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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATimDAY, NOVKMHUU THE DAILY HERALD SPORT SECTION ROSS AND COHEN SIGN UP IK DILLON MEEIS TARTAR IN NIKE BIG BOUT COMES OFF NOV. 22 LOCAL FAN GIVES BOOST PAGETUH15E iucls.eaoh, Q lor BOc CliicK, I'ciilioJy M-.ikt "I'd so tulles to see. the match between Billy Weeks and Young Uoss." Sergt. May. remiltillK here for the American LoKion, was faiiiiliiK ycs- terilay afternoon when he delivered himself of the above statement. Beret. Hay Is somewhat of a rini! master himself lie knows the same from in- side tlie roues us well as Hie rliiB- Bldc seats, lie has seen both hoys in action "It would he the prettiest tight ever pulled off on this side of the parallel." Incidentally, Hie uorscant is a Ta- coinu man and knows lllddy Bishop well, and lie believes the fisht will eonie off yet. lie knows Weeks' stylo of ilKhtins too. for he lias worked out with him on numer- ous occasions. So he knows what ho Is talking about so far as Weeks is concerned. And having seen 110.19 ill action here, his opinion of the pro- posed match is worth Incidentally, again. Se.rtl. Hay knows Ike Cohen who will up npainst Ross here on Wednesday. No- vember 22. He saw Cohen and .loe Bonds fislil in Tacoma. of course, floods niueh the heavier man. won. hut It was a swell affair. Cohen is ;i classy scrapper and tile bout with lloss will' liu nothing if not fust anil furious. Arthritis .'or the Uoss-Cohen contest were signed jin liy Ross anil Hudson fur that end on Thursday night after the smoker. Cohen'" articles Imvo been sent him cart! of the Sporting l-Mitor Hreal Falls Tribune, ami will i In- bad: in a day or so. Cohen, how- ever, lias confirmed by win; his in- tt-nlion to meet Koss on Nov. 22. so there's no douht about the match com- i inv oil' Cohen IB required lo bo in ithc city week before the malch should arrive nlionl next Tuesday niphi Cohen has a great record, unit oiii- of the items in it which stands ,11111 is a win over'Hilly Worts in lour rounds ul San Francisco. Uuri-jR Ills tanning spell, it liovclop- 1 c-d that Sorgt. Hay is a funnel' mom- i bcr of the Washington State College football team on svliich he played with Carroll Hieas. now with the French I Ambulance Corps. Higus bus recent- i ly br.en awarded the Croix do Guerre fur bravery on Ihc field. Another of his rushy "pals is an aviator in tho French army ami was one of the men who recently helped to bring down a noted aviator who had set mi a record lumber of aerial victories. Killer" is Outpointed by Mike In All Stages of Fast Ten-Round Go til. I'aill. Minn.. Nov. Dil- lon, of Indianapolis, labelled, the "giant killer." on account, of his ability to tame bigger men than himself, did not iind a "giant" ill MiUe Gibbons, of Si Paul, here tonight, but instead ran lip against a marvel of the ring who not only outpointed the lloosier mauler, hut outfought him In ten of the fastest and most territie rounds of battling ever witnessed in the big (auditorium. Mike's wonderful speed. jhis remarkable judgment of distances and. still greater, his phenomenal de- 'fensive taeties. simply amazed the 10.000 spectators, who cheered them- selves hoarse as they watched Ihe St. Pan! favorite pile up point after point on his man, who had been declared to lire tile best in the world at his weisnt. The Herald "Two Bits" Fund For Tobacco for the Soldiers MOST IS Some Tobacconists will try WHY? FLIGHT LIEUT. A. J CHADWICKl Canadian aviator who escaped from a Ceiman prison camp into Holland I and is boim: sent on lo Knglaiul. Hit! father is C. i.'hadwiek. of Toroulo. The Herald's two bit fund for to- i I uacro for the boys in the trenches' 1K1MO lor me uuyi- m u..- RIDLEY WINS CHAMPIONSHIP RIOTS apace. Already acknowledged s, Collep'' tliwu lias been Tin; following i.'our dmmmmislni) licro further imvi1 clotuiUMl: st. AmlrRW'K Collcm-, -K Mrs. Alvin Itiploy. J.. W. Mr. j luivi. ROIII; Ihromih tin; Mrs. Gno. Flominc, HIranor 1 (IcfciUed. rtilu FlfinliiK, Sonny Fleming. ij., nifl first clufpnt SIGN UP FOR BATTLE Winnipeg. Nov. 11.-Kd.lio Kiuratrd and Jack fmrke have signed up for a j boul in Saskatoon. Xov. 1C.; closed his deal hy wire last j Simply because there is less profit to them on "PROMOTER" at three for a quarter. S. DAVIS SONS, LIMITED, MONTREAL "hlakt'i of GeoJ Clean oca Half a Ccnlu'u" SALUTING OFFICERS ON LONDON STREETS PROVES EXHAUSTING London. Nov. a new army nrder, officers have begun to salute of- ficers of higher rank in the streets of London. The more frequented parts of the city are constantly congested with men in khaki and saluiln? al- ready had become an exhausting busi- ness when indulged in between offic- ers and men. Hut now the new tikast- I has gone forth as follows: "When not on duty or parade, hut in uniform, officers tinder the rank ol field officers will saluto all officer of field rank and upwards. Field ficers and general officers will salut.-! their superiors in rank." This means that all officers In uni- form below the rank: of major luusl I salute senior majors and officers ol hiL'her rank. It always has been eus. toinary for officers to salute tlie itv 1 slpnia" of the Victoria Crass. IHE I. H. C.'S The Hits took their first same in I ho city bowling league last night when, they relied merrily away from the I. ,H. C. team with the big total of -105 pins to spare on the three games. The nigh score of the even- ing was made by Sw.ason with the ISlks at G05, and ho was the only man on the two tennis to ton the 500 mark. Hoss of the Elks, inadil highest Indivi- dual score with 213. M'h0 scores were: Swansou Gallivan Rice Carberry Ross Breeze Uebersetzig Campbell Haight Mercer...... ELKS' 151 129 IIS '13S BOS B25 471 CUT SALARIES, HOCKEY PLAYERS j New Contracts Call for Decided Cuts IE Cause Vancouver, 13. Nov. has been received here to the effect that now that the pence agreement between the J'acitic Coast Ice Hockey association been signed, players in Ihe National Hockey association have received-contracts with slimmer salaries than during the I1.U5-H; sea- son. All contracts have been sent "roin every club and they are 'said to call for a decided cut. The Canadicns. Qucbccs and Ottawas are said to have lad considerable difficulty In liniiiR p their players for the coming cam- paign. Diiller Pllre, one of the Cana- lioll and a former local player, is sahl to have announced that ie 'would refuse to sign unless better terms were offered. FORMER Wi j Leo Cook, former Taber Hockey Player. Brother of Lloyd, On New Team B, 727 lioS I. H. C. 114 IIS 331) 105 167 404 '107 351 Ill 147 400 102 152 :lfiS 542 C87 Monday night the I. H. C. and Do- minions play. tt aMnituJ B" ll i" TOOKE COLLARS IKE BROS MONTREAL .in m ,Barons bowliug nearly everyoae in Barons is a howling are sending down their giants of the alleys to Lethbridgc tonight and hope to pick off the picked team of Iho city league that will he lined up against them. The mighty contest will bo waged on (he Dominion Alleys, commencing at S o'clock. A return game will likely be staged in Barons at some near date. Spokane, Nov.- are be- "imiinj' lo hum in Pacific Coast Hock- ey league circles. 1'oace having declared between tlie warring factions: of Hie hockey world the teams ol the; western asso'cTalion are uusily engag-i ed in securing their complement of players, and it is expected that all of the' club rosters will be pretty wall tilled within tlie next few- days. Lester Patrick, the manager of Ihc now Spo- kane club, has already secured the services of three stars and has seyer- _. youngsters signed-up for a with' the local siiuad. The voa'i'iirs already signed are "Dubbie" considered by many of the experts to be the best wing player in the game: "Hibby" Xlchol, star center-forward and goal-getter of last year's Victoria team, and Kenny fallen, who is the fastest skater playing the game. Sev- eral star amateur players ,vil! also be given a thorough tryout, and the loca1! manager expects to locate some more promising material before, tho practice season gets under way. Pat- rick is still angling for experienced players, however, and it is a safe bet that the team that goes on the ice rep- resenting Spokane hi the league race will lio one of the very nest that can be secured. U L Moynos and Leo Cook of Trail and Phoenix, British Columbia, respectively, are among the more pro. minent amateurs to be given trials. COVERS We Have Them for CHEVROLET FORD AXD LARGER CARS Good Prices on Heavy Chains Baalim Motor Co. Open Afternoons ...and Evenings... All Aboard for GLASGOW Good Service SAILING FROM MONTREAL ATHENIA Nov. 21 Sailing from St. John SATURNIA............... Dec. 5 Tickets from any railroad or sieam- DONALDSON LINE H E. LIDMAN, General Agent, Winnipes. -149 Main St. Ph. M. 5312 Vancouver, B.C. 331 Granville St. THE "u BOWLING ALLEYS (Basement uummion Building) GLEANED FROM THE WORLD OF SPORT Bob Brown, from his sequestered in Vancouver, admits that the Vancouver club' hail 47S managers, but he himself only drew salary. Charlie Simpson, featherweight champion of the British Isles, is here from Australia. He tells vis that Les Darcy is a greater fighter than Bob Fltzsimnions was in his prime. Tris Speaker has just returned from Canada where he has been hunting since the close of tho ball, season. Rut Tris has lost caste among his fellows. He has affected that Cana- dian foible; the wrist watch. Bolme was sold to the Cards and made good with Huggins' outfit from inn hiekoff. Tough luck for Joe Bonds! First he is sued an actress for a wad of cash, then hi; has to drop out of a match with Fred Fulton, which was Joe's first chance to lot tho people get a good look at his real class. The owners of the Cleveland Amer- ican league club have issued a state- ment that there n-ill be no change in managers of their team in 1017. Leo Fohi a contract to boss the club next season. OLD COUNTRY LOW ROUND TRIP FARES TO ATLANTIC SEAPORTS IN CONNECTION WITH OCEAN TICKETS, VIA ALL STEAMSHIP .LINES. Tickets on Sale. Nor. IHlli: Bcc. 31st, Final Return Limit Five Months From Dute of Issue. V'or Full Information Apply to S. B. MITCHELL, Ticket Agent. Lothbridge. R. DAWSON, District. Passenger Agent, Calgary. LENZES 1232 THIRD AVE. 8., LETHBRIDGE For Sale By FORD GARAGE SAY MAN, more disgusting than to pay a good price for a suit of clothes and then have it lose its shape and color in a few months. There are very few concerns that will guaran- tee their goods not to fade under the prevailing conditions, and we have been very fortunate in being able to secure exclusive agency for one of these. HERE We will make you a suit according to your every whim and fancy. You can .select your own patterns from a range of wonderful non-fading weaves of worsteds and serges. Absolutely guaranteed not to fade. Positively cut and tailored hand under your own supervision. You are the boss in every, respect We not only guarantee the goods, but we guar- aiitee the fit and finish. 410 5th Street, S. Lethbridge Telephone 1666 ;