Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1916. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD 1'AGE THREE! MUTUAL Life Iniurancg Company ALL THE ASSETS arc the' SOLE PROPERTY of th'e POLICYHOLDERS. "If It's Lite Insurance, It MUST, be MUTUAL" Phone or E. R. J. FORSTER Phiiilc 10th St. South. Herald Bowlers Put it Over Battery FATALITIES REPORTED SO PAH NUMBER TO BAD COACHING AND TEACHING Battery "A" team was taken into camp by the Herald bowlers in a league match at iho V.M.C.A. last night. The Herald secured the lionois 'in two straight games. The contest furnished the most exciting incidents of any match rolled oil at the "Y" this season. The fate of the Battery icam was definitely recorded at the iinish of the second .clash. It was at this period that the excitement reign- coachinK aml -training is not'Riven i-d supreme. The hnnnrs Tor this piaytis and they are sen i on round seemed within the easy grasp lo mcfil coached' atjll of the Battery, boys when rfcMillen mon developed teams, recorded strikes in the ninth and _ h thcr j the lu anj for tentli frame, but through somei in-; the fc ,on their accountable reason when McMillan owft and consequently go was in the act oi throwing his first -n d anil awhward extra ball iie stumbled and threw the ,vhich results in injuries that Because, of the death of eight foot ball players so far this season, fol- lowers of flic American gridiron are to wonder what is the cause of .so many fatalities, AHIiougl the season is not half over, the toll is nearly half that of last year, in- cluding post-season deaths' and hardest games are yet to come. A resume of the deaths shows that I every player killed was a member of a mfnor college or high school eleven. It is generally conceded that proper bail into the gutter, exploding the opportunity that would have given his team, the game had he successful- ly negotiated the alley and knocked down hut three pins. Harris, too, who followed McMillan, had a chance to put his' team in the lead. He sometimes prove fatal. EXAMINATION STRICT It is only necessary to refer ID football history to find how few players arc put through rigid medical examinations. Unless these few are .DARIO RESTA The Speed King, who won the Harkness Gold trophy and money at Sheepshead Bay last week, when he covered lOtl miles uiiuui.es HIIU bfi V-10 seconds. r------------ Champion Ten -Pin Bowler Shows Class ED. DUNKHOKTS SIZE (Toronto Orders for munitions ag about eighty million dollars will give the Dominion' a goou ojipoi'lunitv to be of service to the Empire, mid will i lighten our industrial depress ion by I delaying ami dm using results of j destruction, loss, ami waste, .Making 1 when its products aie to be wasted, not make wages, but I these contracts and all such work U'nd lo and dillusc econom- ic JiuivUimiJS', thai) would hi- disastrous if faced in concentrated force. The I rcorganiZauuii of the Shell Commit-j j tee into the Canadian [Munitions L'um-; jjnilici; and the establishing of con-j Uol by the British .Minister of Muiii-j tious will remove the delects Mr.; Thomas has dealt with1 so etYectivelyj land ri't erred to so guardedly, and con- i biilcratulv. That the profits of the Jiianiilacturors were higher than, in I his they were entitl-.d to is a reproach that must in some way be wiped out. Vuder no circumstance could excessive profits he less pardon- able. That these profits were taken when members of the committee were receiving some of the contracts makes j the duty of removing the reproach all the more imperative. It is kind of, Mr. Thomas to regard .it as ancient j history, and his consideration should! touch 'the Canadian rnnscienee on the j raw. The higher price paid by Britain for j smaller shells was due in part to the The late Ed. Dunkhorst, who alone distribution of orders in lesser quan-i time aspired for the tic championship, and who was nick- j jndustriiil depression over as large an j named "tiie human because area as possible. No honest Canadian; of his mammoth proportions, was al- ways a problem on account oE his physique even up to the time of his missed an ensv spare, picking ofi a pronounced lit by physicians, they are "cherrv" pins stood in the to don a centre'of the alley. The total showed thc regulars arc compelled to the Herald in lead, just two pins for Pass examinations during the playing r season, and numerous instances have been cited where star players have been kept out of important contests because of some ailment. 'It can't be said that the rules or officials are at fault. The committee has amended the code in every pos- sible way to inakotjiegame safe." Jimmy Smith, of Brooklyn, world's'champion howler, is showing Spokane boys how. Smith is making a tour of the States. J, Newton Col- ver, sporting editor of the Spokes- will hear this without a blush. Itj was our duty to endure the depres- pression our mismanagement brought on us instead of seeKing relief by tak- j ing unfair advantage of Britain's pre-' the round 'The Herald annexed the first game hy a margin of 24 pins, making a to- tal of 26 pins to the good for the evening. Sinclair's rolling was spectacular. Jn the 'fourth, filth, siith and sev- enth frames he cleaned the pins off the alley with his first ball. Strikes and strikes, in fact, were much in order throughout the match. The scores BATTERY Sinclair 129 186-315 McMillan '........'...-136 Harris 140 .105 184-889 HERALD Cascaden............... 117 116-283 Nicholson ...........160 198-359 Evans 152 .429 486-915 mm, ON THE IE The massive body which threatened to break through vaude- dicament. -Mr. Thomas is willing to ville stages and prize rings, present- regard this, too, as ancient history, ed its last problem upon his death at hut we can never view it in that light Chicago a few days ago. His body until we redeem ourselves by restitu- man-Review, makes some interesting must have weighed actually between observations anetit Smith's showing 450 500 pounds, and a special at Spokane. He says To the ten- casket, seven feet long, reinforced on pin game he is as one William Hoppc all sides, and nine inches wider than i_ ,T_ avtragg eoipn had accommodate his body. Dunkhorst died recently of Uright's disease at Alerian brothers' hospital, Chicago, after a. three months' ill- ness. He was widely known as a pu- Skates KEEP YOUR MONEY IN THE COUNTRY AND.BUY THE FAMOUS Automobile Skate AT MAC'S. SKATES HOLLOW GROUND D. E. MacDonald GUNSMITH and INDIAN MOTORCYCLE Agent 407 5th St. 8. Phone 1032 Some Gall Battling Levlnsky Is after a chance with Jess WiUard. -The Battler is willing to put up a side bet. Settled Heine Zimmerman says he would not play on the New.York The New York club saya it wouldn't have Heine Zimmerman on. its team. Thus we have two perfectly good reasons Heine won't go south with. Che Giants next'spring1. Waate of Time "WlMie Hoppe fn a, recent match played a 400-poiat billiard match and ran out in one Inning. What's the use of other fellows playing him for his titles? Appreciated the Elevation Two 'Germans residing in England desired to become naturalized. They discovered that between them they ohjy had sufficient funds to necessary fees for one to out to billiards. He seldom misses. A good story might be written on how seldom Jimmy Smith misses the head pin. His ball finds the old 1-3 groove with almost unvarying faithfulness. I watched him in his doubles match yesterday afternoon with his partner, Alox Dunbar, against Rudersdori and OrittemUn. He missed the head pin once in the three games, and while I did not see his singles match with Freddy Townsend a minute later, ;l understand he did not miss the head pin at all in these three. He must, therefore, have thrown close to 100 ship honors, balls in the six games and he nicked J D' gilist, and when in condition tipped the beam at 380 pounds. Although Dunkhorst did not possess much his strength and weight was marc than many of the heavyweights in the .early days cared to cope with and he was considered a contender for; the world's champion- unkhorstf-was the largest fighter in the was one'inch taller than the present champion, Jess Wil- lie 'lard, and when .in condition weighed 150 pounds more than the cowboy. His chest measurement was exactly two yards, while, nothing smaller than 22 collar would go around his. neck. KNOCKED .HIM-OUT six tion or-' heroic devotion. Until this shame is wiped out no one have, the effrontery to ask that British people he burdened to pay us more than the cost elsewhere, either direct- ly by awarding contracts or indirect- ly hy obstructing their trade. It is hut right to let Mr. Thomas and the British people know that some Cana- dians are ashamed of, what has taken place. Col. .Bertram's method of allo- cating orders for component.parts of shells has effected a compensatory ing aggregating perhaps fifteen millions This service Sir Thomas fully acknowledges. It is a redeeming and praiseworthy feature- of a situa- tion in which the struggle for person- al gain obscured thc claims of the nation in a time oi stress. Under the newly organized commit- tee contracts will be awarded hy ten- der. Contractors can redeem, them- selves hv tendering honestly, 'inde- pendently, and at reasonable figures, without "the collusion and secret defstandirig that sometimes 'develop in such situations; Mr. Thomas is willing that Canadian manufacturers, -The only map so.far as the records should receive more than foreign man- .show who knocked out the the head pin 99 per cent, of that time. He did not make an error am had only three splits in the games. The wonder watching him howl, that he don't 300 scores every crack, and yet he has made only 13 in his entire career, which covers well over 20 years.. The simple story i> that the pins .show who knocked out the "Box utacturers are asking. Will our nianu- don't always fall. He puts many a Car" was Boh .FiUsimmons. .Ruby j factunis accept the excess'' The sit-' ball in-" the" perfect spot and- gets Robert accomplished, that feat initiation shows us the beginning of the that is, some one or two'i two rounds in 1900 before a Brook- evil influence of private war con- pins will remain serenely untouched lyn club. Dunkborst fought most of tracting. The man who has gathered by their flying companions" outside the, prominent heavyweights and was to Minstt'f fortune from the war the path of the ball. -1- "If the pins always fell for every perfect 'hit' there would b'e no sense in bowling, and nobody but old men and women would fool with said "Just the same It's the Black Cat Gift Catalogue, describing more than 200 useful most acceptable Christ- a mas gifts foo men, women, children and _ the home. I Just to get you oft to a _ flying start, we're going to send you this Gift Catalogue" and Ten Profit-Sharing Coupons FREE. Your request must be made on the form in this ad. and mailed before Nov. 18th. Then visit the little tobacco shop down the street and, simply as a try-out, buy a packet of the smoothest, mellowest and most satisfying smokes that ever happened. Made in mild and medium strengths. CLIP THIS UeatitlenroutolOBIacfcCttPnfib Sharing Coupon! BntJ Gift CttilofM FREE. 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JOE Choynski de-; and is enjoying the satisfactory results feated him in six rounds in Chicago, of his gains is apt to: look upon war Whenever Dunkhorst fought, the ring as not an unmixed evil A gift blind was his 300 nounds etn the eye and a big fortune easily were liable to break through at any j acquired has a moic piorounccd ef- Tied the 'business through in connec- tion with securing the papers, and on coming from, the greeted by hie la'ta compatriot with: "Well, Karl, how did you get on Renly; "Dou't speak to me, you dirty German'" Sinclair No. Piker According to a story going the rounds, Herrmann, chairman, of the National Commission, and Harry Sinclair, Federal league1 angel, Oklahoma otl magnate, elbowed each other trying to pay the check in the Rltz-Cailton at Philadelphia after the recent "peace conference." "It's on me, take it out of Garry, flourishing a brand-new century note. i "This way, waiter, that gentle- man's money is said Sin- clair, waving a bill. 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State' "managers rule looked their stapes over fully before this act went on. national-'jealousies, .antagonisms, and KILBANE SUSPENDED .Featherweight Champion Set Down For Failing to Answer Milwaukee, Kor. Kllbane, featherweight champion of the world, -was indefintely suspended hy tile Wisconsin :ithletic commission for faHing to appear in answer to a charge he. "stalled" in his bout with Ritchie Mitchell, here recently. YALE AND IN BIG PRINCETON MEET MATCH TODAY New Haven, Conn., Nov.. tice in and a long sig- nal., drill workout of football team Sere-yesterday in .preparation for Saturday's game with Princeton. Guernsey, who will punting, 'lifted tor 50 yards, and he also practiced drop kicking suc- cess.' The ticket department announced tonight that seats already have been sold for the game. The capacity the howl is Betting odds here are 3 to 1 in fav- or of Princeton, with-plenty of Yale money in sight. SAN FRANCISCO RACING "Gal., Nov.- 3oj', winner of the 2.11 pace at today's Panama-Pacific: harness sur- prised the talent by making the third itjn on a y heavy, ifloppy track. Another surprise was the defeat of Albaloma, winner of the soconrl in two icats. Natal1. Day won Uie two-year- old trot. ftY. WIRJ2LE3S TELEPHONE Pittsburg, Pa., Nov. the 'irat time in history wireless tele- phony was used last Saturday to re- port ft game. Carnegie tech- nical students, here unable to attend the game at Cleveland, arranged and rcceivedvthe scores-at the end of v hatreds. Public ownership and opera- tion m armaments On account oi the inevitably, evil influence of private profits. The "nev.r system is probably the best that can be devised in the pr sent situation, but in iutuie all munitions and armaments must be. produced without the possibilito of' private interests or profits excessive or otherwise. 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