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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRlDGfc r B RINGING UP PATH ERr By Me Mamie JUST F TOO IN ONE or ROUiHNtC IM oiNi rb WHAT I VANT T6 TELLXOU BASEBALL BOXING RACING h SPORT4 HOCKEY GOLF BOWLING Owing to a combinationof elf cumttancet It has been decided not to stage the RossKramer bout which was being negotiated for May A number of reasons stood in the way and it was thought better to call off ne The local club has decided that all energy in the boxing line will be benton providing a bout dur ing Stampede week which will be a treat are too busy to come to the city to see a boxing will then be out in and the hundreds of fans among them will be eager to see a good mill which will be In keeping with the spirit of the An effort will be made to Phil Harrison as one of theprln cipals and his opponent will be ta worthy Young who was to have participated in the proposed bout week from expects to visit tht city next Al Is now a bombadier In the 78th He says he has grown one stripe one which Is pretty for less than two months of to defend her title she would have been an coal distributor and and all in the sweet name 61 When war broke out and the women began to organize it did not take Miss Stirling long to Jump into the uniform of the womens national service leag Then her experience she was in an but not for next jqb found her learning to run snd operate an and as soon as she was pronounced profic ientshe was placed in charge1 of a hnge coal which she had to steer through the streets of delivering coal to the the cpal tjuck with Miss were four or five boy fie golf in charge of the Mlsi Stirling wMlrled the1 truck the doors and the boys seized the coal in 200Dorind lots and delivered From 10 ocloctunttttndotf and frtrsj Sttertioon be at the wheel of lvwitiipDQarsthat Miss Stirl ing is operating a motor plow and put ting in about the same number ot is as proud of her uniformas phe isof the champion ship arid title she at Belmorif V MISS STIRLING NOT A SLACKER GerT Champion Takes Part In War after the golf champions of the United States com pare their experiences there will be many interest ingtales to but per haps that contains more variety than story of the present national title Miss Stirling won her championship at Belmont and few who saw her defeat highclass field on that occasion have dreamed that before she got a chance JOtfflE fllERS May draft of cadets for the Royal Air Force arrived in the city yesterday from Vancouver in charge of Frank a member of the famous Toronto Blue who captured 4the worlds championship in and wasalso one of those that won the Stanley Cup for Seattle in Immediately after the hockey season Foyston enlisted with a battery of artillery at Vancouver but trans ferred to the flying where he hopes to become a With him there thirty including spectacular goal keeper ot the and Me formerly sporting editor of tho Vancouver Foystons home ia near SMART CLOTHING FOR YOUNG MEN Ever stop to admire a businesslike man on the street Xilke the looks ofhia suit or overcoat or the way it hangs the smart appearance it given different from tho other ehThats the clothing we can furnish tailored clothing at small cash store KESTER THf HOME OF CENTURY CLOTHING Our Cleaning and Pressing by You Cant Get Any More Out of a Thing Than You Put Into That holds good with MITCHELL the 100 Thats why it costs more than some But you will remem ber the service ysu apt put of it long after you havs forgottsn what you first paid for the Bijou Motor Parlors Limited w FIFJH tTRCKT WUTH THE HOUM OF BASE1LL RESULTS AMERICAN Cleveland 11 s 9 New York 11 Chicago s S 10 Louis V I1 o Philadelphia knocked Russell out of tho a jhanTwas in the first1 inning but in the second New York did the same to taking the Jeplaced blanked the Athletics and New York 7 Nqw 10 1 Philadelphia 9 2 Stad Hannah Adams and tons vdefeal Washington1 Cleveland tBok the leadin the Amer ican league race by winnirig De troit six to Detroit 1 Cleveland J7 0 and Spen cer Bagby and May sacrifice one hy Johnson in the ninth and another by Foster In the gave Washington a over Boston here kutlrinade three doubles triplefthd d sin gle in five times at The score 9 2 Washington 4 11 1 Ruth Agnew AyersJ Casey and 10 NATIONAL New is 13 5 9 s 10 12 S Brooklyn 7 12 6 34 Boston B 14 New May New York Giants closed their home stay today by defeating Philadelphia four to their first series of games with eastern New York won eigh teen games out of Score Philadelphia 5 0 New York 12 1 Mayer and Burns fltesreau and May muff of Blackburns easy fly gave Cincinnati another ninth inning victory over Louis today six to Score Cincinnati 3 10 1 G and Wingo Packard and May won his ffrst game to a 3 to 1 victory oyerljpston Score Brooklyn 2 1 fi 4 Marquard and Krueger Pilligen and May Svon todays game 6 to and thereby div ided the series with Score Chicago lp S G 2 Vaughan and Klllifer Harmon and MEL WOLFGANG IS VALUABLE FOR Although He Is Not in Many He Gives Mates Real Practice TaKfe First Game of School League From Westminster By 112 Score Why is Wolgnng doubt more than a few White Sox fans have asked that question recent people understand just why this little sorreltopped hurler hangs on in the big even though he seldom works unless a game is hopelessly lost and there is a de sire to rest the who work Dispel the Idea thai Mel about the softest job in big contract calls His name isseldom in a box but Is one of fellows who is to a a scene shifter to a does most ofhis work are aijd if you dont Believe does It well we refer you to jinx other veteran now on the club1 Wolfgang In the Wnen are at home there1 are twohours dally of strenuous The heavy partof this program1 is Chatting Some one has to pitch to the Mel is the Anyoneelse is hot satisfactory to the a big assortment of and the Chatters know when thjfey step up they are inno of getting soak ed with a wild pitch dnd at the same time they know theyare getting some good out of looking tover who has The little fellow alsohas his duties cut out for him Not only at but he has to give the batters a workout prior to the game whenever Rowland expects the enemy to send fpfth a righthand If a lefthander workfor fellows then the Sox pickga1 to tune ripthe swat ting In addition to this1 Wolf has a on the bull in tho league It is from those remote spots that he witnesses the in whichhis mates are A few other things make of value to his natural born Put slab and he will give a good account of himself but there are seven other positions he can handle in a The only thing he has never tried is catching and he probably could do this capably if he afraid of smashing a He handles ground and fly balls with reonjarkable ease and incidentally is not Joke Because he can do things he is a handy man to have around in Case of a shortage of or Central and Westminster opened the Public Schools League the other and Central took the long end of the score 11 to pitch ing for Central had the Northsiders eating his allowing a paucity of bingles which netted only two in the first and one In the Up till the fifth Central didnt do anything to write home abdfitj but in the and 6th they cfatkjed the ball to all corners of the annexing five In each The lineup Central Hag Westminster Nor 1ITER JELLS OF AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Toledo 1 Louisville 11 Columbus 0 Other games rain INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE l 11 t Kochesler it 2 Jersey Buffalo 1 Baltimore PACIFIC COAST Vehbtt NO ROOM FOfl QUITTER IN ARMY r There is no room in iny ot TJncle Sams1 subdivisions ot army and navy for a So niuoh was ex emplified the otlior night at San Eddie well ltnown nortb weatern tells of what happened to a fn the boxing Eddie was staging fourround One the interested spectators was Major one ot the ofdceoa In charge of the He saw a also quit Ordinarily thai would end the mat Hut not so with the sent for i Did that boxer quit he asked point acknowledged Send him to was the response from the 1 will see that he is We have no room In the marines for Boys will have to learn to Bland the gaff when they are boxing Just I In same as when they Blurt fightinK over d 2 Sacramento i Sjalt 1 Sa Francisco T i IV INTERNATIONAL Spokane i Seattle Aberdeen Portland Tuconw i it lias been suggested to me that I make a feature of storlep of the re markable home runs that I have There are plenty of them to talk writes Edward Egan in the Minneapolis Journal First of I want to tell the base ball fans about a couple of the short est home runs on One of these came up in when I was head of the Burlington team in Iowa and my old Ham who luvs figured extensively in these was These teams playing one day in and we had them 2 to 1 the last half of the ninth The first man up rapped out a single and on first Then up stepped Chink who was with the White Sox for several sea in the first base bleachers were buijt very close up to the which Is a vital point ia this My first baseman figured that Mat tick surely would and when the pitcher started a short he dashed toward the plate for the purpose of intercepting the Instead of bunting Mattick swung with all his power at the thereby hoping to cross our He did that all He slammed a liner right at our first basemans It was such a sharp hit that he just did get his glove up in front of his The ball struck the top of the mitt and was deflected in such a way that went completely over the short bleach er fence Into the crowd for a fine homo Tho ball touched nothing after it hit the glove until it went over the Of course that decided the game against us right the final score being 3 to 2 In tholr It was the star fluke drive of the but it was the break ot the all right We figured afterward that the ball didnt go over 90 feet In The first baseman half way to the pinto when he deflected the and It was not over 4C feet from the first base line to the top of the old Cub machine was the victim one day in Philadelphia of a some what similar fluke home run that cre ated a big laugh at the The sit uation there was somownat similar to the one I have just with the grandstand pretty close up to tbe in The Phillies had a couple of men on runways and the game was close with a low A short fly was hit ovnr and Tinker raced over to get It near foul The Philly ninners were In motion at tlie Johnny seeing a chance for a double yelled loudly Trap trap Tinker realized at once what tho call and as the ball descended attempted to trap or take It off the ground cm a quick The play ivont awry at for ball bquncl out of Joes hands on a hard spot and deflected from Joes propped very neatly over the fence into the grandstand for a koine Three runs and the contest against the 4 CONTINUED FROM FBONT PAOI his distinguished careerhas been ended by his Premier Lloyd George was cheered loudly when he madehis peroration appealing to the House to ceaae at tacks which diverted the energies of the Government from the work of the was cheered again when he left the Judging from the the country Is tired of parliamentary strife and while the present Govern ment is much no alterna tive suggested finds stronger sup There has been a considerable amount of cross voting in the House on the although according to from mixed A big maporlty of Conservatives supported the Government which al so had the votes of more than half the Liberals and tbe bulk of the Lab In the minority were the As members of the late Govern ment and several other in cluding the Pacifist The lobby correspondent of The Daily News says some of the Liberals who the Govern fhgalinst on the ground the issue ought not to bo made question Most of the Conservatives for the did not wish tb change thf fearing to Involve the the Marquis of and Arthur thereby giving a pacifist complexion to the Asquith ONEFOUR NEWS May Is coming up Thrue Carlson made a trip to Manyberies last week for fencing material and will enclose a Current returned from Leth bridge must improved but is awaiting the report on a cufture from his throat whiSh was sent to ft James road was here Thursday rppklng up improve ments to be made on road to ajjd promisedthey would be attended John filed last January for Uip half Section arrived his children and for a few daya wttile own place Convenience The AutoStrop Safety Razor is al ways ready for use edge is uni formly keen and it is a simple matter to keep it It shelves and is cleaned without taking This explains why the AutoStrop is uni versally used and liked by the boys over Give your soldier an the gift he AutoStrop Safety Razor UoHri and the greatest of these Gasolene makes your go Oil helps the But pneumatic tires make bile not only To prove drive a block at 20 miles per hour on your Tte Dew 1911 VELVET MJBlEtT TIRES are not only but the very best in tires that the largest rubber factory on earth can Come in and see them fcavs year size and we are here from 0 a TteBUtlM MOTOR Co EXCLUSIVE IGENTfl FOt IETHIRI06E ;