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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ft PAGE SIX FniDAY, JUNE 21, 1018 "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus ma6HOULO I DO'.! VH-t lb IT THAT jT ^rOOAREALWAV^ WANTING MONl-V? BASEBALL BOXING RACING SPORT GE THE0L0TI18S IN EASY STYLE Money Lenders Trot Out Strong Combination and Win By 13-7 The luoney lenders exacted ; their pound of flesh last evening in the ball ganie between the notorious Old Timers and the Bankers in aid of the Sailors" Relief Fund. By a score of 13 to 7, they walloped their adversaries, and gavej the Forty-Xii}er3, long undisputed champions of the city, something to think about. It was e.\-cruciating from the viewpoint of the Ancients but great stuff for tire boys who handle the filthy lucre. The full nine innings were played, and the further it went the worse it got. Scott was on the mound "for the Bankers and he showed that he was there with the stuff. William's hurled them over for the Old Timers and did very well until the seventh when the Shylocks fell on him for three hits which were turned into four runs, and he derricked himself in favor of Smith who pltchtd himself out of a hole in the eighth but suffered disaster in a ninth inning swatfest in which the Bankers stormed the third line trenches. The Bankers surprised the natives. Scott's ability was of course known, but as predicted tUey trotted out a number of players who know baseball from the afternoon tea stuff they call cricket. O'Connor behind the bat is a nifty player, while Irvine at the keystone sack is not to be sneezed at. Muggsy .McGraw is looking for Charlie Moe this morning. This speed king of the centre garden gathered them in with- alarming regularity and swatted one on the nose in the eighth with great eclat. The Old Timers didn't live up to : their reputation. Though they col-' leoted thirteen hits off Scott they couldn't make thcai good for the run column. Each side pulled off double plays. .Murphy and Drandow figuring for the Old Thncvi:, while Irvine, Johnson and O'Connor pulled one for the Bankers, while Moe and Irvine staged the other. Bond played the game, of hid life in cutting down runners, nipping three stealers and two 1 at the plate.^ i These two teams are due to clash ; again soon for some other war fund. I and the Old Timers are going to trot I out Vennerwitz for the occasion. A i picked team from the two teams will ; meet Turin hero a week from ne.xt I Saturday night: Last night's lineun: Bankers - .McLean, O'Connor, Irvine. Johnson, Brown, Watson, Thomas, Scott and Moe. Old Timers-Kenny, Powell, Vasel-I enak, Brandow, Briggs, Murphy. Smith and Williams. Hudson. Score by innings-� * i Bankers ........001 li'l 404-13 IS ? 'old Timer? .....000 i;W 120- 7 13 ? j A nice crowd was present and a fair I,collection was gathered in fpr the ' Sailors' Relief. Lethbridge, Alta., June 22. Dear Folks,- With the price Of prunee soaring And a T-bone � *  Looking like a /Coppelin �   In distress, *   � It's mighty suspicious * � � Offering to do *   Something for nothing. It you don't believe it * * % Ask Bill Oliver. * * � . Me knows. �   So does Cap. Hkolton �  a Who got two thou. For nothing, � *  * Only that's different. � *  Howsomever * �  Comm. Freeman, * � * Has decided s #  That while prices � *  Are the usual, *   People might object * * * To two jits * * � For one ride. *  � Discretion, sometimos, Is the better part, etc. We thank you. I ^UPPO^E IT'S OeCMJttE. I NEVER 0 27 .550 Chicago ...... .., r, 24 .529 Washington .. ... 20 30 .492 St. Louis..... ,.. 25 29 .4G3 Detroit ...... . , 20 30 .400 Philadelphia ,.. , . 21 34 ,382 Ndblemj 15c. CIGAR Truly, a NOBLEMEN among cigars. Have you smoked one lately? A rich, fragranL satisty-ing smoke, kindly to the nerves and mild and uniform in quality. 6.Dav|s'^hq second ereat'''Bhot'lie .jil^yed ,w4fe' ln pjaying to the 12th hole, which Is of. good length-fl torjot thfi exact (lis-Uance, About.00 yards In front of the' green a stone wall fully B foot high had to bo crossed, from the tee he had a magnlflclent drive, and, to the surprise ot the spectators, ho hit a great brasslo shot, for his second, uhd carried the wall, a feat that no otljor player attemptei, as they all were short and playej over wltl� Iholi^ third. No player bM BVald was ca^iaUe doing aucli  QWi^ k.M!U. for tho man who offers everything choap, ChcapnoBB ot quality In Tires and Tubei often prove expensive no matter how cheap the price. Mileage Is what counts with tho auto owner and by keeping in stock only the best grades we aro.ablo to satisfy the most exacting. It will pay you to patronize trustworthy people and you make no mistake when you come here. STANDARD GARAGE THIRD STREET SOUTH THE HOME OF THE FAMOUS VELIE SIX .' . ) You will find it will pay you better to equip your car with Non-Glare Lenses than to pay fines Help make the roads safe for others. We carry lenses for all types qf cars.