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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ^ATimPAY. MARCH 2, lOtS TITE LRtHBRIDGE DyMLY- HERALD PAGE THREE BRINGING UP FATHEr By G. McManus Great War Veterans to Stage Grand Boxing Carnival Here SOLDIERS BEATEN IN GAME AT EDMONTON Some time this month, prob-  blv about March 20th, the Great War Veterans are going to siage a boxing tourney at the Majestic for the benefit of the club funds, and ^hey ar^ already at work lining up a program that should draw the lovers of the squared circle game fron^all corners 6f the south. The yets have secured the aid of the >Lethbrldge Sports club in this enterprise and the matches will ba on a par with anything seen here in that line for some time. Quite a number of C^lyary soldier mitt artists are understood to be ready to come for'this occasion, while an effort will also be made to line up Kid Hoagland of Bow Island, who boxed Billy Lauder a ten round fi work. The date will probably be, about r^arch 20th. Match Will Have To Bes^bout 14th-Tait Has Four Matches Lined Up Clonlo Talt has -wired hla acceptance for a matcli liore with Nell Allison, but has stipulated Uiat ft must be before March 18th as he has a Winnipeg match on that df|to and wants to go cast Immediately aftorwurds. Allison has been communicated with and K he SvlU come for about March 14 this houl the tans of the south are o,eager'tor, there will be a groat �eason wlndiip. Talt Is trying �work In three or four battles hetors l^o goes cast. Ho is" billed to tangle with Charlie Scully, the Chicago boy on Tuesday next � betbro Al re is still one gniiin (o play In the 1-yllison trop}iy for !iie local club compviition: .McXabb v-, Dnvid.son. For Haturday oveninK there la a challenge for the Cadillai: cup, when Clark iiiid Gaddes will iry an-J lift It from WcNabb and Mcl^ooil.  ^ Thanks to Donors The bonspiel commitKo wish to. thank the following for tlieir kind assist.-incG in donating cish and pjlzcs. had selected Catcher Cady, Inficlder j' Gardner and Outfielder Walker, of the , "f^ Boston Amoi-icaiiH. in exchange for 1 John "Stuffy" Mclnnls, the Athletics'! ^'"'^ first ba.senian; \ Mack said the Red Sox wanted him to take First Baseman Gainer, but that ho insisted on Cady. The deal St ever held in lliis city. Thoi 1 was forty out of town visitors, who all business or pr.ifij.^-jional men and who with one a'ccnnl expressed thoniaolvc-s pleased wi;li their visit and the entertainment and sport provided. 0.00 arrr I''razeo, president of the I": t: "V-----,� �' ,� '--11 Boston club. No financial consldera- Mckolvie and .McGuirc ... ... 10.00 tion was involved.  ' �! Garage................. 20.00 Alack said he had not communicated �^''�^'^ Drug & Booi.; C-o..... r..Oi> with the three player.-?, but thai ho ex- ^- Jacksan................. D.OO pected them to join the Athletics ho-' ^- G'bbou.'s  tore they leave for the southern train-' C'raco .'. ing ground next month. c o o 4 � � � : LARRY LAJOIE MAY ? �: MANAGE ST. LOUIS ? .Mllwaukco, Wis., March 1.- Whether Larry Lajole, the former Clfeveland star, who piloted the Toronto club to a champion-ship in tho International I^ea-guc last season, will succeed .lack Hendricks, the new leader of the St. IjOuIs Nationals, as manager of the Indianapolis Club, will bo decided In Indlan-, apolis on Sunday. ^ > .> .ou Lothbridgo Mcrciuili'.e ........15.00 Lethbridge Hotel............-'5.00 Geo. B. MacKay............25.00 Consolidated llubbor Col......10.00 Gutta Percha Rubber Co. ....... 10.00 Simpson Co.. Ud.......... .. 12.00 D. D. McNabb...............lu.OO R. A. Wright...............25.00 Alberta Saddlery............10.00 Ellison Mil] Co.............15.00 Chinook Coal Co.....\......20.00 Campbell, Wilson & Morne ----10.00 Perry & Reld ................ 10.00 A. MacDonaldCo.....-........ 15.00 W. J. Nelson............ ...T. 12.i)0 Bawden Brothers............. 10.00 Jno.i Bruce...............10.00 Stacey Lumber Co.............lO.iiO h. C. Teeplo................� aJip R, J. Baldry.............. 5.00 H. Holman................. 5.00 Silver Grill..........\.....' 5.00 LScott Fruit Co...............10.00 Plunkett Yn to 100 Sui\day afternoon^ 'The doctors,hope to' be tvble to break 'up the.dlsbase before it gets a good ' r,tan, in which case no ill effects may come from it i  Who Should Sweep Tho following letters will explain themselves and decide a point? over which -conslderabtp controversy has arisen regarding the all important factor of curling: "Sweeping." The Query Sporting Kditor, Winnipeg Free Pres^, Winnipeg, Van: - Dear Sir,-ICindlJ' give me the correct ruling on tho following. Curling. My third man is playing' his stone and It comes.Into the rings and raises ono of my opponents rocks Irom the third ring towards the tee. My opponent's lead Jumps in and sweeps their third raised rock. I maintained: Firstly that'the lead had no bu.sinoss in the ring that ho should' retire to the hog line after sweeping or coming up wlt.li 'their rocks. Secondly, that it tho leads and seconds are allowed over the hog line that-th'oy can not sweep in the rings after their own stone has ceased to run or 6asi crossed the sweeping line. That is that their skip or third man was tho only ono entitled to tweop their raised rock Ifl this case. As this caused Bonio cou-Biderablo discussion and we could find no point to cover in tho Royal Caled. Rules I wifill that you woiiUl give us the correct ruling�is vraollaod In Winnipeg.  Youra truly. The Reply ' Dear Sir,-In answer to your query re curling would say that thore Is really no rule at present In the Manitoba curling laws that prohibits a load from sweeping such a rook but It is the general rule for llievskip or third player .to tako charge ot a rock like tho ono you mention. It is generally understood that the lead and second hiis no business in tho rings but this rulo Is not lived up to very strictly these days and IJiavo seen In- sovoraj oci oaslQn"^ in WJimlpog, whore a skip who is not ioned party, when-Miss Geneva Mis-ener entertained the Waunelta Soc- i iety ot the University at a Colonial ' dance. All the guests were dressed la ' old fashioned style with powdered  hair, and the dances consisted ot tha graceful dances of our grandmothers' i days, the minuet, Sir Roger de Cove� : ley and others. Tho novelty ot the ; dance appealed to everyone and tha i evewing was a truly delightful one. j Friday, March Ist, la a busy day ' In University athletics. The Varsity � hockey team Is making a trip to Ver-mllioa to play the team ot the Vermilion School ot Agriculture on the occasion ot the Aggies' Annual Alumni meeting which Is to take place on that day. On the same day, the Cam-rose Normal School Girls' Uasketball team is paying a visit to the University and a doubleheader la to be played In the Varsity Gym Friday nljs^t, Camro/e vs. Varsity and a game by tho Varsity Boys' House League. After the games, the visitors are to ba entertained in Athabasca Hall. Capt. J. M. MacEachran, formerly professor of Philosophy In ..the University,-who went overseas as Paymaster ot the 196th Battalion and subsequently was paynlaster of the Young Soldiers' Battalion at Bramshott, has gone to Prance and is to bo attached as paymaster to an artillery unit. -Major H. J. MacLeod, lecturer In in tho first game of the year between Stirling and Raymond the Stirling hii.iklos maintained their untarnished record and brought their old time rivals to defeat on their own floor. It was a great game wiUi a nip and tuck battle in tbo first half and Raymond in tfto lead by four points. Meldrum's shooting Jn this half was tho feature for the visitors, tho big boy negotiating four pretty field baskets and shooting fouls with a dead eyo for ten more points, with Burr and Nal-der coming in with a ringer apiece and playing great combination. Spack-man was oven up with his rival with the same number of field baskets, but missed several foul throws. Brandley and "Jumbo" Mickelson both did dam-ago by a basket apiece. The second half was a whirlwind with Stirling on their favorite south basket. In this half the checking ot tho Stirling guards, Mickelson and Ostlund, was a feature, holding their opposition down to a,minimum ot field counters. Nalder played a good game at centre, beating thfe big Stirling centre �at the jump quite a number of times, which is sure some jumping and holdlngj his man to three baskets and getting three himself. Buhler held Vern Spackman to tour baskets in the first half but he got away for seven the last half by several open shots. When the fjnal whistle blew Stirling had the big end ot the score ot 4S to 35. Red McKIlIop handled the whistle to the entire satisfaction of all, which is saying something. The only dissension .was a voice from a gentlewoman from KIpp who seemed to think the boys were held too technically to rules, but the warriors ou both sides made tho fouls, and Geordie called "'tJ! ^'!,fw ^^'l^Jfn^^w'ln^H ,.,r Eloctrlcal Engineering at ^he Univer-rhe junior game was a fast and fur-|g^y ^^^^^^ enlisting, who went over- Lethbrldgo, March 2.   � Dear Editor    The papers say ' , *  � That Ad Day �  � And Ray Knight Are to manage The big stampede ' �  � Next July  * * And that there will be V � * Atternoou and evening programs � �  And what I want To know is It this hero stampede � '   Is going to be . a  * A continuous performance. '  � � It it's to bo .**..' A Knight and Day seance a  � 'iVhen arc wo going to sleep? .  � And won't tho Factory Act ' .   Got after us , ' * ' i � i II wo bust 'er loose I    ' Day and Knight    � "When we're only supposed ' . * . To work eight hour shifts.   , ' Wo hope you will s , Look Into this    Seriously. . -Thanking you.. Pollu: Poor' old Uono was sure unlucky. Franz: How? ./ PoUu: Hail hla head shot off Juat after he finished sliavlng.-Sun D(al., to tho tee line and then retire from tho ring. Hoping that thl� will' answer.yom;. question satisfactorily, I remainr? v  Yours truly, ' , W. J. FINLAV.o junior game lous affair with both sides anxious to win. But the combination Of the K. A. boys was superior and with Fisher shooting like a demon for eight field basket^ and not missing any chances on fouls the Raymond boys had the best ot tfie argument. For Stirling Vic Spackman secured . five baskets, with Addler, Mickelson and Anderson each adding some counters. The guarding on both sides was close. Stirling missed many chances on^ foul throws. An intermediate' same was pulled off with Stirling winning, the recruits of the future played a good fast game, the score being IG to 25. Tho line-up and scores of the big game were: Stirling Spackman 38 Brandley 4 Forwards � \ Centre Raymond Meldrum 25 Burr 4 Nalder 6 D. Mickelson C Guards N. Mickelson Skouson Ostlund Buhler Stirling 48; Raymond 35. ' Referee: George McKillop, of Lethbridge. LITHUANIA IN ALLIANCE GERMANY WITH Amsterdam, Mar, 1.-Writing in the Berlin Tagellscho Runschau, Mathlaii lilrzborger of the Clerical Centre, says: "For. fa, year past I have advocated the idea tliat Lithuania sbould not only be an autonomous, but nn lndei St. John, P. Q., foe a period ot three months from the first ot March with,;a view to proceeding overseas. Tlio Women's University Club ot Edmonton la putting on two plays in Convocation Hall on March 16th and 16tbi, the proceeds to be for the University , Soldiers' Comforts Club. The play;a are ''The Troth" by Rutherford Mayria' and "Thomson" by St. John Ha)|kin and George Calderon. The meetings ot the Canadian Conference on Social Welfare to be held in Edmonton on tl)e 3rd, 4th and 6tb ot July fire to ^ke place In the University building.. - �' : 0UTCLAS6E0 "Well, old Crimson Gulch seemt, very, quiet and orderly,", said the travelling salesman. - / "Yes," replied Broncho Bob. "When so many of the boys la away handling machine guns it doesn't seem worth while foolln' with ji Utile toy Ilka a, six-shooter."-WaslTington Star. no went, at my suggestion to General Von Ludendorft at headquarters, and , In the course of a dlacuss^n, a .complete' agreement regarding the independence of Lithuania was establisti- The Engine of an Auto Needs Attention at Regiilar Intervals. ^ IT TAKtS Bb-r.H SKILL AND GREAT CARE TO REPAIR IT PROPERLY; IF It GOES WRONG. WE ARE PROUD TO SAY THATl WE CAN REFER TO MANY OWNERS OF HlbH PRICED CARS WHO HAVE ENTRUSTED THEIR REPAIR WORK To.us; , BAALIM MOTOR CO. ' - HOME OP THt CHEVROLET ^ , BACK OP Ur^lpN BANK HARRY HOLWAN, M|n 28 D.+?0C ;