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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta IVtonday, March 24,1913 AOALL DEFEATED FOLEY SATUROAy IHI ' I,- FOLEY FORCED TO SURRENDER IN SIXTH ROUND-MARSHALL, f' A CLEVER BOXER Blairmorc, March 22.-Dick Marshall, of this place, defeated Jiid Foley, of New Dayton, in the sixth Wimd of their scheduled fifteen-round gtt here tonight. Foley's second gave up the ghost when it was apparent ithat their man was all ^d unable to go much longer. In the first few rounds the New Dayton- boy had a-shade the best of the fight, but in 1*e fifth ha was the recipient of .a tnuiderous onslaligbt from the Blair-mire sorapp*, and In thsdixth Foley was a beatMimiui; - Foley was suffering Jroni a fractured rib received in his bout in .Letb~ bridge with AI. Ensign, and it had not eniiliely -healed. Marshall got to this injured part in the fifth and Foley was easy after that. vJMairtiall's ability-as � fighter .Is Hdt to be discounted because he woo over a man with a fractured rib. He WOuW have beaten Foley under any plicurnstaaoas, there is little doubt, /it promoter and -vtoanager: of Foley, "stated alter the ^jJSght, .that' MarsJMiIl showed extreme liS^asSiiand,appeared to have all the (sii^Brfte and knowiedgei that goes Jij^wMfigbters of the first water. #|Iaraiall holds himself like an old M'*;s#mer; at'ithe^ game* > He is, cool and S^W^dalculating, can hit and box well and liiany, of the characteristics that , "k the difference between the inedi-rre and the classy bojcer," stated >''*"-it'is likely that Jack Rogers and -�-'Sjarahall will Jbe broui;ht together in iJ.-fh'e iiear future'. s'^^jPsnny Bunlop won. the' preliminary rroyer Frank Gleave of Frank, ' local bowlers ' -off to edmonton ^ CltyJa Best' Trundling Taltnt Go f After Provincial Honors PulIiOf optiniism and in excellent ^. -trjm the Lethbndge contingent left tnis.ijortiing for the provincial bowl-inir tournament, which commences to-tnorroflftfal; Edmonton. The personnel I,' of the ,team �Qeo. Moore, Josh ';'*MooreiiBrewerton, Hemming, SeidenT bcfharvand Evans. ' J, - Thejxbiggest purses and best prizes i" �\cr offered at any provincial tourna-, nieiit-iyetf are -being' hung up and the �l.Cjhbfi^ee boys fully expect to. bring back a "fair .share of thtJ spoils. ' NEJY^SWIMMING RECORD Ki * Ne,w',Toik, Marci 23.-7-Percy Mc-|. �Glllivrjly;,6f ^e IlUnoia'AtbleUc club, Cnlr igo, ^ertabliatied''a nciw American hBlm'piIiigf record at 600 'jrards ;in a 3"i yard,,pool, in'-winning the A.A.U. Matbnal' 'ch%ik'plbUBhlp race at this rtwtance'Ji/i'ther^^w YorkA C. pool, 'onighW.^EtJB time df six nlinutea 20 ' S-^rsjScqhdfi^.dtspiaces!' the former'Am-''erlclnflr^obrdrof^eiZi 2-B'made'by C. M ^'Daniels.fFebruary 28, 1907, in the xaiSjLfe^'Ipool".''N, T.'Herrkjk; of the Ni Y�%&1 C. was second and H. J. Hebner ttU the liunoli A. C. third. GlfRUNG RINK THROWS ITS , to OPEN TO SKATERS. Skating at the curling rink for the baUmc9 of the season is the latest. One sheet will be reserved for curling, and t^e ends of. the other three will be taken out and a circular jce^ track for.skating made. This was the sui-prising announcement made to the Herald this morning by Sec. John War-node of tKe local curling club, who said that the curling club ixiembersfQr the past week had not been turning, out in sufficient nUmfiers to warrant keeping four sheets of ice in shape, and ict is sufficient to keep in trim for the balance of the season for curling. This Will be the fii-st op-portunitj* that local skaters have ever had of skating indoors and it will be somewhat of a test of indoor skating here, though it is a litUe late in "the season to callit that ^exacUy.* � � _ ; - The curling rink doors will be open lo skaters tonigh't at 7.30 and the usual fee A\iirbcclr.rged. .   DICK MARSHALL'S FIG�TING ATTITUDE �" . ^ ? AT- THE COAST --- �� > ..Victoria. B.C., March 23.- ? 4t Quebe ..��T^ � � � � �> billY^ lau�)er in old time form Put It Over Young Maxw^ell of Chicago at Medicine Hat (Special to the Herjild). Medicine Hat, March 24.-Billy Lauder get the decision over young MaJni'cll of Chicago/in a ten-rouni hout here Saturday night. Maxwell nearly knocked out'Lauder in the first round, but after that was not in it. Lauder seems to have all his old time speed and fairly 'dazzled Maxwell. The latter evidently took Lauder lightly and did not train as faithfully as he should.'Tommy Burns re-fereed the bout. TOO SICK TO CONTINUE IN RES-PONSIBLE lioSITION-WHIS-,MAN GETS THE JOB allan cup games help charities Benefitted to the Extent of $3,000- Double Last-Year's Amount Winnipeg," Man., March 24.-Local charities will benefit to the extent of about J3,000; as .the result of the recent" Allan cup: Mries played between the'. y^lMjlpegs as defeAders, and Moose ,frlf^^�'tO;l)e preeent. ;r/^l>iyil8J0N: Ringside 91.00; Reserved Seats SOo and 76c 1-PELKY FIGHT PONED UNTIL APIL3 COLD .WeAtHER CAUSED PRC � lyioTERS TO CHANGE DATE'  ^ ' V OF GO Tommy Burns and Artliur I'elky will not. fight at Calgary tonight and the bout has. been poatponeil until the;third of April. The extreme wea-Ihoi has: caused the postponement. When the- bout was arransjeil, this cold .sna()V throughout Alberta was hardlJ', expectedoand the arena being some distance put of Calgary there wotjia be a large percentage of' the expected paWotis fabsent on account of the cold" and, besides the heating facilities of the- arena arc not, of the bbst and .imder such conditions there would be oiily Iialt tlie crowd there that there woiild be if the conrtitiqtts were right. It is also rumored that this ipaii Pelky SlioWs Sffrprising form in bis work-out. bbUts and that Burns was Very^ankipu^. ;to bring about ' a pbstponei]ient to enable him to get in better trim ior .the mill. Clever Crow's Nest Pass.Boxer, Who Ft MO'trtfay it' "began to dawn upon the local fans that Pelky wasn't such a dub after all. Thoy began to show some interest in the big fellow and his workouts every afternoon thia. week have ibeefli watched by crow^ds 'which ..Jested the capacity of the Elbow View'"gyonnasium. Pelky^trFasr'^'� . The stranger is fast. There is no question about that For a man of 213 pounds he handles, his Uands and feet in an exceptionally clever manner. He is also a good defensive )>o�er and his sparring partrie'rs have �beenunable to land more than one ortwc^blows in a round. Jimipy McBwan, who looks after Burns'.' training, sent some friends � .y ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? last hockey. game ^ of season at fernie ProVesslona) Team Won Easily From Amateurs-Test Game lacrosse clubs at coast can't agree New Westminster Wants Equal Division of All Gates, But Vancouver Objects ' Vancouver, B. C, March 23.-Vancouver' and New Westminster lac-crosSe ofTIcials. locked horns again on :Saturday at the twenty-third annual mcetiiig of tlie-B. C. Lacrosse association. New Westminster held out tor an equal division of all gates this season. Vancouver delegates positively declined to accept the proposition with the result that nothing was ao-compiishcd, although the- officials sat, for-three hours. Victoria enthusiasts wore on hand with an application for a; franchise in the leaguer but -New Westminster decided not to support the application unless Vancouver con-i sented to split the gates. After a warm debate it was finally 'decided to adjourn until Wednesday next. Fernie, March 22.-The laafi_hookey; game of the season was played in: the local rink last night between,two Fernie teams. It was advertised as a match between "amateurs and; prof-; essionals,^ 'the professionals being, with one exception, the. regular city team and the amateurs were the sec-. ond team. To the I'atter, aggregatlpn' belongs, a good share of the credit for the success of the Fernie':'learn'in: bringing home the shield -represqi\t� ing the champf/dnship of Hast'^miprit-ish Columbia, from the Roselahd /Oarr' nival as they have glvoh the; regulars a lot of hard practice durin'g.ihe wiii-t^r- ' ;^;,^;;;-fi~;:: The score was 9-2 in fa^oi. of the regulars. The fans^were mbjpvt^aa ever convinced that there r is:; plenty 1 of good material at hand fORjnflk(;Jwl�-ter and they are looking iorweird'to a very sucbesBtul season. \ , EAST COA$T TEaM. - � '"{'^ ' � pEFEAT^d TBCq^^^ Boston, MArch 28.-TJie�"-0[iw?O'w ^eam of the 'Marltime!provln4^|hiO|^.^ league defeated the Teoumsel^ajoil-Tdi' ronto, ii member' of t]he/Natynft|^^ key association, five;'to tbreyf'ltflday.' O. H.A. CHAMPIONS WANT GAMES WITH VICTORIAS For Next Thursday and Saturday Nights-VIcs Will Have Stars Back .Winnipeg, March 24.-The Victoria hockey team are,in receipt of a chal-lengev)!rom the "T.R. and ,A,iO. H. A. champions, for exhibition;: games here next, Thurs 2 Nor................... 83i- No. 3' Nor................... 80* No. 4....................... VTJ No. 5.......................- 7li No. 6............................. 65?, �No. 1 Feed ............... ' ."ili Winter Wheat-No. 1.............................. , 87 J-' No. 2............................. 84ji No. 3......................', 81J No. 4.............................. , 70i Oats-No. 2 C. W.........32Jt No. 3 C. W.............20i Ex. No. 1 Feed ..,..1......  30^- No. 1 Feed................., 29^- No.';2 Feed .................. 261 Barley-No. 3 .........,.................... 47i No. 4........................ 451- Rejected................, ,  39^- Feed .............................. � 38i 1 Flax- �' . No. 2.N^. W.C. ............ 1.093. Minneapolis May ......... ......i....... 86. 86 July ......... 88* 88^' Sept. ........ ...... 88i - 88} ......Chicago May .........,......... ,.,..... , 90g- 90i July 90 OOi Sept...............�;.;,.;i..'. . 80* , 89|- The Canadian Northern, have advised the grain exchange that they are now in a positiorf to accept at country points for storage at Port Arthur. HIGH-CLASS ONE AGENT in each town. REX TAILORINd do, � .TOR'bNTO "THE y^LLpit basement Lethbndge Hotel ,, , Agents For LETH^RIDGE � r, 1 71 32 84 ;