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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE STn LETHBRIDGE DAILt HERAto MONDAY. .TUNF/17, lOlR "BRINGING UP BATHER" By G. McManHs t -' BASEBALL BOXING RACING SPORT HOCKEY GOLF BOWLING file SOOTHERN lEAGU SAI TRACK F. Edman Carries Tent Around Grand Circuit ra.s built. And hero the horses of the Ktl-Jnan string have their stalls. But fed man believes that the outdoor life adds years to a man s life and he be-, lieves in having home cooking every--here he' travels. So the tent is his home and his wife is the boss of the Edman commis.'ary department for he believes ^n providing good home cooking for all of the 10 men who travel with'his stable and look after his horses. And his wife does the cooking. What's more, she's a noted cook, for any horseman is tickled to Ket a bid to sit down xo, the Edman table. The leading light.' of the Edman string are Russell Roy, famous pacer, that 'has come within a quarter second of the two-mimite � mark, and .Grand Chime. 2.06 1-4 trotter. Russell JBoy is- the horse that won a, heal at North Randall three years ago when rot a single ticket had been sold-on him. A $2 play would have netted the Investor over $(;00. In the Edman string are also \he->e horses: Theda Bara. 2.09 1-4 pacer on ihe liaU-mile track.^^; Simholear ,lr.. ^Prince Direct I!,. Highland Lassie and Mary Monroe, all sreen pacers; Tei-'ford. 2.1-4 1-t trotter: Peter tliree. �j-ear-old trotter: (,'ec.eUa .Maizian. :2.15 trotter, and Drohetta, 2.1:j 1-1 -trotter. With Edman another .Memphis liorseman has arrived bringing with diim one horse. Abbe Tablet. 2.08 1-2, trotter," that ha expects to campaign ion the twice-aroimd.i*. New York. June iG.-Much significance i. the exceptional ball player-the kind that crops up hut once in a decade. Makes Good in Great Style. Everybody who has seen Young in action declares that he is jus: as good, if not better, than he has been pictured in the advance in'ormatlon. He was born in Shiner. Tex., but when he was a lltrte chap his folks moved over to San Aatonlo_ivhere he has resided since. Therefore lie is another star to be raised in the Lone Star state-. Speaker, of the Indians, also hails from there. It wa.^-twhile attending the rt'est Te.xas .\'ilitary academy that baseball lovers started to talk about Young. He made good in every branch of sport there, particularly football. Hejl started playing professional ball with Sherman of the Western association, covering second base, the position he played In his school teams.  Baseball scouts and personal friends tipped off .McGraw as to the ability of. Young, and in 1916 he purchased him from Sherman for t2.ono, but first impressed on the lad that he would make a better outfielder than an infielder. He sent him to Rochester last season for further seasoning and he electrified the International league hatting .3.t2. -svhich enabled him to finish second, to the experienced Larry Lajole. Hits Like "Wahoo Sam" Young is slightly under the average height, but he grips his bat at the end. something like Sam Crawford, and he.,slashes at the ball with tremendous power and precision. The young Texan has not yet reached his majority, and unless present Indications go all awry he will he a star outfielder for the Giants for many years to come. 6ASEBA RESULTS Boston ..... New York . Chicago .... Cleveland .. St. Louis . . Washington Philadelphia Detroit ---- AMERICAN Won. 26 1!1 , IT Lost. 22 2;! 21 2!l .",1 P.C. .fiun .ofifi ..-.45 ..100 .m .380 .362 CADDOCK'S NEXT BOUT. Des Moines, low-a, .June 17.-Sergt. -Earl Caddock, of the national army, -world's heavyweight wrestling chani-jiioh, and Ed "Strangler"-Lewis signed articles to-day for a championsMp ^vrestling match on .lune 20 in Des JMoines. The match will be to a finish ^vitll- a two hour limit. It is seldom that a baseball recruit lives up 'to his spring training reputation. Ross Young, the new right fielder ALEXANDER THE GREAT- ENROUTE TO FRANCE St. ftuis, .Mo., June 17.-Grover Cleveland .-Mexander, famous Cub pitcher, and Chuck Ward of the Brooklyn Dodger.!, recently drafted from their teams for the service of Undo Sam, passed throufli St. LouLs Tuesday on the way ip f'rairce. where they soon will be battling tor liberty. Alexander and Ward both were with a certain battery that is moving from one of the western camps to an (Atlantic port of embarkation. Both haye arraiigod for short leave at' the p#t and it is their hope to participate In one more game at home before embarking. Saturday Games Washington .....;bou luu 020*-3 fi 6 Chicago ..........100 OiiU 000-1 ;! 4 Harper and Picinlch; Faber and Schalk. New York ........000 OoO 000-0 4 2 Detroit ...........200 000 llx-4 S 1 Russell and AValters; Kallyo and Spencer. - Philadelphia ......002 000 000-2 4 1 Cleveland ........lOO "02 02x-5 8 8 Adams and Perkins; Bagby and O'Neill. Boston ..........OO-J 000 201-fi 13 0 St. Louis .......210 010 000-4 11 3 .tones and Agne-rt-; Davenport, Rogers and Severold. � � Sunday Games Chicago, June 18.-Chicago defeated Washington today 3 to 0 in' a game marked with frequent arguments between Umpire O'Loughlin and players of both team*. Score; Washington ,. 000 000 000-0 5 Chicago...... 000 021 00.x-3 S 0-| Altrock, Shaw and Ainsmith; Ci-cotte and Schalk. Detroit. June 16.->few York bunched hits in three innings and defeated Detroit 5 to 2 tortnv. Score: New York .... 001 220 000-3 10 0 Detroit...... 000 020 000-2 7 4 Caldwell, Alogridge and �Walters; Erickson, Boland and Yelle. St, Louis, June 16.-Daring base runuing by Johnson gave St. Louis a 2 to 1 victory over Boston today. With the score tied in the-ninth. Johnson, rurining tor Johns, started to steal second. Schang's throw went to centre field and Johnson scoreil before the ball was returned. Score: Boston...... 000 000 JOO-1 3 0 St. Louis .. .. 100 000 001-2 7 0 Leonard and Schang; Shocker and Xunamaker. Cleveland, June 16-Cleveland made It three straight from Philadelphia today, winning 4 to 2. Score: Philadelphia . .. 002 000 000-2 ?. 1 Cleveland .. .. 012100 00x-1 ii I Gregg and McAvoy; Morton and O'Neill. FIELDER A. JONES QUITS. Will Come West to Portland to Look After Timber Holdlngi. St. Lotiis, June IT.-Fielder Alan-son Jones, who resigned as manager of the 'SI. Louis American bnneball club, ithnounced that the only reason for his unexpected action was that he wanted to get back in the coninx^rclnl field. He will depart Saturday for his home in Portland, Ore., where he has large timber holdings. James Philip "Jimmy" Austin, third baseman, has been appointed tetuporary mahager. A committee of players visited Jones and asked him to reronsldei* his, action and remain with the team. Officials of the Browns also urged Fielder Jones to withdraw his resignation. I'hil de C. Ball, president and principal stockholder of the' team, declared the re.ilgnatlon came as a complete surprise and that po friction existed between Jones and the players. Jones said he would not withdraw his resignatiou and declared he was through with sport, it is said that his large timber holdings have become Second-Syracuse 3; Jersey City 4. Buffalo 4; Blughampton 10. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Saturday Games Milwaukee 0, Toledo 1. .Minneapolis 9, Louisville 11. St. Paul 2, Indianapofia G. Kaiwas City "i, Columbus 0. Minneapolis 4; Louisville 7. St. Paul 12; Indianapolis 11. Milwaukee 3; Toledo 2. Kansas City 4; Columbi^ G. Second-Ivansas City 0; Columbus PACIFIC COAST Saturday Games. Los Angeles 4, Salt Lake 0. Second game-Los Angeles 12, Salt Lake 1. Oakland 1, Vernon 2. Sacramento 3, San Francisco 4. P, C. INTERNATIONAL Vancouver 10. Seattle 'i. Aberdeen 1, Portland !t. Second game-Aberdeen 7, Portland 16. . auto tires OF ALL SIZES ' vulcanized By the Famous Haywood Systetn RE-TREADING &. REPAIRING By Experienced Workmen. All �work guaranteed. Special Equipment for Rim Cut Repairs. r. d. ritchie Important with the growth of the shipbuilding Industry. "My Vesignalion has nothing to do with the club's playing," Jones said. "The boys are playing as good as desired and the club's chance for the pacnant is not sllni In any wise. I'm tired traveling around with the club and want to retire." ORKlN (F'rom Our Own Correspondent) ' Orion, June 14.-On Friday Jmu 7th a concert and play was given in the hall by the Seven Pjirsons amateur company. The progrnm consisted ot songs, instrumental pieces, readings, recltntions, etc. Miss Agnes Robh presided at the piano. The others taking pun were; Mr. and Mrs. Mock. C. M. Uobb, Mr. and .Mrs. W. W. Bell, .Mr.s. Millar, Mrs. J.C. Hubhs, Misses C. EUtlns, II. Olson, Kate Meyer. Home Talent Play ^ "That Rascal Pal'' ChartCclors: Pat JIcNoggerty ......J. J. Nicholson Chas. Livingstone .. Thos. McDonald Major" PuffjnckRt .......1. C. Hubbs .N'ancy, (Fat's Sweetheart) ....... ............Mrs. A. E. Manner Lnui'a (Charles' Sweetheart) ..... ...................Mrs. D. P.. Mock Director-Mrs. J. C. HubbS There wns a good attendance' and the program was well carried out. Afterwards dancing was Indulged In. The rted C roas' will benelll from the proceeds of the evening, \ few oC the' farmers irom this district went to Foremost to the sale of school lands. Mr. J. Eckmier and C. Wesly bought some ot the land in this district. Orion ball team played Etzikom at Orion on the 12th. the Orion team winning by seven to six. STORAGE i BATTERY service station henryXdenn Proprietor All Makes of Batteriet Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street S., Phone 616 FashionCraft Quality Clothes Are made with on eye to the future-each garment fa produced as carefully and perfectly as we can ms-Jte f*- And sold w-Ith the object of'retaining the present - customers as a tuturfe patron- TTo don't want it all- But in return for your money we offei;-r-VaIuo, Style and workmanship unequoUod . by 90 per cent, of the custom tailors on the American^ Continent. $20.00 up L. KEEL Soletreet, Lethbridge, Alta. Phone 495 'SERVICE THAT SATISFIES" Enjoy your Week end Outiiig by Having yoiir Car Equipped With New * Tires We sell all the best makes. All sizes. ^Baalim Motor Co. HOME OF THE CHEVROLET BACK OF UNION BANK / 12335604 ;