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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LFfMBRlDOK DAILt HEftALD 1018 BRINGING UP FATHER By Me Manns OO YOU KNOW TO Oft BASEBALL BOXING RACING hSPORTM HOCKEY GOLF BOWLING BASEBALL AS SEEN BY A Distinguished War Correspon Adolphe Writes of Great American Game The great American game of base as seen by Adoplhe a distinguished correspondent on the Flanders is rather mixed up as the following writeup of a game played behind the first which appeared in a large Paris will This of which our beloved comrades in arms speak in terms is a puzzle to the unitiated and It Is of this reason that who have come at once from one of the com should make all this game is performed wltfiout the houses and a long Is of wood and so jocularly denomi nated with which the of which there are divided in make collision with the thereby escaping injuries Stationed where they cannot interfere with the viewpoint of the spectators are the Now my dear that yon a clear comprehension of this game have 1 shall proceed aa the iportswriters American do and ap portio nthe battle into nine phases Ye Gods Call Pop Inning Nine of these players have the field Each of them have with caution protected their hands right and one had the wisdom superb to safeguard his inatomique with a cushion pneuma alert a gentleman in uniform of blue speaks with feeling of artllleflr In technique of game It is announcing the a player takes a posture facing him and waves the It is possible he conspires to kill his Opponent of the cush ion pneumatique who elands directly to the yes that it tee Opponent with thought of magnificent hurls the ball madly at this wouldbe Bacre He has missed But fast does he of the cushion pneumatique re turn the ball grenade to his And the player with the great club Palerme he is hardened with his saying get him an the one next Once my See the ball grenade is again the air in What rapidity What certainty of quake thou Apach rascal of club How this is The rillian degraded has cunningly hit the grenade with his club the spectators by half are wildly indignant shout Ing Toubaggere Toubaggere one of them informed Their his dark it Is no doubt to takes to his He rune with splendid quickness direct at a player who is itanding on a It is pax apparent this player Is a for the irlle Apache converses with him ami tably and stays it is no doubt to form a league for evil Treated Umpire as a Boche It is clear here that Maxs atten tion was diverted to something be sides the Apache the because he closes Inning 1 by saying the players revers ed their positions and a sign signi ficant of zero was hung ufl to an ac companiment of Discussing the spectators Mai noted their strained expressions and attributed them to the practice of drinking flavored water corbonique from He states that he was surprised to find spectators throwing these bottles at the gentleman in the uniform of and that he fin j ally inquired about A very polite soldier who had just hurled his bottle told Max that the gentleman was suspected of being a Concluding his the French journalist assures his readers that the hint about the gentleman being a boche didnt get past and that I he had immediately placed the gentle man as suspect with the nearest office of the intelligence BASEBALL RESULTS AMERICAN Boston 28 13 New York 21 Cleveland 20 Louis li Chicago 15 Philadelphia H Washington 15 Detroit 10 IT 17 14 16 20 IS May won The following are the draws In con nection with the third round in the Captains Prize 1533 j McKilivp oil Skeith 6 Reid Mc Arthur 12 Mara Mac i leod 9 Park 405 i er IS Shepherd Fox 357 14 Tasker Craig 6 Barnsley Flem ing 30 Virtue Smith a postponed game from Detroit 7 to 1 the game being called in the FWaddington 27 Kel JESS WILLARDS COIN Fighter Did Not Make His Fortune in Prize New crawled through the ropes to fightj Jack Johnson at April he was flat He didnt possess enough coin of the realm to pad the proverbial and he knewthat if he lost he would have a tough time getting back to the States and paying up debts that had Less than three years last to be Wil lard was rated as the possessor of a fort ante that ranged between 000 and If this isnt a record for fortune when it is considered that from the time he faced Johnson until the present day the big fellow has fought only thirtysix then well buy the Fistic champions of the past in all other divisions had a much harder time getting their They were not boosted to the position of challengers over night like And they had to keep fight ing from time to time in order to cash in on the titles they had Wlllarda share tor fighting Jack Johnson was supposed to have been but expenses were so great that Willard did not get a dollar ac cording to both Tom Jones and Jack his joint managers at the Then the big fellow vodevll led for a while at a fat and in he raked in for boxing Frank Moran ten If it Is trua that Wlllard was clean as a Thanksgiving bird when he left the money he got for fight ing Moran Is the only money he has earned with his All the rest has been realized by commercializing his logg 36 Hincks Penne father 22 Toombs Me Swain 27 Guilbault Cleveland 10 1 Cocq 30 Marrs Tur seventh inning on account of Score 5 0 ney 30 Judge Davles 27 Dinning Wilson IS Toll Free man 30 Ritchie Joe Bawdea Menzie 20 McGregor Poapst 24 Gibbons Morris 25 Nelson Livingstone 30 Macbeth Fisher 27 Hannan 25 Hyde Long 20 Chaney Kirk ham 18 Davidson o Adams 221 Oxland H Me New York 16 0 Cready 25 Richards Mayor Hardle 20 Bertrand James and Stanage Coumbe and New May York de feated Philadelphia in both games of the first double header played here this the scores being 7 to 2 and 12 to First Philadelphia 7 2 New York 9 1 Geary and Perkins Love and Wal Second Philadelphia 293 Adams and McAvoy Fin Mogridge and May took both games of a double header from ington winning the first 4 to and stopping Walter Johnsons win ning streak and shut out the Senators in the second game 3 to Scores First Washngton 6 1 10 0 Harper and Ainsmith Mays and Second Johnson and Ainsmith Jones No other games 7 0 and NATIONAL PACIFIC COAST Sacramento 0 Los Angeles Vernon 0 San Francisco Oakland 2 Salt Lake INTERNATIONAL Portland 2 Seattle Vancouver 1 Aberdeen 4 f The Is Important MICHELIN RED TUBES ARE CURVED TO FIT THE Bijou Motor Parlors Limited THE HOUSE OF tEKVICI FIFTH SOUTH New 23 Chicago 22 Cincinnati 21 PULsburg 15 Philadelphia 15 Boston li Brooklyn 1 Louis 11 Deaper 24 MoNicol Moore The rules governingthe competi tion will be posted at club house prior to the opening of play Saturday Britishers the world over have a very warm spot in the hearts for the Brand the heroic United Statea Minister to who during the neutralitydid so much for the Allies and so much for the stricken He it was who fought so tenaciously for the life of the martyred Edith His name will always be held in fond remembrance by the peoples of the the Father1 of municipal golf in re cently received a notable letter from who is still in the following extract from which he forwards to the Canadian Dont let the young men neglect their game Remember that Waterloo was won on the play Ing field at and healthy out I door sports do more to make the j nation great than anything besides May and i moral They make it jjhy Boston broke even in the double i sically clean and strong and they header of the season Marquard teacn the ads tllc play and kept tho Braves hits well scattered in i that Is what we are fight the first Pillingham held for in this work n n 1C 15 is 19 23 opponents to four hits in the second game and shut them out 6 to Score First 0 Such a notable pronouncement from mien a notable la worthy of being heralded throughout the length and breadth the It Is 10 10 oia clarion call to old and young alike Ragan aijld Henry Marquard and to Play play up and thfl the individual life in the national life in the field of Second S 0 4 i Pillingham and Henry Grimes and May hits in the seventh inning today Phila delphia defeated New York 5 to 2 af ter the Giants had held the lead from the Score New York 8 3 Philadelphia 8 0 Tesroau and McCarty Prendergaat and double header wet AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Milwaukee 3 Kansas CHy Paul 1 Minneapolis Other games INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE liuffulo 1 Toronto Syracuse 1 Uochester HalUmuro i Hinghampton 10 Jersey wet work and in tho It will interest readers of this mag azine to know that Whitlouk If a golfer and the members of the Inverness of recently honored themselves by hon oring tho Minister to Belgium with a life membership in their Any golf club ihe AngloSaxon world oer would be proud to have tho name or Iinnl Whitlock on its membership He in one of the outstanding diplomatic and human tarlum figures of the Dempsey Won In Dejrjp of Salt hake knocked out Arthur the Canadian heavyweight in the flint round of a scheduled fifteen round bout here Tho bout lasted only one Deuipjiey opened the fight by rush ing who Htnmhled and tell be fore a blow was Pelkey re gained his feet and went into a sent a right the chiu and Pelkey fell to the floor for a count Of Ho again roxs and Uempsey Bent it left to the Unucking Pelkey EAST1ENTON SUNDAY BASEBALL No Fuss Against Desecration by Washington Now Crowded to Doors May nn old resident of the District of Columbia the relaxing of district regulations to permit Sunday baseball within the federal ten miles square gives par ticular emphasis to the change the war has brought to Sunday baseball Five years ago the very suggestion was despite all of her sal oons and abolished rather loose way living fa certain was As the responsibility for nil Washingtons law regulations Is on congress there was a very general shunning of Rallied 10 Even in the days prior to 1913 when saloons were only constructively closed on theaters were closed and ball parks had to U is not more than 10 years ago that a semiprofessional ball game on the outskirts of Washington was raided by the police and the participants The coming of the movie marked the breaking1 down of the blue laws as regards Sunday Along about without much be ing said about the movies began to open up on Sunday and not a kick was when Keiths vaudeville mov ed into new quarters in it be gan to present on Sunday nights its previous weeks bill under the label sacred and etill no great objection was Nevertheless tha police compelled legitimate theaters to remain dark on and this continued until the recent with no trumpet they blossomed out with Sunday night Baseball Fans With the coming of spring the base ball fans began to Everything was open save so why not open particularly in the face of the enormous new population COLLARS FOR SPRING STORAGE SERVICE STATION HENRY DENN Proprietor All Makes of 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 RITCHIE 208 13th Ellison for eager for the out of doors after six days In confining of And now wo have Churches have not made any objec In have their hands in Washington never were so crowded as BASEBALL HARD HIT BY Draft Keeps Managers Says Sleuth of Cleveland The baseball scout who goes through this season without nervous prostration or something worse will be At that is the opinion of Jack sleuth of the Cleveland who predicts this will he the tnpst strenuous year the ivory hunters have ever Every ball club will have to keep plugging Up holes during the says Men will be lost in the army draft right and tho wise manager and scout must antici pate these losses and get men who may fill in as soon as the regulars are What is even more difficult from our standpoint is that we can not go into the minors and take men in the draft as it wouldnt be long until their places would have to be It resolves itself Into a proposition ol getting men either over or under the draft and the players of this class are either apt to be too inexperienced for big league play or too old to go of much Another difficulty is that tho min and are not willing to lei loose of an dare not willing to let loose of players as in normal McCallister might have gone fur and said that the sleuthing game is going to be greatly be cause of the dearth of minor Many of them have not opened their and will not do and it re remains to be seen whether those that have started wlllbe able to finish the VETERAN BALL PLAYERS Plank and Cullop Have Taken H Farmers The voluntary retired list in base ball contains more names than usual this taking only those who have not gone to Nick Cul Eddie Eddie Chief George Chet Cy Williams and several others have quitthe two of these who have voluntarily retired figured In tho trade between tho Yankees and tho Browns last lefthand ers at but neither has done any pitching this They are Eddlo Plank and Nick Plank has remained at his home In Insisting that he Is through with major league baseball for all Down at his homo in Nick the other southpaw in the big is living the life of a farmer and not bothering his head about The Louis club ban made several efforts to coax NIcU away from his agricultural but thus far there doesnt seem to be any thing The contracts offered him have not carried enough and Nick eaid to so It is not unlikely that he has said fare well to the game for all Greb Beat May Greb of won fourteen rounds of his fifteenround bout with Soldier Bartfield of New according to the popular vordlct oil newspapermenat The men were Greb did nearly all the leading and had Bart field hanging on toward the end of the Greh scored a knockdown In the tenth Promotes Clear Thinking If smoking with your try Promoter Youll like the a cigar of rare bouquet that is so mild as permit its companionship all day Always the same good Drive Up to Our Door it your car meets with slight accident or some little thing goes Dont ne glect Little troubles grow big very suddenly and at the wrong time when Well come out and if the trouble is trivial we will fix things all right at once thus Having you future trouble and much BAALIM MOTOR Do Not Forget to Leave Your Old Tim and Tubes in Our Red Cross HOME OF THE CHEVROLET BACK OF BANK HARRY Mcjr ;