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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETKBRIDGK DAlLTf HEftALD MONDAY, AUGUST 5. UP PATHER" By, G. Me Maims. OH1. HOVJ DO WAIT A MINUTE' VHX WON'T LET ME THE 6ETTS.HC.OTOTHE LOOK Mil. RlCHT THERE COES THE FROKT DOOR THINK I WANT IU-KANE TO CUR TO bEE. XOU The Sport Ed Delehanty Hit the Old Horse- hide No Matter Where it Charles Webb Mho still faas dass a week though he 1 is ont of baseball was matching Cic- Cravath o' Oie Phillies hit those long drives ot'hls during practice at ihs Csfcs' park recently. "None'of them "can swat the ball h'ke Delehanty could when' he was with the Murphy. "He had some mates .who could go, loo, Flick, Laicie once heard how Billy Earl caughl his flrst-gamo against Dele- hanty. It seems that Del cracked the first ball, a .high one, way on tho "outside tor a double. Next limo up Earl another signal and Del nailed one the inside for a "On DelehanlvJ third Journey to 'the plate tha jpljcher threw a ;Wlld batter It as he would If ho were playing crlckel, and converted It into a single. "Ec.rl plainly amaied. So vvhsn Uelehaaty reappeared for fourth asked, 'Don't-you ever wait till tbe ball comes ncross "Delehanly grinned. 'No.' he re- marked, 'only the poor batters wait for that kind.1 time, when Shettsline, now secretary of the Quakers, was manager c-f the team, an Important came' where runs were badly ceeiJed. Phtliy got rnnnjrs on first and second before anybody was out- It was thisn Delehanly's turn at bat. "Elietlsline called Ed 10 one sido and said, 'You lay down a sacrifice bunt now. and I'll have the nest fel RESULTS Boston Cleveland AMERICAN Won. Lost. 61 40 58 -.'IV 56 48 low try to hit one out and score both men.' Deleliaaty nodded, 'All ho answered. "Shettsllne was surprised when Delehanty la'd on the first ball pitch- ed and slammed it ont for a home run. 'is he rounded third. Shettsllne called It you didn't buntr si Tiever laughed Del. ''1 know how.'" one that hll ront ot Del: JThe. -D-" ls NOT PRINTED Yoa're It VVESTBROOK BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal "The :Sanitary Shop" THE, PALACE GARAGE AND REPAIR SHOP GOLF IS OOOD FOR AHMY MEN. j ..___. Lives by Playing Game. A story is .told of a, golfer who, after-fooillng, called golf a rotten game. His opponent remark ed .that at any rate it a rather le'althy pastime, whereupon the other repled, 'Yes, and it costs the country a lot -of money.-in old days majors, colon generals, navai Captains, admir- als and other pubic men, when they retired from .active service, found ;beir way into a clab and drank kiea and sodas for tea or-three years until they died. Now they find golf clubs" and play goH, thereby living forever.' 4 QUICK AND SATISFACTORY REPAIRS. FULL LINE ACCESSORIES TIRES, TUBES STORAGE W. S. Cook 308 Second. Avc. E. E. Peck Phone 6E5 Washington 56 43 Now York........45 4S Chicago 45 52 St. 1-dnis......... -45, 53 Detroit 44 '56 Philadelphia 33 5S SATURDAY GAMES Philadelphia 7 0 Chicago 7 1 Gregg. Perry and Perkins; Qulnn and Schals. 'Washington 14 2 Detroit C 3 Shaw and Alnsmith; Boland, Jones, Bailey, Hall and Slanage. Boston'.. 3 2 11 1 Jones and Agnew; .Bagby and O'Neill. New G 5 St. 5 3 .'Keating. and Wai ters'; Sdtho'rdn, and' Nuiia- DESIRABLE U' Fashion Craft" At Clean-Up Prices V Formerly and Now. maker. SUNDAY GAMES Detroit, Aug. two-base hit by Cobb following Bush's single and Jones' single gave Detroit an eighleen lining 7 to 6 victory over Washing 3n in 'the second -game of today's ouble header. Washington won the rst game by 7 to Qi Scores: First Vashineton 11 Philadelphia ...I.'-OOO 010 32 Ames and Gmrzates; Adams. Pitlsburg .........102 000 3 1 Boston Sanders, Slapnicka, Comslock and Schmidt; George andtW-lson.' Chicago n'.O New York '.....-Oil Oil S 0 Douglas, Carter and Klllifer; Cau- sey and Second Chicago ........360 001 -14 New York......000 -3lO 6 10 1 Hendrlx.- 5Iartln ritl. Demaree, Steele and Hariden. Cincinnati 14 Brooklyn .......100; OO'O. 1 King George ot England is plain- tiff-In a sail' filed In the statejsup- reme .court at Newark, N.J., asking COO against the Le- bigh Valley- R.R., In connection with the destruction ot British-owned mu- nitions In-: the disastrous Black Tom I Island eiplbsion, at Jersey City, in july.-lOlG.'The French republic enter eJ claims' tor The damag club swinging, ho should feel very much at. home. ff M-l fft f{ -'t ''fb 4 r eastern games alread mong IhE arran ged, for Good Meal 'Prepared and server! hy all while help nt REASONABLE CHARGE Vrju will always have a satisfy- ing meal al ihp TheSilverGrill Cor. 4th AVJ. 4 6th St. The Nash Six Beautiful, Comfortable. DISTRIBUTORS' Baalim Motor Company Back of Union Bank "i ThroW Your Old Tires and Tubes in Our Red Box. ;