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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE S BRINGING UP FATHER By McManus WHfNT A FlNfe YOU MUST MY THIRTIETH OlRTHOAf TOMORROW BASEBALL BOXING RACING HSPORTM HOCKEY GOLF BOWLING DAY SPORTS Nearly people jurneyed to the Henderson Park Fair Grounds on Mon Dominion to attend the sports and mine rescue contests stag ed by the Rocky Mountain Branch of the Canadian Minidg the Lethbridge Trades and Labor and the Lethbridge branch of the Great War There were paid and the receipts at the together with those at the grand makes a tidy sum for the War Veterans and the Trades In addition the two chapters of the were busy selling refresh ments on the while the Great War Next of Kin were for the Sailors Altogether a great deal of money was contributed by the crowd for various patriotic The sports were well and run off in good No record break Ing marks were established by tho but all events were keenly The lions share of the first prizb money went to a local son of the late who showed up well in every depart Following are of the field events High 5 feet Con 4 11 100 Yards Miners Joe 100 Yards Open to of Joe Melling Chollok Joe 100 Yards Choynlerie Vaselenak Obstacle Johnston Con rad Boys 100 Yard Jron osiek Hay Nail Driving Pisko Wilson Girls 100 Yard 14 to 16 years Annie Cunliffe Ettie Gardner Kathleen Boys 100 Yard to 14 years Alan Watson Tommy Arnold Girls 75 open 12 to 14 years Ettie Gardner Mary Morris Constance 125 Yards Evans Young Ladies Mary Pisko Eva Putting the 28 i feet 27 feet 9 Inches I Veterans Half Mile Bicycle Maddjson 440 Choynlere Vaselenak Bandsmens 75 Davis Half Mile Bicycle Albert Deltrlch Bruce Waddell Carl 220 Yard Evans Young Running Broad 17 feet 6 inches IB feet 1 Inch 16 100 Yards Married Johnson The baby while not exactly a of the sports was an Kher keenly contested There twelve Frederick David 3urrie claimed first prize and Douglas jlmith The City Band under the direction of Harper was present and dis pensed excellent music throughout the Mens threelegged and James Girls threelegged Kro penak and Mary BENEDICTS BEAT BACHELORS 9101 The Benedicts took part in a horrible massacre at the ball park on Dominion Day The full details are not yet but enough news has filtered through from the fighting lines to know that the Bachelors were driven back to their last line of taking an awful beating to the tune of In the first half the attained all putting down a bar rage on the Bachelor The result at the end of the half was The married men added five more for good measure in the last Gurr Full details So far as tho results were known this morning one of the younger set in the Lethbridge Golf won the Wright Shield compe tition at the local links on Dominion Day with a nett score of The win who is a 20handicap played consistent turning in a 47 and a 48 for the two Second place went to Commissioner a 27handicap who only started to play about two months He turned in 104 for a nett Because in a fit of temper she threw 150 pounds of flour on the the wife of a fanner living near has been sentenced to a term of six months imprisonment in the Prince Albert She was charged with wasting She expressed repen tance in The entire staff of the New Llsk eard public eight in have tendered their resignations at the request of the school The trouble arose over alleged Irregulari ties on the part of the principal and a subsequent request for his removal by the members of the Our Garage is the place to send your ma chine when something needs attention or you want sup plies of any We are headquarters for the best Tires and Accessories in the city and take special pains to please each individ ual customer for we want your continued STANDARD GARAGE THIRD STREET SOUTH THE BEST REPAIR HOUSE IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA SEBAL RESULTS New June following is the unofficial standing of the clubs of the major as published here AMERICAN New York Boston 39 28 Cleveland 40 1 Washington 3t 3 32 Chicago MO Detroit 27 SB Philadelphia 22 41 July lacked the punch today and Louis won both games of a double header today two to nothing and four to Scores Louis 200 4 0 Chicago 000 7 2 Rogers aud Nunamaker Danforth and Second 010 12 2 Chicago 000 H 2 Davenport and Severoid Wolfang and York de feated Philadelphia 9 to 2 in a poor Score New York 110 13 2 Philadelphia 000 7 6 Caldwell and Hannah Ad ams and July again defeated Detroit 4 to 1 in the final game of the series here Score Detroit 010 10 2 Cleveland 201 7 2 Cunningham and Yelle Coumbe and played Saturday Boston Washington New York Philadelphia Louis Chicago Cleveland Detroit Sunday Boston Washington Louis Chicago Detroit Cleveland Detroit Cleveland NATIONAL Chicago is New York 41 20 Boston io Philadelphia as Pittsburg 7 4 Brooklyn L4 LU Louis us Dtf July defeated Urooklyn this evening in the first major league twilight Score Brooklyn DOO ii 4 lioston 100 0 Robinson and Ragan and July throws by Gonzales and coupled with tlmelv hitting by Chicago enabled the visitors to win today 4 to Score Chicago 103 ti 0 Louis 101 8 2 Hendrix and Killifer May and Gon PhiladelphiaNew No other games Saturday Chicago Cincinnati Philadelphia New Vork Philadelphia New York Pittsburg Louis Pittaburg Louis Sunday Cincinnati Chicago Cincinnati Chicago iUUlwrg Louis Pittsburg Louis INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Newark Toronto Second Newark Toronto Syracuse Hinghumpton Jersey City Buffalo Second City Uuf lulu Rochester Baltimore AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Toledo Milwaukee 11 Second Milwau kee Columbus Kansae City No other games UPHILL FIGHT Came from Behind and Defeat edDamon Nobles Crew by 14 to 9 GAME GAVE FANS PLENTY OF FUN Lethbridge turned out a better baseball machine than the fans ex pected on Saturday It wasnt anything so very but served the purpose by defeating the Turin squad by a score of 14 to We have had worse ball teams tin Lethbridge and thats no j The locals might not have put oyer a win had not Damon Nobles good right arm tired on him after he had hurled for five He had the Lethbridge tossers beaten 7 to 6 when he derrlcked himself In favor of his Noble II got away swimmingly the first innings he pitch blanking the heavy but in the seventh they fell on him tor four resounding coup led with a base on balls and an error counted for five The locals add ed three more in the eighth for good measure on two a base on balls and two The Lethbridge team worked very nicely outside tho first and fourth Scott was on the mound for the locals while OConner was doing the The Banker battery was all to the though Scott tired after hurling six stanzas and pulled himself sending in young Wade tthe high school who bent them over like a Briggs at second base was eating up every thing that came his In the sec ond he retired the first two It took a long run to scoop a sizzling grounder from Jacksons Then he took a screaming drive off Damon Nobles He was the mainstay of the LeValley held down the first sack and accepted 15 chances without an but was rather weak with the Ferko at third is the makings of a good and tore off a screaming double in the lucky seventh thnt drove in two later scoring with Brlgga wlian Wade Rid path cracked a beauty ulnng the first base For Noble fell on one of Scotts first offerings and pickled it on the nose so hard ii bounded off the left field It was good for three the Coaldale catcher up and busted a scoring Green for a Turnage scoting but Green was forced at tho Scott to The Turins were blanked in the but In the third they emulated another when Noble emulated his brothers feat and bounced ono on the trademark for threat coining homc on a passed In the the put themselves two ahead by hitting Scotts offerings for two singles and another D Noble again contri buting the heavy Potter and Jackson also connected in this and an error by Ramsay helped In manufacturing the three McLean scored in the first for Leth bridge on Greens boot and LeValleys In the second the locals fell on Noble tor four Green got Then OConner leaned on one and put It out where the daisies grow in left taking three Scott then got a pass and another of the Bankers duplicated OConnors This brought In four McLean was glued to third while the next two up struck The locals missed a couple of good chances to cut men down at second and but then retrieved their mistake in the Noble got on when Vaselenak let a high one get away from his He paraded around to Tumage came up and dumped one down to Ridpath who tossed to first LeValley shot the ball to OConnor and Noble was trapped between third and the plate for a double play In which four fielders That the locals did some fielding is shown by the IS as sists The following is the box scorei which gives thti game In detail Turin 5 22020 c L 4 2 2 10 1 0 es 4 o o 1 5 1 2 1 2 0 Ib 5 1 4 1 1 iib 4 o u 3 2 i 5 I 1 3 0 1 5 0 1 0 0 0 3b 4 2 0 0 0 41 9 13 24 4 1 1 1 4 1 0 2 Ib 4 2 1 13 ss 5 2 1 1 3b 5 1 1 0 2b 5 2 2 2 4 2 3 2 4 2 1 5 p 2 1 0 0 p 1 0 1 1 9 6 0 o 1 2 2 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 2 0 4 0 1 0 38 14 11 27 18 4 Score by innings Turin 6 Lethbridge 14 11 4 Summary Three base bits Mc Noble Noble twobase Ferko sacrifice fly McLean stolen bases VaB elenak Green bases on balls off Scott off Noble Off Noble 2 struck out by Scott1 by Ridpath by Noble by Noble Umpire Jack AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System RETREAOING A REPAIRING By Experienced All work Special Equip ment for Rim Cut RITCHIE 208 13th Ellison Mills Will BATTERY SERVICE STATION HENRYTDENN Proprietor All Makes of Batteries Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street Phone 616 FOR AUTO AND TRACTOR CURES GUARANTEED ANDYS RADIATOR REPAIR STATION REAR DALLAS HfJTEL UPSTAIJM THE DIXON Louis Keel 318 FIFTH STREET THE HOME OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES AND x THE FLORSHEIM SHOE GOODS AND SERVICES AND YOUR SUMMER CLOTHES These days you can nfforc only good for good means clothes econ Here are summer suits you fcan buy with a clear con Suita that are attractive and of the quality that Buy only what you but buy the Suits from to TbOKES SPORT SHIRTS IS the Coleman the McGUlivray the Commerce team and the Ta ber Their work was staged on the platform in front of the The doctors who acted as judges were Galbralth and Lethbridge Inkroate of Diamond City and Ross of Cole Michel team won firstand Coleman team The junior first aid contest brought out only three the Michel the Boy Scouts team of Leth bridge and Chief Hardys Mi chel won the Boy Scouts second and Chief Hardys team Thus Michel both senior and Junior in the Clrst aid After the events wereall which was not after seven the prizes were presented by Lewis president of tho Rocky Mountain Branch of the Can adian Mining who with John chief mine was present to witness the Tho prizes for mine first aid events a silver shield to each winning Drumheller and presented by the Rocky Branch of the Canadian Mining and each member of each team was presented with a gold donated by the Snial mer gold medals were gHven each member of the second theae going to Coalhurst and The shields are up for competition for ten In 1916 they were won by Coal Creek for the mine and Coleman for the first The junior first prize was gold fobs for thowin presented by the Comprpssed Gas of the secortd team getting gold tie pins presented by John Howard of the Canada West Coal Taber and Ad Reid of the Chinook Coal while third prize was cuff links by Hall of SHORT OF July received no supplies whatever for four according to a by the food OI and TIRES the greatest of theie Gasolene makes your car Oil helps the But pneumatic tirea make the automo bile not only but To prove drive a block at 20 miles per hour on your TIRES are not only tiresbutthe very tires that the largest rubber earth can Baalim Motor Back of Union Bank Cut your tin with a ;