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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta I faIN GIN G U P F ATHEJ THE terimuDoe DAILY HKAALD By Me Mantis ON ACC00NT Of TONkiHT BOT DONT YOU DARE COME DOWN UOCK ft IN ANIVE HIDDEN TOUR CANT OUT f The S READYFORDEfSEY BASEBALL RESULTS to Siore Chicago 000 T 4 12 1 Russell and Schalk Jones and Ag 38 43 AMERICAN Won Boston 8J 47 AVashington 61 47 Xew York o re 50 56 Louis 49 56 4S ri9 Philadelphia 41 65 NATIONAL Chicago 60 York 63 Pittsburg 49 Cincinnati 49 55 Brooklyn 48 55 Philadelphia 46 Boston 46 59 Louis 37 67 St aid not 7 allow a hit until the sixth inning to when a double by a triple byXeale and a single by Rousch scor j ed two Cincinnati won from Xew le1 the locals 5 to Score feated Xew York in the first game of j 6 0 their series here today 7 to Score i 0 Cleveland 110 15 3 Eller and Wingo Ames ISew York 000 63 and Bagby and ONeill Keating Myers won and Walters i todays game for Brooklyn with a St Louis de triple and a double that drove in three H 1 The score was 4 to Score i Philadelphia 9 2 Following are the draws In the monthly competition Button Inspector Chaney McKfl lop Skeith Crawford 7 D Duff Kirkham Ox land Parker Mac Leod Shepherd Mara Adams McSwfcin John Mack Davies Oiy bons Deaper Hyde 0 W F Burns Paterson Fox Wilson Toll Men zie 16 Crawford David son McArtUur Long R Dinning MacGregor Freeman Livingstone Ceated Philadelphia 4 to 1 in eleven innings Score Louis 000 000 11 Philadelphia 000 000 8 and Severoid Johnson and Kellogg Peat McCreaSy Nelson H Macbeth Mayor Hardie A R Cocq Pennefather Hincks Hogg 9 0 Guilbault Preadergast and Adami Grimes and fielding in the inning enabled Chicago i i t n able to score only three runs off j to shut out Pittsburg to 0 m the I final game of the set Score 4 3 6 1 Comstock and Schmidt Vaughn and fourteen hits today and was defeated toy Detroit a to Score S 0 Washington 010 11 1 Jones and Stanage Avers and held Chica go to seven hits today and Boston won ANDY REPAIRS RADIATORS INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Buffalo 1 Rochester 2 Binghamptou 1 Jersey City O v Newark 0 Baltimore Xo others ALL WORK REAR DALLAS HOTEL Upstairs Palace Garage SECOND HAND CARS SALE FOR OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Peck 308 Second 665 LOUIS NATIONALS IN FINANCIAL DIFFICULTY of the Louis in a circular letter sent to stockholders pleaded for a loan of to meet current expenses and tide the team over for the The stockhold ers recently subscribed to de fray expenses of the The circular says the money will be repaid with Apprbximately Is sUll due Helen former owner of the King Maddison Harmon Smith Ber trand Judge Jackson Wad dington Fisher Bawden H Hiam Marrs Any member omitted bringing it to the attention of the secretary will have opponent Players must not select their own Ina bility to play against player drawn must be brought to the notice of Hoy With the Big Punch and the Short Arm Fears None of Them 7 isnt quantity but qual ity that when you get right doWn tft wether youre talking ot cigars or A short if its a good beats a long if its a poor and a short if Its got the can take its owner to victory over the longest arm in Chris provided doesnt know how to handle That is the lie doesnt call H George who sticks close to his both for hes only a chip in and he lets George do and George generally George was a former miner of who got tired of swinging the pick he quit and has been Iwinging He is consid ideal fighting if George were saying it lie would spell the i with a and the deal would be a word in referring to his Hes got that much quality that he just naturally has forgotten sider the merits of provided hes within of the weight of hes going up He just figures that he cafe get away It and that goes a long way toward making him do Theres no doubt about class to He isnt afraid of any of so the mitts ever ered by some the to con his a few pounds Among a party of over 100 civilians who returned to England recently from the GermanInternment camp at was Tdih the holder ot the English sculling cham pionship in and since that date one of the best coaches In the coun says The London Sporting immeriately after tho Oxford and Cambridge boat race of 1913 he was professionally concerned in the training Of the Oxford Sullivan left England to take up the appointment of coach to the Berlin Rowing and he was acting in that capacity when war Woke The Germans had eyes on the Olym pic games of and if Armaged don had not intervened they would have been very ably 4t is not unnatural that three and half years experience in an Intern mentcamp from inside a Ger man one at hold very strong jviews whole in the first and the regulations in force at a par ticular camp in the livan is no exception in this but his views are not for the They in due be laid be fore the proper Sul livan was one of the victims of the sweepingup process in Germany in To Ruhleben he was and in Ruhleben he remained until the system of exchange in due course brought about his His an old Framlingham college is there He was in a business house in Berlin In Veteran Pitched Three NoHit Several Other Marks make as to one the Batterlet Charged Repaired Phone616 AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System RETREADING REPAIRING By Experienced All work Special Equip ment for Rim Cut RITCHIE 208 13th Ellison Mills Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND Phone 1023 324 11th Street Dowling the handicap when another will be The executive committee meet at the grounds Friday at 9 to dis cuss Club House All in terested members may take part in Hole First McArthur Mara Dinning Oxland Hogg Shepherd Gibbons Macleod Burns McCready 17 Livingstone Judge Jackson McSwain Inspector Duff MacGregor John Mack Paterson Free man Skeith Guil bault Nelson Wadding ton Kellogg Fox The time allowed for this competi tion to be played is up to and includ ing Wednesday the 21st when the results must be made known to the secretary for the pur pose of continuing the All those taking part In the competi tion will be required to pay an en trance fee of fifcy 50 Fight Dempsey he said when the question was put to his tone was as casual as If he had bean asking the time of Dernp why Its pick ing a and Im only a little Thats But now that it has been put up to why shouldnt I fight Demp as big as he as tough as they tell me he can be hecame Writing this way as it we must confess that there is no reason why he so long and internment be his lot until the end of the Tom Sullivan was born at Naw A year before he came to England in he was beaten by Stanbury the Paramatta New South for the worlds he defeated Bubear on the Putney to Mortlake course for the English and in 1895 lost to Harding on the Tyne in Febru and on the Thames in Septem In the calendar of baseball the 3rd of August is set apart as sacred to the baseball memory of the first and preat est It was on that ctate in 28years that Deriton uniseh Ypung donned the unifdcm the Cleveland Nationals and pitched his first game in the That was the beginning of a pitching car eer Vhich lasted for 22 years before old Cy finally doffed the diamond liv ery and retired to a farm in his native DTIrlng his long careenYoung hung up many records for his successors shoot lie pitched three nohit one for the Cleveland Nation als and two for the Boston The first waa in with Cincinnati as the In forthe Red ho twirled the greatest game of his lifeTJgainst the not a man reaching first base Youngs nohit game was twirled in his last year with the Red Another record was made by Young n the last day of April in when e went jinto the btix in the third in ing and pitched the remainder of lie retiring 21 batsmen con The next time Cy was hbsen for box duty was against the and not a man of Connie ilacks club got a for that reached the initial Reductions NOW IN Fashion Craft Suits Men Realize and appreciate the re markable values offeredyou In these fine Compare the com pare the servicegiving tailoring and refined style both In ultra and con servative Know that every of stout or extra largn size can be appropriately fitted and Many of these suits are suffi ciently heavy for fall You will readily recognize these as the grejit est savings of the 1A iyg At Other Fashion Craft Suits at and Louis Keel as they two may not to be a onesided And it ought fight at Chips pluck ia as good as his and here that Is to judge for They say he would make 180 pounds for Thats very he I would come in at about and be in fine shape at that fig Fifteen its sug such a according to my Naturally I would want to see some money tor such a but I certainly would agree to and would go through with Frank Klaus took a chance with Georges the famous didnt beat him on a foul in 19 I knocked Klaus out right after that which shows that I might have done pretty well with if 1 had been lucky enough to get a crack at HERMAN BEST OVER DISTANCE Recent Bout With Burns Proof This Atsertion of Car Conservation It easily attained if you bring your repair work to We make a specialty of keeping cars BIJOU MOTOR THE HOUSE OF New champion of the is not a short The little lad from the Crescent city proved this fact recently n Ml eight round bout at Jersey City against Frankie the clever 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 favorite win by a comfort able Burns fought all around Herman in practically one of the eight He was the aggressor all the and he made Herman hunt his shell in least six of the eight rounds but he could not put across the punch that would have made him king of the ban for Hermaji Is a rugged with one of those eaaliron 1 Hermans few flashes in the eight rounds consisted mainly of attempts to punish Burns in the He is the more rugged ifthe Over the long route he would be Burns master unless Frankie should happen lo over one of those Herman is a battler of the Nelson one who cun go the long give and and coma out of the fray the begt list because of stam SISLER GIVES BATTING ADVICE If you catch yourself stepping back simply make your mind that here is a habit that you will writes George Sislwin American Boy It will take force of will to do it and you alone can exercise Remember that as you turn your side to the pitcher you arent very wide and bonding but a few inches forward or buck will enable you to escape a ball that may come wild and Determine that you will stand up lo that plate and hit tlvat Centftr your whole mind an1 will upon Never let the pitch er you Take up your position at bat rath er close to the plate and facing with your feet well not sprawled wide Do not jump forward to meet the but keep the rear foot Step for ward with the foot toward the pitcher and meet the Step into on coming The stride in batting is You must train your pelf to step the same distance eacl If you take an unusually long step you naiurally will tend to dror your body lower and so strike be neath the If your step i short you will be higher than usua and so to hit over the ball When you are practising make mark at a distance which is natura and easy for you to step and raak yourself step exactly to it every time One of the big things in battin is to learn to swing your bat in an absolutely horizontal You must not swing up at the ball or chop down at Swing your bat freely and easily and learn to meet the ball squarely with a horizontal keeping the bat level with ng mowed 27 of the Philadelphia waiters in a Young was given for his next For the first sevon innings of that contest Young held the Detroiters This made a neat little record of 23 consecutive innings of hitless and the successive retirement of 68 Young performed many other no able such as pitching 45 innings without being scored When he 318 FIFTH STREET HOME FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES FLORSHEIM SHOES AND joined the Cleveland1 Nationals he only a brief minor league exper ience with the Canton Cleve land got him from Canton for He spent nine years with the Clero land two seasons with tho Louis and eight years with the Boston He re turnedto Cleveland in 1909 and re mained there until when he was given his unconditional and finished out the season and his career With Hie Boston the easy Learn to take a Po not let your arms get in an awkward or cramped posi v There are many successful hitters who take a free swing ut the These are the natural hitters of the slugging Yet they aru far from always found at tho top of the batting There is much to be said for the short swing in Wi take your car to the Graham Motor have the carbon burned out with This is the only sure way of removing the Mwiager Were Just As Particular As You About Tires i OUR customers are calculating fellows who know tireupkeep Believe weve looked into this tire proposition from top to Take our advice and buy the one Best buy on the market The Dia monds we have sold our customers are running giving less and costing less in the end than any other tires 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