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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 4 � . PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY JHERALD - WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26. lOl's "BRINGING UP FATHER" * - - . By G. McManus CCn TO b^^E^K� OltTPT MOORE lb .�:ivirM- A CHOWDER ITTUE. - THERE'5 MR^ THE FRONT DOOR - I VONOER WHAT HE VANtti rsOV/C> NE CHANCE TO WAKE A__ c^y- A - WAV : . > T TO QORftER YER FLAT-IROM- ^ TELL HEI?-I'M ^'i^5'^NT HAVE \T - CM , EXPECTINCi MY HU50AN0 TO TRT TO StNEAK OOT TOM'CHT- t>0 r.-yiT.-1^:11.:....... BASEBALL BOXING RACING SPORT HOCKEY GOLF BOWLING Soccer Game Monday for Red Cross -4.- -i.- -.>- Benedicts Accept Bachelors' Defi You can't keep a good thing down. That's why the soccer players are out to revive the game. The baseball artists started the custom of playing games lor patriotic purposes, and so the soccer fiends who haven't played a game if� two or three years, decided to det going. The other day the bachelor pigskin chasers issued a challenge. To-day it was taken up. A. L. Johnstone, of North Lethbridge, telephoning in a line-up that is likely to make the bachelors feel dizzy in the head. The benedicts have gathered together the following do-or-die aggregation: Mclntyre; Seaman and Easton; Holberton; Whyte and Clark; Knight, Lee, Tennant, Holland and Mcllvena. Mr. Johnstone suggests that the game be played next Monday morning for the Red Cross. It is up to the jolly bachelors now to kick through. HAD GFEE GOT BIG NAl . Edward Smith, known to sporting page fame as J'Gunboat," lias been an inhabitant of this oblate pill called tlic earth for 30 years. Gunboat" is usually called a Cali-fornlan, but he isn't a native son. as he was born in Philadelphia. Another misconception regarding Smith is that he acquired his fighting name by reason of naval service, whereas that name was wished on him because ha wears No. 11 gunboats on his feet. The inventor of the "occipital punch" is Irish-American, flies the Stars and Stripes, except on St. Patrick's day. has a length over all of six feet and displacement oE 1S5 pounds stripped for action. Time was when Smith was looked upon as a "white hope", but that time lospita FOR AUTO AND TRACTOR has long since passed, ae has hope, which has been realized. Gunboat has taken particular delight in fighting the subjects ot John Bull. He put the kibosh sign on Bombardier Wells in two rounds, und forced Fred McKay, once the pride of Winnipeg, to hoist the flag of surrender after an equally brief engagement. Then the Union of South Africa came to the rescue of the. British Empire's reputation and Rodel. the Boer warrior, assimilated all of Gunboat's punches, including the occipital and at the end of 10 rounds was eager for more. ' Smith began fighting professionally in lyos. and won most of his early battles by the knockout route. His first defeat was administered to him by Jim Barry in 1910. Smith's occipital blow usually was delivered with the right, which flashed over his opponent's shoulder and connected with the occipital bone at the base of the skull. It was thi.s punch that got Bombardier Weils' number, but It was a right to the jaw, a plain punch without any frills, that stretched McKay out for the count. OXFORD RUNNER'S SECOND BAR. CURES GUARANTEED ANDY'S RADIATOR REPAIR STATION REAR DALLAS HOTEL UPSTAIRS London.-Lieutenant Colonel A. X. S. Jackson, the famous Oxford university runner, who visited the United States in 1914, has been awarded a second bar to his Distinguished Service Order for brilliant services on the battlefield. The official record o� his gallantry follows: "His battalion was subjected all day to an intense bombardment, which caused many casualties and cut off all communication by wire with the front line companies. He handled the situation with such skill and initiative that when the enemy attacked the casualties had been evacuated and replaced by reenforcementa and communication established. "Owing to powers of his command and the spirit he inspired to his men. j the attack was repulsed on the greater ' part ot the front, while where the enemy penetrated into the f.-ont line they were counter attacked and held I at bay till reenforcements arrived. I The enemy was driven back with heavy losses and the position completely reestablished." Jackson won the mile at the university sports in three consecutive years but his greatest triumph was his victory In the 1500-meter race at the 1 Olympic games at Stockholm In 19U'. Unnecessary Trouble Most every man who runs a car has experienced some unpleasant things that make him fealize the Importance of High Class Repairing By having a well equipped shop and expert mochanica we are in a position to liandlo any kind of repairing and guarantee our work. Drop in and look over our complete stock of aocessor-ioa. STANDARD GARAGE VELIE DISTRIBUTORS FOR ALBERTA-THIRD STREET S. BASE6A RESULTS eOASI MOGULS NATIONAL Won. Lost. p.r. riiicaKO ...... ... HO 17 .09e Xcw York .... r,7 IS .i;73 Bo.?ton ...... ... L'9 ;io .492 Philadelphia .. ... 26 29 .473 Pittsburg ...... .. 25 29 .4G3 Cincinnati .... .. '.'3 32 .41S St. Louis..... 22 ;!2 .407 Brooklyn..... 21 23 .389 IREADIHIN ICE Rumor Still Persists California Clubs Will Shut Up Shop v After July 4 Chicago, June 2.'j.-Chicago swamped St. Louis today winning a one-sided game, 14 to 0. Score: St. Louis ......000 000 000- 0 3 3 Chicago ........100 70.=i nix-14 13 0 Slierdell and Gonzales; Tyler, Carter and KiUifer. Botjton. June 2,^.-Perritt held Boston to four liits today. New Tork winning four to one. Score: New York .......OOn 002 002-4 9 0 Boston ...........000 000 001-1 4 0 Perritt and Raraden; Xehf and Wilson. Philadelphia, June 2a.-After being held safely by Coombs for eight innings today, Philadelphia rallied in the nintii and won 3 to 2. Score: Brooklyn .........000 100 010-2 S n Philadelphia ......000 000 102-3 .'. 2 Coombs and M. Wheat; Prendergasl and Burns." Cincinnati - Pittsburg, postponed, rain. AMERICAN Won. Lost. P.C. Boston ......... 3" 25 .597 Cleveland...... 3(i 2S ..",03 New York....... 33 2t; .559 Chicago ......... 27 27 .500 Washington ..... 31 31 .500 St. Louis........ 27 32 .458 Detroit .......... 24 31 .436 Philadelphia .... 21 35 .375 New Y'ork, June 25.-Boston retained first place in the American league here today, defeating New York by a score of 7 to 3. Score: Boston ..........^200 400 010-7 10 1 New York ......000 101 001-3 7 1 Johns and Agnew; Russell, Finnor-an and Hannah, Walters. Detroit, ,!unc 25.-Detroit scored three runs in an eighth inning rally today and again won from Chicago 4 to 2. Score: Chicago .........010 001 000-2 7 2 Detroit ..........100 000 03x-4 11 0 Russell, Danforth and Schalk; Cunningham and Spencer, Y'ello. St. Louis June 25.-St. Louis won the first game of to'day's double header 3 to 2. Cleveland took the second game by the same score. Scores: First game-Cleveland........000 002 000-2 8 0 St. Louis ........000 000 003-3 8 2 .Morton, Coveloakie an