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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SAT MAY THE LfcTHBRnWfi DAILY HERALO INGING UP FATHER By McMgnus 4ftl VUZ BACK FROM HONE fMOON THAT BLACK I t BASEBALL BOXING RACING SPORT i HOCKEY GOLF BOWLING INABILITY TO I lENf S MEAN RUNS DROPS MRS Great old Machine Losing Its Clouting Fans Cant Understand It To most people the Tigers in eighth place appear as out of place as the Athletics would be in the on the fourth Of It has been so lodg since the Tigers counted as a tail end team that fans all over the country begin to wonder what is wrong it1 Jennings men slip out first For once the whole blame cannot be put the pitching Erickson is hurling great ball and so Is entirely recovered from his ill is ready to take his regular turn and his showing against the Xankees Friday proved that he going to be a tough pitcher to Qoland is still suffering from a sore Sun day Bsrnie remarked that his arm giving him toore trouble this spring than any previous time in his and that only warm weather would tring it Bill James has been having tough luck with several of the games he has Saturday lie was going along so nicely that Jennings had no one properly warmed up when the big blow came off in the seventh If Bill could get by with two or three consecutive wins theluck might have a good effect on But he figures he is an uhlucky pitcher and a bad inning is likely to upset No Concerted Batting But the real for the Tigers In eighth position it the lack of con certed hitting by other members the And a lot of have been spoiled by unexpected boots in the Last week the Tigers of the seven games They scored nine runs in five in two of the while in the remainder they could not drive more than three across the How poorly the Detroit team is bat ting is shown by the fact that 45 run ners were left on bdses in one or an average of nearly seven per The last league averages give an insight why this leading the club with an aver age of but only in the last few days has he been able to reach this Much of the hitting has been done when uo one is on bis and therefore Need Stanage Back A dozen errors helped lose games during the past week and Archie Yelle was one of the chief On Home days the team acted like a ma chino with the main wheel missing and Oscar Stanage is badly needou behind the Yelle is a fine cat cher but not to be com pared with Oacar in keeping a club There is not a manager in the lea gue who does not fear the The I season is young and Jennings I inen will canso n lot of trouble before I the gong rings in But what I is needed now is about two months steadier fielding and some j real hitting when runners are on the The week has proven that Boston is not invincible and that the White Sox are hot out of The loss of Joe Jackson will further Weaken Hose and at least four clubshave a chance to be in on first place money next Sorry that 1wont be able eay much about the game this arid will blame the as I had for gotten we were so near the end of the and what a rotten holiday I the but I cant refrain from using especial ly when one goes out with the best intentions of playjng although not feeling and then plays a rotten game on a rotten the result being a rotten card to turn One is inclined to wonder what the weather man is thinking Golfers who dont want enow and hail on Slay will have to notify him to that effect and see that lie arranges things a little better for next Congratulations to the young play ers who are doing so well have heard that they had scooped up the prizes It is pleasing to see such marked improvement in their play and before the end of the season I hope to see the playing strength of the members so much improved that the committee might try and arrange a few inter club Nothing like a friendly tussle for pulling a player out he knows he has to fight for the honor of his keep up its he play his hardest to to a player takingpart in a match for the first time and play your usual dont try for more than you are able to do watch your opponent and hang to him all you but keep yourself well in and dont lose your temper you have a bit of hard if you something will hap pen apd you will be sorry at being Of course you should not use any swear they as a improve your I know they are apt to slip out Some players thinkIt is better to let them out than try them I dont to opinion on that Onjce 1 was taking part in a match and Waiting my turn to piay ofy at the There was the USUB crowd when one of my club mates made a rotten Sorry that word will come honest I it was a rotten and what a big d he let Wo were all j because his own parson was in the crowd the j sympathetic and call ed to the Quite it is better out than So J will at to say spmething how to play the rnashie nexf DAVE BASEBALL RESULTS Boston Cleveland Louis New York AMERICAN 1 18 15 10 Chicago 14 Washington is Philadelphia 12 Detroit S 12 14 12 15 14 IS 17 15 Camouflage Thursdays Games Boston Cleveland Washington 2 Fridays Games May Louis continued its winning streak to six straight today by defeating Philadel phia 9 to Score 12 0 Philadelphia 10 3 Gallia arid Nunamaker Adnms and May took the first game of Uie series from Chicagp today 5 to Score 7 3 10 2 Danforth and Schalk Bush and t New May nineteen inning the longest of the pres ent major league was won by Cleveland from New York here today 3 to when Joe former pit hit his second home run of the Woods first made off Russell in the seventh and the Locontl off who replaced Russeli in the eighth The last j two games played here have eded thirtythree at Wednes days game with Chicago lasted four teen The game was a re markable pitchers battle between who went the entire dis tance and Russell and Score Cleveland 3 14 i York 2 12 2 Coveleskie and ONeill Mogridge and May unrt Washington played sixteen inning tie game today for the benefit of the American Red Cross second war re lief The score 2 darkness ended the About 8000 Including thepresident and Wilson president of the American saw tho With paid tion a baseball pitched and auto graphed by President Wjlspri just bo fore play probabfy was added the Red Cross Score Detroit fi1 2 Erickson and Harper uiid The MILEAGE That Goes With the MICHEL IN MAKES IT THE MOST ECONOMICAL IN THE Bijou Motor Parlors Limited THE HOMSg OF FIFTH tTRifTlOUTH NATIONAL New York 23 7 767 li n 14 13 Boston 18 Philadelphia 12 17 11 22 May Dear People We write To warn you Most anything Is liable to happen V M In this here This spring We bought A garbage truck derned If it aint Gone and had T Fivehundred or swi1 j Little garbage cans t And maybe i If we wait a spell Itll have a lot if Of little Fords and Chevroloots And such Its a big Healthy All the city dads Had to do To have it have Those little cans pass a motion Pigs is pigs And so is AVe thank CARPENTIER IS LOST TO RING Tho war has evidently robbed the fistic world of a wonderful fighter ia the person of Georges who has been retired from the flying because of the effects long illness which left him unfit for far pentier is now a physical the Ecole Militaire tie one of Uie great French ariny schools near The French cham who waa twice decorated for and whoso work with the French airmen was mentioned many is saitl to have suffered partly from a nervous and it is doubtful whether or not he will be fit to battle over tho championship route 5 3 Ragon and Wilson Harmon and New Thuridays Games New York Louis PUtsburg Philadelphia Brooklyn Chicago Games May wild pitch by Watson allowed Griffith to score the winning run from second base in the last half of the elevpnth iiiniug giving the locals a 2 to 1 vic tory over gcore Philadelphia 9 2 Cincinnati 7 a Watson 4ncl Adams Toneyand May Louis broke its losing streak today by taking a twelve inning game frqw Brooklyn 2 to jjJcore Brooklyn 7 0 Louis 7 1 Marquard and KYuegur Packard and May Boston Braves made their firjst appearance of the aeuHon here Pittsburg nix to ticbrer 12 1 INTERNATIQNAL Seattle I 5 Second couver Other games rain and Portland Tacbma cold PACIFIC COAST Sun Francisco 2 Los Angeles Vsrnon 2 Oakland Halt Luke 4 ayjramento AMEIirCAN IiyUanapnlls 2 Of f2 Second gume Inilianapolis 1 Kunsaa Uty a f Toledo 2 Minneapolis INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Jersey ll TorolB y Only game Why Is It Uy WHY 18 IT when you greet friend on the street saying Hows it he always replies in figures ranging from 45 to 65 WHY 18 IT you alwaya understand just exactly what he means 18 IT when those two grac ibus ladies who are playing in front of you Oh you gentlemen through and they stand out about fifty yards waiting to see you send a screaming liner far over their fair AND you AND CURSES you get a sickening slice and the old pill rolls a few feet into the tall uncut and then youv he couldakicked his further with his footsand WHY IS IT that you try to recover with your iron and foozle it and the next one also and you really have one awful time rolling that old ball put of earshot of two nice ladies and WHY IS IT when you are out of ear shot upthe safety1 valva and cuss and cuss and WHY IS in you saw them smiling when your back was and youd bet a hat you heard one of them snicker and WHY IS IT that the smile that lies in womans eye and lies and lies and lies dont interest you a bit and WHY IS IT you feel upset and want to go over and chew Some barb wire off the fence and WHY IS IT on the next green you can out ladies heel marks in the sand and say a of mean things about people ought to know better than to wear em and WHY IS IT you know doggone well its just that miserable ingrown temper of yours at work because didnt make a show WHY IS IT that another day you really do pull off a rea1 hum dinger of a drive before their watchful eyes and WHY IS IT you feel a lot better af ter and aint it a grand and glor ious feeling WHY IS IT we are so darn fussy about driving into but think the otherfellow is a bearcat when he calls us for dribbling one up on to the green he is holing out on WHY IS IT that the chap who said he wouldnt learn golf because he hadnt the time to the chap after he has broke in to the is always lugging off to the links WHY IS IT that the aforesaid lugg ing doesnt require much real effort WHY IS IT when you are coming along behind a man who addresses his ball about steen times that you begin to get peevish and talk to yourself in and dashes WHY IS IT mere was no deputation waited on the City Hail Fathers demanding that the water be turned into Henderson Lake WHY IS IT that the gurgle of the water in the ditch brings no happy thoughts of the wellders of the Scotch Branding iron I WHY IS IT that the local dealers in golf balls have wired in rush orders for WHY IS IT that there is a rising demand for old balls and WHY IS IT that the kids have scent ed business in the air and are on the job like birds of and i WHY IS IT the bunch the opinion that the lake should have been drained and WHY IS IT we want to putoft the fateful day when we will really have to drlVte across water on the 7th holo WHY IS IT that som golfers seem to think they are racing against time on a half miba track and WHY IS IT they do not realize that the carefully played round is more profitable tHan two of those skip and jump tangos and a darn sight more comfortable to the guys they seemto be chasing WHY IS knowing we need that down in your wrinkled old pul sifler you hope it doesnt interfere with your biweekly rounds WHY 18 IT after you have been playing with fifty or sixty cent balls and you have decided to blow yourself for a real eightyfive center that you lose it downa gopher1 hole or it evaporates in the long grass about your second stroke WHY IS IT that Just after the rules committee have given a definite rul ing on out of bounds that you de velop a beautiful slice that keeps you in real trouble WHY IS IT the Calgary rags always neglect to mention our little old mun icipal golf course when they are blat ting away about Golf in WHY IS cant understand that we are among those present L HAVE FOOTBALL Football probably will be restored to a formal basis by Prince ton and Yale next fall if the stand tak en by the Harvard athletic authorities is confirmed by the other two mem bers of the Big Although no final decision has been reached by the Harvard board it waa made known that at a meeting of the university committee on athletic sports the re sumption of football was favored and that definite action would be taken at the coming conference pf the athletic heads from the three The attitude taken by the Harvard com mittee sanctioning the reestablish ment of football in some form is tak en as an indication that the wartime system of athletics adopted at the start of the year has proved a Even if the Big Three can not reach an football on some basis will be played at Harvard next Reduced Scale Should intercollegiate competition in the sports be resumed by the three universities it will be on a largely re duced The training table will not be the customary expen ses will be the number of coaches will be limited and every at tempt will be made to dispense with the usual spectacular features con nected with the It is even probable that the authorities would not be able to secure a graduate coach for the Harvard team and that the sys tem of training would have to be sup ervised entirely by as was the case in hockey this In accordance with the Harvard wartime policy the size of the squad would probably bo increased to give as large a number as possible the opportunity to Military requirements would also be a factor in determining the eligibility of the The present ruling supported by the three which forbids uny man to take part In sports unless he be enrolled in the college training will undoubt edly continue to be In ad dition football practice would be HUDj ordlnatcd to military drill and the I hours preparing for the gumes limited I FROM Any said the Irish Revolu tion must be contingent upon sending by German of an expedition with sufffrlent military force to covet a On this occasion the Government was to fix the time and as an induce ment the advantage of having submar ine and Zeppelin bases In West Ire waa insisted Von Bern storff evidently was having difficulty with his for on October he warned his Government not to allow a certain Oaptain then a resi dent of to write to Irish men in Afnerica since his letters were Boohm was arrested Jy us tu apt to go to the wrong Later British Could Not Lend We again find Von Bernstorff on December attaching a note surrep tiously to a message passed thti American In which he mentioned that the Irish leaders in America were pressing for an answor to their proposal of September Ha seems to have followed this on Christ mas day with a message which is for on the last day of Foreign Secretary Zimmerman Inform ed hint of quantities of munitions which was proposed to land be tween February 21 and February He added that it was impossible to send German On January Bernstorfl replied that his Irish committee de clined the proposal as without German troops a rising would be After Americas entrance into the war on April the line of com munication between the German gov ernment and leaders of the Sinn Fein party was broken off temporarily though there was no reason to believe that the messenger service between America and Ireland devised by John Devoy was A clue to the new Une of communi cation was obtained subsequently and was followed up The effect of this new line in Ireland la visible in the speeches of the Sin during this new period For til ad dressing the convention of the Irish volunteers on Oct6ber said By proper organization and re cruiting we could have fight ing volunteers in would be a bigs army but without the tunity and means for fighting it could only be used as a There has already been too much bloodshed without success and I never would advocate another rebellion without hopeful chances of Wa can see no hope of that being In tho near fntura except through a Gor maninvasion of England and the land ing of troops and munitlonn In Ire We should be prepared to leavo nothing undone toward that oEVERE EARTHQUAKE May severe earthquake centered about mlK from Washington aad lasting about two was recorded on seismo graph at Georgetown University The tremors began at and reached great continuing un til after ttn Baalim Motor THE RIGHT ACCESSORIES MAKE YOUR CAR ACCESSORIES MEAN A LOT TOA 8PARK THE RIGHT THE BiST PRACTICAL AND OTHER THINGS ARE VERY ;