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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta T'JKSDAY, F1S13KUARY 19, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE) "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus 'FSME SEESHE-I'LL. HKVE TO qo V�TH HER-v/HM-'LL � Oft? I DON'T V/AMT a SHAVE-JOST POT A* LOT OF LATHER ON ME FACE- that man wai_k^> ouvr LIKE NY HOt>BAND : Curlers Fighting Out Sixteens; Will Reach the Jewelry Classes Today-Close Games Feature SUMMIT LIME (G. C.) Worked Out Yesterday Before 200 Fans-Is In Pink of Condition-Ross Confident He Can Get at Least a Draw ^ �-Good Semi-Windup Arranged-Main Bout at 9.15 Fifankie K. O. Brennan of Detroit arrived in the city on Monday morning at) four o'clock for his boirt with Young Al Ross of Lethbridge at the Majestic tonight. He worked out at three o'clock In the afternoon with Charlie Cave and another local husky, and if his prowess as displayed there is any criterion of what he can do in the ring there is going to be some battle tonight. "Better than Harrison." "A showier boxer but not so good in the wind as Harrison." "The best yet seen here." These were some of the remarks passd by the 200 fans who crowded into the Alberta Buffett to see him in action. Brennan will go into the ring the favorite over the local boy. At least the Ross money is asking odds, varying according to the kind of bet. It it even money that Brennan will not knock Ross out. The odds are about 10 to 7 that Brennan will win the decision. l. Ross' backers are betting that he will stay the ten rounds. There will be no stalling. > * ? P. C, H. L. STANDING ?  v  ?� *S* '!* O O *3* O 38 Seattle........ 7 6 49 44 .538 Portland...... 5 7 41 42 .117 BOWLING Cincinnati, Ohio, Feb. 19. - The Christ church team of Cincinnati with a score of 2749, displaced the Hcidel-bergs of Newport, Kentucky, as the leaders in the five-man team event in the American Bowling Congress tournament late last night. The Heidel-bergs, with a score of 2(579, had previ. ously displaced the "Sport" Feeney's-champions of Covington, Ky., who rolled 2659 the previous night. NEW SKATING RECORD Superior, Wis., Feb. 18.-Oscar Mathesou, the Norwegian skater, without a pacemaker and {rom a standing start, made what are declared to be three world's records for indoor rinks here yesterday. He skated half a mile in one minute 12 4-G seconds; a mile in two minutes 32 3-5 seconds and three miles in 8 minutes, IS 1-5 seconds. FRENCH BOXER WON (Philadelphia, Penn., Feb. 18-Benny Velger, the French bantam weight, outpointed Joe Lynch of New York, in their six round bout here tonight. The Frenchman had^ the better of every round and when the fight ended Lynch was bleeding freely from constant jabbing by Velger. KAYOED BY LEWIS Toledo, Ohio, Feb. 18.-Ted Lewis, welterweight champion of the world, tonight knocked out Jimmy Duffy of Loqkport, N. Y., in the first round of what, was to have been a 15 round bout. GOT DECISION EASILY Cincinnati, Ohio, Feb. 19. - Harry Greb, the Pittsburg middleweight, outfought Bob Moha, the Milwaukee "cave man" easily earning the decision* at the end of their ten-round boxing bout here last night. Only Moha's ruggedness saved him from a knockout. Greb boxed the fastest bout he has ever shown here, landing almost at will on his opponent's face and body. DECISION IN 10 ROUNDS Baltimore, Md, Feb. 19. - George Chaney of Baltimore, got the decision in a ten round bout with Eddie Wallace of Brooklyn here last night. > : ? > ? > ? > WILL NEVER SELL COBB Detroit, Mich.  yPrank J. Navin Feb. 18. - president ot the Detroit American league baseball club, who has just returned from New York, flatly denies a New York rumor that Ty Cobb might be sold or traded to the New York Americans. "I have often said that Cobb will complete, his major league career in a Detroit uniform and I will repeat that statement," said Mr. Navin. "Cob will never be sold, traded or released." NEW YORK HOCKEY New York, Feb. 19-The New York Wanderers' Hockey team defeated the 2: OS pace, purse $2,000, and two small Boston Navy Yard team here last night stake purse*. by a score of 8 to 2. TUB I MOLINE Universal [Nl Tractor t&S&rj I BOXING! MAJESTIC THEATRE LETHBRIDGE Tonight TEN ROUNDS -MAIN BOUT- TEN ROUNDS KAYO BRENNAN OF DETROIT, (MICHIGAN'S LOGICAL SUCCESSOR TO STANLEY KETCHEL) VS. YOUNG AL ROSS OF LETHBRIDGE. The popular local Idol, known as Canada^ classiest middle- weight. In this Brennan-Ross match, the fans are assured of as much, action as was given them in the recent Ross-Harrison go. Both boys are in great form; and both will enter the ring tomorrow night confident of victory. Who will get the decision? The prototers. The Lethbridge Sports and Amusement Club, have gone to great expense in bringing a man of Brennan's calibre to Lethbridge, and they have no hesitation In saying that this will be the best boxing event ever staged in Western Canada. A NUMBER OF EXCELLENT PRELIMINARIES WILL BE STAGED. BAND IN ATTENDANCE. PRICES Ringside........................�w____... $3.00  Main Floor...................$2.60, $2.00, $1.50  Balcony.................... $2.00, $1.50, $1.00 Get Your Tickets NOW arid Avoid the Rush Tickets now on sate at the Alexandra Hotel Cigar Stand, and at the Alberta Buffet. After 7 o'clock at theatre box office tonight. ew Chevrolet as Just Been Received If you will call at our office we will be pleased to give you a copy. BAALIM MOTOR CO. HOME OF THE CHEVROLET BACK OF UNION BANK HARRY HOLMAN, tfffl 54 28 ;