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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SfX THE LBfEKtmiPOB DAILY MffiULP AUGUST 1918 BRINGING UP FATHER By Me Mating I TO TtACH XOO MOW TO RECCWE ItJ UKE TO KNOW HOW to 4m RIO OP EH TO UEARN SOME THINI Gt SOLLY1 I EVER OFFER EO INCE WEVE BEEN IN EMfcOOTE TO The Sport Page FRENCH ME KEEN Tournament Among American Soldiers Over There At tracts Great Crowds Special boxing totirnaments among the American solciiars now in France many of whom had noted pugilistic records to their crefflit before joining the are fully as popular with the French aa with overseas forces serving under the Stars and At a recent series of the principal feature of which was a glove battle Frankie Burns and Battling every available Inch of space in the even up to the rafters above the third was and many were forced to gather outside to await the Seats were at a premium two weeks before the The whole city where the held declared a holiday for the and it was midnight before the celebration was The French people enthu siastic about the and many high French officers made special trips for the The entire force pf American officers In the section was A large sprinkling of women was In and they apparently enjoyed every feature of the This section has an array of clever boxers at the pres ent and it Is expected that some ANDY REPAIRS RADIATORS ALL WORK REAR DALLAS HOTEL familiar names will figure at the Burnt Old Time the well known Pacific Coast lightweight and an enlisted member of the 35th upheld his California reputation by knocking out a Brooklyn boy who is a member of the cavalry squadron in the eighth Frank al so of the 35th who hails from Edgewood and a former sparring partner for Harry stopped Youug of the with a succession of right up percuts to the body in the sixth Burns and McGuire scored their second knockout victories with in a month on this Sergeant Eric Ramsey of the engi and a man had all the better of a bout for four rounds with Young Vincent of the when he accidentally landed a swing low on his opponents body and was disqualified for an tional By stopping who has made his mark against the best boxers in the United States and Burns again proved he still has those assets which carried him through his earlier fights with the Anexforce man gassed by the Snail Hoganfi Ritchie and many other stars who have entered tne pugilistic hall of fame within the last ten Burns has outlasted all of these men and he and his trainers claim that he is just now at the height of his Both men entered In perfect condi Mantell kept his body well covered during tho first seven rounds leaving Burns only an iron jaw and head to play Burns left hand was In fine working as and throughout the earlier rounds he jabbed and hooked mostly with his planting an occasional hard right to the face as a follow At infighting some hard body punches were On several occasions the situation looked bad for but he still kept his At the start of the eighth Burns dropped all at tempts at defense and waded let ting his blows go with full Mantell fought back but i he was growing Gradually j his hands dropped to his and the seeing that he was in no position to defend ordered Burns to cease and raised his right hand in token of RESULTS Kentuckys Record of For 1917 Likely to Be In creased This Year AMERICAN 63 41 60 45 57 45 New 48 51 48 53 47 54 45 53 Philadelphia 41 60 137 winning days game S to Cleveland took tho j series from Washington 2 to Score I Washington 4 Cleveland 010 13 0 Altrock and Ainsmith Coumbe and took the last game of the series from Detroit today 4to Score S 0 8 2 Ruth and Mayer Boland and No others Palace Garage SECOND HAND CARS FOR DAY AND NIGHT Peck 308 Second Phone 665 SERVICE STATION HENRY Proprietor All Makes of Batteries Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street Phone 616 AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System RETREADING A REPAIRING By Experienced All work Special Equip ment for Rim Cut RITCHIE 208 13th Ellison Milln Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND Storage Phone 1023 324 11th Dowling BIJOU MOTOR THE HOUSE OF SERVICE NATIONAL Won 65 35 New 59 43 52 46 45 52 45 52 55 44 53 Louis 29 63 made it three straight from Louis today by scoring three runs in the last half of the ninth and winning 5 to Score Louis 002 10 0 Boston Oil 13 1 Doak and Gonzales North rop and de feated Chicago today by a score of 4 to by bunching hits off Vaughn and Score Chicago 000 7 2 Brooklyn 120 7 0 Carter and Killifer Mar Cheney and New made it three out of four from New York by winning today 5 to Score Cincinnati 200 10 2 New York 100 4 2 Luque and Wingo Steele and both Pittaburg pitchers phia secured an even breakfor the series today by winning both games of a double 6 to 1 and S to Scores Pittsburg 000 G 2 Philadelphia 300 8 1 Comstock and Schmidt Hogg and Second Pittsburg 82 Philadelphia 030 000 11 2 Slapnicka and Schmidt Jacobs and INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Hamilton 5 Newark Toronto 1 Baltimore Jersey City 4 Rochester Buffalo 2 Binghampton CHICAGO POLICE TO INTERFERE WITH BOXING orders tn stop boxing at the athletic and mili tary carnival on Saturday at Wlilto Sox Park for the benefit of tho Sal vation Army Overseas War were considered today by the com mittee in Acting Chief of Police Aloock gave notice that the boxing features of the carnival would not be permitted and later issued an order in which I he Buys not to permit boxing under I tha penalty of the captain of the rtjH trlct being suspended and facing charges hnfore the police trial in Kentucky last year yielded owners a total of and unless the length of the autumn meetings in this state is greafly the total for this season will show a substan tial The amount distributed through tha spring meeting at Lexing Churchill Douglas Park and Latonia this season totals On this basis the entire 1018 dis tribution should approximate Churchill Downs led the Kentucky tracks In the amount daily distrib uted to Douglas Park came second with a daily average of and La tonia third with Lexing tons average was Bradley led the owners in amount won with Williams Brothers with were second Jefferson Livingstones stable third with less than 500 in advance of the McLean which was Willis Sharp Kelmers Extermina by his victory in the Kentucky derby and his second in the Latonia won the post honor as the biggest money winnijte jhorsepof the spring racing jhavirig won for his the Whitney by an nexing the Latonia worth gained third plape on the list with Bradleys winner of the Cincin nati Batter and Hendries Rancher following close behind in the order a maiden threeyearold at the Lexington meeting this won races than any horse on the three L having a total of eight victories at the close of the Latonia HAWAIIAN SWIMMERS Following are the records held by the three Hawaiian swimmers Duke 50 23 open 50 25 75 35 open 75 25 100 open 100 25 20yard 70 15 80foot 110 15 Neptune beach 100yard 100 15 Neptune beach 100yard 120 25yard 150 open Clarence 20 8 15 20yard 25 25 Neptune 100yard 3f 15 SO 40 25yard 45 35 50yard 80 100ya d Harold 40 23 25 Nep 100yard 50 100yard 75 25 100yard 100 15 open 100 45 25 yard 400 35 Neptune 100 yard 440 100 yard 80 25 30yard 100 15 Del 37 yard NOW TURNING BALL FIELDS TO STOREHOUSES NEW SWIMMINd RECORD Now Kuhauo tlio Hawaiian etii tablltihtul a worlds record for yards when ho covered the dlstancu in one minute and 12 45 de feating Loo Jeible of the New York iu Hie pool at Brighton Beach last The former record was 15 New homo of the Brooklyn haHiihall club will ho closed for duration of iho war and verted into a storage ware house after tin game with Philadelphia next This action was decided upon at a mod in of the board of directors of thu flub Tlio former Federal league baseball park in Brooklyn is being used for similar pur poses at C A A A 4 Sensational Suit Savings Fashion Craft Suits Reduced to Theyre unrrtistakeably the greatest suit value weve ever Men who are clever shoppers on quality are taking full advantage of the savings by supplying themselves fully for now and Many of these suits are appropriate in weight and style for next seasons Final Clearance Reduction on Fashion Q 7C Craft Suits that sold up to 10 I D Final Suits Mark Down on Fashion Craft that Sold up to Final Mark Down on Fashion Craft Suits that Sold up to Clearance of Mens Shirts Arrow Brand Shirts at Greatly Reduced Prices THIS IS NOT A COLLECTION OF SOCALLED SPECIAL IT IS ALL REGULAR STOCK AND THE REDUCTIONS ARE MADE FROM FORMER SELLING PRICES AND NOT FROM ARBI TRARY THEY ARE DEVELOPED IN CLOTHES OF A MOST EXCLUSIVE THE RICHNESS OF THE PATTERNS AND THE VARIATIONS IN COLOR SCHEMES AFFORDING VAR IETY AND CHARACTER MOST UNUSUAL IN THESE UNUSUAL Arrow Silk Shirts reduced Arrow Silk Shirts reduced to Arrow Madras Shirts reduced to Arrow Madras Shirts reduced to and Arrow Shirts reduced to 4 Louis Keel Home of Fashion Craft Clothes and the Florsheim JUSTICE FOR LES Australian Boxer Was Victim of Boxing Ever since the loath of Leu Darcy thfjre has been a feeling that tho young Australian was the victim of about us mean a propaganda as was ever turned loose any Australian soldiers passing through this country have lately let drop hints that Uarcy was the target for the attack by an Australian boxing Their stories are to tho effect that at home Darcy was made to fight a lot of mysterious misfits who were cheap hams and meet a lot of them shipped out there from America labeled American They hint that Darcy was paid a mere pit tance for his boxing in When he broke away to come to Am erica to fight some realtmon in his class the story runs that the trust or Homo of its opened on him all of the guns of abuse they could find and succeeded in getting the wolves in America on his If such a thing as this is possible it is ono of the dirtiest splotches on the none too clean escutcheon of the professional fight promoting The fooling is growing that Darcy was iho victim of about as mean and underhanded an attack as can be found anywhere in the record of to height of cross bar and width be tween goal A golf course is any old width and any old Holes may be found at certain length on other but no two holes are identically No two golf turfs are of identical tex Tho wind doesnt blow from identically the same direction or with tho velocity on any two And even giving fishermen a big there are no two lies alike in CYCLIST CHAMP BEATEN Newark Spencer of the American 1917 cycling was last night relieved of his crown by the veteran Frank Kramer ofEast ina two mile Kramer was beaten last season by the youthful Toronto rider after hold Ing tlio championship for sixteen Spencer quit He has ridden unsatisfactorily in his man races of GOLF UNLIKE ANY OTHER GAME A tennis court measures so many foot this way and so many that with a net in tho A baseball field includes a diamond that is 90 feet between the or feet and somo odd Indies from home plate to second A football field has its circum scribed and described Vioundary lines M ifflijUi and and also aa We Carry a Complete Line of Motor Car Supplies all the best Tire repair supplies and Special prices on non skid Hookon and lace on tire iMonGlare LET US SUPPLY YOUR WANTS Baalim Motor Company Back of Union Bank THROW YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES IN OUR REP CROSS BOX ;