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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta tstt THE LETHBfmSGB DAitt JL JUNE J BRINGING UP FATHER By McManus HOW oo you DOMR OH ME XOO MOVEO THE POUCE CHJIMAO LAO NOORE HOMP AND 1 NEVER AND Tr LOCKED RO THt UKE IT OUT IN THE COtJNTRX BASEBALL BOXING RACING hSPORT HOCKEY GOLF BOWLING SUNDAY BALL IS Experiment in Washington Be ing Closely Watched by Players and Fans By Jack New June la furnishing a vivid example of the attitude of fans along the Atlantic coast toward Sunday The lifting of the bars against Sun day ball in the national capital May 19 proved a great boon to lovers of the Washington club and the American league as and the own ers of the Washington club have rea son to believe that Sunday ball may be continued indefinitely if the pub lic shows that it wants the bars left Lost Money in Last winter there were many ru mors concerning the status of the Washington Clark Griffiths team failed at the box office during for the great army of workers tt the capital had no time to patron ize baseball during week days and the dyedinthewool regulars who could get away to attend the games throughout the season were fewer than in other years when this coun try was at peace wfth the rest of the There was talk of moving the Washington club to eome other and It is known from authoritative aources that such a move was dis cussed on seveial Ban Johnson came out with a flat denial that such a move had been seriously thought of and derided the idea of taking baseball away from the national Amend Old Blue Sunday baseball in Washington will be watched with great interest by taajor leaxue club throughout ihe east tnla for the sentiment of the baseball public is known to be for the amendment of blue laws which prevail throughout the New York fang would welcome Sun lay as would the fans of Philadelphia and and the club owners are living in hope of see ing the bars lifted by the time another rolls men contend that there is no radical sentiment among the mass of fang against Sunday and they are predicting that the time ia not far off when the baseball fan who can not enjoy week day games will be permitted to see Sunday games in all of the big league SERVICE STATION HENRY DENN Proprietor AU Mikes of Batteries Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street Phone 616 WIFE CRUEL TO EXCHAMP Tommy Burns Says Wife Mis treated Tommy former heavy weight champion of the world has filed suit for divorce at Los charging hie wife with He avers she threw a knife and flower pot at him and also struck who has left for Van couver barracks to take up duties in sued under his own Noah He was married in Los Angeles May and they separat ed January Accord ing to his wife flew into arage threw a knife and flowerpot at him at Hun tington Beach in when he asked her for an ac count of the money spent by her in the management of a She also objected when he insisted that she do not keep a dinner engagement with another As their home 142 Coronado Los she struck he TiRMAHLEN BEST MANY YEARS Young Yankee Southpaw Unhit able When He Is Not Wild New Thormahlen the sensational young southpaw whom the Yankees purchased from Balti more last who trimmed Eddie Ci cotte 1 to in a fourteeninning game is the best looking slabman introduced into the American league in several Like most southpaws Thormahlen has a penchant for but with seasoning ip the major leagues he should overcome this and if he as Miller Muggins believes he the Yankes will be repaid ten fold for the cash paid out when they purchased him from Jack Baltimore brought Thormahlen into class AA company from the Band lots of Jersey where he played semi professional and after looking him over Jack Dunn sent him to the Blue Ridge league for a little season calling him back to the Orioles after one year in the Dunns judgment on the lanky fork hander was for he proved a big winner with winning twen tyfive games last season and being credited with defeat 12 times in 46 games In which he took The year previous with he won 13 pastimes and lost Tbormahlend capacity for work Is greater than the average lefthander can boast and he is but LO years of Standing S feet 1 inch tall and tipping the beam at 175 the graduate of Jack Dunns echool looks like a He showed his class early this season when he let Boston down with two hits in a heartbreaking bat tle lost by the Yanks to Joe who gave three Miller who ie a great stu dent of believes this young southpaw is destined to carve a niche for himself in the hall of and lie is sending him along BASEBALL RESULTS AMERICAN June batting rally in the seventh inning drove Cald well off the mound and enabled the locals to it three straight from New York Score New York 2 2 Mogridge and Hannah Danforth and June made it three out of four from Cleve land finning 3 to Shaw won his own game with a triple in the fifth inning with the bases Score Washington 6 Cleveland 5 0 Ayers and AinsmithMorton and June ninth inning rally gave Boston the last game of the series with Detroit 7 to 6 here Score S 1 ij Maya and Schang Boland j and j June the second j time in the series a sfngle by Shannon drove in two runs and gave Philadel phia a ten inning victory over The score was a to ONLY ATHLETIC Macks Lineup Has Been Com pletely Changed During Last Four Years INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Binghampton 1 Baltimore 1 Jersey wet AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Indianapolis 4 Louisville Other games j RECORDS FOR SOUTHPAW IS HOLDER OF THREE NATIONAL LEAGUE Won 19 Straight and Pitched in 21 and 22 Inning Need a New Tire Get a MICH EL IN and bid BIJOU MOTOR The House of Service 6tb Lethbrjdae Rube who is with the is the proud owner of three National league pitching As a member of the Giants in Kicli ard gained 19 consecutive victories be fore being halted by Jiuttiiie Lavender and the Chicago This wonderful j feat of the southpaw matched the reo ord for consecutive victories made by Tim also of the in In at Forbes field in Pittsburg Marquard matched his skill and speed against that of Babe Adams for 21 in Giants 3 to when j Joe playing center judged Larry Doyleu home run drive with Bob Bescher perched 01 This was the longest game ever play ad In the National league until tho 22tnning struggle between the Pir ates and Robins at Ebbets field last Tor 20 innings Marquard sat on the bench during the But in the Uoljlns half of the 20th Larry Cheney who had relieved Leon Cadore early In the iiurt hla back sliding into uecond and was forced to retire from the Marquard replaced him and in the 22nd innlnfc lilckman won the game for the Hoblns by steal ing while the re cruit second held the ball in his The Rube pitched only two but lip got credit for winning the gigantic Thus the southpaw is the joint own j with Tim of a record for eontiocutive of tho longest game twirled in full and won by any National league And he has the honor of winning the game overplayed in ilie old GAONSeORO WINS June Htukeb pf wux run here today and won Ijy Blink was sec ond anil Treolare finished Thirteen horsus New per suaded to come out of retirement by Connie is the only player on the Mackian roster who was actively engaged in the pennantwin ning campaign of when the Ath letics won their last American league Gone are the stars of the old White illephant machine which rolled through the American winning pennants in five and in their places are players upon whom Mack is depending to regain the laur els of his once famous The once famous infield of the old composed Collins and replaced by Shannon and Baker is with Collins with the White Mclnnis with Bos ton aud Barry in the The old Athletic outfield has faded away Strunk has been sent to the Red Sox and Oldrjng has been used as pinch for the most part since coming back to the while Murphy has passed out of the as have Walsh and Pen Wyckoff and Bressler were the mainstays of Macks pitching only four years and not one of them is wearing Philadelphia un Bender Is helping Uncle Sam build shipa at Hog Bush is with the Red Coombs with Brook Bressler with the Plank re tired and anil Wy ckoff in the Schang and have also pass ed Schang only one still classed as a who was club in was a fourth string catcher at the time and is now doing hSlf the backstopping for the rejuvenated Walker and from Boston Jamieson from Washington Burns from Detroit and Gregg and Kopp from the International have stepped into the shoea loft vac ant by Macks many deals within two in the Athletics are per fectly GREB FREAK OR RING biggest freak boxing has enjoyed since the early dayg of Knockout Drown has been taken from the hempen for Bervice in the We speak of Harry the mysterious who seemed destined to become champion of that HU superiority over all the other middles seemed to be clearly But that wag the only thing about him that Why he always won remained a mystery to the who avowed that in win ning ho violated all the recognized tenets of They had neen him jump sideways and then rush pell mell without attempting to block they had seen him take two backward hops and then taki a running Jump in the striking out with both hands as he anil iney put him down as a freak of the getting results because tho fighter trained in tho dinary warfarehad never seen any thing like irel But wait until he goes up against a good they the Pittsburger has met them and the result has always been the came out on with room to Mis victims iiiiluiliMl George Jeff Smith and Hauling lie hus taken on the IUK fellows au well aa the small Ilia success has been amazingly The real answer of courao he has a style all liib and ha lias worked hard to jnrfect his own style us hia rivals liuvn 10 perfect what tluy recognize us the standard form of box Greb was recentlyexamined mid accepted by the in hU dis trict and is report auy Nobfemen CTGIAR JL A masterpiece of the cigarmakers Have you smoked Noblemen cigar that is rich anil thoroughly without being Made from a uniform blend of tobacco stored matured by natural processes for many CLEVELAND INDIANS WALLOP ED GIANTS ON TRAINING Lee manager of the Cleveland has accomplished wonders with his team this Spring NEW JERSEY BOXING RULES The rules of the New Jersey boxing commission are All that is nec essary isthat they bo The referee is required to ascertain the namo of each fighters second and to hold him responsible for the con duct of his As corner coaching during the rounds is strictly forbidden this may help to end a wellnigh intolerable Philadel phia would welcome such a regula Battio royals are They no longer are much in demand any although they keptthc little fight eluba in Philadelphia alive for a long Kvery now and then there is u revival of the battle royal but the regular fight clubs long ago dis carded There will be no such tiling as a match made at ringside weight in New Boxers must weigh in at 3 oclock In tho Hard tape bandages cannot be which will be trying to local fighters who are ac customed to encasing their delicate hands and wrists in wire Plielim nary bouts are limited to four rounds and preliminary boxers are to be paid In This latter clause puts thn professional manager in tho super fluous York JAP TENNIS STAR TO A communication received by a Coast paper from the Nipponise Ten nis club of LOB Angeles reads as fol it being very selfexplanatory Uemlemeji should be much obliged if you could maiuige to any tiny space in your precious paper to describe as follows Nipponiae tennla experts will join United Stattm army Takeji star of Nipponise ten ilia worlds who was re ported ag perfectly pussod Ills physi cal examination fur military will Ho is the first man aniong uportsmen of Nipponiue colony In this country to he and willing tu go to the Culled army on the YOURS K F 19 June received1 to noon today show that men of nineteen years of ago registered for military jervice within the month of How far these Alien will be actually called for military service has not yet been although they are now technically regarded on leave of absence without Jn any none of the men will be summoned to the colors before July Should it be necessary to issue a the men will be notitied by post when and where to repprt for Before the 19yearold class is full investigation will bo made into the number of men called and avail able for service under the Military Service AH the act now it limits the number pf reinforcements which may be called under its provi sions to unless further au thorized by Amendments with the approval of both Houses of were made during the session by order in but the limitation to was permitted to Apart from the 19yearold the number of men available for service under tho act Is now approximately Investigation will lie held to determine how many of these were how many are medically unfit for service and how many are on leave of 18 An Atlantic June teen survivors from four small vessels which were victims of submarine were brought here today by an American coast wise freighter from Southern Naval officials took the men In charge after they but It is reported that they were additional survivors from the Schooners Hattie Isabel Wiley and LIFE WAS June the re sumption of the trial of Noel member of for alleged libel against Dancer Maud Allen and manager of the In dependence consider able excitement was caused by announcement yesterday by PembertonBilllnK that one his Villers had been threatened over the telephone and other wise that she would be shot in the court room if she iestitied Justice who is the presiding announced the receipts of many anonymous letters reflecting on witnesses all of which were promptly de One which was had been turned over to the The prosecuting attbrney announced that he and his wit nesses also had received threatening anonymous PRAY FOR SOLDIERS June neuters Ottawa houne of repre sentatives has decided that the usual opening fn future shall in clude a prayer for the soldiers and sailors of the EMPLOY WOMEN Juno of women as aviators is intended by the British Auto Tires OF ALL 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