Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
HCIJUUAIVY 12. l'J17 THR DAILY PACE THREE [''BRINGING UP FATHER" >y G. McManus V.DO BELIEVE THM MNO I OiDri'V CCOt; re1-: HOV COCVJ THW STUFF VHY-IT IbfVT FIT ANIMAL "COURE TIRED! I'Q LIKE. TO KNQVJ Nearly All Major League Ball Players Were Born in U. S. rf las i year tlicry were only A dozL-ii or su who ncil born In lilts country! again (lemtiuslrallnj; absolulely. an American same. Thu (inly leaguers Ijorn on for- riRti still art; Catcher Jimmy Archer, Horn In Dublin: Calcher Indiana has sent up clghl, Maasfli'huselis eight and Michi- gan seven, Tcxr.a anil loiva each banks on six major leaguers, ivilh Virginia, Marylainl, Nebraska nnO Tcimcssee each pointing v.-iih prldo live. -Alabama, Kentucky, West Ylr and .Vorth Carolina Im'c four each, Colorado. Kansas and Ncw irec. Those P son, u native of Ixindon, Ont.; Catcher Miguel doubles of llic Cardinals, who halls trom llavani: I'Kchcr Goorsc wlUl are (.fcahnerH, Ijohi In .Mienlccii. ncotlaiul; Carolina. The Third Ilascmun Jimmy Austin or-Iho Jns[ a torowns, ton, III Swansea. Wales; Hrsl h] Arizona, Jaseman MollwiU ot me tiilM. wm> Delaware. Now llamn- Hrst saw llelit lu Kolbere, Ocrmauy; reson nhode Onttlelder of llio. Yankees, an-! w. 11 One of Topnotcheis of Middleweight Division Coming of "Spider" Be Greatest Bout f Training Like Mad For the Go. nn annual publltalion Riving all i tbe pasl 'dope on llio big carries Lhu liunnr that nsDfl 1o Lclong to Ohio, dial ol I the conolry as the birthplace or per- (ri the major circuits.' Twcuty-clfilit b'tR leafiucrg ivcre Uor'n In the Keystone state'. Mltnois Sallep, Slsler, Dillioercr, Hubert Leonard and I'asKert, Dllhocler anil Wamsgans-! rn the wily nnlirl-s of Ctevolnnd now in the hi E show, .limes havlpg changer] Ohin arc lied Tor second place, each 10 years ago when life sixth city IS. N'cw.York honais of Call- j couhl brag of n dozen or more life Tornia of ami Missouri of llengiicrs, InchuUnR the tirally iljp entire dozen haying h'cDii brothers. Tommy Leach ami Illll Brail- born "in St. Spokesman Review. llic second in live minuter tni( In mak- ing Iho Inll he wrenched his muscles stj that he was not sihlo lo come batjk. It ho" disposes' of AnrlcrtiDi) oil Snlur- M.iy Ills slock be" aiiMr jsnys he is making llic Hint artisls 'lo veal wrestling. No faking goes and tlic fans fire gaining confidence in Ihu gunic ayaln. Frank and Walter An- derson Will Settle Their Differences on Mat JJ. P. IluLltr of Vuluan. baseball magnate, (lieatrc owner and Ing promoter, was In lown yesterday ml Informed Ihu-Hcrnltl (hat ho lit.! signed-up I'ranl: Taylor cvnd Walter, AnderWiit for a loilt. two I fnlJs out of three for n purse ot lo lake plaeo at Vulcan next Satur- day nlphl. February Ifitli. In view at Ihc fact Hint these haven't yet smiled (lie squabble thny started on Ihu IraJjj one day n few weeks ago the bout an Saturday night will Interesting and will ilnw fans from all along the Aldcrsido line and from Calgary. I'Vank Taylor; Jack TayJot's hrolhej. met and defeated Younfi Golch of Van- couver nl Vulcan last Sail inlay night taking two falls (n 3J and 2C 'mlniilcfl respectively, so lhat lie turn- ho trick In an hour, Taylor has thrown Harry. Heln aL Vulcan, Sandy Ferguson ami Billy Duke. In ;i return match M'jjlh Kc'rgnson T.iylor gat tlio [lr.it Tall In iifi Ferguson Rot ,WR STLERS DRAW 8000 CROWD DCS Molncs, SOOO r-cr- sons paid more llinn lo see Ihc 'wrestling -malcli Mere last I'rlduy in which Karl Caddock of AnICa, lows; iiallonal army private, was cil a referee's decision over Walcck after Ihcy lind wrestled two Kacfi man cajnp, t'-c aivihcs out of three antl iiilirifi a lend of pins on llic total. Freestone WAS again fcolng URc a hoiiFfi follinfi 530 for the IhrCc grvmcs for high total of tlic pvcniiiK, licallnc mil Shaver hy two pirn, Shnver had hfgh single game u-U1i 201 In Ihc first but at that Free- stone aii'l Needs flio en me hy plug. They look ihc third liy 17, b'ut lost llic second hy 11. Tnnlghl Llsconibc and lalie 'on Evan.1) and Sinlth and on ilaj' Dickson DcnttTn arc drawn ngalnst Mercer and Willis. Lasl nlghl's scores: Wlllctla...... 142 138 122 Shovcr...... -'04 172 52S :l4li 310 9ufj 132 166 KccJs 1SJ 133 4S6 arc 290 Following IE; tliC lliif.-uii for tbb week'. vs Smith- livnns. Wednesday Dlckson-Bcnlon vs McTcer-Wallla. Thursday Sloaii-Ucber-eftlc v3 JMurray-h'rcy.x n Friday (ireon-Clnrk v- 4 TOMMY GIBBONS FLOORS APACHE INDIAN TWICE I -v--------- O Pltlslnirg, I'ii., Feb. inir Gibbous o( SI. 1'aul, won ;L len round bout'here lasl night from Clay Turner, Hie Apache Indian fighter. Gibbons linlil Ihe upper Iinnil nil Ihrongli thn malcli- lie. floored Ilic Iwlcc during. ilte first snd eUjhtli I'ouncls. Thu boul ivas fill I of nctluii, both men from Ihc ring bearing nmrSs of 4 the ten von ml 3 or battle. BUTTE DROPPED FROM P.C.LL Preside nl Qlewclt Hopes to Restore Scaltlf, Feb. -Mont., u been ilroju'cil from Ilic 1'acirii; I ntci national league, n. K.' Uugtlalc, I rcshlenl of the Seattle club, has an-' nounccd. ft. L. Iltowclt. precedent of the league, asscrls hn lias linpc.? of t restoring the franchlpc to the M on I an 7. j city. Greal the oilier Montana, muinlicr of lasl ycar'9 ICHRUC, (ltd not enler (his scajon. DEFEAT IWIES RETURNED SOLDIERS friiinines'. 'large jiarly of rclnrnctl officers arrived here al l.lo o'clock UiIS morning. Included in ll'ie parly were CnplaJn T, Stiller, C. A. M. vho stop- jicd off, here; Lieut. _YI M. Illc-hanl- son, wh'o v-ciU nn 16 >tajor Sic Kay and Hon. Major C. C. Owen, continued (heir Journey to Vancouver nud Lieut, li. G. Pryor, who proceeded to Victoria. Jennings. Hayrnonil. vs Williams- Manbey vrf Alrd- Tbe loral "V hasknllmll Lit team Joitrnej'cd to Talcr last nljghl to do hnltlo with a husky from UiaL town, and snceeedeh In tl'.c Imcon lo the limo of 47-25. rns nn Inlerf.sllng nlart to finish ami Ilin Tuber al limes showed slEns of real rlass nntl sbonld not be cllsroiirnged, as only linil a couple ot pracltccs beTore Ihc Rjme. In Iho firtl half Ihe "V! boy? 'had loKS nearly tlielr owii icny, ihe Taber boys not serniliiK to unjeislliul their airle. Several net! combinations brougbl Ihe ball rlnht under Iho bas- kel lor a sure Bhol by one of Ihe lorw.Tiir, who were missing lew chances. J The second Imlf was i little belter contested, the Taber boys, outsldo of Ihelr chootlnc lnvlng an even antu ment with the locals. Thn final jonf for tline sounilca with Lethbiidfo irln- 47-25. For iho locals, somo good jhoollns iras done by all, I1. Irr.-ln and IJnns- worlh hangiriE IP And 1C jrofnts re- ipecltyely. Geo. McKlllop plVrd EKanl fiamc, while Irish Kano itooh acTftrnl ufps Ihc flelrf, four For Tnbcr thi iiiHii on the floor was C, Dsllock, ranking sos'cral nice rush playn and Keeping his learn to- gctlicr. Harris Ilicro when It c.inio to foul baskets', ringing up 13 out of IS fhanccs. Iran Harris sec- ured four iilco field baskets. The- Unrvup and Ecorcs ivcrc: LcihbrlJgp. Taljer. Forwards Dunstvorlli. -1 Ivan Flarrla C. Bullock Hcnlro H, Pearson A. Kane Guards S SI. Harris 0. McKillop (i Ira llnrrla ....13 47 25 Kerj. Irwlii rcfcrcsil an entirely sat- l.tfactory gam6. MAKE YOUR SUMMER HOW. "THE BAV" THE MATERIALS. BOH MAJESnCfflEATRE LETHBRIDGE NEXTTUES. FEB. 1 THE BIGGEST BOXING EVENT IN THE HISTORY OF WESTERN t TEN BOUT---TEN ROUNDS KAYO BRENNAN OF DETROIT, VS. YOUNG AL ROSS OF LETHBRIDGE. BRENNAN is Ihf clevorcat noil most widely known middle- weight ever lirought lo l.ethbrldgc. He will come here dlrefil Irom CliicaEO Ho lias meL suc.li men as Ueorge Chip, Al. McCoy, Tommy Glulibns, Hike (Uulions'tuid Jnck Dillon. These are u IhB nconls show, urn! llio local funs are assured ot as good A clash as Iho rcccnl Ilarrlson-lto35 match. VOUNG AL ROSS.Is lion- Jrnlliing diligently, his throat is in gcxxl sliaiw, and ha ia In perfect conilllion. Local fang know ROBS' record anil his ability anil ivillinsncsa lo mil It. U will bo t great (oxblhlllon. THE LETH6HIOGE SPORTS AND AMUSEMENT CLUB, who nave an unblemished reputation for giving the public gnaranteo tils match. SEVERAL GOOD PRELIMINARIES BAND IN ATTENDANCE DOORS OPEN AT 7.30 JUD FOLEY, REFEREE MAIN BOUT AT Main Floor JJW.J2.00, J1.00 Bilcony SEATS NOW SELLING AT ALBERTA BUFFET AND ALEXAND- RA HOTEL CIGAR STAND. v Obey the Law Make that ynr car a eqospptA with a that fnliiflj al the fcfa) requireainrti. We Sell the Famous Osgood BAALIIW MOTOR GO. HOME OF THE CHEVROLET BACK OF UNION BANK HARRY HDLMAJb'.Mir.'