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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1918 J HE ' LETHBRIDGE DAILY -HERALp PAGETHREB "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G, McManus BOUTDRAW Fastest Mill Ever Staged Here- Brennan Fast-Ross in Good Shape Curlers Into Eights in 'Spiel ,- back some hard on^^^^ LvV^e^d, mo"re"ord fo'r Ihe "pieh in the In-flghtlng. The first was , . , , , ' ^-en. The second was Brgnnan's by |\eTarttidn't repeaf tfedose a ct-, a> shade, but Ross ^^ �� ' ^ � . ^ ,.''V4 �. New :,Referee Thoro are soi^o who ,tl!ouglit Brennan should^ have been given the de-(siston. Probably.he did show up better -i' . ' � ' . ' \ .Pijoi^ ;{\^otor ration Liinlted Moffat Whicher Wales. .. Spalding ...10 9 Stewart  Leech * '  -Pringle Lewc Nicholson .. Nelson ... MtNaughtDii Dini)iug Ross ' Kirkham McNabb .. . Skeith..... McCartney" Gumming Mojfjrt" Wales .10 g Nicholson McNaughto^ llOSB J McNabb Cumming '3eb. 18. - A world's record for skating half a mile was made Saturday by.Bobby McLean, of Chicago, world's professional ctiam-plon Ice skater, who covered the distance In 1 minute and 15 seconds in a special trial lield under the auspices of tho Lake Placid Skating association. Tlie former record was, 1.16 1-5, nmdo in 1S97, by John NUson at Montreal. McLean lost a stroke on his final lap, preventing him from making e\en better time. Matheson Top Superior, Wis,, Feb., 18.-Oscar Matheson, the Norwegian skater, without a pacemaker and from a standing start, made what was declared to be three world's records for indoor rinks herd yesterday. He skated half a n>ile in 1 minnte 12 'l-O seconds; n mile In 2 minutes 33 3-5 seconds, and three miles in 8 minutes 18 1-5 seconds. PEfERBORO LOSES, Toronto, Feb. 20.-Peterboro O. H. A. Junior team was outclassed in all departmenls by De Lasalle last night, the latter winning the return game at" the arena by the overwhelming score of twenty-tour to four. The winners now go Into the third round, meeting* Kingston toward the end of tho week. SEAFORTH WON Seatorth, Ont., Feb. ,20.-In the second round of the O. H. A. junior series hero laist night, Seaforth .defeated Woodstock ten to six. HENDRICKS IS JMACK NO. Z A story is going the rounds of how .lack Hendricks, new manager of the Cardinals, bought players for a sbng, or signed them as free agents and then did a Connie Made by digposing of them at fancy prlceff. 'But Hendricks has not started out that way In the majors. Ho is the man Who would not consider ?60,006 for Rogers Homsby, who cost his club |750. . Hendricks while with Indianapolis is credited with spending $5000 for pfayers to be later sold for n total of |51,000. .Bnt 1* also bought some he did not sell. LOVE MAY NOT SJON Slim Love, Yank's pitcher, Is working as a carpenter at San pedro, Cal, and is doing the work ot^two men. (He doesn't need a ladder.) Ha is not satisfied with his new contract, which is l^for much loss than the 1017 dbcu-nwsnt. � i � SiCLCR BEST FtRST-SACKER Whp'a the bept first baseman in the gamo today? . - Among the majority ot baseball f(&iB sentinient will be divided between Geo. Sisler and Stuffy Mclunis, Theses two Amaridan league stars are-tho ranking ioltlul Backers pf the big show. .They are real stars. Both are eroal fielders,), great hitters and adepts aroi^nd the Initial sack. But because of his versutllo talent^ George gisler ranks a little above the former Athletic star. Sisler is a better lie can be played in other positious, In 4'HUkinK. the first baes^ra/^itiler'^ uamo has been placod �t the top ot t)t� list and Mclunis stands'second. ^ former American leaguer, whosie namoihas Ibiig been counectod with fame, is placed Ititrd. Hal Chase, Prince Hal, tho orlgijial contprtionist around the initial snclc, is the player. Ohaso, however, is slowing i^wn a trltlo,.wliilu his younger rivals are at tlie crost of thuir curoors and, there-fpro,, more valuable at the present time, li' place is awarded to Chick Gandil Pf the chan)pi6;L White Sov, OftDdil is u wiz!Ear,d as a tieldoc^^Ho DAYLIGHT PLAN IS APPROVE^ Baseball .Magnates in Favor, of Turr^-' ing Clocks Ahead Basehftii magnates in general throughout the country are strong ad' vocates for the adoption of the proposed daylight saving; law which con gress may soon pass.....Tlio genei-al scheme provides for the sottjng ahead of nil clocks In tho country two hours, beginning either April I or May 1. If congress should pass this law it would be a great boon for uUi'lotes, as it would permit thousands ot persons to get out daily on the tenuis courts and golf courses, attend ball games or. go autpmoblllng, whereas many no\y. uru forced to crowd all of'tlioir recreation into ono day-*-Sunday, , hitter and u better base runner. I^eiu cuvera all kli\dB (ft grpund and'^keH more valuable to a ball club because'the,:.worst tlirows with a gr^ice and that permit but fe,w to get by h(9i, Hq^ led the first baiemen,of the jtwd leagues in fiildins last s^aspu. ; 4>�4>���� � � ^ � � Irwin and DeManbey took ^ 4> Millar and Llscombe into camji' 4i in the doubles bpWllKg com"-  petltlpu lastsnight, The win^ nursi took thp fjrat ami. third. ^ ^ and the socptid gamq was a liu..'^ The sqpres aro nPt' available, .; >,i�>   � Calgary, Feb, 19.-Distribution. of tho new Ford tractors to be pnrchased by the Dominion government will b� handled in Alberta T)y tho provincial department of agriculture. It was announced some days ago that tlw government would buy three or foui thousand of these tractors to help it the programme for Increased croi production this year. The J. H. Good, win Company, which farms a larg� area in Albbrta for British clients wrote the provincial authorities'-'last week as to the number to be mad as welV Fractically\every local agent has on ders tor spring delivery in excess of anything overracorded in the past, and the indicatlona.are tbftt there wil! be a large increase in the aereagij sown to cereal crops this aeaaonv PAL MOORE WINS Ballimor'd, Md., Feb. 19.--Pal,Mopro of Memphis won a decision over Jack Sharkey of New York, in aten'round bout here las^ night. The Memphis hian outgoneralled and outboxed the Now Yorkoi',. . CALGARY SPORT WRITER-DEAD Calgary, Feb. .19.-A. O. IsherwPod, formerly sporting editor of the Calgary. News-Telegram died last night after a lingering illness. Ho was " native ot Almonte, Ont.'  1 FOUND BROKEN QtA8� IN SACK OF F^EED Sioux Palls. S.D., Feb. 19.-Authorl ties of Bonne Homme county today ' closed the flour mill operated by Men:) ' noultes, sixteen miles south\of'Tyu dalle, S.D., on charges- of a tarmet named McDonald'that a-box ot ground glass was found by, him in a sack ol feed which had been ground at the '�� mi)), according'to advices received T. here. The mill was closed pending lp ed hero that no action had bcoa taki>'i 1| -.:^': TOOK HI6 8f AT. , London, .Feb. 20. The''Princ* Wales took the oath and'hla seat'in' the house pf iprdS'^OBterday.wUll the; usual ceroniouy. ,^ \ \ A Radiktor and Hood C^rMTtMr ;g�"eat- L,OVer ly to the effi. cieney of yojir motor in winter. \ ... / We have a gjnod awortmentior all ^Mikjes BACK or UNIONS ;OF'rH|/CH�VROLET 76 1143 ;