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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PfVGESnt THE LETHBR1DGE DULY'HERALD AUGUST "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McMariiis DID TVIE o MINUTED ACQ- UQHT-HOUbE OOJ. THERE- WELL AfcOLjr -J MILE FATHER'OUT __i The Sport Page Experimental Farm-Trying Ex- periment tojStock Country With Game Birds SupL the Experi mental Farni; has informed The farm (las within recent: weeks' turned loose about a dozen pheasants This Is the first attempt .to'stock the country with game of this .kind and it will be Interestingr to see how the experiment win work out. Mr. Fairfield points out that this is a closed'season on pheasants and it Ts hunters will ob- serve- It Given .half a chance pheasants rapidly, 2nd In a provide excellent sporty here has been dene In parts of Washington, notably around. Spokane. Matty to Enlist at End of the Season New York, Aug. Math- ewson, former pitching star of the New york Giants, an4: present man- ager ot the Cincinnati Reds, is to go abroad at the conclusion of the Nat- ona! League race as a member oE a Chemical Warfare Service unit that will do" :lin'e' work Francs. Major charge this RESULTS MOOSE? JAW. WON. Moose 22 the first ol the two' home-ana homfc game ser to decide the right to represen Saskatchewan should Winnipeg stage an'icter-proTindal baseball toorna roenf [Moose Jaw defeated Hegina Garry's 6 to 1, before a crowd of yesterday afternoon, Volda's pitching was the bar ing 13 strifce outs A return game will be.played in Regtua SERVICE STATION HENRYTDENN Proprietor. AH of 'BatttrlM-Charged and Repaired S11 7th Phone C16 Boston Cleveland Washington Yorl St. Louis Chicago Detroit Philadelphia AMERICAN Won Lost 63 ll'! 65 54 54 53" 49 47 47 '60 6" 07 P.C. .556 4 LOOKS BRIGHT FOR THE WORLD'S SERIES N'ew York, Aug. York again defeated Detroit htre today, the score being 5 to 3. Score Detroit........ 1 2 New 6 1 Cunningham and' Spencsr; Love and Hannah. Philadelphia. Aug. phia defeated Chicago today 3 to 2 Lhrottgh the pitching of Adams. Score 6- 1 Philadelphia S 3 J3enz and Schalk; Adams and'.Mt: Avnr, Washin ton, Aug. ?2 ru ns off the deliveries ot Bagby and -Mc- Quillan in tbc'flfst-liming gate Sion a u easy, vi c (dry ;o ver, Cl eveland outfit -which'iras originally known as the .Gas: Defence Service, refused yes- terday to'confirm the renorL It is un- that AfatheVson is making .application papers and ex- pecta Id as Boon' as he is re- lieve.d.of.hls managerial duties In Cin clnnati. HUTCHINSON PLAYS FINE GOLF Negotiates 6178-yard Course In 64, 10 'Under Par. Hutchmson, golf professional at.Glenvlew Country club In a match with a club member, play ed the yarns in 64 10 strokes bnder.par, His first nine holes were played In 30, eight under par This; w'asVsaid by professionals Unlay b have-been.Uio greatest goli ever shown in Ibis country .ANDY REPAIRS RADIATORS ALL WORK GUARANTEED. REAR DALLAS HOTEL (Upctafn) PalaceGarage SECOND HAND CARS SALE FOR OPEN DAY AND NICHT W. S. Cook 308 Second Av E.E.Peck ;ew York 'itUburg t linclnnatl trooklyn 'hlladelphla loston it, Louis Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HAtoDLEDiPROrtPTLY AND CAREFULLY. Batterlei. 'Phone 1023 124 11th Street South, Lethbridgs, Aita. V W. H Dowllng TIRES OF ALL 8IZE8 VULCANIZED By the Firnmn Hiywond System RE-TREAD1NO REPAIRIN6 By Workmen. All work miranteod Special Kqalo- tor Rbn Cat Kepaln N R. D. RITCHIE' pn Will Be Played Under Unusual Conditions and This Season Football, while bo retailed by a majority of coHeges oi'Hha country-Ibis autumn, will be singed under condiUbns aQ'd b and t caps would be considered'unusual in nor- mal'periods.-In several sections >arl ous -iBtercoUiegiaie; sport associations have planned tb reiclntl the which has heretofore barred frcshibe'n playsrs frpin the; varsity elevens and the first vlll be eligible to "make" the "-big. -team "providing they hare the ability to win positions over their senior _classniates. Coaches are also gong to be scarcer than In pre-war times.yandj a school and-college team wilPmfss Ha regu ar mentor the Ome to IOD playing uniforms. Freshman Rule Not Necessary, The ban against he- use of freshmen on the varsity cams'has beeiij decided to be neces ary In a number ;of tho instituUons owing to theigrently depleted ranks of the upper classes. The conditions which made thfs-rule essential to.the -high standard- of .be 'sport prevail and are not ;lifcety idTireturn for some years after So far as the physical efforts oC. a freshman playing on'the rarsity eleven is concerned, H :s Washington, Aug. asited to-day whether the "ivbrk or fight" order would iii- terfero with tho world-baseball series this year, Secretary of War Uaker said that the ques- tion bad not come before him, but Indicated his strong opinion that the series would be, and should'bo played since only two t6ams would tafce part, the sec- raiary thought the number of 'men affected by the "work- or fight" order would be Vary smaB, and moreover, he added, in Franco arc In- Densely interested in the re- sult. ieveland asbiagtoa Bagby, McQuillan naw and Casey. Score: S flO and'' O'Neilli Boston, Double by Hen rix with one man on 'was enough for Bostoa-today: one nothiDg. L Louis os ton Score OC-rl Dafenport and Bush ant gaew, Scbang NATIONAL Won Lo t Former Bantamweight Champ- ion to Accept Big Salary From the U. S. Baltimore, a salar> of ?1 a year, Kid rns, former worlds 62 rt 52 4S -IS 43 71 PC .544 .504 .458 .377 Cincinnati, Aug.. long hit- Ing of the local team featured a poor ganje in which Cincinnati "won from 'hiladelphfa today 9 to Score 'hlladelphla 030 000 0 9 Cfncinnatl 213 H 4 Fortune and Adame; Schneider and iVingo. Plttsburg, Aug. wont down to deleal before PJUsburs here ioday, the score being 3 to 6 Score Boston PilUburg .000 8 3 .100 00.0 C 0 [bought (hat with shorter and greater- attention .paid to .proper Lrainiag personal danger of Injuries i reduced to a minimum. Fur- thermore only those IreshThen espe- cially adapted phjsically and in foot ball knowledge are toe con- sidered, leaving the'jniajority of the first year-material to" the formation of the .usual freshniati; teams ThV problem of securing efficient coaches and 13 a far more serious one. The demand for pmen for the service and those al Ited branches, such the Y.M.G.A., K- of- and similar divisions of war has made inroads upon the'available forces-frpm-whlih these necessary adjuncts tOjfootball are re cruilled. Scores of prominent 'toadies and "trainers are alreaflf" oversea: wearing United or of the organUatfons maintaining rest and assistance 'a tat ion a behlni the firing lines Reports "from schools and colleges In all the coun try are to Ihe effect i that positions onenrto trainers'aniKcoaches remain vacant despite to secure 'ormer athletes and players (o serve i these capacities. Sport Bs Inferior, _ H appears reasonably certain that In view ot Uiese .existing 'condition's the'gcneral averags of fpolhair-play this season will noi equal tbit of more favorable years, although there Recently Chicago won tbe longest game 6( the season.from Philadelphia by the score of 2 to 1 in the twenty- first inning. It was a.thrilling between Tyler of Iho Cubs and Watson of the PhHUea, and came within one Inning of the record performance in tho National League LVst' year UrooWyn beat PIttsburg to 5 in a game that lasted iwenlj two inninga The next day Chicago lost lt> BTOoKlyn nftpr sixteen innings Two ganies, thirt> seven Innings All extra inning struggles arc thrill the .fans in suapenae until the end matter the hour. Strangely, as a member; of the in this game was Jack bantamweight champion, Is now work- Ing for the United States government No, it isn't that US Q Tiger's services aro He flatly refused to accept "-for the same job, which Is a spirit of patriotism unequal- id by any prominent ring star. Wil- liams received offical notification last week that he hod- been appointed boi- Ing instructor at Camp Hoiabird, a po- sition he has been flllmg for months The bj the crnrneut was brought about through an effort of a newspaper man in this city, to Injure Williams by requesting Ihose in charge of the'jenforcement ol the work-or-flght law 'to investigate his case. scribe "had Tiger -was attempting to beat ic spirit of the law bj serving as n al esm an in a hat at ore Williams' up and asked ,t what csseiitiaVj occupation he was erving.- Ho franjkly fctated that lib work in 'the .store -was merely -done Coat out n frrend hg his 'spare; moments. -His essential he 'declared; was at Camp Hola TOM LONGBOAT AMBITIOUS. Tom Longboat, tho famous Cana- dian longdistance runner, now tjciv [ng abroad, tlio dominion lias ambitious plans for tit3 future. He is at present to a construc- tion battalion located In France, nml is (leveling such spare time as falls to his lot to the study of ctvjt'en- gineering. In order to further this plan Longboat recently :wrote 16 :he city authorities of Toronto requesting that tho awarded to htm at tho timo he 'won tlie Boston Marathon race be forwarded to France In order that he might expend monty'in a corresnpndenco course'and im- prove his chances .of promotion In Iho battalion. nrrl, where dalij iougbboys ;thi Coombs, who aa a member of letlcs. in 1906, pitched and won the longest" played in the big leagues, 'when the Athletics beat 'the Red Box 4 to 1 alter twenty-four in- nings. "Hits' game las.ted'fdiir hours forty-seven minutes Another member of the ,-Brooklyn (earn was -Rube Slarquard, who was the winning pitcher the year before aa a member of the (Hants' wtjen thai team beat Pittsburgh' in twenty Rudolph and AVagner; .Sandara and Schmidt. St. Ixmls. Aug._ pass with the basea filled ninth inning forced Brooks across-tho plate with the run that gave SL Louis-a 3 to 4 victory over Brooklyn in the' Ural game of todays double header SL Louis outhit Brooklyn In'' the second game, hut the visitors pr'otiteil errors anil-won 5 to 2. Score: by Brooklyn St Ixrals .200 ooi 3 9 o 120 COD 10 2 second Inning. Thus Marcinard" holds the, unique, distinction of winning two of-the longest games ever twenty-two inning game and a twenty IB, inn leg battle However, neither of the above tioncd games is the record. The long est game played was one of thirty in nlngs between Brooklyn A, C, and thi are Itkely to be exceptions to tbla rule. .NevertheSesa, football 'is ,cer- tain to.be played at more than 60 per cent'of the colleges and schools which have'isupported teams In past >ears add the number of elevens will be greatly augmented b> hundreds ot cantonment and group, com- tinationa. Ot Sjiorla foolInU ftp- proaches nearer to actnalcombat arid >lie iteaehea rudiments, of .the manly art ot defense, which has icen decfSMd by rntlltarv eiperts essential -in bayonet i; fighting. .Bui he Ud 'said hisT appointment wasn't offcial The cartp commandant VMS called 'In.'- He! promptly' declared that In the extreme and'slated'that the kid bad never been': appointed officially be- cause ho refused to accept any mqne ary consideration his efforts BDC] the government requires that nil (la employes must be paid To straighten out the, matter, Williams' official ap polntment was at-Ked for and receiv ed. Ho.refused tliei.llSOO a year for the prjncel) sum of WHY BOSTON SOX SHOULD t Dangerous on'-'.Attack Than 'Cleveland Rivals. East End Stars of Cleveland July 4 out-as 1907 The game was won by Brooklyn Red SM should win The 4 to 1, lallerles, Peitz and La And Baiter ani) Smith'for itie Cleve land club Beginning 24, the White Soi and three successive es.ira inning games, totalling forty Chicago. Washington 5, thirteen fhnlnxs! Wash- ington 7, Chicago 4, fourteen Innings, and Washington 2, Chicago 1, thlr; teen Innings Washington continued w'orbing overtime. against Louis and New York, and totalled 102 In nlngs.ln nine successive Barnes The American league staged eighty cifra Inning games In record Boston, Cleveland Tn dians are .close.''enough to iho lied Sox to like the lead, w'Uiin a fei days, but-as the race.shapes up Ihi Red So: .wo, pitcher wlio will do.as-well as Covaleskie an Dagby, the Cleveland stars, and Sam Jones should vein as many games a Morton Babe Ruth in th game ghes the" Red a tremendon as he Is a much hardc hitter llian Cleveland's star, Tri Speaker The Indjans are faster o the but are not so dangerou on the atlackT and, with Hooper goln at till tho Boston ou field appears a more formidable aggregation thtn'ra Cleveland's with Speaker as the warfare than any other gatte played and s'uppo'led by It U not extraordinary, therefore, ibat the} According to J CArgon, military We have a few Ocld Lines of Casings Which we to clear cut before our (all stock arrhes While tity Iwl, ft sell as Haled belowi 2 Tread, -ach 1 Oflljr, Dun lop, Tread, 2300 r 1 IXinlop, Tread, 32x4........ each 4420 4 enly, Dur.loji, Tread, S3x4 eaeh flmtent, Hun TreaJ, 32x4 each "MOO only, rtretions, S2x4 3JOO' WJOU MOTOR PAftLpRS, LTD, "THt HOUSE OF SEkviOfe? Marijuard and Wheat; StiEricll and Brock. Secrtnd Brooklyn 100 6 0 81. Loula ........020 000 10 3 Smith and Meadows and Brock. Chicago, AIIB. double br-Mc- Carly, pinch hlller, broke up an ex- tra inning gairte loilay and enabled Now York to defeat Chicago 4 (o'a. Score: Nevr York 000 100 9 1 Chicago 100 6 3 Toney and Vaughn and OTerrell INTERNATIONAL' T.EAGUE nocbesler 4, 8, I; Toronto e, 3, 2 First Clfy 14, 1, Baltimore 3, Second CHy 3, 9, 0, Baltimore.9, 16, 0. Hamilton i, 5, 2; Buffalo ,5, 8, 1. l.leul O ii arDBtfis, ot Victoria oni of tbe (cw orlgfiial rhemb.ers of the 2nd CMR, who1had: escaucd be a casually up Id the tlmo of tho latest has been killed In action'He catte from Win nlpei' to cnllaf In the SOlli B 0 horse, which nas absorbed by [lie 2nd C.M.Ii. and hai been it the front for thraA yearA. game: should continue J.o nourish at such a time as Ibis, 1'resMent Wilson, In'a tetter'to Dr. Franklin Martin, chairman of, the commttteft on medicine ftni ol the council of national signified of the council's plan to enroll Iho entire medical, profession In corps for nat lonal service. registrar under Iho Military Servl.co Act, more than tripn In Jhe 19 car old class have registered through out tho Dominion during tho past year; The figures lor' Alberta aro be ing an average ol about 60 R vfiek. There hare been 126 folu'nlary en- IlslrnehU, 19 being 'under 13 to other military districts; and 68 twite. men, en your Auto Cylinders Pistons become Coated with Carbon take your car to the Graham Motor Co., and have ihe carbon burned out with acetyline, This is the only sure way of removing the carbon. f Choose the Lubricant that Resists Heat If it were -Mt for tieat 'almost any automobile oil would do. As it terrific heat in trie engine down ordinary oil and forms sediment. Vttdol is manufactured under the Faulkner Process, MWI and Delusive scientific method which gives it surprising and wear resisting properties. Repeated tests show more than five times us much sediment m the average oil as in Veedol. Sediment means increased friction, weftf and expense. UteVecdol and keep down mj FOB MU Baalim Motor Company Back of Usicn Bank ;