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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE StX THE LETHBniDGE DAILt HElULfJ JUNE tt BRINGING UP FATHER0 By McMamis THATb I DONT HIM FOR LEAVHS1 MASK I DONT CALL THAT HUSBAND LEFT HER A MILLION HE MOST HAVE r 11 BASEBALL BOXING RACING hSPORTM HOCKEY GOLF BOWLING GLAD IM CALLED SAYSBE1YKAUFF Great Giant Slugger Now in the Army Training to Slug The Kaiser New glad theyve call ed said Benny the popular outfielder of the when asked about hie being drafted into the nat ional I hope that I am able to learn my military duties in quick so I can hurry across to help hasten the end of the big of wont end until we beat the Germina to a Ill admit that I didnt take the war serious at I thought our en tering the struggle wae a big and that our intentions were not to send any men over But now that I see that we in the fight to a Im on pins and needles to get a crack at the I only hope that the kaiser will come within throwing distance when I have a gren ade in my hands if he night Kaieer Ive seen a number of our boys whove already come back from the other and the sight of them has made me doubly anxious to avenge their I hope that the task that is as signed me ie that of driving onof those great big tanks such as the English have so successfully You know I understand autos from the ground There is nothing tbout the mechanician of a car that I am SERVICE STATION STORAGE HENRY DENN Proprietor Ml Makes of Batteries Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street Phone 616 AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System RETREADING REPAIRING By Experienced All work Special Equip ment for Rim Cut RITCHIE 13th Ellison Mills not hep and driving one of great traveling forts would suit me to a More Than Pleased When I was first examined by my board back In several i months I didnt dream for a ute that the affair was as serious as it To tell the truth I was rather i pleased to hear that because my left arm was longer thnn my right I would probably be But since that two or three months I have been praying to be called to the There was a time when nothing in tsrested me but the old batting Im hitting close to right but Id rather be hitting that bard against the Germans and help ing my country to make the world safe for Every cent I have in the world Is spent on Liberty Every spare cent I get I buy either bonds or thrift I hope all the other bail players are doing the I guess I will meet a lot of old pals on the other I know that my Mike the old fight er who trained me when I first came to the went over there when the Sixtyninth Hank Gowdy and a lot of other players I know are fighting in France I hope that the big leaguers send over the championship teams this fall so as to provide diversion for the boys that are fighting for Uncle Had j f not been called I intended to volun teer on such a I Kauff Hat One More Probably the fans will get their last chance to eee me on June as I will probably report at Camp Sherman on June Believe Im ready to and I hope the fans will always remember that I worked hard to bring about another winner this The loss of Kauff practically puts an end to the Giants pennant He was playing his best this j doing great work in every depart When he first joined the club he was given to a lot of ed but during the last two years he has learned his lesson and has done nothing but plug away in order to make Kauff was born at in and began his professional baseball career with the Pogdensbury club of the Virginia Valley league in The following year he was pick ed up by the but was sent to the Hartford club of the Eastern league where he played In the out field during He became a mem ber of the Indianapolis Federal lea gue in and the next year was transferred to the Brooklyn team of the flame Kauff joined the Glante in 1916 and has been one of the shining stars of the team ever His fielding and hitting were somewhat of a disap pointment during his first year with but he improved rapidly and in 1917 compiled a batting average of and ranked eighth among the outfielders in his figures be ing TURIN BALL TEAM HERE SATURDAY Locals Picking Team This Week Also Wants Game Here Next Saturday evening the first ball name of the year with an out side team will be played at the ball Turin being the visiting The local team for the fray isnt known but prac tices are being arranged for this and from the Old Timers and others available it is thought a good aggregation can be Scott will do mound duty for the locals and an effort will be made to have Venner witr on hand for Cardtton also wants a game with the Manager Cheese man of the Temple City team was in the city yesterday to arrange They have a team of Bene dicts that will take some beating he He is also anxious to arrange a game here with Vulcan during Stampede WHEN THE LADIES It 1e stated that the steel companys new shipyard at will be the largest in the 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 how to do a good jot on any kind of repairs to auto or tractor CALL AND SEE US Andys Radiator Repair Station BEHIND DALLAS Cleveland women like professional That was shown by the attendance of about 500 Cleveland women at the Moose clubs openair boxing fihow at Lea gue park last week And some of them were disappoint ed at Matchmaker Hlnkel reports one woman saw and when asked if she liked the perfor said I thought it was But I was rather disappointed as there were no We wanted to see some one counted It is likely that attendance of wo men at the next openair show will be as those who attended will surely their friends of what they In a way this will be another instance of women taking the place of men because of the for the war has taken so many fight fans from this city that attendance of wo men must pick up to make the box ing shows financial successes when a large outlay is made to get the high class But the ruling of the boxing commission permits women to attend only outdoor ECCENTRICITY GOLFS Looks but It Thats Why Players Become In trying to explain the fascination which golf has for him a wellknown player recently stated that it was be cause the game looked so easy and was in reality so although noth ing seems easier than hitting a sta tionary ball with a Before the object can be satisfac torily accomplished there are a great many things to be such SH how to how to swing how to obtain the proper cooperation of arms and The problomaof dispatching that in nolent ball in the desired direction be comes suddenly wrestle with it as with a refractory collar and the moat even tem pera are ruffle 1 by its perversities Prodigies of resolution and will power in other spheree cannot remember to keep their heads down and their eyes on the ball when on the Men of weak physique with hardly an effort send the ball flying 250 yards While burly fellows sst DID NOT i June Christie did not appear to meet Harry Grubb here tonight and Frank Car bon who was substituted proved m uusy murk for Grebb in fifteen BASEBALL RESULTS NATIONAL 38 17 New York 38 18 Boston 29 29 Philadelphia 25 29 Pittsburg 25 29 Cincinnati 32 22 31 Brooklyn 21 32 June wildness combined with clever bunt ing and base running by gave the visitors an easy victory here today 7 to Score Pittsburg Cincinnati 60 Miller and Schmidt Schneider and June settled down behind Hendrlx after an unstea dy overtook Louie and won 8 to Louis 5 2 Chicago 14 2 May and Hen drix and June had the beter of Rudolph in aepitchers duel here York Winning 3 to Score New 000 0 Boston 000 4 0 Demaree and Randan Rudolph and June kept Brooklyns hits while Cheney was wild and Philadelphia won today 7 to Scorn Brooklyn 001 7 1 Philadelphia 002 10 2 Cheney and Miller Oeschger and Ada AMERICAN Boston 36 New 33 Cleveland Aa Chicago 27 Washington 31 Louis 2fi Detroit 23 Philadelphia 21 25 25 27 26 31 31 31 35 New June York de feated Boston in the first game of a four game 3 to 2 Score 3 0 New 7 6 Bush and Agnew Mogridge and Detroit June outpitch ed Cicotte and Detroit won the open ing game with Chicago today six to Score 5 2 9 1 Cicotte and Jacobs James and Junft had the better of Gregg in a pitching bat tle here today and Washington de feated Philadelphia two to Score Philadelphia 6 0 Washington 8 0 Gregg and Perkins Harper and CULLY ROBERTSON SPORT Son of Late John Ross Robert son Succumbs to Was Widely Known June Sinclair eldest son of the late John Ross and familiarly known in the journalistic world of Toronto as Cully died at Slmcoe yesterday morning at the age of three weeks after the death of his He had been practically an invalid for the past two or three but maintained hie connection with the Toronto Evening Telegram as a regular contributor to the sporting He was born in in when his father was there for the London He was one of the organizers of the Canadian Wheelmans Associa He also waa a yachtsman and a member of the Royal Canadian Yacht INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Rochester 1 Btnghampton Syracuse 2 Baltimore Jersey game waa play ed gama was played MERKUE BIG DRAWING Comeback the Sensation of Chicago June for many years a popular Idol at the Polo grounds when a member of the Giants IB one of the Cubs brightest His comeback is a reigning sensation and he is a powerful drawing Merkle was born on December He began his professional career with the Newark Ohio club in i but became a member 01 the Tecumseh club in the South Michigan league before the end of that The Giants bought his releaee for in and he play ed under McGraw until the summer of when he was traded to Brook lyn for Catcher The Robins sold him to the Cubs last year for Merkle is a six footer and weighs 190 He is leading the National league in batting and Is play Ing first base as well as ROGER HORNSBY IS NOT FOR SALE CHEAPLY New June the bird who started this rumor to the effect that the Cardinals wero considering an offer for Rogers made by the would kindly let up for a he would certainly do me a Jack manager of the quoth I have almost developed a sore throat from denying that b Hendricks is the greatest shortstop in the and the view is shared by many ether critics of He announced to The United Press that he not only will not sell Hornsby to the but has no Intention of disposing of the famous youngster under any circum Some one recently started the ru mor he that HOTOH by would quit baseball ct the end of this Pure poppy HH has an invalid mother and a sister dependent upon He can make more money playing baseball than at any other Consequently It isnt hard to figure that this youth la going to stick in the national game just as lonij as he Hendricks has a pennant possibility on his hands in the He has three men who are or bettor hit and he has three others who are potentially that strong in the If he were to sell one of these men he would be jamming his own interests and likewise those of the club he rep And that is saying nothing about what Is due the fans of loyal for years in the face of hard AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Columbus 2 Milwaukee Louisville 1 Minneapolis Other games INTERNATIONAL Aberdeen SeattlB Only one gamo TEN FAST New Sliubert of this city was awarded the decision over Jack SUarkey of New York at tho end Ua agt oven ruumid here MONTREAL HORSE Juno owned by Commander ROBS of won the Brooklyn handicap Hoainer was and George 4 6 4 4 DUNDEE GIVEN Jersey June Johnny Dundee of New York was given the popular slou over Mickey Donnelly at in aa olgiit round bout here The men are BALL PRACTICE TONIGHT All ball players in the city are urged to turn out to prac tice at the bailgrounds tonight to get in condition for n game here on Saturday when Turin team will be the oppon MILKRIVER From Our Own Correspondent Milk June Imperial Oil Company hag erected a new oil tank at Milk River so wilt bo no shortage this Most of the registering here was done during the week which left it easy for the registrars at the school on The ladles the Red Cross Society served lunch ail day for the convenience of out of town regis Bathing parties at the river have be come popular these hot a dip in Milk River sounds attractive and good for the ladles lochom has started the basement of his new home when com will be one of the finest resi dences in Milk The Union Church has recovered from his Illness and services will again be Sunday School la discontinued mean time on account of Stover and daughter have returned after an extended visit to the Morris upd of the Stover registered in the States last week and in Canada this Now they claim to be as they are registered on The high examinations under Verge were finished at the Con solidated School here on but owing to the the lower grades will not be NORTH SIDE WINS AGAIN The North Side team con tinned its winningstreak last night when it defeated South Slders 7 to Oh Wednesday evenine the North Slders will clash with the Louis Keel 318 Fifth Street The Home of Fashion Craft Clothes and The Flortheim Shoe MENS NEW NECKTIES The FourinHandt 75c to New and novel are these scarfs from the best American and expressing to knowing per sons the finest there is in mens neck Such neat There and black and as well us many rich color AH cut full with generous u Neckwear of Quality Priced for All to Large Assortment of Wash In plain and fancy 35c to 75c NEW WOMENS RECORD FOR SWIMMING June new worlds record and two American roc ords were mado here yesterday In the first official swimming raco events held in which all participants were Both records were set by Miss Prances of of an Al berta it dead at the age of 72 Unnecessary Trouble Most every man who runs a car has experienced some unpleasant things that make lilm realize the importance of High Class Repairing By having a well equipped shop and expert mechanics are In a position to handle any kind of repairing and guarantee our Drop in and look over our complete stock of accessor STANDARD GARAGE VELIE DISTRIBUTORS FOR STREET You will find it will pay you better to equip your car with NonGlare Lenses than to pay Help make the roads safe for We carry ienses for all types of All the reliable BAALIM MOTOR Do Not Forget to Leave Your Old Tires and Tubes in Our Red Cross HOME OF THE CHEVROLET OF UNION BANK HARHV ;