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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta me urtMiwDOE AUGUST jflMS UP FATHER The Sport e Fulton and His Manager Are Operating an Outfit in Wisconsin BASEBALL RESULTS manager j of Fred will do his share of essential work for Uncle Sam and will also have his his Atter Fultons defeat at the hands of Jack Dempsey the big fellow an nounced that he would retire from the game until after the having decided to work in one of Pills Imrys flour Mike Col lins had a better He went to a little place in named and bought a threshing ma chine In days gone Mike to work on a farm and thresh ing was his long so he decided that in view of the fact that Uncle Sam is urging men to go vo the wheat fields and help harvest the grain he could do still better by buying a threshing outfit the good cause he will get to hold ing his hands up by the time lie fin ishes with the straw there will be hopes ot get ting Dempsey for another mated and beating hint AMERICAN Boston 70 47 Cleveland 07 52 68 53 New 55 56 Louis 54 61 Chicago 55 63 Detroit 50 66 48 69 SERVICE STATION HENRYTDENN Proprietor All of Batteries Charged 311 7th Street Phone 616 Saturday Detroit 200 8 1 New York 010 11 1 Boland and Spencer Love and Second Detroit 000 3 1 New 110 5 0 Dauss and Yeile Mogridge and Louis 000 5 0 New York 000 4 1 Leitield Nunamaker Ruth and Cleveland 000 4 3 Washington 010 300 7 1 Enzmann and ONeill Harper and Chicago 005 14 0 000 8 4 Quinn and Schalk son and Second Chicago 000 8 1 Philadelphia 110 8 3 Benz and Jacobs Perry and Per SUNDAY and each held Chicago to four hits and Washington won the double header today 6 to 0 and 5 to Scores 000 4 2 Washington 321 000 9 0 Russell and Schalk Shaw and Pic Second 4 3 Washington 400 9 3 Shellenbach and Schalk Johnson and WE BOIL EM We boil your radiator in a preparation that thoroughly cleanses making it easy to dis cover and fix We are better equipped in this way than the only boiling outfit in the dis ANDY The Radiator Man HearDallaa Hotel Upstairs Palace Garage SECOND HAND CARS FOR OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 3M Second Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OP AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND Phone 1023 324 11th Street Oowlinfl AUTO TIRES OP ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Hajrwood System RETREADING A REPAIRING By Experienced All work Special Equip ment or Him Cnt RITCHIE 206 13th Ellison NATIONAL 79 40 New 65 50 Pittsburg 63 54 Cincinnati 59 57 Brooklyn 53 63 Boston 51 66 Philadelphia 48 63 Louis 43 71 Saturday Brooklyn 100 8 1 Chicago 140 15 1 Smtth and Wheat Hendrix and Second Brooklyn 000 4 0 Chicago 000 8 1 Cheney and Miller Martin and Kil Boston 000 000 10 1 Cincinnati 300 000 11 3 George and Wilson Mitchell and Philadelphia 020 6 0 Pittsburg 301 6 2 Jacobs and Adams Cooper and Second Philadelphia 400 8 1 Pittsburg 001 9 4 Hogg Adams Mayer and LouisNew SUNDAY GAMES and Brooklyn divided double header to Chicago winning the first 5 to S and Brooklyn the second 2 to thus Chicago cinches the National League Score First Brooklyn 8 7 2 Marquard and Wheat Walker and Second Brooklyn Smith and Miller Tyler v 8 0 5 0 and and Cincinnati broke even in a double header here Boston winning the first game 8 to 7 in ten innings and Cincinnati taking the second 2 to Score First 3 Cincinnati 11 2 Northrop and Wag ner Ring and Second Boston 7 Nehf and Wilson Ring i and j Billy Papke No others own is MARK FOR HEAVIES Established Record for Big Fel lows With His 23Second Battle Against Fulton When Dempsey scored his 23sec ond knockout the other Hay the sporting public suffered almost as great a shock as Nobody ex pected such a sudden and many a good sport traveled far and paid much only to miss the flght by stopping to light a cigar as he settled back comfortably in his It was the quickest ever scored among the big but not the shortest bout on Bat Holdtx The shortest of all knockouts was put over by Battling Nelson on the chin of William April at The battler land ed the sleep producer just two seconds after the bell One of the most sensational of quick knockoutswas that time in carson City when Dal dropped his famous left on Martin Flahertys lower maxillary in Another was the fight at Fort when Joe Cans won die lightweight championship from Frank Erne with a Terry McGoverns quick knockout ot Pedlar the champidp of England in less than two minutes was a famous Bilfy WeeksV lhif Canadian middle weight stopped an oppon cnt a year or two ago in four sec Voting Al now Bombadier Boss ot the set a good enough mark when he kayoed Al Moore of Montana in leas than one minute Savage Kayeed Two Jim now instructor ot the Friars holds the unique record of knocking out two men in the same ring the same night with one punch Jim flattened his scheduled op ponent so quickly that Bill Brown put on another to make the but Savage dropped him with a single wallop and completed his double job in less than two min Here are some others Tommy Burns knocked out Bill Potter Tuftland thomai Sloan Kennedy tferko Scott Moore Skinner Wobeck Welch Lead better Hatfletd Blossom Culpas Barons is staging a toufaament on Labor Barons and Nobleford are drawn for the morning game at 10 Carmangay and Granutn are drawn for the and the winners will play at Field spirts will also be Joe Walcott knocked out Dan Cree George out Harry Buddy Hyan knocked out Honey We have a few Odd of Casings wih to clear out before our fall stock arrives While they we will sell as Hated below Traction eaeh 1 Special 30x3 2 each 1 Traction 32x4 each 4 Traction each 2 Rlain each f 32x4 eaeh BUOU MOTOR HOUSE OF SERVICE INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE SATURDAY Newark 4 Binghampton Seaond Newark Binghampton Jersey City 2 Baltimore Second Jersey City 6 Baltimore Hamilton 5 Buffalo Second Hamilton Buffalo Rochester 0 Toronto Second Rochester 0 Toronto No Sunday games FINED FOR HITTING Southern League Player Makes Ex pensive The experience of Pitcher Clarence Smith of the Pacific Coast league was brief and disastrous and he probably wishes he never had gone back to that When tie Southern league Smith who with the San was signed by Salt He pitched sev eral games with Indifferent In the game of July days before the season Smith got into an argument with Umpire Ralph Frary over the trivial matter of what ball should be in Frary insisted that Smith should use pne Smith insisted on using Frary or dered the pitcher off the where upon Smith threw the ball at hitting him in the face and breaking s When it came to settling up at the close ot the season Smith found that he was out 1250 as a fine for his besides standing Smith made public apology for hisv act through tlie newspapers aiid asked that the fine be If not he may take his case before the national commission a yjis that he jrju islinieut InniciM knocked out Hugo Kid Carter knocked out Joe Choyn Stanley Ketchell knocked Twin Fitzsimmons knocked out Petei Georges Carpentier knocked out Bombardier Brown knocked out Tommy Eddie McGoorty knocked out Dave Jack McCormick knocked out Kid Kid Lewis knocked out Jimmy Decapitated Season Bitter Pill For Teams in Second Place To Swallow Hugh discussing worlds series prospects the other before tha decision to hold the series was de said We are going to have a worlds ser ies unless the government forbids or the ball players of the two which win the get scared and refuse to It is rather a hard position in which to place players who hava worked hard for the success of their teams and who have come through to victory if they are compelled to forego the benefits and the but the ma jority of them prefer that to being induced into the unless the government tells them its all right to go they wont The Chicago Cubs and the Boston Red Sox now look to be almost cer tain winners of the as they are in the and the schedules favor Cleveland has better than a fighting chance to drive through to especiallyIf the Red Sox are crippled by the loss of which may take place any The Red Sox have all the advantage of the and they are a great team on their home but they are short on man and even now a serious injury of the calling of qne of the men in the draft may turn the scale against If they Babe Ruth ought to be given fifty per of the teams as he has won this pennant almost alone by his and pitch My count shows nineteen games in which Ruth has turned the tide by bis own so that without even with a firstclass substitute for the team would be down in fourth orfifth Ruth undoubtedly has been the great individual star of the and he has had more individual triumphs than any one player in the history of When we come figure thedope on the worlds aeries going against one of the toughest pro positions yet Even if the government decides it is all right for tho series to be team has players subject to call to active and the calling of these men on the eve of such a series would be a terrible blow to the At the series is bound to be and it will leave a bitter recollection in the minds of the players of the teams which fin ish who will always contend hud the entire schedule been played they would have bad a Came to the Front in the Last Innings Tournament in Barons Labor Day Special to Herald and Barons ball tessera staged a weekend clash which provided fun for the mul titude and ended in favor the city crew by a 1210 It was a hot with Lethbridge showing tbe way until the 7th when the home brews rang the bell for This made tbe score at which it stood when Lethbridge went in for their It was the lucky ninth for six runs due to consistent swatting and a terrific threebase swat by cleared tbe loaded This put LethbrWge ahead 13 to Barons camebuck with but it wasnt The lineup Eyuus HARRY VARDON BOOSTS WOMEN Thty Exhibit More Natural Golf ing Ability Than probably the great eit golfer In Britains history eays when playing among exhibit greater natural golfing ability tbau for some peculiar women do not play their best games wben they are paired with The skill that women display on green when they are pit ted against opponents of their own ie Ive women make puts that were more And they have thf true golf ing In critical moments of piny a man is likely to Crack un der the nervoun oddly greater tha tension the OFSPORTSAITHE Urn Herald Waterton at this famous resort on August were a great success and each and every event keenly Although the dey was dull and cloudy a crowd of some 800 people were practically every town and In Southern Alberta being re The sports were commenced with a comic followed by foot obstacle pie eating catching the greasy cowboy saddle horse After these events the drowd gathered around the had been erected by the management for the from where they witnessed the roping and steer These without a were by far the best in this line ever before staged not only were there many more but with some 10 to 12 riders from the reserve each event was more keenly fought out by each After the riding the crowd collected along the shores of Emerald Bay to watch the boat con This was the first time in the history of tile that any races or other events of this nature had been They were greatly enjoy ed by the crowd and are assured in the future as an added The days events were wound up j witha big dance and supper in the Bide a Wee dance A large criwd was the Jazz orchestra first and an excellent time was had by one and Following is a list of some of the events and the winners Grand opening Obstacle Col well Waterton 5 Pie eating Black Blood Reserve Waterton Cowboy Cards ton Spotted Blood 100 yard foot Half mile saddle horse Calling Blood Catching greasy Cald Saddle Blood Bucking first Cardston Me Mountain Bucking second Calling Blood Reserve Spotted Blood Steer Calling Blood Reserve Wat erton Boat Holland and Waterton Canoe Wat erton and Glacier swimming Mar In this event one of the an was taken with a cramp atid had to be taken out fcf the water by one of the boats whlct accompanied the Many thanks are due to of Oil Kenly of Wat erton and Pillingtof who had charge of the events of the Owing to the cloudy weather the attendance at the park has fallen off during the past two but with the improvement in the many more visitors are coming The season Is not yet ove and with favorable weather conditions it Is hoped that the public wilt rake ad vantage of spending a most enjoyable vacation at the lakes yet this sum mer as the season does notxcloje un til the latter part of The in is much bettor now than at any other both in the lakes and The hotels and res taurants will be open until ttien nightly dances held at the dancing sc dont let a few days bad weather discourage you from spend ing a real holiday at Southern Al bertas foremost The guests registered at the Wat ertoa Lakes Hotel to date tills week Include Calgary Miss Ten nant and Calgary Macleod JIcDon Macleod Calgary Prykes and Mont Hayward and Kal Columbia and Miss Leth brldge and Cal gary McKlllop and Lethbridge and Miss Lethbridge Bow Island Miss Calgary Crasfg and Lethbridge Many expressions are hearipon all sides regarding the natural beauties and scenic features ot tlrla park and all are pleased with tlielr When your Auto Cylinders with Carbon take your car to the Graham Motor arid have the carbon burned out This is the only sure way of removing the er The 1919 Chevrolet has Arrived i SEE IT IN OUR SHOW ROOMS MANY NEW FEATURES m Motor Company of Union Bank OW HTM and Tubes in Our Red Crow Box ;