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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta P*r,K SIX rne URinnniDUB oail.t hkrald MONDAY, APRIL 22, 19M "BRINGING UP FATHER"  ftf By G. McManuB NOW I]_ J � KNOW ^iN CiT soMf COOO CHOP- i �ior.*>�> ill. HNVE TEA �HO OOYOU HAVE TO V/HM- tOObl HAV8.IN AMO OONT TALK.. t>0 MOCH- I-IOW THEY nUL'TMEatCOPS-*WITH A� reduoff the Kuarantee for which they aaked They wired the local ( hib the o'lior ilay aakinfc for a Kuaranteo of ll''" and .'.r. per rent, of fill' gate rei-eiptu over that figure, ant! they alao want to play hert Saturday If they should corae next Saturday they wouldn't find much of the southern cham^on quintette on the job, for laost of tho boys are leaving on that date to find a khaki uniform. HoweTer, a wire is expected today which will definii--:'. " Lowdermilk. Sotheron and Nun.i-maker: Morton and O'Seill. Cleveland. Apiil II-St Ix)uis de feated Cleveland II to 7 today. None of the six pitchers, with the exception of Davenport, was' effective, while all wero wild. isouinK seventeen passes There were six double pla)**. Score.- St. Louis .... OSO.040.020-11 19 1 CleveUad .... 111.010.210- 7 11 2 Oallia. Sotheron. Davenport and Nunamaker; Groom. Lambeth. Dax^v and O'Neill. D�troit-Cblc�co. postponed, r�la. NATIONAL - SUNDAY GAMES Cincinnati. April 21- Cincinnati bunched errors while Chicano was bUDcbins htta ia two innitigs of to-days game and Chicago won 9 to 1. Score- Chicago....... 10i),O50.30O-.r oncp could he dn it in bogey. OiirinK hir week-end game, however. playinK apalnsl H. A .McKiUop. ho came to the ',>th with :.>>. a'ter having .1 bad s hole in the 'th where he failed to navigate the ditch. At the '.'V.\. however, an Iron -hot laid his ball about a foot tlUiuio the edge of the preen, and with a ureat putt he 111)1*1 out in two, making 4i> for the round. .More Rolfers enjovpii the game ilurinK tlie week-end than any time .vn thi.-i season. FAILED ENTIRELY 1. 13, 4. 1; ! 9.; 5. ' The Npbra=Va eiemption tri-hunsl ili'c.i.K'il ihat drover Alexander must sfcrvf in the 1'. 5. .irmy. and lu- is >xpei.-tine his (all within ti.e ni^xl few days. .M'landfr was purchased from tiie I'liiUies by fres. Wceghman of the i'lib:* durng the winter for t.-.ii.i'i") Hl� call to the colors wir. thTc'ure be a gr 'at blow ID Tlie f ub.-!. and a heavy raom-tary loss to Weegliman. .\lex celebrated his call Sunday by defeating th*- Heds S to 1. fhouijh he liad lest his first game of the season to the St. I..ouls Cards. RKASSURINQ KILBANE PUT IN CHARGE OF ALL ARMY BOXING Johnny Kilbane, feataerwelgbt boxing champion, has been placed In gen-aral charge of boxing inatruction In military camps all over the country, according to word received from Camp Sherman. Kilbane has bean lo-�tnietor at Camp .Sh^-rjiian. Chillicothe. Ohio, the only camp in the country where �very man has been taught how to box. The champion will go pe'-Bonally to camps Grant and Custer to lHt�ll hi* systAn. A preacher, who was in the habit of taking hia wife with hira on his preaching appointments, said on arrival at the chapel In a country town. ".My dear, you go in there; you will be all right. I must go round to the vestry." In the vestibule the wife was mtt by a kind-hearted steward, who conducted her to u Heat At the -s about Henny Leonard's clii .h ��>' championsliip the othor day Itenriy never purporiely taiu d ii any fighter in the rinK witli tiic iiiea of getting hlji goat," said (iibhuii. ' tdit one time he saiil �onietliing that w.in . bini a fight. Yeii, It was the tougli- \ e�i iigiit Benny ever signed ior. at thar , l( was when Henny fought Uiiciilij'; Mitciieii f.,r the .Viucrican light w�iglii, chaiiipignship- .hat was before llentiy got Welfh. Kitchie Mitchell wu:! ii.i , slfjucti lie had everything a tighter neeils He 1.1 a wollbred, inU'lllgeii!. ' liigii class I) ixer, and the peopit! out weHl told me 1 had made a rotten muti:h. They aii thought Uenny would' HUiely he kliockod out, and they were willing to bet and give big odds on it VVtiy. one fell.iw offered lo bet me llo.iiiHi oil -Mitchell, and he had ihe uioney in iilH pwkel. He waa willing to give almopi any odds that MlKli'll would knock Uenny out-^he preferred to bet that way. Bven Packy McKui land came around and told me it was too bad Leonard had baan matched. Oiacuaaad Rulaa "When the boytt met In the ring for Instruction the reterou expluliieil his IdeaH of the rules. Bunny listened intently "The rules read, you know, that in caso of a knockdown the boxer who Jellverrt it inuHt retire to his corner during the count. It's a rule that la seldom enforced. If there is a knockdown.' said tiie rereree. 'ilie man who delivers it iiiiist wuik tu a comer while t'lii counlluii' Which toTuer shall I walk to?' asked ISenny. "Mitcliiill's Jaw dropped out and he gav� Heuny a funny look. A moment later I noticed that the aweat was iieuaiug out 01V hi^ for�bt)a(l and that -\ew Yot-k -This is to be another iltt'.l golf year Flaseliall competition vi:i �ro on, but golf has Keen reduced to old mens foursotne and women's i)i;::inc c ,)ntp^.;s. I'niloubiedly a few He.I t roMs exhibitiims will besprinkled through the aeaaon but the die-ta'ors of the game In thia country have decided that until the war Is ov> r i;oi- must leiiiain peplo.ss. In li'M. at the la."t national amateur championship since America en-tertul the war. gulf reached the xenlth o( is power In the fteid of American .sjiori On that bright Saturday In .'^eptembei-. 1916. when Charles 11'hick I Kvans of Chicago won the itaiiunal amateur cham(>ionBlp at the .Merion ''ri ket alub In Phlladel-l iisen who built up the game in this i ouutry sin'dcd with satisfaction Then during the next .-pring America etitored the war and golf has been wiped off the map. Many golfers think the dictators have maile a mistake In faking ail the title competition on; of golf for the duration �( the war While the Heil croiis competition of la-t year krji; tii., .sport from being rniirely burled it fell far short of maintaining the intereal which had been developed u\) to the nloss of the Mil'i season The one bright feature of las; year was the wonderful playing by Ouimet in exhibition matches Ouimot. witli hi-; lurtner Jesse Guilford, shot 'Oine (Meat golf and large K.IIeries foliowt I tliis pair. In Ohl-cHK'i t!ie \'\eKiern association helil It.-. c!iiiiiij,(o(iihl|i,- h:it (his yoar even tlf Wosicrii a-soijsiion gave way Id the nres.-ure tr:))ii the national or-H.xui/..: ,n .mil h:i , called off Its title met � I'Villowing lie I I'lu.-s matcheg and national ctilmiii-.i.Miiii uialchfs Is ai differtint aM wm'"h:rice horfies ex-erri.se and watching ihiiii run for a tJ.'.iJOo stake The Ktate and national champlon-sliiliS li-i^ the. bai kbnue of golf (lit ! i atom engaged In a heated exchungH of machine gun bnllat* as they dr cled and swerved about aach other. A' times they touchad aach other as they manoeuvred for tha position. Finally tho German, in a mad sweep to a position where he could operate his gun to better advantage, craahed Into the Brltlah pilot. The collision was terrific and both machines swirled earthward in flamea. LICHNOWSKV IS A PRISONER Geneva, April 21.-Prince Lij escape to BwltcerUnd before coming to trial ba� baan diaoovered. We Carry the Most Complete Stock of TIREI^ in the City Our oew spriaf ahipmentt conwt ol all Mief for all cart. BAAUM MOTOR CO. HOME or THB CHtVROLIT ACK OP UNION BANK HARIIV NOLMAN, Mfr. 272?0488 4729 ;