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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK SIX v .uirrtuiuiHiii L.AU.I SATUUDAy, AUGUST 21, "BRINGING UP By HERE I'LL. bHOW YOO The Dave Hume's 'breezy golf chat is missing this week. The captain of the local club has been visiting in Cal- gary, which explains it. He has re- turned, and Is'disappointed that ho had no golf on any of the Calgary courses, hut wet weather prevented it Nothing definite has yet .been de- cided by the1 local club sbout taking over tho proposed club house. It is unSerstood another meettaE .is. to be neit week to discuss the qnes Hon. The nlonthlr., button competition was to have been played off las weeV-end, was postponed owing to th'i b'ad weather and the fact that a .bam of sheep had rambled considerably over the "putting greens. .The: compe- litioa will bs played off this week. The semi-annual competition fottth Pwert Cup is due next .week end, it Is understood it will re played off on Saturday 'next or on the following Monday, Labor Day, the executive to say. This will be the third competition for this which is the oldest trophy in the club V The college football season s doe to open Saturday, September IS Although, as a rule, a majority ot he prominent teams may not meas- ure up to the standard of other years, Because of Iho absence of seasoned ilayers.who have ansVered the call .0 the colors, game will not lose any of ils attractiveness, all the abll- ly of, the players who will come out !or instruction is expected to result In increased interest. Games with elevens representing the ermy training camps and naval stations are, to feature. somO: of the schedules, and negotiations are in progres' The Carlisle Indians will be missing from the gridiron this season because the.' school property at Carlisle, Pa., has been taken over by the war de- partment and will be used for con- valescent, soldiers. This means that games scheduled will be canceled, -Although Michigan has retnmed to the western conference, tha Wolver ines will -clash with .Cornell on No- vember 16. vracuse la to play Ne- braska at Saturday Novem ber 30. University of Pennsylvania will tackle the Georgia Tech squad at allirday, November 16. A classic 'which will be eliminated RESULTS ____ Washington York Lmils AMERICAN Won. Lost. 65 C7 47 51 gt. SERVICE STATION HENRfTDENN j Proprietor All Mikes of Batterln Charged Repzjrcd 311 7th Street S. 6iS CD 54 5! 43 47 53 55 60 CO 05 GS P.O. .595 .568 .551 .474 .430 .409 New veteran observer of baseball 41! ay ers says: When Ine-De- troits were In Chicago (hero were many In the who wondered whether Ty Cobb or Eddie Collins was the more vsl.ii'abl8 player to his team. All brands conceded Cobb to bo tho more brilliant of the pair. They concededj'.too, that Colltns qtt- en did things tliat were great and pit- en spectacular, but that bis work was always over-shadowed by the wonder ful doings of Cobb. Nearly all hand that Cobb not yet attained such world-wide Came, tiut there Is'little question that within a year or two at the most tho baseball fans will be engaged In a controversy as to which ot theso two star players Is entitled to the position of tho greatest In Ihe ranks of modern baseball. "particular Collins has Cobb beaten. He is more even in Flay than his. great opponent, and no. mat ter' 'what happens, preserves his equilibrium better than the Georgia boy..No matter what error ho makes sslstance liio bip fellow would pro eecl to up (he caller and -all ithera In ''Yes, was tho cue for tbe 3Qst to get ready .to receive a bent- iig, a'ntl .wbea John L. aald "Yes, mother." lit that deep bass voice of tls. the pests braced tiiemsolvea so is to be able to recoivo tho shock 'the veteran went over tho top after them. Sheriffs, rolleclnrs And others la he Sullivan companies generally re signed at -.the end 'of the first week's Chicago Detroit Philadelphia Washington, Aug. scored six runs '.In the .eighth Inning of'today's game with .Washington and is the greatest player, but, while they j Collins never lets up in his play, and that the Georgia crackerjack an error in the field on his part Is oft has all other- players beaten, there is en followed with a corking hit Ilia a general admission that Collins joins' a game him a very close second, and in some It has often been said that in a respects even shows his superiority. I great series In which the greates With all his brilliant atlalnmenls as honors are at stake, Collins always piiist bo remembered that his be3t' a lnlils that proves him Cobb plays a 'position In the outfield, a game, nervy and most rtjjourcefu woa fotwo'. Cleveland Washington Score: vhiie Collins at second base has eas- I) three tltnes as much fielding re .and. Ayers, llattespn. arid AInsmlth. Boston, Aug. 23.-rWith two out. in tbe last halt ot tbe ninth. Slrunk on second and Ruth, on first, worked a do'uble steal and Rtrunk scored ".with the winning run 6 to 5, on Sererold's poor throw to Maisel Score player. Not Jong ago there were tvso men ponsibllit> resting upon hia s'joulders plains in the big leagues jusi as s his opponent j great rivals as are Cobb nnd Collins Collins 13 easlly'the life ot Chi now, and both invaluable In their po ago White Sox. He is scrappy and sltions aggressive m every was, and Is In One was Nap Laiole who finished game every minute'' for all that be is up his" career with the American lea- worth He Is fully the cciual oi Cobblgue at second base for Connie as an inside plaver, nnd he has as Mack's and the other Hans St. Louts Boston S 2 10! a century be Wright, Houck and Severqid; JjpHes arid Agnew. Philadelphia, Aug. de- feated ,Philadelphia today m eleven Innings, 6 Lto 5.' Score. r the Thanksgiving day between Penri and Cornell at' Philadelphia, The game will be played Saturda) November 23. WONDERFUL SWIMMING FEAT. Henry Ellonsky, of New London. Conn, chasaDioa handicap and long distance -swimmer of the (re ceritly-performed one of the most re- markable swimming stunts ever re- corded' Ellonsky had hands and feet bound.xthen a sack drawn OTer hla ,-body.': -The'sack In turn was thickly -bound rope.- He then swam .through Hell Gate, a treacherous-body of water, -which abounds -wiiii whirlpools and strong cross currents. Ellonsky Is an en .isted man In the United Stated nafy Chicago 14 0 Philadelphia 3 Danforth and' .Jacobs; Perry and-MeAvoy. (Other games not WE BOIL 'EM We-boll'your' radiator, in a preparation that thoroughly cleanses It, making It easy to dis- cover and fix leaks We are better equipped In this way'tban the only boiling outfit in the dis- trict i ANDY "The Radiator Man" Rear Kotel (Upstairs) PalaceGarage SECOND HAND CARS SALE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT W. S. Cook E ,E. Peck 308 Second Ave. 665 Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND: CAREFULLY. Storage. Accefturles. Batterlet. Phone 1023 324 11th Street S6uih, Ulhbrldae, __ W. H, Dowling NATIONAL Won. LosL engagement in their usual .two' :wecks' nolce, and oflen thd pugilist had to" bribe them as wolf as paj Iheif bill i Terry. McGovern "went- on playing Spiko until hc- ncarly dart on tbo subject, York he dtsap- Ono day In peared from 'the theatre and after long search found wandering the streets in the busiest part ot th big town' and pcdtlling newspapers with Picked up by tho poltcc and brough into a '.station Ii- found lbat.ha demented, and it took his familj some tlrao to bring, him back to hi senses j v JIal Reid; who wrote inany of (lie melodramas for the old pugHisLs, hail MACLEOD (Prom The Lieut. B. Ryan ami Uls Francis and Chris, are all well. Ed- dlo hns charge ot a motor transport; Is ilona and often under nre. Krancls has special duty searchlight Jmltorv. 'golne'' to about two months ago; and is slill at Bramsholt Camp, England. Itcv. Lowis has gouo to Edmonton this week to conduct memorial ser- ices tor Lieut. "Ray Mallett, ot tha Anny Flying 'Corps, vtis fclHel jy accident In England oa July 16lh. Winter, Ihe.accpunlant ol the Hudson's Day leoil, hns iiecri translerred to the store at Letbbridgc. We hono that Mr. Winter will return to Maclcod In the near future and tliat transfer IB only temporary Cpl. W. Homlless, In'hospital with gun shot wound in the lolt thigh. aer- rlous: This lad was well known in Macleod overseas a draft or'the lais't was on thb-'Etaff.'pf-tho Hudson's Bay Co.'liere'for many years. His wife and in Mac- leotl. wound In Wilton Diion, Ihc thigh and gunshot Private Dlxon enlisted with the'Strnlh cona Horse Itt August, 1914, nrid has much baseball jastlnct; and insight in- ,o the fine points game i 'in the voaae stealing there is little these.two great plajcrs -As a batter Coob'has far shown Ills superiority.' Collins, ifb were r. Is in the very frontf'rank, and it he Xeepa on as strong as'he has in the last years he oaght to press Cobb very strongly for tho all the way Collins has not been In the game so Ions as his great-rival; Cobb. He haa has retired from the Pittsburg club. Must'as In the case of-Cobb and'.Col- ling; theio was; class to Wagner and great'players, but nil-round men. great as great as field- ers and great as throners and run ners. As a matter ot fact, Wagner was for a long vtlme considered the ktnj Ty Cobb bt the Naliona league. Compared to other, stars ho was the baseball marvel of his day. put in as In Franca slnco Bo- Ininsiaa possible, and so Ihere were fore c'ulisting he was engaged in Ihe ways or'.: IHree villains in of at Mncleod. He is gillst plays and nearly always they a son of Jlr. and Dlson, ot d understudies' for the villains jiacleod ere beaten up so earlj and often1 Private J Shields, gunshot wound In at regular-substitutes for them were'the Ho.enlisted and. went over- absolate York seas .with tho Wth 6. M..R.'s. ;He is all _ I a son of Mr and Mrs Thos W Shlelii, 'of Ardenville. His brother was-killed government lias declared In France n short ubile ago iseball noncssential the fans have Pmnte Alpine Grant, seriously 111, ome to IKe same conclusion, saysian, gunshot fiound in the abrtomco asteni report. Wherever'a team Is1 Pnvat6 -Grant ealliied with !he 13th the pennant hunt, their at M. K s Mr endance figures have dropped amar-ifrant. a .wpll known Bld timer m Mac "Jl'w" Ctarfe ol magnates The Cubs are still sup ,lent orted in the Natioml league and fair Volore ]ie engaged on Chicago Pittsburg Cincinnati Brooklyn Philadelphia Boston........ St Louis' Cincinnati, Aug. made a clean'sweep of tlielr finalEer- ies with Philadelphia by winning the last game by S to Z Score- Philadelphia-.. 12 2 Cincinnati Jacobs .and Adams; JLuque and Wingo. Chicago, Aug. weakened In the ninth Inning today and Chicago (nosed out New York 3 to 2. Score: Xew York 31 Chicago S 1 Causey and Rarlden; Douglas, Afar tin and O'Farrell AUTO TIRES SIZES VULCANIZED Haywopd System RE-TREAOINQ 4 .REPAIRING: By Eiperlenced Workmen. All work awirinteed. Special Equip- nest for Rim Cut Reraln. R.D. RITCHIE 2M 13th St. 9. Opp. Elllion Mill. Pltlsburg, Aug. Boston Braves made their lasfappearance o Ihe season here today, defeating Pills burg 5 to Q, Score: Boston 6 Pittsburg.. .-.-i. 3 4 Northrop and Wagner; Hill an Schmidt: St Louis-Brooklyn, game played yes terday. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Rochester 1, a, 4; Toronto S, 10, 2. for the villain and the curtain wou! fall amid tremendous applause. Jim'did not stay on thelrpad Ion his play, although he made goo money: out ot It.. He early, an when he quit he told his friends th he hated tbe slago-' and. cverythin connected, with 'it. Apart from el have been worse acto than Jeff. Sullivan's "Mother and Me." L. Sullivan used to buy eve play that was offered him. One di malic writer in New, by'Just writing .plays I the Boston pugilist, not one ot whl was'ever produced. All the big fellow ever asked the. pi ay-'writers was that they put MAJORS WILL INVADE CUBA. 7our Teams to to Itland Republic, are alreay un- iler.way (or an Invasion of Cuba this fall by a.'number of major league baseball ovtr iho draft age The number of playeM to visit tho .sland depends entirely- upon the speed ,wllh Cnba rlraffs Its new array If tb6'Cuban baseball plajers are taken Into tho a large squad 6t Americana, perhaps large enough'for four make the trip. Otherwise, pnjy enough players to form brie' strong club (o ,play against Iho Islanders will go. Frank Bancroft, manager of. Ihe Cincinnati Nationala, probably will have charge of tbe czpcdltlon If he docs not organize an all-star, team to tour this country. of Davy Crockett, made famous Frank The latest celebrity to lake up golf Is Mary acted 3rm slar. by 'zed crowds turn out in )Vashington, u( the only places'where really large' are found are in Cleveland and Boston Duke P.'Kahanamoku of Honolulu, actually a.Vduke as a surprising lumber of persons seem to believo.'IIe las no ducal never posed n a name Duke was landed to htm b> some one- in Hawaii nho wished to long and cumbersdmo' name the Q. P. H. at llacleod. Alt. Lewis, gunshot, wound In tho right leg. Tbis.'man is a son. of Mr. and Mrs. P. Lewis, of Macleod.v.JMa only a few days ago tho Mllilnrj- Medal for brivery: Be- fore enlisting he was', engaged at Ihe Empire hotel as cleric -He-went wllh a draft of the 191st Battalion. Private Marwell Harwood, reported gunshot wound In.face; llsting" wllh'tbb Harwood'worked on a farm. af good part for "Inolher and me In'hls'plays the mother was always the Icadjng lady John was, strong for. mothers and he would hot foucii a play unless the mothef 'was "it." The niolher was always being sur- prised by the tax collector, the gas man, the butcher, the -grocer, the sheriff or aomd post, and when When the curtain went tip on the mother would call on John L for your Anto Cylinders and Pistons become Coated Carbon take your car to the Graham Motor Co., and have the carbon burned oul with acetyline. This is the only sure wajM.'ririmoving the carbon. Ej.AWSWORTH, n Tiie Host Inptant Item in the upkMp o( an automobile Is tie tire bill. Wo can olten save'.you tho price ot new tires Sy our expert work In AUTOMOBILE, TIRE VULCANIZING Wo :use. expert'; modern insure tatlsjac- tlon. s....., Lethbridge Tire Repair Station F. B McKlfinon, Proprietor OPPOSITE BANK OF MONTREAL" 305 Sixth Strctt Lethorldge, Alta. Phone 495 "SERVICE THAT SATISFIES" We Handle AD Standard Tires and Tabu. Ray First Class Repaired Tires, up. The 1919 Chevrolet has Arrived SEE IT IN OUR SHOW ROOMS MANY NEW FEATURES Baalim Motor Company Back of Union Bank Throw YMT Old Tires and Tabes in Oar Red Crow ;