Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE SIX IHK LhTlHBRrDC.E DAltT HERALD e--'-';____. .....Lii__LJ--.iJJiil-..-_______ FRIDAY. JUNE21,191� "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus BASEBALL BOXING RACING SPO HOCKEY GOLF BOWLING EBALL -1 ,;. .;. ,j. .;, ,j NORTHSIDERS WIN THEIR SIXTH STRAIGHT. The Old Timers have their strongest aggregation lined up for the big game at the ball park tonight when they will test the prowess of the Bankers, new lights on the horiion of the baseball world. The game Is called for 6:45 and v/ill be played for the Sailors' Relief Fund which is being collected by the I.O.D.E. through the Herald. Arrangements are being made to take a collection at the gate as the fans arrive, and as the caus� is a good one while the game itself is expected to be the best of the season, it is hoped the fans will turn out In large numbers ready to help along a good cause. All the Old Timers who appeared in the game the othtr night Rgalnst the High School are asked to be on hand. Williams will be in the box for the Forty-Niners* while Scott will grace the hump for the Shylocks. Be on time, 6:45. Thai North SIdo baseball crow is surely BOinK stronR. After Inflicting a. mortal ilr-feat on a picked aggregation ot youngsters representing the south side the other evening they marched out last night and assaulted the camp of the High School to the tnne of L'2-S). It was another autul massacre. This Is the sixth straight win for the North Lethbridge aggregation this year, and thoy are now after the scalps of the Old Tim- ' ers. FIGHT AT SALT LAKE. Baltimore. Md., June 21.-The heavyweight battle between Fred Fulton, ot Rcithester, Minn., and Jack Dempsey, of Salt Lake City, Utah, which was to have taken place at Danbury, Conn., will be staged at Oriole Park here July 4, according to announcement made here last night. The state superintendent of police ot Connecticut has declared the bout would bo a violation of the law of that state. The bout will be for fifteen rounds. The articles of agreement wiil be signed In New York. Look Out for the man who offers everything cheap. Cheapness ot quality in Tires and Tubes often prove expensive no matter how cheap the price. Mileage Is what counts with the auto owner and by keeping in block only the best grades wo are able to Batisfy the moat exacting. It will pay you to iiatronlze truBtworthy people and you make no mistake when you come hero. STANDARD GARAGE THIRD STREET 80UTH THE HOME OF THE FAMOUS VELIE SIX BASEBAL RESULTS AMElllCAN Boston..... .New York . Cleveland .. Chicago .... Washington St. Louis ... Detroit ____ Philadelphia Won. Lost. PC "v." 21 .59:'> 2-1 ..-)04 27 ..�.42 2;", 540 L'8 ;;o .483 25 29 .4i;:i 20 ;',o Am 21 33 .3S11 BIGGER ME Lightweight Champion Raises $50,000 on Army-Aid Trip To Pacific Coast Chicago, .'une 20.-Chicago defeated Cleveland 0 to 4 in ten innings to-i day. ! Prior to the starting of the game i three autographed baseballs were auctioned off. The first autographed ; by Billy Sunday brought $50. one by ' Mrs. Woodrow Wilson was sold for ] $14,=)0. and one bearing the autograph of the president, was sold tor $.")�.'iO. The entire receipts of the game were for the sailors and soldiers. Score: Cleveland ......100 U03 000 0-4 7 4j Chicago .........OIU OqO 300 I-ttS 9 �(] Morton. .Coveleskio and 'O'N'enl; C.'-', cotte, Danfortli and Schalk. Boston, June 20.-Boston and Philadelphia divided a double header today, the visitors winning the first 2 | to 0, and Boston taking the second 3 to 0. Score: Philadelphia .....000 000 002-2 7 0 Boston ...........000 000 000-0 3 0 Gregg and McAvoy; Jones and Ague w. I Second game- - Philadelphia ......000 000 000-0 4 0 Boston ...........000 003 Oi).\-3 i; 0 Perry and Perkins; Leonard, Moly-neaux and Schang. New York, Juno 20.-Washington defeated New York in . the second ame ot the series here today by a score ot 4 to 1. The score: Washington ......000 000 202-4 7 1 New York ........000 000 010-1 S 1 Harper and Plclaich; Finneran and Hannah. (Other teams not scheduled.) NATIONAL Won. Lost P.C. Chicago........ ... S-l IG .�,S(! New Y'ork ..... ... ;s5 ICi , .S86 Boston ......... ... 2S 27 1 .509 Philadelphia ... ,.. 23 2S .451 Cincinnati ..... 2K .440 Pittsburg ...... .'.'.' 21 29 .420 St. Louis...... ... 1!1 29 .39(i Brooklyn ...... ... 19 31 .380 New York.-Benny Leonard has earned the title of the iliost valunblo boxer in the world. Perhaps Benny | may not be the grejitest lightweight champion ot all time-although, many critics declare he is-but he has done more to justify the boxing game in the United States than any other performer of the squared circle. If boxing is legalized throughout the United St;ites as the result of patriotic endeavors ot the professional boxers, Benny Leonard's name will stand out among the leaders ot the men v/ho made the country safe for boxing. The foregoing Is the only conclusion to draw from Leonard's activities since the beginning of the war. Hurries Back to Work. On his way east hu tarried in Chicago only between trains, for he is In a.s much of a hurry to get back to his army work as his officers at Camp Upton are to have him. That they are eager tor his return is evidenced by the number of telegrams ho received asking him to hurry back to his post. On his brief "vacation" from hia camp work Ijoonard raised in excess of $50,000 for the military athletic funds. This is in nddlllon to the $100,-000 ho is credited with having raised before he made his swing of the Pacific coast cities and brings Ills total up to $150,000 since he donned the khaki of art instructor. In addition to this Leonard has secured n large number ot subscriptions to the third Liberty loan, to the Ked Cross, to the Y. M.C.A. and to the Knights of Colu\ii-bus funds, so it would not be far from the truth to style him Undo Sam's half-mllllon-doUar beauty. Booked For Big Carnival. On his return to Camp Upton Leonard donned the harness and started the instruction ot the men of the second draft. Ho took a day off on June 7 to appear at a monster ath- \ letic carnival which wms hed at Madl-son Square Garden. Now York, from which the promoters raised from $40,-000 to $50,000 tor camp funds. Of course, the lightweight champion was the principal attraction ot the day, so that it can be seen that the amount of his contributions to Uncle Sam ' will take another long upward bound. Leonard was asked to appear at the Elks' carnival which is to bo held in the near future at the First Regiment armory in Chicago, but ho was unable to secure the assent of Ur. B. J. Ray-croft, head of the military athletics. His services are regarded as so valuable that the authorities are reluctant to give him more than three or four days off at a lime, and he fell that he would be unable to do him-self justice, even in an exhibition bout with only this slight amount of training. Leonard declares that when ho appears before a Chicago crowd he wants to be In perfect condition, so that he may show the fans how good he is. Hondrl-v and Killlter; Sanders, Cooper and Schmidt. Philadelphia, Jiine 20.-Wild throwing by Stock and Luderus gave Boston the first game ot today's double header, 6 to 4, in ten innings, but Philadelphia's first inning was enough to win the second game by 5 to 4. Score: I'^irst game- Boston...... 110,000,020.2-6 12 1 Philadelphia . . 000,310,000,0-4 12 2 Nehf and Wilson; Prendergast and Burns. Second game- Boston .. .'. ... 010,002,001-4 10 1 Philadelphia . .. 500,000.00x-5 9 0 Ragon, Hearne and Henry; Watson and Adams. Cincinnati-St. ' liouis, postponed, rain. PROPAGANDA SERVICE. Paris, June 19.-Offiolal announcement is made of the creation under the foreign ministry of a propaganda service to allied and neutral countries with a director under the title ot commissioner-general. Anthony Klobuk-owski, former minister to Belgium, has been appointed commissioner-general In charge of the work. Brooklyn, June 20.-New York hit Coombs in timely fashion toda}'. New Y'ork rtofeatlng Brooklyn G to 0. Score: New York .. .. 100,110,030-G 10 1 Brooklyn .. .. . 000,000,000-0 7 0 Causey and JlcCarty; Coombs and Miller. Pittsburg. .Tune 20.-PlttPburg broke Its losing streak today by defeating Chicago 3 to 1. Score: Chicago....... 000,000,100-1 4 1 Plttsbu.-g ... .. . 002,001,00.\-3 10 2 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Syracuse 0, BInghampton 2. Baltimore 1, Hochester 0. T6ronto 5, Jersey City 3. Second game-Toronto S, Jersey City 0. Buffalo 2, Newark 5. t�. C. INTERNATIONAL Aberdeen C, Vancouver 3. 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