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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta + THimSDAY. PKHHl'AKY 14. t�MH �i � . m -a "BRINGING UP FATHER1 THK LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD \ B y PAGE THREE McM anus ) VOl/ElYHtlR HAV� TO WOP THAT OOC5 MOWUNd OR OT RID OF H�M-\s/E C^HE�HiiN OUR MENT- wm m r  1 Aft ILL DO NOTHING OF THE KIND- 0W!� �� r r * i * r � � . � � _ r. f-r-' F J - � ' - WANT XOU TO TAKE 01> A -1 have COTTER K>0 OF J MY oo:-i 1'28- Irwin .. .. . ... 1 is 3 78- �--58.1 Total ... Til'' .... i u-� S1S1 67fi- -2257 Following is the schedule for the "Walli^ *anrt "Mercer took the measure or Ihmton and Dickson in the doubles competition on the Dominion Alleys last night, taking two games out of three. The match was marked by low scores. Wallis and Mercer took tlie first and third, and won the round by 35 .pins. Uicksun had high game with 196 and high 1 otal with r>20. Mercer was next, with 102* for high game. The scores: The possibility that; this n>ay. be Young Hoss' last scrap here for some time and that K. O. Brennan is worth going miles to see at any time has the fans on edge for next. Tuesday's battle at. the Majestic, and ring enthusiasts will he on hand from every corner of the somh. With a certainty that the match wiii be every bit as good as the Harrison encounter and iikely a lot better, the bugs are getting busy. Jud Foley, who has been handling all the mau-.hes to the satisfaction of the fans, will hv the third man in thc ! ring. I Good preliminaries are being ar-| ranged, and the card all round will be the classiest, of the season. Word from Harrison is that. his balance of this weok: Thursday - Sloan-Uebcrsetzig vs Murray-Frey. Friday-Green-'Clark vs Williams-Jennings. Saturday-Irwin-De Manliey vs Aird-j match with Jack Dillon will be staged Raymond. . ; at Kacine, Wis., on Feb. 25th. Har- -.-- | rison would like to meet a man of � mi � Dillon's calibre here. The fans would 1/lftlP'P iMJ RTl Til to see them clash, too. KINb o nLA 111U r,, T,,r____ BE RUN IB YEAR T� TRCE0 i Benton .., CO �   O -j VAi) 99- -:ui | Dickson ... l'JS ! (.0-> -520 | 2;i7 ,'J2G * - � � 26S- ____j -831 Walliw..... ... 10S 3 25 3 23- -;ior> A/ereer ..... ... J liG 3 92- -490 274 - _i.-^- - 2G7 -S4() stand up the five-pins. The "Y" Lose Again The MY" quintet couldn't against the Dominions in man event and lost by :U2 Dominion bowlers were going great guns, only one man bowling less than 500. Perc Jrwin wjrs in great farm for the losers, putting up both high single with 22V> and high total with .ri81. an average of 192. Following are the scores: DOMINIONS Dickson . Freestone Needs Frey .. Shover Total * * * 4*4  * * * 4 * * 4 4 *  # lfii) 201 17K 174* I74P mi 2! I) 170 lt�K ITS 181 in i s*;-r.7i i:>8--f>27 J t> 1 - 507 3(15 -iii i 3 20-475 Toronto, Feb. 13.-Though racing in general has bfeen suspended in Canada s/nce July last, there will bo no break in the continuous running of the King's Plate, the oldest fixture on the American continent. That was decided yesterday when the Ontario Jockey Club directors granted the use oi' Woodbine to the Toronto Hunt. Club for an open air horse show on May 24 and 25 and to permit, tlie running of the King's Plate. The purse of $3,000 in added money and the fifty guineas donated by His Majesty will lie given by the Ontario Jockey (Tub which 'will receive no revenue of any kind in return for the disbursement. No other races titan the plate will be allowed at the show, nor will any betting bo in any way sanctioned or permitted -on premises. The number of province bred two-year-olds in training last season before the suspension of racing gives practical assurance that there will be a good field for Bout in Denver Stopped in the Fourth Round-Fulton Looks Better 790-2599 I 1he plate. � - - n is - * - both front and rear, are of the shock absorbing type. That is, the shock-absorber* are buiJi into the springs. No other devices need be put on afterwards. Furthermore, for over two years NOT A SINGLE MITCHELL SPRING HAS BEEN BROKEN. Think of that. NOT ONE although between forty-five and fifly thousand cars have been equip- * ped with these springs. Denver, Feb. * 14. - Fred Fulton, contender for the, heavyweight boxing championship, won from Tom Mo-Mahon of New Castle, Fa., hereof on-day night when. Referee "Abe" Pollock of Denver stopped a scheduled 15-round bout in the fourth round, wheir McMahon was hanging on to the ropes, beaten. Pollock awarded the decision to Fulton. Kulton gave McMahon a severe beating. The Pennsylvania battler was unable to get under Fulton's* long reach and Kulton drove lefts and rights to McMahon's fnco at will. McMahon landed only four idea 14 blows during tiie fight, while Kulton cut McMahon's face with Ud'i ami right jabs and closed McMahon's right eye. At the end of the third round McMahon wad groggy. When he came np for the fourth Fulton iH*ov �-11 *eft to the stornao*! and sent lefts and rights to McMahon's face. Fulton sen t in 11 left that rocked McMahon's head and sent him to the ropes, where the Pennsylvania man hung on. McMahon di'l not seem to he able to continue and I Itefereo Pollock awarded the fight to ! Kulton. tional agreement for the government of organized baseball recently pro-mulgufed to all Ip.igues and chilis has become operative throughout the country. It has been signed by Presidents Tener and Johnson (>f the major leagues, as party of the first part, and President M. H. Sexton of the National Association of Minor Leagues, party of the second part. The work of revising tiie former agreement was chiefly done by Chairman Herrmann of the national commission. Legislative faults and abuses of rules which have been uncovered during Hie last i;i years are sought to be remedied in this revision. Hereafter all disputes between major and minor loapu'1 (dubs will bo adjusted by the commission, the minor league president and the secretary of tiie national aaso'dat ion. Formerly the national commission was sole arbitrator. The period fur drafting players from minor leagues will be from September *H> to 25. five clays later than formerly, and cancelation of any draft must be madeVithin -4 hours. Clubs can not have nmre than eight plfcyers out on option at. any time, including those/ sent our for a second time. A player purch:tsert from a class AA league, may remain with the minor league until the. close of the season, instead of reporting immediately. Included in the agreement are several concessions made to the players' organization in I90it by the baseball powers, summarized as follows: MuJtt Get 10 Days' Notice Ten days' notice in writing must be given to a major league player, and five days to ;i class AA or class A plaver when unconditionally released. Written notice of conditions of transfer must be furnished to any player released to another club. A player shall be declared a free ageut in case all conditions of a player's contract as agreed to by the parties are not written into the contract and the offending club or its manager chall be fined in amounts ranging from $100 to $501'. Traveling expenses, including sleepers and meals en route, must be paid major league players from their homqp to training ramps. A player who has been in the major leagues for 1" years can not he released to a minor league, except he is wilfing to make such transfer, ami all other major league clubs have waived on his Fprviccp. Must Get Copy of Contract Two new sections of the agreement cover the provisions restricting the sending of a player to a lower league before he has been offered to class AA and class A leagues, thus keeping him in the highesl classification his skill may warrant. A copy of his contract, which shall be considered an original, must be furnished the player. Hereafter when either major league certifies that amendment to the rules is necessary Hie national commission shall set a date not later than March .1 of any year for a meeting of the rules committee, consisting of three members from each of * the major leagues and one from the minor leagues. A majority vote shall be necessary to adopt, review or repeal a rule. Place and da^te of such meetings shall be arranged by the major league presidents, who shall act, alternately, as*'Chairman of the committee. 1 1 With the Nrennan-Kdss bout scheduled for next Tuesday night Hie Lius have, forgotten for a time that Clonic Tait has promised \u exhibit, his wares here against a real initi'-artisf. However Tait still has his eyes turned this way. A letter received yesterday from Canadian champion now in Winnipeg states that he isn't over-anxious to meet Phil Itloom. the tough lightweight from N e w Y 0 r 1;. In fact he thinks Lethbridge is getting pretty classy bringing in boys like Bloom all the way from Chicago. However if Tait "doesn't care to sample Bloom's offerings maybe he wouldn't mind hooking up with the lad pictured above, Neal Allison of Waterloo, Iowa. Allison is a young boy and a comer who is making a good mark foi himself, and he is dead anxious to meet Tait. Allison has a personal friend in Lethbridge in Charlie Cave, and wants to come to Lethbridge. He says if Tait will rieet him and doesn't want to meet Phil Itloom he will stick around a couple of weeks and meet Mr. Bloom himself. Which looks pretty fair. Kurther negotiations are now being carried on with Tait and the fans will know i^i a few days whether they will have the privilege of seeing him in action here before the end of the season. dime during the ambulance fund three- enshion billiard tournament. Kiechkef-er of Chicago, world's champion, last nigot camei within one inning of tying the world's record for the lowest number of innings in a 50-point game. Kiechkcfer defeated George Moore of New York. 50 to in .;7 innings, making his seventh straight victory. The record is rhirf.r-six innings, held by McCotirl of Cleveland. Kiechkefer in a previous game also ran out in innings. f ; \'"w York. Fob. FJ - d-orgc Whitman, tin- Toronto outfielder has been j soid to the L'oston Red Sox, it was an-noiim ed hero this afternoon. GO 20 ROUNLS TO DRAW ! New Orleans, Feb. 11. - "Irish" j Patsy t.'linp and Johnny Dundee, llghf-1 weights, both of Xew York, fought -i' fast rounds to a draw here. Hemy Door of New Orleans was referee. ! I CURLING The curlers were hard at it again last night and four good games were played the three in the Wright Shield j resulting in wins for Aird oyer Nel-t son. Leech over Marrs and Kirkham I over Davidson. In Uie Colts Dr. Gib-f son's Terriers put it over \Y. L. Mc-Ivenzie's Yolts. The draw for tonight: Aird vs, Shepherd, (Wright Shield 1. Dr. Gibson vs R. A. Smith, tColts). S. Smith vs J. C. Hendry, (Colts). Jno. Hied vs R. It. Davidson,^(Summit). The winner of tiie Aird-Shepherd game plays Kirkham to get into the finals of the-Wright Shield. The Bonspiel The bonspiel committee were in receipt of a letter from Johnny Bruce, the veteran curler of the local club, who is at present on hisN'anch. Johnny may not be able to come in to curl ! at the bonspiel, but he certainly does | not forget the boys. We see by some of the correspondents' letters, in the Herald that the outside clubs are coming in strong with blood in their eye for the bonspiel, which starts Monday fnext. The committee is getting the prizes ready and the weather prophets predict cold weather for ten days, so it looks as if nothing could postpone ! the "curlers* days of real sport" this time. CHICAGO MAN IS CHAMP BOWLER Joe Shaw Wins Singles Title at Minneapolis Tournament 1 I CADDOCK WOnVt WRESTLE now t Bijou Motor Parlors Limited THE HOUSE OF SERVICE FIFTH STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. f Omaha, Neb., Feb. 14. - Earl Cad-doek, champion wrestler, will not take part, in any more wrestling matches for a while. Caddo.ck is in the training camp at Camp Dodge. While arranging for a match between' Caddock and Steelier Omaha promoters have been informed from Camp Dejilge rflat Caddock has ween ordered to cautel all j his wrestling dates ami to get down to I the busies soUliering. The local basket getters will take a trip to Stirling tomorrow-night to , try out the calibre of that town's one t time famous team. The locals are (looking for nothing other than thc toughest game yet. taking full stock of Steed, the Stirling coach's statements. The Stirling team will very likely consist of two Micholaons, Spackman, Brandley and Ostlund. Their centre, "Tiny" Micholson. is the biggest man in the south country and forms the hub of their play. Spackman and Brandley, both played five years ago, and Ostlund was seen in action on . several occasions. Their second team is in good shape ami will take some (beating. The local second team will need to line up their strongest. f 1 Minneapolis, Feb. 14.-Joe -^.haw of Chicago won the singles .championship and Li. YYilke and C. Wolf, Minneapolis, the doubles title in the Internationa! Bowling association's tournament. The final day's play failed to dislodge the leaders. Shaw's score cf iltW was rolled yesterday, and the Minneapolis pair's count of 1300, an LB.A. record, was made several days ago. The only important changes in the standings were, in the doubles, G. Sellers and W. 1-L Coffin, Des Moines. Iowa,'taking second place with 12(u and O. Lundberg and L. MclCinnin. Dubuque, Iowa, seventh, with 1187. The Schmidts, of St.. Paul, won the five-man championship last night. Jas. Mitchell. Mim>-polis, formerly a L'al-gary bowler, won first, place for the highest nine-game total. His mark of 1901 is a record for the association. It. Kolfe of Chicago was second with 11SP. The HUH tournament will be held in Minneapolis. CRESCENTS BEAT ST. PATS Toronto, Feb. 14.-in last night's O' , 11. A. senior fixture, the Crescents ; defeated the SL..Patrick's by the score ! of six to three. I MAK$ YOUR SUMMER DRESS NOW. "THE BAY" HAS THE MATERIALS. I LETHBRIDGE NEXT TUES. NIGHT, FEB. THE BIGGEST BOXING EVENT IN THE HISTORY OF WESTERN CANADA. TEN ROUNDS MAIN BOUT-TEN ROUNDS YO BRENN \ of detroit, VS YOUNG / \ OF LETHBRIDGE. BR EN NAN is tin* cleverest and most widely known middleweight ever brought to Lethbridge. He will come here direct from Chicago. He has met such men as Osorge Chip, Al. McCoy, Tommy Gibbons, Mike Gibbons and .Tack Dillon. These are facts, as the recordb show, and the local fans are assured of as good a clash as the recent Harrison-Ross match. YOUNG AL ROSS is now training diligently, his throat ia in good shape, and tye is in perfect condition. Local fans know Ross' record and his ability and willingness to mix it. It will be, a great exhibit ion. | THE LETHBRIDGE SPORTS AND AMUSEMENT CLUB, who have an unblemished reputation for giving the pub lie-a square deal, absolutely guarantee this match. SEVERAL GOOD PRELIMINARIES BAND IN ATTENDANCE DOORS OPEN AT 7.30 JUD FOLEY, REFEREE MAIN BOUT AT 9.30 PRICES: Ringside Main Floor Balcony ..  * * * .....................$3.00 ........ $2.50, $2.00, $1.00 .........$2.00, $1.50, $1.00 SEATS NOW SELLING AT ALBERTA BUFFET AND ALEXAND RA HOTEL CIGAR STAND. A 1 To Prevent Accidents h Have Your Car Equipped with a Set of RELIABLE CHAINS, H/T SELL THE BEST BAALIM MOTOR CO. . HOME OF THE CHEVROLET BACK OF UNION BANK HARRY HOLM AN, Mgr. t 4 - ;