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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAOKSIA THE LETHBR1D.OK DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, JUNIC 19, 191} "BRIRGING UP FATHER" By G. Me Man us X fiOULV- AJ FINE' j UNO OUT I Me. VWNIH4 '''OUR BASEBALL BOXING RACING S P OR T-l HOCKEY GOLF BOWLING Both'Belter Positions in pNat- ional League Pennant 'Chase During Week New Boston and Phila- delphia teams bettered their posi- tions In Ihe National league race and (hftvClevelaud and St Louis cTUbs league during the last ,-veek. The leader in each Ji the, National and Boston in the American successfully maintained its place at the front.'The Cubs won 'i tour and loat two games, while tiie Aed" Sox won, five "and lost three, counting, their defeat in SL Louis. The week saw two conteElsjof ira- asual IsngLK.' ganders was credited nIth Pittsburg's 1 Ginning .yIctory over Boston on Tuesday. Darkness on Thursday terminated at the close of- ihe 19th Inaidg, a game which, played to a tie by the St. Louis and Phlta- delphia Nationals, has been equaled jnly oncVaniTiiot surpasse'd, fri'the major leagues this season, In the Cirst seven Innings each team scored runs and. thereafter they shut jach other out, the game occupying [our and one-half hours and requiring Ihe services of eight pitchers and a lotal of 23 pJarers.-.. Mrs. Theresa Votter Can Not Known as the "Human Cork" a greai deal of lime to "water bal-1 anting." The bupyaaey. of her body has kept ilrs. Votter out'of the lire saving ser- vice. The government regulations're- quire, among other qualifications, that a candidate for the service must re- main under nine feet ol water for 60 seconds, Mrs. Veltcr can not do this. She, can't stay under nmre than one- fourth that length of tlnie. She can't even-readr the.bottom in nine water. Time alter- lime she has tried to pass test. She has taken the ex- amination of the American Red Cross Life .Saving Society, -Ihe-Royal Life Salving Society" and Life SaVlng League ofvAmerica. Mrs. Velter swims the breast, back, over arm and crawl strokes. She is an excellent is unable to dive deeper than six or seven feet. DETROIT FANS ARE-WORRIED Rumored That There May be Change in Management. Many Big League Players Evade Army Service-by ing Xe w he Charles town a nd Newport navy yards are intensely in- terested In the recent announcement from that ball .players who are holding 'bomb, proof Jobs are to be investigated. Each of these; places, wth particu- lar emphasis on the Charlestown. yard, harbors, a number of former big leag- uers and former Class -AA placers. In fact, It is prnbable that the baseball fans "are up in arms over the heavy fall tof the once powerful Tigers and it Is rumored that ttiefe Trill be a change in management. Somebody made a' grave mistake when First fcaseman Bams was allowed to go to the one of. the American top of.the batting records, standing with an average of .343. Dressen, who succeeded "him-In kfae Petroitt line-up far dowa on the Hat -with .183. Dauss Is, the -Detroit pitcher'who has won four games' to date, the others' being of Hide or no value. Another surprising -fact Is the Tig- ers' weakness in batting. Their team 'percentage Is .231, arid they are ikst in this respect. Ty Cobb, for the lirsl time in 12 years, Is hitting below HIE .300 mark; The Georgia Peach may forge to the front later in the cam- paign, but his, stick work GO far has created, the 'impression that he .Is slowly tjut, surely losing his grip. Bush, usually a light hitter, leafa the Tigers wilh .300, but VUt and at .239 and .534 re- spectively. Jennings be 'sunnlan t ftd 1 club representing the yard could make a slit! Charles town fight for the A German" submarine would have no terrors for -Mrs. Theresa Vetter of Cleveland, unless the water was very cold. CREDIT DUE JOE WOOD. SmoXjr Joo. tyood ccrlainty deserves the success'he Is having as an out- fielder for Iho Cleveland Indiana. When Joe's arm went back on hbn he reCuied draw salary from the inability lo remain under the water. sho bobs1 up like a cork. Even her companions In a swim- ming pool are unable ID held her un- der water. She will He on top of tho water, fully dressed, and remove her clothes. She will lie on her side on the sur- face ol the water, in the same posi- tion she would take on a straight back BASEBALL RESULTS Boston Near York Cleveland Washington St (Louis Detroit Philadelphia Woo. Loat. 34 22 ,10 31 25 ,19 19 26 22 23 2S 30 32- .607 .566 .544 .385 OeOQ44 9Q4 SOCCER CHALLENGE Some of the olfl soccer play- era in the city are getting Iho fever and are casting about for v a game so us to be'In line with the old timers ot baseball and v lacrosse circles. A team of single players has announced H- sell ready'to take on an eleven froiu among the ranks of the benedicts at a game of soccer on the momiug ol July 1st, and throy? out a challenge to .Ihe married men to get busy. Here's your coauce, geutle- nien. pennant ia either of the big leagues. They are going thtoueh the war with peus for guns and desks for. breast- works. Qhi? two Boston big league ball players-have enlisted to fight- One of them is Hank Gowdy, Braves.-calcher first of the-big leaguers to go-into servicij. The other is Dick Hoblltzel, formen first m the Red Sos, He was several tinies ac-i count of physical disability, but, an operation made It possible for'him to pass.an examination arid get in line for a- commission. G rover Cleveland Alexander set an example that some men In the naral reserve followed. When-dratted there was au effort made to get Alexander's, enlistment in a certain branch of tho naval reserve force. A man waa -sent' to seo him, but the famous pitcher sent the emis- sary, away with the information that, as lie had been drafted into the army, he considered It his duty to fight In the army, and that he was looking lor no favors In order to avoid ba'.ng ex- nosed lo the battles In Europe. Cleveland, June a two run Washington defeated Cleveland 3 to 2 in a' game advanced from July 21. Washington 10 0 Cleveland 9 .1 Ayars and PIciachj-Enzuiau, Coumb and O'Neill. St. Louis, June moved into seventh place by taking both games of today's double header from St. Lou's, two MS od three t i SL Louis and A'e imaker. 9 1 Dauss. and A'elle; Lelfield, Wright and Nibna: Second gaiOL, istroit--.-... t. Boland and Yells; tlMhoron (No other games WOMEN TO SWIM GOLDEN GATE. Second Annual Race Will Be Staged on July 4. San day, 'hursday, July 4, has been set for the econd annual women race across tie Golden Gate, the entrance from Pacific ocean into San Francisco Nineteen of the Pacific coast's eat. mermaids finished In last year'.1; ace, .which was won by Miss Frances Lowells, Mrs. Ernest Smith was the trot lo finish, but was disqualified orihaivinjTj inadvertently, not follow- id tho prescribed course. Twenty-six ;lrts faced Iho pistol. Tlie' '.distance covered Is approxi- mately one quarter miles and time was ,41 minutes and 15 seconds. This narrow strait Is consldcied one of the moat difficult Jiece's of.water on the PacIEIc.coast o swim lor the reason that the in and out ruahlug 'tides make many rips ind choppy seas which musl be over- come by the swimmer. It is expected that both Miss Cow- BARNES AND HAGEN WIN, Mount Verrtpn, N.Y., June Barnes and Walter iragen la-day- fcatcd -dcrome Travera and! Charles Evans Jr. at the 23rd green In their IS-hoie golf match on the links ot the Slwani Country club near here. More than was raised for tbo Red Cross. as no player haa surprised It In many a yean He hair worked hard to learn the fine polnli'of oatfieMtrig and hit- ting, and he fa being well repaid now for the sacrifice tic in ado. LEVNSKY BEAT WEINERT, Jersey June Battling Levln'sky. outpointed Charlie Weinert in every round of ah eight-round bout CADDOCK WINS IN STRAIGHT FALLS; Waterloo, Cacldock; world's champion, won two nlratghl falls here over John Olin, Finn1 ma I arllsl. The first fall >vas awarded in, minutes and the second la ten minutes. chair, with her head completely out j here, to-night. Levinskr weighed 180 'pounds and Weinerl 185 pounds. This of the water. Nol unlil two' years ago did .Mrs. Veller learn of per abnormaf buoy- ancy In water. It was then she learned to awlm. Since then she has devoted was the first heavyweight battle held In Naw Jersey vsinco the law lexallzlng eisht-rbund boxing contests In this state wan passed. GOLFERS WILL HELP. Golfers in the United States are out to raise this season on the links for the aid of the Red Cross A splendid start has been mr.de li Ihe spectators 'contribute as they did In Chicago a week ago when the) gave It will not take lonj to go over Ihe lop. Satisfy jrouneH on thk cannot fi nd another cigar so uniformly full fiavbVed, fragi'ant and altogether satisfy- ing the NOBLEMEN] Have you smoked one lately? (UwJly2.fof.2Sc.) mm-9..... f. Delightyiy Rich! 9. DAVIS 01 SOWS, Mmitixi, 413 Jhtcago ew York Soston Wladelphia llnctnnati 'ittaburg SI. Louis Brooklyn.......... New York, June NATIONAL Won. Lost. 34 15 M.'-' 15 25 26'. 26 28 2S 20 30 20 19 IS' 4 '2 4 P.C .691 .694 ,.506 .m York closed a long stay at home today by defeating Cincinnati 7 to 1.' Score: Cincinnati 10 2 Vew 0 f Gresaler, Regan, Allen and Wingo Perrilt and JloCarlj-. Brooklyn, June made .welvc ;hits for a lotal of nineteen Mses today but' loat to Chicago 4 t 3, through reckleaa baae running Score: Chicago S Brooklyn 12 Vnughn and Killifer; Marquard an bers of the crew, It having cpnr- menced to break up yesterday; double plays -helped Hogg blank Pirates. Score: Philadelphia TY COBB HISSED. Ty Cobb hissed In his .own town because he dropped a lliFOwh ball In a recent game Is tho inforaifitlon con- Wncd In a Detroit nqwBpapef .Those Tiger fana must ho a raw meat eating aggregation. In (he last 10'years Ty has won about 500 games Cor them single-handed. Cobb has been playing first base be- cause Jennings Itad plcolr ol ouElicid- crs und previous (o making.his error he had accepted 42 chances without a skip. Then the fans booed him. Can you beat It? Cooper and Archer; Hogg ami LEAGUE Rochester's, 13, 2; N'owark 3, 3, 4. Syracuse. 3, 6, 0; Jersey City 2, 5, 1. Butfalo 2, 2, 0; Tilnghampton 3, 1C, 1. Second 8, 7, 0; Ding- hampton 4. V Toronlo-Ilalllmore, irafnn ralleil 'off on account of darkness. ASIBRICAN ASSOCIATION 4, 2; SI. Paul 6, 6.-1. Indianapolis 3, 10, 1; Milwaukee 7, 9, 1. LoulirUte 1, .5, 0; Kansai City 7, 10, 2. Columbua 2, ,4, 3; Minneapolis 4, Vernon 3, 8, 0; SacramchtpiS, 6, 0. Salt f-ake 2, 8, C; San Francisco 6, 10, 1. Oakland 1, 10, 0; Loa 2, 7, P, G'. Seattle 15, 2; o, 10, t, t. SERVICE STATION HENRYTDENN Proprietor All Makti of Batierltt Charged Rtfiltit 311 7th Street S. Phone 616 I AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED IJythc Famous flaywood System RE-TREAOfNQ 41 REPAIRING By Kxperlenced Workmen. 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