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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta IJWtE sIXj THE INKAALlIf v v MAY I TID t 4 4ft VELLWHKT DO too WANT HAVE THE MONOR OP TO THE I JOLLY THE OLD MEKIO TALK TO BASEBALL BOXING RACING 1SPORTH HOCKEY GOLF BOWLING Tommy Gibbons Has No Claim for Middleweight Championship TJ5o continued efforts of some to place Tommy brother of the noted Paul middleweight before the public as middleweight champion of this country or the is not fairvto his fellow Mike nor to Harry the Pittsburg says The fact is Tommy Gibbons no right to the he never won and has put a claim re which claim not ODowd was fortunate in knock ing out Al who was looked upon by many as a but whom a number of writers did recognize as title although he had no good claim to the He merely claimed it as did and gpt away with it In the eyes of there were so many arguments regarding the titletiolder ot that class that the fans dis gusted but when ODowd did stop McCoy by knocking him they were ready to accept him as Previous to this Harry Greb of i Pittsburg had in a claim for the title which had been in abeyance for a long and he posted a forfeit to go as a side bet for a match with Mike Gibbvs or any other one claiming the The for was for McCoy declined a match and so did with the result that Greb went through with his ODowd had won over McCoy he was matched with Greb at and there were dif ferent claims as to the Mike has offered to meet any man in the world at 158 pounds at 3 Mike Gibbons but no match was Now Mike Is in the army and un able to defend his title at the beck and call of any of but he will do so when the opportun ity is given him by the In the meantime let Tommy Gib Smith and Harry Greb fight it but tor the right to meet and that will keep them busy until such time asODowd can arrange a Grab and Al McCoy are to have it out on May 13 atr Cincinnati when they in a 12round Greb is most anxious to meet either TommyGibbons or Eddie UlfH f CALL TO FRANCE PERPLEXES NMTIY By some sort of other or a referen how the expression of opinion was secured is not made clear in the American soldiers in of whom there are a million or have decided they want Christopher Mathew on to come over and take charge of their baseball and have Issued what the pro bably regards in the light of a j It is a great tribute to Mattys in and by that we mean the estimate the baseball pub Re uas ot him as that such call should come to but we rather fancy that It is more senti fine as may than that actuates the soldiers in their It seems to be a case of elect ing a man first and then creating the he is to fill as a sort of second something that makes It rather confusing annd embarrassing to the man upon whom the mantle is o And Matty has asked some details to what the eall is before he de cides to accept Gives Indefinite The fhing seems to come through the that operates behind the lines in France for the well being of the soldier spiritually and physic promotion of baseball and other being part of the physical Improvement The man de scribed as being in charge of activities cables Matty that he has been elected to develop the game on the western certainly an in The Is Important MICHCUN RCO TUBES ARE CURVED TO FIT THE definite and certainly not put in a way that would appeal to a man by virtue of having the qualifications naturally would first to know what is re Do the million men who are playing more or less baseball behind the lines in as occasion want a man to teach inside tricks of the game the diamond or to coach pitchers Do they want a man to scout through a thousand company or regi mental teams and select an allstar ag gregation that shall be recognized as the armys cream of Do they an executive who shall be a sort ot a league president or the general head of a hundred possible leagues What do they want anyway Mattle Seeks great as have his ac complishments as a great as may be bis potentialities as a man great as may be his might bethe one man for the job in some and he might not be for some other At least he has a right to has just what parts of the general conglo meration of possibilities he ia sup posed to fit There are great possibilities the development of baseball as a recrea tion and as an exercise among a mil lion men who have a good deal of time on their hands to devote to Since there are such great possibil ities the first thought that comes to us is that iv is no offhand this attempt to select the one man who is to lead that It might be suggested that the well meaning which seems to have extended the call to could have arranged a conference with those who have had something to do with baseball development and organization and thus secured a few ideae on what really is the best plan for directing and developing this new factor in Bijou Motor Parlors Limited THE HOUSE OF SERVICE STREET SOUTH BASEBALL RESULTS AMERICAN Boston 20 13 New York 10 15 Louis 15 14 18 17 Chicago 16 15 Philadelphia 14 17 Washington 15 1 Detroit p 17 May hit both Boland and Jones hard to day and easily defeated Detroit 7 to Score S 1 Washington 12 1 Cunningham and Stanage Ayers and May hits figured largely In Philadelphias vic tory over Louis 8 to In the second MacAvoy tripled with two on bases and in the third Burns also with two on Seore Louis 10 1 Philadelphia 9 2 Rogers and Nunamaker Myers May Red Cross War Fund netted over from todays game between Bostonand which the latter won six to Score 13 1 Boston 9 1 Shellenback and Lynn Bush and New May New York Americans held a Red Cross field day here today and defeated Cleveland by a score of 7 to Score Cleveland 3 2 New 13 0 Morton and ONeill Thormahlen and NATIONAL New 23 10 11 Cincinnati 21 16 Pittsburg 15 14 14 IS 14 18 Brooklyn 12 21 Louis 11 23 May took the last game of series from Louis today one to after los ing three straightto the Score Brooklyn 4 1 2 2 Grimes and Miller Sherdell und May defeated Pittsburg today 2 to Cooper pitch ed good ball for tho home Score 1 9 1 Nehf arid Wilson Cooper and Ar May came from behind today and by heavy hit ting defeated New York 7 to mak ing it three Score New 0 0 1C 2 Causey and Me Carty Hendrlx May fine pitching enabled Philadelphia to even up the series by winning todays game 2 to Score Philadelphia 8 S 7 1 Mayer and Burns Bregsler and AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Louisville 4 Kansas City Other games INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Newark 3 Toronto Buffalo 1 Jersey City Baltimore 1 Syracuse Korlieriter 0 ilingliamptou R INTERNATIONAL Ioriland 2 Seattle Vancouver 3 Aberdeen LOCAL CLEANS UP BIG PRIZES AI COAST Tusons Quapaw Civil ian Wins Three Specials in in Show Though the Calgary newspap ers have been blazing the splen did showing made by Calgary bull dogs at the Vancouver bench the Calgary which made such a splendid show ing are members of Tusons At the Vancouver May 24th and Tuspns bulldog Quapaw won special best cupfor best non sporting and gpjdjmedal for best dog in show all Quapaw Civilian handled by Bob Thomson of At the Calgary bench show on April Tusbri alto clean ed up the major successive wins puts the Chin ook Kennels of Lethbrldge on the map in the bench world of South ern 24INNING LONGEST BasebaM Has Experienced Many markable There is always a great deal ot in terest as well as argument pro and con regarding the length of extra in ning The following shows the longest of the extra games played in both the American and Na tional It will be seen thaj the game of September 1916 be tween the Athletics and Boston Red Sox holds the record for innings National Twentytwo Brooklyn Pittsburg August Twentyone Innings New York Pittsburg July Twenty innings Cincinnati 7 Chi cago June 1892 Chicago Phil adelphia August Chicago Pitts burg June liioa PJttsburg Boston July 1912 Chicago Brooklyn June Eighteen innings Providence De troit August 1882 Louis Brooklyn August 19d2 Chicago Louis June 1905 Pitts burg Chicago June American Twentyrfour inriingsriPhlladeJphia Boston September Twenty Philadelphia Boston July Nineteen innings Washington Philadelphia September 1912 Chicago Cleveland June Eighteen Chicago York June Detroit Washington July 1909 Wash ington Chicago May Seventeen Louis Chicago May 1902 Chicago Detroit May 1912 Chicago Louis May 1913 Chicago Bos ton May VETERAN PLAYER GIVES TO WAR Wrigley Quit Job to Aid May Wrig veteran haa left Phila delphia to do his whole He will act OE physical director at Camp which is located near Chilli xeko is far above the draft age and gave IIP a position pay ing him nearly a week to take up the He owns three houses here and is in comfortable circum but he thought he ought to something moro than buy a Lib erty boijd or Wrigley has for early trans fer to lie wants to be near the Wrigley is a likeable us well as able chav and pugftt tobe come vary popular the men in khaki at Camp Something to Stop Lefthanded pitching checked the Giants In IitubuiB and lefthanded pitching will trouble them all the To all appearances It la the ouly structural weakness of the 8IG LEAGUES MAY Many Baseball Stars Answer Call of Battle and Major Leaguers BecomeScarce New minor leagues mustbe ripped open to feed the ma r The warning sounded a short time ago by Charles president ot the Brooklyn National league carried a weight of wisdom and far sight that eventually mutt be taken to heart by every league club The situation le this So many men have left thebig eagues through the national draft and through enlistment in the army or navy that the supply of Vail play ers ol big league ability has dropped to a small While there isnt a single club owner In the big leagues has complained when he was forced 6 glve up Ebbets felt that he had been left to pad dle alone In the No a National league magnate has offer ed a helping hand to the squire of McGraWs Chansons Most of the magnates in the Tener Ircyit have feltjthe handof nearly as strongly as has Colonel Bb but there are cases in that or ganization wherea club owner would be doing little harm to his own chances by dropping off a few play ers to the For Instance there is the The 1917 cham ibns of the National League didnt pee a single regular In the Davey Robertson Joined a civil of the army and didnt but John McGraw was fortunate enough to have Ross Young in It is ertain that he could WUbert Robinson to a player so and stagger along in some That it is If early spring rec ords have anything to do with play ng strength for the Jlants were earing holes in the whole National league for a Ebbett Ebbets lost player after player when the boards begau to There Intielder Pitchers Smith and and other lesser lights who would have been used to plug up gaping holes in the In addition to Al Maraaux prob ably will be taken from the Dodgers when the next call is made for Maiuaux is far from through and his loss would be keenly Jimmy also is a 1A player and he expects to called into service before the summer is Magnates evidently are slipping a cog in not realizing the to which their brothers The call for assistance is out and will be hanging out until something is Minor leaguers had just an well brace themselves for wholesale raids on their DROPS DEAD IN FED Coroner Heart Was Subject To a TAIOTEST May aged 37 a prosperous young farmer living about fourteen miles north east Ot left his home at 7 on Saturday morning for on the north end ot his he did not return at which was not but at supper time he was still absent and his men began to search for This was kept un til and renewed at daybreak Sunday His body was found in his field about mile from the An Investigation was held by Coroner Grady and the doctor certi fied that death was due to heart fail as he was Subject to and ho had been warned by the doctor to take things only during last He was married and leaves a wife and one He pome from Holland about eight years and made a successful farmer May was farm iers day in the churches throughout At the various schools and churches in Maoleod large congregations greeted the who delivered tothem sermons suit able for the a farmer living five miles north of died Sunday night after a lingering as a painter on the town water missed his foot ing and fail few feet to the hurting his own anatomy more the railing and be back at work in a few CONTINUED nov FBONT addition to the Mine Rescue and First Aid also to be held on July at Henderson there will also be a contest held in First Aid work for ages up to 16 years inclusive for members of the There will bo three teams frqm Lethbridge and Is expected Uwt two teams from outside points will take part In tho junior Information re the above contest can be had from District Inspector of out rain or and frequent west making many feel that mois ture is the cool nights have the effect of making the grain with rain and warm days it will grow ORION May seeding is done in this the flax drilled this week will wind up the The crops have been held back by the frost and want of rain but no damage has been the growth check If the ground gets more moisture there will be more land broken for next Some wheat has baen taken the the sur plus from the last PINCHER Pincher May ten degrees of frpat were registered one night during the past no damage to crops has been heard The seeding Is practically completed and conditions are believed to be satisfactory over the entire May the very heavy snow ot a couple qt weeks there lias been no moisture to speak but he crops are looking and not suffering in the All the seeding Is May the seed ing In this district is The wheat is showing above ground and is in good Though there has BAp FIRE IN TORONTO May people had a narrow escape from being burned to loath at 2 oclock this morning when tiro broke out in a houno on Hlmcoe Street in the Jewish quarter andspread to four adjoining crowded When the fire was discovered the flames were making their way to the when tho neigh were awakened a number ol women became hysterical and hjwl to be removed from their rooms to safety by The occupants were forced to flee to the street In I heir night Several houses wore destroyed Klie duuiage is ugtiuwod at been no rain to speak the grain It not ad there is plenty o moisture1 as yet in Iw BOW Bow May Is flnt I There has been no rain for UK past but there hae been no need of The frosty nights have don a no damage to the although growth may been The warm weathr now will bring thm for KILDA NEWS Ktlda is mosl through in this district and therp is a tvery large acreage this Snow storms are visiting frequently but the crops are certainly in need ot them at Fairbanks left for Great where he has enlisted in the American army where it is hoped tha best of luck will follow Gilder and accomp anied by and Ropcoe and son made a business trip to Sweet one day last Someone liae been breaking into the buildings and derrick of the Co during the past but it isnt likely to happen again soon as the watchman id sleeping with one eye open Reeve Da vies lias returned from where he has been on ow COLLARS FOR SPRING SERVICE STATION HENRVYDENN Proprietor All Makea Batteries Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street Phone 616 Auto Tires OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System ReTreading and Repairing By Experienced Workmen All Work Guaranteed SPECIAL EQUIPMENT FOR RIM CUT REPAIRS RITCHIE 208 13th Ellison Mills How Many Old Tires Did You Change When Out Driving on Sunday Replace those old casings with new We are headquarters for all the best makes and BAALIM MOTOR Do Nat Forget to Leave Your Old Tires and Tubei in Our Red Crow HOME OF THE CHEVROLET BACK Ot UNION SANK HARRY I ;