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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY. JUNE 28, 1918 "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus BASEBALL BOXING RACING SPORT HOCKEY GOLF BOWLING Fine Program for July 1 st Sports ,-i.--- -7 Washington ....... :!4 Chicago ........... 2,S St. Louis........ 28 Detroit ........... 2.t FMiiladelphia ...... New York, .'.tne 27.-New York took the lead in thp Aini}i-ieaii League today by defeating Boston 7 to ."i. Score. iioston ...........210 010 010-.-. 7 1 New York ........200 ni- -jox-7 0 1 BukU. Bader and .\gnew; .Mogridge, Caldwell and llannaii. Detroit, June :;7.-Roland pitched air' tight ball today and Detroit won from Chicago 1 to 0. Score; Chicago ..........000 000 (K)0-0 4 1 Detroit ...........nno 100 no.\-1 0 1 Danforth and Schalk; Boland and Yelle. Washington, Jtme 27.-In taltlng both games of a double head(jr today S to 0 and 3 to 2, Washington made it five straight over Philadelphia. Scores: Philadelphia ......000 000 000-0 S 1 Washington ......200 000 24x-S 7 2 Adams, Holmes and .Mc.Vvoy; Johnson and Ainsmith. Second game- Philadelphia ...010 001 000 0-2 5 1 Washington . ..001 001 000 1-;i 10 2 Perry and Perkine; Shaw. .A.yers and Pinich. (No others scheduled.) New and smaller score cards are novt^ being printed and will be used for Monday's Wright Shield compe-iitlon. Players will be glad to know tlic ,- >>� BANKERS WIN. ? > : : : : : : ? : : ? : : > AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System RE-TREADING & REPAIRING By Experienced Workmen. All work guaranteed. Special Equipment for Rim Cut Repairs. R. D. RITCHIE 208 13th St. 8, ppp. Ellison Mills IF YOU NEED CLOTHES BUY THEM NOW. Conservation begins at home. Buy �what you need whilo you can get it. But don't buy more than you need as indications point to a shortage. The desirability and value of clothes still to bo obtained here will be appreciated a.s soon as you are face to face with existing woolen conditions. Today's replacement cost to us would be as high as, or even higher, than, the retail prices now prevailing in our store. All wool Suits, .'?20 to $45. mmmmmm. SERVICE STATION HENRY J. DENN Proprietor All Makes of Batteries Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street 8. Phone 616 STANDARD GARAGE THIRO.STREET SOUTH THE BEST REPAIR MOUSE IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA Milwaukce-f'olumbus, rain. postponed, INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Binghampton C, 8, 1; Toronto 0, fi, 7. Second game-Binghampton .I, 12, 2; Toronto 4, 14, 3. (11 Inningal. Buffalo 7, 11, 4; Baltimore 5, 10, r,. Rochester 10, J4, 1; Jersey City 12, 13, G. Second game -Rochester 4, 11, r>; Jersey City 12, 11, 6. Newark 3, 4, 4; Syracuse 12, 18, 3. PACIFIC COAST Vernon 0, 9, 0; Oakland 1, 3, 0. Salt Lake I, 4, 0; Los Angeles 7, 11, 1. 1 >'' San Francisco 1. G, ,0; f!*';i'amento 8, 13, 0, Benny Leonard, tlie lightweight champion, is back in New York after a successful tour of the far west In the Interest of the Red Cross and war funds. Benny was  greatly pleased with hiB trij) and had warm words of praise for Jim Cottroth. who engineered the tour. Regarding the trip Benny hud the following to say: "Wo were treated royally by everyone. Why it was a Presbyterian minister who got into the ring at San Francisco and made the speech of welcome and pre.-:ented me with a gold card case from Mayor Rolph. "Think of that! it took a big .war to prove to some people that, after all, boxing was not I he brutal sport It was believed to he by many who never took the troui)le to find out for them-selves. That little affair out on tho coast will do a great deal for tho game. The ban is almost sure to be lifted on the sport out there when the next legislature meets, and 10-round bouts uro likely to be permitted. All on account of the work the boxers did in the cause of the soldiers. "All over the country I 'fpund tho sentiment againfit boxing changing. If the Kam(^ has any enemies nowadays tiicy arc in lilding. Tho training tliat boxing provides soldiers has boon so manifest as to make true friends of former onemii^s. When the folks out w(!iJt heard thai more than $50,000 was realized at a boxing show in Now York for tlio lied Cross there was none who dldiit say tho nicest things about the game and those identified with It, That Red Cross benefit will have a farronching effect, eypu to llio extent of brlngliifi legalized' box! ig Into states which at present have tne lid down tight on U," W, NOYES ALEXANDER'S RIVAL. Both Major Leaguers Now at Camp Funston. "Alexander the Groat," famous National twlrler. Is not the only well-known box artist Camp Funston can boast of, Wynn Noyes termer Spokane pitcher, and who was with Connie Mack's outfit in the American league FOR AUTO AND TRACTOR CURES GUARANTEED ANDY'S RADIATOR REPAIR STATION REAR DALLAS KOTKL UPSTAIR* !- I 11 Mff'� .� GASOLENE,OIL and TIRES^ -^and thegreateat^of^ these UslTires Gasolene mak'es your car go^ Oil helps the machinery, 'ni^ _____ But pneumatic tires make the aatoimo* bile not only com/ortab/e-but po$$ible. To prove it, drive a block at 20 miles per hour on your rims. t Black Tresd-Rsd Walla are not only tires, but the very best in] tires that the larg(est^rabtwr factoiy on i earth can .Knakc.f .'.-m^-^- * Baalim Motor Co. Back of Union Bank ''Cut'your lira tpkMp with a Oiamona^'* 44991? 567? 13 ;