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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta pAtm six r t I. L 4 1 TTIK LTtTHBRinGK 1)A1I�Y HERALD THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1918 TELL "TOO TO ^ PARLOR HELP ErSTER- GUT OOEH'T H\T ME WITH THAT A\KESt> \-b MANUFACTURING ROLLING -PI '"is % : 1 VJHEN 1 TH\MK OF ALL THE tbUMP"b HAD RArtEO ON HEAD ON ACCOUNT OF HC SHOULD ftC KILLED TWICE AN' COME OUT FIVE 'FLU DEATHS JOE WRIGHT SAYS (Toronto Globe*. "Tho German will quit." quoth Joe Wright, tho popular Canadian oarsman, who for the past three seasons has coached (ho c-ews of tho University of Pennsylvania, "he always quits when he finds he'? up against It, when he's confronted with the option of himself taking punishment or throwing up his hands. The German is a 'kamerad* performer. Ho won't stick and he punished like the Britisher. Nobody will over find the ta.ce or let him think he has it. start him out in front, and lie will go like , all posFt'^sed, He will show no nv*r- ; j ry to hi.* bms� fortunate competitor-*, � ! I>ut once- he's up against it, or thinks I j he is. and has to fight oven with \ ] thosi* priuy bulldog fellows who j ; banc on tliat Britain turns out. he's throucrh. make no mistake about , "It has been demonstrated in , scores of athletic competitions. I t havo seen it again and again. The , most outstanding instance which � cornea to my memory at thp moment ; occurred at the Knglish Henley in : IP 13. when a German four rowed for th*> steward Challenge Cup. The Tea-ton crew were great large fellows, fine specimens of physical size and perfection, averaging over 1?0 pounds in weight and seemingly strong as oxen. They won the first two h^ats they rowed. The got in front at the German winning the last battle un- ( start ana continued at top spH, going away off ahead and beating less it's likewise the first battle or he's won them all. When no's held he's through. He has no couie-Wk in his psychology.  "No," continued the celebration Oarsman, "I'm not a wur expert or a war prophet. I don't presume to peculate on tho military situation or 4ts strategy. But I know the Ger-man. I have studied him in sport. Gnnnany holda no athletic champion* ships, nor do its lad* and m�u figure \ In athletic achievements that call  for supreme stamina and soul. Ho !. ahead at the ?tart, and increa~-'d has not tho big. courageous heart of j their lead to a full length or more in their competitors :-Vfar a^ T-U\v could. Then they met the New Col-lego crew, stroked by Bourne, the famous Cambridge oarsman, light in weight, but strong on pluck. Bourne  bad a light crew, ho light. In fact. ' that the contrast with their hu�ky L I Got man opponents was most marked. ! But the New Collegians didn't know I vim the word 'quit' me;yu. BfQ German Crew "Yellow" The big (ifrmans. as u*u;il. broke the Auplo-Saxon. the heart that will 'stay' under punishment, that will hang on, that will eTentually win from behind. Heinie Hss No Heart "Give the German all the ad?an- . _ BRETON ARROW COLLAR CUM! MEETING CUT CP FRONT SHOWING A BIT OF CRAVAT BAN0 Clwtt. Pet body k C*., of C�04d*. Limits the first fifty yards of th* r on :-:>*. But they got nc> farther away from the Britisher*. Uoiirm: and his Jic1:*-welghta could not be shaken off. Kor more than half the distance the Britishers rowed a seemingly hopeless race. But they hung on. neither gaining nor losing. This very fad disconcerted the Germans, and dur-; ing tho last half of tho race the pur-j suers began to catch up. Inch by inch they crept forward, and it was when they were nearly even with their competitors-not when they had overtaken and passed them-that the big German crew, to th" amazement of the spectators, quit cold. 'J'he New College crew won. won a race worth winning, by courage, grit ami stick-to-itiveness, while their . back in the early days of Chanc-'s management. Taylor pi'.s^essed the talent and the imaginath'U �-.f Welid. One of his yarns is wn;:'i p-.t- ervin.:. writes Hugh Fuuerton. who tells it as folio Wa: Just n-Huntln*. "I was hunting last winter near Nelsonvi 11 -�." Tayb.r r��;ai ket\ oue spring during th" training s-on son, "when I happened to h;i'.' s and star'-d a:ter the s:iake again. 1 grabbed his rich and he smn-k at mo. Then we had a fight, and finally I ^uung my riRat lo his jaw ami droppt^.l b,:.*i;. \\'l�;!e we were figh'i.ig tae snako c.-awle-l away into \\m bu.*h*:f� at;d  *i�e.ip)*d "i had forgotten all ab nit tho in-ci !� 'tit until ah >v.t a men'.h later I w a - hunting in that -a:n^ neigh* berhoe.l an 1 a rabbit jumped up ami ran ov*v th'- ra!!r�"�ad embankment. I did tjor get a change for a *hot, but the emhankmeni, hoping to ack at nlm My foot caught Several Very Sad Cases-Town and District is Wei! Organized (From Our tilon leaders Hay tho Putted Statea a young man living south of Nemfn-ca;u. A particularly sad death was that of Mrs. Riobert, leaving idx children in bed very low. one having since � lied. Our two doctors are kept busy "Before tho leavo� fall from the trees we shall bo back again in the dear fatherland. Exterminate first the treacherous French and walk over Gen. French's contemptiblo little army. zon* generally nro d'dng all possible in this hmir o: neod. Mrs. Wm. Henderson returned on Friday's train from T.�thb-iig anil 7:*.. Tayb�r 71 and S'j and White 77 an 1 70. Vardon's uftc.-uoou round Included tive \W and a ::. He had the only � of the day, and bin brilliant round of 7i in the afternoon began with a 0. The time may eomo when Vardon, Hraid, Taylor and other Mr it ish professional b-adi'rs will b