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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE DAILY HR5ULD WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1918 By G. Me Mantis "BRINGING UP FATHER YOUR; WIFE. GE Xl. IN A, LITTLE VMUJE SHE IS FROM -DO XOO KNOW THE TICKETS Score 10-4 Was Spoiled by Only Bad Here Soon Lethbrldge ball team journeyed to Barons' town celebration on Tuesday evening anil .stacked up against the Yulcan team for the second time thli Vulcan won, 10 to 4, bat the game was better than the score Indi- cated. Scott pitched the game through and outside tbo sixth inning when they touched him rather bard and when the locals collected three or four boots, airtesulting in live runs, the game was a good one. Scott polfched off several of the heavy Vulcan sluggers, and walked only one man. didn't score .till the fliith'wben-they got two.- They added one in the BBT- J enlh and "one la the ninth, local outfielders' gobbled them Alto- gether the Birdhs people -were well satisfied with the inhibition. The ihio-up: If, Evans Sb, Jackson 3b, cf. Pvtter Ib, Kennedy it, McLem rf, O'Connor c, Scott p. Sb, Godfrey 3b. Buck- ley is, Gibson Ib, Lewis Scbroeder rf, McCabe U, Leidbetler rl, Drown p. Score br Lethbrldge..........000 052 4 Vulcan ___...___...ZOO 016 In the afternoon game Carmangay best Nobleford H to 3. RESULT Boston iflll' play on He local Cleveland AMERICAN Won. ..62 59 Played Lacrosse for 34 Years Great Record of "Dad" Turnbull EToneBs nait Trcefc rchila making a Washington tour ot Lomond, Lethbrklge and: New York CirtlstOD. j Chicago St. Louis Detroit i Philadelphia Loft 40 44 44 43 5S 54 57 5S .005 .57.1 .560 .455 OUR BEST "AD." IS NOT PRINTED You're It WESTBROOK BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal "Tha Sanitary Shop" THE PALACE GARAGE, AND REPAIR SHOP QUICK AND SATISFACTORY REPAIRS. FULL LINE OF ACCESSORIES TIRES, TUBES STORAGE W. S. Cook E. E. 306 Second Ave. M5 PHONE 733 FOR THE O. K. REPAIR SHOP and Small Micfi S17'.Third'Ave. Aug. resig- nation of John K. Toner as presi- of the.' Nfttlqnal Baseball LtiQua was received hereto-day' at National League headquarters. VETERAN PLAYER INJURED. 'Toronto, Any. 6. Jact who severely. Injured te iistnrday's la- jame'betTreen si. Catharines and John the vet- eran, who once played -with Cornwall. Whltfi'.is; In Cine hospital scffering from tiro broken ribs and a punctur- ed luBgi According to Referee Wag: borne, the blow wai accidental. I Cleveland, Aug. de- feated' Washington in the first game j of tha series 1 to 0 la ten innings, i Score: Washington II 0 Cleveland 1 Harper, Malteson and Aituuiiih; Bagby and OTfelH. Chicago, and New York fougM fifteen innings today and Chicago won 5 to 4. It was a hard, game all the way. Score: New York 11 4 Chicago.. 12 1 Robinson, Sanders and .'Hannah; and.Schalk- bases on balls, twr> errors by Kallio and a sin- gle gave Boston three runs in the tenth inning today and a 7 to 5 victory over Detroit, Score: Boston Detroit ANDY REPAIRS RADIATORS ALL WQRK .GUARANTEED. REAR-DALLAS HOTEL (UpvUIrs) (A. Garvey In Vancouver Pro- vince.) Forty years ago a ruiltjy cheeked lid tat on tho rails surrounding tho Toronto athletic fields and watched the lacrosse giants of that day per- form, woudorins whether sonio day lie would get his chanco to (ill their shoes. To-day the youngster of '7S U completing a lacrosso career that ex- tends over thirty-four years, a record in point oC service not only In our national gamo but In all other branches o[ athletics In tho Dominion. It has oft heen said that a inan is just as old as he feels. Assuming this to bo correct, Alex. Turnbull, of New Westminster, the lad o' '7S must still be a young man. a sobriquet wished on him by the writer many years ago at a time ivhen tho veteran'was said to be preparing to retire from tbe athletic field, and by which he is more familiarly known to lacrosse lovers., ranks to-day as Can- ada's most remarkable atblete. ond the sunny "side of tbe halt cen- ilry mark, by just how many sura mers he refuses to say and we do cot iropdse to hazard any uuesses, Turn lull Is to-day thirty-four years after lie first broke into senior company till playing game, one of the most sirejntous ot all outdoor lastlrues. years n the majors established by Lajole and others'fautTwh'en compared .he wonderful record of the New West minster stickflsndler.. That he ha jlayed lacrosse yoars 1 had ft chanco forty yeara ago to played by real stars wbo laycd for tho love of tha sport, aud thletlc history Ehowa that tho intches of that period were more hot- 1 contested than modern day hat- les. By the time TurnbuH was old nough to bo permitted to stick his noso into a dressing room such stars .3 Baldy Carmlchael, Johnny Ureu- i an, Schofield and Dinor, of Toronto; Tansll and Shamrocks; 12 2 4 2 Slays and Mayer; lio and Stanage. St. Louis, Aug. bit the' ball opportunely today and defeat- SL Philadelphia "SL to 4. Score: 11 S 0 Jomieson and McAyoy; Sothoron, Houck end Nnnamakcr. SERVICE STATIQJT HEWRtTDENN Proprietor t All ol Charged Repaired i 311 7th Strctt S. Phone AUTO TIRES OF, ALL SIZES VU1LCANIZED Br tha Pdmcrai Hayirood Sjitmi RE-TREADINQ I REPAIHINQ B7 Eiptrlfincsd WorkmcD. All meat (or'PJrn Oat Kepatn. R. p. RITCHIE St. 8. Off. Ellison Mllli CgBtraj Repair Shop ALL KJMDl OF AUTO REPAIR RK HAMbLID PROMPTLY AND OAFlEfeULLY. tkr' for Fun! Ctn. PfaoM 1023 11tfi Lalhbrldge, AHi. H. Dowllng, J. T. Kutchlnton Chicago New York FiUstmrg Philadelphia Cincinnati Boston Brooklyn St Louis NATIONAL Lost.. 65 63 51 44 42 44 42 23 33 40 45 51 52 55 53 61 P.C -C63 New York! Aug." York de feated Cincinnati in the first ?arae o the series here today, 4 to 3. Score: Cincinnati 0 1 OT 9 1 Ring and Wiago; Steele' and Me Carty. Boston, Aug. batted dows hard today and won from SL 10 to 3. -Score: SL Louis 3 10 t" so-remarkable as the fac ;hat he is playing the game Many stars wittf he playe years ago have Gassed lata'tlie Grea Beyond, others, have long since, r irerl from the roll by the daddy of -them all, tho j greatest centre lielder In Cup1 time and probably one of the greatest home fielders tho Boston 15 5 Meadows and Gonzales; Kegan and Wilson. Pittsbnrg, Aug. baited Predergast freeiy and defeated Phila- delphia today 10 to 2. Score: IHtiaburg v. 55 1 Philadelphia 2 7 4 Cooper and Schmidt; Prendergast i j j__-.'. and Adams. Brooklyn, Aug. defeat- ed -Brooklyn today G to 3, despite ex- cMIent work by Coomba. Score; 11 1 3 1 Tyler, Martin and Kllllfer; Coombs and Miller. known, plods along, taking his place regularly. In the lineup ol famous New WeslmlnEter teams. This may be his last season. lie lias not said so him- self, hut hD believes that with1 the game re-eslabllshed this year and the- youngsters interested la the sport, that the time is opportune for1 him to' hang up His stick. And it may be that when 1m does retire he will take with him much of the credit for bringing the national game back at a time whea the outlook was Tar from promising. Not only has the veteran no pears In the national game, but his record for length of service in senior company will probably never be eq- ualled In lacrosse, baseball, or any clher sport. The name of Turnbull will havo been written large and In- riellbly ia tho history ol the national game. Twenty-One Years With Royals. Thursday last the veteran slick- handler roundeil out his (wonly-tjrst year as a member or the ivew weai- minster club. He has played games without number -for the world's cham- pions and he has been ona of the main cogs (or many years In one of .he greatest lacrosse machines' that las ever graced an athletic field. Al- Jiough he started cut ..with ITio I tea !Ixed in his mind thai to ho a baeo- star wag to command tho attcn- :ton of the world, it woa but a short ;ima before the more strenuous gamo appealed to Win- A nalivo ot Ontario, )wyer, Barrie. Moore, 'ucker ot tbo Montreal and Hodson, Patterson, Archie Mao naughton'and Dob Cbeyne were play- ng the game down Bast. "And be- love me, they could play observed the'veteran as he recalled of the stirring engagements :hat IRhe. Turnbull, before he camo to tho Coast, twenty years ago, played In al- raos't every small hamlet in Ontario. !n those days It was customary for -he different towns to strengthen, their .earns for matches from players in olher places and Turnbull was one of the players who was frequently call- ed upon to make barnstorming tours, rtla first eenlor lacrosse was played In Toronto in_lS84. From there he weal to Paris, Ont., which boasted one at the greatest, learns that ever played the game. "Dad" started as player, playing point In front ofsbld Charlie Robinson ot the Paris team, la those days Indian teams .were num- erous throughout Ontario anrt Quebec and among the tribes which the Paris team played were the OndndaEas and Tuscaroras. Turnbutl got his fill of de- fence playing against the latter team, wnich' trot ted out a cnlefUiu weigh- ing 200 pounds. Turn'oull, never very .heavy" and not standing much over t as the years rive the big chief but took 'no chances until Charley Hob nson. planted his foot in tho seat ol Alex's trousers when the has ever Bearing :etn and advised the veteran to exhibit pluck or (here was no la croese futuro for.him. From that lime on Turnbull was lacrosse happenings. 'They bad a defence composed of McKenua, .Moore, Kelly, Illnle, Tucker, Wall, Dwyer ct and It was a'small army hi JtGeli. Trench warfare was mere play com- pared with a trip through their de- fence in thoso days. Anil the Ottawa Caps? What a ulco gentle crowd Ihey had. Tliero were- tho two Caraons, Crown, James Murphy, Turner, Kel- chum, who afterwards played In the west, and Johnny Powers. They were the cream of lacrosso let mo tell Gruelling Battles cf Past. "Tho hardest'ganio I ever played replied the veteran in reply to a query as to which In his long cnreer proved the hardest battle. "Well, the Sham rock- Now-Westminster 2-0 match in New Westminster years ago when the Irishmen mada their first, trip west was probably tho most gruelling 1 ever went through. The''two games against the Irishmen for the MIn- to Cup in 1902 were also strenuous battles. But for' good, hard, work I really believe that the scries of 139S >etweeu Vah.eoa.ver antl New West- minster takes tho prizo. The old Van- couver-team" with "Bouey" Suckling, 'Chub'1 Quigley the Quanna, tho Mil Joe -KeynoUls, Matt Harr, Ken Campbell, George Williams and Dave Smith was a tough one. They gave us some real battles and you knew Foil had been thr'ough a game after paying a gainst, them. Victoria, too also had a stronE-'tcam in those ilays Every fan, player .ordfflclal lias bis own jiisCwho'la or lias been the greatest player la lacrosse. "Dad' Turnbull hands tho'boquet to old Bob Cheyiie- welV known to. Pacific Coas fans afi'lhe greatest'goal-keeper jn thf history 61 wealern lacrosse. "Fo years Cbeyne' kept Vaucouve away, from- a, cbamplonship.; ready to tackle them. In Turn- bull was back In Toronto and played with the old Athletics in the C.L.A. From then until 1SD4 ho played In Brockvjlle and Perth and at that time played alongside the great Joe O'-" .Meara, "He was some player; they nsver made them any re- called'tho oldtime star. Dbherly who phiyed with Victoria in I89D, was also a member of this teantTIn those lays "ringera" were not lo acroese and It was qutto the order of hings for players to. jump hack and ro In the small towns. Among them were Charley Bank Paddy Foley (ShamrocksK, Dill Hart- ey Harold Lewis (Corn- O' Meara McVcy Whlto Turn- mil himself and a couplo of Perth Air is the Backbone of the Tire s' Are yours properly inflated? Drop in and let us lest them for you. This is a duty you owe yourself and your BIJOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. "THE HOU8E OF SERVICE" INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Buffalo 4, 8, C; Toronto 7, 8, 3. Newark 9, 15, 5; Rochester 5, 10, 5. Baltimore 3, 6, 0; Btoghampton 2, B, 0. No others played. HAMILTON HAS TEAM NOW. Syracuse, N.Y., Aug. Syra- cuse team in tbe International wae Turnhull made.his (leant in Weste lacrosse along to ward a tho fail of IS locating lirgf in Roftslarid, anil tai coralbg'lo Now." We'Btmlnsier. Tu bull was called on to checlc Dick Kelly, one.or the ejiepd iiends of ihpf time. Shamrocks also had a. star Eprln- icr en Ihelr teiin' in Tommy Moon; who was- like chain lightning. Tarn- bull no slouch on his feet WORTH UP TO Reduced to I At we offer two and three piece suits, of pure wool chevlolt, tweeds, homespuns and flannels In the standard "Fash- ion Craft" quality. A large as- sortment of summer weights, and many medium weights for year-round wear. The saving -will be most welcome to any size pocket book In this time of high cost. Louis Keel Stsifth Street Home of Fashion Craft Clothes T.he .Jflorsheirn Shoe A Good Meal Prepared and aerved by all wbUo help at A REASONABLE CHARGE You will always hare n "satisfy- Ing mSal al (ho TheSilverGrill Cor. 4tli A but Moore had an. edge. After he had run nearly to death. Kelly grabbed, the ball and started Sown field. When Turnbutl caught up vith him Moore stopped hisl racks, turned'_ and amused all with his.remarks you're Ue guy do say can run, hey? come, and iho way that fellow, ran, away from Turn- bull was a shnme. ISven "Dad" nrt- nllsv that Moore's speed made him ook fdbllfih, _ Turnbutl, like o'hor lacrosse play- i. has'becn tho target for flying slicks in many imporlanl bailies, and he carries to-day many ecars, mute evidence of what hns happened to him In different matchog. "1 guess I've got all that's coming to ms In Iho. of remarked tho veteran'1 an he.bared his heart and displayed a bald palo bearing the marks of hie slrugglea on tho lacrosia Prob- ably no other athlete so severely as Iho veteran, and he still in the game, while others' have handed it out with reckless ab- andon have long since gone Into re- tirement. Thirty-four years In and still playing! All of whlcbAahovvs what clean living and close.attention, to training will do for an nthtctc. Kather Time has beea good to Alex. Turnbull anJ lacropae -has' benefited. He may retire but when he does he aSv.-ays bci: remembered for what ho has" done for the national game. Marijr tfnies leading writers havo referred to'liana Wngncr, Lajole antl otlier diamond'performers as wondcr-k fill athletes because of twenty- two years Ihoy spent In major league company, nut wnai'.'oi record of Ihlrty-four yea'ra, ail of it in nenlor company, and with and against tho greatest leams, playing the gamo, and still at II? It IB a wonderful rec- ord, one that will never bo surpassed In any apart, We Carry a Complete Line of Motof Car Supplies Tires, all the Lest makes. Tire repair supplies and Special prices on. non- skid Non-Glare Lent. patches. Hook-on and lace on tire boots. LET US SUPPLY Baalim Motor Company Back of Union Bank THROW YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES IN OUR RED CROSS 1 BOX ;