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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX TIIK l.F.THrWmdtf DAILY HERALD MARCH 19, 1919 "BRINGING UP FATHER" By (j, McManus The Sport Page Mefs, P. C. Winners, Will Try To Trim Easterners With Seattle, -Mar. IS. The Montreal! Canr.diens, oa route to Seattle (or the] world's championship "quarrel, stopped I oft InA'aacouver last night Eor a warm- up contest tlie Millionaires audj then took the Iwat lot Seattle. Man-] George Kennedy and hts eastern! champions will arrive here this alter a rest, go to the Arena1 for a abort skating session on the lo- cal ice. the mea ,are pre- pariag for the open.ne etruggle ol tie fcig series Wednesday night 'this inormn? Manager MnVdnon Uooted his thampioas ,_out on the tee inSi them through thfcir last hard, vses-s ion Before the start aUle tested W's defense witli Can- adien plays and planned ol attack "rith -nrhlch the .MeIs hop-2 to humble the Flying Frenchmen and brinff to Seattle. The boys irorked hard and -.vith the exception ot McDonald and VTiison, who are still troubled with sligat sprains, pleased Me Moon -with their vorfc. The Mets' will eaflcator to Deat the Slon'lrea- team just as they whipped them last speed. After aTrful first game the Seattle play- ers recovered znd played a style of hockey v.-hjch the .visitors could not solve. BE TALKED AI BIG Plans'to Organize For Season to Get All Players Into Leagues il 'CHICAGO, Mar. nnder -which the minor leagues vlll operate Indopfndently of the major leagues 'Mil be perlecled at a meeting of committee representing tbe Natlona Association of Minor Leagues here March 29. The minor til a a to form irhbin their cnrn organ liatii-n to seLtle all disputes Krltil tbe major leagues. On Thursday night trie Her- ald office there will be a meeting 'of to can side- plans for- These will in- clude tSe organization of the aen- io'rt. Intermediates and juniors Into auch leagues as there may be material, available for, and ir.g en the arrangements which ahoutd be made with the U A. A. A. for the UM of for the There ia a big job ahead of the bateball beys, serv torrn are expected to jun- lors.anjd under-their Wing and the" e "f art especially asked -to attend the meeting ars.C, Scott, T. C. E. Brantfow, F. Kenny, Jim Davidaon, Dr. monds, ten Green, Norman Mun- roe, head of the G. W. V. A. baseball, and others who may interested; Southerners Lead Nearly All the Way Through the Game The game between CariUton and LethbridgQ last night came out a win tor the borne team with a score of 351 to 29. The first half Cardaton was] ahead vrith a score ot i-l 10. This half j was slow, neither playing good ball. S. Gaboon and Ling cacti. scor-1 eJi two field baskets ami E. Carlson sis Jouls. Young and Hid path did thoj scoring for t-etbbridge in this half. The second half of the game was slow the Oral half hut during tbe last five minutes things got pretty hot. Cards- his Tlie anyway, (he ant another workout ntxt year. It was so easy for ihe Irish that decided to call all bets off. thinking the Scotch must have been in a trance. Personal mention, we nmu not over- look the fact that tlie Irish chief put hii man away in the fourth round and merely used him as a punching bag for the rest of the route. The score was 20 to S, which goes to well, you know what we satJ in the first place. YE! BEFORE PEACE CONFERENCE 1 ton s ahaatl and the "Y" boys made i an extra dash and when the whistle biSK the score was .23 to The two teaniEV'tuen had Io play another five minutes and in this five minutes did some good work. E. Carlson ot Cardston couldn't miss the foul .baskets, making; 13 fouls. George. Youag, Lost and Kidpatb all shared i equal honors in the last half, each making some very pretty shots. S. Snow, only, let hia roan have three field baskets during the game. P. Big Wyoming Farmer Willing To On Any Heavy- jLyman and Woolfe gave the "V" boys lots ol work and made them work for j all they got. The line up follows Cardston. Lethbri'dge. Centre TORONTO, Mar. The Ontario Jockey Club baa recelTcu 30 enfrlea for tbe King's Plate. Tnere are 61 eatrjea for the Stanley Produce Stakes, 37 (or the Breeders' Stake and 21 for the Maple The King's Plate thSa season will have added, the Stanley the Breeders J2.0QO. and the Maple a aitnilar amount. The Ontario Jockey club is offering generous fin- ancial Inducements to Canadian o ers and breeders and plans to conduct its iprinj meeting on a basis, in sfplte ot tbe 'fact that no official ac- tion beta taken hy the federal lift suspension on racing In Canada by the or- def-In-council, which provided tbat there ehoald oo -belting tor the dur- atlon of the wir and i after. montha there- BRO55EAU DUG IN MONTHBAL, lAfar. Showing a Urfng form meraal over his previ- ous bouts, Gene Brosseau, earned the decision orer Kid Alberta, Now )aU night, outpointing him in the maJorttV'of ronnda. In marked coalrasl to nti Jtght with FranS Jxiug- hrey two weeks ego, Brosseau never let up in bis aggressive tactics night- last OOLf ON HOTEL ROOFS Coif- on the roof of hotels Is a C'al Ifornia this winter, especially at Pasadena, j forded there 1 .Vine Bhort holes are af- liking in stretches on S. Gaboon (6) Forwards E. Carlson (17) E, Ling G. Ridpath (11) SPOKANE, March heavy- weight wrestlers, watching not the break into but looking for, the iron men that can be enhanced over the coun- ter for sinkers call around Taylor is in Spokane. Freeh from the wilds of. Canada. Taylor, looking as If he had put in the winter eating 'titn blood raw, heard that San- tell was hereabouts, so lie increased Uncle Sam's war chest by paying rail- road (are with the hope'that he would be 'rewarded by getting a, match with up (o the present for any real disciw- sioa of the terms ot the covenant, as the debate when Mr. present- ed the report of the committee was of a formal character'and was restricted to those wiio had been members of ihat Kir Hobcri MILKKIVEK tbe committee. It is understood PARIS, Mar. from Leon numerous commit- tees- ot the peace conference have been actively pressing on with their work In relation to the hfghlj- Import- ant questions with which they are dealing. It had decided that each committee should report not lat- er than -March 8, but very few found themselves able to comply with this. The work yet to be accomplished is formidable both in extent and in char- acter. The situation may be summar- ized as follows: Naval and military terms. These have been practically settled and they will be ready for presentation to the Germans in the immediate future. 2: Territorial Questions. These are very complex; and difficult. AVilh re- spect to the German colonies, It is an- ticipated that there will not be any serious difference oE opinion. It has been determine! that they sball not be given back to Germany, and the chief question Is the seleciion of the mandatory in each instance, and the _. .t uilutUua OE U.. uf huUs mandate On the other hand, the de- Bul Sala on lineation of boundaries between thpi April ith lo lOlh, makes a visll W (From Our Own Corresnondsnt) .MILK mVEll, March ulic ladles aid niel iuiuet on Wednesday ol lad Mrs. Hunk and Mrs. S. 1. Hjrrll Iiave returned Jrom their Irlp to Cal gary. Daley Himmell his returned from Calgary, where sho a dele- sate for girl's flrst aid class oi Milk Itlver. The LalU'3' Institute meeu wilt Mrs..A. R. Shea oo Wednesday after- noon. A large attendance Is looked tor. O. A. Hunt was business visitor io Lctlibridge o! last week, Mlesdlng thntl will arrange to take a modest fellow, Taylor does not articles having a recognized value in} care of dipping and feeding for the the markets of the world. Obviously sellers and purchasers on a reasonable Germany's natural resources will be claim a championship. LEONARD HAS RITCHIE ALIBI Billy Gibson, manager of Benny diminished and it Is for the future to determine whether the efficiency ot oimd, writes a letter from las hor -lator ictn permanently at- geles, In which he offers to match by the eiperiences ot the past Johnson, Washington; Bahe Ruth, Leonard against Itilchle for the Boston; Tilly Walker, Athletics; Dave U tight championship provided Ritchie] to the amount and order of pay- l tie American leaguers in me non- or lists are: Ty Cobb, Detroit; Waller An Shcan, Boston; George Slsler, St. I will make 137 pounds ringside N'elth- Ixinis; Hay Chapman, Cleveland; George Hums. Philadelphia; Ray Per- kins, Athletics; Tris Speaker, Cleve- land; Chick Gandll, Wlllto Son; Joe Gedeon, St. bouis; Everett Scott, Ilos- In order that the regulations will cause the least inconvenience. Catalogues of entries may be obtain- ed from K. U Richardson, secretary AlberU Cattle Breeders Association, Canary. to the various allied, er Gibson nor Leonard has poVer loit'16ro Is, of course, ample room for adjust ihe lightweight poundage to of opinion. It Is believed suit bis pleasure Illtchle cnllUerl to consideration as a lightweight If ton; 1'rank ilakcr, Yankees, and Amos [age. Sirunk, Ucfiton. places were gained by tho players distinguishing themselves In some particular branch of the game during the entire season. The record book also contains a review of tbe sea- s, and he can not make, the recognized pound- son, a record of the world's E the averages, A second section of the book contains all the records- of the [three adlonvtog- buildings. The Idea game during its entire history, Inciud- ils not entirely new, although It never tno unusual performances. An- Ibrfore -was carried out beyond jlalure dfaerKlons. What slarietl it i was tke iptenulty of a Japanese, who ibegan exerclso In a primitive iway by pultjng and approaching on the top ol a lofty Jiroadway office 'biiildtaj.-- No Doibt Year Car Needs Overhauling! We CAN OIVE YOU SATISFACTION AND GUARANTEE ALL WORK TmiT car will overhauled under tlie able-irapeiTisIon ol oar cbief Sloddart, formerly roetbauic of a. 300 car IB Winnipeg of renown CHARSEt MOOEHATt PALACE OARAGE T. M, RAVEN StCOND.AVENUE 1837 C, H, -STODDART 'Master Mechanic other part of the guide contains all sctioiaeiic and collega records com- piled by B. MOM. VAN LOAN GOLF TROPHY LOS ANGELHS, pcrpctll- ale (he memory of Ihe laic Charlta E, Van a movement haa been start- sa hy his friends nt the Angeles Country club to dedicate a perpetual gslf championship cup to him, to be played (or on "Van Loan day" In Juno, Subscriptions are under way among various friends of Mr Van Am- ong those whij arc taking a prominent part In the nemorial plans la fsayflrd Vclllcr, tht! playwright, 'flic cnp, which will cost will near an cngraveur of Mr. Van 'Loan In the act of driving a golf hall nnrl the names of tho an- nual winners will lie Inscribed on It. In addition a small replica will bB presented each year to Ihc winner of tiie i'jimiey. apart from the deliberations ot tho commitlfe which has made no progress the Diluted has been infor- mally discussed between the chief rep-' regenlntives of the five great powers. I An important committee divided In-1 to several sub-committees Is studying the question of future commercial re- led and neutral nations. This will he at a weight Ion low for Uitchie committee has not been long at work and high enough to let Kenny wabble and prchably the greater portion'of lull work Is still ahead of H. The committee charged with Inquiry Into responsibility (or any violations of Ihe laws and nsaEtf of war has Gibson's letter Is lengthy and is little more than another alibi for the poor showing of against Hilchle In their four-round bout. Leon- ard undoubtedly -.vo-jlil like to between the all! Ilitchlc again, hut it they do meet into the ring possessing his strength. DE PALMA ADDS NEW RECORD In Car Equipptd Liberty Motor Fast made clfsctlte progress and an early report Is anticipated. Tha same is SANTA -JlOJilCA, The fastest true of ths Interallied commission on speed ever made on any road control of wa- in Iho world -nas rugintcrerl by Halph and of which ]fcn, De I'alma driving his Packard equipped with aviation engine In a lime trial, inaugurating the Santt Monica classic. The driver nesotlnt-liuwllons of relatively less importance ed tho run of ?.39r, miles In 4 minutes i than Ihoie above1 mentioned. There Arthur Sllton Is Many other committees >nd corn- missions aro In the study of 1-5 seconds, a speed of 33.38 mites per hour. The car De I'alma drove the one with which he hung up the now world's record of 150 miles per reason to believe the work of commissions Is In hand. return of Prwliteiit Wilson awakened consideration of thtf cove- nant Io establish a league- of nations. hour at Daytuna, It In a special I Mr, Wilson's announcement that not streamlines chassis, wilh A 12-cyltniier [only the final peace [rcaty.'but the -ttype motor. The best previous 'preliminaries of peace tnnst he cm- face time befuro He I'alrtra's run was bodied in tho covenant has aroused S3 miles per hour marie tiere by Hrnce Hrown in 1911, Today's lap was over a nowly.laid course and naturally con slltutca a record for It. much'Interest, which this will be accomplished lias not been announced aod Is not perfectly oppar- Tbtro has no opportuiilty We Don't Fix Radiators We Repair Them The Refiabk Radiatar Repair Siwp George Farquhamn, "D- Tfie Taller, ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN FIFTH EASTERN HATS DAD and Mit LA O BATTERIES JUST ARRIVED! A BIO SHIP- MENT OF GUARANTEED NEW BATTERIES FOR ANY MAKE OF CAR, AND OUR Prices are Right Del our quotations pur- eltewhert. WH- Tard and save money, 311 SPECIAL PRICE ON OVERSIZE TIRES For Chevrolet 490 and Ford cars. We are overstock- ed vritti 31 x4 tires in all makes and wish to make room lor our spring shipments. COME IN AND GET OUR PRICES, IT WILL SAVE YOU MONEY, BAALIM MOTOR Co, BACK OF UNION SANK your name and iddrra it cur office and wt'will you one of our 1919 calendars, ;