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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta r*fiv six tmk iJhrvumotxut* mu.t hkh,\u> ' \vi n\t .Mn\ xnm nn�� -i - r*~*1-i-rn^MWiKmiji i[rwaMK^Wiiiiiil'li>l'"'Wijiiiiwitwpiriwi*w� w �i iiiii �iiiii'iiiiiiiiiMMiiii>tni�'iiiifi ir n i Tin ii w i i - "nmninTr.....�m-~ir ~'i-^'i inTT"T t-M'f'c;"-?! "BRINGING UP FATHER" - - - - .  - - By G. McManu* BASEBALL BOXING RACING SPORT HOCKEY GOLF BOWLING Golf Season Opens Good Friday ,-c- - one should stand beyond the hole in the line of a flayer's stroke. : ^-The player who has the honor should be allowed to play before his opponent tees his ball. 3-No player should play from the tee until the party in front hare played their second strokes and are out of range, nor play up to the putting-^reen till the party in front have holed out and moved away. 4-Players who have holed out should not try their putts over again when other players are fol� lowing them. 5-Players looking for a lost ball should allow other matches coming up to pass them; they should signal to the players following to pass, and having given such a signal, they should not continue their play until these , , players have passed and are out " of reach. 6-Turf cut or displaced by a player should be at once replaced and pressed down with the foot. T-A player should carefully fill up all holes made by him-s;lf in a bunker. S-Players should see that their caddies do not injure the holes by standing close to them when the ground is soft. 9-A player who has incurred a penalty stroke should intimate the fact to his opponent as soon as possible. Alberta Buffet and Grill 411 Fifth St. 6. Opposite ORPHEUM THEATRE Still at the Old Stand EVERYTHING FRESH AND CLEAN STRICTLY WHITE HELP GEO. ADDISON - PROP. Phone 1827 BALL NOT KIND TO -IRON MAN." Jot McGlnnlty Lost His Savings Backing Tacoma Club. This thing of being a magnate Is not ail beer and skittles. Ask Joe McGlnnlty, who used to be the greatest "iron man" In the business. When at last the metallic wing of the great major league twirler gave way, he got a Job as manager of the Newark Internationals. That was in 1909. In 1913 Joe had saved enough coin of the realm to enable him to realize his dream of "becoming a "'magnate. He invested the 8avingB of a lifetime in the Tacoma club of the Northwestern league and was prepared to settle down to spend his declining years in peace and luxury. It Is said that he dropped his whole wad In that venture.-Exchange. 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. Bijou Motor Parlors Limited Defeat Vancouver 6-3 in Third Game of SeriesUflder^H. L. Rules Toronto, Mar. 27.-Piaying under the eastern rules governing six-man hockey, the Torontos, eastern champions; defeated Vancouver, Pacific Coast champions, in the third game of-the world's series hockey championship in the third game of the'World's series hockey championship for the Stanley Cup here tonight by a score of 6 to 3. .The total scores on the three games- played to date, .show Toronto in the* lead' in that department 15 to 12, having taken the first and third games against one game taken/by the Millionaires. There are still two games to be played to decide the championship. 1 TO EDMONTON FOR EIGHT T Play There Good Friday-Will Play Calgary Team on Saturday Amateur union had .not been actively engaged in the work in the last two years. Mr. Dunsworth and Mr. Kane were present at the warm gathering and gave the amateur officials to understand that the Amateur tyiion was unknown in the south but ' tho said body had the power to exclude them from the provincial basketball championship. After two hour3 of tiio heated talk Lloyd Turner, president of the newly formed senior basketball league, rose to his feet and put forth two resolutions which were as follows: "That tho Board of Governors take up the matter of tho Lethbrldge basketball players and give them a satisfactory answer, not later than Xlon-clay; proposing that' Lethbrldge be given a chance to play for the Provincial basketball championship, and, Further that the governors be asked to consider the letter given out by i,the Calgary Senior Ottjr league base-bail club and to give'^he clnb a satisfactory answer, not later than Wednesday of this week." The following clubs were represented at the meeting: Columbus club-Murphy and Egan. Hudson Bay A.A.A.-Cain and Mc-Keller. '�" . Y.M.C.A., Edmonton-Jackson and Scaier. Y.M.C.A., Calgary-Doc. "Wallace. University of Alberta? AjA.C-Pre* fessor'Edwards. _> Y.M.Q.A., Lethbrldge-Dunsworth and Kane. " St.* Mary's A.A.A. - Scott and O'Brien. . Calgary? Baseball clnJHr-IJoyd Tux-, ner and Morman Harris. The local basketers are not sure of getting a whack at Edmonton for the Alberta championship yet, no final decision being granted by the A. A. A. U. regarding their amateur standing, The Calgary-Edmonton game at Calgary Saturday night was a well contested affair and If Calgary had been Bhooting foul chances more regularly, Cow Town would very likely have won the game but not the series as Edmonton already had a 25 point lead. The score of Saturday's game was 27 to 22. '  Now York. March 27.-There Is a belter ula.ns of heavyweights now beforo the fans' gaze than at any time since Jim Jeffries was champion. At no time since Jeffries dropped out of eight through tho application of one of Jack Johnson's uppercuts has there been such an effective crop of white heavies. Tho run of Car! Morrises and such has been dropped. A period of exceptional mon seems to be on. Kred Fulton was the first exceptional man to appear in the heavyweight, class since Luther McCarty lost his life in a bout with Arthur Pelkey. And just .as Fulton's star reached u crest of fame, along came Jack Dempsey, a party who still is sticking up there as one of tho best. The crop of heavyweights who blossomed out with the appearance of Carl Morris is gradually receding. Thoy are now known as second-raters, not white hopes. Their ability now 'lies In assimilation of punishment from .the rising youngsters who a�ein likely to dominate kthe big class of men for some time. An uplift of the game through heavyweight channels is the thing for which pugilism has been suffering for a long time. Little follows can fight, do their be9t Just as long as they can, but the real life of boxing lie3 In the heavyweights. If they fail to produce good bouts at every BIG JESS WILLARD Title Holder Was Knocked Down By Challenger in Exhibition Bout in 1915 The bout on July 4 will bo the second meeting botweon Fred Fulton and Joss Wlllard. and Ih tho third limn thoy have been matched. Strangely enough, it was through that first' moating with Wlllard that Fulton sprang Into pugilistic prominence. The Rochester glunt li::d boon boxing with rather Indifferent success until May. 11, 1915. when Jess V.'il-lard, newly crowned heavyweight champion of the world, haltod in Fulton's home town to give a boxing exhibition. Frederick was selected as the victim. Knocked Wlllnrd Down. The bout was to go four rounds-if Fulton could last that lung. Fulton not only lasted, hut cut loose with ai! the untamed confidence of the mat. who has everything to gain and nothing- to lose, and in ono of the mix- stage of tlie game ana nt till times, the game suffers. It Is up to them to keep alive interest and to keep the game clean. Since John L. Sullivan put life and dollars in the business of fighting as a heavyweight there have ueen few champions, but ten years ago there was sufficient keen competition to keep the heavyweights busy and to keep the comment running. That held the game up. May be it will be lifted back by the same means. ups, tho champion, to use a wild west >