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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, rEBRUARY 10, 1918 - THE LETHBIiiptjE,. DAILY IffiRALD PAGE THREE BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus Fans Believe He Will Do Lot Bcltei- Against Brennan Next Tuesday SCHEDULE PRICES FOR BALL SEASON Local 'Spiel Starts Monday Four Competitions Lined Up "One ot tlieao days the tans ot I^othbrlrfge are going wnko up to the fact that Phil Harrison is u top-nolchor ami is going to cloaii up on Dillori, O'Dowd and a lot more ot tho middlowolghts-in tlie next year.or two," decla>'crt a ; fistic fiin tb"thQ HoraUl yesterday. Ho was evidently in receipt ot some Inside Inforiiiatloii for ho observed that the Chicago -olub had been keeping Harrison under cover. "He'lf go out and clean up for them, and some day tho fans hero will con.slder Yonnp Uoss did mighty well to stay ten rounds. You mark my words." In his opinion fkirrison Is a better man tlint Frankie K. 0. Bren-jian who meets Ross hero on Tuesday evening next, and tho coming bout will be a better one bocaiise the two men will bo more evenly matched and Ross will be in bolter shape than he was last time.  That Is the opinion oC tho majority ot the fans who want to see Brennan in action before they bet jUgainst the local favorite, Big cijowda have been up to tho Plaza,, every day this week to see Ross work out.anU declare that he never was In bettor shapo for a bard mill... .a,..... New York, Feb. 15.-A uniform scho-dule ot admlaaion prices to the majfr league baseball park-s during the period of tlio war was agreed upon yesterday by a Joint committee, appointed for that purpose by the presidents ot tho National and American Leagues. The result ot thefr deliberations was announced at the close ot the annual schedule meeting of the American league last night. Including the ten per cent war tax tho list of prices will bo as follows: 2D-cent seats, ,10 cents each: ."lO-ccnt seats, 55 cents; 75-cent seats, 80 cents; $1 and $1.25 box seat*, ?1.10 and ?1.10 respectively. Tliose prices were adopted to avoId,tlio trouble and delay which would bo caused by making change In pennio*. ^hu-oxcoss charges over the amount of the regulhr war tax of 10 per cent, of .the 25 and 75-[-ccnt admissions and the ?1.25 box soats may be retained or given to charity at tho discretion o� the Individual clubs. Tho playing schedule ot 154 games for the 1917 season was adopted at the American League's session, and it was announced that owing to the difficulty in obtaining drill sergeants there would bo no military drilling exercises for tho players the coming season. President Frazeo ot the Boston Red Sqx, and Connie Mack ot the Philadelphia Athletics, were In consultation tor a long time regarding the players tho Boston olub is to give in return tor First Baseman Mclnhes. Four players are to bo bo^I to Philadelphia but at the end o� the conference uo definite arrangements had ..been made and it looked as if tho Boston management ^v"ould havQ to purchase them In order to complete tho deal. Clark Griffith, having obtained tho necessary waivers on Catcher John Henry of the Washington club, sold him outright to the Boston Nationals. Kverythlng is shaping up tine for tho local 'spiel that will see the best of tlKown Winnipeg way tUoy have a suenklhg feeling that ' Bonny Haskell is Just good enough to take Tiilt's crown, and Haskell, in a recent letter,, voiced tho same opinion. He has been tralnjue all winter* tdr Juat this chance and Is going to make the best of itwhen he^Bteps Into the ring- hero, on February 28th. should all be in the hands of tlio ."iecre-tary by tomorrow noon or i)hone ,lohn Manioch i:i42. Jlofroshmonts wlllbo served at the rink for the bonsplolcr^. Winnipeg may have a bigger 'spiel hut they won't have any more fun than the stone heavers of Southen; Alberta will have next week in -this liurg. Til ere is no truth In tho report that the express servlco between this city and Maplo^Creek has broken down under tho pressure of busine.-i.s since the 'spiel was definitely announced. "Roaring to go" Is the slogan tor the 'spiel. White line car to the rink get oft at lane Just south of fourth avenue. And from there you can hear them yell and you will hear your way the rest of the route. Joel:. Sandy, Dougal, Dune and the rest ot the clan will be there beneath their Tartain tams. Tlie city championship and the Summit Lime Works troplilos were nar RE B ESTfiOYS SEVERAL (From Our Own Correspondent) Maclepd, Feb. 15.-Early this morning tire was diacovere sane, and that ho was Hcqxitt-> ted on account ot auch InfianUy. o > ? ? port from tho merchants and the good sports generally, much of It unasked tor, but nevertheless welcome. Tho prizes will be on exhibition in the window ot the Foot Toggery from Saturday afternoon till the close of tlie 'spiel. Tho woather, man has every indication of being In league this year with the boys of the broom," and even if the gas meter makes your head swim remember that the curlers are appreciating tho zero temperature. The entries from the local curlers As top Phil-Bloom, ho stands pretty close,to Benny Leonard in the elite of tive; lightweights, A clash between .Bloom and Talt hero would be a, fitting climax to a g^od season's boxing sport, BARONS BOWLSJHERE TONIGHT The line-up for the bowllna match tonight wijih Barons will be: Gfttn, Freestone', Needs, Wallls and Irwin, Thd two-man match will t^e playe^^rly, aothat there will .be plenty eftiiyie'for tha.;jBther �ame. CONFIDENTIAL, BUT ALL HEARD Three Deaf Baseball Officials Held '  Conference � -^ "Speaking of rlclisblts in baseball, said Jack Hendricks, now Cardinal manager, "about tho best I remdmbor was a three cornered conference between Hanic O'Day, Charlie Thomas wul Jack McCarthy, (n'the time -' >---.�� \ - - _ The I,eth bridge "Y" basketball teams wefit to Stirling last night, winning tho junior game but receiving a seveie drubbing by the seniors. -The scoria respectively were 33-1,7 and 30-65. The first game, although well contested, was an easy victory for the "Y". The Stirling boys, It Is easy to see, were green, and although they played good combination, the. shooting was not accurate. The local ind team, at first lost in the mysteries ot tho strange floor, played,a good game all the \yay through, but their shooting was poor in places. For the locals Wilf Murray played a whirlwind game, making continuous brilliant individual dribbling plays down' tho floor which very often meant a basket for the "Y". Jack Shand played his usual steady gaino. Do Manbey played a good game at centre, while Pickett,.al-though ho has not practiced for over a. Mlcholson held on the .wall, there be Ing no ends out. Irish Kane hurt his ankle in the first half, M. Duusworfii going guard and Wilf Jlurray playing fonvard after having "played a full game. Tho local's combination was superior to that ot the Stirling team, and some good shooting was done. Perk Irwin securing 0 nice field baskets. Nobody on the local team starred, but all' played about the same game. �The line-up and scores ot the senijr game were: , Stirling Lethbridge Forwards Biiandloy C L. Dunsworth 9 Spackman '^7 M. Dunsworth, 4 Centre Mlcholson 22 Ostlund Mlcholson Stirling fi5; Guard P. Irwin 12 Vic Spackman- refereed. A. Kane 4 . G. McKlllop W. Murray 1 Lethbridge 30. tho diamond, and there, under the blue sky, they thundered out" their mutual confidences while the players, ceaslns their practice, stood around, wondered exceedingly and went back of the bench to laugh." Did You Ever Have to Drive Backwards in the Ddrk? ' : You strain every nerve trying to discern objects in X the inky darkness around you. i ^.ut, If you ;aro driving a Mitchell It Is dltfejre'nt. �Y6u simply tura^j the headlights backwards and behold! The roadway la tuUy lighted and j you drive InSafety; 1 ' ' ^ | s,FI,^TK ar,RBET TH? HOUSE OF, SERVICe. SOUTH , ,, rLBTHBRiPQe. ALTAi securing.a nice field basket himaelf.' Geo. Young was in the game to his beat the full time. > , For the losers, ^, Mlcholson and tho Addlcr brothers played a strpng game, and will undoubtedly be tough customers after a little more practice. The senior game was a scream. Big Mlcholson and G, Spackman spilled the beans. These two giants were In their glory last, night as never beforo, doing all tho scoring tor Stirling. The locals were at a complete loss on their floor, the low celling, the bread baskets around tlio lights and the baskets next to the wall with no ends out, together with the superior playing of Spackman and Mlcholson would spell defeat to the best. They, siacur^d enough points to win many a game, but It was impossiblo to, hold Mlcholson, the gigantic man inountain at centre, and Spackma:n, who missed few chances, Hero Is the way they .did It. Mlcholson on one!, side and Spackman on tho other. Mlcholson would miss and Spackman would grab the ball a6 It cKine over and he would shoot and very UUely miss for Mlcholson to take another shot, which'If ho missed Spackman would nearly be sure to get the^next time. What were tho "V" boys doing all this tim^? Why, thoy wore Jumping up and dbW'iij hopelessly trying to;reach' (he ball,' which O'DOWD ACCEPTS ALL MATCHES Hasi Adopted Right Course, in IVIeet-1^ Ing All Contenders Mike O'Dowd, the now claimant ot the mlddiewelglit tilie, is to be congratulated on one thing-no matter whether ho is the logitimale champion or not, he is adopting the right cour.so by agreeing to meet - any man in the division. Henry Greb, tho Pittsburg contender, and also claimant of the title before Ai McCoy was put down and out by O'Dowd, has been matched with Mike for a lO-romid battle at St. Paul February 22, tlie weight to bo at the limit-158 pounds. It shows a' disposition on the part o� both lads to settle the dlsptite as to the championship, even though It is in a no-declslon contest. There will probably be a winner either way and tho lads recognize the tact that the man getting the popular verdict will be hailed as the champion. Mike Gibbons is master ot both lads when It comes to boxing at the middleweight limit, but as Mike has been lax In arranging matches'of that kind and has always "steered away from tho long distance events, it is only fair to recognize O'Dowd or Greb as the titleholder and let them, defend the same ngainsttall comers. If there is a winner on February 22 it would be a groat thing tor tho game If Mike Gibbons would consent to meet the ono to got the verdict and thus bring about a champion without any further argument as to claims, etc. Gibbons really owes It to tho game to arrange a match of that kind and at tho same time It would no doubt bring good returns, financially, to Michael, With ills .constant training In the military camp,' where he is instructor, he would be in fine shape to start work for a raafolv'of that kind, and there are thousands of boxing, .fans who would lie intoreslod and eager to see it go through. Lethbridge, Alta., �' � * February, IClh, tf * * Dear Teddy: - Seeing by the papers i;, w * That you're having 9 k V 4 Our sympathies � � * We knew it's awful   * Taking your meals � � * Off the mantlepieco � � � . And the reason    Wo know is �   That we've been there 4 � * Ourselves. * * * And we think, Teddy, � �  It's very tunny *   Because so many people Are having tho same trouble. Look at Gen. Cailorna MAJESTIC THEATRE LETHBRIDGE NEXT tUES. -| gr\ N^GHT, FEB. � %y , THE BIGGEST BOXING EVENT IN THE HISTORY " OF WESTERN CANADA. all And the Italians. Theii' trouble was * * In the re;ir' Ami wa.s ciui.'ic.d l!y llio.se ("leniiliounds � 4 * And Itussia- w *  IjOoIv lit lior.  .* � And olir own Jiayor Hitrdic, '� � � ills wors.t trouble ^ *t # Is with tiiosu * *  Tax ar-rears. And wo think Toddy � *  That it you cau find * *. * The seat  * � Ot the trouble  *  . And let the rest    0� us know * * * The world will be   *, Dee-lighted  ' ' And you'll bo �   * A benefactor to humanity. Yours with a big stick In It, �   CAMOUFLAGE. MAKE YOUB SUMMER � DRESS NOW. "THE-BAY" 1 HAS THE MATERIALS. 1 TEN ROUNDS -MAIN BOUT-TEN ROUNDS KAYO BRENNAN OF DETROIT, VS. YOUNG AL ROSS OF LETHBRIDGE. THE LETHBRIDGE SPORTS AND AMUSEMENT CLUB, who have an unblemished reputation for giving the public a squaro deal, absolutely guarantee this match. SEVERAL GOOD PRELiMiNARlES ' ' ' BAND IN ATTENDANCE DOORS O'PEN AT 7.30 JUD FOLEY, REFEREE MAIN BOUT AT 9.30 PRICES .........................$3.00 ..........$2.50, $2.00, $1.50 ............. $2.00, $1.50, $1.00 1 SEATS NOW SELLING AT ALBERTA BUFFET AND ALEXAND-RA HOTEL CIGAR STAND. Has Jmt Been Receivedl If you vvill call at our office we will be pleased to. give you a copy. BAALIM MOTOR CO. HOMioF THECfHEVROLET BACK OF UNION BANK HARRY HOLMAN, M^r^ , ?33303 ?310 0050 ;