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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBMD6E DAILY HERALD MAK 1018 IMQ UP FATHER By MdMmiii i I H 4 I BASEBALL BOXINti RACING HSPORTM HOCKEY GOLF BOWLING Gridiron Game Has Taken a Firm Hold on the Younger Generation has made such strides since the beginning of the war that It bids fair to become as popular in France as it is in Eng As it stands now it may al ready be looked upon as the national sport of The game grew in favor vith the French people before the outbreak of In delivery to be made with in the six Some of them have already reached A new experiment in footballs has been Owing to the scarcity of the covers are made of heavy canvas which has been given chemical The new foot balls give the ball often being in better condition at the con clusion of the gaine than the leather covered ball would have been if subjected to the same TO HONOR MARTIN Memorial Meet Will be Staged An nually in New New Sheridans name is to live on in the world of for it in planned to hold an outdoor athletic meeteach to be known as the Sheridan memorial This suggestion was brought With the advent of the before Fred president of English troops in football has j the New York Intersections Athletic ipade more progress the last i and it was proposed that a three years than during all the years set of games to be played by the league BASEBALL RESULTS that elapsed since it was introduced In SoldiersLike The are especially fond of the fame and each division boasts of one 6r more star The 20tfc corps gave a very creditable of itself some days when It metrthe champions of the As sociated the game ending with a score of 2 to But it is among the younger gen eration that football has taken a firmer There are more than 500 at Celtic park on May 30 be desig nated the first of the memorial com Plans for this meet hare been fos tered hy the IrishAmerican Athletic which is virtually out of ath letics because of the The date set will be the twentieth anniversary of the opening of Celtic and it was to be in commemoration of this that the IrishAmerican club wished to have a meet How in view of the large part played by Sheridan in the development of elevens in Paris and every the it is believed that Sunday about 250 games are its and other offi It is estimated that more than i cers will look favorably upon the peoplesee the games each proposal to make the meet a memor 12Club Before the war the Ligue de Foot ial to The club Is to hold a meeting to ball v composed of 12 start a movement for the erection of played weelcly which i a monument over Sheridans grave in were attended by numerous enthusi Calvary It is proposed to asts of the but with the mobllset up a granite cross 15 feet high itatipn most of the athletes joined the j modeled upon the Monaster a army and during the first few months of the war they had more serious in with the armies settled down to trench war fare owing to the close contact with the British which lost no op portunity of enjoying their favorite football received an impetus hitherto unknown in Balls The British government has order ed footballs for its troops famous piece of Irish GIBBONS WON Des May Gibbons easily outpointed George the mid in a 12round contest here critics Gibbons had a definite lead in virtually every The mixing up was slow and rather uninteresting SMART CLOTHING FOR YOUNG MEN Ever stop to admire a businesslike man on the street Like the looko of his suit or overcoat or the way It hangs the smart appearance it gives different from the other eh Thats the kind of clothing we can furnish union tailored clothing at ainall cash store B KESTER THE HOME OF 20TH CENTURY CLOTHING Our Cleaning and Pressing It Done by a Real You Cant Get Any More Out of a Thing Than You Put Into That holda good with THE MITCHELL is the 100 why it more than kome But you will remem ber theyears of service you got out of it long after 9U Have forgotten what you first paid for the Bijou Motor Parlors Limited TNf OF FIFTH iOUTH AMERICAN Boston 12 5 Cleveland 9 G New S S 500 Chicago 6 7 Detroit 5 R Louis 5 7 6 8 5 10 Saturday Boston 001 8 3 New York 000 8 O Ruth and Agnew Russell and Han Washington 000 000 3 1 Philadelphia 000 000 9 1 Johnson and Ainsmith Perry and Perkins Chicago 010 000 9 2 Detroit 001 000 6 1 Cicotte and Lynn Boland and Cleveland 003 S 2 Louis 101 12 3 Norton and Xeill Gallea and Sunday Gamer Hay poor return by Leibold of Hellmans long sacrifice fly with the bases full In the eighth en abled Detroit to win from Chicago 3 to 2 here this Score Chicago 200 9 3 Detroit 000 6 2 Danforth and Schalk Jones and bested Coveleskie in a pitching duel today and Louis shut out Cleveland three to Five double plays were The score 000 6 3 Louis 000 10 2 Enijmann and ONeill Sothoron and NATIONAL New 14 i 11 3 Pittsburg 7 G 8 7 Cincinnati 8 10 Brooklyn 5 10 Louis 4 12 Boston 3 12 Saturday Games Philadelphia 3 1 8 0 Prendergast and Burns Grimes and Louis 9 1 10 4 10 Sherdell and Snyder Coop er and Cincinnati 4 2 G 1 Eller and Allen Tyler Bni Killlfur New York 12 0 2 3 Sallee and McCarty Hearne and Sunday Games May Vaughan was in form today and held Louis to three while Chicago bunched off Meadows and shut out the visitors 3 to making it nine straight for the The score 3 1 Chicago 7 1 May and Snyder Vaughn and May and Pittsburg broke even In the first major league double header of the season here making his first appearance of the pitched fine hall in the first lost the first game 3 to and won the second 4 to The scores First Pittsburg 7 2 10 1 Sanders and Archer Toney and Win Second 8 1 Cincinnati 11 I tjteele and Black well Schneider and AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Saturday Paul a City PITCHING STAFF There is something peculiarly im pressive about Hugh Ambrose Jen He seems to radiate baseball ability to do things and grim He is known as a fighter and a and the spirit he in jects into his players is nothing less than Hugh Jennings pn the coaching line is a sort of dynamo of inspiration to the members his When Hughie is out there plugging for a a stolen or a every member of his team is plugging just as hard And it means It means that a break or two in of the Tigers is a big ger advantage to them than to any of the other the two big As a student of baseball and a great judge Jennings ranks with the best ability to teach infielders and catchers the fine points of the game Is well just as well as his un canny talent of making well organized fighting machines out of his ball Jennings one shortcoming seems to be his to share the usual luck of managers in finding and developing It is a short coming that no onecan but it is In every other way Jennings is a but the pitchers have always been his He has acquired his knowledge of baseball in years of Back in 1895 1896 he was the leading shortstop of the National He was a mainstay of the oTd Baltimore and a clubmate of Carey and Jack He ranked al so as one of the leagues greatest Jennings was born in In 1871 and started out as a semipro player in He broke Into the Na tional league with Louisville and the following was traded to Later he played in Brook lyn and finally going back to Baltimore as manager of the which was then in the Eastern Jennings took a sheepskin away from Cornell mixing study with his baseball to do He became so widely known that Detroit tried to purchase him from Baltimore and fail ing drafted him In the fall of that time he has been In the harness for the Tigers and he has always given Detroit a good He is known as one of the most honor able and fearless managers in the Though he has never won a worlds title he lias three American league pennants to his Minneapolis Milwaukee Louisville Indianapolis Toledo Sunday Paul Kansas City Uiiiisvllle Columbus Indianapolis Toledo Minneapolis Milwaukee PACIFIC COAST Saturday Gamee Vernon 1 Salt Lake Sacramento 5 San Francisco Oakland L Los Angeles Sunday Garnet Morning 3 Angeles Afternoon 0 Los Angeles Vernon 3 Salt Lake Morning gameSacramento 3 San Francisco I Afternoon game Sacramento 4 Sau Francisco INTERNATIONAL Saturday Gamti Vancouver 0 Portland Spokane 0 Tucoma Aberdeen 7 Seattle Sunday Garnet Seattle 1 Aberdeen Vancouver I Portland 4 Taoaws 5 OF SEASONS GOLF Former Canadian Players Per formances Art Feature of Pinenurst Tourneys The feature of the Plnehurst golfing season was the re markable golf played by of better known as Dorothy Campbell formerly of Hurd has won more golfing honors than any other woman She has held on sev eral occasions the United States championship the Canadian title and the championships of Eng land and But it is doubtful as Dorothy or at any time after her she has ever played such consistently fine golf as she displayed at Pinehurst throughout this past Hurd won every one of the many in which she took and won all but one of the numerous twosome important contests in which she the only match lost dur ing the whole season being one of the two contests played with Clarence Vanderbeck of whom Miss Stirling succeeded as national Among 5 Hurds most note worthy achievements was the lower ing of all records made in recent years by woman players on the championship Hurd cov the course In which in cluded a 36 for the first nine It was almost a foregone conclusion that Hurd would bring her succession of tournament victories to an end by winning the longcoVeted North and South This she achieved without any great difficulty against a strong which includ Miss Elaine Rosenthal of Chi who won the title last year Ronald Barlow of Philadel whom Miss succeed ed as North and South and several other equally wellknown wo men May MIske and Jack Dempsey fought a tame 10 round bout here Neither fighter gained a commanding lead and a poor draw was the general ver dict of newspaper Miake outboxed Dempsey most of the fight with the exception of the seventh when sink ing a hard left to Miakes stomach and putting a right to the even ed up the Up to that time Miske bad claimed three rounds and Dempgey with one a Mlske was plainly worried In the seventh but he held his own the rest of the The fight was without a spectacular Miske continual ly resorting to He man aged to get Inside of most of Demp neya Miske landed only one hard blow In the a right cross in the third Dempsey scored In the third and seventh rounds and his supporters seemingly were inclined to give him a shade for this On the other those who gave Miske a shade based their verdicts on the fact that he made Dempsey miss ninny MAY LOSE HIS MEAL Harry May Work Himself Out of a Sam Langford has been knocked out time by another In six Not long ago it was Fred Fulton who stopped Bam In seven matters no longer who stops Lang for he la an ebony pile of pugilistic Had he been while Langford would have held the Wills seems to be the Nemesis of negro Last February he knocked out an other Sum in five Wills Ix making u big mis Now that lib has stopped both of hie and white will not mingle with he has only Kid Norfolk and Joe Jeanette be tween anfl empty dinner LOCAL PREACHER FRONT PAOI looked oil Hieaex question as inevit have kept the truth from those who should know the children years when the bat tle for purity is lost or the he go into ser vice and their masters betray Girls love dress and go out and fall for the first selfish devil that comes Girls go to a they are taken home aifd the first thing they know they are to become We have not been to I have asked many of these girls if their mo thers had told them the facts of the sexual relation and they said Be Snow declared that this silence on the part of parents is use Adultery is adultery and pur ity is purity and the place to tell the truth is in the and he went on to say that there was no reason for the false prudery surrounding the sub The sex relation is the most beautiful thing In not something to be ashamed to be regarded as half indecent at the It is the right of every young person to be prepared for the struggle of Ninetyfive per of the poor girls who have fallen have never been told the It is not difficult to teach the boys and Tell them the truth in a reverent way and you will arouse spark of chivalry in their Womans Speaking to the Snow declared there are lots things the women must do in this fight for They must demand from their prospective husbands a record as clean as the man expects from woman he experts to It would go a long way towards tlie establishment of purity in sex matters if the women would do It Js a problem more vital to the wo men than the And the he must see to it that we no longer allow houses of If the men wilj not right it the women We must raise the age of consent which la now The law considers a girl of 10 as full She is not full She Is a mere innocent And we must have a home for the fallen to go to Instead of buffet ing them driving them from Lethbridge to and out of Cal gary to treating them worse than thji beasts of the And after time I have known of cases married men wrecked a young girls Not wanting to punish the wife and family of the a lawyer wrung from him or so and sil ence has been But this must We must have the English law which makes him responsible for the childs keep until it able to earn its own and that weekly charge must become a first charge on the mans The speaker also declared that the reporting of cases of venereal diseas es must be made s He was felad a start in this direction was being made In The speaker concluded with a strong appeal for purltyi for a crushing out of the wave of evil which it sweeping over the a revolutionizing of the state of things which at present exltta in the city and throughout START Sault May British Collieries built for the Imper ial government at Port desig nated 5 locked down the Canadian Cane at bound for CONTINUED FROM FBONT After the strongest artillery pro French divisions attacked our positions on Kemmel Hill near Ballleul The were repulsed with heavy losses an4 left ovor three hundred prisoners It our An intended attack by ai English division west of Bailleut fail ed to develop because of our South of north of tin strong British thrusts failed The battle front on both sides of thi Somme saw a revival of artillery no tivity in the It especially near VllloraBrcttonneiu and on the bank of the No Resumption of With the British Army in France May seems to be goinj u gainst the Germans along the cm clal northern battle Sunda still found the Prussian commanden working desperately to whip their or ganizations in shape for a renewa of the delayed offensive while the al lied aided by the con tinned counter operations which an most disconcerting to an enemy play ing against Plant It was quite apparent that the Ger mans intended another assault it Flanders yesterday but tin arrangements were upset by a mini ber of There were the alliet operations and the heavy rain whict converted the ground into mud ove which it was impossible to move eithei infantry or There was als confusion arising from wholesale re liiefs and arrival of strange troops ii the German Incessant The allied artillery have been main taluing an incessant bombardment o enemy territory and Friday night fore the projected the PrencJ and British gunners played havoi with the German Improve The allied troops also nave beei carrying out In succession local opor atlons which Improved their lines nnc upset the enemy schemes to a market Yesterday the allies occuplei a large number of important position at various points along a front of foui thousand yards west of Tin British also made an advance of yards along the front of one thousanc yards northwest of therebj gaining a number of positions whicl had been many Thii morning the Germane tried to regaii some of these positions but were re An enemy attack yesterdaj morning in the Locon area under cov er of a heavy barrage also wai Advance On the southern battlefield the Bri tlsh last night SaillyLeSoea ad vanced their line in a minor ope rat lot without The German pr soners taken in these onti made a considerable German Interesting comments by Germac civilians have been furnished from an enemy mail hag captured the Bri lisli before it was delivered to the sol diem along a section of the Flanders Almost exception re iferences are made in the letters to thi stoppage of leave and the parcel posl from the The tone is resigned rather than One letter from dated AprL said Peace does not seem to b coming along as we fondly All this fighting in the west U too wicked for Four of it now and no sign of the Wa nope ever day it will come to a decision and that the British will be driven into the North but they stand Chevrolet Motor Cars THE PRODUCT Of EXPERIENCE Buy a Chevrolet car and enjoy the warm Besides pleasure you can derive from a Chevrolet consider the time you can SttVo by using it In your BAALIM MOTOR Do Not Forget to Leave Your Old Tirei Mid Tubei in Our Red Crow HOME OF THf 6HCVRQLIT QF UNION iANK HAHRV ;