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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Stt THE LtTHBHtnOB HBIULD 2V101S BRINGING UP FATHER I A By Me Manns i DONT VOU BACKWARD I THtNK YOKE THINK MOYH1N THE MATTER J WITH HER I j WONDER WHAT MR SO CACKWARO WITH MY ITS BOTH BASEBALL BOXING RACING 4 GOLF BOWLING LEONARD ONLY PITCHER TO UPHITLESS So Far This Hit less Games During 19l7 Season New June When Dutch Leonard pitched nohit game against j Detroit a few days he plished something that was thrice i turned in to the records by the same i time a year On different j when weather conditions were far less big league pitcliers a year ago vaulted into the 1 hall of fame with hitless Two of the efforts also were attended ly a lack of runs on the part of the hitless H was Eddie star of the championship White who stepped in against the Louis Browns in the first series of the year in Louis last spring and turned back the Fielder Jones aggregation with the minimum quantity of And a few days later along came Ernie Koob and accomplished the same with the exception that Ernie got into an argument with the official scorer and lost credit for the Then George pitched his only real good game of the season when he went against the Boston Red Sox and set down that team without a Whether this means that the pitch ing was better a year ago or that the hitting now Is better is a matter for speculation rihd deep There is no doubt that the pitching i was some for Cicotle has not j beeu so good as he was a year ago and the Yankees have been unable to help Mogridge to many the hitting is no for j practically the same layout of hitters j has been doing the same punching and the averages are no more than In some of the averages suffered woeful these are the hit less performances last and one this as has been the fans like free hitting they have been well served during 10 CADDOCK ON Des June Earl of worlds heavyweight champion wrest was declared the winner over Straagler of by a large margin on points after wrestling for two hours and a half here last by the Neither man obtained a Caddock is a sergeant in he Nat ional army and is stationed at Camp BROWN SELLS June of the Vancouver baseball club today announced the sale of Outfielder Frank Willson to the Chi cago White The price was not Willson will report at the conclusion of the Snyder and his nephew were murdered at the formers home at Grand Prairie and afterwards the house set on fire and the bodies cre There is no clue to peri pelrators of the deed but the provinj cial police are scouring the nearby J New June bush leaguers have made good as managers of big league baseball clubs within the last few and another is quite likely to win his spurs before the present season has become his Clarence Rowland was accepted a long time ago as a man of consider able and proved it to every bodys satisfaction when he met and defeated John the last worlds And now we come down to Hugo and not so very far down at for Bezdek the joke of Pitts burgs fans a year has placed in the National league race a baseball team that has caused no end of trouble for the leaders and has had aspirations to become the leagues When it by Barney Dreyfus that Hugo Bezdek has been signed to succeed Jimmy Callahan as manager of the the baseball world pinched a couple of times and tried to turn Bezdeks ap pointment was even more astonishing than was the announcement by Comiskey that he had signed Clar ence for Bezdek never hffd been a professional baseball nor had he ever played professional He was simply a handler of with more than ordinary knowledge of conditioning his Jack Hendricks is sitting tight and working He knows he has ter team than the averages and with fair luck he will have his men in the race before very BASEBALL RESULTS AMERICAN Boston 36 24 Cleveland 27 New 25 Chicago 27 25 Washington si Louis 2ti ol Detroit 23 31 21 34 a ea Nobfemen 15 A masterpiece of the cigarmakers Have you smoked a Noblemen lately cigar that is rich and thoroughly without being Made from a uniform blend of tobacco Stored and matured by natural processes or many Washington 11 1 Xew 1 Altvock and Ainsmith Caldwell and First Louis 5 1 4 2 10 Shocker and Nuriamaker Batand and Second 7 1 Detroit 8 0 and Severidge Kallio and S 1 8 1 Coveleskie and ONeill Shellen Danforth and wet Sunday June bunched hits off Perry tin two innings today and defeated Philadelphia 5 to Score Philadelphia Washington Perry and and June Louis even ed the series with Detroit by winning a double header today 4 to aud 4 to Scores First S 2 5 2 Sothoron and Nunamaker Coveleskie and j Second game 7 1 I 7 2 Shocker and Sevovoid Coveleskie and 2 11 3 Perhlna Shaw TO THE WAY OF STARS Converted Pitchers Make Good in Joe an Example June de feated Chicago today 3 to Score Cleveland 8 1 li 1 BaRby and ONeill Bcnz and DOES YOUR RADIATOR LEAK All radiator troubles repaired and made as good as new without removing the WE ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEE ALL OUR WORK and want to show you that we know hrw to do a good job on any kind of repairs to auto or tractor CALL AND SEE US Andys Radiator Repair Station BEHIND DAHAS SERVICE STATION HENRYTDENN Proprietor All Makes of Batteries Charged 9 and Repaired H 311 7th Street Phone 616 NATIONAL Chicago 35 Xew York 35 Boston Philadelphia Pittsburg 2SJ Cincinnati Uli Louis 22 Elrooklyn 17 1X 28 23 IU 1 Joe Woods conversion into an out fielder and Ifis splendid work both in the field and at brings to mind the fact that many of the games lead ing outfielders arid hitters started in professional ball as As a rule every boy wants to be a and many of them attempt to make good in the professional end of the game as Most of them go back to the but there have been a few who were sent in other positions either by accident or through the far sightidness of their McGraw has had most of these pitcheroutfielders or Roger Bresnnhan came to him from Washington as a was moved to the outfield for his hittingv His best work was done as but he was fair in the outfield and also at second base His infield ex perience was gained with McGraws American league Baltimore Mike Donlin aud Cy Seymour were known as a pair of the best pitcher thumpers the Giants ever But both pitched in the big Cys wildness detracted from his value as a hurler and Donlin never had much at the but how they could hit the Benny Kauff was first heard of as a pitcher in West Ar thur Irwin picked Benny up for the Yankees in He saw Benny play in a pitching the first game and catching the Giants Dave who played beside j Kauff In the last world was also a pitcher and as one was pur chased by the Dave was a left handed fliuger from North Carolina and and Wake Forest He was rated as the best pitcher in the VirginiaCarolina district and bet ter than Eppa Robertson did some good in the Tidewater but an injury to his shoulder ruined his usefulness as a Sent to Mike Finn at he was own game today with a single In the which sent two runs across the Score 9 3 S 1 and Gonzales Douglas and No other games PACIFIC COAST Saturday Salt Lake 1 Sun Francisco Sacramento 1 Vnrnon Oakland 0 Los Angeles a first baseman and then an out Beals also a former started his career ag fllnger with Little Rock In the Southern Associa Harry like was a college making a re pupation with Marys college In Hoopers great arm of to day indicates what speed he must have had whenhe was a Baker and Jack for whom Joe Wood has been put in the best part of his minor league as a He failed in Cleveland and but was ranked as a fair pitcher with Portland on the He was converted to an outfielder in Tommy Griffith of the put in four seasons as hurler without at tracting When he went to the outfield he was drafted the first Frank who third bases for Miller Hugging in New used to twirl for Charley Herzogs team at Every one knows that George Sisler was nearly as good a pitcher as he is a first sacker and beat Walter Johnson his first year with the Roddy Wallace j started as So did Tommy Joe Harry Bert Niehoff and many Bobby who generally leads the American league in hammering runs over the quit the pitchers box for the outfield shortly before the Tigers bought him from SOLDIEREDITOR June Giolma was chosen tonight as the returned soldiers candidate for the provincial byelection here on June The can didate went overseas as a private and fought In France with the 28th bat being was formerly a journalist in and after coming to Canada was for a time attached to the staff of the Brandon At present he is the the Blue the organ of the Esqulmault Conj valescent j To hang on to a narrow ledge of I rock J50 feet above the river at Nia gara Falls for IS without or sleep was the remarkable experience of a small spaniel owned by who lives on the river road along the Niagara When discovered he was res Louis Keel 318 Fifth Street The Home of Fashion Craft Clothei and The Shoe Why Fashion Craft Is Secur ity These Doubtful la like sea thing brings up Chief anionf the half but wholly vita trutfis being brought home to Canad ians today is the wisdom of buying bj Fashion Craft Summer Suit at to are fuller intrinsic value than no account nondescript becausi the first is thinking of the protectioi of a lifes rather than thi pocketing of a sales Fashion Craft Summer at to INTERNATIONAL Abordcim ti Vancouver Seattle 4 Portland AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System BETREADING A REPAIRING Experienced All work Special Equip ment for Rim Cut RITCHIE 208 13th Ellison Saturday Xew York 4 1 10 I Anderson and Mo Raridwi Grimes and 8 0 Philadelphia 9 2 Fillingim and Wilson Davis and 9 01 PittBburg 8 2J Vaughn and Killlfer Cooper anil First game Cincinnati 6 2 S 2 Schneider and Allen Ames and Second game 15 12 1 teller and Allen Sherdcll and Sunday Games Juno ear ily won both games of u double head er here four to and fifteen to Scores First 7 0 l Mayer and Schmidt Regan and Second game 19 1 Cincinnati 1 5 5 Harmon and Archer Smith Jaut won hin AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Saturday ColumbiiB Paul Indianapolis Kansas City Louisville Milwaukee Toledo Minneapolis Sunday Columbus Paul Second Columbia Paul Louisville Milwaukee Second game Louisville Milwau kee Toledo Minneapolis Second Toledo Minneapo lis Indianapolis KansasCity Second game liuliannnolia Kan sas City Look Out for the man who offers every thing Cheapness ot quality in Tires and Tubes often jyujvo expensive no matter how cheap the Mileage Is what counts with the auto owner and by keep ing in stock only the grades we are able to satisfy the most It will pay you to patronize trustworthy people and you make no mis take when you come STANDARD GARAGE THIRD STREET SOUTH THE HOME OF THE FAMOUS VELIE SIX INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Saturday Buffalo Jersey CUy Second Jersey City Newark Second Newark Rochester Binghamptoii Syracuse Baltimore Second Balti more Sunday Toronto Newark Second Newark Syracuse Baltimore 11 Inn Buffalo Jersey City You wiU find it will pay you better to equip your car with NonGlare Lenses than to pay Help make the roads safe for We carry lenses for all of All the reliable BAALIM MOTOR Do Not Forget to Leave Your Old Tires and Tubes in Our Red Cross HOMB OF THE CHEVROLET BACK UNION BANK HARRY ;