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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIS THE I.BTHBWDOR DAILY HERALD niUnSDAY. AUGUST 1. 1018 BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus FOR. I'M TO CE UUCSN OF 1 THE M' O.L NENCR asc to the plate on a passed ball ant {he umpire allowed ibe run, not withstanding protests of the Bartms players; also that, on another occa3 foul ball vras picked .up and thrown into play. 'tha the fact thai-it was so thrownsmade (he ball a fair one. onetonver sant trith." the rules of baseball know that both these decisions were con trary to the laws of the game. Fai umpiring would hate kit "the result at the the ninth innings, Bar ons 3, Lethbrldge 2, and the extr innings would have been unnecessary It Is a th'at rea almost-an Tnnfcnowir.quantity n the west Such, unfair treatment as he. above common, "pliyer In any of our games to admit an opponent's success and-allow liin-credit-for his he can be deprived of ft by unfair would je-'.considered absolute folly; and umpires (with exceptions, of course) loo prone to favor thoir home this spirit could be elimin- frbnVour-garaes there: would be ome teal pleasure in witnessing-cori- ests 'there is little hope of bat, we should, .at least, have a com- to'.whom an aggrieved te'am could appeaL Such a com- mittee, with-tha rules of the ,game them; ;could not avoid giving Tuesday's game to Bar on 3. BASEBALL RESULTS 3ostoa..... Cleveland few York Detroit Chicago St. Louis Philadelphia: AMERICAN Won. Lost. 59 37 55 53 VI 43 42 41 37 ,M 52 ol '52- 56 P.O. .615 .567 .558 .515 .453 .452 .441 .358 Writing in the Baseball Magazine about tho new men on some of the big league teams this year, W. A. helon says: _._ It's season for the hss-bEcn rho has chased, top soon, for the never ras who didnVget ah honest chance, or tho fears is own awkwardness, and the sub had doomed to ooat upbn'tne bencbJforever. Tako a at, IBB .new 11 these varying' tf note .the good vork they've been doing, and realize Chicago, July triple by Alns- mite followed by a single or Johnson In the tenth, gave Washington a 3 to 2 victory over Chicago. Johnson struck oat eleven men. Washington S 0 5 1 -Johnson and'A In smith; Shellenback and'Schalk. St. Louis, July; Through. PHONE 733 FOR THE' O.K. REPAIR SHOP and Small Machinery. Third Ave. GET TWO YEARS Bush's heavy hitting Boston was able to defeat St.- Louis S to 4. Bush drove in four runs. Score: 10 10 5ush and Mayer; Nuria aker. Detroit. July New 3rk divided a double header -today a visitors winning the.first 5 tc d the locals the second 6 to 2. Scol ?irsl ew York 7 trolt S Robinson, Mogridge.and Walters; iliio. Hall and Stanage. Second ew York C 1 elrolt 10 1 Hobinson and-- Hannah; alley, Cunningham'and Spencer. Cleveland, July. de- ate'd Philadelphia' 10 to 1 tojay. core: illadelphla eveland Calgary, July B...Putnam id W.. R. Wilson ,twp young men who pleaded guilty to the theft of an automobile -belonging to H. H.- Motley were eacfl-seuieucen to two years, in Jailr with hard labor by Davidson In the police, court ihii morning 'The two young men, one; is said by the police to hive recently comerto Alberta from-Chlcagor'am the other from took the car several weeks-ago, and toured rouni the province, visiting, among' pthe places, Cochraiie- and Lethbridgc according to the the] attempted to sell IL OF FOOD. lilcago ow YorV ittaburg hliaJelp incfnnatf rpolilyn oston t, Louis In arepishoTt of of th world's population is'now on fihor rations. SERVICE RATION HENRY J. DENN Proprietor Alt of Bitterin Charged and Repaired i 111 Tlh Street 8. Phone J Ctntral Repair Shop ALL OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND. CAREFULLY. Hauler Wttck Abtorbtrt for Ford Cirt. Phone 1023 324 11th Street South, W. H. Cowling, J. T. Hukhlnton r Five to Eight Thousand Miles and never off the rim. Some record for a fabric tire. Of course, it was a Michelin. Better try A 4 BIJOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. HOUSE low well Improved the franco" that the'gods of war sent to them. Notice' ho'w Ihe veterans have perked up, and how the raw kids are apering. Note how the discards bear hemselves. and h'oiv the last year's ubs are garrisoning their parts of he defense. It's no unpleasing story, and it's quite an epic of the only game. "Here's about tho way the "new type's 6E" jeen performing: NATIONAL' LEAGUE. Boslo'ri. Al Wickiand, who had! two big le'a- jue trials and never ;iasted long, hag jeen bitting terrifically for Stallings He seems to be the safest'and hardest hitting batsmen in the; game tho same Massey'who Was w-ilh this club last shown good allround quality as utility'iHa'n." Couway, a young-infielder, hasn't had much shovr but has- done -all jthat'J.waa assigned to him-In Jimmy, Smith, who has bobbed in :ajid.out of the big is. under Stallings' wing and doing he breaks.into a new pitcher, has'shown. w.ell when glvsn a.- big 'ert: ifnder, who has been-.qn tbj tit tarring, in the big; show.fcr sevferal is at last ojportun- ty, ArMW pitcher named Upham cuC in June 17, and.showed One of he big sensations his. been supplied >y Dana foung spltbaiter from tho American Association. This bird, up. to June IS, had won five games and loet two, both by one run margins, and' only seven runs lm-1 jeen scored off him in the seven bat- tles; Chicago. A real, unadulterated rookie, Short stop Hollocher, became one ot the stars of tho game from tho very start, batting savagely and playlug short with a speed and graca that left noth- ing to be desired. Turner Barber, a new 'outfielder, hasn't had much chance to. cut in. but has done nice work when given any opportunities a Chicago, semi-pro, likewise got small chance, but seems promts ing, and the same can be said oi Catchers Daly and O'Farrcll. Daly baa been in and out of the big works for years, never getting a real chance lu all Two pitchers. ker and who have been.'try 1 5 10 Adams, riefson and JjcAvoy; Sior- n and O'Neill. NATIONAL- Won. 'Lost CO 32 67 "36 48 '4S a i'. -4? "47 '40 50-' 41 B3 38' 53 P.O. .652 .E13 .527 .47 .461 .386 INTjEpNATIONAL LEAGUE Jersey City 2, Toronto 7. Buffalo 0, Newark 5. Second, -4. Buffa- lo 5. Syracuse 0, Baltimore 2. Second 4, Syra- cuse 1. Rochester 3, Dinghamjton 6. New York, July York and Ittahurg divided a double header here oday, New York winning nd :t'ltlsburg the second 1 .to 0 cores: ..O.H 6 few York 001 7 Comslock and Schmidt; Causey, and ilcCarty. Second Piltsburg .........100 001 9 0 New York 000 7 0 Adamg and Schmidt; Steele, pema- ree and Rariden. Boston, July defeated Boston today 5 to 4. The first game postponed on account of wet grounds. Score: Chicago ..........021 100 "0 3 Boston 'Hendrlx, Carter, Tyler and Klllifer; Rudolph, Ceorge and Wilson. Brooklyn> July iwp games scores ot 2 St. Louis ..000 000 001 000 10 1 Brooklyn ..100 000 000 000 13 0 Ames and Uonzalcs; flobertson and Whcit. 'Second t; Louis 002 7 2 Brooklyn........200 020 14 2 May, Sherdcll and Qonzalcs; Grimes and Miller. Cincinnati-Philadelphia, postponed, rain. ing to horn in and get famous hav. been given belter, opportunities with this season's Cubs. AMERICAN LEAGUE. The younger organization hasn' Jried out as many "new players" a the National, but has had pretty swen returnK from a flock of them, just-th same. Look over thetn and see: Athletics. Shannon, one of the Shannon Twins trieo at Bostor. two or three years, ha rendered excellent service, both at th bat; and. around the infield. Perkln: a has done nifty wor and .there is little fault to find wit McAvoy, another backstop, who ha In big league service tw or three times, and fa now gettin his re_al opportunity. Jleriin Kopp, ho had been trying to break in for1 couple of showing cle-' nt class when he quit to work in munitions factory. Dugan, who had good workout last fall, has made od as a regular infleider. one' of e stars. o[ the early, season, was :olt Perry, yie tall righthander who id a few minutes' trial last year with yeral clubsr Perry showed for .Connie Mack that the ostOE "Nationals urged an old claim r htm, and the of aseball awarded him to Stalllngs hereupon Mack a -warlike owl and took the case to court. Vean regg, supposed to be all In and done r. likewise pitche'd fine ball for the thletlcs and nobody "as yet alleged prior claim to his services.1 Cleveland. How wouK you class Joo Wood, any- or a Ixmdon, Aug. following par- iculars-aro available concerning ward of the Military Cross to tho ifirers mentioned, whose nair.es erdy have been Captain Elgar Douglas, .A.M.C., 'ar.i-ouver. He directed his rolay of eaiers under, heavy shell fire' ni-il hough i tied, remained on duly until relieved. Jjicut. William Wagh Dunlop, Van- couver.. When-I a charge of a work- ng party when a' ficrco bombardment vas opened and-all other working parties fell back. he. so skillfully dls- >osed Ills men that they sustained no casualties and succeeded in complet- ng task. Lieut. Join 'C.'French, M.M, Min- nedosa. When a machine gun battery md b.'en shelled from its position nnii he biltery comniaride.- killed, he rai- led tao crews. tah-Cil six of tlip gunr, tiro and got them into action again.- Captain Arthur Ellis Jones, Labot Battalion, Edmonton.- While thd bombs were falling, he went to the lines and removed a number of horses to'places ol safety. July Dan M0ell V b from SI. Louta .today by "in Si "J ni' to 1, and 7 lo 2. Scores: iiollon and n i nnn nan nni nnn m i "Oston, ana .23k in 1 AUTO .TIRES OF ALL SliES VULCANIZED By tho Famous Haywood System RE-TREADINO 4 REPAIRING j By Experienced Workmen, All work guaranteed. Spetfa mcnl for Rfm Ca R.D. RITCHIE '208 13th St. S. Opp. Burns of the Tigers hit .338 las season in (he.. Central Association and .333. the balance of the samc.yeai at. Detroit. Hal Chase'Ei American League baj ting record wag .267 in 1913 and In.WH also. George Gibson hatted .only .178 rtur Ing each o( Ills two years at PKfs Jn 1005 Buck llorzog hit .264 in 191B 1916 too. Sherwood Magee stung the liall fo AftS In both 1512 and 1D13. Stuffjr .Mclnnk had a record of .31 Injlho two consaeutlTO years ot 191 and. 1515. During hb iast two years in th American 1015 Slid baiter! 2J6. ,a36 In 1913" i 19U, with India apolls Weaker pltchln didn't help, Hank Scvcrnld, now with Ih Browns, batted .201 In 1910 at Otliim wo, went to the fieds in Iho Nation League, and hit .304 in (ast compan during 1911. 'George WhlllcJ poled Ihe pollct .281 In ISiS'anil [or JuH the same tl ura. In 191C. Some really "consUlent" bat.lln records: The rnalcliless Cohb, w! .368 In 1SH, .370 tn 1915 and .571- 1916. 'Sam Crawford in ft 1901: .334. .333 and .332 marks In su cession. Rabbit ;with 1S13, .246 In 1SI1 In 1015. George SicHrlcle, between IMS-a '.y2' ffi.Jtotset.ignttailftt .mark .232, .MS.'.226. v. Hnna Wiigticr from It 03 to 1SW, i 1907 1966 hat? The former star of the Red Sox Itching staff playing in the Cleveland ulfield, has shown that he can catch he flies as well as any one, and- lias een 'doing some corking good hitting oo. Halt, a former Federal leaguer as helped out at third baso, bu isn't hit severely. New York. Jilllcr' llugglns uncovered a rea onder In young Thormahlen: This uvenile has pitched sotno glorious allrfor the Ymmuus, and with any ort of support would.hardly ever lose game. He Is unquestionably one of lie best ami brightest youngsters of ho year, and deserves nothing but omnlcnvutlon for his speed and alU around pitching. Hannah, -the sturdy Salt Lcke catcher, has done aplendM- y, nolh'wllb the stick and behind the iat. Finncran, a pitcher who has had rao or two trials, hasn't had much uck up to date. There Are .2000 Acres Which Ought .To. Yield at Least 15 Bushel Yields of wheat'in some of tho .lelds in the Leihbrldge district wll be surprisingly- largo thla" fall, in spite pf Ihq _oxifgmsely adverse wea .her Chas.'Karie. bjr-Iroh Springs brqilgh' ,o the Herald o'ffice today a sneat o ivlieat ivKich 'looks 'easily good for 15 3Ushels to_the acre. It is from ill nephew's rfarhi says thero arc 2000 acres of just such wheat througl tho Iron Springs district. vas well the crops havi 'Hied wonderfully, .each head betni filled to tho good nokm wheat that ought to grade No. 1 vhan hardened and threshed: Cutting will start -in that dlstnc very sborlly, in fa6t, the -binders ar ready to 'go Into the fields now. "1 firmly believe, and alwa'ys have, said "that the man who cu livaics hjs dry land, well, and prope ly, will have some kind of a crop eve year. This wheat looked a few week ago as if there' Would not bo a shear o It fit to thresh. It Is easily goo for 15 bushels DISCHARGE GERMANS Farm Employment Organizations.. Each' province in Canada has Its or- janfzallon to enroll those who are willing to. help on the (arms. .Make enquiries, and get In touch with your local" officers. Amstfirdim, Aug. Tele- say! .that .as the American government has prohibited trade wlth.Dutch East. Indian firms em- ploying 'Germane, plantation en- terprises there are gradJalfy dre- char'glrig the Germans In ihefr ser- vice, i Florsheims "-THEY WEAR LONGER. RIGHT. BETTER. SHAPE. NO FOOT TROUBLES. COST LESS IN THE END. In buying shoes remember that val- e- Is measured by the satis fa c (Ion re- eked in.Gtylo, fit and service, not by 10 thousands wear jp Price Louis Keel 318 FIFTH STREET Of FASHION.CRAFT CLOTHES AND THE At a, special meeting 'ol the Leth- bridge Trades Council held lost evening .the following resolution was passed, same Lo.pl-icVd .on tho find published the press: -the -.Lethbridgo Trades and Labor Council, at a spec- ial meeting hold-on'.the Slat July, go on. record as being in entire sympathy with the :Letter Carriers .and Postal Clerks In lliclr present: stands prepared to render ail assist- ance possible." Y .In Paris, beef can be obtained-'with illfflculty and costs GOc'.-a'pound or more. In Italy-beef sells from T.9c to veal "iOc. Best White Cooks in the City AT THE TheiilverGrill 4th Ave. H. The Nash' Beautiful, Comfortable. DISTRIBUTORS Baalim Motor Company of Unym Bank Throw Yoar Old Tires and Tnkei in Our Red ;