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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX inrr, FRIDAY, AUGUST 16.1918 FATHER By G. McManus i; I; The Sport Page Tomorrow, Saturday evening, if Jupiter Pluvius, who has been vis- iting us rather frequently of late will permit, the local ball team will stage a game for the edifica- tion of Ih'i fans with a Taher ag- gregation. The local! have not been solng very good lately, but they are out lo retrieve their rep- utations and ;wlnd up the season In a blaie of glory. Two or three more are to be arranged on the local' diamond before the veason draws to a ctoie. Ju.st who will pitch tomorrow remains to be seen, but the locals will have a strong team behind the man In the box, and hope to stage one of those ding-dong games which had the fans going wild be- fore the stampede. The recent rains have softened up the diam- ond, and'a good game should re- Owing to the shortening1 ev- enings ths game will start at 6.30 In order to play the full nine inn- ings, and get away before ths op- ening of the Chautauqua. Satur- day evening at 6.30. POLES FIGHT VALIENTLY. "WashingtoD, Angust fighting al the French front by Tales recruited in America ia described in a cablegram received "nere to-day from General Archinard, commanding th'e Polish army units _of the first c seurs regiment They-made an attack on July 25 which won a citation in tba orders pt the day !and ID which a single company annihilated a Prussian battalion. Just As About OUR 'customers are thrifty, calculating who know tire up-kesp costs. Believe as, we've looked into this tire proposition from top to bottom..; Take our adyiqe and buy Diamonds, the one bett bay on the market The .Dia- monds )ve have sold pur customers are 'running less costing less in the end than any other v tires we know. Pnt a Diamond Tube in a Diamond tog and you the Meal tire equipment Baalim Motor Co. i Back of Union Bank Car Conservation It etiUf attained if you bring your repair work to us. We make a specialty of keeping cars {H. BIJOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. BASEBALL RESULTS AMERICAN Won. Washington 63, lleveland......... 63 N'ew York........ 51; Chicago St. Louis 50 Detroit............ 48 Philadelphia 42 Lost. P.O. .593 .565 .568 .495 .4 .472 .3S3 Philadelphia. Aug. Louis, by timely hitting defeated 'Ihe locals to Score: St. 9 2 Philadelphia 2 Rogers aud Sererold; Jameson, Ad- ams, Pieron and McAroy. New York, Aug. York de- feated Clef el and 3 to 2. Cleveland.....: S I Xew G 0 ...Coveleskie aud O'.N'eill; Caldwell and Walters. .V Washington, .Aug.' bitting combined with. .Petroit'sr errors gave toiay's-gamo 2 Detroit VK'.'-IWOiCW.pOiiW10 3 Washington and ion, Ayres and Aug. beli Boston to six won G to 2. It las game of the season, he leavingilimisfc for Philadelphia to enlist war ines'. Score: Chicago 10 Boston 0 Quinn and' Schalk; Jlays Schang. NATION AT, Won. Lost Chicago 69 Keir York.........63 3S 44 Tho corrected draw In Ihe monthly button corapetlliou to be played dur- ng tho week-end follows: Inspector Chancy 15, vs. R, J. R. erson 15. H. A. McKJllop 6. T5. T. W. Fos 10. H. J. H. Skeith 0. vs. W. P. Craig 5, W. Crawford 7, vs. B. H. Wilsoa 16. D. 13, vs. P. "H. Toll 12. J. S. Kirkham.14, vs. H. W. Men- :le 16, T. Oxland II. Crawford 19 W. A: Parker IS, vs. R. R. David- on IS. N. T. Maciebd 9, vs. M. S. McAr- hur 10. S. J. Shepherd 12, vs. H. Long 17.. A. .Mara vs: H. J. Dinning 20. J. Adams MacGregor IS. D. J. McSu-aln 24, vs. M. Freeman 18. Join Mack H. Livingstone 2i. M. J. Da.Tles 26, vs.; R. W. Kelloss i R. V: Gibbons 24, vs.i X. B. Peat 25. O. C. T; H. Jic- Cready 22. i F. 0. Hyde 20, ,vs. Wv J. Nelson 20. W. F. H. Macbeth 20. Mayor vs. G. H. Har- W. A. R. A. Smith 25.' Supt. vs. R.. Ber- trand >3} 'io TSiJuilyu -Jackson 16. A. B.'-Hogg. 24., W. V. Poapst Fisher 25.' E. C. Gullbau'.t J. Bawden W. D. King 23, vs. H. Hiarn 26. H. G. Maddison 25, tvs. G. T, Marrs 20-- Any member omitted bringing it to the attention ol the i secretary, will have opponent selected.- Players must not-select their uwffifopponcnt. Ina- bility to play against a'player drawn must be brought loathe notice of the handicap committee, when another will be substituted. Final Clean up of Unquestionably trie finest collection of suits in town is offeied at reduced prices for immediate clearance. _ Nothing the matter with Could not go into the market today and b'uy them at the prices quoted. We make these reductions now, however, because policy is not to carry suits over from one season to another. GROUP 1 Reduced DOW from higher priced Hoes to .75 -GROUP 2 Reduced now' from higher GROUP 3 Hoduocd now priced lines to Flllstrarg 67 Cincinnati 50 55' Brooklyn 48 56 Philadelphia (G 55 Boston 46 53 St.' Louis ,-iV 37 67' .462 .451 .138 .356 Cincinnati, allowed Cincinnati only two hits first seven inning's toflay but' weakened in the eighth and was knocked out of the box and tbe.Jocats won .6 to 5, Score: -V Is'ew York 0 lincinriatl -7 1 Steely Demaree, Causey and Mc: Luquo and Wlngo. Pitlsburg, Aug. de- feated Brooklyn today 3 to 1, the victory being Ihe result of two wild pitches and a passed. ball. Score: Urooklvn 1 7 1 Plttsburg 3 7 0 He Loses Himself' and Does Other Ftmny'lThings That Rube Gol AvvayAVith "THE HOUM OF SERVICE" Smllh, Coombs and Archer; Cooper and Schmidt INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Rochester 4; Buffalo 10, 10, 2 Newark 0, 4, 0; lialttaore 4, 10, 0. ..BlngUatnplon 7, 10, 2; -Jersey CII; 1, C, 5, 9, 2. FIELDER JONES 810 DRINKER St. ixjuls ball players ware rt's- cussing the peculiarities of Fielder Tones as a manager. "Most nervous guy T evor >alil one playor. "Always got m anil ook a drink of water wbfin tlterc was an Important play on. Eon't fieo how Le h'old H all In some ha.'d games with lots of close'filays. "I remember In a game at Doiion. of our men was caught on third or It looked like ho' had been caught and tagged. Jones got dp, filled Iho gUss from Iho water bottle and ftilped II down and started to swear. The third baseman, after miking hit stab al the man at third, whirled, :hrew tho ball torflrat and, the run- ner Intro was caught before lie couitl get hack. "Jones stopped enough to, grab filled It Hi the water botlfe, drink It floirn, and liirned hu did lhat the man supposed to boon jtaiuht on third acen tb still he on 1 ft fcmi :ro had "Whnl did .Tones ilo7 If! tbat. wafer glasil, filled'It up. Barn a long rlnink.her.rirniity.ngoin went oijt oil Itio coaching lines 10 take charge ol lhat rihirier third himself." j? Final Reduction Sale on Brand Neckwear and Washable Cravats Shirts of Corded Madras, Grepes and Mercerized Fabrics. Colors and stripes that will please the man of particular taste, excellent variety. "Arrow" Shir.ts., reduced to reduced to and "Arrow" Shirts, reduced to JL85 WASHABLE CRAVATS In, a large' selection of tasteful1 figured -patterns. 50c Cravats Reduced to 35c; 3 for SILK NECKWEAR V Foulard Silks, in excellent, variety of patterns. Silk Ties, redaced to 75c 75c SDk Ties, reduced to SQc LOUIS KEEL Home of Fashion Craft Clothes' and Florsheim Shoes. The latest news concerning ritche .Milea who recently jumped th Phillies for afcoiit tho 'sSoer.th tfeo is that he is with lean In tho Steel league, Pilot .Pa Moran of the Phils has Icpke'd on th eccentric one's latest step in Ihti light of good riddance. Malnjrecalts the dajs of Rube Wad- (tcH, when the big. southpaw simply ivould drop out of sight for a week or so, rclurnln'B to Conhla Mack .with Ine yarn that he had gone, on a fishing trip or decided to-.tend liar'tit such and such a plan, for a (ew nlihts. Three times this year Main jump- ed the Phillies. Each time he iag- ge'l hack tho same hired man' on hta farm had quit and he hail to go liotne to straighten out the tanglo. Itohert Maitell, sportlne edi- tor of the Philadelphia Public Ledger, Igurcs that hired man. q'llt no lei! tnan 452 times during Main's liruebal ryafecr. >Mfiin Marled jumping the Phllllts ast spring down In Florida, He Inft :he hotel for the ball orchard, the railroad Elation vouto and dc clderl lo climb on a train. Two i he reportcrl. Dradley once HP A THEIR Monru Fuji! Startled World With Performances During 1907 Minoru FuJII, Japan's most famous athlete, the man who re- volutionized the pote vaulting in the, world, has tnado application to loin the liacciuet Tennis club here. FuJII is connected with th'e Japanese lega- tion. lie has played tennis. In many iiuarlers ol the globe, and chiefly on lurf courts. His style Is similar to that of Ichlya Kumagae. Japanese ten- nis champion, who again mafclnrj a hold hid for Iho national tennis title this season, anil who may come to Washington later on. >oie vaultlng'all oyc- the worlil. Since weak on Ihrowlng ami balling, and ______ upon a time an angel, him Ihe I In 1907 the alhlclfc world was start- reason for hla absence., "I'll tell you how It eiplalned Main. "That hired man" of mine quit Ills Job anil t haii to' go hack.and lalli wilh him. He's a gkpd roan anrl-thp get along; without him. I knew thai Moran .would, not let mb go and fearcil we might.have.an argu- ment. -You I gtjy ivhcn 1 argue anil 1 might lako n punch at-Moran. oldn't Winiio'flO 1 Just left. That's nil there Is lo II. I can'l control my temper." If Main evor were? taken over lo Prance by Undo Sam anil that hired man quit, Main would bb in an awful fix, wouldn't ho? led by the announcement that a Jap- anese alhlcle had vaulted. 12 feet am] had run .100, meters In 10 24-100 sec- onds, which was a fracllon ol a second better than Arllmr Dufl's 9 3-5 seconds for tho 100 yards. Used Bamboo Pole, Pujli. lhat time memlior ol the Irack team of Toklo university It was thai ho had vaultcil with a biraboo a thing unhcanl of In this country, -'it was further anil subsequently allow6d lhat his 100 meters mark vtas in ail 0 b> 'eitclrle timing. That roark stands to day. Tho Japanese aihloM tHe barnhpo pole iupplanted the olrl straight spruce iole. Furthermore, J-'uJII' was the irst to use the blunt pole, doing away fllh the nlcel splko In the "end. T _ Fujll Was Challenoed. After making his record, Fujil was challenged by Kerr of Canada, Donald- on o( Spiilh Africa, hnd R. E, Walker, .nbthcr. South African world amous 'professional and amaicnr :printtng marvels. Ho re'ullcd lhat ho would be please.d lo malch' his speed agatnsl Olhcra. Half Ihe globe separ- aleil tho challengers, however. IJ.ust attQr FuJII used his bamboo >ole reprosentaliv'es from this conn- ry cither vlaltfM or wrote concern- ng Ihe pole. Fujll pointed ouC Ihe idaptablllly of the bamboo. Us light- less, trio event ot btcak- ag, and Iho method of seldctlng the wood. From dial lime on and grad- Iho bamtob polo caino Into use In polo vaulllng and lias been used ever since. Holdf Throwlnj Recorrf, FuJII la, ot cburao, Out oCcompoll- flbn now. Ho deserted track athletics allcr grailuatlng -from Toklo 'ntitvor- nearly 10 years ago anil confined hjs activities to golf and tennis. He t, fee't-and.weighs 165 pounds. The preaenl record for throwing (he cricket ball In Jofari la held by Mlnoni Fnjll, ni.ls Ihb pote vault nml 100 motet'a rocorrl. FiiJU. was am em- lie; of Iho .Toklrf (cirri, playing" "shorlslop "nM-''right field. Th3 palnslaklnf the Jap ancsc lo ticriccl ihtinsolvc's at (he Am crlcari hy KuJII, give a rdmnrkablft Into the' thorough ness wrlh which the fame was devcl oped. ''Wo realfwd Iho spent In perfecting thd plays, going over anil .over each play as It- would. cbmo up In a Fujll. Tn order to swing the m lino. we had balll.hg practice rn.swrnglng. i A lighted1 candle was. placed, at- tho'' proper height, nnti .we pracllcetl BWinglng tho hill until we made .the lamo just dicker, .This was. done re- pealcdly BO that 'wo got. the proper! swing. i. "When I made my recorfl In.the polov- vault I had taken care lo have a ecled pole which was treated for four, years bcforo being used. The wood was selected, cut, dried. arid thorough- ly preparcd.-IL had the advantage over! Ihe American poles which' was