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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta VA DAILY HERALD JUNE 1918 BRINGING FATHER By McNWta BASEBALL BOXING RACING hSPORT HOCKEY GOLF BOWLING BASEBALL ITS LITTLE BIT Some Reasons Advanced by CJub Owner for Continua tion of Game Xew of the National League club owners in discussing General Crowders fight or work order as it might be applied to base ball today argued that pro moting Americas pastime is a big business involving 000 in property This man points out that the owricra oE ball clubs therefore should be entitled to as much consideration under General Crowders ruling as the proprietors of whose performances are ex pected because they provide enter tainment for the Baseball is a it is esti mated may yield in war revenues this year if the pennant races are not abruptly ended in July ky the Iocs of 250 players who are included in the selective Ac cording to the figures provided by the 10 per tax on orj ganied baseball admissions col lected by Uncle will amount to about The club owners also will be compelled to pay the government nearly in the shape of taxes on incomes and excess while the income taxes to be handed over by more than 300 players will amount to at least What the Game Has Done On op of this baseball men insist that the big leagues since fast year have invested more than in Liberty Bonds and have donated near ly to the Red Cross and other war Clark originator of bat and ball has spent for baseball para already given to army un its uoth here and in Each of the major league clubs has agreed to play one or more games between now and next October for the Red Last in Washington in the presence of President the Detroits and Senators played a Red Cross benefit game that netted The Highlanders and Clevelande drew for the Red Cross at the Polo while the Giants and Brooklyn intend to meet at Ebbets Field for the purpose of giving the entire gross receipts to Americas big gest war The Red Cross also will receive all of the money takoh in at Fenway when the Red SOT and White Sox clash to morrow in a championship All of which would seem to indicate that baseball men are working hard to aid Uncle The Demand For As an evidence of the popular de mand for it is pointed out that nearly fans attended the major league ball games on Saturday at the Polo Wast Cin cinnati and with wet grounds preventing play in The In ternational League games drew The American Association con with one at tracted In sixteen cities em braced by the Eastern League and the Southern Association it is report ed that nearly passed through Taking in all of the other the total baseball attendance figures for the day probably reached With visitors at the Jamaica race course and at Churchill there seems to be no doubt that the American public is in search of outdoor recreation wjiich cannot bp furnished by theatres at this time of the There etiil is nuiih interest in all branches of intercolle giate When Great Britain ished pastimes of all kinds tWB years ago the Government soon learned that a serious mistake had been Hence a revival of boxing and track lirhiph again are thriving on the SERVICE STATION LEONARD VERY CAREFUL BUT COMES A CROPPER One of tfje first things Benny Leonard did when arrived in San Francisco was to accept an invitation from Willie Kitchie for an automo bile When Gibson and all of them got in the machine Ritchie remarked tnat first theyd go out to the Cliff House and gee the seals on the Benny started to Whats Uie matter asked Go said Benny you cant kid They told meabout the nat ive sons in New They said youd try to send me out to see them close the Golden at six Try to tell me that seals climb on rocks Benny had to see the seals before lie was convinced that he wasnt be ing Onthe way back the party drove through Golden Gate Eenny pointed to the two Dutch Nice he said we used to have three of them but they took one What did they take it down for asked explained enough HENRY DENN Proprietor All Makes of Batteries Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street Phone 616 SL TAX June a meeting of the city council It was unanimously decided to grant tax exemption to the Norcross and Wolvlne Shipbuild ing which proposes to es tablleh a steel shipbuilding plant here The undertaking will Involve an ini tial expenditure of between 000 000 and It is not necess ary to spend a lot of money on ONE MICHEUN WILL OUT LAST TWO ORDINARY RESULTS Bijou Motor Parlors Limited AMERICAN Boston 25 New 23 16 Louis 20 Hi Cleveland 22 20 Chicago IS 17 Washington 17 24 13 20 Philadelphia 14 23 Saturday New Gil 1 3 Russell and Hannah Danforth and 5 9 2 Louis S 14 2 Geary and McAvoy Lowdernillk and 3 10 0 4 10 3 13 and Agnew Cunningham and 17 1 Cleveland 612 2 Shaw and Plcinich Coumbe Groom and Thom Sunday June bunched hits oft Hutli today and won from Bos ton 4 to Score 5 0 9 0 Ruth and Agnew Erickson and June Louis defeat ed Philadelphia here today 4 to Score Philadelphia 5 1 11 2 Perry and Perkins Shocker and June weakened in inning of todays game and Chicago defeated New York 6 to Score New 6 3 Chicago 8 1 Mogridge and Wal ters Shellenach and NATIONAL New York 26 Chicago 24 Cincinnati 21 Pittsburg 17 Boston IS 17 Louis 14 Brooklyn 12 11 12 20 IS 21 21 25 THC OF 9CHVICC FIFTH tTREfT SOUTH Saturday Cincinnati 2 9 1 Philadelphia 5 12 0 Smith and Wingo Mayer and Chicago 411 1 Boston 3 6 2 Hemlrix and Killifer Ragau and 98 1 Brooklyn 210 4 Ames and Oonzales Coombs nad New 2 5 0 Cooper and Perritt and Sunday June and Philadelphia returned here today for i Hingle game and the visitors won six to Score Philadelphia 12 d Cincinnati 11 Prendergast and Burns Bressler and No other National games INTERNATIONAL Portland 2r Seattle Vancouver 1 Aberdeen PACIFIC COAST Saturday GantM Sacramento 1 Los Angeles Oakland 1 Salt Lake Vernon 0 San Francisco JUNIOR LEAGUE Ty Cobb is a Grand Old Man Tis The dashing ueorgian is now tlie Grand Old Man of tho American Ty Is the oldest regular in point of service in that the passingof Sam Crawofrd the relegation of Terry Turner to the role of This is Cobbs 14th sea son with It seems unusual that anyone as youngas Cobb should enjoy such dis TSy is and while there are others in the league older in there is none who has served as many years in major league harness as the great Terry Clevelands white haired joined the one yea earlier than but Terry ceas ed to be a regulwa few years though he may play regularly this as Cleveland club has been depleted by Frank old played 14 years in tltej National league and is now working his 15th season as acoach by the has played big league baseball than any other having played 20 eens not as a Wallace is used as a coach the al though he is listed as a member of the Cobb went from Augusta to Detroit In He not yet 19 years of which accounts for the fact that his is a veteran of an organization numbering close to 200 Judging from his batting record of and his basestealing mark of over 50In it would seem that this great athlete good for many more years as a Jf he cared to play ball that long there is Jittle doubt could excel the long service records of Wagner and Sherwood Magee is the real veteran of big league Sherry is entering his loth season as a and has without question played more big league games than any one in either George Paskert is the oldest player in either to 37 Jimmy Austin and Terry Tur ner are 30 years and is Here are some other players who are as old or older than Cobb Crav Stan Luderous and Killi REMARKABLE HUGE June to val ue of and totalling pounds in weight has been destroyed or wasted here in fifteen months end ed April according to Hood and Boucher of the local food The food consisted of vege tables and fruit which had been in and had AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Sunday 1 Kansas City 1 Milwaukee Minneapolis 4 Paul Second 1 0 Paul Columbus Toledo Louisville Saturday Paul i Minneapolis 10 Columbus OfToledo Indianapolis Louisville Kansas City 3 Milwaukee INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Saturday Blughampton 2 Jersey City Baltimore j Newark C Toronto I Syraciwe Buffalo 3 RochMter Second 3pocb ejiter Sunday Toronto Syracuse First 0 New ark Second Baltimore 4 d Newark June following ar ticle has been fecelved here from Ro land Hill Up and down this hard fighting front you find Canadians in unex pected I met n major in com mand of two of the bis mounted on railway hammer ing i wny at a German back He has been all Through the present battle and both of his pets are stMl in fine The major came over with a Winnipeg He was engaged In educational administra tion in Manitoba and knew nothing about but he was not going back without having a whack at the Ho knew nothing about gun nery but he did know a lot about Mathematics and when he was sent to a Northern English munition works to see his guns in the ho so impressed the Imperial authorities that he was given an immediate com Since then he has been xedu cating the Huns with ranges varying up to 20 cross roads and rail way stations being hie During the first day of the Hun offensive he was at Roisel keeping one eye onthe railway track behind him and the other on his he wor ried the Hun railway junctions right up to the moment the line had raised so far that he found eight one pounders were Then I thought it was time toget he arid came back quite comfort managing to get in a round or two when we got to strongly laid lines and here we arc FARElttlA June nice com pany of residents in the White Lake district recently gathered at the home of and Mulligan to bid farewell to Earl Mulligan who has re cently been called to the Luchia and Miss Ban made a small presentation of a wrist watch and fountain pen to the new soldier in neat speeches and the recipient suit ably The presents were scribed for by Mulligans friends in The bricks for the nfrw bank build ing arc now here and work is expect ed to start on The building is tocost about and will creat iy improve the appearance of our A Sanitary The other day we had a visit from the sanitary inspector for the vinee and thesecretary treasurer has just received his It is one that Is very as it states that he is very pleased with the town which is placed as one of the beat in the This is surely an incen tive to help forward the program of tho village Last Sunday being our the preached u special dealing with farmers He was listened to very The little baby girl of and Haunderson wae baptized last Sunday at the The two school teachers Pyke and Miss Mclutosb have been appointed to take charge of the regis tration on Juno For Red The auction sale for tho urnls the Hod Cross is now getting into good and a very Interesting time in A good variety of articles und live stock have been pro Auto Tires OF SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywopd System ReTreading and Repairing By Experienced Workmen Work Guaranteed SPECIAL EQUIPMENT FOR RIM CUT REPAIRS RITCHIE am 13th Mills mlsed and a substantial result Is look ed There was a committee meet Ing held last Monday and reports which were encouraging were receiv ed from both village and Sunday schdol workers hero very pleased with the progress made in the school Last Sun day the hffh water mark was reach ed when fi4 scholara were in atten Under the efficient control of Hunt and a good band of the school is looking for ward for even better On June Patriotic tho school and church are holding a cial service and efforts are being made to have a record attendance of both children and of the Independent Klevdtor Company has commenced building his new home on tho site re cently purchased by lilm next to Medds Another residence was completed this last week when the Steinke fam ily moved into tiieir new The school for has just been issued and shows great credit who are cer tainly Joing their best to train up the youthful minds of this The report for Pykes room io as follows Grade S Ralph Vamler 80 per Mabel 8 per Helen 77 per Clare per Etta 74 per These five candidates will write on entrance ex aminations beginning June Grade S3 per Shirley 73 per Adriana Vander 72 per Claude 67 per cent Corieno Benoit 63 per WNliam 60 per 57 per Evelyn S2 per Grade C3 per I Herman Vander 01 per J Minnie Wlthago and Mary not Percentage of atten dance In Miss Mclntoshs room results grade 7ft Grade Sunv John 71 per Vander 69 per 64 per Raymond 62per Grade Vornie 81 per cent Jean 78 per Herbert Berg 67 per Edith 62 per Grade 72 per cent 73 per Donald 71 pel The percentage of attendance was Work on building of a fence round the school site and also for the els tern at the school has been Connet is the contractor and when the job is finished it will add muclrtp tho appearance of the school Our school has decided up with the col ors and will be joining his unit oil July who has been visit ing her friends in the East hae re cently returned and brings back word that Praser lias successfully passed his examination for the flying RAILWAY TO Zeitung Am Mittage of Berlin quotes the offi cial Bucharest newspaper to tho ef fect that the project is under coneid eratlgn for two lines of railway eon ncctint the Ukraine and Southern Germany with They are tii run through Moldavia one line extend ing from Munich to the other having its eastern terminus at Mohil Pure Chewing Cum EN ADAMS chcwinff fum The of toth luacUut In AniU If CALIFORNIA FRUIT CHEWING in turn rwrn CUM CANADIAN CMIWIMG CUM Cft Take a Tip from Us You will be fined unless you obey the headlight 4We have the size for your Conophore Oigoode Tolophbne Warner NonGlare BAALIM MOTOR Do Not Forget to Leave Your Old and in Our Red Cross HOME OF THE CHeVROUET BACK OP BANK HARRY ;