- pli Mandot Orleans and .Har- em Tommy'Miirphy-of Ntfw'.Yprk at New Orleans March called qtf oday because-the .pavilion.they were a fight In'wlll not be completed. Man- ot was then matched witb J.oe A edo ot Oiklarid, Cal., to jo eli iunas at Jlireh URLEV PICKS WILLAHD TO WIN Jack Curley, promoter ot the John.' on- Willard fleht at k, the spurtlnB editors artqllowB-.; "The tile at )aet .one: grand round of pleasun. NptKlni to j, worry about .and 'nothing to. do.tllrto-. morrow. 'nip, 'I've liad ;BOme to Biage the -Johnson-, get for Havana. ._ "REMEMBER will KNOCK OUTJtck Johnson ANSWERS Flush th ai by other provinces., Russ Hold Ossovvetz CONTINUED PROM IPltONT PJLQE. !'In the-Charapapie. district; aever- al- partial attacks. delitered by'French troops broke down in the man lire. The. wisre'. heavy. .To "the-.notth German '..troops took possession A.; pi; several French. begun ORPHEUM VAUDEVjLLE OF Q'UALiTY AND PHOTOPLAYS DE LUXE 'Vta, the whcre tbere -was an especially1 TiplVni engagement lot :he.: '.ppssessioir.ol f Jednprozbk. thousand .Kuasiaiii. VCTC-' taken piisdn- -.'i. c'! South there Us noth- inijto'.iePoiC'.1-.'' IN 8TA6E COFFIN Shelby, Howard, member of a company show- inJE.'here, dead In. bed re- cently. act staged comiiany In every, towu.lt slopned ut win: featured by the escape q( Howard from s fastened boxeil.'.. These- cofffne :wer.e from tiff Mai from tlis the train in'lhe 10 joort time .Wfpre'escaped 'rpii.i I Ben Barnettf That Eccentric Little Htbr.w Comedian', playing- Return Engagement ,r Tlie Boxing Bantams Giving' a Scientific tlon of the Manly Art of Sejf [Minn; Eleanor Moran The Ragtlrtu Girl. Kubellsky The Rutllan Musical THE ROSE QF YESTErlYEAH A wlthr Marlon Leonard In 'A of Strong DtW. BANQ'S BUBtH-ARY ALARM A 8lda Comedy from Pairlok'a (rljMi'CwiMrt. A Bouquirt of Miimnoka f rain paid be nwiy Every tidy. Tomorrow -.Mining thil milni to drill y lnimeht Are'.you golDf to; lait'lt Louisville (Jourler-Jour-, J. P. 4 f ;