Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
WKDXESDAY, DKCKMBER 26, 1917. 'BRINGING UP FATHER" PAGE THREE By G.' McManus HELLO- 1 I VJOtfT BE OVER, hid been w busy vrith -nto- army dutlx -that i had not ta'traln property'and 'wwild like week if' It could, grahiej. There were no objection. tbli end, ROM li of in addition- al training, ao the bout has been for Wednesday, January 9th. This wltr give'bath boxers every chance to get Into shape, and the fans are assured.of an even better bout than If the original date had adhered to. The receipt of Ed. Smith's tele- gram setting forth his opinion ef the Chicago middleweight has ere- atad the'wldat hind bf Intareat In the bout'Fans anticipate seeing the best ge ever staged nere.tThere is already a big denuind for seats for the match. ILREADYfOR Final arrangements and preparations have been concluded for the- big gamo of basketblll between Lethhrldge and Edmonton on Friday, Dec. 28th. A tood stiff workout yesterday was Christmas Sport Decisions WELTERWEIGHTS ______ Lawrence, Mug., bee. Robson ot Maiden, got the decision over Fred Dyer ot Australia, in a 12- round bout here last night. Tha men are welterweights. r ?i r the last and the boys .baped j never before. POLE WRESTLER WINS Boston, Mass., Dec. Zbyszko, the Polish wrestler, defeated ling match weight champlonihip here last nfzht. .team for soine few years r sad have a great ra- pntstlpn, with them r the. 0( WINS SWIMMING RACE Paris, Melster, who was five times wounded In tie battle won the n Chrlslmas swimming .contest cial championship, doi.cross the river Seine, a distance of not intend to let the game slip through 360 yards. The temperature stood at their finger.. Friday night they hit about the- freezing the ere crowded with spectators who cheered Monaiies, the swimmers as they plunged through Games with Kayraorw and Calgary the Icy water. Meister won this evenl are In the process of arrangement, In 1913. and ;Cardston [and Tiarnwell are ex- peeled lo have a finger In I bo pie also This first Bame'bf the season MUMMERV PLAYS the only winter sport golrg on' WITH TORONTO PROS, now, so put Friday away for.a vlilt to the ".Y" and Me what's going on. Toronto, Dee. Mammery reported lo the Toronto Hockey Clul Ihls morning and will play acalnst the v Canadlens oa Wednesday. Managei will start off with two goal- t CURLING RESULTS The results of the opening matches played at the curling Qu'errTe pron- i 1'Bk wl" be I .lrom the Wanderers to trads 4jer3, including Faalkner, of Saskatoon Talllon Cote, of the Soo. Man Lelhbridge Bowlers Will Big Interest in Munro- Anderson Match advertised wrestling match between .Walter Anderson and frauk Taylor, set for last Satur- day evening at did not materialize for some unknown rea- son. Tomorrow, Thursday evening, (lie big match between Muuro autl Anderson at Barons for the Cana- dian heavyweight championship, will draw a big crowd from tho soulh, especially from Lelhbrldge, as a lot of fans want to see'this pair In a finish match.. Munro is considered the favorite over the ..finish route. The Uarons match will be enlivened by a bowling match, between tho old Letlibridgo and Baroiis. This will be staged prior to the wrestling bouL Tbejteam to represent Leth- bridg'o will be picked from Evan's, Shover, Irwin, Sloan, Slurray and others. _ On Saturday evening Frank Tay- lor-and Jtimro aro due to meet in' -Vulcan in a big bout staged by M. r. Duller. Football; Scores London. Dec. following are the results of Saturday's games In the English league: London Combination The Arsenal 3. Queen's Park 0. Brentford o, Clapton Orient 0. Chelsea C, Jllllvroil Athletic 2. Crystal Palace 2, Tottenham Hot- spurs 3. West Ham United 0, Fulham 1. M-dland Section Hernslcy 3, SbeHicM United 0. Uradford 1, Leicester Fosse 0. Notts County 8. Grimsby 2. Hull 3, Notts Forest 2. Sheffield Wednesday 3, Rotherham 3 Lancashire Section. Blackpool 1, Rochdale 3. RoHon Wanderers 0, Rurslem Port Vnle 2. Uuvuley 0, Manchester United 6. Liverpool 3, Oidham Athletic 0. Manchester City 1, Ulackbum Hov- era 0. Pro s Ion North End 0, Ever ton I. K.'ockport County 2, Southport Cen- tral 3. Stoke 1, Bury 0. ScottiihVlieague. Glasgow. Dec. following are the results of Saturday's football games In the Scottish league: Partlck Thistle Park i. Third Rangers 1. Celtic 3, Dumbarton 0. Hamilton 2, Morlnn 1. Hearts I. Alrdrieonlans 4, Ayr United 1. Falkirk 2, Hibernians 3. Kllmarrioek- i.' Clydebank 3. New York, Pec. spite of .the acquisition of Grovcr Cleveland Alei- andcr and William Kilmer by the Chi- cago Cubs, It is likely the Gianls will %a to the post at the start of the base- ball season of 1918 favored as what lias corns to be known as an old club In baseball. Because of this it Is Im- probable that the team will be mater- ially affected by the national army draft. The majority of ton players are mar- ried and have families dependent upon them for support and not a few of them are more than thirty-one years o't .lie. Furinermore, it is known that several of those who are over the Jraft aga or who have families to sup- port have tried to enlist and have been rejected because of physical dis- ability. I either Noble or Randall for Holmes It is a Good Plan to Have Your Car Overhauled Once a Year Is is bound to save big repair bills, and maybe-acci- dents later on. Now, that the weather coid and your car is standing idle, anyhow, is the best lime to have it done. Theif wsathsr warm and want ywir car K is ready. Repair Deparfawirt Cai't Be K will rijftw Bijou Motor Parlors THI HOUM Of .TRHT WUTH I.ITMMIOOC, Edmonton All-Star haskethall team plays the Raymond provincial cham- pions at llaymond on Saturday even- ing of this week and Ilio boys and the fans.of the southern town are up on their toes for I her occasion. Tha moud qulnlel Is not at all averse to i raeellng the pick of the capital has- I kelballers. They have their last win- ter line-up practically intact and been working out now for a month so are In tho best ot condition, the game there will be a big dance In the opera house. Rajrmond ejpcclj a W crowd from outside points for tao inalcti. THROWN I New Tork, Dec. of" Fti- land, won lhe world's catch-at-catcn- can wresllng chimplonshlp in the -fn- i lernitlonil lournsrnent here last night I by throwlof Kd "Strangler" Lewis of Lexington, Kr., In 1 hour, 4) minutes i and 37 seconds witk t body and acle- jsom kold. contest wat a otic. timed one or the other was i (Jkwe to fill, and each a toe hold was end cane.wtev who paying own to Ms seconds than to his opponent, was 4ewMil W Ian by a Great Middleweight is Spending HU Days Getting Soldiers in Trim New York, Dec. Gibbons, middleweight cicellent, Is too busy to bother about a little thing like s mere fight' between a couple of professional scrappers. That is, Mike's too busy to bother about the variety of box fights, for Mike Is spending his time these days clubbing .a bunch of young huskies Into fighting shape at Fort Dodge, which lies Jusl out of DCS Molnes, Iowa. Mike had a chance to take on Harry Greh in an encounter, qt Pittsburg and was ready to sign articles until con- ditions were like, so ho requested Eddie Kane, his man- ager to call off proceedings and let bint keep on teaching the soldiers how to box. Gibbons tikes Work Mike is so wrcjpped np In this thing I can hardly get him to talk said Kane recently. He 30.1 out of heil one morning at 6 o'clock ind went out to the camp to watch the soldiers go through their calisthen- ics. He wanted to sec It all and team it, for he is going to Introduce a Mike Glhbons system lo Ihose fellowi. He certainly Is getting wonderful re- nulls .with lhe work ho already lias sUrted." JIik6 himself talked ViH'lid ahont tho jabs snd right crosses he Is put- ting into the hearts of the mtn. Ho enlhused all over himself, and getting Mike to saf n few, dozen words Is liko prying a hnrdbolicil egg looso from a dime. Instruction Proves Valuable The boys at Fort Dodge are gelling the benefll of boilng Inslructions from a, jiast master at the aft It is extreme- ly doubtful if the fight game- has ever seen a more accomplished mast- er :of the mitt than Mike of St. Paul. lie Is an adept at feinting with his head. His footwork is a revelstkm, and he combines with these graces, the> knack of being able to drive homo a I punch with murderous effect. Mike's' record doesn't boast the only white who has defeated the wrestlers In their own style Jiu Jilsu.- t GOOD 2CXING PRELIMINARIES. GENERAL ADMISSION KM RINGSIDE, ?300 AND To Our Customers: Von wish lo assist lhe business -world, wo aro sure, In kecfilu things running on nn even keel. This will he best for you, and tot us, for tho country as a whole. If business can he kopi going at Us greatest efficiency will remain more slablc, iuoney will flow lo and fro between buycre and sellers and will run along In a pretty even way. 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