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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta W 'i PAGE six THE LETHTnlUDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1918 "BRINGING' UP FATHER" A By G. McManus t.XCEPT THM' WHEN KOT Up THlt> THE PIPE IN HALL WD ON THE LP1ECE OH: WELL Wl'Ul HA.WEN PIP6 MOW IN THE E OF Din IT CAN'T HAVE AROUND THl'b WONDER VWO MEW PIPE ftl The Chin ball team will invade LetEi- bridge Saturday evening to at- tack the and with the fam- ous Lewis just rounding Into con- dition'a good game Is expected. Scott will be on the mound for the locals, and ss the frizzling wea- the'f Has Irone'd all the kinks out of. his arm, he should oe able to x pitch the, best gams of the sea- There will be a number of changes to strengthen the local lineup in the outfield and in hit- ting ability. Arsd now comes word :ber will play 'here Wednesday evening next This gives "the lo- cals games wIUvBaronc Tuesday, t Taber Wednesday, and; Thursday. 'And of course, there fea- ture game of the week, called'for Wednesday forenoon at''" elevenx o'clock when Vulcan and Cardtton ,wlll clash for the Southern Alter- ta championship A busy week the fans. Is ahead. j The fastest railed worked by -a trotter this season .was placed to the Hollyrood; Bob when he.iurned lie North :Randall lrac.k in Peler the Great out of Fanny Stanlcn, and is own' si. by J L. Dsdss BnStRnll RESULTS THE PALACE GARAGE AND REPAIR SHOP QUICK -.AND. SATISFACTORY REPAIRS. fULL LINE OF ACCESSORIES TUBES STORAGE W. S Cook E E Peek 308 Second 665 PHONE 733- FOR Trit O.K. REPAIR SHOP >nd Smill Michtnery. 817 Thlrrf Are. jvritig are the draws and handi- caps for the monthly button competi- tion, the first played, which will be held over, the weekend. With this competition preliminary round of tho hole competition during the neit week, goiters a busy season, aheii D'Hntne, scratch, is. Insp. Chanay 15. W. Crawlord H. A. McKil- p9. W. P. Craig 5, n. H. J. H. -Skeith.6. S. J: Shepherd 12, vs. T. Oiland 16. D. Dull 18, TS. W. AV Parker 18. A. H. Tasker IS, vs.. W. A. Buchan- n45. A. H Re Id 9, TS N T. Macleoi 9. A. Jlsn S, Vs. M. S. JIcArthur H. Davidson 18, vs. SupL Pennefath- r 20. J. S. KJrtham 15, vs. J. Adams 17. .P. O. Hyde 20, vs. A. B. Hogg 24. Judge Jackson 16, vs. T. W. Foi'10. R. Hincks 20, vs. H. W. Crowford 10. R. O. Dinnini; 20, TS. B. Bertrand 18. SUcgregor 19, vs. F. Burns 24 a. T. Marrs 18, TS. H. Macbeth 20. B H. Wilson 16, TS. Msyor.-IiiTdie 8' RJ J..nitchie Palersoa II, W ilenzia It 16, rs W J.' G. H..Harmon 22, T5. H. V. Gibbons D. J. McSwain 22, TS. P. H Toll. 12 W. V. Poapst 22, vs. W. A. R. Cocq 5. F. .Waddlngton 22, vs.1.SI. Freeman .8 A. Fisher B. C. Guilbault 25 R Smith '5, TS J. Bawden 25. H Livingstone 22, vs. T. H. Me >andy IS J A Toombs 27, Y3 O. C. Deaper 22 R W Kellogg T3. John Mack 27 John Scott K, TS H. Maddlsoa 27 M. J. Da vies 26, vs. Geo. Fleming 2t PL'AYEBS' WIVES AHE BLAMED. Mike manager of the Chai tanooga the Southern assocla tlon, which disbanded recently, say airihe blame for players Jumping t ship and steel.flant leagues and ing Ihe-game.-for other occnpation must, not-be-placed on the athlete theoieelves. He says all the players h tried [o place elsewhere and who prc fe'rfdd ,io work in mnuitlon planls o go to. shipyards were Influenced b their wives, who were afraid of ti effects of the wortt-or-ffght' order. Boston..... crcland York .islunp.tbn icagu----- Louis. truit 'iilail.'.p'iia SERVICE STATION HENRYTbENN Preprietor All Mikes of BitterlM Charged and Repilrctf 311 7th Street 8. Phoht 619 A GOOD 'SQUARE' MEAL Made right and Served right by AQ White Help. TheSilverGrill Cor. 4tli Ave. f 5th St, AMERICAN Won. 51 4S 44 43 .30 3S 36 34 Lost. 31 40 39 41 4i. 44 4f. 47 P.C, CI10 .545 .-no .420 JIakes Average of 117 in First Five Games as Benny's .._ Successor Joe Wllhoit. who has been .a nieon- ber of the Giants for a considerable length of time, but' who by n eans well known' to Polo ground jv Vort, July York and etroit divided a double header here day, the Tigers winning'the first to New York 3 to 10 inn- 53. Scores: etrbit'-'...........000 010 6-1 ew YorK .'.T...010'000 5 0 James and Stanage; Thormahlen, eating' and Walters. Second etroit! 000 101 000 .12 0 ew Ycrk ...CM 10 2 Kalllo and Stanage; Finneran', Keat- g and Hannah, Walters. Washington, July as unable to., hit Cov.eleskie; today nd'Cleveland-won 5 to 1. Score; lere.lahd 10. 0 Vashirigton OOP C 11 Coyeleskie and O'Neill; Shaw, Ho- elii Vni Picicicb. Boston, July Loiils defeated here toda? 6 to 3. t. Loiils .......010 031 11 pston ..........010 110 5 1 DaTenport and Severold; Bader lolyneaux and Mayer. Philadelphia, July am 'hiladelphla divided a double heade oday, Chicago toting the first 3 to hrongh fjne piiching by Cicotte riille the locals took the second 4 t Scores: v hicago......-....000 201 0 'hiladelphla ......000 010 2 Clcotto and Schalk; 'Gregg and M> Lfoy.. Second Ihlcago ..........000 000 o 'hiladelphia ......100 000 3 Benz, an ichalk; Perry arid Perkins.. Chicago' New York 'illsburs Philadelphia Boston St. Louis.. NATIONAL Won. Lo3t. 2S 43 40 3S 36 34 32 29 31 38. 41 41 45 47 47 Chicago, July weakem 10 the sixteenth emergency. Lewis was good 'shape and pu' up his usual steady dogged y goat plenty.of the, pace .keenly alert to tho defensive end ot the matter Defeat victorious That's Ed cd, he congratulated the champions In manly style. ihance to drive in-Vrun or advanco runner and- has-cnme on of the eight occasions.'" it s'remembered thsty.hei has had nighty few opportunities to pit his kill' against that pitchers n the past ;vear his start Is !a fit Impressive. Joe's fielding, however, -has not leen up to the standard. Of course e is playing the saiiMleld, so long patrolled .by George Burns, and his work naturally suiters' by comparison wilh'thatlof the peerless St. Johns- Tille boy. But Joe is .a better fielder ban ho has his promo- ion'from ]bench' duty last 10 .will giTO a gwd; account of him- self In-this department of the game as soon as he'works1 the stiffness out of his JointSjSnd acfiiiircs the fcnacfc of gauging flies which' rise against a of blinding sunlight "I'm glad my vacation's over TIB remarked on the trip 'to Boston last Sunday. "I never did so much sitting around in my' life as'I've'doho' since 1 Joined the Giants, and It's a relief to fenow that I'll have a chance to get in there and play a great .part of the Linte from n'ow on." The case of WlihoH recalls' that of Eddie Roush. to the Giants when the Fene'ral league dis- solved, and as John SlcGraw haJ three great outfielders in Burns, Kauff and Dave Robertson Roush was forced to remain on'the bench. This fretted him for he complained- lhat 'It ,.hlm feel ''Ibggy" to sit idly In-the" dugout day after day. On ram occasions he was given an opportunity to break in as a Inlit'u liuler, iiul Ofi thSSC OCCS slonfl he failed lo riako much of an impression aa he seldom came through with the desired-hit. He ac- _ ____ r connted for :this by'saying that he declared nickty. "Furtho Wil! Not Resist "Work o Fight1' Play in Shipbuilders' League ings. Slapulcka's pitching- vraR sup- erb but the visitors had all tho lucky breaks. Score: Philadelphia 000 000 4 2 Pittsburg 6 3 SI. Louis, "July Horni by, St-- Louis National'ehortstop, wl not fight a order 1 sued to him at Fort-Worth, Teia and within a'few ilaya will bo slgi ed to play with an'eastern shipbulli era' team, according to inform'alio u.'iivuil i.eii. President Crcnsh Riic [ledared'to-dayrthat tho cl.ub .vr' defend iiornsby'a case., wlil liolhlnp'to ffo wilh Ih Jacobs and Burns; Schmidt. P i Motor Visitors to the Stampede W3I Be Attttred the Very Beit Service in AD Details at Oar Garage. BLIOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. "THE HOUSE.OF.SEAVICEn Slapnlcka and St. Louis, July York easily defeated today S lo 5. Score: New York 200 12 C St. 92 Schupp, Damaree, Smllh and lie- Carty; Do a k and Oonzalca, Clncinnati-Doaton, postponed, rain. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Jersey, Clly 0, Ilochester 1. Syracuse 1, Newark 4. Second Byracuee C, New- rk 3. nalllmoro 9, Buffalo Toronto 6, Blnghampton 4. 12 Inn- ings. Second 7, Blni hampton 0. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Columbus 1, Toledo Minneapolis 10, Milwaukee 7, St. Paul 8, Kansas City 4. Iniilanapolls 3, 1. John K. Madden has what lool-s like a champion 2-year-old In (he SlIjVo -He has bee'u a mlfe'ln needed regular work to polish up his batting and mate film.good for any- thins with the and that, his (theory was a logical one was proved iy him as soon aa he was traded to the fletls In the deal'-which look Christy Mathcwson to Cincinnati as manager of Us Charley and Wade KlIHfer lo the Giants. Installed as h regular In the Cln- clnnal! outfield, Roush Immediately began to hit conslslenlly anil Ws fielding became a realiifb ot the Jled'a play. He wound upCthe-101G eeason with a substantial .average and last year, raptured tho of the Xatlonal league compiling a mark of .'M. Wilholt Is not another.Housh, bul he vindoublcdly will inako a capable outfielder for the OianU and may surprise tho fans by hla work. .Jim Thorpe, liko Wllholl, i( glad o( the opportunity to get into tho game more often, than he has dono in tho pasL but >o far ho hasn'l had a great doal'lo no. Tho alanU hare had. 16 bat against led Sanders, only Iwlco since Kaulf Slr'ljtcd allk shirla for (he more durable flannel khaVi, and in these Iwo games Ihe bfg Indian acqullled himself well. He drove .In one. run wllh a triple' off Meht more, 1 expect to be In France bofo. Horhsby over'gets Inlo He refused lo explain the naluro his miaston lo France. f Seventy children wore born In Wl nlpeg Wednesday. This constitutes record for that city. One hundred ai fifty blrtliB were registered during II week-end. in Boston J'lho fol- lowing day nicked Bunny llcarne for a blow lhr.l sent perlng 6ter Iho WHY NOT GO TO THE SANITARY BARBER SHOP? WE8TBROOK Opfojllp o) Montreil "Thf Sanitary AUTO TIRES OF'ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous System RE-TREADING A REPAIRING Experienced Workmen: All work guaranteed. Bpeclal Cqtilp- (or Him Cut R. D. RITCHIE 1M 13th Sf. S. Off. ElllMn Mini Stampede Little thlngi that help to make life worth living In this hot weather. There Tc nothing In the Itpe of summer wear for men that you can't find In our for the office, for the street, outing outfits. Straw Hats and Panamas Here Is a chance to get that most serviceable ot summer headwear known, A. large assortment til choose "from, 1 to 56.50 CHIPPED STRAWS AND BOATERS and Reduced to and BATHING SUITS Serviceable one piece suits In cotton, navy1 i lift SHIRTS A remarkable showing of Sport Shlrta In white with: fancy patterns i to r A lull lineoMhe.famous.Clvett that hate a coa- islde reputation many materials patterns. to UNDERWEAR 'True Knit'1 Velvet Ribbed, light -weight' for summer wear, In single piece-and combination. Singk LOUIS KEEL 318 FIFTH STREET HOME OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES AND THE FLORSHEIM _ SHOE TROTTIN.CTGOSSIP. drove the IS-year? Id gelding Slarlle, a mllo In ;11V1'over lip half'mile track at ashen, N.Y., recently. He mado Ills ecord at Ohio, in 1910. Before leaving: Indianapolis Lon .cDonald worked! Zomrect a mllo In HEV also .drove-.. the 2-year-old Ity Beaste, AVorlhy a mile In ut 33-aha seemed: a Itlllo he workout .he-.did not. put her In, car.' when ho 'shipped llo Clflve- and; "j auction and Marflbrlno Kinp was ro- irosented by wlnnen' at Marly' all of .he big meetings It looked though .ho Mambrind famllyjof trotters would soon rival tho leaders In tho Hflmble- Ionian family even if they were not so numerous. .Both and all of their great sons aro now dead and :ho" only, well known, stallion tracing through tho malo lino of .Mambrino Chief 16 the'pacer.. Don bonsmore, (he sire of Sayde Dehsmorc, Charley Valentine, starts out tiili rear with- a strong atablo of de- eloped tho list Including fHtlo Frani D., nailer Lou, :03Vi! Rosalind alOuyii' Un, Flo Stalely, f'lpia, Prince Vincent, Hal ll., ho two 'Cochslo niinfa, Cochnto aiii] jfamlo Locko ty Gor- !on Prlnfe. When' rimcoait' sold for. at Central Repair Shop K1N13S OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY, Hassler Shock for Ford Phone 1023 1? 11th JStreet Soufh, W. H. Dowllng, J. T. Hutchfoton Put a Leihbridge Radiator Emblem on Your Car for i Stampede Week We Have Them at Each Baalim Motor Go. Bick of ynipn. Ws BOBING 6TAMPEDE WEEK WE WILL PRESENT YOU WITH AN OfFIClAt ALBERTA MOTOR LEAQUE RO PURCHASING A TIRE. ALL TIRES ;