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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX DAlLt HERALD JUNK IMS BRINGING UP FATHER By Me Manns JUVT I SOME ONE TO CAUL ON OlOHT I 7BLU I DIDNT DOCTOR HE HES A LIFE ONE OF VouK TEA tX KNOW YOUR BASEBALL BOXING RACING hSPORTM HOCKEY GOLF BOWLING THE GIANTS some of their players in order to help out the rest of the which had been hard hit by the draft and en But the Giants time to suffer The Giants have lost Jess Earned and are quite likely to lose Benny Kauff at any Rube Benton may be Western Clubs Tore Into the National League Leaders Without Fear New recent cry of wolf in the baseball the name being a bowl to the effect that the Giants would trample civilization in the baseball world under foot and make a dash for the pennanr that would stand for no was an eastern It did not como from the the wests cunfideuce in the rest of the National league was well as can be seen by study ing the effect of the western invasion on the monstrous average piled up by the Giants in the early part of the If the east had been half as well equipped to withstand the murderous spurt of the Giants as early prug nosticators hoped they would the cry never would have been The trouble was that the west had been Folks east of the Alleghenies refused to believe that the west had finally been to such strength that the famous and troublesome Giants would be to swallow pill after pill made of bit ter bitter It was a fact last fall that the Cincinnati Reds were ready to chal lenge theGiants for the leadership in the National and it became a fact last winter that the Cubs were ready to bid for oldtime The Cardinals had some hard luck early in theseason have been taking a few falls out of the Every one realized these things but the Giants and the Giant who felt it their duty to shed of pity for the rest of the Time was when some of the Na tional league was wondering why the Giants werenotforced to sell or trade Business Announcement The rapid growth of our bus iness has compelled us to install a THOROUGHLY UPTODATE And are now prepared to handle any sized RIM CUTS AND BROKEN BEADS are our ALL WORK GUARANTEED We pay charges one way on outoftown DONT THROW AWAY THAT OLD SEE US IT MAY BE WORTH OUR AIM PROMPTNESS AND SATISFACTION FREE AIR ON THE CURB Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works 712 Third Avenue Near Royal Bank Phone 1664 148C A team made up of players now in the army and navy would make a strong bid for the pennant in either major Take one oC the preseitday ball clubs away from a big league manager and give him the privilege of picking up a team from among the players serving the you think hed let out a yelp Perhaps he but It would certainly be a yelp of de for there is a world of base ball class wearing the khaki and the Starting off with the name of Grover Alexander comes first to With the great as a foun what a staff could be built with Bob Earl Ray Sherrod Ernie Eppa Jim Herb who is listed in the naval re The second assistant secre tary of most major league clubs would handle a staff like this Then there is Hank as a firststring catcher Ed Sweeney and formerly of the to string with while diet who re fused to report to the i might be These backstops ought to be able to bold their The infield material in the service includes such players as Del Louis Jack Rabbit Mar Harold Joe Leon Jehnny Bates and a number of Outfielders wearing the uniform of patriotism are Duffy Sam Elmer Charley Yale Baby Doll Jacobson and to be called Joe Think the average manager would be delighted to grab such an array of And the manager who couldnt take a squad of players like this and keep his team there fighting would have a tin medal com ing to BASEBALL RESULTS AMERICAN 2 New 27 23 25 Louis 21 23 17 14 19 19 18 24 25 26 WON New June Suburban Handicap at Belmont Park today was won by Hollister was second and Battle Motorist Paradise Touring Get fresh vim for your war your efficiency by a visit to dis tinctive VICTORIA and wonder ful Vancouver Euro pean tour in WRITE FOR INFORMATION PUBLICITY COMMISSIONER VICTORIA BRITISH COLUMBIA Saturday Philadelphia 10 2 6 1 10 Gregg and McAvoy Dan forth and Xew 10 0 6 0 Thormahlen and Hannah Daven Sothoron and t 7 0 5 0 Mays and Scliang Mortotf aitd Washington 11 2 5 4 Harper and Picinich Cun ningham and Sunday June Johnson held to one hit and von his game today two to making it four out of five for the visitors out of the Score Washington 7 0 1 0 Johnson and Ainsmith Jones and June made it three out of four from Philadelphia today by winning 2 to Score Philadelphia 9 2 10 2 Perry and Perkins Cicotte and June won the final game of the series from Cleve land 2 to 0 Score Boston 9 0 S 1 Leonard and Schang Bagby and June Louis pulled New York out of first place today by winning 5 to 4 in twelve Score New York 11 3 Louis 12 2 Mogridge and Hannah Shocker and Second 3 Tor onto Sunday Baltimore 1 Newark Jersey City 2 Biugharopton Buffalo 0 Syracuse No other games PACIFIC COAST Sunday Games First Angeles 2 Oakland Second Angeles 4 Oakland San Francisco 0 Salt Lake First 3 Vernon Second 2 Vernon Sunday Games San Francisco 2 Salt Lake 100 Los Angeles 1 Oakland Sacramento 2 Vernon AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Saturday Games 0 Louisville Minneapolis 0 Toledo Paul 1 Columbus Kansas City 2 Indianapolis Sunday Minneapolis 0 Toledo Milwaukee 2 Louisville Kansas City 3 Indianapolis Called at end of six oclock Paul 5 Columbus INTERNATIONAL Saturday Portland 3 Vancouver Seattle 3 Aberdeen Sunday Games Seattle 2 Aberdeen Only one game A Tire that Tires after a few hundred miles service la not the sort of Tire that we We know that Michellue are Mileage That is why we stock them in all BIJOU MOTOR The HOUM of Service 5th Alta NATIONAL 20 12 New 2 Li 22 22 1 21 10 24 1S 24 17 25 14 28 Saturday Louis 1 7 1 New York S 30 0 Sherdell and Gonzales Penit t and Pittsburg 7 0 Brooklyn 1 S 5 and Schmidt Cheney and Chicago 0 Philadelphia 2 1 Tyler and Killifer Hogg and Cincinnati 4 1 Boston 1 4 1 Toney and Wingo Nehf and Wil Sunday No National League games sched uled on POWERS TO PLAY LACROSSE AT COAST June formerly captain of the Toronto La jrosse Club and the well known leaves here soon for the coast to play in the lacrosse league being promoted by Con the western Powers is considered one of the best defense fielders in the SCHOOL TEAMS ID PLAY WEDNESDAY FOR BOXES Big Crowd Expected to Swell and Central Contenders It has been arranged weath er the Central and Fleetwood baseball who staged a fine exhibition of the game the other evening in de ciding the school championship play on Wednesday evening of this week when the fans of the city are invited to be out in The game will be staged under the ausplles of the and the proceeds will go to augment the Soldiers Comfort boxes in the Practically ever since the war began these little boxes have been kept in each room of the schools and the money deposited therein has been used to buy and for various other patriotic pur The brand of ball put up by the youngsters in their 65 game the other evening should be assurance of a good and a healthy addition to the sum in the school mite boxes this HINTS ON GOLF MINTO CUP CAME June Minto Cup lacrosse match between Vancouver and New Westminster which was to have taken place Saturday afternoon Outdoor Recreation Necessary to the WeilBeing of the People Xew great demand for outdoor sport was again exemplified a recent Saturday it is estimat more thao one million persons at tended sporting events in the various cities throughout the The HarknesK Cup handicap at the by who drove his motor 58 minutes and 21 sec onds attracted ac cording to the promoters of the big automobile Racing at Belmont Jark and Douglas Louis drew a total of about equally Major and minor league baseball games were liberally The hae been postponed until next league battles attracted day to bad I MQ Polo to the Phillies and each to Kb OPEN FOR SOLDIERS 1 belts Field and the home of the Bos June t0u ment made by Pal1 Baseball Attracts minister of lands to the pffect i ln the American league the Kilties that the government intends to throw to moro than 10000 fan8 at open exclusively for occupation by i white Sox the Athletics drew returned soldiers an expired lirnuer fifteen thousand In while license on Porposse Sechelt In About fifiO acres is the extent of this and it IB located within miles the Red Sox in Detroit and tho Wash ingtons In Cleveland each received for from The parcel consists tolal major league there of eleven locations each varying from rore heing 8ughtiy the V 000 played by the leading New American ASBO 33 acres to 73 t Coast League and the CHARLIE CAVE TO JOIN ARMY Are you one of those golfers who help yourself to a handful of sand and go about the business of teeing up your ball Vlille your opponent is ad dressing his ball or making a If make unto yourself a mental resolution never to do it It isnt being done these Perhaps the man or the men you have played with have been too generous to call but you can bet that theyve simply been letting you away with know ing that sooner or later youd get a call from someone or tumble to the fact that teeing your ball while your opponent is shotting isnt a fashion able thing to Golf is a game of customs and eti If you dont care to adhere to the rules of then quit playing the Perhaps youre one of those players who do not take part in tournaments and register a silent complaint each time a tournament match panses through But thats one of the rules of golf clubs in force If you dont Like start playing in tournaments It you cant beat a game joint But back to this teeing up when it isnt your Cut it Your out of the corner of his iye sees you teeing your ball somewhere in the If hes a temperamental chap it throws him Even without temperament the fact that youre close behind him may throw him off a distract his attention from the concen tration necessary to the job in that of whanging his ball some 200 yards or so down the Perhaps your fears he may accidentally knock your ball off the tee where it shouldnt There may be dozens of but the big one is that its contrary to the eti quette of the Paragraph 3 of Etiquette of page 2311 in fhe Golf reads The player who has the honor should be allowed to play before his opponent tees his So keep off the tee until your op ponent makes his If youve been getting away with that sort of thing count yourself It simply isnt and golf is a game of manners as well as approaches and JOHNNY EVERS IS ALMOST CERTAIN TO GO TO FRANCE New June the famous second baseman of the old Chicago Tornier and this year as assistant mana ger and coach of the Boston Red in all probability will go to France immediately to take charge of the baseball activities of the American Evers is now in New York to hold a conference with the lead ers and a committee which has charge of the It is almost certain Christy Mathewson has definitely turned down the high hon and that Evors will go in his Ever since Matty balked on the offer Evers has been urged us the proper man for tho job and some of the Troy and Albany leaders and backers have been urging Evers upon the New York Evers has for twelve years beon re as one of the brainiest and cleverest men In the big and a hustling His health is better this year than it has been five years and he is eager to He Imd made a great study of Inside and relieved of the nervous strain of playing the game he ought to mako one of the greatest teachers that could be The matter la to be settled and if EJvers is as now seems ho expects to sail for France as quickly as his passports can be TRIED SUICIDE June ti new recruit at Minto Street where the depot battalion is station night attempted suicide by cutting his He wan taken to the General where his con dition is said to be Scullion reported to the military au thorities on May He is of Irish nationality and his relatives live in MINIMUM WEIGHT ON ON CARS OF SHEEP June railway com at its meeting here on Mon will takeup the subject of lenc i ing on the Stettler branch of the The subject of adequate refriger ation service between British Colum bia and minimum weight on cars of sheep and other important sub FAVOR INCREASE Juno At a caucus of the aldermen held after a meeting of j the city council this a large i majority voted in favor of an increase of thirtyfive cents in the realty tax I and another majority of ten to four I polled for a forty cent The secre i tary of the proprietors who j was at the caucus agreed to the 35 cent CUT OFF TO ESCAPE SERVICE June first case of selfinfliction for the purpose of evading the Military Service act was reported to Registrar Carsons office yea The man in question writes pleading guilty of severing two of his fingers in order that might not be called up to He voluntarily claims to be truly penitent and says that ho will accept any even AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System RETREADING REPAIRING By Hjxperlenced All Special Equip ment for Him Cut RITCHIE 208 13th Ellison Mills SERVICE STATION HENRY DENN Proprietor All Makes tff Batteries Charged and Repaired 311 7th Strut Phone 618 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Saturday Newark 1 Baltimore 13 Second game Newark Bal timore Jersey City 1 Binghamplon Second game Jersey City 2 Binghampton First garaeJlochester 3 Buf falo Second game Bech0iter 4 Buffalo First Syracuse i Tor onto Southern about In turnstile The college baseball arena also was with Charlie who has taken fans watching Yale defeat liar considerable interest in boxing vard at New Dayton and half a events In this city during the dozen other fairly important contests past sectaon is leaving thin eastern college diamonds attract week for Chicago where he will ng at least College Athletics Perhaps Harvard and Yale chanic and will join the intcfrn men saw the Crimson Varsity outrow al combustion engineers al Old Ell over a twomile course on the Hpusatonic at The intercollegiate track join Uncle Sams fighting Charlie is a motor me Camp lie expects to be sent over to France ut an early date and to be In the thick r of the fray before the year is At one time lie wai one of the good middleweight boxers in the Chicago division and on entry to the army will no e doubt take great interest in the boxing activities ut Camp ft On reaching Chicago he ex peels to see Hhil it is is anxious to come to for a bout C during Stampede in rue intercollegiate track and field championships at won by Cornell were seen by nearly j Kid Williams defeated George Cltaney in an open air boxing bout at Baltimore in the presence of Is no way to compute the at tendance at other professional and amateur ball track rowing golf and tennis mutches throughout United States but it is believed that the figures greatly excullud the piiHic still fatfri spcU ttv A ccrea Obey The Law Put On Legal Lenses We carry the largest and most complete line in Southern Sizes for every BAALIM MOTOR Do Not Forget to Leave Your 01 j Tires and Tubes in Our Red Cross HOME OF THE CHEVROLET BACK OP UNION BANK HARRY HOLM ;