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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUKDAY, NOVEMBER 3, ,1jU7 IMI nnminiK HJMLT PAGi'. THR135 "BRINGING UP D By b. McManus i> lOtETlK ffl Is a. Light Heavyweight Tail Wan Is Is Kid Sandow? Toronto, Nor Longboat, fti mous Indian marallion runner, who lias been'twice unofflcinlly reported Score Tied a Couple of Times Firuil Count Seventy-six lo Seventy-three It's to long since Lethhrldge fans have seen Young Al Ross In action-'against a ".man of hli'own calibre thai they are getting pseyed over his non-appearance. II had-b'een thought Billy: Weeks .could be eecured, but "Biddy" Bishop set Ihe'figure too.hlgh once more and theldeal fall Ihroush In, the meantime. However, Al Moore, of Great light'h'tavywelnht, ha's been secured and Indications arc that-he will: ;the licil Idol'of the Unn In a round .'90 about 1. Moore'had '311 tion a 'couple of years aco as a mlddlewe'ghl. He 'has taken on weight, however, .and In condition cannot scale ac'lovJ SB 158. H. M. Barralt, former sporting editor of the Great Falls .Tribune, recom- mended him 10 the "local club as a man who ablo to make Rots go tho ,limit'to win. It was Bifrart list'winter. .'Nuf A'- Ictt cr was by club yeilerday .from In-Mooje Javv aoklng' for return ir.alsK nerel A'.letter Is now way to': Harry Andar- ion at Seattle, and If he Is will- ing terms are not too fans may see this pair In befora ohrlelmas. Kid SnndevV of Medicine Hit, will likely Walter Andenon't nejl .wrestling, opponent here. Is txpVoied- from. him; any day. if -V Harry-Helh.tayt la willing to mert Anderson In a flmo.for.a sldebet... backing' Helh, who uy> Ihil If. he had a month to-get In condition.! he couldfpln to Inci'mat. Amierion saya to-'.Heln. la one of the most ribld 1ml excit- ing and well contested games ot tho year Ihus far the Monarchs defeated tlie yY" to the tune of 'C-73. The score Elves a looil inillcalion of the lias ween iv.-icc unuiuuiuuj play. It was featured hy spectacular killed In action in France, still Is aUvo. [shoolbc on uolli sides. Cant. Tom Flanagan, former manager I The same v.'as started with four of tlie Indian, had a letter from a side on account of the absence today, in which he threatens to take jot a Monarch and the started at action against an Indian in Iho Hulled I once lo pile ,up art enormous score ...I... I.I.B tinnn rATiro Gp n t In r M m- nvftp Iho Alflnflrrlis Thn States who haa been representing him- ilf as Longboat. r- "No doubt you irlllp'be surprineil to hear from iho real, original, mysteri- ous Bald the letter, in quaint plira-EcoloBj'. "And I wanl you lo do me a favor, If you please. For- ward this leller lo the Canadian gov- ernminl. It's up to him If he adopicd Ibis.letter or not. H'e for Ihe whole Dominion of Canada benefit, but also the people at home, as I lilis to sug- eest verj useful for tola rirescnll-rcar ns earnest as .possible." Lbnebgat Ibit In pr: dei litat tbo Gernidns 'ah'allbe'inndB to understand army niesBages, .they bo translated in Iho Indian language, addlnE: "You" limy think lhls: too, but I wonted an easier-Job. J did not the job and another thing, there .-is nobody else tbal can talk my Ian- Iguage.- I am all I know tho-Woni-wk people can .do II. They h'avo cducalion and I liafe none, only tha brains; I only man.' _.iil lead over the Monarcha. The VY" forwards could not miss baskets for n while and at the end of the half the score stood 29-2G. The Monircns coining hack strong during tlie close of Hie lialf." The second half, dcrclopeaf iato'a regular melee of Hying arms and legs. Lund now on Ibelr line- up, the Monarchs were going like a house alirc and the shooting was the most accurate seen around here- on any occasion. caught up and from then on it was a eee-saiv from ono side lo -the oilier for tha lOTig" end of "the score. "When 'the final irlVlstle was blown Ihe score was C2-C2. Jl wflg decided lo play an extra firs minutes each way. The Monarchs first 'madn'a couule of baskets, llien the "Y" evened up. tbe score sllll oven wilh. about Mfteen seconds to go, Rogur Lund tossed one in from centre, leather with a-foul tally and Ihe-Monarchs Tho Indian's animosity toirflrd lie man he thinks Is him as expressed In Uiia lanfiuage: "I WM over lo Ironfnnes Iftst ulshl and I -ffaa sweating like an old horse. I-'WM cortred ifilb mud from, heaa to [pot and I don'l know many llmoa I fell in the shell holes OTer the wires. They cuOme all up. Every- thing waa flying iroond, hlij orplos- Ivea, arirapn'eli "whizz babgf, coal boj- ea, rum Jars, oil .drums. That mado mo real lore on tbli feUow baring good lime all oTer cpunlry on my re- pulstlon. so.I nm golns to.jinl an ac- tion ngalnat that man. I am going lo h'avy three chargw afalnal Iblc rnanr bno for making false statement, ojio for Impersonation, 'third, Inlent lo defraud tho nubile nt large. Now It's up (o'Jndga vlial'klnl of punlsn- ho give for Ihtl." self- jwcre pronounced winners. For (ho conquerors, special m euuLBj.' tion is due H. Hudson who located the loop for nice field baskets. Also P. Irwln wiio mado ihz high score of tbo evening wKh seventjan [out -and eight field baskets, piQUIng llm 33 points. And Murray, who formed the hub of their coniblna tlon and also locatnd the ilvs, ilmefi. FVed Darla and Roger Lund played their usual steady guard games. for Hie losers Iho Ibree din all the sHo'o'iing, L. Dunsworth BecurHig 30, M. Dunaworlh 25, an" Cosgriff 18. Tho FlwiSH WRESTLING HATCH "Dca Molnet, Iowa, Barl Caddock, oJ Anlla, Iowa, defending elmlrn lo tbo worlds wre'atllug charc- pionahlp, will meet Yusiff Humane, tha Turkish wrestier, In n flnlnh cilcb- match hord Nov. 21, ac- cording to an announcement today. 'l CARPETBALL, The letorn friendly lame 4 between Mooi'j a.nd Court Unity at carpetbnll Look place 4 last evenlnc, when Mooas took iwaet rareage for Iholr defeat of a fow ngo. Fonr camct irero played and ft llnlly only managed to lust win out in the lut, .the, Moose i taking 3 oat of 4. The scores r were 1M, ii-8 combination at times was unbealnble. It was a scrappy and rough gamo, ,but after It wrs all over, good will and satis faction was ovldenl on both aides Tho Jlne-up and score werfi na fol lows: Jlonarchi. "Y" Forwards P. Irwln........33 51. Dunsworth 35 W. Murray.....II Coaerlff .IS Centre' R. Lund.........6 L. Dnnsworlh 30 Guards F. Darls........ 2 C. Jonas ----0 H. HilOEon......21 V. Gillies, A. (i 76 '73 Tbe league standing now Is: Won. Lost. 4 2 Monarchs 4 2 BUn...... 3 2 Women Who Drive Cars tlkt 14 Mmi in Uialr mirter MMDM oi tha whkti we live, No i hurry you may wa can and vrlll yovenr- Motor Parlors THE HOUSE OF 8ERVIOI FIFTH %TREET SOUTH LETHBRIDQE, ALTA. 4.WINN.HA Vancouver, Kor. four Utm hocXoyk league ivhlch Js reported ss vraposeA (or (tie east wilt be quite ac- ceptibli lo. the issoclellon, pro- vided (he composition Is. (ha same, according 'lo t wire caal list night hr President Frank Palrlck. PatrlcV IFM hy wjre what tlie nulludo of the Coast assocUdon Vould be toward the neir leagne It It irera formed by (he present especial- ly In connection with world's terlen and Iho ilnnln; ot pltjen, .Mr. IOTIK aa tho compotmon of .tbe feague the tame as formerly he will offer lie ob- jection and'adds thnt pernonaHy lie n-mild favor a four (cam as BLgalnsl one of ffTe.tcanis' 61 operated In A Uetjuo If too dlfflcult to handle, he aiiluf and mean that one (earn was I'Tvflrs lille anri to giro them a ahon three matches htd be pUjed Kitchen Mystery -n sponr FANS masked Led men AH OPEN LETTER To tho Chief Geographer, Oltawa. Dear irant to make And TTB I: now. You'll agree H's B. good one. Tho olher nlgM vaa a. real WUd west sUck-uu i At Barons, Alberta, When Cleaned a live buncb K Engaged io ihe national garaa Or poker To the tune of about i' EIoTenN hundred Iron men. And they stood for It, f At least some stood, And some sal. "_ Chfit satjtrilh the gun Wlgfllng round Jile em And dup nj> 547. Fuller dropped His'n In a vraler bucket Savtog liis Slim 1 Dlred under the table storm blow over, And another live ona L Who hacrjust opened Tho pel On an ace lull Glued his fingers On taVpastcboards In Ms hands P hc3tl, While the slick-up mnn Qrabhed the guy's .cola On the laljlo Evidently figuring v Thst coin in (he hand Is woTlh niora _ThBTi K full house the olhcj (ellow'a. And when It was Cbet ttld "Thal'i no nice deil" For f k Country Benllcmnn." So what KB iranl to know, Afr, Chief, li. If you don't think The name ol (hut tame burr Shouldn't bo changed To SUckup Gulch ;''Or Dwth Valley pr-Heno, WORLD SERIES HEROES OTHERS To the Illustrious names ol Fat Dougherty and Harry Hooper fit the world's series liail of fame add the name of IJenjamin Michael Kauff. When Uenny drove the ball in.o the lower right fieM Eland at Iho Polo grounds on Otl. 11. for His second circuit clout (if ho a feat thai onlj-1 wo other players have doae Ju a world's Kcrlea game. Pat Dougherty, outrieltlc-r or ttie Boston lied Sox, m. the 1903 scries against] i'lUsliurg, hit two home runs in the, second gamo of that set, played Pitcsliurg. Harry Hooper, Boston out- fielder, in repealed at Phils' park in the fifth game of the 1915 series with Ihc Flullies. Strange to relate, none ot these p] ay era turned In the second home' run againset tlie pHclicr who had j yielded Ihe first. Douglierly made Ufa Ions drives off Leaver, who started (Ihe game, and VHU, his successor. [Hooper made liie first home run off Erskmc Mayer anil the secoud off Ep- 1 pa Illicy. Kauff made his flrEt homer I olf Urhan Fnbcr and Dave Danforth j j was pitching iviien ho drove out the J second, Only sir players hare been able lo gel two home runs in one lo mention two in the same game. Be- sides (he three players named the athletes who Jiavo gained Faroe' wllh Iwo circuit-drives in the series Your call for assistance be promlly answered when- ever your machine may be disabled, and whecevffr It may be located. We keep our tmcrgency ear ready to bring first aid to In dis- tress. Our charges are not kind that will add to your burdens. CAUTION Remember to draw your rait- _lators. This means money to you. BAALIM MOTOR CO. HOME OF THE CHEVROLET, BACK OF UNION BANK HOLMAK, MjH, And appropriate. Bill Slobre'ihlghl su Something fancy. (hank you. Or g nlca l-j." are Fred Clarice, UDleasheJ two against llic Tigers in 1309; Frank Ba- ker, who made homers on successive days in tlis series betrreen the Mack- men 2nd Giants in 1D11, and Larry Gnrduer ot Sox, who imiiched out Lw.o circuit cloiiia on. enccosfllrc days R gainst Brooklyn last year. Of (he players wlio have baf- Lled in. the world's" game's be- tween National and'American leakue champions since 1903, only LiTcnly have enjoyed the dlstlnct'on of hUHng home runs. The Leaders of this epecl- ally have been Frank Baker of the once-champion Alackmeii, and Larry Gardner oC the Boston Red Sox, each with three circuit clouts, distributed over two ibr each. Then come four players who bays, ttrke pounded out homers in iho world's series games. Fat Dou'shertr, Fred Clarke, Harry Hooper and Beany Kauff. Tho players who have mada one homo run are JJriiiny.Sebrlnff, Joa- TlDlier, Dary Sam Crawford, Danny Murphy, Rube Oldrtng, Larry- Doyle, Wolly Ludcrus, H. Myers and Oscar FeUich. When'It is recalled that the list of players' who have participated in the seVentf-cight" games played by thp rlral champions since 7903 aereral hundred, the homo run sel Is somewhat exclu- sive, Safety Razor He'll Appreciate Your Good Judgment As Well As Your Good Wffl r if for Christmas, 1917, you send Kirri a Safely Razor! That's the gift that is valued Overseas for itself as well as for the of the sender. Few articles of personal 'equipment acre so welcome, for the Gillette is known up and vdown tffe Allied by Canadian, Briton and Anzac, Frenchman, Italian and Anxricftn, u lure passport to a clean and enjoyable sKave. Even if he already fad one, the mart in whom your centre will be glad to get another Gillette Safely Razor. For under equipment so sought after (he Gillette strays easily and ofttn, and he may now be trying to wony along again without one. Se whatever your box may contain, don't forge! GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR-and grod supply o< Uada. an confMtW- WUpmaiita H yon prefw, vrifl lake your through your dealer or dired, and deliver the razor of your choice from our nearest depot Orerseas. Ask your dealer about thii when he you his Gillette aHortrnent. Standard Seta and "Bulldog" cost .tS.OO-Pocket; Editions to Combination Sets up-at'Drug, Jtwelry and Hardware Stores. 'Smtltiii Gillette GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR CO. OF CANADA, Offke uri GOrfte tWWlnf, Montra.1. Tf3 ;