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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TflE LETIWRIDQKt) DAlLYt^'HBRALD FniDAV, MARCH 22, 1918 m V "BRIN61NG UP PATHER" r1 f'Mr ni' r 'V Bv G. MfcMattus i.;t*)RpOrfouR,cuoTHe�): � % i' *f n BASEBALL -BOXING RACING SPORT HOCKEY GOLF BdWLING Philadelphia is All Worked Up, OveryoungLewTradier \\Tio is Picked to Meet Benny Leonard Philadelphia, March 22.-ThU -peace-tnl Quaker city thinks it' has a new Uphtwelght champion in Lew Tendler, the fighting neifvsboy. Benny Leonard j-eadff every line about the speedy local .battler and keeps. Uu condition. New York's world champion' is expecting a challenge from Lew. He will net be caught napping. ' - fendler has two great performances to his credit recently that have boosted his stock and put him. in line tor a realj)attla with the champion. The first Is .the knockout iot Tommy Tcuhey, th'o Patterson lad, and the other thei'Sifeat of Pofir' Hartley, the tljirable Dane, so dur-ah'e in fact, that her ihad weathered the gale, with' the' fiest of the llght-r wtiguis and had neve'r been stoppft*; until Tend% beat h'l'm so Jiadly ^e. referee sto^pcHl^thj&M^g^t. As a resctlf��3t''TSeBi"Tlct6rl88 Xew' Tendler has given up selling papers to devote all his time In line for a championship match. Tendler Is Only Nineteen, Although only nineteen years; of age, this Tendler has met every box^r of any prominence in the country wlUi the exception of Benny Leonard. His next battle will be with Irish Patsy;; Cllne here on April 2. . _  Every time the lightweight oham-9ton steps into'a,local ring Tendler is kt the ringside a very basy onlooker. Law is by no means a- Benny . Leonard in cleverness. He Is Jilst a hlfty little sdat?u)aw_who. is willing to take a walloii' or dieliVer op�.--^ ' This was proved in his batties with Willie Jackson and John y Dundee, both of whom he has defeated. In his scrap with the Bronx lightweight he was floofred for the count in the first round from one of Jackaon's murderous rlghthand, wallops, and if Itlhad not been-^for the bell TendHr. would have, been counted out; but through the good' work of his seconds nd advisers he managed to atalf the second round through, and thUf Tendler succeeded In outpointing the iturdy. Bronx warhorae. Beating Johnny;,DundAe in six fut riAindsJis another thing many ottier ' battler^ failed to do, including the champion, Benny Leonard. Before Dundee faced Tendler ke was herald-M^, as Philadelphia's' lightweight king, ' knd it was also believed hero ithera frasn't.^ possible chance for a Quak-r to defeat the. Scotch Wop. Hearing this . comment spread, Toung Tendler started ou� on his rampage. That; was In 1917. Since, that time he has defeated Franlde Callahan, Willie 7ack8on twice; Johnny Dundee twice. Rocky Kansas and Frankie Britt.; � Fighting Thwe Yeara, Tendler started his fighting carear ill. 1913 as a bautamweight.. Whan he was in that olasa be bond and defeated Pete Herman before the latter was champion,' after ^ix rounds of terrific fighting. Finding he could not do the bantamweight any longer, Tendler decided to look for bigger game, He boxed, all the feather-, weights that tSe managers were able to pecure for him and then started In to fight lightweights. ' People were beginning to think Teqdler had a very weak punch. In the last six months Lew decided to develop a wallop. He trained and punched the bag for weeks, and then he demonstrated that he should be well up in the "wallop list" by the way he beat "down the tough Patterson "youth,"Tommy ,Touhe)r, -and forcing Hartley to stop, IS G. ALEXANDER That .is^gure He I HoiM^ For am Cui)s It^'is understood � Orover: nCIeveland Alexaadef%ants!f22,000-tiifa inojudea salsury anii.vbonBs^to�pltoh soma ,30-oddigaittgs'b^bas^eb&U for the Chicago CubsHhis- season. Alex; belfeves^e is worthj5,that.�:.k?erh,!�p8 he .Is, - but the figiirfft^aA'rJdiiqoneerting. ^ 'r If the Chicago club were to break even on that |22,000 ia 30 games It would mean that Alex, would have to coax 178,000 ' twoiblt Admissions through the turnstiles, figuring the .(juai-tet .tl^Ket 'as.ahe price. unit.andJ conceding -ithe-rriTli: club halt t the re/ OCKEY SERIES SATURDAY Frank Patrick Says Only Two Millionaire Players Showed Fbrih in First Ganie celpt^ of 6ach jgame, according' to the bylaws �nd; .constitution ot thejNa-tloniU'lea'goe.'^' The- 4uart�.r^0cket " la" lower than average, to be sure, yet at 50 cents Alex, wotld have to draw 88,00j} fans Into the varioua ball parks bver^;he circufl. ."^o draw 17.(ri0(10 f^ns. the Chicago cfnb needs''inust average B,B86.66 flitenifance to ue ganie,176,000 quarter ad-mlsBlona, and yet there would be the right fielder, ^ha.'aegand baseman and �ome^two d9Mia other players.whoae salaries do not tarminate when the big side-winder pitches. \ it, on the other hand, Alex.' alone, could pitch the Cube Into a pennant -which is unlikely-he easily would ba worth the |23,0Q0 he asks. It would appear that he ia enough of a factor to make.p,Biilon.U)e >22,00C) .would not.be thrown to the birds. The margin of difference in gate receipts between a contender and a team hopelessly out of the running will pretentiously pass the �M,0^:mM;fc, , , _ ,;, .,, MEMPttY TO MEET Rlkiv. Joplln, March 38.-Jack Dempaey, heaTywelght .boxer, iHt nlgh^.agreed tO'maet/rom.KilaK'^inla 12-r9ttnd bout here March 35. Dempsiiy hiad been matofead, .'Witd FFult^^^ manager agreed for him to meet Jess WUtard July 4. ' Pitcher Jiniv&agby.of the litdlahs |� a holdout Last season Bagby was the leading �lab artist of the tisam. ' Toronto, |Harch 21.-Art Ross and Bob Meldrum of Montreal, will be the officials in the second Stanley. Cup game .which will be played on Saturday; hlght. Th&i Toronto's,.today arc confident of winning the ' series In three "straight games and thus duplicating 'tlfe feature of the;;^;iues of i aOpe^years ago. ' -'4^; fr'y'ii'vj^onjment on F|rst Game. , _ -_r Torontoii.March.31.-Frttn|fc'Patrick, ,_,_ li-ef president*f;,the' ^clfiCjjRJoast league ��"�"iWt'ated afte�^the gani'e'liiat night that in his opinion only two of the A'an-couver vmen played their game last -night. ,-He was perfectly satisfied with tlie.officlals and would be glad to have th'ftm. again for the nest game under Ni'H; L.^rules on Tuesday night. . Toronto News. "It was Vancouver'* worst exhibl-tion';ol.^tlie season according to Preai-'dent'-{Patrick who is at a loss to account for the Jndiffereni form displayed "by his champion^ In his opinion oiily Mackay and perhaps 'Lehman performed up to the mark. "Cyclone Taylor'wasmore or less a dlfappplntmenti." ' Vancouver Madrid. right in and took two out of thr^e from Raymond and Aird, winning the round on total pointa.b'y^ thfe narrow margin of five plna. 31oau, was high man with 203 for slhgle'aud 537 for totil. Following are the scores: Uebersetzig Sloan ...... Smith Evans Raymond Aird .. ., Uebersetzig Sloan .... . 179 .. 173 ..362 , 148 .vl76 324 156 ?..182 338. . 134 u-177. 129 136 265 143 201 344 172 150 322 169 157 137-r 445, 176- 486 313- .980 12*- 417 203- 580 329- 997 18%- 510 13?- 465 ai5- 975 140- 443 203- 537 JUST REGil/^ED ' A Shipment of Patches for the Marvel Junior ^ Yulcanizer : , ] Bijou Motor Parlori; Limited] '\ ' THE HOU8B OF SERVICE ^ FIFTH I4TBEET�0UTH . .. LETHBRIDQE. ALT*. ,The Vancouver Wqrld says:, x^"Van' cduver hockey fans �;aiSJ>ot; ;th6 least bit' dfe'dbufaged over "the -showing of the Vancouver team ^in the game at Toronto last night. Close followers of the game remember the showing .df. I-Vlctorla'in the season of 1915 at Toronto) when they were defeated by a S to 2 score and came back strong and feel, confident that the Vancouver team will he right in the element in the game under their own rules and with thft experience gained'-In the'j first brush with the eastprii .champions should emerge on the long'end of t'ae scoring in the next contest." Mall and Empire "It the first' Stanley iCup'Cganie which was played last night, at the Arena is a criterion there is little doubt that the trophy will be added to. the-honors tha,t the Toronto chajn-plons'iof the N. H. L. have gathered. .Vahcouver, champions of the Pacific Coast'Jeague, and Stanley Cup holders, by right of victory over Seattle, will have to ,Dla.y a better brand of hockey It they wish to retain the cup. The game was a very ragged exhibition and the Blue Shirts won "under wraps" by the Score of 5 to 3. '4o, his nssoc- ;jates.: , ,;�,' � ; Senators Bostock, Landry and Clor-.'an, also'spoke in Commendation of ''Sir Mackenzie Bowell. , . �> Little four-year-old Bessie was put-, ting on her shpes forthc first time and got theraexcKanged. . ' y Going to her. mother, she said tri-:umphantly, "See, mamma, I got my shoes on." ' ^ > � ' "Oh!" said mamiiia,"but you ,nave them on the wrong feet." � Bessie looked down douWtfully and I'sald, "I don't see how jthat can be. ;Th6se are all the feet I got."-The Christian Guardian. � Prom 50 to 60 per,,cent, of the .'children brought up In the juvenilo court Bh^'asserted were mentally, defective, a,nd it had been authoritatively stated 80 .per cent, ot crjmlntila, were In' Ih? ^*Mr�*'^Mrkinnr.v nrtvoratbithe orM-*'*'*'" � and apron sale in" tho' iipTorKsut^roSr.Aib^^^ Smith and Evans Take Twoi and Uebersetzig and Sloan!.Win �Nej^i ^ ',' fl- ' Smith and Evans took two cut of throe from Uebersetzig and Sloan hi the doubles sorles tot night. Thex lost the lirst by a wide marj;ln but came back strong and took the next two when Bvans rolled.201 and '203; , running up his total score for the evening to 580. / 1.. Uobersetslg.ana .Sloai^rUiant'twaad iria;de d strong plea for^inorer Ayjipane treatment of (he women of the streets whd'should bo.classed as mental detectives. Or. Stanley In BPCooding her I'oaplutlon urged that, tliey'. should keen the public conscience alive ot) thl^ problem.; I , , ^ � � Miss MacAdams aald-i that �.-three' things made It of practical interest to take care of the, mentally dofeetlvoi one was that no amount of education could make them normal and another was the .hereditary character of �the prpblpin, - Th^({ thoy had the caoaii In w^ilch aegrpgaitlon was aba'olutelyvnece'ssary , Premier Stewart spld^^lt thegovorn-ment foi^ind it necessaryithey would make 'special monetary provisions ^ to deal: with the (luestion-bvt they had first of all to find thonuinbeii they wo^l(l have to take car�'pf.' ' ':' Mrs. McKlnnoy in "withdra.wlng her niotlon said she had jtppved'lt',bec�use Bjie had got tho Impression the goveitn: mont Intended to do DOthliig t)ii$ year. /iPeolded to Have ln�'tit4tlo�k^ ,. frErqmonton, March 2(5;-flepiftatli�n laolUding Trustcoft.OiUfg�n,.Brady^and Cusljlng, Si^pt, C!,ai:ijfliitar, Jnfcppctor. l^tfrsand Dr. Dunfl;l{r;thQ'Ednioji^o>� 80h�)l board anrVTrliste^b'Rpss ahd 0avQjiQa an instltu tlpn at. oncp in CaVp;ary,, ov Bdinoii^tPU for the oxpenso was now lu.the ^stl' matos.Whlch would" provide for feeble minded children: wJip werQ, a. burton on ,tholr/ pare.htsr,. The goyprnmant would give schpol boards'the ^Ight to oxcludo' (eeblef minded olilldren ' from the sdhoolB, but there wPUld be an appe/il froi)i thai decision to the pre< NEICEL HANGED'