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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 22, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1917 the LKTfmmnr.rc rMii/y herald pack THREE "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus FOR TV/O P1N�b I'D bRIEAK XOUR -, J/YW- BE CAREFOL. TOU'RE TM.KUM' TO rs BURGLAR- Big League Baseball NATIONAL Won. Lost. New York...... "3 Philadelphia .. .. 32 ..... 3,'l Chicago St. Louis Cincinnati Boston .. Brooklyn . Pittsburg 28 31 20 20 IS 17 10 27 2G S3 27 28 32 P.C. .660 .627 .550 .519 .484 .426 .417 .300 Chicago .. Boston .. New York .. Cleveland .. Detroit .. St. Louis .. Philadelphia Washington Won. Lost. P.C 20 .643 .. 33 21 .Gil .. 30 23 .r.OG .. 29 29 .500 .. 25 27 .4S1 ... 23 31 .420 ... 19 :u .380 ... 20 33 .377 Bunch Hits Philadelphia, Juno 21. - Brooklyn fmtiched hitd off Alexander in the second and third inniiigs und won today's game 4 to 2. Marquard was very effective In all but one Inning and was well supported. Brooklyn.......012 010 000-4 10 1 Philadelphia.. ..000 200 000-2 G 0 Marquard and Miller; Alexander and KilHIcr. Easy For Cubs Pittsburg, June 21.-Chicago easily won from Fittsburg today 12 to 4. Miller and Grimes were ineffective. Poor support, was a factor ~1 GfflEPOSlPflND The baseball game to have been played thin evening between Coaldale and Lethbridge at Eck-storm park, has been postponed, and will be played Saturday evening on the grounds here at the usual time. The Coaldale team Is a strong aggregation and has won many games this season. The battle should be a good one. Nip and Tuck New York, June 21.-New York won a nip ami tuck game from Boston here today by a score of 5 to 4. The Yanks, scored their winning run in the eighth i inning on Pipp's single, Millor's infield out and Peckinpaugh's double. Boston filled the bases with one out in the ninth inning but Gardner, who Diamond Dots With the District Ball Teams The golf committee have had printed a very neat and useful score card and all the members should at once make application to the secretary as there is only a limited quantity. These cards contain the local rules and also information concerning the handicap, a member haB been round the links and marked his score on the card he should then hand it in to the secretary who will file and docket it for future reference. It is intended to hold a big handicap on July 2 in connection with which there will be certain prizes. The committee are busy working on this at present. A lot of novices have joined the is, one always finds the old hands are ready and eager to take a beginner round the links and give him the benefit of their experiences, show him how certain strokes are made, what club to use, and how to hold it, etc. Some people are inclined to think it foolish and ridicule the idea of a big strong man hitting a poor little ball as far as he can and then go hunting for it, but in reality it. is those scoffers who are the real foolish people. They prefer to pay a doctor to keep them well, whilst the golfer never has need of one. About the only folks that have reason to try and disparage golf are the doctors and 'undertakers. Of all the games invented up to the present time, golf as a health preserver and life prolonger has 110 rival.! There are also other good points I about this truly noble game. In every ! walk in life self-control is an import- i ant item. There is no game that bet-1 ] ter teaches a man this excellent qual-. 1 ity. The unexpected so frequently: [happens. Little things, those provok- I ' ing, exasperating, aggravating little 1 I things. His patience is sorely tried, Vancouver, June 20.-In the latest casualty list appears tin1 name of I. A I. Howell, of Vancouver, under heading "gassed." This young soldier is a son of Mr. J. M. Howell, of Point Grey, collector of customs of this city, and a grandson of Sir Mackenzie Howell, former premier of Canada. Petrograd. June 20.-The council of soldiers and workmen has made public the fact that the derman com-the inlander in chief on the eastern front sent a wireless message inviting the Kussian armies to a separate armistice and proposing that they enter into secret pour parlers with the German leaders. The council denounces the proposals. , and lie has even been known to in-The intention is that when .(i,llKe ln I)rofanity, silent or otherwise. A golfer soon learns this lesson; that he has to keep his self-control in order to play this game right. Another good point is that it puts a man on his honor more than any other game. It often happens that he is making a stroke where he is ; unobserved by his opponent. Just: over a rise in the ground lie finds his ball in a tuft of grass or half buried in a hole. To move it with a club or the toe of his boot might make all the difference between a stroke of t good clean nobody need be afraid of making [shot. If there is a touch of crooked-themselves look foolish by breaking | ness in a man's character such things club this year ajod are playing golf, for the first time in their lives so that ! two or three yards or Carmangay will be a visitor in Lethbridge during the coming week. The had made three hits, ended the from the northern burg will draw a bv hitting into a double "play. Boston........Oil 002 000-4 8 1 New York......001 030 Olx-5 10 2 Shore, Pennock and Agnew, Thomas; Love, Shocker and Nunamaker, \ Walters. Chicago.......330 010 410-12 16 Pittsburg......300 010 000-4 5 2 Hendrix and Elliott; Miller, Grimes and \V. Wagner. CouidnJt Hit Toney St. Louis, June 21.-St. Louis could do nothing with Toney today and Cincinnati won 7 to 1. Manager Muggins was put off the field by Umpire Byron for protesting a decision on balls and strikes in the seventh nnd a moment later Bethel was ordered to leave I lie Meld. A crowd of about 300 waited outsido the park for Byron after the game and it. was necessary for the police to use force to disperse them. No one was hurt. Cincinnati......020 003 020-7 10 1 St. Louis......010 000 000-1 2 1 Toney and Wingo; Watson, Murch-ison and Enyder. Boston Shut Out Boston, June 21.-Boston made but three hits, all singles, off Tosreau today, and was shut out by Now York 4 to 0. The home team hit tho ball hard, but this was offset by tho visitors' sensational Holding. New York.....100 002 010-4 10 0 Boston .. ......000 000 000-0 3 0 Tosreau and Raridon; Uagan, Allan and Gowdy. 5 0 3 2 and wild NORTHWESTERN Vancouver 8; Butte 10. Spokane 11; Tacoma 1. Great Fulls G; Seattle 7. Outpitches Cicotte Chicago. June 21.-Btigby outpitched Cicotto in a pitchers' duel today and Clovoland shut out Chicago 1 to 0. Not a Chicago man reached second base after the initial inning. Cleveland......100 000 000-1 Chicago.......000 000 000-0 Bagby and O'Neill; Cicotte Schalk. A Wild Throw Detroit's Juno 21.-Austin's throw on 11 bunt by Yearn permitted. Cobb wiio had obtained a scratch sin- [ gle to score from first In the ninth in-' ning today with tho run that enabled Detroit to win 5 to 4 from St. Louis, j St. Louis......000 000 031-4 12 31 Dotroit......: .010 000 121-5 11 0 Sotheron, Hamilton, - Davenport, Koob aiid Soverold, Hale; Ehmke, Bo-lund and Sponcer. Beat the Senators Washington, Juno 21- Philadelphia beat Washington today 3 to 0. bunching hits off Dumont in two innings. Bush always had something in reservo when threatened. Philadelphia .. ..000 000 120-3 S 0 Washington .. ..000 000 000-0 S 2 Bush nnd Meyer; Dumont, Ayers and Henry. BRAVE AERONAUT. big crowd of fans who are anxious to look them over. Vulcan, Champion. Carmangay and Barons all have good teams, while Nobleford, also on the same line, is not to be sneezed at. CARMANGAY 4, VULCAN 3. Carmangay took Vulcan into camp in a game played at Carmangay on Wednesday, the score being 4 to 3, evidence that a classy brand or ball is being dealt out to the fans and bugs. The Vulcan team had a Lewis battery from Calgary. This is not the famous Lewis and Lewis battery of Taber, bnt another aggregation that must bo all to tho mustard. INTERNATIONAL Rochester 1; Baltimore 16. Second game-Rochester 1; more 4. Buffalo 6; Richmond 1. Montreal 2; Newark 4, Balti- The Carmangay ball tossers resent tho report which appeared in this column stating that Barous had wal loped them. The score' was just the reverse ot' what was reported. Car mangay being on the long end. into the game right now. Any person that desires to make a start will bo warmly welcomed by the officials and will be given every encouragement. There is one thing more noticeable about golf than any other game that can be mentioned, and that will bring it out. If he falls, he loses his own self-respect. Sooner or later ho will be found out and then there are only two things for him to do, either quit the game or mend his ways and play the game like a man of honor. Every Autoist is Pleased with our Accessories and Supplies when he uses them on his Car. He at once recognizes that efficiency goes with our auto supply service as Avell as promptness and moderate charges. We have the very latest improvements in spark plugs and all other accessories and a car equipped with them is at its best in every way. BAALIM MOTOR CO. BACK OF UNION BANK HARRY HOLMAN, Mgr. Stavoly will cross bats with Car mangay at ihc farmers' picnic, wost of Carmangay on Tuesday next. Tho clash will be the featuro of the day's proceedings. In a message to the Sporting Editor from Bill Flnloy nt Medicine Hat ho slates that there are 15 teams entered in the Stampede tournament. That's I a pretty fair indication ot the hold tho sport has on tho south country this season. Other years it was hard to get enough games to keep the boys in shape. This year it's hard to keep the boys In shape for all tho games. London, .Tune 20.-Tho distinguished Service Ordor has been awarded to Captain William Avery Bishop, Canadian cavalry and flying corps. While in a siugle-Beated airplane ho attacked threo hostile machines, two of which ho brought down although in tho meantime he was himself attacked by tour hostile machines. PACIFIC COAST San Francisco 8; Salt Lake !). Portland 3; Oaklond 1. Vernon 2; Los Angeles 3. ASSOCIATION Columbus 4; Kansas City 0. Toledo 9; Minneapolis 7. Indianapolis 12; St. Paul 2. Loulsvillo 3; Milwaukee 1. NORTHERN Fargo 1; Winnipeg S. 8TR, KROONLAND MET SUBMARINE AND RAMMED IT At An Dtltuitle Fort; Juno 20.-Destruction of a Gorman submarine by: tho American steamship Kroonland was reported by^tho merchantman upon hor ,arrival' loduy In^ tho American harbor, Her officers rofusod to tlls-ciiss the encouutor except to say that by ugllo manoeuvring the Kroonland rammed and sank the U-lioat. The Krooulaiuilost a blade from her propeller. Tho Gnn club held a successful shoot at the traps last night. The wind calmed down about 7.30 and tho evening was an idoal one for Bhooting. , Tho spoclal shoot for boglnnei'B was won by C. A. Cottam, with a score of 22. R. Peters was socond with 18, and Joo BakOB third with 17. Next Thursday evening in addition to tho roguular ovents the annual beginners' ovont will bo' shot for, Tho prizes aj'o: 1st, Dupont Sllvor Fob; 2nd, Souvenir Spoon; 3rd, Box of Shells. Shooters of Hovornl yoars' standing are eligible for this event,' provided thoy have hot shot'ut more than 500 targets provlous to April 1st of this sousou, SPRING COULEE WON Spring Coulee, Juno 21.-Cardston and Spring Coulee played thoir first ball game of tho season at Cardston yesterday (Wednesday) evening which was witnessed by a fair sized crowd and was very good oxcept for a few fielding errors by each team, the scoro resulting 11-G in favor of Spring Coulee. Cardston playB a return gamo at Spring Coulee on the 2fith. LADIES LOST BY POINT Winnipeg, June 21.-In a shooting contest between members of the Win nlpeg Women's Rifle association and the men of the 34th Fort Garry Horse, I the ladies lost out by a single point, i tho aggregates being 384 to 385. Three1 of the ladles and throe of tho soldiers scored the possible 35. What Hubby Said Counsol-You admit you overheard tho quarrel between the defendant and his wlfo? Witness-Yls, sor, I do! Counsel-Tell tho court, if you can, what lie seemed to bo doing. Wilnoss-He seemod to be doing the listening. Statistics show that 308,742 people have come north during tho past few months. In all that throng Sam Lang-ford Bhould find some one willing to light him. 5854 ;