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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUHDAY* MARCH 9, 1918 �IFBBgBgfe-., -., ..11. ,-1__!_______m-SS �'SV. THE > LKTHBRrDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THniSB ^ \ 1 "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus .r^V LAW PMNTINVa8 plainly In dls- � \ "It was the same In tho :ird round, i^Ith Allison doing the punchinK and II Hendricks the -receiving. Thtf"-. New Orleans scrapper attempted a rally In this sotto but, it was of short duration and jvhon the gong rang Allison was cutting loose with ev^ylhlng ho had in stock. � . " 'The foui'th round was- less than a minute old when Allison let driv;e a terrible right jab, straight from tlie slioulder. It caught Hendricks" tlush on the jaw and ho,went. down. At tho count df nine ho / wabbled to his feet only to have'Allison dasli in and send him do^^n again with a crashing right swing. Once niore Hendricks gamely fought his way to his teat but Allison stepped back, carefully measured the distance and ^shot forward witli a straight right that ended the bout. A Sliowed, Much Class . ,, "In winning last night Alllaon surprised oven bis most ardent admirers by tho form he displayed.. HendrlckSi a' veteran >Vlth years oi ring experience, was like so much clay. In the hands of a master moulder. .Ha wag outfought, outwitted hut not out-gamed." ' >  FKHflLISH lOtoYBASEBM Anglo-American League Is to Be Launched n Europe Next Spring As Talt has .won a. whole strlpg of his Uouts by,tho kayo route, his trusty loft ,being ,tesponslble^-.tor most: of them. Altogether Tali and Allison size up as about the best matched pair ever seen here, .and a multitude of tans will se^ a great exhibition when the pair clash at the Majeetlc. next Thursday night. I Next Thursday night J^ankle K.O. Brennan and Joo Grlmson, tho' Drum' heller miner are picked to meet at Drumheller. Following,.there is said to bo every prospect tor a return mateli between Brennan and Young Al Ross at Medicine Hat where the fans are spoiling*tor a real scrap. If Brennan and Rosa, come together there the Hat tans will surely see, what they have been looking for. . LONDON LADY WINS , ' ; , BIG SKATING f*RIZE New Y(�rk, March 8.. - After delib eratlngitbr over an'hjiur last night, Uje Judges 'awarded the international figure skatinf championship to ,the Hbnl Mrs. Seton R; Bereisford of London, Bh'Sl.'^nd, by.a narrow margin over the only .bth'er woman .competitor,.'Miss Theresa �Woldi.of Boston. The exact number of points m'ado by eacli under tho complicated system of scoring, in addition viUi the International, rules was not^announcod. . The, men's international free skating championship was won .by N. ..W, Niles, Boston; Karl Engel, New York, was second, with Edmond M, Howland, Bp�ton, thlrdii ,. , ,>. , ;, Word has been rcoelve war time, Where hundreds of baseball players, gridiron stars, boxers, swimmers and other athletes haVo been called,to the service of Uncle Sam, the draft boards and the recruiting office, have seen very, little of the grapplers. The one notable exception is Earl Caddock, heavyweight champion, who is a �soldier at Camp Dodge, Des Moines, Iowa. Except 'tor Caddock not a single wrestler of note who is In military service comes to mind. Gives Tone to Sport -Caddock's presence in the national, army apparently has given tone to the" sport, for throughout'the middle wost,' at least, tli� toe-hold and .-scissors experts are more active than they huve, been In years. It's a poor night Just now that does nq.^ see a pair of grap--piers bugy somewhere in-the middle west. . ; Tho heavyweight situntion-is In more or les.sot a muddle, but apparently the loading.title contenders are doing their, best to..clear It up.. If patient and pfer-; si8dent""wrestll9g will settle; tlve.situation it ought, to be' settled ijetdre iong.. . ,V , �, ,. ITechnlcal Champion ., " Technically, Caddock is the'cham-j pion, and most of-the tans are'-willing so to recognlie him; Whether he wpn the title when he beat Stether or not Caddock did a lot to clinch his claim to the crown when he gained a decision over Wladek Zbyszka, at Des Moines, Iowa, two weeks ago. Zbyszko was the winner of the big wresillng toiirnament held in New York  a tew weeks ago and established himself as about the most formidable- heavyweight outsi,do of Caddock In the business. Caddock disposed of Zbysz ko by winning one fall and piling up; points that convinced Referee . ^d,' Smith he was entitled to a decision. STRIVE TO LEARN RULES English Servant in Quahdry ' WhenMan'is Walked With ^Bases Loaded Four series of games were playe,d lit tlie, two-man contests at the DoraWlon alleys"" last* night. Murray and Frey^ took two games "from Needs and Fred-stone,, and ;two'from De Manbey^antl., Irwin.. Needs .and Freestone lost'*''"^* 201, 102 games to Alrd and Raymond, and iBcito; ton.nnd Dickson lost two to Uobe^seti* aig and Sloan. The scores follow: 5:rey , ...... m Murray \106 m--BSB '158-'403 4 X Micheliii -r More Mileage and Less De Manbcy Irwin .. .. 269 179 , 388 Needs......... 182 Freestone .. ... 180 3!)3 177 157 1C4. 143 846-1008 128- ,-184 198-r 664 New York. - The announcenjent . that a professional baseball organiza-i tion,' tlio Anglo-American league, ' wotild be launched in England and France next spring Is only a natural sequence of . the remarkable' strldSs baseball has-iii"ade in Europe in the last year. , ." , ;a. Soldiers and^Civilians returning from , France'and Britain during the last few m6i\ths: all telllthe same story of, the wonderful future in gtore for baaeball-in, Europe. � / - Men interested In promoting, -the game professionjlly in England are .desirous of having'tho professional yoc-cer players:take4t up. These men correspond in Bn'glnUd to our American baseball heroes. The soccer season takes iln the ; fall and early winter. Should the so^ii awful yelp, and so did the rest,of hip' team.'-"'What d'you mean.^he's out!"-they yellod\ , ' V-Ti^ ' v,> But the Tommy sergeant remalnoij firm? " "You're out, according to' tm rules,", he exclaimed, "because there's no place to -put you, ,Ican:t!put two of you on first base, fieqause the rules sayonly one man can occupy a base at the same time" 'y ' ' � 326-10*8 16G- 512 161- 48 \ .. .../ . ; .L|THB^ipQB, At,TA. UehersetiBlg' Sloan ... .-. Murray . Froy Needs .\ , Freestone 258 144- 1^5 216 351 �135 128r:'' 38*0 207- 6C4 3,15- 944 179- 458 193- 565 ,is9 an- ,.833 SOS" 372-1013 145-219 137 173 -364 309 O^ti ..�. lG7>,lfifl 126- 4,58 17�.' 316r- 989 126- 4,58 180- 488 r --29? 306-�940 ^Dl^ejjtors of ithe'SooTiilne'at'a�meeting' deoliirBd' the rroguldr geml-�nnwaV dlvldona-'pfvyablo Aprir 16- to'"*torck-holders bt record March': 22 ;nt the rate ot three*, and" one 'half''percont�u4; proforrod itook. WNIPEGYPRES GO EAST MP .Camouflage LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, �  * MARCH 9TH. ; ' � a   DEAR EDITOR:- WE WERE HTJRRYING ,;.;-.,/-�.�  * � DOWN TO WORM THE? OTHER MORNIfJ(i- WE ALWAYS HURRY DOWN TO WOFK IN TtfE MOBBING. * �  STRANGE AS IT    MAY SEEM-    ; AND THE SOUTH SibE' ,  *  OF THE P. O. CLOCK ,'�  � � . SAH) TEN TO EIGHT  � r. ^ , ANQ WE KNEW THE BOSS * ',' * � � WOULDN'T HAVE A CHAl^CE a �  I � TO GROUSE AT US MAJESTIC THEATRE LETHBRIDGE Next Thursday IMAIN EVENT 10 - ROUNDS - 10^ CLdNIE TAIt NT Winners of West'W|l],Play Kitchener, Champiolu'of the East .\ Winnipeg, jraroh S.-yFollowlng th^r vlctpry of 7 to O/ovefc^hqvSaskatoQn-uakors last .nlghli,' the ,,VlMHp'eg -*'^- tho( y^ - -- - r Lightweight Champion 'Canada vi. of NE^L AtLlSON :� -Of Waterloo,|owa GOOD PRELIMINARIES . PRIC,ES>' ,' , Ringald� ......;......... $2.M Main Floor ..;...... $2.00, 41;M Balcony ..... (2.00, IliBO, Seats Now Sklliilg atvAlexaifdra H ot^l' Cigar ;.Stand,; ,'tethbrjdge I Hotal Offjce and Albarta Buf!f*l.' FOR BBIN6 LATE, *  w BUT WHEN WE GOT ROUND �   TO THE WEST SIDE THE DARN CLOCK '   � 'SAID EIGHT O'CLOCK AND WE WENT BACK > AND LOOKED AGAIN    AT THE SOUTH SIBE    AND IT WAS EXACTLY I ... TEN MINUTES BEHIND THE WEST SIDE AND WE THOUGHT THAT WAS FUNNY � * � AND THEN WE REMEMBERED ABOUT THE GUY WHO ' "LIES BY THE CLOCK"  * * AND DECIDED THAT HE  �  HADN'T ANYTHING ON  * '� OUR P. O. CLOCK FOR IT LIES AT ITSELF. POOR CLOCK. . - THAT MORNING - . WE WENT TO WORK BY THE SOUTH CLOCK BECAUSE IT WASN'T TRTINO ANY DAYLIGHT SAVING . WE THANK YOU. 13- YOU CAN GET Any Newspaper or fazine . At ANY Time AT The Alexandra News Stand Alexandra Hotel BERT MOORE PRO^.,P. J. 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