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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 25, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 191(5 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE Y�UR boy n�>S� B 'Dront. , * ford" to keep him out o( ml�chl�}, �ud to work ofr Ilia 1 �urplii�eiierjiy. Sninrl, Bliir-liy, ea�jr.runiiln�. nullt (or a Utetlmc of �ervlce. .j; l)oy�' or Qlrli' Moilel $]0 } Men's or I.Hillei' " %K CO.M. Model "I"' . �)S Mad* {n Canada hy Canada Cycla & Motor Co., Limited, Toronto. 8C-A FOR SALE BY THE LETHBRIDGE CYCLE CO., 110 5th St. S. Repairs and all acceasorlos SIDELIGHIS ON THE BO Moran foUowera say Frank has do-velopBd a Hhltt which will bo a won-dertul factor In his attack on tho r which has taken place since Willard won the title from .lack Johnson at Havana, last April, and is the first Willard has fouglit since that historic battle. No matter which way the battle goes, Willard will receive $47,500 and Moran $23,750. Moran today appeal's as confident as ever that he will be able to land a blow that will give him the title by a knockout. He predicted that he "would get over the finishing punch in the seventh or eightli round." Willard is equally certain of clinching his grip on the title. He declared that if Moran fights an aggressive battle, which the Pittsburg man is said to have planned, the champion would end the bout with a knockout. No matter what Moran's tactics are, W^iUard expressed confidence of victoi-y. The big bout is to start at 9.30 o'clock, if the programme is carried out. Several preliminarj' bouts of other boxers will precede it. The sound of carpenters' saws and hammers today filled the big arena, wh.ere the bout is to be staged, as new structure of boxes and seals was hurriedly erected. Every seat in the building has long been sold, and would-be spcclutors, many from distant cities arriving late, are clamoring in vain for tickets. IRSHALLIKES NEW CHESS RECORD American Champion Plays Over Hundred Straight Games, Winning Eighty-Two _ WuRliington, MuiTh 24.-.V new world's record for Hiinultuneous Chens games was establliihed at the National I'resH Club liy Frank .1. Mar-Biiall, llio United .Stales clmtiipion, when he played 100 ),'uuieK. Tho previous record was lno games, made abroad, and tho record in this country was 92 gumoH, ranili- liy .Marshall. A large number m mcinbevK of con-grcsH iind govern men I olliciala wit-nesHBd tlia matchvs. Mui-.^liall won i'i. lost S and drew 15. Til Ik is bellevod to bo a v.-orld's record for gumas won silmultaneously. To anyone proving the LORD TENNYSON CIGAR not to contain a higli grade FIGHTING POSE OF CHALLENGER FOR WORLD'S HEAVYWEIGHT BOXING CHAMPIONSHIP BOXERS START TRAINING FOR BOUT AT EDMONTON Edmonton, March 24,-Cloney Talt and Harry Anderson who will meet in a ten-round no-doclslou bout at the Edmonton A. C. on April A, start training this aftei-noon. RULES OF m YORK STAIE WILL BE OSEO FRANK MORAN OF PITTSBU.RG IN ACTION AYLOR MEN A mU. ON MONDAY The WiiliMns, Oreeno & Rome Co., Limited Berlin, Oattirio 12a 1916 Indian Fastest Stock Motorcycle on the Market. BICYCLE REPAIRS Cheapest and Best Tho boys' council of tho "Y" met last night and made the final lurangc-nionts for the visit of Mr. Taylor Stul-ten, the national boys' worlc secretary, on Monday. Invitations have been mailed to a selected number of boys nhd also to a number of men wlio aro Intorestod In tlio boy problem and have tlib Interests of tho boy at Iioart. However, any boy above 12 years of age wlio has not received an invitation and who would Illte to bo present, may have one on applying at the "Y" odlco. Taylor Station is a rocognizod authority on boys' work and will glvo au onth,uslnstio and Inspiring tallt. After tho supper a short iJrogram will he rendered by overtures by the Y. M. C. A. orchestra, readings by W. Dunham and S. G, Short, pong by V. Steel and n violin solo by Jeff Wad-dington. The toasts of the King and Our Guest will also bo rendered. Now York, March 25.-Tho rules of the Now York state utliletic commission, which will jirovail at the big light tonight, provide that there shall be no hitting in the breaks. The regulations covering those points are as follows: "The kidnoy punch or blow shall be forbidden in all contests. The backhand p\inch or blow i.s also forbidden. The contestants shall break clean and shall not strike a blow while breaking from clinches. Contestants must not hold and hit. Butting with the head or shoulders, wrestling or clinching or illegal use of elbows shall not be allowed. There shall be no unsportsmanlike conduct on the part of the contestants. This shall include the use of abusive or insulting language." Must Observe Rules Closely The commission has announced that (hese rules must be strictly observed and that the referee, Charley White, will bo instructed to see that they are obeyed. White has not as yet conferred with either of the principals and is not likely to see them until he enters the ring to olliciate. There is considerable difference of opinion as to which of tho two heavyweights will be the more liandicapped by the observance of these rules. Each can hit hard and quickly it given an opening, either in a clinch or on tho breakaway. Police Plans Outsldo tho Garden there will bo 200 uniformed patrolmen under an inspector, directing street and slue walk trafflcfrom Broadway, the subway, surface lines and other arteries of travel. Iisside the Garden will be stationed 50 detectives In civilian dress under Second Deputy Police Commissioner Franklin A. Wood. Under the statutes police in uniform .are not permitted inside unless called ILipon for aid by the management. The lire department announced it will have on hand 17 men in uniform, who will bo permitted to back up tho management In a plan to keep the spectators from smoking. T DUE TO START A ]:30 LETHBRIDGE Til Willard and Moran are scheduled to enter tho ring tonight at New York at n.30. This will be 7.30 Lethbrldge time. The New York state Athletic Commission have lonued an edict to tho promoters, calling for at least three tour-round and one-ten roujid preliminary bout. This will give tho patrons a run for their money should the main go turn out to be a frost. The first of tho preliminaries Is slated to start at 6.30. This will clear the way tor the semi-final between Battling Levinsky and ,Iim Savage, at S.30, and Willard and Moran will enter the ring one hour later, in accordance with the original schedule. GET NEWS AT HERALD As previously announced the Herald will carry a full bulletin service of the fight and those interested who may find it inconvenient to come, around to the Herald odlce to get the returns may phone 1224. Returns should commence to come in here by at least eight o'clock. It will depend upon the successful negotiation of tlie schedule at New York. If nocesary the Herald will open up its special wire to Winnipeg, connecting direct with the W. A. P. FEVER INTEREST HERE The interest in the light is as intense in Lethbrldge as in every other city in Canada. The serious afiairs o� the war are going to be forgotten for a short period and Willard and Moran will hold tho spot light in the Interim. There will be moi'o money spent by American newspapers covering this fight than would be spent if Berlin had fallen. Human interest takes some strange.turns!.,. CIGAR Is tlie Greatest TRY ONE AND BE COW S. DAVIS & SONS LIMITED Makers of the Famous Nobtemetr Superwpes-and-ProtnoferBlunfs Cigars,! BEARCATS TOOK FA OUT OPKiX D. E. WlacDonald GUNSMITH and {INDIAN MOTOROYCLE Agent. 107 Bth St. 8, ' - Phono 1032 KILTIES PLAY FOOTBALL Tlioro will be a match between C and D companies of the Kiltlos battalion at tho barracks this afternoon. Both teams have a good line-up of players, l^o.ur teams are included in tho battalion now. Itolay races are being run off by the Kilties this afternoon, too, at the barracks. Starting out with a rush and never being headed, the Bearcat quintet defeated Knox Big Brothers at basketball last night at the Y'. M. C. A., by a score of 43 to 17. It proved just tho kind of a game Uiat was anticipated, full of pep tnmi start to finish. Tho forwards of both sides played a fast shooting game, Capt. Lund of Bearcats playing centre, did some fine shooting from tho deep field. Probably the Knox forwai'ds made better use of*their chances, but the Bearcats, by tlieir combination work) kept tho ball in Knox territory most of tho game. At tho start of the game, three goals were scored in less than a minute by this method of play. C. Jones and Dunsworth peppered tho basket with shots most of which were sucessful, Murray, too, made some clover shots. McKillop was also very much In evidence in tho Knox scoring. Tho score at the end of tho first half was 19-7. The Knax boys did their best to oven things up in first of the second Iialf, and held tho Bearcats down for a while. This is the first game that has boon playod between those two local teams and was enjoyed by a very fair crowd. This Is tho first timo tho Knox team has suffered defeat. Tho llno-up: Knox McKillop right forward Murray loft forward Williams centre Robertson loft guard Campbell right guard Elton Steele, referee. ? > : ? ? ? > > : ?>? MANY WOMEN TO SEE , ? ? BIG FIGHT IN GOTHAM > : o : : > How many women will attend the boxing bout between Jess Willard and Frank Moran at Now Y'ork? There is every indication that at this bout Now Y'ork boxing will take rank with that of Paris In attracting the fair SOX to the ringside. The number of women who have already applied for tickets, according to tho promoters, is so large tliat a special section is to be set aside for them. There will even a special entrance for women. Truly a gi-eat change has come over the boxing game when a contest will attract a large representation of women. A great change has also come ovor the point of view of women. The number of women attending bouts before New York clubs up to the present has been comparatively small. Most of them were in some way identified with the club management, with boxers, or with others connected with the boxing game. They were in no way surprised at the primitive spectacle of a knoolcout. But how will the women at tho Wiilard-Moran contest-many of them witnessing a boxing bout for tho first time-regard what they will see?  FIGHTING POSE OF THE DEFENDER WORLD'S HEAVYWEIGHT BOXING CHAMPIONSHIP BOXER IS EXONERATED Philadelphia, March 24.-Acute dilation of tho heart caused the death of Andrew Crowley,: the local featherweight boxer, who collapsed in the third round of a bout with Michael Malono here last Friday night and died a few minutes later, according to tho verdict of the coroner's jury at tho Inquest yesterday. Malone was ox onerated and discharged. TED WOODS JOINS SPORTSMEN Toronto, March 22.--Ted Woods, the great Kuglish distance runner, in (ho latest to'join tho Sportsmen's Battalion, lie donned tho khaki today. TRIS SPEAKER SAYS HE WILL TRAIN NOW Boston, Mass.,; March 24,--Trls Speaker, crack centre-fielder, of tho world champion Rod Sox, who had refused to Join the team.becauao of objoctiouB to a salary reduction, today wi:oto President Launiu that ha would go,to the training camp at Hot Springs, Ark., at once'. Speaker will take up tho salary question when the Rod Sox return to Boston. Tlio contract toudoVod Speaker called for ?!),000, tho amount of his salary in 3-018. Tho following year Federal league activities resulted in Ills obtuintng a couti'aot ut ^HB.OOO for two ueasoiiB Bearcats C. Jones Dunsworth Lund G. Kane P. Jones an.DONQASTER ARROW COLLAR 2 tor 25c Cluett. Penbody A Co., Inc., Montreal s^NTA^ "catarrh ottho ' � bladder rollovod m I s4hour8 Eiicli Can-Bulo bourn tlio immo ilV JleviaroQfominii>r.Mtf RO?E BUDS MAY PLAY EXHIBITION AT TORONTO Toronto, March 23.-A proposition for nn exhibition match botwoen Portland and tho Canadlens at the arona hero next week was considered, by Manager Solman yestorday. If Port-laud plays hero tho Toronto team will bo their opponents. Tho playing of Portland hero at all will depend on tho length of tho series at Montreal. ROSE BUDS TO PLAY QUEBEC Quebec, March 24.-Secretary Barney Kalno, of the Quebec Hockey club stated.that arrangements were almost completed with the Portland team tor ixn exhibition game with the Quebeo-ers some tlnto next week, tlie date to bo announced later. STANLEY CUP TONIGHT 1) The third match for the Stanley cup will bo played at Montreal tonight; Canadlens vs Portland, Pays to Advertise When Cleopatra, wise old girl, Got gay om night and dranlt a. poarl AU frugal folic cried out "for shame But marvelled at her Just the same; And slio >vaa li'lglitrj-tmd she was wlso To thus got'm and'uilvertlso. ore out of order. Make tlie doctor's test. Examine your urine. It should be n light stra\v color-if it is highly colorca, redtl^li or deep or.ingc-if the odor is strong or'.iinusnRl-if "brick dust" or mucus is present, look to the kidneys. They are out of order. Get GIN PILLS at once, and take them .regularly. 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