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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETinnrfDGE DAtLY HERALD WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1918 "BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. McManus H^PPENEO TO THINK-1 PftOMltjECJ MACKiie ID BE HO>\E E^HCX TO TAXe HEF>.TO THE THEArrECi- ill aUFFERlN^i FROM ^HCCK - DO XOU ��>NOW WHAT CM)tiEO>TP I v/ITM HER-: LOCA OSIIO VOLCAN IN COOO EA Bcore 10-4 Was Spoiled by Only One Bad Innings-Vulcan Here Soon I^ethbrldge ball team journeyert to Barons' town cplebratiou on Tueaday evening anij stacked up against the Vulcan team far the second time thU reason. Vulcan won. 10 to 4, but the game was better than the score indicated. Scott pitched the game through and outside the sixth inning when they touched him rather hard and when the locals collected three or four boots, all resulting in five runs, the game was a good one, Scott polished otf several of the heavy Vulcan sluggers, and walked only one man. Lethbrldge didn't score till the sixth when they got two. They added one in the seventh and one in. the ninth. The local outtielders gobbled them up. Altogether the Barons people were well satisfied with the exhibition. The llno-up: Lethbrldge-RIdpath If, Eh-ans 2b, JacUson 3b, Hudson cf, Putter lb. Kennedy is, McLean rf, O'Connor c, Scott p. Vulcan-Gray 2b, Godfrey 3b. Buckley ss, Gibson lb, Lewa c, Schrooder of, -McCabe If, Leadbetter rt, Brown p. Score by innings- Lethbrldge ..........000 002 101- 4 Vulcan ..............200 016 20x~10 In the afternoon game Carmangay beat iVobleford 11 to 3. Vulcan will play on the grounds next week while making a tour of LoOTond, Lethbrldge and Cardston. Played Lacrosse for 34 Years ,-.:�- -.>- -�- Great Record of "Dad" Turnbull (A. P Pro- OHNI mil N. L. HEAD Boston .... riovelaiul . Wiuliington Xew York riiirago . .. St. Louis . n.-lroit ____ Pl'.P.adelphia Won. 62 .^!) uii 4S 4(; 45 44 41 Lost. 40 44 44 4'J .',4 57 5S PC. ..'tTi' .5t;o .41)5 .4i',5 .4ri5 .4;'.c. .414 Cli'voland. Auk. 6.-Cleveland de-I'r.-itr-ir W.-ishington in the fir.-il gaino of tU,' .sori.s 1 to U in ten innings. -i *k , till' MJi .t a A I A \V;is!uni;tnn .. ii\J Cleveland .... OUR BEST "AD." IS NOT PRINTED You're It WESTBROOK BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal "The Sanitary Shop" New York, Aug. 6.-The resignation of John K. Toner as presi-dont of the National Baseball League was received here to-day at National League headquarters. VETERAN PLAYER INJURED. Toronto, Aug. 6.-Jack A\Tiite, who was severely injured in tsaturday's la- ooo.noo.000.0-0 n o,1-1 r> 1 Hi'.rpor, ^hittps-nn and Ainsiiuili; B;\gby and 0'Xc:ill. tracks, turned and amused all handi with his remarks addressed to Turn-bull: "So, you're de guy de say can run, hey? Well, come on," and iho way that fellow ran. away from Turn-bull was a shame. Even "Dad" admits' that Moore's speed made him look fo-tillah. Turnbull, like other lacrosse pl.ty-ers. lias been tho target for flying sticks in many important battles, and he carries to- way of scars." remarked tho veteran as he bared his head and displayed a bald pate bearing the marks of his struggles on the lacrosse flsld. Probably no other athloto haa Buffered so severely as the veteran, and ho is still in the game, while others v;hi) have handed it out with reckless abandon have long since gone Into retirement. Tliirty-four years in lacrosso and still playing! All of which shows what clean living and close attention to training will do for an athlete. I'^ithcr Time has been good to Alex. Turnbull and IncroFso has benefited. Ho may retire soon, but when he does he will always be romembered for what ho has done for the national game. .Many times leading writers have referred to Hans Wagnor, l^jolc and other diamond performers as wonderful athletes becauso of ,tho twenty-two years they spent In major loaguu company. But what of a lacrosso record of thirty-four years, all of it la fienior company, and with and against tho greatest teams playing the game, and Btill at It? U Is a wonderful record, one that will novel' bo surpasaod In any sport. We Carry a Complete Line of Motor Car Supplies Tires, all the best makes. Tire repair supplies and Special prices on non- patches. skid chains. Hook-on and lace on tir^ Non-Glare Lens. boots. LET US SUPPLY YOUR-WAN#a Baalim Motor Company Back of Union Bank ^ VHROW YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES IN OUR RED CROSS BOX ;