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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta rrmuv. NOVEMBER 10, into THE LETHBRIDGI5 DAILY PAGE THIIEE HERALD SPORT SECTION Herald Two Hits Fund Richer Today By Ahout Ross and Kid Evans the Sara Makes His How to Mat Fans Mr. U'outhonmui hud ;t grouch last higlit ami did Ms best lo put u crimp In tlif Tobacco Fund smoker under the auspices of the Letlibriago Sports aad' Amusement club, but evun if lie iliil put a crimp in ilie crowd and llu; receipts, he didn't feaze the program which was cluseliist smoker bills ever presentd to 'tlie Fans in thin neck of the woods. The volume and variety of the bill wax consideriibly Ju the load of the volume and variety the maxuma at tlie front end of tlie IheutrP. However, when the smoke had all cleared away, there was to be- turned over to the tobacco fund that will buy a week's supply of the weed lor a couple of platoons any- w ay, The funs who were on deck were mighty glud they hraved the storm for they got a new line on Vqung tho south'H popular young mid- dloweight. Hoss apyunrod in four rounds of showy boxi-.ig with Kid Ev- ans, a new boxing uhenoin who 1ms invaded the south. RUSH stands high- er than ever in the estimation of the fans ot the south because of his show- while more than one would be willing to post a niece of coin on Ev- tiu9 that he would boai any man of his wolght who has ever appeared in the ring in) this way. Ho Is considerably Kmullur than Ross, uut he took what minishmimt was coming to him, giv- ing back all he had, and smiled tor moro. The crowd wanted to dub him "Smiling Kid Kvuna." floss and Evans furnished the main event of tin) amoker. The four rounds were fast as lightning, both boring in at every opportunity. It was notice- able that Ross lias not lost his right punch since he met Kddie Brusso. It worsts with machine like precision. Ilo showed more footwork too, than Ihe fans have ever seen him display. Kvnns is all to the good in every de- partment, carrying 11 healthy wallop. These two boys came to J-cthbridge for the Hinotier.charging im their bare hotel and ralhvay oxiieuRes for the trip. Another bout that moro than pleased tlie tana was the wrestling bout be- tween Jack Sara and Dob JIcHierson. This was Sara's first appearance be- fore an audience of Lethbridge fans and he made a mighty favorable im- pression. Sara uncorked a whole box of tricks in the mat game and the fans voted him tlie best middle ever Keen in action here. A little wrest- ling'tuck thorn back to the old times Jack Taylor, ex-cop, used to 'make Lethbiidge hla homo and wrest. ling bouts were all the Sara and Hob worked 1T> minutes to u draw, and the surprise of the match as much as anything else was the way tho popu- lar nostman handled himself on the. mat." He is a wrestler of no mean CURLEHS' ANNUAL Curlers should 1101 lot-pit Iliu annual meeting callui! (or tonight In the Chinook club wliou officers I'nr coming year will be elected mill ilm winter's program outlined. ability and could ho........ 'them with a littki training. '-Sara dis- played a grunt hi.s. wondcn'ul IS inch nerk helping considerably.; The boys went from one hold to an- other, first one on lop of the ami then lite other, showing all thy holds, in tho gaum. H was Hi'eut work. _________, i Tho opening numoer of the 'pro-; gram was u olack and white jn lengthy Epistle He Sets its MM 7 aotH the.se two should not be overlooked. made many of the iirtista look like thirty cents. Some Very Funny Alibis Lyie Kairlturst and went three rounds t pounds. Doing 15S ring- makes it iike rolling oft' a log. I I shall DC giad to have you print in i your paper this i letter or excerpts I therefrom that the good people of your city who patronize boxing may understand the true conditions as they exist between Weeks and Ross. And in conclusion let me state that I the only reason the Weeks-Ross match was not staged in Calgary last mouth because it could not he. And by S the time Mr. Brown made ills tirst I offer for the match in I had arranged for Weeks' tour through the east and wai then ready to start. Trusting this finds you in the. very best and with kind wishes to our friends in Lethbrtddo, 1 am, Verv sincerely, "liiiidy" Bishop, .Manager for Billy Weeks, Champion of Canada. Care of .loe Nolan, The Enquirer, Cincinnati. Ohio. SHOULD HOLD HIM! Barney Dreyfuss, the Pirates' boss, wants a' national commission compos- ed of members who have no connection with baseball. If that's all Barney wants, he need look no further than the present ''comuiish." Has not thc chairman been president of the Cin- cinnati Reds for years? Prompt Relief from the all-too-common ills of the digestive (stomach, torpid liver and inac- tive found in the always safe, sure, quick-acting BEECHAM'S PILLS Urgeat Sttle of Any Medkina in the World. 1 Sold everywhere. Inboiei, 25 cents. i T T -f BOWLING Open Afternoons ...and Evenings... THE "DOMINION" BOWLING ALLEYS (Basement Dominion Building) ,J D. Hiclnhothain Co., Limited, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CHEMISTS v PHONE 322 !0ur slock of Neilson's is and varied 'V Prices range from 50 cents tb tHE FRANK IIKDLEY DRUG CO. Carry Chocolates. Prlcet lOc to Guaranteed Freth. DRAW UP CARPETBALL SCHEDULE TONIOHT At a meeting ot representa- lives ot the different teams to- nlpht the City Carpetball lea- gue will be launched for the winter and a' schedule drawn np. Eight fraternal societies have entered teams and every- 'thing looks rosy for a good winter's sport. .Last night Court Unity and Court Star, two of the league teams, played a friendly game, each team winning a game. All renrsaontatives of the different teams are requested to be sure to he on hand to- night. A Sunny Disposition in the morning follows the use of WARNER the night before GARAGE FORD ;