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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 20, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MARCH 20, 191 (J THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE HE INITIAL STANLEY CUP CONTEST TONIGHT Six-man Hockey Will Obtain a Clasii Between Canadiens and Portland T\ioiiIi'oh). Marcli 20.-CoiiHiiloiublo lutoroHt ia lieing luken locally In the Stiiuley cup gamns, which arc lo lake place this weak betwooii Portland and CannillenB, chumplons resppctivoly of tho PaeJflfi Coast and N.H.A. Dates I'of the coiitoatH havo been finally settled upon by tho cup truHteos for tonight. WcdnoBdiiy and Salvivday evenings at tho local arena. Besides deciding: wliGther tlin historic Stanley cup Bhall remain another year at tho coast or come back to Eastern Canada, the games will decide tho cliainplonahip, variously described, according to the inithuslasm oE individuals, as of Canada or the world at profos.sional hockey. Tonight's game, the llrst of the sor-fos, will be featured with tho six-man team, a national hockey association innovation of three years ago. Tho game will bo played under N. H. A. rules and Canadiens should therefore havo tho best of it without over-exertion, especially as. the Portland men will not havo time In properly rest rip and become acclimated. Wednesday night, however, the P. C. 11. A. champions have better prosiiocts for that game will be soven-man under V -ules. Tho linal game will i^igned a 'jrgjo,, to .six-man hockey, Jllon whi : : ? : >> ? > ? > ** GOUUDING BREAKS ANOTHER RECORD Now York, Marcli lit.-The roature of tlio senior, Indoor cliampionshlp meet of the Amu-tour Atlilellc union hero last night was the winning of the two-mile walk l)y George 11. Goulding, of Toronto, who ia|)-pod the Held and cstahlishcd a now world'.'! record. His time was l^' minutes ;i7 seconds. The former record, also o.sfali-Mlshod by douldlng, was I'i minutes 38 3-.") seconds. .;. .> 0 ' ALL OUR WINES AND . LIQUOEs' ARE X' ? .> NEW YORK PHYSICIAN ? TAKES MEASUREMENTS ? OF TITLE CONTENDER ? .; .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. Dr. Feet of New York has made the following survey of Frank Moran, Jess Willard's challenger for the bout ot March 2,'i: Age-28. Height-C feet 1 inch. Weight-206 pounds now; will be 202 on March 25. Girth ot Neck-1!) inches. Girth of chest before inllation- 47*1 inches. Girtli of waist-36 Inches. Girth of upper arm (biceps)- Right, l.-.i,i inclies. Girth of upper arm (biceps)- Left, 15% Inches. Girth of forearm-Right, I'JVi Ins. Girth of forearm-r^eft, 13 inches. Girth of wrist-Right, 7% inches. Girth ot wrist-Left, 7 inches. Girth of thigh-Hight,'251,1 inches. Girth ot thigh-Left, 25 V4 inches. Girtli or caH^KiKlit, 15% inches. Girth of calf-Left, 15 inclies. Girth of ankle-Right, 9',a inches. Girth of ankle-Loft, 9',^ inches. Roach from middle finder tip to middle finger tin-77',4 inches. Pulse in repose-70. Pulse after moderate exercise-120. EIRST CLASS A I' REASONABLl^ PRICES Picking Winner in American League By Bill Carrlgan. l^ast winter 1 predicted that the American League race ot 1915 would ho between Detroit and Boston. I think the same teams will fight it out again to Uio VinlaU this coming soason and 1 o.xpeot wo will bo the onos to cop. At least, 1 hope so. Thq New York and St. Louis teams have been strengthoiied during tho off-season and these clubs aro liable to throw a lot ot trouble Intotho iiched-uio. New York, by securing Baker, got a slugger of note and a man wh'oi.,>vill win u lot ot games almost single-haiuled. St. Louis has a team that is liurd to dope, but Jones is a muimgor who can bo depended on to get out tho host that is in his men. ; I suppose nil tho. managers agree that the coming season will he one ot tho best In tho history ot tho game and I expect that the raco will be a very tight one. They say Jess Willard is carrying a moi'o -prominent front balcony than Jack Johnson did in Havana. It Rod Moran drops his right into it up to tho elbow. Jess is llublo to Utvve Uto Htomaoh-acUe, i Announcement Extraordinary Records COST YOU LESS �^lIE vasth^ iijcreased demand for Columbia Records lias made lE necessary to greatly enlarge our Canadian manufacturing facilities wliereby we have materially reduced the cost of production. We are therefore giving record buyers the benefit of this saving in. the price of Columbia Double-Disc Records. Beginning with March 20th, when the new April records go on sale, the following prices will prevail throughout the Dominion on all Columbia Records, (except symphony series which now sell at $1.00 itp to $3.00, and formerly were priced up to $7.50). lO-inch Columbia Doubie-Disc Recorck (Former Price $1.00) now 85c. 12-inch Columbia Double-Disc Records (Former Price $1.50) now $1.25 Notwithstanding the substautial reduction ill prices, the same artistic standards will be maintained; and the same excellence and quality will cli^racterize Columbia Records that has made them more and more popular year by year all over the Dominion. Once you have played a Columbia Record on your instrument, you will never again be satisfied with a tone any less round and rich and natural. It will be to your advantage-to asTc for Columbia Double-Disc Records, The Columbia dealer nearest to you will be glad to furnish a catalogue, or we v^ill mail you one on request. The Columbia Graphophone Co. TORONTO Buy Your Columbia Records at THE KENNY &ALLIN CO., LIMITED fe^^l*^ DILLON PUT WHITEY ? 'ALLEN IN DREAMLAND ? New York, March 19.-Jack Dillon of Indianapolis knocked out Wiiitoy Allen in tho fourth round ot a ton round match in Brooldyn last night. Dillon weighed 173 pouudB and Alien 1C8. ? ? ? .;. .J..> .. : > :� > ; The Ued Sox are picked to-repeat in the AndBrican league race. Might as well award them the pennant and call tiio race otx. HOPPE'S EARNING CAPACITY Willie Hoppe, hiUiard champion, figures to clean up $75,000 this year. Ho has toured the country on oxhlbl-tions with Yamada, tlie Jap, and soon will 80 with Yamada to Honolulu. Hoppo'-says his success is duo to steadiness, which ho attributes to clean livius and his physical condition. Hoppe has a system of exercise and when getting ready tor a big match runs ou the road like a lighter. Those certain harbingers of spring, the bock-hoer sign, the tly, and tho report that Canada's wheat crop will be tho greatest ever, have not yet made their appearance. Goods Largest Stock in the West. Best Values Obtainable WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES TENNIS AND QOLP BASEBALL AND FOOTBALL FISHING AND CAMPING BICYCLES AND ACCESSORIES ATHLETIC SUPPLIES ; UNIFORMS AND SHOES GUNS AND AMMU.NITION SKATING & WINTER .^PORTS Alex. Martin Sporting Goods Co. LIMITED WHPLESALE AND RETAIL .231 EIGHTH AVE.,.E, CALGAHY EMM PEIIIN ULLY SIGNED AT IS Glenwood, March 18.~Yesterday, the annual day for the relief society, was celebrated here in the form of a grand character ball. Hill Spring delighted a large Glenwood audience here last Tuesday night with their drama, "The Px-airle Rose." The Glenwood dramatic will return the compliment and visit Hill Spring next Tuesday night with thoir drama,' "Down in Dixie," a war play,, which was received with much enthusiasm in Glenwood a few nights ago when It was presented hero for the first time. The petition for tho irrigation district has Anally received the.required number ot signatures and been sent off to tho department, so that tliero Is no doubt as to the proposed irrigation district being formed. The Glenwood school board . havo Just bouglit a supply of manual training equipment for the public school and intend to go further and fit up, one robin for elementary wood, work and domestlo art. They do not Intend to go into it too deeply but propose to give to Glenwood tho beat that oan be expected for a rural school. Extensive plans are also being laid tor a Bucoe^stul school garden this your, .... . ? � 'V TAYLOR STANTON IS DELAYED (N COMING Mr. Taylor Stanton, national ? _ boys' Y. M, C. A, secretary, ?' due to speak at the Lethbridgo ? "Y" tomorrow night, will not be here till next Monday, A telegram telling of an unlook-ed for and unavoidable delay was received by air, Thompson at the Y. M. C. A. from Mr., Stanton. The program billed for tomorrow night in connection with Mr. Stanton's visit will be carried out next Monday night. ? > > ? ? ? ? ?  : ? > ? > ? ? ^� ;� CORBETT PICKS WILLARD ' Jim Corbett can't see anything to It, but Jess Willard in the coming battle.: Corbett declares that there will not, likely be any knocjcout but that Willard will win easily in the ten rounds., Corbett picked Jim Jeitrles lo beat Jack Johnson, Jack Johnsou to beat Jb88 Wllldrd and IiinjBelfvto boat Bob^-zntzsliamons. Nobody- takes Jtm'S;, selection^ too seriously any more. ae was done latit year. Botli .tlie/ 'J teachers in charge are quallfled Ipiv , vl these branches as they have attended' ' the Bummor aesslous for teachers held V^s at Edmonton. Besides, this.'.bowovoiv Mtss Stoddard, haa taken a six- month If,-oouraeln domeBtlo art In 'UttvU: bet