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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PA6E StX THE LKTHBtllDGE DAILY HRRALD JUNE 1018 BRINGING UP FATHER By Me Menus ALL A 004 THKT AT DOESNT 6MITH WELL NATTER COLLt Mt LIKE IM ANNOY I WANT YOU TO HIM HELL PLAY ACAIN HE BASEBALL BOXING RAGING hSPORTH HOCKEY GOLF BOWLING UNABLE ID STOP MOLD Lose to Ancients 10 to tral Trims Money for the Soldiers Those Old Timers havent lost their old pep and they proved the fact last night at the ball park when they trimmed the High School nine to the tune of 10 to 7 in six It wasnt a bad game of ball at even if the Ancients did try to boot it away in the third when the High School eased over four runs to tie the Prior to the big game of the season the Central Giants and the Fleet woods of the Public Schools League tangled in a fiveinning encounter to decide supremacy beyond peradven ture of a doubt and the doubt was pretty well dispelled when the Giants tumbled on their opponents for seven runs while the Fleetwoods were an nexing The double header was played for the benefit of the mite Ooxes in the schools for soldiers comforts and the result was very The kiddies who didnt contribute to ihe hat when it was passed certainly did their share in separating them XDW Soft COLLARS POMCU unusual and exclusive MAKEB9 selves from their nickles and dimes when the ice cream cones were pass ed and altogether the result was very fair und a pleasant time was The Centrals sewed their game np in the first frame when they touched the Fleetwood Geoghegan for four runs on fivp In the first the Fleetwoods were Bissett pitching fine ball for the The Giants added one in the second while the Fleetwoods drew another Young went In to pitch for the Fleet woods in the second and displayed a better The Fleetwoodg added in each of the fourth and while the Giants annexed two more in the Tommy Evans The teams lined up as follows Kessler and Whitaker and The Second Game Scow was on the mound for the Old Timers and while he didnt extend himself he displayed too much stuff for the In the first half of the game he didnt bend over any of his hot stuff and the High School col lected The Old Timers who were j too fat were responsible for most ot j being unable to reach the ground in time to stop those travel1 ling at a low Rldpath was on the mound for the boys and fed over all he but it wasnt In the first innings the Veterans bat ted around the turning the merry go round into four Following is the lineup Old Green Evans Brandow Davidson Ifenny Murphy Sadowski Briggs and Scott High Hutton Sang Young Morrison Rid path Dobson Muscovitch rf and Gumming Score by innings Old 12 High School 78 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 WRITE FOR INFORMATION PUBLICITY COMMISSIONER VICTORIA BRITISH COLUMBIA BASEBALL RESULTS AMERICAN 20 New 7 21 Chicago 24 20 Cleveland 27 24 Washington 5 2li Louis 22 24 Philadelphia 1 27 Detroit 15 2S Tall New Jersey Youth is Wiz ard at Court Strength and Endurance HAS 20 BOXING INSTRUCTORS Distinct Relation Between Fighting and Bayonet the ap pointment of Raycroft of the war departments commission on training camp activities of William Arm strong as boxing instructor at Camp Battle the num ber of instructors in the Fistic art has been increased to There are be tween 200 and 300 assistant boxing instructors in the various camps throughout the not a few of whom are widelly known masters of the padded There to a distinct relation between the art of boxing and bayonet and while stationed at Camp Armstrong successfully promoted boxing as a necessary adjunct to bay onet Armstrong is well known in circles bofh in this country j and For 10 years or more he was affiliated with the Montreal Ath1 letic The entry of Canj ada into the war opened a wide field for the development of his ideas along athletic lines In the Prior to his assignment to Camp Han Armstrong was boxing In structor of the army gymnastic staff in Valcartler training June blanking Washington for S Shocker j weakened in the ninth and the visit ors beat Louis K to Score Washington UOO 13 3 Louis 10 0 Keese and Picin ich Uallie and I June heJd Chi cago to three hits today while Boston bunched hits off the local pitchers and won an uninteresting game 7 to Score Boston 300 9 0 Chicago 000 S 1 Mays and Schang Wolfang and June three base hit followed by a single in the ninth gave Philadelphia a 4 to 3 victory over De troit Score Philadelphia 001 3 Detroit 000 9 2 Gregg and McAvoy Kallio and June won the second game from New York to day 7 to Score New York 001 8 0 Cleveland 301 11 1 Russell and Wallers Morton and NATIONAL Chicago 31 13 New 30 Cincinnati 22 23 Pittaburg 20 23 Boston 21 2n Philadelphia IS 25 17 25 Brooklyn 15 28 Xew June York broke Chicagos winning streak here Perritt defeating Tyler in a battle 1 to Score Chicago 6 0 New York 000 2 0 Tyler and Killlfer Perritt and Me June pitched Boston to 1 to 0 victory over Pitts burg Score Pittsburg 000 3 0 Boston Ouu 5 I Miller and Schmidt Fillengem and Cincinnati l A Common Occurance WITH THE AUTO OWNER WHO CONSIDERS ANY RE PAIR SHOP GOOD BRING YOUR CAR TO US FOR REPAIR AND ATTEN TION AND YOU WILL BE ALWAYS SATISFIED THAT YOUR CAR IS IN PERFECT CONDITION WHEN LEAV ING ON A LONG OUR COMPLETE LINE OF TUBES AND ACCESSORIES ARE ALWAYS AT YOUR COME AND LOOK THEM STANDARD GARAGE THIRD STREET SOUTH AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Milwaukee Indianapolis Kansas City Toledo Paul Louisville Minneapolis Columbus INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE First Toronto Second Toron to Newark Hinghampton Jersey City Baltimore wet A few years ago when Maurice Me William Johnson and tennis stars of that school were burning up the a tall slender youth was studiously practicing the game on the courts around His tennis even as a young caught the attention of some of the experts and critics at that time and some of the bolder ones predict ed a great future for him at the court Today that youth is tho most pro mising candidate for the national ten nis now held by Xorris who is now an artillery lieu tenant in Gained Natural He is Harold and for more than blazing a acrossthe courts of having become a national figure when he engaged in a patriotic tour of the country last with Fred Jtolla Bjur sted and Miss Mary During this tour play forced the cougar to recognize him as one of the real stars of the game and predict for him a future as brilliant as that of A short time ago he was in action on the fast clay courts of the Terrace club of in Though this was early in the season his play against Alexander showed real cham pionship Has Physical Throckmorten has all the physical requirements of a great tennis He is tall and He is lithe on his feet as a panther and can cover ground with the great speed necessary in playing an effective net He is strong enough to endure the most gruelling His physical qualifications are well balanced by his mental Throckmorton thinks quickly and coordinates his perception with his his brain and muscles working in perfect harmony on tho This is one of the prime requisites of a great tennis He must take in every every pos sibility instantly and then be able to meet It Has No It can not be said that Throckmor ton is weak at any departmentof the His service is his driving hard and accurate and his volley game exceeding He plays either the net or lines with equal facility and covers an Im mense amount of territory on the Combined with it all he has supreme confidence in with out conceit and ambition to be the national PRAYED WHEN IN TIGHT PLACE Mickey Former Was a Religious FOR COLLEGE MEN One Fine Looking Prospect Has Been Corralled by Cleve land Indians New baseball play ers of class have the chance of a life time now to mako something ot their Big league slipping from the usual practice of combing the minor leagues before paying attention to the college are taking the other track now and are visiting the col leges The the Sena the the the and the Pirates already have put emissaries into the field to look things As a result of these early Investiga tions of promising big league material one finelooking prospect already is about to be signed to a contract by the Cleveland He is captain of the West Virginia and its star Juno is recommended highly by no less a person than Charlie former big leaguor and now mayor of the city where the West Virginia school is June has bean the leading hurler of the Mountaineer team for the last three In his first yeai at the university he won ten games and lost Tor his Lastyear he was given the backlhg of onVfcf the poor est teams in the history of the yet he won a majority of games In which he This year June has started on a glorious he has van quished Army and in tion to other strong teams Cleveland has the call on his serv according to word from Morgan but other clubs are after If he decides to sign he will go to some club Immediately after the close of the season at the Other schools are being combed just as And the young fellows will get more attention this summer than has been the The lack of big league material in the together with the loss of many players hy the will make every big league manager think long and hard before deciding to give up any kind of a ball DETROIT FAILURE Too Much Temperamental Cobb Assigned for Turmoil Among Tigers PACIFIC COAST Oakland Vernon Sacramento San Francisco INTERNATIONAL Scuttle Vancouver Aberdeen Portland Terminal Superintendent i of the Grand Trunk Railway I in lias been offered and uc I cepted the position of general inan I ager of the Algoma teastern Hallway with headquarters in Kanell will have charge of the line from Sudbury to Little Current and will assume the duties of his posi lion ou July Veteran fans will recall that famous oldtime Giant pitcher by the name of Michael CMickey i The New York roster shows that he twirled for that noted club from the years 1883 to 18S2 Welch was a religious We have this on the word of a man who caught for him on a club New York before Mickey reached the big Heres the way this whose name IH tells of his experience with Wed be in tight says this and Id Mickeys lips Id linnifidlaifiy set myself for the shock because knew he was go ing to send Im tiwlftest he hud in his And when i say swift i mean one that would take a fellow off his jiiiiH it he wasnt Mickey always said a prayer when in a tight Flight Claude son of an inspector of the Hud sons Hay at was kill ed in an accident flying la Eng Detroit conies first in tho American league at the bot The reason Some say Its Ty Cobb others blame Hughoy But those who give the those who know whereof they always work up to one and that is on the Detroit ball club ruins an otherwise great Jennings has the greatest ballplayer in the game He has remarkable hitting both his infield and his outfield are above tho His catching staff should give him nothing to worry but this season it Stanage was in Spencer not come to reported late and has been slowly rounding into The real story of the Spencer trouble Is told in one Too Much Koiyears Jennings has had has had unusual hitting and has had a good good outfield und good catching The blumo for defeat has been placed on the but that does not end the ar The truth is has not done as well as it and theres a From ballplayer after ballplayer I have hoard Uia same or three times from men ou the Detroit but mostly from other players who wore close friends to members of thu Always the story has been that strife ou the club has killed the teams The story runs some thing like this Ty Cobb and Junninga are clot eat of What Cobb sayg it If Cobb has trouble with teammate he iui Uu is a player of IB ad judged and the teammate Cobb never loses an This has built up an enmity that has been Players on the many I do rot but enough to destroy the teams hate Cobb and Sam Driven Sam Crawford was driven out of the majors because he could not get along with and therefore with Yet few will say that Wa hoo Sam was through as a major arid certainly none can say that he Is a hard man to Some players say the Detroit Tigers will never win until Jennings is oust and Cobb is They argue that Cobb more than counteracts his ballplaying by his trouble To be enemies of Cobb and Jennings talk but the very fact that they are enemies proves that something is wrong in that the Tiger house must undergo an energetic and that the teams spirit must be completely changed before pennants can be Angeles Peoples Forum Heve if other citizens would respond to the call as the Mayor and Com missioner Grace have done thero would be no ball for sheep horse thieves and chicken 1 aay call the be honorable to the teach the prin ciples of citizenship to the rising generation and also to the hardened old thief who would spoil the life oC our new The Lethbridgo Herald has had Its I am a but 1 do not stand for this long haired heaped upon our town We cannot afford to change our administration no more that the British can afford to dispense with the services of their leading I could point to you a number of things inaugurated by somo of your socall ed business men which will remain a monument to their everlasting dis Bo my Board ot keep out of the civil As to jingo be JOHN Six Mile Communications under this heading must bear the signatures of the POLICE June Lethbridge My Dear your observa tions I beg to uphold the action Mayor HanJie on the stand he has taken and commend his zeal towards the city In regard to police The Mayor has always had the interests of the city at heart and the manhood to enforce his My name dries appear on your assessment Forsooth the actions of the Board of Trade to dictate terms or our Board of Com they were elected not by but by the whole body of tax Take it back President you are only one man and your organization is only composed of some of Keep your arrow within your narrow you will do We look to these sioners to do their duty as I am writing between the showers which will bring I firmly be AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System RETREADING REPAIRING By Experienced All work Special Equip ment for Rim Cut RITCHIE 208 13th Ellison Mills SERVICE STATION HENRYTDENN Proprietor Makes of Batteries Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street Phone 616 I A LITTLE ROAST ON THE June farmers came in for a little attention at the Presbyterian general assembly tonight at the hands of of a return ed who held up for their guidance and edification the record of his native town in I want to tell our Canadian farmers said Chaplain in the town of Stornoway there is not an ablebodied man at Great War Veterans of Brockville unanimously passed a resolution strongly endorsing from their own the military work pf the and deprecating criticisms at the Hamilton Vulcanizing that will outlast the many people have been trying to Thats why we want you to know our We have an uptodate equip ment and can satisfy you with our expert work In AUTOMOBILE TIRE as well as pleaso your most critical Try us next time you have WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF RETREADING AND RELINING Lethbridge Tire and Repair Station Proprietor 305 6th Phone 495 SERVICE THAT SATISFIES NASH The car with the Perfected ValveinHead Motor We will be pleased to have you call and see this car in the four passenger roadster Value Cars at Volume BAALIM MOTOR Do Not Forget to Leave Your Old Tires and Tubes in Our Red Cross HOME OF THE CHEVROLET 0 UNION BANK 4i HARRY ;