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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta r�ntt six THE LETHBH1DGE DAILY HERALD "BRINGING UP FATHER" FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1M By G. McManus BASEBALL BOXING RACING V-SPORT Fred Fulton, Cinderella Man of the American Prize Ring; Rise a Remarkable One CAPTAIN HUME IS ! NEITHER MAN HAS F H IS GOLF COMPETITION i terests of Deir.psey. was moving hear-1 t'en and earth to prcvt nt the match. larrt for the heavyweight championship of the .world, with forfeits posted and every preliminary formally ac- (Chicago Trlbup.fl Fred Fulton, of Minneapolis, might i tu aim .�nu u .............. be fittingly termed toe Cinderella : Never was Kulton ktocked harder and , Monthly Handicap. Medal Play Man of American pugilism. He j more persistently. But Miller has a stands today matched to fight WU- mind of his own and ^fter much dickering we reached an agreement. Fulton is to get $30,000. win. lose or draw. Wlllard has his own agree- j complished. From the junk-heap to i ment with Millar, who is u millionaire whlf the receipts over that sum. It month for six months, the play to start the coming weekend, and the prize to go to the player having the hignest number of points at the end of the six months. The form of the prize is not announced as yot. but it will bo such as will stimulate interest In the will be probably the biggest money match ever fought No one can say where the men will meet. I would venture a guess that It would !>e in Bliis. Okla. despite the word that the  fighter, under the tutelage of Prank j law will intervene, or in Denver where Force, five years ago, to the Fulton we can go 20 rounds, or in Mlnneapo-, great summer game, of today, with h'.a string of trophy � lis. If It-comes hero It would require I There was hesitation in starting scalps won under the direction of j the building ot a big arena, but we are . the coming week-end. but it was de-Collins, the Hudson fight promoter | going to build one here anyway. | e put in the best possible shape, so tiiat all players will be on an equal footing. As Captain of the club. Mr. Hume has intimated to Secretary Oxland that lie is willing at any time to help any player to better his play. .Mr. Hume is enthusiastic over the outlook for the summer. Following are the rules laid down Collins, going back to Force. Legal are considering ten weeks in vaudot action resulted in the courts sustaining lii" Collins contract, and by a coincidence Collins signed the Fulton contract for the Wlllard fight for the championship of the. world just one year from the day from the handing down of the court sustaining :be Fulton-Collins contract. When Collins took Fulton off the dump, his friends laughed at him. Fulton had proved a flivver as a white hope. He had virtually quit to Car! Morris. He bad lost his wits and fouled Carcioflnt when Carciofinl was on one knee and taking the count. He had been knocked out by Al. PaUer, who later became his sparring partner. He was looked upon as a false alarm with a yellow streak as wide as the entrance to the mammoth cave. Collins predicted that he would run Fulton up to a championship with Wlllard "And." said Collins to the writer at that time, "if he meets Wlllard be . The second ht�if was featured by exceptionally nice shooting, nearly every player locating the hoop via the long distance route Hannah, Dingle ind Spence did most ot the damage, urfsworth 11 V. Spackmun 1.', Centre P. Irwin II (iuaids M. Duns worth - Dlugle 8 A. Kane Morton G. MoKillop .*.' *nsv � Lethbrldge 40; Calgary 36. Referee: Urent; umpire: Watt. Calgary Mpence S Hannah 12 Dobson 8 one-hit conflicts, while pitching 60 shut-outs. Free passes are scarce when Alex Is on the mound, and only 55b pass tickets have been Issued by him. ItatterH swing hard at his offerings, but 1,404 have missed altogether. The Cub has many years beforo him -a�d If the war does not take Mm- and It is not hazarding a great deal to say that he will tie the record of Ames and Mender before he retires. Jack Coombs. 'Slim" Sallee "Rube" Murquard, Larry Cheney, Jim Vaughn and Jeff Tesreuu are the other National League pitchers who have worked long and often for their various clubs. They are tho only hurlers In Mr. Toner's league who have wan more than 100 games. The other* for the most part have been In less than Mve years and have still to make the? geputatlont as durable pitchers, On Time In the army everything must be done on schedule. You can cave time and appear on parade looking smarter if you have shaved-witb an AutoStrop Safety Razor. Its smooth shaving qualities are such that no rough places are left nor is there any after-shaving unpleasantness. The only razor that sharpens its own blades automatically. GoaraatMa te Satisfy Complete Outfit $5.00 AT All STOIU AstsStrsE- Ssftty Rtisr Co., LiaHstJ SM7 Dekt St., . Tenets, Orf. i DIAMOND TIRES MADE OF VELVET RUBBER All Sizes for All Cars BAALIM MOTOR CO. HOME OF THE CHEVROLET BACK 0* UNION BANK HARRY HOLMAN, Mgr. 089105??29 ;