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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta f1 *w. SIX "BRINGING UP FATHER" THE LETHBRiDGK OAlLY HERALD TUESDAY, MARCH It), 191* By G. McManus THERE GO �M�^�b JONES AND MR. &M\TH  HE THINKS SHE 1^3 AN ANCELt (- feT^f x----n IT'5 A P'.PE HE NEVER SAW A1NCEL - THE\ ARE TO BE M^\EO - HPS A CLEVER e>o\- HK> CLEVER DA"Y*> ARE. ~i OVER - ,-' HE'S JU^T CRA-Z.Y a�OOOT , HER NOW THAT THEY ARE BASEBALL BOXING RACING V-SPORT HOCKEY GOLF BOWLING Young Al Ross for the Army ,-c- -��-- ' -*- Gets Into Khaki on April 5th BARONS MILLIONAIRES SEND IN CHALLENGE Tli? Barons five-man team Is not satisfied with the verdict of the last match, which Leth-bridge won by 43 pins on the total. Tliey sent in a challenge this morning for another match. They want Lethbridge. there on Thursday night of this week, and will pay the return match here, on Saturday night of this week. All bowlers interested will please be at the/Dominion alleys this evening to make all arrangements. T IS FRIEND Let Out by Yankees, Wild Bill is Now Scout and Trainer For Tigers LIEUT. ADAMS 0 F IS HOME ? : : *: + * o v � ? > LAST NIGHT'S GAMES Jennings and Williams Lose to Evans and Smith But Win Over Wallis and Mercer Al. Rom, victor of many pugilistic arguments in the ring in Leth-bridge the past couple of year*, will step into khaki at. Sarcee camp on April Sth, according to the ruling of Mr. Justice Simmons of the appeal court on M.S.A. matters. Ross1 has been expecting his orders and he received them yesterday. The Lethbridge boxer will go with the best wishes of hundreds of Southern Alberta ring fans. He is one of the gamest fellows who ever stepped into a local ring, and if he comes through the war safe and sound, which we hope he will, he will find a great welcome awaiting him on his return, especially if he continues his boxing activities. Ross should prove a great impetus to the boxing game in the Canadian army. Without a doubt he is the leading middleweight in Canada, and when he gets overseas in the English training camps he will have plenty of opportunity for keeping his boxing science up to date. The best wishes of the fans are with him. F Baseball Clubs That Captured Pennants Displayed Ail-Round Ability The proficiency necessary in many departments of baseball in order lo win pennants is illustrated by comparisons- of the records of 16 .clubs, each a flag winner in its respective league last season. With an occasional exception it will be found that the team which finished first in the league race held a high position in all three of these departments of the play, but a number of the clubs showed the way in two. Giants Are Example. Among the more important leagues the New York Giants, winners of the Two very close games were played in the doubles league last night. Smith and Evans winning two out of three of their series with Williams and Jennings by 10 pins, and the latter duo turning round and winning two out of three from Mercer' and Wallis by the still narrower margin of eight pin3. They won the first and third in this set. 1 (.'vans' was high man in the first game with 576, and had 207 for high game. .Jennings had 502 for the three games. In the second series Jennings was high with 521, with 186 as high single. The big competition is coming on the home stretch, and there is a groat scrap for the premier honors. Last night's scores: Smith .:..... 154 Evans....... 207 361 Williams .. .... 163 Jennings...... 167 330 ..... 186 Williams..... 157 J4K Atlantic City, N.J., Mar. 19.-George Bothner, of New York, champion lightweight wrestler of the world, broke his left leg here last night in a bout with Frank- Rice of Boston. In gripping Rice by a flying body scissors his toe caught beneath Rice's body and his leg snapped at the ankHl. Pinky Gardner of Schenectady, N.Y., in a second bout was probably fatally injured when Mike Yokel of Salt Lake i City, threw him over the ropes. Gardner landed on his head and suffered a concussion of the brain. Yokel, who is the middleweight champion, and George Fisher of New* York, the referee, were taken into custody by the police to await the result of Gardner's injury. MORAN BOOSTS FUEO FULTON. Pittsburger Says Plasterer Can Whip Jess Willard. National league pennant, were first in , team fielding and base stealing, but, Jennings finished second in batting. The Chi- 1 "N-7""*T" cago White Sox, American league leaders and world champions, were first in | Mercer...... 169 stolen bases, bUt second in team bat-1 Wallis....... 167 ting and fielding. Toronto, Interna-1 330 - , tional league champions, headed the I Following are the teams which still list in batting and fielding, but fell to | have to play each other in the tw�>-second place in base stealing. In the j man league. Any team can make ar-American Association the Indianapolis rangements with each other to play on 112 187 299 167 165 332 16S 137 305 175 161 336 169- 435 182- 576 331-1011 169- 499 170- 502 339-1001 167- 521 164- 45S 331- 979 141- 4S5 158- 4S6 93- 971 club was first in fielding, but seventh in batting and fifth in stolen bases. Grand Average .633. The grand average of the lfJ. pennant winning clubs is .633. Thirteen clubs show an average of .263 in bat- a certain night, so as to finish up the schedule: Irwin-De Manbey-Mercer-Wallis, Sho-ver-Willotts, Needs-Freestone. Williams-Jennings - Liscombe-Millar Dickson-Benton. ting and 31 have a mark of .960 in i Needs-Freestone-Mercer-Wallis, Dick-fieldirg. The average number of j son-Henton, Irwin-De Manbey. stolen bases by 12 of the 10 pennant j Green-Clark-Shover-Willetts, Smith- clubs is 19C 1-3 for the season. The sale and use of canned vegetables wlil be banned again this season ao that the product will he available for use overseas. Thi3 Is the announcement of Mr. Fred Abraham, Chairman of the Vacant Lot and Home Garden Section of the Food Control Board, who is now in Toronto. JUST RECEIVED A Shipment of Patches for the Marvel Junior : Vulcanizer : Evr.ns, Liscombe-Millar, Dickson-Denton, Aird-Kaymond, Murray-Frey, L'eberselzig-Sloan. Murray-Frey-Liscombe-Millar, Diek- son-Benton, Green-Clark. Uobersetzig-Sloan - Shover-Willetls, Sr.iith-Evans, Liscombe-Millar, Aird-Raymond, Green-Clark. Mercer-Wallis-Shover-WIlletts, Aird-Jiaymond, Irwin-De Manbey, Needs-Kreestone. I Ghover-Willetts-Mercer-Wallis, Aird-j Raymond, Irwin-De Manbey, Green-j Clerk, 1'eberseUig-Sloan. Liscombe-Millar-Dickson-Benton, Williams-Jennings, Green-Clark, Murray-Frey, Uebersetzig-Sloan. Dickson-Benton-^LiscombeMillar, Williams-Jennings, . Needa-Freoatone, Green-Clark, Murray-Frey. Aird-Raymond-Mercer-Wallis, Shover-Willetts, Green-Clark, Ueberae;zig-Sloan. Smith-Evans-Green-Clark, Ueberset- I zig-Sloan. . . | The standing of foe league to date I i.j as follows: Won Lo3t New Orleans.-"Fred-Fulton is a betcer man than Jess Willard. and I was whipped by one of the best, fighters that ever stepped into the ring." Frank Moran, who took the count from Fulton in the third round, today voiced this praise of the big Minnesota plasterer. , "While I will say that Fulton is better than Willard," Moran continued, "I am not prepared to say.he is the equal of Jack Johnson. I was in good shape, and have no excuse to offer. I was beaten by a better man. t suppose I am growing a little old. I Jelt my age a little last night when I tried to set a hot pace, and was. met wltft an equally hot pace, but I. shall not retire. I h�.ve my health, and the boys at camp will stand by me. I am going back to Wadsworth and give, the fellows the* beat that's in me. "I hope Willard will give Fred a cliauce. Tf he does there will be a new champion." Fulton declared his showing against Moran proved that he has stamina and Is not afflicted with a "yellow streak." . "Having read a good deal 6t late to the effect that I was possessed of a yellow streak, I went into the ring with that thought ringing in my ears. "Well, i showed them the stuff 1 was made of. 1 stood up and exposed my jaw and let Moran hit me 20 times. I counted the blows. Two or three of . them shook me a little bit, but 1 was j no more scared than if I were sitting in a barber chair reading a sporting I page. I took a big chance in letting a husky fellow pound on me at will for a minute, but it was worth It. I just had to show them, and -I did. i "Moran is a grand fighter, and he was brave to the la;it minute." New York.-Frank Navin, the quiet, i soft-spoken boss of the Detroit Tigers, is the best friend Bill Donovan has in baseball. When Bill had outlived his usefulness as a pitcher for the Tigers he began to indulge in dreams of manage-ing a major league club, and he told Navin of his ambitions. Some four years ago the opening for a new manager in American league ranks presented itself when the Yan-. kaes were sold to Ruppert and Huston by Frank Farrell, and it was through Frank Navin that Wild Willyurii landed the managerial job with the Yanks. Navin belierved in Donovan, and still does. He figured Bill had all the qualifications of a successful manager, and during his regime with the Yanks Bill showed his value as a coach, of young players, particularly the pitchers. But Bill was not born under a lucky star so far as baseball goes, tor the jinx that attached itself to the Yanks the first year he took hold of them never let go while he held the reins, and his passing was only a question of time. Smiling Bill took his dismissal from Colonel Ruppert good-naturedly. There" were no sore spots when Donovan and the colonel parted company, and Bill just' smiled his way out of the office, though he had nothing in sight. When Navin heard that Donovan was through ag manager of the Yanks he decided to take care of his erstwhile star, and he has Bill signed up now as coach and scout for the Tigers, a berth that will be his as long as he cares to continue in the game. Donovan, is immensely popular with the fans in Detroit. His rare good nature won him a life-long home with Tiger rooters while he was pitching for the Detroit club,, and they have never forgotten him. Navin says there isn't a smarter coach of young pitchers in the business than Donovan, and at the recent American league meeting in New York the .Tiger boss declared that he was mighty glad to get Wild Bill back. So Donovan'is one prodigal who returned with a royal welcome awaiting him. Macleod, Mar. 18.-Lieut. W. .1. Adams, who enlisted with the 191st, has returned home. He went overseas in 1915, and after spending a month in England was transferred to the 25th battalion, and went through several of the battles during the time in France, at the Somme, where he was gassed. After spending some time in a base hospital he was removed to England, where he spent some months in hospital, and than given light duty. Hs asked to he returned to- active duty, but the board passed him as unfit for active service. He arrived this morning, and while looking fit, is not able for work. He is offered a position at the head office, Calgary, which he may accept later on. He has gone to his ranch south of Macleod for u fetf weeks. Hi's many friends are pleased to see him home. A birthday party given by the ladies of the Methodist church, also celebrating St. Patrick's day, in the parsonage .Monday evening, was the best of tnu kind held yet. The program was typical of the day, and the wearing of the green, the musical program was Indeed Irish, and all the others were not all Scotch. The house was crowded, so that made the financial part a success in a way that satisfied (he Ladles' Aid. Two sales �t farm land were con*, pleted today at good prices: STIRLING BLEACHERS ARE DOOMED. EQUALS WORLD'S RECORD. New York, March 18.-Joie Ray, of the Illinois A.A!, equalled the world's record for the 1,000 yard.', run at the National Indoor A.'A.U. championship here last night. M. A. Devaney of the First Naval Division, Boston, finished second and Edwin Hall of the Great Lakes Naval Training Station, Chicago, third. The time was 2:14. ANNUAL DOG RACE WON BY MARTIN'S TEAM. (From Our Own Correspondent) Stirling, March 18-Miss G. Bryne. spent the week-end In Raymond, the guest of her mother. A large number attended the basketball game in Raymond Monday. Although they witnessed an Interesting game most of them were disappointed with the result. Mr. Donald Ilolman spent the weekend in Lethbridge. Thi town girls have started basketball. Much enthusiasm Is shown and the players have ambitions for a record as good as the Seniors'. There are rumors of wedding bells in this quiet town. Tho friends of Mr. Joe Brandley will be glad to hear that he is recovering from a slight attack of the Grippe. Miss M. Snow speut the week-end in Magrath, the guest ot her sister, .Miss Aften Snow. Mr. Eric Peterson "is visiting relatives in Utah. We understand that" Mr. Peterson will not return alone. Little Miss Theodora Brandley has returned from Raymond, where she has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. P. Redd. A large number of the young people attended the basketball game, Raymond vs. Stirling, in Lethbridge, Friday night. . Mr. Paul Redd, Raymond, spent Saturday in town. Timmons, Ont., March 18.-Seven dog teams started in the annual Porcupine dog marathon here yesterday. The trail was in bad condition and the time of the winning team, 1:31.30 Is considered particularly good. The winning team last year covered the course in 1:18.35. C. Martin's team finished first yesterday and the- four collies which comprised it were in good condition, considering the difficulty with which they had to contend. GIBBONS' METHODS POPULAR. Makes Big Hit With Soldiers Camp Doage. at Bijou Motor Parlors Limited THE HOUSE OF SERVICE FIFTH STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALT A Irwin-Do Manboy........ 15 7 16 10 .Mercer-Wallis .. .. ."..... 12 9 13 11 10 8 Shover-Willetts.......... 9 9 Murray-Frey.......... 11 13 8 10 5 7 Aird-Raymond .. .. .� .. .. % 13 S!\'th-Evans .... ^ � .. 11 16 LU% snibe-Millar .... ^� .. 6 11 Mike Gibbons, the St. Paul Phantom, Ik making such a big hit as boxing instructor at Camp Dodge, Des Moines, Iowa, thai other army cantonments are anxious to try out the Gibbons methods. A few nights ago Gibbons, took a team of boxers to Camp Grant, Hock-' ford., 111., where enlisted men have been looking after the boxing instructions, and the Camp Dodge boys cleaned up in great style. They won Three out of six bouts, got draws In two and lost only one decision. ' The boxfiv from Camp Dodge showed themselves to be adepts at Mike's shifty style of fighting, ami outclassed their opponents by & wide margin. Chagrined t.vcr the showing, made by their men, th.> Camp Grant sportsmen decided to try for a more capable boxing instructor. They are after Packey McFariand, and if they can not get Mm i.hoy may offer the Job to Tommy Gibbons, brother of the famous Mike, and by many, critics believed to be his equal as a boxer and fig))tint man. \ Magnates Plan To Cut Number of 25-Cent Seats. St. Louis.-The Cardinals' park is to lose some of Its bleacher seats.. Their number is to be cut down, but . President Branch Rickey says nothing radical will be done. "We have more than'10 times the � number of 25-cent seats at our park i than in some of the eastern parks." j said Rickey, "and we feel that it is j advisable to decrease the number of cheap seats at Cardinal field. ' "As yet we have not decided on ^iny , definite change. If we make one, you can say that there will remain at the Cardinals' park more 25-cent, rather 30-cent, seats than in any park in tho circuit. Whatever change we make will not cause any great protest from tho fans." From the east come rumors that the bleacher seats are to be decreased wherever the fans will stand for it. This i3 expected to apply principally to New York, Boston, Washington and Brooklyn. It is thought that Philadelphia fans will not have much interest in baseball, anyway, and no changes will be made there. GRE8 BEATS A BLACK Buffalo, N.Y., Mar. 18.-Harry Greb, of Pitt3burg, waiving the color line, obtained the decision in the six-round bout with Willie Larigford of New York here tonight. O  Stanley Cup games. The vis- > �S> itors are expected here today. >  Manager Charlie Querrle of > *t the. Torontos expects to be al- >  lowed to play Crawford and *t  Adams. The Torontos are two >  to one favorites for the first <**<   Old Country Football Scores London, March 18.-The results of Saturday's football games are -as follows: Lotit.01 Combination. Brentford 0. Crystal 2. Chelsea 4, Arsenal 2 Clapton 0, Queen's Ptirk j. Millwall 0, Fulham 2 Totterham 1, Westham 5. Midland Section. Harnoslay 3, Rotherham 0. Birmingham 0, Notts Forest o. Bradford City 1, Bradford 1. iluddersfleld 4, Leeds 2. Hull 4, Lincoln 2. Notts County 5. Leicester 1. Sheffield linlto'd 0, Sheffield Wednesday 5. Lancashire Section. Blackburn 1, Burnsley 5. Blackpool 1, Manchester City 0. Bolton 2, Everton 3. Liverpool 1, Bury 1. Manchester United 2, Stockport 0. Preston 3, Rochdale 4. Southport 1, Oldham 0. Stoke 9, Burnley 0. Nearly 2.000,000 acres ot land have been set aside in the Peace River district for tho soldiers' settlement scheme, it is stated at Winnipeg. All suitable farm lands within 15 miles of the railway located in the northern, parts of the three western provinces have been reserved for returned men. "ARROW fbrmrfit �l COLLAR cluett, peabodv li co., lac. Mo.tr.il Alberto Buffet and Grill 411 Fifth St. 8. 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