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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILt MAY 1918 BRINGING UP FATHER By Me Manns BASEBALL BOXING RACING hSPORTM HOCKEY GOLF BOWLING If Arrangements Can Be Made For Appearance of Chicago Boy Here May 29ih The hundreds of ring fans who have been asking whether Bom badier Al Ross is to appear in a farewell bout here will be pleased to hear that arrangements are practically completed for his appearance in a tenround battle with Mike Hirsch of Chicago with whom the local club are negotiat ing today as Ross opponent for a final go before Ross leaves to strafe the When Billy Kramer was so that the set for May 17th was cal led the club began casting about for another suitable oppo nent and Hirsch was recommend ed by Lewis and Those who have seen Ross coming to Lethbridge from Sarcee on leave declare that he in the pink of condition and they are very anxious to see him participate in one of the battles that have made him famous in the If the Hirsch negotiations go through they will very get their wish on May ADAMS STAR FOR PHILLIES Jack once with the is the star backstop of the Phillies this Moran says he is good as Why not try and sell him to President old He likes expensive Anna widow of the late Ste phen is dead at her River Harwich at the age 90 years and 5 She had been an invalid or several Farmer former wrenling chaaipioti of and known as the John of the wrestling has just celebrated his 57th birth At 57 declares he feels as young and strong as lip did years Although he has retired from the mat says he is willing to meet any man of his agt on a win nertakeall basis and will meet any one in the any age or in a stickpulling Burns attributes his remarkable vitality to his lifelong system of careful train and to the fact that he has never Burns career is one of the most in teresting in the sporting He was the first man to make wrestling popular in He was the first American to develop wrestling as a He held the wrestling cham pionship of the world for many years and when he retired undefeated he turned his title over to Frank was due to Burns training that Gotch was developed into the greatest of all It was Burns who took Gotch as a crude farmer boy and taught him the fine point of the It was Burns who invented the famous toe hold which made Gotch mostfeared wrestler of all The princely sum of 15 cents led Burns to take up When he was 8 he wrestled Jimmie a schoolboy friend for a side bet of 15 It was every cent I had in the the veteran After I had pinned Jimmies shoulders to the ground and pocketed my 30 cents 1 decided it was a pretty easy way TO earn Sfnce then I have always been ready for a In his long career in the wrestling game Burns engaged in more than Only six times were his shoulders pinned to the Burns has never relaxed his re gular way of living and he trains as conscientiously now as if he were pre paring for a title Burns isnt making predictions that he will live to be but such a pos sibility wouldnt surprise him at BASEBALL RESULTS AMERICAN Boston New ork Cleveland Chicago 17 15 Washington Louis 10 Philadelphia 11 Detroit 7 10 14 12 15 14 M3 RUTH LEADS 10 0 and Saturday Chicago H30 000 000 Washington 000 030 000 000 Faber and Schalk Ylnglihg j Detroit 000 10 Boston 001 10 0 I Brickson and Spencer Bush and I Cleveland 000 4 1 Philadelphia 010 7 3 Baghy and ONeill Perry and Louis 000 lii 4 New 100 9 2 Shocker and Nunamaker and Sunday Way Ruths re markable hatting streak continues to be the sensation of the American Lea Averages released today shotf j the big Boston who also has been playing first base and in the out with a mark of sixtynine points above high of a week The figures include games of in sixteen games Ruth has made twenty hits for a total of thirtynine In addition to three home he has cracked out eight doubles and u He also is having success on the having won of seven George the Louis passed Tris Speaker of in the race for base steal ins with and Walker of Phila took the lead in home runs with Shean oJ increas ed his lead in saVifice hitting to The leading batters follow 476 Cleve 402 400 356 New 355 354 341 341 337 Walk fc Gailea of LouiV is the leading May base ball in the National Capital was in augurated today with a 12inning game in which Washington defeated Cleve land 1 to Score Cleveland 000 000 000 7 6 Washington 000 000 7 I I Coveleskie and ONeill Ayers and I No other games NATIONAL 1 I New IO 7 Chicago 17 Cincinnati 17 Pittsburg Philadelphia U Boston 11 Brooklyn ii Louis 8 Clothes Dont Make the Man But they make all of him except his hands and says old John Graham in Letters from a Self fylade Merchant Ib His Just because good appearance is so we continually lay stress on good for good clothes and 20th Century Made Clothes are one and the If we can fit your well easily fit your KESTER The Home of 20th Century Clothing We have a competent Tailor in charge of our pressing and cleaning n i 11 14 16 19 having wou five of six Continued absence from the game of Larry the veteran second base man with New who is recover ing from an has kept him at the top of the National League bat ters with an average of although Smith of is the real with Smith has played in twen tythree games as against fifteen for Burns of New leads in stolen and Mann of continues to top the sacrifice with New York is leading in team ting and fielding with averages of 282 and The ten lead ing batters are New 426 Bos 379 New 367 Mer I G A IVf U W I illGl 365 Saturday Everywhere With Mitchell Car Goes Along Every ou Motor Parlors Limited THE HOU8K OF SERVICE FIFTH fTREET SOUTH Philadelphia 000 8 2 Chicago 7 1 Tihcup and Adams Dil Hendrix and 310 13 0 Louis 000 0 6 3 i Fillingin and Wilson Horst I man and j New York 000 10 2 Cincinnati 000 7 2 and McCarty Allen and Brooklyn 000 4 10 2 Plttaburg 151 1C 2 Grimes and Miller Mil ler and Sunday May local team made jt four out of tive from New i York by winning here today 5 to I Score New York 010 10 4 Cincinnati 410 1 Demaree and McCarty Eller and May won the game of the series from Philadel phia Score Philadelphia 000 fi ft Chicago 000 I 1 Hogg and Burns Tyler and Killi May held Louis to four hits today and Boston shut out Louis 1 to Score Boston 000 7 n Louis 000 4 2 Heanio and Wilson Packard and INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Saturday Newark Syracuse Jersey City Rochester First Baltimore Buffalo Second Baltimore Buffalo First Kinghamton Toronto Second BliiKhamUm Toronto Sunday Newark Syracuse other famea 348 New 343 New 343 333 333 Big Jeff Tesreau of New York is the leading pitcher of the hav ing won five games in as many PACIFIC COAST Saturday San Oakland Los Angeles Sacramento Salt Lake Vernon Sunday First Salt Lake Vernon Second Salt Lake Vernon Los Angeles Sacramento First San Francisco Oakland Second t San Francisco Oakland INTERNATIONAL Saturday Vancouver Spokane Seattle Aberdeen Tacoma Sunday Aberdeen Tacoma First Seattle Portland Second Portland First game Vancouver Spokane Second game Vancouver Spokane AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Saturday Louisville Minneapolis Columbus Indianapolis Haul Toledo 7 Kansas City Sunday olurnbus Toledo City First Louisville Minneapolis Second gaini Louisville Minneapolis IndlanapullH Paul Harry a British Co hero from was decor alcd witli the Victoria Cross at Buck 1alace Jiy TEACH FIGHTING By Sol Thats fighting Thats what Ive Been waiting to see Thats what counts To the devil with this boxing stuff These were the exclamations of a Canadian officer who hadbeen through two years of It over as he sat by nly side at a ringside at one of our big army cantonments somewhere in America after two heavyweights had been scrapping for the camp championship a little more than Up to this bout ho had been But when the two big boxers got after each other with nil the fury of threw all dis cretion to the winds and kept up a rain of dreadnaiight blows upon each other the Canadian for the first This furious caveman battle in the ring caused him to tell a I was over there early in the he and I had quite a to do with our We soon dropped all that and just got the men to Put the gloves on them and them at each Oh it was a wonderful training for Made them scrappers all the way Theyre all fighters every bloom ing one we send and we keep it up for them all the time they are in rest Boxing dont go with We found out early In the game we needed So teach the men to to Has it helped you he said and his facewas lighted with the Can adians havent a half bad fighting re have they Rolfe From Speaking of fighting of he makes me think of a boy from Calgary named Never had the gloves on be fore he joined our Since hes been in hes fought seventeen bouts and had sixteen He can whip any boxer in the I he knows precious little about Hes just a fighter they all Thats what you want to go in for more and Thle boxing is all buf get them to It counts so heavily with men when they mix up with the I got his point as the heavyweights fought They were slashing each other with telling blows that but for the gloves would have felled each of them and the doughboys pack ing the Big Y stood on the benches and yelled their heads tried It was the first time evening that the crowd had gone clean though it had already wit nessed three of the cleverest boxing bouts one ever had the good fortune to Cheer them they But now there was a din to the noise such as only several thousand well trained healthy soldiers can break out with when the business at hand has Quick ened their pent up admiration for the fighting They were seeing for the Hrrit time that a souled the kind of display of spirit that each of them knew he must show when he met the And they were paying handsome tri bute to their comrades who were dis ploying this They Feel Miflhty When it was when one of the contestants had gone down for tho count and wan up lootie again with Another reign of pandemonium when the two heavies shook hands in the They felt mighty fit that night of mighty capable of taking on the Huns and accounting for which is the frame of mind wo want them For they had had tliu old fighting spirit shown tho fighting spirit the Canadian officer had told me was ono of the big and contributing factors to the suc cess of the Canadian forces over Its a wonderful thing for our army that it is going in for this sort of It builds up morale and In it makes for fighting And it does not make for Ask your parson or priest who is In a cantonment about if you dont believe The chances arc ID to 1 that he had a ring side He Hes going to see life stripped of its Sunday clothes he has never seen lifu And hes enjoying the experience and finds that its a pretty good Hie after priest or will tell you that our doughboys look at this ring fighting in the real That it not only helps make fighting liieu out of but that duty also get a pile of fun out it thai it teaches them to smtttthtiu the itre HARRISOiy POPULAR WITH FANS Chicago Jew Making Good In the Ring Probably ono of the finest types of the Jew fighter today is Phil Harri produced by that wonderful melting pot the West Side of Chicago a district generally known as the Fifteen years barkening back to the time glove fighting flourished in a lot of pretty tough birds Came from that It was not uncommon to see them in the arena run by Lewis and Johnny who formed an organiza tion known as the Connemara Cuck They cnnifi out in droves to fight and were a real cosmopolitan the crowd lie utmost In an allnational We had the Forbes the Kid the Kid Farmers and Joe and Jack Italian boys despite their Perhaps the real gladiator of them all was Kid a Jew boy they were all Crazy There wasnt a cigar saloon or poolroom that didnt have his photograph promi nently Now comes Phil Harrison through the lapse of these years as the near est approach to this Harrison the the popular idoA of the big whose followers will go any place to see him When Phil says he is ready and sends out the they bet on him and never stop Their faith is They care nothing for tho stories of the opposition that the foe has a crushing left hook or a right uppercut and cross that spells defeat when When Phil starts that is all there isto they Succeeding Major Seely Smith as general staff officer for Military District the name of McOuire has been sub mitted to Ottawa Major General Major McGuire loft Victoria with the 2nd in June of and was seriously wounded at Ypree in I CONTINUED FROM PIONT lernca would be more not been called to answer a I have tho best reason for stating they will not bo brought before any civil or The gov ernment intends to exercise fully their unlimited undefined powers under the Defense of the Realm which apparently will allow them to keep those arrested in custody upon sus picion during the Kings If thin should prove to be tho cabinets intention there will of bo vigorous protests but it Is recognized frankly here that the pica of national necessity would not be dif ficult to urge in Britain and possibly even in under the present It is very doubt ful whether the Sinn Feinors laid their plans to cope with such as those arrested now have to I believe the Sinn Feiners are suffer ing vory badly from swelled heads vhich brought about n singular de gree of That Valera should have been arrested with such apparent easo is one of the serious shocks which Branded as Outrage Now Mny of five hundred Sinn Feiners for alleged com plicity in a German plot to invudo Ire land was branded by resolution as a high handed outrage the smallcst iota of evidence to support and by speakers as a frame up by the British government to ciush the cause of Irish at the close of the Irish race convention here last Florence wife of Walter a member of tho was shot and killed by her Harry who immediately afterwards shot himself in the Bestwick New i Victoria Day RACES At Lethbridge Exhibition MAY 1918 PROGRAMME Free for All Trot or yt Mile 5 Furlong Mile 2 in 4 to 3 to Pint race called at GOOD PLENTY OF HORSES Admission to Grounds and Grand 50 Cents Children Under 12 Free Quick and Economical Trans portation Nash Trucks Fit the Emergency Nash Trucks have already established their un usual value in this They are built to ipeel satisfactorily the demands of the severest truck Value cars at volume BAALIM MOTOR Do Not Forget to Leave Your Old Tires and Tubes it Our Red Cross HOME OF THE CHEVROLET BACK OF UNION BANK HARRY Mp ;