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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta tKM 5 m r SIX UP f 1 r A t v By i A CLAM The Sport Page The Lethbridge Cardston Game lYrilowlng Is the box score of the GardatonLethbridge game here on iWedfleeday showing the ac ttTKies of the players H p 3b 5 2b Ib c 501020 502040 0 0 0 0 2 02000 01451 11700 1 2 13 11 J 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 4 11 24 12 5 0 1 0 l o l l 5 4 1 1 1 11 2 1 1 1 4 4 0 c 2 00100 00000 02401 220 PHONE 733 FOR THE REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small S17 Third Totils 6 9 27 16 S Eoore by Cardston 013 Lethbridge 000 hits OConnor double play Grls wold to Mat kin bases on balls Off hit by pitcher By 1 Struck By Beater by 2 earned rant Card ston 2 stolen bases Green Notes on the Lethbridge team displayed more pep as a whole1 andworked together than was expected of a team that has never played together Beazer Is a fine andhas lots of He will give Vulcan a lot of SERVICE STATION HENRTDENN Proprietor Red Smith had hard In the Calgary city league he has struck out only three times thle and to whiff three times at Beazers offer ings somewhat He cover ed rlr like a Briggs foozled but his fielding all round was He took nine out of ten and they werent Patter made a stop of a throw from Smith on Mercers ground er in the Ferko la only a kid and needs some coaching on how to play his cor but hell be good third base man He hits OCgnner is about the niftiest little catcher weve had around bere since Pulley left the The boy keeps the whole team on their toes and works the opposing batters to a His battery ie improving every and will pitch ehut out ball yet before the season is Len Green Is running bases like an eighteen year He pilfered second and third the McLeanr didnt get his eye on the He Is a husky but Beazer fed him the wrong kind of Vaselenak looks better at third titan He hadnt his battfflg eye Vas started out in the epring with three hits in four times Our Garage Is the place to send yonr ma chine when something needs attention or you want sup plies of any We are headquarters for the best lures and Accessories in the city and take special pains to please each individ ual customer for we want your continued STANDARb GARAGE THIRD STREET SOUTH THE BEST REPAIR HOUSE IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA B RESULTS NATIONAL 62 22 New 46 27 36 36 34 37 Boston 32 41 Cincinnati 31 40 Lonis 29 43 Brboklyn 28 42 Marshal Tom McCarthy Gives Some New Facts About the Kaisers Cup Wilson Owner of Which Won Famous Pewter Trophy in Spent Small Fortune Having t Guarded Night and TESTS OF OUR TIRES bave sbawn they cost less per tnlle of service than many others much higher Service is the real test of not you need a new tire or a whole set give ours a like many will find your tire expense very much BUOU MOTOR THE HOUSE OP SERVICE July broke his losing streak of eight straight games by winning from Brooklyn today 7 to Score 0 Cincinnati 14 0 Marquard and Wheat Toney and July York lost to Pittsburg here today a to the game being evenly fought until the ninth Score New York 9 0 Pittsburg 9 4 Smith and McCarty and July Douglas of the Chicago Club had the distinc tion of winning both games of a double header from Boston 4 to 3 and 3 to Scores First Bpston 11 2 Chicago 12 2 Nehf and Henry Douglas and Second o 6 1 Ragan and Henry Douglas and July proved better than Sherdell and John son today and Philadelphia won the third game of the series with Louis 5 to Score Philadelphia 10 3 7 1 Prendergast and Burns Tuero and AMERICAN Boston 46 32 45 36 New York 41 40 38 37 38 36 39 Detroit 31 44 30 45 July Athletics got an lead off Houck and held it against winning 8 to 5 from Seven pitchers Score Louis 10 a Philadelphia 11 2 Wright and Severoid Geary and July held Chi cago to four hits today and Boston won the first game of the series from Chicago 4 to Cjcotte was hit safe ly nine three of them doubles by Babe Score 4 3 Boston 9 2 Clcotte and Jacobs Mays and New July bested Finneran in a pitchers battle here today and Cleveland won the first game of the series with New one to Score 7 0 New July new In side information on the already justly famous kaisers cup was given last night by United States Marshal Tom McCarthy at the supper tender ed to the Hard Boiled Eggs by Pat Kyne at it was such an in teresting tale that McCarthy un folded that the Eggs stopped eating and drinking and listened One of you fellows ought to alt down some day and wjite the story of that Bunk would make mightly fine said Marshal It may have been 100 per pure but that cup brought to the Red which gives us the laet When the kaiser gave it for a cup he was probably laughing up his but now that we such a huge sum for war it to me that the kaiser is probably laughing on other side of face That when originallyoffered FIVE MAi A GOOD SQUARE MEAL Made right and Served right by All White TheSilverGrill 4th 6th Stallinga vand Rowland Are Lifcky Ones New major league managers In the big show this have guided teams to a worlds cham They are Connie Mack of the John McOraw of the Fielder Jones of the George Stalllngs of theBraves and Clarence Rowland of White McGraw piloted his Giants in 1905 to the only worlds championship he has won as manager oftheNew York though he has annexed five Na tional league Cqaaie whose record ofwinning three worlds baseball titles may never be equalled by another copped his first purple and gold emblem in re peated the performance and came back for a third time in Like Mack has won five pen nants with his Fielder whose Hitless Won ders of 1906 won the worlds cham pionship from the Cubs in the only modern worlds series played between two clubs representing the same achieved all his glory in pne short George whose suc cess in winning pennants in a number of minor leagues won him a wide re putation as a capable an nexed his only big league pennant and tho worlds title in the same space of time that it took Fielder Jones to accomplish the The sensational drive of the Boston Braves in 1914 is still freah In the memory of fana Clarence Rowland of the worlds champion White Sox came up to the big show with no previous major lea gue experience either asmanager or player and within three years time reached the goal that every major league pilot strives for aa ocean to ocean race by the kaiser in was all part of their This bit of tin gave Ger many vworth of prees as there was not a paper in the world but heralded that race with column after column of The race was won by the owned by Wilson He had a an killed in and he conceived the idea of offer ing to sell the cup for the benefit of the Red It was a plaifeky con test that the Atlantic The day after the race started a terrific gale blew The skipper of the on which Marshall had several millionaires ae his announced that it the yacht was caught in the hands were In danger of los ing Everybody aboard readily agreed to risk all ifor the sake of winning the great international The Atlantic finished away of the second whichwas a Ger man Thecaptain of that en trant could hardly eyes when he learned tho Americanshad as he bejieved that no other boat had dared to battle The men in the Lusitania and were there When the Atlantic gloriously Of when all the entrants had them coming in nine days afteq there was a great reception at the kaiser present ing the beautiful gold cup to Marshall in the presence of Of course Marshall valued the trophy He hired a watchman to guard H day and In summer when he went to Stamford he placed the cup in the Lincoln Trust company To think that euch a which yachtsmen spent millions of dollars to compete for was the bunk During the Red Cross when the cup was put time and again at not a soul thought for a moment that the trophy was a during the performance at the Metropolitan opera when COO people pooled apiece for the purpose of seeing it broken the great big bunk was To tell you the I hardly dared to etart breaking the cup as was and it alii came about through an accident that the expose was During my talk I had been using my hands a good deal making ges Suddenly my right in de scribing a strutlc the which was on a and it drop ped to the It didnt true ring of which eral auditors to remark that it might not be the real Upon examina tion by essayists it was found that the cup was made of brass and gilded not being worth a dollar and a half if taken to the Just as this cup which all along bad been thought to be of at least intrinsic value and Lord knows how much In sentimental wae found to be the so I believe pretty soon the socalled great Ger man line will be found the bunk and that it will give way and prove so much New 3 2 Coveleskie and ONeill Finneran and July hits off Johnson in the seventh and ninth Detroit today overcame a six run lead and defeated Washing ton 8 to Score 12 2 Washington 13 2 James and Stanage Johnson and INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Buffalo 3 Rochester No others AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Milwaukee 1 Minneapolis PACIFIC COAST San PrujwlHco NOT GOTTOTHE SANITARY BARBER SHOP WESTBROOK Opposite Bank of Montreal The Sanitary Shop AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System A REPAIRING By Experienced All work Special Equip ment for Riu Cut RITCHIE 201 13th St Ellison Mills M PER HAS HIS Nearly every boxer of note in the history of pugilism Das been menaced by least one rival who held the whip Although Peter Jackson had a wonderfully successful career in the yet there was one man he never succeeded in and that was Bill In fact Farnan once knocked out Jack son in three and In a second encounter Farnan had Jackson on the ring floor at the time the arena was rushed by a Farnan was small er than Jackson and not nearly so clever a These battles took place In 1884 in Australia at a time when Jackson was developing as the probable heavy weight champion of that Far zian claimed to be the champion of the pair were match ed for a tttle fight in that In the first round it seemed as if Jack son win as he as he scored half a dozen knockdowns be fore the round But Farnan freshened remarkably duriiig the minutes rest and started the second round with a fusilade of blows to Jacksons These blows to weaken who lost his usual precision and speed and he was in straits at the close of the Farnan continued his body iu the third round arid soon bad Jack son in his own corner in a helpless then let go a heavy right that caught Jacksonon the eide of the head and brought him As he failed to arise in ten seconds Far nan was declared the Jackson asked for another match and Karnan The meeting rook place jn In the fourth round Farnan drove In a hard blow to thestomach and Jackson went to the At this point a mob rushed into the ring and stopped any further box Ing by the Under the rules the referee ordered a resumption of the battle within 79 but Jacksons second for some reason unexplained consented to a draw Farnan having broken Some friends in timated that he had been drugged in both bouts but the matter never was Farnan and Jackson never again met in the but Tom Lees beat Farnan and Jackson later defeated but Jackson never ceased to la ment the fact that he had not wiped out the defeat inflicted by CRAWLED UNDER BOCHE PLANE TO GET PAPERS Captain Bill Megloughlln Ot a well known x Rider rugby who is transport officer for the 38th Battalion in had Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OP AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND Hauler Shook Absorbers for Ford 324 11th Street COWLING HUTCHIN8ON ijri f Louis Reel 318 FIFTH STREET HOME OF FASHION CRAFT AND THE FLOR8HEIM 2PIECE SPORT AND OUT ING SUITS useful and practical Thestyles are very well tail ored soft worsteds and Palm bunlnesd fts wen as yqull find sizes to fit all i to a narrow escape from deathrecently and is in badly He crawled under a Fun whlc1 was shot downby an allied to get the dead aviators when Ritzle opened fire on the shells killed andwounded some 38th transport men who were by Ad tired tlie Hun but Meg loughfln emefged but with valuable Y v VVJTH i New the for mer University who was farmed out by the Giants to the Nashville club of the Southern Association this has been turned back to the Giants as the Dixie major league has suspended operations for the duratlc the who is in physical and who went very well with hoe reported to John McGraw maydecide to hold on tothe young pitcher for the pros though has received a commission in the medical reserve be the col OPEN NEW BROADMOOR LINKS Barnes and Hutchinson Beat Evans and Colorado July new Broadmoor golf course was open od here on July 4th with a Red Crost benefit match between two profes James Barnee of the Broad moor club and Jock Hutchinaon of and two Chick Evans and Warren both of the professional winning two feature of the afternoon was the Auctioning of privileges and of a golf ball autographed by President Wilson through which the Red Cross netted THE PALACE GARAGE AND REPAIR SHOP QUICK AND SATISFACTORY FULL LINE OF ACCESSORIES TUBES STORAGE Cook Peek 308 Second MS 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 is the official Blue Book pf the Alberta Motor Baalim Motor Back of Union Bank ;