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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta fAGBSIX THE LCTTCBRIDGE DAILT HERALD niURSOAY. AUGUST 15, 1918 tr "BRINGING UP FATHER" iy G. Me Manns The Sport RESULTS "'io'ton Cleveland V asfnngton CIHLSSU S_ Louis iSelrol AMERICAN LbsL 4! 61 0 41 4S -I" 65 to 3. Score: Chicago Oil 000 3 Tl Boston .....COS 003 5 12 1 Kussell and Schalk; Jones and As- new. NATIONAL Won. Chicago York Cincinnati I'siladnlnhia Boston '.555 .430 i473 .467 .4J'.l 65 56. 4S 4S 46 .46 3S' 43 49 53 67 P.O. .615 .594 .533 .471 .ISO .451 -.435 ..356 SI. Louis, Aug." a hit until the-sixth Inning, to- ilay. when a double by Grot, a triple by Xcale and a stable by Housch scor- ed two-runs. dpcinnati won from New lort de-1 the locals .5 to 1. Score: feated New York In the (irst game of ijieir series CltreUnd Yortc here t Bagby and O'Neill; and Walters t jto 2. Score: 111} ]10 3 101) 63 Love, Keating Cincinnati St. Louis 6 7 Eiler; anil Wiugo; .Meadows, Ames atid' Gohzales. V Brooklyn! Aug.. Myers won today's game tor Brooklyn with the Following are Ihe draws in monthly'competition Inspector Chancy 15, H. A. McKIl lop 6, H. J. H. Skeith 6. Crawford D Duff 1', J. S. Kirkham 14. T.. Oi land 16, W. A. Parker IS, -V. T. .Mac Leod 9, S J. Shepherd-15, A. Mara 9 J Wams'17, D.'24; John Mack 25. 31. 3. Davies U. V. Giy bons 24, O. C. Bcaper 22, P. 0. Hydo '0 W..P. Bums 2J. K. J. H. Paterson 15 T. Kos'iO, Wv Craig '3. B. H Wilson 16. P. H. Toll 12, H. W. Men zie 16. H. W. Crawford 19. P.. R. Daild son IS, M. S.-McArthur 10, 11. Long n, R. J. Dianiog 20, 'W. ..MacGrego IS, M. Freeman 18, R. Livingstone R. W. Kellogg 26, N. B. Peat 25, T aJH. McCready 22; J. Nelson 2' ___.._..... Philadelrrh a Ang i-i St. Loiiis de- triple and a double thai drove jn three H' jlacbelh Mayor Hardie 20. seated Philadelphia 4 to 1 in eleven, runs. The score was 4 to 2. Score: U' 'R Cocq ?5 surt Pennefalher innmgo tQdav Score Philadelphia 9 2 H'lncVc5 oo, A. B. St. Louis Philadelphia .000 000 000 1S--4 11 2, ;ooo ooo ooo i .8 -a1 Davenport and Severoid; and Perkins. Perry, Aug. .jras able- to score'only three runs off fourteen hits today anil.was defeated bt Detroit 5 to i Detroit ...-.-.......000.000" S 0 Washington ....'.100 010 11 1 Boland, Jones and Etanage'v Shaw, Ayers and Ainsmiih. 7 Bo to Aug held Chica-i to seven hits today and Boston won "r" ft in. rimers -1, WO c. Guilbkntt 25, W. Prendergast and Adami; Grime and Archer.. Cliicago, Aug: fielding in the first inning .enabled Chicago to shut out Pittsburg 2 to 0 in the -final game of the serss! Score: Piitsourg 4. 3 Chicago r.. Comstock and Schmidt; Vaughn and Killlter. ANDY REPAIRS RADIATORS INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Buffalo I, 5, I; Rochester S, 11, 2: Binehamptou 2, 8, 1; Jersey City 1. u, 2. Newark 6, 13, 0; Baltimore 4, 9, 1. (No'others ALL WORK GUARANTEED.' REAR DALLAS HOTEL (Upstairs) jjiST. LOUIS NATIONALS 5i. IN FINANCIAL DIFFICULTY 1i St. Louis, ol Lthe SL Louis Nationals, In a circular letter sent lo stockholders today pleaded Tor a loan of to mee current expenses And tide the- team oter (or Ihe winter.1 The stpckhold ers recently subscribed to de fray expenses' of the organization. The circular says !oe raonejr will be repaid-wlto interest. Approximately SI25.000 la stjllMluB ,JIrs. Helen H Brllton, forfficr o! the club. Pa lace Garage AUTO TCRES OF ALL SIZES King 2S.' G. Maddlson 20. G. t farmon 24, R. A- Smith. 25; H. Be; raod 20, Judge Jackson 16, F. Wai dington 24, A: Fisher 25, J. Bawden 2 Hr HIam 26, G. T. Marrs.20. Any member omitted bringing it. .he; attention .o: the secretary' -wi1 lave opponent Players mu not select their own 'opponent. -In :lo play against, player dra must be brought to the notice he handicap anothe will be substituted. (The executive commiltee will me at the grounds Friday at 3 p.rd. lo d' cuss Club House proposition. All 1 leresled members may take part discussion. -d Hole Competition, First Round.. R. Crawford, dra .Supt. H. Harmo M. S. JicArtbur S, vs. G. T. J. Bawden. A! Mara 7, TS. R. J. Dinning 15. T. Oiland 12, vs. A. B. Hogg 17. S.-J. Shepherd 9, vs. B. M. J. Davies.- R. V. Gibbons 18, vs. N. T. Jlacleod 7. W. F. Burns 18, vs. T. H. .McCready .oy With Ihe Big Punch and the Shorl Arm Fears None of II- rj'jantity but iiual- y (that when you get right own to, it, wether'you're talking ol Igars or fighlers... A1 short srookCv J! 's a good one, .beats' a ions fenioke, il 'a a poor and a short arm, if it's ot the punch, can take its owner to ictory over ttie longest arm In Chris infloni, provided that arm doesn'l mow how to handle itself. s That is the though he vho sticks close to his uame, both ivays, for he's only a chip In Among a parly of over 100 civilians who rclurned to England .recently from the at Ruhleben, VRS. Tom- Sullivan, the holder of tho Knglfcu scuIKng cham- plonsbip In 1SS3, and''since that date one of the best coaches in the coun: try, "says The London" Sporting -Life. Immerlately after tho; Oxford autl Cambridge boat race of lfI3 (he Aras professionally concerned' in "ttio training Of the Oxford _Mr. Sullivan left England to take up the appointment of 'coach to the Berlin Rowing cJub, hnd be was acting- -in lhat capacity .'When war broke out. The Germans had eyes on the Olym- oes'n't call It George Chip, plr; of 1910, and If Armaged- dou had not. Intervened they would have been very ably represented. is. not unnatural that three and 4 half years' experience In an intern- menrcamp from inside a Ger- man one at make one Vcteran. Filched Three No-Hil Several Other 'i .Marks Finpl Reductions; NOW IN Craft" Suits 'he- "lets Gtiorge do ree generally does. George former "miner of Newcastle, careerJYouns hung who got tired ol swinging the pick; o he, quit anfl-lias been swinging he mitts seyer. He Is consJd- l by' some'" "ideal flghlitig though, if George w.ere" saying t himself, he would spell the "i" with a capital, "ah'di the "deal" wouM a 'word in reCerrlag to MS blows. ,_. J got.ihatiniuch qualily that, he Just naturally haa4'rorgotten to con'; sider the rneritajpf ;hls opponectaj hold who' 1 very strong (views ile system, in the fi the firat instance. und provided he's within a of the-weight' of (th'etrrjan he's going up against. He just figures that hi cafe gel that goes long'way toward making him do ,U There's no doubS aboat class to Chip. He'lsn't afraid of any of them. "Fight he saldj when and the regulations in force lit a par- Icular camp in the sccoud. Evan'is no exception in this matter, jut-his views are" not for the public. They will, In due laid be- !pre the proper authorities. Sul- livan was one of the victims of the sweeping-up. process in Germany >n November, 19H. To Ruhleben he was In Ruhteoen he remained until the system of exchange-in due. course brought about his His son, C: G. J., an old Framllngham college boy, is there-now. He was In business house In 19H R. Livingstone Scratch, 1. vs. D.1 Hume, StUOND HAND CARS FOB SALE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT W.S.Cook E.E.Peck 308 Second Ave, 3. Phone VULGAHIZED Hay wood System b RE-TREADING REPAIRING By Experienced All worb gnaranlced. Special meet (or Rim Cut Repairs. "R.D: RITCHIE Central Repair Shop SERVICE STATION HENRYTDENN A.v Proprietor L HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY, r, Storage. Accessorial. BatttriM. Phone 1023 All of Batteriet Charged and Repaired 311 7lh Street S. Phone 324 11th Street South, Lelhbridoe, Alia. Dowling Judge Jackson 12, vs. R J. McSwain ST. Inspector Chaney, 11, vs. 9. W. II, vs. John Mack 20. J. R. Paterson 11, vs.'M. Free- man 14. U. J. H. vs. B. C. Gutt bault W. ton IT. Nelson 15, vs, F. Wadding- U. W. Kellogg vs. T. W? Fox 8. .The time allowed for (his competi- tion {o bo piayeii '5 up to and Jnclud- ing NYednesuayneitt, the 2ist August, 1918, when the results must be made known to the secretary for the pur- pose of continuing the All those taking part In tho competi- tion will be required to .pay an en- trance fee of cents. HERMAN .BEST OVER DISTANCE question was put tQ his tone was as casual as if he bad been asking.the time Demp- and why Sure, It's pick ing .fcut'a bird, and I'm" only.a little felloV.- That's "But now that it has teen put up to me, :why shouldn't I fight Demp s bis as he as tough, as .hey tell ine he -he'cinle Jack., Writing.this way it were, wo must confess that there Is rio'reason why he shoulda't, so long aa Ihey two may last. .And It ought not to be a one-sided tight at that, for Chip's pluck is h'is and here tha.t, la tio Judge for yourself.' They say ie; wouW make ISO pounds fo.r me. That's yery he "I would come in at aboul 155, and be in fine shape at that, fig- lire. Fifteen It's, sug- such a much, according to my figuring. Naturally I would want to see some auch_a match, but f certainly would'agree to sign, and would go: through wllh H, too. "Frank Klaus took a chance "with Georges Carpontier, the famous Frenchman, didn't heat him on a foal in 13 rounds.- Weil, mocked Klaus out' right after that which shows that I might have done pretty well with Georges, it I hat been enough to go', a crack ai him." and internment will, unfortunately, bo- his lot until the end of the war.. Tom Sullivan was born at Auckland, New Zealand: A year before he came to England (in he was beaten by-J. Stanbury on the Paramatta river, New South Wales', for the. world's championship., Irv September, 1S93. he defeated G. Bubear on the Putney to Morllake course for. the English championship, and In .1895 lost to C. R. -Harding on (he fyne (in Febru. and on Ihe Thames (In. Septem- v- In the calendar ot baseball the 3rd of August is apart as sacred lo ine memory of the first aud esl Young. ;H.iv.i's on'ttial Te'p- uniseh'f-Ypiinigulonned: ofx the Clevel'and 'Nationals' and pitched his first game In the mnjors. That was the beginning of a pitching car- eorNvhich lasted for 23 years before old finally ilqffed the diamond liv- en' and retired to a farm in his native Ohio.- Lis up many-records for his Buecessofs shoot at. lie pitched three no-hit games, one for the -Cleveland Nation- nls and two for the Boston Americans. The flrst.waa in IS97. with Cincinnati as the victim. In 1904, forUhc Sox, ho twirled the greatest game ot his llfo'against Ihe not n man' reaching first base Young's last no-hit, game was twirled -in 190S, his last year with .the Iteil Sox. Another record was made by Young n the last day of April in 1304, when e went the In the third in- ing and pitched the remainder of B game." retiring, 21 batsmen, con ecutlvely; The next time Cy was libsen for box duly Lwas. ngainst tho and -not a man :bf- Connie lack's cliib.gpl a nor. for that latter, reached' the initial bag. Recent Bout With Burnt Proof This Assertion Car Conservation It attained if you bring your repair work to M. We make a specialty of keeping cars fit. BIJOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. fJl M "THE OF New Herman, champion of the banlamwdghls, Is tot a short- slancfi The little lad from Ihe Crescent city proved this fact recently fti aft elghl- rountl Ijoul al Jersey -City against Krankie Uurns, ,lhe clever "alteci bantam, The Jersey bugs were disappointed because Burns failed to relieve "Her- man of the title by knocking him out, but they had the satisfaction of see their favorlle win by a .comfort1 able margin. Burns fought all around Herman In one of the eight rounds. He all the way, and he made Herman h'int shell In at least six of the eight rounds; hut he could not rut across Ihe punch that would have made him Xing of the ban- ties, for Herman IS a rugged youlh, with one of thoae casliron few flanhes Itivthe.ebJhl rounds constated mainly of attempts to punish HUrna In the mldsectfon. He Is Ihe mor6 rugged M- the two. Over the long route he be Burns' matter unless FranMe should happen lo siip over one of those Herman Is a batller of" the Nelson tyro, one who can ger long roule, give and take, and corn4 piil o( the fray the heal of SISLER GIVES BATTING ADVICE H you calch yourself stepping bad aimptyraake up you? tnlnd that hen Is a habit that you will break, wfilci George H. Sislfir In American Bo: Magazine. It will take force of wil to Oo it anrl you alone can pxerclai It. Remember that as you turn yd'u side to Ibe pilcher aren't Ver wide and hending but a few Inche forward or back wlh -'enable yo to cacape (a ball that may com wild and Determfne that yo will stand up lo that .plate and- ball. Center your whole This made a neat little record of 23 onsecutive of hitless ball, nd the aucjccHslve retjretncnt of CS lalsmen. Young o.ther no- able feats, such as intchltig 45 innings vlthout being scored When he nd will upon 11. Never let the pitch r vou back. Take up your position at but rath T'closs to the plate anil_facing vJth your Teet well together, i .pra'wted wide apart. Do not jump orward lo meet the ball, but 'keep rear foot stationary.' Step for vard with Iho foot toward the pUehe intl meet the ball. Step, into ,llie on coming pitch. important. The stride in batting You must train your jMcEi! Realize and appreciate. the rc- arkable values offered'j'ou in .thcso Compare tho fabrics, pare_lhe servJce-giving tailoring and refined style bold In ultra and con- servative mpdels. Know that every iii a it of regular, stout or. eitra largrt size can be appropriately fitted anil styled. Many of these suits suffi- ciently heavy for fall wear. You will readily recognize these as the great-, cst savings of -the season, 'Jf M-.: Ip.iD Other Fashion Craft Suits at and Louis Keel 318 FIFTH ng mowed .27 Philadelphia waiters in a roWj, Young was given iger-meat Cor his rioxt meal- For the rst seven Innings.of that contest FASHION CRAFJ: CLOTHES, AND joined the Cleveland' ,liad only a lirief fflinor league.1 exper- ience with' the Canton- ianti Bot_liltn from i Canton for'. Hc'spent nine the Gle -_- __ r fiv aiJtui. uuic iuc oung held Ihe Cetroilers club, .thcnV two seasons with Ilio A o, am1- j. with the Boston Americans. He re- turned' to in J900 and re- mained there unlil-iOll; when he vas his .uncpndiffcnal release, nml Hnfsh'ed but the Tiis career Boston Nationals. to step the distance cac' irae. If you take an unusually Ion; step you naltirajiy will fend lo dro r'our body and glrike be nealh' the ball.. If your, step I short you will be higher than usli: and BO tcnd'.lo hit over the bal When you arc practising ma... mark at a distance'which is natiira and easy for'you lo and mat yourself step exactly-lo It every Um< One of the big things-In battin is If learn lo swing your bat In absolutely horizontal plane.. Yb must not swing up at the ball c chop down at 11. Swing your" freslynnd. easily and-learn'to n.ieet Ihe ball squarely. horizontal, swing, Keeping Iho bal level wild Ihe ground. Learn lo tako a (tec, easy swing. not lei yo'jr arras gel in oii awkward .or cramped posl- lion. v Thero are many suc'ccsaful hitters who'take a long, frco swing at the hall. These are the natural hitters of Ihe slugging type. Ycl they are far from always'fodndnt Iho lop of the balling averages. There Is much to bs said for the short swing In baiting. your and Pistons become Coated take your car to the Graham Motor CoT.-and Kavc the carbon burned out with acetyline. This is the only suie way o( removing the carbon. L Manager Just Particular About Tires OUR customers csiculatinjg fellows who know tireup-keep costs. Believe us, into this tire proposition from to bpttom. 'i-Take our advice arid buy Diamonds, one Best buy The Dia- monds we have sold bur customers are running farther, giving less trouble, and costing less-in the ..end. than any other v tires we Know; v v '.r '1 Put a Diamond in a Diamond ing and you have the Meal lire ecpnpmedt Baalim Motor Co. Back of Union Bartk ;