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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAILY HEHALO JULY TIT UP FATHER By Me Mantis HOW Aftt XOU TMrST VtMEH THE IN MIHU AND BY COLUX I CANT HOW IN tMB AMt tt HOUtE NOW WONDER WHO ME NEW PIPE The Sport Page Chin ball team will invade Leth brldge Saturday evening to at tack the and with the fam ous Lewis just rounding into con dition a good game Is Scott will be on the mound for the and as the frizzling wea ther has ironed all the kinks out of hie he should be able to pitch the best game of the sea Therewill be a number of changes to strengthen the local lineup In the outfield and in hit ting And now comes word that Ta ber will play here Wednesday evening This gives the lo cals games with Barons Taber and Vulcan And of there is the fea ture game of the called for Wednesday forenoon at eleven oclock when Vulcan and Cardston will clash for the Southern Alber ta A busy week for the fans is The fastest mile worked by a 3 fearold trotter this season was placed to the credit of Hollyrood Bob when he turned the North Randall track in He ie by Peter the Great out of Fanny and is own ed by THE PALACE GARAGE AND REPAIR SHOP QUICK AND SATISFACTORY FULL LINE OF ACCESSORIES TUBES STORAGE Cook Peck 308 Second 665 PHONE 733 FOR THE REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small 817 Third SERVICE STATION HENRVTDENN Proprietor All Makes of Batteries Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street Phone 616 Following are the draws and handi caps for the monthly button competi the flrst to be which will be held over the With this competition and the preliminary round of the hole competition during the next golfers have a busy season Chaney Crawford McKil lop Craig Skeith Shepherd Oxland Duff Parker Tasker Buchan an Reid Macleod Mara McArthur Davidson Pennefath er KJrkhazn Adams Hyde Hogg Judge Jackson Fox Hincks Crowford Dinning Bertrand Macgregor Burns Marrs Macbeth Wilson Mayor Hardie Ritchie Paterson Menzie Nelson Harmon Gibbons McSwain H Poapet Cocq Waddington Freeman Fisher Guilbault Smith Bawden Livingstone Mc Cready Toombs Deaper Kellogg John Mack John Scott Maddison Davies Fleming PLAYERS WIVES ARE Mike manager of the Chat tanooga team in the Southern associa which disbanded says all the blame for players jumping to ship and steel plant leagues and leav ing the game for other occupations must not be placed on the athletes He says thatof all the players he tried to place elsewhere and who pre ferred to work in munition plants or go to shipyards were influenced by their who were afraid of the effects of the workorfight A GOOD SQUARE MEAL Made right and Served right by All White TheSilverGNII 4th f 8th BASEBALL RESULTS AMERICAN Boston 51 31 600 Cleveland 48 10 New York 44 3 43 41 Caicago 30 4 ISi Louis 38 44 Urtroit 36 4fi 34 47 New July York and Detroit divided a double header here the Tigers the first 4 to and New York 3 to 2in 10 inn Scores Detroit 010 61 New 000 5 0 fanies and Stanage Keating and Second Detroit 101 000 12 0 New York 000 000 002 10 2 Kallio and Stanage Keat ing and July was unable hit today and Cleveland won 5 to Score 010 10 0 000 6 11 Coveleskie and ONeill Ho velik and July Louis defeated Boston here today 6 to Score Louis 031 11 4 Boston 51 Davenport and Severoid Molyneaux and July and Philadelphia divided a double header Chicago taking the first 3 to 1 through fine pitching by while the locals took the second 4 to Scores Chicago 201 S 1 Philadelphia 010 2 1 Cicotte and Schalk Gregg and Me Second Chicago 000 5 2 Philadelphia 000 8 0 Shellenbach and Schalk Perry and NATIONAL Chicago 56 25 New York 49 31 Plttsburg 40 38 Philadelphia 38 41 Cincinnati 36 41 34 45 Louis 32 47 29 47 Ma WILHOIT STARTS OUTTOFILLSHOES OF BENNY KAUFF Makes Average of 417 in First Five Games as Bennys Successor Motor Visitors to the Stampede Witt Be Anurtd the Very Bert Service in All Detail at Our BIJOU MOTOR THE HOUSE OF SERVICE July weakened in the sixteenth today and Brooklyn scored a 3 to 2 victory oVer Chicago in the first game of the ser Score Brooklyn 000 000 002 000 000 11 5 Chicago 7 2 Grimes and Wheat and July Philadel phia Nationals defeated Pittsburg here today one to nothing in thirteen Inn Slapnickaa pitching was sup erb hut the visitors had all the lucky Score Philadelphia 4 2 Pittsburg 6 3 Jacobs and Burns Slapnicka and July York easily defeated Louis today 8 to Score New York 200 12 0 Louis 040 9 2 Smith and Me Carty Doak and INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Jersey City Rochester Syracuse Newark Second Syracuse New ark Baltimore Buffalo Toronto Binghampton 12 Inn Second Blng hampton AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Columbus Toledo Minneapolis Milwaukee Paul Kansas City Indianapolis Louisville John Madden has what looks like a champion 2yearold in Ihe Slliko colt He has been a mile in Joe who has been a mem ber of the Giants for a considerable length of but who is by no means well known to Polo grounds is now being givun a chance to show the rooters just what he is capable and it must be said of him that he is making a good begin He isnt a star by any means and his work since he has been post ed in left field when the Giants are facing a right handed pitcher hasnt been for ft was his inexcusi able nap off second base in the ninth inning of the game with the Phillies on Saturday that probably cost the Giants a victory over Morans Nevertheless his stick work has been just a little better than was expected and he has done his part 111 getting the Giants back into a winning Since the departure of Benny Wilhoit has played in five games and in seventeen official times at bat has made seven hits an average ot Batting inlne Jleauup he has gpne to bat eight times with a chance to drive in a run or advance a runner and has come through on four of the eight When it is remembereQ that he has had mighty few opportunities to pit his skill against that pitchers in the past year or so his start is a bit Joes has not been up to the Of course he is playing the so long patrolled by George and his work naturally by comparison with that1 ot the peerless Johns vllle But Joe is better fielder than he has shown since his promo tion from bench duty last and he will give a good account of him self in this department of the game as soon as he works the stiffness out of hie acquires the knack of gauging flies which rise against a background of blinding Im glad my vacations Tie remarked on the trip to Boston last I never did so much sitting around in my life as Ive done since I joined the and its a relief to know that Ill have a chance to get in there and play a great part of the time from now The case of Wilhoit recalls that of Eddie Eddie went to the Gianta when the Federal league dis and as John McGraw had three great outfielders in Kauff and Dave Robertson Roush was forced to remain on the This fretted him beyond for he complained that It vade feel loggy to ait idly in the dugout day after On rare occasions he was given an opportunity to break in as a pinch but on these occa sions he failed to make much of an impression as he seldom came through with the desired He ac counted for this by saying that he needed regular work to polish up his batting and make him good for any thing with the and that his theory was a logical one was proved by him as soon as he was traded to the Reds in the deal which took Christy Mathcwson to Cincinnati as manager of UH club sent Charley Henog and Wade Klllifetto the Installed as a regular in the Cin cinnati llouih immediately I began to hit consistently and his fielding became a feature of the tteda lie wound up the 1016 season with a siitisuiiuial average and last year captured the batting honors of the National loaguo by compiling a mark of Wilhoit is not another but he undoubtedly will make a capable outfielder for ifle Giants and may surprise the runa by his Jim liko glad ot the opportunity to get into the game more often than he dono in the but so far he hasnt had a great deal to The Cianta have had to bat agaiiiHi Icfi banders only twice since Kauff forsook striped silk shirts for the more durable flannel and in tlieso two games the big Indian acquitted He drove in one run with u triple off Arthur Neht iu iioston last the fol lowing day nickel Bunny Hearne for a blow thru scam pering over the LEWIS MATCH A BATTLE Champion Had to Work His Best to Retain Wrestling Crown That CaddockLewis match the other day In Des was the real al though Caddock hung to his he only succeeded in holding it after two and a half hours of the hardest fighting one could wish It was a pretty with the Kentucky Strangler making himself known as among those present every minute of the The little god called in order perhaps not to show was goqd to both of the He saved Lewis twice from falls when It seemed almost certain the champion had and Caddock was favored by in that the contest was held to two and a half for the champion was tiring rapidly toward the hut for which fact it Is highly probable he would have turn ed the Kentucky lad with a desperate toe hold that he clamped on with barely 10 minutes to Caddock had accepted a handicap of over 40 pounds against the advice of Gene who was opposed to the match from the argued for and and In view of the tact that the 8Sth to which Sergeant Caddock is attached at Camp is liable to go across the waters shortly it may be Earls last big fight until after the kaisers All in it was a tough match all the way with some patches of intense Lewis threatened seriously and had the vast throng of Caddock rooters mightily worried several but Caddocks resourcefulness seems un limited and he was able to meet every Lewis was in good shape and put up his usual doggedly good making plenty of the pace throughout and keenly alert to the defensive the Defeat he congratulated the victorious champions in manly Thats Will Not Resist Work or Fight Play in Shipbuilders League July Horns Louis National will not fight a workorfight order is sued to him at Fort and within a few days will be sign ed to play with an eastern shipbuild ers according to information received President Branch Rixey declared today that the club will not defend Hornsbys I will have nothing to do with the declared Further I expect to be In France before Hornsby ever gets into He refused to explain the nature of his mission to Seventy children were born in Win nipeg This constitutes a record for that One hundred and fifty births were registered during the WHY NOT GO TO THE SANITARY BARBER SHOP WE8TBROOK Opposite Bank of Montreal The Sanitary Shop AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Hay wood System RETREADING A REPAIRING By Experienced All work Special Equip ment or Rim Cut RITCHIE 20a 13th Ellison Visitors L Stampede Little things that help to make life worth living In this hot w There It nothing In the tine of summer wear for men that you cant find In our for the for the outing Straw Hats and Panamas Here Is a chance to get that most serviceable type of summer headwear A large assortment to choose to CHIPPED STRAWS AND BOATERS and to and BATHING SUITS Serviceable one piece suits in navy SHIRTS A remarkable showing of Sport Shirts in white with fancy to A full line of the famous Cluett that have a con tinent wide many exclusive to UNDERWEAR True Knit Velvet light weight for summer in single piece and Single LOUIS KEEL 318 FIFTH STREET HOME OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES AND THt FLOR8HEIM i j TROTTING Charles Mabry drove the 16year old gelding a mile in over the half mile track at He made his record at in Before leaving Indianapolis Lon McDonald worked Zomrect a mile in He also drove the 2yearold filly Bessie Worthy a mile in but as she seemed a little off after the workout he did not put her in the car when v he shipped i to Cleve Charley Valentine starts out this year with a strong stable of de veloped the list Including Little Frank Baxter Miss Rosalind Donna Flo Prince Hal and the two Cochato by Cochato and Mamie Locke by Gor don When Pancoast sold for at auction and Mambrino King was re presented by winners at nearly all of the big meetings it looked as though the Mambrino family of trotters would soon rival the leaders in the Hamble tonian family even If they were not so Both of them and all of their great sons are now dead and the only well known stallion tracing through the male line of Mambrino Chief in the pacer Don the sire of Sayde Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND Hassler Shock Absorbers for Ford Phone 1023 324 HthjStreet Hutehlnson Put a Lethbridge Radiator Emblem on Your Car for Stampede Week We Have Them at Each Baalim Motor Back of Union Bank v PUKING STAMPEDE WEEK WE WILL PRESENT YOU WITH AN OFFICIAL ALBERTA MOTOR LEAGUE ROAp GUIDE WHEN PURCHASING A ALL SIZE TIRES ;