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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta 'FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, THE LETHBRIDGE ,DAILY PAGE SIX BOWLING Open Afternoons Evenings- THE "DOMINION" BOWLING ALLEYS (Basement Dominion Building) CARPET BALL LEAGUE The.Carpet Ball league will meet tonight at .S o'clock in the Moose Hall to form a new "schedule" tor season. HERALD SPORT SECTION ROSS JUTS BRUSSO AWAY IN THIRD ASK FORROSS-WEEKS GO his reputation as a two-handed scrap- per last msi't when, at the .Majestic. under the auspices ot the Lethlmdge Snorts and Amusement- Club, he met iFddie llrusso ot in the third-round of a scheduled.ten round bout, he put "ver llio haymaker that put the Calgary man down for the The crowd choercd wildly i (.'uiniu. i ut i when Brusso fulled to rise ut the etui of the tiver, ar one. Brusso had been down for the count, of nine in the second frame iv'or up the third as Kood as ever, it appeared. With only a few seconds to go Koss crossed with a let! Hid the Calgary man went to the mat. It was pretty -boxing. Mid now the fans are pleading for l battle between Weeks and Koss to settle the little controversy over the ir.S-pound championship of Canada. The fans would give their eye teeth to see that match. Tliouali the match last night only tvpnt three seems to.-- -bo "he limit here-the crowd were anxious to was wefl satisfied for they knew They surely did there w-a ip stron el waded in as bard as dovvBki went down again, bill was and came up. thoufih groggy. referee should have slopped the bout then, but both the boys were so anxious to continue that they went at it aKl'.in. and Sadowski went to the nut for the third time, ami the bout ,vas called off with Jones a winner, second preliminary was a joke. was giving away too nnu-li weight. The crowd got a run lor its money in a three round draw between Hob and Hn'i'y llcarne. The promoters had a hard time to set the brothers into the ring. They had never boxed against one another in the ring in front of a crowd and didn't, want to beat each other un too badly but please the crowd. the crowd. sa tere no stalling during the mam bout while the preliminaries were Dear cats. What increased the pop- ularity ot the evening's entertainment was the cleanness of both Ross and Brusso in the ring. The boys never ,-en shaded the belt line in their blows they broke cleanly at Jud Foley's word, and when Brusso was I counted out. Ross didn't stop to ac- knowledge the cheers of the crowd j but stooped and helped Eddie to corner, helpinK the hitter's seconds to bring him around. This pleased the fans who are greatly pleased with Ross' style. The men stepped into the ring about 9.45. Both received a great hand from the crowd. Brusso took Hie corner partly with bis back to the crowd. iano'uncer Brown introduced both boys, aud announced that the winner of th" evening's bout expected to meet Weeks for the middleweight championship of Canada. Referee Jud Foley of Milk River, then explained the rules under which the bout was to be slaked, viz., clean breaks when told to break. nound 1. Ross and Brusso came together without feeling each other out There was no stalling for1 an opening. Brusso appeared to do most of the leading, but Ross blocked well and let a couple of hard ones slide Harry is clever and Bob carries a punch in either mitt. There wasn't slow minute in the whole three rounds, and the draw decision was most popular. now the tans will be satisned when they sec Koss and Weeks brought together. BOWLiNG TONIGHT The business men and the Elks bowling teams will clash at the "Y" alleys tonight in a schedule game iu the "V" lea- iiue. 9 7HEN you buy Penmans Hose you get all those things to be expected from them, and a bit over. They wear just a little longer, look just a little better, feel just a little more comfortable. Penmans make sox for every occasion, -You can get the heavy article or the light one, with lots of weights in-between. You'll find warmth, wear, comfort, and all, the satisfaction of knowing you made a. good investment when you bought them. Next time, say Penmans---------your dealer has them. Penmans Limited Paris countering with body punches. Brus- so was the aggressor, and to the crowd it appeared to bs Brusso's round by a shade on that account. Round boys closed in, fight- ing at close quarters. Ross was .using all his science and waiting for an op- ening. Brussq lauded but his punch- es did not seem to be well directed. Ross landed a terrific right over Brus- so's heart. Brusso went down, re- maining till the count of nine to re- cover. He was up and went into a clinch, and appeared for the rest of the round to be little affected. He was bleeding .-i the nose when the gong round. Round missed hajTnaker swings and-went into-a clinch. Break. Boss landed two hard right arm jolts to the body in a clinch. The round was fast "with'.both boys feeling for the right opening. Near the close "of the round, Ross .crossed with his ieit to the jaw, following up with a sledge- hammer blow over Brusso's tifofl. The Calgary man went own. He was dazed and tried to rise but failed and counted out. Ross wins. Brusso was himself again in a few minutes and .afterwards showed few YOUNG nOSS who'defeated Eddie "Brusso last night at the Majestic theatre. of the three rounds It was The Lethbridge Shorts and Amusement Club are hoping to match Ross Ross, terriWe right which administer with Billy Weeks for the 168-pound Canadian Championship in the near future. A large crowd last night wit- nessed one of the fastest games of basketball ever played in the city when the 78th Battery imintette clash- ed with the Grain Exchange Gleaners r in the second game for the Bwert cup. 'When the .trumpet Bounded the re- treat am! smoke 'cleared away the wheat jugglers found the enemj- strongly entrenched behind a score of 28 ti 30. In the first half both sides were closely checked and played well, will] Robison and Tailing doing the star shotting. This half ..ended with a score of 3-i all. Both teams started off with a rush in the second half, Robison still scoring like a veteran. Tailing spent moat of this half on the foul line, successfully taking advantage of op- portunities kindly donated by the Tiat- tery Excitement ran high and hearts bea't wildly among the fair spectators when Love reigned doing "the star shooting ami scoring the win- ning basket just is the .'eurtain .fell. The line-up: e; x. Hay' Lund Mclvor Tailing the punishment. The preliminaries were the best ev er seen in Lethbridge and the crowd considered it had had a good evening's sport if the main go hadn't come off at all. The first prelim was fast as lightning with Charlie Jones and Mor rls Sadowski tangled for three rounds with both boys apparently evenl> matched. In the second, however, Jones put Sadowski down, but he came -back 'strong. With only a few seconds to go in the third Sa MAUE IN CANADA The 1917 Ford Coupelet f.o.b. Ford, Ontario A comfortable closed car that can be turned into an open one in two minutes. A fav.orite with women who desire an all-weather car for social or shopping occasions, also an ideal car for doctors and business men. Note the new streamline effect, '.spered hood, crown finders and larger radiator, giving surface. To early delivery, place your order today. FORD 1232 THIRD AVE. s'., LETHBRIDGE GARAGE Guards Forwards Battery Stewart Brown 'BRAVEST I EVER SAW The following story of a Canadian officer is published in the Canadian i Gazette. This Canadian says: "Pool- old Pringle (Lieut. Prlngle) was killed, rie charged, single-banded, a Boche machine gun, ami killed the crew with lis revolver. He was shot and in- stantly killed as he reached the Ger-j man parapet. It was the A statement that arrangements are under way for the consolidation of ail the farmers organizations of Western Canada into the greatest grain mer- ger in the world is denied by officials of the Manitoba grain growers. The organizations reported to be involved were the Grain Growers' urain Com- pany of Manitoba, the Alberta Farm- ers' Co-operative Elevator Company, the Grain Growers' Association, the United Farmers of Alberta, the Sas- katchewan Co-operative Elevator Company and the Manitoba Gram Growers Association. The Herald understands ,-that the Saskatchewan Co-operative Co. refused to consider the' proposal and that more recent negotiations hail been between the Grafrt Gruvrarsj Grain Co. and the Alberta" Co-opera-! five Elevator Co. thing I ever knew, for had that ma- chine gun ever got into action our casualties would have been very- heavy Capt. Williams was badly wounded. Capt. Chrysler was wound- ed, also others. I had a narrow shave from a bomb, and also from a piece of shrapnel which hit me on the head. However, ray steel helmet saved me, aiid I came through without a A rich, velvety, milk chocolate contain- ing an abundance of plump almonds a quality that cannot be surpassed. Sold everywhere. Made in Canada. KiLBANE WOULD MEET WELSH Cleveland, O., Oct. 24. Jimmy Dunn, manager of Johnny -Kilbane, fea therweight champion, says ha is in dead earnest when he seeks a match for his protege with Freddie Welsh, holder of the lightweight title. Dunn said Monday he would go to New York this week to confer with Harry Pollok, Welsh's manager, in an effort to secure a match. MIKE O'DOWD WON Denver, Colo., Oct. >C'- Dowd, of St. Paul, knocked out Frank Barrieau, of Vancouver, B. C-, In the siith round of a scheduled 35-round bout here last night. They are wel- terweights. WAR HONORS FOR BALL PLAYERS Bill O'Hara Awarded Military Cnu for Expert Bomb Hurling Boston, Oct. O'llara, once a star left fielder of the Toronto In- ternational league team and a former scout for the New York .Rational lea- gue club, has been recommended for the military cross in recognition of his bravery and skill in hurling bombs for the Brlttah army on th Sommo battle front, according to ad vices received Tiere today from his home in Toronto. When O'Hara played In the Interna- tional league he was noted for MB strong and accurate throwing. O'Hara, a lieutenant in a Canadian regiment at the front, is now hurling deadly bombs Instead of baseballs. BILLY WEEKS, the Canadian Champ ion, challenged by Yeuna Ross t defend his title. Clothes ideals THE GREAT CLOTHIERS OF THE GREAT WEST ;