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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta a XAuESrJt N THE LftTHBniDQfS AUGUST BRINGING UP FATHER J t By u IcManus SEE HIM HERE HUSBAND CE POND OF HES OUT IM THAT BOAT ALL The Sport Page BASEBALL RESULTS AMERICAN Boston Cleveland M Washington 64 New 52 Louis 5 Chicago 41 Philadelphia Philadelphia 103 10 0 Kallio and Spencer Wat Adams and Fosters triple and Judges sacrifice gave Washington the winning run in the fourteenth inning and a 3 to 1 victory over Johnson fanned 12 It was the fifteenth extra in ning game he has pitched this having won eight and lost f rore St Louis Washington 82 Rogers and Severoid Johnson and New took the odd game the series from New York winning 4 to Score Chicago 000 6 11 Nevs York 000 10 1 Quinn and Sthalk Caldwell and Waltersr took the second game of the important series from Cleveland today 6 to giving the with fourteen games to a lead of four games over Cleve Score Cleveland 000 2 0 Boston 000 20xrf 11 0 Cofeleskiej Enzmann and ONeill Jones and following two baseon two infield hits and an won for the locals today in the ninth inning 9 to Score Detroit 008 6 5 NATIONAL Chicago 73 39 New York 47 Pittshurg 52 Cincinnati 55 55 Brooklyn 50 60 Philadelphia 47 60 Boston 48 63 Louis 41 69 SERVICE STATION HENRYTDENN Proprietor All Makes of Batteries Charged and Repaired B 311 7th Street Phone 616 ANDY REPAIRS RADIATORS ALL WORK REAR DALLASHOTEL Upstairs Martin held Boston to three hits today and Chicago shut out Boston 2 to Score Boston 000 3 0 Chicago 002 9 0 Crandali and Martin and was easy for the locals today and Cincin nati defeated Brooklyn 8 to Score Brooklyn 000 12 i 003 16 J Marquard and Archer Schneider and and Pittsburg split 4 double header the locals winning the first 8 to and New York the second 2 to NewYork 000 9 1 133 13 0 Demaree and Rariden Comstock and N Second New York 001 6 0 000 7 0 Toney and Rariden Cooper and playing two games of the present series with out an both teams played ragged ball Philadelphia winning 7 to Score Philadelphia 020 10 3 Louis 000 fi 4 Prendergast and Adams Ames and INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Hamilton Toronto Baltimore Newark Jersey City Binghampton Buffalo Rochester NORWEGIAN SUNK SECOND HAND CARS FOR OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Cook Peck 308 Second 665 Nor wegian bark Nordhav was cunk by a German 125 miles off the Virginia Capes Her crew escaped in small boats and have been brought intp an Atlantic port by an American AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System RETREADING A REPAIRING By Experienced All work Special Equip ment for Rim Cut RITCHIE 208 13th Ellison Mills THIS IS BAKERS LAST YEAR OF IT Going to Quit Whether Wat Dooms Baseball Next Year or Not the war is over and the time arrives for the re organization of various ball clubs tha Yankees perhaps will undergo num erous But for the fact that the war has made baseball out of the question for next season Miller Hug always noted for his trades and would put ia a very busy win BOSTON PLAYERS GET FOR BIG SERIES Draft Board Gives Them Till Sox Look Like Winners Expert Repair Work AND High Grade Accessories ON SALE EVERY DAY AT BIJOU MOTOR THE HOUSE OF SERVICE The reorganization of this par ticular club can be postponed this but it is certain to One player who will not be seen in a Yankee uniform or in any other major league uniform after the close of the current season is John Frank lin the man who made worlds series home runs or gained nation wide fame through these hom just as one cares to view Baker declares that this is his last season in professional andj are many reasons for be lieving that he will stick to his reso Baker now is 33 years of and the travels of baseball never did appeal to As far back as 1910 he declared that he was going back to his Maryland farm and would do no more ball but a worlds series dividend that fall when the Mackmen beat the Bak er to look upon the game with more and he came back to share in three more worlds series as a mem ber of the great Mack He severed his relations with the McGil licuddy forces in 1914 and spent the 1915 season at his home in going out ofc Saturdays and oc casionally on Wednesdays for games with a nearby independent For In 1916 Baker was coaxed backinto professional ball with a contract call ing for for ft period of three That contract expires with the close of the season now and Baker says he never will sign He admits that he has been well treated in but has tired of the He first joined the Mackmen in coming from the TriState and has played with only two major the Mackmen and the Laker will be best remembered by baseball fans as a slugger extraordi His hitting proved the most important factor in the three worlds series which the Mackmen won be tween the seasons of 1910 and Though not the most graceful field ing third baseman in the Connie Mack has gone on record as saying that Baker the best third baseman in the American league dur ing his stay with the bar ring the season of when Larry Gardner out played As this praise bestowed after Baker had quit Connies the remarks were particularly Another strong ptoiot about Bakers playing has been his accuracy in Miller Huggins remarked a short time ago that in all his base ball career he seen no player who was so accurate in throwing across the diamond as Pos sessing a powerful arm he takes more time than niosi third basemen before letting the bull get away and that has tended to make his throws Hurt in Since comhig to theYankees Baker has not hit up to the standard of his days us a but was due mainly to a accident the Polo grounds in when crashed into the broke three ribs und suffered other internal in But he led theYankees with the stick in 1917 and throughout the present Since joining the Baker has made 21 home and a short time ago he reached the record mark for home runs iu the American He has been the best draw mem bers of the Boston American League baseball leaders in the pennant have received permission from their exemption board to take part in theworlds Harry president of the Club made this announce ment last The players are Captain Harry Amos Scott and John They were told they would be allowed to play till September The Boston clubs chances for figuring In a world if one can be have been great ly improved by winning the first two games In the present series with its nearest EARL CADDOCK AND JOE STECHER SURE CLASH SOON With late of the en listment of Joe Stetcher in Uncle Sams wrestling fans worked up visions of an armynavy wrestling scissors hold enlisted in the at Fre MOSTLYUASTOFPS AMERICAN LEAGUE If Chicago Represents National Big Series Will Present Queer Situation New a worlds series Is played and Chicago reprej a Fame at the old Hilltop park In New Banished from the Am erican league Klllifor went to Buffalo and played under George putting InOnly one your in tho old Eastern Rollie thn Bunion was in the American for five playing first for the White Sox and then with the Yankees He did bet teiMVork for Chicago than for New York and when the Federal league was formed hopped to coining back to the National when ueiiee was de thtrrl played a couple of engagements in the Am erican the first under Hugh Jennings at Detroit and the second under Fielder Jones at Neither as a Tiger noi as a Brownie did Deal hit the ball with and each tlmc ll was stm sents the National league will mc l was stm fnnnH fiehtlnir for The swnim or to minor leagues because of j Like Deal once were on the other side of the ma jor league Manager ed Mitchell got his start with the Boston Americans In be ing a charter member of that some Federal league not as as Charlie substitute infielder ha can substitute in tho played with two American lea When a couH decision apparently wrecked Connie Macksball club in 1902 immie Collins gave the Tall Tac tician Pete Hustling and a couple of other Mitchell to fnSTt haS a PlaCe Mack fired Mitchell in the spring ofLi 1903 and Fred also was chased out of I the American league by Hal Chase in George Tweedy Stallings brought Mitchell back to fast com pany both times the Cub boss came so if the Bruins should happen to win the worlds series it will be another chance for the former Miracle Man to give Johnson loud Fonr of the Cub curvers are former American and at one time this season Chicago possessed five flingers who once had been on the i junior Harry a gue being Washington and His last situation with the Johnsonites was at Camp Mack in The first time who is not an abbreviated visited Chi a scribe stuck him down as one school Pick be GUN CLUB TONIGHT There will be a meeting of the Lethbrklge Gun Club to at offices of the Dowsley Laiul Agency on 5th This is the annualmeet ing and a full turn out of members is The meeting is at 8 t ith Arthur a farmer jus of marketer nor hogs for which he received in ing about 5s at the anil to Ihl day a lot of ball players call Pici Prop when h was a semiprofessional ti have pitched a game in which hi struck out 18 men and got beaten I to there being no Last of the formed American lea fillers with the Cut possible repre sentatives of the National league in I worlds series fs Turney ou He played with Griffith u Washington In later went ti Baltimore and brought quite a lot o money to Jack Dunn when sold on thv hoof to Charley Earl Is the recognized ilackman in reduced the num holder of the heavyweight wrestling ber to four by in the of Uncle It was to the fait that Caddock was has been a member gams army Vaughn Once a Jim Vaughn broke into the Ameri league as far back as his to get a furlough that he andj wltn the Given Stetcher failed t6 meet in New opporUmitv to soc the COUatry and Now that the pair are both in the it is almost a certainty that they will tome together in the near If not in one of the big they will certainly meet at one of the cantonments for the benefit ofour This match will settlg for all time the question as to who is the legitimate holder of the heavyweight Of course there are Strang ler Lewis and Wladek Zbyszko to be but bofli of these have been defeated number of times and therefore are not quite the equal of or I AT From Our Own CntTsnnnilpnt is general throughout the Sum raerfallnw and last years breaking is all that is making any but some of this is to be better than Connor on the Huff farm is nutting abbut Sturgie about the while others have smaller fields which are expected get the big southpaw was sent to the New York state and South Atlantic league sand then to the American Through an office blunder New York almost lost title to Jims but the Na tional commission awarded the south paw to the club that discovered him and he pitched for two full seasons and part of Vaughn palled with Hal Chase while a Yankee and left Gotham a year before the eminent first sacksr reaching the American assfJeia tion by way of He cacie back to swell society in the fall oC1913 the winning five out of six games before the season Jihnes Roy Walker was chased out of the American league about the same time Vaughn the big right hander having a trial under Hurry i Davs at Cleveland in Walker lasted only a brief but the Cleveland club kept a string on him and gave hjra another chance in He then won seven out of sixteen games for the but Lee Foul couldnt see him and v Walker waa sold to New the Cubs get ting title to him in the fall of Philip Brooks best known as Shuffling had the iron ball hunt on him the reason as Vaughn and Shuffling Jhil worked under Jimmy Callahan in pitched part of three games The Most Important in the upkeep of ail automobile is the tire We can often save you the price cE new tires by our expert work in AUTOMOBILE TIRE VULCANIZING We use expert modern methods that jnsure satisfac lethbridgl Tire Repair Station Proprietor OPPOSITE BANK OF MONTREAL 305 Sixth Street Phone 495 SERVICE THAT SATISFIES We Handle AH Standard Tires and Buy First Class Repaired to average around 12 or 15 the White Sox and then was The range is very short so a good separated from the Comiskey any cattle and sheep are being ship1 called Nick by ped I war correspondents jvho travel llollny returned last week j with the was with the Indians from north of Edmonton where he has briefly in 1914 and He won a just disposed of four carloads for them each lost Mvo in horses i thj tivo seasons and spent most of liiw Kliason shipped a car of hogs Umo places where he was sent to to Lethbridge last the Cleveland Tho and Gray are leaving sxUl cluh originally gt Carter for Spokane on Wednesday where I fro1 from which they will spend the I uillv the Plrtites1 and Lillie j hardhitting first udvaiued to Perkins and and Luisher and Harry Parr returned on from a ton clays fishing to the returning by way of Water ing card of any Yankee player since dry the days of and the club will Nellie Tree from rains him at the gate as well as at thej is visiting her Jones and 1 The government Is upending about I on the road between Wrentham Owing to a serious outbreak und The outfit has now corn Bill KWifer1 Farmer CiUHi Bill Klllifer worked under Jim McAluor in Ho ton i u lo Browns from Houston in Trigloan has opened and the while doing some an uptotlalc carry1 SPod smashed hid collarbone in ing a full Hue of Ford Butler doing the renair Uockenbacu reports the lumber business not too considering the measles that has broken out In the ehuiebes and picture have been closed for one month all public pro hibited monced work on the trunk have been promised I work on the Warner end of UiM ruail yet uotliiut lias bo v Central Repair Shop KINDS OF AUTO WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND Phone 1023 11th Street Bowling take your car to the Graham Motor and have the carbon burned out with This is the only sure way of removing the Manager Choose the Lubricant that Resists Heat VEEDOL If it were not for heat almost any automobile oil would Aa it is the terrific heat in the engine breaks down ordinary oil and forms Veedol is manufactured under the Faulkner new j and exclusive scientific method which gives it surprising heat and wear resisting Repeated tests show more than five times as much sediment in the average oil as in Sediment means increased wear and Use Veedol and keep down ing Baalim Motor Company tyack of Union Bank ;