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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Si, if m if [ES roiilMY BUBM8 ON THE LldT- v^WlLU-. NET TWE CHAMPION ' -$a4,ooo Sim ii,a^ ptioiicAUy �i^*d jip for ightii.VS'ltMii iiree**; f ' Rrdrld wUl be k^t i'li'^.ttSf tfabe. He Iniends to.tiiiiiijatt: ofersmade to him .that^Ato* ily fair Is a flnancitl Beise. _ prpttMit liCficatlonB MoCartTR's rail will bo m oir�ased by "a of �24,0OO, It all of th�se||ghts, irou�K '�� tte .agrees .toi',ap:;'m;|J lint*' Wb managar ixm -Jjijiw Jl  - it Wh�ai!le is: ' ' , i:^rll IB: Bte.irMaSlii to .Ji*y Si SJi rtrattdi mth ftmk Kat- .^EYMcFARLANDSAYS ^. � ^jffim MAKE 133 POUNDS,: t FGI^ CHAMPION WnUE RITCHE ?;-*^r,:. �; ------ (^yijamea jrCorbett, fomer Heavy-VJve^ht Ohamplqn Of the world) t^cifif^ten fdrthe Lothbridge Herald) Pacikey MoRirland do 133 iRofi'ds at 3 j>'cIock In the aft�nioon itj4;'glve a^ood account of himself Si??, twenty round bout at 9 o'clock niie evening? JPaokeyaays he can, ,J^l^i lo prove It huM accepted eligible hir, Ih mtawv*. ^ itimU in the-lightweight division. Mr U:; Ten Toundsvta Kansas,' ^Fi^^jj^t r^oubt it Packey and "Wll-Clff. wlthJOarl Mopfts. or'flome on� i^.^^e, m^et Thoy woul^make the bIIk; ' ' ' , Ui'.V mnWT,' much better than the lliy 10 ^ Aibout ttk otVAatg rounds Jtf dalBS'y. Alta.. wifii 'tiMtir Xlfe tSlt'.1&tee �atoh!ii8"ar� regard-eiJTO Modjttrtr. hi& dian^jfej- at the p�taent) t xfteHAuE laat nXlik cl n)�ieiiW'^>^S-^ in 14.600. sgd hdwllPS^^^^I^ Wa. aluwe. sAo*li^e'W^A iMiuIt-fitbjButnMll^a. Ul*of^%r i�ttlB�-|�4^0O. sgl Hamli&n Now Haa^'^fipW Icf'f^l ' 'and May Get tha:f ranohiieav: Ottawa, March 31-A welHtaown hockey anan of, the citys claims:^ i this year wUl be^ho last for Q'lifebec -'^ in ihe N H. A. He says that he ias * in^de infoamaUon that the-^Queb�c fr^hiss 'wSX �e BoIl^-to-'-^MI^nf ^AnS thAt the AtabiUoi* ^jM^m ute in the H H A. oiro\ift*next sea-�H^n While the story mayi'haijte , ;v*n& tlttja foundatidn upon :yrliicii: ta�fonn they di^^{lt^i(g;aa|oj IfB that* tba othe^lTteamsMarlfl^e; , /It*H. A are not muoh ,in^lonre\wltBi "-'a' >tfe long tPtpB to the Ancient CapilaE* " ^ 'Hamilton no\, hqs rink accommo-dstlon foi' �n N H. A team, and they �puld malie the leagatfii^eljrealtiiaifei c4mp�ct v-�ro they s^cta^ifed fiVilbe jtlBice of (^lobBL J% is not likely -that i&o local rluo' wi'ras^Wtd^anyj:^ ^ttion to drop the ^lumplpni;;^^]^, tlia leagueT ' ^T'f," "P, W$ Ian matdhi inuch better' than the led �iy^�i^61ga8t or Wblgaiti 'land: affiklr.; X Both -hoys are i and pf cSractioally the >^e ..and' repreiebt tlie b�st there tidotei^^ 'hojcing. Bu!t Billy ^iy, ^B^;;;tqo3�h^wd:.tb :-pit I'RitchlW, _ naj^Us former^t teatiher iberore he hABvbaa^aciSiaQce'^^^ ^hlehjia ;^aaw;; cha:^plon ii'': wsUOm 'ffh^reJ^are,:.iknyiy,;'nu^^ber;^;,^6t^^^,Uglifc 'weS!Bfe,:Whttiaie aaiB^ the piSeri I .l�4:'fl?*ckeyj Md as N^olan ; t%' rop^B iprfetty;!wiSU he will no dbu6t find s�te� plaualblfe excuse for iVolar i|!i;.-JthDU��aJ9h,�;, H ever .comes * to- a 'm'e,. 'on*56?in't; blMn^* him. ye^ moth! f^Ujft! husVnfeOT, lI^iM .;:?I^ch[Ch�ss^ admirers I tog him "fprithe! llghtweiwxtichamploni tAlp.,; j^ticte ;^}8 no denying that as a rMTjlt ;of'.lhe: JD^pent viotoiy over'^^J M^ndot^hisV cibock, has boeiiiedi But IieaeV?wiy(^PTer*b�!om^. a champion: iB^the amt (place I doulit ifrhls heart nd^le,t,hlm -ice'g^'ithe oth^r, fellow going^.and ie .sailsgih for, keep�y-^Bttt^ anyon? Jjho jha* ever fiexei^ W "wbo haa*i:p> lowed the sport olosaly knows that the'element of luck'trejiu^ntly figures prominently to a boxing match, and I judge iLskph, to havO}.'be4n a fortunate, youhl inan-la the^ilaadot .encouriter,^ Many;a bO^ has had vjAtdry within, i'asy, aa-asp pnjy to lose tiirou^h care4, les^nepe.und ovfsj^biifld^nce.', - ' , Cross YSU'ibe -put to the test in a few weelfs .T^hext he takes on Joc Jllvew'ln'a return ten round iboult, I rafliari-&npy,i;lltTers wiU do even tetj ,'ier Cfiis^'tlme,' aUupugh' he, put up it: pears to be the .picture of health and -^trength.,4 In ithis last fight It was os-tabllBhedj^^beyond any doubt that he ia^^C^dt ,out foi' a successful boxer; or- rather fighter, ion he certainly knows more of the :aoi|Atiflc^.,eud -of the-game than the;ja%t'5f.iih'�^^ put together. . \.:: \='::;:'.;/" ' "" , ,., " *\-*:,^'- '..... With Wello eliminated, froHK the situation^ there: remain but three' white liteavies to;twhom ,th'e.-8po^^^ hasjfany i^|h. Th6|e aif Buther Mcr Cai^ty. 1 Jess WiUanlLandj Guuboat.: Of the trio MoOariy look^^^beston his victories over'Kaufmari.iflynn and. Palzer. Neither of the othets has defeated men of'the standing.-of the men mentioned. Willt^rd; it true, earned^a popularf detislon j.over'iMc^ Carty at. .the Gardenylast�.& summer;' hut at! a 'tline.;whett-;:bpth were noyices; Unauestlonibljr McOarty ha* improv-'ed immeniielyv l9toce that time. 'WiU: ard, too, :had ibeen going! along fairly: -Well, but has, nQt.^j:isl; a. man- of the class "of the^trlo ^on-whose defeats McCarty iba8e8/hlB"cljiim,.f6 Tecogni-' �tion,-''i"� *   ' Smith's sole aim-in life now, ac-, cording ,to' hie' mqjiager, ^iiia matbh with. Luther.McdaTly..>vThe ."whtte champ" was among thofie^present'at .fhe.sIaugh'teri;twhol nee^s Icis.Tsf Trark'to'dohl87b&itc,''^e.l8 ii>rlflglng in .the  vyirjilng runs, with two.! man down, Score : �  .Los Angeles .......... Chicago ...................I..,.. 1 U 3 , Batteries - TOzer, Driscqll arid Brooks; Holtman,.....yih,\\f>, Stolth, Lang and Easterly. ^^^^'v�::>�,,�.:;:.�� , OUBS'Wk....... _ � Chattanooga, Tenn., March 'Si. -1 ehidago;NationaIe B::;;:Chattai>d6gWl.; CLOSE OAME -Atlanta, Oa , March 21. Boston Nationals 7 T At!unta,.-SoUthern'6,' 'i-SHtiT-'oUT ' Nashvilio,:::"renn.; March ..ai.^I^'hlla-delphia Americans ;&�; -Nashville.' Sdit- thern,::0.- ,�:.:�.� ,''''"':��.�,".::; Fot thetiireb years tpx*ilof f abefaias'su^^^ ciilty in establishing-themselves as tlie pr&mer mick chasers m-i 'Jiad no diffi- ro'bds ^j: and in the thePrQvince.' the MChef" tSvo years, Cook . WOLGAST IS TO TRY [ "BACK-TO-NATURE" CURE Wjjl IN.FIGHT Wi;r^-P-SLKY MtSNDAY' ii-LATTER KAS ADVANTAGE y S.fi VISITING CURIiERS AT VANCOU-VER BONSPIeI take THREE ^ OF FIVE PRIZES ~ , Calgairy, karc'tf zV.-To&my Bums, who to meet Pelkey,' tiie NpW Y:o;:k.heavywel^tu'Mo^day' 5?TPj�^ ed hiiif'tratoingi,t9.day,and wxll.take it ^easy ,#onfc--i0.vB ring.. Pelbey is down-^,;hli? flghtinS' weight" o� 205 poup'd� in.,whioh.h6>bas about 45,,'pounds.-t\e,best.,,oi.the for-; mer chaiipion. 1^4,^3,also,ssven inches' taller, has a ,;th?ee;in:Qh -lotiger^^ reach, and is in .every*:;way.'larger.;; Bums hopes to oRm^'these ?J)Dareiit^ 'advantages bysuperfot speBa,4iM nng; tactics., ,ff^W -^t^-ut The Revere bicycle" track at Boston after 12' years of,fervice,,.is being iom:doWn and iMPlaceE;wlll|bei>reot-e'd'a molern em-%.boar^ ^rack, capable, it is said, of ratoUe-a-mlnute epeed-forpotorc^^^ r -'r- -' ..... ; Vancouvef>4;B.5:C;VMarcb^lt^islt-' ing curlers won jthree& out i ofv five cventsi in: Vancouver!s ^;; big; bonsplel, .whiphspassed: the final stiyges tonight. Wbalen,.-of 'VancouYorfjhBiBg a,win-' ner in th�; grand--di&-feated Allfin,,''of 'Mout;er,. Jyi9i!oh.',22.-f"Pat" Connelly,' "heavyw^g'ht" wrestling champion of : Great' Britain, - defeated* "Poiiy"'' Grlihrn.' of Seattle, to two* Btr1il^;;fa^7to.if.;mto^^^ 13, _minut>s,'resp^ctlv|ly'.^ * -Although, outwe'^ghpd ,..newi-ly forty Train for Returrr'^MOrphy Bout ; In^allfornla :Moontalns. '; bell (or more. '.He.oan hlt'harder, }I any-, thing, than Cfrow.' although * Leach l.unche�,,hftrd enough to bring home th^-bacon.- Joe is not invincihle; be, t ,n be .knocfted o�rt as Johnny Kll-], bane showed,US, but I imagjnc h� is, X hit too.hard a proposition for New, York's foremost lightweight. It Leach suc'ceedB'In'daeaUngRlvers, I'll ta,\�, tar hat 9ffi'to::a^lni and adrt W^oio^ ^� liardTiIttaf.VRl'erB la a cOmb�tiv,e, .j^^i'g. ja the,pink ot" oon'dltion. -iL.^-'J-.-;---^.^. 'M.,^^-ttaie^^the'l ^iA^ium wbrk will ' l(5||;aking allow--i^araijlve^, Inexperiemfe !>"fftag was every bif a,a '-close to duplicating j^.,twte9 fiWthe-Nex. TbliSi year will tional League clu nlfi'cient'Stadiums of oonctete and^" holding enormoi Preyfus, of Pittsb sive and up to ^?ignate ...tSD com , what Is idiown as , and baseball plant/i, chased a, J?lot of *gi midst' of the fineat .^^r,--,-,} of Pittsburg adjolning^hehu ley �ark .and wlttil^*'"^-''" -of ^th�e^aplendld/b\]^| burg ^ Athletic Ql|i'-great structure t' " overlooking the; B;orb98 Field, June. 1909. In time'T.-;";:;-,-,,..,.., , -inost oi the ohamp^hjP^lSa'pes;:*' that year;, and for ^tlfe.holdtog;.,�|.^h| worid's series there,>'th%tjjf^, next big plant was .tl^^t, a^^s^r;'.??/ Grounds in New Y made necessary, by 'ke Na- wek%r;on;AprJ^;ilO, ^^"i^^^ '^^JlZ '�expitleg^ thit Be^9k pt;30.000 will witofcthe.vg^to.J?Meeq, the iand theVPittWurfftPlrabB.' ^MW^ ^lUup46-dste^^u^m ^e^lm next monffi^t^^rpoklyin' ";i|gjfeigs T, ._ij..i4...'i:it,irafci'hiia nnrli hlB^neW: fine' plant, fault'/being i ms eh6u^lit , .bets^s;Cf dongesjtior no'.B piVp be. 'I old ,lea8U0.--,ry,7 with old-taishionv-standst. "The best ot those is atPblla-delpbla,v whVej. % ./.'^ jconimodates'many fans, and there.is [plenty ot room for even the biggest ' iWds.' Th9/Chicago Btmd stana.lB .luwuo. y,^ . . ,1..*-'; CHIEF MEYERS'HAS, ,t � � A' BAT-THAT RINGS " ' WHEN BALL/HITS IT '.StoVlln, Texas,^ Mar�h 17,-wfi?n , "Catcher 'Meyers leported at Martin this ye'ar he brought with him his nfew- baf'.which he'.itfade out'jln' I^iver-? ffde.'Ca); whei'eH4.11yeTB.'"*,The bat wood'twas given,to-the-c*let*;J>y an Indiaa- friend. The stick Is sosh^yy that all the bcy.8 ,jirondar -Jbdw the redJBkin can swing. It wUl;i,,'91i%'?Jwce," and It rings., ^heri ^e* hall meets it with that njellow sound thatils ple%P:'; .int .16 thfi ear|-% 'ftll''hallpJVyerii;r ;'i. old .wooden grand, first we^k ot,tlie hard work and , new etruoture ,.was .� the,season was wyej series between ihe �> Athletics was playe*d[| This 1s the larg.esX-t' toe'-world, capable" ably SS.opo'-p'gopJev^; several times' during ie's ponfests, ^tHoh^^ has' never' beent'taJted ity at a regular chat Last.year the.CJui' to line �with'a.ihjil eraljy^* aofcuowlf^^gef respcicto, ^ith^m'^' ^' cphy.en|ent,t^^^a and^^i�fi^l^�^ .t:the> iiub^-iii^p ' alohit wcnoden grand mm "uits mm J'>'t :i w m � " Plato ani ?RUcy Tweed WOTsteds In new SPfIW/'?|?5?�;,?; 96 ;