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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THR LETHBnroGE IHILY HERALD i 4 TliniSDAY, MAY 22, [U1CI BRINGING UP FATHER" it. By G. McManus (THERE'S) NO OF MS 1 OOT TONIGHT bo I ll-LTRf ME LUCK AT VbXIN'J MKCCIE'IF I KIN CiOi THERE I NOW FOR A 3OQD I VEKH- The Sport Page emits VIST. the night every loc- ctr fan in the city'rial had marked in fed on hli calendar ever.tince the Senior Leagua tchediile announced, for tonight, .with all the honors befitting the occiiiori, a'keg of nailt li to'be opened at Ecksto'rm Park, and' Lethbrldgi will officially christen the psit- war football ceaion. There isn't a .fan in the city that won't be there. There should mighty 1 few other people In the city who have the ir.terell of good clean' h'eiri: who1 bo there. And there1! no 'use talking ibout If, they will be ther. for the teams the Calllei and St. GiorgeV'United, and thlt'i j enough Aftir Three So'tfcer a. jap ol seasons the LeilJbrkise Clly and Dlatrici Football -will slaee' .their first 'league fiit.ura'.tonight, and -the. honor ol: lading the game "falls to what afe practically trro .clubs' if'the., city's flSolhall first league. The Timber In the Teams The Callies and the Soils of Eni- land ,were contestants In .the- league- tbe city boasted: and. still retain ihelr original nmoie, the remnants of the old S.O.E. clnb.have spread themselves under Ihe'lh'aae of St. Georse'a But of the Sons the Rose re- and probably the ouly one In Sl.: rGearga'f Jlce-np for tonight's 'gams who figured la the first clly league Is thit old war.horsa. Billy Hol- .bertpn. And nobody knows or plaji the game batter than the sams Billy. Flavins In auy portion, he Is still a t'owei1 of strength to any eleven: rlck- Firth his bcin a strong upholder of the English srAe of lobcer In this cits, tut H was his brother, George. .n-hd figured In the early nays league. Tommy Baitwlck, FleU- Lush and Willis have all flrired promlnent- bave yet lo show abiliiy In league football. rouns ami proini- cent players are and Crffar. ant! '.hose who saw the litter's ex- hibition against the YefV.on Good Frl- Jay phophesy for him i grind tulure. Scutch soccer enthusiasts will never rorsel .the great defence put up by 1 Jock Anderson and Johnny Caston in the eicltint matches with the Roses in oyione leasons, although the .for- mer will be mlssiiff from tlie Callies' line-up this, year. End such names as Nfclnlyre. yclWenfl, Bannerman and MacFarlaoe- have appeared -In almolt evury recent'eleven the Calllei hare put on .the Held. Sereral neu names oppeai'ln published lineup for dark Probably lha -appear ance .of Breeie. and Chsrles In a Scotch Biirprlse eome. but the fact remibi IhaS hive a good winger lllBre'eie, and Charles U ihap- Ipg vrfcH uelseen ih'e ftlicXl. the'roinlt ot tonlgnt's game of bold lo propjjeFy, gen eraVoptnrcii Jndgfs games Scqltbtnen notch Ihe first two polDta, ft wit! ba because of weak HAD HATTERS HERE SATURDAY Every fan in Ih'e clly Is on the Qui vive for the double- Leader lo be staged at Kelt- -f storm Park on Saturday, Tvbeit Ihe "Medicine Hal Monarchs in- rade the city. These are the first games of tlie .season ivllh outside and as thfcy brlns a hat team lo Lethbrldge for ihe first lime since the days of pro. ball, there Is only one Vell past-Ihe draft agu and exempl from service he tould hare_ stayed out of unfform' ff- liiere ha'd ariy l slacking blood'in liim. But there EDliTled in" the marine corps] ysar ITscle Sam took .np _arms j tha lake liis cbanccs. His ability was eoon' recognized and shortly after his arriv- al he was made a sergeant, and Bp- pointed camp boxing. green si (he proverbial cucumbzr and [y mm enlire U.S. I UKC5 Itnnk lutnr on the chin, but lie never Mf appointment from a riuitlrjinj. He slayed at his 'or officer, all other inslrue- every ounce of energy he po.'sesseo. Iheir jobs from SOFTCdiLARS Seattle........-. Lei Angeles ijfails and Cook; nan. 'ortland I V ifln FranplECO '3 H 0 Jonee, Mitchell and Baker; Seaton and Bald win. Oakltttd'...........'... 14 "19 0 Suit Laie.............. 10 10 i Brentou, Arlett and fllitze; lyever- enr, Dalp and EpenctT. 5 Sacramento .5 .0 Dell, Fromme and Brooks; Bromley, Vance and Murray. INTERNATIONAL Jeriiey Clly Blngharnplon Sch'acht 2nd llydcr; Smith'. Narartf 2 Ilochester'............ 0 Roramell and: 7 1 9. 13 0 Barnes and i o and O'N'elll. Ilaltlraore 132 Toronto 1 r> 0 Parnham and Kgan; Heck and Saiid- e'rg. Reading-Buifalol poalponcd; rain. It didn't lake. Ihe clever little_boi- wsshliiflon athletic commission. They I Thil Ihe slorJ" ilarry Scfcu- man's renurkahle rl.ie to the top ot -Picifir. Coast llghtwelflits under Iha ol Eddie'JIarino. daprer llllle manager and former Ib. box- lM Klzird. -Aloni In. l slim arrived at Ihs 1s- {and marine enlisted roan from Choysnce, retty atid 'willing 16 do his bit for Vncle 8am. Naturally quiet and modest he llrefl IheUile of tho ordinary- "lealhsr private, which lo say the but, liii'l all thu gravy. One'day. for want of something to Ing instructor long lo sea Inat Schu- KJ? a prmpect. From Ihal nay on. he ami Marry formed tnelr ravlner- XING! had [hejr 'job-; going. cun a lnjde jrc is 0[ hip. Usyallerdsy Kddln labored Tllhhono. At i3lan'j lim in Ilio; Caching him Ihe C21ne as a tflcka that nad brought Marino to Hie top of lha lishlwelght olrlslou. Flarry TVJI i willing, npl. tonscletiliona pupil. He liilencil lo Wille's every word. Tho IffiproToment marvelous lo nc- liold. Schuman entered In neveril I'dari-horsc1' tourneys. And each time Ihe nuri'ne Vld won. San Francisco icrlbis legjn lo take notice. Aloni; In Norember Ochutaan pajsed nis 15th tnUeslone. In camn the monster military boxing tournament. the lime lie sauntered Inlo the genuman walked through'Ihe whole barracks gymnaaluni where boilng In- such men as Herb Drod- ilrnctor a ciaJta of iriekc. Marino "Dovil was tending Ihroush the kill looked on for r. fen- mo- ifleni', and Inen Shyly eiked Marino forta chancc'wlth Ihe jloves. box (jucrjed Eddie. rame'back Scbuman, "I hare bMr'i.' the game for eeveral years both ainftleur and provisional.. Have done mofl of my.'boxing around .Verer riarf teach me, fibtifV, fio I haven't Seen afjle to get iarplice. All I wanl Is a chance lo set oi for the raariue Alirlno lied a pelr'of hoxtng at tho young privale and tent biro ifkliit Iltfry Bramsr, a' Telerun of Irojin7 kid 'True be' was r rcdoubtables end winning the hamts'ome gold belt an3 (he cham- pionship of the Army and Navy, The bell is today on display In thn Palace Confectionery Slorc. window. A month lalsr Schuman and Marino were rele.ucri from acllre Their hit had been accomplished, rid- dle Marino brought Si'human to Ihe NorlhwcU In late January. and what happened since is ring history The "flzhtlng marine's" name be a byword In hportinj clrclei in Xorlh In his first tlarl ntalnst Pcle Mi'lrhle, R niggeil Porl- iRnd miller who held the cozs' light- weight crown by virluo bf successive wlnsiover Maff lironson Harold and Harry lie won all (he way-icd'inneied held In Tacomn and wan" a Hall .botilig. instructor. He had fo.ur rneh in Ihe finals of the tourney til San Fran- In won tVo, belts. A third marine, Al Whitman, bantam- weight champion, was cheated Ihe laurels by the referee, so you can'see lhat Marino maife good with both feet. Thls.Slhuman 13 the boy.who mcRl "Puggy" Morion al the MajeUIC Theatre on Saturday nlghl Ihls ;veek, (Victoria Is go- ing Ihe llghlwelglit linllle over ieen In Alberta, or any part of Weitern Canada.- Both boys.are here on the Job now and.arc In active Irnln inf.'they me. the most evenly matched pair of lightweights fl Ij lo Betti boyj are, working out eath afternoon in the Commercial Club riooms, over the White Lnncll on Slreet. On and Thursday MternoonE, f-v.human vrlll work out al 2.30, and Morjon at o'clock, and at] the fans who arc interested Jn Ihe fame arc Invllcd lo he jteiKtl "ot Ihe work oulfl. There la no rnargo.mRde Seals for (he go on Saturday nlghl arc soiling rapidly, and there In going.la he a bumper r rowd, Plenty of Action will Tjc Been In tlie preliminaries, four of which will Ije niagcd for Ihc'dclcctallon of the funi Eighlsnfnc dental grnilualcfl re celTci-their Kcenses at MAJESTIC THEATRE, LETHBRIDGE VICTORIA DAY SATURDAY, MAY The Greatstt Boning Offered Ihe Fani '.'L', Southern Albertt TbeNew Overland and Willys-Knight Cars Are. isvorileH. WK demanrt Tor ttieae-can; they arc more popular than ever. Permanent Agency This agency Is csUbllshed lo are going lo slaj- and jirospecla arc gooc.. P. M. McKlNNON DISTRIBUTOR Show Rqomtti. Service Station OU Block, 6th Street South, Near Lethnrldga Hotel. IF Y.OUF To ROUNDS-MAlfJ ft ROUNDS HARRY SCHUMAN (133 POUNDS) Of. TACOMA MORTON (133 Of CHICAGO RADIATOR IS HEATING SEE ANDY South YOUR LIFE INSURANCE IS OF THE UTMOST IMPORTANCE ESPECIALLY AT1 THE PRES- ENT TIME TO YOUR3EUF AND Do you km if thai (tie urvplUl ul the life of man, 35. carding per annum, la his tlepciiileul? Ix over 917.00Q, sod bia inaiirftble value oter (tie docrraslnjf of the dollvr. ihe man who', yerhapf, imply in- GiirM five yearn rgo, 3 b on Id to- day DOUBLE hli vrotfcLlou. Talk orer your Insurancs needa with vour THEN SL'E The Agent of th. CANADA LIFE H. J. H. SKEITH Shcrloik Phono 1343 GRAY-DORT MOTOR CARS RUMELY TRACTORS ACETYLENE WELDING The Allen Jack Co., Ltd.. .2nd opp. Lethbridge Hold Phone 1544 Auto Owners! S11.00 for a rib retread and rellner appeal to you. All-olhfr ilzet. praportLOnSte- ly priced. SERVICE to. SCHOLTZ i'NEEL .Opp. -Fire Hall OH! BOY! That'i whai you will say wlien 7on eee your )iexl retread, II li's done Ihe "DRr KURE" WAY .Your lire wJll'bo built up Lhp beat-or fresh uew maltrla! will recekc curing, To our new nib'mold a design arid flnlab that must pJeaEe most eiacilns.' RitcliicT8 Vulcanizing 208 131 h SI S. Qup. Ellfson f.1 lilt EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ftLL MAKES OF BATTERIES CHARGED AND REPAIRED .All Work A Written Ouarantee (or A .Year and a Halt -iritu New Uat- terfci. j. D. THOMPSON Phone 1969 713 3rd 9. LETHlRIDGE VULCANISING WORKS We art trie doctor! for lick lirci. We the most up-to- dalt egulpminl In Southern Albertj for Rim Cull. Broken Beads our Re-treading li done by ex- pertl, plain or norvtkid. All fyirinlii'd. Out of town ordere' PHONE 1B64 712 3rd Avenue South BASIL E. CHAPLIN, Mgr. _________EO. CHAPLIN, Prop. SEMt-WIND.-UP JOCKEY WEBBER (1 15 Ibi) DAVE BRUNTON (HZ OTHER BOULTON'S AUtO LIVERY' Our Tlatefl Our fiDrvice Deit TRY US Office Residence Pficnt ...'......tOta VETERAN TIRE REPAIR Co., 406-6th Sired South Work guaranteed end nrlcci rWil. served you hi Trance; we wish lo serve you r.t home, tfoto tho WALTER MARSH Manager, I.alo SSIh Dttlullon. PRICES: RINOGIDE J3W; MAIN FLOOH 12.00; BALCONY (1.50 and 11.00 BOUT AT 4 P. M, Seals now selling at Hold Cigar Stand, Qtorge Addiion't, Lelhbrldge HIM.' of town patron virile, wire or LEN S, BROWN, Majestic for (n Ton oronlo. We Employ Trained Mechanics Onfy It'fs an exptniive experiment to alfow the untrained lo act his exporlencfi on your car, fc Brlrtg your aulomoblle troubles lo and learn lo rtrl ?cBri6my- D. S. WILLIAMSON CO. NINTH 3TR6ET AND FOURf rl AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBRIDGf ;