Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
WEDNESDAY. THIS DAILY KUAl.U PAGE THREE HERALD SPORT SECTION FALL BEFORE THE Defeated in Main Match by 124 Stark Rolls Total of C63 Taking two games out of three the Barons bowlers defeated the Ltth- outfit in the return match played at Barons lust night, before a howling bunch of Barons rooters that BOWLiNG TONIGHT Tlio Herald and the Kilts will chish tonight in the City Bowl- ing Luamio. After this week there will remain only four Barnes to play, one of them be- Ins postponed game between Elks and the Mercs. j inr UlflTrtnO Illl Nov. soccer Y ADf W'llfis received anotller -severe loss by A V U fill 1 death "f the bril flllL IIUIUI1U 111 Uont orient forward. UK the A fast game of baskotbail was play- owdeU the side lines throughout tho [oil last nlglit at the "V" gym, in whole match. The Barons team tbe X.. huskies maintained jiled them over for a total of liliG-1 plug, while'the Letlibrldgeitos copped only 2210 pins, leaving a nmrgin of 124." for Barons. Stark of Barons, an old bowler, rolled top score with 530, ihe only man on eilhcr team to reach the 500 mark. Shover was high man on the Lethbrldgc team with -189. The following are the scores: result of wounds received in ihc se- vere fifjhthiK on the Somni'1. .McFtid- den Joined the footballiM's' battalion soon after tht; outbreak of the war and quickly eiimed promotion, and at the time of receiving his fatal wounds was company serge ant-major of the Shover Groft Manner Swansou Evans Schweitzer Stark McDanicls Flood llatfield .Moore 148 117 130 202 137 161 145 .103 battalion. Only in September last he was awarded the military medal for in IIis ;atlon in a hard contested bat- "l tie. The Grain Exchange were play- ing in their best form and soon got a yood lead. In the fir.it ten min.nt.es they''piled up a tally af twelve points and" only once were If. any immediate danger of losing; the lead. This was in the middle of the second half when jBrj t iyo__ 4gr) the Knox team by i special effort 117 "_ and through effective shooting by HIS 4Gti Ueo. AIcKillop, climbed within three 431 points of the leaders. From then 011 15U 486 the Grain Dealers had no trouble in keeping the load and gradually iu- 177 156 135 144 458 457 788 748 After this match was over a two- man match was rolled between Kivans and Shover, of Lethhridge, and Stark and Moore of Barons, the Lethhridge men again losing. Stark rolled the huge total of H68 pins in three games. The scores were: Shover...... 189 171! 542 livaiis...... 173 177 671 11.13 Stark...... 28R 100- 663 Moore...... 176 15'I 4G9 The Lethbridgeltes were treated to an oyster supper after the games, and were given a roynl time. The Bar- ons boys are splendid snorts, and are ready at any oh! time to meet the Lethbridge topnlcrs again in Every fat ;imui 'believes -that he would have pee'n a great athlete if nature -had not decreed that he laughed, at." 'be creased" it to fourteen points. For the winners Tailing piled ip IS points, 10 of which were obtained by his old favorite mu'hod of never miss- ing foul shots. John Shand, lUdvor and Lund also all had a good share in tho shooting. For the losers Geo. McKtllop aliaa Kiltie" played the best shooting game. George was even then handi- capped with an extremely bad burn on his left hand. He secured 16 points for the Knox boys. Murray seemed to have a night off on field baskets, hut rung In S foul shot bas- kets. The following is the line-up and in- dividual acores: Knox MacBeth right forward Campbell left forward Murray S Centre McKili6p 16 right guard Stewart left guard G. X. Shand S Tailing IS Mclvor 6 Lund 4 Green Williams 2 G. X. 38. Link' Duns worth refereed the game. Nest game next Tuesday Between Knox and the "Y" teamc. The league standing is: W. "V" -I Knox Pot. .800 .3H3 .200 iij v toiJAL TO MOST Some Tobacconists will try to sell yon other Cigars. Simply because there is less profit to them on "LA PLAZA" BY S. DAVIS SONS, Limited, MONTREAL. JOE TINKER NEARLY DROWNED the attention of the English league clubs and more than one offer was! made at [or his transfer, al-j though practically unknown in the south of England when, he first ap- peared. For the Orient. McFadden. leaped Into prominence; almost from the start and ho was easily tho top goal scorer at the end of his first season. He lived as he died, a hero. Two years ago he rescued a child from a burn- ing house in Clapton park, and also Kaved two boys from drowning ia the river Lea. For those acts 1m was publicly presented with a gold modal. McFadden. er to los the second Orient play. his life fighting for hi country, Jones making the big sac- rifice a few months ago. PAT CONNOLLY WRESTLES IN BUTTE TOMORROW Butte, Nov. a few of Pat Connolly's close friends share tho wrestler's confidence that he may spring a surprise when he meets Strangler Lewis at the Broadway on Thanksgiving afternoon, the majority of the local fans are speculating on the probable length of the match. Some wagers are being made that Connolly lasts an ho.ur. Lewis is due to arrive in Butte this evening. Con nolly is trained to the minute and is fast and as hard as a piece of India rubber. He staked everything on this match. Connolly has never.been afraid of the Lewis type of wrestler- big, brawny, but slow.' The men will wrestle in a regula- tion IS-foot ring and straight catch- as-catch-can rules will prevail. FORD GARAGE 1232 THIRD AVE. S., LETHBRIDGE 24-Hour Service Caters to Ford Business. Let Us Demonstrate Warner Lenses Yankee Pumps Diuiiop Goodyear Dominion Tires Have You Tried Vultex? CARPENT1ER IN PARIS Paris, Nov. Carpen- the French champion 'boxer, has been on leave in Paris after taking part as an aviator at the recapture of Fort Do.uaumont, on the Verdun front Carpentler was decorated with the medal for gallantry In action j While in Paris he gave'an informa1 exhibition of: boxing at a charity, ba zaar in the Trocadero palace uml.re- ceived an enthusiastic reception from the many thousands in the audience.- BABY RACERS SELL WELL New record price was paid for a consignment of weanlings at the Old Glory horse sale here Thirty-two "babies" belonging to C K. ff. Billings brought and his five-year-old eBn Bil- lings, sold for making a total of for his consignment. With the exception of thre all the wean lings are by Harvester. BONDS WINNER OF TAME BOUT FROM GILBERT Denver, Bonds, of San Francisco, was awarded the referee's decision over Dick Gilbert, a local boxer, at the end of fifteen rounds of tame fighting here Thursday night. The men are heavyweights. There is a baseball league ia the I Samoan Islands composed of tour j teams. So far they, have done, noth- ing to gain the ill will of Ban John- 'ison, but just wait. t MANY WILL BOARD THURSDAY'S SPECIAL Everything' Is set for Ihe [toss-Tardy boxing carnival al Sweet Grass tomorrow night. The special train from Loth- bridge promises to well pa- tronized, many I'an.s bavinL; sig- nified their iniGiition of com- ing in off the east Hme for the event, while many more will board the train at intermediate points. ph Tink- Nation- ng today Poorin, Nov. or. manager of I In.1 Chicago narrowly i-scaped ilrowni when bis boat struck a submerged stump and cuiiHiEfd In tlm Illinois riv- er. A I'iKbcnnan imlicd Tinker from the water niter he bad HOIK; down ilu; second time. It IK helievi'd Tinker will suffer no ill efft-cts. EVER HAMMER MARRIED GKKMAX AVl'ATOK'S CONQUEROR j Oliicaso. Nov. Mamiiicr's friends here ditjcoverud today that the I lighter has a new in the persuti of H childhood swuetheav! to whom ho was recently marritid. Two months aso Hiiiiiuicr was married to Miss iMlythc of Uucklin, .Mo. The fat'i v.Tts kcjji. until today. I SPORTING MAN DIES j Ottawa. Nov. E. one of Ottuwii's best Iniowit .sporting men Tor many years president of the Chicago, Nov. 29.--.Tess Willard Hockey and Canoe nied today storin, that be had retired, club, au.l an oiiincr of the Ottawa Me said he woul.l be ready .o defend football club, is dead, alter a iveuk s title next spring. ;Xlr- "Pan you train Willard: Ottawa representative 01 tho Domm- ioii Explosives company. as asked. Looking over his 270 phis pounds! of bone; muscle and some fat, lard's eyes caught his slightly protu- berant paunch and grihned. "Well, my best weight is 2SO Dounds. i'll adniit I like to train, hut if anyone wants tho title and .anyone else is willing to up as my piece. 1 I'll take off-tlilB extra pounds in! short order and be just its hard, fasti and strung.-.as. 1 was when 1 fought! Jack Johnson." Flight. Lieut. A. Edwin .McKay, the Canadian aviator who brought down Capt. Unelke, the famous Genuan flier who had many British planes to his credit. GOLF ;RULES NEED REVISION Ant Hill Must Be "Picked Up If in the, Way According to the rules of golf only things on u ptitting green raayj be scraped aside' with :i worm cabts, snow and ice. All other loose impediments must be lifted. Many, golfers arc of the opinion that ant hills are ir. the same category with worm casts uml that it is jiermis- sibje to scrape these aside, as it is- almost Impossible" to pick them up. j Recently the tiuesiion was put toj Howard P. Whitney, secretary of the; United States Golf association, ami] this is" his answer: "In regard to I your question would say that ant hills} are included .under objects'that musti be lifted and not brushed aside on, 'putting greens." Yet, coming downj to facts, it. seems a bit absurd. Any, one. who has ever attempted to pick! up an ant hill realizes what an almost j impossible feat it is; yet, according to tho strict Interpretation of the rules, four things and only four mayj be scraped or brushed aside. You mayj scrape the worm cast, but not thej worm, which nuist be picked up. The woman golfer who would perform that task has yet to be found; you might as well ask her to pick up a spider or a dead mouse. One of these days a. point may be reached -where a little more common sense will be injected into the rules. Billy Sunday has started a revival at Boston so Johnny Bvers of the Braves can reform. a Because a billiard table is sup- plied .with cushions it must not he imagined that it is a soft game. AUTO OWNERS 1917 Ford Radiators and Hood Covers 1916 Ford Radiators and Hood Covers Don't forget we can sell you tires cheaper than any place in.the west. EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR DIAMOND TIRES Squeegee Tread Baalim Motor Co. HARRY HOLMAN, MANAGER Gibbons Ready to Meet Dillon in 20-round Bout I (By J. H. Ritchie. I Mike Gibbons is perfebtly willing to fight Jhck Dillon over tho 20 round route before any club offering an ade- quate emolument. He will not take Dillon on for or anything like that, but says that if the stories of hirtb from New Orleans, Tia Juana :or Laredo are correct-he Is greatly pleas- ed to learn that the.re are genUeme.ii In the world who. to offer Him up as a lamb, sacrifice .on the pagan altars of the Booster Bearavt. "II would like U) box Dillon SO said Mike. "Not for pleasure, 6r philanthropy, 'or just for the exer- cise, but -before any club, with-the the willingness to offer what a fight of that sort would he worth. The Weight? "There is another littlo detail we wotlld have to adjust and that Is the subject of weight. In a 20 round bout Dillon would have to come down somewhere near tho middleweight limit. I know just what I was doing when 1 set the scale at 163 pounds H o'clock for our recent fight as that l was for IJO minutes' work. It would he different were we golnji to step 20 rounds. "Dillon is a husky chap, even iuore burly than he looks. He is very strong and .this tefof most in his favor in in- fighting.. I boxed a real light heavy- weight, but I would not cnre to mon- key with a light heavyweight of the class of1'Dillon for 30 rounds. I might, at the outside, allow Dillon to weigh 160 pounds for a 20 ro.und fight, but -.vpuld noj, want him to weigh more. He can make 153 without hurting his strength or speed or stamina a bit, I'd tackle him again anywhere at 1G3 for ,10 rounds, but that is giving him margin enough. Ambition "I have always wanted to box 20 rounds and know I can go the route. I have boxed 15 rounds a number of times and can go the other five I know." Gibbons says he has no engage- ments in sight at present, b.ut has a highly attuned ear for the first spark- ling of a wireless of any promoter who may want to use him. Some of the new flats need chandeliers, or Jauitdry tubs and the price of coal making landlords gnash their teeth so Michael, president and treasurer of (he Mike Abbotts .Estate :com- pany, will lend a tender ear to tho se- ductive clang of any promoter's gold coins. Let every parcel or letter you send to a soldier friend contain a few bars of best little refresh- ment on the march or in camp. found instant popularity with the boys at the front, as well as those in training. It combines thfe merits of a delicious, long-lasting sweetmeat and a tonic bracer for appetite and digestion. Soothing to smokers. C-44 Write Wrigley'sLtd., Wrigley Building, Toronto, for copy of 'funny Mother Goose Book.