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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LeniBRIDGE DAILY HERALD niURSDAY. AUGUST 15, 1918 -i-i "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus V.'on. Lost "��"xiston ........ ---- lil �{'�'� �' 47 ^Vasilington ... ____ ..'il!.' .V.m a:-2 .4li7 .44il Louis -New York. .\U5X. 1 !.-Cievelaiui tle-ft.'atcd New York in tiio iirsl game oC i Cineinnatl i.heir series here today 7 to 2. Score: I St. Loui.s eifcveland .......110 110 o:!0-7 15 3 1 Xew York .......luO OOii Oiil-2 li 3 ! Bagby and O'Neill; Love, Keatins ; and Wttlter.s. Pliilad olphia, Ang. 14.-St, Louis de-hiladelphia 4 to 1 in eleven innings today. Score: St. Louis .....(HJO 000 000 13-4 11 2.i Philadelphia .,000 000 000 10-1 8 s Davenport and Severoid; Perry, St. Louis. Aug. 14.-Ames did not allow a hit until the si.\th inning today, when a double by Groh. a triple by .\ealc and a .=ingle by Rousch scored two runs. Plpcinnatl won from the locaKs 5 to 1. Score: . . . 000,002.201-5 6 0 ,.. 100.000.000-1 7 0 EUer and Wingo; -Meadows, Ames '; ami Gonzales. ' Urooklyn. .Vug. 14.-Hy. Alyers won I j today's game for Brooklyn with a ' trijiie and a double that drove in three' runs. The score was 4 to 2, Score: � j Philadelphia .. . 001.100.000-2 9 2' Brooklyn...... 000.210,01x-4 S c)\ Prendergasl and Adami; Grimes i and Wheat, Archer. .\ug. 14.-Erratic fielding Johnson and Perkins. Chicago, _ Washington, Aug, 14.-Washington in the filjsl inning enabled Chicago! jn'as ablo to score only three runs off j to shut out Pittsburg 2 to 0 in the; fourteen hits today and was defeated I ^na' same of tlie sei -s. Score: bv Detroit to ;;, Score: i Pittsburg .....OOO.onO.OOO-0 4 3 Detroit..........000. ooo lO-l-.7 o ! Chicago....... 200,000,00.\--2 B 1 M'ashington .....100 oio OlO-:'. Ill' Comstock and Schmidt; Vaughn and Boland, Jone-s and Stanage: Shaw, ''^'"'fer. Avfirs and Ainsmith. i ' , . Bo.';to3. Aug. 14.-Jones held Chica- i INTERNATIO^'AL LEAGUE ! go to seven hits today and Boston won| Buffalo 1, 5, 1; Rochester S, 11. 2; i " i BiHghampton 2, 9, 1; Jersey City 1. i r,, 2. 1 Newark 5. 13. 0; Baltimore 4, 9, 1. (No others scheduled). ANDY REPAIRS RADIATORS ALL WORK GUARANTEED.' REAR DALLAS HOTEL (Upstairs) Palace Garage SECOND HAND CARS FOR SALE. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT W.S.Coo)i E.E. Peck 308 Second Ave. 8.-Phone 665 ST. LOUIS NATIONALS IN FINANCIAL DIFFICULTY St. Louis, JIo.,' Aug. 14,-Officials of ;Ue St, Louis Nationals, In a circular letter sent to stockholders today, pleaded for a loan of ?90,000 to meet current e-^ipenses and tide tho team over for the winter. The stockholders recently subscribed $G0,000 to defray expenses of the organization. The circular says the money will be repaid with interest. Apprbximately $125,000 is syil due Mrs. Helen H. Brltton, foriner owner of the club. auto tires OF ALL SIZES vulcanized By the Famous Haywood System RE-TREADING & REPAIRING By Experienced Workmen. All work guaranteed. Special Equipment for Rim Cut Repairs. r. d. ritchie 208 13th St. S. Opp. Ellison MIIU l^Uaf 3 J f Central Repair Shop service station henryTdenn Proprietor ^ All Make� of Batteries Charged _ and Repaired Wi |^1Wtl^ti^e^.^^Phone^6lM| ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY. Storage. Accessories. Batt�ri�t. Phone 1023 324 11th Street South, LethbrldQS, Alta. W. ii. Dowling Following are the draws in monthly competiiion tButton): Inspector Chancy 15. H. A, .McKfl-lop 6, H. J. H. Skeith 6. W. CrawTowl 7. D. Duff 12. J. S. Kirkham 14. T. Ox-land 16. W. A. Parker IS. N, T. MacLeod 9. S. ,1. Shepherd 12. A. .Mara 9, J. Adams IT, D. J. 24. John Mack 25. M. J. Davies 2t;, R. Y. Giy-bons 24, O. C. Deaper 22, P. O. Hyde 20, W. R Burns 24. R. J. R. Palerson 15. T. W. Fox 10, W. P. Craig .t, E, H, Wilson 16, P, H, Toll 12, H, W, Men zie It;. H. W. Crawford 19. R, R. Davidson IS, M. S. McArthur 10. H. Long 17. R. J. Dinning 20. W. .MacGregor IS, il. Freeman 18, R. Livingstone 24. R. W, Kellogg 26, N, B, Peat 25, T, H, McCready 22, W. J. Nelson 20, H. .Macbeth 20, .Ma.vor Hardie 20. W. A, R. Cocq 25. Supt. Pennefather 20, R. llincks 20, A. B. Hogg 24, W. V. Poapstv22, E. C. Guilbaiilt 25, W. D. King 28, H, G. Maddisou 20, G. H. Harmon 24, R. A. Smith 25, R. Ber-trand 20, .ludge Jackson 16, F. Wad-dington 24, A, Fisher 25, J, Bawden 25, H, Htam 2G, G. T, Marrs 20, Any member omitted bringing it to the attention of the secretary will have opponent selected, Plaj'ors must not select their own opponent. Inability to play against player drawn must be brought to the notice of the handicap committee, when another will be substituted. 'The executive committee will meet at the grounds Friday at 9 p.m. to discuss Club House proposition. \\l interested members may take part in discussion. Hole Competition, First Round. R. .\. Smith-W. Crawford, draw, vs. Supt, Pennefather-G. H. Harmon. M. S. McArthur 8, vs. G. T. Marrs--J. Bawden. art a.-i .sacred to li.o biii-eliall memory of the iirst and );re,it-est Cy^ Young, It was on that tialo In 1S90, 2S years ago, that Denton Tec-, umseh Young donned the unlfdrm of the ClevelantI Nationals and pitched his first game in the majors. That wa.'? the beginning of a pitching career Svliich lasted tor 22 years before old Cy finally doffed tho diamond livery and retired to a farm in iiis native Ohio. ITifrlng his long career Young hung up nuuiy records for his siicco.