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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONOAY, 11, 1017 .TUK LKTHDRIDGE DAILY HKHALD PAGE TlWtE UP FATHER" G. McManus 1 WO KOU-bN-T COMVWCE IT WUZN'T. A l WHVT? tOO LEFT HW IN TELEPHONE ROOTH- WELL -NOYr HOW TO HOME. THIS KNOW Harrison and Jack DiHori Matched Bout to Come off'in Milwaukee AI Ross Has a Sparring Partner Rtng fans up this way have Been wondcc'ifl wfty they never heard much about Phil'Harrlson before he came up here to fight Al Ross. As a matter oT lact there are plenty of near-top-nolchers south1 of the line we seldom hear of up this way, and Harrison IE onc of them. v But the Chicago battler is going to step into the time light In the next few weeks, scccrding to word received by .friends in the city Harrison is. to take on Bob Moha at Chicago coon and Jack Dillon at Milwaukee a few days later. Moha isn't so well known ta Alberta fane but there are mighty few who h.aven'1 heard of Jack Dillon the Hooiier bearcai. Between Dillon and Mike fs tald to bu a tofts-up. Fans be Anxious to learn how Har- riicn and came out, for from the result they will be able to tell pretty welt the calibre of the Harrison-Ross match here- The locsl set-Io been put down by who have seen the best of them ac'rosa the line in action, as one of the greatest mills they had seen. Rost Working Hard Rosi'now boasts a sparring ner at hts msn wha can make him speed up atid develop his punch for his com- ing match -with "Spider" Wolfe of Chicago. what the fans want to know. Wolfe Ic a great boxer though probably a shade less of a battler than Harrison, so he and Rocs should match up well and show plenty of action. There it a possibility that the Ross-Wolfe bout will have to be postponed a dsy or two owing to the theatre being booked for a road-show. Sore Hands Are Fad Among Players at Training Camps buck Wearer lakes .1 bur liner that tjlovo haml, which In- licou ME HOT SI uuL-kj him aft Ills :mO lu twhc normal slue. Trla Bju-aker KVIS a Firal baseman and t-JUhers ilurip.fi nearly smiles, drive with "apparent case. Doesn't, tho hall sling? Hoys on ilie lots and amateurs Kener-ally find ihoir 11 and a urc swol- len and sore afier an afternoon of [j as I lining; They envy the calm witii v.-hicb ball. U's all In Lhc leagucri tiro at iheir Bprluu camp tlicy lu KO ihrousli a process of hardeninc; their bunds. Several months of vacation from active filar- Ing- tirakc Uicir hands .roll as of llic avcrjgR citizen. s fiinl it neceriSiiry lo order It'fluucrs iBcUc Lhc When major their men lu practice a couple of days without, cloves, the idea, being to keep them from throw in 3 too liard. Many oulficlclc-rs have trouble at flril catching flics. Pins Uoilie, a sure uaicli. Jias Lseu seen to drop eight of 10 fly balls hi) lo hinj ami lantlijiy squarely In his hands. Alter a. [lay at first we 'have JacX Konniier complain oi soro hands. Hu lias oxhiUitcil bis to he faced and cnUarrd, the early of the pniclicii often wear heavier pads in their glo- Soufc Insert n bcoMeak in tlie 1m- nfr. Joe Jackson, apparently a hardy cliap. more Ihim once lasi spring (old how hts hands hurt him nficr Ing ordinary Alter a few dayj thvhtlc AiicilloUo Jived straight at (ho balloon, at winch lie opened flro with inccJfarj- biillels al :i range alioui i'i> yards. At iht same monietii he suddenly realized lhe danger he was in, for it ivas clearly Impossible for him lo avoM collision wilh tlift now Ilamlng balloon. "1 UioiiEhl lu it means ilcaih." h-2 says in bis report. "I CloseJ y eyes and u-uilcd. Karcly a scconJ hefore I fell a shock; Hi ere was n sound of tearing, flames rushed across ni> lace. 1 opened my eyc.-i id found myself a Itvr dozen yards from the ground. started my steailieJ the macliinc, glanced at tlio wings iu fear llictt tltclr snpiiort would fail me. They WLTC Ircmbling as 1 hough broken and Merc carrying sotrio.tattered ]ileccs n[ stuff, liul they licld; tlic propeller turned, and the airplane, gradually gaining sppetl, glided toward lhc llal- lut lines. A few rtiinutcs later I alight- ed al my camp." Kxaminatioci of tlie machines sntnv- eil H. hsil passed clean Ibroufiii the burning ballonn. In the sliced of collision the wings -had acuialiy beuu broken In the middle, hut were helJ togcllier by the sujiport o[ the nm-'' "HC gun. _ _ ____ ________ _, tlic AmnLcur Athletic unton. Wllh urea verc Dan j to assemble a cluL is n j to Ms PlnyJjig qualities. The pole vaultcrs also kept the bar steadily from (lie da llugli Haxter AM 11 feet Jnc; Mark Wri-hl now holds ord, ivilh 13 feet 2 1.-4 inches, bul lhc original hclghl has been unproved, up- oiyno less tlian seven and lied down two-fifths of a second in a Irltto. once, less Hi an 30 years, llelwcen ISS3 and i In lhc eyenU H feet 3 1-S 191S It was broKcn Iwicc, arid no lesa inches mark flic gain between exception of two or Ihrec cvcnls Hie rccnnla show lhal almost every stand- ard tonlesl-has rcpealeilly been bec- tereil during ihc iiuriuil since the early ciglities, nlicn the A.A.IJ. ivas organ- Ttic liHi-yard ilasli recoril was cut than 11 simmers participated inhrofllt- irig or tlic lime. In 220-yanl dash four-tilths of a second was Jojipcd olf Iho lime In a other series of home antl hciitc games ,r similar period, Ihe record, being broken count lorn poluU round. The round woulrt give Lclhtirid.qc tbc bacon as. they mndc n (olnlof one jKilnl more thnn Raymond. Tlie date of the ulay-ofl has'nol'ycl bcmi de- cided but may he Thursday of (Ms week. CONNIE MACK HAS HOPE ('on ule iaA'1 see why ImschaH wrllora everywhere are urdlctlnK tr ruhi for him .next summer. "My team won't bp, so very sf.vs Slack, "No. li won't .IxS a pennant winner; that la, f hardly Hi Ink It will bul my team will -play aaiue mighty good baselialJ, or else I srefli.- Iv-misUken. "I now liavu the jiut'lcus of a slronR learn. When 1 announce the names of my- players yon wrUcra .will all have to hatik up." Yen, 1 have A few snr- fpiia. for Ihe wrllcra na well ns llin t may to." i eight Ii, 1ml I don't twice and, eighl runners receiving credit for cxcccrtinK or enunllzlnE tlic'iii previous clocking. The quartcr-mllii, Jjerner's heave of 28 feet H 1-1 Inches ivlth HIP bail (JrnIll's W ftel 0 I-S Inchcj maAc iu 131J. The shot-pnl sain amounts lo fct-t 'ncli. having been broken six limes a period of SO years' The dlscna not established muil event ta onc oi lhc lo the and lhe first HSU res were held liy C. gentral rule. ..Wendell linker ran Mciiueinaii, wllli feet 9 Indies. yards Jn 47-7i sccoilds in ISSO, null In 1312 Iho iirtsunt: record of' J15 feet in :30Q itlncey rcdnceil llic J-2 inches was malic hv lluncan, but lo 17 Since that tlatc HO! during these nsurcs took lho tlrsi 'll IWflOUIflFIffi Ir. Dcubltf: find Jennings Flng lo Shover nnd Dicksun De.MBiibry nnfl Perc Irwin look Clark end Crecn mmp on Salur- duy evening iu Ibc bowllni; doubles, bul Ihey fnUcd by onc pin to lake Raines out of three. The youngsters sprimer has even equaled this forniancc.' Distance Marks towered Coming lo Lhc'longer distances. lUc hnlf-inllo run nas been battered twice, seconds having been cut off the mark made liy Myers In 1SKS. Tills time wag lowered and Tour alltletas are credited wilh tyiiix of breaking Ihc rcconl. lu tlic mile'run Improved no Itia than seven llnica, and In each case ilarlln Bhorlrtan was lhc KlMctcrfo boiler his nrcvious record. .PIJ secomla' Hity losl Ihe 296 lo Irwin wafl lilsh man for the three games with with 201 as high single game. DeManLcy aiso went over the 500 nnark for Ms three games, rolling very cbnalstcnlly. The pair had 67 lead In lhc (fircc garfics, Tonight the round starts on Us second lap when Shwvcr nnrt WiUels are drawn agtiinsL Krec- !alone and Needs. SMurdny nlghl's The curlers anil al Ii agatn. CURLING reiwn. ii] mu muc run s secomia: Tlie curlers aro.np anil al II again, I scores' niflrk llic Improvement, W. (I: GeorgclTho bonsiilel htul In be poslixincd for ran the dfslnncc In In few days> See lomorrow's papers. and In lurn Tommy Conncff, John Paul'Draw fnr lonfghl: TS. Marrs; lrviln" f ;_ .Itinca and Norman Tnhor each clipped' DavfUson vs. KfrXham; Kelson vs. (Jie lime, until al present U str.nris ntiAlnl; McKenzlc vs. Gibson. The first IS .201 177 SAIER MAY PLAY WITH. TOLEDO Drisnshan to Have Made Him Good Ofier Toledo. Hogcr 'IJreaiinlian an- nounces Hint KlrsL Baseman Vic Saiev will, in all probability, piny ivlth Tn- lotlo ihis season. According In is a free agent .iDil able lo sign with" which ever club he pleases. clalun him, and the Chicago Cubs argue that he belongs (hum, fiul Manager llresua- han contends he ran a conlrnct vlili Tolcrto (f'he desires. Tolcilo. Mllsbnrg aittl have 'iccn liotfool lhc sterling Backer. The duke Is aald lo have jnads nm a splcudlr) salary olfpi1. fur In ex- cess he got. lasl year aL Chl- caso over what Owner Wccehnian of lhe Cubs offers this season anil above what Ilavuey Urcyfusa is willing to pay tirg contends it owns liie flrJt sacker. Clilcngo argued1 he is free. Thai's ivhal hcllcvca nml accordlrjBly. ma tic him ivhal [ir ably lhe salary ottered lo rilhlete to ulr.y in the RICKEY BUSY WITH HORNSBY llr'ducli ilickuy hns Knlf of ih KBCplnfi Kogcrs llornsby away from lhc Cuba, which occupation he expects lo pursue, meanwhile tryliiR (o indvicc llonisby to sign up wltj flic fnrtllnaJs. ree In Shield, Tbc last In Ihe Colls. [Green of the Mitchell motor U possible (o drive on a( speeds, ranging from half a milr, (o fifty or fluty tntttt an hetir. Thft >ame' ferture tnablrt it to pick .up and Idle flown Jwilt at qitlekly. It Ii you on enjwded you realize how much your safety and (he Safety of othcri fepcnd on this ent feature, THE MITCHELL IS A SAFE CAR Bijou Motor Parlors Limited THE HOUtt OF 3EAVICC FIFTU rTHEET SOUTH LETMMIOCe. lil'l Tlie rire-uiDc record Ins Irecri' broltcn UirpfT tinier ;ind equaled once since 1SS7, and Ibu lolal.gajn amounta to 1 RUSSELL LET OUT BY UNCLE SAM 2-Ii seconds. 1 he 10-nillc run ahbwr tx gain of 1-j scr.imis since ISS't jlhc record of ihnl cfplc Iiavfng hcci 'buffered (hrcc times. In tlic hurdle race I l-ii second.' mark gflln over lu 1SDJ IL Williams dirt 15 l-n, 3iO 4C3 1G6 -174 Dltcliarfled AS -Hexing InstrutLor Camp Pike "Mllfe llorh. >'cb. II. The dhcharge of Krnnkto llusscil, .Vcw Or- leans.llghlwelghl, an Iwilng Inslruclor ta W SJIT i of 11 3-5. During Ihcsc 20 ycBTs tho rcronl was brohcf lour times and tied tour tfmcs. Kraeniteln 9ti 220 Hurdle Record Al 2-fl yards (do gain amounts (a Ttrll scroiul. ThJs second was cul-alt 'by A. C. KrncnzleJn In and ilKcn tlnil Iwlco, but ncjrer bcdlen. Tho one-mile walk ha-i been Improved to Inoexlenl of V seconds since "Cin- ders" Murray stepped lhc distance Jn ;G mlnulea 23 X-5 second? It was not until 1511, however, th.it fleo. the Canadian walker, -Jiecl- l MIP. dlstuDCC In no ulhcr performer lias' equaled IhAso (Ig- nrt3 since. Iho tk-lJ 'also nlturJ sura': n'. It .rcsiiUcil from arrcsl- by Ibc mllllary following n fist fight be- tween tlic nugillflt nnd R inomber of Ihfi inllUory pollrc at a Udle Hock hall. f BOOSTS TONY Manager HIIRO ttezrtek of Ilic PiralcJ [combe anil .145 2H? 937 UU-kson aiid Shover, M'lth tho lallcr _ gung. ploughed (hraiign (.lennliies nacl Kvans, who have been Iho house flaff for floaihlcs bowling nt Ibu Dominion alleys, on evening when Ihey litat lhe holder? by ty ptns In a five nifltch, Rhover'and Dkhson look three of ihu five games, Shover ivns (he hifih man for Ilia sct.wlllilSJ'O. having Ivo orrr 200, Jcnntnss haj slnslc jtanift with 208. Kvnns had onc fcamfi over the ZtiU mirx. Shover and play Needs and Krecalonc tontphl and Tuesday evening MB- MfUar piny Hiultb nnd Wckson 544 IS! 165 853 Sbovcr ZOO 204 181 back cast glowing iccoDtita Kvans. Wednesday evening the of the proapccls of Tony Doeckel ma- pUy (he return five-man king good KS Ills third buscman. HP Uocekel has hard at work all (all anil winter >nil his lakcn off fully 15 pounds of anrplua weight. One o( the lo the youth [ram the NorlhweMcrn last aiimmer was his and lie EC! about mincing as soou M Mason ExcbMf c, 344 387 369 356-IS23 Jennings ...IS2 lo< 135 1M S78 Evans ..163 201 187 165 80S Hi 3i5 17SI CLAfflFIES WLE Ixmdon, CCorrcsuondcncal Speaking en Germany's war aftiis dangers of ,a preiaalurc peace, Lord Denbigh described the peoplo who r.re Diil'Ior [space at any certain asiin.clasn Eeparr alliin.liieni aa ''The are Uiosc who arc Ignor- ntil of tUe sflnatloit and do not kuu-ur what they arc talking "about. "TJio Z, 2's are utter rollers, inert Ti'lio u-aiit tho war lo end because they. L'Junot. gel uiarfarJnc or because Ihclr Leer la' ilihi. "Tlio arc Iho. enemy agents in the or Germany, trying to lover the morale of 'the soldiers and RESIGN BECAUSt OF )LLNES3 Mnnlrenl, Feb. Col. ]l, ftlriccit. C.B., wbo lias been In tom- No. 3, McOlIl general lal on'service in Frantic, amcii Us brgnnlzatlbn nearly three years 'and a half ffgo, has returned to-Montrcal. Ha realgnecl his owlac to MAKE YQUR '-SUMMER: DREM NOW. "THE DAY" HAS THE MATERIALS. Obey the Law Make tore tint cw n cqupped with Uiu that MHk aB kfil We Sell the Fanjo.ua BAALIM OF UNION IANK MOUt Of rut CMfVWJtCT HA HOUMN, ;