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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTHBRT55GR PAILT HEIW-P f WKIJ.NKSUAY, JUNK 5, 1 'BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus SO YOORE HOME AFRMD BASEBALL BOXING RACING hSPORT HOCKEY GOLF BOWLING Experiment in Be ing Closely Watched by i Magnates..- Players arid' Fans'.. WIFE CRUEL TO EX-CHAMP By Jack Velock. KBIT York. June is furnishing a vivid example of .the attitude ot fans'along the Atlantic coast toward Sunday baseball. The lifting of the bars againsf Sun- day ball In the national capital May 39 proved a great boon to lovers of baseball, the Washington club and American league as well, and the own- erV-of the Washington club have Rea- son ;to ball inay be continued indefinitely If the, pub- lic shows that it wants the bars left down. Lost Money In 1917. Last winter there were-._raany mors concerning the status of the Washington club. Ciart Griffith's team failed at the box office during 1917, for the great army of workers the capital had no time to patron during week days and the mine-wool regulars 'who could get awav to attend the games throughout the season were, fewer than In other years when this coun- peace wife the rest of the world There was talk ot moving "Washington club lo some other city, pnd'.lt 'Is .known from authoritative ihst such a IHGTS was dis- cussed on save i al occasions. Finally, Ban Johnson came put with a flat denial that such a 'move had beeu seriously thought ot and the 'idea of taking baseball away frptn the iutlohal capital. Amend Old Blue Laws. Sunday baseball in Washington will ts -watched with great .Interest b) league club owners throughoui e east tils season, lor the sentiment ef the baseball public is known to be Vtrong for tbe amendment o[ blue, la'wstwnlch prevail throughout thf states. New York fans would welcome Sun iay wollld tlV.fRns and Boston, .and th club owners are living in sec .'ing lha bars lifted by the 'lime inothe oason rolls around. 5. Baseball men. contend that there j so radical sentiment among the mass of fans against Sunday ball, an .they'are predicting that the tine I not far off when the baseball fan wh can not enjoy week'day games wj be permitted to see Sunday games 1 ill of big league cities. Tommy Burnt Says Wife Mis- treated Him. Tommy Burns, former heavy- weight Champion: .of the world has filed suit for divorce at V Los Angeles, charging his wife With cruelty. He avers she threw a knife and flower pot at him and also struck him. ..-Burns, -who has left-for Van- couver barracks to Jake up duties in sued under his own name, Noah Brusso. He was married in Los Angeles May 1, 1906, and they separat- 15, ing lo Burns, his wife "flew :1nto a-rige ani.threw'a knife 'and flowerpot at htni" at Him- BASEBALL RESULTS AMERICAN Chicago, June batting rally In the seventh imiing drove Cald- off the mound and enabled the lacals to make, it three straight from Xew York today. Score: New York ..400010201- 4 12 2 Mack's Lineup Has Been Com- plefely Changed During Last Four Years he insisted that she do not keep a dinner engagement with- another man, street, Anjelesl 'she struck him, f.- Chicago......010 000 14 2 Caldwell, Mogridge and Hannah; Benz, Danforth and Schalt.' Cleveland. June made It three out ot four from Cleve- land today, winning 3 to 1. Shaw won his own game with a triple in the fifth Inning with the bases filled. Score: Washington .-...000 3 6 1 0 Shaw, Ayers and Morten and Thomas. Detroit, June ninth Inning rally gave Boston the last game of the series with Detroit 7 to .C here today. Score: Boston S 1 Detroit S 10 WillMj SERVICE STATION HENRYlDENN Proprietor All Mikei of Batteries Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street S, Pho.le 616 Maya and and Yelle. Boland St Louis, June the second time in the series a single by Shannon drove in two runs rtnd gave Pfliladel- (ihla a ten inning victory over Louis. The score was 5 to 3. St. oung Yankee Southpaw Ilnhif- able When He Is Not XeW Herbert Thormahleo ,e sensational young soulhpaw whom e Yankee's-purchased from Baltf- ore last fall, who trimmed Eddie otle 1 to 0, In a fpurteen-innlng game e'cently, is the best looking slabman ntroduced into the American league several years, Like hiost-'iputhpawa Thormablcn 89 a'per.cbatit'for wlldness. but with qasonlng Iji major leagues he ioufd overcome this'rautl. and if he oes, as HUgglns believes he wiil.'lbe Yankes will be repaid ten old for paid out when thss u'rchased him from 1 Baltimore bVoughl Th'ormahten company from the sand (Jersey City, where.he played sera irofeaslonalvbali, and after loosin ijni over Jack' Dunn sent htm to th' Else Bldge league for a little season n'g, calling', hjin baclf to the Oriole after one the slicks. Dunn's judgment on the lanky forl ander was'good, for he proved a bl winner wltti Baltimore, winning twen y-five games' taet season and bein credl'fed with1 defeat li time's in 4 games In he took part. Th year, previous with Chatf.beraburg, h wtin 13. pasllmes and lost seven INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Binghampton 1, 3, 1 Newark, 3, 7, 4. Baltimore Jersey City, 1, C, Rochester-Toronto, wet rounds. Buffalo-Syracuse, postponed, rain. ASIERICAN ASSOCIATION Indianapolis 5. 10, 4; Louisville 0, 2. I (Other games postponed.) j RECORDS FOR MAhQUARD. SOUTHPAW IS HOLDER OF THREE NATIONAL-LEAGUE MARKS. Won 19 Straight and Pitched in 21 and 22 Inning Games. Rube Marquard, who is with, the Hobins. is the proud owner of three National league pitching records. As a member of the Giants In 1912, Rich- ard "gained IB consecutive victories he- fore being balled by lariuai! and Ihe Chicago Cubs. This wonderful feat of the southpaw {natclieri the rec- consecutive victories made hy Tim Keefe, also of tho Giants, in 1889. In 1914, at Forbes field in Fittsbnrg .Marriuard matched his skill and speed against that of Babe Adams for 21 In- nings, lie Giants winning, 3 lo 1, when Joe Kelly, playing center field, mis- Larry Doyle's home run drive New OWring. per- suaded to come retirement by Connie Is the ouly player on the Macklan rcoter who was actively engaged In the pennant-win- uiog campaign of 19U, when tbe Ath- letics won their league streamer. Gone are the stars ot the old White machine which- rolled through the American league, winning four pennants In 'five jears and In their places are players upon whom Mack is depending to regain the laur- els of his'-once famous club. The oncE'Tamou Unjield of the old Mackmen, fo.nilJosed of Baker .parrj Collins aniTMcinnU tiai'betn replaced by Burns, Gardner, Shannon and Du gaa. Baker is with the.Yanls Collins with the White Soi MClnnis with Bo ton asJ Barry In the navj The old Athletic outfield has faded away has been sent to the Red Sox and Oldring tas been used as Ji pinch tee most part since coming the club, while Murphy .has passed out of the limelight, as have Dafis, Walsh and Daley. Bender, Bush, Coombs, Plank, Pen- nock, Shawkey and Bresaler were tho mainstays ot Mack's pitching staff only four years ago, and not OOP of them Is wearing ajPhiladelphia un- iform. henSer Is helping Uncle Sam build ships' at Bu'sh'lb with Ihe Red Sox, Coombs with Brook- lyn, Bressler with the Reds, S'lank re- tireii and Pennock, Shawkey, anil Wy- ckdff in the service. Lapp, Schang and Thomas, catchers, have also cd along. Schang being .Inn.only .one still classed aa a etar. McAvoy1, who was with the club in'. 1914, was i fourth string catcher at .the time anil is now doing hilt the backstoppiug for the rejuvenated club.' Gardner, Walker and.Cady. from Boston; Jaraleson from Washington; Burns from Detroit and Gregg anil Kopp from the International league, have'itepped into the shoes.left vac- ant by Mack's many deals within two years, in shorl. (he Athlellcs are per- fectly camouflaged. A mwierpitcecf the cigar- you imoVed that is rich end thoroughly satisfying, being Made from aunifonn ol tobacco, xtored and processes lor maay xaontlu. J3 REGISTERED June received 41lfrmen of nineteen >ears of age regl tcreii Ottawa to nom show CLEVELAND INDIANS WALLOP- ED GIANTS ON TRAINING TRIP. Lea manager of the Gievelanrl accomplished wonders wlth-his leam'this Sprine: GREB FREAK SPORT. capacity lor work l the pitchers' hall ot fame, anrj .he: is sending him along carefully.''- a New Tire? del a MICHELIN your tire Ironies adieu. 1 BIJOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. ''The House of Service" 5th, ,8, fiis'was the longeet game over play- d In Ihe National league until the Hnning struggle beWeeii Ihe Pir- :cs and Robins at Kbbcta field last ar. L'or 20 Inninga Marquard Ihe during '-he. game. Bui the oblns hilt of the 20th, LarrylCheney ho had relieved l.eon Cadore early n the game, hurt his back allalng nto second and was forced lo rcilrc fom tbe game. Marqiiard replaced intend in the 22nd Innink lliclcman won the game for the Hoblhs by slcal- ng home, white Jake Filler, Ihe re- mit accond baeeman, held the ball n lila hands. The Rube pllctied only wo' Innings, but got credit for winning the gigantic struggle. Thus the southpaw .13 the Joint own- er, wiln Tim Keefe, of a record for conaecutlvo victories, o[ Ibo longest game twirled In full and won -by any National league pitcher. Anrl he has he honor.of winning the longest game evcrnlayed In tho old organization. biggest irezk boxing has enjoyed since the.early daya of "Knockout" Brown has. been taken torn the.liempen areiia.for-'yervico In .he arm; the mys_____ ___, _ seemed destined lo become chf-mpion of that division. Ills superiority over ny. We Oreb 'elerloUB mlddlewolghl, wbd NEW JERSEY BOXING RULES O.K The rules of the New Jersey boxing commission are good. All that Is nec- essary IE.that they be enforced. The referee Is reinlre'd to ascertain the name of each fighter's second ant to hold him responsible for Ihe con duct of his assistants. As corner coaching during tho rounds is etrlclly forbidden this may help to end a well-nigh' Intolerable.abuse. Pfillatlel phla wduld welcome such a Vegola lion. Baltic royals are forbidden. They no longer are much In demand any how, although they kept tftc little tlgii clubs In Philadelphia alive for. a Ion time. Every now and-tho'n there Is revival of the "battle bu the regular fight clubs long ago carded It. of that div son. Ills superiority over i all the other middles seeniedlo'be There w II be no such thing as clearly eslahllshed. But that was the match.made _al ringside weight I only thing about him that was. Why he Always ivon remained R mystery to tlie experts, who avowed that In Vin- nlng he violated all the'-recognizcd tenets of boxing. They had .ieen_him Jumn sideways nnrl then mell wllhout attempting rush pell- to block; they bail seen him take two backward hops and then take a running junip In the air, striking out 'with both hamla as he lighted, and ihcy pul him clown as a freak of the ring, getting results because iho fighter trained in the .or- dinary warfare- had '.h'e'yei' seen any- .hlng, hke Grcb before, wait until he goes up agalnat a good Ihey warned. Well, Ihe Plllsburgcr has met then all, and the result has always been tho saiile--he carao out on top, with room' ,lo spare. Hie vlcllms Includcit Ocorge.Chlp, Jeff New .Tereey. Ttosera must weigh In a o'clock In the afternoon, llnrcl lap bandages cannot be used, which wl be trying to local fighters who are 8 ctislpniEil to encasing ihelf tlellcat hands'and wrists In wire tape. I'helin (nary boiita arc limited to four roum anil prelimlnnry boxers are to be paltl (n person. This latter clause mils tho professional manager in tho .super- fluous York Sun. LIFE WAS THREATENED. 6 1'fr .......____ _ regl ti for military the month ot May. How-far tliese.jn'en. will be actually called for ml'flary service has nol yet been, determined, although they'technically regarded on.leave absence without pay. In any event, one of tlie.mcn'wlll he summoned to e colors bstore July 1. Should It be ccessary to Issue a call, the men wil notiiieilVby "post when anywhere repqrt tor Uuis lletorc the 11 {ear-old class is called ull Inve tlsotlon jnlll be maue into le number of men called and aviil ble for 'serviceiunder the Military, crvlce. Act.: now stnnits, limits Ihe number Of rclnforcempnUi titcli may he ijaHed under Its provi tons tb'.-lOO.OOO 'linless further nu- :rf by Pnrllanient." Amendments willi therapprovol'of both Houses' ot 'arltament. were made during Ihe ession by cojincll, but Ihe niHalloii to" was permitted lo emain. Apnrtfrom tile 19-ycar-oltl class, the lumber for service ihder the "act is. approximately inycstlgatlpn will be held to lelermlndthow. many of these were many arc medically nfit for how many ate absence; Ixindon; June Oh the re- 0 sumption of the trial of Noel Pembcrton-llilling. member ot v rarllament. for alleged libel against Dancer .Maud Allen and J. T. Gretn. manager lot the In- dependence -Theatre, consider- t -able was yesterday -b'y Mr. Pemberlon-liillinK that one of his witnesses. Mrs. Villers- Stewart; hail been threatened over the telephone, and- other- wise that she would bo shot in. the' court rooni It she testified -J against. v Justice Darling, who Is tho presiding ludge. announced tha receipts of. many' anonymous letters rellectlng on witnesses- nil of which were promptly de- stroycd. One letter, was signed, had been turned over lo tbe authorities. V. The prosecuting- 'atlbrne'y announced that he and his wit- nesses also had received threatening anonymous letters. SURVIVORS; An Atlantic Port, June teen, .survivors; from four small vessels which'were victims of attacks, were brought here' today aVAmerlran coast- wise fron Southern Nayil official! the men In :charje: they landed, but it reported that they were additional suryivors from- the Schooners Hattie Dunn, Itabel Wiley ind Hauppag-. PRAY FOR SOLDIERS Melbourne, June neuters Ottawa The. of reprc- senlatires has ilecidrf that Ihe usual opening prayers in future shall in- clude a prayer for flic soldiers and sailors ot the Entente. EMPLOY WOMEN I.onrlc-n, June ol women as avlalors is'mlcnded hy liio Urlllsh jjovernmcnt. Auto Tires .OF ALL SIZES. VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood Re-Treading and Repairing: By Experienced All Work Guaranteed SPECIAL EQUIPMENT FOR RIM CUT REPAIRS R.D. RITCHIE 208 13lh 8t. S. Opp. EHiwn fj 4 JJ t ff tr ff ff OAOHSBORO WINS DERBY. Kpiom, Juno Din-by Klakes of sovereigns wa.K run -here to-ilay snil won by' Ctaltuibora Wink was sec- onti, Treolare finished third. Thirteen horffes ran. JAP TENNIS STAR TO FJGHT. A communication received' by a Coast paper from the Xlpponlae Ten- nis club of las Angeles reads as fol perfectly passed, his physl cal examtnallon( for milllary, ficrylcfi, a ill go. Ho (a the lira! 'mail among colony In thl? country 16 ho notified, and willing to go lo the Unllcd Bltktes army on Ihe f' .-1'ouns Take a Tjpi f rom Us fined unless you otiey tKe headlight law.. We have the size for your car. Conophore Osgoode Tolophow Warner Non-Glare BAALIM MOTOR CO. Do Not Forget Leave Your Old Tirtf and in HOME OF THE CHEVBOLST BACK OF UNION BANK MARRY HOI.MAN, Mi'r.1 ;