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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBmriGE 6AitY MEBALD ' BRINGING UP FATHEr TUESDAY, ,Mi\HCH lU, 19i8 " i,.....I "�iii III irr^iiifi jiviirii iimi 1 ' �I � L I l&y G. Mcj^^^^ 1, THERE CiO.Wt^^JONEe, ANO M�^/.�)M>Trt  HE THINKS SHE lt> /VNiANCEL: r--' - _J h�R NOW TMAt TMeS* Ai^e '-J,-- JOVr CRAXy AOOOT ' AN' HE WA�i * I., ,4 r . / Yoiing Al Ross for the Army Gets Into Khaki on April 5th i Al. R�M, victor of many puflUlt-tic urgumeirt* In the ring in Ltth-bridge the.past.C9uple .of.years, yrill *tep into khaki at Sarcee camp on April Sth, according to the ruling of Mr. JHetlee .Simmpna of the appeal court on M.8.A: matters. Rosi^haa been expecting hi* orders' and he received them yes-'terday. The Lethbridge boxer will go With the best wiahes of hundreds of Southern Alberta ring fans. He is one of the-gamest fellows who ever stepped into a, local' rinii, and if. ho 'co'mesfthrough the, war safe and stSund, which we hope he will, he ..will tiijd a great welcome awaiting'hiin on his return, especially if he continues his boxing activities. Ross should prove ai great Impetus to the boxing game. in the Canadian army.- Without a'doubt he is the leading middleweight in Canada, and wben he gets overseas in the English train-ingcamps he will have plenty of opportunity for keeping his boxing science up to date. The . best wishes of, the fans are with him..... Buebali ClulwTliat Captured Peiinan^ 'Displayed All- fhe proficiency'nocesaar^ in many 'departments of' baseball.^ in order to "win pennants is lllustratea by com-. parlaong-of tlie racprd* of . 16, ^olubs, � MOb r flae winder'InSUb re'Spectlvo . Ibacue last season/ Wltb an : occA-alanal exception It :WlU be found tbat tlie^team whlcli'i finished first in the league race held a high position In alljthree of these departments of the play, but a number of the ; clubs showed the way In two. ^ : .f. Giants Are Example. Among the more Important leagues the New York Giants, winners of the" National league pennant, Wei's first in team .fielding and base .stealing, but finished second'In batting. The Chicago White Sot,-American league leaders and world champions, were first in stolen baao3,bdt second in team bat-Ung:#ndifjplding. , Toronto, Interoa-tional league: championaV headed ihe liat\iB tatting and fleldini,'but feir to second place' In base stealing.' In the American .4*8ociation the Indianapolis clQb ..was first In fielding, but seventh In battlng'and fifth in stolen bases.  Grand Average .633.  L The.....grand, average' ot- the^ IG. pennant winning Clubs Is .633. Thirteen qlubs show an average of .263 In batting and 11 have a mark of .960 In fielding. The average number ot ftolen bajes by 12 of the 16, pennant orubs isllip 1-8 for tUe:b,ea8on. > The sale- and  use of canned vege-taljlesvi^lll be banned again this oea-sonaq .that: the product iWlIl be available >for use overseas. This Is, the announcement of Mr. Fred Afira-bam,s:^ChaIrniah'6t the' Vaoitfat ^Lot and'Home Oarden Section of the Food;ControlVBoard, who la,now In Toronto. ' ' : ' BARONS MILLIONAIRES SEND IN CHALLENGE The Barons five-mah team is not satisfied with the verdict ot the last match, which Loth-bridge won by 43 pins on the total. They sentln a challenge this morning for another match. They-want Lethbridge there on Thursday night, of this> week, and will pay the retUm match here on Saturday night of this week. All bowlers interested will please be at theyDomlnion alleys this evening to make all arrangements., , � SUFFERillES Jennings and WilUamg Lose to Evans and Smith Bui Win  Over Wallis andf Mercer j Atlantic City, N.J., Mar. 19.-George Bothner, ot New Yprk, champion lightweight wrestler otfttie world, broke his left leg here last night in a bout with Frttnk. Rice of BoRton; In gripping .Rice by a flying boay scissors bis toe caught beneath Rl&e's' body and hla leg snapped at the ankH. Pijiky Gardner of Schenectady, N.Y., i in a second bout was probably fatally injured'When Mfke Yokel of Salt Lake City, threw him over, the ropes. Gard ner landed on his head and suffered a concussion of the brain. Yokel, ^yho Is the mlddleweisht^hamplon, and George Fisher of N&w York, the referee, were taken Into Custody by ^ho police to await the result of Gardner's injury. � aif . -1; - MOR AN -BOOSTS -FRCO FU LTON. Let put by Yankees, Wild Bill is Now Scout andTrainer , ;-Fc!r'Tigers_ ,/ New York.-Frank Navln, the quiet, soft-spoken boss qf the Detroit Tigers, is the best friend Dill Donovan has lu baseball. When Bill had outlived his usetul- Macitidd, Mk'r.^'lS.-^Lteut. W. .1. Adams, who'i^nltsted with the 191et, has returned iTome. He went overseas in 1915, and after'Spending ft month In Kngtand was trahsfefred- to the 25th battalion, arid' weiii; Uirough several of the bAtttes during .'the time' in France, .at the Somtiie,* where, h�t was gassed, -After depending some tliiief'In a base, hospital*- ho was romoyiil: to England, where he spent some mohtUa nesB as a pitcher for the. Tigers he in hospital,'a'nd than given light duty. Two very close'games were-played in the doubles league last night. Smith and Evans winning two out of three ot their series With Williams and Jennings by 10 pins, and the latter duo turning round and winning two out.of threp from Mercei' and WalUs by the still narrower margin of eight ,pins. They won the first and third in this set. ' .V Bvand 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 great scrap for' the premier honors. Last nlght'a scores Pittsburger Says Plasterer Can Whip Jsss Willard. ' l-Smlth Evans .. Williams Jennings . Jennings Williams Jlercer .. WalUs .. 154 207 112 187 361 ,299 163 167 167 330 lg6 157 343 169 167 336 165 332 168 137 305 175 161 336 . 1^9-..43.-) 182-576 351-1011 169- 499 ,17Q- 502 1330-1001 167- 521 164- 45S 331- 979 141- 485 158- 4 sr. 295-^ 971 A Shipment of Patches for the Marvel Junior : Vulcanizer : Following are the teams wlitch still have to pla/each other'In the lwi�-man league. Any.team can make arrangements with eaoh'�iher to play on a certain night, so as to finish up the scljedule: � ,; ^ irwin-De Manbey-Meroer-Wallis, Sho- ver-Willotts, Needs-Freealone. Williams-Jennings-Llscombe-Mlllfir �, Dlokson-Bnnton. Nceds-Freestone-^JIercer-Wallis, Dick- 80n-�enton, Irwin-De Wanbey, Grren-CIark-Shover-WllJ^tts; Smith-Evans, LlBcorobo-MIUar, Dickson-Benton, Alrd-Raymond, M\yray-Frey, Uebersetalg-Sloan, Murray-Frey-.LlBCombe-MllUir, Di9k-Bon-Benton,.Qreen-CIark.' vi � i.ii'-'.^.., .Uobersetzifl-Sloan - 8hover'\Vtllett9, Sralth-Evans, LLscombe-MllIar, Altjl-Raymond, Green-Clarki, , , ; r�oreer-Wallis-Shover-Winetjts, Alrd-Raymond, Ir^ln-Do .Manbejfi NeedS' Freestone. ;",-',-'',v^' .' &hovor-Wllletts-^Moitcer-\VallU, Alrd-. Raymond, IrwIh-De^Mahbey, 0^'een-Olcrk,''Uobe^set^lg-^loan^ ' - ' : Liscombe-Millarw.pjcksott'Benton, WU-llams-Jennlrigs; Qreen-(ilark,;Mnrr�y-Frey, Uebersotslg-Sloan, � ' Oick8bn-Benton-r-LUcomb'e'M|llar,'>^ii-rllams-Jennlngs. . J be la the ' equal of Jack Johnson. .1 was In good ^ shape, and have no excuse to offer.; I .was beaten by a. battdr ,man. I sup: pose I am growing a little'old. I felt my age a little last nigjitwhen I tried .'to set a hot pace, and waB;meV witK an equally hot pace, but I.aball not retire.: I have my. health, ;and tl\e boys at camp will 8tanjli.b'y me,' I am^ going back to Wadaworth and give th� fellows the beat that's In me. ; ' . "I'hope Willard wlll^ five Fred a chance. If he does there will-be new champion;" ; - ' Fulton declared his shewing against Moran proved that he Ium stamina and l8 not afflicted With a .fyellow, streak." ,i "Havliig reafd a good deal M late to the Cffect-that 1 was possessedi.ot^^a yellowi streak, I went Into the ring with that thought ringing.' In'my -oar�:v , Jr:>';^' >\. ; "Well, 1 showed them the stuff:I was !made of. I stood up and'pxpoaed my Jaw and let Moran hit me; 26 times, I i counted the blows. Two or throe" Of thorn shook mo a ltttlejblt,'but V was no more scared than if I were silting in a barber chair reading, a'sportiag page, 1 took a big chance li� letting.a husky fellow pound on me at will for a^minute, but it was wor^h Jt. >! just had to show them, ancH 4ld', . " , ''M6ran Is a grand fighter,) and he Avas brave to the last mlmite.",. GIBBONS' METHODS POPULAR. Makes Big Hit With ^Soldiirs. Camp Dooge,' y >*' t wm^^^^^l^^ Parlprs Limited UeTHBRIDOC, ALTA, �.'M.I-; Irwln-De Manbey ,v ,, �Williams-Jennings ., Ateroer-WnlllB ., .. NoedB-Freestonc ,,',. Uebersetalg.aioan......., Shover.Willetl,fl . .}ub^-MUlBr la- 9, , Mike Gibbons, the St^vftPawl Ph'�\ns. torn, Is making audi a ^Jg%H?.88 box-Ing instructor at Carap'fipodge,' W*b ; Molne8,';low8, tlial olli^Vftrmyt oan-' tonraenta are anxious ta'try, out t^e Olbbons mothpUs. 'A few niglits ago clIbbonr^MWk i team of boxers to Camp^OnsHt; iHqpk-foird., ^1)1., whoro enlisted mw. ;be0n-looklHK after the .boyiftg ;Jn-, StructlonB, iintl the Camp' Do4gft bpys cleaned up in groat style. Vttntf fff� \hroe out ot .six bonis, gofci'dr^wiOT' -two, and lost only one decision;'''''.!..^*; ;vThe boxers from Oa'IDpif^i:poog' showed thumsolvos to be adepts > at. Mlke'b shifty style ot fighting.,' ai autclftssert tlieir Oi">polleQf�'^by w|; ipargin. >;', '''' ' � v- , OhagrlneU over the shiiwlng/.^mM* by their men, the Camp.OTftiii.'8t>0rt�' jfien dooldod to try tor n'.moresCW*W*''' boxing instructor. T^pfclmre';!^^' Paokoy McFarland, and li (fe^tcAn.faQli get hlra thoy may offetnt*f'*'^" � �-,�:,�   #  � X.  ,?�> \ Toronto, March lO.-rReferee Lou Marsh''has been detlntleiy 'Selected to .act with .C. -Irvine of Vancouver In hjindUbK 'be V Stanley Cup gamefr The vis-Itors .fare expepte'dbere today-Manager Chnril�. )Ouerrie.' of ' the Torontos expbota- to bo.:,�l-Ipwed' to iPlay Qrawtord, 'a^d Adams, The T^orontoB are two [to one favQrUes if^r the first; gftnte which wlU .be, plftyodun* He asked tu^he returned td'ac^ve duty, but the board passed him as unfit for active service. H^.arrived this morning, and while looking fit, is not able for work. Ue is itttered a position at the bead office, Calgal^y, which he may accept.later on; he has gone to his ranch, south of.Miacleod for. a feW weeks. Hfs many friends arclpleased to sea hlih'hom^. , A btrtliday p^rty.glyen by, the ladles of the MetriQdist'6h'urch, also celebrating St. Patrick's day. In the parsonage Monday everiirig,'was the bos^ of tnlj kind held yet. The program was typical of the day, and the Wearing of the green, the musical program was EQUALS WORLD'S R^OR O. New York, March 18.-^ole Ray, of the Illinois A March flgir-T^o result? of Saturday's .football games are -ns fol- ''^>'' x, :,^->':.,,/ , , '.Uotii;o.t Combination.  , Bretitford'0, Crjstar 2. ' Chelsea'4,VAi;senal 2', Clapton'0;Q.HP 0, gheffIpld Wednesday .5.'\ - ^.....� ... ^. � '';vLBnciishirs.'..:S"ection..^ Blackburn l,,Bui:ijsley 5, , Blackpool li-Manchester City 0. ..; Bolton 2, Bverti?n'3. ' ' ;'-'LlverpooMv,Buryil; ', i^.f-^.-ij, :Maneliei�t^r Vulted.Si 8tockpprt/0,,,*; ' Pre^t(�ni3r�0CbaaJ^ 4. i � .8o>Uhport,:l,;;Oldhftm-:0. - \ >^.:>aM �'Stoke'S/iBurnWy'O.; � indeed Irish, abd all the others 'were not all Scotcli; / The house was crowded, so that made the tlpanclal part a, success In a way that satisfied the' Ladles' Aid. Two sales �f farm land were con** pleted today at good prices.' Stirling' (From Our Owii Correspondent) Stirling, March 18.-Miss O. Bryne. spent the week-end in Raymond, the guest of her mother. , A large number attended the basketball game in Raymondi Monday. Although they witneseed an interesting game most of them were disappointed with the result. Mr. Donald 'llolmaii spent the weekend In Lethbridge. � Th( town girls have started basketball. Much enthusiasm la shown and the players have ambitions for a record a? good as tiie Seniors'. There are rumors of v^eddlng bells In this quiet town. , The friends of Mr. Joe Brandley will bo glad to h'ear tbkt be Is recovering from a- slight attack of the Grippe. , , Miss'M. Snow spent the week-end in Magrath, flic guest of her sister. Miss Aften Snow. Mr.. Eric PetersonTs visiting rela- " lives in Utah. We understand thaf Mr. Peterson will not return alone. Little MIsa Theodora Brandley has returned from Raympnd, where she has been tlie guest of bar sister, Mrs. P. Redd. . A large number of the young pco^. pie attended the basketball game, Raymond.vs. Stirling, in,L,ethbrldgo,,. Friday.night.,', ' ' ' ' '^ Mr. Paul Redd, Raynioud, spent Sat- v urday in town.'' ; Nearly 2,000;G0Q acres ot land have been set aside in the Peace River disi tr)ct for the jioldlers'' lettlement scheme, it is stated at Winnipeg. All suitable farm lands within 15 miles of tbe railway Ideated in the northern, parts of the threq western provinces have been reserved for returned men.. 3\RROW COUJiK CLUETT. rBABODjr A CO.: lit. U*;in�i Albert* taffet . 411 fifth'si $./ ' Opposite ORPHKUMTHKATRi^ StiUiilllt0iilSt�n4 �VERY,T,MINa,> fTRCSH ANO / ;OBtf,.>AOOI10N'- PROP. 9se 1 li'ir^^^aUmc � e TpnsiniQre Made b Canada Tfifei4�t.tRMCK ATTACHMENT for your used car. V Come in and talk it overt \ ' :-'t�V' -IM MOTOR CO. ^^�:H',\ HOME OfVe OHEN/aoipV^ UNION BANK HAWRV HpUMAN. Mgr. 89 ;