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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY 1917 LFTHBRTDGE DAILY ITErULn PAGF. THRU "BRINGING UP FATHER" 'By G. McManus THE COfAE HEPEW- ON: H i WILL MOT ENLIST: xoy NX feJ t.if SPORTS Biq League Baseball -Sew .York.. St. Louis -I Cincinnati Philadelphia .Brooklyn Boston Pillsburg NATIONAL Lost 56 5Q 54 30 -12 4G 45 37 .-...J33 40 48 CO GO P.O. .651 .513, .540' .529' .483 .476 .351 .345 Chicago Boston Detroit AMERICAN Worn. Ixxt 61 BS 51 Cleveland New York ashlnglon. llsdelphla LOHIB Defeat Boston- _ Chicago 'de- feated Uoston Zto 1 here today. Allen liagaii, cave the" locals Lwb runs, BoElon 1 ChlciEO 6 0 'Hasan, Barnes and Tragreaaor. De- FlUatHirg, July New York lost Pittsburg today 4 to 3. Carlson was hit hard throughout tho game hutfonr "eionbie- plays kert .lie visitors from storing while the Plllsburs. hits came 'at 'opportune limes. 610 100 IB 0 P'ltt'sburg 200 100 1 12 0 Tesfcau, Anderson, Perrltt and Jden; C'arlsonT ..Cooper, and Ftacter. "'Defeat July With Mar- (inard effective when nils meant nil Brooklyn luJ little trouble defeating Cincinnati iiereaodaVT to 3. Four triples, twp doubles and two singles, coupled wlili th reo hoses off MarquarA only netted Uie locals three Ofl3 '13 DID 000 S Clnqlnnall Morguatd Ring, Eller, Fillet and WIrigo. Thraw Pop Bortlea- St Louis, July Byron WM the target of a (usllade of pop bottles In the seventh Inning ol to- daVs games-hers: wliifh J'hliadelphJa from St. 3 lo Z. -Speclalora bleachers with" lie'arbiter when he'callcJ Long oul 'on strlkM, The vlalldrs hit harden the fint tw? Innlnts all tbexr runs. Philadelphia i, Jib 000 3 Bl, -.i 1 Rliny Doak, Watson PKairJ ud INTEENATION AL PnrrUsoce's. 1. First 4, ToroUe 9. Seco'ad ft, Toronto CORNWALL WOU LACWOMI QAME. CorawuU, Oil., voa'.froih OUawa Bat Uie On! ol aa4 How afraiifed; betweei tvo (emM, the noero being I le.i. Tb garae TM vltnesged try a Crowd It waav HnMirhal1 rODgh WTeril Inflirtcrd. Ambroti) hegKfj lor In ijeTeral HIWTIUI, with tie home team. TMOUSANOT AT lAtUALL GAM Jtitr tbonui ]Mrioni a bMcball mate Salorda; on Lorti grono In wtilch a Canadian' nioe.oyieatwl a 07 12 to J. Th proceeds of the' match were tuniert to a cMrttabie orranliallon wae a Is folloTTs-. aianley, BWior., Rclilll, Red .McrTtail lad Connangh. 5Z 4S 40 34. -30 36 3G 45 4T 51' -56 (1- F.O .as .516 .426 .378 .330 With District Ball Teams Ball Club Lining Up Fast Bunch Will Be in the Box RAYMOND WINS. Raymond, Jury de- bated MagraUi In a game of hall here oa Saturday, Ihe rlnil score be- R to 5. The. game, which as a whole vras looeely pliyed, was feat- ured by the pitching of Lang. I-efly was right In his glory, striking out fifteen men, and as a batter he was right Ihere too, trlplo and two doubles were credited him. Ills sup- port bad an off day, costly errors were repeatedly nude. An exception- ally bad hole was found at short; (tie Raymond batamen soon discovered It and seemed to play for lhat territory. Fairbanks and Hiuken tiiu the bat- lerr stunt for Raymond. The for- mer, who has been out of the game for a few yean pitched a good Ills support was good.. Dreiverton replac- ed him In the ninth.' Ott umpired the game. The crowd was not large as Uie grounds arc1 too fnr from town. If the games were staged on the Road- way diamond the crowds uniloubled- y would be. larger and the receipts would be greater, rtoo, even If the grounds are I NOBLEME Defeat Leaden. Boston, July. allowed Chi- go but four hlls in the opening game Ihe series between Botto'n 'and Qhi-. igo today amVUie: leaders; i eafed 1 lo i.' licago 1 3 oston. 1. 21Q MO 1 2 Danforih and nib and Agnew.': Yanka Win "opener. New York, July York w .e opening'game of Its series from t. Uouls here-today J to'2: The anks won In Shot- in and Slsler hit home irons for ouls in the Urst inning. t Louis Z 6 2 ew .York 5 2 Sotheron, Merlin anil Fisher snrt Nunamaker. x Cleaned Washington, July ham- mered a qnarlet ot Washington pitch- for Zl hllJ today and won 16 to -1. Vllt and Veach eacH gvjt live Its, and Cobb mada five runs'in six mes at )elrolt 002 033 11 J I'aslilngtpti Old .4 12 '5 Cunnlngnam an'd Stan- i.arper, Dnmoht, rafts Henry, Charrtty.1 Mjrsra Drive'n Out. Philadelphia, July he home team's hits; wtltr seaUered odar and Cleveland3 won't -t.o'.'i.: Jly- rs'was 'driven off, tho Inth InnlBf "and Johnson .relieved Im. _ Cleveland .-.'200 WO i Philadelphia. ..100 QM Bagby Meyers, R. ohnsoa ud Schanc., ._' GOLF Chlek trvaas gives the following vsraaWe hJats to golf If T were a Defining golfi r, there are Jut a few Itrcpi I would do, and ajl detalli oome u4er .be word pmetUK. VThDe pnctUmg, one sUacover for hhnetf sauy ttttle goMea nty pnelnty awHoable to other msui'i bat will ytmr-i eiartJy 1VM an the tew xeirmcUou I wnild frre htrc will Ve la iccordiace with .the deftre ff Ue general eauten department, more stnvicM Mia e tav- h Fblladelpbta an4 vidmtly tkta siauner than In iatny three toU-clmtt, JUwr, delphla Coutrr clab aad kav'e toned1 a central wkM E. Lowber Stokea, fcurt h up, and" I'VE always held lo this there fore, my association-with1 Willard-or my present trouble has nothing lo do wllh It. All I ssld at the lime of offer- Ing my excise tor maicblng .Willard with Johnson was along this line: "Klondike made.Johnson quit. "Gardner, thf.n''slck, went twenty rounds with'Johnson. "Karl beat him (referee's a middleweight, floored but should have won In two 'rounds. Jclfries was a shell. Flynn Almoat Beat Him j lost standing on his stopped through Ibe over zealoasness of a ca'plaln of police who never be-, lore witnessed a rln( match. I saw Johnson In a slate of collapse for', three hoars' after the mill. I "Therefore, you can see at a glance L hart Wo high opinion of Johnson, and saw WMlartt slall through (en rooadt'wllh Carl Morris in New York I made up my rilnd that either one best Johnson If neither did any clinch with him. coarse, 1 am not In Ihe game u a philanthropist, and 1 proceeded I; kck'ap the flfhtcr to beal John, soi.' 1'found Morris msV.lng noaey, with (be msnagers, and not likely, lo. lake a cnance o! waadig aay 'llmo fit ciise Johnson (or a History goes on repeating: itself century after century, and this -Is especially tru-j of celebrated.coufltets between famous fighters, ancient and modern. There Is aa Interesting simi- larity In the experience of-the late Mr. Achilles a perfectly good "Greek warrior, wbo had one serions consistlog of a vulnerable spot In his right heel, and Joseph, Steelier, a modern wrestler. ,l The'-most notable victory achieved hy Achilles was over a combative per- son named Hector, wbo, knowing nothing ot the weak rlghl hfel of his opponent, directed his attack' to. head and body without effect. Hector look the'full count and Achilles: cele- brated his winning by dragging 'Hec- tor behind his charrlot abonl--tbe streets of the cllr. Aiytblng of (hat sort Is now prohibited .by (he rules of tie boxing commlssloas.- In an evil boor a. prtace named Paris heard a little yarn lo the thai the mother of Achilles: had'u- snred him protection agalnnt spears and arrows by dipping him while an Infant In the river Styi. But- iturei is the Interesting part of It, sbe held Mm by the right heel and thai left the one weak spot' in his anatomy. Paris, according to the story watch- AcklUes. until the herb kis back and Uien shot air arrow uilo-itd.' vulnerable rign't heel. Acbllles, rllke alf.oijier warriors fn'.ihOM days, wore. low shoes, or he' might have lived to fighl many other .baltlea, Joe Stecher, although aeTer dtptwd In, the river Styx, .Is hnpf.egna.ble .ex- cent In one spot his neck. Thls-'wu discovered by a rival grappler. Ear! Caddock ot the'.lDiqw- ledge" and thus accomplished'' taje) downfall of Steelier. In his match' with- Steeher, Caddock found early that the foriDer had weak neck. .The 'aTerage'Jwresllers neck In so powerful that It Is Impoa- slble to jerk It forwsird'Or' I In order to' gel 'a half nelaon. it was easy forhlrn to do this with and that is where -be made his puiy; From Lnat'tims on Slecber cbntla- ned getting weaker and weaker. It' was only a short time afterward that his collapsed' from the, continued strain on bis neck, docV belleves_ victory. .as'-'-bWa _._, J There; ber M older tirf nurrtW are got able, lo 1 Irst call, n( sort of Wlllaral Wai "I foonrt Willard- broke to (ae Jut cent; iacrt, hh manager, broke; helpless financially, ainl rtaj work la sight. H. H. Frane abd offered to finance ne In anrtkng food and we look ap Wit kfl.- H WH WOO to brag WUVaM cut, tAtther lo keep hraasetf sad sn.lo to The AnUist Setb The hot equipment ftr Mi or will nuke ne when -he aVlvea ip. ie deer. Per here he will find of every; denrlsMM. wily the ssWefaotlm Uwr iirfWra' ta efltliiMlBrf sirV tfM Hlar (Mtrwwsje ef mmy ef meet BiaOxtiui kr totality. We Sell Warner Lenses tfce Mftor Vfkrfk Art BAALIM MOTOR ;