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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MAHl.ll 'a, i in i HERALD SECTION Sport Summary Locals V.osl Their Horseshoes in Lait Three Games, While Barons llnd An Howled Consistent Moore Had HigliToliil imd Evans High Harons Tonight and Calgary Monday. AT THE "V" Saturday, to n. Junior class nml swim, v Saturday, II a uiieclil jinlor gyro class and swim. Saturday, Intermediate om. claes mid swim. t- I.ollibrldso rarac out ot tbe first en- rountc-i- In Iho scries of tloublca bow- lluk Kami's Mlh Ciilsary snd Parous nl iho (hurt end of tlio Etorc. Calgary winning out ivllh ITBIi, Unrons coni- Inc next wllli 1774 unil Lelliliriilgc liuvlME 1721, LctlibrltlEO Is OS ilown rm hml 53 behind us. lie dlilnl loudi H anil tlial llic pin had a siitn Vi'ent over Itself. Hois'- pretty score lo bts loivcst t'nnic of Ihc evening. 1B2. Tills rather look Iho pep out of tlic'locals, and liit-y were low In the.last threes games. Prior lo tho troutilo In Iho thlnl. Kvans wns I from 122 to iH nnd flhovcr have no alibi lo nfTcr excLMJt thai ttie visitors bad o over supply or Ihe lucky horteshoc, lliown imd of Calgary rolled a nice steady game nnd deserved lo win Hunt. I von ininx IL LU UIKU >i iui for high score ill the second eame t: Hill Moore was the most consistent, n.i form. Gray averaEcd 174 nnil liiown 1S3. Stark Bnd Moore, Iho ]larons iiijt'hlcs, real fond ot llic l.e'lhlirldgo allcyB toward the end of Iho milch, finishing up with all even 400 score In their last eauin for the biB of tho cvoniuK, Stnrk nveraeed for Ihe five gaiues, and lirown Mooro piled up hlKh total for llic Gray evening will) 35U or an average of 101. Tlio lioino lirews got away eoorl. Calgary got them nine pins In Iho first "lluby" Ilobert they used lo ra him nlso llio b .'onlilu't llilnk il lo lake a lo' low game and 212 blE Chicago, 111., Marj Man del, New Orleans lljlAwclghl, vnt given Ihe referee's decision over Jlmmlc Minor of Memphis, In a ten-round beul al New Orleans. Benny York lluht. weight, won Packey Hem- mey, New -forx, In the- ninth round of a len round bout, when Hommey's seconds threw the sponge Into the ring- New York National League club has releaied Howard Diker, In- fieldir, lo New Orleans club of the Southern League. Miss Molla BJunledl and Miss Eleanor Sears defeated In the eecond i-ouncj of the invllation tennis meel at Long Beach, Cal., by Mre. Louise R... Williams and Mrs. B. 0. Bruce in the v.onian's doubles. In the singles MIES Scars was defeated by Miss Florence Sulton and Mies Mary Browne tle- featedvMIss Sullon. TRAVIE DAVIS I MttT MITCHELL Springfield, Ohio. Mar. 23.--Travlc Uavla, Ihe norlhwosl llghlwelElit who 'la picked by Oliio ring as 'next world'u champion ill lUo iiirl .claEK, bat, IhioiiKli liU iaan- ager "lllddy'J senl to Klrlilo .Milt hill that he will he ijlail to him in tho ring oi'C-r any lllStniKJC: "And I Will Inl glnil U) 4509 forfeit for welKlil anil appear- ance and if Davis doesn't .Mr. Mllchcll Y.'lll bo welcome lo llic 350' without any ;ahl Illsho! Javti amoriR ;i.s a sensation patrojia of Hie AUSTRALIAN DOXEft JOIN TOflOrlTO REGIMENT Toronto. Mar. Darcy, til Australian puglllat, at present J New York, In a lellcr lo a Intiil bo1, lug promoler, 1ms flatly irCuscd I consider R proposllion lo Join a Toi TRAINING CAMI' NOTES Jual an inlfiliL have been expected. )lck Jloblilzel'a ri'llrrmeut to pr.ic- :ce dentistry lusted only unlll he hiul cached .-allsfaclury terms with I'resi- lent l-Vazcn of the lied Hobby hib conli'iui weci: ami got iut the old uniform Malinger "111 Donovan ol the Van, he may carry leu iltchers (lil.f reason. That will nllow ilm seven five 'uulilelilers mil Ihrce Under the new American rule he nol lave to count tiliuselt a player. Hugh IflMh. inlilgc1 unlflehlt-r of Ihe Tankeos. rcpoilcd al Macon wearlnK H tanilal on one fool, lie contracted lilooil pulhonlng from a blister durliiB Ihe wlnlcr In St. I.oals and for wceha was unable to wear a tihoo. Ills fool, however, Is healing rapidly and will not Ijothcr him long. They can talk about their Mead- ________ OWFCS, their Doaks, anil Ihclr Mule RUBBER STAMPS Made in Lcthhriclge by the Herald Job Dept. PHONE 1252 'ue'lnliraaTei ThaV Wat.onse, bul the best hel on Ihe he Joined at all ho would rclurn t St. l.ouls Cai-'llna s' pitching staf. his own counlry for that t.urpose, hut l.eon Ames, who is slarling his font-, not until be had cnsafra In n fcwlleenlli Beason In Hie big show ami is bouts. years of nza H he l.i .1 day. I Tlte learns go to Barons lonlKht, ivborc Ihc locals hopc'lo hold llarons even and get a good lead over Cal- gary. The Ilirce teams should go Inlo Ihe last malch al Calgary with nnyone In position to con. The scores and delalls follow: Calgary- no 150 205 1S2 IOC 161 1M 15S .padded "Rloves have offnccti the fam- lous freckles from Don's physiognomy 'urncd flic ruhy'countenanco Inlo uiiu of pcrious mien who talks of evangelislle ivnrk. Hie divine healing power ami llic uplift of mankind, speaks of them with a vim and relish that makes Dllly Sunday appear like a longshoreman debating economics wilh Watlerson. and Ibat causes Mephlslophcles litcrnlly to nuako ill VETERAN SPORTSMAN PASSES AWAY IN GUELPH Alex. Conralton, Curling and Baseball Prominent Sportsmen. death look jilace re cenily of Alexander Consahon, who) was known from one end of Ontario to the oilier us a culler. Mr. Con- Ballon had been confined to his; home for about a year, anil his iJealli was not unexpected, lie was horn Jt Dcanslou, Perthshire. Scotland, a lilllc over seventy-seven years ago.! ami came to Guelph wilh his parents when only twelve years old Ills father imported Ihe fir.-t curl-] JB stone ever used in Guelph from Kcnllcnd. The deceased played his first stone when bill fourlecn years ot age, and for years was resnrded curlers in On- miijti of Ihe but Hid locals rolled 374 In the laron Stark 1-0 lp'l his boots. The bnlllo scarred vcler- >n a messofi o [hc w (orcc lnal wr w 3CG 320 310 3J1 be wants lo deliver tecond, nnd had n total lead going, Moore Inlo the third of 45 over Calgary and j 111 over' Han Fhlft 1 UVUI ilulullo. I In Iho third Blania the locals ran H5 192 150 SIS IIWo. 193 172 100 212 nil lie clenched his fist p.nd pounded II on Ihc desk Illustrating he sllll pos- Into a stronk or hard luck. Tho pins Shovcr o 'sllik. 'In Ihc Sth tramo r.vans piled up-Q douljle strike and In a fair ivny to conic out ivlth a good score. Ilul one pin sluek, stood np and then rolled over. A strike. was'chalhed up. Hut. llic Calgary and Evans 3111 UL7 3S2 "122 150 ISO 152 ICO- bring liomo'llla .230 181 1S2 1T2 175-_51S 357 374 312 33Hilnli was Ihe grcal fighlcr the world has ever we askcj Filz. "I'olcr Jflcfcson of he replied without hesitation. "He ivaa not only Ihe fircalcst. colored fighlcr. j hut the Greatest fishier. I've seen a lot of 'em come and go, champions and near champions. 1ml when you'ro lalkinp. of ndilcrs you have lo award Ihe palm lo Jackson. Ho was a fiRhl- or every inch of him, and, moreover man. "Pclrr stood six feet two inches DUFFY GOES TO MONTREAL Pittsburgh, Pa., >lar. Dreyfnss, president of the Pittsburgh Xallonal league baseball club, an- nounced thM llarney Duffy, a pitcher, has been sold to the Mont- real club ol Ihc International league. Duffy was obtained from the Great I.. ------j _- lives love outdoor sporl. All are tails club in 1013. TO OWNERS Wli UAVK JUST RECEIVED A LARGE SHIPMENT OF Chains, all sizes Ow prices on TIKES should interest yon. We liuvc a large stock. Our Special Ford Tires BAALIM MOTOR CO. DAGK OF UNION BANK HARRY HOLMAN, Mgr. mul M'licn stripped for adlon lie j 220 ponnds. He w.ns In Ills actions anil every move was a ricture. Like Jnn Cans, he. master ot boxing Kcienco .iiul he coulrt hit like a mule. "Jackson was a ccnllcmnn and he nrow hts plaro. When lie clicil (lio citizens or Sydney. Australia, burieil him with lush honors nntl on Ins tombstone you will find (his inscrip- tion: 'Here lies a man.' "And while 1 am talking annul col nred fighters 1 rton'l wnuL lo overlook Joo Gnn.s or Goorgo Dixon, MUtlc chacolcvtc lloth of (liDSO hoyc nro among the greatest men (hat tho prize ring can Trcl prourl of." "Von used lo hit pretty hard your Eclf, didn't we kiddcrt PIlz. Ruhlin Out 16 Hours "XothhiK like that. 1 hit Gus Iluli n, Ihe Akron Riant, oil llic JIHV one night and, he was out 1G hours. In a iKillle 1 had with JOG Grim, the Iron or Iho, rinR, I knocked him down IS limes in sis rounds, hut couldn't pnl him mil. I planted a haymaker in Peter Mahor's protruding chin in our championship light In Texas fO seconds nfter llio gonir sounded and when Peter came to he wanted to know how mnny rounds ho lasted. "A lot o[ people don't know that when I fought Corbclt al Carson Cily that I was Iho champion hcforc Ihc fighl, and not Corhptt. Of rourse, tho records vrlll always give Corhett AS Loins tlic litlelioldcr, bul such was nol Ihc case. "Corbclt at this time would not meet Peter Mahcr. He refused oven to consider a hout with lilm, and I'olcr forced Jim Inlo temporary re- tirement. Then 1 fought Maher for the tillo and 1 knocked him cold. Thcrcfonx 1 figured thai I was Iho j Beat WMUrd In Two Rounds do you Ihink of was a qucMion put tn Filr. "Jess Is a big fellow and a good fighter, Ihc hesl of the prcsenl crop, Lul do yon know how long he wonld have lasted with rae? Two rounds, 'halV all. lie la Jnst made to order for my shift. "1 ECC where the papers hcr- nlrling Irfs Darcy as the gTcatcgt. lighter IhaV over fame over from AiiE' Irnlia. 1 hope they don't overlook Peter Jackson and Doli FiUslmmons." township a.-noted livestock BOULTON'S Closed and htalctl cnra for country trips. We make a specialty of lios- pilal calls. Quick Service Careful Drivers Hurry calls at night answered promptly. Try us. DAY OR NIGHT Phone DRAYING OF ALL KINDS COAL C. O. PHONE 1315 Turner Witchcll Office at Kennedy's 410 13lh St. Over 700 Service Stations in Canada. Expensive upholslery doesn't prove that a car excels in quality. The real quality of the car is determined by Ha power plant, transmission, axles, dtc. Both by laWatory tests and actual service tests, the different parts compos- ing the Ford chassis have proven them- selves superior tn those used in other cars. Ford Vanadium steel has never been surpassed in quality and strength. DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransferCo. Limited P. fi. Freight Sheds PHONES 'office "63 Stables.......... 1061 Residence Phone Day or Night. Osy Phone, Palace Confection- cry 668 Henderson Garage, 5SB fte Hudson Mo livery A bis Sis Cylinder, Sovcn- car. Onn o'. the bcsl and mosL cnmforlabte cara in the City to rldo in. COUNTRY TRIPS PREFERRED "Meet us al the Palace" Ford Motor Company of Canada, Limited j 1232 Third Avenue, S. rord uarage Lethbridge P otatoes Wanted CAH LOTS OR LESS i he Qood sized, sound while stock. Phone 732 or call at Snniiilcrs Hay nnd Grain Co. 1221 2nd Avenue 3. ;