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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGESnC I- I THE LETJ^KIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY. JULY 19, 1918 "BRINGING" UP FATHER" ~7-a- A By G. McManus The Sport Page CHIN OiH Chin ball team will Invade Leth-bridge Saturday evening to attack the locals, and with the famous Lewis just rounding Into condition a good game Is expected. Scott will be on the mound for the locals, and as the frizzling weather has ironed all the kinks out Of hit arm, he should be able to pitch the best game of the season. There will be a number of changes to strengthen the local lineup in the outfield and In hitting ability. And now comes word that Ta-bcr will play here Wednesday evening next. This gives the locals games with Barons Tuestiay, _ Taber Wednesday, and Vulcan" Thursday. And of course, there is the feature game of the week, called for Wednesday forenoon at eleven o'clock when Vulcan and Cardston will clash for the Southern Alberta championship. A busy week for the fans Is ahead. The fastest mile worked by a 3-tear-old trotter this season was placed to the credit of HoIIyrood Bob when he turned the North Randall track in 2:08%. He is by Peter the Great out of Fanny Stanton, 2:10^, and is owned by .T. L. Dodge. THE PALACE GARAGE AND REPAIR SHOP QUICK AND SATISFACTORY REPAIRS. FULL LINE OF ACCESSORIES TIRES, TUBES STORAGE W. 8. Cook E. E. Peek 308 Second Ave. S__Phone 665 PHONE 733 FOR THE O.K. REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small Machinery. 817 Third Ave. Followiag are the draws and handicaps for the monthly button competition, the first to be played, which will bo held over the week-end. With this competition and the preliminary round of the hole competition during the next week, golfers have a busy season ahead. 0. Hume, scratch, vs. Insp. Chaney 15. W. Crawford S.ivs. H, .\. McKil-lop 9. W. P. Craig 5, V3. H. J. H. -Skeith 6. S. J. Shepherd 12, vs. T. Oxland 16. D. Dufl: 12, vs. W. A. Parker 18. A. H. Tasker 12, vs. \V. A. Buchanan .45. A. H. Reid 9, vs. N. T. Macleod 9. A. -Mara 9. vs. .M. S. .McArthur 11. U. Davidson 18, vs. Supt. Pennefath-er 20. J. S. Klrkham 15, vs. J. Adams 17. F. O. Hyde 20, vs. A. B. Hogg 24. Judge Jackson 16, vs. T. W. Fox 10, R. Hincks 20, vs. H. W. Crowtord 19. R. G. Dinning 20, vs. B. Bertrand IS, \V. Macgregor 19, vs. W. F. Burns 24. G. T. Marra 18, vs. H. Macbeth 20. E. H. Wilson 16, vs. Mayor Hardle 18. R. J. Ritchie Paterson 14, vs, H. W, -Menzie 14. H.-Long 16, vs. W. J. Nelson 20. G. H. Harmon 22, vs. R. V. Gibbons 24. D. J. McSwaln 22, vs. P. H Toll. 12. W. V. Poapet 22, vs. W. A. R. Cocq P. Waddington 22, vs. M. Freeman 18. A. Fisher 25, vs. E. C. Gullbault 25. R. A. Smith 25, vs. J. Bawden 25. R. Livingstone 22, vs. T. H. Mc-Cready 18. J. A. Toombs 27, vs. O. C. Deaper 22. R. W. Kellogg 2^, vs. John Mack 27. John Scott 25, vs. H. Maddison 27. M. J. Davles 26, vs. Geo. Fleming 24. PLAYERS' WIVES ARE BLAMED. Mike Finn, manager of the Chattanooga team in the Southern association, which disbanded recently, says all the blame for players jumping to ship and steel plant leagues and leaving the game for other occupations must not be placed on the athletes themselves. Ho says that'Of all the players he tried to place elsewhere and who preferred to work in munition plants or go to shipyards were influenced by their wives, who were arrald of the effects of the "work-or-flghi' order. S10IIACE< ATTERY SERVICE STATION HENRY J. DENN Proprietor All Makes of Batterlea Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street 8. Phone 016 I A GOOD ^SQUARE* , MEAL Made right and Served right by AU White Help. TheSilverGrill Cor. 4tli Ave. f 5th St. AMERICAN Won. Boston ............ 5^ Cleveland ........ 48 Nev,- York ........ V.'a!;!iinr.ton ....... 4:'. Cuicago ........... Si? St. l.onis ....... "'8 Drtroit ......... I") PiiiKid.-.phia ...... 34 Lost. .31 40 3) 41 4.' 44 ir, 4: P.C. 00 u .�|45 :,30 12 A'-.:. .4 Z<.) .420 MHOITSMS OUIIOFILLSHOES OF BENNY KAOFF Makes Average of -117 in First Five Games as Benny's Successor New York, July 18.-New York and Detroit divided a double header here today, the Tigers winning the first 4 to' 1, and New York 3 to 2 in 10 innings. Scores: Detroit ...........000 010 300-I R 1 Now Yorlc ........010 000 000-1 a 0 Sames and Stanage; Thormahlen, Keating and Walters. Second game-Detroit ........000 101 000 0-2 12 0 New York ____000 000 002 1-3 10 2 Kallio and Stanago; Finneran, Keating and Hannah, Walters. Washington. July IS.-Washington was unable to hit Coveleskle today and Cleveland won 5 to 1. Score: Cleveland.......100 010 111-5 10 0 Washington......001 000 000-1 G 11 Coveleskie and O'Neill; Shaw, Ho-velik and Picintch. Boston, July IS.-St. Louis defeated Boston here today 6 to 3. Score: St. Louis .......010 031 010-6 11 4 Boston ..........010 110 000-3 5 1 Davenport and Severoid; Bader, llolyneaux and .Mayer. Philadelphia, July 18.-Chicago and Philadelphia divided a double header today, Chicago taking the first 3 to 1 through fine pitching by Cicotte, while the locals took the second 4 to 3. Scores: Chicago ..........000 201 000-3 9 1 Philadelphia ......000 010 000-1 2 1 Clcolte and Schalk; "Gregg and .Mc-Avoy. Second game-Chicago ..........000 000 003-3 5 2 Philadelphia ......100 000 003-4 8 0 Benz, Danforth, Shellenbach and Schalk; Perry and Perkins. CADOOCKfflS Champion Had to Work His Best to Retain Wrestling Crown NATIONAL Won. Lost. P.C. Chicago ...... ... 50 25 .riDl New York .... ... 49 31 .CIS Pittsburg ..... ... 40 38- .5i;i Philadelphia .. .... 38 41 .481 Cincinnati .... .. 36 41 .468 Boston ...... .... 34 45 .430 St. Louis ..... .... 32 47 .405 Brooklyn...... ... 29 47 .382 Motor Visitors to the Stampede Will Be Auured the Very Bert Service in All Details at Oar Garage. BUOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. "THE HOUSE OF SERVICE" Chicago, July 18.-Vaughn weakened in tho sixteenth inning today and Brooklyn scored a 3 to 2 victory oVer Chicago in the first game of the aeries. Score: Brooklyn 000 000 002 000 000 1-3 11 5 Chicago . .020 000 000 000 000 0-2 7 2 Grimes and Wlieat; Vaughn' and KlUifer. Pltt.'sburg, July 18.-The Philadelphia Nationals defeated Pittsburg hero today one to nothing in thirteen innings. Slapnicka'a pitching was superb but tho visitors had all tho lucky bleaks. Score: Philadelphia .-000 000 000 000 1-1 4 2 Pittsburg.....000 000 000 000 0-0 6 3 Jacobs and Burns; Slapnicka and Schmidt. St. Louis, July 18.-New York easily defeated St. Louis today 8 to 5. Score: New York ......000 200 303-8 12 0 St. Louis .......000 040 100-5 9 2 Schupp, Demaree, Smith and Mc-Carty; Packard, Doak and Gonzales. Cincinnati-Boston, postponed, rain. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Jersey City 0, Rochester 1. Syracuse 1, Newark 4. Second game- Syractiee G, Newark 3. Baltlmoro 9, Buffalo 6. Toronto 5, Binghampton 4, 12 Innings. Second game-Toronto 7, hanipton 0. Blng- AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Columbus 1, Toledo 0. Minneapolis 10, Milwaukee 7. St. Paul 8, Kansas City 4. Indianapolis 3, Louisville 1. John R. Madden has what looks like a champion 2-yoar-old In tho SlUko colt Parlacopo. Ho has boon a mile in 2:13. Joe Wilhoit, who ha.'? been .i member of tho Giants for a considerable length of time, but who is by no moans well known to Polo grounds fans, is now being givim a ciiance to show the rooters just what he is capable of, and it must be said of him that he is mining a good beginning. He isn't a star by any means and ills work since he has been posted in left field when the Giants are facing a right handed pitcher hasn't been perfect, for (t was his inexcusable nap off second baso In the ninth Inning of the second game with the Phillies on Saturday that probably cost the Giants a double victory over .Moran's men. Nevertheless his stick-work has been just a little better than was expected and he has done his part iu getting the Giants back into a winning stride. Since the departure of Bonny Kauff, Wilhoit has played in five games and in seventeen official times at bat has inade spven hits ^for an average of .412. Batting in the l