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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TIIUHSDAY, MAnCH 29, 1917 ummniDGK DAILY PAGE THHF.E Clonie Tail May Box Ben Haskell BOXING CARNIVAL FOR RAYMOND FAIR? Ross vs. Mantel! Go Is Suggested Clonie Tntr, the EdinoMon milt manipulator, has been EQ- In our midst for a couple of.weeks past, U likely to hook up with Benny of Winnipeg, cither In Medicine Hal or Moose Jaw' within the next few days. The attendance at the Franks- ChallH bout at Medicine Hat sur- prised the promoters there, and Ihey are encouraged to take an- other chance, tf Talt and Has- kell come together they will put up an exhibition that will please the Mad Hatlera. Tatt Is In good shape and should put up a great argument against HaikeH. The men wpuld -prob- ably meet at 135 pounds ringside, which -is about the beet Haskell can do. Talt has been training conscientiously and Is ready to go Into the rtng any time. The other day he and Young Al Ross mixed U In Ironing quarters and Clonie learned some things.. He took a blue lamp nway with him as a. souvenir, but his style Is (tie go- get-'em variety that takes the fans, The few who saw Ross looien up during1 the encounter, say he IB good as ever and In good condition, There is some talk of staging a big boxing carnival during the Raymond fair next summer, and Young Rose and the original Frank Mantell are looked upon as likely contenders In the main bout with the middleweight cham- pionship of Canada at Blake. The itaymond fair always di-aws. a moniter crowd and a guod bout would be n great card. lETEEraSAGOIIKER ITMIOUS SUM OF 11.50 California Mapquerader Flittet When He Was Brought lo Task, OKaiva, Alar alleged Ton LongLoal wbo IIRH been decclvln; Kouilicrin-rfl mid winter tourists I1 CalUontia, lins finally been untnnsket A loiter received from a irell know Ollmva citizen, who Is alayhiK Co onailo Heiicli. L'al., gives Uio flrat tru particulars In connection wllli Id t-apailQs of Ibcfictt tloun alblctc. The miknmvn Indian arrived Ihcr alout a niuulli and WCIK filvo tbo freedom of tho city, KO to Biwal- after bavlnu declared that he was Hi original Toni Ixmgboat, ;uid Hint ii just bath from France, whtre I had served IHlcen montliH willi 11 Princess 1'atB. He dlBplaycil a mcd and a deep Hear on chosl, once became a hero In San DicKO. I B.E IjanquiHed and cHiiCfl on nil tildi ntl jjave a Iccturo on life In II [ronchcs. He also presenter! Din co ors to u new beliiK Iticrc. Last week an Ottawa man who h met Tom Longboat, saw Hie psem Ills Viral frame of S'enson- Cuhs Find Sledding Twining Camp News. Woiahaclilc, Teaafi, March !ohb nliiyed In lite flm same of the cuson loijay, railing lo net a hit, otng HCTiaallQiial Do Americans dcfcalod iho Kort Vorlh tcnm G to 3. Succfiilve Bases on Balls Fatal. New Orleans, Lu., Alanli Pit her A. L. dould paused five moil Jn accession in the ninth innliiR oJaj-'fi exhibition here imd en ihtcd New Orleans lo dcfeal'Clove ami, S lo 1. Herbert Kelly, a recon 'aeldc CoaKt' acquisition to NTew Or eajis, lilt a linmc run with one on Ii ,hc seventh Cubs Have Hard Time, Miami, -March Chi- rago Nfl'.ioiial league club xnf-. 'crcd n tlefcat here today before Uiey! no.scd out the MJajnl tuani (lie Fcoro of 5 to 'A. Miami liundicil lilts Jlcnrh'lx in the ctglilh Itinlug for three runs. llemlrlx ami Elliott; I'Mtclnicr and "Caaty" Stenael Signs Contract. Xciv York, March Word was received today from Itnt Springs, Ark., thai outnclder HLcii- otic of (lie laat of Hie UrooMyn club's holdouts, 1ms n contract wild I'rcalflciH Kbbells, Heinle Groh Homesick. Giiiciiinad; March Presidenl August Herrmann or the Clnclnnali was notified last that .Ijer Jn ivlikli be Etated LO was "homesick." Otficr Baseball Scores, Memphis, Tonn., ilnrcli Mem- ihls Southern nasoclallun 6, opinion In T Ihc major league clubs within nr three weeks. H Tunis that nearly two hundred players vi'lU bo turned back In the minors or released outright These men have liccn taken to Llic southern training camps on specula lion, bul it is sail! that very few ol Ilioro have shown the neccssnij qualily- ft is reporlctl tlinl many o the candidates need moro cxpcricuce in tho minor leagues before they can ho taken permanently hito Tnst com- Ijaay. So mo of (lie recruJls irero ilrafled or "purchased" Irom the mln- ora (or Iho sole purpose ol covering llieni up- They will bo returned In accordance with jirivaLo agrcemcnls with Ihelr former employers. When Ihe shifting process ends the major leagues will carry nbout 37fi men through the regular season, 200 In the American, aril 175 In Iho Mallonal, unless tho club owners nrc compelled lo reduce expenses hccauae oC Inlcr- naUonnl complications. FIGHT REFEREE'S WIFE WINS SUIT San Franclaco, Mar. J. Murnaky oC (lie superior court here, awarded Mrs. Nellie tloclie loday ngainst Pauline Lore, an lielresa for nllcnallon of alVcctiona ot her husband, William Hocho, fight referee and sporting man. Mrs. liochc sacd .for The rule'of Ihc major leagues that puts a, han on regular umpires as- poclalins .wilh players tlurinR (ho training season aiul acline as In exhlblll.in games 13 hailed with Joy by the arhllnUor.s of the minor leagues, 'who Lima sec a clmncc to pltk up a bit of extra money before the regular seasons Open. BRIDGE COLLAPSES. Quebec, March Iron bridge on Llic I. C. H. near .St. Germain Drummoiirivlllc ctmnly. collapsed Hiis morning through ice pressure. Trains were filonpcH hftforu rcarhfng the fcriOgc, thus avoiding accidents. Ilarons bowlers again shoiVcd (licit class to the Calgary cracks, Inat ing-, when they ngnm defcaleil Patrick, und Black In a five gnnie series by SI' Turner rolled Ihc last livo games In iilaco ot Dlack. All four bowlers fell flown in Ihelr first ganjes, clivitling twelve splits heUvcen them. Tho scores were: Barons Moore 141 ]CC ISO 179 1S1 Hlark 130 IS7 1S1 233 155 277 353 3G1 412 Calgary Patrick 110 132 17G 17S 153 Black laa 173 IIS Tiirucr 190 157 295 3C1 324 3G3 PROFESSOR DEAD. St. Jolinf N. fl., March A. Sin I Hi, processor oC classics, ht Maun t Allison university, SacK died today, aged about. 70. "Dutch11 Leonard pitcher with the Boston Americans last season, In reoorted to have agreed to terms for fhfs seaEOn. Miss Florence Walton, of the Fencers Club of.Tisw York won the women's National fencing championship in eight straight bouts in tdc tournament held at New York last night. With Chick finnflU there 13 inucli interest, in the development ol Louis Uuiato as n first sucker on the part of Cleveland fans, Reports from Ihc camp tit New" Orleans nre thai linisto. reported fat and Manager Tohl is giving him a lot of ICE work lo get him down to about 200 pounds play- ing weight. Tlie Detroit club is not missing anything. Its scouts nlll look over tho material in other major league (raining camps and (luis ho nlilo (o give tlctinlLo opinion on tbc worth of youngsters upon ivltoni waivers niiiy bo asked. Pitchers arc to.he given particular attention by Mr. Niivln's gumshoe men. What we Advertise we Sell. What we Sell Advertises Us! For ;i few (toys more, only tii-cs. Get your chains .for wet weather. Keep your r.nv have Ihc polish. The new style bumper is all the rage. We have them and everything else up-to- ilatc. BAALIM MOTOR CO. BACK OF UNION BANK MARRY HOLMAN, The Ford Is Economicad T HE.average mau ban easily afford a Ford car. It is the most inexpensive car lo drive. 20 to 25 miles on a gallon of gaso- line is an every-day occurrence. 33 miles is frequently reported by Ford owners. Yearly repair expenses of less than one dollar are not unusual. The car is light in weight, and tires give more mileage on a Ford than on any other car. You can buy a Ford for yourself and one for your Wife for the price Ford Motor Company of Canada, Limited, Oner 700 Ford Service Stations in Canada. of one car at You con run both Fords at about the same expense ae for one larger, heavier car. You cnu always sell a "used" Ford at a good price. You have to accept a big reduction for a "used" larger car. Go and take a ride in the' 1917 model. See how comfortable it is. And stylish, line effect, tapered hood, crown beautiful finish. You need one for business. Your wife and children need one for pleasure and health. Ford Garage 1232 Third Avenue S. Lethbridge ;