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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX f- . ,.v. V. , ,, THE LETHBRIDGE- DAJMf >�HRRALD mi FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1918 "BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McM^inus 5t ^OLLt-Jl-JUtjT .THINK - ITS TVWENTV VCAR^j 5>NCE �\\/& ^EfeN -YOt) /\N"''' ' 'sHEiiL BE ^ik.^{5 to* *  ^EE you- BROTHER-M\KE? BASEBALL BOXING , RACING S P O R T HOCKEY GOLF BOWLING eiGB "OS NED Owing to a combination-of circumstances It has been decided not to staflo the Ross-Kramer bout which was being negotiated. for May 17th. A number of reason* stood in the way and it was thought better to cali off negotiations. � : ; The local club has decided that lall energy in the boxing line wi|i be bent on providing a bout during Stampede weel' scouts', thei gdit champlon^'being In charge pf the'crew. Miss Stirling wlilrled the truck up to the'doors and the boys seized the coal in 200-poUnd lots and delivered it to thg pgor of Atlanta. From 10 o'clock'untlV.noon* and froin 3'until B' o'cldck'fh� tfie aft'emoon MIssJ'StitHng had^to be at the wheel of the coal �wagon.'Nbw'it nppearsthat Jliss Stirl-' Ing is operating a motor plow and putting in about the same number o! hours. How|6ver,' she. is as proud of her uniform as she isof the championship cup. medalu and title which she won at Belnjon'i Springs. BASE6A RESULTS AMERICAN Won. Lost. Cleveland ....... 11 Boston ........... 12 New York ... ... U Chicago ........ S �Washington.,.. ., ..9. Si. L'oiiis"....... 7 Detroit-...... .. �(! Philadelphia ....  7 S n �f, s �'lo.. - 0 � p.c. .r.7n .571 .550 .fiOO ,.474 .4G7 .400 .aS9 MISS STIRLING NOT A SLACKER Golf Chanipion Takes Active. Part War Work. In 'When, after the war, the women golf champions of the United States compare their experlenees there will be many interesting'tales to tell, but perhaps none that contains more variety than the story of .Miss, Alexa .Stirling, the present national title holder. Jliss Stirling von her  first championship at Belmont'Spring, Mass., In-1915,. and few who saw her defeat a high-class field on- that occasion .would have dreamed that before she got a chance JOIN THE FLIERS Toronto, May 10.-A draft of cadets for the Royal Air Force arrived in the city yesterday from Vancouver in charge of Frank Foyston, a member of the famous Toronto Blue Shirts, who captured,the world's championship In 1913, and' was'also one of those that won the Stanley Cup for Seattle In 1917. Immediately after  the hockey season Foyston enlisted with a battery of artillery at 'Vancouver but transferred to the flying corps, where he hopes to become a pilot. 'With him there were thirty others, including Ncrman Fqwler,' the spectacular goal keeper ot the Seattle team, and Mc-Leod, formerly sporting editor ot the �Vancouver Sun. Foystbn's home is near Barrle, Ont. SMART CLOTHING FOR MEN Ever stop to admire a smart, business-like man on the street? Xilko the looks of.'hia suit or overcoat; or th'� way it hangs;, the smart appearance" it gives him-something different from the other fellow, eh?'That's the kind,of clothing we can furnish you. Good, honest, stylish,'union tailored clothing at smalt profit, cash store prices. W. B. KESTER & CO. THI? HOME OF ,20TH CENTURY CLOTHING- . ^ Our Cleaning and PreMing Is >behe by a Real Tailor. You Can't Get Any More Out of a Thing Than You Put Into It. That holds good with cars, too. THE.MITCHELL i� the 100% vcar. That|s whyilt costs more .than some kinds.' But you will remem-(i ber^tlie ye*(ri�\fl|'ji�tisf�itory; service yeu BPt',put of it long after ' you have forgotten what you first paid for the car. ' Bijou Motor Pai'lioi-s Liinited IL WOLFGANG IS VALUABLE FOR SOX Although He Is Not in Many Games, He Gives Mates Real Practice TaKe First Game of School League From Westminster By 11-2 Score �� Philddelphla. Ma^^ n.^Phil^delphia knocked Kussell out ot the boKi before "a'inltn''was retired in the tirsV inning today, biit in the second inninfe, New �\'ork did the same to. Greg^^i. taking the lead. ThormahlBtt''V.-hq' replaced Russell, blanked the Athletics and Now York .won 7 to 3,-.Score: Now York- .. .. 150,000,010-7 10 1' Pjiliadelphia .. . n0�,00.0.000-3 9 2 jRussetli^-Thormahien .^nd Hannah; G'r'egg, Adams and MacAVoy. ..Cleveland, .May a.-Through Bo^-,] ton's vdefeai. ; today ..by:: .tVashingtonyi Cleveland tbok the Icadiri the American league race by winniilg from Detroit six to three. Score:- .'' ' Detroit ....... 000,000.021-3 5 1 Cleveland .. ... 3S0;o0O,0bk-6 '!7 Oi' Boland, Erickson, IJ>:er and Spencer; Morton, Bagby and O'N'^Ill.'^ Washington. TUay 9'.-Two sacrifice flys. one hy Johnson in tlje, ninth and another by Foster in the tenth, gave Washington a tour .to three-iVl.ctory over Boston here today. Riith'inade-three doubles and. a triple "and a single in five times at bat. The score: Boston...... 100,000,011,OrT3 9 2 Washington . . 000,000,201,1-4 11 1 .Ruth,and Agnew; Ayers; * Johnson, Casey and Ainsmllh. (10 innings). NATIONAL Won. Lost. P.C. New York ... _____ IS � ".1 / ,.S47 Chicago...... 13 -5: .792 Pittsburg' .. .. . ..- 9 '8- -.529 Cincinnati ... ____ in 12 .455 Philadelphia s 11 .421 Brooklyn ..... ... 7 12 .368 St. Louis ____ ____ B 14 .300 Boston .... .. ..r. 5 � 14 -.203 New York, May 9.-The New York Giants closed their home stay today by defeating Philadelphia four to one. lu their first series ot games with edstorn teams. No-^v York won eigh-tpen games out of nineteen. Score: Philadelphia .. . 100,000,000-1 5 0 Now York . . .. 000,003,10x-4 12 1 Mayer and E. Burns; ,T6areau and Mccarty. St. Louis, May 9.-Smith's, muff ot Blackburn's easy fly gave Cincinnati another ninth inning victory over St. Louis today six to five. Score; Cincinnati .. \'. 000,400,011-0 10 3 St. Louis..... 010,030,010-5 10 1 G S.mith and Wingo; Meadows, Slverdell, Packard and Snyder. Boston, May 9.-Marquard jWon his ffr.st game today,- pitching'Brooklyn to a 3 to 1 victory oyei^Bpstan; Score: Brooklyn ...'... llO.OlOtOOO-3 2 1 Boston .. .. .. 100,000,000-1 0 4 Marquard and Kruoger; Filligon and Wilson. Pittsburg. May 9.-Chicago hvon today's game 6 to 2, and thereby divided the series witH Pittsburg. Score: Chicago ...... 002,002,020-0 ip 3 Pittsburg .. ... 000,020,000-^2 "C 2 Vaughan and KlUifer; Saunders, Harmon and Blackwell. ' Why is ,Mel 'XVolgang? No, doubt more than a few White So.x fans have asked that question during recent years. Few people understand just why this little sorrel-topped hurler hangs on In the big league, even though he seldom works unless a game is hopelessly lost and there is a desire to rest the pitchers who work, regularly. , ' Dispel the idea thaj. Mel has about the softest job in 'the big circuit. He. earun whatever his contract calls for.' His name is seldom in a box score, but he Is one of.those tallows who is to a baH,club what a scene shifter is to a', theater. Mel does incs't of his work when the taps, are not .around, arid it you don't belieye h�J' does It well wo refer yqu to any PtUei; -veteran now on the clvib ros'ffit*'. , ' Wolfgailg ''playS-'.'-K-�*'"game in the �niorriings. WTien the Sox are at home there-lire two hours daily of strenuous drill. The heavy parf'of this program' is batting practice. Some one has to pitch' to the sluggers,-and Mel is the one. Anyone'elso ig hot satisfactory to the men. W'bltgang.lias control, has)' a big assortment of -foolers dnd the batters Icnow when tljey step up .there they are in no dangw of gettlng'soak-ed with a wild pitcht tin'd at the same time they know they-are getting some good out of looking over a pitcher who "has something." The little fellow also has his duties cut out for him after-luncheon. Not only at homo, but abrpad, he has to give the batters a workout' prior to the game -wh'enever RpVrlaiid' expects the enemy to send forth a''righthand-er.-'lf -a -left-hander .is*; the- work'"for the :otfeer fellows then.: the Sox: boss, picks'a> Sortsldor to turioup'the swatting lamps. In additjon to this Wolfgang has a soasonta .lease on the bull pens , In the various .American � league parks. It is from those remote spots that he witnesses the combats in which his mates are engaged. :  . A tew^ other things make .Wolfgang of value to his team. Ho is a natural-born ballplayer. Put hlin..on the'slab and he will give a good account of himself; but there are seven other positions he can Imndle in a pincli. The only thing he has never tried is catching and he probably could do this capably it he -wasn't, afraid of smashing a finger. He hiand'les ground and fly balls with remarkalile ease and incidentally is not ft joke hitter. Because he can do these; tjiings he is a handy man to have around in case, pf a shortage of intieldera'! or fly-chasers. Central nnd Westminster opened the Public Schools' League the other evening, and Central took the long end of the score 11 to 2. BIssett, pitching tor Central had the Northsldors eating out ot his hand, allowing a paucity' of bingles which netted only two runs, one In the first and one In the fifth. Up till the fifth Central dItJn't do anything to write home abdijt, but In the 5th and 6th they cracked the ball to all corners of the lot, annexing five in each stanza. The lineup: Central: McCambly. Johnston, Hag-oil, Oadess, Hutton, Bissett, Kessler, Kerr, McNabb. Westminster: Allen, Barkley, Norman, Grist, Patching, Golger, Taylor, llldpath, Hodenstrom. REJOICE OVER VICTORY LD.GEORGE (Continued frou Fbont Paoi) IITERIELLSOF AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Toledo 2, 10, 1; Louisville S, 7, 0. (11 innings.) Columbus 2, 4, 0; Iildinnapolls 1, 5, -1. .(Other games postponed, rain.) FIFTH TRECT tOUTH THE HOUSE OF SERVICE WETHBRipOE, ALT;^ INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE ; SyrncuEO. 3,,7, 'i; N(jv/ark H, 11, -'. (11 inniaga/) I';  :>� ./i-'. ; > ' , , - Rochester 5; 11-' 2; Jersey City, 1, ?., 0. Ilutfalo 4, 8, 1; BalUpioro .^, 12, 1. , .piiiqlyimiit(jij,8,ilO,-':.'J.V'J;�ro^to, 3,'.'),, PACIFIC COAST ^ LuH .Angeles 0,;-^!,-g!;:;|^ei7Jb*^iJ,^5.. Gasolene mak'es your car gqi Oil helps the'machinery. '>->ai^ _ But pniiumatic tires make the'automobile not only com/prtable-but possible. To prove it,driveablock^t^20_mile8 per hour on your rims.' ne Dew 19M!!VELVET ftUBiat^^ ;