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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTHBRIDGK DAIL1 HEMAtO JULY BRINGING tJP FATHER By McManus OHl HELLO 6MITH XOU 06WY HlAH TO THAT TELU 001 OUTSIDE TO TAKE A DRIVE BASEBALL BOXING RACING hSPORTM HOCKEY GOLF BOWLING EVEN SPAIN SEES BASEBALL GAMES Americas National Pastime Is Getting Thorough Introduc tion in July national frMtime is getting a real introduction Into aJl the allied countries of and fthould the war last through the eummer ami fall it will be firmly es tablished in all France was the tint country to have a real the Paris division units organizing a 32club league and each Sunday after noon in the historic Bois de Boulogne and on the monster athletic field of the racing club of France battles are In England the American soldiers also have formed a league and games are being played in all the and also in Recently the av iators located in Italy organized ball teams and games are being played several times a The Italians are taking a keen interest in the con Spain The latest country to get a view at our favorite sport was A match was played between the American and Cuban colonies at The i match developed into a hot The Americans finally beating the Cubans 13 to It was the first game staged in Madrid and created quite a bit of The Paris baseball league is getting along In the first two series of games some real baseball was shown by a few of the In the lineups are quite a few former league also many semipro and ama teur stars and quite a few college Most of the practice work of the boys is done after supper In the as It Is light here until al most 9 oclock now and the boys able to get In several hours of prac In addition to the Paris each no matter where they are at the seaport in train ing camps or et the has a team of two and some exciting battles are being staged The officers are encouraging the sport and It helps to keep the boys in good physical shape and aids them to forget their The Clark Griffith baseball fund is keeping the boys well supplied with baseball the distribution be ing through the at their located In all parts of The French people are taking a keen interest in the about sons turning out to the Bois de Bou logne games last The 32 teams In the Paris league have been divided into five separate organiza tions and the winners will meet for the pennant in the WillaM SERVICE STATION HENRYTDENN Proprietor All Makte of Batteries Charged and Repaired 311 7th Phone 616 f 4 TEST STATUS OF BALL PLAYER July to determine the status of pro fetsioral baseball players under I he new work or fight rules were begun tonight when sum menses were sent to 14 players of the Boston National league baseball team ordering them to appear before the local draft board in the Brighton The players summoned in elude all the members of the team except Walter Ray Powell and Joseph who will enter the United States naval reserve this and Captain Charles Ed Konetchy and Tom who are beyond the military Our Garage M tm 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 Service You Appreciate AND Where Your Dollar is Worth BUOU MOTOR THE HOUSE OP SERVICE BASEBALL RESULTS AMERICAN New 37 28 Boston 39 30 41 32 38 33 32 34 33 36 28 38 24 41 July blank ed Boston allowing only one hit in the first seven innings and Phil adelphia won six to Score 4 0 Philadelphia 020 7 0 Molyneaux and Agnew Gregg and July Colliiis home run in the seventh inning off Dauss put Chicago ahead today and they won from Detroit 9 to Score Detroit 100 13 2 Chicago 002 7 1 Dauss and Stanage Shellen Danforth and July defeated New York 4 to3 today in the opening game of the Score New York 110 10 2 Washington 100 012 10 1 Mogrldge and Hannah Shaw and July Loula won the second game of the series from Cleveland here today six to Score 000 13 1 001 6 1 Sothoron and Nunamaker Bagby and NATIONAL 45 43 30 30 29 25 19 21 32 34 34 36 37 3S Chicago York Philadelphia Boston Pittsburg Brooklyn 25 24 New July York won both games of a double header from Bropklyn today 9 to 4 and 1 to Scores Second Game 2 1 New York 000 5 1 Cheney and Wheat Perrit and Rar July took the first game of the series from Bos ton 5 to Miserable support accord ed Rudolph was responsible for Phil adelphias Score Philadelphia 000 410 6 1 000 3 0 Hogg and Burns Rudolph and Wil July lost to Pittsburg today S to The visitors scored all their runs in the third Inn ing when Mayer was hit for three a triple and a home but It was not enough to Score Cincinnati 000 JO 1 121 12 1 Schneider and Wingo Corn Cooper and July the first time this season Louis defeated the score being 2 to Score 010 8 2 000 8 0 Douglas and Klllifer Ames and Hume Sets Another Record Dave captain of the local golf again lowered the rec ord for the course on Monday af ternoon playing with he turned In a card of 38 for the 9 It was the most consistent game ever played on the for Hume Just led bogey In seven of the nine beating bogey on the other Hla card showed Bogey for Humes Humea best previous aeore had been made during the AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Columbus Louisville Second Louis ville Minneapolis Paul Indianapolis Toledo PACIFIC COAST Oakland San Francisco Sacramento Salt Lake Vernon Los Angeles INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Jersey City Buffalo Bingbampton Syracuse Rochester The railway commission lias de clined to grant the application of the United Farmers of Alberta for an or der that the install a telephone at its station at The board said that it had no Jurisdiction in the matter Golf handicaps got the axe In proper style on Tuesday evening when the Handicap with blood In their gathered behind barred doors to attack the handicapping for Saturdays Captains Prize The members 6f the committee are tak ing the back these days and need not be expected tpicome put of retirement till next Here are the the new marks of each Memzie H Long Parker Inspector Chaney Kirkham vsl Crawford Judge Jackson Duff McKlllop Reid A Mara Wilson McArthur Shep herd Buchanan Tae ker Oxland Ritchie Pat erson Macleod Craig Davidson Toll Fox Skeltsh Cocq Burns Smith Dinning Hogg John Mack Fisher W King Marrs Gibbons McSwaln Virtue Hardie Flem ing Guilbault Adams Toombs Hlncks Harmon Living stone Nelson Kellogg Pennefather Wad dingtoh Crawford Bawden Morris Turney Hyde Bertrand Galbraith Macbeth Freeman MacGregor Barnsley Deaper Davies Richards vs McCready Maddlson Poapst A new rule provides that on the ploughed land on the 5th hole between the green and the the ball may be picked up and dropped farther away from the green without Hole elimination competition to start next All names must be handed to the secretary by the 6th otherwise not Monthly to be played for buttons on 3rd Saturday of each Jock former Western Open fells of the following remarkable holelnone shot Homo of the moat spectacular golf shots are made on short Iron shots that aro placed the accur acy of billiard It was one of this that was to my mind among the most remarkable plays ever seen on a This particular shot was made on the short 17th hole on the Florida Country clubs links at Jacksonville during a last I doubt if theres anothjr fAort bole Taber and Lethbrldge ball teams will play In the ball tonight at 7 An of 25 centa will be charged to defray Jess Willard has hied himself to the wilds of Kansas far from the annoying taunts of the popu the hoots of disapproval from our soldiers and and outranging the loudest challenge of Fulton and Willard is the most unpopular champion we ever He might have been the most popu lar one that ever wore a He is an Imposing figure over six and a half feet tall and possessed of a modeet pleasant and natural good Besides he is the Xulfllled hope of the white he knocked out Jack from the moment of his victory in Havana the big cowpuncher has done the wrong thing every He antagonized people at every turn with his clumsy money making Willard owes everything to the He made a fortune as a pub lic Tet he apparently has no consideration for hie Big Jess gave nothing for nothing when he owed The other champions are serving as boxing in structors or as soldiers in the They box engage in real battles and donate a percentage of their earnings for Benny for helped raise about In one But Willard has done about he boxed one or two short ex hibitions for the soldiers hue he dis appointed them on BO many other oc casions that the army and navy have no use for Then the recent attempt of Willard and Colonel Miller to pull off a Will ardFuIton fight under the present conditions for their own when both of them are comparatively was the last Willard slipped out of Chicago the other day to his Kansas home and nobody knew of his going and nobody Rest in peace anywhere like that 17th at Jackson It in 140 yards and every Inch of the way is over Across the fairway are lots of On the left of the fairway there is a thick row of pine There Is a similar barrier on the right of the In front of the green there is a guarding bunker to prevent anyone running up an ap proach The green Itself is one of those tricky sloping and to make mattere worse there Is a wide trap encircling the green on three The tee Is to about four feet and from it only the flag Is vis ible over the top of the It is practically a blind In earlier rounds I learned con siderable about this troublesome Once the mistake of not clear Ing the trees cost me four extra On the final I deter mined to get well over the troea with a high loft wjth plenty of back spin so the ball wouldnt run off the I played lust that kind of a shot with a The shot was purposely aimed a little to the left to take advantage of the roll of the which was a little to the My drive went eas ily over the I knew from its dir ection that the ball ought to be In good position for the approach but it only seemed a second that a great shout went up from the cad dies who had gone It was a hole in probably the most difficult short hole AUTO TIRES r OP ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System RETREADING 4 REPAIRING By Experienced All work Special Equip ment for Rim Cut RITCHIE KM 13th Ellltpn From Our Own Correspondent July very enjoy able and highly pleasant evening wail spent on Friday upon the occa sion of the local oddfellows annual which was held In Wetg ands specious the floor being In excellent ebape and the mush fur nished by and Dunningand Green was as the very The floor space was rather crowded at times during the as one of the largest crowds turnd out for thte quite a number of people be ing present from Coal Diamond City and the ing The local oddfellows are what you may term a real live bunch of boys and certainly must be complimented upon the manner in which the dance was Refreshments were eerved in an admirable manner at the interval and there was plnty for after which dancing continued until the early hours of the morning everyone going home well satisfied and In good Mllllgan has returned home on ten days leave to straighten up his business affairs before report ing at William having an swered the call of his his numerous friends will wish him good luck and a safe Business1 here was never better than at one of onr most progressive has lately Installed a service station and is well equipped to supply all auto accessories Miss Agnes Milllgan la visiting her parents The ladles of the Commerce and district Red Cross Society are to be complimented upon the large amount of work which they are turning judging by the else of the parcels that are passing to and fro they are sure working Our first aid team which competed at the sports on Monday were not successful in bringing home the shield or the medals but they were by no means Better luck next time The mine here Is working but complain of the scarcity of skilled The crops around this district could certainly do with a Most of our citizens were in Leth bridge Monday enjoying the andare now looking forward to the stampede to be held in Lethbrldge during the fourth week of thin LOUIS KEEL 318 FIFTH STRUT HOME OF FASHION CRAFf CLOTHIS AND THE FLORSHElM SHOE fadeless Mens Furnishings MENS ARROW SHIRTS Well tailored In woven Madras Fine count printed cloths ant mercer ized AH new summer pat to MENS SPORT SHIRTS The most comfortable shirt for sum mer Smart enough for cool enough for tennis or All sizes In white and SUMMER PYJAMAS Exceptionally well tailored IB woven Madras and fine mercerised Plain colon and novelty and TIRES the greatest of these A Gasolene makes your car goJ OH helpt the But pneumatic tires make the bile not only To prove drive a block at 20 miles per hour your TIRES Treadl are not only but the very besf In tires that the on earth can Baalim Motor Back of Union Bank i JffttfVM MMf ;