Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
"BRINGING UP FATHER" thk u-:THHHinr,k duly hkiuui i iit UM'W, \i WWW 2*. I'M* By G. McM anus BASEBALL BOXING RACING hSPOR HOCKEY GOLF BOWLING Coming Heavyweight Battle Will Bring Giants Together together with a New York. March 2?.-The fact heavyweights, that Jes* Willard and ITed Fulton plkuion showing the heiga wiU meel In the ring during the pre- j weight of former champions, are ap- com-and ent vear in a battle for the world's heavvweight championship calls attention anew to these extraordinary exponents of modern pugiiisni. Big men have been by no means uncommon T" pended:- �Willard. S ft. 6^* in. 83Vj in. 45 in. the ring during past decades, but; 4lU= in-never in the history of fisticuffs have ; l,*a m. two boxers of the height and reach' of Willard and Fulton faced in the squared ring. 40 K 11 in. in. in. Fulton. Height 6 it. oVs in. Reach S3Vi in- chest i Nor) 42 in. Chest (Exp) 4S in. Neck 1SU in. Waist 35 in. Calf 15Vs in. Ankle 12 in. Biceps 14 in. Wrisc SV14G. ' Pitcher with most strikeouts-Leon Ames, St. Louis, 1561. Pitcher with most bases on balls- Leon Ames, St. Louis, fl!)4. Pitcher with most shutouts-Gro-ver Cleveland Alexander, Philadelphia, 60. Pitcher with most no-hit games- Tom Hughes, Boston Braves, 2. Pitcher with moEt one-hit games- Alexander, Philadelphia, 5. STANLEY CUP PLAYERS MAKE A NICE HAUL. Toronto, March 27.-It is probable that the Stanley Cup players will split in the neighborhood of $8,000 between them after all expenses have been deducted, which means that the winners will receive about $350 each and the losers $250. m Last year at Seattle the winners received $108 as their'share. be held towards the end of it. information on the affairs of the province should be given to the public, said the premier, and given freely. Soldiers' Department dipt. Pearson gave notice to move next Wednesday: "That In the opinion of this House "a department should be organized, under the jurisdiction of the premier for the purpose of dealing with the problems of the returned soldiers, and their dependents." Hall Insurance The committee on agriculture with F. S. Leffingwell in the chair, discussed Wednesday afternoon tho proposed new hail insurance act, and took strong objection to what was described as its compulsory character. The measure proposes, said W. A. Rae, Peace River, to automatically Insure every farmer in the province. The people in northern Alberta objected to this as they never had any hail damage in that section of the province. Objection From Cardston Martin Woolf also offered an objection from farmers in his constituency of Cards ton. H. W. AVood, president of the U.K. A., disputed that the bill was compulsory. By notifying the officials any farmer could have himself freed from the operation of the act. He admitted that so far tliero was no hail in the Peace River district., hut if the act was province-wide in its operation its burden would be more scattered. He pointed out that the act had been approved at the U.K. A. convention. No decision was arrived at, and the committee adjourped to meet Thursday afternoon. BAILEY OUSTED Toronto, Mar. 28.-Captain George T. Bailey, C.A.M.C., whose statements at the temperance convention in this city brought him into tho police court and drew down a three months' sentence, has been struck off the strength of the C.E.K. The order from Ottawa merely Btates that his services are no longer required. a.m. and 'J.'.io p.m. and (I p.m. and p.m. Sandwiches from wheat bread and pork, beef or veal may only bo served at railway lunch counters, but only at any time and at all times to bona fide travellers. Public eating houses shall not serve sandwiches filled with beef. vchI oV pork during hours and on days that these meals nro prohibited. Bread shall he placed on tables in public .eating houses until the firm course 'is served. No more than two ounces of standard flour bread or rolls or any product made from standard flour at any one meal to one person unleBS on special request for .second serving. No bread less than 12 hours baked shall be served in public eating houses except in railway stajious and steamships. Bread as a garnish, except under poached eggs. Is prohibited. Wheat flour dumplings in pot-pies, meat stews and soups are prohibited. The Bakeries On and after April 7, I fits, no bakery operated in connection with a public place shall make wheat bread or rolls, pastry ur other bakery products from wheat flour other than the standard flour or from flour containing a higher percentage of extraction than standard without written permission fro nithc Canada Food Board. In bakeries connected with public eating houses the regulations govern ing bakeries shall apply. Meat and Game Meat and game shall not be served in larger amounts per person than the following portions weighed for cooking, not including bone: Beef, S ounces', veal, I! ounces; mutton and lamb, G ounces; fresh pork, 6 ounces; pickled pork, .8 ounces; venison and other wild meats. 8 ounces; bacon, I ounces; ham, 4 ounces. Only one serving of meat or other flesh or fowl per person shall bu served at any meal. .Not more than half an ounce ol butter or margarine may be served except upon special request and then not more than one-half ounce may be given. Sugar receptacles shall not be left on dining tables or counters except in railway trains or 8teani3hip8. Not more than two teaspoons or equal weight of cane sugar shall be served for the purpose of sweetening beverages. Sugar for any purpose shall be served only when called for. .7. . .T. I TRAINING CAMP GAMES. B. Clubs-Athletic clubs shall be entitled to one representative for each 200 members up to 600. Fees-The annual membership fees for leagues shall be $2.50, $5.00 or $7.50, according as they are entitled to one, two or three delegates', that for clubs as follows $2.50 for clubs of 50 members and under; $5.00 for clubs of over 5n and not over 200; $7.50 for clubs of over 200 members. Board of Governors-The affairs of the Branch arc managed by a Board of Governors composed-as follows: ta) The officers of the Branch, i.e. Chairman, Vice-Chairman and Secretary Treasurer, ail of whom are elected by majority vote at the annual meeting. 0>i Our representative elected by each member whoso foes are not ie33 I Mian $5.00 per year. |" <(�) One representative for each for the three members whose fees are less Jthan $5.00 per year, such renreseuU- New Orleans.-Joe Wood's home run in the eleventh with a man on baso broke the tie and gave the Cleveland Americans a 3 to 7 victory over the New Orleans Southern association team. Score: a. H. e. Cleveland ............... o 13 U New Orleans ............ 7 11 1 Batteries - Covoleskie, Morton, Groom and O'Neill; Smith, Martina and Peters. R. II. E. St. Ixiuis Nationals ---- 7 11 f San Antonio (Texas L.).. 2 7 2 Batteries-'Ames, Meadows, May and Snyder; llydorna, Ross and Anderson. R. II. E. Chicago Americans .... Hi 17 1 Dallas (Texas League).. !l 10 5 Batteries - DanforCh, Musser, Schallenberg and Lees, Sohalk; Con-ley, iycwls, Wilson Compere and Dowie. II. II. 10. Brooklyn Nationals .... .1 7 2 Boston Americans ...... 7 11 Batteries - Mainaiix, ' Marquard, Coombs, MiUdf ituth, Mays and Ag-new. Alberta Buffet and Grill 411 Fifth St. 3. Opposite ORPHEUM THEATRE Still at the Old Stand Margaret Anglln, before sailing last week for Porto Rico, announced she had entered into an arrangement with Walter Damrosch and the New York Symphony Orchestra to give a season of Greek plays annually. EVERYTHING FRESH AND CLEAN . STRICTLY WHITE HELP GEO. ADDISON - PROP. 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