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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Hfe^k:.!.,,.:. -.........', . ... trgi�.::r J. ^-------------- I^BINGING UP FATHER ' ?> WINDOV, ftLACkr-1 C^^oi^ad. In the seventh, the Canadian champ did all the mlUing with the exception of a short spasm when Allison rushed him round tho ring. In this round Tait landed his only effectlTA' blows' sending counters to the hody and head. There was nothing much In the last three rounds though Tait- kept; poUng his left into Allison's face and ear with monotonons regularity and AIllson> kept working for an openlnji fo? a right swing that would get home. Xelther boy tired during the battle, and at ,the final gong It looked oa it they could have gone ten rounds more. The lowan was clearly pusiled by Tail's lone reaoh..The Canadian champ also'had it over Allison in height" and weight. NO weight was made, and Tait weighed ab'oul 139 against Alii-on-B 136. Two good preliminaries were fought, the second bringing out Young Anderson of North Lethbridge, whose ehiftl aess pleased the crowd. This was, the .wlndMip battle of the winter season," aad there is likely to be nothing doing In ring circles hero nntll May 2�tta, with the^ exception ol the proposed hoxlng camlral for the benefit of the jftinds of the local Veterans', branch. s Win Allan Cup By Beating Win nipeg Team 6 to 4 on the . . . K'Round Lethbridge flattc fans witnessed their first no-deolsion bout at tho Majestic last night when Clonle Tail, lightweight champion of Canada, and Neal Allison, lightweight champion o( Iowa, battled .ten rounds. It wari announced before the boya went into action that Jud Foley, the rtforee. would not give , a decision, but that it would he left to the newspapers.. The Herald's deal-Mion Is aa altoTe, and we hellevs it meets w^thgeneral approval, thought tbere waa not.aolIauch,ditferenc^be ' Vtwd^ the' boyi that a draw,-would t have been out or> ^^lace. Had the lowan BOt mlased': to, many, ot. bU vicious awiiigti'yelfarfy ebuted for tbt �spresB pvrpdae tut pntUng the Canadian champ .to-'the Iiay nothlnc �la� ^' bnt � drawconld have been given. ^ Bit' Allison was .bavlnf trouble �lt-Uac by that loac^ left fA lUt'a, and klaswlngs were going' wild. * ^ * : Nfeithcr toy showed Vory mvch in the : IntlgbtinK. All the miUins that waa fi.r done waa at adlataace before' they ckwed.'VThe fans bad expected to see ' rcpmething claisy/ln;the passages at ^ dose qnartera but boHi were incliaed ,: toihold on,.Talt belna the worst of fender of the lot Referee FOley had Msi own time bi^klac the 'pair, being ' . forced to'use.hlfi b^iada'and step be-^ tween ibem. ~' ' Tbe best round: otabe-^wbole bout waa the second when Allison forced ' the-pace. In'the first. .,aB even round; he jVas"Reeling .the ,,cham9loli'!aat and dodging' Tail's long 'left* -BUI:' in." the second no got busy, and new the mid-,dle;of theround, be bounced a left "SHOiUVGREYIS Vulcan, and Champion Ready For League-What About Barons and Lethbridge . Toronto, Mar. 14.-In one of the -most sensational, flhishes ever wlt^, >ne�sed in Toronto; Kitchener, the', O.H.A.^champions, suecessfullx de-. fended the Allan Cup, emblematic of the world'a amateur hockey championship here tonight, when they defeated the Ypres team of Winnipeg, champioits of� western > Canada by 4 to 1.". > . The westerners entered the fray with h.ene-goal lead earned in'the .' first game on'Tuesday but'were ' beaten on the "round bjr, %ix to four. / k Kitchener Enthusiastic 'Kitcl^aner, Ont.; Mar. .15'. -^>rhere w^as tho .wildisat Ictnd of enthusiasm in this city last night whan tharesuU.of the tiuai Allan Cup game ^Yas received here. The victory of-. Kitchener was greeted with chcera in the Uieatres and along the atreets. A civic reception will be given the players by. the city; council on their return to Kitchener and next Monday evening they will be-the guests of a banquet to he tendered'by the Kitchener MaouCacturera association. METBMAT' THETT ^ * * *   � *^ TOM SHARKEY LOSES.  IN MATRIMONIAL BOUT. * Los Angeles, Marcti 15.-^Tom ^ Sharkey was boUnted out in the 4> matrimonial; arena yesterday > when Mrs.. Florence Camllle > Sharkey, suing for dlvprco on  the grounds of cruelty, testl*- ? fled hefoje Superior Judge ? Woods that the* dne-tlnie world's champion/heavyweight boxer  had given her: several good > pummelingsirj their Los An-> geles home before Sharkey sold ouUits liquor* business several ; months ago and left for New ,.vblamed the ex-puillist's alleg- , ' I ed scrappy ten^n^ies to.occa-^.: Ihe Southern Alberta championship is at .a very oritical stale.. If, Raymond loses tonight they artf out of it., and Slirtiiiig .and i^i^eth-brldge'^wiU. play off: Stirling.' jiiayed Lathbrldge two games - -wbich; were figraed upon as :,�triotly: -exhibition yritb no bearing ,on.,the ch(|mpiai|8b'tp BO that Let,hbrldge swlll have another brack at the Junction'town, - It Ray-inopd wins lontglit and Lethbridge' loses to Stirling iu .Hheir final gan^e every^ teani Is tied., but it ;^^ethbridge defean -Stirling - the southern honors WtU go to Lethbridge. It will 1 b^ hard for a neutral crowd (0 pipkV favorites* tonight. ^ � ^.V".;,^t.,�:V: HEAVIESIAIITO BALL TAX MEANS Lethbridge and Raymohd baa-katbalj taairis haVe entered ^the aeml-profOHleiial claMl If 'you don't believe It aak the Calgary . \w|seaerae. They KNOW. (titpatch by a Calgary/apert . wrltar to the Edmonton Journal contalna this gem. ' "The local bey^ are net anxieua ^te prasa the chargea of prefeaalen^ allam against the member^ of the Eskimo quintette and as leng.aa the northerners succeed in draw-lnff-.thair amateur-carda from the Albar|a. Amateur;.Athietic Union l everything will be B%r*l*a- ^he idea In |irlnglng .the Lethbridge aituatlon to light was for the purpose of protecting any ethar'clubs competing, with th; Edmonton baaketballers Mntllaueh time aa it .waa found that the northernefa tre In |eo'd ttanding'with tl\a Ama-''' teur ;Un(op. f This rumpuasreferred to,' occurred . during � Christmas week when an All-Star team from' lEdmontpn want en, a. barnstorming trip'through -the southern half of" Alberta. They .man-~ : aged to cop off all of their games -' on the Journey, but in playing at Lethbridge and Raymond the Ed-montonians overstepped the chalk line and loat their humble amateur shroud. The Lethbrldge>and y Raymond ttama have entered the , saml-prefetalonall:class, by cont-peting for puraaa on several oc-caaions." j Lethbridge and Raymond basketball teama never competed for > purses at any time any place, andAv ac' .baskotballara .they .aMy as'^ atrlctly Simen.pura aa thcimoat Simon-pure Calgary amateur aver dreamed of. A couple of the boya of. the local team offended to the , extant of competing at -Fernie, Labor Day sports last year,, and the prliea were paid in money. ' The boys would have been just aa . well satisfied if they had received-artlclea of clothing or some of the uaual aubatltutea purcfiassd/ with money-and in these daya clothw. and club bags do cost real money. And for that ^Ime, Calgary haa branded the basketballera. from ^ Hofl Town'south :to the line and. , basketballera . from Hog Town north to the Arctic Circle as pro-. fessienals. - -'j Call off the dogs Calgary, and be ^ a real sport for once. Canadian Army Headquarters, Mar. 14.-Outside of airplane activity there is little to report.from the advanced areas. Our .heavies, light, ten-pounders, trench mortata and machine guni have been active in a harrassin^ fire against enemy position^ as well as engaging particular targets. , Our pat-j rois have been oiit, but there has been only one recent encounter with the enemy; In this the en6m'y was easily pvefconie! In iinother instance, It Is reported,: a hostile party was aeen by our patrols but the Huns preferred to run than tight. .Our snipers.have been, having an adlive time, not oi|iy getting numerous Oernlatrs, but also ekploding fifteen stick bombs-on the enemy'is trenches, crashing the parapet apd doing other damage. ' Searching among tho debris of Loos, which had formerly been his home, a French villager found thirty thousand francs. Another villager found 21,000 franca. The men were assisted in their digging operations by four Canadian lloldiers. At l^asl another three quarters of a million francs is said to be buried in the neighborhood which the French civilians evacuated in August, 1914, six hours before the arrival of the Oermans, expeetlnfTfa reiiiri in about a fortnight. 'Now they art coming back after three and a hall yeai's to find the whole area in {iilns, but with their, hoard^ still untouohed. With the advent. �t fine weathei bBsoball material are appearlnr by magic all over th� Canadian front Cries of "Over the pan" and "attaboy" are heaVd once again in tho' ST. KILDA NEWS (From Our own Cort'esDondeat) St. Kllda, Mitrch 14.-r-The gram! dance given in faVor of the Red Crosi Society in the Qrain School house on March 8lh proved k success in everj way. The music-was .furnished by Hammer and-'Kello of Sweet Orass, Mont., and certainly was the,best thai could be had. Tbere was a sum ol 134.00 taken in on dance .tickets besides what came Iii .through' the re Light jinow storihs are still vts-illng this "district with some warm weather and the farmers arc getting tlielr seed grain ready for seeding. A. McLaohInn bas retHrt)|ed|^).q his farm from Lethbridge, Aita:;; itrfiere ho has been visiting relatives ddritag the winter. ; ' .j : , J. McTBgga:rt made^a business trip to Coutts, Altar, one'day!last week. A. A. Murphy and family wore visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs R, Roacoe over Sunday:- �'� " E TAKE 3.STIIAIGHT By SO pins, diatributfedovbr three'; games, .Murray and Frey lost three m a royi^^ to Wallis and Mercer in the doubles series^ last tnight. Frey cap-tured'both hdnors. having a06 on the total tor the only man over the !>0O mark, and 194 in his laet tor single game. Tho scores; Murray.. .. ..1.10 172 111-41,3 Froy ,,.. .. 171 141 194-' 50G W�lii8 , Mercer 301 180 163 172 141^ 313 .171 162, .305- 919 144- 49C 169- 494 3-13 333 313- 988 Alberta Biifftit and Grill 411 Fifth St. S., V , Opposite ORPHEUM THEATRE StiU at the OiA Stand EVERYTHING PRISH AND CLEAN-STRICTLY WHIT.C HELP GEO. ADOISONl- PROP. Phone 1187 ... 1'! iliou Motor Paripi%t,iniiiil v.os tKat h^ and Miko Collins,'managie^ ^ of F>;od Fuitfli)., h�d. beeii- unaWa . jto agfee uponftnanolal t^rffili ^^9'; -i a' proposed bout �July 4. 7.'? '?,WillBr(1 ;�^Hy crowds, unless aomli'^otharlj' tax-qol-loctlpn; system is adbnflWf^'RhWMO, |!?3,�00-'ditooB, Sflm^m^tr^M^ "Wlllard/yiU'flght.aomolsody on  �pjs^alea; Olevoland, nlokelB, .14,000 -pi 000 dlrae^,,-6,000 nJiaj.T'Bt,' LoulB, � nlck6l � * � HOCKEY AS SHE 18 � PLAYED AT THE COAST. �> i ,���*���,�, * ���> . ;r "3. The eighth overtime battle, one boiir, two minutes and fi(iy;ei|bt'sec^tatbViNt�!i' r^ioh the ice for r,eaaonR'> lt"(>W'>'.|l�| --ien he iisW:t!iai;#�r� ?'�-"i^'�^ BASKETBALi: GAMES TONIGHT ' TWO GAMES Rayiiipnd vs. $tiri[ing Raymond vs. Taber IN THE LETHBRIDGE i"Y" GYMNASIUM OWJNG-TOV THE EXPENSE OF - BRINGING .\POUR OUTSIDE �� TEAMS INTO IPLAY, JHE PRICE, OF AO'fUISSION VyiLL BE , ' ' . RAISEO>o' Me. '' Admissioii'.............. 1----1.........50c Dance Immediateily After S. 0. L HaU '"''Just �rt