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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta UP FATHER By McManus Of THEM IM I KIN f MAT KINO W TALK DO THM fcOT XOO MOST UP TO ME FOR fOO WiFt MILLION MRBS The Sport Page BASEBALL RESULTS NATIONAL Lost Boston 60 37 Cleveland 55 43 53 43 New 4R 44 Detroit 43 53 43 51 Louis 41 53 38 56 received brilliant support from Brooklyn and the locals defeated Cincinnati today 4 o Score Cincinnati 000 3 2 001 6 0 Jacobs Coombs Schmidt blank ed Louis in the first game of a double header today and won 7 to Louis won the second 3 to in the tenth The scores St Louis 000 3 2 000 8 1 Meadows and Gonzales Jacobs and Second Louis 100 000 11 2 Philadelphia 100 000 6 1 Doak and Gonzales Prendergast and New de feated New York here today 5 to Score Chicago 110 9 0 New 000 1 0 Vaughn and Killifer Toney and worlds record for big league of 20 innings without a run being scored by either team was made today by Pittsburg and Pittsburg making two runs in the twentyfirst innings and winning 2 to The previous no score record was eighteen Todays was the longest National league game played in this Boston had nineteen men left on bases and played errorless ball while brilliant support saved Mayer in sev eral The score 000 000 000 000 000 000 12 1 000 000 000 000 000 000 15 0 Mayer and Cooper and Schmidt Nehf and OUR BEST IS NOT PRINTED Youre It WESTBROOK Opposite Bank of Montreal Sanitary Shop THE PALACE GARAGE AND REPAIR SHOP QUICK AND SATISFACTORY FULL LINE OF ACCESSORIES TUBES STORAGE Cook Peck 308 Second 665 PHONE 733 FOR THE REPAIR SHOP and Small AMERICAN Lost Chicago 61 32 New York 37 Pittsburg 49 43 43 48 Cincinnati 41 49 Brooklyn 41 50 Boston 41 54 St 39 59 Philadelphia 100 11 0 Cleveland 60 could not hit New York today and the visitors won 7 to Score New 010 12 1 Detroit 22 Caldwell and WalKer Jones and INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Newark 4 Toronto Buffalo 3 Jersey City Baltimore 3 Rochester Binghampton 0 Syracuse Operate 1300 The is operating 1300 huts in the French army and this number is to be increased to TROTTER IS REAL St wild throw in the eighth let in the winning Boston winning 2 to 000 4 1 Louis 000 5 2 Ruth and Mayer and Sev home rua which drove Risberg in ahead of gave Chicago a 2 to 1 victory over Washington Score Washington 000 7 1 Chicago 000 5 0 Mattes on and Ainsmith Russell and won Its first game of the year in Cleveland 4 to having lost eight games priorto Score SERVICE STATION HENRY DENN Proprietor All Makes of Batteries Charged mi and Repaired 7th Street Phone 616 AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System RETREADING REPAIRING By Experienced All work Special Equip ment for Rim Cut RITCHIE 13th Ellison Mills Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND Shock Absprbers for Ford Phone 1023 324 11th Street Hutchinson Five to Eight Thousand Miles and never off the Some record for a fabric Of it was a Better try BIJOU MOTOR or Gain of 62 Seconds in Rate of Speed for Mile Mark 100 Year Progress The trotting horse is an American England developed the Prance the and Russia the all of which are typical of the nations in which they but none of them can compare with the American trot ter in the matter of from the battle front to the plow or from the race track to a heavy At the beginning of the second cen tury of light harness it ia well to stop and take a glance back ward over the field that has been traversed by those who laid the foun dation of the breed in a new coun try and assisted in reducing the rec ord from three made by Boston Blue under the saddle on the Jamaica turnpike on Long Island in to Uhlans to harness at in A gain of 62 seconds in the rate of speed for a mile marks the progress made in 100 years and it is very doubtful if these figures will be reduced eight seconds in the next Traces Back to The trotter as a breed traces to the English horse He landed in Philadelphia In 1788 and died at Long Island in after mak ing 20 stud seasons in New York and New He during that mated with a few thoroughbred but the majority of those bred to him were descended from the Dutch horses which were brought from Holland by the founders of New Amsterdam and which in the century that elapsed prior to his ar rival spread over the states where he was located as well as Xew Justin the founder of the family which bears his no doubt traces to the Hame Tills was the strain that put the trotting gate In the American juet as a Dutch when mated with produced the pregenltor of tho Orloff in Gave Breed It would be absurd to admit that a running con trolled tho gait of tho American liot but the stamina which ha and Ills descendants iJoaseHsod gave their progeny tho nerve force to carry tho new gait over a distance of ground when they showed a disposition to use it instead of the Is admitted that the thoroughbred horse can trot in any animal but the dwelling stride of the running horse is a thing apart from the round stroke which dis tinguished all of the early trotterB and which many of tliom could carry for three or even four mile heats under the saddle or to Hoston the first horse to win a trotting was shipped to Boa ton from where he was at one time used towing boats on the Ken nehec river between Augusta and He also trotted a mile in over the Lynn turnpike before Major Jones made his of with Colonel Bones of Maryland that produce a horso that could trot a mile in three His success prompted to race at the trotting gait and encouraged matches as in 182J Topgallant de feated Betsy Baker at three miles in a rate of for the He was raced for many years and U Captures Seven First in First Week of Racing at North Randall Ohio The returns for the first grand cir cuit meeting at North show that Thomas Murphy has the best average stable of his During the week he started 14 horses and won with Miss Harris in the fastest heat of tho year The which he held over since Dark Direct urn Selah Baird and the Sllike gelding Three of the horses that Walter Cox trained over the snow banks at last camo through as while Lu Prince Ecm also served notice on all prospect ive freeforallers that he is ready for the fray by winning in and repeating jn Game of Chance also won a brilliant race in while Peter Vonia gathered in one of the 3yearold Ben who wintered at paraded a wonder ful pair of 2yearolds in with which he won in and which finished second to with Geers in the As he has a small stable Geers was not very much in the limelight at North Ran but on the last day he won a clever race with Knap McCarthys old June in Ma mie Locke was Valentines only win ner during the although he was in the money with Hal Flo Mary Rosalind The Toddler and Baxter McMahon also made his presence felt by winning with Hal Boy Belle Alcantara and Miss The splendid race won by Blnland in was one of the outstanding features of the North Randall meet and as he was bred in Ohio the victory was very The mistake Wilkes Brewer made in the third heat of the Ohio stake also gave Blanch Carter an opportunity to make good and win in time that he could almost make on a twolap The remarkable showing of tho get of Peter the Great was a feature at this grand circuit as it has been at so many in Ohio this Of the winners Hollyrood Miss Harris Pctor Vouia and Dark Flower are by while of the placed horses Peter Chestnut Brother Czar Peter and Pete Lafayette appear in his list of The Kentucky futurity also had only two starters at the They were and Dagas and both of them were CLOTHING UP About 150 HighGrade Fashion Craft Suits Very Much Reduced If you have yet to learn the satisfaction of a Fashion Craft here is an oppor tunity to do so at a big Little or none of the merchandise offered can be reproduced to sell even at their former low much less at these very liberal Goodness only knows where next seasons woolens are coming from or what they will But we must make room for our fall Hence this clean Mens High Grade Fashion Craft Suits Formerly and Reduced to Materials and patterns all that could be LOUIS KEEL 318 FIFTH HOME OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES AND TKE FLORSHEIM BASEBALL FUTORE Meeting Tomorrow Will Decide What Major Leagues Will Do Because of the American Red Cross the Young Mens Christian Associa and other allied bodies doing war work in France are unable to obtain a sufficient number of women the war department pro hibition granting passports to i relatives of and men of the I American expeditionary forces was modified by Jeiiiral chief of so as to permit sisters of sol diers to nerve workers under cer tain credited with he first mile below New York Club Formed In The New York Trotting club was organized in It built a track on Long In 1828 Hunting park was built near Philadelphia and in a brief courses were estab lished at Jersey City and while such old timers as Sally Topgal Awful and Lady Suffolk were busy racing over reducing their rec ords eaeli season until in 1815 Lady Suffolk staniul tlio list by win ning a heat in to In the interval Itattlor had in 1830 trotted to while Edwin Forest won in ivhon the trotters began to appear in Dmrhman made a record of in Uiptou reduced it tp in it was the limit until Lady Suffolk beat The next change was made in when Ta cony trotted in and the following year Mora Tuuipiu rodueud it to She ultimately left the mark at in From that date to the pres ent the worlds record wai held by Goldsmith Jay Eye Nancy The Lou Dillon ua4 July Ban of the American to night called a special meeting of tha organization to bo held in Clove land Saturday definitely to decide on the proposed early closing of the sea son and the staging of the worlds series prior to September in com pliance to Secretary Bakers work or fight There also will be a special meeting of the national base ball commission in Cleveland at th2 same President Johnson said he was strongly opposed to continuing base ball after September as ho believes to play after that date would he a direct violation of the war depart ments The American league executive in confident his club owners will vote unanimously to close earlier than Sec retary Baker Clark manager and part owner of the Washington and Charles owner of the Chi cago are tho only club owners opposed to tho Johnson and adilcil that Comiskey had agreed to cant his vote with the ma July deci sion on how and when to end the base ball for the two major leagues will be reached Saturday at At the request of Ban Chair man Herrmann called the meeting of the baseball commission for 11 oclock Saturday morning at Herrman also wired invitations to the owners of the clubs of the Nation al and American leagues to He indications are that practically all club owners will he at the meet John president of tho National in a telephone con versation from New York with Herr said that he would not attend the mooting as ho had decided not to attend any more sessions of the Nat ional it is under is in line with his declaration several weeka ago that he would not sit with Johnson in any baseball mat following the dispute over the Pitcher Perry Chairman Horrmun said that at the Cleveland mooting the question of when to close tho major leagues season and also the question of hold ing a worlds series will bo definite ly and will not act with that body in the Herrman stated tonight that in his opinion the regular playing season of the National league would end on Labor and the worlds series would take place early in Sep LEONARD SUCCEEDS Brother of Lightweight Champion Appointed Boxing further the Cleveland meeting called for Saturday to con siilor the closing date of the baseball August chairman of the national said to night Tener will not he on hand at Cleve In fact I talce it for granted that lie has resigned from the commission appoint ment of Charlie brother of Kenny as boxing instructor at Camp has been announced by Joseph R Ray head of the athletics division of the war department on commission on training camp Prior to his appointment Charlie Leonard assist ed his brother as boxing instructor Camp Upton for several At Camp Ucvens ho will succeed Battling Levinsky who has resigned from the training camp commission to enter other war liaycroft also announced the ap pointment of Tommy Dixon us boxing instructor at Camp Fred noted athlete and foot ball coach at has been appointed special assistant to He has detailed for service at the office of lie training camp Best White Cooks in the City AT THE TheSilverGrill A fit Nash DISTRIBUTORS Baalim Motor Company Back of Union Throw Your Old Tires and Tubes in Our Red Crou ;