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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta "^^nv, SIX THK LETHBBItH'tE PAll.Y HKRALD FniDAY, APRIL 26, 1018  * BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. McManus BASEBALL BOXING RACING SPORT HOCKEY GOLF BOWLING WHAT DOES BALL Will It Be Financial Succeas Or Failnre?-Difference of Opinion I Dan;i'!. in .sew York S in i New York. Apr:! J4 - >Vhat does this baseball season hold in ^'ore iitv lis-for th�� fan. for ibe club o-.vnpi-. for tho player, for all America? Four out of five men in the street tell u^^ that thlc 1? to be a major league i;im paign of financial ill suvceg?. The> holil out that the opening of our -lec-ond year in tba war, with our troops Mctually enca��d in flKhting the Hiin. And* tlie Amerlraa publii- so de>>piy 'ncrusfied iu the world stniKgle thai It will pay only scant attention to the doings of the ballplayers. We beg to differ with the 8rt per cent We take our stand on the aide of optimism, not because we believe in blind hurrahing ]U8t for the sake of hurrahing, out because we think that, taken all in all. thi* season iB bound to prove iit least ad succes.^ful in every w.iy as wa� thai of 1917 Tis true thai the campaign will be fraught with great uncertainty, but if wiil be mainly on account of that uncertainty that success will hnish. but � as a matter of fact there is absolutely | no way of making a prediction that; f>ven borders on .-.ccuracy. .\ player i picked off hfvp and there nvernlghi , lor the national army, and the lid what a Yaat difference just one player will make to a team! Take Alexander off the Cubs and you liave only a commonplace combination, not , on.' whi' beltiT '.lian fmir i.r ;iv-' oth-' ir NatlonaJ le.igu- tf'am-i l.eivc \ ; ; ander with iliil) and yo'.i liBve a' i pennant ion'on!lor Tak-- Mornsliy ..t{| the Gfanfs. Oroh o'.( tin- Hcls-noi alij I at the same tin.c. 'uit a' d'fenvit jjcr-iods-and >!)ii have po'*.-:l>,'..ti's for the crcatest rai any Icasif vet has; ^ seen i .As for th" fin.iiiiiai >iilc of 1kis�-' I ball, we boH"v ; worse than it di'l last s.Msun in atijr ; vi"l A~ .lniiii K Ti'ti-t r. presi.leiit of th*- .N.iiioiial l"ai?ii(',; ; .-aid yesterday, ha-eliall i- i'.-s,>nti.i;;y ' ja war game it lias iuul itr~ periods of J greatest progres.- dtinnj; and after I wars, anil '.t is a same to the call of j whii'h any people engrosj'^d in war is ^ i sure to respond We are a people of: buoyant spirit and our (uMvancy is j bound to be felt in our sreat Auiei-j lean game, Tonei took heart from the j fact that Jti.eijii nirned on- tin; other day to see fh-^ ('arJinals and Hrowti.-, j play in St. Louis. SLIGHT OF BUILO IS JESS BARNES (iunt'. 5 Score. ' Washington .. . eiii,ii(i;!,ou' -7 17) 4 .New Vork.....I'OMHO.Oln-.-, ,s t) 1 Harper. Shaw and AInsmith: Culd-well, Love, .Mogridge and Hannah. d-stir,. .1 i-.irii til in li.s share j r�ii you know that i ;s possible to '>!ay In lioles thesp evenings after dinner and complete ihe round in Hond light" The extra hour is a (.i'lMi boon to the K.ilii ;  PENNANT WINNERS OF ouis are six limes, and he^d the list. � The Boston Red Sox come sec  ond with five flags. Chicago  third with four and l>etroit  fourth with three.  The .New York Yankees.  Cleveland Indians, St. Loui.s ^ Browns and the Washington ^ Senators have yet tu win the iougla.s of the Cuhs In this renpeci, | Dougla.s taking part in fifty one con tests. Witli a rather loose fleld:nK team behind him, Barnes was un.ible lo compile a record hotter than iKL' iu the mutter of games won and I'm. but his average of earned runs allow ed per nine inning game wa:4 Mis, which is rather a tredltatlo one This mark was belter than that achievid by Rube fJenton in thirty-five gamen and lit would seem that Barnes, with a tnani like the Giants behind him, ought 1� hang up a very fair record tills year. Til" Prince of Wales, wiio ;.- i'titroii of tlio Welsh Ciolfins Iniou, whilst on � eavr from the front, took occasion to play golf frenuently at tiie royal course at f�orthcanl and aiso at Ogmore-by-the Sea He is vei y fonil of golf Indeed and plays u vciy fair game .A stoiy appeared a short while ago in i' e "Hrooklyn l-^le" about a cer tain doctor, wiio. while playing on a course that was hounded on one side by a small one-traina-day railroad, was confronted with a very important and very short putt on the 17th green At the wrong tiionient (for him� the train thundered by, and the putt wa.s inisseil. (ireat Caesar," he cried, among other things, Tlld anyone ever see so mtich iratlir on a railway?" Philadelphia. April 2.5, - Phihidel | phl.i's three piti hers were wild today and Boston had no trouble winning > Mo 1 Score: 1 \ PoBton.......111.020,001-r, 12 0 j Philadelphia . . . OOO.OIIO.OIO-I 9 1 \ I Mays ai!d Agnew ; Adams, Fahey I I deary and .Mc.\vojr. j Detroit, .\pril 2.'>.-Playing a team' I made up of mostly substitutes. Cleve i I land won from Detroit today 8 to 4 | : Score: I Cleveland.....110,120,012-8 ir. 2, Detroit.......0�0,0��.22li-4 S 1 Coumbe and O'Neill; Flnneran. Hall. ; Kallie. C. Jones and Stanage rhIcago-St. Louis, postponed, rain. NATIONAL spoiisih'e for an intimation from the capitol tha' the s'lte safety commission would forliid the fight while the I'nited States is involved in war. The safny cuuiiiiission today listened to arguments for and against the proposed 1 ontesi and then look the matter under advisement. -No date was set for a decision. About lOO women. clerKvineti. attorneys and other persons from St. Paul and Minneapolis attend! I tho hearing. Spokesmen for t!ie delegation protested again.st tin- ficlit. Colonel ,1. c Miller, promoter of the contest, b:ul no now announcement to make tonight He waa quoted today as declaring that he would give $20,-!''io if he could shift his fight burdens to somebo'ly else's shoulders. .New Vork . Philadelphia I Pittsburg Cincinnati . . Chicago . . . , Itoston , . . . St, Louis . . Hrooklyn . . Won .. .s . . t. . . 4 . . 4 . . 4 b l.o.st. ii P.C I 1.000 ; .7.'iH ' KG)) : ..-,71 .r.7l -J.'a) I .'.41. I .oriii Pillsburg. April 2,".-In a game in which good pitching and brilliant fielding were features. Pittsburg op eiied the home season today by i feating Cincinnati 1 to o Cincinnati.....ooo.ooo.iino-0 Pittsburg...... 100,000,000-1 Schneider mid Wjugo; Miller S( hmidt. de- :> 0 and Ho.ston. April 2,').-Boston defeated Philadelphia six to five In a loosely played gamo today. Score t Philadelphia .. . 000,002.120-5 f> 4 Uoston ........ 000,400,20X-6 10 3 ' Tim up, Prendergast and Adams; I Xehf and Wihson. AUSTRALIAN fans DIFFERENT LITTLE CHANCE FOR TITLE GO iUcaue tht Drnriof Compartment it Ventilated. Bijou Motor Parlors Limited THI H�UtB OF MltVieB PirrK TIIBIT MUTH . .. tITHaillOOe. ALT^ Organixationa in Twin Citie* Actively Oppoaed to Fight. St i'aul. .\liiin.. April 2*; -'I'lie feeling persisted ill I lie Twill Cities I toniglii (hat ihe .iroiiosed i-liaiii|doii i ship fight belweou Jess Willard and Fred Fulton will not bo held in St I'aul on the Fourth of .luly Active i)j)po�ltion from several or ganlziitlons iu the two clllas and liie announced determination of leaders of these forces to enlist htate-wld� suji pori was regaidod as the chief cause for pe,sliiiiKm in boxing cin;te�. It wan believed that this uppoattlou wa.'i re- in this country, when a boxer, wrestler or other publi,' personage does not f'liil f;ivor with tlie ( rowd he is liable lo be hissed or jci:red. They do things difl'ereiiily in .\Ms1r3lia, v.-e are in-forio"d- I'hcre Ili4y dIm- what is known as the 'raspberiv of the "bird.' A young s(r.i,,i>ei nuiv come into the arena and sho�. ir;.o One Au.sUallaii may turn to ni- m-lghbor and say, ".Shall we tjivo iiim the raHpberr>- The other nod , ar.d they start counting "Ofte, two.' and by tho time they reach ihroe it ha., liecome a mighty clioriiK. They go up to ten, which Indicates a knockout, and the boxer nilght as widl rdin, from the ring Tliey do the saiui- in the vaudeville house, Freqiiently they even go to tb" docks wip-ri an unpopular foreign star of nutii :.iit leaves on the bOat ^nd give hiui a i.iiov.ell 'rasp" tiieie. Chicago, April 25.-Timely hitting and poor fielding by St. Louis gave Chicago today's game ;i to 2. Score: St. I.ouis......010,0,10,001-2 8 2 chi. - New Vork scored their eifchth straight victory today but they had lo hat'le ten innings to defeat Hrooklyn six to five. Score: New Vork .... 010.200,101,1-H Hi 0 Hrooklyn . . . HoO.OOO,002,0-5 !t 4 Pejiitt. .Anderson and McCarly; .Maniuai'il. (.'riner. Cheney and Krue g'-'i'. PACIFIC COAST Oakland 11. 1; Vernon 0, ft, SucrmneiKo 2. lo, 2; Salt Lake 4, 12. 1. f.os Aiigehs 7, 11, 1; San Fram isco 6, 11, 4, (CoKTi�rngn rsoM Ftojrr Paoi) counicr-attack, Tliere slioiild have been a moon to asslisi the Hriiish. but the siiy was henvily overcast and a dense mist hung over the region According to prisoners the enemy had not aalidpaied further trouble from the Hritisli last night and were sitting snugly in their posliiims when Ihe storm broke. The (ierinan arlil lery had perhaps been lulled Into false seiurlty and was lioliig little shelling Bottle Up Hun� .\t the appointed hour the nritlsh gunners put down a sharp barrage and the British Infantry drovr for ward. The attaek was made from the southwest and northwest on Vil-lers-Dretonneux and these two forces drove in toward the Pasiern part of the town in a covcrging movement. As a result the Hritish bottled the town Hp. Thp Uritish infantry Immediately rushed the town and heavy htind to hand fighting ensued the bayonet being used freely. Six hundred prisoners were taken here alone and a great number of enemy were killed. Tho town was virtually (leared and today only a few scutteied pockets of tier-mans are in tho place. Some of them are still dug in along the VlUera-Ure-tonneux Marcel Cave Uailway bank-ment with muchino guns and these are causing some trouble but the ultimate extermination or capture is certain. In the Aquenne Forest, Just west of Villers-Bretonncux, one German officer and forty men had got a footing yesterday and they bung on until this mornlns. alHiough they were completely cut off. They surrendered today In a counter-attack a large,part of the old British positions about Villers-Brcfonneux were regained. Today those Germans who still remained in the bottle could not get out and their i oiiirades were unable to get In through the narrow neck to assist them. Tank vs. Tank During yesterday's fighting the fier-mans at one time got as far tis Cachy, southwest of Villers-Uretonneux, and Ibis represented their greatest advance. The tanks furnished the most dramatic chapter of the story of yesterday's battle. These ranks which the Germans employed for the first time, were bulky affairs with heavy armour and guns. The Uritish tanks, whiidi were thrown into the action to oftsei the German monsters, furniahed the first tank engagement in history. The main clash between the tanks came when the German engines attacked two smaller Uritish tanks. As might be expected one of the Uritish machines was dlaablod. The other being hard pressed by four or five of the big enemy tanks, one of the larger tanks which had observed the fight from Ihe distance, came rushing up and engaged the enemy It was a bnltlc royal, the tank guns blazed furiously and shells glanced from the steel armour In every direction. The Uritish tank finally got several shots home on one of the Germans ,iind put it out of action. This disconcerted the others and they fled leaving the Uritish lank with its smal-lei' (oniriide in possession of the field. Some of the most tolling work done by Ihe tanks was near Crecy. Here numbers of small and fast Brit i.sh tanks attuckud u luige concentration of enemy Infantry. Before the German.s were able to escape the swiftly moving monsters, were among them firing heavily into the dense ranks. .Many infantrymen were caught beneath Ihe machines and crushed The slaughter was fearful and tlu' tanks returned with their sides crimsoned. HARRY C0VELE8KIE THROUGH. Veteran Southpaw of Tigera Hat Lett HI* Speed. Del roil ---'i'igor fans are beginning to believe that Harry Oovcleskie, the veteran southpaw of Jennings' Jiin galeers, will not be available this Kea-.soii Adurdlng lo ret>ort8 Covey's fast ball is about as speedy as b'dUie f;i-cotte s itlow (me ( (u-elcskle himself Keems confident of being able to take liis turn on the slab, bill wbe veterans with the team �diake their lieads. They believe his urin has goon forever. With Cdveleskle out of the runnInK, lennlngs' hopes rest In what Wric Krickson will do if he uitquires a new move to first btise and Itlll Donovan is teaching that -Cuveleskle will not be missed so sorely. Ilul if Krickson remains merely a capuhle minor laaguer, the Tigers chaace of Hel�-Inf the iiuntlng will dlsag^ar with July 4. � , ^ . KILLED WHEN AUTO Macleod. April 25,-The four year old ion of J. Leeuvyrick, a farmer living near here, it dead at a result of the overturning of � motor car driven by hi* (later yesterday afternoon. While approaching home on a drive from town one of the tire* blew out and the car turned completely over. The boy died of concuMlon of the brain a few hour* later. MIta Leeuwrick suffered a broken arm and minor injuries. Tnie Shaving C�mlort Every man who uaea an AuloStrop Safety Razor is loud in its pialM. He's proud to own one because it ia hi* beat friend. It matters not how tender your face or how stitf your beatd. the AuloStrop wiil give srou a clean, com-forUble tham iu ahoit order. It it the only laaer en the market that aharpena itt own bladea automatically. G�araat��4> Saliafy Complete Outfit $5.00 AT ALL STOMI AutoStrop Safeljr Razor Co., Limited 50-1-15 Notice to Automobile Owners We wish to annonce that our HtoraKry buslneiis hat been taken over by (he Willard StoraKc Battery Service Statloa, 311 SEVENTH 8T. SOUTH, TELEPHONE 618, This station Is under the uiansgement of Henry J. Denln, ax-Ijert in battery work of all kinds. We assure you that ymi will rocelvi service from this orKunlzution. courteous and prompt BAALIM MOTOR CO. HOMC OP THK CHKVROLIT ACK or UNION BANK HARRV HOLMAH. Mgn / 64049879 ;