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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGESni THr? LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, APRIL 'BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. Me Manus CEtrMN ALV DM SO 5S The Sport Page MEET BIKER PAL TRAINING CAMP GAMES Pane is Hung up by Old Old Cpumtrr Flyweight Go 292 Los Ange'les................ 3 S 1 Weaver and Killrfer; Pertica atsd Boles. 'Brooklyn.................. S 10 2 !New York C 9 4 Pfetfer, Cadore andKroeger; Quinn, Brady, Schnei- der and Hannah, -Ruel. Sau Antonio (.Tex. league) St. Louis Americans 351 Kanaaa City (Am. 1115 2 St. Louis Nationals......... 311 LONDON. April -Jimmy" Wilde, lie British flyweight champion, who Ian night defeated Joe Lynch, a Unit- States boxer, ou points, today snm- contract with C. B.' Cochrane, the -Srrtlth theatrical manager, to box Pel Voore, or Pete Herman, ot tbc United tor tbe bantamweight cham j ptoeihip ot the irarM and a porie ot Friends of Trade are' pit- KS POLICY pared to back him for 0 MO. Wilde will tone a challenge to Moore and Herman under theee ttttrai- Daring the inter-cllled hexing tour- m London.eirty in'December, Moore defeated. WiMe oo poiaU. Moore cooei from Memphis, from -New Orr is the: bantam weight champion a! the United States Tactiturm Philadelphia Leader Switches From Studied Sil- Pitiless PnbHeitj" Till IN SEATILE E FOR STAMP things have perhaps, but in the mlndi erf 'the frantic Athletic funs in Philadelphia- 'the .unbelievable bas comedo pa3s. ConniS tac- litnrn, the u a transformation in personality and trolley. FYom studied silance and pub- methods as regards deali, coutracts'and prospects of the team: there has emerged a new personage. Thete days Connie Mack is hul- ling- over- with information for the Five Seventeen Hundred See htoxing Contests Featuring Boys of Canadian Army The State Athletic Commission Shows Profit of During Two Years JIIMV-AUKEE. WiE., Apr. )ite lhe war and the resulting decrease] n boxing clubs and shows, the state' ithletic commission has been self-sus- :alning in the last two years, accord- Ing to the biennial report of the box- ing board. The state has profited in ,ht extent of since the crea- ion of the commission la 1913. The report: shows that the state has collected since the sport was legalized. During that time the uniting expenses ot the commission have been 'J21.5S7, leaving a balance ot over of the stsi" Amateur Boxing sii Increase That the commission was able.- to keep Its financially during lie varied-covered by tiie re- port .is noteworthy, as the 'war almost put.a-stop.to the ring game for a time and .few clubs were- in As 10.B.U. The big Y. M. C, A. Hut at Seaford groaned under the weight ot a crowd of men as never before. Anyone who expected lo see even the boxing ring in the centre of the floor two minutes before the show was to start, was appointed. Men found places which i hitherto were not thought of, to get a view ot the ring. Some peeped through holes in the cinema boi. while i Herald In lhe course of an interview three or (onr were on top in very. un-jthai he was resigning his position as CALGARY, April first de step to get out and smash the One Big Union was "taken in Calgary Tuesday morning, when Robert Uv ett stated to a representative of'the comfortable positions. Seventeen hundred people saw the bouts. The featherweights, opening lhe program, were greeted with deafening cheers. This: bout-drew out in Pte. Sheddon and Pte.'Hall id ay, both of the 1st'Reserve, two coining boys. The work of Halliday .was particularly good, his defensive work being par- ticularly he used left, to good advantage aud occasional- ly got in a strong right. Halliday eventually won at in a very close contest with'LafPlant of the 18th Reserve. v.La Plant jj.w'as extremely Xame and-in 'two'1ro'undR there was nothing to choose between them. The Light'Weight''Class was easy for Clark. The welter; will be crushed between the' upper nether millstone." managed. Expense "Account One oitl hy the re- port is the increase, m Amateur box- jng'. Until Athletic club was the only one to o! the llth Reserve; met' Capt. tionnellyr o_t C. I international Although il DC- 'This was an-unusnally [ast'ls also a member of the policy o international board- member of lhe United Mine of America, in order that he could not be charged, in his efforts in fighting the new pro- posed organization, that he was mere- Iv doing so to keep bis job. Mr.' Uvett'E action, it is regarded in various labor circles, ,will have on fhe'ever- grbwlng feeling, among craft unions and others' agwnst tie' resolution which the Red. element carried at the recent'Inter-provincial conference in Calgary, and its reflex will certainly be fchnd Calgary Trades and Labpr: Council again meet to dls- cuss matter." "The interests of the men are more to me than individual sell or my pos- wM'tS'eSway Mr. it when declaring intention to re- an interiiationai tbs end of the month. bo 'Elated thai he was elected to his' position by the members of, District No. IS df-the of America a uominee bf- be COQl' bout and proved good sport for thejmlttee (or 'this district. PRAGUE, 'Mar. have set up a rc'gn of in Budapest, according to M- Kerti, a member of the Czecho-Slovak miulon lo who returned here to- day. The itocki of food in the Hungarian ,capital are sufficient for only 10 days and only 300 head of cattle arc coming Into the city dally Inatead of the normal Famine IK feared, while the coal situation atso grave. The population of.Budapest, Mr. Kem ajdda, hopes for Intervention by the YOUR LIFE INSURANCE is or THE UTMOST IMPORTANCE ESPECIALLY AT THE ENT TIME TO AND FAMILY. Do you kaow that the capital value of the life of a man, ace 35. earning fl.WN) per annual, to la over I17.M4, his value With toe ever or the dollar, the man who, perhaps, wai amply te- nured five years ago, should to- day DOUBLE his protection. Talk over year Iniuruce with your SEE The of CANADA LIFE H. J.HSKEITH Shtrlock Block Phone 1341 and Mrs. Stan Welsh gave birth to a daughter. At the town council meeting on Vri- day evening Venablei appointed Health Olficer and Pound, keeper, duties to commence April 1. 'T-i'on ami Mr. MacDermoU of llio U.K.A. local hare been appointed as a committee lo ascertain the num- ber of children between the of sixteen and twenty In. this district who aro likely to attend the boys' and girls' conference at the university In June.' Mr. and Mm. P. 0. Rhode of Stale, Center, Iowa, were visitors In town yesterday. hJIr. and Mrs. J. A. Hansen moved nto their home OB Monday. Calgary aldermen voted a salaiy It the will fa-ror the plan at a referendum: (From Crur Own Comjspqaatnt) BARONS, has heen regular epWemlc'of birras in this rieV-.o' Last week Mrs.- Mai- ley'prewtitttt'her husband with a son j conduct amateur shows The report tQ lne Capt Donnelly re-'itp do utmost to, kill the new or-i lltft-n'MTywelghO ganlzatloii, Mr. -Ljvett stated thatj. hilst thev_ "all believed In ill and Dtcidiag Game of. Scries is Called Off taking on Sgt Ateiinder, winner of diamonds in the" rough and let all tlie strictly regulated, tz.i be elevated to SEATTLE, April 1. .Tonighfi hockey game has been called off, fire .of tie1 Montreal players being 111 with tie' 'flu. This annoancement was made by Manager' MnHoeh 'of the Seattle club this morning. "Xewsy" Lelonde, the. Canaillens! Joe Bert Coiture, Her aH all III lasqtttte at their at' the 'Georgian hotel Ii' addition, George Kennedy, manager of the Ftrlug Fracfcnlen, is atxi a vie tin of the 4-iaeue of the it was an couieaoV today'Jrom jot to 105 decrees. Plaai .were being before noon lo remove them to a bos Pttal unnoticed, Money to. Talk 'recently announced that lie was wit to" iry a experimenL For long, he said, bad McGraw gone fortli with a big fistful of money, and if the 'latter' commodity could get the player he wanted it was a cinch that the star ironki hold down a place 'on the. 'outfit. Mack saH that what It takes to get players this way- lie has in the treasury, and, instead of devoting such a great amount pf time to the development of (a! fell L ho would go after heralded, season cd players irhen they irere open lor 'bids .and when he thonght that they would fit in with kn Kkeme ot things. .And Connie, aiso aters that wlien a player U tfeTeloped under bis watcb- ful eye and comes through In a big the plane ba-ebalt foot ball and lilgu rific- form's of athletics so dcrr American pub lie. Opposition to fc'ilng has trac tically disappeared in lliis state, .and since 'our last report many other states and cities have followed the' lead of Wisconsin and .legalized boxing under commission supervision." 'It VII be (wo or three wetks be- way he wMI'aot ne allowed to go to" will be back another unless ho fails o harmontae UM on the'r 11 tc, p'aj, qnently lilt. d series has been called "off :.wilu two' games to ..'the credit of each learn. Tonight's game would ,have .decided the title." [he Arena managtacit naW: Tear Up the Ice April and final announcement was made by Lhe Arena at !.JO p.m., today that there would be no more series games here >ear. At noon today work man tearing up tae Arena Ice floor, the batWuK into a roller skating rink. (act that thfl Ice was being lak M 9 won all arguments as in wh'e or Kit. the series would be con lined ff tie ylndng Itam able utf to put enough men on (fie lee. rctt of the Mack contiogentror the player himself ahouid desire a change of. uniform. rhis; recalls' tho startling deal'of a few years ajo! when Mack broke tip his famous infield: namely, Mcltmfs, at first; Collins, at second; Home Run Baker, at third, and Barry, at shortstop. The appotltes of the fans have been whetted with the prospects In (lie great change'In Mack's managerial Uctlcs. had the experience bnt Harman's de-. 1n fense and speed won hfa the severing lhe affiliation with the In lhe middles, Sgt., Stan ton' of the Internationals there wo.ld be no. .Uoqble and he BOBLODG UNION' MADE OVERALLS SHIRTS GLOVES 1st Reserve had .Lronble and he .breach caused with the cast, and this for Canadian would resuU in this. year. the four western runner-up I provinces, if these votes carried, of jhavlng merely a local organization, TIPS ON OUTFIELD PLAYING C-.o I _ lasl jhaving Everything went ort in "apple pie" "Should Rrtaln Identity order and the crowd scrambled out. o indus trial feeling well satisfied with 'rte .after- Uald Mr. Livo.l, is that each or- noon's sport and with the feeling that ganlzalujn-rel al ns its identity and j Sroford-will bo "over the top" In the have an affiliated understanding with, forthcoming Canadian Boxing Cham- the other workers with tbe purpose of j FORSALE A Sccewl- Newly re-lreidirt and repaired twin' 'giVe" you a good reparred tUSe with each ot these casiiur, boaght beUeeu novr and April .I0th. TIRE 8EHVICE CO. The RELIABLE RADIATOR REPAIR SHOP Is Reliable Prop. Tallar, 5th St. S. A. S, Colwell, B.A., of Centen- nial church. Victoria, B.C.. has been Invited lo Maryland Methodlat church, J. U. Bally, the iretent pastbr.'of Maryland church Deeii Inrtted to Centennial. First ail learn lo judge the ball after it leaves the bat. After acquiring the art of judging (ho hall practice getting a quick start. j Olake it a practice lo study the 1915.) ters and their peculiarities. Always keep the eyes on the hall no matter where it Is driven. Make plays tho way they are easi- est and most natural. Figure out plays and how to make them, lo be prepared if the ball Ij batted to your fieid. Train the arm'to he accurate. The distance urill come wtlh experience. Be sure to make Hie calch before attempting to throw the hall. Get lhe ball back to the Inficld-irllli all the haste possible after making a play. In throwing the ball to the Infield with, a man on bases do with the inienl of preventing lifm .from ad' vanclng. pionships'. The'tournament was runny the Canr jrtlan Seaioril Athletic Associatioa ot which Lieut. J. W. Patterson of the Canadian Y. M. C. A. Seaford 'slalf, Is tocretary and re- port of preliminaries at Seaford, feb. altaining the one end. There are many things that enter Into, the rea- sons for this. After (he referendum AT YOUR SERVICE! DECEMBER l.t, WE HAVE OVERHAULED 100 CARS the satltfactlon bar cttftonerj. How did we recelre such itCAUlE our charge e Aodvnte. All work gturanteei) or no money. owtr THE vrnr OF AUTonoTiyr MECHANICS WtH IM on Your tMturt Rmn Automotive PALACE GARAGE Avenue South visiitsim April Bruce vofe was takon, from what ludge at the moraent, the i can 'central Practice sprinting for speed. Short dashes help outfielders lo start quickly on drives.' We of forilUon. can play a brand of ball In shape-. SIR SAM O.W-'VfrL'-'BS LAID TO IN WINNIPES WIN.NIPKO, April body of Major-Gen. Sam" CM., will be laid to rest In Winnipeg in May this year with toll military honors, accord- Ing an nnnouneement made today by Brig.-Ocn. II. n. Kelc.hon, C.B., genersl offiovr commanding M. D. N'o, making tha an- nouncement, (Jen, Kelcnen explained that he had received a.pcramal (rbm relatives of Ikij lale fir E.im nollfylng hlmo! fc-i Intention Iho body Walker, of puhllcHy" for the Immigration department announced today that the prairie provinces would be visited during the coartnt-summer by the rnoal inlluentlaJ parly or United States editors who have CVCT comt Bvery slate in the union wfll be by the party, which will num- ber MO and will Include; sereta! congressmen and prominent men. "All three railway lin he nsed on part of lhe journey. A upcclal train will bo made up here and the trip will commence lo tho west jrotwWy on' July over Iho National Railways The return trip from the Pacific Coait be made by way ot.tkc Canadian Psclllc. Wm. p. Sparrow was Initially killed hy.r, ginpole striking him Ofi.tke whllo ho wos al work 'ot the Hydro po-wer canal conatrucflon Niagara will automatically cease to exist; therefore, who Is going'to control Ihls so called One Big Union! This Is a'point that Is na nebulous as the whole scheme." k Ajrtn With Row Mr. Uv.itt slated lhal he agreed with the slalemenl of Alex. Hoss, the meellng ot-the Cal- gary Trades and Labor Council Fri- day night, Ihat lhe Ono Big Union was an I. W. W. movement. "We fought the I. W. W.'s al our 'con- vention at Kernio in 1918, and a num- ber of them are the leading spirits In the present movement. They have been against any form of labor or ganlzatioh for several years past, ami have only 'switched ,over'. during the piel twelve or so. They always conlenderf- that .the hi- movement was never of. any ad- vantage lo the workers, and if dis- rupted a better form of organization would spring up, but they never con- sidered the suffering tntl might be enUllcd In tho meantime." No Coarf Continuing, lhe International board member eald that no good pur- pose could ever he achieved by dls- rnption. By working on the. Inside Iherii was always better chanco of gttflng a closer "understanding with Ihefr fellow man. By working on "the Inside" he meant retaining Iheir affiliations with (heir craft organ ItAtions; meeting In conventions, and If Hie policies were nol siitl- able, changing them along progres- aive and sane lines- "Unless such a coarse Ii iiie present tttt Mr. Llvett, "Utdes pnlllied on I. THE RADIATOR MAN 411 FIFTH 8T. QHrBOY! 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