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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALb TUESDAY, MABGH 26,1918 BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus BASEBALL BOXING RACING SPORT Willard Signs for Big Bout ,___4- , -- ^ -- Will Receive Enormous Gob Chicago, M�reh 25.-Final mr-tide* doling a heavyweigiit championship match between Jeaa Willard and Fred Fulton of Roche*-ter, Minn., the challenger, were signed here today, in the presence of Col. 3. C.-Miller, the promoter, and a score of sporting celebrities. Willard, it was revealed in tha new articles, was to receive 75 per cent of the net profits made by Miller while Fulton Is to re-celye a flat sum of $20,000. The agreement also stipulates that Miller shall have the right to sell or transfer-the'bout '*to such per. en or persons as he may se� fit." 'fif 1 am successful in selling the match for (100,000 or mor In fact any amount-I will have to pay Fulton $20,000 and give Willard 76 per cant of the balance," Miller, explained. "I may not be able to sell ths match. If I don't I shall promote it myself. There is one thing certain-Willard and Fulton will fight some place for the championship on the Fourth of July." The articles provide that Willard and Fulton shall establish training quarters in the vicinity of the city in which ths contest is staged for at least three weeks prior to the bout. Tlie number cf rounds to be fought will depend entirety on the laws of ths tats. THIRD GAME OF Taylor in Shape" and Will Play -Comment on Saturday Night's Gam e Win Five Man Event Taking ' Series-Also Take Doubles Event Barons bowlers have the number ot the local trundlers for the season of 1917-18, and just to prove It they took the measure ol the Lethbridge agere-gation on the home alleys here last Bight by 32 pins, which, added to 182 which they piled up In advance at Barons on Saturday night made them the winners on the round by over 200 pins. At that Lethbridge took two out ot three games last night, but the Barons huskies won by a margin ot 69 pins In the second game, when they rolled.902 and this was enough to cinch the series. Three men on each team went over the '500 mark. Moore ot the visitors, was high man with 550. Iverson and Stark also passed the 500 mark. The Lethbridge men to collect five centuries or better were Dickson, Irwln and Bvans. Not a player on either team rolled a double century la a single gamfe, Moore with 199 being closest to It; ;� By wlnnlqg last night's series the Barons Millionaires have taken six out ot the eight live-man series of the winter season and they are ready to go to work again raising wheat. >Laat night's scores: Cethbridge Dickson...... 189 182 155- 526 Shover...... 157 150 ...- 486 Jennings........... 179- 486 Irwln........ 169 164 172- 505 Sloan........ 155 150 134- 439 Bvans 168 187 179- 534 ' 838 833 819i-2490 Barons HattleW...... 169 150 144- 463 Moore ....... ICS 199 183- 550 Iverson...... 167 184 176- 527 Mcpanlels .... 135 184 158- 477 Stark.....�. ,, 169 185 151- 505 * 808 902 812-2522 il- ! ......' ,.l ... , - A doubles match between Shover and Brans ot Lethbridge and Stark and Moore, ot Barons was another case of the.locala winning two out ot three but losing the match on total pins bec&use they fell down bad in one game. In the first the local trundlers could only hit them for 298, so that they were 80 pins down. They won the second encounter by five and the third by 13. Stark and Moore annexed 1112 pins for their total which is husky bowling, you will admit. The scores: Shover ...... 149 206 195- 550 Evans......... 149 163 187- 499 ronto. It is therefore necessary under the circumstances to modify the stnto-ment after the first game that the Stanley Cup would remain here. "The next game Is on Tuesday night and will be played under N.H.L. rules and a royal battle is due to result. A fourth game is now necessary and It is very possible that also a fifth will bo played." � The New�.~ "Vancouver stock has gone up considerably by virtue of the western team's victory In the second game ot the series and it Is now the prevailing opinion that the cup session will go to the limit ot five games." Stark . Moore 298 190 188 369 174 190 382-1049 191- 555 179- 557 378 364 370-1112 SMAILL AROUND AQAIN. Winnipeg/ March 25.-Weak and wobbly, but able to get about again, Walter Smalll, veteran hockey player whose life was despaired of at one time, owing to a serious accident received In a hockey game here about a mostli ago, is now out ot the hospital. CUEVEUAND DRUBS THE KITCHENERS ON SERIES. Cleveland, March 25.-Cleveland Saturday night again defeated Kitchener, thl Canadian champions by 5 to 2, making a clean sweep ot the series which .they won by a total of 10 goals to 5, RACING MAN DIES. Buffalo. N. Y., March 25.--Roa Mo-Mahon of International prominence on the race track died here yesterday after a Jong illness. A proposal (or the closing ol eating and amusement places In London, Eng., at 9:30 p.m., has not yet been definitely adopted. The coal controller was -in conference with commit tees from the various restaurant and amuseme'ht organizations on the sub iect. >A11 thft- industries affected declared the- plin -would be ruinous to them, the music hall and restaurant proprietors especially expressing - their opposition. Bring Your Repair Work in Now Before the Spring Rush Begins First-class mechanics are scarce and we won't have the other kind. Neither will we rush repairs at the expense of your car. ijou Motor Parlors Limited THE HOUSE OF SERVICER, UETHBRIOOE, ACTA Toronto, March 26.-Taylor was not seriously injured on Saturday night and will be in his usual position tonight in the third game of the Stanley Cup series. Vancouver Should Win. Montreal. March 25.-"if the Vancouver club gets protection it has a good chance to win the world's cham plonship series with Toronto," said L\rt Rosa, back from Toronto today, where he refereed the Saturday night game between the champions of the east and west won by the weatorners. "The Blues gave a most brutal exhibition," said the veteran player, "and unless the western club gets absolute protection from the referees, they will be all killed. Randall particularly w^as offensive and in addition to the numerous penalties which he served, I gave him a fine ot $15 for using foul and abusive language. Mummery was also conspicuous by rough work, his efforts being so crude and brutal that he was hooted by the Toronto fans." Rosa said he was doubtful whether he would handle the next game to be played under western rules between the two clubs as he consented to act Saturday only as a personal favor for his old friend, Frank Patrick. Knowledge of the western style of play was not so essential, he declared, as having the courage to deal strictly with the Toronto players in .the face of verbal attacks of a biased crowd. "I thought the Jubilee Rink fans were pretty one-sided," said Ross, "but they have nothing on the Toronto bunch." Frank Calder, president ot the National Hockey League, says: "The match on Saturday showed that till we have uniform rules for east and west, these cup aeries will always be unsatisfactory. Perhaps an arrangement may be reached before President Patrick goes west again," Tonight's Officials.  Manager Querrie has lodged a pro test against the appointment of Irvine as one of the officials. He considers that President Patrick had no right to select him to act in Saturday's game in view of the fact that he refused to allow Adams or Crawford to play in the series and he alleges that he was tricked. As for the claim made by the visitors that the game was un duly rough, he states that the referees were largely to blame as the Blues did not indulge In Illegal work'until they realized that the oificiuis were Incora patent. Mr. Querrie also states that the game was mild In comparison to some contests staged in the N.II.L. this season. Marsh and Vair will handle Tuesday night's game under N.H.L. rules. Newspaper Comment. Toronto, March 25.-Following are the Toronto newspaper comments on the Stanley Cup game Saturday night: The Globe. "Judging from the exhibition ot Van couver In the second game ot the Stan j ley Cup series. It will never be recoiV' ed with anything like unbounded en thuslasm here. Vancouver captured vu wife. The buggy being hitched to a Mitchell car. and then the.fun started. Korlunately tho town policeman did not catch them speeding or there might have been some sad and sorrowful young folks around. The weather conditions have changed thoso last few days and it is the Intention of the farmers to soon get busy on the land. There have been one or two land deals lately and things generally seem to be opening up. Building is still going on and we will have quite a city hero If it continues at the present rate. lEUUREHAS APPROVED RATE FOR THE PATRIOTIC TAX Major Cruikshanks, Returned From Front, Says Enemy Will Sacrifice Army Baseball Team Getting Lined Up-Prize Fight on Easter Monday. --T-it. ' (From Our Own Corresi/Onrtftnt) Vulcan, March 15.-VShorty" Grey, the ball oJub organizer; has been kept very busy these last few days rounding up the various towns regarding the schedule for the coming session. Up to date the following towns have agreed on terms: Stavely, Lomond, Champion and Vulcan. We have yet to hear from Carmangay and Lethbridge. Visiting teams can be assured of a first rate "gate" in this town, as wp have some ot the best sports around here that It is possible to find. Support Is the easiest thing possible to secure and it can be maintained right through the season if the ataad anl of ball playing Is high class. Everybody is ready for those old ball park phrases that have pretty nearly become part ot our lives. Two ot the players of last year's splendid ball team are still with us � in ths town-'"Shorty" Qrey and "Buck" L,app-and in these two wg have the start of a first rate club. Pr.'ie Fight. We are all looking forward to Easter Monday when the famous K.' O. Brennan will again give us an exhibition of his prowess. This time it is not just an exhibition of four rounds, but promises to be a 'lO-round live go." He Is matched to fight Billy Miller, tho welterweight champion of Canada and also the comiueror of Andy Miller. (  This should be one of the best scraps that has ever been pulled off around Southern Alberta for some time, and through tho medium of the press we extend a hearty welcome to Vulcan to all boxing enthuslaata. The Rebeitahs are putting on a dance on 'the same night and these affairs are always ot the highest'stand-ard. M. P. Butler and his famous or chostra aro supplying the music and the towns from Vulcun right down to Lethbridge (inclusive) can all vouch for the quality of this orchestra. A Fire. On Thursday morning a lire broke out fit tho home of B. R. liommatzscli, four miles from Vulcan, and before atiy/h^lp could be secured the place was a mass of ruins. The wind being so strong that day, it just was a matter of a few minutes. A' slight mishap whicii might have turned out very ser-lous happened during the lire. A car was chartered to drive four or. five ot .....w.w. ,�..>.w-,w. w-,,v,.-, , the tov/n boys out to render asslst- the second game of the series by six'ance, and after travelllpg about three iFIFTH H^TREKT OUTH to four in. a game that bristled wUh rough, brutal. Illegal tactics, and In which good hockey apparently, was tho last feature considered by the players ot either team."  Tho Mall and Empire describes the game as a "regular Donnybrook," and says; "The hockey fans of tho city of Toronto are now revising their views of the Vancouver Hockey club. The need tor this change ot heart and retraction lies In the fact that on Saturday night, Vancouver defeated Toronto in the second game of the Stanley Cup aeries 'by tho aooro of 1) to 4 and in doing so iod tho series with a victory and, a loss each, n AaUSMv-lis fiitcfikekear. AntoStrop Safdx iUior Cos <]-S7Difc*tt. Tnwl�,0�.' Alberta Buffet and Grill ^ 411 Fifth 8\. 8. , Opposite ORPHEUM THEATRE StiU at the Old Stand EVERYTHING FRESH AND CLEAN STRICTLY WHITE HELP GEO. ADDISON  PRQP. Phone 1827 According to officials ot the Northern I^avlgotlon company, that Xktp will not operate steamers on tho Georgian summor, ALL CAR OWNERS- Be Sure and pay us a visit Tomorrow, Wednesday  The factory, experts are here to demonstr�(te the mechanical features of the Chevrolet cars. Everyone interested in cars will be welcome. Tomorrow last day of <;lemonstration. BAAUM MOTOR CO. y HOIVIE OF .THE CHEVROLET BACK or. UNION BANK HARRY HOLMANrM(ir. , 85723567 ;