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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta toft six me DAILY HERALD AUGUST 1018 IWHi BRINGING UP FATHER By McManus HOW I EM JOY I WONDER WHW DETAINED C ftv v Efe I PROMPT i WELLDONT THROV EVERT OUT CF THE WiNDOW pccf Game o Boom but There 5ust Be Some Drastic Changes New time thf allies give the Germans another Toward llie Rhine tli baseball takes For the sooner the war is completed tbo sooner he I will be able to open his business Nearly every owner is looking ahead to the future and not afew of them j are already planning for their next j It lias been rightly said that baseball will boom after the but there rauft be some radical changes to sitisfy the who will demand more then than they did Teams that were easily the class of league went to piecese in a few days with no apparent But there was a reason and the under current ran strong ttie Need Changes in Changes must also be made in the bylaws and rules of both One thing that would help the game immensely would be to stop for all time the purchase of stars that vir tually mean a John Me SERVICE STATION HENRY DENN Proprietor All Makes of Batteries Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street Phone 616 ANDY REPAIRS RADIATORS ALL WORK REAR DALLAS HOTEL Upstairs HAND CARS FOR OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Cook E Peck 308 Second 665 Graw is the most flagrant offender ln McGraw is not a developer of men and his pennants are duo to the hank roll that Harry HempsTbad turns over to him every Last year it was Zimmerman and Hor all who made him a This reason he bought Niehoff and but they could not land him in In the American league it was The trio he secured from the Athletics last winter has made his club a pennant and an un popular one at Without Bush Boston would probably be lingering in the rear of Washington and A distribution of these fellows would have made the race not only more but more interesting to the fans in all Tnat Hal Chase Hal Chase has been given some reams ofadverse criticism since he was suspended by Cincinnati one day this Chase was accused of not playing his best game for the the same charge having been preferred against him while a mem ber of the Yankees several seasons Chase was always knowii as a hard man to handle and this is not exactly a defence of to Cincinnati writers and club Chase has been one of the most docile players the Reds have had since he joined the Had hesought to make trouble he could have caused great gobs of it when Herzog was traded to At that time Chase was of fered the management of the Reds and He had not only the follow ing of the but also of the play Prince Hal is one of the great est stars in the Past thirty five years of he pjays like youngster in his One thing above all others that Chase loves is to be a and he plays with that object in There was never any complaint about his work when the Reds stood a chance to be a run nerup in the but when they fell and the other players on the club be gan losing interest and seeking jobs in other it was only natural that Chase should likewise lose some in If Chase has been suspended for losing interast the managers of at least twelve other clubs can start applying the same remedy to men on their Every team that is not fighting for the pennant has placers on it who are just fin ishing the Apropos to the Christy Mathewson has been no howling suc cess as a manager and here are eas ier fellows to get along His methods handling his team caused no paeans of praise from the Tigers this spring and evidently not from the home who are clamoring for his Mathewsons personality is all against him as a manager or a and he can be numbered as an other star from a great team who went forth from and failed as a big league AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED jj By the Famous Haywood System RETREADING REPAIRING By Experienced All work Special ment for Rim Cut RITCHIE 208 13th Ellison Mills THE GREW SAYS HES DONE one of the greatest players the game has ever known and acknow ledged king of second may never play professional baseball after this Lajoie was thrown orit of a job when the American Association sus pended its He plans to engage in a useful The veteran star was manager of the Indianapolis club until the association suspended BASEBALL RESULTS AMERICAN Lost Boston Ii6 44 Cleveland 64 49 Washington 63 50 New 52 54 57 Chicago 52 5S Detroit 49 62 44 67 as a result of Secretary Bakers work or fight It was work or Larry and I guess Im too old to Per haps I was getting too old to play although there are a few pitchers who still think to the con Asked if he would play in the pro posed semipro league to be organized next Larry said I think when a man gets to be as old as I am he needs more practice and warming up than he would get by playing only on Saturday and Sun It begins to look as if I had played my last game of professional baseball unless the war ends next If It goes on indefinitely the lay off will not do me any good and i will be through when the old game is Coombs and Archer Luque and Second 7 1 5 1 Smith and Miller Eller and Louis defeat ed Philadelphia twice 4 to 0 and 5 to Scores Philadelphia 5 0 8 0 Hogg and Adams Sherdell and Second game Philadelphia 7 0 6 0 Watson and Adams Mea dows and SATURDAY GAMES S 0 Washington 4 3 Wright and Severoid Hovelik Second S I Washington 5 Sothoron and Nunamaker Ay era and 7 1 7 3 Bagby and ONeill Ruth and First 6 3 Philadelphia J 2 Dauss and Spencer Gregg and x 11 4 Philadelphia 11 5 11 Boland and Spencer Perry and First 10 2 New fl 2 Benz and Schalk De Love and j Second i 0 3 New 12 2 Danforth and Schalk I Keating SUNDAY GAMES defeated Louis here today for the first time this 2 to the vic tory being due toShaws excellent i Score 4 0 Washington 10 1 Houck and Severoid Shaw and Only one game INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Sunday Games First 0 Newark Second 1 Newark First 2 Jer sey City Second City 0 Baltimore First gameRochester KW11 Toronto Second 1 Toronto BASEBALL AND THE GREAT 4 LOCALS TAKE FALL OUI OF TABER CREW Score lfi4 in Game Played in Drizzling Nearly Over Chicago NATIONAL 72 New York 63 t Pittsburg 58 Cincinnati 54 Brooklyn 50 Boston 48 46 Louis 41 39 46 51 55 5 62 60 68 Claire Galligan of New 1 lowered the worlds record for the vomens 880 yard swimming champ ionship from fifteen minutes fifteen SATURDAY GAMES New York I Cincinnati Perrit and MoCarty Schnei der and First R Grimes and Archer Hill Second game 0 5 1 and 5 Pittsburg 9 Robertson and Miller Miller and First i The crowning atrocity of the war has apparently reached full Who eould have supposed that the shots fired by a cracked brainad stu dent in the streets of Sarajevo on that day in June four years ago would have rlchotted around world until they found lodgment in the tender lusom of American baseball so it Once set in tho chain of events has proceeded with inexorable Hope for the has practically been The mighty once gigantic in his the idol of million K and the source of extraordinary incomes to nuiaerous healthy young fellows of an all but given up the Tlii is What aro we going to do aiiijUt it How will tho population cxit without big sche dules How can we eat breakfast without knowing who is going to pitch today How can we dine without the score How will the ball players get along without a chance to throw their bats to the ground to indicate their opinion of the umpire Will some of these husky invalids have to go to work or even to war What of the umpires years spent in accumulating record breaking reputation for stupid ity Who can the magnates quarrel with wlH the United States keep itself from bursting with curios ity as to the size of Christy Mathew sons bat or the condition ot a hang nail on Johnnie Evers thumb What will become of all the lies that have been told in order to get away from work when the Giants were in town Will thrift stamps provide an ade quate substitute for the delirious ex citement of baseball pools How will newspapers get to press without Hie mug of Muffgsy McGraw I seconds to thirteen minutes 21 451 5 1 when she captured first place 2 For Expert Repair Work Bring your Car to us BIJOU MOTOR THE HOUSE OF SERVICE in the event here Saturday Miss Charlotte Boyle of New alHO un finished second and Miss Dorothy Burns of Los In the 440 yard invitation Harold Krugarof de feated Leo Geibel ot New York and clipped two seconds from the worlds Nehf and Wilson Sherdell and Oon Second game Boston fi 2 5 1 George and Wagner Doalc and First game Philadalphia record of jiix minutes thirty Duke the Hawaiian j Chicago won the 200 yard event In I Second game the new record time of two minutes j Philadelphia 1U S5 Miss Eleanor Uhl of I Oeschger and Adams won the 220 yard handicap for woni en and Miss Olga also of Phil captured the 100 yard event in LOS Tyler und i YOUNG ATHLETE IS KILLED IN ACTION that Harry younger brother of Bob champion oarsman and a winner with the sculls had been killed in action was received in Toronto yesterday and was a distinct Chicago SUNDAY GAMES and Bos ton broke even doubleheader here First j 12 0 j 1 George and WiUon Vaughn ami I Second ff ff DE PALMA BREAKS New De established a worlds record for two miles In the first race of the Intelnation al Automobile Sweepstakes at Slieepshead Bay Speedway to 1 His time was one minute De Palma ostab lislind another worlds record by winning tho second race for 10 miles in five minutes Tins third race for twenty miles was also won by De time 10 minutes Tho record Is 10 inlnuteH made by De Palma last In spite of Pluvius and hjs efforts to the local ball toss ers and a Taber aggregation engaged mortal combat here on Saturday the home brews winning by the onesided scorn of The game was played in a drilling rain that threat ened at any mmute to stop the pro but the players struggled through eight with the never in doubt after the seecoud stan The Taber crow got the man around in the while Lethbridge drew a In tho second after blanking the bottom end of the batting string in to do things and before they concluded the per formance the whole nine had battled and five counters were rung In the third three more came our while in the fourth two more add Taber meanwhile drawing Taber one On the fifth and two in the while the locals added three in the 7th and three in the Hubbs was the scoring lead er for the crossing the pan four The evenings are getting short and the ball season Is drawing to a close but an effort will be made to stage a couple more games before Septem ber 1st when the big leagues go out of Rain interfered some what on Saturday evening and the crowd was rather but the locals put up good ball and big crowds are expected to see the locals in action for the closing The score by Taber The lineup OCon ahork to his many Marry Dibble went overseas from Tor onto in 1916 with the 180th Sports mans battalion as a private but his as an all round soldier and liis brought lllr u umtnissiou on the field and Iho iuiy Hf 21 years 1 I Northruu and Wagner Douglas and I j won j two games from Brooklyn The i scoroH wero 8 to 1 and A to Scores Firm HrooUyii GJnciuiaU U J Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND Phone 1023 11th Street Dowling ARE FOR DISTANCE Since distance has become the bug bear of the golf antt as archi tects have universally accepted the course of yards and mak ers of spoons and brassies are vying with the manufacturers of golf balls for something which will help the expert as well as the duffor ot get over the ground In the last few years many improvements have been made in golf but It re mained for Peter profes sional at the Yahmundasls Golf discover a new one which he guarantees will send the elu sive ball Hying over all of the rough and much of the fairway any Robertsons innovation is not In tho build of the wooden but rather in the IFe weighted the club from the putting the weight under the ball instead of dir ectly behind the centre ot the which has been customary In most drivers and Robertson has built a brass plate which covers tho bottom of the club head and dips up the back of the club head of a point Just below where the centre of the ball would He con tends that a to get the greatest should be hit so that the greatest weight of the club is below the middle of the is claimed for this most recent invention in golf the fact that there is stability of such as cannot be secured in a club weighted with the Robertson plate being screwed to the face of driver or as the case may The prin ciple has also been applied to At the Yahmundasis club more than threefourths of the wooden clubs aro of the Robertson and the prin ciple has taken up as well by a number of prominent golfers of other George former or of the and one of tha best known of northerners fighting in France has been wounded by gunshot in tho according to an official cable received by his father in Van take your car to the Graham Motor and have the carbon burned out with This is the only sure way of removing the Choose 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