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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETrnmiDGE DAILY HERALD MAY IMS BRINGING UP FATHER By BASEBALL BOXING RACING HSPORIM HOCKEY GOLF BOWLING L lingo Bezdek Says Athletic Ethics of Teutons are Not Baset on Manly Play GERMANY BRUTAL Hugo all round athletic coach and present manager of j the Pittsburg is not so well known in the oratorical but j he spilled an earful of deep stuff a banquet in Chicago about the value and effect of national ath letic According to the fact that the American soldier Is physically su perior to the French and Ital Is largely1 dueto his baseball baseball befhg a better schooling for the physical grind of war and the promotion of courage and quickthinking than fenc ing or accepted national sports of the other chief nat None of these tends to produce the rugged type so prevalent on the diamonds throughout the United States and the average run of which product now is making ready to prowess with the Sport Ethics It is altogether obvious to the Am erican mind that the German method conducting warfare is due to the Tact that sports ethics of the country based upon manly play in the The accepted nat ional of German is an indoor form of brutalUy that consists in a competition with short the number of scars the face marking the celebrity of the contes The German athletic badge of honor is a corrugated and It Is feasy to see such a de graded form of athletic tra4ning would justify military mind of the country the children legiti mate objects of waretare and that the use of poison straight poison and ground glass Was eminently re virtually is axiomatic that a country in sport also jg conscienceless for the eth ics governing popular sports is neces sarily a true criterion of the moral spirit of the country Hun Ideals And what impresses the American mind as a further1 fundamental weak ness in the Hun Idea of fighting re lates to the wellknown principles of dirty An athlete with his mind concentrated upon evading the rules in an effort to Injure an opponent by means of rough stuff reduces his besides bringing down upon his side the moral opprobrium J of the other not to mention the I am firmly said Bez that baseball players from the time kids are able to throw a ball until they are is one of the main reasons why Yankees re main tall and strong generation after They therefore consistently to defeat all rivals in international BASEBALL RESULTS BOEHLING BACK TO Returns to Bushes After Stay in Big years ago Joe Boehling cameto Washington with the Richmond Battle Axe of the amateur baseball lea gues in for a series with the Washington amateur Boehling was the star pitcher of the and the stumbling block for the He set the Washington lads down in One of the amateur sporting edi tors dug up Boehling and Griff gave Thunderbolt a He made and the next after a poor turned in thev record string for straight Then he went to Cleveland where he was later Joe manager and pitcher Richmond Battle Axe is the ad dress given by Boehling at He is seeking games with the soldier teams at the various Joe is back with the sandlotters ZBYSZKO THREW May Zbyszko tonight threw Ynssif Hus saqe two out of three Huaaane the first in 27 minutes with a Zzyszko won second fall in 9 minutes with a toe and tile third in 3 minutes also with a toe THE NEW j PANAMA HATS AND SUMMER SHIRTS ARE IN A Very Nice Assortment of KESTER THE HOME OF 20TH CENTURY CLOTHING Our Cleaning and Prening Is Done by a FUal AMERICAN 1 in Cleveland 10 New York II u 11 id Washington in IL Louis 8 10 Philadelphia f Detroit 7 11 May defeat ed Perry in a pitchers battle Chicago winning 3 to Score Chicago 6 0 Philadelphia 3 3 Faber Schalk Perry and May made it two out of three In the first series of its eastern invasion by de featingthe locals Here today 4 to Score 8 0 Washington 9 2 Morton and ONeilf Harper and DetroitNew wet NATIONAL New 19 Chicago 14 Pittsburg 11 Cincinnati 13 Philadelphia i Brooklyn 7 7 6 9 11 14 15 16 A BORE it a motorist who spends all his time telling you about the wonderful mileage he is getting out of his MICHEUN TIRES when you want to tell him about losing the first two New York took the final game of the series with Pitts burg today 3 to Score New York 6 2 8 1 Barnes and McCarty Harmon and May bunched him today behind some erratic fielding by Boston won 5 to Score 5 12 0 6 2 Fillingem and Wilson Hendrix and May con tinued its winning streak beat ing Brooklyn 2 to 1 in ten Score Brooklyn fi 0 Cincinnati 9 1 Grlner and Miller Smith and Win May took a seesaw game from Louis today 5 to Score Philadelphia 7 0 Louis 8 2 Hogg and Burns Doak and INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Rochester 1 Baltimore Syracuse 3 Binghampton Other games wet PACIFIC COAST San Francisco 0 Oakland o Salt Lake 0 Vernon Angeles 1 Sacramento Vancouver 0 Spokane OTOOLE WITH Tho graceful figure of Marty celebrated a few years ago as the inoHt of a major league from the decorating the Omaha club this Bijou Motor Parlors Limited THE HOUit OF tEKVICE ARCHER COACHES Jimmy Aruher 18 coaching the H ratuK Ijoxmen with great und the veteran will be retained all seas on by Manager COLLINS IN Kdilii CoiHiiH is hi prime condition tills ami it luuks as though lie will have another one of his big The executive committee of the Golf Club met Those present were as follows chairman Craig and Ox secret Grounds Committee Moved by Macleod seconded by Craig That Hume und Oxlantl compose the members of the ground Handicapping Committee Moved by Hume seconded by Oxlaml That Macleod and Craig the handicapping The resignation of was receiv ed and The thanks of the soil club were tendered to him for his past services in the Interests of the Thomas Oxlaml suc cessor and the work performed up to the present as secretarytreasurer was The following new rules were adopt ed That outside the fence along the first fourholes including the first shall now be out of All ditches and roadways shall be deemed This meansthat clubs must not be grounded In address ing the ball consequently scraping in front or behind the ball will entail the loss of one Roadways That part of the outside of the m6tor or wagon track on one side to the wagon or motor including the space between shall be is a That any person members and all members not turning in two score tarda before the 21st of 1918 Cup Competition May 1918 will be placed on the scratch No prospective competitor will be allowed to compete unless his dues are paid before the day set for com BASEBALLS MAY SELL AS Baneballs will hQ only by exclusive jewelers in future if their price keeps going up in Hie way ex Indications point to a price on the main center of national sporting interest in a few Heavy de mands from players with the Ameri can expeditionary force recently are almost cleaning the shelves of all dealers and One or der placed called for balls for Prance and was Is sued by the Numerous other bodies are also shipping them Increased cost in yarns and leather to he responsible for the threatened Major leagues and corner lot Btars will be equally af fected If the change IB For over 15 years the horsehlde pill for ordinary commerce never varied from the standard price of until re when an extra quarter was tacked TENDLER BEAT Tend Philadelphia had the better of a slow iiound bout with Phil Bloom of here to IJloom took the count In the fourth hut iu the sixth he forced the fighting GREB BEAT May of received the de cision over Al of New after 10 rounds of boxing here to Greb had the better of displayed extraordin ary capacity for taking JACKSON MAY star outfielder of the ChicagoAmeri can league In clasu 1 by the district draft probably will be alilo to finish the Benson with thfWliilH As Jack sons number is Imdown the lUt of ficials Hay it likely it Will ba drawn until altritwo wort jueutij The Smile of Contentment and the smoke from a Noblemen Cigar are always seen Tfa ffcridtf Tfarfe taffititd Jtncl from out Wlmlptg cnrf UcncMMWr touting service TWOEYE AIMING IS PROPER WAY Field of Vision is Much Larger and View is Says Expert It Is hard to teach an old dog new and that Is the principal rea son why many of our veteran sports men who received their shooting edu cation in the old schooi still follow tho of aiming with one eye and closing the a matter of fact probably three out of every four or 75 per use only one eye the other 25 per use both It is obvious that there must be a decided advantage when both eyes are when we consider the disad vantage of using a for in with one eye With one the field fs necessarily smaller and the view not nearly as clear as when both eyes are Is Best If one has always kept both eyes open while aiming a gun of any kind there will never be any wish to take up oneeye But should the sportsman of the oneeye aiming habit wish change over to twoeye aim ing he will find it rather owing to the fact that the brain has been trained to register only What one eye This is usually referred to as the mastar that It la the stronger of the but because it has been trained to func tion in this H may be if one has accustomed to the exclusive use of one eye in all shoot It would be best to continue to aim an In the case of a new it would be a distinct advantage for him to start right by using both thereby training the brain to register the night correctly from the CharloH an authority on the says Style May Be The style of aiming with botli eyes open may bo exactly tho same as with one closed the is brought up and there is a slight pause long enough for the eye to find the front sight which is then placed upon tlie point of focussing of the eye upon front will probably not be HO sharp as with one eye with the consequence that the vis Ion of thesame will be less The man accustomed to aiming with one eye cloned may find It best to teach himself to shoot with both eyes open while focussing upon the sight after his acquired Favor Carver tills la not the favorite or most effective mode of twoeye Modern wing shots havo pro nounced in favor of the Carvor meth od of gun While this style of shotgun alining IH of modern ori in fact originated with Car yet it is the oldest of all sys tems directing u It was used by the rock tho spear the dart and wan brought to the greatest perfection by the Shooting an Indian will drive a penny from between a split slick with hulf his shots at 60 feet or strike a ruunltiK deer at und doubtless the AngloSaxon bow men were much better shots thun any From Our Own Coirosoontlent May calling our expostmaster to the colors has brought about a long looked for end to a happy John Steele and Blunnellj motored to Ray mond on afternoon and the wedding was solemnized byBishop Evansat 6 after which the bride and groom returned home and the wedding supper was held at the brides home that All rela tives and a few friends were present and in enjoyable time was Friends are giving a shower at the brides home on Tuesday All join In wishing the bride and groom many happy years The groom leaves for service in a few Born to and Lyman Turner on May a A Dance Saturday night a dance was held for the boys who are home on Large crowds were in attendance from the neighboring Many Ma grath people were in attendance at the Stake quarterly of the Latter Day Saints held in Raymond on Saturday and Apostle Heber Grant and Sisters Susie Young Elizabeth Maine and Miss Nebachre were the visiting brother and sisters from Salt Luke The will hold a meeting withthe Magrath people on Wednes day afternoon at 3 Everybody Patriotic Meeting A patriotic meeting under tho direc tion of the will be held hi j tho meeting house on Tuesday evening at TUese are held semiweekly and all are invitod to corne and get Great Britain is the sub ject for next Farmer Loses Buildings and Horses and Nearly His Life WHITTED JOINS May George star outfielder of the Philadelphia tin nounced today that he has joined the army and will re port at Camp May Special to tho Herald May 20 miles southwest of in the ISwelme the Murphy big fant was visited by a severe and almost fatal fire on the evening of May 13 at Smoke was seen escaping from the large new barn and stable just completed last and before aid could be secured the whol building was a mass of flames which reached the implement shcdu filled with waggons and other artl and tools used on the It half an hour the building was com pletely including tho feet oats and with fc large amounl of hay and green Five horses Were these being turn ed loose but went Into the and thus burned to Eddie Murphy went In to bring out the stal Ho reached the when the animal refused to go and heat and smoke overcame He fell to the floor and then crawled out and was rescued by Ills wife and her The horse was burned inside tho a near neighbor came In a and at once brought Eddie Murphy to the hospi ta where he now lies badly burned on the hands and The loan ol tho buildings and Worses will reach Only a small amount of in suranceis on the buildings and con and on the The origin of the fire is at present un living south of lias purchased land east of and moved his cattle for the who has farming of has sold his farm and bought south of aid is moving this wgpk to his new OBEY THE LAW Equip you car with proper per per pair per per BAALIM MOTOR Da Not Forget to Leave Your Old Tires and Tubei in Our Red Cross HOME OF THR CHEVROLET BACK OP UNION BANK HAHBV ;