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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LKTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FniDAY. APRIL 11), 101� "BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. McManus BASEBALL BOXING RACING SPORT MANITOBA CURLERS ELECT 1918-19 OFFICERS Wianiit�K. April IS.-Ai tbe annual in�etlngr of the Manitoba Curllns As ocUtion last nfsht, Andrew Wilson w�� elm'ted pre�i(l�nt. wijile J P Robertson, for thirty y�>ar,>t into sliape in a motnent's uotiii> Kinhtcrs who have laid dormant for a lonjc spell^of time cannot hope to roiinil into physical perfection in tlie space cf a few moi�fhs Yet Willard intends to prove ail previous 'h.-o-ries in this diiectlon are amiss and thut he is goinK to upset established precedent in this direction in his com ing hout with ITulton \o (haitipion who has laid off Unix long time ever came back and muiie KOod when l:e attempted to do so iU.all how Jim Jeffries had beaten 1 every opponent, not only one. but two j and tlirct- times, and was forced to ' retire from the ring by lai k of an-I tagonists. Then when he did essay 1 to lome hack and restore the crown I to the pnle-faced race he failed. He I failed for many reafone, :uul not be-[cause he lacked condition, for .llm I was n.' physically well on that o when he retired six I years previous If Will.ird d�'feat.^ Fulton it will ertainly upset precedent Either ____ 1 then Willard is better than bis prede-{ Rrounds. ' res?ors who attempted tbe feat or HhUadelphia-Boston. Hosiun . . .. I'leveland .. New Vork .. Cliicago .. . St. i^ouis .. Washington , Philadelphia Detroit .. .. Lost Pet 00 .500 .:t3;{ .000 .000 Ht. Louts.............. rhk-ago .............. Shocker and Nunaniaker; and Sclialk. Petroit .............. Cleveland ............. Holand. Krickaou and valehki and O Neill New York-Washiii^'j; 0 4 1 r. 11 0 Williams 6 Fulton Is a poorer opponent than faced John I.. Sullivan at' New Orleans'. Bob Filz.sinimons at Coney Ii-liind. .Jim Jeffries at Reno and Jai k Johnson at Havana. account of wet grounds. Stanage; Co-postponed, postponed on NATIONAL Won Lost Ptt. J Thm Sitfiig Cmimt Tho man w4m naaa the Auto-Strop enjoye  claaa. ooaifart-aUe ibav�-biB iy* da�not naplaaaantly raa*d him o( bis momiaf ihava by saartiac for hours altaraaaja. TU raasw Ismowi � fcMUy Memed IMs Is tbs niiwi m Skam wilb. ^ TW AiuSueo I* the aaly ruor bsi *ktmm� hs mmtt Uttm sata- AT AUI- AibIbSInp SafttyRaaarC*. (What Otto Floto Saysi Kansaa City.-Wonder whether ap-pearancea are deceiving? We ask this QUaatloa because Itrhen we gave Jess Willard the up and down and all around la Chicago recently he appeared to be fit to battle for his very life. All winter long we had been readinc atorloB roncerning his condi-; tlon. Moat of these yams led us to � ... , , , (onn the conclusion that wiiiard �PP��*G�"':ee �n8>�' could hav. at any moment -stepped j;"^'!',,^ "ft .ghtweight cnawpion. S iJo^'fuX'^m Irl ot^Se'Sl J-XrYo' Lf^'Thir.he'plclffo tic with trhlPh we measured him is""^ P*"^''"^ 'PEG PUG, WEDS \\ inn;i>eg. April 17-When Muff Uronson. once Winnipeg lightweight, stepped Into the ring at Portland a New York........ - rincinnati........ 2 St. Louis........ 1 Philadelphia...... 1 Boston.......... 1 Chicago.......... L Pitlaburg........ t Brooklyn........ '> 1.000 �m .500 .600 .500 .:i33 .uoo 10 6 coast title. He was in to hold his own. if possible, and by go doing, win the heart and hand of pretty .Miss Dorothy Curtis, of Hood River. Ore Bronson failed to defeat Ingle.but he held the champion to a draw, and for bis reva/d signed a i ontrsct with Mip.s ('urtia as his manager-for life. The marriage license was issued to Muffle Boivhuk.aged 2". of Winnipeg, .Man., and Miss Itorothy Curtis, age 2t�, ol Hood Iliver. Ore lu a letter to Dave Beaver, of this city. Muff Bronson told all about his ! romance, and in another letter to Beaver yesterday he said that the nuptial knat bad been succes.; fully tied, and he had the best and sweetest little manager in the world. The Bronson-lngle scrap at Portland was one of the fastest ever hat probably dimmed his eye when i staged in the Pacifie Coast, accordlnK we tako dlatance Into consideration Vuloan, April IT.-A very interesting "charlvlri" took place the other day when a number of the citisens armed with u bu TERRIBLE CONDITIONS ? Home. April 19. -The Vlon-i more secure than it has been tor days. Justifying the belief that the enemy may be held iu their present positions. The arrival of tbe French support is regarded as most Important. They are described as splendidly seasoned men. Tbe sight of the long blue lines marching up the roads heartened the British, giving them u fresh sense of nwurity, aad tbe news of tbe French aggressive stroke south of Amiens still further heartened the anxious watchers at home. Tth British withdrawal oast ol Tpi^s was due to the German advance \ from the south along the Lys Valley threatanlug communications of the Yyres aroy. Thus the distance that thi� army would have to retreat if tha aeetny looked like breaktag through OMmI Kemaiel line ami hei�liia, haa Motorists! Comply VSfith the Law!* Equip your cv with Otgoode Lens. They fill legal requirements. BAAUM MOTOR CO. HOME OP THE OHBVIIOI.bt �aqk or UNION BANK harrv HOkMAN. Mfrb 58 ;