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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX TDK LCTiiBRinr.K 'lUHA II1UULD SATURDAY; WCCLCMBER 28, "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus WITH ME TO VHP, VTATtQN U _ Hf? E YCXJ HIT ME THAT CLOCK: I'M TO MOTHER- 1'i.LiLEEP ALL I NEED M THE REfcT- b- The Sport FBOXT I'XOIU War Has Made Very Lillle Dif- Crowd Melbourne Cup Ecc. war did not 'have au adverse effect on racing In Australia. Although a large percent age of Ibe, Toun.? men of the were overseas in 'uniform, thorough- bred racing was more popular than ever. The largest crowd in the history of racing In Australia saw the recent SPORT ROUNDUP Cincinnati will not hare to lock very far tor a manager now that Pat Morau Is free. The Cincinnati last night withdrew iis 15000 otter-to the Keil.Sox for tho lelease of Dick Hob- lltzel, who was spoken of as a pos- sible successor Christy Mat'ie son. There, is no one In sight with better qualifications to head the Ileis than ritehburg Fat. The Newark" Internationals will hare to come to some agreement will the major league over the use 01 (he Harrison ball park or secure grounds. '-Wiedenmayer's park nc longer will be available. A dye con cern has purchased rcreral plots o the Melbourne Cup. which' the' v park holdings country. It Is estimated thai over 000 persons were in the enclosure on the 'day of [he race. Of -these 82.000 paid' admission and the others were ad- milled free.ot charge. Ra'cing in ;Aus- tralla pays' a big dividend to the gov- ernmenL Last year, the tax ball U5e jimmT iiiciman of the Dodgers am "rja'sey" Stengel of Ilie Pirates hav bEeI1 "Discharged from the navy an cow ate -la Civni3n attire. Stengel ha ling machmey'atnounted'to SLOOO.OOO this year it will be much larger. a t conjao Wjtu Barney TJreyfuss There is some doubt atout Hickma returntng to baseball this season, he has a.good position with a steam ship company and may not oe able to devote any time'to baseball. Camouflage uimi win TORONTO, 'Dec.. Art Duncan, who prior (o the war was a member of the Vancouver team of the !s leaving for the coast tonight; where' he will play this season. Duncan made a1 distinguished record Con Jl'Vey. veteran ringster, an who was in Jim Corhett's co jner in alt his famous battles, was ati interested spectator at ilie riugsidc 111 Phllly the day of the Jack Dempsey- BiUy' MlsSe bout and saw Reams' lighter in action for the first time. "lie is the first said McVejr, "who looks like the old bunch. 1 -would call him a slightly smaller edi- tion of Jim Jeffries. He is one of the best two-handed punchers I have ever seen. Ami.another thing in his fav- at the front, being otticially credited jor is tne [act (hat he is always on top with shooting down 11 enemy planes. lie is a Toronto boy and'bis profes'- aional career was limited to one sea- son. Holmes ot the Toronlo club, wlo has been recalled- by Seattle, also leaves tonight. BIG OFFER TO W1ULARD. NEW Dominic Tortorlch, the promot- er, is making a strong ettort to