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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBWDGB. DKM HERALD MONM.T, AUGUST 26, 1918 ''BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McMarius HOW DO XOO DO DO XOO Min'6' VT HCRE mi The Sport Page DEMPSHSKIIS I'ulton and His Manager Are Operating an Outfit in Wisconsin RESULTS I Boston St. E. Collins, manager) Cleveland of Fred Fulton, will do his share of essential work for Uncle Sam and will also have'his his bit. After. Fulton's defeat at the hands of Jack Dempsey the big fellow an- nounced that lie would retire from the game until after the war, having decided to "work in one ot Sir. Pill: bury's flour mills. However, Mike Col- lins Tiad a better, plan. He went to a little place in Wisconsin, named Roberts, .and bought a threshing ma- chine outfit. In days gone by, ilike iised to work on a farm and thresh- ing suit, so he decided that-in view, of the. fact that Sam is urging men to go vo the wheat fields and help harvest the he could do still better by threshing ontat and; help( the 'good cause along 1 'Prohabls IieVill get used to, hold- _, ing Ins hands up- b> the time he fiu ishea with pile Mike 'and then theifc wll be hopes ot gel ting Dempsey for another beating him.' Washington New" York St. Louis Chicago Detroit Philadelphia AMERICAN Won. Lost. Won. Lost. 70 G7 52 6S 53 55 51 55 50 4S 61 69 P.C. P.O. .a3S .563 .56: .495 .470 .466 '.-131 .ill Saturday Games. Detroit 200 S XCR- York ......002 010 11 3 Bo] and and Spencer; Fioneran anil Wallers. Second _ Detroit ...V........000 050 3 1 New 110 5 0 .Da'usE and Yelle; Mbgrifige a St.. Louis ....'.....010 WO 1 5 N'ewA'ork 4 Ueltietd.antt.Nunamaker; SERVICE STATION HENRY J. DENN Proprietor All Mike, of BalUriei Chargci) and Repaired 311 7th Street S. Phone CIS WE BOIL 'EM We ;boil your TadiatorXn' a preparation that, thoroughly cleanses it, mafetnB it easy to dis- cover, and fix leats. We are better equipped in this nay Uian the onlv boiling outfit Tn the dis Inct ANDY "The Radiator Man? Hotel (Upstairs) Palace Garage HAND CARS SALE. FOR OPEN DAY AND NIGHT W. S. Cook E .E. Peck Second Ave. Phone 665 coo 4 310 306 7 Enzmann and 0 Harper an lasei x ihicago 201 005 S H Philadelphia 003 000 S Qumn and Schalk Watson, Fear on and Mc4.roy Second game Chicago 010 000 B 'iiladelphla 000 110 S Benz and .and Pe: SUNDAY Washington 24 an )hn son ea ch h eld Chicago to fou Washington won the doiib: leader today 6 to 0 and o to Scores; Ihicago 000 000 t Washington 321 000 Russell and Scoalk; Shaw and Pi inich: Second; Game- Chicago 010 002 4 Washington 000 400 9 Shellenbach, -and- Scbalk; Johuso and Piclnich; Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY. Storage Accetunn. x PhMw 1023 ,324 1 1th; Street W. H Dowling AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Fftmotrl Haywood Sr RETRCAOtMO A REpX BT Eiperfenced Workmen AH wmk guiranleed Special Equip, meet lor Rim Cnt R. D. RITCHIE 13th St S. Off EIIIMn Mill. NATIONAL itcago ttsburg .ncinnati rooklyn oslon illsdclphla t. Louis Lost. 40 50 54 57 63 CO C3 71 P.C. .684 .5159 -.535 .509 .457 .-436 .377 Established Record lor Big Ftl- lows With His 23-Second BatUe Against Fulton Saturday Gamtc. rooklvn SI hicago .........030 140 15 1 Grimes, Smith and Wheit; Hendrii nd O'Farrell.' Second game rooklrn .........001 OJO 1 0 hicago.........'.000 000 S 1 -Cheney "and Miller; Martin and KlI fer. oslon .....'...330 000 000 10 1 incinnati .012 300 000 11 3 .000 S .000 301 4 C Adams; Cooper ant G.corge and Wilson; Ring, Mitchel nd Archer, hiiadelphia 'ittsburg Jacobs and chmidt. Second game- liladelphla .001 400 S Ditlsburg .000 001 9 4 riogg .and' Adams; Mayer 'an :mlth St Louis .New lori, rain SUNDAY GAMfS Ch'icago, Aug al Brooklyn darned header t daj, Chicago winning the first 5 to and Brooklyn ,tbe second to thu Chicago cinches, th'e National Leagu pennant. Score Ffrst Brooklyn S Ihlcago 7 Marquard and Wheat; Walker an Killlfer. Second Brooklyn S :hicagi o Smith and Alill-r, O'Farrell. v Cincinnati, Aug. i.. Cincinnati broke even in a double here today, Boston winning the first game 3 to" 7 in ten innings and Cincinnati lakjog the second 2 to 0 Score: First game- Boston 10 3 Cincinnati 11 2 Ragan, Crandall, Northrop and Wag ner; Eller, Ring and .Wingo. Second Boston 000 Cincinnati- (7 Neht and. Wilson; Wagner, and Archer. (No others Potter c.. Tuftlind !b., Thomas l.f.', Sloan c.r., Kennedy FerVo 2b., Scott p. s.s., .Moore c.t., Skinner c.t., Wobeck 2h., -Weldi p., Leadbelter HatnelJ r.f., Blossom 3h. Barons. U staging a tonMament on Labor Day., Bsrors and" Xnbletoril dravn for the moniiaB game at 10.o'clock. Carniangay and Granum are drawn for the 1.30 game, and the v.-Inners Trill 6.30. Field spjrtsltiU also be.staged. When Dempsey scored- bis 23-sec nd knockout the other "aay the porting public suffered almost as reat a shock, as Fulton. .Nobody ej- ected such a sudden ending, and many a good sport; traveled far and aid much only to miss the fight by topping to light a clsar as he settled >ack comfortably in his seatL It was the" quickest K.O. ever scored ,mong the big fellows, but not the hortest" bout'on record. "Bit" The.shortest of all knockouts was put over by Battling Nelson "on the :bin of William Rosncs, April 5, Tho battler land- ed the sleep producer Just two seconds after the bell rang. One of the most ottciulck knockouts' was that (Tine re City when DaUHawkins dropped his tamons left, on Martin Flaheriy's lower maxillary In. founsecoud? Another was the fight at Fort when Joe Cans won Uic lightweight championship froni> Frank Eriie-with a punch. McGovern's .quick .khockoill ot Pedlar the champion oi England in less thsn two mlilates'wa a fanyxu 4. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE SATURDAY Newark 4 Blngharaplon Seaqnd _ tfewark 1; Blnghampton Jersey.: City. Baltjniore 5. Second Game- Jersey Cftv 6, Baltimore 8 Hamilton Buffalo 4. Second Hamilton 1. Buffalo 3. Rochester 3. Second 2. Sncdsj- played) FINED FOR HITTINQ UMP, Btliy Weeks' an middle weight r stopped an "oppon cnl a year 'or IwpYago 'in tour sec Al Ro s i now Bombadier noss of, the arlil'erj set a goou1 enough markiwheri-he kayoe'd A Slopre of Montana' in less tusu one minnle here Savage Kayced Two Jim Savage, now instructor of.the Friars club, holds.the. unique..record of knocking out two men In the sami ring the same nlghtjwilb, one..puncl each. Jim flattened his scheduled o; ponent so quickly that pa >n another to make.the.oveningfwortl while, but.Savage dropped-him wit single wallop also, jand complete its double job in less than two'mln utes v Here are some others: Tommy knocked out '-Si! Squires. Joe Walcolt knocked out Dan Cre were great! enjoj croyd and are assured in attempted, ed bi (he .he future aa-'arradded attraction. wound up with and1 supper In the Bule a dance hall A large crowd was present, the orchestra Irst and'.an eicellerirtime was had by one all. Following1 list of some of the winners 1. Grand "opening parade. 2. Obstacle D. Caldwell Colwell; 2nd, J. Craycroft, Watertoh Part 3. Pie. eating- Black Face, Blood Q.1 Holland, Waferton Park. 4. Cowboy Cardslpn; V. Caldwell, Blooi Reserre 5 100 jard foot A Flack Raley. 6..Half mile saidle'horae Caning HIglv Blood -Reserve. 7 Catching greasy V Caid well, Cardston! na'nt and "wife, Calgary; Maclepd; :insp. Came fo the Front in (he Last Innings Toirnanitnt in barons Labor Day (Special In Barons, Aus. sr.ii Barons ball losaers a week-end clash wbfch provided fun" for the tllude and ended crew by a i.MO It a hot contest, with Lelhbridje sbowlnj the way until tbe wheri .the brews rang the bell- for flye. This made the score 8-6. which ft stood when Letbbrldge went In for half.. It was the lucky ninth for them, six runs counting, swftftfns and terrHc. three base swtt by Potter, which ckarei the loaded bage ThU put 12 to 8 dirori carrw buck'irlth i, but it wasn't enongb. The line-up; il'laon 9.9., Evana it, VARDON BOOSTS They Exhibit Marc Natural Golf- inj Ability .Thin Men, v Vardon probably the great etc golfer In Britain S htilory; says' when playing, among themselves, exhibit gretUr natural golfitis.abllUy ttisili- raeo. But, for rHioo, worteo'do not play thtir btsl games -nhin they'are aired with miscullnct. 'The'sklll that irom.cn display' on the. putting green when tbey are pit- of own women and Igalntt Is hncanny I ve make puts that more And they have true iolf Ing lernperamcht In crHlcd moments of play man is likely (o 'track' un- der the strain BK, oddly enough, tfcr; greater lentton the in DM gaiay When your Auto Cylinders and Pistons become Coated with Carbon take your.car to the Graham Motor Co., and have the cartdh burned out with acetyline. This is the only sure Way of removing the carbon. f j s _ E. JUHSWOKTH, I are due to A.' W. H. Patrick, of Oil Oils', H. Kenly of Wat- erlou Park, and L. TilHng'ot Cardstbh. who bad charge of the events of the da. Owing to Ihe dismal, cloudy Tveather tho attendance at the park has'1 fall en oft during the past .two but with the Improvement in the'weather, many .more visitors are coming in, The reason Is not yet over and with favorable weather conditions It. Is hoped, that the -public will ;afce ad- vantage'o( spending a most enjuyaoie al.oh at lhe_lakes -yet, .this sum- mer as'lhe season does til the latter part of Tlio fishing, in'fact, is ranch better now at any other time, both in the lakes The hotels and rep taurants will be open until dances held at the pavilion; sc'don't lot a tow "days'1 bad weather sou from stand- ing a real al Sriuthern IrerlaV foremost resort. The guests registered at the ertoB Lakes Hotel lo dale tills week Include: Sergt. A- C.: Henderson, Jilts.Stevenson, Tilburu, J. Ten- Dr S M Macleod; J. Calgary A. "E! Prykes. anu wife, Kallspel; Mont; J. W. Hnj-n-ard and wife, Kal- ispel, Mont; A.-J. Olialko, Columbia Falls, Slont.; .Mrs. and JIls.i Faull, Oakland, Cal.; J. p. Leth- brldgej "Jlr. and Sirs'. W. H.-Hull; Cal- gary; It: A. SlcKlllop anil family, Lethbridge; Mrs. and Miss Himiltou, Lothbriage; Mrs. R. S. Seattle, Bow Island; Miss B. C. B. Crasg and wife, Lethbrldie; nev. G. Bland, Many.eipreeslons are all sides regarding the natural beauties and scenic features of IMf park- and all aro pleased vhh tlielr Thel919 Chevrolet has Arrived SEE IT IN OUR SHOW ROOMS s >j> MANY NEW FEATURES Baalim Motor Company