Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
age; six THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY. AUGUST 5. 1918 "BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. McManus ^ERE THE FRONT ooo?%e,eLL fix. HKS/E TO THE r1^^D it) GOT- b^T OOVN-DO^-OU think i v'xnt an^ of" OUR ^WELU rRiErNO"b to iEE too LIKE THAT - nj_ *, .45:1 Detroit ....... ____ 4i ,^(; .140 Philadelphia .. ____ ;!9 OS .402 ed and slammed it out for a liome run. A3 ho rounded third Shettsline called out. "How was it you didn't bunt?" " 'O, 1 �never bunt,' laughed Del. 'I don't even know how.' " GOLF IS GOOD FOR ARMY MEN. Retired Officers Lengthen Lives by Playing Game. A story is told of a golfer who. SATURDAY GAMES Philadelphia .. . 000,100.012-4 . 000,010,000-1 and Perkins; Gregg. Perry and Schalk. Wa.shlngton .. Detroit 7 0 7 1 Quinn 010,140,130-10 14 2 001,000,000- 1 � ;! Shaw and Ainsmith; Boland, Jones, Bailey. Hall and Stanage. one that hit injfront ot Del. ,The (after fooiUng his drive, called golf a rotten game. His opponent remark- OUR BEST "AD." /S NOT PRINTED You're It WESTBROOK BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal _"The Sanitary Shop" Boston Cleveland .. Jones and O'.Veill. New York .. St. Louis .. OOO.OlO.OOn-1 ?, 2 .. 000.104,00x-5 11 1 Aguew; Bagby and 230,000,000-r. f, 5 004,201,01x-8 S 3 Keating. Love, Robinson and Wal-, , , , tors; Sothoron, Houck and Xuna- ed tliat at any rate it was* a rather j maker. ...> .u SUNDAY GAMES Detroit, Aug. 4.-A t\vo-base hit by healthy pastime, whereupon the other replied: "Yes, and it costs the country a lot of money. In old days majors, colon- Cobb following Bush's single and Jones' single gave Detroit an eighteen els, generals, naval captains, admir-; inning 7 to 6 victory over Washlng-als and other pubic men, when they \ (on the second game of today's retired from active service, found, double header. Washington won the UD.AV15r5ON5iiM.T�M0NTREAL \Pj THE PALACE GARAGE AND REPAIR SHOP QUICK AND SATISFACTORY REPAIRS. FULL LINE OF ACCESSORIES TIRES, TUBES STORAGE W. 8. Cook , E. E. Peck 308 Second Ave. S__Phone 665 PHONE 733 FOR THE O.K. REPAIR 3H0P Shoes and Small Machinery. 817 Third Ave, their way into a club and drank whis kies and sodas for two or three years until Uiey died. Now they find golf clubs and play golf, thereby living forever.'' Scores: King George of England is plain-Uft in a suit filed in the state supreme court at Newark, N.J., asking $1,022,000 damages against the Lehigh Valley R.R., in connection with the destruction ot British-owned munitions In the disastrous Black Tom Island explosion, at Jersey City, in July, 191G. The French republic entered claims for ?520,000. The damage asked in these and other actions begun aggregate nearly $2,000,000. SERVICE STATION HENRY J. DENN Proprietor A|) Maket' of Batteries Charged and Repaired 311 7th StrAt S, Phone 616 AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famoun Haywood System RE-TREADING & REPAIRING By Experienced 'Workmen. All work BTiorantoed. Special Equipment lor Rim Cut Repairs. R. D. RITCHIE 208 13th St. 8. Opp. Ellison Mills 11 0 7 3 Hall 13 f Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY, Hasjier Shock Absorbers for Ford Car*. Phone 1023 ,324 11th Street South, Lsthbridge, Alta. W. H. Dowling, J. T. Hutchinson Before Starting On Tha^ Vacation Trip See that you are fully equipped. A set of MICHELINS, lor instance, will eliminate all tire trouble for many thousand miles. BUOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. "THE HOUSE OF ^^RVICE' first game by 7 to 0. First game- Washington .. . 105,100,000-7 Detroit ....... 000,000,000-0 Avers and Ainsmith; Kallio, and Stanage. Second game-Washington- 000,002,022,000,000,000-0 Detroit- 003,000,300,000,000,001-7 IG 3 Johnson and Ainsmith; C. Jone.s, Dauss and Spencer. St. Louis, Aug. A.-St. Louis came from behind in the lato innings of both games today and twice beat New 'i'ork. Scores; First game- New York .. .. 300,001,200-0 9 1 St. Louis...... 001,300,003-7 11 3 Finneran, Keating, Mogridgo and Walters; Galia, Lelfiold and Nuna-maker. Second game- New York .. .. 100,002,000-.^ 7 1 St. Louis...... 120,000,20x-5 9 1 Caldwell and HatmalJi Rogers and Soveroid, Nunamaker. Chicago, Aug. 4.-Chicago won both games of a double header from Philadelphia today 7 to 6 and 3 to 2, the latter game going ten innings. Scores: First game- riiiladelphia .. . 101,000,310-� 11 2 Chicago ...... 000,110,23x-7 12 4 Adams and JIcAvoy, Mitchell; Davenport, Shellenbach and Schallc. Second game- Philadelphia . . 200,000.000,0-2 7 2 Chicago ,. ., . 101,000,000,1-3 11 0 Watson and' Perkins; Clcotto land Schalk. Cleveland, Aug. 4.-By breaking oven with Boston today, Cleveland look three out of the series of four. Boston won the first game 2 to 1 in twelve innings, and the locals the second 2 to 0 in six innings, it being stopped by rain. Scores: First game- Boston ,. .. 100,000,000,001-2 S 0 Clovoland . . 000,000,010,000-1 4 3 rtuth and Mayer; JMorton, Enzmanii and O'Neill. Second game-Boston .......... 000,000-0 Cleveland........ 000,002-2 � Bush and Agnew; Covoloskio O'Neill. Philadelphia ......000 nin 000-1 1 Ames and Gonzales; llosg and Adams. Pittsburg .........102 OOO 100-4 9 1 iioston ...........000 :;00 000-3 7 1 Sanders, Slapnlcka, Coinslock and Schmidt; George and Wilson. Chicago ..........200 uOO 000-2 5 0 .New York ......Oil OU OO.k-4 S 0 Douglas, Carter and Killifer; Causey and McCarty,. Second Game-Chicago ........360 001 010--11 14 2 New York ......000 310 Oil- (i 10 I Uendrix, Martin aad Killifer; Por-ritt. IJomaree, Stecie and Rariden. Cincinnati ......"03 030 400-10 14 0 Brooklyn .......100 000 000- 1 7,1 Snyder and Wiugo; Marauard, Smith and Wheat. Second Game- Cincinnati ........010 000 000-1 4 1 Brooklyn .........'(lOO 010 20x-3 9 0 Eller and Ring; Crimes and Miller. No Sunday games In tho National League, TLOOK BRIGHT FOR GRID SPORIS Certain Big Schools Miiy Not Play, But Majority Will Have Teams DESIRABLE At Clean-Up Prices v Formerly $25, $28 and $3(l Now. this i"all hTO the following, evenly distributed from tho first of October to Thanksgiving Day; Penn-Georgia Tech; Plttshurg-Ponnsylvanla; Dartmouth-Brown;; PitCshurg-W. .Tud J. ]'onnsylvania-f:ornell; Anny-West Virginia; Lehigh-Lafayette; Syracuse-I'ittsburg; Colgate-Syracuse; llutgers-Wcst Virginia: Pittsburg-Lehigh; West V'Irglnia-Pittshurg; Notro Damo-W. and J.; Penn Stale- W. and J.; Rutgerti-Colgato; Lafayette-Rutgers; Cornell-Colgate. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Sunday Games. Baltimore 1, Biughampton'4. Newark h. Roclio.ster 3. No others played. Saturdsy Games. Newark 3. Toronto 0. Second game-Newark 7, Toronto 1. ninghamptoii 1. Syracuse 0. Second game--liinghainpton 0, Syracuse 3. Jersey City Huffalo 0 Second game-.Iciscy City 2, Buffalo 10. I'.altiiiiorc 4. Rorhester 8. Second game-iiiiltimore 3, Rochester 6. 4 0 7 1 and NATIONAL Won. Chicago .......... New York ........ Pitliihurg ......... Philadolpiiia ...... Brooklyn ......... �*2 Cincinnati ......... 41 BoMton ........42 St. l-ouls ......... 20 Lost. P.C. 3;', i* .39 ..OilX 44 ."132 ... .50 .41;;; .;. 51 .'ir,2 ... lA .440 ? 55 .433 ** .410 Saturday Games. St. Lo\ii.-; ......330 010 441-10 17 0 Philadelphia ____000 000 444-12 10 4 Packard and Gonzales; Ooschgur, Fortune, Prendergast and Adama. Second (ianio- St. Louis .........300 010 120-7 7 1 HANS WAGNER, FORMER PIRATE STAR NOW FULL FLEDGED COP Woe lieiiili: tlio umpire who dare."! v:(;!:itf Mic law in thai light Itttf vill;ii,'e ot Carnegie for lIonuK 'A'a^ner Is now a cop. Not that iho cood old Homis over hail it. in (or any. umpire. On the coritniry lie always hit it off Willi il.om fairly well, hut Mans is n;)\s- in a position to make ii tounii for .any Nat-Leanuc arbiter. : : : > .: > ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ''f ? ? ? ? ? *** < While this meeting was called pri marily to agree on officials tor the major games to bo played this fall it | was most interesting, as It expreaacd j tho almost unanimous , sentln'\enl at the. larger colleges anti unlversliics toward going forward witti football for this year. Walfer Camp presided. Tho fact that Camp is head ot tho recreational activities in the navy makes what he says on tho subject of continuing intorcolleglato athletics o( the utmost importance. Ho reminded tho representatives that J'ro.'iidoja Wllsop, Secretary Daniels, andm^ir.y others havo given out public statements encouraging athletica ot all forms In tho colleges and that the statements of those leaders rotlect most accurately the opinion of all tho leaders, "Big Three" May Have Teams. Harvard, Yale and Princeton may bo represented by football teams. Their doclalonB havo yet to bo made dofl-nitely, but whether or not this trio comes in with teams tiiero will bo'a great deal ot football played Ihrougli-out the counli'y. Last fall not one of thoso Institutions was represented by teams, but Interest in football flourished. Conspicuous aniong the list ot eastern games already arranged for Y'oung men between tho ages ot 20 and 2,2 who married after they had received exemption and which exemption was cancelled by tho order in council ot April, nro to be granted leave of absence. Thq concession which Ottawa is making will apply only to men who were married before April 20. The length of leave which will he granted is indefinite, but each case win "likely rocelve individual consido'riitlon. Louis Keel 318 FIFTH STREET HOME OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES AND FLORSHEIM SHOES Edna James, a Charloswood girl, aged 21 and daughter of G. B. James, an inspector on the stalf of the bureau ot labor at Winnipeg, was drowned in tho Asslniboino rlvor. 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