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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta stx THE LETKBRIDGti DAILY HERALD AIJUUST BRINGING UP FATHER By Me Manns TMKT RVE A TO ILL BET ME TACKLED ME The Sport Page BASEBALL RESULTS NATIONAL Chicago 67 New York 61 54 Philadelphia 46 47 Brooklyn 45 Boston 46 Louis 30 36 43 47 63 54 55 57 65 Sunday and Pitts Iburg divided a double header Chicago winning the first game 5 to 3 and losing the second 3 to Scores Pktsburg 000 7 3 Chicago 104 0 3 Comstock ami Schmidt Douglass and Second iPittsburg 200 8 1 Chicago 001 10 2 Mayer and Schmidt Carter and Bnd Louis broke evco In a double Tieader Cincinnati taking tho firnt 3 to 2 and the visitors the second 5 to Scores liouis 000 6 2 Cincinnati 000 3 3 Doak and Gonzalcs Eller anJ Second 000 13 0 Cincinnati 001 10 1 Packard and Luque and Saturday Boston 000 S 1 Now YorK 010 11 1 Rudolph and Wilson Toney and Second Boston New York 300 8 1 and Wilson Pflrritt find Fiiiladeluhia 00 2 2 Brooklyn 200 7 4 Oeschcr and Adams Grimes anil Second Philadelphia 300 4 4 Brooklyn 000 7 4 Prendergast and Ames Coombs and Chicago 000 000 S 0 Pittsburg 002 001 S 1 Called on account of Carter and Killifer Cooper and Louis 020 10 1 Cincinnati 120 17 2 Meadows and Gonzales Eller and AMERICAN Won Lost Boston 63 42 Cleveland 61 47 Washington 59 46 1 New York 49 51 Chicago 50 54 Louis 48 56 Detroit 47 59 Philadelphia 42 62 ANDY REPAIRS RADIATORS ALL WORK REAR DALLAS HOTEL Upstairs Palace Garage SECOND HAND CARS FOR OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Cook E Peck 308 Second 665 Sunday and Chicago divided a double header here Chicago taking the first 6 to and Cleveland the 6 to Scores j Chicago 020 11 1 Cleveland 001 11 4 j Cicotte and Schalk Enzmann and Tho Second Chlcagd 110 15 1 Cleveland 000 10 1 Russell and Jacobs Enz Morton and and Louis divided todays double Detroit losing the first 2 to 5 and winning the second 5 to Scores Detroit 000 11 2 AUTO TIRES OP ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By tho Famous Haywood System RETREADING A REPAIRING By Experienced All work Special Equip ment for Rim Cut RITCHIE 208 13th 8t Elliion Mills SERVICE STATION HENRYTDENN Proprietor All Makes of Batteries Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street Phone 616 Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND Phone 1023 824 11th Street Dowlino Michelin Tire Insurance The best insurance policy fur that trip to the GET IT HERE BIJOU IMOTOR THB HOUSE OF SERVICe LOCALS WIN INTER CLUB GOLF But McKenzie of Macleod Lowers Course Record With Finely Played A very enjoyable and interesting match between the visiting Macleod and Pincher Creek golfers and the lo cal club was played during the week Two games were two balls and the result In both games being in favor of Letli Some very good play was shown on both sides but the outstanding feature of the match was the brilliant exhibi tions of golf by of who gave a perfect display in the first round and returned the very low score of 33 as follows for Macleod and Lethbridge Pincher Creek 0 McKenzie 1 0 Farrow 1 1 Kennedy 0 1 H Law Rhodes 0 1 0 Morris 0 3 Lethbridge 1 Hume and McKillop and 0 Mara and Fox 1 Shepherd and D Macleod and Pincher Law and F 0 Kennedy and Parrow and Butchart 0 McKenzie and Morris Lethbridge one Lethbridge won by two matches on the two Louis 010 S 1 Dauss and Stanage Houck and Second Detroit 102 10 0 Louis 000 7 2 Kalllo and Spencer Daven port and defeated Philadelphia here today 3 to Shaw allowed only three Score Philadelphia 3 0 Washington 002 3 6 0 Adams and Perkins Shaw and Others not Saturday Washington 000 6 2 Philadelphia OuO 7 0 Johnson and Ainsmltli Watson and Second Washington 010 5 0 Philadelphia 8 2 Harper and Ainsmlth Perry and New York 010 12 0 Boston 90 Mogridge and Walters Bush and Second New York 010 8 2 Boston 000 7 I Caldwoll and Hanna Mayes and S Chicago 000 15 0 Cleveland 000 5 1 Quinn and Schalk Bagby and O Detroit 001 0 1 ooo Cunningham and Stanago Hogars and INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Sunday Newark Jersey City Baltimore Binghampton It Hamilton Rochesaer Second Roches ter Saturday Huffalo Toronto Second Toron to Hinghampton Baltimore Second Bal timore Newark Jersey City Hamilton Rochester Second Roches ter TAKES A SHOT Al SLACKERS A SHE SAYS GOODBYE after spending a brief furlough from his the dreadnaught playing shoristnp for the Boston Braves said goodbye to baseball again at the close of Hog ton scries in Losin and departed for the east to rejoin his shipmates and resumh liU duties of watching for submarines and guard ing transports with their precious loads crossing to Englaiil and Tlie ton days he spent with the Braveo was a great lark for Maranville and a big help to his Tor he put more life and pepper in it than had been shown all The Rabbit is the same little hust ler and did not seem to have lost a bit of his baseball ability is a result of roughing it at In Man ager George Stalling declared ha better than ever and paid the Rabbit some high compliments when he told him Im mighty said Stalling to be manager of the club ftInch fur nished not only the first big league player to Hank Gowdy also another man whose pat riotism actuated him to Quit a game he loves almost as much as life Walter I only wish I had nine such men left on my Hell succeed in the for lies primar ily a Painter Players Hurt The Rabbit himself was modest about own part in the winning of the but he did have quite a bit to say about ball players who doclge military service by going to work as ship Not only would they be sorry for it at some future said and were thus hurting but they were hurting baseball generally as they gave many people the impression that the players are a lot of Ball players who are in the draft and jump their clubs to go to work in the steel and shipbuilding leagues are not doing baseball a bit of said when asked for his opin ions of baseball and the war problems that beset They also are not helping Uncle They are not skilled enough to be of much use in those concerns and their chief object is to play Fans will remember the players who left their and after the war la over those who come back undoubt edly vlll be tormented all around the circuit for their Twice Acroaa on I like the navy because 1 like the water always From the time I was able to go into the water I have been a swimmer and I sailed a boat around Boston for When the chance came to get Into the iavy I grabbed although I hated to leave It was not necessary for me to and I believe I could have played this season out with the I had but I have taken care of and more than glad that I My experience has been two trips over with trans and it certainly was I enjoyed every minute of But dont think the navy is a sort of soft berth for fellows who dont like the idea of being in the In spite of what the marines tell We have our share of and thats not We expect the time to come when well do our big part in this war and thats the day were all waiting the German fleet comes out and we go after it and put itout of That will be some fight and they say its sure to I hope the major leagues will not be made to suffer this work or fight order and that they will be al lowed to continue until the seasons finlhh I hope to be on shore leave to see the worlds series and nothing would please me more than to see my Fred pilot onegpt the clubs in that I think hi as he has a good ball a fine bunch of fellows and unquestionably the best pitching staff any team has had in the league for many I suppose theres a chance for the but its still my ball club and Im going to pull for It any I had a pleasant time with ray pala and I hope I helped them a I was glad to see the fniis I like them and I hope they like and that theyll want me back after we win this TRICKS IN THE NOBLE ART OF FISHING Fiching is the leading American next to the pianola It is carried on almost entirely in sporting but can be done in streams and The form of fishing is known as the empirical or experimental Fishes are divided by science into two edible and Edible fishes arc those that are land Edible fishes weigh from one to three Larger fish than this live in literature and do not take the To go fishing successfully it is nec essary to have an outfit consisting of a day a hook and a piece of There are innumerable varieties of such as beetles and toy torpedo known as casting Casting is done by hurling the tor pedo boat violently into the water and hauling it back until the fisher There are bettor such as lob ster pots aijd The noblest lulling ia fly It is the art of tinowing a miniature feather duster on the water in the hopj that it will look like a Count less fishes instantly depart from all poinls of the horizon to look at Fly fishermen count these countless fishes and report the number minutely to the sporting Kven tho smallest fishes reach en ormous This is because the scales carried the fishes are not The most disastrous mistake in fish ing is If a lisa does not bite instantly the fisher try another places at After trying throe places without the fisher will do bust hy hailing Uu place out with a The bait for Romrsil fishing Is the This is u longitudinally elong tubular it is enormously plentiful over ihe entire habitable globe except when it ia wanted for Worms then cost one cent pel He is made into bait by being im paled on the This is not painful to the He is prevented only by lack of speech from expressing his The worm should belowered Into the water kindly and A fish will snap it up This flgh may be a finnan haddie or a tin Some fishes are known as game This not because of their but because they jump into the when Many fishers refuse haughtily to fish for any except game The best way to get a tame fish ia to play him untilhe jumps and thqn stun with a The leading game fish of the United States is the speckled Un cultivated persons call this fish a The speckled beauty Is speck led with purple and blue spots over a brown moire and watered silk It ranges In size from two inches to monsters of three and and lives exclusively in bab bling brooks not less than one Inch It is fished for with artificial flies and oaught with iiullhearjg are more easily caught than This gives them a much liner The bullhead can be iden tified by gripping him If it is a bull head the fisher will find the fish nicely nailed to his hand by hand some Tho bullhead has the openest smile of any except the sperm The sperm is not a true game He is an independent oil who waa pushed into the sea when Jolm Rockefeller was One sperm whale Is considered a fair catch for one days Fishers who would rather fish for numbers than quality usually devote themselves to the The eel Is ex ceedingly easy to but not HO easy to A 10inch eel swal lows the hook and 60 feet of line in the mpraent of The fisher must jerk as soon as the eel He will then discover the eel looped handsomely around his neck and tied with a sailors A somewhat more aristocratic sport is salmon A salmon is caught with a pole that has been sawed into three or more pieces and put together again at an expense of not less than The salmon fisher begins at dawn to cast Into the salmon pool with his pieced pole and continues casting until sun guide then wafes into the pool and gets the salmon Ifefe There is also salt water Salt water fishing la not fishing for salt mackerel as many unscientific thinkers Bait water fishers catch pollocks Tho equipment for a salt water fisher is a stronger one mile of a meat hook and a stdowhcol The steamer Is to get sea sick The very best way to la by trail It is the favorite method of fat men who fish for Trolling IB done by sitting In an easy chair In a boat and being rowed around by a The troller a pole and At the end of this line Is a piece of machinery that revolves swiftly If the rower is kept his work by judicious remarks from the The machine has a bouquet of col ored feathers attached to together with as many hooks as Very often a rower will have rowed barely fifty miles before a fish Is Enthusiastic trollers keep a supply of fresh friends on baud during the troll ing EASY TO CHEAT SAYS WRESTLER Steeplechase Riding and Wrest ling Give Fakers Great Fashion Graft Suits REDUCED TO CLEAR AT MQ TC 918J5 Disposing of every broken every old such a price men will recognize as the lowest theyre likely to sotno of the fabrics may goon be off Uio market quoted at so high j a price they will be no longer avall i able for readytowear Snappy models for young and conserva I tlve styles for men of mature years at Clearance of HigherPriced Grades at and Louis Keel 318 Fifth Street Home of Fashion Craft Clothes and The Florahcim Shoe Several years ago George the great little went on rec ord as saying that he never would take his oath regarding the honesty of a wrestling Not that he meant all wrestlers were In his op two wrestlers could so fake a bout that even an expert could not tell If the men were wrest ling on the Followers of the turf are of the same opinion regarding steeple chase It is so easy to fall off a horse at a jump that the ex perts cannot distinguish the false from the genuine that is why steeple chase racing is not particularly popu lar with those who like to go to the every to sit out in the air and watch the horses running to make an occasional friendly Such at least was the opinion at the where the rank and file still were talking about the victory that Commodore Ross Sixty a rank paying as much as 30 to scored in the steeple chase event the other day beating the odds on favorite by fifteen Maybe it was all right and maybe it was still thore were some who said that the timbertopping trust had managed to bring home another good The famous hunger stone in tha river Elbe Near Tetschen ac cording to popular belief in predicts a famine when is now visible for the first time since the be ginning of the The stone lies in the bed of the river and has never been visible save at exceptionally low On the stone ia chiselled in old German When ye see ye shall your Pistons become take your car to the Graham Motor and have the carbon out with This is the only sure way of removing the Manager FARMERS TAKE NOTICE We have a number of steel oil drums on Just the thing for storing Capacity from 46 to 52 faucets While they each Baalim Motor Company Back of Union Bank THE RED CROSS NEEDS YOUR OLD TIRES AND LEAVE THEM IN THE BOX AT OUR I ;