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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THUUSIMY, JUNE 7, 1917 LETHUIUDGE frAILY HERALD PAGE THREE "BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. McManus I SPORTS Big League Baseball rwiailclplila Ynrk Chicago St. Louis CT.iIiinatl Uostorc llrooklyn I'lttsLurc NATIONAL Won. Lost. 24 14 14 25 30 14 IS 20 20 20 P.C. .024 St. Home Run Hornsby June double liy f-' lloinsuy floston Chicago New York Cleveland Detroit St. Louis WaslrinKlon Philadelphia AMERICAN Lost. Hornsby anil a single by Cruise in the Stll scored tlio run.lliat gave SI. Louis Eanio. orc'r nbslon S lo 7. also lilt a lioino rim wllli'lhe liases filled In the tiiini. Boston 11 SI. S Ts'ehf, Allen and Gowdy; Doak, Ames, Packard and Snyilur. v Alexander In Fine Form Chicago, June iiltched In Hue form today and Philadelphia shiil out. Chicago 4 to 0. scored two o[ Hie runs. I I'liljilaclphla 11- I1 5 1 Alexander nml Kllllter; Sealon, Prenflcrgast and Klllotl. Cincy's Again Win Cincinnati, June won from New York today G to 3. Four Hcrzog's error and Tohoy's sacrifice fly netlcd Cincinnati [our runs in" the fourth in'nlHE. New 7 3 Cincinnati .010 401 10 1 neriloii." Mlcldlcloii and McCarty; and Urooklyu-PittSDurg, postponed, wet grounds. r.c .69 C .CS3 .SIS .521 .420 -.305 .372 .350 4 1 :i s Clcottc and Scbalk; Dumqnt and Alnsnillli. Detroit 10 20 30 23 25 IS 17 1C 14 13 14 U 23 24 2G 27 20 Washington .100010 Boston' ..OOD'OOO C ilnuss find Stallage; Ruth and Tho mna. 12 1 N'dw 2 -1 Lambeth anil O'Neill; Fisher and Nunamnkcr. SI. Louis 0 Philadelphia ..230 100 14x-ll 17 nni1 erold; A'oyes, Scliauer and ScSaiig. NORTHERN Warren 3; 2. Fargo-MobrJicad-Minol, wet grounds. postponed, ASSOCIATION .Milwaukee 5; Toledo'2. Kansas Cily 1; Indianapolis 2. Minneapolis 2; Columbus 0. St. Paul 4; Louisville 2. Second Fnill 2; Louisville CHALIFF CHALLENGES TAIT. K- 0. Clialitf. who disposed or Rddie Franks or LcthbridEc In three rounds on a fluke in their .Medicine Hal balllo. lias issued Q challenge lo Clonie. Tail, ivho loushl 10 rounds with Hcnny Ilaskcll at Moose Jaw recently. Chalirr saya: to meet him In a .v boxing bout of distance and am confident 1 can beat' him." '71 Raymond Here Tomorrow Locals Expect Hard Clash If'Jun. Pluv. isn't over-anxious to spill tomorrow evening, there will he a crowd and half out to the big ball game between Lclnbridec and Raymond on theA Ecksiorm lot. Uaymond is coming uji all primed for Ihc occasion and they have a hunch ilia t wllh Snow in good shape on the fir- Hue, they can turn the trick. Killicr JJc.Mar or uillis will be In the box for T.etbbrldgc. and it will likely lie lUc former, Lou Green recovered from his Max- 24th Injury and .will be In Hie line-up, adding hitting power where It Is needed. The boys had a life workout last, night, wllh, some new faces In the crowd. A new catcher appeared on the scene. However. Walsh isn't, likely to Le displace'! as he has delivered the goods in a May thai lias pleased Ihc fans so far tills season. However, hitting ability ]s what the locals arc after and if (he new man can supplv it he mav find a place on Lhc ouirield. The game Lomorrnw night will start at C.15, All the plavers are urg- ed lo be on the grauml In uniform at 0 o'clock. The admission will tie only two hits to any parl of the grounds, grand stand included. Canadian Soldier 'Says That Sporting Pages Are Blessing! "HI" TEAM IMS Close Gnme Rut a Numerous Store "Hi" to Play Mounlies and Old-Timers PACIFIC COAST Los Angelos.4; Oaklanil 0. San Francisco S; Vcnioii o. Sail Loko 4; Portland 3. NORTHWESTERN Taconja S- Dutte 11. Vancouver 1; Great Falls S. (10 In- Spokano 2; Seattle S. Athletiq Activities to be Resumed at the Eastern Colleges Next Fall Now York, J.unc conviction IE growing among close followcra or college sporta Ljinl ntlilellc activity will be rcsumerl .al almost all of tho eastern fnstltullohs when they open' next fall. Several metlnga arid con- terenccs arc lo bo held to discuss Uus subject In tlic near CuLnrc, anil 1[ nil-. vancc'expression of opinions counts It IK ,thnt sentiment IK Rtrongly In favor of A res torn lion of, competitive conditions which prevail- ed before tho declaration of a state of INr. tTndoulilcdly the statement by Pres- ident InillcAllEiK thai be thor- In a contlnimllon of nl ttic college real con- tribution- lo tht iintlonal defense" Ims had bcftrlng .upnti tlic eUua- j tlon. There wns n- wide (Kffcrcnco Oftnlnn among members ol' ihc university allilcllc I Ions early this spring' when sjiort began to ho cancelled. A niimhcr were In favor of main- taining the regular system unlll aucli 1lmc OH It should acern that competi- tive conlcsls wore Interfering with Ihc mllltnry training program. liiflUUClorjs. which continued tliolr nchedulcB, however, Ion (id H difficult to actnre -aUllnMc under tlic prevailing conditions, and It was foon realized lliftl the slluaLlon would hare IcTbo adjuatcd If ihcrc was to bci iJid usual co-operation next nntumn, Jl {g with tills Irloa In mind that ibn Collegiate Athletic associa- i and llic'Grad.iiatc Athletic Man- agers' association have dccldcrl lo mccl 2nd discuss plans Cor a revival o[ college aporls" under' restrictions In keening with Ihe war spirit o[ the times. Several suggestions haVo been advanced which may he incorporated In Ihe temporary rules.or eligibility code lo govern sport while war pre- vails. x These Include the hotli the one-year and the freshman rule, thus permitting any -foguUT enrolled sludenl Lo compete as member ot u varslly leant, as us Ilmlllng areas'of conipelltion; coacli- Ing, admission foes and Ihe apport- ionment 61 sarnp !o worlhy causes, auch as the llctl Cross. 11 In conceded Ilial under llicso suggcslcd changes (lie standard mlehl ho lowered In cer- laln llnca ol Bimrt, such as tho highly developed .foolliall pUycd by cerlnln of Ihc larger university elevens. To offset this 11 is noinlcd mil. however, lhal more Klmlcnts would Iry for Ihe var'toiii. nlhlellc comblnailoiK and (raiding would te adoplcd upon a hronder scale. TLcrc was some game or ball on Ihc Barracks grounds yesterday afternoon after four o'clock between'Grade IX of the Uiph school ami a nicked team of the Public school. The "Hi" boys won by 10-17 after n strenuous game I in which the nubile school boys demon j slrntcil IJial they could make "Hi step ouL lo win. McMcekln started in HIE I uox for ihc P. S. team and fourtcC] runa were garnered of! Iii3 delivery during the four Innings lie occupied he mbtind. He was relieved hy Hetn Morrison, Tvbo hclrt the III lo fivo rims In three innings. twirled-for Hie "HP-team and was touched up for enough bits, combined with errors, to manufacture 17 TUUH. Some careless hJisc-riit.niiiE by the Public schools did much to lose the game for I hem. The tn.the Public schools league played Monday alter J at Uckstorm Park wlicn'Flcclwoort and Central will meet. If KtecLwood wins, Central will have lo play on" Ihe lie with Westminster. K Central wins, they will be declared the winners oflhe League. .It will he a great battle and a big crowd wi.ll be on deck.' "Hi" team will close Ibclr season-by playing inc Moimtjcs and the Uld-Tlm- crs. It Is likely the Old-Timers game will como off next Wednesday evening at the Uarracka. St. Louis, Sporting Vaivs Ts In receipt of a Erauhicallr in- teresting letter'from, a Canadian sol- dier just returned'from Prance that I would like very roueli lor some of. those misguided patriots who arc ail- vpcaling cancellation, of all sporting events, particularly eatnes, to read. 'do-thorn some gcod and open llictr eyes and Broaden their "--.ranliiig ilielr rriluds are capable of expansion Lo the point of prompting (hem to a com- monaense view of anything. The soldier's !cllcr Is pretty strong, of it will not be published. Doubtless be had been reading about [he governor of North Carolina who thinks the welfare of Uie country de- mands that eve-.- man put on a sack- cloffi and ashes end go on a-dicL of corn pone and molasses. These ex- tracts, however, will convey the point lo tliosc who aro fair enough and in- telligent enough to grasp it: Toronto, Can., May I, as a relumed wounded soldier, say for God's Ea'KC keep up playing ball the alarmists arc nuts. About the only thing that keeps the toys at Lhc front from Roiug crazy and running amuck among themselves is the news Lhc> get of the ball games being playet back home, and many a hard day. has been made shorter by our1 fanning bees riglu In the front line. If thes people who i think baseball is a bat thing in time could see Ihe, the hoys in France 'devour the scores when they, get the Snorting News or oilier sporting pages they would change lliclr views, Everybody wants lo help us, o: course, aii-J we give thanks to every- body for good but If you ask a soldier boy he will teii you Ilia the' greatest blessings of all arc the sporting pages and the basebal equipment that has been tent to us Please pay credit lo tlic Canadian Y. il. C. A. for what It has done along OPEN DRY NIGHT To the Motorists of Lethbridge and District FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF TRAVELLING MEN ANL' OTHERS, WHO HAVE OCCASION TO COME OR GO AT ALL HOURS, WE HAVE ARRANGED TO KEEP OUR GARAGE OPEN ALL THE TIME, WITH AN EFFICIENT PERSON IN CHARGE FROM A.M. TO A.M. WE REPAIR ANY MARKET. MAKE OF CAR ON. THE 8IJOU MOTOR PARLORS PHONE 1750 The Home of the "Elgin Six" Uns line. Always a boaster for baseball, and BOW nioro than ever. 1 SERBIANS HANGED BY THOUSANDS ,dY HUN OVERLORDS IMInc, via Paris, June uiuitlary news reached liere Ihrough neutral counlries of widespread In- surrectionary movements in Serbia is supplemented by statements ot Aus- trlana captured In the recent IliMan advance. The insiirsfcnlB were graduallj roundcd Ly Austrian, German and Bulgarian regiments and all Tfho fell nto their hands, cluefly men, and children, ore declared to have been massacred. Fierce re- islnncc offered for three weeks and heavy losses inriicted on the In- vaders, especially tlie Bulgarians. Diamond Dots With'the District Ball Teams Tlic Champion junior baaclialt tcim won Its tnlrd CANADIANS 30X AT ALDERSHOT Iximlon, .linie the Uderal TS Ml, they defeated llic Marshall School 25-5. At the rlrst of tno eighth Hie Champion boys held them down to 14-Oj alter which (hey gbl careless. Manager Glen Clever snys thai ho Is ready 16. accoiit any from teams under sixteen years of age. Foremost Is due lo stage a monster celebration on July 2, and ycsUruiiy the management ol the WE doings called. Secretary Tommy Bvnns of (he local' Club over Inn with an hmtalioiT lo the locals lo be prcscnl, baseball toumnmcnt. It Is more Ilia likely that I-elhurldse will accept it transporlation can oe Coaldalc plays Turin at Turin on Frldaj- night'. ball games will likely.he stag- ed in l-elhnridge next week. Coaldalc will Lo one of llic contenders. Stavcly has a groat team again thfs year, and are out after the scalpa o: the best in the soulh. purse.of J200 is'hune up [or the big tournament Jack Morrison o[ Twilight League farce has umpired both games bcrc so far this season and Ilia work ha! been very Ihe fans. Gooi umpiring is hair llic balllc (n satis fylng Ihc fans. It. Is possible Jack may go lo .Medicine Hal during, th Stampede lo handle (ho games In (he bosing tourney In the officers Might. licavywclBhla. Jlajor G. S. Urownc, beat Major T- Cv.Htngwooil, both of tlic Canadian artillery, on nolnls. Hlugwood carried an cilra'stonc. In Ihc banlams, Private Ncwslinm, Can-' adlaii Infanlry, neat Kiflcraan, I'eek. of codiid-y kids. PIRATE MANAOER RELEASES TWO. PIKguurg, .Tune The rcjcaSc of and In- llcldor Archer K, Ucllly to llic Scr'an- Ion (1'9.) club of Ihc York Stale league litre' was annnuuecil lonlghl by Manager' Culldhan, of 'the I'llleliurj; team, llolli wcro relcRsed under op- llonni ngrccmcnlB. It.wna cald, and will lie recalled this fall. o OUN CLUB TONIGHT. The Gun Club will hold Its'- regular weekly Irap shoot to-1 night. All members are urg- ed to be prcscnl. NO-GLARE He The government says you-must put (hem on. We can supply with a Warner Lenz For Mclaughlin, "Chcvnilpt, Xaxwcll, Ford and lor any othtr mMv, of car. Per Set, BAALIM MOTOR CO. MARRY HOLMAN, Mfr'. BACK OF UNION BANK The Insurgents finally succumbed lo superior numbers and were banged by tbe. thousands. According (o the -prisoners thft Hulgariatis were guilty of such atro- cllies, especially agalnsf women and children, that even their Auslro-Ger- man allies termed them barbaric. i Eric Hctd, of London, OoU-vho en- listed at Montreal, as A private, and who has worked his way up until he wag recently appointed major, has just been awarded the Distinguished Service Order for brilliant services in the recent heavy fighting1. Strayed near Cardston, pair ol country kids. ;