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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX the lethbridge daily heraia? TIlUnSDAY, MAY 23, 1918 BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus t WANT VOU TO CO DOWN STAlRb AND TELL THAT f^EW FRENCH MAlO *,HE MUbT NOT BNfEf?TAlN THAT POLICEMAN in ) THE KITCHEM- I DON'T UrKE THE JOO-^iUT l�.l_ 0TCHBN? VeP-THE\ WENT Its THE w.i J. BASEBALL BOXING RACING SPOR HOCKEY GOLF BOWLING CALLED A wire was received by the local race committee which was stajj-Ing the Victoria Day race program at Henderson Park fair gi-ounds stating that the Calgary entries would be unable to come, and as a result the race meet has been called off. The Calgary men state that the weather has been so bad there lately that they have been unable to get their horses in condition, and at the same time the weather Is so threatening that it would be unwise to make the trip lest it rain here on the 24th. The local men have been training faithfully and have their horses in condition, hut they realize that it would be unfair to the public to stage the meet without living up to the promises to have outside horses here to compete. of the line, no bout will be staged. Ross Is very anxious to have a mill but the paucity of good op- | ponents makes it almost Impossible to stage the go. SIILLAWMI! BASEBALL RESULTS ERSCH FOR mi BOUI CALLED OFF Paucity of Scrappers Makes It Impossible For Club to Get Opponent CfTilral School Giants kept up t.'ieir i winning streak on Tuesday evening! when they again rtefeatert the West-1 niiaolors iu a great game. T'!n score, i was a tie at the end ot" the sLxth, nt 1 three all, but in the seventh the heavy! sluggers of the Giants came up and ' alammad the pill nil over the lot. scor-j iDg eight runs. The game ended li; i 1 to 4 for Central. The standins ot the ' league is as follows: I Won. Lost. P.r.! Central......... :; o; Fleetwood ....... 1 1 .r>00 i Westminster .... 0 :; .uno. AMERICAN Won. Lost. Boston ....... IS II Cleveland...... li'' 11 N'ew York ..... lli 11 St. Louis ...... 13 " 12 Chicago ...... It i:; Washington .. . . 1'.'. 17 Philadelphia ____ 11' li: Detroit ....... S ir, P.C. .(ll'l ..'):!:; .rco .r.i9 a:v.\ .4L';t .348 �ORAFIiy OECIDE WINNERS In the Big Leagues-Many of Stars Arc Being Called to the Colors Giants Must Be Broken Up Or the National League Will Shortly Meet With Disaster The army draft is netting the the boxers south of'the line in fine style. Just when it had been decided that Bill Kramer would box Bombadler Al Ross on May 17th, the draft net scooped Kramer In, and the bout had to be called off. Then Mike Hursch was picked as a victim for the bout which was scheduled for May 29th, and now word come* from Chicago that Hersch too is subject to the draft and likely to be taken before May 23th> and It would be impossible for nim to leave to come to Leth-brldge for'the bout. Tom Walsh wired the local elub that he thought he could get Jack MoranI a good man who has fought Jack Dillon and others, but there is so much uncertainty about the whole thing that the club has decided, that, unless a man can be secured on this side Collars FOR SPRING CASC0-2V�/�. CLYDE'2'/*/n All golfers In the city should be on deck on Friday for the play in the Ewert cup. Play must not start before 9.30, and all players must have their cards while playing the necessary 18 holes. The course is in good condition, and it Is cxpectetl a big crowd will bo on hand. That the course will be in good condition was proven on Thursday night by Dave Hume, captain of the club, when he negotiated 18 holes in 79, thus breaking all records for the course, his own record of Si into the bargain. Playing with Tom Oxland, Captain Hume turned in the following score: Out......5 4 4 5 5 3 4 5 4-39 In......5 5 4 5 6 3 3 5 4-40-79 At that the captain thinks he should have made It In about 75 as both time;) on the last green ha missed short puts, taking four instead of bogey. The captain was in great form and hopes yet to make a 75 score during tho summer. �>>�-?? e- > LAWN BOWLING TOURNA-: MENT VICTORIA DAY. - -V All bowlers In the olty, mem- * hers and non-members ot the Barracks groen on Friday �> morning at 10 a.m. sharp, � Ladles are. alao cordially In- * -vlted to take part In tho game. > Bring your rubbers and be � punctual, as the game will be ,i 1 Sotiioron and .N'unamaker; Ying-ling and Ain.smith. Philadelphia, -May 22.-Poor throwing by tlio locals gave Detroit the j victory today 3 to 1. Walker drove in his fifth home run of the season Score:- li H. E. Detroit ........100 000 020-3 8 0 Philadelphia . . 000 000 100-1 3 2 Boland and Stanage; Perry, .Myers and Perkins. Boston-Cleveland, poatijoned, grounds. wet NATIONAL Won. Lost. P.C. New York .... 22 7 .7501 Chicago ....... IS 11 .6C1 j Pittsburg...... ir. 11 .577! Cincinnati .... l!i 14 .'uGl Philadelphia ____ 1! 1� .407 Boston ........ 12 IS .400 Brooklyn ...... U 17 .;i93 St. Louis...... S 21 .270 Pittsburg, May 22.-Pittsburg won a twelve inning game from Philadelphia to-day, six to five. Score:- ^ Philadelphia 220 000 010 000-5 9 3 Pittsburg ..000 003 200 001-B ^4 1 Oeschger and Adams; Jacobs, Harmon, Cooper and Schmidt, Blackwoll, Archer. Cincinnati, .May 22.-Boston halted Cincinnati to-day, winning 3 to 2, owing to the wildneas of Schneider. Score:- n. H. B. Boston ........000 002 100-3 10 1 Cincinnati .. ..000 000 101-2 12 1 Fillinglm and Henry; Schneider, G. Smith, Regan and Wingo. , Chicago, May 22.-A batting rally In the eighth Inning to-day by Chicago enabled the locals to win from Brooklyn 2 to 1. Score: - R. H. E.. Brooklyn .....000 000 010-1 9 0 Chicago ......000 000 02x-2 9 0 Cheney and Kruegor; Hendrlx and O'Parroll. St. Louis-New York, postponed, wet grounds, american association Columbus 2, G, 4; St. Paul 1, 9, 4. (12 innings.) , Toledo 2, 9, 3; Minneapolis 9, 11, 4. Louisville 1, 6, 0; XlUwaukeo 0, 3, 2 fOthor game postponed.) "Stuffy" Jtclnnes is back on first base. For several weeks the fans all over tho circuit have heou v,-atchinK the attempt to make 'Jawn" Into a third-sacker. U must he admitted that tho former MacUman made a good effort to take care of tlie "look-in" corner as well as he did the first bag. but he never was and never would ho a star of the first magnltiule on tho riglit .side ot the infield. But Ed. Barrow was determined to ki^ep lilm there for tlio season, until Dick Hoblltzel's entrance into the army made it necessary for him to have an accomplishafl first baseman. So he pulled '�Stuffy" across the dia-monrlng , Coulee, May 21.-Your cor-respondertt had scarcely finished his weekly letter last week when a welcome shower broke over the whole district. Tho rainfall, however, did not last very long, as it gave place to finow which continued falling nearly the whole of Thursday. Since then the weather has been unsettled, cold, fileety showers have fallen, but the effect on thfe erop will bo seen later, when, under the influence of warmer days its progress will bo u\ore marked. As It is, wheat in many places is threo or four In'.'hes high, with remarkably strong roots. Indications point to another heavy crop from this district. Jlr. G. Cnlp was a business visitor to .Magrath on Thursday, returning by train in the evening. We nre glad to note that the (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anderson has returned home after having l)een in the hands ot city doctors ami nurses. iMrs. C. Thomson returned on Friday night after having spent the -winter In Callfornln. Owing to sudden illnoas of Eugonin, Jlr. and Mm. Kelly nmde n trip to Lelhbridgo on Saturday. According to later information she ia progreasluK fa''ourahly. No definite word has been heard from Mr. Bryan Nelson, who was called to the colors by "Uncle Sam" Inst month. A man of Mr. Nelson's cnllbro is very nuich missed in the community,' but it speaks well of the new comers, both here and across the lino when they arc uiado up ot such mn-terfai. Service was hold in the church as usual on Sunday, wlien a very good sermon was delivered from Dent. 30-19, the subject being "liver.v Man Ills l)wu Builder." Our life was likened unto u building which rosts on a given .�oimdntion, tho materials for which �will always be ready lo band. God hns a plan for every life. To live tho higli-cut life His vlaix must be accepted. Wo nre the architects of our own future, the creators ot our own destiny, lifo is c'oiutnunloii with God. Death is separation from Him, V.'i- muierstand that the children's 1 rogrnmmo w-lll he presented on 'I'hnrsduy, to which all nre heartllv invited. Some Indians under the direction of ii .srivo the Kaiser to defeat. pacific; co4^t yernon 2, fi, 1; OaJtlnmV 3. 8, 3. San Francisco 4, (T, 1; Loh Angeles 2 9 2 Salt Lake 3, 10, 1; Sacramento, 4, 11, 2, Summer Suits Beautiful Imported English Worsted and Cheviot, Summer Cloths for young men, and those who wish their clothes to reflect their alert, vigorous minds. 263 ,,_ Let us show you these 2 and 3 Piece Summer Suits. -iceio McKELVIE & McGUIRE LETlIBRIDGli 36 ?5936224 ;