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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, AUGUST "BRINGING UP FATHER" By The Sport IIM RESULTS In the seventh scores Austin with the winning run today and St. Louis de- feated Sew York 3 to 2. Score: New 4 I SI. 6 0 Mogrldge and. Walters; Wright and Philadelphia-Chicago, postponed. rain. Double header tomorrow, AMERICAN Won. Loat, Boston Cleveland Washington JCew'J-York Chicago Detroit St. touii Philadelphia SO 56 54 3S 3S 43 .43 :45 51 at 53 56' P.C. .613 .505 .557 .016 .457 .443 ,442 .404 Cleveland Awg 2 made passe Chicago New York Pittsbirg NATIONAL, Won. Lost. 62 32 57 40 Philadelphia Brooklyn Cincinnati Boston li'- SI. Louis 43 42 41 42 40 49 50 50 54 59 P.C. .600 .527 .467 .457 .451 .438 .404 of Its hits .find its two count for runs toda others they know of. To say what system of handicappini s the best Is not so easy. The Calkin iystem Is well recommended and ap- proved by the" Royal Canadian Golf Association and 'copies of the system and handicap table can be supplied by the Canadian Qolfer Magazine, who are willing to" forward them to any were able to return let ter'scores than pre vlously. Nearly all players, nave. the same experience but I do- not am never did consider that a sutficler. Watson, reason to Increase any player's handi f cap. I have known players, however Aug. made who we Retreated father :f'two' straighVfrom 'Cincinnati by were asked' to do the neit to.impos- Oesciger and Adams. a ff 15c. CIGAR Truly, a NOBLEMEN among cigars. Have .you smoked one lately? A rich, fragrant, satisfy- ing smoke, kindly to the nerves and mild and uniform in quality; Sons Limited MONTREAL. 407 Aother American Version Basetralfe Invasion of Former (Jricket Centres I think the focal''secrotary 'should for a It workable should give'It ?i'( -DAVE HOME today's game 2 to 1. Score: Ring and Wingo; Cheney and Mil- YANKS ARE STRONG. If the American league does not dis- band thYYankees mar be eipected to win a greater percentage oE their games from "now oh. The reason Is that Herbert Thormanten, their sen- sational young pitcher will be back in the game again this week. Thormah- len, who his last seven; :b'ecarne iltioIiptonjaiiL polspning and then Injured'His'knee. Ha his been out'of the game for leveral weeks. Camouflage SERVICE STATION HENRYTDENN Proprietor All Mtkei of Bitterln ChirjEd and Repaired 7th S, Phone AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES, VULCANIZED By the Famous Hay wood System RE-TREADING A REPAIRING By Experienced Workmen. All work guaranteed. Special Equip- for1 Rim Cat Repairs. RITCHIE 13th St S. Opp. Elllton Mlllf Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK .HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY. HsuleV Abwrbert for sible to-win'a on the handicaps alloled Io them by Ihe'cpm- mitlee. Why-they should have been placed on the marks they had. was more than I could understand; as their nverage games did.not warrant them being so heavily handicapped.' In cases of that kind Ijlo and have fav- ored them being raised to a mark where they at- least bad a sporting chance of pulling .a win.'With scratch players, ani against and always have-heea of allowing them any handicap at all .-Imply be- cause they-have gone off their game, even although, been 'playing under thilr form for er part of the.seasonV for If he Ja ,a player entitled to be on scratch it-Is up to him to bring himself back io the it io often done, and t'n bCKlnoora should not ,cipeft It, o that they til M 111 In their drat coraputitldn. Allhough ft handfcapa shouM bp as near aa po: aible arranged to glvo every-ons fair chance of beglnne periy flied, t do'not wa'nl'a'6y b'djii and Described-tho Iho "At the endj.ot Ilia ho remarked: 'game; boys pog'h tl I a I ry If like :'lo spolie up 'i' rising young cricketer, "but Isn't'.It rather -'This- Idea' (3 being England.' Through the1 Aineri the, An'gib-Ameri canjicaiue', .baseball dally denrorigEr'atcd: aohiewhere In.thc Brit and'thelnatlvea that "the gaSife 3ias. In "geriu.1 no "merit It the' Iruth ftany an I ng llBhman Is putting aside h's prejudice (or cricket and Is going to-i baseball gamo whenever ho can famlllarlzo tho.rules and the plajs not long Jhd: bsnlrlt LINERS.' 0 days beforo .th'at.ho ril'ight frlenda.and neighbors a'correct llhilallon ot tbe .art. ,-'Football and cricket clubs through nit-the island have'graciously.given heir fiefds to the soldiers and Eallors rom overseas. The '.Y.M.tXA. 'Is supplying bases, bats and'balls and working with Ar- te Ijatham, one' of .baseball's Brand- daddies and the moving spirit'ot tha Anglo-American .tca'gue, In the matter o.t arranging a schediito and providing umpires. y .In the-American ca'mps oulsWo'Ihe league radius tho cO'Operatcs with' command Ing. officers to see that baseball, and plenty of It Is always i Thero are eight.teams in the league nd'they, play and holi- daya. The pVesenfy'scheduIo" carries piaygrounda y, Northoll Hpunslow, and 3un- nt.ngdaie. w611 into AdmlSBion .runs -ironr 8d. {16c) for standees to Is.'; Sil. (about for grandstand .The stands were h'dljt. primarily :for foothall, but ilia monds havo boen eo laid, out Ilia from all seals. 'spectators may havo and fajrly> close-up views of the proceeds. are Io he given to ap proved Itrltlsh Syar charities. Thu fifa game of the season between an army If (he "work or. order does lot put baseball out of existence, Dig im Vaughn, the ace of the Chicago Jubs' pitching staff, may break tho held by flrpyer Cleveland of 13 victories In "one1 season. When Vaughn pitched the Cubs Io victory' on July 25, he registered his 18th iory and the season little rnore thin half through. He been Swlnnfiig with regularily slnce.the seaio'h'.aUlri-- od and.l3 even bettor now tbap whSti the .cimpalgii Vaughn 'has -lof f only-JTIVe games' to date. cM baa' boon able to'iwin rnoro' than 6n8 game from lilm, lie has ths atiire of tho Cardinal} five times and Iho Plralce three. .Vaughn liSs'th? physique to work in two 4 week an he l> rfaet two Inches' tall and weighs 2flO pounds, "Whcczer" Dell, former Northwest- ern league pitcher, who went to Brook' Irn-and lalor loiin J- his odast 18 jn ItWiWg show (ft'Jfti tit i tiiirabef ofUVCTSClana'tl Redi, hen soldier teams met for f tho British YVCA Portland ibrew put the In a speech tit the end of play made this sig- nificant-statement: we have seen thj great American gatnc of haseba1! wo apprc Bli'dVi his Instructions .to the nien on." the Held. playersahemselves kept -op a running tho ot the umpire procla'ini- ing (bo'balls''and! the1'strikes.' The spe'ea game Is at lirst confusing to the English mind. lowing tho ball If as as It la to the novice at an Atne'rlcan foot- ball game. An American "who sat- est -to Englishman at Chelsea ro- enlly undertook fo ciptaln to his: -leighbor different pla'i'i "as they oc- :urred. Several times Ea'gllshmaa "That ball I.Where IB it nW.'pieaae? Awfully hard to watch it lly back and, 'orlh, you1 'And again, when tho aborlstop ot .he in the field snapped up a. grounder and started a doubls play way of second .uv "7 Keally, playe mpvo so awiitly thHt .hey overlap, don't Nevertheless, by the t-'tho seventli inning IblSjSame Englishman understood what Is meant by a single and wag able lo'-lell tlie was out, knew when the a ball'aml when he called a strike and could toll, tbe 'turn on foul; 'balls. There were also other; points, stealing, keeping close to, tho bases, foul strikes that tic was ,grasp. What Is, more, hu said at th'c finish: .1.1 another game next" Bat- urday, Isn't Ihcroi 1 shall come out, as 1 think I shall like baseball. One must havo very clear wits to plajr It well, musn't Best White mL i x io0ks the Gity J The Nash Six Comfortable. PISTRIBUTOKS S f T F Baalim Motor Company Back of Union Bank Throw Your Old Tires and in Our Red Cross Box.' ;