Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
TUKSIMY, MARCH 27, 1917 TIIK DAILY HICHAM) PAGK THHBE HERALD Scallle, Slarch Seattle hockey tenm won tlio vrorlii'a nuil cup hero ton I KM vlico they- wnlloncd tlio Canadlcna of Montreal, In the fourth game of Iho fierles and counted a third straight victory, Ttio xcora was nlno foal.i to ono hut llio game waa rcully a vhUcwash for Iho eastern cli amp- long. Tlicy wcro not ouJy nt lliolr own Blx-iuan style, but In ovcry deimrtnicnt of tlie jilay. It was tbo c-Eounc.st gflino ot the tier- pen ally luintl ed out. Tlio Healllo leara Hie enttro AT THE "V" lo 5.00 p.m., v swlut. 'f (o p.m., reKUlar Intermediate gym. rluss and swim. v lu S.vO. v p.m., icKular special Junior gynv class and swim, ,J. Juc Wood IK gone from Ihe lied hut onthualLiatlc soibcs at Hot Kuriiics rlcclaro Harry IJJIH new Jon Vfwti In Tyson, NIC youngster from llio Unf- fata Internationals. "If anything ho liaa a Ijttter nnd frcdr arm move- ment Iliun Woorl." na'ya DUO critic. Now If ho only can show thu speed, the curves and the brains. miUvlllc; had arranged a 4icul by Coinntrjii was to be traded We linvc llii'in ami cveryHiinn else up-lo- dale. BAALIM MOTOR CO. BACK OF UNION BANK HARRY HOLMAN, Mgr. Auction Sale ister Fiirmers or ranchers, If you contemplate having nn auction Eile of farm stock It pay you to see Ed, Popham, the Bar- ons auctioneer for dates. A sat- isfied patron lo my best adver- tisement, Havi'ng had 30 years1 experience in raising and hnnti- ling all kinds of live stock and know the value of eame. This Is the secret of niy success HE an auctioneer. FOLLOWING SALE DATES ARE RESERVED. C, E. Hollinbeck, Wednesday, March 23, on S. E. of Sec, 25- 12-24, miles N, W, of Bar- one. Horses, cattle and hogs. The late Edison Tuesday, April .3, on Sec 29-W-22, 4 miles east of Uarons. HorseEj caltle, hogsi mnchinery, ED. POPHAM, The Barons Auctioneer CaJgarr, 'Mar H true to fonu DIU Gray and Fred Brown won Hid 10-pin ujalch last even- Ing on tlio Exchange alleys from Bar- ons and 'liethbrlilgQ- teams by PL mn- JorlLy of J32 Hie 15-gaino ser- ies. The -grand totals were: Calgary, M01; Baroas Lcllibridgc u.OCS. Tlio Calgary team entered Ins'., even- lug's game Uic favorites, notwllli- EUiultns tho fact -tlioy wcro ilowu.20 pins on llio Barons Icum, the fang rig- urins -Gray and IJrown were rolling iiOilth they are accustomed to. It" was not until Hie fiflli frame OL Uia last game Lliat the scries put on Ico, aftnougli Hie loral trund- lers wore up 47 pins. Dolh Gray uiicl Jlrowti started ii series of strikes anil each striking out for games or iU and The pace was loo Cast for Hie fioiilliern toiviis1 rs. The first game KoL under way prcat style. Stark siarLIng oft with a Gray a strike and .Moore ,1 eparo. local boys jumped Into Ihc lead and held it until the cud, al- though Slnrk liud a chance ot lylue (hem, but lid blew the last two frames. with a ICO score, put Ihc local U) am np 36 pins, a margin of 62 pins for lhe game. The new ping seemed to bother each bawl cr, Shovur and Evans especially, who hit thorn lor sure strllwa, only t leave o split standing, Calgary gMuccl 23 more In the sec Barons'took the fourth game by 21 pins, pulled the lead pt'llic lo- cals down to 47 uins. Stark started >if with four strikes mid a spare. Tlio irat Wow ol tlic ci'ctiins was matte in .lie eighth frame, when Evans missed lie seven pin by a liair. Shovcr howl- ed in hard luck all. the way. getting l nfler ending wilh n, US re. Starling blf with spares apiece: for onil game, which KRDIO -oT tlic (Jray nml Urcrivu Ihe [icores Ihe total (331) being high, llh l.clhbridKO In sccoud. nlacc'alul llarons In third. For excitement and close finishes Iho thinl garni! was by far the best of Iho five. Hill Gray picked off the high Karac nf the. evening, rolling 5.17. Slarli 'nnd .Moore rolling games of I'M and ICO for a iolal ot 413, kept Ihe Calgary cm'cVs from piling up another lead. "Slark" kept the rooters In hot ir.itcr by striking out, for a 224 score, tnl Jloore ran Inlo n series of spills for the tunrk, ivliich EIVC Calgary the game by three pins. I.cLnbrldgc rolled 335. Calgary Increased their lead lo C2 pins. 'our frames against strikes made bj .he visiting learns, il lookcil Uroivn and Gray ivcre going lo UL close pressed in Ihc-lasl Karae. Tlie inns slarlud fallin.q from the [raruc for (lie locals and uotl Ilrown ahd Gray seat down strike af ter strike, bolh striking oul, llrowi scoring 814. and Gray 216. Slark am Moore ran into' some h.id sjiiils fron the middle frame and. their gooi starts ended Mith 170 scores apiece Evans and slmv'cr Jumped into ECCO.II place with 357. Calgary's tolnl cf 42 increased their lead to 132 pins whic' :hl down the money for the ser Ics. The scores: Calgary Brown 19-', IS'J ,5P 1SS 93 Only 1S5 172 2S7 5S 351 331 -11C 335 Barons Stark IC1 150 221 ISO SS ..101 15S ISO 196 3Z2 30S 413 37ti Lethbrldge 15G ISO US 14S 170 172 174 SI S04 320 335 Summary for S 1C3 Brown 43 n7 Moore....... 61 Ehover U D6 The Foot Toggery's Well-fitted Shoes Arc Tlic .Foundation of Good Dress AVOl'o THE LOSS AND DISAPPOINTMENT THAT A POORLY FITTED ILL CHOSEN STYLE BY'MAKING YOUR SELECTIONS FROM OUR "UP-TO-THE-MINUTE" STOCK. W. J. NELSON CO, SHERLOCK BLOCK. FOUR-NINETY nVE PASSENGER TOURJMO CAH fULLV EQUJPPCD STANDARD EQUIPMENT Valve-in-head motor. New front suspcn- Streamline body. Eleclriclightingand start- ing system. Selective gliding gear transmission, 3 speeds forward and reverie. sum. New acceleratorfoot real. Oil indicator light equip- ment. road clearance. Cantilever springs Improved upholstery. Mohair top.. 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