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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta vi tCTftBmrMB DAILV HBfULP MAY i BRINGING UP FATHER By O6 too KNOV IM 6O1N4 TO Be MEAL TWENTY HER NON ft A FINE AND TAKE UP THE IVE THE WAft STARTED I TME TOO BASEBALL BOXING RACING hSPORTM HOCfcEY GOLF BOWLING SBA RESULTS AMERICAN Boston IS Chicago 14 Cleveland 16 New York 15 Louis 12 13 Philadelphia 12 r May winning streak was stopped Cleveland winning six to Score Cleveland 12 1 8 1 Coombe and ONefll Leonard and May two out in the Shaw forced home with a base on run that gave Louis to 3 victory over Washington today Score 11 1 Washington 9 1 Gallia and Nunamakcr Shaw and New no called in wet INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Baltimore 1 Toronto Rochester 6 Newark Syracuse 1 Jersey City Buffalo 1 Vinghatnpton PACIFIC COAST Vernon 2 Oakland San Francisco 0 Los Angeles Salt Lake 0 Sacramento Doyle and Gedeon Make Good After Being Transferred NATIONAL New York 22 7 Chicago 17 11 19 13 11 11 15 Brooklyn 11 16 Boston 11 13 S 21 May Coombss great pitching and poor base running by enabled Brooklyn to de feat the locals today 1 to 0 Score Brooklyn 6 1 6 0 and Krueger Vaughn and May man on the Cincinnati team got a hit off Nehf today and six of them in the second inning and Cincinnati won from Boston 7 to Score 9 3 15 2 Nehf and Wilson Bresler and May York ched four of its seven hits off Ames in the fifth inning today and shut out Louis2 to New 7 1 Louis 7 1 Barnes ami McCarty Ames and no New transplanted sec ond basemen in the big show are play ing better hall this season with their new teams they played The four in question are Derrill whocame to the Yankees from the Browns Lee traded to theReds by the Browns in a three cornered deal with New York Larry who came back to McGraw via Boston and and Joe formerly with the Yankees and now regular second sacker of the Brown Pratts hitting so far this has been an improvement over while Larry Doyles great work with the stick has put new life Into the Giant Joe who was always an lnandouter while wearing a Yan kee be cause hewas not kept in the lineup is busting the pill in better form now than he is wifh and Lee who was let out by the Yanks because of baiting seems to have caught the slugging spirit since going to the Not only are these four playeri hit ting oftener and more but their fielding Is It often works wonders to give a player a change of for some players grow stale when they are with one team for a few HORSE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Louisville Oj 2 Milwaukee Xo other INTERNATIONAL Seattle 6 Vancouver Aberdeen 2 Spokane Only two games June has been pur chased by She will be raced by xBen White has leased Prince Ingo by to the Oakdale farm West One hundred and eightytwo en tries were received for the early clos ing events at Harry Stinson has named The Tod in all of the classes In the western end of tho Grand Crozier is busy getting Judge and Major Wool ready for a trip over the New England halfmile The MILEAGE That Goes With the MICHEL1N MAKES IT THE MOST ECONOMICAL IN THE ENDv f t Bijou Motor Parlors Limited THi HOUlf SOUTH The draws for the SemiAnnual GoH Competition took place last night and the following are drawn to play on May IfllS Victoria Day starting at for the Ewert cup and prizes donated w Nelson and the Alberta Saddlery Waddington Marrs Hyde vs Joe Bawden Hogg 25 rs Long Cocci 30 vs Fisher Livingstone 30 vs Turney MeSwain 27 vs Nelson Crawford 25 vs McGreg or Guilbault 30 vs Toll Freeaiafl 30 vs Wilson Adams 22 vs Chaney Richards 27 vs Mor rib 25 Reid 12 vs scratch Foapat 24 vs Davieg Harman 25 vs Macbeth Oxland 21 vs KirkhEtm Ritchie Paterson 20 rs R Dav idson McCready 30 vs Men zie A Toombs 30 VB Gibbons Smith 36 vs Pejmefath er Fox 14 vs Crawford McArthur 12 Vs Skelth Craig 9 va Taster Duff 12 vs Shepherd Macleod 9 vs McKlllop Mara 9 vs Parker Dinning 21 vs Judge Jackson Hinpks 24 vs Bertrand Barhsley 24 vs Virtue Kellogg 30 vs Guilbault Hardie 20 vs T Brym ner 3fc Any members desirous of playing whose names are omitted from the above list will with the Captain or Secretary when arrange ments will he made and opponent sel These draws are made in am ple time to permit opponents to make arrangements mutually convenient for starting All players eligible to win a com petition must paid their those unpaid will take No players will be allowed to prac tice on the course before playing in the or any other prac The eighteen holes must be played The following new rules must be noted That outside the along the first four holes including the first shall now be out of All ditches and roadways shall be deemed Definition of roadways The tracks on both sides of the road and the in tervening Hazards do not Permit of the club be grounded in ad dressing the Also the following special rule Contestants must allow those play ing ahead to play at least two strokes ut the start and must not approach the green until others ahead have holed Short seventh and the players ahead must be allowed to hole out before those following drive off the un less signalled to pass the local exhibitor of English bulldogs has just consummat ed the largest deal ever put through In in whereby TUB ons latest Master Pen a brindle heavyweight dog ac knowledged by experts in England to be one of the grandest dogs ever rais ed goes to the Warfleigh Ken nels or proprietor who owns he largest ex clusive bulldog kennel in Saltzgaber knows tho quality of the inmates of Ken nels as on New rears day the fam ous local bitch Champion Chinook went into fiistnjace at Bos Warfleigh Kennels being second with their Biddy At Calgary on April 24th this at tho Western Canada Kennel Club untter M the Master Pen found was awarded the special prize for the best bulldog in the also the special for best dpg in any KAISER BILL IS GREAT SlauqhUred to of Game Advices reaching the United States forest Bervice show that Kmperor of up to had killed pieces oC According to one German forestry the forest service the kaisgr in 1908 killed 1995 pieces of wild including 70 elk and At that time he hud slaughtered a total of pibceg of more than of which were and was the leading ex terminator of wild life in the The kaiser holds the worlds record as blayer of GOLF SHAFTS HARD TO New SteW Substitutes May Take the Place of Hickory Long Its a matter of history that the shafts on the golf clubs today are about 50 per those of five years With Jess spring to them and an almost total absence in many cases of that snap so essential to a good those into golf clubs today are decfdedly inferior to those macje prior to It is not the fault of the nor yet the dealers Hlckprf is so hard to obtain in such suitable quantities quality that rarefy is a fine ship ment One professional claims that out of 100 shafts recently received by him more than onehalf were not fit to use in firstclass The fault in a in the fact that certain dealers do not allow their shafts to become properly seasoned and turn them out green arid without the snap and pep that a properly seasoned shaft should Whether the new steel ehafts re cently put on the market will solve the problem is a It has keen cliiimed that wooden heads split rather easily when steel is more so when the club is used in wet weather and balls leave a steel shaft with a sweet feel one perfectly comparable with that of a well hit sphere from a wood en shafted It is certain that golfers who have been using poor wooden shafts will turn with relief to the steel construct ed and they will have a valid ex cuse for the jliange after seeing a well hit ball turn off at right angles or do some freakish stunt in the Shafts ari in some cases so bad that after short usago they become impos Often the professional himself cant tell until after the implement has been tried When he selects a shaft In the rough without being tap ered down it probably has the pri per feel and and only after a couple of weekji use doen It limp and HORN8BY WILL QUIT the Cardinals Is playing IIJB last season in tlie major He will retire to bo near bis invalid whose keeps him from military service The Hornsbys own 350 acres of oil and deals havo been closed that will bring an acre for that land next its all iiniles Jtoger Horns J reckon that coin will do mother a lot of Ill Jim stay right there and sort of look after No more uo more jaunting uround where1 cant get home of Whats that Maybe Ill have la gu tu war whenxi urn rich Hints a different propo sition from tin way things aie right isnt it When I have that cash 1 can go to the army knowing that mother will be mighty well cared Hut if I dont have to go to war Im quitting baseball just to bu thats i4i ARRIVES TOO LAIE FOR OWNf UNERAL New was captured five times by German shot three times and escaped five times during three and a years in the shadow of the That about sums up the experience of Fred vet eran jockey of the French and urns lien who has arrived In New York from his home in near He comes Amer to aid the Red Cross and give fur ther of hie services to the allied Slight of but resolute of AINSMITH OUT FOR CATCHERS RECORD Eddie of the Washington has caught every inning of every game played by the club so far this Ainsrnths plans to act up a new record for consec utive provided ho is not put out of the game by CHICAGO MIDDLE LOOKS Phil Harrison Uncorked Hard Punch Against That Phil the hearted Hebrew from Chicagos West is yet to be figured as a con tender among the middleweights is the belief among followers of the box ing game His showing recently in the Racine ring against Eildie Mc the Oshkosh was an eyeopener to the He un corked a punch that few thought he while his head work and ring generalship were not to be sneezed When he walloped McGoorty ill the third round for a count of nine it came like a not only to but the who never dreamed that tlie junkman possessed a wallop of such Only by a desperate effort did McGoorty man age to rise to his foot and clear his brain of a myriad of stars and cob webs that circled around after that Uut Kildie had been in too many battles with roal champions to be caught agula by ihj sudden poke of summoning all his ex perience he staved off the eager He brew and the decision from crit ics on That McGoorty will give him a re turn watch is not beyond as thatmuch has already boon intim ated from tho Irishmans If the junkman gets a second whuck at ISd die there is sure to be suue for Phil learned a lot about Mr CJoorty bin la Mitchell is the winner ot BOO races and well known to every turfman on the continent and Am With rare tenacity of spirit hn has braved dangers which few could endure and live In the course of his efforts to impiove the lot of war suf Mitchell has won epeclal re cognition for his services front the French At the moment hois supporting 20 children and his son la In training campin Village The village of Gouvieux contained 500 souls at the commencement of the wat The first winning of Ger man invasion destituted it of all but UP persons tomong whom were Mitch ell the cure and the In Chan with a population of only 150 mostly women and old elected to The smoke from the battle of the Marne had scarcely lifted whenStitch in company with his then 14year old set v out toward Senlis and Compeigne in eearch of refugees and wounded We were on the road from Chan tilly to he Rounding a curve two miles west of Compeigne on our a harsh command in French caused us to dis Six German all heav ily and led by a huge advanced toward Jabbed by Who are you the leader demand but without waiting for a reply turned to his men and gave an order to proceed During the en suing I judged to be a distance ot five I was continu ally jabbsd in the back with They spoke very good as I came to know most of them had been employed in the vicin ity before the war and at the outset had gone to join the German which they knew would advance to meet On the last leg of the journey one of the boches turned to me You English swine well show you what we do with he We climbed a hill leading to the Devils There was a camp containing 100 It seemed to be an observation as it lay on an elevation commanding a view of the The boches us to a small canvas tent some tance from their main The tent pole was burled deep in the ground and around it wai an Iron to which was attached a heavy chain and i Chained by Wo were guarded until the lumbering sergeant came The boy leaned over to take his bicycle out of the when the with a backhanded swing of his struck him in tha Sole he said and moving over to me placed the chain around my left ankle and snapped the I was but That night It rained and blew a Water flooded In the early dawn the under the weight of wet canvaa and strong fallen over to an 45 The sergeant with a squad of men came over to Trying to eh he shout I The wind has blown it Bone Dont answer he and swung the butt end of his rifle at my Instinctively I raised my left the blow shattering the bones of my The pole fell and struck me on the How long I lay unconscious I do not But the pain brought rno around and I managed to tear strips of canvas from the tent and bandago the arm after a That night I crept Making i for the cave I stumbled across tha pile of debris that cAuttsr ed the It was a mushroom odve French peasants There I remained 30 helpless with pain and And then came semi What aroused me wero the sweetest words I had ever heard spoken in Go Never mind Give em hell The sound of to gether with gave me new for I knew British soldiers must be storming the observation I was carried back Into the Jines and finally reached Victoria Day RACES At Lethbridge Exhibition MAY 1918 PROGRAMME Purse Free for All Trot or Purse Mile 5 Furlong Purse Harness Mile 2 In 4ito 3 to First race oiled at GOOD PLENTY OP HORSES Admission to Grounds and Grand 50 Cents Children Under 12 Free For Quick and Economical Trans portation Nash Trucks Fit the Emergency Nash Trucks have already established their un usual value in this They are built to meet satisfactorily the demands of the severest truck ser Value cars at volume BAALIM MOTOR Do Not Forget to Leave Your Old Tires and Tubes in Our Red Crow OF THB CHEVROLET BACK OF UNION BANK HARRY ;