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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THUriSDAV, F'feBHUAH\5 14, ullS E LETHBRfDGK DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE >l :*BRI'NGmG UP f?ATHER'. By G. McManus YOvfeiTHtW H\ve.TO WOP TH*.T OOC'5 HOWUNd 0�ocossion has passed the long and lean Cornelius. WIN EASY GAME Y's" Lose to Dominions in Five Man Event-^Irwin Rolls Fancy Score . AValll sonie league until the close of the season, time and that K. O. Brennan Is worth! instead ot reporting Immediately. Ingoing miles to see at any time has tho , cliided in the agreement are several fanson edge tor next Tuesday's bat-! concessions made to the players' or-tle at the Majestic, and ring enthus--'ganlzation in \909 by the baseball With Hie bout scheduled for next Tuesday night tlie fans have forgotten for a time (hat Clonic Tail has promi.�i-ed' to exhibit his wares hero against a real mltt-artlst. However Tnit still IAr his eyes turn-, ed tills way. A letter received yesterday from Canadian champion now In Winnipeg states that lie Isn't over-anxious to  meet Phil llloom. the tough lightweight from New York. In tact lie think.s Lethbridge is getting pretty classy bringing in boys like Bloom all tho way from Chicago; liow-wer If Talt "doesn't care to sample Bloom'.s offerings maybe he wouldn't mind hooking up with the lad pictured above, I^eal Allison of Waterloo, Iowa. Allison is a young boy and a comer who is making a good mark for himself, and he is dead anxious to meet Talt.' Allison lias a personal friend In Lethbrldge in Charlie (.'ave, and wants to come to Lethbrldge. He say.s- It Talt will meet him and doesn't want to meet Phil Bloom he will stick around a couple ot weeks and meet Uv. Bloom himself. Which looks pretty fair. Further negotiations are now being carried on with Tait and the tans will know Ip a few days whether:they will have the privilege of seeing him in action here before the end of the season. BILLIARD TOURNEY Clikago. Kef. 12.-For tiie second *^tiine during tho ambulance fund three-f ctishion billiard tournament, IClechkef-er of f:hicago, world's champion, last night camo within one Inning of tying the world's record for tlie lowest number of Innings In a 50-point game. Kiochkefer defeated George Moore of .Now York, 50 to 25 in ;'." innings, making hia seventli straight victory. The record Is thirty-six innings, lield by McCourt of Cleveland. Kleohkefer in a previous game also ran out in 37 innings. TORONTO OUTFlifLDER SOLD TO RED SOX New York, l-'ob. 13-George Whitman, the Toronto outfielder has been sold to the Boston Hpd Sox, it was ni\-iiouiK.ed liero this afternoon. GO 20 ROUNLS TO DRAW n'cw Orleans, Feb. 11. - "Irish" Patsy Cllno and Johons iJundec, llght-Avciglits, both ot New York, fought 2(r fast rounds to a draw here. Kemy Door ot New Orleans was referee. lasts will be on hand from every corner ot the, south. With a Certainty that the match will be every bit as good as tho Harrison encounter and likely a lot bette'r, the bugs are getting busy. \ Jud Foley, who has been handling all tho matches to tho satisfaction of tlie tans, will be the third man in the ring. Good preliminaries are being arranged, and the card all-round wilj be the classiest of the season. Word from Hurrisba is that his match with Jack Dillon will bo staged at Racine, Wis., on Feb. 25th. Harrison would like to meet a man of Dillon's calibre here. Tho tana would like to see them clash) too. , '274 267 SV;' Loie Again 'The "Y" qnlritet couldn't stand up, ugaliisi the Dominions in tlie five- air horse show on May 24 and 25 and to man event and .lost by 342 pins. The Toronto, Feb, 18.-r-Though racing in general has lifeen suspended in Canada s^uco July .last, there will be no break in tho continuous running ot tho King's Plate, the oldest fixture on the American continent. That was' (fecided yesterday when the Ontario Jockey Club directors granteJl the use ot'WoofQbine to the Toronto Hunt Club for an open Dominion bowlers wore going great f uiis,!chalrman ot the committee. CADDOCK WON^ WRESTLE NOW Omaha, Nob., Feb. 14. - Earl Cad-dock, champion wrestler, will not take part in any more wrestling matches for a while, iu In the train-Ing camp at Camp Dodge^ While ar-ranging for a match between'Caddook and Stecher Omaha promoterg, have been inforniodfrom, Camp DoUge tllat Caddbok has hben ordered to dap^el all his wrestling dates and to get down to the buslv^i* soj^lorlng. ^ The local basket getters will take a trip to Stirling tomorrow, night to try out the calibre of that town's one time famous team.- The looals are looking tor nothing other than the toughest game yet, taking full stock of Steed, the Stirling coach's state-^ menta. , The MStirllng team -will very likely consist ot two iAIloholsons, Spackman, Brandley and Ostlund. Their centre. "Tiny" Micholson, la the blggeat man In.the south country and forms the hub of their play. Spackmaq and Brandley, both played five years ago, and Oatlund Svab seeor In �ction on several occasions. Their second^team U in'good-shape and rwlll tak6 some beating, The looul second team will B�ed to line up thejr strongestr CURLING. The curlers were hard at it again last night and four good games were played the three, in the Wright Shield resulting in wins for Aird oyer Nel- ' son. Leech over Jlarrs and kirkham over Davidson. In tjje Colts Dr. Gibson's Terriers put it over W; L. Mc-Ivenzie's Volts. The draw for tonight:, Aird vs, .Shepherd, (Wright Shield). Dr. Gibson vs R. A. Smith, (Colts). S. Smith vs J. C. Hendh', (Colts'). Jno. Rled vs R. R."Davidson,'JSum-mit). , ~ ' The winner of tho Alrd-Shepherd game plays Kirkham to get into tho fiuala ot the.Wrlght Shield. The Bonsplcl Tho bonspiol committee were in re-1 ceipt of a letter from Johnny Bruce, tho veteran curler of tho local club,, who is at present on hi^ranch. John- f ny may not be able to come in tb curl at the bonspiel, but ho certainly does not forget tho boys. We see by'sonie of the correspondents' letters, in tho Herald that the outside clubs are com-'] ing in strong with blood in their eye tor tho bonspiel, whlQh starts Monday 'next.' The committee is getting tho prizes ready and the weather prophets predict cold,weather for ten days, so it looks as it nofliing could postpone the "curlers' days of real sport" this time. CHICAGO MAN IS CHAMP BOWLER Joe Shaw Wins Singles Title at Minneapolis Tournament Minneapolis, Feb. 14.-Joe .'Shaw of Chicago won the singles .championship and G. Wilko and C. Wolf, Mlnne-. apolls, tho doubles title in tho Inter-, national Bowling assoclgtion's Courua-I ment. The final day's play failed to dislodge tho leaders. Shaw's scorp of 669 was rolled yesterday, and the Minneapolis pair's count-of 1300, an l.B.A. record, was made several days ago. -The only impOrtont changes In the standings were. In tho doubles, G, Sellers and W. H. Coffin, Des M6lnes,, Iowa,' takiiig second place with 1267 ( and O. Lundborg and L. McKliinin,! Dubuone, lowo, seventh, with 1187. i The Schmidts, of St. I'atil. won the tive-maii championship last night, Jas. Mitchell, Mini>^polis, formerly a Calgary bowler, ,won first place tor the � highest nino-gante total His marlj of, 1901 is a record for the association.", R. Rolfe ot Chicago ,was second with 1189. . , , Tho 1919 touri�aiuent will be held in MlntieapoHs. l\: , CRESbENTS BEAT ST. PATS^ Toronto, Feb. 14.-r-ln last night's Q! H.- A. seiiior fixture^ the Crescents defeated the SL'^PatrlpH's by the score of six Jo three. ] ' H^K^\ YOUR SUMMER DRISS NOW. '�THE BAY" H/Cs THE MATERIALS. MAJESTIC THEATRE LETHBRIDGE NEXT TUES. NIGHT. FEB. 19 THE BIGGEST BOXING EVENT IN THE HISTORY OF WESTERN CANADA. . TEN ROUNDS-MAIN BOUT-TEN ROUND* KAYO BRENNAN \ OF DETROIT, VS, YOUNG AL ROSS OF LETHBRIDGE. "BRENNAN is the clevoi-est and most widely known middleweight ever brought to Lethbrldge. Ho will come here direct from Chicago. He has met such men as O^orge Chip, AI. McCoy, Tommy Gibbons, Mike Gibbons and Jack Dillon. These are facts, as the recordh show, and the local tans are assured of as good a clash a^ the recent Harrison-Ross match. YOUNG AL ROSS i^ now training diligently, his throat is In ^good shape, aiid.^o is jn perfect coiidition. Local fans know Ross' record and his ability and wlllinguoss to mix it. It will be a great exhibition. '. % i THE LETHBRIDGE 'SPORTS AND AMUSEMENT CLUB, �wfto have an unblemished,I-eputation for giving tho publicni 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 :SH':.". ..........i................ $3.00 ............... $2.60; $2.00, $1.00 ......... $2.00, $1.5b, $1.00 SEA,TS NOW SELLING AT ALBERTA BUFFET AND ALEXANDRA HOTEL CIGAR STAND. *' �t.. '<� HELP! To Prdvent Accidents Have Your Car Equipped with a Set of RELIABLE CHAINS. WE* SELL THE P^ST, \ < MOTORGOfe w OMi.or THE CHEVROLET . 'j/ ----K,., , � HARRVno^MANrMflr.' m m 110428 ;