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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta T1IE LRTHpniDGE DA1LV MONDAY, OCTOBER HERALD SPORT SECTION Floor Men Took Opponents Into Camp in Saturday Even- ing Bill Tho "Friday the Thirteenth" Jinx arrived a day late this year. At least that Is tho alibi ot the Editorial teivm in the Herald Bowling league, me copy producers couldn't produce on Saturday night when they essayed to take the Comps into camp. Ihe Comps walloped-thom, rolled them in the mire and did divers other dim things to the guys who inhabit the front end of the building. In the first game the Comps ton- pled 164 pins, the high four-man five _ _ Knnttntr tllf 105 102 Tho league now stands: Unos Comps Press ifa Iit...... 1 Tho'iinos and tho Comps clash to- morrow night, and the Unos and the Press on Saturday night. 1.000 .500 .500 .333 EDDIE BRUSSO TRAINING HARD' CALGARY BOY READY FOR ROSS WHOLE SOUTH KEEN ON BOUT ALL IHE BIG COLLEGE Bin "score "ol the series, beating tho Edits by 40. In the second the pen. pushers bucked up and came within five pins of the floor sharks. In the third, said sharks went crazy a sec- ond time and took the bu.ut by pins, putting them 95 plus up on the three, games. -d the MET OCTOBER 21SI frank Moran, who fell from ono of the rungs near the top of tho heavy- weight ladder when little .lack Dillon gave him a terrific lacing in Brook- lyn has been signed up to meet Fred Fulton, who sprang, into fame when it was announced that ho was to be he first man to meet Willard alter the latter had wrested the champion- ship from Jack Johnsou. The pair 'will put on a ID-round ox hibition at Madison Siiuaro Garden New York, on the night of Octobei hem 95 plus up on mo 21. The bout should furnish some Bill Hawkins pi-ed the real fireworks, as it will give Jiorai __.- .in o "fiimp-hnpk ant tnree. pins like a bright particular stai in tho third game, toppling ai and cop- ping four-hits from the alley man- agement, hanging up a total of liO for the three games for the high to- tal in tho series to date. The 5-pin series of the league fin- ishes up this week and next week ten pins will be in order. Saturday night's scores: V. L. Jones 39 2; 24- .9 W. H. Hawkins 41 22 A. E. Filmcr 33. Downing real uiewuma, a chance to do a "come-back iiiid Fulton a chance to demonstrate his right to tho long deferred bout with the champion. 4, A BASKETBALL PRACTICE There will he a basketball v r. practice tomorrow night when every player in the city is invtt- ed to he on the floor at the Y gym After the practice a committee of three men will be picked to run the team for the winter. October 26th. Bob Edwards, of the Calgary "Eye- says in his last issue: "O.ur talented young fellow-towns- man' Eddie Brusso (brother of Tom- my will box Al Rose, who claims the middleweight) champion- ship of Canada, ten rounds at Letll- y Eddie is training This bout promises to furnish som thrills for the tired business man. 1 should be double A 1 as a boxin contest. Eddie Hrusso isn't fightin or, his brother. Tommy Burns' tation, not by a jugful. The yqunge brother to the ex-champion does h: own fighting. Ho is clever and isn afraid of mixing things. He hau th speed and the stamina, and the Ros Brusso match will give him his chau ce to go out against something good 'As for Ross, he lias 12 knockouts lo his credit. He has a large follow- ing who are dead anxious to see him cop The ringside will be very much in demand by his followers along the line Macleod has seen Ross In ac- tion with -Marshall. Sweet Grass saw him lay Jud Foley low on July 4th, Gridiron Game Furnishing Lots of Excitement South of the Boundary P Vaudeville A 6REAT PICTURES, 7.M. VAUDEVILLE, n O f O T1 A YOU CAN'T RES 1 A LIFT HER! Thfl Girl with tho chnnplnE weights.. No ono can her. GILROY, HAYNE8 i MONTGOMERY A Vary Good Sinning Number. Aboard the "Good Ship Nancy Leo." on Wheels A Real Uicyole Novelty. WEBER ELLIOTT Monologues. Songs and Patter THE MILLIONAIRE COMEDIAN _ George Primrose AND HIS SEVEN 1314. Grassy has seen him in the squared circle with Kid Can- in January, 1913, when he knocked his Frank' Mantcll is still in the city Is preparing to meet Andy Rus- ceii of Calgary sometime in the' near future Russell stipulates that Frank make 145 pounds for the match and the local lail Is quite willing to ac- commodate him. It will be a real Tvhen these two boys get New Haven, Conn., Oct. M. Yale downed Lobigh today, 12 to 0, in desperately fought game. The feature 'as a sensational 65-yard end run hrough a broken field for a touch down by begore. Half a dozen L( ilgh players, tackled him. but he shoo them off. Bingham made Tales oth- er touchdown on a 15-yard plunge through tackle. Neither goal was Lehigli could not pierce Yale's line for any appreciable gains. Once a long forward pass allowed the visit- ors to get within striking distance of the line, but Yale held. Substitute Did It Princeton, N. J, Oct. ]4.-Standtng ui the 45-foot mark in the last few minutes of playing, Dave Tibbot, a substitute Princeton back, sent drop kick soaring between the up- rights and changed what was a seem- ingly scoreless game into a 3 to 0 victory for Princeton over Tutu. Tib- hot has been out of the game all sea- son from injuries and would not have been called into the fray this after- noon had not several of the ton backfleld men been injured. Princeton threatened to score several other occasions, in each instance were held for downs or fum- bled Princeton carried the ball dowi the field on straight football for 30 yards to Tufts' S-yard line in the first few minutes of play, only to have Brown, a half-back, fumble it. Jack the Princeton quarter- back was the Individual star of the tearing off 30 to 40-yard runs through open fields time and again. Army Defeats Holy Cro.s West Point. N. Y., .Oct. army "Won from Holy Cross today, li You will note that Mr. hai plenty of money and not have to work for a llvlna but he it a real dancer ane I performer and loves the work better than Thi. act >nd Re.l.ta are worth the price of admission alone, while the other act. ar. up to PantageV standard. You are positively assured of the gre.teit show seen here for som. time. Th. play, .re becoming ..popular and the crowds .0 large that the actually pinched. early and avoid the rush. _ ________ .I 50C PICTURES AND ORCHESTRA Pl'lCC a direct hit from a whizz-bang and the poor fellow was killed instantly. I did not know abo.ut it till after midnight when coming back with the party after finishing the work. We stopped to pick up two of our wound- ed men and learned from the stretch- er-bearer who was attending to them that poor Goode had .been killed. His body had already 'been carried back to the dressing station where his personal effects, including cash, were removed by Sgt. and handed over to Ueun, Curtis brought them Into cimp. The Payi master, Qapt. Waddington, In ing his Beloojlnts and will forward) them the record office. don. They will reach you eventually but It usually takes some months. With. sympathy for JOB, I am, Yours faithfully, Howard L. will nmaln In Kingston with relatives this tall. boxing bee together. to 0. The cadets outplayed their op- ponents from the start, but some loose handling ot the. ball at critical times and penalties for holding occasionally nullified line work in advancing the ill. .The collegians were weak on over head plays, and their line was no match for the quick-charging army forwards, Oliphant kicked a place ment goal, scored a touchdown anc have found tallied both goals from touchdowns English investigators that heating soil with steam pipes, tor me am before planting seeds increases its the game, food value and that plants raised spectacular, therein blossom earlier and produce more and better crops. FOR ELECTRIC BY-LI Gum- Do you need a little increased vim in your work? Something to give you a fresh start? Something refreshing and lasting? A gentle, soothing, tasty "shock absorber" to come between your teeth when you set your jaws for a big task? Here it the best that men, money and machines can make -for your comfort! Chew it after every meal To the Citizens of Lethbridge: On Tuesday, the 17th October, yon be asked to vote on a bylaw to raise the sum of for the fol- lowing purposes: A. 59000 to pay for extensions to electric system already made but not authorized. B. 51000 for ash flume at power house. C S7000 for extensions of lighting system to Staffordville and other ex- tensions in Doth North and South Lethbrldge. In asking the support of the rate- Payers to pass this bylaw, 1 -wish to say that it is not possible for me to net tho best results from your utilities if I cannot make the extensions neces- sarv to secure new business. The cosl of extensions go to capital account and I cannot make capital expenditures out of current revenue funds, but in- terest and sinking tend on all capital expenditure is paid out of revenue. So that money raised for this purpose, in- stead of adding to your taxes, taken care of by the revenue derived from customers, and as our load goes up tho cost of current goes down The 51000 for ash flume will save about per year in labor. I trust, therefore, with this explanation, that vour vote will.be unanimously given "in favor ot the bylaw, as I .have about, two. hundred new applications for light connection, which if made should result in considerable additional pront for this utility. Yours truly, M, 'FREEMAN, Com. Public' Utilities. Harvard Looks Good Cambridge, Mass., Oct. foot ball eleven from the University o North Carolina, coached by a graduate and equipped with Harvard plays, was no match for the crimson team today and they lost, 21 to 0. I was an exhibition of Harvard's sec-1 ondary ttrength, as six reserves were called upon to fill the places of reg- ulars Injured In the game that Har- vard lost to Tufte last week. Other Reiulta Ohio State 128, Oberlln 0. Purdue 28, Wabash 7. Columbus 6, IT. of Vermont 0. Denver University 19, Wyoming 10. John Hopkins 34, Washington Col- U. of Arkansas 82, Oklahoma School of Mines 0. Pittsburg 20, Navy 19. Clemson 0, Tennessee 14. At .Ithaca, N. 42, Wil- liams 0. At Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska 14, Kansas Aggies, 0. At Ann Arbor, 23, Mount Union 0. At Bast Lansing, nm To-niiht _ J NIHT THE EVENT OP-W6 SEASON touts. ONE SOLID CARLOAD OF SCBNtWY AND BfFECTS Prices: SOc, 7Sc SEATS AT HEDLEY'S TILL Rochester 49, Aggies 33, Alma 0. At Lewiston, 7, New Hampshire State 0. At Rochester, N. Y. Clarkstbn 13. At Lewlsburg, Pa. 9, Susquehanna 10. At Syracuse, N. and Marshall 0, Syracuse 61. At Eastern, 0, Ursi- mis 6. At Providence, R. 69, Am. herst 0. of material, but knowing how import ant it was that the material should not go astray, he had his own hors saddled and went himielf. This work was carried out unde heavy shelling and at a cost of sev oral lives. But tho one we mourn most was your husband. He deliver ed the material and even helped t< carry part of it forward. About th New Jersey inventor's periscope of range is featured by a hemis- pherical mirror to be hoisted on a mast to reflect objects in all direc- tions down through a series of lenses upon a screen. _____ PER Hi Write Wrigley's, Ltd. Wrifley Bldg., Toronto tor the Mother GOOM Bock. COSTISUID marking out the roadway so It couli oe easily followed at nlfht. It very Important to get this matttriii out and the roadway built before was over as ammunition and bombs were to be In larla' the night. _ Mr. Goodc-.jniEht sent a mm commissioned officer with this WED. NEXT I8tfc "Hli Whole Life W.rk Had i.ceme tlon ef I jm9 The Dramatization fey Mark tke Western Classic By Harold B.1I Wrlffit With VIRGINIA HARDY A Strona of Well Kiwwn .A HENCE THE ORIGINAL COMPANY ANTowEDLEy? Prices: MUTUAL MASTERPIECE OE LUXE j Winnifred Greenwood aiidVFraiiklin Kitchle la "THE INNER STRUGGLE" A TALE OF REAL HIART INTIM8T One of ThoM Hood Pithe WILL POSITIVCLY H MOWN T9NMHT IN ;