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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESQAY, MARCH 5, 191S .....THE -LETHBRIDGE DAlL-y HERALD PAGE THREE 'BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManug r Just Back From Australiah Tour and Picks Harrison For a Starter Dickson, Jennings, Sloan, Irwin, Shover and Evans, comprising a five-man team, would like to arrange a match with a five-man team from Barons, home and homo g'araes, total pins to decide the winner. LAYOFF A.RL Canadiens and Toronto Will Clash For Right To Meet Seattle LAJOIEIOLEAD HARD lOCK GAME Soma time ago we told the fant they would hear more about Phil Harrison who adminstered an artistic drubbing to Al Roas not long.since. Harrison was picked to meet Jack Dillon shortly after this at Racine, Wis., but owinn to Injury to Dillon the match did not come off. Now Eddie McGoorty, who has just returned .from Australia, wants to start wading through the niiddleweight.s, and.he Is going to � taKe on Harrison as the following Chicago despatch appearing in the Sunday . Spokesman Review hoiws: "Here's some pleasing news for middleweiohts: Eddie McGoorty Is ready to fight again. The Osh-kosh middle, who returned home from Australia, where he spent three years; a few weeks ago, an-' nounced Tueaday that he was ready for action again, adding that nothing would please him better than a meeting with Harry Greb, Mike O'Dowd, Jack Pllion or Phil Harrison. When Eddie quit these parts he was one of the leading candidates for the middleweight title. During'his absence several new . 15S-pounders sprang up, elalming ,the crown. Now Eddie wants to know why they are counting him out of the running when listing probable champs. "As a starter Eddie would like to hook' up^ with Phil 'Harrison at oner of-th% nearby clubs, and after that Jack Dillon. By that time he . figures'he'will be ready for the . O'Doyirds and Grebs. "Jim lyiullln; well-known dancer. Is lookihg" after McGoorty's bu�l-, noss.'V 'The fans of- this section will watch for neWs of the Harrlson-McGoortybbut. A handsome fur set belonging to ,Mlss ,B. BeiBol, stolen In the basement'of St. James' Lutheran church In ElmJra, Qnt., a year^ ago, was returned last week. \ Won on Total Pins But Lost Match, Two Out of Three Games Shover and WiUetts boweld another of those hard-luck games last night when they tangled with �Williams and Jennings. Though they won the set by total pins, having a'lead of nine, they lost the match, getting only one out of the three games. 'Shover and Wlllotts took the first by 31 pins. They lost tlie second by one and the third by 11. It was tough luck. Shover bowled one of his whirlwind games again, turning In a. total of 561 pins for an average of 188, and had a 201 game tor high single. Following are the scores: Wllletts ...... lin 165 132-41fi Shover........ 195 IBS 201-564 Williams Jennings 314 333 333-980 151 180 185 5ia .HS 154 ,159-455 293 334 344-071 . The schedule for tlila week follows: Tuesday-Sloan and Uebersetzlg vs Needs and Freest'oue. Wednesday-Liscombe' and Millar va Alrd and Raymond. Thursday-Mercer and Wallls vs Smith and Evans. i^rlday-Irwln and BeManbey vs Frey and Murray. Saturday-Green and Clark vs Dickson and Benton. CLOrrr, PEABODY * C0, lue, MoalMd SILING PLAYS AT Montreal, March 4. - The home and home games between Canadiens and Torontos for the championship of the National Hookey League and the right to meet the champions of the Pacific Coast for the Stanley Cup will ho held March 9 in Toronto land March 11 In Montreal. March 9 and 11 have been suggested as the dates for the Stanley Cup games by President Calder of the N. H. L., to be played in Toronto and Montreal, respectively. These dates are not official and have only been ottered as likely dates. President Calder also makes the announcement this morning officially that Harvey Pulford^ and Charlie Mp-Klnley, both of OtUwa, will be the referees for the games. N. H. L. Standing Ottawa, March 4. - The National Hockey I>oague standing is as follows: , Won Lost P. Toronto ....... 5 2, 34 Ottawa......... 3 4 28 Canadiens...... 3 4 33 Indianapolis, hid., March 4. -[jarry Lajolo, former uinjor league star, will play fir.st base iind manage the Indianapolis team tin- cnming season, provided lie can obtain hl.s release from Toronto, it was aiinflunced hei-e. In baseball circles here It Is regarded as highly Improbiildu that the International League will start the season and, for that n ;ison. Owner McGlII feels almost ceri:da that Lajole will hold down first li:ise for the loca^ club. GUY %wm TO A. 24 32 .37 TO GET II 5,000 YR. At That Figure Lethbridge Golf Fiends Could Be Induced To Play Often Stirling will go to Raymond tomorrow Wednesday night to play the return match with their old rivals. The Raymond boya are not feeling so bad about their recent defeat at the hands of the Stlrllngltea on the. Stirling floor, Inaa much as they led the way for more than half the game and feel confident oC turning the trick, i on the Junction to>vn boys on the K. A. Flf or. It will be a great battle and a .delegation from Lothbrldgo will likely go down to see it, ' The Stirling second team sulfered their first defeat at the hanijg of a Raymond second team and are lining up to come back strong. Geo. McKlllop of LetUbridge will referee .the games. Philadelphia, March 5. -'James M. Barnes of Whitomarsh Valley, Philadelphia, former Spokane Country Club "pro," the professional golf champion who has broken many course records, is about to break another which proi mises to be a world's - record, ^lor it is said ho will receive |15,000 a year from-the Broadmoor' Golf club, at Colorado Springs, to which he is going to change the coming sprjng. This conipensatlon will bo more than Tay lor. Braid and Varden recelvo\all together, though they have won the British open title five ijlmes and 'Var-don is now holding the title for the sixth time. Unheard-of Salary Nothing like this has ever before been heard or even dreamed of �j\idhg g^lt professionals. Unless these salary figures are considerably exaggerated, after the manner of aotresses' and singers' pay. the . natural question will arise whether a club Is not going it pretty steep when iit seta such a high-water mark for a' iirotes-sional's compensation. If the ex-'amplo should spread, who knows'but that in time no protesBlounl wUl Ipok at anything under $5,000, This astonishing salary (or its pi"b-jfesslonal at once gets the Broadmoor club Into the limelight even befoi-e a ball is^ hit on its links', but it has another 'scheme, it Is reported, tor keeping In the spotlight. As Ghick Evans, the amateur and open champion, has taken out. a nonresident membership In. the olub^ the , Broad^ moor people may pend Barnes and I'Hyans next summer in a montli. or six weeks' exhibition tour to raise money tor |he Amerloftii lied Cross. Well Paid at'Whltem'^rsh ; As Barnes was said to have received between $7000 and $8000; a'year, from Whltemarsh Valley, It was believed the club had him for a, certainty, for a number of years,,'but it seems the Broadmoor cluh has beon formed by a group of western men to whom money Is no object'. By,- win nlng' last summer the Philadelphia open title and the western op�n title and holdlnc over from 1916 as the champion of the ProfeBslonal Oolfoi'a'. asBOOiation^rnei Is the outstanding figure in' the professional golf world of America. In the winter Barties is at the Palmo Coin olub, In Florida. : �). M. Moore, form�ri]rinanaB)ir.bl the Tocumseh House, London, Ont., find. Identified >vUh the Umous'^Te; oumsoh ball team, la de,a4�tv North Adams, Mass,, whore he WM nuuwgor ot th* Borkshiro Ilotsl. Match at Vulcan-K. O. Bren-nai) to Meet Joe Grimm at Drumheller Guy Sansom of Great Palls, who did quite a lot o� wrestling In Southern Alberta Inst winter Is up thiis way again, gunning for some of the heavies. He is hooked up to meet Walter Anderson, the Saskatoon giant In Vul-oan before M. P. Butler's club on the 13th. Guy only weighs 152 as against Anderson's 190, but-ho knows every trick of the game and Anderson will have to watch every move or he'll find himself flat on his back in jig-time.    Anderson and Frank Taylor met at Vulcan last Wednesday night Anderson winning in straight falls, 30 minutes and 14 minutes. A little bit ot* news* that will Interest Lethbridge fans is that F|PankIo K.O. Brenuan, who fought Al Ross here recently, will tangle with Joe Grimm, a Urumheller middleweight shortly. When they do someone Is going to get a beating and It won't be Bronaan. GRASSY LAKE (rroni Our Own Currespondent) Grassy Lakp, .Miirch 2.-Annoumie-ment.s are being received at Grassy Lake of the marriage at Lethbrldgt-, February 2()th, ot .MIsg Jennie Searle and Mr. Maurice Rygg. Mr. and Mrs. Rygg are well known and very popular among the young set of Burdett and Grassy Lake. They will reside at Burdett. A movement Is not toot among the ladles of town to send another shipment of boxes of good things to the boys at the front who went from Grassy Lake. The farewell party given for Mr. and Mrs. Walters Wednesday night was n very pleasing affair. A good number were present, and the party was very much enjoyed by all. Mr. and Mrs. Wallers - expect to leave soon to 'reside at New Dayton. They have made a host of friends since thoir stay here and will be missed very much- in social circles. Mr. Frank Perry and bride, formerly Miss B. A. Reld. 'of the staff of the Union bank at Grassy Lake, arrived Wednesday and will take up their residence on the groom's farm south ot town. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Walker returned Thursday from their honeymoon. E. A. Brinson, manager of the Farmers', Elevator has resigned and .will leave Monday for northern Alberta. He Is succeeded by J. W. Anderson, ot Barnwell. Jameo and William Turnbull received the sad news Saturday of the death of their mother at Calgary. They left on the afternoon train to attend the funeral. On Thursday Miss Fern Kunze and Mr. Roy Beatty, two of our most popular young people, took the train for Taber, where, they wore quietly mar-2l council last week the matter-of-ths' vacancy made by the reaignatloa oC Supt. Bruce was further considered, and eventually tho a.ppUcation ot H. P.j> Cook ot Medicine 'Hat was accepited; We are Informed that'Mr.'Cook oomea:',iii] highly recommended, and ae he WPIW-' 'A ontly has had considerable experieaca'^'^> in the gas fields of Medicine Hiut ttaw gas sydtem of Bow Island alMald ahoii;' J an Improvement. ' ' '{,;,3}i , � -,-\- . - ,f)\ It Is understood that the StraMevd'.pj CFrR officials are urging the;heaft ' office of the Grand Trunk to enlargta the Stratford shops. withdrawn'. C. H. Bell, J.P., 'then hoard a charge preferred ajjalnst Fred Campbell hy Constable English and in turn against Ole Lien,' both for creating a disturbance. Die was reaaon-able and ln\ pleadlng.gullty to the charge practically, acknowledged- his guilt In .disturbing the public. Fred proved^ rather unroasonabla < and claimed that all th'e disturbance was made by hla opponent. Both wore, however, lined llO'and costs; Fred threatened to appeal, but after tre quent and copious applications ot "Copenhasfen" decided'Uio wouldnlt. Alberta Buffet 411 PIfth St 8. Opposite ORPHEUM THEATRE StiU at the Old Stand EVERYTHING PRESH / CLEAN STRICTLY WHITE HEUP GEO. ADDISON  PROP. Phone, 1827 The Chevrolet Roadster \ It the ideal car for the traveDiiif saletmaB. Power and economy combined make it the car for buiinesi. BAAUM MOTOR m BACK OP UNION BANK ^0M� OP'THB CHKVROLBT HARRY HOLifAJ^' 423349 151 43 050?1965 ;