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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 28, 1917 LETHRRrnflR IiRRALD PAGE TJIRRB BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. ,McManus Moore Works_Ont Tonight Mpntaiian Is Husky Gent .f YOUN3 AL HOSS .RlrvE fans of the city TV III have their flrstL. chance lo give AI-, Moore, the" big onie-over tonight at Iho Majestic when he will, .work out In public .Jrepaialoo'- to hja 'clash .Young- Al Tloss OD'" Krlady cveh- Ine will bja the'.rliiE'aL all.Ianf who Vlsh'ip see him do so. tickets will bo' sold.'A collecllou may llunUreda of7fans have already seen Moore In his street .clothes and he sizes up slrpoe with them. They' comment on the fact that for height, sizo and build he and Roii arc very similar. Rosa Is a smooth- er built man, but Moore shows rug- gedncss la every line. In iho ter of ring ciperleace. Mobro has a shade over ROSE, but.Ihe local .boy IB younger and those who de- clare. that yvuih must prevail are posting their loose change, on Ross. It Is surprising 'however the number of. fans .whojczpect Ross lo "get hla" on Friday even- ing. Hess iraE not had a bout since he met Yordy In Fernlo ou Labor Day. Ho has been working out 'reilgldusjy for" ho Moore ID bo In', the class with IVo Cohen as a lhat means, lhat there will b6 tea rounds of milling unless somebody IB lucky', enough-lo h'ayiuak'er. will be ablo to size the situation 'up belle however. Vi'hat there IB going lo beya-big crowd -on doings Krf day Is- ovIdo'nC; ;frdm the ticket'sales already. One, order-from TabcrVas for 12, Etdea hlle Barons will "be but.in -force.- 'Jiict-Foley- .will bo the.. third :mair in U-.e-rins arid thai helps'a j't The club about securing Talt (o meet Hbaglln and this may be :the last-bout .before the. new year. -Thafls one reason Ihe fans are noi up. tne From U. of A. are Likely Jo Invade Cily on Dec. 7th Lethbridge bisketball fans are likely to hive an opportunity to the Varsity quintet, which Is leading the Edmonton city league, Irracllon here a week from Satur- day night, Dec. 7th. .A letter has been received from the manager of the t-am that If games can be arranged In Calgary on Iho 7th and Lethbrldgc on thcv3th team will make the trip. The Varsity team would get a great reception here for the rea- con .that two of the members of t'nc team are from this part. of the world. .Alex rtobertson, v.-ho learned the game on the "Y" floor here Is on ihevdefenGe of Varsity. Spackmari, a name that means basketball In the Stirling and Raymond is also mem- ber. The local would be very pleased to' greet would have the aggregation that ever represented Lethbrldge 'en.the floor mettle. Boxing as Aid.to Proficiency in Bayonet Work Forms Part of Training-in United States and itis BosloD BraTes. Some- 'of team's '.-fqllowere also resented his being put at sccbud iase In the place of Bert Kelholf. The iatlery despite Uie tact lhal he did not Lraln -.with Ahe'.team-ln be- cause ol fin nrffnnieDfc'-'bver Lract, put. up 'a wou'derfur.' article' M Evers, Released by Phillies, Will Not.lie Phlladcliihla; NOT. passing ot John J. Kvers as ot the PMIIIes did not rufflo the placid liase- bajl waters hereabouts. v There ,were two roasons for They.were that Johnny Eyers was not th> Biers M old dnrliiE 'hla "short career'with the Phillies', because the public had been prepared Tor his out J-Jr'erj rtld not eihlblt hi; old-time ball when sent .l.o, d: base: shortly form as R ;rnemher of.. Pat Jloran's here at'a.tlme when the Ptilllles 'wefa'iii s.-s'.iimp and the Philadelphia -club Assumed :hls. con- tract for the remainder of tliB'ieason presence ijro'nld fnapfre piayera, put pep Into them and cauie the team to make a 'hlg ra'dy. 'As soon as-EVen joined the team pat at.jecpBd Fo'r the flrat EeHetf which-was'with looked Ihe achem'e would work out. The Phillies palled them- sol'rM together and played fine baJI Then they, sagged -.hick and nerer again became a real factor la the pen-' nant fight.. This, of not KTryjMaull. t_Tbe public, though, that KT.eravHa'a not the Bame pM fight- after': the season opened. Nlehoff proved'a star and in the flEld- tha.team.slumped, XI eh off slumped.., His halting fell off and his'errors proved lo be very cost- ly. the fans must hare thought that Kolhotf'waa being-.made the '.'goal." -They tallo any too kindly to In tlie Infield and they gare Nlehoit a reception-every time a- chance to go to bat as a pinch hitler or that his name waa announced JIn the bat- ting order. It was known wffen ETen caiiie here hU contract ran out thli' fall anc that then Erero w6nld'become a free agen.L Therefore, the 'unconditionally ivleaaed was a mere matter'of form "ing.iBarTel.thil w: SPANISH GOVT. REPLIES JJHKI Boxing, a sport lhat has been dy- ing out In recent years, ears.an Amer- ican exchange, is coming back Into its own. Down at' ivhat 13 known as Camu Funstcri, la Kansas, the largest military camp In Ihe Unilcd Elates, H Is Uolns strongly supported, anil, as a result, It is said Ibol that purl ol the country Is going to contain more fighters after the war than lha whole United Stales now: conlalns. Every squad of men in the division will have Its champion fcalher-wcleht, llBhlvveigbt, irelter'-welghl nnd heavy- weight. Every platoon will have cham- company will have'as its champions the cream of-the platoon champions; every, regiment will lie rep- resented by tie best of the company champions taken'from the regimental champions, and" finally the division will be represented in nil weights by ths fastest arid classiest boxers iu all tlie'brigades. Former CHarnp'lon. as Teacher All tbo champions will be picked through a series.ol elimination con- teats to, begin.shortly, after, the men have haft a short'perlod o[ training in he Ins and oula ol the science. the best-known fighters nlong the Pa cirlc coast and spent. seasons lighting In the cast.' i' .Maj. -Gin. Leonard Wood, who has something of a'reputation himself as a boser In the .army. very eager that tho boxing tournaments start as quickly as possible. Related to Bayonet, Work Every movement In boxing has corresponding, movement In bayonet IlghtmE- There Isn't .iny exercise in the enllrejurrlculura that will pre- pare the mra so thoroughly for bayo slruelor." McAllister has fought in .the ieavy-M-etehtclass vrilh suchc men 'as Gunboar Smith, Tom' Joe Defeats Herald in Three Hot Games in (he League -Two learns represealing the I. H: C. ,nd the Herald opened up a keg nails nt the pomtnlon alleys last night rlifen llie live-pin' league Ims' wlde'oii'en. The Ul.C.'s, as- elstaiice of tlfe rcdoublable BVans' o[ .he Herald, copjed the ninnlng games. The In-Hell-Copllnuallys? were. E'ren ..the scare ol their, young lives in tbe. first sarao which they n'on by twc plus, -bal Lh6y 'Vepl going up aller 'that while the Heralds hit- the toboggan. Murrft? was high man for the Hcr.ild, while Evans rolled for' the.J.H.C.'B. the thre'e games Evans was high -am net lighting, men places a Every tide one ot the M-ell-dirccteJ unpercut vith-hls !eH har.d lo Hie point ot Tils opponent's chlo, It the same movement -be made by required in NIL REPLACES N1A.INEAS1 tho new owners and the new manag- ers. It 13 understood, will be ifccepi- ablc to the other clubs ol the leagMQ, thrusting a .every time B sol dier shoots one. out slralglit from Ihe shoulder, lo llie isolar plosus. It wilt be the same c's for a bayonet move- ment. Every Ume lie blocks a blow H will be with lUe same block or parr> thai be will have to use when ho comes to a hand lo-haud battle ID Uic trendies. considered one ot Lho absolute (a tho training of all -soldiers, V McAllister' IB selecting twenty ..men Irom the division, men. Tsfco are real, lighters' had'Bqma ex- perience1 form tbe nucleus' inalruclqrB. He; will meet1 these mcn'eyery day and In-' struct them In 'different Eastern Hockey Tangle Straigh- lened Out and Four Teams Wilt Compele Montreal, Nov. 2J. senior hoc- key league tangle was IInail7 stralght- out at a conference of tho clubs interested, when the National Hockey League, lo take the place ot the N'a- llohal Iloclcey Association of Canada, novr suspended, came Into osisteocc- The five clubs which operated lu the old body nro represented la the ndiv, but only tour will plij- this esason. These four aro Ottawa. Toronlo, AVan-l dcrers and Canadians of Montreal. I The Quebec club retains Its pfacc on the directorate of the-now body, and' Mitg Qulnn, who was named dlrcc-, tor of the club, has been elected non- orary president Fraalc CaJder, up to the Umo of its suspension secretary of Ibo.old assocJalJDD, was elccled to tho dual office of president and secre- tary of Iho N.H.L, The- solution- of tho difficulties which havo beset the senior hockey clubs in their pro scatcm activities was brought about by the acquisition of Lho Toronto Hockey-Club by o of Toronto Eportamen, who will place In charge, s. thoroughly' capable man- ger., fit is.-understood ,lhay iieg'otla- lons are golbE on at the pTUsent'.lLme irithrane oMhe best known and luont popular, sportanicn in Tofoiilb.'' Both' f, DENIES BUMOR Amaterdain, Nov. An official KlatomcnL received here from Berlin denloa a. rumor attributed to London lhat Von Ludendorft first. quartermas- ter general of the German ramy, hail gone lo the Russian front wilh a num- erous staff. It Bays that Gen. You j Ludcndorft la nt the western front- Tho Huntlngton, N. Y.( Trollcj Ob, has been granted Iho right to In- crease I la fares Lo six cenLa. SOT- cral other like concerns are alsa; ap- plying for the right to charges. sllBbt kROWlcdje of boilne, are strong pliysi'cally End quick wilh Iliclr Bauds' and'fMl.' These two hundred will-.be assigned nlng _ In about two weeks the tournaments begin in the contests to plckitbe champions. gle game with 61.; Tho.neit Ve on Friday, Tigers Ions. Tonight the practice teii-jrin. match Trill, take place, rrbin players will be chosen lo represent more Toronto is'compelled to band Hamilton femora of the year, the yellow and_black col- ors ol the Tigers downed .the biue'and while, of the Capitals' In the game that decided the championship o( Ihe 0. R- F. U. on Salurday... For half Ih9 Capitals put np a merry u'alilo, bnl when.lt came to a pinch In the la: t thS Tigers simply walk- ed nil over the Capitals as they pleased.- Tigers won on their.; merits, as they liad tho Hugby mater- ial, comprising several pliyere tint ___ _____________ _ _ bethbrldge In the championship ot ,have In previous years to make Western .Canada niatchesl-lo be yellow and Hack colors respected on Dec. Following, are the scores of.last night's.games: ria, NOT. Spanish dor, according Ip the Prirda, Bolsherlkt organ, has refilled tori ,io Uie :nl BoUi 1 fo an of Us action ID _ tlce and peace He prom- .hla'goTe..rnmeiit. Freeatone' Cartler'.. Mercer Kane LJecombe Jennings "26 ;.2G 3D 46 95 i per :cmt of the empUon M -far upon by'trlbvnali In have been according to ollUlned at the registrar's office. To a total of tod 1HI J.- jusit Radiator and Hood Covers How jNo-Glare Lcnies? 1. 185 197 Si 66 27 21 2n 31-ill 35 on the nughy field; They have in Me-'. Kelvy, the Jiest half haCk In the garde, I while Hrie names of Bnrion, Slqwc, j Drydes, Myles, Catfrey, and- Fisher have appeared on other famous Tiger line nps. :The Capitals dW well, with a team.that had very HUle senior experience and ''Dabb" Dye, the little hall back, secured near- ly'ah even break with the famous Mc- Kelfey'on ihe day! -The 0, B.'.P. U. are to.be congratulated oil the success ol thelrk intermediate sfriea; that, pro- vided some real good Rugby, In spile of IHe1 fact 'that the war Carried-away most of the alars ot the last fire years. Totals' 155-5J3 Bijou Motor Parlors VHC Mpuit OF iiRVice' j LETHB.MINI; ALTA. j J FIFTH LETHB.MINI; ALTA. MAJESTIG NEXT TODAY N1GKT i. NOVEMBER 30TH MAIN BOUT AL. Of-.Le'thkridfe Nor. Ae despatch to the Sun from Beaton says: "Battling New._York Itit nlghl won. the decision orer Bill Bnmmu at- Chicago In thflr (welre roind bout It.wai their third (a thli cfty.v flnt WM a draw kid Bmman won "BrennaH -wu Mow nomfl form lajliltkt. ike fourth roond'be hirl Mi left hand by hooking K Ttgoronslf A turned Montreal, Nor.; Ml tree br tho Morganlialloa of-the N.I II. A. and Ihe elimination of, Quebec I will be disposed ot u follows: McDonald, and Marks go.lo itn 'Joe Hall and Waiicr Mnmiaery go Harry Mnmmery and S. Johnioa go to "RUfty" Criwtord goes to' otuwa...' added to .Chicago 007 V handicap, yet for flnt six rbinds Ihe polnls ,wert elgtith and nlflll showed Ltrlnnky coni Ing strang- er and .he eadfd like a .whirlwind, far ,the .rathtr. Uiaa once M lha. bottr. oinal. caution WM replaced sttstei the' i BUI." Match Ross vs. Moore SEATS ARE NOW SELLING AT ALEXANDRA HOTEL STAND AND-'ALBERTA YOUR SEATEARLY- TAKE CAR v-rdo not neg iect the tattery in yonr automobile.' In order to give the best 6f service it.should be inspected at rego- far intervals by an wH do this Sor'jpa, pot ,WBter m the cells and give- yea entirely Arfomobifc Startmfr r 'J-iii aldnaio batttrr, .'liil iTery'motorirt I who iJetiapda a Tud Berrloa trill eiplain I'M -jmiions pabB of writ to yea'at r .Of ROtrtffiS TEN JOE flAFlRY PILLHfG 'OPPOSITE t- x lM.i. 322'SIXTH STREET S. K- 13uy your share in Victory Buy Victory Bonds. Owing to the Increased Cost pREi.iin.NAHr ANDY aUEEN Vi. 1AM FITZPATRICK JFOLEY -V TRADE 'Nor. Hat Charlei of the Chicago, tfadooal league' clnb, had practically taeifMt4 an important for Iha, exctMKs of I. (laher. of was" eMfiraed. kera by him, bit It uM that the of the 'and Mayeri1 btrotred: wttmM Wade vntll.after ihe PROQRAM EVER OFFtRtO THE SPORTSMEN Of, ALBERTA.. Main tiw 11-M now fm Mt at niffftt Albert. Htttl and the irifficulty m securing 'same, also the incrrasey cost of manufacturing owing to -..labor- conditions, Ghevrolel. Motor Ctxnpahyv'pf Canada, Limited, in other autoinobile companies, finds it necessary to announce a change in price. v 'To be effectlte iiil, Prices' of varbas modeta Modd 4MA J. IF YOU WiifT.to VLA'ciT'ybuR ORDER -V 6P .UNION RANK HARRY ;