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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LfmroniDGB DAfLf HERALD BRINGING UP FATHER By McManus ir WILL BE WHEN nNbtv OUT I WILD NEVER ALLOW TO TOUCH IT W MAIL tELLiN DOCTOR ROOM AND THE IN BASEBALL BOXING RACING JSPORTM HOCKEY GOLF BOWLING I BASE IS Gives Jennings Strongest Line Up of Present in is Doing Nicely the Tigers were beaten 3 to by Thurs the lineup Hughie Jennings put in the field was the best looking com bination shown by the Tigers this Hughie experimented with Dyer and Jones at first base after Dressen and while both of the lads field ed well they were weak with the So Jennings decided to pat Cobb on the initial bag for a Ty has always been ambitious to play the infield and has practised dandling infield grounders every day or many He can handle the ball on the infield as well as many players who play on the inner corridon Then he is fast ind had all the other requisites needed by a first better his presence gives the Tigers the benefit of his In the while Cobb is covering first young Frank Walker is playing an excellent game in Cobbs old position in center Frank is improving in his hitting and his fielding is leaving nothing to be One catbtf1 off Shotton in Thursdays game was a He trav eled from deep ranter over into right and caught the ball as it was Several other catches made by him during the present homo siay have been And he is a fast man on the bases above an intelli gent The Tiger combination as it now stands should win ball BAD FIRE AT June fire was discovered in a pool hall here this morning between two and three In spite of the strenuous ef forts of the citizens the fire destroy ed the pool a the post a a barn filled with automobiles and some The total damage is partly covered by RELINQUISHES June Loh leader of opposition to equal suffrage will relinquish his chairman ship of the Natonal Liberal party In the Prussian lower it is report ed in parliamentary circles In PACIFIC COAST Oakland 1 Vernon Sacramento 3 San Fransisco Los Angeles 2 Salt Lake Friends meet The success of the gathering depends on the mellowing influence of the A mild blend of selected and carefully matured Havana other Promoter Promotes 66 DAVIS A Common Occurrence WITH THE AUTO OWNER WHO CONSIDERS ANY 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 BASEBALL RESULTS AMERICAN 32 20 Nnw York 28 22 Chicago L4 21 Cleveland 27 25 Louis 23 24 Washington 25 27 Philadelphia 19 28 Detroit 16 28 June hit Myers hard today and aided by the visitors errors won the final game of the ser ies with Philadelphia 10 to Hell man hit the flag pole for a home Score Philadelphia 274 Detroit 11 Meyersand Perkins Boland and June bunched hits today and gave Chicago Us third shutout in four days six to Leonard was in fine form and was well Score 11 0 5 2 Leonard and Schang Benz and June York de feated Cleveland in the last game of the 3 to in ten innings Score New York 11 1 Cleveland 7 1 Jfogridge and Walters Coveleskie and June by Shortten and Ainsmith were respons ible for the defeat by Louis of Washington 2 to 0 was a pitching duel between Gallia and the former having the bet ter of the Score Washington 3 2 Louis 7 0 Johnson and Ainsmith Gallia and AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Milwaukee 2 Indianapolis Kansas City 1 Toledo Minneapolis 3 Columbus Paul 4 Louisville Vulcanizing that will outlast the many people have been trying to Thats why we want you to know our We have an uptodato equip ment and can satisfy you with our expert work in AUTOMOBILE TIRE as well as please 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 NATIONAL Chicago 32 13 New York 30 15 Cincinnati 22 24 Boston 22 25 Plttsburg 20 24 Philadelphia IS 25 17 25 Brooklyn It 28 June cele brated Bat and Ball Day by shutting out Cincinnati today six to Score Cincinnati 6 0 Brooklyn OOx6 9 1 Smith and Allen Mar quard and June defeated Pittsburg today two to Konet chys home run with a man on base gave Boston the Score 6 3 5 1 Harmon and Schmidt Neht and New June play etlan uphill game here today and de feated New York 8 to Score Chicago 11 1 New York 9 2 Douglas and Killifer Ander son and heavily in the first1 sWen Philadelphia and Louis battled without scoring twelve additional in nings to an 8 to 8 equalling the seasons longest The game was called on account of darkness at 8 after four and a half hours of Luderus home run with the bases filled knocked Ames out of the box in the second inning and gave Mayer a six to nothing but Louis batted him Baird scoring the tieing run by stealing second and third and coming home on Burns wild the recruit from Pennsylvania State College made a a a triple and a home the last with two on Seven intentional passes were given who did the best pitching for Phila Score 20 5 14 1 Packard and Sjiydei Davis and INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Toronto 0 Binghampton Baltimore 0 Buffalo Jersey wet cold INTERNATIONAL Aberdeen 3 Portland Seattle 3 Vancouver June a full stzed the bouts fought here last evening kept the crowd in great The main scheduled for ten between Clonle lightweight champion of and Blllie welterweight champion of was stopped In the fifth round owing to Miller breaking wrist and Tail dislocating his Up until the final round the bout was fairly Tait having the advan although outweighed by ten In the last two rounds Clonies onetwo punch found jaw on several The three preliminaries were all fast especially the last one between brother of Clonle and a local Young Tait showed ho is a great little fightei and was announced as the coming bantamweight cluunpton of The Calgary says Clonie Tait returned from JJrumheller last and when shown the from the Albertau ex pressed very keen I had the biggest cinch in my he said I just played with Miller and could have finished I hurt my hand In the second but even then i wait SEASON NEXT FALL New resumption of boat trackand other sports at bigger universities of the east foreshadows a return of football when next fall rolls The terrible blow that was dealt college sports In 1917 probably will not be repeated this At any rate It mAy be positively that the Impetus given sports by the spring and early summer events already given sanction will give sports a start for the winter that should ijranch into something rdal before the end of the War or no it has been found hat athletics must be carried The attention the war department Is paying to sports has had some ef ect in producing this but the cry of the public and the athletes hetHselves has had more to do with College mentors have come to the conclusion that arbitrarily cutting off a mans chance for physical ment and concentrating time on other things reads like the old proverb All work and no play makes Jack a dull Wartime may be ooked forward No less an author ity than Coach Robinson of the Uni versity ot Pennsylvania believes that he advent of another autumn will ind eastern colleges going along at he same old by the was one of the few big eastern colleges that ignored the roubles incident to the war and went right ahead with its athletic prob and no one can say that Pennsylvania has not done its share of war Sports suffered through the lack of big games last Football was only a half way sort of game with he splendor of Harvard and Harvard and Princeton and Princeton and There is no use to sound the Issue with Har vard and Princeton uphold the torch Ight which leads Without hese big games football is only so These games are to football what worlds series is to They a climax to gritty determination and drama to the end of the football The army and navy always have supplied color was sadly missed last This lig seems definite y but the army and navy are far more important than which emanated from Cam iridge and New Huven when hostili ties broke SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY Mens TwoPiece Summer Suib at Made to give maximum and unusual in cloths that are as Individual as the lines of the garments Tailored In smart singlebreasted exclusively for our own There are no summer suits just like Mens Straw to In fine and coarse Rough and smooth Made to adjust itself naturally to the 0 7C to Mens Bleached and Un bleached At and There IB no question about unless it is one of surprise that they can be sold at a price which is lower that asked elsewhere in the AA and Womens Panama at Trimmed with latest fancy bands and ready for Ship ped to usdirect from New York and sold to you over 7 PA our narke f LOUIS KEEL Mens Clothes Shop 318 5th Street ALTROCK NIPPED TY COBB AI FIRST When Nick Altrock was a regular Home 12 or 15 years jaaerunners hung close to the I especially to For with its sidearm was past master at the art of catching his opponents and many of them wore made to look foolish by his quick motion to If memory serves Altrock holds the record Tor catching men off picking five in one Age has taken the speed from Nicks but it has not taken the cunning from his and he can still get the ball to first In Ty Cobb feH victim to his Ty reached first In the opening of the game when Altrock made a for Bush ut Ty had played against the clown when he was In his But a dozen years have caused the Tlgor to forget about the snap throw to So Cobb strayed off the with Ills usual Nick sighted him out of the corner of his eye and with easy grace threw the ball to barred from first started for where Lavan put the ball on who was on second when Cobb came to the WUK also a vic tim of Altrocks Young had sacrificed Don jo to the middle and when Cobb to the pitch Hush evidently thought the play would be made at But Nick slipped as he turned to throw the ball and lost the chance to get So he then pegged the ball last lo Morgan and Uonie was run Kans who saw the ggjuu figured that Altrock was itcky and that every Inning would hta ie Ot was favored by a certain amount of Any veteran pitcher Is in a game of this But Nick was working the corners on every lie used his head and refused to give the Tigers a good bail to hit In stead of a steady bombardment of uxtra base only three wero Two doubles and a Five sin gles brought the total up to Ainsmith helped the oldtimer out in many Eddie made many trips to the box for the purpose of telling Nick the next batters weak HOBS and where to put the Nlok pitched a fact which 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 made the game Every fan In the park was with the former star and all went home pleased when ho left the box a MORE ASSEMBLY Moose June topic of discussion at the Saskatchewan Stock Growers convention which opened here yesterday Is the establishment of more points for cattle at different parts of the SERVICE STATION HENRYTDENN Proprietor All of Batteries Charged Repaired 311 7th Street Phone 616 NASH The car with the Perfected ValveinHead Motor We will be pleased to have you call and this car In the fpur passenger roadster Value Cars at Volume BAALIM MOTOR Do Not Forget to Leave Your Old Tires and Tubes in Our Red Cross Box HOME OF THE CHEVROLET BACK OF UNION BANK HARRY ;