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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta P^r.p, six the LETHBnroGB DAIL'Y IIERALO MONDAY, APniL 20, 10IK BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus  anB^eo Out TONt�iHT At>^w;rooo a'-.k kit wife coolo JOiM >fCX�' luteuu me**. \ wamt \60 to comu. to f�>>r house:- BASEBALL BOXING RACING SPORT HOCKEY GOLF BOWLING i Baseball On The Inside 1MITCELL E Loral Fans Surprised and Re-t'ise Opinions of Ability of Gunner Ross Tiif nioro one hear.-; about tlio Harrison-Mi-Goorty battle at R;i-(inc. Wi? . last Friday night, the Kreatpr is the surprise tliat l,#th-bridge for two seasons boasted a rnittarrist or the calibre of Young Al. Ross, now Gunner Ross of the TstU Depot Battery. For details of the figtit at Racine, not received over the Herald wire, show tliat Harrison put tlie greiit ^^(� tloorty down for the lount of nine in the third round of tiieir ten-round draw. The hundreds of fans who saw Phil Harris in and Gunner Ross go ten rcunils here on Jniiiiary ninth did a quirk change stunt in their estimation of the bouts they .=aw here las: H-inter when liiey heard of Harrison's wallop. The reports show that after .Mc-Goorty recovered from the blow-he fore in and evened things up. He had to He Is out for the TRlddlewefght championship of the world and he has to gave his reputation. Harrison is comparatively unknown. He hasn't met many of the big fellows of the dlriiion as yet. McOoorty is really the first man of outstanding calibre that he has met. and he Bhawed up like a comer. In his bout with Gunner Ko�s here. Harrison showed everything, science, speed and an ability to hh with both hands, be-IdM an amazing coolness in the ring. That Ross, out of condition �H he was to qieet such a battler, wai able to auy ten rounds wltltout once ioin( to the mat, marks the Liethbrldge hoy as a l>et!rr Kr-�ppl>'" ti'.aii !!.� f. lis hef' 1.". 4 believed him 'nc 11; :; - 4 1 : llsrrison niaii*- liiLiiiy frietids 4 l** while lici!' lor lii,. I'out m. i h Uoss. and tiiey thick tliey wijuld be only * * ;* i � Ij Iti 1 too pleasrd to come bac li (or a Oti' 1- match with a pc'd boy (lurini; - stampede week Ih.it s i po.;.,i To', 1 ... M tiility at any i.'.tc .ui i ;' tions arc fav,>rabo' .1" ih .\' 1 til.' creen- ar- lai>i. th. .0,,;: fans may ica.-o:;a:i!> �xpc, : t|i,' lairuay h. s been roiiod aiul the (kUir^c mate 11. is III fine �oii.tition, \\'it:i a go )d lain 1* v. ill be still fiiither iiniM-oveil. a- Keport- from t'alK'iry n re th.if Illt> ft.-OllIl i nil! I '�n be nii;. li f ,nii-v loiiuie Tail is tnr.Mit on retur-i- the b all will pc- liett'T (I Ork ............... Bos'oii .................. Cliiladelphia .............. I'hic ago-St hoti^'-. grounds Sunday Games. .-i' Ixmi.-. .\prii 2^ --Collins unii Jai'k.-on buncl'eil two of the five liiis off Snthorn wi'li a sacrifice fly in ; tiie ninth .nning today and Chicago j won from St. LoUis 2 lo 1, Score: I ('hi(agi) ...... niiii t>\ ncl-2 : 4 !i 2 S 4 7 1 r, 4 s When the H*t Days Come You'll be Glad you Bought a 1 Saturday Game* I .\i Brookhii- i .N'civ Vork .............. , Brooklvii .............. 1 .-M Citt-; I,U1>" - Cincinnati............. ; I'ittsburK ............... ' .\t Boston^ riiiladeljihm ............ [ ; Boston.................. i St Louis................ I Chicago ................ Sunday Garnet CiiHinnstti, .Vpril 2ij -Poor ficldiiii; I I by Cincinnati Kave St. Louis todays wanie whieli was featured by the first iiriple play of tlit season. In the ^ ;'*>�" inning Smith singled and went to ^ I third on -NielioffH hit to right Uaird �an hit rluiri)ly to (Iroh, who threw to Lee .MaiTi'C, fordnn .\ii-hiiff ut Hecoiid and the ball was relayed to first base in lime to retire tlm batter. Score: St, Louis.......(�()0,ooi,:)n -4 J) 1 CiniintiBti..... 1110,000,01-2 Li :i (Called end of eighth, raini. ( Sherdell and (jonxules,; Schneider I and Allen. fiffsburK-Chicago, poslponcd, rain Won Pennant For Phillies in I'.K.') and Kept Them .\lways In the Race A i-e-.i.w i^- Cro-,, (';�.. iand .\h X .111,1'T- jei'c hiiiK H'co:'il lor ;:ie last 1 -�V ye.irs show that li" was th" one I'ltz i:.!in,-;:iy of the I','Hies .Mex-ar.i-r iitih",! his tinal ;.MUie yester-li.iy i(e don- kli.ikl toil ly in iii> tirst Year rt-> a I'liiladelidiia pit. .ler, Alexander pitch d hi- team into fourtii !>; ice. The next year the 'e.ur. t:i-,;-!o il liftii, the y. ar follovving i' ve.is ,1 i;oi;i! .-econd. and Ilie-n it drotipe.l M si.Ttli, 'I'lie I liillios c.lUie lun k s^ioiij; in I'M.", wh 11 .Me.x.inder iion the pen uaT i,.r tli.'ii;. this lu ini; tiie first !' Miaiit ii Phil.uielplii.i , lull 11,,d ever won 111 tlie .XiUioni'l leai;ui , Tile following l:il);c ill :iionslrates just now valuable Al(.\.ui4er was to ills team. It is a coTiitKii ison of the year.- and the leaiii^ record I'iiiladclphia , , 7 .-.S2 4s.'. .4,'. .\lexs inarcin ove;- (he Phillies, Ills .Mexaiuler beat Cincinnati twelve straight games He started winning ironi tlu-ni on .-Vuit, 2."., l"ir., and had w.in an even dozen games whcti he lo-t to Maity's Reds on June 17 after a twelve-inning durl with Mike llegan, a rceniit pitcher .Vlex's l)est 'trinR of win3 over the Pirate- and the i .iniiiials is eight each; lie took seven in a row from the V.raves, six siraigtit from the (Jlants, fi'e from tlie Culis. and four stniight from the Kcbiiis, .Mex. has lost four straight to the '^: , onsecullve string of victories was in l.'i:;. when he came through with ten straight wins. This reciird was equalled by Slim Sallee for the Giaurs lu.st year. .Mex wiin seven in a row in litll, and repeated thi- in l!t]2 and l^H. lie won nine straighf It Ittl."!. five straight in litlii, and rang up eight straight last season. The worst lo.slng streak that .Mexaiuler experienced was in 1K12, when he lost five games in a row; he dropped tour straight in 101 :i, wiiile during llio other years he had loslnic streaks which lasted for three gamea each year. (By Billy Kvansi Law! sniniiier I biimi so with the Braves, ul though be was hopeful a change of scenery miKht prove benefii ial. Kd Walsh stanils out as one of lh A nieot'ni; of all inlerestod ^ owi,iig will i>i> held in  tbe board of trade room On- 4  TucBday evening, April SOtll.  ase. He had a move to first huso that constantly bud the base rimners up In the air. With Walsh working and the famous Hilly Sullivan catching, the opposition seldom took many chances on tl-.n bases. As Walsh put It. ft took a lot of base hits to niake oven a single run Willi hliii pitching, three, al leant, lo use his own words. That ublUty lo hold the runners on is most essential. Is proven every year. Many recruits lireak into the majors who aeem to have plenty of speed, a good curve, and ability to field, yot are unable to stick. When runneru get on they run wild, and in many t^asei tbe pitcher, in an effort lo get the ball over, loses much of his stuff. It la a common expression In baseball that u pitcher has luts of stuff until runners get on, then loses It all Also It would H�am that Walsh talked wisely when be Huid bis greuteat asset was bis watihing of the bases, Hlthough It must be admitted he hud the other assets lu the pitching Hue. ARE VERY BOSY Areh .Mitchell of Ihe Coiil.iale nu. sc-ien, has received the follow iiut letter from his son Jim, who is with the Canadian fories at laiis He says these are busy days for the Canadians: France, April L-^i. l!i|T Dear Mother and Father: Tills is .Monday- could not net a chance to write you until now and even now 1 can't say very much, of course. We have been mighty bu.-y boys for a while back -are beginnini;: to get an odd wash and sleep now. thank goodness. Pete was missing for a Ipn� while, but is now reported with antdlor div isioii. which Is O. K. as that division is on; resilnfr, llavi? polished off more Heinies these days than 1 ever dreamt of he fore, although be comes bai k. and has taken toll of us. .My gas respir.itor saved me a ihlly one yesterday- got a new rc>spirator today .\bsohiteIy no mall for quite a while a few Blighty letiers beginning to tiiikle in. HtiWBVer, thiiigs will 1 oon be normal, .^�ol)ody is much alarmed over here, and one thinji. we are luanaginj.': lo quite a bit of grub, so we are jake Certainly plenty ot uJveiiture anyway Heard trom Incle .-Mex. He seems in Mood trim. Spring i.s making up Phlox, hyiic intlis. etc. etc, also jiink blossoms coming out; paconies and iris poking their heads out also. Snowdrops and daffodils about over, .News over here is pretty contradictory so you can let us know what is going on. eh? Ono year ago yesterday we landed In France. It bun been u long, busy year. Ml say, but not so bad on the VI iiole. Well, must quit. More next time, perhaps Don't be alarmed if my mail is irregular, it Is bound to be. Yours will I oiue through eventually. as tlie iiunilier ar,- recruileil, .Ml men are lielnr >:ent 10 KeKina for traiiiiii�{ iiiid expect lo go overseas during May These men all �o as U N U'.M.P. un-ib'i' their own officers The nieiiilieis of tlie I, (). O, V. attended the Metlioilisi church Sunday eveiiiiiK. and hec.rcl an excellent ser-nioji from U .V Liinii.s, mi brofhei luiod .Ml- Newiome. who has inK made for the big drive for funds for }hls i work on May 7th, Hih and 9tb next wetk. and Macleod district will no doubt keep up their name for assisting this great cause, that Is so iro Iiortant to our boys in the trenches. What might have been a bad auto (leeident oci'urrod 8aturday evening at Ihe corner of 20th HI. and 2nd Avenue, 'vhen Ihe Hudson liny Co delivery, to uvolil a colliaion, ran his car Into the telephone office, resulting In only slight damages to his and another car. Fifty Raeruita Around the R. N. W M. P. barracks things are moving u* in other daya, fifty rocrultf> have been taken on, and the first iquad of forty men left Monday. Another lot will be sent as soon he.ivier ihaii ilie.'- did in the slormiim" of Kemnie! Mill Tlio French at Locre and the Hrllish at \' iiii! iiioveiiieiii which till' enemy now seenis to be � FOR THE WEST � Ottawa. April 27.-The Can- * S- ade. Food Hoard lias received > advices from (be Pacific. Coasl ? J> that the trawlor Carrulhers re- ort with 120,000 pounds of et- as landed. This fish hua been ^ em Canada as the reauK of ar- ^ ^ rangcments made by the Can- ^ adu Food Board. udon, April 27.-Dr. Von Seydler, the Auatrlan premier, has for the sec on4 time presented his resignation, according to an Kzchange Telegraph diapfktch from Zurich today. The premier la (|uoted ua aayirg that be deaired to quit office aa 141 lound the aitua-tlon uBteaable. THE NASH SIX Perfected valve*iii-he�d motor. Value car^ at volume prices. These Models Now on Display. BAALIM MOTOR CO. HOMC OF THB CHIVROUKT BACK OF UNION BANK HARRY HOLMAN. M|h 48 ;