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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRroGE DAILY HERALD THUKSDAT, JULY 11, 1918 "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus r TH�ff KSVi MAO I ^roUS HER THE OTMCR She d�dn'T improve an-she tvi0u C>ROKEM ^JOTO^OitjHE;* ^J^Kh'MONTM THAN HE%>�Afi^^ Aft^ WANT* YOU TO tKAl'i.e. HtK The Sport Page Locals Win in the Lucky Seventh TAIT AND TUCKER MAY SCRAP HERE DURING SWEDE If negotFatlons now under way re carried through it Is likely the ring tana of the south will see a boxing event of more than usual Importance during the stampede. Frankle Tucker of Seattle, who is one of the best lightweights on the coast, wants to meet Clonic Tait In a ten-round affair. ^'^Talt is willing and If the two are brought together It will be at noon on Thursday, July 25th. Tucker has been after Talt's scalp for a long time. They boxed a four-round draw In Calgary a few weeks ago, and Tucker showed that he was a match for Tait. A definite arr-nouncement may be expected In a couple of days. phone 733 FOR THE O.K. repair shop Shoes and Small Machinery. 817 Third Ave. OIEFERENI IDEAS Systems of Fred Mitchell and John McGraw Diametric-allj- Opposed BASEBA RESULTS NATIONAL service station henryTdenn Proprietor All Make* of Batteries Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street S. Phone 616 I The National league race this season may work out a prplilem ot interest to the stuaent of baseball and baseball managerial methods. As the race swings tajyard tho halfway mark little doubt remains that the real strain ot the late season pennant must and will be shouldered by two clube, the New York Giants and the Chicago Cubs. Considering the clubs alone the Giants on paper seem a lltt'.e the stronger. That is. player for player, the New York outfit is raeclianically the stronger. In the long summer drive to come the managcrl.ll policies of the two clubs will have a great deal to do with the ultimate result. The policies and methods of the opposing managers, John McGraw and Fred Mitchell, are diametrically op-pdsed -to each other. McGraw does the thinking for his ball club. Practically every play ma;de on the field is directed from the bench. Th^ players are merely the Instruments of tha managerial brain. With Mitchell the players do their own thinking as well as their own iJIaylng. .Mitchell does little interfering with the field plans worked out by his men as a game develops and various situations arise. "Skull practice" with the Giants Is more or less of a lesson on baseball, a lecture delivered by McGraw. With the Cubs it is a diacusslon In which every player has something to say. The world series last year went a long ways toward discrediting the McGrav? system. Had the Giants been in the habit of thinking for themselves it Is doubtful whether Heinle Zimmerman and Eddie Collins would ever have indulged In their famous foot race, which crushed the Giant morale and gave the White Sox the world championship. If Mitchell, with a mechanically inferior club this year should beat tho Giants, the system would be even more discredited. Our Garage is the place to send your machine when something needs attention or you want sui>-piles ot any kind. We are headquarters for the best Tires and Accessories In the city and take special pains to please each Individual customer for we want your continued patronage. STANDARD GARAGE THIRD STREET SOUTH THE BEST REPAIR HOUSE IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA New York ., Pittsburg ... Philadelphia Boston..... Cincinnati . St. Louis . Won. Lost. p.c. oO :;2 .094 16 28 .(i3:i o3 St; .493 3 a .471 :;a .4 .=11 :!0 40 .42!! 41' .40S 2S 41 .40G Defeated Beazer and Co. 6 to 4 Chicago. July 10.-Rudolph was in rare form today and Boston won the first game of the series from Chicago, 4 to 1. Score: Boston...... 000,020,011-4 9 1 Chicaco...... 000.010.000-1 � 2 Rudolph and Wilson; Carter, Al-dridge and Killiter Cincinnati, July in.-Effective pitching by Ring and Regan, both of whom were given perfect support enabled Cincinnati to shut out Brooklyn in both games of a double header. Scores: First game- Brooklyn...... 000,000,000-0 0 .t Cincinnati.. ... OOO.Olo.lOx-7 14 0 Coombs, Hermann and Miller; Ring and Wingo. Second game- Brooklyn ...... 000,000.000-0 4 4 Cincinnati .. .. 102,010",01x-5 10 0 Grimes and JliUer; Regan and Wingo. St. Louis. July 10.-St.. Louis twice defeated Philadelphia today 4 to 3 and 7 to 4. St. Louis came from behind in the first game and scored four runs in the fourth inning. Scores: First game- Philadelphia . .. 030,000,000-3 10 0 St. Louis...... 000,400,00x-4 S 0 Oeschger, Watson, Davis and Burns; Ames and Gonzales. Second game- Philadelphia .. . 200,001,001-4 11 4 St. Louis......C24,100,00x-7 12 1 Hogg, Oeschger and Burns; Meadows and Gonzales. Pittsburg, July j.').-Slapnicka's wlldnoss contributed to a New York victory over the home team today D to 4. Score: New York..... 411,040,000-0 14 3 Pittsburg...... 000,040,000-4 9 2 Demaree and McCarthy; Slapnlcka Comstock and Schmidt. AMERICAN Won. Lost. Boston ............ 45 New York ........ 41 Cleveland ......... 44 Washington...... 40 Chicago ........... 37 St. Louis........ 3B Detroit ........... 30 Phiiadelnhla ...... 29 32 33 30 37 37 38 44 45 P.C. .584 .554 ,550 .,519 .500 .486 .40.5 .392 One Quality only-the Best For Accessories and Service Try BUOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. New York, July 10.-Chicago got an even break In a six game series with New York by winning today, 5 to. 4. Score: Chicago .. .. .. 210,200,000-5 S 1 New York...... 010,300,000-4 5 4 Russell, Shellenbach and Schalk; Mogrldge, Russell and Walters, Hannah. Philadelphia, July 10. - Hits by Shaijnon and Dugan beat Detroit today by five to one In the final game of the series making It four out of six for the locals. Score: netrolt....... 100,000,000-1 6 0 Philadelphia .. . 030,010,01x-5 9 1 Kallio, Bailey and Stanage; Perry and Perkins. Boston, July 10.-Boston made It It tho fans of tho city ever lost faith in the efficacy of tho "lucky sov-onth" they should have regained , It last night when it stood the locals In such good stead In the game between Lethbridge and Cardston. for after drawing a row of goose eggs in the first six frames, tho Lethbridge fence busters fell on the redoubtable Beazer for five bases, which combined with two wild throws, netted five runs. Prior to tlie glorious seventh the Cardston team lind piled up four counters and it looked Ilka a shut-out with Beazer going llko a house afire. The locals added another In the eighth, making the final score K-4. Altogether it was as pretty a ball gamo as hm been seen on the local diamond for a long time, and thexshowing of the locals was the surprise of their lives to the fans. Tho Lethbridge boys looked like a real ball team, and considerably stronger than anything which took the field last year. . � There are no spots, on the Cardston-ites either. Manager Cheesoman has a husky bunch under his wing. Three of his lineup could riot be present and tlie gaps weakened the defense, but the team will give the Vulcan crew a run for it on .Tuly 24 wlien they clash here at 11 in the morning. Snappy ball wiia played in the first four innings and it ^ looked like a scoreless game. Ca!rd^ton got three men on-in the first but snappy fielding prevented a run, Zelth being cut down at second. Green to Smith. Lethbridge got the first two men on. Green producing a hit and Br"igg"s"' getting a walk. They stole second, and Green also stole third but Beazer set the next three down by :the. strike out route. There was nothing doing until the fifth when Zcitii acratcaed a hit, went to second on a passed ball and came home on a wild throw by Ferko nc what sliJuld hive been tlie lliird out. While Lethbridge drew a blank in the fifth and sixth. Cardston added three in the sixth. After Griswold struck out, Matkin and MoKenzie singled. Briggs made his first error of the year on L. Thompson's bounder and Zeith produced a hit, during all of which three croc^sed the pan. Zeith was out stealing for the third down. That ended Cardaton's scoring. Cardston staged a nice double play in the fifth, Griswold to Matkin, cutting down Briggs and Potter. Lethbridge waited for the seventh. O'Connor, first up tore off a nice single. Scott got on on a wild throw by Zeith. Green struck out. Briggs laid down an infield hit and In an effort to out down O'Connor at third the ball went past Mercer and O'Connor (iame homo. Then Potter laid on one for two bags, and Scott and Briggs crossed the pan. Red Smith who had been having trouble with Beazer's offerings duplicated Potter's swat and Potter came homo Smith tore for third on the first opportunity, and when .McKenzie he.aved'the ball wide to catch him at tho awkward corner ho beat it tor tho plate and made It. Tho next two men were easy outs. Five runs. Cardston was blanked In the last three frames, Scott pitching hoady ball and tho field gohhling up everything in eight. Tho locals added another in tho eighth when O'Connor slammed tlie biill for two bags and Scott hit hlni home with a timely single. The Lethbridge battery wa? right to the fore last night. There was a good crowd on deck. Tommy Evans umpired, and while tho fans protested his strike decisions at times, he wa^ calling thom as he saw them on both sides. Tho score by Innings: Cardston, runs ...000 013 000-4 11 5 hits ...201 313 010- 11 Lethbridge, nms .000 000 51x-6 9 3 hits .111 100 32.\-^ 9 Lethbridge had lii assists. Red Smith had eight chances at short and never made the sign of an error. A peculiar thing about the game was that Cardston's catcher, second base man and first sacker made every one of their 24 putouts. Beazer struck out ten. The box score will appear tomorrow. Turin here Saturday. ART ROSS STILL ALIVE. "THE HOUSE OF SERVICE" A GOOD ^SQUARE' MEAL Made right and Served right by AU White Help. TtieSilverGrill Cor. 4th Ave, & 5th St. four out of five from Cleveland today by winning 2 to 0 In five innings, rain stopping the gami , Score: Cleveland .......... 000,00-0 5 1 Boston........... 000,20-2 4 0 Coumbe and O'.N'elU; Bader and Agnew. Washlngton-St. Louis, postponed, wet grounds Montreal, July 7.-Art Ross, tho well known hockey player rs now in Montreal, where he has brought tho romalna. of ills nephew, Hugh Ross, for burial Monday, He, himself, is practically uninjured, save for some slight bruises and scratches. Hugli Ross died in the hospital at Littleton from a fractured skull. The facts of the acaldent are that Art Ross,. his nephew, Hugh Boss, and W. C. Mcln-tyr^,. were on,a motor cycle trip and were riding from Botlilehem to Littleton, Thursday night, when the accident occurred. Kach was riding his own machine, and, according to the story told to Dr. Colin E. Ross, of this city, Hugh Ross was in advance of the others. In trying to avoid a rig on the road, Hugh Ross swerved his machine and waa thrown violently to the ground, fracturing his skull, and later dying In -ths hospital. AU three were i idling at a moderate rate of speed. T Louis Keel 318 FIFTH STREET Giant Outfielder Has Satisfaction of Knowing That He Made Good HOME OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES AND THE FLORSHEIM SHOE SOUNDS NICE AND COOL. Seattle, July 10.-With two jumps of 67 and G8 feet without a fall, B. Johnson of Tacoma won the ski championship of the Pacific northwest in the contests Sunday on the heights ot Alta Vista, Paradise valley. Rainier National park. There were 15 contestants. A. Flagstad, Seattle, took second place with two standing jumps of 48 and 62 feet respectively. Hllmer Nelson, Tacoma, was third with two jumps of 53 and 55 'feet. Miss Olga Bolstad, Seattle, last year'a champion, finished fourth with stondlng jumps ot 35 and 37 feet. The record leap was made by J. G. Hansen, Tacoma, I 83 feet, but Hansen fell on the first jump and on the second snapped his ski off as lie landed, putting him In fifth place. By Jack Velock. New York.-Little Denny Kautf may never attain his ambition to become king ot tho batsmen in tho major leagues, tor he has answered tho call to the colors, and is preparing to tako his part In the big world's eorioa across the Atlantic. But though Kauff may never enjoy the realization ot being tho loading batsman in baseball, he can find consolation in the fact that ho made good as a major leaguer, despite the prophecies of a good many ot his critics who said he did not have the class. Donned In tho khaki of Uncle Samuel's national army, Kauff can look back at hia major league days with a smile and say: Made Good. "I proved my rlglit to {i big league job. I made good." And Kauff certainly did make good with the Giants, the club that ho always wanted to play with since he broke In as a bush loaguor. During his Federal league days Kauff's success as a batsman convinced him that he could deliver the goods in any league. A good many people thought he was swelled on himself and because ho was often mis-quoted by certain scribes tho impression gained strength. The result was that Kauff had to stand for many a jibe and a great deal of kidding that would have discouraged the average ball player and ruined his chances of sticking In the majors. But Benny simply gritted his teeth, took a toe-hold at tho plate and said to himself: "I'll show "em!" And he showed 'era. Determination Never Faltered. Ho found tho pitching much bettor in the majors than that which he had been used to in the Federal league, but it made no difference in his determination to bat and field his way to stardom. He just kept on plugging. Kauff has natural ability as a hitter, fielder and base runner, and behind that he has unlimited nerve. Ho had always aspired to some day usurp the thrones ot such stars as Ty Cobb and Trie Speaker, and he never gave up. Now that hla baseball career has been halted, temporarily at least, ho will have to satisfy his ambitious nature by making good as a soldier, and If we know anything about Benny he'll make good, and then somo. MEN WHO LOOK AHEAD IN CLOTHES BUYING In our present Block ot Fashion Craft Clothes you will find values far bolow today's market cost ot tho materials and workmanship In them. Worsteds finished and unfinished, tweeds, homespuns, cheviots and serges-all of them pure wooj. Sensibly styled and with lasting shapell-ncss stanchly tailored Into them. Priced with a very narrow soUinsp margin $20 to $45 PLAYERS WILL BE LIONIZED, Those Who Fight for U.S. Will Be Heroes After War. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION LoulsvUlo 5, 8, 5; Columbus 4, 6, 6. Kansas City 1, 5, 3; St. Paul 9, 7, 3. First game-Tol.)do 1, 5, 0; Indianapolis 3, 8, 0. Second game--Toledo 3, 8, 2; Indianapolis 6, 6, 0. Milwaukee 0, 5, 1; Minneapolis 3, 9, 0.' ' * New York.-Baseball fans aro going to lionize the players now In Uie army when tho war ends and ithey return to tho diamond, .More than 500 players have answered Uncle Sam's call and many of them havo gone to Franco or aro in the navy. But how will tho fans receive tho players who have loft tho game for safe employment in munition plants and shipbuilding yards In order, it Is charged to avoid military service? Surely these ao-callod "slackers" will hot enjoy favor -when Hank Gowdy, Kd. Klepter, Joe Harris, Jim Scott, Leon Cadore, Sherrod Smith and other aol-diera come back to entertain their follow citizens on the ball field. CHAMPION LAWN BOWLERS. NIagara-On-The-Lake, Ont., July 10. -Dr. Paul and A. N. Longstroet, were Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY. Hassler Shock Absorbers for Ford Cars. 324 lUh Street South, Lethbridge, Alta. W. H. DOWLINQ J. T. HUTCHINSON tho winners In the final trophy competition of the Ontario La^vBn Bov;l-Ing^ Association tournament here th.'s morning. They play tho finals this afternoon. Tho consolation competition waa b-j-gun today, also play In tho doubles. WITH THE BOXERS. Tho next battle ot Importance bo tween the little fellows will probably bo between Johnny lOllbane, tho featherweight champion, and Lew Tendler, tho Philadelplila newsboy,' who has been coming fast tor the last few months, Kllbane announced, after his defeat by Leonard, that ho was through with the ring game, hut pressure has been brought to boar for him .0 meet Tendler. Thoy will weigh fin at 130 pounds. Kilbano Is In great condition on account of hit work as Instructor at an army camp. Tendler is said by fight critics to bo the nearest rival Benny Leonard has had for the liglit weight crown. A bout with Kilbano will be a real test for his ability. Miike Gibbons, tho St. Paul phantom, who is tho most clover middleweight of recent ring history, may engage in another fight hcforo retiring. He has expressed a desire to meet Jack Dompsey, challenger for the heavyweight crown, In li 10-round argument. Mliko Is heavier than ho over was before, tipping the scal.^s at about 165 now. Dompsey la 35 pounds heavier, but could be persuaded to make 185 with big money in sight. It Dompsey will come dowi to 185 pounds there are many closo followers ot tho game who will put Uioii money on Clbbons. THE PALACE GARAGE AND REPAIR SHOP QUICK AND SATISFACTORY REPAIRS, FULL tilNE OF ACCESSORIES TIRES, TUBES STORAGE W. 8, Cook E. E, Peek 308 Second Ave. S.-Phone 605 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Baltimore 7, 10, 1; Jersey City G, 12, 0. Second game-Baltlppore 2, 'l, 1; Jersey City 1, 4, 1, Binghampton 6, 12, 2; Newark 12, IC, 1. Buffalo-Syracuse, double header, postponed, wet grounds., Toronto-Rochester; two games postponed, rain, PAClilC COAST San Francis(i