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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRTDAY, JANUARY 11, 1918 THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD PACE TJIRT-.e *'feRINGING UP FATHER' By G. McManus- 4 ?QS1-mmm^Al Mamaux Goes To The Dodgers 'SPIEL ENDS Tfl-OW Why Al Ross Lost he Fans Discuss It DISTRICT'SPIEL FEilE MOmy I .Tonight's two giimefl will tinlsli up the Red Cross 'Spiel which has been moat successful, both In the number ot entries and in the matter of good games, most of the rinlcs being fairly evenly matched. The Elite Cigar Store's chances of winning out wont, up In stnolco, the Old-Timers boating them by a good margin. Oonyboare & Co. piny the Afercliants Bank at C.30 tonight, and the winners play the Old-Tlmors In the final game at S.IIO. Tea ends will bo played In both' games. -The first rounds in the club competition were also played ending in Dr. Marrs beating Dr. Taylor's rink in aiVery tight game,.and S. J. Shepherd beat J. F; Hamiltofi., The games for tonight are as follows: Red Cross, 6.30 p.m.-Conybeare & |Co. vs Merchants Bank. g.'iiO-Winners of above vs Old-Tim-lerl. - , |Club Competition, 8 p.m., Twelve Ends Ji. D. McNabb vs Hugh. Boyd. Jack Wales vs W, P. Spalding. Dr. Leech vs W. L, McKenzie. Now rinks, may still be formed up, as the secretary has still a number of names of intending players In green, second, and third classes. To pirnle IWonday The prospects look very bright for the District Bonspiel at Fernie on .Monday, when Lethbridge Is due In largo numbers and will get a big welcome.. A new Grand Aggregate Trophy has been presented by the ITritos-Wood Co. of Ferule, which will make five compeliLionii iu all. It' is proposed to take, in the skating rink next door to the Fernie Curling rink, which, added � to the live sheets In the curling rink v.ill give ample accommodation and run the 'spieli off in good time. Fernie favors Lolhbridgo when the 'spiel is here, .with about si.x rinks aud this town is due there in �ul! force. The acting secretary should know by tonight or early Saturday moi-uinfj the personnel of rinks going, so that arrangements con be made In good iGirls^ Ba^^^^^ Rules For 1918 iMatee JEpr Less Strenuous Playing |iUnHer:New Rules Five Fouls of Any Kind Will Disqualify  Player From Further Participation in the Game; Must Play Under New Rules I .The 19.18 girls' basketball rules have !ju�t made their appearance. Not maAy change^ aro\ noted,' although two of these will doubtless do much to Insure cleaner play, . Tho first rule that shows' an Improve-imont. over previous years has to do Iwltli'guarding at. the basket. Heretofore, it has frequently happened that av -'ri|liBg,Mawe:ver, five fouls of anyiklnd iWill ^IstjuMltjr'a'playier;' ' > Another change makes it possible for U girl to loss the ball !n the air and catch It herself to avoid the penalty for holding the ball mora than three seconds. Heret;ofore, when tho ball was tossed into the air by a player, she could not catch it again uWil it had, first been played by some other player,' except when she.was shooting for. a basket,  , New Rules for Centres A fourth change in tho rules makes It compulsory for both players to ac^ ually jump for the-ball on a toss-up It , has frequently happened that a short player, realizing that she had no chance to get the bjiU in .ifi toss-up^ would not try to jump l)ut would back |away at the toss in the hope of catching tho ball after it bad been batted by her opponent. � The last change doate with tho awarding of the ball after a call of time. If a player holds the ball when time Is'called for any season, the ball Is returned to, this player ^by the reteroo when the game Is, rasuined. Heretofore the ball has boon tossed between this player and her opponent. Tl^e revision committee urge upon all girls' teams to play under'the new rules without variation. In order that they may bo" given a thorough try-out, � 'I Now, when You Buy a Mitchell The repairs do cost you more here than they do at ' the factory^ but you will need them so seljjotn that I even at that they are cheapier than the repairs fo^ other qars, ! ; AND BESIDES ' \yougeV31 extra .features with the car. IvBiJQU Motor Parlors , ''A: � . THe'Ho68E''6f''service ', ' ' I fifth.�tbeet eOUTH' /.V i uethbridqe. alta. Post-mortems on the Ross-IIar-rison mill were the order of the day yesterday, and. the fans fouglit It all out again a dozen t.me.? as they gaUiered in littJe knots on the .qtr/ots, hotel corridors and barber shops. "What was lost?" the reason Ross T!i,at was tho question everybody was' askia^g. There wasn't a single dissenting voice as to Jud Foley's decision. Even Ross' most intimate friends were of the opinion that Jud could have given no other decision, so the fans had to look for some other reason. "He v/as up aeainst a bett6r fighter." ' "Ross wasn't in condition. He had no chance to got in condition, having DO sparring partner who can maVii him mil). And ho had boon winning so eniuly previously tlir.t he had eomo to believe he could got by without much training-" Those v,-cre tho two opinions mo.st often exprcssfid, and porhap,"! tht; latter wa.s tho most generally accepted by tho fans. They real'zod that Harrison is' one of tho bp.st In the game, and were mi.c;hty glad of the chance of seeing him iu action, but they have not gone back on tho local favorite, of many fi.-itic encounters by , a long .shot. They pont to (ho fact that Harrison, located as hq is in Chicago where there are plenfy of scrapijors. can got a good stiff workout any day und^er tho best of conditions, thus keeping improving continually. But Ross' workouts are moroor less jokes. He dare not let himself out or the sparring partners who  . are available would quit the game. , The result is that the local man's footwork was not up to the mark, nor was his Judgment in aiming and timing his blows. . It takes practice to keep up efllciency in these two important departments  . of the fight game, and it was liore that Harrison established his superiority. It is up to Ross himself to remedy those defects into which ho has fallen by reason of being' so far from tlie big boxing cen- ' tres. ilN'SINSTIIUIE A mwm TO m Tho unruly pitcher of the Pittsburg Pirates yesterday, was traded to the Brooklyn team. With him went Ward and Grimes, and tlie Pirates received tu. exchange Casey' Stengel- and Cut-shaw. Mamaux in 1015 and .1916 was, among the! most, effective pitchers in the National league, winning a big majoitity i of his games despite tho fact t\vA^ his ' toam was always woU down in tho second division. Last year he had trouble with the management for failure to koep'^iu trim and was suspended. FBASKETBALLERS Y (From Our Own Corre.spondont) Gardston, Jan. 9.-'Another fine company is heading this way to the Palace .Moving Picture Theatre and Missea L>. Nioissn and'R. Harker. tho' new managers, are certainly booking, somo ?plendld attractions for Cardston. The .Maud Henderson Company are due here on January I'Uh, 15th, and 10th, with a repertoire including "The Lion and the Mouse" for Monday and "The Wages of Sin" for Tuesday. The last --.fining performance has not yet beBu decided upou. Non-Partlsan League The Ladies' Kelicf Society of tho 2nd ^Vard listened v/ith much ploasnro to Mr. Harry Johnson who explained some oi lha economic questiops that confront tho ladies as to the high cost of living and suggested remedies through legislative means. His remarks were also enjoyed by a number of the farmers and enlightened all present as to tho object of this league and why voter.s sliould be informed upon U. file Women's Institute Tlic regular monthly umeting o� the orguiiization convo.-icd at the coiirt house on Friday last with a very good altoudunco. Tho president," Mrs. F. \V. Atkins, road an excellent paper- Subject, "Tho Duties of the Citizen," The d(ilegat6 to the  Convention of the Womon'.s Institutes recently held at Clarosholm, ^rs. W. Savage, gave an interesting account of the proceedings and the many valuable points were (^ulj| noted by the niembor;*. A social event ivas an'an;;ed for on -Monday, January llth, to bo- held at thp court house from 'i to 8 o'clock, p.m., at which all the ladies and thi!-iv escorts were urged to bo present, A grand cliaractgr ball ia to follow this mo'.it'u's reception being dated for February Sth as the schpoi auditorium has been engaged for the purpose and it is looked forward to as one of the biggest and. best efforts of this Important organization. That Ross fought a pretty defensive fight after he found- ho was.up against a real scrapper^is generally conceded, and tho fans as a rule do not admit that he was outgamod. , Whether he 90uld ever beat Harrison ev(?n if he was; in the best of shape is a moot; question, but most of the fans be-; -llevo. he. could do a lot better than he did on Wednesday night. And that Is tho reason, tlie tans Willi continue to go to see Rosa fight it he win show by Jils training that, he is doing his best to got to the) tpp of his form. They like him . and they want to see him go against another good one to give him a chance to prove he is the fighter they think him; . � Harrison Is returning to Chicago via the Pacific Coast where it Is ' said the fight .game la going strong. The Chlcagoan, deolfcroa' i Lethbrldge Is the centre of a dis-1; trict containing a mighty line aiid ' onthuBinstic bunph of ring fans. '"Kid" Maxwell Is going with lilm, and says It jwlll bo no troublo'ln ' finding good men In the middle-west to como to litothbrldgo to tight Rosa or anybody else. Clonlo Talt is after a match Iu There Is a possibility that the rabid basketball fans of Leih-brldae will see the fast Shelby, Montana, quintet in action here next Friday. The locals will know some time today. If the Montan-ans come It will be the first time the. people of this city have had an opportunity to see'an International game of basketball and the crowd will be there In force. If Shelby should not be able to come, on the datc^mentloned,. Raymond, champions of the province for 1916-17, willbe.on hand. They telephoned last night asking for a game ofi Friday, Jan. 18, and If they c^n be accommodated they will bo!here with bells on. Cal-�gapy. has not yet made arrangements to send a team, down but, word Is, expected from them every dayi to .open negotiations to that end. Bowling matcHes of five games, each, have been arranged as follows, to start tomorrow night on the 'Dominion alliys here: Evantf' vs.. Stark, 'Shover vs. Moore, Dickson and Sloane vs. McDanielsand Kulpas. The games, will be bowled alternately here and at Barons. WILLARD IN SHAPE Chicago, Jan. 10.--Jess ,Wlliard yesterday proved he Is lii excellent' phy-slcal condition. Willard, world's champion heavyweight, boxed three rounds y^Hh Walter Monahan, and wont Birough fifteen minutes of shadow boxlifg and rope-skipping at Kid Howard's Aroada gymnasium, , The big tollo\y certainly looked good. H� stepped around the ring with much of the'speed and elevorness of a Itght-wplghtv'and at the end'of ftho' three rdiund session suowod no signs of slow-Inb up. His legs andarmsaro nSitrlni CHALLENGE ANY OTHER � TWO-BOWLEGS IN CITY Sloan and Oickson are out with a chip on their shoulders. They challenge any two bowlers in the city for a,match of five games of ten-pins. No doubt th^re will be ma/iy who are'willing to try conclusions with thorn, and It may result In a two or three-men league  being started ,instead of five-men, as was originally intended. Arty two bowlers who, think" thoy can'take these two bowlers into camp, kindly notify the alley management and arrangements will bje made for the match. A meeting of bowlers will likely soon be called to form a league. , b Citizens Meet to Discuss it- -Part of Building for Red Cross ^ CFrom Our Own CorreanonO-iit > Magrath, Jan. 9.-If the plans formed work out satisfactorily Magrath will have a fine gymnasium in the near future. Several different committees have been working for a long time and trying to make some headway towards getting a place where the young people could moet-and bo Instructed along tho lines of physical development as well as spiritual. A meeting was hold on Saturday evening consisting of tho committees representing the town council, the parent class of the L. D. S. Sunday scltool, M. I. A., Victory Loan canvassers, and other.s. A tlnance committee and building committee were appointed at this meeting, to start the ball rolling and inquire into the proposition anff report at the pubiiij meeting hold on Monday evening. Ai large crowd was in attendance at tho public meeting held to discuss the proposition and for the people to vote for or against the building of a gymnasium. A. Mercer was chairman of tho meeting. Tho audience sang 'Put your shoulder to the wheeV Prayer Was offered by W., Ackroyd. The choir then rendered "The Palms." Mayor Bcnnion was the first speaicer. He said he was Very much In favor of a gymnasium and had be^n for a long time; He sliowed what a. great thing it would be for the young people and th� need of one here in Magratli. He quoted .some figures and' ""explained partially !of what had bEen..planncd-I!o ,t hersivat^ 1 tho, pvice^ vPi'eyaJling'i lniTor6nt,o^^^ and; )VIo'utreivl,,;^Wch , n�eans;i savIuB for yqu,'' .<,' ''-',";.' BAALIM MOTOR J HOME' 'OF, THE CHEVROLET '1 "^s'V^S#"J?,' Ma.RAMif V � HARRY HOlj||!^|^' BACK OF UNION; BANK mmmmm 83026 61 403307 ;