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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX I'HE LETSlBRinOE DAILY ,.AUGUST 9, 1918 BRINGING UP FATHER" G. McManus I CM COR A I TVTOH TO TEACH HOW TO RECEWK It) LIKE TO KNOW HOW TO 4H RID OF'EM INSTEAD- ETWOOTE TO The Tournament Among American Soldiers! "Over There" At- tracts Great Crowds Special boxing -tournaments among the American solars now In France many of Whom bad noted pugilistic records to their, crefiit before Joining the colors, are fully; as' popular with the' French as with overseas forces serriog under and' Stripes. "At a recent series of contests, the principal feature of which was a gto-e battle "between Frantic Burns and Battling every ayailable inch "Of space In tho hall, even up to tha -rafters above the third balcony was occupied, and many were forcet :tu gather to await the returns Heats were at a preSnluin j weeks The whole city ers held declared a before the show. where tha boil.ta holiday for the evening, and it Was i midnight the celebration -was ended. r V The- French people arc; very enlhb- __ Elastic about the sport, and man French officers made special trips" for (he_occasion. _ 'The entire force pf American' officers Jn the section, was represented. A' large sprinkling of promen -.was in atiendancc, and they en joyed every feature of tho entertainment This section has an array of o.lever borers at the pres- ent time, and it Is expected that some ANDY REPAIRS RADIATORS ALL WORK GUARANTEED. REAR DALLAS HOTEL (Upttalrs) familiar names viH figure ow. I Burns Shows Old Time Class. gums, the well Xnown. Pacific Coast lightweight and an enlisted member of the 35ih Engineers, upheld bis California reputation Knocking out Mantell, a Brooklyn boy who Is member of the cavalry squadron in round. Frank McGuire, at- rof 35th Engineers, who halls froia Edgewood Park, Pittslmrg, and a former sparring partner for Harry Grelj, stopped Youug Attel, of the cavalry, with a right wp- to tho bauy in the sixth round. Burns and McGuire scored their second knockout Tictorlea in a month on this occasion. Sergeant Eric Ramsey ol the engl- .neers, anfl a Milwaukee, Wis., man had all the tetter of a bout (or four rounds with' Young Vincent of the cavalry, when ho. accidentally landed a swing low on his oppoaeat's bodf and was diEqualified for ah uninten- tional foul. By stopping Mantell, who has made his mark against the best boiers In the TJnlted- Stales and Australia, Boras again proved he still bas those assets which carried him through his earlfer fighta with Rivers, McFartand; '.Sealer, the! Arieiforce man gms.sed hy toe Germans, Saail- liam, Hoganfi. Azavedo, Ritchie and maay other. stars who have entered of fame .within the last ten years. Burns has'outlasted all of these men'aiul he and his trainers claim that he fs just now at the height of his career- >Both men entered in jwrfecl lion. Manteir kept his body well cdiered during the first seven rounds g Burns only an and head to Barns1 hand was In f EDO. working order, as usual. and-throughout the earlier rounds he jabbed', and hooked mostly with hla left, occasional straight, hard .right to -the face as a follow- up. At in-fighting some hard body punches On several'occasions the situation looked bad for afantell, but he stm kept his feet, fighting. At the start of the'eighth Burns dropped all at- tempts at defense and waded in, let' ting hla blows.go with full force ManteU fought back desperately, bu .he was growing- weaker. Gradually his bands dropped to his sides, ant tho thai he was in no position to defend himself, orderei Burns lo cease and ralset his right.hand In token of Tictory. RESULTS Boston Cleveland Waslilugton York St. Uftrolt AMERICAN Won. Won. 63 60 57 48 45 47 45 41 Lost. Lost. 41 45 45 53 54 53 CO P.C. PC. .COS .571 .559 .455 -.475 Kentucky's Record of For 1917 to He In- creased This Year Louisville, Ky., Aug. lu Kentucky last year yielded owners a total o[ and unless the length of the autumn meetings In this state is greasy curtailed, the total for tliis season will show a substan- tial increase. The amount distributed through tli.3 spring meeting at Lexing- ton, Churchill Downs, Douglas Park anil Latonla this season totals 135. On this basis the entire IMS trinution should approximate 000.. I37j Churchill Downs led the Kentucky Philadelphia -.41 CO .406 tracks lu the amount dally distrib- I uted to Clersland, Aug. v.-iuniug to- Douglas Park 'camo second with day's game 5 to 4. Cleveland took the dally average of series from Washington 2 to 1. Score: I Washington 4 Cleveland .....401010 ,13 0 Ayers, Slotteson, Hovlik, Attrock and nsmith; Coveleskie, Coumbe and Detroit, Aug. look the game o! the series from Detroit day 4- lo 1. Score: aston........3KO S 0 S Ruth and Mayer; KalUo, Soland and pence r. (No others, Palace Garage SECOND HAND CARS- SALE FOR OPEN.DAY AND NIGHT. W.S.Cook E.E.Peck 308 Second Ave. MS SERVICE STATION HENRYTDENN Preprirter All Mikn of Batterlet Chirgti) and Repaired 311 7lh Street's. Phone AUTO TIRES OF ALU SIZES VULCANIZED By tie Famous Haywood Syalem RErtftEADlNO 4 REPAIRINS By. Esperlencea Workmen. All work guaranteed. Special Equip- ment tor Kim Val Ilcpalra. R. D.RITCHIE i 13th St. S. Opp. Ellison Milli Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK'HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY. AeceMorles. Bttteriei. Phone 1023 324 11th geuth, Lelhbridjt, Mil. W. H. Dewllng Twenty Service BIJOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD, "THE HOUSE OF SERVICE" ew York lisburg lilaiiclphla acipnatl cston rooklyn Louis NATIONAL Won 65' 53 52 45 29 Lost. 35 .-IS 52 '.52 55 53 63 P.C. .650 .573 .531 .461 .464 .455 .454 .315 Boston, Aug. made II iree straight from 'St. Louis today 7 scoring three riins in the last aal: the ninth and .winning 5 to 4 core: L Louis........100 002 10 0 OBton ..........000 Oil 13 1 SherdeU, Doak ami Gouzalea; North ip and Wilson. Brooklyn, Aug. S.-'-BrooWrn de eatctl Chicago today by a score ol 1, by bunching hits off Vaughn am arter. Score: hlcago'..........000 000 7 2 :roofdyn 000 120 7 0 Vaughn, Carter and Killitcr; Mar uard, Cheney and .Miller. New York, Aug. lade it three out of four from Neiv 'orlt by winning today 5 to 2. Score :tncinnali .......000 200 10 Jew York......000 100 4 LGfluo and Win go; Causey, Steel .nfl JlcCarty, Philadelphia, Aug. bot Pittaburg pllchera heavily, .Philadc secured an eTen-break-.for Ih leries today by winning both game if a doable hoarier, 6 to 1 and S to 2 Scores: PHtsburg .........000 000 C Philadelphia .....102 300 8 om.'iock >nd Schmidt; Shaw, HOB and Adaroi. Second Plltaburg 8 Philadelphia -----030 000 11 Slapntcka and Schmidt; Jacobs an Adams. INTEHNATIONAL-' LEAGUE Hamilton 5; Newark 3. Toronto 1; HaHlmore 0. Jersey city 4; Uorhfster 5. Buffalo 2; Eilnghampton 6.' CHICAOO POLICE TO INTERFERE WITH DOXIN Chicago, Aug. orders slop boxing at the athletic nnd mi tary carnival on'Saturday at Whl Bon Park for the benefit of tho Sa vatlon Army Overaesa War Fun were considered to-day by Iho cor rnltlea In charge. 'Acting Chief of Bollce Alcoek ga notice that the boxing features ho carnival would not be permltt and later issued an order in ho says not (o permit boxing unil penalty of tho captain of Iho d trict being suspended and fad chargea boforo the nollco trial boar NEW SWIMMINd RECORD York, Aug. Kalian Hawaiian swimmer, tabllahed a world's record tor 1 yards when ha covered Ihe dlsfan In one minute and 12 4-5 seconds, fcallng Leo Cclblo of .tlio New Yo A. C. In Die pool at Brighton Doa lost nfght. The (ornier rciiiti l-o. and La- Lex ing- n's average was E. li. Bradley..led the owners in mount; won with Williams rolhers with were second; ifersqn Livingstone's. slablo third th less than ?500 in advance of the B. McLean stable, which-, was urlh. Willis Sharp Kelmer's' Exlermina- on, by his victory Kentucky, erby and ills second in the Latonia won the as .theL ggest money. winnUtg .the iring racing 'bavins: 'won' for his owner. Johrcn, the Whitney, colt, by exlng the'Latonia derby, worth 25, gained Ibird place on the list ith BraUJey's winiLer-'of the Cincin- ati trophy, Batter Cake, and G. M. endrie's Rancher following close ehind in the order named. Rifle, a maiden at le Lexington meeting this spring, 'on .more races than any horse on 10 three "L" I racks, tiavlng a total f eight victories at the close of the atonla meeting. HAWAIIAN SWIMMERS' MARKS. Following are the records held by le three Hawaiian swimmers: Duke Kahanamoka. 23; open water. 50 2-5; tank. 35 open water. 75 2-5; lank. 100 open water. 100 2-5; 20-yard lank. 70 1-5; seaside, 80-foot 110 l-5t tfcnlnno beach 00-yard- lank. 100 1-5; Neptune each; 100-yard tank. 120 Seattle, 25-yard auk. 150 -Sydney, open water. Clarence K. Lane, 20 8 -1-5; 20-yard ank. i 2-5; Kupluiib beach .00-yard tank. 35 1-5; Seaside, SO feet. 40 Dululh, 25-yard tank 45 3-5; Portland, 50-yard lank. 80 Neptune, 100-yard lank. Harold Kr'uger. 40 23 2-5; Nep- tune, 100-yard lank. 50 4-5; Noijlune, 100-yard lank. 75 2-5; Neptune, 100-yard tank. ,100 1-5; Honolulu, open water, 100 4-5; Seattle, 25- Sard lank. 400 3-5; Neplune 100- yard tank. 440 Neplune, 100 yard tank. 80 2-5; Neptune, 30-yard tank. 100 1-5; Dol Monte, 37- yard lank. i, ff tf 4 4, Sensational Suit Savings "Fashion Craft" Suits Reduced to They're uiirriistakeably the greatest suit value we've ever offered. Men who are clever shoppers on quality are taking full advantage ui-itie savings by supplying themselves fully for now.and. fall. Many of these suits are appropriate m weight and next season's wear. Final Clearance Reduction oh "Fashion Craft" Suits that sold up to Final Mark Down on "Fashion Craft" Suits that Sold up to Final Mark Down on "Fashion Craft" Suits that Sold up to 7C I p Clearance of Shirts "Arrow" Brand Shirts at Greatly Reduced Prices THIS IS NOT A COLLECTION OF SO-CALLED SPECIAL PURCHASES. IT IS ALL REGULAR STOCK AND THE REDUCTIONS ARE-MADE FROM FORMER SELLING PRICES AND NOT FROM ARBI- TRARY VALUATIONS. THEY ARE DEVELOPED IN CLOTHES OF A MOST EXCLUSIVE KIND, THE RICHNESS OF THE PATTERNS AND THE VARIATIONS IN COLOR SCHEMES AFFORDING VAR. IETY AND CHARACTERiMOST UNUSUAL IN THESE UNUSUAL TIMES. "Arrow" Silk Shirts reduced "Arrow" Silk Shirts reduced to "Arrow" Madras Shirts reduced to "Arrow" Madras Shirts reduced and "Arrow" Shirts reduced to Louis Keel Home of Fashion Craft Clothes and the Florsheim Shoe. of NOW TURNING BALL FIELDS TO STOREHOUSES ft ft