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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1917. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus WELL- HOW DID You toow. COOKED IT A.LL MX SELF THC OF COOK OIV1HA ME THAT KINO OF ROOD HAVE. IT WITH A Munro Beat Anderson in Barons Wrestling Smelled of a Frame-up The wrestling game got a poke on Ihc Jaw that put it down and out for good with the liarous fans on Thurs- day night at Darom when Alex Munro and Walter Anderson put oil an ex- hibition that bore all the earmarks of a frame-up of the first water. It was so rotten the fans booed them- selves hoarse, and want no more ol Ilie same for a long time to come. Tho match was lo ho a finish affair for the championship of Canada, and mat before tbe crowd woke up lo whtl was doing. There was a lot of money on Anderson that he would get one full. He got it alright, but tlie fans haven't been able to figure it out yet. Tho third fall went to Munro in two minutes in easy fashion. To 'tbe fans who saw ibis pair in a real exhibition first inter-city game of basketball '.his without a fall in 68 minutes the spec- season with the Edmonton All-Star lade of them divvying up three falls aggregation. Lelhbrirlge is going to in 14 minutes and 45 seconds was endeavor to establish itself in enough to make the blood run cold, so tho minds of the Northerners nnd with they're off the wrestling stuff for a the team shaping up the best tver, Capitals Beat Calvary In Close Game Last Here Eager Put on your old grey bonuet and trot over lo the "Y" tonight for tho JIunro was easily the favorite. It hadi long time to come. i there is every Indication that the ntan expected that he would take two It Is such exhibitions that puts the scalps of the invaders will be tucked slra'ght falls. Only a few days ago in, wrestling game, one of the best on away safely under thelf belts after a handicap match, Munro failed to' earth when It Is ran on the square, to tonight. 'his match looks like a had one for teams, being tlie only trundler to he St. Paul light but knock 'em over for better than GOO. His Tbe Edmonton team having gained throw Anderson even once in an hour.' the bad with the fans and it will bo But last night Mimro walked out and a long lime in this part of the country ]iule ,n CalgaryT will be flopped Anderson for the first fa I In before they warm up to the mat game ja !he of sliape lon, it 12 mlriulM. Then Anderson walked The crowd at Barons was in- if in out and had the big Scotchman on tho cl.ned ,o be slta owing to the cold, r mat In 45 seconds if you please. -Ho'weather and that may hare the just grabbed Ihc big fellow, climbed reason the participants didn't care to on top and had his shoulders on the work overtime. pleted games and losing 9 and ;er winning 13, losing 5 and tying 1. Riiey started in 86 games and Oesch- ger in 30. Don't LTe Summing these fignres up It will be that. Aleck won more games in which ho went tho route than his two nearest rivals put together and more :ban half as many as' pll of his 'col- leagues put together. Tho figures on the completed games Always Had Lofs of Confidence When He Was on the Mound Jiisl how keenly will the Philadel- phia club feel the loss of Grover Cleveland Alexander and Killlfer and how far will Moran's club get without tills famous pair In the 1918 campaign? -Will tbo sale ot the big pitcher anil his battery mate to tbe Chicago club meun an almost ntler collapse of the Billies and render them hopeless as a. first division The: the games complet- ed by. Xallonar league pitchers in the pa'it-scason-UIiislrates quite fully the Alexanderr to the Philadel- phia, club, .that Aleck started 44 games, a iarser num- ber tban any other pitcher in tbe Icagnc, and.that lio completed 35 ol them, also a larger number than that complied by any of Ills rivals. Of the 35 full games which he hurled Iho famous pitcher won 30 and lost 5 which, to put it going some. An an insight into Aleck's con- sistency, It mighl ho pointed'ont that ha has led the National league pitch- ors in the matter of going the route In games which he started in five of tho seven years that ho lias been In Iho big show. ,Tho .other members of the Phila- delphia staff, Hixoy, Ocscheger, May- er, Bender, lavender and Fittery, taken together, accounted for 48 vie- bo compiled, for to show up well in a. record of this kind a pitcher must bave plenty of stamina and gamc- Tory likely looks like "pickens" after Calgary has been so handily disposed of. Tickets can be obtained at the "Y1 or from any of the players. The line-up will very likely be a: follows: Lethbridge. Edmonton. Forwards M. Dunsworlu English P. Irwin Stanton Centre Dunsworth J. Crorie Defense 0. McKillop K. Crosle A. Kane nil Ferg. Irwin will handle the wliistl Edmonton Beat Calgary Word was received last nixht al ness. That Alexander Is possessed of loeal "Y' mt Edmonton defeated Ca both of these qualities li not doubted by any follower of the sport, and this Is plainly Indiated In the iistires, which In thl. least do by the score of ne. mler-cily taekctball gam Tbls i5 lie. tthient proof of i ;Itnrs here. ri j came In Calgary was extremely cl dent' TA 0. Barrow, of the In- ternattonal league, who boll- 4> 4> daylng In Toroulo, states to- 4> ,4> day that lie had made no defl- nlle plan) for year Hot tkat he had several good pros- 4> peels in view. He would not 4 say whether he Intended to 4 cent the position of trastnem 4> manager of Ike 4> t club or art. ability. The Idea that Leonard can be dcJ feaieil will encourage his future op- ponents and mako for better scraps. it will fend to a great ileal to :he interest in the champion's matches. There always is a tendency .0 overrate every champion, anil' [.eoMrd. was doing snch great work' In the ring that his followers were beginning to expect impossible things of him.' There never was and never will be a boxer so skillful as lo be absolutely safe in tke ring. Boxing Is a game In which each side has a chance to win, even when the advan- tages may be all one man's favor. Cltae's miccess In, scoring when he stopped trying to box and resorted to sloggiig tactics skOTld serve as a hint to Leonard's opponents in the future. Johnny Dundee always made a. great showing Irij kit bouts with IxOnard became he likes to nil It op. it may be far from safe lo court a mltnp with the hard hilling cham- pion, hot It Is a better than lo try to cover np. formed, lie would liave been llxtii nice- Plan Came From Majors There is no question that .llu Connie Mack Got Iron K for Stars Stuffy drill is Is all tlml now re- mains of Connie Mack's wonderful baseball machine of 19H. With tho exception of the famous pitching trio Coo'mbs and Plank the slars of the'former world's champions worn disposed of at fancy prices. The total realized on the sale of 11 players was Kddie Collins alone brought the present own- ers of the Yankees liad to hand over ji certified .or before they could sisu "Home Hun" Liaker. Here is a list of plovers sold ny tho Athletics and tho prices of each: Wallfe Scharg, catcher; Anios Slrunk, Jue Bush', pitcher, to Boston Ilcd Sox for........................J69.000 LMdle Collins, sucoud baseman, lo Chicago Americans for 50.0UO l-'rank Halier, third baseman, (o Yankees for Jack linrry, shortstop. In Bos- NOTED BOWLER DIES Rochester, N.Y., Dec. Relsky, 44, one of the beet known, bowl- ers hi tke wmntry, was load dead this nwnlug hi kls ipartoKnd. Hdle CftiHn low denies tke re- pwi Uwt hi ratsndt to and (pars he win be psj tke wttk tke Whltt Sot ri MM) Wat aenoa. To Our Customers: You.wish to the "business world, we nfo sure, in keeplug things nraning on an even This Mill be best for you, ami fur us, and for lie country as a whole. If bnilneM can be kept at Its greatest efficiency prlcM will remain more stable, money will flow to anrl fro between buyers and Mllers and business will ran along In a pretty even way. We irrratigntal oar business from many iingles. Wo coMfdered tin adTlssMlttj ot raising prices, of changing our organizallos IB rurloos wayt, and have concluded that tbo raising of prices is wmettlac we should not do except as B last resort. We bare found, fcowever, that our expenses arn greater than before we- are working onr capital to the limit. Adding capital .would only serre to our expenses more, Hot we can make conditions better If we may alter oir credit htisineM. If we may to wlUwst tlie accounting necessary when our are on credit It will mean a great to us In oar eftoit to rnaiaUta our terries at present prices. Instead Df asking to pay itgier prices are going lo yon to piy catk at the ;M boy. MW plan wfll tecone effective January lit. We are snre you appreciate ow and will Iw glad lo -cooperate wrifc an, We appreciate patronage at tie past sod hope it win be f Very tmlr BAALIM MOTOR CO. HOMC Of THE CHCVMOLCT OF UNION MKK HAMIV MOLMAN, 1918 The success of your endeavors next year will depend up- on how you start each day.; The successful men in e.yery walk of life use Ihe AutoStrop Safety Razor because with it they get fi delightfully chsui, rom- fcrlaliiu shave in the shortest possible time.. .-N.I Tho AutoStrop is the only razor fttat sharpens its own blades automati- cally, keeping them free from rust and in perfect condition., Idcil for New Tear's Oft Price AutoStrop Safety Razor Co. Toronto, Ontario. -15-1217 ;