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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta The Sport Page FULTON use AS DRAFT DODGER Claimant of Hea^Tweight Title May Be Taken Into Custody Harriston. X.J.. July 27.-Fred Fulton, the � SlinnDsota claimant of the hoavj-weight pugilistic title has been classed as a delinquent in the draft and may be taken into custody hero on advice of Chairman Henr>- S. Wise of local draft board No. 125 of New York City, it was learned to-night Fulton is matched to meet Jack Dempsey in an eight-round bout here Saturday night. According to a letter received today from Chairman Wise, Fulton failed to appear before his local board for physical examination and by virtue Of this failure ho is classed as a delinquent. The Harrison board met to-day to consider the case and decided to refer It to the attorney general. Mr. Wise said Fulton had been placed In division A, class 1, on the ground that he Is engaged In a nonessential occupation. BASEBAL RESULTS Boston ...... Cleveland .... Washington ... New York ... Chicago ..... St. Louis ..... Detroit..... Philadelphia .. -^:- AMERICAN AVon. Lost. ....... 65 36 ....... 51 49 4G 41 39 38 36 Philadelphia ... Cincinnati. ---- Boston ....... Brooklyn..... St. Louis..... 41 45 477 40 4G .465 39 50 .43S 34 39' .43S 34 53 .391 42 41 41 46 4S 50 51 P.C.I .604 .549 .544 .529 .471 .448 .432 .4i4 WKY NOT GO TO THE � SANITARY BARBER SHOP? WESTBROOK BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal "The Sanitary Shop" THE PALACE GARAGE AND REPAIR SHOP QUICK AND SATISFACTORY REPAIRS. FULL LINE OF ACCESSORIES TIRES, TUBES SYORAQE W. 8. Cook E. E. Peek 308 Second Ave. S.-Phone 665 PHONE 733 for THE O. K. RElPAIR SHOP Sheet and Small Machinery. 817 Third Ave. Chicago, July 26.-Chicago made It two straight from Boston today, winning 7 to 3. Score: Boston ..........010 000 010-2 6 1 Chicago .......005 200 OOx-7 9 0 Jones and Kinney and Agnew; Ci-cotte and Schalk. Cleveland, July 26.-Cleveland won the opening game from New York 8 to 3. Wood made his' debut as a second baseman with Cleveland, succeeding Wambsganss, who has been called to the national army. He performed brilliantly. Score: New York .......210 000 000-3 8 2 Cleveland .......210 400 lOx-8 11 4 Keating, Robinson, Love and Hannah; Coveleskie and O'Neill. Detroit, July 26.-rWalker.'8'Jiit with the bases filled In the eleventh gave Betrolt a 2 to 1 victory over Philadelphia today. Three passes filled the bares in the final Inning. Score; Philadelphia ..000 001 000 00-1 5 0 Detroit ......010 000 000 01-2 10 0 Gregg and lIcAvby; Boland and Stanage. St. Louis, July 26.-Singles by Shaw and Judge and a triple by Foster In the fifth inning today enabled Washington to defeat St. Louis 3 to 2. Score. Wafihinston .....100 020 000-3 10 4 St. Louis .......110 000 000-2 5 2 Shaw and Alnsmlth; Rogers, Houck and Severold. NATIONAL Won. Lost. P.C. Chicago ..... ____ 59 29 .670 New York....... 55 33 .625 Pittsburg........ 44 42 .512 SERVICE STATION HENRYJ.DENN Proprietor All Makes of Batterlea Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street 8. Phone 616 Central Repair Shop ALL kino's of AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY. Hastier Shock Abtorbera for Ford Cart. v Phone 1023 324 11th Street South, Lethbrldge, Alta. W. H. Dowllng. J. T. Hutchlnion New York. July 26.-New York made it. three out of four from St. Louis today wlnnlug the last game, S to 0. Young of New York now has hit safely for twenty-three consecutive games. Having been ordered to "work or fight" by the St. I�uls draft board, Walter Holke, first baseman of New York, joined the Steel League team at Bethlehem, Penna., today. Score: St Louis...... 000,000,000-0 7 5 New York...... 100.100,60x-8 10 0 May and Gonzales; Steele and Mccarty. Brooklyn, July 20.-Brooklyn defeated Plttstfurg today 4 to 3. Score: Pittsburg...... 100,020,000-3 6 0 Brooklyn...... 001,200,001-4 12 1 Sanders and Schmidt; Cheney and Wheat. ' Boston, July 26.-Boston took buth games today from Cincinnati, the first 15 to 5, and the second 12 to 3. Score: First game- Cincinnati.. ..100,021.001- 5 9 4 Boston...... 230.000,19x-15 14 1 Lu(^ue and Allen, Gusto; Nehf and Wilson. Second game- Cincinnati .. .. 100,000,020- 3 7 1 Boston ,...... 241,140,00x-12 19 1 Luque. Jacobs and Wingo; McMillan and Henry,,. ^.  Philadelphia; July 26.-Jacobs put-pitched Tyler In a pitcher's battle today and Philadelphia evened up the series with Chicago by winning the final game 3 to 2. Score: Chicago...... 010,000,100-2 6 2 Philadelphia . .. lOl.OlO.OOx-3 7 5 Tyler V and KlUifer; Jacobs and Burns. FAST Til MADE. N HARNESS EVENT Second Heat in 2.20 PaceMs Won By May Online in 2.19'/i that vtlll be~ very difficult to equal, and tnore so - to boat. To me It lias ^!en a great plehsuro to take part in the different gt^ines I have flayed with him. Arrangements are being made to have a friendly Intor-club match,between sides representing Macleod and Lethbrldgo some time during the month of August, so I hope' the local players w*ll get into form In order that they will make a,good fight when it does come off. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Newark 0, Toronto 5. Second ganift-Newark 2, Toronto 4. Rochester 4, BInghampton 7. Second game-^Rochester 0, Blng^ hampton 3. Syracuse 2, Baltimore 6 The best time of the fair race^ was made In the second heat of the 2.20 pace, 2.15 trot on Friday aftemoot when May Online, owned by Bob'Harrington, Kallspel, Mont., stepped out and beat the winner of the first-heat, Easter Light, In 2.19V4. This was more than five seconds ahead of the time of the first heat, and the timers had quite a session before they decided their watches were not telling lies. Easter Light took the lead at the start of the race and kept It tor the first three quarters. But on the back stretch May Onllne's driver pulled even, and from there till the wire was reached there was as pretty- a speed battle as was ever .witnessed on the local course. Ea3ter>,Light came back in the rain In the third heat and won in easy fashion in,,2.25; Three running races were^also staged. The mile and one^eighth handicap, was a new race on "the local, track and was made in the good time of 2.03, being won by Montana BelIerowne;a;^y J. A. Parsons, of Pbl'son,^^ontrwh6'" has cleaned up In most lof the running events with his BUljjiS:v .-jt.. The half mlle^ftin for western-Canada bred, two year olds brought out five Southern Alberta colts, and was woR by J^n6 Ann,, owned ^y- A. Franklin t)t Jfacleoa^>�yCharlle I^nsey's Fern-close up. ' *^ " .Satella, the CoX^vy horse owned by G. Boyd,-wps an^jksK winner In ,the five furlo'rtg event.' The details: 2.20 Pace, 2.15 Trot, Puree $300. Easter Light, L. W. jOjiy, Charlotte, Sask. .-. L .H .  -  1 May Online, Bob ^arriilEton, Kalispel .........';.t.H.... 3 Garland Mac J. W; >IcClaln, Monarch.................2 Raven Crest, E. H.^ Moreland, New Dayton ...>...>.,.>.. 4 Time-2.24^; 2.19%';'2.25. Frank Gutterldge, a well known contractor of Samla, and highly respected citizen Is dead. 4> � � 4> � � \� 9> MUST FIND JOBS ? SEPTEMBER FIRST AUTO TIRES of ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous HayTvood System RE-TREADING A REPAIRING By Experienced Workmen. All work guaranteed, Special Equipment for Rim Cut Repairs. R. D. RITCHIE 208 13th St. S. 0pp. Elllaon Mlllr * Washington, July 26.-Mr. 4> Baker's rulings on baseball mean that professional base- ball playora of draft ago will > have until September 1 to find * essential occupations, or go in-^ to the armr. The baseball raan- * igers asked to make the time 4 October 15. The time fixed by > the secretary is five weeks > short of the finish of the major > league season. * We Hope You Enjoyed the Stampede- and thank you for the business you have given us. �When you visit Lethbridge agajn, come in. We will be gl�d;toseeyou. BUOD MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. '�THB HOUSE or SBRVJCp" .igair TRY El Producto Perfccto 15c El Producto Invincible, La Flor de Englo, 2 for 25c. La Fraosa Perfecto - 10c VI^HOLESALE REPRESENTATIVE R. W. WALLACE. LTD. THE ARCADE, LETHBRIDGE I heard a rather good golf story about two Jews-bjv the way, this is the first Jew golf story I have ever heard; they as a rule hit the canny Scot.-The story goes that Ikey- and his pal were having a friendly game and having smdll bets On the different holes. On playing to the last,hole, they started all even, the bet was that the loser was to pay the winner half a sovereign (10s). Both were bunkered la front of the green. Ikey, getting scared with the thoughts of losing his ten shillings, and being a strategtsl^ dropped half a crown (2 ahlUIfigs, 6 pence) close to bis opponent's ball. When his opponent came to play ho picked up the half crown and shouted: "Ikey, Ikey, see what I found." "Oh, very well, said Ikey, "you pick that up, you lose the hole, give me the half sovereign." Rule of Golf No. 25, reads: Re conditions of play In hazards part of the rule la that when a ball lies in a haiard nothing can be touched or moved, the ball must be played as It lies. Penalty for breach of rule In match play,, loss of hole. Do you see the drift? Tliat is even better than the story I know about the Kaffir and the halt crown (Scotchman) "I kona boss." DAVE HUME, 2 1 1 2 3 4 4 3 / Half Mile for' Tv^o-year-pldt Bred In Western CanaSa,' Purae $100. 1-Jane Anne, A. Krfnklln, Macleod. 2-Fern, Charles Klnsey, Raymond. 3-Dr.-Meeks, Meek* Bros., Raymond. Also ran, Kitty Overton and Utah. Time-59 seconds. Five Furlong, Weatern CanaNa Bred, Purte $100. 1-Satella, G. Boyd,,Calgary. ,^-McLeod Lady, J. Franklin, Macleod. 3-Amora, Ed Cliftoni Taber. t Also ran, Lucille, Baldy. Time-1.09. One and One-Eighth Mile Handicap, Purse $200. 1-Montana Belle, J; A. Parsons, Poison, Mont. 2-Andrew Mack, Jr., Parsons, Poison. 3-Lou Hill, Chas. Powell, Browning, Mont. Also ran. Knight, Fort McLeod. Time-2.03. enlisted to battle "for the empire. Twelve of these have raado the supreme sacrifice. (2), Scholarships, prizes and honors have been won. at soino of the best universities, such as MnGIU and Alberta. (3) The sword of honor, the most coveted prize of the. Royal Military College of Canada, and the chief command of nil the cadets there, were the proud possessions of a Western Canada College old boy In 1911. (4) A number of Western Canada .poU'ege old boys are highly successful farmers. (5)'^ Some of the most rapid promotions in banks and business houses have fallen to Western Canada College old boys in the last few years. ' As all roads this week have been leading to the stampede I am afraid golf will have to take a back seat, although I expect soyerai'Of the preliminary ties In the hole competition will have been played off," Who the lucky winners of the Button competitions were last week end I have not heard, {ilthough I understand several good scores were returned. ^ . � ^ � WESTERN CANADA > ? COLLEGE, CALGARY > * - Calgary's pioneer boys' college and school will reopen on September 11 next, thus beginning its fourteenth year. It offers education and training for boys till they are ready for entrance on the study of law, medicine, engineering, arts, science, business, agriculture. This year marks two new departures In this progressive Institution; Its governing body will offer several scholarships of the value of fifty dol lars ($.50) each. These scholarships will mean other and more satisfactory methods of awarding than the old way of mere written examinations. It win also open classes for young' er boys. I.e., boys up to nine years of age. Nearly every year since its opening. Dr. McRae, the principal, has refused boys under nine; but a special department will take charge of such boys hereafter. , Western Sanada' College has had striking success In two notable directions: (1) Discipline' In the bOy, (2) Work, from the boy. To serve these ends the college has,high class masters, careful medical Inspection, and the very best physical work and culturp at tlie hands of a highly trained exper.t and ex-army man who gives all his time to the boys at the college. Fourteen years' experience with ivostom boys arid weatern conditions under the same head has developed great advantages of system' and organization. And just because this college has had the same head since it opened, 'because he had a broad 6du[:att.on In Canada, In Britain, and on the' continent of Europe, because^of the leading busIno9| and professional men governing the college and financially Interested in it, and because of the loyalty and aid of Its many old boys. It is In the best position to hold and^ maintain Its coveted reputation (or discipline in the boy and work from the boy, Here are some ot IN THE CANADIAN BANK ? ? � OF COMMERCE ' .tr three years. A description of the $5.00 note might bo of Interest. On the face of the $5.00 note the main feature Is a groupj in the centre consisting of Mercury holding the caducous, supported on tho loft by a goddess rop-prosenting Architecture, and on the right by/another goddess reprosenf-Ing Invention, and holding In her hands tho modol,of a flying machine. The note la surrounded by a frame of immortelles, fruits and vlhes. The backs of all th& notes of the series consist of a central group of Mercury and Ceres holding the British crown over the seal of the Bank, tho whole Included In a frame, of Ipi-mortelles' and other symbolic objection. I was very pleased, to see our Macleod friends here again last week and the fine exhibition of golf Mr. Mackenzie gave was something to think about. My only regret was that there were not more of thd-members present to watch his play. It would pay anyone who desires to get a few points on the game to follow hlni round t)i,o cour.so and study hie style and the.shots ho play* as.he Is a most Interesting playor to watch'and It is not very often one has the opportunity of seeing a player othls class on our course. The two sMrofl he. rettlrned 36'and 38-total vlWenrfaent' ftr^t olasB golf, yet from'Mial I have aeen of hiB play, I look fqn^^rd to bim doing even bettor. Should lie b�i aWe to pay UB o^iother �l|J|.iiwid hE�i'tjie sam'6 favorable dOHaitionp,'he "la cup. able 0*.' making a record tot tho oourie Wo Invite you to our popular eating house and believe we can' please you. BEST WHITE COOKS IN THE CITY. Cor. 4tli Ave. A Sth St. NEW TIRES cost money and even the beat of them suffer from punctures, worn treads, blisters and blow outs. We can save you considerable expense In the way of ruhber bills If you bring your tiro troubles to us. The practical modern raet^ 'ods In . Automobile Tire ,, Vulcanizihg we employ, make every Job ontruBtod to us durable and ; ' ' , � ; � lastingly aallSfdotory; Lethbridge Jire and Repair Station F. B. McKlnnon,'Proprietor. *: SOS Sixth ^Xni% S,-. " Lethbridge, Alta.l Phone 40B "SERVICE THAT SATISFIES" ' T -SKID CHAINS \ ALL SIZES wmmmmamammmmmBmrnoB. Baalim Motor Co. Back of Union Bank i Throw Your Old tii^i and Tubes in Our Red Crow 'V ' 'Box. 42 ;