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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUHSDAY, MAHCH 20, THK DAIIA- IIRIIALD PAGE IXUI, HKICX FREUD 01-' MKXACK 01' TIUUC- IHHAUMY, "Won From Sunsnni Because of Superior und Strength Winnipeg, -Mar. Allan cnn, embk-inatlc ot the amntcur hockey cliainplnnslilp or Ihc universe, will travel" lo Toronto a tain after a BO- Joiirn In tlic went [or stx yenis, (ho Dentals lakCng hack lliu trophy by virtue of scoring 13 goals Lo flic Victorias In Lho tvro which wound up tonight, The Victorias that hockey HI 111 Is It) n clnss by vJicn they outplayed and onlficored ilie easterners C to 3 In Die regulation lima jgf lonlKM's contest, thereby lying llic M cvrnnxm MAT STRONG IN RAYMOND AGAIN Vow for Ihe overtime. but In 10 niln- ules' overt (mo play Toronto tjL'lUTOjl flllJ-j he 1-le.irluB of ft mere nicntlQEi H A In Ilia south! (Spt-clal to He, ItiLvuiDiicI, Marrli ntiil a happy one, (if the recent, vrrost-j JJiiK bom ;i( Jlayiiioiu) j-on and SaiiFOin, was Un Ihc ntmnsphcrc. The m of or linxlng for the past five yours always met MlDi a cool rcrepttun from (ho sporlH. Home pretty Bluff had been pulled off. nnil Ihu gumfi bad lic-cn hilled liy rrooked dcnls, Many thought (lie, match lusL Tluirsilny was framed be- fore they saw It, but llic sicluul go dispelled any eucli idea. Tlic bout wiis a ulralglit, clean affair. Thoro vfaa' no "frp.mu up" lliero. All were convinced of [hat. This, of course, the sport In tlic hearts of llic public. Ei'firyone who HIG match ecein to he Qf-recd thai llic Montana Klii rllsjitaycd slightly more actciico than dill hlfi opponent. He broke prucLI- hold wltli wonderful cleverness, lie lacked was Iho weight and strungLli. ITo Is a speedy wrestler, full of pop. and haa lots of tl'fl deciding goal which entitled them (o lake the cup csisl. Calgary, Bnrons and Clash Here Thursday In Hrst Match Everything Is for (he fhree. cornered bnvJIng tourney between Calgary. Barons and Lethbridge doubles' team. Here's the dope; Ltlhbrldye Thursday, March 22. March 23, March 20. Lethbridgc 6. Shover and Tommy Evans, Barena Moore and Ernie Stark. Calgary Brown and Bill Gray. A scries of five games will be played at each point, total pins to count. The match EG attracting great Interest among the howlers In all Ihret and big crowds of rooters will be on hand ID cheer their representatives to victory In each town. Chnmps of South Would Try Conclusions With Calgary Or Edmonton Teams K. A. baskclball teams ILLINOIS WINS BASKET BALL TITLE. arc the champions of tlic south. Thti leading tenmB of Southern Al- herta. Haymontl, LcLhlirldge, Chicago, Mn.rch The JI Athletic cluh team of Chicago the National A. A. U. basket won hall Tho Turks Imvo now licon driven many miles nway from this feat of Engineering skill which cos many millions ol dollar.-i anil greatly Increased (he for'tllty of Ibo .Vile country by renulaUne {tie frrltfatlon. of Uio land, and Glaring ui> water for Iho dry season. WHITMAN REMOVES WENCK Albany. N'- V., March A. ehiilritiaa of Ihc state athlcUc conLinUatoit. was rfrinoveil from office Ity Governor Whitman yesterday. The Rovcrnor dlanifsscd Iho thiircog of al- IciniJlcd extortion prcrciTcd ayalt.st hy the thren pro- molerfi, hut, hoH that hia character ami 'previous associations him unfit to hold otlicc. Quail has hccn placed on Iho song Mnl list'liy llic Ohio legislature. Some yean ago Ohio lavnnakerd placeil doves on the list ot musical Tho Ontario Rovcrntnent has ihl: reason reduced Ihe fee for hunting licenses, Kftmtcil to non-rcsldents o the iii'ovlnce, from to 525, CORNELL TAKES WRESTLING TITLE, c.hiirnpkmshli) heio tonight, I Ihc HrlBlmm Young university Uiam Ithaca, N. the fill tli consecutive year the Cornell university nrcstllnjf ivon Die Inter-collcglalo championship from Pennsylvania, Lrhlgli, Princeton and Col'-imlJln here today. Pcnnsylvanlii tied for second place. 1'hc science. If Llhson reduced down to nnd "Medicine Hal. havn played Ins -It certainly would be a off aorics of taskelbal] games, some toss-up for first place. nr havc nanl Tliosc who have followed .lark Rlll-ihave made roaring excitement 1n Ihe Fon's mat cnrccr stale lhat they never sunny south.' Tlic fastest ami inosl saw him In lictlcr shape Hi an ho scientific gntncs havo b'ecn stapjerl be- showcd nt Iho recent bout.' He waEJLwecn Raymond and LcthhrEdgc. Prove. Utah, 27 to 1-J. Monlana jecoro was: Cornell. 32; LUIU rpi_i- iu.'_.i lin 1ft- I.fhlfh. ITi- Princ Stale College won third place. BEN SHAW AWARDED TO PIRATES. March Ilarney DrcyTusu, president of the series Raynioml lias (Xatlonal league team was notUied to- In. Ifi; LctlEQ, uniWa. 0. y; Princeton, S; Col- TRIS SPEAKER JOINS CLEVE- LAND. Now Orleans. March 20. Tns Speaker joined Llic Cleveland Ameri- cans here, today aiut started the at- Imrd as Iron. Long, syslcniallci Tliro'iiRlioiiL lln. ___ _. _____ ......_________....... (mining and clean'living accounted] proved lo have superior lenms in] day lhat.his club has been Lack in a game Umt ended in a 7 lo 0 for his great condittoti. .After Referee speed, team work, combination, sly-lei by the waiver route Caleber He i Shaw victory over the New Orleans Soulh- Ulackmore had declared him the win- ner of the match, ho Issued :i dial- Ic-ngo to auy middleweight in ['nnada.j The altcndnnro was a. MUtu dis- flprjofnUug, Dudley Hall, froinoL- LT, lost n roll of i'lisli on Hio boul. What nillKiilud against (lie bout moslr lu (lip of Iho was. GQmc 3_nnvmoml 42 tho Ml reputation of (he wrestling Ganic 40 and cvcrythiMB that goes to mnke a, from the Tort Americana. lie winning team. Tlic cleverness of nil j will report at Columltua, Ga, Iho Pi- tlicsc tcaHircs has dcrealed the nor- rales' spring Iralnlng camp, them opponents by a large score, or ihc fnur Tim legfslaluros of -12 stales, Alas- Game Ilaymond 34 l.elhhridge 30 ka, I'orto Illco and Hawaii nre. in BCU- Oame Raymond 30 Lclhbrlilgc 43'alon this winter and yon can look for Many fans were afraid It was Ihcd.1 I Ion re, the alim aliciulanco. Letlibridgc 2S many changes game l.iivs, Lcllibridgo 2D I Feeding birds in witiLer is a tlolight- ern association leani. To sore, of deer on Ihr railroad Iraclis ai.nlgnl tho Southern 1'ncific company lias issued orders lo Its engineers lo'; extinguish momen- tarily the headlights ot Ihu locomo- tives. Tho glare1'of the henrtlljjhls contuse Uic'dcer, who migrate by way woh three an excellent investment. The uirda if the Ifght is the Lcthbridec "''ll repay you by destroying hundreds for a. second, tho deer of thousands ol insects. safely, 4: Miilty Has- Good Material To Work Also Has Hal Chiise Cincinnati. Ohio, March" hall lings hereabouts licllvc Hie iles- llny of the lleds, as far as 1317 is concerned. Js In the kocping of Chris- ty Mathcwaon and Hal Chase. Matty has a. bunch oC youthful pit- rhcrB to work irilh this season. If ho can develop a star or two from runoiip Lcity CJcruer, Jim Itlng, Miko Ilcgau, Roy Sanders and Hod Eller, all hnnrctl from Ihc Lushes last [all, lied prospects of a first division licrth won't Le so had, as-Fred Toncy, Pcto Hchiielder and Clarence Milchell. who appear juu for years, arp counted on LO carry moat of the liurden. Coach Pitchers, 'The old master ot Ihc pitching hlH will clevolc most oC his Lime at the training camp to teaching hts pICclicrs Lho secrcia lhat made him Lhc mosl fainoua of hlg IcaRUC pllchcrs. Matty worked on 1'eto Schneider last mil and made n. hlg improvement In his Elmer. Knctzer, who still is wllh the team, likewise showed Im- rrovemcnt. .Ch.isc will have charge of hat- ling end of Lho canip. Hal only led tho kayiic last year, EO he la prelly >veU qualSflctl lo Klvti Instructions on how to ML the elusive pill. Chase likewise will drill tlic.vcCs and rookies on bnso vunnlug and pcrhaiis show them a rev nhout fielding. Strong Outfield. A great ydfllng and throwlnR out- Held Is sure lo wear Iho red thla year. JCdily Houscn, Tom GrKfilh and Xcalo can go and get. 'em as f.ir as any tnrco in ihc major a. None set the ivnrld afire at bat last year, ao CDRSC will take them In low, while Manuel Cueto, a Cuban alugficr. Uflecl from tho Virginia league, will try to beat one- ot them out of hla Job! Tlia team is certain to be etrong at two Intlcld poslllona, first and third cr first and second, It Lclng uncertain rlRhl now whether Hcinie Groh will play thlnl or Bccond. nill SlcKcchnlo, Dare Slicnn. Billy Ixiutlcn. Larry 'KopI Tommy Homanach candidates for the other tT70 Jobs, ami nil Hcdvillc bugs "can hope Is thai they will fill tho Mil. TO-DAY'S Sport Summary Chicago, Mar. Kil- hancj featherweight champion, de- feated Eddie Shannon, of 5AH Francisco, In a six-round bout at Philadelphia. Rivera, of Los Angeles, lightweight', won eastly from John- ny O'Leary, of Buffalo, in a achtd- uled twelve-round bout at. Colum- bus, O., O'Lear'y's leconds Ing the into the ring In the ejevenlh round. The scheduled eight-round boul between Jack Dillon. Indianapo- lis, and Jack Mcran.'St. Lou la, at Memphis, wat stopped by the.re- feree In the sixth round after Dil- lon had administered a severe beating lo the SL Louis man, Harry Atwood, Las Angeles, and Young Azvedo, of .Oakland, fought. seven roLinda to a draw at Salt Lake, Leaders In the American Bowl- ing Congress tournament at Grand Rapidi, Mich., were' .unchanged yesterday. Pete Standridce, pitcher, and Emile Meusel, outfielder, have been released by the Chicago Na- tionals lo Los Angeles Pacific Coast league team. The Chicago Amencani released Earl A'ns- vvorth, pitcher, to Richmond, Ind., of tht Central, league, Reed, ser.ond haEeman with the Denver club of the Western lea- gue last year, has been sold lo Mobile, of the Southern Associa- tion. only jamp Tnlnls -Raymond 155; Lellibridge 127, ful and incxnenslvc recreation as well of tho track a._, H was iliscovcreil thai The liny mom! or four garner Juniors. -cv: sends forlh a clial- Icnsc to any basketball team In llio province, Calgary, Edmonton or any oilier ball tossers in the Held. Respectfully. ARCHIK R'ODDINS. AUTO OWNERS WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE SHIPMENT OF Chains, all sizes Our prices on TIRES should interest you. We have :i large stock. Our Special Ford Tires BAALIM MOTOR CO. HARRY HOLMAN, Mg'r. BACK OF UNION BANK iheepfurSlale About 1500 first class breed- ing ewes in A 1 condition. This is 3 choice lot. Apply W. P. Fleming CAKOON MOTEL, CAHDSTON Or Phona W43I7, Calgary. 73-0 AND ALL KINDS OF ELEC- TRICAL WOHK, Yl'.L. AfcKcuxie Co. PHONE 637 718 3rd S. King's ami Transfci1. OF ALL COAL C. 0. D. Plionc 1050 OFFICE AT ARCADE CANADIAN ARMY DECIDES FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP TxiiHlon, March n final Bamc for Ihc Canadian arnir chmnplonalilp, played at Sliorn- .clifTc. the Klcvcnth Iteservc. dcfcalcfl llio .Itith Central Onlario Reserve liy two lo one. v v v TRAINING CAMP GAMES Hoi Springs. Ark., JIarch Brooklyn Xallonala defeated the Boa- Ion Americans, 7 to here today, by piling up five runs when Mays _wcaU- cricd in the clchlh Inning. .Uoslon Americans........ 2 5 2 Urookljn Nationals 7 U 2 Shore, mull, ll.iys anil Cutty, Tho- mas, ARnew; Coombs, Cadorer Dell anil Miller, Meyers. ,U Fort Worth. Worth i; Chicago American No. 2. 2. Al Dall.-is, 3; Chicago American regulars 1. At Houston, York N'a- lional rOBiil.ira 3; Houslon 2. Al Slircveporl, N'a- ttonals 3: Slirovcrort 1. i At GalTcalon. York 1 XrttEnnal sccoiuls 7; Galvcalon 3. Al San Antonio. I.ouin i Xallnnals 5; Kan Allionlo 3 (ten In- 'I nlnga.) Al 7; O.lManil .1. Al San 7; San Francisco 2. T I flllllMU f., I Al Chi'cngo II. 3; Spo- kane 1. The Ford Is Economical T HE average man can easily afford a Ford car. It is the most inexpensive car to drive. 20 to 25 miles on a gallon of gaso- line is: an every-day occurrence. 33 miles is frequently reported by Ford owners. Yearly repair expenses of less than one dollar are not unusual. The car is light in weight, and tires give more mileage on a Ford than on any other car. You can buy a Ford for yourself and one for your wife for the price Ford Motor Company of Canada, Limited. Over 700 Ford Service Stations in Canada. of one car at 51000. You can run both Fords at about the same expense as for one larger, heavier car. J You can always sell a "used" Ford at a good You have to accept a big reduction for a "used" larger car. Go and take a ride in the 1917 model. See how comfortable And stylish, line effect, tapered hood, crown fenders, beautiful finish. You for business. Your wife and children need one for pleasure and health. Ford Gnrago. 1232 Third Avenue S. Lelhfaridge BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY Closed and healed can fgr country trlpi. We make a fipecfalty af lios- pi Lai calls. Quick Drlvon Hurry calls at nigKt answarcd promptly. Try U3. DAY.OR NIGHT Phone 1206 DRAYING OF ALL KINDS COALO. 0. PHONE 1345 Turner