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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST 1918 BRINGING UP FATHER J NEVER INVITE I I THACT AlW WOMAN WOULD AWA5Y FfcOM YOU AND TO TOO MOMENT I CAN IT TOR THAT The Sport Page Saturday If Jupiter who been vis iting rather frequently of late will the local ball team will stage a game for the edifica tion of the fans with a Taber ag The locals have not been going very flocd but they are out to retrieve their rep utations and wind up the season in a blaie of Two or three more games are to be arranged on the local diamond before the season draws to a Just who will pitch tomorrow remains to be but the locals will have a strong team behind the man in the and hope to stage one of those dingdong games which had the fans going wild be fore the The recent rains have softened up the diam and a good game should re Owing to the shortening ev enings the game will start at in order to play the full nine inn and get away before the op ening of the Satur day evening at POLES FIGHT August fighting at the French front by Poles recruited in America is described in a cablegram received here today from General commanding the Polish army units of the first chas seurs They made an attack on July 25 which won a citation in the orders or the day and in which a single company annihilated a Prussian BASEBALL RESULTS TracJ Red Sides Were Just As Particular As You About Tires O IUR customers are calculating fellows who know tire upkeep Believe weve looked into this tire proposition from top to Take our advice and buy the one buy on the The Dia monds we have sold our customers are running giving less and costing less in the end than any other tires we f Pat a Diamond Tube in a Diamond Ing and you have the ideal tire equipment Baalim Motor Back of Union Bank AMERICAN Won 64 44 Washington 62 47 Cleveland 63 48 New York 51 52 Chicago 51 5S Louis 50 51 48 80 Philadelphia 42 66 by timely hitting defeated the locals 7 to Score 9 2 Philadelphia 2 Rogers and Severold Ad Pieron and New York de feated Cleveland 3 to Score 8 1 New G 0 Coveleskie and ONeill Caldwell and hitting combined with Detroit errors gave Washington todays game 6 to Score Detroit 10 3 Washington 0 3 Cunningham and Spencer Matte Ayres and Qulun held Boston to six today and Chicago won 6 to It was Collins last game of the he leaving trmight for Philadelphia to enlist in the mar Score 10 1 6 3 Quinn and Schalk Mtiys and NATIONAL Chicago 69 38 New York 44 PiUsburg 67 49 50 55 Brooklyn 48 56 Philadelphia 46 66 Boston 46 59 37 67 allowed Cincinnati only two hits in Ithe first seven innings today but weakened in the eighth and was knocked out of the box and the locals won 6 to Score New 11 0 7 1 Causey and Mc Carty Luque and de feated Brooklyn today 3 to the victory being the result of two wild pitches and a passed Score 7 1 7 0 Coombs and Archer Cooper and INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Rochester 4 Buffalo Newark 0 Baltimore Blnghampton 2 Jersey City Toronto 3 Hamilton Tho corrected draw in the monthly button competition to be played dur ing the weekend follows Inspector Chancy terson McKillop Fox Skeith Craig Crawford Wilson Duff Toll Men zie Osland Crawford Parker David son Macleod McAr tluir Shepherd Long Mara Dinning Adams MacGregor McSwain Freeman John Mack Livingstone Davies Kellogg Gibbons Peat Mc ready Hyde Nelson Burns Macbeth I Mayor Hardie Harj mon Cocq Smith Pennefather Ber trand Judge Jackson Hogg Waddington Poapst Fisher Guilbault Bawden King Hiam Maddison Marrs Any member omitted bringing it to the attention of the secretary will have opponent Players must not select their Ina bility to play against a player drawn must be brought to the notice of the handicap when another will be Final Clean up of Unquestionably the finest collection of suits in town is offered at reduced prices for immediate Nothing the matter with the not go into the market today and buy them at the prices We make these reductions because our policy is not to carry suits over from one season to GROUP 1 Reduced now from higher priced lines to GROUP 2 Reduced now from higher priced lineV to GROUP 3 Reduced now from higher priced lines to He Loses Himself and Does Other That Rube Got Away With Final Reduction Sale on Arrow Brand Silk Neckwear and Washable Cravats Shirts of Corded Grepes and Mercerized Colors and stripes that will please the man of particular excellent Arrow reduced Arrow reduced and Arrow reduced WASHABLE CRAVATS In a large selection of tasteful figured and 50c Cravats Reduced to 35c 3 for SILK NECKWEAR Poulard in excellent variety of Silk reduced to 75c 75c Silk reduced to 50c LOUIS KEEL Home of Fashion Craft Clothes and Florsheim afumaaat Car Conservation It etiily attained if you bring your repair work to We make a specialty of keeping cars BIJOU MOTOR THE HOUSE OF SERVICE FIELDER JONES BIG DRINKER Louis ball players wore dis cussing the peculiarities of Fielder Jones as a Most nervous guy I ever said one Always got no and took a drink water when there was an important play Dont sees how he held it all in some luvil games with lots of close I remember in a game ac One of our men was caught on ihrd or it looked like ho had been caught and Jones got filled the glass from the water lottle iind gulped it down and started to The third after making bis stab the rnun at threw the ball to first and the run ner there was caught before he coiud go Jones stopped long ruoiiRh to grab the water filled it tit the water drink It j anil turned around AS hu did the I mini supposed to have been off third was seen to still be on the Ti e unij re had called after What did Jones do grubbed waor filled it gave a long drank again Then 1 went out on the coaching lines to take charge of on third The latest news concerning Pitcher Miles who recently jumped the Phillies for about the steenth is that he is with the team in tho Steel and Pilot Pat Moran of the Phils has looked on tho eccentric ones latest step in the light of good the dajs of Rube Wad when the big southpaw simply would drop out of sight for a week or returning to Connie Mack with the yarn that he had gone on a ishing trip or decided to tend bar at such and such a place for a few Three times this year Main jump ed the Each time he lug ged back the same hired man on his farm had quit and he had to go liorno to straighten out the Robert sporting edi tor of the Philadelphia Public figures thai hired man quit no less than 452 times during Mains bateball Main started jumping the Phillies last spring down in He left the hotel for the ball passed the railroad station ioute and de cided to climb on a Two weeks later he Bradley once upon a time an asked him the reason for Im Ill tell you how it explained That hired man of mine quit liii job anil I hail to go back and talk with Hes a good man ami the farm couldnt along without I knew thai Moran would not lot me go and feared might have an argu You 1 am a bud guy when 1 argue and I might take a punch at i didnt want to do so I just Thats all there is to 1 cant control my If Main ever were taken over to France by Sam and that hired man Main would be in an awful wouldnt he JAP ATHLETES Monru Fujii Startled World With Performances During 1907 Japans moHt famous the man who re volutionized the pole vaulting in the has made application to join the Racquet Tennis club Fujii is connected with the Japanese lega He has played tennis in many quarters of the and chiefly on turf His style is similar to that of Ichlya Japanese ten nis who is again making a hold hid for the national tennis title this and who may come to Washington later In 1907 the athletic world was start led by the announcement that a Jap anese uthlete had vaulted Vi foot and hud run 100 meters in 10 24100 sec which was a fraction of a second better than Arthur Duffs 9 85 seconds fur tlio 100 Used Bamboo Fujii was at thut time a member of the track team of Toklo It was reported that he had vaulted with u bamboo a thing unheard of in this It was furtliur and subsuiuently that his 100 meters mark was made by electric That murk stands to The Japanese athletA pole vaulting all over the Since or shortly after the bamboo pole supplanted the old straight spruce Fujll was the first to use the blunt doing away with the steel spike In the Fujll Was After making his Fujll was challenged by Kerr of Donald son of South and another South African world famous professional and amateur sprinting He replied that ho would tie pleased to match his speed against Half the globe separ ated the Just after Fujii used his bamboo pole representatives from this coun try either vlsltod or wrote concern ing the Fujii pointed out the adaptability of the Us light its safety in tho event of break and he method of selecting tho From that time on and grad ually the bamboo pole came into use In pole vaulting and has been used ever HolcU Throwing Fujll of out of competi tion He deserted track athletics after graduating from Toklo univer sity nearly 10 years ago and confined his activities to golf and Ho Htamls i feet and weighs The present record for throwing the cricket bull In Jupun Is held by Minoru as Is the polo vault and 100 motels Fujll was u mem ber of the Tokifj university baseball playing shortstop ami right The painstaking efforts of the Jap anese to perfect themselves at tha Am erican tolatef by give u remarkable insight into the thorough ness with which the fume was devel We raaliwd the fa weak on throwing and and spent hours in perfecting the going over and over each play as It would come up in a said In order to swing the bat m lino we had batting practice in A lighted candle was placed at the proper and we practiced swinging tho bat until we made the flamo just This was dona re peatedly so that wo gotthe properi When I made my record In the vault I had taken care to have a se lected pole which was treated for four years before being The wood was dried and thorough ly It had tho advantage over tho American poles which was quickly and I was deluged with letters asking mo how Ihe poles were Style Similar to Fujii has visited many quartan tho He has taken part in al most every form of athletics and en joys a good game of tennis at he is particularly His style of play Is similar to that of Kuma gaos In that he uses the sweeping ground stroke from back His game at tho net is sound and and with some although ho bus not played tennis for two years ho could give the best players in Una city uu excellent BLOCK employment of professional baseball players in shipyards more for the purpose of im proving teams than to expedite the shipbuilding program will no longer be countenanced by the Emergency Fleet Corpora tion ;