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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta fiAGESIX  THE LETHUHIUUIS DAIL.T HERALU FRIDAY, JULY 5,1918 "BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. Mc Manus BABE RUTH GOES TO THE SHIPYARDS Hard-Hitting Pitcher of Red Sox Takes French Leave and Causes Trouble Philadelphia, July 5.-George "Babe" Ruth, hardhitting cnitfielder of the EoBton Rt?4 Sox, has joined the Dela- The Best White Cooks in the city are at the Silver Grill. You will enjoy the hot 'Weather menu served ythere. You will enjoy dining when we Prepare Your Meals Served by all white help. TheSilverGrill Cor. 4th Ave. A 5th St ware River Shipbuilding league, according to members of the club. It is stated the Boston managoment will apply for an Injunction to prevent Ruth playing with any other team than the Boston Red Sex. Boston players express the opinion that Ruth will rejoin the team. SERVICE STATION HENRY J. DENN Proprietor All Makes of Batteries Chargod and Repaired 311 7th Street 8. Phone �f6 f I Who Is Ruth? Who is this Babe Ruth of the American league who specializes in knocking the ball out of the lot? Pittsburg fans would like to know. "The big baboon" rival players and managers in the Ban Johnson circuit call him-never to his face, however, although once this epithet was hurled from the coaching lines and a near riot ensued. Babe Ruth always could hit 'em, hut until this season a smart pitcher would invariably fool him. Ruth is only a big kid. He was born in Baltimore 24 years ago and sold to the Boston Americans by Jack Dunn, Baltimore manager, on July 8, 191-I; the sale price was reported to have been $2700, which is probably correct, for that's all he was worth at the time. It was not until 1915 that .Ruth took his regular turn in the box for Boston. That season he won IS games and lost seven. He's Tjeen a winner with the Rod Sox ever since.  _ . � Ed Barrow, the latest manager of the Beaneaters. had no sooner taken hold of the club than he discovered that Ruth could hit like a fiend. "I'll just play this big fellow in the outfield when he isn't pitching," said Barrow, and he did. A product of the back lots of Baltimore. Ruth was picked up by Jack Dunn and developed almost over night. He is a veritable giant, 6 feet 2 inches, weighing 200 pounds. His arms are abnormally long and his shoulders are powerful. Ho is a left-hand hitter, and once he meets a ball squarely, ail you can see is some fielder running with his back to the crowd, unless there happens to be a fence in the way, in which case the ball goes aail-ing over the garden wall. \. CARDINAL DEAD Rome, July 5.-Cardinal Sehas-tloh Martlnelll, prefect of the Sac-red congregation of rites and former papal delegates in the United SUtea Is dead. Our Garage is the place to send your ma-bhine when something needs attention or you want supplies of any kind. We are headquarters for the best Tires and Accessories in the city and take special pains to please each Individual customer foir we want your continued patronage. STANDARD GARAGE THIRD STREET SOUTH THE BEST REPAIR HOUSE IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUST RECEIVED A FEW MARVEL JUNIOR VULCANPG OUTFITS BUOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. "THE HOUSE OF SERVICE". AMERICAN Won. Lost. P.C. Cleveland .. . . .. 43 32 .,i73 Now Yot-k .. . . .. 3S 29 .507 Boston..... . .. 40 31 .5t;3 Washington .. .. .. 39 34 .534 Chicago..... . .. 34 34 .500 St. Louis .. . . .. 33 3S .465 Detroit..... . .. 2S 40 .4,12 Philadelphia .. .... 25 42 .373 Morning Games. ' St. Louis 2, Cleveland '4. Wright and Houcke and Nunamakcr; Covcl-eskie and O'Neill. Boston 11, Philadelphia 0. .Tones, Molneux, Bush and Agnow; Watson. Adams, Pierson, Gregg and McAvoy. New York 7, Washington 0. Shaw-key and Walters; Ayers, Hanson and Picinich. Afternoon Games Cleveland, July 4.-Clevelaad went into first place in the Amcricar. league today by taking both games from St. Loii'ia 4 to 2, and 9 to S, while Xcw York and Boston each lost one. Scores: Afternoon game- St. Louis .. ..303 100 010 0-8 16 2 Cleveland .. ..300 000 500 1-9 IG 0 Rogers, Davenport, Houck and Sev-eroid; Coumbo, Groom and Bagby, and O'Neill. Philadelphia, July 4.-Philadelphia and Bostoq broke even in a double header here today, Boston winning the first game 11 to 9 and Philadelphia the second 2 to 1 which went eleven innings. Scores: Afternoon game- Boston......000 000 010 00-1 7 3 Philadelphia .001 000 000 01-2 9 3 Mays and Schang; Perry and Perkins. Washington, July 4.-After losing the morning game 7 to 0, Washington came back and won the second game with New York 4 to 3. Scores: Afternoon game- New York .. ..000 000 120-3 i> 2 Washington .. . .000 001 30x-4 S 1 Caldwell and Hannah; Johnson and Picinich. Chicago. July 4.-Chicago won both (fames of the "double header from Detroit today 7 to 6 and.2 to 1, the first game going twelve innings. Ty Cobb was the big feature of the day, making five hits In. the first game and going from first to third on an infield sacrifice. First game-Detroit .. ..004 000 002 000-6 16 1 St. Louts ......000 000 000 0-0 5 1 Tyler and KiUtfor; Amos and Gonzales. S., Ottawa, July 4.-The department of the naval service today issued a list of the sHCcenstul candidates at the May examinations for entrance to the Royal Naval ColiBKc. The college, which is to be transferred to Esquimau, B. C, will reopen on September 15. Chicago Star Slammed Ball Hard for Eight Years in American League New York,-'When Joe Jackson left the White Sox to become a shipbuilder, after being placed in Class lA of the army draft, ho surprised a good many patriotic fans. But no matter why Joe left the Sox so suddenly, the tact remains that as a ball player with a punch at the bat ho was always a bearcat In the major leagues. Tyrus Cobb hit only .240 in 40 games with Detroit his first year up. That was in 1905. Since that time Cobb has never been below the .300 mark in 11 years of healthy clubbing .it the craftiest pitching in the big leagues. And Cobb promises to go on and on. Yet with all of Cobb's fereat record, this Jackson person loomed up as a worthy rival for the great Georgian, for Jackson started at a .300 clip when he first broke in as a fielder with the Cleveland Indians back in 1010. and though he played but 20 games that season, having been called back from New Orleans by Philadelphia and traded to Cleveland for Briscoe Lord, he hammered the globule to the tune of .387. . . From .tlje .beginning of the season'of 1311 until August 21, 1915. Jackson' was a member of the Cleveland club, and the figures show that ho hit Uko a pile driver. His best batting average was piled up in 1911. when he finished the season's clubbing at a .408 clip, and the same year Cobb hit .420 and heat him out in the hottest race tor a batting championship that has ever been staged in the American league. Jeckson is a natural hitter and a consistent though not a flash? fielder. Ho is fast and he just naturally goes out and gels 'em without the show or the effort that makes the work ot many fielders look brilliant. His loss to the White Sox was a hard blow, but Jackson made the^blow a little harder to bear by leaving the club with the avowed Intention-of enlisting as a shipbuilder. Here is his record in the clubbing annals ot the American league: 1910-Cleveland A. L....... 1911-Cleveland A. L....... 1912-Cleveland A. L....... Cleveland A. L. ...... 1913 1914-Cleveland A. L. 1915-Cleveland A. L. 1916-Ccicoga A, L. . 1917-Chicago A. L. . .387 .408 .395 .373 .338 .333 .341 .301 Average tor eight years ..____ 359.5 SPORTS NEED NO MOURNING. People of U. S., England and France Want Their Games. New York.-Tho man who gives himself over to weeping and wailing because he believes there is no inter- 318 FIFTH STREET HOME OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES AND THE FL0R8HEIM SHOE. THREE WAYS TO ECONOMIZE IN CLOTHES Buy good ones, Take care of Them, Buy Less. If you have gone to high priced tailors, como hero and save at'least one-third in ready to wear clothes and get the host quality and stylo. If you have been buying cheap ''lolhes, buy better ones, the 3ng wear and lasting style make them lower priced. Get clothes that deliver the greatest value and satisfaction. FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES $20, $25 to $45 est in sports because.6f the tremendously important developments in Europe, is entirely wrong.' . Somehow people of this nation, ot England and oC France want their sports, war or no war. An indication of tho popularity of pastimes in the east was well supplied last Memorial day. , Despite the tact that the day was gloomy, bordering on rain, many thousands ot persons made trips to places near Now York to have an afternoon of relaxation. At Belmont ParkT race track attractions in important stake races drew more than 20,000 persons. At Sheeps-head^ay speedway a motor race was scheduled and many thousands of persons^ went out before they were In-fornjod that the-event had been postponed because of a wot track. At the Polo grounds two ball games had been scheduled, but one of them, was postponed becpuso of the bad weathen Nevertheless, when the second game was started there wore 20,000 fans in the stands. In England, when the war broke out it was deemed advisable to stop tho football league, but the war directors \ of England have decided it best to continue, so they are playing again. And, just to show tho calamity howlers of this nation their faults, tho Americans and Canadians in England hava organized a baseball league. AMERICANS DECORATED Italian Army Headquarters, July 4.-Five American aviators' ct-tached to the Italian army were decorated with the Italian War Cross today by King Emmanuel during a review. THE PALACE GARAGE AND REPAIR SHOP QUICK AND SATISFACTORY REPAIRS. FULL LINfeiOF ACCESSORIES TIRES, TUBES STORAGE W. S. Cook E. E. Peck 308 Second Ave, 8.-Phone 665 : : ? > ? ? LETHBRIDGE BOYS WIN. By a ficoro of '26-13, there or thereabouts, thO; Letlibridge junior baseball team took the moasui-e of the Taber juniore at tho ball park last night in tho rotiirn game of tho series, both of which wore wop by the local boys. Ridpath and O'Connor wore the battery for the Lothbridgo aggregation. Tlie latter did mighty good execution ivlth his trusty fclckory, clouting all oftcriflgs on tho nose. Uldpaih pitched a nice game but his suppiort was rag-god iu Bpotti. : * * J?!* ? -fr    Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY. Hassler Shock Absorbers for Ford Cars. 324 11th Street South, Lethbridge, Alta. W. H. COWLING J, T. HUTCHINSON BARBERS Who Give Satisfactory Service. WESTBROOK BRQS. ' Opposite Bank of Montreal "The Sanitary Shop" AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Hnywood System RE-TREADING & REPAIRING By Bxporlcncod, Workmen. All work guaranteed. Special Equip, ment tor Rim Cut Repairs. R. D. RITCHIE 208 13th St. 8. 0pp. Elllfon Mlllt V / GASOLENE, OIL andTIRES- "-and the greatest of these ts Tires Gasolene mak'es your car go. Oil helps the machinery. - But pneumatic tires make the antoflno* bile not only com/ortaUe-but possible. To prove it, drive a block at 20 miles per hour on your rims. TIRES Brack Tread-Rtd^'VaUs are not only tires, but the very best* in1 tires that the largest^rubber^factorjnon) earth can make, r .^-�.- ^^-c,'^ Bsialim Motor Co. Back of Union Bank Mrt SqtutgM aayai "Cut your tirm upk-p. with a Diainomfc,*^^  'J ;