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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MJt THE LfcTHBflrDOE DAILY HERALD IfllS BUNGING UP FATHER OO TOO TO PUSX THE ON PORHCR TO EVER PLAN CAN COOK Oft By Me Manns WE tttlN4 IJPA cum roR LIKE T6 f WHOEVER HEARD OP The Sport Page Cardston Lethbrldge to And on the head of heres a choice bit cf neWt for the fans Red captain of the Col umbus Club team of the Calgary City will cavort at short for the locals in their game against the slugging crew from the Red Smith is con sidered one of the classiest short stoppers ever seen in action In amateur ball in this province and the fans are in for a treat Another spot where the lineup will be eandbagged is at first where the CoaldaleTurin catcher will be will hold down second and Vase enak or Ferko on third with com plete the The Banker bat tery will with Ridpath ae An effort was made to get Noble but he was not avail There will be a husky hit ting crew In the and Cardston will know they have been engaged in a ball game be fore the lastput Jack Mor rison is out of but Tommy Evans will handle the It will be a big and it will start at The following players are ask ed to be on deck Red Vaselenak Brlggs and TOMMY BURNS ANXIOUS TO RETURN TO BOXING Tommy Burns announces that he is anxious to return to the i ing and prove that he still retains a lot of his old power and Right on top of that Burns testifies In his suit for divorce that hie wife dropped him for the count with a knife and a He avers that she scored points on many another Life in a trench would be home sweet homo for PHONE 733 FOR THE REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small 817 Third I BALL PLAYER MAY SOON WEAR PAPER UNIFORMS Baseball players may be wearing pa per suite Uncle Sam uses a lot of flannel to clothe his fighting men and there may aot be enough left to supply baeaball If the bold athletes have to wear paper suits they Will be mighty chary about sliding to for if the suit started to tear the blushing player would find himself adorned only in his native Some of the players would be wjapped in brown paper If the fans have their BASEBALL RESULTS SERVICE STATION HENRY Proprietor All Makes of Batteries Charged and Repaired S11 7th Street Phone 618 WE SAVE YOU MONEY ON WEARING FOR YOURSELF FAMILY WILSON NORTH Persons Economically Inclined Will find much to interest them In the hosts of genuine bargains to be found at our Midsummer Clearance Sale now In NATIONAL 50 21 New York 45 26 35 35 Philadelphia 33 35 Boston 31 39 Brooklyn 28 39 Cincinnati 28 40 27 42 July Thorpes home run into the left field bleachers gave New York a 76 victory over after ten innings Score New York 13 3 Causey and McCarty Douglas and July pitch ing for Boston was hit hard by Pitts burg the home team winning 7 to Score 8 1 11 2 Fillingem and Wilson Cooper and game play ed on July July Brook lyn got twelve hits for a total of twenty bases the visitors could not connect at the right while Louis hit Cheney opportunely and won todays game 6 to Score 12 3 12 0 Cheney and Wheat Packard and LOW HANDICAP IN THE LEAD Results in Captains Competi tion Show Result of Trim med Handicaps 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 p One Quality only the Best For Accessories and Service Try BIJOU MOTOR THE HOUSB 0F SERVICE AMERICAN 44 32 New 41 32 Cleveland 44 35 40 iS7 Chicago 36 37 36 38 Detroit 30 43 28 45 July strengthen ed its hold on first place by defeating Cleveland one to nothing In twelve Score Cleveland 8 1 Boston 8 2 Bagby and ONeill Bush and Agnew New July York and Chicago broke even in their double header here New York won the first game easily 8 to and Chicago won the second in ten innings 3 to Score First 6 2 New 10 1 Cicotte and Schalk Cald well and Hannah Second 13 1 New York 11 0 Benz and Jacobs Flnneran and July held Detroit safe in the first game today and Philadelphia won 3 to 1 by bunch ing hits off In the second game Detroit batted Perry hard in the fourth and fifth winning 5 to Scores First 12 2 Philadelphia 11 0 Boland and Stanage Qregg and Second 8 0 with a handicap of won first in the monthly captains prize competition over the turning In a gross 89 for a net The low handicap men had their In nings thta three of them being in the Following are the de tailed scores Gross flcap Nett Craig 89 6 83 Macleod 93 9 84 McArthur 96 12 84 102 18 84 Crawford 104 20 84 MacGregor 103 20 85 Kirkham 102 16 86 Oxland 103 16 87 Shepherd 99 12 87 Reid 97 9 88 Freeman 106 IS 88 Linvingstone 111 22 89 Hincks 110 20 90 Wilson 107 16 91 Mara 102 9 93 McKillop 102 9 93 Deaper 116 22 94 Davidson 113 18 95 10S 12 96 Ill 14 97 DUKE TO July Ka hanomoku of Hawaii and Perry of will next Saturday and Sun day In the three swimming contests for the worlds short distance swimming champion It was announced SITUATION IS TltU fornler national open telle of the following won derful shot Most players when caught in deep sand traps are well satisfied to just get During the National champion ship In 1910 over the links of the Philadelphia Cricket holed out from a nasty sand trap that was at least 50 yards from the The shot was particularly unusual because it was made in the final round of the important when every stroke made a big difference In the winning The leaders were pletty well bunch ed at the start of the last When playing the seventh hole ray approach was half topped and the ball ell short Into a mean sand pit a little to the right of the This mishap looked like the loss of at least one stroke and at a time when an extra stroke would have put me almost out of the I made up my mind to take a des perate chance and try for the green rather than juat recover out for a pitch up to the Taking the heav iest niblick I had I got the ball up quickly and it went high in the direc tion of the The ball dropped on the green perhaps 30 feet in front of the bole and had juat enough strength to roll The shot wasnt so spectacular as lofting over but to me it was one of tho moot remarkable and use ful shots I havu over It was that sand shot more than anything else that was for my win ning the national title that Claimants Now Only of Ordi nary Ability as In New present stilus of tha worlds heavyweight champlonsiiip looks about the same today as it did when Jim Jeffries announced his re tirement In Burns and count less other pugilists then claimed the including even Jack In we have now the days of 1904 re Wlllard has He and In all probability emerge from his Kansas farm long enough to take a sound whipping as Jeffries It being the Invariable rule that a fighter once 1n retirement is practically gone when It comes to hooking up with a real game scrap Now we have two wouldbe cham Futlon and on our and both of them are ready to stake their punch against all Dempsey has been accused of picking easy marks during the most of his ring and at one time was very much dissatisfied with the whole game and wanted to get out of Neverthe he has been making some noise all while the prospective Wil lardFulton bout was 1n the After that was unceremoniously black balled by the Fulton said he waa willing to give Dempsey the once As to the possible outcome of the battle very little can be said Ful ton has met some good men and has a mighty on the other has not been credited with vic tories or even battles with the top but he has a lung string of oneround knockouts to hia The only fair basis of comparison In on the two meetings with Billy Miske of Dempsey and Fulton fought Miske last but neither regis tered a decided A GOOD SQUARE MEAL Mdde right and Served right by All White TheSilverGrill 4th 6th Philadelphia 7 3 Dauss and Stanage Adams and July Louis de feated Washington today 7 to com ing from behind In the ninth inning and Score 12 2 Washington 8 4 UogeiH and Severoid Ayers and INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Binghampton 1 Baltimore 0 Jersey City two games post two games post AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Toledo 0 Indianapolis Kansas City 0 Paul 0 Louisville 1 Columbus 3 PACIFIC CQAgT Vernon 0 8alr Lake Sacramento 5 Oakland San Francisco 5 Angeley MGOORTY BOOSTS The ayeg seem to have it In the vote on whether Ritchie Mitchell is the real thing in the fighting Eddie McGoorty la the latest to cast his He waa back of Joe Welling when he and Mitchell clashed at Mil waukee While Welling was considerable of a disappointment to me for his failure to win when he had his man there is another side of the fight one must look said That side of it is all around the Mitchell It is evident to me that Ritchie is a much better boy than most people credit him with I thought too put up one of the greatest battles in the face of a sarioua handicap that I ever I asked Welling about Mitchell at the end of the third and Joe told UH in the that though he seemed to be flopping and staggering around the was stIU strong and had a big TwJ rounds after that Mitchell was entire ly over his trouble and had his punch working in great He staggered Welling time and and Joe got a pretty good although all through tho battle Joe kept trying his best to land eomo sort of a punch on his man and succeeded in getting home a few that seemed to Mitchells quick recovery from a right flush on tho and the able manner In which he conducted himself after stamps him as a fighting with a great WHY NOT GO TO THE SANITARY BARBER SHOP WESTBROOK Opposite Bank of Montreal The Sanitary Shop AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System RETREADING A REPAIRING By Experienced All work Special Equip ment or Him Cut RITCHIE 209 13th Ellison Mills TELLS OFBM1FIELD Says Combination Was Greatest in History of Baseball The greatest outfield that WM ever gathered together in the entire history of the game was the SpeakerHooper Lewis combination of the Boston Red declared Clark man ager of the Washington In days gone and even in the there have been outfielders outranged one of that But when it cames to a nothing ever approached Hooper and Their work was almost It was almost impossible for a batsman to hit a ball into sate territory In the Red Sox Any one of that trio seemed able to travel 100 still get the go backward and in amazing fashion they could catch the ball on their shoetops or over their And those boys Had throwing arms that knew no Times without number would make a catch fat out toward the fence and the Man on third would try to go homo on an apparent sacrifice It seemed that nothing but a miracle could stop him from Yet the Red Sox gardeper who caught the ball would the runner was out standing Hooper and Lewis made up the greatest outfield of all time and I doubt if another combination as uni formly powerful ever will be seen In action Louis Keel 318 FIFTH STREET LONGER LINKS IN A conception Of the extent to which the increased liveliness of the golf ball has brought about lengthening of the links may be formed from the figures of the distance negotiated by the playerH at the Olympia Fields Country where Chick Evans and Warren Wood played the Hutchinson and Where a few years ago a course of 0000 yards was considered of cham pionship caliber so fatflying have be come the improved balls that now that would seem toiibe a short wholly unfitted for highclass ama teurs or The Qlympla field course has an out of 3422 yards and an in of or a total of 6733 This is the distance of a 300 yard hole longer than the Garden City Golf club course from the back and 500 yards longer than the Piping Hock A concrete idea of the flight of the fast bill of today was strikingly given Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY Hastier Shock Absorbers for Ford 324 11th Street DOWLING HUTCHINSON HOME OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES AND THE FLORSHEIM SHOE The Heady Made Shirt thats as good as any Made to Shirt costing twice asr Youll find its on every Look for the These shirts are cut by they are cut to Every shirt Is carefully the nock bands and cuffs are properly built a double stitching where the strain are well All of every shirt at any price an Arrow as to cut and In many number ively at this ARROW SHIRTS to at the Slwanoy linta lut when the reached the home a distance of 665 yards In two wooden thus enabling him to got an underpar 4 to beat the As recently as two years ago that would have been a three shot even for would be Interesting to how such great distancegetting in a hall tends to Improve the THE PALACE GARAGE AND REPAIR SHOP QUICK AND SATISFACTORY FULL LINE OF ACCESSORIES TUBES STORAGE Cook Peok 308 Second 009 During the week of the Lethbridge Agricultural Fair and Stampede we will present each purchaser of a new casing with a 1918 Road Guide This gives all the principal roads In Alberta and the official Blue Book of the Alberta Motor Baalim Motor Back of 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