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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTHBRroGE DAtLTT HERXlD SATURDAY. MARCH 16, I6I8 "BRINGING UP FATHEr By G. McManus BASEBALL BOXING RACING SPORT HOCKEY GOLF BOWLING Willard and Fulton Matched Heavies Will Meet July 4th ' Kansas City, Mr., Mar. 18.-Jm� Willard, h�avy�v�ight ehamplo'n, and ^red Pulton, of Roeh�tt�r, Minn., will matt In the ring July 4, Colonel J. C. Miller, of Oklahoma, promoter, announced tonight Col Miller said (hat Fulton had been guaranteed 920,000 and that thera would be a side bet of $6,000. STIRLING BASKEIERS DATES SET FOR BY A CLOSE MARGIN Raymond and Stirling euppliad the multitude of spectators with plenty ot thrills In their final .game at the "Y" last night and Stirling -wron out by the close score of 29-25. It was nip and tuck all the way, with Stirling getting a good lead early In the game, which Raymond could not .overcome, although they tied the scpre 24-24, with only 3 minutes to go. The gallery was packed with a very mixed crowd, Raymond and Stirling each bringing up close on to '75 supporters each. The Lethbrldge crowd was mostly neutral, but at times the yelling was deafening; The first half started out with a rash, Raymond ringing up a couple of baskets, but Stirling came back and tied the score 8-8. Stirling then got away good again, "Tiny" Micholson and Spackman both negotiating a couple ot baskets, and when half time was announced, the score stood 19-11. The 'second- half was much, closer and faster with the-advantage a little In Raymond's favor. For a time the outcome was very dnbious. Raymond ' was shooting . Micholson and Ostlund play-' ed airtight ball. For Raymond "BIdtly" MeMniin, NaldEir and Fisher mpdeiKtme nice shots; but were not shooting up to form, missing several open chances. "Turk" Buhler played a tight guard game on Spackman and Skoufipn battled royally with Micholaon. Tlie line-up was: Stirling Raymend Spackman Meldrum Brandley Fisher Micholson Nfclder Ostlund .  . JSkbasoh Mlbholsoh Buhler Referee "Chick" Edwards; umpire, / li. Dunsworth. Taber and Raymond The first game between Taber and Raymond luniors furnished as many thrills and as much^exoi'temerit as the big game. It was certainly close. Taber took the lead most of the way, but thei Raymondttes made a thrilling fln- .MOhtreal,'March 15.-President Cal-der ot the N.H.L. announced today that the dates tor the Stanley Cup games in Toronto between Toronto, winners I ot the National L